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— '""YiTER FROM EUROPE.
ARRIVAL OF THE CIRCASSIAN
. ~,v* March 15.— The Circassian ha*
ST V wltbOaJwef dates loM March. The
\ r r YdVd Washington arrived at Liverpool on
w_Masea, 'i» ■*■ »P*'**h lr » 'he French l>g.
•" ' 41 „i Tasoany is to he a separate King
'"*" Parma at d Mortens, may he annexed to
<__ _T mad Savoy to France, for ibe seen-
fteatsrr. He hoj»<i the other great
__l«r*iaay see '■• ■•eaaaltf of hale.
i eaanaaei ta.
~..,i. Brareb M - -Cotton—Sale* of the
■ '~„, h-, c,. cioata* very dii!'. Middling and
****~ i*»declinedrulll an eighth on the week.
_•• E_m oa fair Were barely maintain*"!. The
"' ' P *« '»Ye very heAv,-Orlf an* f*irr\; nnd
■**T , ■ snil' la.i "; nmloling 0. Sl.yck in
''.., '.. 'ea ineludias fild.fOi) hales American.
CeWsralf* r '"- ,r ''' "f^* o *' l'rwisiona *teaily.
■-.>»*'»• . .„
further fiom Mexico.
■h QBf gl*_ March it -Additional la*
, L_nttea from Mexico >ia Havana, save tbe
!'' : s 'i„j, abandoned For! Alvarado, on ihenp-
J',,r. ef EtraatOß nnd earned Its armament
! ."vcnU.'i. '■
rsesae-tera "<len. Miramou" Bad "Mar.
.. ' . • *Bich sailed from Havana *cmc days
?" ,'hsd:arrived ai Steal.
'-';. -[MUnsbip ladbtßOta, whose detention
.'„'' V w OrhnVas has beea inexplicable, had
L 0 chartered t\% Juarez.
' j j Carter, ol tbe Saratoga, has arrived here
Merer of dsspateawa (roaa Vera Cm/..
ygn oatnaaa, March lA—baees from Aca
:ie "th aay that Alvarez Itad ordered
';„ W ..eat to Vera Cm/, to conuniuid the I
('-#igii forces there. Mlraaaoa was not ex- j
MCted to attack Vera Cruz. CanrvaJal, with
'it, mea, hid cut off i.ikki af Mtraaaeaw
ueeps,aad eatirsdy cni off Mlraßaoan com- I
■jsaica!) v with iliet'apiial.
Rlramos was short of provisions and de*
,i •..■• on the Havana EspeaJtioa for saa
' AjTsradowaa alec traded by the Liberals.
Siiii-e McLane left, the British, French and
gr .[; -h had beea endeavoring to effect :i COBB*
nroaisebetween Juarez and Miramou,
Anwricaa laßneace at Vera Craa was on
-'. Ircltne. Commander Jarvis. U. S. N . bad
.... mded that EUraaaan should not Uatenere
n.:U Ihe American*.
f a*s_reeelaaa 1,
'iVasiiinhtok, March 15.— Senate —A bill
r\- passed amending the existing laws retav
gra to ihe compensation of District Attor
.„,, Marshals aad Clerks of Tinted States
ir ',i! ami District Courte. Also, a joint res
jlntion for the enlargement of tbe Louisville
;• ii tlaad Canal, and lor the ooos true tion
The Senate then went tntoexecativesessiOtt.
Th» Sei-ate to-day debated the ■laoßlhrd Ni
csrsgaaa i-rea'y. striking en I the article per
■lttlng Araericaa troops te land and protect
•beTraaelt The treaty waa thee tabled. As
. .. tbe lasl day of grace ihe ratiflcatioa
ftsetreaty, ti isooaseqaeetl/defaacf unless
rrserrected, which is unlikely.
,i i - Nsarlv the whole ses«ion wa* occu
pied aaeadimi the rules of the House.
The Indisn appropriation bill was passed.
Thr I baag* ef Localtti le* the Oemocrntic
Vmoiiul I oiiv intioii, Ac.
Wasi,'im.to>. March 15.—A mem tier of the
bsmocratlc Central Committee says there hae
...-:, inn-h said seriously in the Committee
r-laiive to actuusgeof place for holding the
r Bveation, and much outside pressure in
:nv :i f ■ i ban ire. If this i> con tinned, tbe
Caanaitnemay tie called together tocoasider
h- ■- nesMOll.
t_s Commissioner ol Indian Affairs gives
loueetbst even ibe aid of Hie army will be
rshsiil trespassers oa Indian reservations
isSaasatßad elsewhere da not cease their
6eer_ia Of iiio-ratic Convention.
M;:.LKi evaviLLß, (fa., March !>.-Alexander
Liwtur. of Chathameoaary, aO.-Lbadherent,
v»»j elected permaaeal President ol the lie.
Beeratk Ooaventloß yesterday by i.i majority.
About aid night, however, th- tables were
tsraed, aad -i resolatioa, appointing Ba*Re>
■me io Charleston by ballot, wave passed hy
v i'i;i :i\ The Ooaveatioa will probably
reconsider this voaa to-morrow. Theentha
liaiin v lacnasiaic aad there are •oßMindl.
Fire in .\rwark.
Rbwabx, Kareh ii—Ai midnight last night
ilieiiiiiMii'i." in Mechanic street owned aad oc
oupipil by James H. .V (t Fnizel, sil ver-jdaters
lad naauntctarera ol saddlery bard ware, were
ii tally destroyed by fire, together with a good
itock of finished and unfinished work. A large
meant was packed up ready lor shipment,
ud bat little of If saved. This was a large
MtaeUsbment uf the kind, employing over one
hundred hands. Total loss f-jtyino.
Etpertare ef the Africa.
Raw Tobk, March il.—The steamship Africa
wllsdatnooß to-day for Liverpool, with <ki
I seesgeni and 5365,(530 in specie. Among the
naaaaferi werejoha morriasejr and half a
tena uiher well known prize-fighters, who go
toeitares the Hcenan-Savers tattle. About
Ireausatet before the steamer sailed Morris.
■■■}■ received telegraphic intelligence of the
seats 11 his mother.
trri»al of the Stenmehiaa l ity of Haiti.
Mtw Tobk. March U.—The steamship City
of Baltimore and the propeller Australasian
UTsarriTed. Their advloee have been an-
HciaaKd, The City ol llaiiimore sailed in
•rainiivwiih the North American, which :ir-
>i_inia aVle_atea le ihe cinn I*-ton ton
f'AKKKusiu K(i, Va., March 15.—T"heliistrict
' '•;. i in (15th District,) met here to-dny to
■Spots! delegates to the Democratic National
I ■■'■ irratloa. Messrs. Henry Fnzhugh and
jabs Brannoa were appointed delegates. The
aaanuei vie both Renter men.
(Ia , March 1."..~A fire took place
ti Airrenton, On., ilns morning, aatanaeacipg
j*i H Thompson's grocery, and eoaanmtag
•psaw A Ci.'f carriage repository and ether
•tukhnr*. Loss *IS,AIKJ, iiartially insured in
i*}y|taker City Compaay.
Ida m Ui'iicersof the 11 uu_.irinn.
: »tbbal, cE. March 14.—The following
•• rrsctustol the oOeera who Bailed iniliel
** foyags oi the lost CanacUansteaaaship
otamriaß Thomas Jones, Commander: Mr.
" ; : clin-ei. Mr. Allan, SI officer: Mr.
r rv r. Id ditto; Mr. Kane Ith.
■ ;-i«ohe, March 15.—Aa accident occur
to ihe s o'eloi k Northern train from here
t ''' ■oniug,occasioned by the breaking ot
j- aiie, Dfteen miles from this city. Mrs.
•L f'l' w ' ;p ljl oue of tn '' employees of the
'"-.aag ■ leg fractured, and several others
Sea Hampshire Ele. tion. !
_e__ mLk N ' H • Marrh H.-fMie hundred
./V !Wu '"*'"■ »»*»* np'ioodwin, Kepub
!, ,■ - --I (!_«. iicmocrat, -2SJH7. The Ke
£&>« ba" - lected i: I members of the
"smataieaad the lieaiactals -v.
I ire m ||, i| o ,v. Falls.
~.' ■'■■• >*' i.s-. V-r., March IL—A serious
• . j., '' r;i '' 1 B *re this morning, destroying
I ..,'■' *' -ill Uotel, a balldlag owned by
i.ii.iiall, n tl(t lor a pofst-ofhee
~;;'■ ing ,'! c, Bad for several ruber par.
1 .„i,,„r" li ' m, "' r °f hiiildiugs adjoining.
ml Mobile Races.
How, _I 5_ ,t * rca I ■ -The race for the Ilattle
raan J a! V '*• mile heats—was won by
Ii ..,„!';""•"-"'"" Time— r i 17— ri".
f »tk__ . "' > ' r:u * Eyas>fa_ brown colt won
au over ttleacoa, who was distanced.
InfjjJ* l ""'Paeaiaa af v On«oiaeter.
b» St *_-*-*■ "~~ra IT THi ignanalif gf
■■'tumrl " <J!H «'xploded last night,
«'ui«_l___ mwlto death. Tbe names were
u.jw,T r, ''i"y eeaaaßßsausta damage
**«* aune to the building.
Newy*"^ l ""' *• "•*•* Star.
I *farrt»_a'_ l * rch| ' The steamship North
'''ttin.i "" M 1110r "'ng. from Aspmwall,
">• hay."i riJiri ma " B l 0 ll »* -IL H e «" ■*■
u *>e uee„ saticipated several Says.
H HI , **_leal «radaates7
**« of Ih .*%"' M * TCB IT Till i ißSAlemiiil
r I""-yl v - l 'ia Uulveraity took
:t Hni*>r< T btr * wer » I'.lgmduaiee, in.
r-iTT*,,. ~4e» aSe Elver.
Mare « IL-Tbere are eight
■art _Lv J» «bb t bannel at this point, by pier
*"« weatber is clear and pleasant.
Kgw **'»hera Markets.
f**'•' iadi_;k__*_! »e-Coiton heavy. Flour
fi?. , w »'*at nominally lower.
hu' a7 \, i '"'' firni-mssa SKJ"«
R" B ««* K. f a «• laui* at U«ll. Molassae
uV-v»«6»ii- wu i ,o#4r « Bt «ate>*. Sosiu
H * •*•'•» *'■' <l * l ' •* W " * 4 * ato<>u
l;^ _««T tiro, at 5»67.
****it; nuns am. Whiskey at oU.
'<„" '"•"' •li^'ff l " fu r ,uuh "fiBG-r***
"*>*<U *ttirva.'&rv , »! 'TBo_r
CAWDIDATBS rOR OfTICB.
OITY OF RICHMOND.
(KS ok RICHMOND.-In reply to tbe nail of
"Many Voters," and ;n accordance with mv own
»i*hea, 1 announce iuf sell a candidete for the of
fice ol CAPTAIN OF THE NIGHT-WATCH, and
respectfully eo'irit th* votes of my fellow cttigens
in tho aijprosching miinicipal election, pled Aim
nijaetf. if elected, to discharge the duties of the
office faithisjiiy tn the liest of my sbility.
rtihltv—dl* T. C. HAPTIST.
_P*C__sa. I AM A rA*niDATE for tha office
•v_R ~f in oh CONSTABLE of the "iPy "T
Richmond. |mhls-tde*) J. H. McCURDEY.
CAfT. « HA*. DIMVttMK.-liKvH
s»v___ : Having noticed with pleasure thro'
our city paper*, that our worth* citiaen, Mr. JAS
ACul ILA MAHONE. has offered himself ns a
ISKs» i^^nV fc l_3 8 .2 «*»_*»**»*« ks ol ' n,K
POUR HOI l»h. and though Irom our personal ac
anaiataaeewith linn we are satisfied that he is
in iv competent to disoharge the duties of that of
fice with ability, yet others are desirous of hear
in< tonropMiion on the sabteet, ainee rouha.e
had the opportunity ol becoming acquainted with
Mr. Nabobs « capacity, ability ami qualification*
h; personal oiwervation* for sex-eral years past.—
The ahova request is made without concert of ac
tmn or knowledge of Mr. Hitosi, and hv com
living, you will oblige MAN I CITIZENS.
Richmoxii, March 12th. I*lo. | Iln U-.'.t*
MRBdIRS. EOITORSt-Noticing a
w^, - » call made upon me, ia roar paper <>i the
13th inst.. fo* the character of Mr. .lajiks Am ll i a
Maaexa, I cheerfully respond by saying'that I
have known Mr. MaßOßßfer ten year*. most of
which tin c he hat lean employed in the Armory
Department of tin* post, during all ol whi.-h he
was remarkably steady, faithful, industrious and
intelligent. »o much so as to win the commenda
tions of the officer* of Lie post; and I cons'der him
K or the position lie s.eks. Mr. Maaoßß
islorttine, a (ew weeks since, to lose his
by which he is deprived of the means o(
this family at his trade, and hence. 1
d. he seeks the hveor of hi* fellow eiti-
t Capt Sup't. Armory.
A CARD. —Having heard that the re-
Brv_a port w.is being circulated throes boat tiie
II am ineligible by- law to the office of
KB OF THE i'OOR HOUSE, from the
I have recently lost niy wife. 1 deny in
hargeegaiest the legality of my runsiag
Die*. Having consulted Mr. Lawson. the
nberlata, oa the subject, be nays tiie law
equire. to rendei a candidate eligible, that
lie a man ol family. I world, however,
r should it please mv fellow-citizens to
I sinli move my family (Consisting of a
mother in law and two children) to the premises
Respectfully. JAS. A. IIAHONE.
Richmond. March 14. ISM. mh !6-3t*
_R3_3at FOR HIGH (OSSTABLK OF
»n___ THK CITY OF RICH.MOND.-I am a
candidate for the ahova oEce, and most respect
fully solicit your votes at the ensuing election;
promising faithfully to discharge the duties of the
office w.th promptness and fidelity.
Respectfully, THOS. A. STAPLES.
_TC_~=» HKiM CONSTABLE IOK THE
<BV_£_ CITY OF RICHMOND.--I am a candi
date for re election to the above office, and re
spectfully solicit the vorcs of my fellow-citizens at
tue ensuing spring election,
mh le--tie FRED. BUTLER
TO THE VA TERR OF THE
CITY OF RICHMOND.-Eaviag been
solicited by man) of my Iriend* to announce my
ff a candidate for the office of MANAGER OF
IE POOR -HOUSE, and saving, by a late acci
if. lost my left band, aad thereby rendered in
.•ibie ot working at my trade, i most respect
v announce mvscll a candidate, and if elected.
Ige myself to discharge tbe duties of the office
t_ JAMES. AtIUILLA MAHONE.
SI PKRINTKNDENT OF THE
*»<-*_* Poor ROUSE.—Haviag l«een solicited
by assay luends to announce myself a candidate
lor the above ottice, I do .so with pleasure—aad
promise to discharge the duties of the olfice with
fidelity and to tut liest of my ability, if elected.
MtNABKR OF THK P4MIR.
■*_»« HOUBE — I announce myself a candi- i
iate for re-election to tbe olfice of MANAGER OF '<
THK POOS HOUSE. JOHN I'EARCE. !
r*" - *? 9 0 "_P-~1 announce invself a eandi-
for the office of SUPERINTENDENT OF
THE POOR-HOUSE, and if elected I pledge my
self to discharge the duties of tiie same faithinUy.
liih3-tde* THOMAS C. EPPS.
______*»_ _•»«_■ VOTERS INfJEFfEE.
B><__, .SON WARD.-At the teuiiest of many
voters in Jefferson Ward, I resuectlolly announce
myself a CANDIDATE FOR THK CITY COUN
CIL in said v\ ard, at the approaching election.
jn.h 3-1111" a. A. R AIN E.
TO THE VOTERS OF HENR Id O
wVNTY.—Fnhho-w-CiTtZmmi:-] am a
£* n ,i l i , _ e J_, r JES_*„•?*!?" f " th,> "'■"« of COMMIS
SIONER OF THE REVENUE forth* Upper Dis
trict of Henrico county, and respectfully solicit
your support at the election to take place en Hie
Wthol May next. If you avam elect me, I will
asemy utmost effort* m the faithful discharge of
the duties of mj office,
mh It-tan* W. F. LAWTON.
t : 5r s *JE9_I!S IB voters of henrico
'■^> s ». COI NTV.-I -im a candidate for the
oifieeol COMMISSIONER OF THE REVENUE
for the lower district of Henrico county, and re
suec'liil.y solicit your votes at the election ia May
next. Should it lie your pleasure to elect iti».'l
"ledge myself to discharge th« dunes of the office
futhfuily. Imli 10—liw5w*l WM. B.WOODFIN
TO THE VOTERS OF HENRI, j
£»v-a:s» CO.—I respectfully announce my Sell a I
cai'didate for re-election forCOMM IS3IONER OF i
THE REVENUE in the Lower Distric*. at the
election in May,and respectfully solicit your i
votes. Imh s-;de] JOHN A. F.ACHO.
TO THE VOTERS OF DISTRICT I
NO. 3. HENRICO COUNTY.—By the
advice.of my friends, and la aoeordaaoe wits my
own wishhs. I announce myself a candidate for the
office of CONBTABLE, and solicit your suflraires
at the State Election in May next. Respectfully.
nihr-liu' ANDREW .1. BLACKBURN.
__"3wß> THE SHERIFFALTY OF HEN.
B>vS». RICO COUNTY.-I hereby announce
myself a candidate for the above office. Should it
be the pleasure of the voters to elect, me, 1 shall
be ever grateful, and will use every exertion to
discharge the duties thereof faithfully and impar
tially, [mhff-td] JACOB 8. ATLEE.
TO THE VOTERS OF DISTRICT
NO ■>.- -I hereby announce myself a can
didate for re election to the office of CON3TA
RLE for the above district, and respectfully solicit
your votes in May next.
mh6-3w- GEO. W. THOMAS.
__"3Sa» TO THE VOTERS OF HENRICO
<aK___ COUNTY.-.!. B. KEESEE. having re
covered his health, will be voted for as COM MIS
SIONKR OF THE REVENUE for the Upper
District. [(Je«--ts] MANi VOTERS.
TO THE VOTERS OF HENRI.
CO COUNTY -As my health his im
proved, and at the request, of many friends. I an
nounce myself as a CAN Df DATE FOR COMMIS
SIONER OFTHE REVENUE for the Upper Dis
trict. |m1.3-ls| J. B. KEESEE.
_f-Cepa» TO THE VOTERS OF DISTRICT
(AK__», no. t. HENRICO COUNTY.—At the re-
3 uesf of many friends, I announce myself a can
idatefor the office of CONSTABLE, for the above
named District, and promise, if elected, to dis
eharae the duties faithfully. Your suffranes re
iuh2-lm* FLEMINti PHILIPS.
TO THE VOTERS OF HENRI.
•*___, CO COUNTY.—By the advice of my
friends, and in accordance with my own wishes. I
announce myself a candidate for the office of
SHERIFF OF HENRICO COUNTY, and solicit
your sulfrages al the State election in May next.
Asa guarantee lor the faithful oerfoniiance of
the duties of the office. I refer you to all who know
Mor the manner in which those duties have lieen
irmed during Ihe past three years that I have
acted as deputy for ihe present Sharif*.
Respectfully, v.mr fellow citizen,
nihl~dt2lmy* GEO D.PLEASANTS.
)_•-'_£-=!■ TO THE VOTERS OF HIS
ttVs_s TRICT NO. 1. HENH-ICO COUNTY.-I
respectfully announce myself a candidate for the
office of CONSTABLE for the first District, and
solid your sa*tVa*e_,
BA. ELBCTioK-The 4th THURBDAY in May
next. JAS. FENELON BRADLEY.
_t*2_s» HAVING BEEN solicited by many
E*vj_h of m» friends and neighbors all over the
county, I announce myself a candidate for the of
fice of COMMISSIONER OF THE REVENUE
for the Districts No. 3 and t. Henrico county,
fell- «w* WM.D. P EMBERTON, of Sidney.
TO JOHN O. TAYLOR. E9Q.
(BKJEh Dkar Sir :As the time is approaching
lor the voter* of Henrico to select a suitable per
son to fill the office of SHERIFF, and being sat.s
fied, from our long acquaintance with yon. that
you are qua'ified to discharge tbe duties of the of
fice, we, the anhsoriliera, respectfully request you
to announce yourself a candidate for the said of
fice, pledging yon our support in tbe ensuing eleo-
Dr. A. J. Terrell, Joseph Bernard,
J. W. Crenshaw, Benjamin Walton,
James C. Gordon, Major Ford,
R B. Joaea, O. C. Bndgewater.
Wm. E. Wade, Tho*. M. Montagus,
H. Hellstern, 8. A. Moles,
reter Lawson, Biinon P. Fod,,
8. S. Tinsley, Hudson S. Ford,
R_ A. Lancaster, Aimer Uilliard,
Wm. A. Sarnett, Thomas M. Ladd,
James Oilman. Charles G. Paleake,
Peter 8. Hushes, Henry Niroagh,
Robert 0. Walton, Ueo. Timherlake,
W. C. Taliaferro, R. E. Ellyson,
James H. M alon y, Rich ard Thorn as,
E. A. Sohwaserle. Daniel N. Melton,
Fendall Grian, John Perkins.
F. Hattorf, Mcßae,
Wm.Calliagworth, Br., E. C Crump
J. P. Ford. jaJl-te
»-C_Sa» TO MESSRS. A v «. TERRELL,
aVjTwil. C. TALJAFKRRO. FKNI_JI.„
GRIFFIN. JAMRS OILMAN, A*»pTHERRr-
Ia eoßrehaHee with your reeaest »nA m socord-
fJoCOIJMTV. aad solicit the votes ol ■
t~Um*. O .TArLOR.
EHIR BALK. A CRACKRR WACHINK, In
CAJ?DDDATBa por orricß,
I LOUISA COUNTY. *
J^st s *, TO THE VOTERSOF LOrtae~_.
auing election. If it shall be >ourpleasure".,
c ect me.l shalla«»,x late with myself n, "c d ,.
;liari'.e of the duties of the plsce, Mr Jk»«_ J
0 . 4 Mr. Asnaiivv J. EcaUansoaMr
A ,r _f D *i ,,ecn f " r several years employed is ta_
Clerk* Ofnce of l.<vui,e, in which imeftion be _aye
great satisfaction by hia capacity and attention to
bu.ir.ess. Mr. Richardson v W formerly one of
my deputies when 1 acted as Sheriff, severaTySara
If elected I shall not farm the office, but all its
its duties will le performed by myss f and hi,
deputies. Very respectfully. *
r w , . BICKHRTON L.JOHNSON
fe l«-d3tawAwtApl •esßßßißsm,
S-jT* J°k T,,e vot kb«ofiia!iovi!:r
I r JyletE.,-?" 1 " *<*•& B "a el£-*
I respectfully- announce myself a r*Zi7.i...
tor the ofiice of COM MON WEALTH'S itW
NE V f«r th* county of Hanover" S A rTOR
__? *' 3W CHAS. MORRIS.
isenrers are requested to te on board in dne
l k tßes a h,p. B * rt,U Wcured al onrellioe.oron
def d , nriS_ I, H.l r f r i r r SftS " nd Btate '«*•■■
>a*sAc«i a_l and winter - *W- Steer
isage to Norfolk same as by the river lioats
sight received to-day. THURSDAY and ..»
c hour of is „' c)m . k _t. FRIDAY nnle.s a
__!___! r»H»ived prior to teat hour
yiigneesare requested to send for their gooda
__***_• Boston will he forwarded directly or.
derate rates o freu-hf.and with tbeTreeJeat
tch. (mli M-Jtl LUDLAM A WATSON.
_. KOR NEW YORK.—EIRsT VI.-IHI.-r
»"VVSRK IMiVoF- I
I k,50 h I V. I J7-- T _ e ««P«rior fast sailing achr.
rnar™-n?£ l * ,n A ', f,M ' r ». having a portion
diso e""p :1 ?"!' co, "X "P •••"itil. will have ,
aispatc.,. For balance of freight apply to
.**-*■ DAVID k WM. CURRIE.
S FOR UAL T i >11 R fc-f he regular
schooner -JOHN ALEXANDER"
Z5rZ n L A W '*' -"J"'" 1 * * Portion of her
tea, will sail with nuick dispatch. For bal
of freight, apply to
15_5t - WM. D. COLQUITT k CO.
/•_(& r*J?„J'i I, ML»«»'FMIA.-TBe 7ood
d_si__ ? Chr ' ' J EORGE HKNRV. Ca P t S,, I. r. ma v
s,,i « h , avine _ Portion of her cargo engaged, will
sail with auick dispatch. For balance of frei/ht
apply to Inih IS-5t | W. D. COL' t UITT A ('ii.
_*£ Kl *** A Nil atJIMMKR Aft-
M __ p " g "' n Tntrr times a
r ,'• WEEK TO NEW YORK, by the ma^
I <&&__ %Ht A I L ?V' A MSH I ™ Y()KKTOWN.
JAMESTOWN and ROANOKE, Captains P_«
every 11 f-MJAy and FRIDAY sveninaa at 4
0 Hock, and SATURDAY evening at 6 ."clock
_?#%'__ __VJ a »»? *•? York every TUEB
-s.rchJk R,1(1 SATL '«I>AY evenings, at
th sr TICKETS
ro .New York aad hack, entitling the purchaser to
go and return by either of the above maunificent
steamships. Meals and State-Room included, for
the round trip, only $15 ,
clnded a "*i!.° vr W _ Vorlf ' f;lre ABd «ate-room in
cluded, c 10. Steerage passage only .*5.
1 ickets and Bertns secured at our office. 1
„ LUDLAM A WATSON. I
Opposite steamers' wharves. Richmond, Va.
1 H.-lhesosieniiiers touch at Norfolk going !
and returning. Passage to and from Norfolk !
same as ny the nver boats, mh 12 tV
FCIR HI»ST6N-f IRST VESSEL.-Ths
_£»siiperin r last, sailing schooner E. H AT
7*" °""- CaPI.T. Rich. i,av,ng a portion of
her cargo engaged and going on board, will have
quick dispatch, for balance of freight api.lv to
mhl2-ts DAVID A WM.CURRIE.
Ai£L FOX B A LTIMOBt R.-The regalar
_S>sf packet Schooner "EMMA JANE,' Captain
'*~ mm \ nii.t.ir.'. having a portion of her cargo en
gaced and going ~n board, will have dispatch. For
remainder, apply to
mli li'-«f W. D. COL iITTT A- CO.
„ F X X Tll E « RRIMJyVI to* IM i
Jl ,A f I\E VJio \] NKW YORK TO I
GOODS REDUCED TO A '
GEN F.RAL REDUCTION ON OTHER GfXIDS *
Merchants reoeivtai goods from New York,are
inhumed that tney can now receive them thrice a '
we r k „l'-A , '' :l ,V', ( l r ? YORKTOWN. JAMESTOWN i
r? d v R S_Vr G ,ffe'.fe , - ,riß Js >ew York every TUES
DAY, rRURBDA> and SATURDAY afternoons,
and at eieatly reduced rates,
rull TarifJ of Rat«?s furnished on application to
~ . LUDLAM a- Watson.
mh »—ts Opposite Steamers' Wharves.
_£££___ SHEW BTSJAMSHIP LINK TO
___,e___it BOSTON. DIRECT. The stennslup
•'•KTmoM-i c\TY OF NEW YORK. Cspt. Il„„„s
wnfe^i'Tv"^' 7 Norfolk and City Point on
WEDNESDAY . 7th inst.. at 1 o'clock P. M.
I- retght for this city will lie sent, up by the Tow
ing Company. Returning, will leave City Point
for Boston via Norfolk THURSDAY, If.th inst.. at
4 o clock P. M. Lighters will be ready at the Tow
ing Company's Shed, in the Dock, to receive
U e .'r- h, ,', 0 , r f|!e at,! ;''"» MeN HAY. 12th,and TL'Es-
VA\ , 13th inst. For freight or passage. m>.>|v to
_~ 12th street, south of Cary.
Ihe steamer is sent out as a Pioneer, and if she
is siiccesstul, ships will doubtless be put on to come
up to the city. .Maiiufactiircrs of tobacco, and
others interested, are particularly desired to pa
tron .ze ,„>, g..fi
Js£^r,, FOH FREIGHT OR IHARTEb"
<_B_gi'lhe superior A 1 Coppered Hark P.\ X
capacity for I aat barrels, or *» hbds. tobacco. Ap
ply to I mh 2-tsl DAVID A WM. CURRIE.
FIRTHKR KKDII Tlt»N laj
R A T E S FROM NEW V O R X TO
rr? 3 " ' RICHMOND.
*■&&££ R X M E N T SOODS REDUCED TO
EIGHT CENTS. AND A GENERAL RE
_, DUCTION UN OTHER GOODS.
Merchants receiving Goods from NEW YORK,
S, r .t. informed that tliey can now receive them
IVA IC X a week, by steamers YORKTOW N
IS4.. J rvA_4 I EBTOWN, feaviac NEW YORK every
2K^Si fK § DAY and SATURDAY AFTER-
NtiONS, snd at greatly reduced rates.
Full land'of rates furnished on application to
... , LUDLAM k WATSON.
sea~aaa Opposite Si.eamships' Wharves.
< XJ-Ct>> 1 I RhßS.andothers, sending us U Is
—-—-—»hy the AVir York Simmers, f.ir re
shipmknt. will please address us by mail, giving
specific, directioiis as to where and how they wish
said Goods sent, otherwise they will be stored at I
their expense and risk.
No charge niade for forwarding such Goods. I
LUDLAM A HEINEKEN, j
fe 20— 3m J_lß Broadway. New \ ork.
_ _bT**b*w CslAltOaT **W fSCMEavULdE.-
BALTI M 0 R E EVERY
aWa™FßrU OTHER0 THER D A V.-The Powhataa
Steam lioat Company's steamers, GEO. PEABODY
and BELVI DERE, until fnither notice, will run
regularly, three times per week.leaving Richmond
every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY
at 12 o'clock, M. i
Returning, leave Baltimore on the same days, at
3 o'clock", P. M. j
Freight received alldav:every MONDAY. WED
NESDAY and FRIDAY, and up to the hour of 12
o'clock. M., every TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
These steamers make the passage in from 21 to
SO hours, and have the most superior accommoda
tions. Passage and Fare SA
!el7-2m DAVID A WM. CURRIE. |
_k» iHi."* RatW_nßsw.—Ranawar froaithe
tWsHbt-crilier, PHILIP TaYLOR. Said necro
purchased of George W. Snellim;*, ny
Jn John Saunders. E«<i, of Essex county, \'a .
■F who sent him to Richmond to mv care ; and
I furnished him with a BBSS to no and see his wife,
and return in one week from the date of pass,
which was dated early 111 September, 1557. His
wife (a free woman) was then livinu in Chester
he'd, near Petersburg. The alKive-aamed uetro
was emancipated by the late Thomas O. Taylor,
and aold by Pulliam A Davis, on account of Geo.
W. Snelliniiß. The alnive reward will lie paid if I
delivered to me in Richmond. !
mil 1-9W __ W. S. I'HILLIPS.
jpm] tOAi>llTTKl> TO THK JAIL OF
BW Chesterfield County, on the loth ol Novem
a NEGRO MAN, who calls hiimell
Jm RICHARD JAMES BRANCH, and says he
JJL.,s sometiiues called Cross. Said Nogro is
aUiuts fetts inches high I ahoat 25 yeara of ace ;
complexion black, witha sear oa Ins left arm nnd
nose. He ears he is free, and had when arrested
in his possession several certificates of his free
dom, which were evidently foiged by himself, as
he can read and write. If said Negro is a runa
way, the owner will come forward, prove property,
and take him away, or he will be dealt with accord
ing to law. 8. 0. DUVAL,
le4-«w* Jailor Chesterfield County, Va.
jVJOTH'K TO KUOK-11l VERS.
7,n.A1 , . w . DOare f"rminK or adding to their LI
HRARILS. would do well to send to J. W. RAN
DOLPH 8 for his Catalogues of New and Stand/ird
Works, published by him for free circulation.—
,Vi?L t . ci " braoe - ,lout ON E THOUSAND VOL
UMES, in every department of Literature, with
the date ol publication, eize, binding and price of
each Book. These aix Catalogues will be mailed to
all who enclose 6c to pay the postage,
mli 16-wltdltßat| 121 MAIN St., Richmond, Va.
S^mdmS?^?'!. -1 h T ve ,or le » n,no INDIAN
k' CORN that I have lieen trying to improve tor
twenty years by mixing different kinds with the
seed at planting time, always keeping in view a
deep cram and white busk. Samples can be seen
at the store o» Blair A Ciiamihri.*-, nr No —
Mam street, where order* will t« promptly asp
plied. Price $IJW per bushel,
f fe 27-law.w GARLAND HANES.
GR "JB AS E ESTEACTOR-Rer relnovHii
saint, tar, wax, or any kind of grease, from ail
kinds of silk aad woollen Dresses, and irom Broad
cloths. Cnssimeres, Ac, without the slightest inju
ry to the fabrics.
This article has been used extensively through
out the country, and has received the highest re
ooinuiendations. It also received the silver medal
at the last Meehaaios' Fair. It is made in this city,
and deserves the patronage of the South To be
bad of the principal Drug gists, and at my labora
tory, corner Main and loth st*.. Richmond. Va.
fe la-3m Analytical Chemist.
QROCERIES, WINES, LiqCORS, AND
Cornet.of Cmry aad Pearl Sts,, leading to Mays' t
Keep constantly on hand a large stock of the I
uhoieeat «|Of ERIKS. I
and other WINKS; LONDON VOCK, and other I
sere SRAIvDiW; PURE RYBand .Kher 6ns
WHISKEYS, aiiof which they warrant to plsass
the smart festnfioes eoaawiaaeur. UXJ-Au
ORCLUrVsj ATRBtefJIIED !**•'_-_;«»
IT .till aelling oat privately the stock of TRIM -
MlNOd and FANCY GOODS at the atore of C.
BoTTcnaß. No. 176 Broad afreet. Persoßsin want
of such articles will eertemly Ac« it to their Inter
WCft BmmtsßmXMD HBWT.
trOE. REST—A eomfrrtsblaßASEMENT
ROOM on Rosa street, immediately onsoeite
tbe residence of the lata S. D. Cren.bawVand
convenient ** an office for a professional man, or
as a linL-iiix room. Terms moderate. Apply t.,
mhU-vU_ _____ G. R. PEA RE.
gAA F«*R RENT.-Four beautifol ROOMSileitis
_K,nc»' house i,y W beirt-g tiuilt on Bank street. n»>ar
They will be well adapted for
Ofasee Or Lodging rooms, and will lie furniahod
with every convenience. Apply to
mh le-Jt A. 1). vTILMAbbS.
mFOR BE NT.-A comfortable and oonve"
nient brick DWELLING, on Mh atreeL Mrth
side of Leish strsst, containing ei*lit r*oma
and passages, with cas in each : a brick kitchen in
the yard, hydrant water, and all the usual conve
nienc.es about such a place,
FOR HIRE —Two men from the country, sui'a
hi* for most'any work. One is an excellent DIN.
ING ROOM SERVANT and careful DRIVKR.
THOS. J. BAG BY.
rah 14-4t General Agent. Wall atreet.
_£*. FOR RENT-The DWELLINirSoUSE".
jjji with six rooms, closets, Ac, ocrnpied by me.
f"**-corner Leigh and Adams street*, with large
Kitchen. Stable. Flower and Bathing House. Fruit
Trees and well of water. Foaaeaaion given imme
diately. Apply at the corner of Ath and Marshall
streets. |mh J4-3t* | THOS. L. itUNDLlj___~
.jag, ROOMS FORRENT.-Two ROOMs7.Tr
mQi_ rent, in the attic story over the sulh-rider's
■""store. JUAN PI/./INI.
mhll-ts No. lis Main st.
at*, FOR REST.—lntending to move to the
■Sjj country immediately. I offer for rent the
DWELLING occupied by me on
Brooke Avenue, opposite Mr. Clash's store. This
is a desirable location nnd a comfortable house.—
To a good tenant, the rent will be low. Apply on
the premises. mh 10-2w*
FOR RE SI-One large FRONT ROOM,
■••3 over Store 172 Broad street, below 6th. Apply
—OB the premises. mh 3—ta
s%, MOLSE FOR RENT—I have tor rent a
■a HOUSE, aitoated near Mr. James Tyler's on
■ SB -l T nion Hill, containing four rooms, kitchen,
coal house, Ac. Rent to a good tenant will I*s rea
sonable. RO. B. LYNE,
Agent for Hiring Out Negroes,
Rentmc Out House*. Ac.
mh2-ts Office Metropohtin Hall
_*fc_P___ EENT-The FIRST and SECOND
Wji; FLOORS of the DWELLING over our store.
■* MARCUS HARRIS k BRO.,
fe»—ts Next tn the American Hotel.
FOR RENT.-The large FACTORY on
H:ia£" ,ry s,r<M>t - betweea lata anj nth streets, near
aB - a >Dnnlop, Moneure A Co.'s. suitable lor a To
bacco Factory . Wa rehouse, or Manufacturing Es
tablishment. Enquire of E D. Eacho.
felft-ts KENT, FAINE A CO.
-**, FOR RENT.-STORE" Noi 79. en Main
■Ea street, now occupied by Wm. F. Butler A Son.
giver, on the 16th of Maroh. Apply
to Ife I—ts] WM. H. LTONH.
_**, FOR RE"if—The ROOM formerly
_B_ 5, " 3(l - -18 Whiteharst'a Gallery. No. 77 Main at.,
aasujjft by US) loet. second floor, is for rent. Also, a
LODOING ROOM on the third floor. For terms,
apply to JOHNSON A HARWOOD,
ja 26-ts N„. 77 Main streeL
NOTICE Til THE TRAVELING
STAGE LINES. Ar. ._f —_3^
The undersigned having lately purchased of A.
O. Vv alters the entire stock of Horses. Buggies.
Hacks, Ac., are now rendv to accommodate the
traveling public with all kipds of VEHICLES,
from a Sulky to a four-horse Coach, at the shortest
notice, to any pirt ol the adjoining States, on the
most reasonable terms.
We will always have OMNIBUSSES at the ho
tel* and depots to convey passengers to any part of
They are also the
on all the Stage Linen leaving Danville, nnd will
spare no pains to accommodate the traveling pub
lic with nood and comfortable Coaches, Tennis, and
steady and sober drivers.
Persons wishing anything ia their line of busi
ness will do well to call on the undersigned nt the
Tur.stail House, which is the STAGE OFFICE for
all the different lines.
They .also have a STAGE LINE running from
Keysville.on the Richmond and Danville Railroad,
to Randolph Macon College and to Boydton. leav
ing Keysvilleon MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and
FRIDAYS, returning on the billowing days. con
necting with the cars going East and West on each
day. GEO. D. MOOR X k CO .
mh 1-lin* Danville. Va.
p 11. BOSIIER, SI C< ESSOR TO MIL
SON A BOS HE it. WHOLESALE AND Kh-
TAIL GROCER, has for safe .tha following ar
ticles, to which be asks the attention or his
friends ami the public: Rio* Laguavra Java and
Mocha COFFEE* ; Brown and Refined SI'GARS.
ol different grades; Loaf, Pulverized and Crushed
SUGARS; 6mo»ing and Chewing TOBACCO, of
diilerent brand-": Old Dominion Nails of all size*:
country cured Bacon Hams; Western Sides sad
Shoulders: Cotton Yarns, a good assortment: 11.
Ott's Old Rye Whiskey. ..Id and good : D. T Clen
ncr a Rye Whiskey, old and good: A. W. Sher
man's Rye Whiskey ; A. N.Woods Rye Whis
key, old and good; F. Steams k Co's Old Rye
Whisker, two years old; Common Whiskeys, in
variety; French Brandy, Madeira Wines, nnd
other articles, too numerous to mention. Call and
examine, at No. l, cor. 17th and Mam sts., oppo
site Old Market.
KfliA PAIRS GILT WINDOW SIiAUES
nJ\J\J To be run off nt an immense sacrifice, on
account of enlarging my store this summer.
Also, Table and Floor OIL CLOTH; So Urge
gilt framed PARLOR PICTURES, di.Terent sce
nery, at oiie-tialf their value. Ctll soon, at the
established. Window Shade and Dry Goods Store
of M. GOLDEN, 230 Broad St.,
Opposite 'he store if '._u.-ir!;s A Sons.
P. S.—i have no travetntg agents in tins city or
elsewhere. mh 0-:im
I'OBACCO MX ANB BUILsrERhV
LUMBAR FOR SALE.
_ Oak, _ Button Wood and 1 inch OAK BOARDS,
WHITE PINE, from 1 inch to 4 inches thick.
0.-tk and Cedar i'OSTS. 8 feet and IS feet tone.
No. 1 heart, and No. 1 sap 6 inch CYPRESS
ASH and I'OPL \R, various thicknesses.
Large stock of Virginia PINE, ail sizes. I
Prices low and terms favorable. 1
ISAAC J. MERCER A CO..
South side Dock, near Mayo's Bridge,
BUTTEK. BACON, Ac.
10 bbls. prune ROLL BUTTER. j
30 bbds. HAMS. SHOULDERS, SIDES,
BR EASTS and JOLKS.
20U boxes Jackson's CANDLKS.
25 litis, prune NEWARK CIDER.
100 bbis. Refined SUGARS.
Nil bbls. No. 3 medium MACKEREL.
2UO boxes Oswego STARCH.
10 cases Miller's SMOKING TOBACCO.
Landing per steamers to day nnd for sale by
__mhJ2-Gt WM. H.TYLER, 13th atreet.
STOCK FOR SALE ' 1
201100 VIRGINIA r_
5,000 NORFOLK CITY.
100 shares VIRGINIA FIRE and MARINE IN
3,600 shares RICHMOND CITY-fo. this latter we
will exchange Virginia 6's at a discount, or
pay the market price.
fe 22-ts C. W. PURCELL A CO.
T HAVE THIS MAT APPOINTED AMA.V
I DA M. GATEWOOD BBv_eeat.se conduct the
business ol a VARIETY STOKE, consisting of
GROCERIES, CONFECTIONERIES; FURNI
TURE, Ac, on Marshall st... in Henrico county,
to bur and sell for cash only.
JAS. U. CARNEAL.
Richn end, March*, laa*. ask a-2e'
NEW LIMBER YARD, CORNER lfllb
AN D MAIN STREKTS.-l am now receiving
a large assortment nf North Carolina YELLOW
PIN E LUM BhR anu am prepared to till ord?rs at
the shortest notice. My- Lumber is the very l<est
quality. Persons yviiiiiing to purchase or contract
lor bull, will please give me a call.
fet>-d-!m* JAS.S. STBYENSSW.
RICHMOND MANI FACTI'HEIf FER
Fine Ground BONE DUST.
Ammoniated SUPER PHOSPHATE of LIME.
Improved MANIPULATED GUANO.
Prepared by S. Haetman, General Agent, and
for sale by BACON A BASKERVILL.
NOTICE. —Mr. H. c7g. TIM M E R M A N is
authorized ac mv ageat to tike a Icssc from
the trustee of Mrs. Timmrkman, of that part ol
the Roslin cst.ite, in Chesterfield, adjoining the
city of Petersburg, which has been recently pur
chased by said trustee, and carry on a business at
that place embracing the sale of LAGER BEER
and REFRESHMENT? generally, the manufac
ture ant! sale of CIGARS, the keeping of TEN
PIN ALLE 1 S. BAGATELLE BOARD, and other
like means ot amusement and recreation for the
pubuc. .n linl hi hub to be erected for that purpo.se.
He is authorized to make purchases on mv ac
count, for cash only. JOHN POES.
NOTICE TO CIVIL
Board of Directors wish to engage an ENGI
NEER 10 prepare plans and superintend the rex
ecut!.•!■. for the scwerageanddrainaeeof the build
inns and grounds of the Eastern Lunatic Asylum,
and for the construction of works for a supply of
For such information as can be given without a
personal inspecti' 11 of the premises, application
may lie made to P. M. THOMPSON,
Preaident of the Board.
_ Williaaiaburg, Vs., March Bth, 1860. mh 13-lit
NOTICE.— The subscriber has just received a
FRESH supply of FAMILY GROCERIES,
embracing a general assortment, such as HAMS.
SIDES and SHOULDERS, liest of COFFEE. SU
GARS, SYRUl'.aud in fact everything keot in a
FAMILY GROCERY, (e.vept Liquor,l which he
is selling lower than the lowest, for CASH. Those
buying for CASH sro particularly invited to call
st No. 516, at the corner of Broad and Fonabee st*.
mh 13-6f JrOEK W. BAK ER.
NOTICE. --All persons holding claims aaainst
tbe estate of ANDREW CLARKE,dee'd. ciii
present them, properly authenticated, tor aettle
nenf, and all persona indebted to the estate are re
mi red to come forward and settle their accounts
s-ithout delay. JOHN D. CLARKE,
mh 13—7t* Adm'r of Andrew Clarke, dec/d.
IWE SUBbAEIBEE having erected a BHOP
■ on the corner of Fourteenth aad Dock street*,
)*ar Mayo* Bridge, ia sresersd to do CARFEN
HERS' WORK aeoerafly. oa tbe most reasonable
cum. All orders from the country for SASH.
BBSr-" 4 "" *-«*fsmf»i_v?
CM»R SALE-A valuable SERVANT. He <« »
iSdr** 1 "*"?* *lttvssad t the ~
; RICHMOND l'lloN* AND BT*EEL WORKS,
lest and Coasaaua.all aiase (a, sua tUi. wnfkst.
or sals low, b- _ jAd.RUNrIR,
mh * Near the Peterabesg R. R. S»ie_e.
R«OE at the N..itbeesie7n"
I aer of Gnsee and M streeU. frontiu« on Grace
rx a ft. •year
V - — ■ • BJ BV~ BJ
"V-OTICE.- Will I*. sohTon
-Lv t|ie*«hol ilu#re«ent in-mli. to tbe bubest
bidder st the Iste residence oi J„un Itrarkett, de
ceased in the lower cud of Henrico count*, hia
stock of HORSES, one MULE r.nd one HLO«»iir.U
CULT. CUWh.oX Raj J]< i,.-.. _„ , cr „ p , l( CORN,
FODDER. SIU'cKS, FARMING UTENSILS
CASTS. WAGON, one new SULKEY and UA ri
ft lAU b. Household and Kitchen KCRNirCKE.
Ac. Also, two or three FARM HANDS for SIRE
tor the balance of tbe year.
Tana*.- For all sums of 910 and under, cash;
for all sums over £10, a credit of six months will
be given, the purchaser giving bond with approved
aecnrity. WE BRACK _TT,
mh 16-«t» Executor.
Br James AI. Tnvlor|«c See, Aact'a.
I'ALI ABLE REAL ESTATE AT THE
1 SOUTHEAST CORNER OF CLAY ANM'.ra
8 I'REKTS. AT AI.CTION.-The subscrn or hae-.
mc purchase,! elsewhere, will oiler lor sale, st
fnblic auction, upon the premiaea, on THURB
->A», the s»h day of April, cominencuK at •%
0 clock F. hi., his present residence, located at the
southeast corner of Clay and 6th atreeta, and ad
jacent to the .Second Market.
f lie improvements are a dwelling containing
nine incms. closets, Ac. The lot front* it leet am
ni as back 120 feet to a wide alley. The premise
are supplied with una and water.
The location of thia property renders it valuable
tor a dwelling or lor business purposes.
lebx*.—One-sixth cash; ihe halsaos at 6,13, la,
21 and 30 months, tor negotiable notes, with inter
estacded,and secured by a trust deed The pur
chaser to pay the taxes and insuraiice for is*).—
1 ossessmn niven immediately.
r - _ ~ J»HN 0. STEGER.
Ja*. ill. Taylos A Son, Auct*. inn 16
By Alex. Nott. Auct.
F L d R ?J T . LRE ,'- D R V OOODS, OROf E.
_ _>•«*, Ac-Will be sold at auction, at my
store, corner of Main and l.ltli streets, on SATI R
. ... "»°f n, Bg next, ihe jrth inst., oonuaeaeing
second-hand FLIRNI TURK.
DRY UOODS.-Oassimere*, Sstinetts, Lawns,
Oinßiaiiis. fanners' i'Uids. Liners, Checks.
li£sl v h t"'.r' hs tt Btan " and Drawers, Hoop
iV.'•,-\?V'fe" r,e *' Honiery and Gloves.
Jvi HI , J "';"" l " , " CM Clothing-Coats, F.ints
and yes to close consignments
ns,s°> J _ ,tli y*'~ Wbl > ,te l' u,n - Brandy, Wine,
Bitters, Smoking and Manufactured Toliacco,
Beep, Candles, Matches, Crockery, Glassware.
m'hifi ALEX. KIOTT,
'"" lb Auctioneer.
Thomas W. Eeeseej Anet.
Office corner of 12th and Cary streets.
£V_ _ HORSES. MILKS. COWS AMD
J_S!>CALVES. WAGON, kc . FOR SALE AT
**- c »-AUC riON.-Will tie sold on SA i I'RDAY
morning, 17th inst., commencing at io o'clock, at
the Horse Auction Lot on Council Cniin'er Hill.
Ri w ff__ r _J HORSES, MILES, COWS nnd
CAL\ ES, WAGONS. CARTS, Ac.
mli 1« THOS. W. KEESEK. Anet
By E. B. took, Auct'rl
STRSS.SK oßi'fis, mseiciEEs, a*-., at
£ 4 WEDNESDAY, Stat i_.t.Ta\
10 o ciock. I will sell on the premises, on tester
street. Rocketts, the contents of a well known
Drug estab.istament. consisting; of a general i*
sortment of DRUG.-', MEDICINES, Ac. well
n.lapted to the retail trade.
ALSO-All tbaGLASSJARS, TINCTURE BOT
TLES .CANS, WINDOW GLASB.BHOW CASES,
BSALES. ROSIN, Ac. Ac
To a party wishing to purchase the -hole stock,
an advantageous arr.-tnueuient niav lie made pre
vious to day ol sale, by application to
mh IE E. B. COOK, Auct.
XX OF DRY noons. ON it It I) v I)
IEET, AT AUCTION.-On MONDAY,
t, nt 10 o'clock.S a-illseliat. the store of
»ris, next to Crenshaw, Queries A Co.,
decliti'nn the Dry Goods business on sc
1 bad health.) the entire stock of DRY
. euihr.-icini; h varietj ol Fresh and Soa
sontble Hoods, recently laid in, to suit the retail
trade of the city ol Richmond
Tanna.—All sums under SMO, cash; over that
amount ninety days, for satisfactory paper.
J___j_ E. B COOK. Auctioneer.
By William Paniiill. Auct'r,
(Bank St.. Pbtbbsbcbo, Va.)
_, -IT""** SALE OF STEAMBOATS,
_______2_f»ARK3. Ar.. AT AUCTION.-^OB
BBBBBBBsn**aBBTHURSDAY,23d iast..at ttoVlosk"
at oar wharf, ia Petersburg, we shall sell ataae
tion, withoat reserve, the STEAMER W W
TOWNES. »-yon ARKS, a set of WAYS, s COAL
SCOW. SHED. OFFICE and OFFICE FURNI
TURE, BLOCKS. RIGGINGS, CRANE DFR
RICKS, a pair of HORSES, well broke for boist
ingcargo, aad many other articles too numerous
Tkr.vis at sale. I'ANNILL k CARTER.
._ M _L* N " " lt i J uct'r. mh 1 (-.ltawtds
A D>IINISTRA TOKV SALE. -Wil be sold.
at the late residence of John Whitlock, deed.
on FRIDAY, the AM mat., al 11 o'clock A. AI.. all
ol tiie. personal property which he died pos*ei>spd.
consisting ol Household and Kitchen FURNI
TURE. fIOOS, COWS, MULES,and FARMING
IM PL KM ENTS.
TbBXS.—For all sums under .?20, cash ; for that
amount and over, bonds payable in six months,
witii good security, 1-enriiig interest from date
OKO. D. PLEASANTS.
Adiii'r of John Wiiitlov k, deed.
Henrico County, March l.ith, ISCo.
A No, nt saana time, will lie rented out
the FARM, oa which 2/ bushels of Wheat
is seeded, for the balance of the year Also,
five NEGROES will lie hired out for the Us!
ance of tbe year, upon the usual terms ; and all
persons indebted to the estate will please corns
forward and settle the same without delay ; ani
those having claims against ihe said estate will
ft them properly authenticated for ndmst
OKi i. O. PLEASANTS.
I—td Adiu'r of J.vo. Wiht oi s. deed.
By The*. M . Aeesee, Au, t.,
(Office corner 12th and Cary streets.)
r _s7_|k__ EXTENSIVE SALE OF Rb l|.
y~ lg -AWAYS. BAROUCHES. BUGGIES,
WAGONS, Ac. A< .. AT Al CTION.-The sub
H;r, ha vir.a to remove from his present place
siness.-uil! sell, on WEDNESDAY. March
miiieiiciiiK at 11 o'clock, on Broad, between
s'h and tlr.ii streets, his stock of
RICHMOND MADE CARRIAGES,
consisting iv part of—
Four and six-seat CARRIAGES.
Four and twe-eeat ROCKAWAYS,
Four and two-seat BUGGIES,
Two second-iiaml CARRIAGES, (nearly new.)
Second-hand BAROUCHES and BUGGIES,
Sprinc WAGONS, with and without tups.
The above work ia all of the bsst <iua!ity, and
liiedI iied the usual time.
mi.—For all aaaaa under .?ii)o, cash ; over
i,on nt, I months' oreoit. for approved ne-o
paaer. GEORGE F. SMITH,
conducted by Tiios. W. Kbbseb, Auct'r.
ITIONAL.—WifI l>e added re the above gale,
a Concord built WAGON, superi.r to any wagon
ever oilered for sale in fins city, the owner havias
no use for it. THOS. W. X KESEE.
By Edinond. I>:iveii|iort A Co., Auct'S.
BALA Or s.m COFFEE AND
-> LIVERPOOL FINE SALT-On WEDNES
DAY, Alnrch 2!st,at 12 o'clock M., we will ortcr
for sale, at our warehouse, head of the Dock.
3,450 hags oi prime RIO COFFEE.in twilled l..a?s,
cnrt;o of the Salho Mares, just in from Rio.
-130 Basks HIHBERr'S LONDON PORTSR,
pints and 'marts, received per ship Victoria,
direct Irom London.
-5,500 sacks LIVERPOOL FINE SALT, esreo of
the ship Alcsander. dire ;t from Liverpool.
And e.\perted in time,
100 casks new RICK, from Charleston. S. C.
mh 13 EDMOND. DA V EN FORT A CO.
Will be added to the ahova s.lle—
700 bags Oovernmen: JAVA COFFEE.
mhl3 E.. D. A CO.
Sll ER I FF'S S A LE OF VAL UA ILB E EA ii
ESTATE. ON I7th STREET. OPPOSITE
FIRST MARKET.-By-order of the Circuit Court
of the city ol Richmond. I wilt sell at public auc
tion, to the highest I idder, on MONDAY. March
IS».I*H), at 4 o'clock P. AL, the interest of A. W.
Pyle and LarnettPyle. liein^-two undivided sev
enths, in the two L'»TS OF LAND, with tw..
brick teiieinonlN thereon, in the ,- t tv of Richmond
on 17th street, east of the Market House, between
Main and Frankliii streets. adjoiniiiK Walnut al
ley on the North, subject to the dower ot the wuiow
ol the late Wat. B. l'vie.
The tenementsanove referred to are oeeavied as
stores by A. Grinwaidaad E. D. Keller.
runs.-One trlird cash; balance in six and
twelve iiionfhs. for aeaotiaaua notes, interert ad
ded. ami the title retained till aconvevssce is di
rected by tbeCeert. H. K. t LLYsoN
inh7-tds Bherifl City ol Ricbasomf.
AW.VIISISTRATOK'S BALK OK t JKKV
VALUABLE SLA YES.- Will l-e sold at pub
lie auction, on THURSDAY, ihe 2;»th da» of
March, IH6O, at the late residenoe of R. Oinoluin
dro.Sr., daeeaasd,situated ia the county of Flu
venne, and within three Bailee of Cninnilu.i. till the
slaves belon*ing to said estate sn-,nt,en in num
ber,v\7: MEN and WOMEN. BOYS and GIRLS.
These slaves are likely end valuable farm hands,
and w.ll be soid on six months' time for negotiates
notes, satisfactorily endorsed, with interest sdd
ed. payable at the Farmers' Rink of Viritinti. at
Richmond. R. OMOfiUNDRO, Jr., Adin'r
mh 8-d*ewtds* of R.Omohi-.mibo, deed.
~_. pOAUs, COKE, *c.
COAL. -On band a full snpoly of
MIDLOTHIAN. LUMP. AVERAGE
and SMITH'S COAL.
RED and WHITE ASH ANTHRACITE COAL
C. B. LIPSCOMB,
mh 14-ts Mlth st., near May o 's Bri dge.
CLOVER HILL LUMP A»B HAUm ASIB
, ANTHRACITE COAL, of l-est nualitv. for
•*leby M. l>. WHITING.
mhP-iiii Near the Petersliuin Depot.
r«©AL AT 53.7."».-. I bare still on hand a lot or
y/ thia COAL, offioe oa Uth street, next door to
Mr. Samuel Hastings' grocery store,
nihf— lui* F.COOK. ,
HARDCORE l ..«l ABI
Orders promptly executed at Yards cor ncr MHh
vFder shefler, for sate at Coke YmblT
deia-U _ iHO 'JI TII ' A ! fc
Visa in i a"m a vina £ b" a n v. .V.
Cmmitsred t* the Legislature of Va,
MONEY received on depo.it in sums of FIVE
DypUVMaSsmd epward*. oa waieh latereet at tha
rate of ium ncr centum aeraaaem is aaid for vaais
remaining aia nioalha or leaver i tar shorter pe
riods, interest at tbe rate of » per icuteui.
jjjjjgjjjirj., man u t \%,. n S,'i l^S:
__?_ r *__Pdys.
By Goddln A *P»gßßß*j Ancfs.
V AI.IAHLE STORK AND OWP't I lai
V IN l/I'VAL'S ADDITION ON THK run
NEK OF ST. STEPHEN AND COl rfs STS
FOR SALE AT AFCI |.»N.-W,li tV a ',tJl n . ...c*
lion, on TUESDAY, the »th March. UMcsi
•be premise*, at * o'clock P M.. the new ami ..., n
leniently arranged STORE aad DWELLING, lo
cated as above, now in the occupancy of Mr. Early
Cormn. The location is considered a desirable
one for a atore and dwelling. The lot front* 30
feet and runs back 8t feet.
Trrms.—One-fourth cash; balance at 4. Rand 12
months, lor negotiable notes, interest added ant
title retained till l»*t note is paid. The taxe* lor
IKO to be paid by Ihe purchaser.
mh 15 G'iDDIN A APPERSON. Aucts.
r FRISTFtV*S.ALE OF REAL EiMTE
£ IN HENRICO. NEARTO PORT MAYO.-At
the request of the leneficiary in a deed of trust,
'J*_nted by Kdward Cannon to me. on the 7th dig
o| March. KBB, and recorded in Henrico County
Court Clerk'soffiee. I shall sell, at public au-t.on.
on the premises, on THURSDAY, the 2*l day of
March. laso, at « o'clock. P. M..<if fair; if not, the
scxt fair day. 1 all that certain piece or parcel of
land I j ing and hem* in the county of Henrico, near
Poit Mayo. fronting on the Osborne Turnpike
road 91 feet fi inches running baca within parallel
lines 73feet to bit No ft, dcsmnvcd a* lot No. I on
a plan end survey recorded with a deed from Hen
ry I Smith to John H. HerlierL
TlßßU.—Cash aa to so much as inav lie necessary
toilclrav the expenses of executing this trust. th«
fees for drawimr and recording this deed, and to
discharge a bond for $%», with it.tere*t from ths
itbol March, lew; and Bete tbe balance a cteiiit
will be giveaol ti months from the day of sale,car
ALEX. H. SANDS. Trustee.
aTJ-Tlie title is believed to lie fried, but selling aa
tnistee the uaual apecial warranty will only be
given. ' |mhl2-tds| A. 11. S.
B__Sale conducted by Gonmx A App-BBSOB.
1 MUSTEK'S SALE OF HOI SK A Nil LOT.
ON WE-THAM PLANK ROAD.NEARTHE
CITY OF RICHMOND. AND I'ERSONAL I'KO
PER TV.—As trustee 111 a certain dseoof trust ex
ecuted by Hiram C. Carnell, dated 12th March,
l&M, duly recorded in Henrico County Court. I
shall, in execution thereof, proceed to sell at pub
lic auction, on the premises, oar FRI DAY. the lird
March. iB6O, at LS o'clock, P. M., t if lair ; if not.
the next lair day.) the real estate conveyed by the
said deed consisting of an excellent framed tene
ment, with brick basement, located aa above, now
in the ocenp/incv of said Carnell. The lot has a
front ol .'W leet on the north side of the Plank road,
and a depth of about 160 feet. Also, all the House
hold asd Kitchen Furniture of the said Hiram C.
Carnell. A 150.3 Carts, 3 Mules and 1 Cow.
Tkr.his made known at the hour of sale. The
taxes on th * real estate lor this year to be paid by
MORDECAI CARNELL. Trustee.
Sale conducted by GoBBiB A Ai-!'kk*o.\. Aucts.
P. S.—After the foregoing sale, will he sob) a val
uable lot at the coiner of C.-nial and .lellerson s's.,
fronting i- 1 , feet on the south side ol Cwnai street,
running back ISO feet to an al'er fifteen feet wide.
Terms as BBeve. luih j_j G. A A.
I'RI'KTEK'S SALS OF VALUABLE
BUILDING LOT. IN THE TOWN OF SID
NEY, ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF THE WEST
HAM PLANK ROAD. NEAR THE CI FY OF
RICHMOND.—As Traatoc in a certain de'>d of
trust, executed by Robert S. Davis and wi!e.i>ear
ing <ia*e bith November, VUk, duly recorded in
Henrico County Court, I slmll proceed to sell nt
public auction, on the premises, on SATURDAY,
the 17th March, ltytHj, st tk o'clock P ST., the Real
Estate conveyed by said ileed, consisting of a Lot
fronting** feet on the south side of the Westham
Plank Road, running back about AX) feet, to an alley
2»ileet wide, adjoining on the east the property on
winch Mr. Win. Smith now resides.
The title is believed to be good : but. the trustee
will convey with the usual special warranty. The
taxes for tattto be paid by the purchaser.
BEVERLEY R. WELLFORD,
mh 12 Trustee.
Sale conducted by Gopdin A ArrEßsoN, Aucts.
THIRTEEN lIEAI TIFLL HUMIING
LOTS IN THK PLAN OF PORT MAYO.
N EAR TO ROCKETTS, FOR SALE AT AUC
TION.—WiII be gold at ,-tuciion. on the premises,
on THURSDAY. 22-i March. Man. at 4 o'clock P.
M., thirteen beautiful LOTS, located a* above.—
Two oi them front on flic West of ith street;
three of them front on the East line of sth st.;
three uf them trout on the West line of Bth street,
and ench run tnck lO.i feet. Also, five lots front lag
together MO leet oa the Vast liaeofota .ireet.
rnanißg baek<Bsaj leet,and bonndei on the South
by Louisiana street.
TsßMS.—One third cash; b.ilnnce at four eati
eight months, lor negotiable notes, interest added,
and title retained till last Bote is paid. The taxes
for Inlii to be pnu! bj the purchaser.
inhl2 GOUDiN A APPERSON, Auct's.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF DWELLING ON
FRENCH GARDEN HILL. ON 9th. NORTH
OF LEIGH SIRKET. As Trustee 111 a deed
dated loth Mar.laat, duly recorded 1:1 Richmond
Hastings Court, 1,-on. James T. Sanaa, 1 shall, in
execution of said deed, hay ing been requested ao to
do, proceed to sell ai auction, anoa the premises,
on MONDAY, the 19th March. MM, anaaaaeaeißjg
att; 2 o'clock P.M.,(if fair; if not,the next fuir
day.) thepoperty located as above. The lot fionts
30feel on the east side ef 91 h sireet, and runs back
130 feet. The Dwelling ( which is a framed build
-111; with brie* basement, contains 7 rooms, liesidea
an excellent. Kitchen, Ac.
Taenia.— Say alsiut one-fourth cash, and the re
sidue on such terms ol uiedit as may be agreed
upon by tha parties interested at Ike timeofsale.-
--1 axes foi law, the purchaser to pnv.
PETER G. COSBY, Trustee.
Sale by Goncix k Armason, Aucts. mhß
C'OiVl MISSION I- K»' SILK OF VALIA
' Bi.E REAL ESTATE IN THE CITY OF
RICHMOND, ON CI, »V AND-tii STRF.ETS.-
As eemmiseioßers appointed by a decree «-f the
Circi-ot Court ol lhe city at Richmond, pronounced
on tbc iith of Febtnary, IB6e,ia the ease of !.uf
boroneh vs. Taylor. Arc. v/e-ihall proceed to Hell,
at put lie auction, on Ibe premines, on MONDAY,
the 3tth of March, lv>o, at li o'clock. P. M.iif
fair: if not. the next fair uav,l the REAL RS
l'A'l'E described in the decree aforesaid, consist
ing of part of Lot No. 7s« in the plan of said city,
fronting M bit v>n the north side of Clay street,
running back aboet 61 feet, having thereon two
»m;. 11 llrick Tenements. Abas, that other Let, pert
of Lot No. V.H, al !ii<-corner of Clay and Mb st recta,
fronting .'<6 feet on the north side ef Clay street,
running bark on flic east line of .Sth atreet 61 feet,
having thereon a new brick School-House. Also,
the Lot 111 rear ot the aKwe. being part of Lots
Nos. 793 and 7nri, fronting I<»2 feet on the east line ol
Bth street, running back 180 leet, and tKiundedon
the north by the lot of Mr. Thomas VV. afeCaase.
Tanns.' Dec third cash; balance ate, 12 and is
mouths, for negotiahla notes, interest added, and
title retained till all tfce purchase nn-ney is fuliy
paid. The taxes for 1.-<k> to lie paid by the pur
chasers. PEACHY R ORATTaN,('..,„. .
POWHATAN ROBERTS,*! v "" r *'
Sale conducted by Occam A Appkkson. mh 5
liy Jas. MY. Taylor A Son, Anil's.
VALUABLE KfrAL (KSTATK ON THE
L__»tiTH SIDE OF MAIN, NEARTO PEARL
STREET. FOR SALS AT AUCTION.-We will
sell on the premises, on WEDNESDAY, tiie Ith
day of April, coamaaaciat at 12 o'clock. M.. the
valaahle nr pertv located a« stove, adiotniß£ th*
store i,l Messrs. Gardner. Cartton ft Co., am new
in the occupancy ol A! r N. o. Barton. It fronts
ou Main *i|.v.»f about 2-' ! . feet,and runa hack an
average aepth ef about 1 ii feeg.
Bein< in the \ cry heart ol the most business part
of the city, tins 1* regarded aa the asset valuable
property now mlereil. A plat may t.-e seen at the
ones of the Auctioneers.
Tbbms.—Oae-aftheashi the balance at 1. 2 and
3veirs, for aegctiabls n tea, with interest ea ed
anda-cured by trust de»d. The purchaser to pay
the taxes ;,nd insurance for lsfii).
mh it jas. m. Taylor ft son, auci'*.
PIVE Eft ILIUM; LOTS ON 17TIIOR
£ VALLEY STREET. NEARLY OPPOSITE
THE OI.DDIsriLLKRY. AT ALCTION.-We
Will sell upon the premises, on TUESDAY, the 2oth
day of March, coniiiienciiig at 4f« o'clock, P. M.,
five very pretty Building Lots on 17th or Valley st.,
near to the Old Distillery, end opposite the work
shop ol the Va. Central Railrnsd Company. Tnese
iot« front 1» feet each and run *iack .*) feet to an
Tkrm«.—One fourth cash : the balance at 6 and
12 months for negotiable nous, with interest added
and title retained.
mh It _JAB. M. TAYLOR A SON, Aucts.
r |V\VKRN AMI (KROIKKY kTAM', ill.
1 JOINING THE -YELLOW TAVERN." IN
HKNRIjL'O COUNTY. BEVEN MILES FROM
TIIKCITY. Al AL'CTION.-Tbe saesenher m
teadiag to remove to the citv,will offer for sale at
public nudum, on MONDAY, the lytli day ol
March, commencing at 11 o'clock A. M.. Ms
RESIDENCE and IAHM ia Henrico county,
miles from tiie ci:y. 011 the Brooke Turn
pike, end adjoin in* the \ ellow Tavera. The lead
M in a In tn ■•late of improvi'inent, aud particuUiiy
adapted fo the growth oi vegetables, ihe im
provements are c Dwelling Rejeee. with Ive goes!
rooms, and all accessary out bmldiags, together
with an abui (lant biipply of water. The pro ( ,erty
is valuable aa a heaiaees siasa hsTiag Beea iwed
for a tavern hud sti-re for a BBasbat 01 gears.
liiimedittcly alter the sale of the property, will
be .-Id my entire stock oi Groceries, household
sod kitchen Furniture, Crop*, Stc-a, Farming Im
plement*. Ac, Ac, consisting, in part, of Corn,
rodder. Shucks, ko.. Horse*. Cows and Hogs.
Teens.—As to the real estate, one fourth c.a»h ;
the balance at fi, IL'and is months, for negoti tble
notes, with interest added, and secured ba a trust
deed. For the personal property, all sums ol $30
and under, cash; over that amount, four months'
credit, for approved negotiable note*. wu X inter
est added. 11ENRY NEI ROHR.
Sale by James M. Tavkl A Son, Au U. inks
'PKISIEt'S SALE OF LANiI IN HAN.
1 OVER. ON VIRGINIA CENTRAL RAtL
ROAD.-I'ursuant to the provisions of „ deed •if
trust from Wm. 11. Tyler and wife, Ui.the uuder
•igncd. at the request of the beneficiary i* mid
deed. I will, on the premiee*. on the ICth day of
April, !>*«, coinmencins at 12 o'clock, sell to the
highest bidder, the tract of LAND, conveyed by
said deed, oonlatoiiig •■» eati'nation one hdadred
acres. This tract of Lsnd is oa the Virginia Cen
tra) Railroad, and adioins the landa of John F.
Cross, Jdo.-L Winsneld's estate and others, ami
is a part ef ihe tract of land lately belonging to
Charles Jama' estate.
Tikvu. -Cii-h w*M l>e required for so mm h aa
will tejMceaaary te pay the costs of sale, reeord
ibs aael deed. Ac., aad *a dtseharge the debt se
cured by said deed; as to the residue, tbe term*
will va suede known on tbe day of sale.
_ _•*•<*■ -^WAaj^T-ostee.
* , 4i^^*_!_ , __■ c, • r"
Clajr. aibotatai tbe Beeoad Market wtuZmm T to
make a change in Ins taisineas, wilfeShr Sts sale
at auction, on MON DA\f . March%eapßaaae%
**i _L n * P'niiig Room, wliieiia laaga eaoaah to
6 ff m l m '' «,ft»rß»k*d ia iheTbeat sOfla. ia
•Jidtng Crockery. O Issjsrare. 4«w>lee, the¥st'»4a
For iv Vtber pe«tiiveUc*. eaadroo !Ce ereaiiags, ar
to Ata\. Norr.prevlbultodsy of sole.
Tssm* wade kaowa ea da* of jale.
I ." j^^^y" ****** ,*"'
•» a% B. (Fee*. Aact. j
! vJTOCfc OF GRrtyfElfTEet AT All TION.
--! ~ (i n FRIDAY. KHhincL. at BTo'Hock. I will sell
at ths Blurs of D. Hbanabsa, oa Saeon Quarter
Branch, opposite Mr./oka Clash*, the stock ef
0 ROC ERIES ooatMaed w ssed seeniiae*. embra
cing ihe usual variety ef well selected goods.
At the same time. Ike lines si red lease ef said
store. |sahlf»| Ej, fl. POOR, Aact,
By i> B_ mav*m Ammt'F.
\\ ILL BE aaeLtr, svery airkt this week, a
." . auction room A*. Main strset, oosnmeaciag at
i" f ,X- VL* r £? in^P* o * *» f W Y_f)C *ll v ft. aad
Wklti A D : V^^riT^_3e.^kATT
GARs:s?fT„_Rv»_ o ; •«* FAifioV iwara
wi^honT^llilJi"'* ol tMMi VV • v m**l ■Baasnal
W D h 'F?lArT r :r_.Wßnna,J l -y Smi^M.
Bf _B_gJ ■
Knives and Fork*. Pocket Cutlery. Ca*tore. GU__J
ware. Merino Shirts. Drawers, Table Cloth*. Ose
simeres, Sed-Bpreade,Cigar*, and Fancy Goods
no* ALEX. NOTf. Aact.
BALTIMOB E ADVimTISEMIXcrrS
BA I TIMOR E ULA-S U ORg»-
Bemg in full operation with three lurnaces, we.
ar* prepared to execute all orders for WINDOW
GLASS, of all sizes, and ol the favorite and well
known BRANDS tbat we have been aianuiaotuting
l-y-r mx'een years. vis :
BO I TOff
Also. GLASSWARE, of all KINDS aad COLOKfi!
w mi- Bottle*, all kiada, I I'iekle A Preserve Jars,
Port«r Bottle*. ft v rue A Cordial Bottles,
Mineral \\ ater Bottles, | Vial* A Patent Medicine
Specie Jar*, I Bottles. Pnra'e Mould
J* lask*. 1 Ware of all kind* aad
D.ii.iji-hii*. [ Druagisu' Ulnssware.
IMPORTERS. M A 2J[A?T U* E RSAND
FOB SALB OB
FR ENCH WINDOW AND PLATE GLASS,
Alum. Roll Brimstone, | Sloe Vitrol,
Copperas, Csstile Soap, | Borux,
Epsom Salt*. Castor Oil. I Ex t. I .of wood,
BiCarbSoda, Linseed Oil, | Glue, all kinds.
Sal Soda. White Lead. 1 Varaiahes, do..
Sclerema, French Zino, Whiting, Putty,
Saltpetre, Palate A Colors. Sand Pager, Ac.
BAKER. BROTHERS A CO.,
, _, . « ami St South Charles at..
_f?J*r ,ni Baltimore. Md.
il Hr.r.i.wKiiiiiT, mi: due A to.,
*» COMMISSION PAPER WAREHOUSE,
Dealers in Printing. Writing., Blank Rook. Hard
ware and Manilla PAPERS; Bookbinders*
LEATHER and CLOTH ; Foreiysn and Domeatio
RAGS; Bleaching POWDERS; ALUM. Ac No.
U Hanover street, corner of German «treet,
lob(J. IMPORTATIONS. 1000.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS.
We wonld call tbe special attention of the mer
chants ol Virginia and North Carolina visiting our
market this Spring, to our uauaaal large stock of
Foreisrn Goode of our importation, whfoh we will
oiler .it as low prioea aa any house in the country ;
we enumerate in part:
WHITE GOODS, DRESS TRIMMINGS,
SILK GOODS. THREADS.
LIN EN GOODS, FANCY GOODS.
HOSIERY, SMALL WARES. *
_f££?t- GENTS' FURNISHING
RI BBONB, GOODB, of all kinds.
VVe have alao established a menu factory for
MANTILLAS. CLOAKS and Ladree* WRAP
PI.NGS generally, and will be prepared to exhibit.
a laree variety of these Good*, of tbe newest aty lee
and patterns, made exclusively st home. We so
licit, an examination of our stock, being deter
mined to offer every inducement to Southern buy
er* to make their piirch»see in our market.
mh 3-lm PINTER. ALVEY A ARENTB.
NO T li_3 E- TO FA X M ERS AND MER
- CHANTS WHO USE AND DEAL IN
GROUND PLASTER.-We would call voer see
oml aiteuiion to our atock, now in hand, of the
best WINDSOR SOFT BLUE PLASTER, pur
chased with special reference to the interest or the
farmer and the trade generally.
From onr long experience in the business,and giv
ing it our personal at ten tion-- eeeing that every bar
rel is well ooopered and in good shipping order, and
the Plaster thoroughly pulverised--we haxard no
thing in saying that it will be to yoar interest to
give us a call. Farmera sending bags will be fur
nished at one dollar lesa per ton. A liberal dis
count to the trade. References—Edmond, Daven
port A. Co., Jas. T. Butler, and other merchants.
n_,Ordere left in our box at Homusnn A Rob
erts, will lie attended to
J. A H. F. SHARP, Steam Plaster Mill.
noZV-em* South side of the Dock. Richmond.
NOTICE.— The attention or persons anout "to
build on the lines of the street* or public al
lets of the cily. is requested to the following ex
tract from a city ordinance concerning atreeta:
"Any peinon intending hereafter to build urerec*.
any house or other structure upon the line of any
street or public alley shall first obtain Irom tha
Engineer of the city, or in bia absence or inability
to act. irom the Superintendent of Streeia.a certi
ficate in writing, of the line and adopted grade of
such street al the place where such house or strvio -
• lire is to lie erected; and it shall tie tho duty ol tbe
Engineer or Superintendent of Street* to file, in
the Chamberlain's olfice, a duplicate of tbe said
certificate. If any person shall hereafter hnild. or
erect, or attempt to build or erect, any house or
other structure upon the line ol any such atreet or
alley, without having first obtained *uch certificate.
he shall tie fined uot less than five nor mora than
twenty dollar*." W.HILL,City Eng'r.
By order of the Commissioner* of Street* gene
>TOTICE.— The undersigned having been ea
-» gazed in ths LUMBER BUSINESS for sev
eral years tor R. 11. Whitloek A Son, legs leave
to inform his friends and acquaintances both in
town »nd country, 'h-u he baa opened a LUMBER
YARD on the corner of lath aud [Wk street*, in
rear of I. A G. B. Davenport's, and will keep on
hand all kinds of BUILDING LUMBER, SHIfT
OLEB. SAWED LATH", Ac,"for sals on reason
able I fe Zl-lm«) W. W. WELLS.
VOTH K.-AII persons having claims against
-a the estate of Bartlktt Tylkb. doo'd, are re
quested to present them to the undersigned, pro
perly authenticated, for adjustment; and all per
sois indebted to ianl estate, are requested to come
forward and settle the same without delay.
JNO. O. TAYLOR. Adsn'r.
Henrico. Feb. 9th. fe la—te
LtNE IHIKV rtllfK AM) UCRSERT
I KNIVES, VERY CHEAP.-The balance on
hind of three iiood* must be closed out previous l<»
the l«t of April—together with a large lot of fine
horn. » hue Ivone and other handled TABLE and
D ESSES r KNIVES, CAR VERS. BUTCHER sad
CooK KNIVES, m lot* to suit ftmilies and others.
Apply iiiiiuedl itelv at
E. B. COOK'S Auction Store.
_mh 8-tg 70 Main atreet.
T UMBRH FOR SAL a,.
i- PINE TIMBER, for house framing, Ac.
OAK TIMBER, lor railroad para. Ac.
POPLAR AND OAK PLANK, for tobaoct
boxes and coopers—sawed to order, and delivered
at ahort notice, from mv mill in Chesterfield, four
miieadiKtanr. WM. H. BRANDER.
Office on Basin and Cary street, between Mh
mh.«-.lin and 10th.
THE ATTENTION OF THE TRADE is
A called to—
M. L.n.nome A Son's "EXTRA FINE ORO
NOCO," Pounds, ' 4 boxes.
M. Langhorne A Son a "CITY TRADE," Pounds,
M. Langhorne A Son* celebrated "BALLIE CA
RY 'S." Poiiuda, in Ml, hoxea.
ion b.i!es REGALIA SMOKING TOBACCO. For
sale be BROWN A McCLELLAND.
_mhr-Jw lUain nank.
NO. Vt.-WOWk IVE MONTH ONLY. -OQ
BARGAINS FOR CASH. **'«'•
Contemplating mating a change ia my boausess.
IWJ&fIFVJg ."J r '" m f,,r ;in entire SEW
SPRING STOCK, I have determined to aell the
remainder of my *»ock on hand at a email advaaee
for LASH, and many article* without regard to
cost. AH who want cheap Good* will please esil
ami see lor themselves at 3) Main atreet.
_TB 17-lm JNO. L. SMI THER.
DE. OK BtUMsVEV** BPRt-le*li:'eaa"~be
taken without n't restriction of diet, aad if
used accor .ling lo directions, a cure cu»r*nteed or
i-i.,ii.-- returned. Price *>. per Nittle. dole agtate
JAS. H. I'EARCE A CO , Pniggistß.
mh 2—l in Cor. 9th and Broad streets.
OFK "JING f#l»S I*l OR N I N G-C A F
ROODS -CoM EAN D SEE. AT MA ILEaVTS.
41 Main «t.--S»JO rich Spring Dress Pattern?, very
cheap; lo.wai new Hpnnx Caheoee neat stylet: bW
n.iinUi mc French Work Collars at lesa than half
the usual price; 6M> Hoop Skirtt. real steel sartng
hoops, at le«s than half price- oesae aad see- 800
pair superfine « hits ttoekirut, for aincsanee tke
pair worth 26c.; tt» atylc* Goods for
men s sad iwys' wear, very, very cheap aad food;
*.tm yards, Sheeting. Md Snirtinge? %7i
onbleachjd cheaper than can
whaie; 3W) Caml-ne ami Mush a Sands, aailieg ed
2t.U r, r*^^ uVr* * KTaaaWalaa
styles of Goods, nruUbte for thn seeseat aad ae
v*r-'» , 2":._» ,| i2«fi h tl M '»» V» «oh| off *t .sen
SPRING AND StMMRK iTdITIVdR,
MBO.-J AM. R oK\htiAV#M Eaaaa Sr .
have opened their Spring besjaeaawsth a stack of
Staple and Fancy DR\'_OODS. w~h inatjle.
variety sad efaeapncM oannot Iw sarsessed in this
uiiirket. To examine our cttensive atock, before
making tlreir purohasea, t* Well worth the attention
>? "*! l , >a , wmst ot *"« tmMt f *»hioßßh|e Dress Coeds:
Double J use, seven and atae Fiuaaoed Rote*; the
greatest variety of Embroideries; the cheaps*! and
purest Irish'Ltneas; the aeeeet styles efSartac
Mantle* and ParssMss the keel stoeke/Dsmsatiea.
of all well known maaufsetonee. aad maai ether
country ar.Jcity will find our atock well selected,
and niaay Goods from W tv v mtiogm*. eheaaer
tbaa »vi other piece. J. AM. ROS**RSAUM.
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