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I aTEE FROM_OALjFORNIA.
IRRIVAL OF THE UVKRLAND MAIL.
vvb I -The Overland California
<i Lot-"*- '™
nail nM * r '«Tlton s Ijttbam era* elected U.
''' ,erfl ".hv h. o»in^" ,! > Lnßeahatßaa on
- Sen* 1 ' 1 / ay ' haOog received 97 ont of IB
*• ""ivh-'ii hi* name wa* first introduced in
n** .? 100k Weller* adhereou by »nr
• '""'T, «v aettß unexpected by thepub-
M . and i * a tlrtbulHl to the determt
, to rid it**lf of clique*
•■ "*k have hitherto governed, to a great •«
-«h" - Jl oolitic ot the State.
""■ K rl\ Downev now become* Hover
''" l i will b« inaugurated on the nth.—
**** „,, l.lllitnl of the Senate protein.,
Mr a"" 1 "' ' , ooverwor. It ia thought that
"*"*Viewill aaeseaaji durlu*; ibe winter tn
' y ''Vs,i„ii«r(lwin. ~ ,
' ■"''" .tannier Northerner, bound for I'ort-
Th 'r,>r, wa*wr*ihndoatae cthof J.in
tasd, t're*' .. y,, nt j^ rrll , o- Eleven passen
• ,: - "titwenty.tero Ol '.he are* were loat
f" *' j., a to-.il loss, but the mails ami
. , BBS ■ *• ,
• , ~ ■sceeaven.
" raaooara artaantwa ■
t_ii-V*d -bat J ndnja Baldwin will be
, t&KW-* »*-**»*•' Mr ° w '" in
* ! * T'i'a'-'harn seal a -p^'* l me-.«ag* to
l *£XrnU3enate, relating to the proposal
'•'' ' '•'• iiirri. coontle* to -..-Tara'.* lrom the
iolß n organising a new Teiritor.a
>n ;-..'. ThetSeeVraareajaa two-thml
r "■"';, ;... S rv to prt*.*. the net authorizing
\ " iLrat-en. *nd bo turth.-r notion I* neees*
; " ' :;. oari .1 ihe State to consummate
' v ' ,mm The Mthorlaatloa <>f Oangree*',
! i be suggest*, w .il ta* o*os*sery. He
'\ .;,'; thai theagaj*aa^seat*BßnaAa*ttni
t , s, . ,-cd tosepefatiea, and h-oiiMders
> ' ' i ui>ngre*s sfconld deehts weather
j ' ~ tbe, n -onto of the pr.»po**ed Ter
v ~. be accepted as conclusive.
.."•-. m Mea-tedno comity repor 1a
.,. In thai region. Dwetlinga nave
••„..,' killed. The
. . willtteadaßßfeatoJ ruessaKe » lm *
-a OB 'he BtthjeCt. _
r Edward <? Fii/gernld...the Wrsl
, ','..., mm of the late Parser rtras-nraM,
;' s \ at Norfolk. Va.) died ai LobA ng* to*
~. | li ult.- , Annul, r.ce.l .several day I ago
■ ■'. ■:- )
proceed hif* ni I ongress.
W isataaroa, F.*t, I - Wkmat**-, Mr. Wigfali.
f Teaaa latlvdocei the Paciac Railway and
T "l'ue r b, , ;!'t I .''V.',crease tW pay of aßeaW of the |
N .vv waa aaade the Bpaahtlordaf tor Maadaj
"S, Oaaailtr, of Michigan, .i.-fendedlthe|
h,i f..r '.be loiproventsßl of ;n» B *^* B ~*
Sis toteli vetand by th* Pre*id*ot. He was
replied to by Be..f*. Tomb., «iglnll and
Cm- *rith meeh enrneeine**. •«___
The Postal Oefl 3 hUI whs received from
~,i Bono* nnd reJerreA It v.ill arebahlj j
i '"T«'.-' !n 'l'iVe I*.atal Deti. lency bill wtv*- hv
ken on. dlscoseed and naaaed.
(teorge Barstoo, of Near Hampshire, the I
~, neoof 'lie Mack Republicans,ems elect.
rd Doorkeeper,nnd J. If. Lucas, ol Illinois,
rh* Ron** Bdjonmed to Thursday, when
jm itnnding eonnalttes* will he ar.noiiriced.
Vlnriiie I iitel ligrm r %ii»sl.
m itroi.K. Eeb. ti-Schr. Emma C. Walsh,
f Dsal'i Istand, baa been seised for violation
of .ne inspecUoa law. ■
S ur Martha Moore, from Richinoiid. bOßttd
•j Eubile, wild inachii.erv, wiw run into by
X, tiiaawr Thee. B*auey nad eoastdefahtv
I rk Parthian and brig North Point left
Id December, for New York,with coflee:
.. bark Ocean Bird, with coffee, forCimrles
, i Wra. H Newmno, lor lialtmiore.
■ '~'(- s steamer Ben liner arrived In
Hampton Road* oa Snanrday, tVont the Pa
ri. 'Vi is not" at the an*?botage. « ,,r
, ~. Rev. CJhas. A. Davl*» leturned la her.
A ' r ,..,,, r r is current here that CoiunioiKre
BeU. th* present comntandantof ihaQoaaori
I* tone tueceedad by (Join. T. A.
The boilers belli for the new steamer Etnt
. , ; have been pel aboard tt.t- nhlp.
KdwsrdJ Omrkeis thenanseof the tbree
,,'...i v Kk wner reported ashere Sa turd ay on
Wrlourbbys Spit Slieiflas' from Ptuliiilel
r.ins and was boned to New York with a load
;. "ii apart i i which was thrown overboard.
XhIKfUM . leaks badly ami lost sails, Ac. The
c r-w isffered severely from cold and sleet, and
■avers) are badly frost-bitten. The schooner
was ai wed « by the Baltlatore pilot boat
ff "*>», and hroßgbt up la the Uarbor.
Trial of Ha/lett.
Cnsßcnrrowv. Va Feb. A—The trial of
■j, , • Dneol theHarper'* Ferry eon*pira
'-..,'.'v immenced to-day.. The talessaen select
.. ii m Frederick connty were exhaaasnd be
•ra the panel was completed. TheOonrt aa>
- ifd malloa IheEheriaTan opportunity to
■ ~.!.>'; more talesmen.
■stsn Ureen ami Uotts are counsel for the
BA*ntn*rroK, Feb. A—J. Q. Clugmnn is ap
olßUd Chief of the Airri.ultural Horeau,
aader ib* Se retary ol the Interior. Hereto*
'. r* Ibis office has bean subordinate to the
i ;*amisaioaerof Patents.
Kiiini.r I niitrndutpd.
V. / BIBOTOX, Feb. fj.-Mr. Qlnssbretiiier,
kosEe Bsaatat-Ana*, desires the ref.ort thai
he ha- bam appointed to or tendered the as*
Im i Treasorerof the United Slates, by the
I'r... leal thai! be contradicted.
\ I \» GOODS >OU OPFNINB.
-> Son st»l«Spriß< PHI NT.*-'.
h.^h.-ii-.i and Brown BHIRTIN6B.
I I .w.'aae COTTONS and BHEETING&
i en tad Uarssillo* BOfOMS.
|l> t.arv PLAID** and Striped O/NA
Fr»iirn andUemtaa OORBRTB,oi ourown
'.»viK lV>','j n AC(iNETS,nnd BWBhl 11118*
»« n\.\v ;i.!l in want el the abov* roods.
J. A M. ROSKNUAL'M.
fct-a aw are-ad atreet- '
Ci'. 1 1 at. BB Tltaw—LOUlE J. aossiKliX I
* <!e,i. Cnndl Manufacturer, five story build
rs| Man s'reet. su doors beiow .Messrs Isaacs
t Taj ..r, dimctly osposit* the old established
i Met-nrs. Richsrnsou A Co , would lie happ>
. i lommpdat* Ins old Baotoavsra sn.l the public
esara », The \cr» iii.eral satroaaee bastoaad
1 :. m 101 the Us? fifteen years enables hnn. with
anrn!ir,*.d establishment, to offer inducements to
i -»:is»'s iiiie.nialeil 'his side of Philadelphia,
* \ n. re mi in. more force, more stock, and a
**:!»!! s ipotitioa to do Blame a holcsale l.nsmehs.
I a ■.' call from the Buying pulilic, »t N*». *«»
la i street. fe 6—lm
Viitiu:. -We wish te iniera- the public that
- > IBs \te tire will cause ao interference in our
Mas. as eel? 13 o< our men were empl.ned in
'>'i..|. they will all l« at work auain on
■ ... isuraiag ; an*i now we have increased our
a itit* sad w« Willbe able as ever to serve the
pi c with the heat kiade of CABINET FL'RNI-
Tl Hr lastesn i*e BsA> is this or any other city.
at-ln BF.LVIN A ATKINSON
\'KU LCMBRB YABB, «'«HBBBB S-h
-" aMD MAIN BTERt'TE.—I am now receiving
j ."*• -."s.r-u,»nt of North Carrlina YELLOW
rInELUMBEE and am preparer! to fill orders at
a*shartssteotias. Bl LnmbM is th* very lasat
jsa i lv«. .«.ii:.|K hi purchaa* a contract
U" I , lis will p.ease rive me a call.
he-dan' J «.R. s. PTEVENsaN.
KTRt'La a Pa*»tjE.
!2th street south of Cary,
v »a.;r nu In. ,1. f..r sale, a laru- lot No. 1 CLOVF R
'/..,'' r '" !1 ; lie \'nll«*« nl" V r'lnia varmus trades
« rtOI E.aadether PRODUCE, to whioh they
t« Uie atteniion of buyers. fe6-St*
*i A r CT 1 ON E R 8,
* ouaticue to SELL NRGEORS. both oublicly
J** *rirate||, for the very hiehest market price.
" : t-fii old »»%nil,on the comer of Wall and
n R.. H. IHCKINBON,
N. B. HILL.
'«'- VcrVr, C B. HILL :
AT Hi*.T, kir CASH.—Ia order to reduce
' ' »fl Meek as'.iw a« ito'rfi'.le by l«f of March. I
J '"«e,,„t mi atoekof WfNTKROOOMataad
88-jB cr.at tor , n,h Call soon if you wiah bHrgHiua,
Mth. ~.„.d» UlUl)l lm j.;o. R. BAOIY.
•*--•' 31 Main street.
V»tV i% ETBBBaad for**Je.aehele* lot "of
y hsrU Caroms M ANUKACTURRITTOBAO
" -vight itnunda. Al»o-A medium article dark
•a*. Ifei-ul HILL A NORFLEET.
l T Eai»oa. Vt:M«ot...j M r"rec*ived COU
.' PfHiadaaf fresh VENISON; for sale by
n*-* BfOTT*. HARVEY A (JO.. 29 Pesrl «t,
bMs No. 1 BaUßx Cat Bar*
V*tp,m bbls. No. 1 llalifaj. Alewivea, in prim*
"'Mr, f.,r w i e by
WOBBLE A CLAIBORNE,
No. II Fearl streeL
( ! M ''V *»X EN • B CABBffA 7;~K ft". 8188
yCAOES and HOBBY HORBKB. for sal* very
ti **«'"t .SCHAAP * COR.
_ corner Broad and 3d sts.
( 'ol* LI yE n BlLnV.—Rßßhtiia'aT fime*' B*
, **r i ,Dri Wilhor'a «'od Liver Oil aad Lin.*,for
■*■ I ■ A. BOUKK KR A CO., Drus. ista,
- _ Main st.., near Old Market.
RLEAI llK|> UINTKK Vt HALE OIL
•■•*-* .rtilons l**t uualitv. for sale by
PORCELL. LARD A CO..
. . urate lata, 122. corner Main aid I.lth sts.
( )"-* *uh tiilillM n V.-Sp*rrii, WhaT*.
uard. aad other Oils m table f«>r macluusry,
-BTtoJi „ PURCKEL. LAUD A CO..
o.u-ii.su, 122, corner Main and 13th sts.
\'ALE%TINE». V A |7k N T INEa.-.rhs
V > i v t u vL'" 1 * »s-nrtment of *entim«rtl*l and comic
corner Broad and Al ats.
•Tots' ft?»BKH HALLS. afCMNtBB*
' H ' M, »'« and other toys, for sal* at
-w-**-**-*, retaiUt KCHAAP A OO.'B,
-~ corner Broad and 5d sts-
AL' '■ GM *R V BPBI MUM WATER .- A
'i.« Kb, 1 "'"'!'"" w * l » r mstfo hand direct lrom
to» \L . "*',.' ?'*»«* who have l»ea wMting, caa
m,m -* sup.hed. w. PETERBf)N. Drua«i*t.
j. \IA M»iu *U**t
'•*. Hait *r* V*if mM - Shoe. Bhav-
M*.iwueieilie a*'J (J*™**"*'
of*r* his profce-ineala»rvreeatoitho**
obtamina "a fall sod «»male«e «>f •S'MPy
B^i. :N C^reoV.ni M C* , rd C of Tsrms, Testimonial*.
i ...Tl« * Mr. P. H.TavLOß'a Mnaio
,s t ,oVe m nV.Ub.Tt\.wr.Bci Hou-,nh*r* h* mar
'•PMfsssor DE CONIKL wa* ftr ***f*ral years
a TeßehoTof Music in th* P*WP**> '«■♦' ■«*.-
Eew if aav, Prof*wnr* of th* HARP. PIANO.
* c hive excelled or eeuslled him, and as a Pro
?*'•" .V tfiiCALMt.i«Tc.he haa a bub rank. I
TOR for SCHOOLS, or privat- pupil*.'
,un,,r Atnisa Ltsrots PiiKi-rs.
Lat. Principal of Patap.cn Ferns.. /«•"••*«»•
Eutaw Place Bait., Dec. 16,1H5* r« jr-tm
riVMVTIi atM• nß> EBMALe. tRWTI*
I TI'TE now in its sixth session, otters ta the
daughter* ot Virfinia and th* Mouth the best fa
cii" i*« for the acquirement of a thorough and
fcnUhed education It employ* fourteen able and
nil tried teacner*. a oat of whom ar* Virginian*.
Trd two of them Masters of Artt ofth* Lntysrsity.
lt« course is extensive and complet*. enibracin<
ail that a y.mng lady should study. It invites oom
paneon with the nrost prnninmnt •eminaric* in
any part of our country. Pupils ar* admitted at
any time, but most auvsntaseoualy durißf the first
weeks of lanuary or at the middle of February,
whenth* second term l**tin*.
TllX«i»« , t* i rmiIITAHCI.)
Board. ißc.liiding even thin* B 1*«
Music. Drawing;" '*£.' "e.ua. "eatX
rtvilK « IIISWM X S< MOOL—CLASSICAL
TaNDENOLUIH.TI. MILES WESTOF RICH
MOND -The sul*-crit*«r offers to his friends a
iloVKfor then sons in his own family, and hones
h» devoting Ins energies to the improvement of his
r.-ieii* in preparing them for buaynea* or College,
to !;.e-it the continuance ol their patronage.
I cijlßWlCK*sußuan*lly healthy. ,
ti.-. -xer-ises at the school will be resumed,
MONBaYJaToarj 9th and close July 16th, 1360.
H..-.rd includin* table, rooms. fu«l, light and
_„,:,„,' M2S per month, payable half in advance.
Raraaiißi -ic.-Jnhn G. Taurman, Esq.. goeeh
linrjß B. J. Duval Henr.cn; Dr. 8. Ceates,
Henrico Rev. J. B Taylor, Richmond; Welling
t UEO:G.EXALL.A.M. KICh ' K,, ';Vv-.m--
II R U I N I A SAVINGS R A N X.—
Chartered by the Legislature ojf Fa.
ON FY received on deposit in sums ol rive
II * RS .md upwards, on winch interest at the
• oi six per centum per annum ia paid tor sums
a nine six months or longer; lor shorter pe
ts interest at the rate ot 5 per centum
he whole joint stock bonad for the deposit*,
eposits received and certificates issuedlbv the
ib er T B. STARKE, at the store of B. B.
~..«'•.■. corner of Mum and (governor streeU,
Richmond, Va. R C()TTR K LL. p re ,, tt
T B STAR KE. Cashier,
de23-3m C. WALTHALL,
trams i WiIFLE'S SA V I NBB'B A*»K.
•J'Hfc I fcorLr o p F r C K ONIIth STREET.
Nearly opposite Goddin's Ball, Richmond, \ a.
a VONGRO.M D N*L TO,t * : B. H.NASH.
IL APPKEBON, CRAB, TALBOT,
! X W RODI EY. JNO. BLAIR.
r. v>. Koui »*' Jt H dibkeLL. Pres't.
I B J. JoHN«oN,Sco'y. Tne*. M. ALFRiKND.Csh'r.
This Institution, with a capital of 375.000. char
tered by the Legislature ot /irainia. Will receive
dep-sites in sums not less than ONE DOL
LAR, on the most favorable terms.
Whites mm. Cashier.
"JRGINIA:—At Rule* held IB the Clerk's Of
fice ol Henrico County Court,en Monday, the
tddsy of January, ISM; „„._.,
Jefferson Bowie* Pl'tfLl
J. M. Lewis, Joseph R.
J ante* Page, Nancy Page, .\Li.ii- |
s.'ii Welch and Mary,hi* wife, I
Thomas Pate. Kmb'l la- c. Nan- ;• I.N Chancery.
<•*. Page. Roller (tlirt four I
last minors.! Anthony Roberts.
Richard Welch All*.-: Nun-I
Bally, and Robert Emmet Nun-|
The obMctof this suit is to cancel and nnnul a deed
executed b> James Pa c to Jos. R Young, tv-tee,
conveying ,n trust a parcel ol land in Henrico coun
ty, being an undivided interest in 25 acres ol Land
in sa id count*: also, a decree of the shlh of the
same. An affidavit having been (iled that J. M.
Lewi* »nd Joseph R soon*, two of snid detend
ants, are not resident* of this State.it is ordered
that tiiey npi.car wuhin one menth after due pub
lication of th's order, and no what is necessary to
protect their interests, and that amp} ol this or
tier lie published in tiie Richmond Daily Dispntr-h
once a week for four successive weeks, and that
another copy of the same t*e posted at the front door
of the Court' House o| this county on the first day
of the next term of the said Court.
jalO-lawtw WILLIAM POLKEB, C. H. C.
rpo ARtIIITKITS AH*» BCILBBBS—
1 Proposals wiß be received by the undersigned
lor the erection at Marvsville, C'narlotte C IL. ot
BB EPISCOPAL CHAPEL, 50 feet by 30 feet on
the ulterior. The side, front, and mar elevation,
and the detail* of-Vkorkiiiaiibliip, on Both the exte
rior arid interior, to be tiio same is the design for
such a building shown on plates 12, 13. 14 and 15of
Upjohn'e Rural Architecture. The only deviation
proposed lrom that desimi is an increase in width.
Iliatduuensioii being 30 feet instead of 22 leet.—
The change will require some increase in the size
I the scantlings, the dimensions ol which, as well
specifications for the construction, may lie had
application to ,1m Dispatch office, in Richmond,
to Rev. Mr. KINKLE, in Lynehburn, or will be
nt toany required address by the undersigned.
Hie construction to lie proceeded with as soon
practicable, and linished without delay.
p HENRY CARRINGTON,
On behalf of the Commissioners.
"Drake's Branch P. 0.," «. and D. R. R.
Jharlotte C. H., Jan. 14, 1&». ja IS—2tawlm
TAVES. --Coopers will findstored in the ware
house of Mr S. P. HAWES. on the Dock, a
choi-e lot of JOINTED BARREL STAVES. Said
staves were cut in the month of August last, aid
are. therefore, well seasoned, having been c>>c
stantlv under shelter. ia 3t—friw.Sw*
GOOD NEWS FOR 'I Ms-. ,v r FLU 1 i-l» -
DR. PULLER'S COMPOUND TOLU.-Tiie
Kove preparation is one of the most prmnpt and ef
ieiit reiiifdie* in cases of Catarrh, Uronchiai Al
•tions. Colds, Cun lis, Hemoriliageof the Lungs,
and, in fact.all atie.-tions nf Ihe throat and chest
tnat can be resorted to. In its use no deleterious
effect need be apprehended, whilst it frequently ef
fects a cure like a charm.
Prepared and sold, wholesale nnd retail, by
JOHN PULLER. M. D.,
Halifax street Petersburg. Va..
And in Richmond by A. Bcdeker A Co. and Jas.
1» Dii'.all. atd all Druggists.
The above preparation has cured many who have
been pronounced to have consumption by their
phjsician. le6—d«tcw2t >
FOR SALE.- The entire or any poi itton of the
TSiht to ROVTT'S DRAIN PLOW. Was
awarded the nreiiiiinii of the Virtini* Aencultural
Boctety in 1857 and 18£.t. and a silver medal at the I.
S Agricultural Fair. Richmond, 185 M; the premium
of the Va.Cen. Agricultural Society. IS5!* andhrst
class diploma Virsinia Mechanics' Institute. UO.
Opens adraiu .me loot deep, thirty inches wide at
top and four inches widest bottom— sides roiled
down to an incline plain. Perfect drams are form
ed by one runn.ug of the plow. Patented Uth July,
1f.57 A. 1 • KOu i t.
fe 6—l2t Somcrsett. Orangerya._
NO THE All who desire PLANS FOR
BUILDINGS, or an* other mechanical im
provements, would do well to call upon the sub
senberat an early day. as the latter part ol the
season is apt to be too much occupied to allow very
ample time to improve and perfect them unless
they have been under previous consideration. In
order to give satisfaction by producing the most
complete work, 1 solicit imlll^ ~ap e ^ tt | l | k \ , l , :p n
Architect. Civil and Mechanical Engineer, Gnd
din's Hall.corner 11th and Bank streets. Rich
mend, Va. jaM-lm
PLAT BAR RAItHOAO IRON FOR
F SALE.—The Richmond ami Daaville Railroad
Com pan* having s >me turee hund.ed tons of «ld
BAR IRON on hand, ar.a ready to dispose of the
same at reannnable market rates Much of this
Iron is in lengths suitable fWltght rail superstruc
ture, and some l**int£ in shorter lengths, could lie
re-rolled ..r manufactured into nails or spikes.-
Parties wishing to purchase. Btav apply at the office
of the Rictimond and Danville Railroad Conipauy.
fe3-lw A WORRAI.L, Sup t.
jifil E.-We have thisday apnointediTHKO
DOKEGANTER aud CHARLES lATBNERT.
nur aeeat* for tbe sale of LAGEH "rf-K. I'l
QLORS, CIGARS^*« *«*§%** •
February Jnd. 1860. " T Of Philadelphia.
fe 3-1 in*
I MOTH F.-I have thisday appointed 1. NORD
IN LINGER as my A-eut to carry on the Dry
Goods. Clothing. Shoe and Millinery Business, in
the city ol Richmond. His enrahasea to he mad*
for CASH onl*. 8. BCHVV ART/
Richmond, February 3d. 18W. f* 3-2w*
SOUTHERN ."WERfANTILE AGENtV—
J> We can I* found for the present at the Printing
office of Mr. C. 11. Wy-.sk.'- .ri-erof Main and 14th
streets, until our office *tU* Main street is com
pleied. lfel-6t*| W l A LO.
BAFON.-sn hhds. prime new BACON «'DES ;
Si hhds. prime rrew BACON SHOt LDEKS ;
For ,a.e*by "'"""s'nODGRASS A* JOHNSTON.
fe 3-«t .
AT REDUCED PRICES FOR CASH.
At PERKINS A CO.'S. No 141 Eagle Squar*.
Large atock rich Drew Silk", at and below coat.
Rich Si k Robes at &«!, *25 and *30, worth BB
Rich French Dtlaine Robea, at half price,
f rinted French Detainee, at cost.
Valentiae. Poplins and Poll Dechevre*.
Tame Damaaks. Napkin* and I owelings-
Large stock Long and Square Wool Shawls, at
LoaTlliack Wool and Merino^Shawl*.
Black Velvet and Black Cloth Cloaks, marked
down below co*t toclos* th*m out.
Larg* *UK>k 10 4.11-4 and 12-4 Bed Blanket*, at
vary low »rice«. J
lonuuyards beat En»li»h and American Prints, at
Rich Trimmed Lace Pets. n
Rich French Worked Muslin and Cambric SeU.
Laoe Be.thak and Capes, st cost
To reduce stock by th* Ist of March, wa will sell
j rest bargains iv the above articles until that tint*.
PERKINS A CO.. Caah Store.
No. 141 Eagle Square.
N" t. W (oioui.
Heavy Linen aad Cotton Buck*.
Plain and Striped Osna/ urga.
Oerataa Burlap* and virainia Osnaburgs,
Brows and Striped Cotton Siiirtiags, for ser
pff&iN , B a M Ca'BI"No 141 EaiM
QALT.-l.aM Bsefca MARSHALL SALT, aioat,
I fatVB 19 BNODGRABS A JOHNSTON*
I ; FOR SALB AHD J
FOR BBNT-The HOUSE on Ma street.
fHltetween Mala aad Prankti*. lately occupied
**n»by Mr. A. Leah man. It centataa eight rooat*.
and i* Et goon repair For t*rm*. Ac. apply to
RA W bIN G8 fc HOLLA BAY,
_f*«-tl7 Irth *L. tftwvsß Maia aad Cary.
RE N"T-"a b*w and comfort able
HOUSE, with five rooms. situsUd on Adam*
atr*et. below Main street, j?mediate foetea
sion given. Apply to Air*. McCONNELL. st the |
Virginia House. fe*-3t .
-*». RO O ElS* >• B B B jIT.-Twoßood
Bta ROOMS over th* stor* No. 20. Broad street,
BS-between 4th aad sth Tone* moderate. For
further particulars, apply on th* premiss*.
laa, FOR "bTf/NT".—A~ most desirable new
Kg BRICK RKSIDKNCK, with a room*, together
■n-twith 4 acres of land, situated 1 mil* from Rich
mond, on Brook* lurnpike. There is on the prem
isea a new brick kitchen, w.tn three servants'
room*, athble. carriage heuse, aw«-ll of ««*.d wa
ter, etc Possession given about Ist <>f April.
I wi.h to rent in the city for a small family, a
DWELLING witn live or six rooms, and a stable
on the lot Apply tn M. T. LYNCH. M D.
Henrico county, Feb S, Isirj. fe 3-ta I
-tj, FOR ratMT.-Sl'OaE No. 5». on MTn
Eg street, now oocupied by Wm. F. HutW fc r<on.
Bat Possession given on the 15th nf March. Apply
to iiea-uj wm._h. m'onh.
VERY ""DEN I R IJL| PRIV/tl E
■dwelling, on the north side of
nam,,aNaLISTREET. BETWEEN FIRST AND
SECOND STREETS, FOR SALE.—Aa the owner
has removed to the country, we are authorized to
sell that really desirable Residence located as
above, now in the o"cupanc* of Mr. Garrett F.
Watson, at an annual rent of $300, The lot haa a
front of 3J ft., and a depth of 150 ft. to an filler. Tbe
Dwelling flas 10 looms, besides pantries. Ac.; is
throe stories altove the basement, and ia supplied
with gas and water. There is on the lot a l»r*e
brick kitchen and nn excellent brick stable. The
house is pleasantly situated, and commands a fine
view of the surrounding country. Tn effect a
speedy sale, the foregoing real estate will be sold at
tua b w price of $5,000. Apply to
fe J-tt GOD> IN fc APPERSON.
dt j,' FOR B ENT-The STORE on Pearl street.
Hit now occupied by Messrs Knowles A Walford.
**-*P.is-ession *iiv*ii immediately. Apply to
fe 2 «t N. D EVEREU X .Cary *t_ !
FOR RENT, -a" HOUSE and LOT on the
m::: east side of 18th street, very suitable for .1 uro- I
an*cery. and a large lot and stable f>r the recep
tion of stock Ac. It will be leased for throe years
to a good tenant. For terms, Ac arol* to
RO. B LYNX, i
Office in basement of Metropolitan Hall.
-X, FOR HOUSE si tuaTrd on With
Ifsand Leigh streets, containing five rooms, with
■■"•"-kitchen, the usual oui-houses in the yard and I
a good nar.teti connected with the premises. To a
gitod tenant the reut will be low. For terms, Ac.
apply to RO. B. LYNE,
Agent for Renting out Houses.
fa 1-ts Hinn; out Nee rocs. Ac-
■85adjoining Metropolitan Hall, on Franklin st.—
s- 4 -* Also, two or three line ROOMS in the neigh
borhood. Apply to
ja3o-Bt* DENNIS ft BRO.. Dyers.
-*h STOR 11, IMIER ST. I HABLeua
■9 HOTEL, FOR RENT.-Thespacious STORE.
ssnaon Main St., adjoining Di.ke A Hutches >n's,
and the TWO STORES. No*. 4 and 5. on Wall st.,
under the St. Charles Hotel, are for rent at low
prices, to good tenants. Apply to
G. W, YANCEY, Broad at.,
ja27—ta 2'doors above Monumental Church.
Ji FOR RENT OR LEASE-Th* FIRST
fife FLOOR ol house on 10th street, tietwpen Main
•-ssand Cary. (2nd door Dotn B«ia.) The front
Room is about 7ft by 22, and the office in the rear is
about mx 22 1 his is an excellent business stand.
Terms moderate Apply at once lo P. H. LAW,
at Ricli.-.rdson & Co.'s, or WM. EXALL, at \\ .
B son's Drug Store. ja2G-2w
I) I. MRA II I, F.: R ESI DENt E FOR
,.ig to discontinue housekeeping, oilers for sale
his very desirable HOUSE, at tiie corner of 14th
and Ross streets Tha Dwelling has 12 rooms,
writs hot and cold water in 3 rooms; also, gas,
closets. Ac. The House is 2S by 42 feet, with a
large kitchen and smoke- house attanharl. There
are also coal and cow houses. The LOT fronts on
R.-ss street and runs back 160 feet to an alley. The
BUILDINGS are of the !*est materials and fin
ished in the best style. In f-ict. it is one ol the
most desirable Residences in the city, and lor busi
sess or professional men. the location is equal to
any. For terms, which will I* hlie.ral. apply to
3 E. T. WINSTON.
ja2s-lin (Fisher A Winston,ll2s Main st._
-X, FOR RENT The larsre WAREHOUSE
■33situated on Cary. between licit and 12th streets.
Bj*recentlv occupied by Mr. B. F. Dickinson as
a tobacco factory. The house contains a large
quantity of room, and the location is near the Ba
For further information, apply to
F>. D. EACHO,
ja2s— ts Near Exchange Hotel.
-X, FOR BRNT.-Tfi* ROOM former!*, nccu
>f.% pied as Whitehurst's Gallery. No. 77 Main st .
Ms* 25 by 100 feet, second floor, is for rent. Also, a
LODGING ROOM on the third floor. For terms,
apply to JOHNSON A HARWOOD,
j a 25—ts No. 77 Main street.
ROOMS AND WATER POW
|I3?FR FOR RENT.-We have for rent three
-si-* ROOMS. fronting immediately on the Canal,
eighty feet long and fifty wide, with WA'I.ER
POWER--the BUILDING being of the most im
proved and sabßtantuvl construction, with slate
roof, and well suited for manufacturingpurposes.
Parties desiring to locate themselves will do we.l to
call and examine tlm prem me a. pRgoN ft
de 28— ts Tredegar Iron Works.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
SHENRHO LAND FOR SALE- -For
sale, privately, my very desirable HO.ilh-
ST EA D. containing fourteen acres of improv
ed narden land, six miles West of Richmond, lying
immediately on the Three Chopped road, and ad
fining the lands of R D. Carter and B. Vi, Oreen.
The dwelling is new and contains lour good rooms.
There is all the necessary out houses, which are
in pood order; a well of pure wafer and a vounz
orchard of coioe fruit trees. A sirall family wiU*
hud this a most desirable residence. The neigh*W
borhoed is good anfl healthy For V?'/'™!"™ ap
ply to THOMAS GINN ETT.
PUK SALr..-l have for sale two haif acre
F LOTS on Grace and Broad streets, (entire,or
divided into smaller lot".) next to Morton s flower
warden; an excellent GAR DENER, and a superior
MORGAN HORbE. very showy in harressoron
pan.de; and for rent two SEATS in Few No. U in
St. Paul's Church. I will take occasion to corract
an impression, which I am informed i* a very prev
«t ene. that I had discontinued the practice ol
■ cmc-Mid Surgery. BROOCKSi M . D .
VALUABLE PRIVATE DWELLING, ON
V SOUTH SIDE CARY, BETWEEN Ist AND
2o STREET."*. FOR SALE.—We are authorized
111 a valuable DW ELLING, situated as above.
House contains 11 ro -ins, and has every ac
inodatinn for a large size family. There is on
lot a Stable, Carriage-House. Ac. The Lot
ts 30 feet by 157 feet, to an alley 16 feet wide.
ja ten.,.,Ac.,applyto oDDiN AppERSON .
""""*-—* S 110 E S AT IOST. -MOSES
«e^m™& FLEISHER. corner o| Broad and 6th
streets, olPra hi« entine stockof
tnt SERVANTS' SHOES.
Also his stock of DtvV <jOOD3 he otters at very
•educed prices Call earl* for treat bargains st |
fe 6-1 w * MOBEB FLEIBHE R'S, 173 Broad st.
ya*. NE W MDS 18. ~ 1
?S*BOLERO FACILE. By Talecy. ~ '
NI.IT t-T SANGE NOCTURN. By E. WolrL
LA DANBE B> Talecy.
AU REVoIR FANTASIA. By Voaa^
LA SERENADE. By Taieoy. 7 :
LA BARUIER DE SEVILLE. By Voss. I
LA JAYENSE. By Woltt. I
The above new Music, also several second hand
Pianos, for sale at P. H. TAYLOR'S,
■fe 4-3t liW Main street.
WrW 117 MAIN STREET. .
T3bT lam now opening a very surerior lot ol
WlTite Granite plain and flu
ted ovtl shapes. Also. TOILET-WARE. TEA
WARE, PLATES, DISHES, Ac, *c. I have also
on hand a fine assortment of GLASSWARE, late
ly received from the factories. ....,„»
jail lm O. a*. TAi LOK._
\3fi Corner Cary and 12th sts . Richmond, Va.
XSaT KEESEE & PARR. Prop'rs
The subscribers respectfull* inlorin tiie mer
chant* of Virginia. North Carolina and Tennessee,
that they are manufacturing the best quality nl
STONEWARE, eonsißtiii* of Jars, Pitchers,
Milk Pans, Churns, Bread Risers, Sealins rruit
Jars.'air tight. 1 Ac, Ac.
Also, neaih painted charcoal packed Water
. Coolers, both metal and wood cases, of all sizes,
from 2 gallons to 20 callous.
»Ac All Ware sold by us will be delivered in
an, part of the city free •*.jsM£. fr< K EEBEE.
FOB LYItl IIOI'RO—to leave
I'KSD A V.—Th* Can.il H at
- *j2±)a9BßUL*Bs* , will leave as ;.'.Htve For
freight, apply to WM. P. COX.
fe6 2t At the Shed. Dock st.
! FOR JtAI E — Two DECK
i Thos H. Ellis and
hrarnar* ■ 'Perms reasonab'e. Ap
-1 P i« u> J as. c McCarthy a co„
fe l-12t* Cor. 6th and Byrd sts., on Canal._
~ \A\umr* "GENT'S SANDAL SO V IE •
«^bWsHOES.-Just opened another lot of tbe
above, of the latest style, very neat and superior.
M VvALSH s.
-A LADIES' aA 5 E4ALS a>VRB
IfSHOES. of th* lateat style, for heeled
very handaom*. at WM. WALSH'S.
ii t; II I LDR"E N' 8 MOROtiO
61 BOOTEES- A large supply of allaizea.
from the smaUeat to the larse*Lwitnand.without
heels, at WM. M Al JSH S.
TAKUAB¥ 84th «T. R. PRICE A CO. have
J placed upon their closing-out oountor another
lot of eletrant Black and Colored Figured SILKS,
to which they ißvit* special attention, a* they w.ll
im sold at half value. 1b addition they have just
otened Thread Lace COLLARS. Lades' Kid
(VIoVRS LTnen YOKES, Mualin and Cambric
COLLARS. THREAD 'EDGINGS. MUSLIN
SETS. CA MBRIC BETS. RF BBONS. Ac.
And within a short space back they have added
to JSivVtO**. h**T» K««' BLANK KTS. «r-v and
white BED BLANKKI'S. all *izes; 10 4 and 11 4
r.TTON SHEETINGS. LINEN SHEETINGS,
IMI IOW LINENS. IRISH LINENS, TOWEI-
American PRINTS, Ac. all of wbirh tl.-r o/-
thVaublie at the very lowest onees.
f* 1-lm THOMAS R. PRICE A CO.
I TNAMILY CffKM'OLATE.-M boß*s prepared
I C died or gallon, at wM.TVIINOIrI
KRWiaPHBL'- --- -*«« *<J
.- >~ >■. ~~..~- -■«■,-,.■. ~., ■ ~..— ......
nraafi FOB PHIt.ADEI.PIII A
4t±B& EVERY MONDAY and THCRBDA Y
--hanaßaß»Th* s A No. I stsamskip CI T V O F
RICHMONO. Capt. X, BiTcam.t, isjtow read* to
receive freight, aad will leave on THURSDAY,
Fsbruarv *th. at • o'clock A B.
For freight or passags. hsving sujperior accom
modation, apply to H. E. TUTTLF. Ast..
Freight through to Boston via Philadelphia by
•teem at moderate rate* aad with dispatch.
f* 7-»t __
*&,*>. *FOR • HABLESTON—The superior
4JSB>f«at Bailing acbr. "DAVID E. WOITP."
*•*-*-■--» Gin. Russell. iiia*Ur. having the greater
portion of her cargo *ngag*d, will have dispatch.
COLyuITT fc 0(J
a,£< FOB PHILADELPHIA.-Th* rust"
4MX* sailing schr. NORTH CAROLINA, Capt.
*-**nßß»bi->T'i , !iß, having the greater portion of her
cargo engaged and going on board, will havein.
mediaie dispatch. ForDerV Freight, applj to
fe7-«t ___ W. D COLQUITT A CO.
' iiT ~AOR BAI.TIMOR fc.-The re.ular
4*B*.packet *rhr. BENE VAN DIVER Jonks,
•■"-■■-■ ii. aster, having a portion of her cargo en
gated and goinc on board, will have dispatch. For
remainder,apply to W. D.COLQUITT A CO.
~\*+a**> L- •* BL STEAIWMIIP VOHk-
-t-aaJhrßv vo rkTowN. Capt. Lkwis Parki-h.
will leave her* at 4 o'clock, P. M.. TUESDAY, th*
7,h *•**. . . ,r .
I'a.senrers are requested to be on board in due
Ticket* and Berths secured st our office, or on
board the ship. ... . „
Passage to New York, Meals and State-room
included, during the fall and winter. An). Steer
age passage 91.
Passage to Norfolk same aa by the river boats.
Freight r*oeived to-day (MONDAY)anduptoth*
hour of 2 o'clock. P. 8., TUESDAY uniessasutn
ciency be received prior tn that hour.
Consignees are requested to send for their good*
Freight for Boston will be forwarded directly oj».
at moderate rates of freight, and with the greatest
dispatch, (fe 6-2t] LUDLAM A WaTSON.
IT-""*" k FOX BALTI MOBB.-POW
a-«WNHATiIV STEAMBOAT COMPA
snaaaa *T'ir*vi \ y —The steamer GEO. PEA
BODY. Capt. Rich abb Pkitiiiakd, will receive
freight to-day, ( MONDA V,) and up to the hour oi
12 o'clock M.. TUESDAY, tne7fh instant.
Freight taken to Boston, via Baltimore, at low
est rates, with great disyatch.
Tickets for passage procured either at ou» office.
in Bhnokoe Slip, opposite the Columbian Hotel, or
at steamers' wharves.
Passa-e and fare .$5.
Passengers a*e re quested ti- It* on board before
12 o'clock M., Tuesday, the li.rur of departure.
fßt-B DAVID A WM. CURRIE.
<i»S>RICHMOND AND NEW YORK LINE OF
•■aans* PACK ETS —The superior fast sailing schr.
DANVILLE, Chesthr. master, having a portion
of her cargo engaged and going on hoard, will have
quick dispaich. For balance of freight apply to
feti-ts DAVID A WM. CURRIE.
FOR BOSTON-FIRST VESSEL-The
regular packet schooner .-'1 SAN, Captain
bbTßbbb KniiKits, having a portion of her cargo en
gaged and going >>n boned, will have quick dispatch.
For balance of freight, apply io
fe 6-ts DAVfD A WM CURRIE.
~±.&- FOR, NEW YOK~K.-Thesuperiorlasr
sailing brig "AIACHIAS." Captain .1 H.
*-**-*■ Siiopi* v. having the greater portion oi her
cargo enga; cd. will sail with quick dispatch. For
balance of freight, apply to
_fe4-lw_ , W. D. COLQUITT A CO.
j~*s.fi*j*~ FURTHER RKDCCTIOH IN
A T E S FIIOV w\\- YORK TO
M EABUREBEN T bOODS REDUCED TO
EIGHT CENTS. AND A GENERAL RE
DUCTION ON OTHER GOOuS.
Merchants receiving Goods from NEW YORK.
nr j informed lhat they c.-n now receive them
TWICE a week, by steamers V O R X T0 W N
and JAMES TOWN, leaving NEW YORK every
WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY AFTER
I NOONS, and at gcatly reduced rates.
I Full tariff of rates turn shed >n application to
LUDLAM A WATSON,
fe 5— 2m Opposite Steamships' Wharves.
~4.r\ PBB MBB*IJR* ALA.-fThe senatriof
sailing schooner E. ARCULARIUS
I ■Bsi'' t »»*j\ l iw, Master, having the greater portion
of her cargo enga ed and going on board, will have
all possible dispatch. Fnr remainder of cargo, ap
pl> to Ife l-lw) W. D. COLQUITT A CO.
> Vv FOR NEW OR LEA N»-The superior
schooner ROSFNEATH, Capt
i ■.!•■ Baker having a lar.-e portion of her cargo
engaged and going on board, will have quick dis
patch. For balance of freight, ai.plv to
_ia 11-ts DAVID A WM. CURRIE.
"f ret- SPECIAL SOTHK - Until far
dSfcfclC thor notice the YORKTOWN. Captain
•**■***«»Pabk is it. will leave New York for Rich
mond every SATURDAY, at 3 l*. M.; and the
JAMESTOWN, Captain Skinner, every WED
NESDAY,at 3P.M. iteturning. they will leave
Richmond for New York every TUESDAY and
FRIDAY.att P. M., touching at Norfolk and City
Point going aud returning.
ial3-t*_ LUDLAM A WATSON.
"~ ii bb. JKITIfE.-The steamer 0 L RTIB
E^» PjtjusJ** PECK will, after MONDAY next,
-"■s** aia *s----**-*'>th inst.. discontinue running be
tween this, Portsmouth and Norfolk, until fur
The steamer GLEN COY E. Capt. Z.C. Gifforp.
will continue the regular run between this, Ports
mouth aud Norfolk, leaving the wharf at Rocketts
re-ularly every MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and
FRIDAY MORNINGS,at aB precisely, and re
turn each alternate day, (Sunday excepted,) leav
ing Norfolk at the same hour.
| del-U K. 0. RASKINS.
T> IQMMITTKD TO THE JAIL OF
•tTcTCiiestertield County, on the loth of Novem
TrVlter. a NEGRO .MAN. who calls himseli
Jk RICHARD JABEfi BRANCH, and says he
* * ■" sometimes called Cross. Said Negro is
about 5 feet 5 inches high : ai>r*ut 25 years of age :
comp.exi.m black, with a scar on his left arm and
nose. He says he is free, and had when arrested
• n his possession several certificate* of hi* free
dom, which were evidently forced by himself, as |
ahe can read an write. If said Negro is a runa- !
* way, the owner wulcoine forward, prove vropertv.
I and take r.mi away, or he will be dealt with accord
ing to law. S. 0 DUVAL ,
l*4-6w* Jailor Chesterfield County. Va
~u\ %St KfcV\ A X lr.— rem away ir- in u.\
rS farm, near Mount Erin, my NEGRO GIRL,
4w,Maiiv, 17or 18 yearsold. She has a scar
her mouth; dark complexion; has a
JShM—aJßter living in Richmond. where she is
lurkin:. 'Ihe alnive will be pa;d if returned to my
plaster mill, on Dock. „„
fet-3t- JOSEPH SHARP.
«lv sK" NOTH'ETOOWNKRS
undersigned will re oi.en
Lis TRaIMNG STABLE.*-,
aawsansSg v lnts ash land race'
COURSE, on the 15th Febrnarj, I**69, and will then
tie prepared to recieve HORSES for the purpose of
being trained. _•—. __ _ _
I have employed as TrliinerWM. E. Ellis,ens
of the bast and most reliahle. Trainers in the State.
When the owrers of Horses furnish Rubber and
Rider, and Clothing, Ac, the terms will M RIJS
When the Trainer furnishes every necessary in
training. *2 per day.
All expense*, ol traveling tn and from f shland, or
t) any other Course, to be paid by the owner.
ja 2!>— 2awts Secretary Ash land Jockey Club.
Cv FOR SALK--A RIDING and HARN'sBB
li-TJt HORSE, ami B or 12 well-broke MULBB
*rw >-seld for no fault, warranted sound and all
I r'ght. Terms accommodating. Can be seen at my
stables, on Dock street, between 19th and 20th.
jafH-lm* E. BOSBIBUX.
|)E 111 AL IO %'.— i'nts distinguiahed
HORSF and STALLION, now in
i-SZA.[|, e ~est of health and condition, will stand
the ensuing season, commencing on the Ist of Feb
ruary, and ending on the 15-h of July, at n>\ Stable,
at Ashland. Hanover county, Va . near Richmond,
at .§solhe season, and 61 to the Groom—to oe paid
in ail .vises when the mare is served Should the
mare not prove in foal, she can be sent to the horse
the next *eaeon gratis. Mares will be well toil at
60 cents per day, but there will lie no responsibility
for accidents or escapes. As th-*. subscril*er wishes
to avoid the trouble of collecting the seasons, he
has made them paval.l* in advance; and this is his
inducement for standing the horse so low.
Dascaarrioa.— DEUCALION issix vearsold this
Spring; a dark cheeiint. without wh'te, except a
star in the forehead ; five feet one inch and three
eights high—full-under the standard, and is of the
finest proportions and most, beautilul symmetry.—
His backbone is remarkable tnr its size and
strength. He is believed to be taller than his sire,
Revenue.and istallerthan hi*grand-sire, 1 rustee;
is mo»e than two inches tailer than imported Mcd
lev. and those renowned Ensliah stallions. Trump
eter and Whaicb *ne ; and is more than five inches
tailer than the BUB us four mile horse. Gimcrack.
P«iu..REK— DEUCALION was got b> Revenue,
sire of Sue Washington, Fanny Washington, Engi
neer. EI-.net. *c . ana is out at ''The QnsMs.'* by
ImportedPriam.lwinnerofthe Derby;); rand dam
I Dolphin*. b> Whisker (Winner of the Derby, and
dam) Mv Lady, by JJ.uiiiis. out ol the Lojnnel s
dan,, by Delpmi; Tipple Cider, by Kiug Fergus;
Svltia. b) young Mask*, heather to Sylvio; Regii
lus. Lord Morton'* Arabian, Wixbury. Mulso Bay
I urk. Bay Bolton, Concyakin*, Hutton s Grey
Barl.. B»erl» Turk. BusMer. , ,«
The imported Mare, "The Queen.". Deucalion's
dam) sas.*n« of the nmst diriiigtitsned race mares
ever in the United State*, at all distances lrom one
te four mile heat*. She was full si»ter to Monarch,
equall* distinguished. They were both bred at the
Royal stud ftOlamptoii C.iirt. " Ihe Queen .-.
grand dam, ByßLsdj, was the dam of the distin
guished English race horse and stallion, Jereed and
also the dam of Imported Passenger. My Lady's dam
wts also dam of the Colonel, winner of St Ledger,
and on* of the most distinguished racers and stal-
I lions in Kngland.and Iter dam was likewise the g.
d*nii of the famous four mile horse XV / Thi*
Pedigree is remarkable for its richnea*. and espe
cially for the stntitneks of bottom of its crosses,
and is one of the most ancient to he found in the
Stud Book of England, running back to tv« re;„ii
° Van* oanixcKs -On th* 10th of October. 1*56. he
ran a race of two mile heats, over the Ffirfixld
Raoa Course, healing a field of fo«r others, dis
tancing three the first heat-tune The
lollowing week he walked over at broad Rnck.—
Two weeks after, taking no exercise, owiug ro his
having fallen lame, be was beaten a race of mile
heats at Warrenton. North Carolina. On the Cth
of necember following, he won a match of two
mile heat* over the Columbia course, Bouth Caro
lina, SltWO aside, beating Mr. Bacon's ttay filly,
Sally Boper, by imported Albion, dam by imported
Gleneoe. distancing her in heat; time
3:59*1—t.-ot. Ou the 13th Mav.lMA? he won th* pro
nrietor'a purt*e at Fairfield, two mile heata. heating
Sh.tcj.oe and Tar River; time 3:»«-3:«, On tha
nstof the same month, he won the Jockey Club
nurse at New Market. (Petersburg.) three mil*
heats, beatiua Enehieerand Franklin over an ex
ceedingly deep and heavy course; time A-67f,-fcft7y».
Ib June, 1867. he w*nt on to New York.to fill hi*
engagement in a foir onl* *w**pstak* with Nicho
las 1 , Ba* Washington. Toler. and other*, when ia
passing through New York city be mat with an au
eidfnt. *iaoe which h* h** aot appeared on th*
turf la ao race that he ever ran (when ib eondi-
Ashland, Ilaaover county ,V».
P. S -The first area-ium van awarded to DEU-
C A LION af th* late meeungsof both Stat* and
" "' ~FVtV*M D4TB.
By <ha*. T. WerthaaaA Co., Aacts.
C A 800 OF NEW ORLEANS BUBAB.ANB
MOLAhdKB AT AUOTION.-Oa fUftAY.
February loth at our Warehoaae on the Bpek,
commencing at 11 o'clock, A. B.,ae will *n»Uthe
cargo per brig "Maobiaa," front Attehepae, ooa-
M Mu ß fe ßds7primo to choice Orlsaas *Y&A!g.
366 barrels d#> do. MOLABBEB
-'A sans or B*LB.-For sums uadsr iiW, oaah;
By E. B. Look, Astt'i.
iv o'clock. I will sell at my ator* a lar.* invoic* of
HARD WARE, consisting of s gr*at variety of ar
ticle* too numerous io mention.
An invoios of about fiuu gross SCREWS, different
sizes; alter wnion _,„,__ .
11 vert *up*nor Rlr Lr.S, and ,„
Bor3o b INGL E-BA RREL 0 UNB.
RaAvtß whiteGßANllb PLATES. TUBEENB,
81 UK DISHES, Ac, Ac , a'.uhtly damaged*
l,j E. B. COOK. Auotutnear.
By Fergn*on A Belote, Auct'*,
inn nnncioaks at auction.
lUU.UUU In bond at the Custom House,
We will sell on Fsbrcabv 9th. at 12 o'clook. atth*
ostit nmj, BPLENDID cIGARB ,
Imported by Henry Fitzgerald, direct from Ha
vana, consisting of quarter and tenth box*J*. ana
'VLlfd-Se'feral box*s PINE APPLE JELLY.
The attention of the trade isjßßpocir* ; lv directed
to tins sale. FERGUSON A BELpTfc.
fe 6-tn* Auct s, Norfolk.
NOTH E.-On WEDNESDAY, the Btli Feb
ruary. I will offer mv FARM at public sale, on
the premises situated vi Chesterfled county, tour
and a half miles from the town of Manchester.
containing 611 acres adjoinin the lancMßot Thos
Leih.o. Ur. D. O Win free, Moseley and others.—
The epen land produces well; the balance is in
wood, and good heart pine. ,
Aftei the sale of the land T witl sell my
consisting of HORSES, COWS and HOOS. Ala...
mv FARMING IMPLEMENTS, croc of OORN,
OATS, FODDER, Ac. JOHN WALKER.
By kii hard l auth.rn, Auct.
IIOKM.S \SO MULES ATI
1 AUCTION-On SATURDAY. 11th inst., at 10 I
o'clock, at the horse lot on Coiin"il Oh*mt>er Hill. I
I wi,l sell at -aiwrr-***twelve liaelv \mle« el fine f
■tne, sound, and well broke to work; 1 splendid I
Iron Grey Mare. 6 years old. of fine action and a I
first rate animal for a family ; 1 lar*;e Bay Horse. 1 I
years old. and well broke to Harness. j
The al*ove will be gold on a credit of 4 rnnn'ris, I
for approved nesotiable paper; and I invite the I
nartuular attentionnf ail persons in want of larse, I
tine Mules, or family Horses of unsurpassed qual
iiy. Ife6| _K. CAUTHORM, Auct. I
J ABB B ANT "S SALE. -Will lie sold on I
*5 THUR.SnAY, the 10'h inst.. at the auction I
store of K. B. Cook, one superior second-hand PI- I
ANO.in rood order; two .SOFAS; two Brussels I
CARPH'S; six milioaany CHAIRS: one TA- I
BLE;one FT FORK ; several PiCTURES, Ac I
A*., to satisfy two distress warrants in my hands, I
iv fa,or of Mrs. A. L- on. I
TKRM«-Cash. THOMAS I. DUDLEY.
foS-tAs Serjeant. Cit. Richmond. I
iiy f. VY. Bennett a- < 0., Anct'rs.
BAI TIMORK. Ml).
PUBLIC' SALEOI- THE FaLTABLK bbA*
CHINERYANO STOCK OF THE LaTE
FIRM OF WELLS* MILLER. BALTIWORR.-
Nntice ia hereby (liven, that all the valuable flock I
and Machinery'lietonxini; to the ext.e*»ive estah- I
(•aliment of the l»»e firm of Wells A Miller, will be I
offered ai. pnbiio sale on th* premises, on the Cit> I
lllock, Baltimore, on TUESDAY, the Hth day of I
The machinery department comprises, in part:— I
Eleven Slide Lathes, of various sizes and the most I
siil«tantial conciriiction, the largest of which will |
.wni 48 inches diameter, and several of which are I
fitted with sear forcu'tinnscews; also,five Plan I
iag Machines.of various sizes, some of wh'oh have
not been lon*r in use and arc or the latest and most I
approved make; one lame Double feared Bolt Cut- I
ter. a very superior machine, with a complete as I
•ortmentof tips and dies;several ur'ifht Prilling- I
Machines of various sizes, and Drill l'resses-to- I
nether wiih a general assor'ment of superior Ma- I
ehmists' Tools, in tfood working order.
The blacksmith department contains a larue and 1
complete assortment of Tools for aSatut 10 or 12 1
Form*; toseiher with several approved machines
lor making rivets and bolts.
The lioiler-makin-- shop is furnished with all the I
Tools necessary for the operation of that depart- I
meut. consisting in part of Punching and Bending I
Machines, Boilers, Shea's Ac; one steam Rivet- I
mi Machine, of the most approved construction,
and decidedly the liest in use for riveting boilera of
There is a large and valuable assortment of Pat
terns, comprising nearly 6uo; whioh patterns nre of
most approved ar.d modern *tj les, for Mill and
other Qsariag, eaatiars of whichnr* nowadvan
ta-*eou»ly in use in mar.v of ihe most extensive
milling and manufacturing establishments in Ma
rvland, am* throughout the Southern and Western I
states, as woll as the 1 .rgest mil's in South Amer- I
ica. Also. Steam Engine Saw-Mill and other Pat- 1
terns in general use about a large establishment. I
Tnere isoue 25-horso power STEAM ENGINE I
in complete or.lar. used for the operations ol the I
machine deoartment. together with one s-horse I
cower ENGINE and FAN attached to the loan I
un; four new Portable .-'TEAM ENGINES, of I
fi-horse power; one horizontal 12 horse power I
ENGINE; one of 3-horse and a larue and general I
asso'tmert of oth<*r machinery, too extensive to I
lie detailed in an advertisement.
The quantity of other Stock and personal effect I
lo be disposed of is larue and of a very desirable
character, deservinc tne attention of the trade and I
The sale will be continued on the following day, I
Terms.—Cash for all sums of -*100 and under, I
and for all larger amounts, a credit of (JO days for I
the one-half, and four months fn- thj ] '» i £'} , \' , ±
J OH., »* r. tjlic.
Surviving partner of Wells At Milter.
F. W. Bknxktt A Co. Aucts.
i*27—2t«.wt:it.riFc t i, I
SALB «'r LA Ml I** I
t HANOVER. NEAR PEAK'S TURNOUT, ON
THE VA. CENTRAL RAILROAD-Pursuant I
to a decree of tiie County Court ol Hanover, in I
which Richaid Kerse\ and others are plaintiffs, and I
Nath I L. I'errin and other* are defendants, the I
undersigned will, on the 15th day of February, I*W, f
on the premises, sell to the lushest bidder, the I
TRACTOK LAND lately in the oecutanoy of Mrs. I
.fano l'ernn. boim; the laud of whicti Flemia* 1
Kersey died possessed of. The tract contain* bi
ACRES, and in a most thrifty and respectable I
neighborhood— the land being susceptablc of hub I
improvement— the soil beiug equal to any in the I
Taaas. One third cash; the balance ia two j
equai isstaliuents, payable st 6 and 12 mouths I
from day of sale, and each to carry interest from
.lav of sale, for bonds with approved security, and
the title retained until a dred is ordered by the I
Court. WM.O. WINSTON. Comui'r.
RKMOVAL .—We hex leave 11 liilonn our
friends and the public generally that we hive
removed to our new iron-front store on (level nor I
street, fcetween Mam and Franklin, where we
have lartelv increased facilities for manufacturim; I
all articles in our lir.e. and will be able to show the J
largest and most coinuler.e assortment of STOVE*, I
RANGES. FURNACES. BRITANNIA PLATED.
JAPA&N ED. and PLA IN TIN WAR E. to be found
in any lions* either North or South. We naveibAm
a iiiaenihceut assortment ol bAS riATvaßa,« I
hII kinds and shall continue to garrv on, the I
PI.UBBiNG. GAS «n.l STEAM FITTING, TIN
and PATENT ROOFING branches of our !>usi- [
ness with largely increased force and facilities, as I
aaring our customers that we have so aystemized I
our business that we shall attend to all orders with I
promptness Thankful fir the very iil*eral pation |
a»e bestowed ou us lor many years past, we hope I
to receive a contiuuauce ot the same in our new j
"PORTABLE GAB WORKS put up in town and I
country. CHARLES D. YALE A CO.
_fe I—lm j
CHEAP, CIIEAPF.B THA* EVER--DRY I
GOODS AT AUCTION PRICES-JOSEPH
STRAUSE, No 27 Main street, oilers the follow- I
inn Good* at and below cost, in order to close out I
before receiving Spring Goods: Fast Colored!
Prints at 6 and Sets ; the best, 9 yards at ■«!; Bone
lines, plain ar.d figured, at half their value; all
colored Merinos at 20 and 25 cts.. worth 5(1 ots ; I
fine Gingham for dresses at 12i.c. se lin< every I
where at 25; Domestic Ginghams 8 and 10c , cheap I
at 12Ji; Black Silks at. see. and higher prices, aa- I
torusliiiiii low; ' Colored Silks at (Jsc., worth dou'le
the money: 5 000 finest Cambric B*tnds, lrom 2ac. I
aad upwards; the finest worked Collars and Sets at
cost: Ladies' Black aud Colored Kid Gloves forBK
cts., cheap at i!2S; the -rea'est bargains in Ir.sh
Linen; Toweling; Hdkfs : Ticking; bleached and
brown Shirtine and Bheetiag; Flannels; Exteusion
Skirts 50c., and up to 30 springs for §'2: Ladies'
Shawls ard Cloaks; Cassimerea and Sattmets for
men and boy's wear Ac., at prices that will satis
fy every body that: calls at
JOSEPH STRA USE'S. No. 27 Main st
pOTWOOLDSMIT'S, 205 Broad Street.—He
U is selling full yard wide Bleached Cotton* st 8
oents. some extra at 10 cents, and a very superior
article at 12>» cents, worth 16; Irish Linens it 37>»
and 50 cteiits, wor-h cns'de'ahie more; Dimity
Bands 10 cents; Marseilles Shirt Boangos, with Col
hrand Wristbands to match, only .17), centj«. hand
s. in.- Linen Bosoms; handsome rid* sSO cents; SOU
Hoop Skirts at most any price: White Caiubnoa at
25 cents. &-* ib width; lace in *ront Coraets at *7H
cents; White Tarlatans 18?i'cent«;rich Muslin Col
lars at 75 cents, worth .*1 50; any description of
gnoaa for party dresses; dress triunaiat* at half
the usual prices; Bands; Cambric Edging and In
serting and hosts of other articles. Bear in mind
the Goods must be sold, so those that want to net
the greatest «ort of barrains should ro aton<*e to
_ GOLDS MIT. 2U5 Brnod *t._
CF.LLINR OFF AT ANB lIUIW LOJaT.
0 POSITIVELY thk LAST MONTH -GH * AT
INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO rHJRBBA
SERS.-This be>n* positively tb«* last month that I
intend oiTerinu my stock of Dry Goods tn the MB
lie, at and Itelow cost, 1 am determined to clone
nut: and a* my stock comprises a full aad well se
lected assortment of Dry Goods, and among which
is a lar<e srock of line M***eilles V|u lv. Linens,
Linen Damask, Napkins. Sheetines, Cottons. 4c.
1 know it will it* tn the interest of persons wishing
such Goods to give me a call, ns they are tn be
sold at prime coat. 1 have also on .hand, the bal
ance of last Sprint's stock, which 1 will offer at
r,r*at sacrifices. Give iv* a oalL „,_
225 Broad st., between 3d and Be.
TA'-OB'XTLEVYTdeaTer in Foreign and Do*-
J mest:.* DRY GOODS, keeps constant!*/ in ator* I
a w*ll selncted atock, which he i*d*r* at th* v*ry
lowest caan pric**. H.»uak***er« *hould rriv* <
LEVY a call before Burchasmg their supply •l**- |
where, for !«v so doing, the* can make a save
least JU per cant, on their bill. Re has n»w in store
large quantities of Linen »"«■ CoiKto fhee'.ng*.
Brown and Whit* Linea Table Damask. Pdtow
Csse Liusa aad Cotuyi. Napkins, rowel ma . Bar-
MiIUM QuilU. 6n* Bed RlaakeU. In*h Linens.
Blaaohed and Vahleached Cotton, Fu-uitur* Dim
ity. Eurnitur* Calieoe*. and avery deserißtioa of
desirable Goods. Bs su-e to go to LEVY'B, 15
Bala str— t, » i
C" TiitS foubVoi'ohTanb COLDS irr tat
oseV theWikt Cherry Ooaga Killer, said by '
all who have »ried i* fob* a most excellent r*m*
dv. and on* that **ktom fail* to onr*. l*^*ear*d
*" n '" ~*VTVAM ->___■* " n '
gf w>a-ihß fc Ae-ewrsnau ___*_»_.
Cn u _fll^^la.*Hfc l i__^*_^
hfAlttSe*jeWh E ?_*TE IN JHK TOWN OF
_H_uit c_?r» _f"T___ r,r l*?.°' • doen»o of the
LOTXroatin* MS foot on souib .VoJ olß.u'll
twe* B Lawrence and W.,,,., ",n atraJt, ■__',_£"
oeeßßsneyof Mr. James D-ulsy. Also, alJrJtii
r*ar of and adjoinag the above, froatiagto tout oa
aad *si*B«lißg barf b*tws*S
Krai lei line* 2*4 feet to L_wraoo* street, withths
provsmsn ts ther«oa. ....
A Bart or the first named lot, froatiag M feet oa
Hall street, by lto feet deep, will be first sold, and
the balance divided to suit purchaser*.
Tia to.-Enough iv cash to pay sxpeaßss of sals
and costs of soit; balance at* 12 sad 1* month*, for
negotinW* antes,interest added, with seproveden
dorsers, aad title retained until the whole purebas*
money is paid-the purcbassr to say the taass and
insurance for 1880.
ROBCOE B. HEATH,! r«i«»Ta-
CHAS. T FRIEND, f Com m
Gopdih A Aerßßson. Auots, ja U—tda
By Jnntes 31. Taylor A Sea, Aaet's.
TBI STKK'A SAL*. O. REAL ESTATE
AND HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FUR
NITURE.—By virtue of n deed of trust, executed
by Peter D. Glinn and William Davis, and tiieir
wives, to the subscriber, dated Novenil<*r2lth, lttff.
and duly recorded in Richmond Hustings Court
and Henrico County Court, 1 will soil at public
auction, on th* premises, on TUESDAY, th* 14th
instant, at 4 o'clock P. M , the RESIDENCE of
Peter D. Glinn, situated on Clay andGilmer streets.
It is in a pleasant and improving neighborhood.
Immediately after the sale of the real estate, I
will sell all of said Glinn'a HOUSEHOLD and
KITCHEN FURNITURE, comprising the usual
Tkr.us.— For the teal estate, l , cash; balance at
4. 10and 16 months, with interest added and se
cured by a trust deed- For the Furniture, sums of
fiM and under, casti; over that amount. Ml daya'
credit) for approved negotiable notes, with interest
added. JoHN O. STEGEK, Trustee.
fan. M. Taylob *hai».i, Auct'*. 1* 4
AS SPECIAL (OMMISiIIO NEK Ap
pointed by a decree of the Circuit Curt of the
'Vy of Kichmond proueuneed on the 31st day of
January. It*to. in the case, of Chick's administra
tor vs. Chick, I shall proered to sell upon the pre
mises, in the order advertised, the following prop
erty, to wit: __. N „ „ .
On MON DAY. the firth day of Feb'ry commenc
ing at 4 o'clock. P M., two FRAMED TKNE
M EN I'Son the south side of Broad street, between
Adama inhl Foushee streets, lately occupied br said
-JlHric. .deceased. Tbe lot fronts 30 feet and run*
Tjack l_i feet to an alley.
1 minediatelv after the altove, say commencing at
4S o'clock, two BUILDING LOTS, near Bacon
Quarter Branch, in the county nf Henrico, front
ins 62 feet on the north side of Moore atreet, run
r.ingback 13<J feet, to an alley 16 feet wide.
On TUr-SDAY. the 28tr. day of February, com
mencing at llo'cloca, A. M.. a TRACT OF LAND
in Hanover c tuuty. adjoining the lands of
Bowles and others, containing about one huudrsd
and thirty acres.
On the same day, commencing at 3 o clock. P.
M.. a TRACT OF I.ANDin Henrico county, con
taining altout 140 acies, lying oa the Brooke Piank
Road, about seven miles from the eitv. and adjoin
ins the lands of James Francis and others.
On WEDNESDAY, the 2i»ih day of February, at
.o'clock. P. M-, will be sold a TRACT OF LaND
in Henricreeounty. containing about 14"> acrea, two
miles below the city of Richmond, and adjoining
rhe lands of Mrs Robinson, Messrs. Whitlook,
Hughes, Turner and others.
Tekm.*.—One-fourth cash ; the balrnce at 6,12
and 18 months, the purchasers > iving ttonds, bear
ing interest for deferred pay mentg. and the title to
h* retained until the further oruerof the Court.—
Th* ta_ts for I*lo to lie paid by fha purchaaers.
N. H. WASH. Special Com'r.
J as. M. Tavm.b A Son. A.i<*t's fe 2
J'IVF VALlillll.l. BLI_Di*»IiLOTS,O*
NINTH. BETWEEN MARSHALL AND
CLAY STREETS, AT AI'CTION.-We will sell
upon the premises, mi MONDAY. February 13th.
1360. comiiiciii in- at 4 o'clock P. M., five valuable
Building Lots, on the east of 91 n street, between
.Ylaish.il! and Clay streets, fronting on said 9th
street 30 3 5 feet each, and running back 100 leet
'I his property, from its location in a rapidly im
nrov ing part o f, as we ;i their continuity to the
business portion of the city, rendera them as desi
rable for building purpose, ns any Lota now to be
Traits.—One-fifth «ash; the balance at. 6.12.13.
and 21 months, for negotiable note»,with interest
added, and secured by trust deeds. Taxes for 1860
to Ire paid by the purchasers.
ja27 -td _ JAS. M. TAYLOR A SON. Aucts.
V A LIABIJRm PROVED AND VAt-ABT
REAL ESTATE, ON 6th AND MARSHALL
STREETS. FOR SALE AT AUCTION.-Ihe
pm-<.baser, intending to improve elsewhere, will
fell, upon the premises, on WEDNESDAY, the
Bth of February. commencing at 4 o'clock P. M.,
the valuable real estate located at the southeast
corner of Marshall and 6th streets, immediately
opposite to St. Jnnie*' Church, and now in the oc
cupancy ef Dr. W. Grebe. Tne improvement* are
a Brick Dwelling, having aix rooms strove
the basement, with tne usual convenieucea.
The property will t>e sold as follows:
The House, with 27>« fcer of ground, fronting on
6th street, and running back (16 lo an alley ; the va
cant corner Lot. frnntiun 27 feet, and running back
as above; and two other Lots, Croatia* 20 feet
each, and running back tiie same depth. I ins
property, owing to us continuity to the Second
Market, is particularly adapted for business
T_bm«.—For the house and lot. one- fourth east;
the balance at 6.12, anil IS month*, for negotiable
notes, with interest sddod, and secured by :i trust
deed; fnr the vacant property, one-third cash;
the balance at 6 and 12 months, for negotiable
nnteseam in. interest, and secured as above. The
taxes for ISuO to lie paid by the purchase™. A plat
of the property wib be exhibited on the day ol sal*.
ja24 JAS. M. TAYI.OR A SON, Auct s.
Valt;abls __«ax estate oy 6Tii
V AND CLAY STREETS AT A UCTION.-Will
be sold upon the premises nn WEDNESDAY , the
Bth day nf February, commencing immedintely af
ter the sale of the property on 6th acd Marshall
streets, say at 4M o'clock, the valuable property lo
cated at the souilowest corner of Clay and 6th sts.,
frontinn on 6th street 60 feet and running back 100
feet with the privilege of an v I lev 9 leet wide. It
will be sold into three lota of 20 feet each, running
oack as above.
'Ihe 10. a'mn of this property makes it valuable
for small sized business stand*. Persons desiring
to secure such property would do well to attend
Terms'.—One-fourth cash. The balance at 6,12
■ and 18 months for negotpabla notes with interest
added, and secured by a trust deed. '1 he taxes for
186* to be paid In the purchaser.
ja24 JAS M. TAYLOR fc SONS, Auc'*.
Ivy i bus. \\ . Kresee. Auct'r.,
lOt&ce corner of 12th and Cary street*.]
CIBBTBXIi HOUSEHOLD AND KITCII*
* EN FURNITURE FOR SALE AT AUC
TION.-Will be sold <*n WEDNESDAY .MORN
INu. the Bth iiißt.--.nl. coimiiencim at 10 o'clock, at
the residei.ee of Mr. Gbo. A. Hl.m.i.sy, (who is
declining housekeeping.! at the corner of 4th and
varsha'.l streets, all of bis HOUSEHOLD aud
KITCHEN FURNITURE, consisting, in tart, of
superior Sideboard and China Press: Dining-Ta
blea; One and Rush seat Chairs; Carpets. Mat
ting, Oil Cloth; Hat-Rack; Bedsteads; Bed*; Mat
tresser; Bedlinn; Bureaus; Wasiistr.iids; Tables;
Fendeia and Fire Seta; China ar.d <jla*_ware; to
gether with rhe usii'l variety uf Kitchen Furni
ture, Cooking Uteiisila. Ac.
Tebhs.—All sums under §60, cash; over that
amount, four months' credit, for approved nego
tiable notes, with interest added.
1-2 THOS.W. KEESEE. Auct'r._
By thus. T. Wortbam A Co., Auct's.
COIll. « HERHOKI* FOR SALE.-Wewill
■3 sell at auction on THURSDAY, the 9th inst.,
at 12 o'clock (if not sold privately before.! the Schr.
CHERICOKE. She carries aboii' 2 500 bushels
train. Tbe sale to take place on boaid trie Schooner,
opposite >)es».B. Edinond Davenport A Co.
fe 4 CHAfLT. WORTH AM A CO., Auct*.
By I. kU. B. Dnveueort, Auct*.
i OItOTS, SIIOKS AND STRAW fiOODS AT
I t> AUCTION -On WEDNESDAY. Bth Feh'y, *c
will sell, at lo o'clock, at our auction store, 300
i cases BOOTS. SHOES and STRAW GOODS.
I Tbkms.- .*li*»and over. Pod ivs, for aeuroved pa
per: under aiot.cash 1. AO.B. DA YEN FORT.
j ja24 td AAvt ioi.ee rs.
OAR AND 8188 WOtH>, CLOVER Hll.L
AND ANTHRACITE COAL -I have now on
hand a araplv of OAK and PIN E WOOD. CLOVER
HILL LUMP and ANTHRACITE KGfJ COAL,
at markot ratea. WM. C. URA/.EAL,
Office on Harm Bank,
between Bth and 9th stresta,
fe 2—lm and at Depot.
( _; <OAL AT BS.T-^*__-iCOifE has been exten
--' siv :lv uaed thia winter, and in most cases has
given general satisfaction. It makes a delightful
fire in grate*. Persons with small means should
try it for themselves. F. COOK.
Office on 14th at-, next door to
ja M— lm* Mr. Hastings' Grocery Store.
COKE. --The priceo! Cuke until further mitio*
will be asfnllowa:
SOFT LUM P COX E __. $6 8C
SOFT HAIL COKE „.. IK
Orders promptly executed at Yard* corner loth
and Cary and 6th aad Xi rd streets. Term* cash.
de U-ts JNO. J. WERTH. Agent.
OAK AND PINE WOOD—Seasoned aad un
der *helter. for *ale a' Coke Yards
de U-U JNO. J. WERTH. Ag't^
II7K HAVB l"« STORE, andofter for sal* low
v¥ to the trade, the following cl.o.c* brands el
D°B. A A C N/W. Harris' "PEOPLE'S FAVORITK,"
ii. W •--*■• hard »re-se<!. . , m „ . ~..„,_.. ~
D.B.*r N. W Hsrns T "PE<»PLE'S. AVORITL,"
•n»ilH>x*», light pre*s*d.
D. B AN W. Harris' APRICOT, ia drums, light
D. 5 f AN*? W. Harris' PLANTEHS' CHOICE, in
I D. B A ia « boxes,
I lizht pressed.
ID. B A N. W. Harris' AMBROSIAL, iv M boxss
Hslaey A Hooker* LECOMPTE, in *i box**,
! pouad lumps
Wm Crumpton's 4 ACE, in ii box** pound lama*.
A LSO - Povhuiaa PIPES, alt sue.*;' Reeds and
1 R*ed Root STEMS.
LYLH POSTER A CO..
j* B-- tm No. b. Cary rtrset.
XT O T 11'••; -TO FARM EBB AND MEfc-
XN CHANTB WRO USE AND DEAL IN
I BROVND PLABTEa.-W* would eajl your ane
eial attention to our stock, bow ia band, nf the
bast WINDSOR SOFTBLUE PLABTER. uur
ehaatd with *peoial reference to the interest of the i
farmer and th* trad* generally.
. From our long experience in the hnmuean, end «ie
tn«.it our personal attention -• seeing that ovary bsr
f?' 'if?!' ooosered and ia good sh.ppiag order, and
th* Plaster taoroushly sulvsriseeV-ue hasard no
thiug ib any iw that it will I>* to your late-oat te
give v* a call. Farmers sending hags will he fur
nished at oae dollar lea* nor ton. A liberal die.
eooat to the trade, aeteteuo** Edaertad, Ihivea
T>AMUAt.Na IN lAUBHIt ttAST-MI.-The
0 gr**test bnrgs-nac-n he a*»w hrtught utCam
wnu WW* nu
WMIB MAY. i • / ■
Taan*.-Oe*» SBurth*o**Hthilßßßiißtf l ßMl
M BBoaths, foe aeeotiaWe aetaa, «jh Jaanusßt
By Ale«. Bet** Aaes. Z
TUBE. ' * "° O4 k>t •oßoad-haad FUKJIT*
oluHSr. o '!*" l sseortioeat SBaeenetne
Soup. Candle, hr. %'«>..?« MTttV-iK!
** •• *»' *Wajteß. Aearfr.
117 ILL UK aoTks sv..-> uk.
VV aaeuoa room M. Ma., - T rtißtnt¥ V
GUARD and VEST CEAliJVi^i.T^.W 4
LAINB; B.lv*r-Pl«ted VmL
TORS. he. Alan, a lot «*f FaNoY OtnJ*ha?*ST
OARS, CUTLERY, Ac. «**»***.«-
N. B.—Coasigameate leoeivuut •very dam »■*■■--■*
without reserve. J. H. DIGGM. AeelT
D. F. Booth, Salesman. JaV*ar
By Aloa. Beat. Aaoi. "/* "
PLIGHT SALES.-WATCHRS, Jh7«rßL|-r
IN AND FANCY ©OODS—WiII he ittMajaM,
linn, at my store. oommoaeißg at T o'eloak. Taut
EVENING, and continued du'iag tha BBa*oa t s«ea
night, a larue assortment of bb« o*hi aadlahrsr
Watches, fine Jewelry, Bracelet*, fanoy ana**.
Knives and Fork*. Pocket Cutlery, Castor*, 010**
ware. Merino Shirt*. Drawer*. TaM* Cloths. Onta
simeres, Bed-Spreads, Cigars, sad rtaw Qeoea.
'PO THE FAK.tIr.BS OF VIBOINIA.-
A Facts which have recently com* to our know
ledge, together with adverti*em*ntn. Bad a sard
» htch has been aent extensive!* through tieoeaa -
try to our fri.iida and customer*, aa* from which
we make the follow: m. *xtiactt " The auhacribsr
bavia* oondu 'ed the above busiasss for the taut
hve year*, on Franklin atreet. under the style of O.
WaTT A CO.. begs leave tn inform hi* fn*nds.
and the customers of the old eoaeera. that that
firm doe* not now enist." have sat ■•••das that a
regular and systematic effort has a»* as still be
ing inado to deceive the public, aad lead thee*, to
believe that th* concern of GEO. WATT* CO.
ia not ia existence, and thai th* oal> plane Jo let
Watt* Patent Cull Brace Plow is front a man aha
is daily violating the Patent Laws. Bad uajaetly
depriving George Wattof hi* pmaerty, try Banking
his Patent Plow, without his authority er none*at.
We desire to correct the im*ren*i »a thassought to
be it rule, and inform ynu aidthesuhii* thatthe
concern of GEORGE WATT A CO. us atiiTiß *x
istenc*; that Geo. Watt, the iav*ntorand eaten
tee. haa not sold th* right, or anchormen nay one.
except Mr. F. W. Scott, of r rtoericksbere, to
make any of his Patent Plow*, and that we keen
constantly on hand -.large stock, of all tiao*. lane
under our perssß-l supervision, from the only
genuine patterns, of the best materials.together
with a variety of other Agricultural ImpWßNßta,
which we warrant to the buyer, a*d sr* deter
mined not tn he undersold by any on* in th* Bt*r
ket. Onr GEO WATT returns hi* sincere thanks
to hi* fnends and the public, who have Buehsiaed
hi iin tieretol..re,and w* solicit a continaanoo of
ruin wTrf ryei
iiiii.y a «.».t#t»i»». o» *»»•»».
•I R It'll YON D. VA., would r**»e*tfully inform
their friend* and th* pubhc geaarally, that thsir
estaMnhm*Ht, at the corner of Cary aad f'hfhh.
(recently destroyed by fire.) has been rebuilt inn
substantial manner, and that they are now are
pared to resume operations in their dOpartrMßt of
business on an extensive seat*. To this end they
have enlarged ihsir workshops, and faratahad
them with all the improved M ACRiNERT aad
other appliance* which can facilitate or exnedit*
the prosecution of CARPENTRY WOEKin its
T*i*ir new »ay Mills on Mayo'a Island nre aew
completed on such a scale of capacity a* srili suable
them to meet the increasiag asumnda of thesity
for ttuildiag timbers. Th* mill* ar* of thejHTgsat
and most appioved kind, built by Gaorg* Pan* A
Co., of Baltimore, and bavin* their pa test motmas
and attach men ts. The Steam Engine, of one bub*
dred horse power, was built by John A JaasesTur
ner. of this city. They have oa hand several rafts
of first rate pine logs, and have mads *rran**a**Bt*
to get a continuous supply, sad ar* prepared to fill
all orders promptly, at reasonable p.iocs aad on
acoommodating term*. They have engaged a reli
able mechanic tn work their lath mach'n*, tad will
furnish plasterer*' laths ia any * nan tity that may
They will, as heretofore, furnish nan* and ul
timate* for buildings and other improvement*,
sad will contract for th* erectiou and completion
of the same, in thecity or oountry. .
For the liWal patronage extended to them ta
. past \ ears by the citizen* oi Richmond aad ether
i.orrif.ns of the State, they beg loave to oners**
their grateful thanks, und asauro them that they
will endeavor by every mean* in th*ir Power tn
merit a continuance of their favor and oonfiaenee.
j:t3-dJ»w t ______
V IB BURNING AND LUBRICATING ~ m
The great KANAWHA COAL AND OIL COM
PANY, 'consisting of native crtisens atom* own
State, ha* appointed us Agent* lor the aals.ol
the jUBTLY CELEBRATED tf*jr__
BURNING AND LUBRICATING
the quality of which is warranted sure and unadul
We invite th* attention of ssotheeanea aad
dealer* throughout the State to our supply, whioh
will *c large, and sold by wholesale only,at tha
lowsatfaeUry price*. „„„__ «_ _.-_.,...
ya 11-ts ____ GOOCH A ECHOLB.
RIBBOhS MILLINERYand _,_.__.
ARMSTRONG, OATOB A 00,
IMI'OKTKH* » VII JOBBSBB O* _
RIBBONS. BONNET SILKS WhATl**.,
__ VKLVETS.RUCHEB. FLOW£KS7_ _
F_.ATHF.RS. STRAW BONNETS, PLATS, Ao.
No. ZJ7 and Lofts of MB Baltimore ft.,
Offer a stock Bnsurpasaed in the United States In
I variety and cheapness.
Orders solicited and prompt attention gives.
Tfkm«--Si_ mnnths ; 6 per cant, off for cash, ear
funds. _ Jaß-ew
UEt ONI) ANN! AL LITE J>lM_.t TOBY.
*J We have commenced ih* eaavass for our _»
ennd DIRECTORY nl this city. Th* ax* risnes
• f last year will enable \i» to remedy all miatakes.
and issue a mom correct and .oliable Directory
than any previous oa*.
We offer increased facilities and greater induce
meats to advertisers, an it is oui intentioß to die
tribute the Directory extensively in this SUM,
No, them North Carolina, at every Express
Office, the principal Hotels, and alto at the differ
ent watering place*.
It will be lasued about the Ist of March.
No Northern advertisemenu will he laserted, and
n. ne but restdeuts of Virginia are engaged in this
ei.ierpr.se. W EUGENE FERoLEW.
ILchreond. January 19th. 1800. Jala-let
11/INOOW afUUKK! WINDOW
V* SHADF.S!-WH-LEBALK AND RETAIL.
AT 230 BROAD Br-M. GOIBSN takes B**asure
in announcing that be haa reduced the trie** of
his SH A DEh to per rent, below former prices, va
til further notice. His large asaortmeat consists
ot Gold, Gold and Velvet, tight and darh Land
scapes. Bouquet*. Vases. Plain, Gothic, Orson Bad
Klue Shade*, with Isold border; the oßßtaatisM of
I Fixtures to match ; Curtain Band* and Corßioes,
etc.: agr*at variety of English sad Aumhobb OIL
CLOTHS, w th flannel back, plain or figured, all
widths. Call and see vrioes, at the •atabiishsd
Cheap Dry Good* and Wirdow ffhud* Store of
M. GOLDEN, a* Bread *t..
de A- 3m Opptwit* th* *tor* ef Qnnrhta A Co.
rpit I STEK'S NOT It E.-C. Bovttrbi has, By
1 his deed nf this date, (which is of ensued ib th*
Clerk's office of the Hustinss Court ef tha City nf
Richmond.)conveysd to at* in trust, for the boas
hi of lus creditors, all of hi* steofeut Trnajaiaga
and ► ood* uf svt*ry description in hi* atnre. No. 17*.
Broad street, also all of th* debts due to hint. I
have npimnted him mv agent to make ante, pn
vaie ...of the stock on hand, aad to cults** ah* ushta
that are do*.
Persons wanttnt goad* tn the Tnmmiai and
Fancy lint, will find it ta their interest to make
purchases, at the business must 1,, closed up.
WM. F. WATSON,TraBte*.
Richmond. 3l*t Deeemt**r. Ma). "*»— let
UELLIVu OFF ATI 0«Tl » ~..*11 . ,.„
0 TO CHANGE SUBfNESS.
Intending tochaagsiny busiaese thisSpfisg, 1
offer mv wfc«»l* atoek of . — -
TRUNKS. A*., -
AT COST- fk El^i*!«J& ,l U_V,
Van street, sgaar* sbov* St. Chnrls* Betel.
A D.BINIBTKATOB'a NOTICXt-lATa* aa
f\ dersified haviur guabftad aa AußßMraaar*,
with the will snnsxed, ef Thoo. 0. Bwaant, deed.
raeuest all p*r*oas having otaiasa aaeAaal the ea
ts te. to present them to us. that arvaaawaafats atav
be made for their Mttleaseat, aad trhtUßyluslthsssl
to tn* es'at* ia any manacr, nut aaahe iajm»*ialt
pay meet to us, a* inquig*no* sasaot h* jfVßn.
Adm'rs, with the wdlunaeaedi*ef
ja 7-1 m a Thee O. Beetnn. deo'd.
TVOH V BALANCE HANBLB TABLE
1 CUTLEV V.-Just received a eon? lot efhoth
Table and Desert KNIVES. haanWune satteree.
»'.ftfiri A § M'aTLl^arfi.r:rt
I To be *old ia lots to — r"' J l, t *. I ** ,*nd
I others, vsry chsa*. At»l» at -_-kv r n)a'S
IN comjuoy due ou th* Ist Jannapy, KBE ia New
York, will bs paid at th* Uamn Beak hilhat rnty,
or st this atmaa w '*fJ*-WM*A»» M «Af*aßL
do 9b—** *Qnaeeror«
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