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LATER FRON MEXKO.
Artl*n *f » ••*■• *larvl*.-lßterrereace sf
T " < " Bpsslsli fsaasls, Ac.
v«w obi.bam*. March •_*,*._-The Mexican
Xto ihe lit— m*t. are received.
** m Jarvta first nrsupsss tbat if .Inarea
1 .. .\i_te. the Indianoln and Wave at bia
„'°",.al he wobM iiiterce|.t the Marin ex.**.
.'*« hat »nt_*e«_BeaU** determined toparsas
urictlS nenlral comae, unless forced to do
" ! 4' r rntercc*i!i*il letter to Miramon cays the
Jf__ta!ta*erlOß*lJl threateneil by the Liberals,
' ___<v* Brtrfstaae*.
■TiJJ_ s-.vtii'h «r*sel*-of*war. Bt Saeriflcios,
_T**eii isvsral Mghta lakmg war material*
_\ __ for Miramon.
r'• > Hag* <'« inic', ssal to the French and
',**.,, ivaeals by Miraakoa, had be.«n refused
_Vrasce to the . ifv Of Vera ftn*.
•__• r-i-.irier*. an tin- steamer Marqtieie were
_ -nlifi before the Federal Ooari here to-day.
eft .igi* •
, .llfarnia Felilic«--I.lertiea ol Delegates
tslhe i hnrl r*>ton ( on » rut ion.
v ■in.''* Station. March _»--The tiver
,___! MailaiTtved yssisiS—*_, with teleicratns
!m_S«* Fr.inci«co io tbe :trd inst.
Tht' liem.-or.t'ic State t?oiivcutiott met at
»• U_aes— t»B the 99k alt. A scries of reso
' , ''. a-cre adopisd endorsinj*: the Cincin
'" .iMi.irm approvia*| of the lired Scott
!','. , ,.,i. favoring the Pacific railway, tele-
Zt__ and overland mail : lullv etnlor*.ui(*; the
f !_i •>',!.:raiti'n . approving- of the p.-iit and
nrr«en< Stat* AdtßlßtoliatlOß*, aiid dcclai ing
(i—ttel >* I)ichia*Oß it* llr.-*t choice for lbs
...'.' lei .v. but not iii-'rticting the O—Brieston
;.,..,._,':,'-'mii favor of anyone.
r_eC_arle*toß delecatea aeieeted are from
* '.•i.-i.! vMi.g-of the party, ami 11 is impo.*.*<i
_l, t 0 forvsbailsw their vets. None of them
uekBOWB to hs |*eifoetl_* hostile to Daaslaa,
\>-,_ :b>-ir election, <.reg.>ry, a positive
, i*i aad a Weller man, each ntlVred resolu
'•' v . _e( laring to t*e the last choice
,i the Convention, which were laid on the ta*
,:h \ a voteol --I to i.i. It is pretty general-
It conceded that seven of the eight delegates
mfriend*of Latham, and were elected by hi*
lafnesce.
■elegsteste Ihel hnrlriton t env.-iition.
mabftob. Va- March •_•->.—The Deeaeenu
tic Convention, of thh the Tth district, met
to-day and appointed Myers W. Fisher, of
Hampton, ami Geo BoofcHr, of Elizabeth Oity
otieti aa deletatea to ibe GB—rtaaion Ooa
tea lion. 1. .1 Hell, of Accomac, and (Ten.Tal
uf.-rro. ot iiloncester. were nppO—tted alter
_iate». A preference was uti.iiiimou**ly »*x
rn-ssed torWi*e,Bßd b I rung resolutions adopt
,, ! .i. leasing aquatter sovereignty.
Psbbvilu, March t_— The lietnocratic
C nvention ol tin*, —f* I—l district, to-day ap
4Bted Hon E W Hubbard, of Uuclitnchain,
| X bt. II <ila>«, of Lyachbarg, delegate*.
t_ the Charleston Ooavsattoa. Hon. T.S. Bo*.
. ■.! 18. .1 Worshuni were aj.pointed al
__-__,*_«. lloih detegste* are Hunter men.
t onjrr.sioiial.
IfASVnreTOB, March it.—Beu*te_ -Tke c0r
.,.,;, i.ii-ii. •■'.vith Towasead Harris, relating
r. tn. mission to Japan, was laid before the
_*eaaa*.
Abill wai passed for ihe return of uude
_-*>*•„ lettera to the writer? thereof, when
ll).' miti» ami address are aadoreed thereon.
Tbe Homestead bill was di_cna*ed.
!!n,'- The Mictiigiui couiested election
~,.,. v.a> debated.
Norlhrru -Mnrkets.
_f_W FoBB. Mtroll __.'. — i_'otfoi, heavy—.s.|e.« of
„. : »- Iplatti** middKng 11 ..: lower trades
,l_....*feil ir I almost unaajeahie rtonrancuaaced.
WlieatduH with i decliaisß tenil.nr>.' I'orn hun
fnrk ,uiet-n*e*a §-7 75<e*fl?t_*_ prime RMAT; old
*:;',T Bo—aaa* Una inn dswswaid aad tasted
tttfSSiCC i* furpetitinc it.ill at-17 cen's. Kosin
, t *ji r- R;.*.' .aist _ft i.H',- .-ts.
(',!- mobb, Marcb B**-Flonr quiet—Howard
!■• il il i*.T»—ae sales. Wheat hnii —white BIM
aI6D; rad ■•_' s.'"Jl B. Corn .lull—white 9*Oot.',
isllov r.'j7.'i' .hj weijilit. I'm: iaions nuiet — Met.-.
Pert ■»■*>. i.ritne do. .**lft: rutitj' <10. .*_>' 11 Whiskey
Ml at lie.
COI THI HN (llMMKKfl.tl. 0L10F..-
- ar,* now coiii|iilin?, and ex
tn ''" iaaoe '•' 'inn a lew months, a
BUBIN EBB n U IDE,
•rli.cli shall nontaifl the Basse* of the principal ha
.mi tsca :. th* Boath aad rtosthwest, elasxified
in Btaus. i' : toes, nr.il kin.ls "f ImsineKs Ths ls>ok
... •.. •_ in slsoalarce variety of reliable an i
in'erestm« ststistica—the whole unkini; a volume
nf «l«.iii f.>'« hondred pa.es. It will be punted on
.. ...I f i;.*" aad \>'hl! beond.
.Tkei utteud to make the 6UlDßs*com*tete as
their ;. 'vs. which are very ttreat. will enable
'..Hi!, sm! t'ner are confident they can present to
has ice m men aretiahte reference book
A« the Gatde will hue a \trec circulation, it <>r
fen ere it inducements to Merchant*., Maaafaeta
'"* .!,: utiior*. ti. btriac their business before the
, _h .
■lis limit?.l ntiid ler of advertisements will be
i reii r_wM wt*hiaf to advertise w ill plea.se
ii..... e..ri) ai'i !iL-a'ii-:i
i.KKKS H. BAUGHMAR,
W. A WRIGHT.
t_,.*-'u ii newsp-ij-ers as will coyv the above an-
RAOBcenietit, trul notice >t editoriall] . ami send a
lii •"i tfi^-ir paper eontmaing the aanoenoement
kiiil anttee, M'.i!re s se.f t-i BAU6HMAN k
WRIGHT P. 0., Box No. 499. Kicliiuuii.!, Va.,
•rill If eiit.tled to a cop-, of the Book.
■I O-dttfcewlt
T_g Ml till SF TBB BIBLB—Oa lU!f
----• DA. MnKMMi next aelssa lor thia purpose
•rillheinaurarated altue resilience ■»! Mr ii. K.
fl ICY, 9th street, opposite the City Baring.
I'iie ohject of this class will be to usee itain if it
israasnaahiotoaessieses in tbe tieneral aeaauas
uoathit I, the creator of all thinus. hath di«
ijed lessnfHia infinite and perfect wisdom in
• construction uf II a WoBB tinn of His
If, fr it 1 the nrservstioa of the works of liod and
tM pheticmeaon connected therewith, or ■_**_•
mtstttherebT. their first or clcmentarv pnnciiileß
i*tti i# reduced to what w* term aolentifu detnoa
ftrjtion.can it be poMitdatbat His woßD.ofwhiob
'•■ •ta mid. • / 'nr. macs ted mv word above all
if Sim*," aad of which I'aul sa.a, " Thj wobd
•' .' " aad lur the sin of not reccivinn tint
"in the I.ivm ol tiie trutlig' first the Antide
[B(. the* the nations ol the Gentiles, and lastly
lb*Jew?,trer* not only rejected, but punished ot
'' ■ «•• m can it be possible that God ha'li made
' "•"intelligible than In* works and their plienoin
* non *
Ine on iij.ers.tion ol all humble lovers of truth
siSiavued, at 11 o'clock A. M. mil 21—It*
U>lt'OK I V _ OF ll AM-AIII S - MAT. .I*3
■-•MAIN BT BEET.-Rich Worked Collars at
'»i._'. !7'_ aadM cents: l.iuen . tt lnrt ll.'-mn m
•_..vorth 9 cents ; Hnir Netts of nil kinds, very
" **;; lire** Trim minim and Hut tons, of theasw
■ ■•■ ...*!•; Ladiea* Straw Bonnet*, from SO sent*
"ivarda; .\linses" Shaker Hat_ sad Flats, at MH
'-■ M ..-nts ; Bonnet Ribbon* of beautiful sat
•»ni»; 'nod tour-row Rucfase. Silk Eilires, only
Swata; Millinery Gooda of ail kinds, wholesale
•atjretail; Stann* Mantilla* of the latest styles,
!''•• isandotcerarticles, e.iu.illv as cheap.—
fw BARtJAINS, eali at
IJEORGE .'ACOD.S*. .'.I Main st .
tr..,2:-1t (Mr,s. Wood)'sol.l stand.)
IIIV «.\>, «.A*»
v FIT TI KG! i
METALLIC ROOFIWO.
IIN and CUPPER WORK.
PLUMBING, etc
• ii? i-ir-f ul _r, at ins e-tahlislinient on 13fii st ,
'"•i.;*'*"-'! Vain ;.nd Cary. is prepared to do <'AS
fjTTIXti. put oa METALLIC ROOFING, make
■mremir,*!! TIN and COFFER WORK.*—dcx
* [t* i Ll MBIN.J in the best and moat BBBStaa*
'- ■m. mi er.and at the shortest notice.
»i_ ,! 'iiei_ from the city or constrv prompt ly at
•SMdto. in.!,-.i_.ini | CRAB —■ LAWIiLaY.
()'•» »o>ll.*«m**i (A.tiliV MANUrAC*
rf-»PRY_TO COUNTRY MERCHANTS AND
,»i I'ROCERS.-1 have recently buitt in the
,; ''■'»■> store a BMVSsaad. factory, frr the pur-
RJS.*** ai-kiß_ superior Refine-i Candies ol a'l
iinos. C.iuMrj inerclifinfs ami city -.rocers will
"'■ n ti. tiieir interest to hiiy candiea at my regular
•'"'.v-r'" '"fail sore, at New York prices.
_ aBTONI. aext door to Rxehaase Hank,
•nni. o*9ol ite Kent. I'aine A Co., Ij6 Alain st.
TO lot R |RV YIHItI IIA*«iT9».-rorfe"
• Bteaasi**. l'o.:ket-Books and Pocket-Wnl'eta.
_ f . f r ' redaesd srios*. We have * i.-irn- assort
j sr*H**Wßt!| porch-wed at aaotioa.emhraain*ss
» *<■)•*. sis* rtnd shape, which we can offer to
■■ rebuts at tre.t induoetnewte.
P JOUMSIXfR A BRO, Druacists.
115 Main street.
Ab*P__ ".'-••l-MV-OXALATE OF CM
__,.'' ■ Th* new iriiieilj., recently nrehcritied
(•_'*!'..'"'''■-' "Pekaaol b* pesHSSSS Simpson, o|
tutor i" '* r4f " |r '' for aajsafs and torn it tstg,
■_!__, •~* 4o 2* > ' "tlfthnl*aiesL For sale, with
!._i_t r 'V". *"'' v « ; uati!ei'liarmaceutical prepara
• »*•—_ i.fafinie.a'.r, hj
VKaUK "t BAKER, Fhsiniaceutiats,
*i "-lam atreat, corner aU.ve roet-Omoo.
F*»RI«_C_DKGAIIt_~ ~
!__*! v i._,„„ JOUVIN lILS.
_*___..- ■*'RIC_ A CO. have tust received a
TfAVfVnff.*".* •tjpXVtlWB CELEBRA
•*-»tk- L " ' ''' r *" , their own importation, to
*'._ ■_]__: '____•** v "* atteatioa of their ouaUuners
I j-, * ALK "A mt of OLD RRICK at Christ
B*»,r.._:!_*_ oa oracs street, opposite Seabrook'a
—•jus*. Apply at
BfcS ...-AMES MNTON'S Soap Factory,
L*OH - - <; " r "* r __* aad_Fraiiklin sta^
*" BAJ_T A i E ', w: ff*9* sf GROUND AIAJM
■*• *>fi*to " y '* ue '"' uo * niti*9tt
-..'!:''*'' WARWICK A BARKSDALE.
-'* 4a *X* AL A! *° iIAV.-louw'bu.helsof
•*»»3 ______*•* of M.'LL OFFAL; low
t>f —_a—SI. .•*-*, in store and for sale onau
ini._l Kt * r '"«- lj * /
" l MARK DOWNEY.
yTStAf.9 -*>4T8.-AW» bushels CORN.
_! i '*i!*- < .' AT ?' , •*•»>* ,l -»* d „ _ffi_ _y •-•
fVpUi _r-S-_! I MARK DOWN F.Y__
iv » C_!fr__w' U,J F-*"' Adamantine sad Tal
■-siioies, f„ r g _| e _.
Vu iv WM * __-__*" 3,! 80N8 -
V '^wttl^^j9BßßWm
|» 4 , 0 -_. __WM. WALLACE SONS.
•*""'c*"CincißnaU Sides sad
•«tßA_i FLEASANTS.«7Csnrst.
Jl 7*»-- 1 -«»U*ro** saserior
l_f_i__R_**_*' K ,r wle by
Rift WAJWIK * I'I.EASANTS.ITCarrst.
p^S___?-sic|i^
mmmm _9*********_m_T m X mm L I . _ ij ■
WeßMtmm
WlM^ci« E
en change for oa* with receat improvement*, or
for caah, if aold cheap. Anr one havias oas to
■tapo-e ot can addre**. through Post (Utee. B. D.
LANE, or nail on EH. CRAIGE, W Mam at.
mh2J-Sl* ——_____
WAN'TKH-A GARDENER, whowitl encage
on aharee, in a Market Garden, about two
miles lrom Richmond FOR SAI.E —A small
FARM, with good improvem**!*; alao. a No. 1
FAMJLY HORSE. Enanireat the corner of Mb
and Duval st*., north of Leigh at. mh 23—41*
« AN T E W-A MAN AG E R-Aatssl* man. -site
mm on come well recommended. to act as mana
ger on a larm and take charge ol ten hand*. Good
w-v.es given. Addreaa R. L. WALKER,
iiin23-..t* Richmond P.O.
WANTEIK-Torenta YARD, on the River or
i.anal, at Richmond. Alao. to purchase 100 -
(TO bio.'els or clean, sharp SAND; nuiat I** free
lrom soil or dirt. Apply to RJ. WHITK.C dum
bian Hotel. tuh 2S-4:*
W'^_? l oT- l _;l' _T ' , Bp,< *' r MoodWH EE L
"ARltfHl. Apply to
inh_n-2t* TIMOTHY K. KEILTY.
WA NT ED-A white or colored GIRL, to work
vl a Unit a house. Apply to E. LEROY.
mh 2.1-lt* Main at., between 19th and 20th.
SMALL BI.SINESS, with a amall ra,,ital.
haa now a chance an to do. aa I wish to diKpoae of
mv store and good*, nr the atore nlone. For fur
ther particulars apply on the premises, corner of
Broad street ,md Brooke Avenue,to IfAAC HAR
RIS, or to MARCUS HARRIS A BRO..
mh 22-t* Next to the American Hotel.
UTANTRD-At MAILERT'B cheap store. No".
*■ al Main street, one hundred good cusuimcra
rlnilv.to purchaae the cheapest Dry G kmls of all
descrirtions-such as Dresa Gswas. rmbrotderiea;
Boys' and Men's Wear; Stockings; (iloves; Sltirt
mts ant) Sfieetings; to lie closed out.if possible, by
the Ist or April. An in.medta— call is requested.
lirANTEO-IMMEDIATEI.Y-A young man
ra ol two or three yeara' experience in the
DRI'G BI SINESS, totakechargeofasmall Drug
Sore in the country. Liberal salary will lie paid
if sati.factory teatimomala are furnished. Apply
to U.S. WILLIAMS, of
mh -I*.-it 10TTS, FARLEY A CO.. Cary st.
U* ANTED—A aingle young man. who ia tho
roughly competent in the PRESCRIPTION
and retail department of the DRt<» BUSINESS,
and who is willing to devote his tune and attention
to his employ era' interests. The attuation will Iks
kept open for two weeks. Relerencea r.ir integrity
and proficiency required. Apply to
JAS. H. PEARCE A CO., Druggists.
mh 21 — ts] Cor. Broad and Sth at*., Richmond. Va.
*_*;Ar*_TEl>-A SASH. BLIND and DOOR M_\
»» KKR. Also, a CABINET MAKER. Satis
factory references required For such ns will suit,
libenl w;__«*B and constant employment will be
fives. Apply to Mr. IJ. MERCER, at the Lum
ber Yard, near Mayo's Bridite, Richmond, or by
letter addressed to v* at D-inville.
n.h 21-.lt* WK. G. LYNN k BRO.
11/ANTEO.-I wiahtohire r..r the Win»e BsT
' * phur Springs Comoanv aUm' no liIM.N..
ROOM and CABIN SERVANTS, for the enauing
Sprincsseason. THOS J. BAGBY.
General Agent. 8 Wall street,
nih2l —lm Under St. Charles Hotel.
WANTEO-UINSENG-Bv
JAS DUNLAP k CO..
_jnli 21 —3t Comer Byrd and 11th sts.
DfJA-TES-A SEAMSTRESS, to _o in tiie
v» country ;i t.-w miles Jabernl wa'.-ea will lis
paid. Apply at the VirgmiJßjlouse. mh 21—St
11/ANTFD.— Ws wiah to employ *t_r »n<ir*
VV JOURNEYMEN CABINET M AKERs
first-class workmen. None need apply but tlmse
** liv have been accustomed to tnakini: fine work,
inh 9-bt ____ BELVIN k ATKINSON.
VirANTED-300 doz. quart Champaene BOT
v v TLES, for which the highnat c;ish pnc«* will
I* paid by HALL A- MILLER. "The Hall."
Bank St.. liefweeti 9th and 10th.
For sale, 1 second-hand BAGATELLE TABLE.
mil ll»-tit
yr/ANTEB» T iinmediately, a good COOK, (col
*v ored prefdVred.; Apply to Mrs. RBES. tt'h
street, near Leit-'h. iulil:*-i.t
\I'A*ITED-Tii ilisrjoae of, by a gentleman, a
** o*4 ROSEWOOD PlaNO.of very fine quality
or tone, with lii-;,utilnl elasticity or touch, made
by one of the liest makers. Steinway A Sons. New
"_ ork—only in nee t.'irce montha. Cost 11300. Will
be sold at a b.-T_a'n. for RBI Also, a maaailiesst
HARP. Co*tf9oo. Wrtl be aold lor .*6OO. Both
may tie seen at Mr. Tayi.dk's Music _*tore. Main
street. mh J7-tit*
WAS rfeb-2AM doz. ChTmpa7ne BO i TLES
» v wanted by DUDLEY kCO ,
mhl't-ta 72 Mam st.
TI'A B T E D.--We wish ts hi7e for the OJd
v* Sw-pt gnnnga, tliirtv or forty CABIN and
DINING-ROOM SERVANTS, for the ensuing
Springs ssssaa. GOOCH A ECHOLS,
mh 6— lm
\irANTKD-L-\BOR.-Tiie .fame* River and
•V Kan'twha Company want to hire eighteen
able-bodied NUtiRO MEN to work during the
remainder of the present year on tbe repairs of
the C—naJ between tins city and Lynchburg. The
c-iinpany will pa. a lilicral rate of hire ftir the
balance or the ye.tr. nnd I'eed and clothe well, and
pay all medical attendance, rree of charne to the
owner. E. L CHINN,
mh 8-ltn Supt. .I._K. kK. Canal.
IK/ANTED— Everybody to know that I have
vv coiumeticed tlie manufacture of TRUNKS,
CARPET-BAGS, and VAI.ICES at No. M, Main
street. Richmond, where they can find a lieatitiful
assortment i.r Trunks. Valicea. and Cnrpet-Bags,
oT every style, at price.*; no low as they oan be
bought in the Northern citiea, Initli at wholesale
and retail. Truuxs repaired and Covers made to
order, at the ahortest notice.
d«.28~6m JAMES KNOTTS.
SHIPPING.
_.«**»«-_ FOX IA 1. *• M tiß . —
________J_____|_«TH R E X TI M KS A____M_K.- POW
___ HAT A N COMPA
NY.—The steamer i'EO. PEA Ri< tt
ak ii I'm rrHA.it ri will receive freitht to-day. tKRf-
DAY.) and up to the hour of 12 o'clock ■~ SAT
URDAY, the 2ltli inst.
Freisht taken to Boctoa via Ba'fimore allow
rates, with great, dispatch.
This steamer has splendid state room passenger
accommodations.
PaasagS r.nd Tare ."JS.
Passenuera will please lie on hoard lie-fore 12 ,i'clk
M.. SATURDAY,the hour of departure.
Tickets for jiassaiie procured either nt our office,
in Sbockoe Slip, opposite ttie Columbian Hotel,
or at the Steamers' wfaarvea, Rocketts.
mh 23-2t DAVID A WM, CURRIE.
BTtCA lISIUf i TTY «»F NEW
YORK-FOR BOSTON DlßßCT—Se
*********'eomd t Trip.-To sail almut TUESDAY,
27tli in«t . from City Poii.t.
Freight will lie received for her et the Towing
Company's Shed, on the Hock, SATURDAY. 24th.
Monday, 28th, and TUESDAY, 27th, up to 4 o'ciook
P.M.
Lighterage at Ship's expense.
Bills of Lading given at our otfice.
For Freighter Passage, apply to
n.li 23-4- SHIELDS A SOMERYILLE,
*_lv FORBOSfo.V-FI RBT VESSEL-
Tiie regular packet schooner SUSAN, Capt.
*BS—i—agara 0. Hn..nii<,liaviii_ a p.irtion of her
cargo engaged and going on board, will have .nick
dispatch. For balance of freight, apply to
mh _____ 0 - WM. CURRY.
\*d__. C. S. IW All. STi_ AMI SHIP
<%____ JAMESTOWN FOR NEW YORK.
_■_■■b—The JAMESTOWN. Cantata Thomas
Skinnkr, will leave here at 4 o'clock, P. M., FRI
DAY, the 2.!_! inst.
Exctirsi oa tickets issued »o go am! return by eith
er ol' the tteatuers. Stale room and meals included
for ttie very iow price of B— only.
Paaaace to New York, Meals and State-room
innluded, SlO. Steerage passage $5.
Passage to Norfolk same as by the river boats.
Freight received to-day, THURSDAY, and up to
the hourof 1 o'clock P. M..FRIDA Y. unleaaaautn
ciency fie received prior to that nour.
Consignees are requested to send for their gooda
to-day. .
Freight for Boston will be forwarded directly on,
at moderate ratea of freight, and with the greatest
dispatch.
lickem and Bertha aeoured at our office, or on
board the steamer.
mh 2_-2t _ LUDLAM k WATSON.
__,_tK rOH NEW YORK— FIRST VESSEL.
RICHMOND AND NEW YORK LINE OF
_■_—■ PACKETS.--The superior fast sailing achr.
DANVILLE, Capt. Strn Chester, having a por
tion of her cargo engaged and going nn hoard, will
have auick dispatch. For balance of freii_.it. apply
to J inh 19-ts) DAVI D k WM. CURRIE.
>,_rv FOR ST. IIAKK'S, FI_A-Thenipe-
fist-sailing schr. "CHRYSOLITE."
• sal "v_D. M. Smith, master, having the greater
portion of her cargo engaged, will have dispatch.
For remainder of canto, apply to
mh 17 - lot _\V__ D._COL<_ UITT A Co_
~~~~ FOR SALE AND RENT.
FOR RENTT-BRICK BUILDING,
fi3 FRAME STABLE and LOT, on 20th atreet,
•****-*B.i.,i-,, ier ly occupied by Messrs. Mason k Burna
as a NiMlmg eatablishment. Apply to
nih2l-tit GEO. S. PALMER.
_<_, FOR RENT-A comfortable BRICK
fXS DWELLING, on 6th street. North of Leigh
**—»trent, containing eight room* aud paaaagea,
with gaa throughout; hydrant water in tha yard, a
brit-k kitchen with two good ro-ma. and the other
usual convenience* about the premises, immedi
ate possession oan be had. Apply to
THOS. J. BAGBY.
General Agent, Wall atreet,
jin_hJW_-st_ Under St. Charlea Hotel. _
MEOR SALE OR RENT—A new HOUSE
in Sjdiiev, on Main atreet, just beyond ths old
Fair Grounds. It haa aix Rooms, with a kitch
en, and ia in nice order. Imn.edia*ej*oa*eaaion will
be given. Apply to JAMES B. PHILLIPS. Clay
atreet, between Monroe at. and Brooke Avenue, or
to S.K.PHILLIPS,
___M- At the Sheriffs Office.
_■«■_, KOO VIS FORRENT.-Two ROOMS for
BHrent. in the attic atory over tk* aulworihsr'a
****** store- JUAN PI/ZINI,
mh l*-ta No. Us Maia st__
___, FOR RENT. — Intendinr to move to the
■"country immediately. I otter for rent the
b-SSTORfe and DWELLING occupied by me on
Brooke Avenue, opposite Mr. Clash's atore. This
ia a desirable location and a comfortable house.—
To a good tenaat, ths rent will be low. Apply on
tbe premise*.
__£ FOR RE NT-One large FRONT BOOM.
—Mover Store 172 Broad atreet, below 6th. Apply
am ß oa tbs premises. _mh _y_
om**mZj9__P* r '•**» MBNT.-l havejor rent a
EBOUt-K. aituated near Mr. Jamea Tyler's nn
■■a.Uuion Rill, containing lour rooms, kitchen,
oosl - bnnss, Ao. Rent to a good tenant will hs rea
sonable. __ __ ro.btTyne,
AfSßt for Hinni Out Negroe*.
___ „___^l_a*lt&
mm\u a f&nMtt**m\te. F KW **4 BMCOHD
of •Mftrtj^^^
_•_*-_ _ Nsat to ths Amsrioaa Motet
_*fc WOH. RENT.-The larm FACTORY on
flCary atr**t. latween lothanj Ilthstfasss.s_aff
aamDualo*, M-menrs A Co.'a. auiiaM* for tTo*
linesi Factory, W*r*ho_tse. or Manufactsriag Es
tahlishinent. _. __
fsiv-ts ._f X <1 9__.
____ m r fcf»T_ r *"iO*«h *_""''•• <n Main
__Ist-svt. r.owneeu-|*d b> Wm. F. liufler ft r*oo.
■ro, *»>o* gj on 99 t^EfMr
f_m999Bßß9mßßßßmmh*^
▲trcnon lA.n
4i ______E-_£i2S-I
My Osddhßkftßßsrssa, Aaet**.
venisotlv located RESIDKNCk. now ,* \hV .__.
paacyof Dr Jamea Bolton. frostißK nn the north
aide of Grace atreet »*. feet, running back in eet
to an alley, ia common. IK (bet wide" W Teas
ment ts tiires »t.*rie* above Itaaement. and con
•iins II rooms, tn addition to bath room. Iteaidea a
kitchen eontaininir 4 room*, and a brink stable and
carries* house on the allay m rear. The Honae is
Imilt of the beat matenr.la. and ha* recently lieen
put in a complete state of repair. The window
sills, cars and cornice are made or iron, and the
front suiter lined with copper. j t j, f urn „ he 3
with every modern convenience, such aa cook in
rati„e,warm sir lurnace, l.atn-room,water clo.eta
___L_&**?*- 9*)_f**9*os]f,999k»t with its elevated!
healthful position and agreeable neigbtwrhood
render it one of the moat deairable resideneeain
tLeday of a*re. PtOP<rtT *** X " ,n, » eo *« d **'<'«
TgKM* -One-fourth caah ; balance at 1. S and 3
years, for ns_«tiabh_ note-, interest added, aeenred
by a trust deed. The taxea and inaurance for I*M>
to be paid by the purchaser.
„ _ „ __*™_58 * APPERSON. Aucts.
P. 11.-__r.mi in in given let July next.
mU 9% G. A A.
CO**IMIft«.IO'«EBVSALE«f VALI ABI 9
BUILDING LOTS IN THE TOWN OF "ft"
."___J !L P "* I * B ___ to . *• decree of Ibe County Court
ot H-nrico, entered on the 9th day of April. Ufa,
in the caae ol Mary Bergman ./ ols. vs. Wm.
1-oikea. guardian ad Hum of Alienate and Chat.
Bergman, ftc. the subscribe-*, the Special Com
miSMotiera.duly appointed, will proceed tose'lat
W_%__*____*9o%lhm premisea. on SATUR
VA\ , the 2l»h day of March. I**., at _t__ o'clock P.
M..a number or valuable Building Lots, in the
plan or the town of Fulton, or which »he late
hrcderick Bergman died seized and possessed —
1 tiese lota are admirably aituated Tor huildtnts pur
poses, and several of them contain, it i-aaid, moat
excellent and valuable clay for making bricks -
Ihe location*, and number* of these lot* can lie
852.'•'P*"* •** "Pplicatmn at the office of Messrs
I'oddtn ft Apperson, where a map of the property
may be seep. *
Terms.-One-third cash; balance at 4 and 8
months, for negotiable notea, liear-ng intereat,
title retained until the last note ta paid.
W. BOIIDIN. !«___.__
. ___. PH. AYLETT,. Coni •*■
Sale conducted by Goniuj. A Aitrbsoi., AucU.
mh 23
VALI ABLE Bl SI NESS STANO ON THK
SOUTH SIDE OF MAIN. BETWEEN Ktb
AND2IsTf.TRKETS,FORSALE AT AUCTION.
At the reqneetof Mr. Henry Wallenstein. we shall
sell at public auction, on the premises, on MON
DAY, the 2d of April. l-M), at 4.', o'clock. P. M .
that largo FRAMED Bl'l LDINO and the LOT on
which it stands, located as above, and heretofore.
lor many years, occupied as a store and dwelling
by Mr Isaac Solomon. The lot fronts 32 feet and
runs back 102 feet. The property now rents .or
B—o per annum. The location is regarded aa an
excellent one Tor busineas purposes.
IV a.-*■*.-One fourth cash; balance at 3. 6 and
'.» months. Tor n»--.>tinl.le notea, intereat added, se
cured by a trust deed, or title retained The taxea
for l-JoO to be paid by the purchaser.
J_thM_ GODDIN A APPERSON, Auct'a.
By 1. A G. B. Davenport, Auct'*.
I'ROIERIKS, Ac, .\T AUCT I ON.-On
V THURSDAY.»Ih March, we will sell, at 10
° c' r 'ck, at our auction atore, an assortment of
GROCERIES, viz:-
PeiinedSl'i.AßS.
New York SYRUP.
Western B aCiN SIDES and HAMS.
SOAP. CANDLES. STARCH.
Manufactured TOBACCO.
I'tire Molasses RIM.
Re-t__.es WHISKBV.
French BRANDY.
PORTER. CLARET WINE.
Oreen and Back TEAS.
Tannera' OIL.
-ALSO
-4CO Sides SOLE LEATHER.
Tbbm*.—Under 511*0. cash; SUV and over, 4
months' credit, for approved negotiable payer,
mh 23 1. _________ DAVENPORT. Aurt*.
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS. AT Al 4*.
T(ON.-OnTHrRSDAY,2!**h March, we will
aell. at 11 o'clock, at our auction store, I'm cases
BOOTS. SHOES AND HAT.**.
TmtMs.-Over ..lo.', ninety nays' ctedit, for ap
proved paper,
mh S3 I. k G. H. DAVENPORT Au.-ts._
By Duillop, Yloiuiire bt Co., And**..
CARGO S\LK OF PORTO RKO SI'OAR
AND .MOLASSES. AT AUCTION.-On TUES
DAY , the 27th inst... commencing at 11 o'clock, we
will sell at our Wharl and Warehouse, at Rock
etts. the cargo of the brix Isadora, lrom Porto
Rico., witn
Attb-*'. Prime and choice quality BUGARS.
■•0 hhds. choice qttility MOLASSES.
Will t«e added to the safe,
75 hhds. prime and choice quality N. 0. SU
-90 hhds Muscovado MOLASSES
TKR.Yt« —Under ..100, cash; over •_ ICO,I montha'
credit, for approved negntiab'c paper.
B_» Sale witho-.it regard to weather.
iuh2l DUNLOP, MON CURE A CO.. Auct'a.
By ft. 11. fee la, Auct'r.
HORSKS. MOLKa BIOOV, Ac, AT
AUCTION .-On SATURDAY. 2tth instant, at
in o clock, I will sell at tbe lot on Council Cham, er
Hill, several Saddle and Hames* Horse*, auionest
which may be found two verj lari_e Work Horses,
ti years old, of hue action ana size.
—ALSO—
C jounc.well broke Mules, 1 Bucgy and Har
ness, 2 Furniture Waeoas, several Mich Cows. lie.
E. B. COOK Auct'r.
ADDITIONAL.-Will lie added. 1 Open flaggy
and Harness, 1 Sslkev, in good order; 1 one horse
Carnage, with oval classes, to bs sold without re-
[nth 23| E. B. COOK, Auct'r.
By Alex. Nett, Auct.
TRAM SALE OF DRY HOODS. Ac Will
be soldat aaotioa. at nay store,on TUESDAY
tnorn>n_ next, the 27th inst., commencinc at 10
o'clock- a large and deairable stock of sea -unable
DX V GOODS,vis:—_»_■ eres Cassimere sodCsMi
netts: tssieses Tweed Cassimere; 60 pieces Slicp
ard'a Pla d*; 50 pieces Linen Drill; 10 pieces Linen
Damask; 20 pieces Pillow-Case Linen; 25 extra
tine Brocha Shawls; *M_doß3a brown and mixed
Half rinse: So dosen Linen 1 Bosoms, and many
other articles not necessary to mention.
Tehms.-- All sums under *y 50, cash; over ItSO.aix
tv uavs' credit, for approved negotiable paper.
Also, will be sold, cm account of Couimonwealth
of Virginia. 56 Army OVERCOATS.
Terms. -Cash.
inh a ALEX. NOTT, Aaefr.
1 ho tv ti*. \V. Keesie, Auct.
[Office corner of 12th and Cary streeta.)
_■*•___ HORSKS, M.t*l_*RS ANI» IVAGON
*Cy!jFOR BALK AT Alt TION -Will be sold,
* a ' u -i'*i SAI UK DAY morning. 24ch inst., coin
mencire at 10 o'clock, at the florae Auction Lot,
Council I'hn in ber Hill.seveial Saddle and Harnesß
HOHBES, MULES, Ac. Alao. one STREET WA
UON, in go.d order,
mh 23 _________ _• KEESEE, Auct'r.
U PRI NO SUPPLIES OF St IIOOL BOOH*.,
•J rAI'_:R, BLANK BOOKS, PIANOS. MUSIC,
Ac, Ac.
A. MORRIS, Bookseller. Publi.hhr and Station
er. No. 97, Main street, is now opening his regular
stock ol FRESH OOODS, consisting of
1,000 Goodrich** new and beautiful SCHOOL
READERS, reviaed by Noble Batlar,A fit,
in six iarts. The best and most attractive
series of School Readers ever published, and
moreover, altogether Southern in their en
gin. iSuntii<*rn in their tone, and ol Southern
mannfacture.
1,000 CROZETS ARITHMETICS, two part*;
Companion to the above, deaigned to aid in
furnishing teachers ard parents with a series
of School Books of home make.
500 dozen Webeter's ELEMENTARY SPELL
t__*t_
400 Mitchell's, Smith's and Olnej'a GEOGRA
PHIES.
500 Butler'a Improved ENGLISH GRAMMAR.
600 Smith', ARITHMETIC and GRAMMAR.
500 Walker'aand Wehster'a DICTIONARIES.
HO noes SONNET BOARDS.
200 dozen SLATtS. assorted sizes.
l.i*o Mc'iut-ey's ECLECTIC READERS, 5 part*.
1 000 grosa S rBEL"PENS, various make*.
500 Pocket BIBLES and TFSTA.MB-NTi*; 100.000
pages SHEET MUSIC, for the Piano, Out
tar. Melodeon- Violin.Ac.: 10 n«J quire* cheap
halt bound ACCOUNT BOOKS.
100 dozen BLACK INK, assorted rizea; 100000
buff ENVELOPES.
1.000 reams Can and Letter PAPER.
300 reama WRAPPING PAPER, and everything
else in my line in quantitiea. inh 17—tit
NEW TRIMMING AND FANCY GOODS
STORE, NO. 21, MAIN NTREET-We take
leave *o inform tbe Ladies of Richmond and i icin
lty, that we have just opened au entire new and
very fine aasortment of DRESS TRIMMINGS,
MANTILLAS, LACES, VEILS. RIBBONS,
FRENCH FLOWERS. MILLINERY and LA
DIES' FURNIBHINU GOODS, in general.
Many years of axperience. and connections with
the b at wholeaalMiousea in this country, wi I en
able va to furnish always what is new and desira
ble, and to otter our good a at the lowest m.'irket
pneea. lnih2o-lm| KAYTON A PLAL'T.
•TO CARPENTERS, BRICKLAYERS,
1 PLASTERERS AND PAINTERS.-Propo
aala will lie received at the office of the City Engi
neer until 12o'clock M., on SATURDAY next, the
24th mat.. for the Carpenter's Work, Brick Work,
Plastering aud Painting required in the erection
of an ALMS-HOUSE for tbe oity of Richmond —
Bid* will be received for each kind of work sepa
rately, or for the cn 1 ire work in the aggregate —
Flan* and specifications of the work can be srsa
oii application at the office of the undersigned,
where all farther information oan bs obtained.
By order of the Committee,
mh lir-td W. GILL. City Engineer.
THE CREDITORS OF THE ESTATE OF
A.J. KIHN, whose claims I have l*ea author
ized to say by a decree of the Circuit Court of
Chesterfield, pronounced at October term, 1«59. in
the suits of Roberta' trustee va. Knha. et ala.,
Roberta' guardian va. Knhn. et ala.. aad Taylor
vs. Knhn'sadia'r, Ao.jb-iII pleaae call on ins for
eettieaient _ C. C. McRAE,
mh 20-lw* **- Special Commissioner.
DOC——AND LIME.—We are daily expecting
X a cargo of Frsah ROCKLAND LIMB, which
we will nil on good term*, from ths Dock.
Ws bays also ia •tor*, and for aale low, TAR.
SITCH, OAKUM, aad a general assortment of
lantllaand H-m* ROPB. amiall gooda intheSh ip
Chandlery batnness. -T_|Y A BURTON.
tah Corasr —Hh and Cary strsets.
CE-LING AT RAHUCEO PHtCBB.-l am
miMTaK%V7. fain:
KittSkb, No. 175 Broad atrssL Psraocaia want
o?suobTartkls* will c*rUialy lad it to thsir iatsr
*?, jtf R. WATRON. Tn-*-*.
NOtTCE.-l hsvs oae HAY PRESS aad ons
VTHRAT MOWKt. is ststa. that ha-1 heea sa
ititnii lor BBward* of two y**£■_. bow. this into
_%_^Wr^mpi
ton io put »«••-• •-._.„„ , tUI C „- rtrsata.
Richmond. March 2rt. i»». _ mkßh-4t___
nrNW _F-»M1.".-Wet»ave in •*orm.*n* will k«f>»
1 constantly on hand, *BpeTior TIN IOIL, to
which w« invito tb* B y 00.,
ft ii -«i !»♦• ITMff ami tit
—- _.U_ ■ >__. 1 in li
_ ATlXmO* ktALW*.
Fu f VRg DA yg
By Richard * aathsra, Aact'r.
STOIR SALE "or OK «»t. FRIES. EH
TURKB, A« . AT AUCTION-STORISAND
D W ELLINO FOR RENT ON DAY OF BALE.-
In eonseqnerce >-f ra» railing health, I have deter
mined to diasontina* buain***. aad in furtherance 1
of this obiec. shall rant at snhlie auction, on 1
TUESDAY. 27th inst.. at lOo'elnek. oath* pram
laea, my comam-diona brick DWELLING nnd 1
STORE, on Main, betveen Uth and 28th atraets. ;
built for the special convenience ef a Orncer. Af
ter renting out the Store, I shall sell at auction,
for caah. mv large aad well-selected assortment
of's HOC ERIES, consisting of Li Manet" all kinda, ,
Coffee. Sugar. Rice, Tobacco, Cigar*. Candle*.
Soap. Ao ; a fine assortment of Crockery ware: a
Urge lot of Boots. Shoes. Slippers, Ac. ; Counter,
Show-Case, and 2 Platform fcales. Counter do.,
Ac. JAMt-8 P. NEAGLE.
Sale conducted hy R. CarrnoßM. mh 22
TRUSTEES' SALE OF HORSE AND '
a WAGON. -A* trustee* inadeed from John F.
Barnes to v«. we ahall. on SATURDAY, the 2lth 1
day nf March. 1860, at the Horae Lot, on Council
Chamber H'll, sell at public auction, to the lushest
bidder, a HORBE and WAGON.
Tk,mi Cash ...
JOHN G. Wfl.f.l_lM«l T
E.NANCE, , < Truatee*.
R. C*t<Tiioßs. Auct. mh 21
By Robert B. ___**__ Anct.
A SMALL FAK.-vl. tONTAINING FIVE i
AND A HALF ACRES. ON THE OSBORNE
TURNPIKE.!'. MILKS BELOW RICHMOND,
FOR SALE AT AUCTION.—I will sell at public
auotion.cn tbe—day nf APRIL, (if fair: if not,
the next f.ir day thereafter.) at 12 o'clock, upon
the premises, that very desirable little Farm, con- '
taming _ acres situated as described aliove, ati
j' inintr the lands of R. Mills, Jaa. Throgtuorton
and others. It produce* well ol the usual cropa,
and ta admirably adapted for a market garden.—
The improvements consist of a trained dwelling '
with the usual out. haaaaa, all in good order. The
location ispeirectly healthy. eocie'y rood.andcnn
venier.t tochurche.t.irseveral denominations and a '
in.i.l gristmill. It ran lie purchased privately before
the day of sale ', if .sold, due notice will he given. '
The premises will be shown by Mr. Childress, who
resides on the premises, anil for terms. Ac apply
to RO B. LYNE.Aucr ,
Office in Basement Metropolitan Hall.
_mh22-dtds
«j J.M. Dl-jfe... Anct. '
CATALOGUE SALE OF LAW . MEDII'AL
AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS AT At'C
TIO.N.-On SATURDAY AFTERNOON, March
2d h. at 4 o'clock, at auction room 86 Main street.
The stock comprises a library of valuable LAW
BOOKS; and the MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS will '
comprise the heat selection ever offered in tluscitv, .
they being a selection from the liest English and
American authors. The catalogue embraces some
_H volume* of valuable Books, nnd will lw a good
opportunity for members of the Legislature and
others to get valuable Books for their libraries.
Catalogues ready on mornimr of sale.
D. F. Booth. Salesman. J. H DIGGER, Aaa*.
N. B.—The catalogue will be sold through with
out reserve.
After s-vle of Kooks'will lie sold 2.". fine Oil Paint
isga. injßne gold gilt Domes. _mh 22—td
By E. It. leek, Aaet.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF STOUR OF DRY
GOODS AT AUCTION.-By virtue or a deed
of trust to the subscriber by Ceorire B. Btghv, and
«'uly recorded in the Dustings Court of the city of
Kichmond, I will proceed to sell at the store of
siid Geor>.eß. Hagby. No. .11 Main sfreetm MON
DAY . April 2d. at I*o'c'ock, the whole of the
stock contained in said store, consisting of Cloths,
Casmmetes. VestuiKS, Martinets, Kerse.s. Calicos,
Dress Goods. Flannels, Cottons, and in fact the
variety usually found in a well-resula'ed DRY
liOODS establishment.
At 12 o'clock the unexpired lease of said Store
will tie sold Ui the hi.:lies' bidder.
The trade is requested t» attend, a* the Goods
are fresh and well assorted.
Tbrms —All sums under ..100, cash; over that
amount, 4 month*-' credit, lor notes sat is factor ly
endorsed. Sll_AS L. JOHNSON, Trustee.
Sale conducted by E. B Cook, Auct'r. mh 21
TMUSTKE'S SALE 9W -A!_jß IN M__H>
I OVER, ON VIRGINIA CENTRAL RAIL
ROAD.— Pursuant to the provisions of a deed of
trust from Wm. H. Tyler and wife, to the under
signed, at the request of the beneficiary in said
deed. I will, on the premises, on the loth day of
April. 18A0. commencing at 12 o'clock, aell to the
highest bidder, the tract of LAND, conveyed by
aaid deed, containing by estimation one hundred
acres. This tract of Land is on the Virajnia Cen
tral Railroad, and admins the lands of John F.
Cross, Jno. J. Wingfield's estate and others, and
is a part of the tract of land lately belongin,; to
Charles Jarv is' estate.
Tbbm*.—Cash will be required for *o much aa
will be necessary to pay the coats of sa'e, record
ing said deed, Ac, and to discharge the debt se
cured by said deed; as to the residue, the terms
will be made known ou the day of sale.
mh fi-dtd R. O. DOSWELL. Trustee.
By William Pannill. Auct'r,
(Bank Va.)
♦IP*""* __. _*» *■ 9 99 BTB AMBO \ TS,
_(!_______s____»A»KS. Ac. AT AUCTION.-On
I-—*-—aa_i=»THURSDAY,22d inst.,at 12o'clock,
at our wharf, in Petersburg, we shall sell at auc
tion, without reserve, the STEAMER W. W.
TOWNES. seven ARKS, a set or WAYS, a COAL
SCOW, SHED. OFFICE and OFFICE FURNI
TURE, BLOCKS, RIi.iJINCS, CRANE DER
KICKS, a pair of HOUSES, well broke for hoist
ing cargo, and many other articles too numerous
to mention.
Terms at sale. PANNILL A CARTER.
Wm. Paxnili.. Auct'r. mh 11-3t,_wfds
POSTPONEMENT.—The aliove aale is post
pored to FRlDAV,.'tilth 111st..at 12 o'clock M.
_l_ili2J P. A C.
By TBos. W. Keeare, Auct.,
(Office corner 12ti. and Cary streeta.)
' ISTiBkA" SALE OK RICH-
CARRIAGES. ROCK
J'v_--S*__AWAYB, BAROUCHES. BUGGfES,
WAGONS, Ac. kv.. AT AUCTION.—The suii
aeriber, having to remove from his present place
of business, will sell, on WEDNESDAY, ..larch
_W. coininancing a. 11 o'clock, on Broad, lietween
..th and Gth streets, his stuck of
RICHMON D MA DE CA R RIAG ES,
consisting in pait of—
Four and six-seat CARRIAGES,
Four and two-seat ROCK A WAYS,
Four and two-seat BUGGIES.
Two second-hand CARRIAGES, 'nearly new,)
Second hand BAROUCHES and BUGGIES,
Sprinc WAGONS, with and without tops.
The above work is all of the best quality, and
warranted the usual time.
Tt._i.ii>.—For all sum., under .«lt.). cash; over
that amount, 4 months' credit, for approved ne-o
tiable paper. GEORGE F. SMITH.
Sale conducted by Tims. W. Kkb**ks. Auct'r.
mh 13
ADDITIONAL.-Will be added to the above aale.
a Concord built WAGON, superior to any wagon
ever .-tiered for sale in this «-it>. the owner having
no use r.»r it. THOS. W. KEESEE,
iiihlri Auctioneer.
A~ D ITA ftllFs"" SALE Of VERY
VALUABLE SLAVES.-Will be sold at pub
lic auction, on THURSDAY, the 29:h dtv ol
March, I_6o, at the late residence- of R. Omo.mn
tlro.Sr., deceased, situated la the county of Flu
vanna, and within three miles of Columbia, all the
slaves belonging to said estate seventeen in num
ber, vtz: MEN and WOMEN, BOYS aud GIRLS.
These slave* are likely and valuable farm hands,
and w.ll 1* aold on six months' time for negotiable
not.'s. aatisfactonlv endorsed, with interest add
ed, payable at the Farmers' Bank of Virginia, at
Richmond. R. OMOHUN DRO, Jr.. Adm'r
mh H— A v.cwtds* or R. Omohumißo. deed.
PUBLIC SALE O~F VA L L .CB~LIf. 1 E
GROES.—By virtue or a decree of the County
Court ol" Orange, rendered at the February term,
MM, ia th* suit of Cooper and others vs. Lancas
ter ami others. I will otter for sale at pnblic auc
tion, at Orange Court House, for cash, in front of
Yates A Cullen's Hotel, on MONDAY, the 2Gth
instant, three valuable NEGRO MEN, two of
which are young and very hkelv.
WM.C. MOORE, Sr.,
mh 10-2tawtds Commissioner.
««_ __ i- -OTTCP T_ OWNERS
.__. OF BLOODED STOCK.
* m undersigned will re open
TRAINING STABLES.
rfi _T ______ Xt the ASHLAND RACE
COURBE, on the IMb February. 1859, and will then
tie prepared to reoieve HORSES for the purpose of
lie me trained.
1 have employed as Trainer Wx. E. Ellis, one
of the best and most reliable Trainers 111 the State.
TBBM*:
When the owners of Horses furnish Rubber and
Rider, and Clothing, Ac, the term* will :.e 91.2s
per day.
When the Trainer furnishes every necessary in
training, $2 per day.
AM expense* of traveling to and from Ashland, or
to any othor Course, to be paid by the owner.
N. A. THOMPSON,
ja 2t".-2awts Secretary Ashland Jockey Club.
/anaaasji E. (MTHRK.HT Fl'R**ilTUKE
fIBfWARKHni'SK. ON GOVERNOH ST..
_____ BETWEEN MAIN AND FRANKLIN.
______a__hnri on hand at thi** time the largest and
•••••■^■■■••■heatstock of FURNITURE h* ha* ever
ii tic red to !us friends and the public—a large portion
of which being CITY-MADE—winch he pledges to
sell lor lees profit tban heretofore. Painted, Im
itation and Solid <»ak. Walnut. Maiuxany and
Rosewood CBAMBER SUITS, from $25 to 9100',
all style* Marble Top TABLES: also, WARD
ROBES, from SIOup;TETE A-TETES.DIVANB,
SOFAS. In.in il3 up to $75; Jenny Lmd BED
STEADS, from _■:> to $75; beautiful Brocatelle,
I'lusb. I aiting and Hair Cloth PARLOR SUITS
also, COUCHES and BED LOUNGES.at twenty
five per cent. le*s than can be purohaaed else
where; in fact, his stock embraces every article
usually kept in hi* line. Call nnd examine
for yourae.ll. and ace how much you oan aave be
fore pur.-liasitig elsewhere- Alao, a large aaaort
ment of Recumbent, Invalid. Arm. Easy and Re
volving CHAIR* MATTRESSES, Hair and
Bhuck, and mh 21-d3m
""___ WM. HOLT RICHARDS©*.
salt MERCHANT TAILOR.
_P_ lint BT.O_-rol.iTß Exch*■*<_« Hotel,
■NP Would moat respectfully Inform hia
——■-friend* aad cuatomsrs. aad ths public geae
rally, that he i* now in receipt of hi* stock ef
Spring and Summer Goods, coaatsting of tb* nasal
variety of CLOTHS. CA_*BIMERES aad VEB l'-
INGB. which he would be happy to make up tn the
most superior style, sad oa rssaoaahts term*.
mhtl-lw _■
_____ _K-_ALHAMBRA MOTEL.
-v ■„__ -PKAIL'IITRBET.
•yillf Th*re will he *erved np every dajr.at
11 o'clock, at the above hotel, a FREE
LURCH, to which th* pubho are iavH
ted. It will certainly,compare with any Lunch
Prspnetsr.
*r\ VIROINIA BA-OON.
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■^tff^ te "-' g^T|fi_ y Q_TR.
HAVtHd.fi H%Y!-M» hals* food HAY ia
•itnle and for sale by
ml. H-i* R__B WHtiLOCH k B£__.
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Br ias. M. Taylae ASsa. Aact's.
TWO ERA M _ I* T».i.-_*lEflTl AM»
I LOTB. NEAR DUVAL STREET. AT ACC
TTON.-ws will aell. at tbe risk aad eoatof Da
vid Kraft*, lhe former ptnch-iser, who ha* tailed
to com pi v with the tern.* of rale, aeon the premi
ses, os MONDAY, ths l«th dsy of Maroh' com i
lasacisß at 4 L _ o'clock I. M . two Framed Tene
rdents, on a cross atreet, between Duval and Ba
ker atreeta. aad nearly opposite the iste residence
of Jacob Shook, deed.
T*BM*.-One lonrtheaah; the balance at 4. Sand
12 moßtha. for negotiable notes, with intereat add
ed, and aeeured by a tni»t deed.
mh Jt __ A 8 **• TAYLOR A SON, Anils.
BRICK HOUSE AND LOT AT THB '
80UTHWKST CORNER OF MARSHALL
AND MUNFOBD STREETS. AT AUCTION.-
By th* leanest ol th* owner, who reside* in Penn
sv 1 vania. we will aell upon the premises, on TU_S
DAY,the 27th of March, 1-WO, commencing st i'_
o'clock I' M-. a brick Bonae and Lot. located aa ,
above, immediately opposite the residence of Mr.
Francis T. label.and now in the occupancy of Mr.
George Burnett. It contain* 11 room*', with a lame
brick kitchen, stable. Ac, and a well of good
water. . .
The Lot front* atioat 33 fact. and runs hack 100 ,
f-et to n wide alley. The Honse i* insured for
•2 000
Tun***.-One fourth eaab; the balance at 4. 8
aad 12 montha. for ne,otiaule notea. with intereat
added, and aeeured by a truat deed
mh 20 JAS. M. TAYLOR A SON, Aucts.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE ON THE
BOUTHSIUEOF MAIN, NEAR TO PEARL
STREET, FOR SALE AT AUCTION.-We will
sellonthe premises, on WED.N_.SDaY, the tth
day of April, commencinc at 12 o'clock. M., the
valuable pr perty located aa aUive, adjoining the
store of Messrs. Gardner. Carlton A Co., an** now
in th* nceupanov of Mr N. C. Barton. It fronta
on Main street about 11% fact, and rune back an
average depth of about 1 0 feet.
Being in tne very heart ol the most buaineaa part
of the city, thia ia regarded aa the most valuable
property now ottered. A plat may be aeen at tbe
office of tlie Auctioneers.
Tbrms.—One-fifth sash : the balance at 1. 2 and
3 years, for negotiable n tea. with interest ad .ed
and s'cured by truat deed. The purchaser to pay
the taxes and insurance for 1860.
nihil JAS. M. TAYLOR A SON. Auct'*.
\7ALUABi__ REAL. -STATBf AT THE ,
SOUTHEAST CORNER OF CLAY AND Grn
STREETS, AT AUCTION.-The aubaenber bav
in* purchased elsewhere, will ofler for sale, at
public auction, upon the premises, on THURS
DAY, the fi'h day of April, commencing at 4,'_
o'clock P. M.. his present reaidence, located at the
southeast oorner of Clay and 6th atreeta, and ad
jacent to the Second Market.
The improvemenU are a dwelling containinr
nine rm ins. closets, Ac. The lot fronts 21 feet and
runs hack 120 feet to a wide alley. The premises
are supplied with _aa and water.
The location or thi* propert* render* it valuable
for a dwelling or for business purposes.
Tbbms.—One-sixth cash; the balance at 6,12.18,
21 and 30 months, lor nneotiable notes, with inter
est at ded. and seen red hy a truat deed The pur
chaser to pay the taxes and insurance for ItftiO.—
Possession given immediately.
JOHN O. BTEOER.
Jas. M. Taylob A So*,', Aucts. mh 16
COM .MISSION K.K'N BALM »F REAL
ESTATE ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF
FRANKLIN. BETWEEN 13rH AND Uth STS.
As Special '""onimiHsioner, appointed by a decree
ol the Circuit Court of the city of Richmond, pro
nounced on the Itith da> of February, I*l6o, in the
ease styled Foots et. als. vs. Thompson et. at* .
the nndersiened Commissioner will proceed tosell,
upon the premises ou WEDNESDAY, the l*Uh
day of April, coiniuenciiu at 12 o'clock v., the
valuable LOT located on the South side of Frank
tin. between Lit It and ll*li streets, and immediate
1\ opposite Metropolitan Hall, with an old
FRAMED BUILDING thereon. It fronts 28 feet
and run* back about 100 lest.
Trbms of Sale—Enou h in cash to defray the
expenses of ths decree, and the additional sum of
five hundred dollars, with leal interest thereon
from the 16th day ot October. lb&S, and vne residue
in two equal instalments, on a credit of Sand 12
months, the purchaaergiviiii: bonds bearing niter
est from the day of sale for the deterred payments,
and the title to he retained until all the purchase
nionev is paid and it is ordered hy the Court; the i
t .Acs lor lsr.o to be paid hy the purchaser.
DRIIRY WOOD. Special Com'r.
Jas. M. Tavi.ok A Boa*. Auctioneers.
N. B.—.r the aliove-named sale should he pre
vented by the inclemency of the weather, the same
will tai* place at the hour and place named, on
the next auitab'e day thereafter, (Sundays except- i
cd.) _____ inh 21
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF KM—- ES
TATE IN HENRICO COUNIY.-As Special
Commissioner, appointed by a decree of Henrico
County Court, pronounced on the 16th day of
March, —tin. in the case styled Wood et als. vs.
Valentine et als.. I will proceed to sell upon "he
premises, on THURSDAY, the 19th day of April,
commencing at t o'clock P. M. a lot ot LAND on
25tn street. Union Hill, uetween M and N street.,
fn ntini _S Toet and running lock 122 feet, loan al
ley 20 leer, wid*, and nearly opposite Leigh Street
Baptist Church.
I mined lately after the ahoy*. say commencing at.
4*. o'clock, TWO ACRES OF LAND, between G
and Hand 31 I and ;uth streeta. near Bloody Run !
Sprine. and opposite the residence uf R. H. Lor- '
ton, Esq.
On FnIPAY. the 2uth day of April, 1860, com- l
menc:n_ at 4J_ o'clock P M., on the premises,
NINE AND A HALF ACRES OF LAND, on the
plan of Marion Hill, bounded by McCoul. Fisher
and Scott, street* and Almond's Creek, adjoining
the property or Jos. .1. Pleasants. Ea_.
Immediately after, TWO ACRES OF LAN D m
the above plan, described as Lot No. 71, and ad
joining th** lands of R. H. Sty 11. Esq.
Tkr.m oi Bails —One-third oash ; the balance
in two Basal instalments, on a credit or ti and 12
months, the purchaser limn* notes, with interest
added, and title retained until ordered hv the Court.
DRf ! RV WOOD,
Special Commissioner.
Jas M. Taylor A Sox, Aucts.
N. 8.--11 the sales above named should be pre
vented by the inclemencvorthe weather, the **iwe
will take place at the hours and place * named above
on thi next suits—l* day (*_uiidav excepted i there-
| mh 211 DRU RY WOOD. Com'r.
Hy l-oddi-i te Apperson, Auct***..
f*I>MMISMONEKV ».VI_K OF YALUA.
vy RLE REAL ESTATE, SLAVES. Ac. IN AND
ADJOINING THK TOWN OF MANCHESTER.
As CoTinissioners. -tppointei by a decree i>( the
County Court nf Chesterfield.pronounced at March
torm. I,**>io in the case ol Wood and Grant au'st
B. J. Siaer, Ac, we shall proceed to sell at public
auction, on the premises, on WEDNESDAY, the
4th April, Wo, at .'i'_ o'clock P. M.. (if fair; if not,
the next fair day.) ihe following: valusble REAL
KSTATK, SLAVES. Ac . viz :
Ist. The life estate or said Sizer in SIZKR'.-*
TAVKRN, on Main street, in the town ol Man
chester, at the corner of Jackson street, running.
back 12S feet.
2.1. The foe simple of said Bisss in the real es
tate in rear or th** tavern property. lietween that
and the Masons' llh (..frontins on the south _i.fe or
Jackson street, with two framed tenementtt there
on, Willi brick I.aseinenis. This property is capa
ble <f a divi-ion, so aa lo sell a vacant lot, which
will lie done if desired.
3d. The fee simple of aaid Sizer in nnd to an un
divided moiety of the Lets pu chased by him and
Lewis, of Perdue., Trustee; lienu part of Lot
No. 3 in E. C. Main's plan, adjo ninit Manchester,
Croatia*, on a street 11 feet wide, extending from
Mci.otii.u_ii street to the Railtoad.
4th. The life estate of aaid Sizer in a Negro
Roy earned William, and hia lee simple in an old
Negro Woman named Hhoda.
Tkbms.—For tho slaves, caah; for the real es
tate, one-fourth cash; balance at 4.8 and 12months,
for negotiable notes, interest added, secured by a
trust deed. The taxes for 1860 to he pant by the
purclnseis. C.C. McRAE, I .-_,,„._
ERASMUS GARY, \ °° m •*
Sale conducted by Goi>di_i A Appkhson, Aucta.
mh 13
Co*n*nissio.**Fks saleof real es
tate IN MANCHESTER.-AsCommiaaion
er appointed by a decree of the County Court of
Chesterfield, pronounced en the Uth December,
1859, in the case of Cunningham, An., attainat
Brown, Ac, I shall proceed to *e|_ at public auction,
onthe preimaes, on WEDNESDAY. 4'h April. 1860.
at r_ o clock, P. M.,(i[ lair ; if not, the next fair
day.i Lot No. 9, in the plan of Manchester, on
Porter street, opposite the former reaidence ol E.
W. Smith, Irontuig 132 feet, running hack 166 feet,
having an old framed tei.eincnt thereon.
Tkbms.—One third cash; balance at 6 and 12
months, for negotiable notes, with intereat added,
and title retained until all the purchase money is
paid .The taxea for ltfio, the purchaser to pay.
nihil! C C McRAE, Com'r.
Sale conducted by Gonm*. a ArpKaso*,. Auct*.
COvI*«IISSIUN_R*S *aL«_ ul REAL ES
TATE, IN HENRICO COUNTY.-A* Coni
liiissiouer appointed by a decree of Henrico Coun
ty Court, pronounced on the 7th February, 1860, in
the case of Tinstey against Tinslcy's administra
tor. Arc. 1 shall proceed to aell, at public auction,
at Henrico County Court house, on MONDAY,
the 2d April, l*i6U. tleing Court day.) at 12 o'clock
M, FIFTY-THREE ACRES OF LAND, of
which Malachi Tinaley died aeized and posse**
ed of, in tbe tipper end of Henrico county, and
I*oll ndi-d by tlie land* of Robert 11. Henley, John
N. Cordon. B. P. Cottrell and ethers. Alao,
EIGHT ACRES OF LAND, adjoining the above
63 acre*.
The foregoing aale is to he made at the risk and
costa of Win. B. Burru_u.,wno became the purchaser
of ii d land at a former sale
TaxM.«-Ca*h. The taxea for lf*_*i to be paid bt
the purchaser. JOHN N. DAVIS, Com'r.
tioDOi*. A Ai Ptßs.ll, Aucts. inh 21
COMMISSION IRS' SALE OF REAL
IN MA IfCHKS T R R. ON THB
CORNER OF HULL AND BARNEY STREET**.
Aa Commissioners appointed by a deerea of th*
Circuit Court of CbeaterSeld. pronounced at the
October term, IMB, in the <*aae of Patteaon, Ac,
vs. Hall* adm'r, we ahall proceed to aell. at subltc
auction, on the premises, oa THURSDAY, the
mh April. 1880. at I o'clock F. M . 1 if fair; if not.
the next fair day, > one half of HALF-ACRE LOT,
No. 2M, in tbe plan of Manchester, opnosit** ths
reaidence of Dr. Samuel A I'.ttteaon. st the oorner
of Hnlt aad Barney streeta. fronting; about St*, feet
oa tha Eaat aide of Barney atreet, and *> feet oa
the South aid* of Hall atreet There are three
dwelliaea oa the Lot, two wooden and one brick,
the latter of which ia now occupied by Dr. Weiai
■eraaanrs—ee.
Tkb si-Enough ia sash to dafrsy expeaaea of
sal*; balaao* m c .aal instalmenu of «, 13 aad le
montha. for boada beariaa latere**, with aood **•*
----■oaal aeeurity. sad title retained till the further
order of the Conrt. The taxe* for U_B to be said
bf the purer—sera.
Sale conducted by Goodib A Ar pkbsox, Auct'*.
of ths city of Riehaaead. I will sell at ptthlio aae
tioa. to the hit-hast Udd*r. 00 MONDAY. March
M., ths tatarest of aTw.
Pyle and Barnett s*t*«__f*-<.*T* aadividsd s*v
•aths, ia ths two LOTS OF LAND, with two
***"
OW^M
Tfaas-Oas third seeh; balaacs ia au aad
Mfrft-taaa- s___U_3S_t.
*?sm^_W*m\mWuW.
, -J __..-***B_asa_____MW__Mß^|M MM l
_y*PJ^atß_lT_h
By *«ddl-B____A_*_aerasa, Aaea'e.
r*o*tlMllßSlON_.__«• V. r_ n* was at a
£_d_iK_ m_W__%£p
A* evmm-sinaers s_msiat_l hy a deeree_f mZ
Circuit Court oftbs
on tbs _■**■ of February, late, is tss es_W Vtf
borouib va. Taylor. Ac., we shall
at public asetios, oa the premises, oa MONDAY*
th* Mth of March. IMP..at O. o'clock, T. _|t_i_
fairi if not. ths next fair nay.) the REAL ES
TATE deeeribed ia th*ideoree aforeaaid. eoaatat
mg of part nf Lot No. 7M ib the plan of aatd mtv,
frontina M feet on tb* north aids of Clay atreet,
runninjr hack about SI feet, having thereon two
•mall Brick Tenements. A bio. that etbsr Lot, part
«f Lot No. 7M, at the corner of Clay aad Bth atreeta
fronting 96 feet on the north Side of Clay street
running back on tke ssat line of Btk strati M feet,
having thereon a new Muck School-Hosae. Alao,
the !,ot in rear of tb* above, bsing part of Lota
Niw. 794 and 7r*B, frontin*t 101 feetoa ths ssat tins ol
Sth street, running hack it) feat, and bounded oa
the north by tbe lot of Mr. Thomas W. MeCanoe.
Tub as.-one third cash; balaaee st«. IS and 11
months, for negotiable note*, intereat added, aad
title returned Ull aB tne purchase money i* fatly
paid. The taxe* for MM to bejpsid by tbs par
ohaaera. PEACHY R. ORATTaN.. _.___,,„
POWHATAN ROBERTS.. Com n '
Sale conducted by Gonm a A ______»*—***. mh •
CMALL FARM OF 71.* At RES OR TUB
_7 MEADOW BRIDGE ROAD. HALF MILE
NOKTH OF RICHMOND, AT AUCTION..-Will
Its aold. at auction, ou the premise*, on TUFS
DAY. the Mth March, imi at M_ o'clock P. M .(if
tair; if not. tbe next Inrdiy I the amaU FARM,
I. cated a* above, oppoaite the one owned by Judge
Peter V. Daniel. It is now tn tbe occupancy of
__. — Pendleton, who will give immediate poa
aeuion. if desired. The buildinss on tbe place are
i-tnple eti'-ugii for tbe accoiuiaodatioß of s bug*
f_inly. The neighborhood ia a good one, and it*
nearneas to the city makes it very desiralde as a
residence or market garden, for which purpose the
aoil ia admirably well adapted.
TEH**-*.-One-fourth caah: balance at 4, 8 and
12 montha, for negotiable notes intereat added,
and title retained till all the purchaas-money i*
fully paid. The taxes lor IMO to lw paid hy th*
purchaser. GODDIN A APPERSON.
mh 19 * Auctioneer.
/COMMISSIONER'S SALE OP HOUSE
V> AND LOT ON UNION HILL.-R» virtue of a
decree of the County Court of Henrico, pro
nounced on the 12th day of March. INW, in lhe suit
of Baker vs. Baker. Ac. the undersigned Special
Commissioner, will aell .at public suction, on
TUESDAY, the 27th day of March, l**tvt, at 3*.
o'clock P. M., the property in aaid decree men
tioned. being a Lot fronting 4* feet nn the couth
aide of Veuable street, between Wth atreet and the
turnpike, running back lev feet to O. A. Streeker**
property, with a small framed Houae, Ac, thereon.
TbbM!*.—One-third eaab, balance on a credit of
4 months, for negotiable note, interest added, with
rood endorser, snd title retained. Taxea for I*o
the purchaser to pay. JNO N. DAVIS,
Special Commissioner.
Sale by Gounix A A____Bs___ Auct*. linh2o
VALUABLE BKItE si ORE aad OW EL
LING ON THE SOUTH EAST SIDE OF THE
CANAL, BETWEEN g T H AND 7rn *_TS., FOR
SALE AT AUCTION.- At there, ueat of Mr. Bar
nett Wicker, we ahall aell at public auction, on the
premises, on WEDNES DAY. the **ih March. I*_o,
at i'_ o'clock. P. M.. the brick atore and dwell is*
located aa almve, now in the 0.-.-upancv of Mr J.
H. Koch, at an annual rent nt .sum. payable month
ly. The house ia in good order, and ia regarded aa
an excellent husineeaatand.
Tk. Ms -One fourth cash; balance at 4. Band 12
months, lor negotiable notes, with interest added,
and title retained till last note be paid. Tbe taxes
and insurance for I*o to lie pan) by the purchasei.
mh 17 eOPPIN A APPE'RSON. Aucta.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LOT ON
THE EAST SIDE OF 2S»th. BETWEEN M
AND N BTREETB.CBURCH HILL-By virtue
of a decree of the County Court of Henrico conn
ty, entered at March term. ItMO, in the case of God
din A Apperson vg Lewis, Ac, the undersigned
will, at 4 o'clock P.M..on THURSDAY, the 29th
day of March, iB6O tif fair; if not. the next fair
day.) upon the premisea, proceed to aell at auction
the above mentioned Lot, fronting _-l feet, running
bee k 132 feet.
Trbms.-So much caah aa may be neceaaary te
discharge the costs of this suit, and the charges and
expenses inoident to aaid aale. and to pa* to the
plaintiffs the sum of .957 20, with intereat thereon
from the 14th <t,iv« f Noveialter. IM7, and upon a
credit, as to ihe residue, of 4 months from the day
of sale; taking lor the said deterred payment ane
aotinble note from the purchaser, with a good en
dorser, with intereat added from the day of aale,
and retaining the title until the whole purchaae
money ia paid. *>nd a conveyance dir oted by the
Court. The taxes for 1H99 to lie paid hy the pur
chaser. JOHNSON 11. SANDS.
Special Co m miaa tone r.
Sale by t.otipi*. » A______________B__a, I nih 19
NEAT BR ItH I t >_-. Mr.VI ortH HIRIH
HILL, AT THE CORNER OF M AND 2«TH
-TREhTS. AND VACANT LOT ATTACHED -
Will lie sold at auction on the premises, on
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, the 29th March. US,
at 4 o'clock, the new and excellent brick TENK-
M KNT i(*c ited aa almve, now in the occupancy of
Mrs. Saran Sharp. The lot fronta 33 feet, rune
back 121 Met to an alley. The house lias ti rooms,
besides brick kitchen and the usual out-buildings,
tocct her with a well or pump of fine water.
Teumi..—One-sixth cosh; balance at 4 8 and 12
months, for negotiable notes, interest added, and
title retained until the last note ia paid. Tbe taxea
for l*V*n to be paid by the purchaser.
mh 19 (iODDIN a APPERSON, Aucta.
HOUSE A 1 1) LOT FUR SALE ON
CHURCH HILL. CORNER OF CLAY AND
29TH STS.. AT AUCTION. ON THE PREM
ISES. ON THURSDAY, 29TH INSTANT, AT 5_
O'CLOCK.—The house is a convenient dwelling
lor a small family, having 4 or 9 rooms, besides a
wing suitable for a grocery or mechanic's shop.—
The lot fronts aleiut W fasten) Cla\ street, which,
with another of 30 feet adjoining, (to be B.'id at tiie
same time.) will lurni*.|i to the naellin, a rich gar
den apot, or produce lot lor cows anil snia'l dairy.
The house litis now a good ten int. but possession
tn y lie had soon, if desired.
TtßM*.—One-fourth cash; balance at 4, Hand M
m-nf ii.*". for negotiable notes, with interest.
uili 2J GODDIN APPERSON, Aucta.
VALI'AHI.E REAL ESTATE IN THE
V COUNTY OF HENRICO. NEAR THECITY
OF BICHMOND. AT AUCTION-At the request
of the heir-at law of the late William Gouldin
decea..ed, we shall sell, at public auction, on the
premises, in the order advertised, ou FRIDAY,
tlie .'kith ot March. lUHO, at 12 o'clock M.. the fol
lowing valuable real "state, of which the said
Gould'a died seized, vis : Lot No. 4. in Square No.
27 in * utherloorii's ad.utiiti. Union Hill, fronting
173 teet on west 29th atreet. running back on the
north i-ide of S street 130 feet; at**, Square No.
19. in same addition, hounded by 30th, 31st,'.' aud
R streets.
And at 1 o'cl'M-k P.M.,of the same day.onth.
rri'iii'H, h, in the order Hdvertised, the following
ralunble property in the town or Sidney, via : 311
feet two inches of li.nd on the south side of Grove
street, hemic Nos. US and 116 extending from Vine
to 1,..m1.-inh street, running back 179 feet to the lot
or W. C. Allen, Esq.
Alter which will lie aold nine Lot* in Ritchie's
plm.designated as No*. 67, tW, 69,70,71.72,73.74,
75, irontit-g together 270 feet on the south side of
Taylor street, running back 130 feet, adjoining the
new **)dney Oapt-st Church.
Alter which will be sold an undivided moiety of
that lieautifui square of four acres, wuh the large
Brick Dwelling, Ac. thereon, formerly owned and
occupied by Mr. N- h. Sutton.desunatedaaNo* 372.
273 274 275, bounded by Elinwootf Dover, Elm ami
Ced*r streets. Also, the beautiful square of four
acres, adjoining Noa 321,323.323.324, hounded by
Elmwood, Dover, MSbtnson and Mulbe ry street*.
Also, -in undivided moiety of that beautiful square
of lour acres adioining, designated by Nos 317,
315.319,320, Hounded by Dover. Elmwood, Cedar
and Robinson street*.
At ti.e same tune and place will be sold luf acre*
of Land in Die lower part of Henrico, adjoining
the lands ol Messrs. Carter, Fisher. Franklin.
Parker, Aa., and conveyed to said Gouldin by Jos.
Sharp, by deed nf the nth Septcin'ter, I—>i Also,
at the same tune and pUc*. will he sol 1 two-thi ds
of an undivided tract of 30 acres of Land on the
Deep-Run Turnpike, near the landa of the ia»e
Ambrose Hutcheson ard nthera. conveyed to aaid
(.ouldin by W f'eddin, Truatee ol R. T. Wicker,
by deed of 31st July. 10SJ.
Tkb*«-Oue-third cash; balance at 4 and 9
rorntha, for negotiable note*, interest added, and
title retained till all the purcbaso money ia fully
paid. The taxea for l_dO to ltd said by the pur
chasera. GODDIN A APPERSON, Auct'a.
P. B.—lt ia probable aa arrangement will be wade
with th* owner of the other undivided moiety of
the three four acre kits in Sydney, so a* tosell
them as a whole, and nut a* an undivided moiety.
inh 22 G A A.
COMMISSIONERS _-.Al._s; uF VALUA
BLE FAJCM. WITH STONE <. U A RR V
THEREON. ON DANVIi.LE RAH.MOAQ. IN
CHESTEFUIr.LD COUNTY. ON JAMBS RIV
ER. FOUR MILES FROM MANCHESTER -
Aaoneol the Cotnmiaaionera arpniated by n de
cree of the Circuit Court of Chea.arlield, pro
nounced on the tth May. I**», in the e**s of "Fat
tesoa asaiuat Cowling* representatives," I ahall
proceed to aell at public auction, on the premises,
on MON DAY, the 2d April. leviO, al l2o'oU*eh M.,
(if fair; il not, the next fair day,> the FAR *d. lo
cated aa above, formerly owned by the late Willie
W. Cowling, and purchased by Mr. George W
Cole, at a aale made under a former decree entered
in this oauae The tract contains 173', acres, and
adjotua the landa of Richard Art*her, Nathaniel
Green aad others The bnildinea on the tract are
nearly new, and sufficient for the use of a small
family. Tbe land i* partly arable aad partly ia
woods, and there is ou it a valuable *ton* quarry,
whioh. frost ita proximity to th* Daavill* Rail
read, sdda greatly to it* vales. Mr. Cols, rsstdißc
on the premise*, sill tabs elsasar* ia showing tb*
place to those who in _y call, n him.
Tan • bbb- will be made known at the hour of
sale. Ths taxes for MM to be paid by ths purcha
ser. C. C. McRAE. Acuac Com r.
Svle conducted try Goduib A Arrsaaoß, AucU.
ah is
EXECUTOR'S SALE Of REAL ESTATE
IN MANCHESTER -Theanderei«aed.exec
utor sf Naxcv Clab/k Mays, deeeaaed. under the
prsvisto*-* of lbs Will of tbe testatrix. wiH aall at
Etilic auctioa. oaths prsati***, on WKDNIS
IY. the ttt. Aprth IMS. at 4 a'ehiak / M H Uf
r; if aot. ths asxt fair da_,ia part af tss real
estate {« whteb the testatrix died aeiasd. via t A
lot on the north side at Hull or Mais street, sa ths
eqear* immediately below Jaaws M. ferdus**
store, front-ug 73 feet, ruaaias back ea Rarraws
street MS toot, t__ssth*r wu* aa old (raised bwild
ia« theraoa. bow oe*ur*a bt T_w*. \\££. T",
propertr m is th* eeatrai. baataaes part of the
tap. sad i* vary d'-nrabti losated.
• r *.*t , '* , '___ o s__*_ *"_* •*-"! balasee at«. It aad U
a-atks. for boad* beartas leteaeat tmuititT
\T_7ti Tk *-**'"•^VV'J?ti'* s
>^^*_£'_y*__^i!**_a'„
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fßlnißS.AMckMtr A 8jU88899t98
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AffunoM a__u_M_ _
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■T B. M. rsatr. Aaet.
By ttBBJBB At Aep*r**S_, Aaet**.
T*_U_"_r■■***• •__-EWr_Ms*FSK AflDI OT,
21 T d"^ f RICHMOND. AND fRMOKALF-fT
__I_*lT_"As trsstee ia a esvtaia deeßnf trsst ss
rj__**l.V» «»■"♦■■ dated IMb March.
____*._?_. ____aad tn Henries Cosaty Court, I
_*'*♦__ esssettKsi thereof, process to sejl at pat*
*_!«_}__* "w-, 0 * _***_Fi**Bise*:n_FllDA?. the flrd
th- _»_rt*«_!i _* *Va*eleek. P. M.. iif Cair: if sat,
_*?/_£,.! _.'_.*'_' '••* I-»* *"■•»•• oat-**- by tke
££_t -£__ffiw-ffi- •» " B •?■**•»•»• framed »••
f2^&T2___L___f____J._. fc **f^"^**__' : __• above. anw
_?£^a_*f&&_&
TBB-ta msdS knowa at tke boar ofaLla Tt___
taxe. oa tha real sstats for thia yearto b* said br
ths pureheeer. *~"*** *~ *~ ***-" *-
___ **_?L D _¥ C - 1 CAIUIELb. Trustee.
Sale eoßdueted by Oo»i»i- A Arrsasoß. A«*t__.
P. 8-After the rnr*««>« *eM. will * ,«„^Vel.
liable lot a' the corner of Canal asd JeSaraon ata
fronting <***_ **etna Ihe couth side of Canal atreet.
running heck US foot to ac arer 1 Itees fist wide.
Term* a* above. (mh U| 0. A A.
A DMI *t ISTR A rORB SALE.- Wi'l hi *oM.
-b at tbs late residence of John Whitlock. rlee'-l,
on FRIDAY, thsTSd mat., at II e'chmk A. M.. e<[
of tbe peraonal property which h* died po*se**ed.
TV COWB, McTj-Clmd*! ARMING .
IMPLEMENTS.
Taaas.-For all sum* under 99. cash; for that
amount and over, bond* payable in s_l montha.
with Bond purity, fljfl^fl*
Adm'r of John Whitlock, dee d-
Besrico County*J__M_ Uth, MM.
Alas, st aaa** Mane, will be related sat
ths FARM, oa whteb V baabela of Wheat
ia seeded, for tbe halaaee of the year. Also,
five NEohoES will he hired out for the b_l
anee of tlie year, upon the usual Unas; sad all
persons indebted to the eetats will pi**** come,
forward and settle tb* aame without delay ; asd
those having claims a_aia*t lbs aaid sstats will
prevent them properly authenticated for adjust
ment BEo. D. PL-ASANTS,
mh 14—td Adm'r of Jno. _____________ deed.
■r Richard Cs uther a, Aaet.
LIQbOR* A<«D GROCERIES AT AUU.
TION.-On FRIDAY. SM mat., at M o'clock,
at my atore. I will aell at auction, a lot of good,
common and rectified Whiskey; 41 h proof Braady.
M hbla; 1 bbla. Port Win*: Butter; Harnags,
Match**; Lard, aad sundry other artielea too aa
nieroti* to name.
FURNITURE.-Also,asvsralartickaof Farm
ture. and a auparh gilt-edged Family Bible, pro
fuselr illustrated. R. CAUTHOMN.
jnh .2 Auct.
By 3. M. _*««**. Aact'r.
WILL BE SOLIr. every eight thi* week, st
auction room 88. Alain atreet. commencing at
'o'clock,a large iavo«eeof iae Gold.Silver, aad
Plated WATCHES; fine Gold JEWELRY Bold
GUARD aad VEST CHAINS, Ladm* r CrfATA
LAINB; Silver-Plated SPOONS, FORKS. CAS
TORS, Ac. Alan, a lot ef FANCY GOODB, CI
GARS. CUTLERY. As.
N. 8.-Consu nraents reoci via* every d*T aad sold
without reserve. J. ¥. DluG Es. AaoL
D. F. Booth, Salesman. _______
By Ales. Matt.Aaet.
NIOHT SALES.-WATCHES, JKWELR'f
AND FANCY GOODS.-Will bs soMataae*
tion, at my atore. commencing at 7 o'clock. THIS
E "/ENING. aad ooatinaed during tke Mason,evary
ni/ht. a lares assortment of fin* Gold and Silver
Watche*. fin* Jewelry. Bracelet*, faaoy Boss*,
Knives and Forks. Pocket Cutlery. Castors, Glass
ware. Merino Skirts. Drawers, Tans Cloth*. Cas
•imerea, Bed Spread*, Cigars, asd Fancy Good*,
no*) ALEX. NOTT. Aaet.
coal, con *o._
REM ASH ANTHRAtTITK
have.icar.ro supe-ior RED ASH COAL, sag
■ize. binding tin* morning from achr. Ida V. Ma
Ch be, which we otter for sale by weigh' at market
prtee. HAM'I. F. HAWEH A SON.
mh Br— Mil nth st., south aide of Dock.
CtOAL. -On hand a full supply "of
-/ MIDLOTHIAN. LUMP. AVERAGE
and SMITIUS COAL.
-ALSO
RED and WHITE ASH ANTHRACITE COAL.
C. B. LIPSCOMB.
mh 14-ta 14th St., near Mayo s Bridge.
C LOVER HILL LUMF AND HAIL. ARM
/ ANTHRACITE COAL, of best aaalitv. for
■ale by M. D. WHITING,
mti9-Im Near the Petersburg Depot.
COAL AT'BS.lf .**«' l have at ill oa hand a lot of
thia COAL. Othce on 14th atreet, neat door to
Mr. Samuel Hasting*' grocery atore. _
mh ____■__ F. CoOK__
COEE.--Thspi.esof Coke unOl further notion
will tea*follows:
SOFT LUMP COKE ••»
SOFT HAIL COKE —. .-_. .__. • 9
HARD COKE _-•••._•-_ ••-»
Orders promptly executed at Yards eoraer Mth
and Cary and sth aad By id streets. Tertna cash.
deH-U JNO. J. WERTH. Agent.
f\AK AND PINK WODM-Seaaoned aad un"
V_» dsr shelter, for sale at Coke Yard*.
de 11-tt JNO. J. WERTH, Ag't.
VACANT LOTS FOR SALE.-Three LOTS.
ot five acres each, situated between the resi
dence of Dr. Anderson and tbe subscriber's, aad
in front of tb* residence of Col. Ellis. Thay are
well located for a market garden, or for a pleasant
liiuiie lor persons wishing to move out ot town—
Accessible by Grove atreet. the laabionable drive
from the city, and in a growiu* neighborhood—
Tbey offer an opportunity to improve to auit the
taste and convenience of purchasers.
Alao. on* LOT at tlie corner of r rankhn and
Laurel streets, (in former boras lot,! 711 feet oa
Franklin by 194 feet deep.
For terms, apply to Uouoi*. A Air*B«oN. or to
fe -_«»*U____ L.fl-B<_ ______
S_HIRT ROSOMS, SHIRT BOSOMS.
----•*-' LEVY h.is.nst recited alar_*» supply of Linen
and Mnr-eilles Sbirt Uosaaas, which ha-atnnd* to
aell it price* thateaunol fail to please Marseille*
Kuintns at 12). cts., worth 26et-*.. Frerch Wove
Stiirt Bosoms at li'_ ct*.. worth 3D cts.: Liven
Bosom* at 1 shilling, worth »c* ; Liaen Ilo*u__i*
at 25 iU.. worth .i» S ot*. j Lin*n Bosom* at 37', o>s..
worth C_ cts.i l.ineu Hoaomaat bH cts.. worth 7b
cts; I'ique Slurt 11. «niii«. a new .tud Bice article,
only 25 eta., worth Vl* els; fin* Linan Bosoms at
40eta., worth 75 cts , Stiperhne Linen Bosoms st 75
cts-worth »l _.at .No. I-Maiast.
SEE» t'ORN.-l have lor anle some INDIAN
CORN that I have bee a try icg to improve for
twenty yeara by mixing different kind* with ths
aeed at planting time, always keeping in'view a
deep train and white liuak. Samplea can be MSB
at tb* atore of B_.Aiß k Ciiambkhi. vy mi. No. —
Main atreet, where ntdsra will be promptly aup
plied. Price 91 JO per liu-he I. _ _ ...
feJT-Jawtw GARLAND HANKS.
DOUBLE REFIREM STEAM CANDiES.
My Factor? is now romplsts. and b« far ths
largest establishment of tb* kind South of Phila
delphia, which enable* me to oiler to the trad* of
VIRGINIA.
NORTH CAROLINA
a_M TENNESSEE,
a* alao tlie cits grocer*, an art tele of eity-aiade.
Steam- Re fiti-*d Crashes Sucar CaaSy. war ranted
to stand in any climate, niu.-h Iwlow th* Northern
price lor an article of like ataadard.
Call aad •—mine it at my Factory. No. <*> Main
atre«t_ I nib 17-l.lt | LOUIS J. BOSSIKUX.
*T*b Alit HItECTS AND RL'iLDERS.-
I PROPOSALS will be reestved until ths Ist di v
of May next to- tbe co-atruciua of a BANK
BUILDING and Out-house*. in tbe town of Mil
ton.N.C
The Bank Building will be of brick, two atones
high, fronting 4J f**t. and run ing beck U f**t.
A* it i* presumed that eoatrsetors will vi*U the
place before kaadtßjt in tbair ptvsssals, •It farther
neceaaary inf-rnut*io_ »an th-n he obtaiaed.
liUßfwi.! &»*____!
JO*HN WII-ONT* Os_-_Mee.
M iltoa. N. C. Maroh Uth. MM. mh l*-»w*
THE SUBSCRIBER havtagereeteda Sliof
ob ths oorner ef Fourlessth aad Dock •»***_■,
near Msvo's Bridge, is pteparsd fodo CARPtN
RERB" WORK «*** rally. oa th* meet leaaonable
mfcfl-lm* _
LVMBBR FOR SALE.
''•Sr-LVV/" hoass fraißißg. Ac.
OAK TIMBifR. for railroad car*, le.
POPLAR AND OAK Pl.AMlffor tol-eor*
boxea aad coopers—sawed to order, aad delivered
at abort notice, from mv mil I nt Ca**Urfi*Ul. four
m.leadiatSßt. WM. B BVaRDKN.
odlc-a on Baatn and Cary street, between sih
mhs-lm and 10th. __
B °*_l*_'■/> "if* F l ***"*.** b» farateh esoiaste* aad
'^^Smt^^ l^^^
asar the Daavill* Railroad Besot. fo S-1 m *
i_m*i___tß«rs^s_-_&_
the ahortsat aotie* Mr Lumksr is tbe very beat
v&^^_yy_t:,_r
Ptk RMf.*A vaoast. LoUHloot Dost, on
A lhe Jfock. asar the shir^*AMirtp
jah M-ta .***>' B_9m** ******___
L , a*;___s , *fl-.*!ft»_VV_l
wa mfor for a*J_* law.
sUt-h. I. M. WMIT-OCR ,k SON.
V&MS&*?t____ffiZ
__a hs WR 9. RvTBTER.
mhM-lw Csrtxr Ce*y ss4 Ta*f mta »*».
pj« b a _ _-a
II Tale aadShafts. mm* WKj^fS^jmmmtt
«&*&'»_
150 &^^rW%Sß% 9 ale br
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