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fOR RE^T, NICE AND W 13ABE.
ZxK AT COTTAWE KEHIOESCE AND
V.Vr.'uM.'.n'i'r.i'r *«£? ""“U i"T, 5
Ke.^.-nc* ... (or re t for the balance of the year, to n
••arefu! tenant with a small family. The Cottage' ..h“|
four rooms ..besides kitchen, smoke honse. dairy. weU of
water Ac. Attached to it is an excel.ent garden, well
aisaffi.'Cstt ****
4 o'clock 1*. M.
ap2S-2t___
T° SUsfKE* H EBIOESCB,
JrUl f0lir seres of ground attached containing thirty
fTS? trees "can be had upon favorable terms on car,y
application to 5th street, one dooi from Canal sUeet.
an 28—it*_•
T^OR RENT -A nice Dwelliug. within 2 squares of
F the Capitol. lt has 9 rooms, kitchen, stable and
garden attached. APP^^UBBS & WILLIAMS,
>p 28—3t_ Auctioneers.
F,.b ui'tT.-Tlie House nad Lot o»
35tb s*. is for rent. It has a large garden and • good
.« U.
-■rsoR RENT —A beautiful place on 25th street, t nion
fv.i* feaiiisrix
ap 28— 2t*_ near Spo’tawood Hotel.
Fivk RE^iT.-Two nicely furnished ROOMS.
opening into each other with gas, Ac A Bervan t t
roomdf required. Apply on 3J street between Clay
and Leigh fourth house trom Clay, right hand side
ap28—2t*__
mwo EXCELLENT BRICK TENEMENTS FOR
I s ALE.—One on north side of Leigh, between Auams
and Foushec struts, anil the other on the west line of
Fourti, between Franklin and Grace streets.
I am authorized to sell theexcellent.realestate located
as above, the first now occupied bY,Mr-S,“?P*°“
Jr., containing five rooms, and the other by Mrs. W infree.
adjoining the residence ol Mr. John l. Regers, contain
ng eight rooms. Possession of both tenements can be
given in a short time. Apply to w GODD1N.
ap‘27 —3t_ -___
FAKM FOR RENT NEAR THE CITY.-We offer for
rent for the balance of the year, a FARM on the
Brook Turnpike, about one and a half miles from tne
eitv containing about i»CTt%w» on which there are
40yor 50 bushels of wheat and oats seeded, and some
clover and grass, and a very large garden planted in
V*f he*Improvements are comfortable, and the farm build
ng. extensive the place well watered and healthy.
ii>37—4t^ AC” l° GRUBBS A WILLIAMS.
Frare chance
17OR MALE OR EXCHA^|«E, FOR
vAPiVT LOT4! ON MAIN STREET» Ml b Tilth
£lD DWELLING WITH BAKEHOUSE ATTACHED.
Desirous of a change of business, I offer for sale or ex
chiuge, for Lot. on Main street, the above well known
property, now doing a large business, having supplied
•bout one-third the trade of Richmond for the past
three years. It offers unusual inducements for a man of
enterprise. The store and dwelling, which is built oi
brick, fronts on Sixth street Port Mayo, and, <jon.ta,n*
•lx rooms above cellar. The Bakehouse, which u at
tached. contains four rooms, is convenient and well
m intruded. all being built ainca the war begun.
a r ci a
Seveatj-ii'e VACANT LOTS contiguous to the above
° Addrcsa by letter through the post office, or apply to
*tp36-lw*emi*e!,‘ ' TIMOTHY KERSE.
HROCER9 & PROVISION
MERCHANTS,
From Baltimore.
■ N .’.tore, and to arrive by Tuesday next, the fob
l owing:
160 barrels Sugars,
60 bags Coffee,
200 bbls. Flour,
100 hall bbls. Flour.
100 kegs Butter.
100 boxes Spices,
60 bbl>. Lar4,
25 bbls. Kerocene Otf.
10 bbls. Lard Oil.
iO u Sperm Oil.
26 Chests Tea,
510 boxes Soap.
5)0 - Cand.es,
10 Cases Stllad Oil
30 bbls. Viuegar.
30 44 S vi ups,
30 4 Molasses,
100 boxes Rasins.
90 cases Pickles,
30 barrels Egg*,
20 cases Bi. Carb. Soda,
20 - Saleratus,
50 Boxes French Coffet,
50 “ Chocolate,
600 Beef Tongues.
'Jb cases Vermicella,
20 • Maccaroni,
60 “ Coidensed Milk,
•jo " Yeast Powders,
100 Drums Fig),
20 cases Assorted Sauces,
10 *• Chow Chow.
100 lbs Garden Seed,
i HO Boxes Changes,
\0U “ Lemons,
'30 “ Sardines,
•300 “ Window Glass,
6 bbls. Putty.
.600 •• Potatoes,
50 *• Otiona,
•50 Herring,
50 “ No 1 Mackerel,
50 “ No J 44
60 “ No 3 44
300 44 Kitts, No. I.
100 “ Kitts, No. 2.
100 Tierces Hams.
26 Hogsheads Sides,
26 “ Shoulders,
JO 44 B east Pieces
60 bbl;-. Bolognas,
60 " Smoked Beef,
100 Sacks Fine and Ground Alum Salt,
Together w ith a General Assortment of GROCERIES
end PROVISIONS. For -ale *t lowest Prices by
KIMBERLY BROTHERS,
bo. 12, 16th Street, between Main A Cary,
4p34—a,T _at W, B, Radcllfe's old Stand,
Notice.
PARTIES having packages :n the Farmers'Bank o
Virginia for safe keeping, are requested to call irn
mediately at office over Connie », on Governor ftreel
audi take charge of the same
M 2T-3t J. M. GODDIN, Csnhiee.
i3US*N)'8S CAItPO.
N M LEE,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
ITI E R C *1 1* N T v*
AT OLD STAND ON FRANKLIN STBEET,
Between UU; A 16th, Richmond, Va.
WILL give special attention to the Sale of U*ro
duce, .llcrchiiiuliw'. and Property
ofevery dcMCriptlon, privately or publicly, on
Comniiaaion, and solicits consignments generally,
ap 36—lm___
A. 13. LI PS COMB,
Corner of Cary and I'oiohee Street**,
BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT.
rf^HE subscriber respectfully infoim* the citizens of
JL Bichmond that he is prepared to execute all
branches of Blacksmith and Wheelwright Work, and
will receive orders for hulldiDg Carts, Wagone, Drays.
Ac., on the shortest notice.
N. 11.—Horses shod by a practical hand
ap 04— 1 w* __
A. A. PARLEY & CO.
WHOLEULE AND RKTA1L PKALKRS IK
U oeerles and Provisions,
AND GENERAL
Commission jHrrtJants.
TH.ll EENT1I STREET, RICHMOND. VA.
Respectfully offer their se rvices to the citizens of Rich
mond and the country generally. The acquaintonee of
ti e house and business capacity, warrant good snd prompt
returns to consignors, and those who shall entrusl tjieir
business to their care.
Kkkeb to—
Davenport A Co.. Richmond , D. ('. Hardy A Co.. Nor
folk , (Jeo. W. Tinges, Baltimore ; B. Weir A Co., Halifax.
N. 8.; J. B. Faulkner, Charlotte co.. Va, ; J. D. Neal,
Danville, Va.; W. T. Anderson A Co., Lynchburg, Va.
K. A. Williams, Clarksville ; Harris A llowefl, Wilming
ton, N. C. ; Farley, Jure© A Co., New Orleans,
ap 16—tIM
WM E BURTON.
Auctioneer &. Commission Merchant,
No. 8 Main Street, four doors above the Old Market.
TilE subscriber, having secured the large warehouse
located as above, proposes opening the AUCTION
AND COMMISSION BUSINESS, and solicits consign
ments of all kinds of Merchandise and Produce, either foi
public or private sale.
Messrs. Tardy A Wilmarb, bo long and favorably
known to the trade of Virginia, North Carolina and Ten
nessee. will superintend the conduct of the bnslnesa.—
Letters addressed to them cr myself will be promptly at
tended to.
Ciooda, Tobacco, Ac., purchased on commission.
Storage taken on moaerate terms.
wales room tor rent. _ap!7—im
CHARLES L. LUDWIG,
Corner Ninth and Broad streets, upstairs.
IN PBKP.tHKl» to execute all orders In his
iine. such as Bank Note Engraving, Lithographic and
Printing on Steel. Copper and Stone.
Orders thankfully received. api4—tlatM
J. QUlliLlAJV1,
GENERAL ENGRAVER.
MhpoiIc Emblems, Silver V ere, Jewelry, Corps Badges,
'tamps. Seals. Dies, Stencil Plates, Ac., Ac.,
engraved at tbe shortcat noi ice.
NO. 3 WALL STREET
Under tbe St, Charles Hotel.
np<>7_j w _Richmond. Va
tf CTCIIEIiL A TILER. Watch.
Ati MAKERS and JEWELERS, beg leave to inform
their 'riendt and the public that they hare resumed bu
sines'at their old stand, 108 Main street. Richmond.—
Terms cash.
Customers who have left Walches or Jewelry (or re
pair ;*re requested to call for the s»me._npgt—I w
JOTJCE to the public.
Robert lumfkins* hotel, aito.
a 3d on Fifteenth street, between Franklin and Broad
street !, is still open for the accommodation ol visitors
and ai30 for boarders by the day, week or month.
aplT-l» BO. LUMPKIN.
At AMS’ EXPRESS COMPANY,
CORKER MAIN AN1> NINTH NT*..
BICHMOND.
PETERSBURG,
GOLDSBORO'.
CHARLESTON and
SAVANNAH.
ADAMS’ EXPRESS COMPANY
Have repossession of their offices in the above-named
cities, and are prepared to forward all military freights.
Packages for civilians should be accompanied by s
permit from the military authorities.
ADAMS EXP n KBS COMPANY.
bit Broadway,
d-tt Broadway, and
ap .1—ta , ‘rVenty-Sovenlh street._
TO Jlorthorn CtipifnlisOt!
Persons in this city (and heir numbers are many)
are dethrone of negoli it mg w th capitalist t for moans to
rebuild their burnt property—persona or corporations
desiring to invest in good rea estate «ecurity, in tbu
^y would hsve an opportunity of using their surplus
meana to an advantage to themselves, ai d also benefit
others, ae well as give employment to hundreds o media
u c» of this city who are anxeiusto go *o w ork. The sub
scriber is des rous to borrow, say §10 OW, and give a
lease on ground that te-day under the hammer, would
bring the money. The property is situated on Main 8t..
tn the business heart of the city. For particulars, ad
address
ftp38_2w Eichmond Whig.
A CARD.
fir MILE on Parole I will resume ’he practice of
W Medicine land Surgery Office at w^nt with
Dr. Pollard, Governor st. '• "• v\- RR -R* JJ. D.
Maj C. S Artillery.
P 8—Strayed on Monday last N. E.. of City, a
small yellow and white t'ow, with right hip bone
dattenec. A reward w ill be paid for her return.
ap 38—M.__p
XVOODI WOODI
A AA CORDS WELL-SEASONED PINE WOOD for
4-1‘U sale It if abe t: thr.-e miles Com the Richmond
and Fredericksburg Railroad, at the drat c-oaeing be
yond the Chlckahominy.
A 1,8,\
3 stacks of B-ioe WH-at Svaw.
• jzxzx kj°ohn rcKr
LOST- STRAYKP Attl> STOLEN._
HEW ARD.—Stolen or strayed from my wagon.
SOu at Mr. King's bouse on the hilPbelow Rocketts,
ou the night of the 19th TWu MULEr—a bay and a
mouse colored or yellow mule. They were in good or
der.
Any pernio returning them to the Sutler of 10th New
Hampshire Volunteers, or give information which will
lead to their recovery, will secure the above reward.
ap"4—1 w_PETER TURNEY.
$2,000 K * — R D
An/ person residing in Virginia or elsewhere into
who*e hand* one or more of the valuable papers listed
below may have come, will receive his pro
portion of the above reward by sending it or them to my
address, through Adairs’ Express Company, with in
structions to receive the reward on delivery of the
bonds.
No questions will be asked—so. the names cf the par
ties will not be known.
Messrs. R. A. Lancaster A Co., Stock Brokers, Main
street Messrs. Maury A Co., Stock Brokers, near Spots
wood Hotel, and Mr. John Purcell, Stock Broker, will
alio have the kindness to act for me in this matter.
JOHN STEWARD.
Office, Franklin Street, between 7th and 8th.
Richmond, April 25. ap26— tf
City of St. Louis, 6 per cent coupons, Nos. 124
126, 135 to 142 inclusive, issued 1864, due
1874. Phoenix Bank, New York. February
and August 10 bonds of *1 000 each. • 10,0(A)
City of St. Louis, 6 per cent, Not 45 to 49
inclusive, do. do. do., April and October, 5 000
City of St. Louis. 6 per cent. Nos. 24 25, 418
to 425 inclusive. 480 to 483 inclusive, and
497: principal, due 1874; Coupons. Jauuary
and July, 15 bonds, i6,Uli©
City of Memphis coupon. 6 per cent Charles
ton aud Memphis Railroad pledge therefor
Nos. 661. 563. 666 to 672 inclusive, princl
pal. in New York. 1884 coupons, January
and July 10 of «1,( 00, 10.000
Virginia and Tennessee Riiiroad coupon. 6
per cent. Nos. 168, 169 338, principal, due
in New York. 1873 coupons, January and
July 3 of #1,000, 41100
Virginia and Tcnne-see Railroad do. do..
No*. 306 to 339 inclusive. 1.366 to 1.371 in
elusive: principal, due 1866: interest Janua
ry and July 40 of 1500, *>.000
Virginia and Tennessee Railroad do. do..
Nos. 101 435 to 438 inclusive. 440, 473( 474
898. 197,661, due in New York, 1884, cou
pons, January and July, II of $1,000 11.0l4)
Virginia South-side Railroad coupon. 6 per
cent. Nos. 146, 147, 104 to 166 due 1870. in
Petersburg: do. do.: 6 of $1,000. 6.01K)
Virginia Central Railroad coupon, 6 per cent.
Nos. 963 to 967 inclusive; due 1881, 5 of
$1,000, 6.1100
Virginia Central Railroad do. do. due in
1884: Nos, 100. 108, 381, 433. 4 of *1.000. 4.000
Richmond and York River Railroad coupon.
8 per cent: January and July; due in New
York 1377: Nos. 39. 42. 176. 277 to 284 in
elusive, 310. 343, 341. 359. 360, 374,380, 381
19 of #1 000 19 000
Richmond and York River Railroad coupon
8 nercent; January and July: principal, in
New York, 1377 Nos. 132 147. 149 263 to 266
inclusive. 268 273 274, 318, 325. 333, 366,369
384. 40: 17 of $1,000. 17.000
Orange and Alexandria Railroad coupons,
6 per cent; January and Jnly: principal
loTo. in r*ew ion>;
1.227, 1.531 1633. 1.553: 8 of i! 000 8.000
Orange and Alexandria coupon 6 per cent.
May and November: principal 1865. New
York: Nos. 43 137, 244. 245, 276 to • 77 in
elusive: 327 . 433. 438—10 bond* of 1600
each, ®
Orange and Alexandria coupon 6 per cent.,
January and July. 1875. principal due In
New York; Nob. 156. 277, 491, 494—4 bond*
of 1500 each. ^ 9-000
Orange and A'exandria Railroad Nog. 1 026,
1,163 1.468 1 467 and 1 525 principal due
in 1875 ; five Bonds of 1 000 each, £000
(•range and Alexandria coupon 8 per cent.,
May and November principal 1873. New
Y'ork. Nos. 615. 617. 658 674. 743. 829 831.
832, 839, 844. 845. 855, 856, 867—!4 bonds
Of $1,000. 14,006
Oiangeand Alexandria Railroad, due 1875.
du- 1876. Nob. 1,028. 1162. 1,468, 1,469
and 1.526 fiveot 1 000 each, 6.000
Town of Lynchburg coupon 6 per cent., Noa.
227.228,11,13 to 19 iacluBive“-10 bonds of
$1,000. 10.UU1
Soutbside Railroad (guaranteed by Peters
burg) coupon 6 per cent.: Nos. 18 to 22 in __
elusive—5 bonds of $1,000 each, ^ 5.000
Town of Petersburg coupon 6 per cent.; Nos.
54. 55. 66. 71 to 75 inclusive, and 79 and 90
—10 bonds of f 1.000 each, 10,000
Richmond and Petersburg Railroad 7 per ct.
coupon Nos 113 to 122. inclusive, and 179
to 183, inclusive—15 bends of $500 each, 7600
$186,600
There were also lost at the same time, Scrip for—
Va. and Central Railroad, guaranteed and register
el, $2,900
Riclimonf and York River Railroad, registered in
name of P. K. H.-14 of 1.000. 14.000
Va. Central Railroad shares, (D. K. S. and J. 8.) -57
Orange and Alexandria Railroad shares, 333
Exchange Bank shares.
Besides these bonds and papers—of which payment
will be stopped and a renewal demanded—there was a
package of bank notes, issued by various Southern
banks, amounting to *1,620- Should these have fa.len
into the hands of any honest person, he will, on return
ing the same receive my thanks and one-half the amount
returned for nis trouble.
JOHN STEWART. Brook Hill.
Office : Franklin, between 7th and 9thstreets.
Reference—J. L. Bacon, Grace street, between 5th
and 6th streets; Richmond.__ap 12—tMl
FIVE DOLLAHM Reward, Stolen, a
large dark bay Stallion, two white feet on the right
side slightly foundered n > shoes on, white star in the
f.rehfiid: lurk. « hU
ap 27. —3t* 17th street, near Central Railroad Shops.
iL rn REWAKO.-We will pay the above re
3h£)\_/ w-ard for the return of -our books which were
removed from Charles Hunt’s door during the fire of the
3d inst., any information or the books, if found esn be
left at this office. MINOR 4 BUKRR.
ap. 27-3t*_ -
mo/\n Ki:UAH1>.—Lost or stolen a $1,000
Jt/Ov Greenback Note, dated IJarch 10th, 1864, No
q 954
Any person returning the note to this office, or glvixf
Information which will lead to its recovery, will «eour»
the above reward, and no qcktionb asxbd.
\p7-20t _ _
Richmond. April 25th, 1865.
ICE 1 ICE ' ICE'—Having made arrangements for a
full supply of ice for the season. I will open mv ice
house this morning, and will be pleaaed to furnish my
old friends and customers with pure spring water me. ai
a very low price, ip largs or emah
3t«Ice Hnu*e on 6th s’reet nearJTay^
AND PRINTING PRE-v, FOR HALB-Platen 22 1-4
by 32 ’.-2 with or without self-inking apparatus;
is in good condition, and will be seld cheap.
Apply at the Whig Job Office *pJ4
LOST, MT1HYEP AND ETOLEW
IONT .—A young, half-bird Alderuev COW
j spotted. For the recovery of which a liberal re
ward w ill be paid.
WANTED.
A White Man and his wife to reside on a farm, one
mile and a half from Richmond. The roan to labor and
the woman to cook and wash for a small familv.
Apply to Gltl BBS A WILLIAMS.
ar.28— 2t_
REWARD.—Lost on Clay street or Brook ave
nue goifip to I«t Divis on. 2-ttht'orp- a brown
Morocco Diary, containing one t.-n dollar green
back and papers of no value to any one but the owner.
It was marked ou iaside of the cover Chas. H. French,
8th Main Vols.
" Also, at the same time several letters. addre--ed Chas.
H. French.
Whoever will return the above to Tirpin's Tobacco
Manufactory, on 18 h street, near Main, or to the Sutler's
tent 8th Maine Vols. on Brooke avenue, will receive
the above rew ard.ap28--4t* :
ijrA REWARD.—Sto’en from the Spotswood He tel
on the night of the 00th instant, a BROWN
AND WHITE CAS8AMEBE VEST, GOLD HUNTING
CASE WATCH marked "A. H. Gage." GOLD CHAIN
ANI) SEAL also a sum of mcney The above reward
will be paid upon the delivery of the articles to
CORKEBY A MILLWARD
ap28—2t* Proprietors. —'
AI'C'TIOW MALES-Ihlt Pay.
By Regnault A Co. Auctioneer
( orner Main and 9th streets.)
WE will sell at auction on SAIU tDAY 29th instant
at 12 M. on lot corner Main and 9th street*—
One Single Horse Curriage
One set Single Hi mess
One superior Draft Horse
REGNAULT A CO..
gpi»—tds Auctioneers, Ac.
BY HANES & CO.
(f.4 Main Street.)
\\TE .will sell, at the horse lot. on SATURDAY
yy Several Sadd'e aaJ Harness Horses.
1 Spring Wigon *nJ Harness Ac.
HANES A CO.,
ap 28—2t Auctioneers.
AL'CTIO* MALES—Future Pay.
T EAMEM OF VALt AULE LOTS IN
the Burnt District tit ituetio**.—On
TUESitAY, May 2d, commencing at 12 o'clock M., we
will lease at auction, upon the premises respectively, the
following lots, to wit:
The lot on north side of Main, between 9th and lOtn
street*, being the same formerly occupied by John F.,
Regnault—25 by 100 feet.
The three lorn facing the Square, known as the “Park
House" pr« perty. on the south side of Bank, between
9th and 10th streets, fronting 60 feet, running back 76
The lot on north side Main, between 12th and 13th
s'reets, former y occupied by Mr. B. W. Know les—25 by_
100 feet. , . t
The leases are to be for five years, with the privilege
of renewal for five y»ars more. Buildings are to be
erected according to plans which will be shown at the
time. , .
By leanest of the executor of S. P. Vial, deceased.
J ' GRUBBS A WILLIAMS,
pr "7 _ Auctioneer
TO I ICE.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER’S OFFICE.)
Armv ok the James, >
Richmond, Va . April 27th. 1865.)
There will be offered for sale at public auction, near
the Steamboat landing st Rocketts in this city, on SAT
URDAY. ti e 13th day of May next, a number of Con
demned Animal* belonging to the United States Govern
ment. There will also be a lot offered for sale in the city
of Petersburg on the same day.
Terms.—l'aj men'* rau&t be unde in United Statea
Government fuuds at the date of purchase.
JOHN B. HOWARD,
Lt. Col. and Chief Q. M.,
ap28— tds Army of the J»mes.
_ WATT*.
ITT 4 TTElk*~To purchase a good secon 1-hand
W SPRING WAGON in sound running order.
Apply at 36 MAIN STREET. -
_ap28—3-T__
A WHITE MAN WANTED who unde-stands packing
and assorting Copper. Brass and Rags, at No. 199
broadstre^t. near 6th._A. SMITH & CO. '
WANTED.—TWO WHITE GIRLS—One to Cook.
Wash and Iron, and one to do general House
work. Apply to Mrs. Bailey, Arcade Saloon. 17th street
between Main and Franklin. _ap27—3t*
INFORMATION WANTED of Private GEO. RICHARD
POLLARD, of Caroline, Virginia. Company B, 34th
Virginia Cavalry, Gary’s Erigode. Be is missing and
supposed to have been taken prisoner. At the time of
his supposed capture he was dismounted, and under me
command of Lieut. Col. Barter. .... , .
Any information of him will be thankfully received
by his parent*.
Address, through public paper*. q r POLLABD._
WATCHMAKER WANTED.-One more good work
man ran find emphyment One wLo can do
Ml „rolJ
ap‘J6-4f opposite Fry’s Lodi re’ Ice -’ream Saloon. _ *
^XTED—V JENIFER SADDLE in good condi
tion. ‘ Also, Bridle and Spur*.
Address A R. li. Wli ap26-tf
pEKNOiUL-_
King William Connty(Va.
IvpriRVT *TION wanted of the wber> about* of AL
BERT BCMINSON. Company G. 22d Va. Battalion.
Hartr.n’s Brigade, Cu»t<* Lee’s DivUion. If in prifon
trvand be released and come home, let the terms be
what they may. All is well at home. Northern papera
i.ftup (tAijp And ffTCAtljr oblige _ .
p A distressed mother^
_ TOTICE.—If this should meet the eye of DAVID or
IN ELIZA SCOTT, (colored ) who lived when last heartl
iron near Old street. Johnaton’s Mill*. Petersburg Vfc,
thev will hear from their son. by addressing a letter tt>
Wm H. Scott U. S. S. •* Chippewa." Jamea River, Va.
vnv information of the above named parties will be
thankfully received by the undersigned ^ -
On board U. 8. P. Chippewa, Jamea River, Va.
Petersburg papers please copy._ap 38-3C
OTICE -Mr. C. H. Frerch,, Sutler 81a* Maine, will
find some BOOKS belonging to him by calling on
P. L. STAKNER. Sutler 81st N. Y. V., lat Br-gade. 3d
Division Broad Rock Trotting Course. ap38—»t»
Richmond, April 8, 1865.
BWAKDWF.IiL is happy to announce to hi*
• friends and the public generally that he ha* re
turned to the city, and would he happy to see them at
hia office. M«Daniel’s Negro Jail, at their convenience
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