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i>LD BOOTH AND HIS “DEB ARTKD BRIEND8."
Ttere is very general concurrence among tlioa# w hi 4,-e acquainted with the murdtrer of Mr Lincoln, an vho also knew h s lather, in the opinion that imiaait, Iw bered ttry in tho family. The following we taki Ita’A tte Louisville Journal: >e hive no doubt that John Wilkes Booth though i x.w» of g eat histrionic genius, has a broad streak o Sc-saty in 1-is u ture, but the evide ce.t of biR long .iiviieuplst. d, uebberat*iy-con-id^rtd. and terribly-exo tv -“ij crime txc tide md tu its imposaib.e all considers ■i^o t .ough * of mercy. Oh that he haJiwaat, v. >n mc .1—one for the private thought and ieeiiag •sever loyal man in the United elates. ■, j ( thirty ye ns igo, tho cider Booth, the lath ' ol P»!lk c, Kd i-m et ‘. Ca.Tj'j t > this City upon a taestricat Mnga.e a i t. He sent for cs to his Loti! with many but v*v» queer compliments. We went. He received us Wndi., bu! ► r u.e y In a litt'e white be asked ui i! «» a/ero *<irmsd.” “Not much” we answered. “Well, how much,” ne said. We drew from our pceket a >p lug iasfe. presmtod to us two days bsfi.ro mil gave it into A» kinds, showing him how it was to be nsec1. Hein ♦Jux iyni el it 0:1 high acd exclaimed in his tragic style -What is to s «vc yau now ?’ We r« tired a step and «*pLe “What in to sava me is your fear of th'a pistol? Site responded in a most Joyous laugh. “Oh I don’t cart sft km vos or pistols as I know you don’t, but I wanted ■*& .4 .ou worthy to be my friend." We told him that m kad no; thua far found him worthy of our friend .?• then asked ns to go up to his room and see .iom • *f hie departed friends. Having an awful prejudice against the sight of ghosts, we declined. He urgod. We yielded. Wt went with him and he introduced us t« twelve or flfteen roosters, hens and pullet*, his travel og; companions through the country, saying that they uvn- his deceased friends, and telling us the name of esoh. His solemnity was evidence of his sincerity.— There was no hypocrisy in his soul. Tho next night he was advertised for his third dp rranee at the theatre. An immense crowd assembled didn’t show himself. Impatience became irrepres slble, aai the people In the house had their money re tarewd at the door. As we passed down a cross-street x * el! known voice from s carriage exclaimed ‘Hallo Save you been at the theatre V ‘Yes ’ we said. ‘ iVhu wort of m audio >ce wai there V ’A tremendous one.’ they see Booth V ‘No, and Booth tre ted them like w -dogv *Ah welt were t ey ve y much dteappo'nted'i’ 1 Vo days sf envards we wero sent for by the keeper *f the city jail. Poor Booth was in Uig keeping. He iad be a taken In a state of unconscious-ess from the treats, and was still unconscious. He had blacked him « elf. blacker than the blaokest negro in Kentucky. We aeloed him away from the city and when he came again be tvjhaved better, >poke btB gratitude to us. Wo do not mention these evid-nces of paternal ia •MVty as the slightest reason for the sparing of Presi dent* Lincoln’s murderer from the gallows. We men 11 oa them simply becanse. at a time like this, they may be Interesting to many readers. As for the atmas in, we repeat that he should, if possible, be bung higher than he clouds._ A bccxEB.—The Celina (Ohio) Standard, of last week, v»s an article sgned by eleven gentlemen of that place, certifying to the fact that John Ransbottom. a resident of Washington township, a man of medium size, sucked, at the store of Christian Bteinhauser, in the town oi Kacedon, Mercer county, Ohio, one hundred and thirty two eggs, afte- eating an unreasonable quantity of trackers aud drinking a considerable quantity of water tad *onie spirits, on Tuesday evening, March 21,1805.— He performed the whole of this wonderful feat in less •pace than one hoar’s time, and after doing all this he •till called for more egg9! There must be some swine . W. *1 FOR HE T, SALE ASP I EASE. TWO EXCELLENT BRIFK T»> EMENTS FOB SALE.—One on north side of Leigh, jotween Adams md TouBhee streets, and tne other on the west line of Fourth, between Fnnhlin and Grace streets. I am authorized to sell thocxtelltnt real estate located «a above, the hrst now occupied by Mr. Sampson Jones. Jr., eoutainng five rooms, and the other by Mrs. Winfree. Adjoin.ng the residence of Mr. John T. Rogers, contain log: eight rooms. Possession of both tenements can be given in a short time. Apply to ap37 —3tW. GODIHN. VHM FOB RfcNT NEAP. THE CITY.- We offer for L’ rent, for tie balance of the year, a FARM on the Brook Turnpike, about one and a calf miles from the rity. containing about I7i5 acres, on which there are 40 or 50 bushels of whea and oats seeded, and some lover and grass, aid a very targe gaidea planted in sejr -tables, with fruit*. Ac. f he Improvements are comfortable, and the farm bnild igs extensive, the place well watered and healthy. For terms, Ac., apply to *p37 —-At_ GRUBBS A WILLIAMS, jrpOK RENT—A PVKN18BKD ROOM, fn a pleasant r house, near Gamb.e’s Hill, inq'uire of the clerk jf Whig. ap97— 3t FOR SALE. \ BlllCK DWELLING, with' 7 rooms, Ac., in a de sirable neighborhood. It will be sold with or w.tuutit the furniture. Possession at once. *l» 27—-2tGRUBBb A WILLIAMS. A RARE CUAXCE. jOOIt HALE OK EACH A AWE, FOR r VACANT LUTS ON MAIN STREET, MY STORE AVU DWELLING. WITH BAKEHOUSE ATTACHED. Oesirous of a change of business, I offer ior sale or ex change, for Lots on Main street the above well known property now doing ft Urge business having supplied , O'- it one-third the trade of Richmond for the past r -f >ctrs. It offers unusual inducements for a man of ttwrpriee. The store and dwelling, which is built of :irlck, froLts on Sixth street Port Mayo, add contains . .x -corns above cellar. The Bakjhonse, which is at -jfcohed. contains four'rooms; is convenient and well Orjcted. all beinr built since the war begun. twveuty-dve VAC ANT LOTS contiguous to the above ;<j- sa'c. Vidros by letter tbrongb the past office, or apply to j i- ,m the premises. . ai.-iw* _TIMOTHY KF.RSE, m iLPIXLi LOM FOR LEASE. % urge number of BUILDING LOTH, being among •Jl the most valuable in the burnt district oi the city, •r i ;,*•», from five to twenty years, situated as follows : »,n jixlu street, opposite the Hpotswood Hotel. /r fisin -tree’., both sides, between 11th and 12tu Ou Main street both sides, between 13th and 14th Tn^bth street between Main ant Franklin -treets a 13th street between Main a -d Cary streets -o 13th street, between Cary street and GaHego Mill-, n corner of 12th and Franklin streets, opposite the . -sat? Oourt House. . . „ _ Oi* a*rth Hide Bti^aD Bunk betwi**ri 1 th ajd 11th Jn^soeth side Basin 3ank, between 10th and tlth azo-eta. . j a jth street, between M vin aud Frank in I'treete. Ot north side of the canal betweec 5th and 7th streelt. ,0a south do do do do 3n ft ink itrost, between 9th and 10th ntreetn To persoM who arc willing t < put up goad buildings SheW-se a many of the* above oU can be had lorSO - - , vn tthiu rUhing to oht tin low in the very best mi p- rtion o! the city, have no * a line opportunity » 1 ag jj. J AS. M. AY LOR, Real Fatale Ag-nt a d Auctlonee*, a 25 4t Office corner Marshall and 9th streets. _WAITS._ I ASTA^TEltt. -To sell 3.000 lbs. horse shoe iron. YY 3.0001b* nail rod. a large let of Bla ksmitb 1 Tools, consisting of 5 anvils. 5 bellow3, 3 vices, and all other necewnrv tools appertaining to ft regular shop. Apply at shop opposite Majonic Hall : apSfr-2t*__ , WAA'irilJl>'"»Two or three WHITE WOMEN, to cook, wash and iron for some families in Me ehan It svillc, tive mitei from Richmond. A liberal price will be paid. Apply at Bodektrs Drue Store or to me til Mecbanicevitle. ftp<j7_oj, J. G. LUMPKIV M. D. W %iVirEE»—-t WET NURSE—One with infant jetween three and four month.- old- References required At Northeast corner Sixth and Leigh streets ap27 - at •___ Wr ANTED—Board and Lodging-for a singlelgen Oman with a private family In the -entral part ol the city Address W., Whig office, stating terms. Ac. _ap37—it* WAMTEllK tsRETGV'T FOR BALTIMORE, Norfolk. Philadelphia. New York-, Boston. Highest pr.t e# paid for— Toba :"0, Hides and Produce. WM. E. BIRTUN. ap27—C* _ No. 8, Union st. WANTED.-TWO WHITS GIRLS—One tcCook. Wash and Iron, and one to do general House work Apply to Mrs. Bailey. Arcade Salocn. 17th street, between Main and Franklin.-p37 3‘.* INFORMATION WANTED c Priv ate GEO RICHARD POLLARD, of Caroline. Virginia.CompanyB, 24th V irginia Cavalry. Gary's Brigade, i n.;--ingand fjpposed to have been taken prisoner At the time o! h ■ juppeted capture he was dismounted, and under the command of Lieut..Col. Barter. • _ Any information of h.m wi . he ‘Lank"oily rece.ved by his parents. Address, through public papers _n. ,.D-, ap36 _4t_G. B. POLLARD. WILTED, „ „ c L D SILVER WARE. ThehigLest market pri-e will be raid for alt kinds of Old Silver, bv H. A PEARCE. Watchmaker and Jeweler, on Mtvlu. *ietween 17th and iwth streets. aiy26—eod3T WAKT K ■».—A Ao. 1 Cook, W a<.her and Ironer, to whom the highest wage* will be given. A colored woman without children pre ferred. Apply to JACOB EZEBIFL 41 Main street, or to Mr. FREDR! JK B AUER Union Hill, Venable etrett. ap26-3t* _ WATCHMAKER Wanted.—One more good work man can And employment. One who can do pr-s™ Vaorrs. »t B».d ap26—tf opposite Fry’s Ladies’ Ice Cream Saloon. Wanted.—a Jenifer saddle in good condi tion. Al-o. Bridle and Spurs. Address A. R. H„ Whig Ollice._ap2»l-tf AH7"ANTED.—A Good Cook. Washer and Ironer, in a YV rtnal! family. Work light. Apply to Wm. E. Tanner. Clay St., 21 doar above Foushee St.; or E. H. RKmW iritiIT Office. apQo—3t _PERSOVA1.._ Richmond. April 8,1866. BWARUU'ELL is happy to announoeto hit • friends and the public generally that he hast re turned to the city, and would be happy to Bee them at his office M«Daniel's Negro Jail, at their convenience. apIO—tf ____ MMRLf BROTHERS, GROCERS & PROVISION MERCHANTS, From Bnltimore. IN store, and to arrive by Tuesday next. the bl owing: 160 barrels Sugars, 60 bags Coffee, 300 bbU. Flour, 100 halt bids. Flour, 100 kegs Butter, 100 boxes Spu es, 60 bbl-. Lard, 26 bbls. Keruoene Oft. 10 bbls. Lard Oil. 10 “ Sperm Oil, 25 Chests Tea. 200 boxes Soap, 200 “ Candles, 10 Cases S ftlad 0»J 30 bbls. Vinegar, 30 “ Svtups, 30 1 Molasses. 100 boxes Basins, 20 cases Pickles, 30 barrels Egga, 20 cases Bi. Carb. Soda 20 •• Saleratus. 50 Boxes French Coffee 60 « Chocolate 600 Beef Tongoes. 20 cases Vermicella, 20 •- Maccaroni, 60 “ Coidensed Milk, 20 “ Yeast Powders, 100 Drums Figs 20 cases Assorted Sauces, 10 *• Chow Chow 100 Iba Garden Seed, 100 Boxes Changes, 100 “ Lemons, 20 •* Sardines, 200 *• Window Glass, 6 bbls. Putty. 600 ** Potatoes 60 “ Onions, 60 “ Herring, 60 '•* No l Mackerel, 60 " No i “ 60 u No 3 200 “ Kitts, No. I, 100 *• Kitts. No. 2, 100 Tierces Hams, 26 Hogsheads Sides, 26 “ Shoulders, 10 “ B cast Pieces 50 bbls. Bolognas. 60 “ Smoked Boetf, ICO Sacks Fine and Ground Alum Salt. Together with a General Assortment of GROCERIES and PROVISIONS. For sale at lowest Prices b* KIMBERLY BROTHERS, No. 12, Ibth Street, between Main A Cary, ap54- 2w at W. B. Badrlife’s old Stand. iiTAlAlL 1 .—-Wanted to rent a good 9TABLE—in ij tne vicinit of the 9potswood uotclr.re'erred. A ldr»-a. by letter, T. C., w hig Office. ip27—3t*_' HAND PRINTING I*RE^ JOB SALE— PIten 22 1-4 by 32 12 with or without self-inking apparatus; is m good condition and will be sold cheap. Apply at the Whig Job OJioe. ap24 1LOST, ST III A I'IBP A 7¥K> 8TOE,EI. ytO/\ REW ABO.—SteK n or -(rayed from my wngcn qpOl/ at Mr. King'* house on the hill lelov Rockett on the nitht of the 19th TWO MULE.-—* bay aud » mo line colored cr yellow mule. They weie in gooo or der Any persac returning them to th« Sutler of 10th Nee Hampshire Yo’unteers, cr give information which will I lead to their recovery, will secure tne above re **r0. a; 2-1 — 1 w *P‘T ft TURNEY. i #2,000 * “ T!L5 “ " • j Ac,' yertica residing n Virginia cr elsewhere, into whc:-e Lands one or more of the valuable pipers Haled below, may rave come, wiii receive his pro portion cf the above reward by sending it or them tc mj address. through Adams’ Express Company. wit in >tni tions to receive the reward cn delivery of the bonds. No ui.estions wi" be af^od—ho the tames cf the par ties will not be known. Messrs. B. A. Lancmtor A Cc., Stock Brokers. Main etreet, Messrs. Maury A Co.. Mock Brokers, near Fpots w od Hotel, and Mr. John Purcell, Stock Broker will al« o have the kindness to act for me in this matter JOHN STEWARD. Office, Franklin Street, between 7th and fttfc Richmond. April 05, ap?$—If City of M. Louis. 6 per cent coupons No*. 134, 125, 135 to 143 inclusive, issued 1864 due 1874. Phoenix Bank, New York. February and August. 10 bonds of 81,000 each. 6 10,000 City of Ft. Louis, 6 per cent, Nos 46 to <9 inclusive, do. do. do., April and October, l. 0f0 City of Ft. Louis. 6 per cent Non. 04. 36, 418 tc. 425 inclusive, 460 to 483 inclusive, and 497: principal, due 1874, Coupons, January and July; 15 bonds, 16.000 City of Memphis coupon, C per cent, Charles ton und Memphis Railroad pledge therefor, No-. 661 663. 666 to 672 inclusive: priuci pal. in New York, 1884- coupons, January and July: 10 of 81,100. lO.tXO Virginia and Tennessee Railroad coupon. (• per cent, Noa. 168 169, 338. principal due in New York. 1870- coupons, January and July; 3 of 81.000, 7000 Virginia and Tennessee Railroad do. do., No*. 306 to 339 inclusive 1 366 to 1.371 ic cluaive; principal, due 1866; interest Janus ry and July< 40 of 8600, jG 0C0 Virginia and Tennessee Railroad do. do.. Nos. 101. 435 to 438 inclusive. 440. 473( 474, 898. 197,661, due in New York. 1884. cot, pons, January and July; 11 cf 81.000 11,0(0 Virginia South-side Railroad coupon. 6 per ,^nt. Nos. 146. 147, 164 to 166, due 1870. in Petersburg: do. do.; 6 of 81,000. 4£'O0 Virginia Central Railroad coupon, 6 per cent. Nos. 963 to 967 inclusive; due 1881; 6 of 81000, *5.000 Virginia Central Railroad do do., due in 1884; Nos. 100, 108, 381, 433 4 of 81000, 4,000 Richmond and York River Railroad coupon 8 per cent; January and July; due in New York. 1877: No*. 39. 43 176. 277 to 284 in elusive: 310. 343, 344 36?. 360. 374.380, 381. 19 of 81 000 *9.000 Richmond and York River Railroad coupon 8 per cent; January and July; principal, ha New York. 1877: Nos. 132 i 47. 149, 263 to 96o inclusive: 968 973,274, 318,325,333.366.360 384, 40; 17 of 81.000, 17.1*10 Orange and Alexandria Railroad coupon*. 6 per cent; Jansiary and July; principal 1870. in new ior»; nu». iu«, m 1,227, 1531, 1,533. 1.553: 8 of 11.000. 8.0(7) Orange and Alexandria coupon 6 per cent., May and November principal 1866. New York: No*. 43; 137, 244, 245, 275 to .77 iu elusive; 327, 433: 438—10 bonds of |6<x each, ® 'X'O Orange and Alexandria coupon 6 per cent. January and July. 1876: principal doe iu New York; Nos. 156, 277, 491, 494—4 bond* of 1500 each. ~~ 3.000 Orange and Alexandria Railroad. No*. 1 056. 1,163 1468. 1.469 and 1525: principal dui in 1875; five Bonds of 1,000 each, 5000 Orange and Alexandria coupon 8 percent., May and November; principal 1873, New York, Nos. G15. 617. 668 674. 743. 829, 831 832, 839, 841. 845, 855. 856. 857—14 boudr of 41.000. (4.WJ0 Oiance and Alexandria Railroad, due 1675 JU.. 1875 Nos. 1,028. 1 162. 1,468, 1,469 and 1,526; live of 1,000 each, 5,000 Town of Lyuchburg coupon 6 per cent., Nos 227 228. 11,13 to 19 inclusive*-10 bonds o' |16oo. »<'<«) I Southside Railroad (guaranteed by Peter* burg) coupon C per cent.; Nos. 18 to 22 in _ elusive—o bonus of 41,000 each, _ 5.000 ! Town of Petersburg coupon 6 per cent.; Noe. 64. 66. 66. 71 to 76 inclusive, and 79 and 8n -10 bonds of 41000 each, '0.000 Richmond and Petersburg Railroad 7 per ct. coupon; Nos 113 to 122, inclusive, and 17“ to 18J, Inclusive—16 bends of 4500 each 7,500 •186,600 There were also lost at the same time, Scrip for— Va. and Central Railroad, guaranteed and register ed, 43,800 Richmond and York River Railroad, registered in name of D. K. 8.-14 of 1,000. 14.WK) Va. Central Railroad shares, (D. K. 8. and J. S.) 257 Orange and Alexandria Railroad shares. 333 'Exchange Bank shares. 300 Besides these bond* and papers-of which payment will be stopped and s renewal demanded -there was a package of bank notes, iaeued by various Southern banks amounting to *1.620. fchould these have fa.len into the hands or any honest person, he will, on return ing the same receive my thank* and one-half the amount returned for his trouble JOHN bTEW ART, Brook IHU. Office; Franklin, between 7th and 8*h streets. Reference—J. L. Baoon, Groce street, between Dth 'and 6th streets; Richmond._ ap 13—tMl OF PICK RICH MOND & YORK RIVBK R. R. CO. > Richmond, Va.. April 20 1865. ( IigFTW !I>I)!I<MB7 lltliWABB.-Taken 1 from my rooms at the Depot of ibe Richmond and york R ver Railroad Ooxpsny. on the 4th ia-tant a rmall LEATHER Hand TRUNK. containing leg>-l and priv .te papers ; and also from m* Secretary a consider able lot of private papers, as well as papers b«l uging l to said Railroad Comp iny, w hich can be of no use 'o anyone but myself snd cl ants. The above rewird will be paid for their r turnNo Cspt. ('owsroct Qw irter mas*er U. R A., now occupying the Topol building*, ot Robbrt W. Powsiw Druegiat, Main s»«et. A propor tionate reward for the return of any portloa of aaid papers whicti may be of any value to me, and no ques tion* asked. I will also pay a suitable reward for the return of ary portion of any 0‘her property belonging either to my self or said Railroad con pany, whicn may have toon taken away at the b me time. Pome of the parties wfo took property from the Depot buildings are known to me by njme and position. andwMl b* ( xpowed throwsh the public pr.nts. and Heir name* lodged with the Pro vost Marsh 1 Gouer-vl. with abundant evldoaee for their conviction for h s act ion, unless the property shall be immediately returned. ALEX nUDLVT, Prowt Richmond*and York River Hal road Oo. ap 26- St_______________ Ltp/vl—...n i tesday af «rn» a Apr.l :5ih.cs iltt street, probsb y ui tie neighborhood of C-P td Ssquaro a Bl. 1 ( K I *1 * v• .1 . A hacd-om. rew arc w iite pa'd if !'• foite- wlllre turn it to the Ncr.k • .--..f l j tid n.l ap27--*t* I OUT, BTR HEP AMD rTOUBIf. tjNlVr DO] LAKK Kenard, Rtolem, a lirn dak bay- S l «a, t «• white U-.1 on tie tight side, Ki'kb ly foundered o *h ee on. white ttar ta the forehead, gear narke oa fa.t «ge. JaMIM KcDOUGKAN. sp 37. —3.* 17ih street rear Central Railroadifcope. .jfTii BtUAKIh We «til pay the above re t/ly w ard lor the return of c.r books which were •ciDOie. fr 31 Charles IlcntV d or di'ini the fire cf the 3d lust, an in‘orm>liec or .hr bosks if foend e >n be w't at thi office. MINOR A BIKRF. \f. tr 1,' xlUi U 1 KIW AltR>.«—Lost or stolen e 61^0* fOUv Greenback Move d.t«d March lOth, £ic, a»4. a ay person returning the note to this office, or g!v:/i? afcrmatlon which will le-d to. it* recovery, will eeoar* as above reward and mo qobtjokb abaao. pff-JtM AUCTL'OM 8A1L1E8 TlaJa H?y>y ■T B. B. 000K, Auctioneer, 76 Mein street H<»wAelY.olid IFarattmr**. dMic-* IC-cmIssh Tabled* Ac. FOR SALB AT AUCTION ON FRIDAY, the M*h last . at 10 o’clock, I wiit aeil at my store a general assortment of Furniture, Bureaus, Wardrobes. Wash stands. Divans Sofas, Chain, Bedsteads and He'.diag, Feather Bed* and Msttr ases, A Urge nuitfcer of Office Desk* and Tables. Shoes. Hardware, Ac ap 37- lit_;_E. B, COOK. Auct. BvHkNBSACO. (|b4 Main Street.) TL'E WILL SELL ON FRIDAY NETT, at our wicre, YY an aiaortpieat of Furniture Beds Bidding Clothing Tobacco. Cigars Gold a ad Silver Watches Jewtlry, Ac. Consignment* re eived UU morning of aale ap37-3t_ BANKS A CO., Aocta. By F. H. 1 rev. Auctioneer, 66 Main Street 1WILL sell on FRIDAY MORNING NEXT, com mencing at 10 o'clock, at my store, No 66 Main street, a large assortment of HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FUBNITURB. consisting in part of— 1 elegant Oak Chamber Sett Elegant Marble Top Bureaua Marble Top W&abBtands Elegant Mahogany Wardrobe* . Small and Large Mirrors Chairs, Book Cate Bedsteads. Feather Be Is and B.anksts Boot* and Shoes, Crockery Ware Matting and Carpets Gold and Silver Watches Knives and Fork*, and maaj other Coods. IsQUU.I IX'.CIVCU v V. ivy«. ». ap37—tds L. H. I.FCK, 86 Main street. AUCTION SALE, ON FRIDAY HORNING ti e 58th ir.-tant commen* eing promptly at II o'clock I will offer for sale by auction the following det-irab'e good* : IDO barrels Mercer, Jackson and Peach Blow Po tatoca 10 bblx. Mens Pork 10 package* Rutter 10 bblx. Sugar 10 boxes Tallow Candles, Ac.. Ac Consignment* solicited. For further particulars, see Special Notice morning of sale. Sale conducted by Tardy A Williams. ap37-2t WM. E. BURTON. AUt'TlOK SALES-Fan ure Way*_ Hk JAMES M. TAYLOR, Auctioneer. Lumber, Doors, frames Niiwb, Ac. FOR PALE AT AUCTION. WILL be sold, on Tuesday. the 98th Inst,, at >0 o’clock, A. M., at the Car^nterafcop of Mr. GEO. W. JARVIS, at the c rncr of Cary and Fouahgg street* 1 lot box frames, I lot door do. 1 lot pannei door*. 1 lot sash and blind* 1 lot dressed flooring. 1 lot dressed weather-boarding 1 lot hair inch plank for steps I lot 3 by 4 scantling 1 lot 2 13 by 10 joist 1 lot white pine 1 lot mantle pieces, 1 lot columns for front porch 1 lot moulding 1 Mortising Machine 1 superior ot Carpenter e tool* Terms $60 and under cash ; over that amount, a credit of 90 days w ill be given. __„ tp 37-3t JAfc. M. TAYLOR. Auct EASES OF TALlIABli M>TM KV Alae lttuurat iDtatriet at n«sctl<>«t-On TUE-iuAY, Hay 3d, commencing at 13 o dock M., we will leaae at auction, upon the premise* respectively, the following loU. to wit: _ ... . 1(u. The lot on north sde of Main, between !Kh and lOUh stearsbe ng the *VP* formerly oecup.ed by John F. Reenault— 35 by 100 reel. The throe lo a facing the 8<Iu*r,,.^n^wl? ®? p*rk Houo*" pr perty on the wroth side of Bank, betrveen 9t . and 10th streem. frtuting ® feet, running back 7b Tte lot on north aide Meio, betwoen 13th and l$tb • St*, fomr ^copied by B. W. Know let—96 by 1 Thetoaae* are to be for fiv* jreare, with the privilege is “■ sa "***&& vhmssa pr yp_Auctioneer*. T*fc«HD**A* MA1*B an FRID »Y MORNING tv «th m C at a'-ore roam on Franklin street, be Ueeo «th aad 7th, (ivceUly Ttghe's achaol room.) when * we will offcr for aale a fine aseortceat pi PUBNinm . OR X»RI»v MxWFACTDKSD TOBACCO, and many other and naeful artiaie*. i ensign moot* Netted opto day of sake Particulars in future adverUeecaeA. i R EON AULT A OO.. ap 76—3t_Aoctionooso. Ae. \ %, thCk.-~ibe i o-partnership of MINOR A ■, RUnnKtas thm dip -e*a d:-oiv«d hr mutual rarm-mt. As ur book* were lost dar.ng tb# nr- of ike 3*t instant, due notice , ill be given wktn we w:A •eitm the busbars* cf the lave Him. ^ ^ ajjs-' n K. vi. v1. R.chaaond, April36, 1646. ‘T7* l* ^ \