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-TETMER SAN FR'.NCI-CO.
X . toli iwine <I."patch wsi wived by the fee
.. . R , T : tfce Navy on Sunday from Messrs. Aiptn
wal! A ( .. < wnera ot the «tGtmer|£an Francisco :
\c W Y. KK,;*nu:>rT -t'.i—Mate of the brij NV
. vV.nf.'ke the-t<airier '^ 8 " 1 rancisco, D<rein-
He c»*<* * eon-latent and intelligent
e ;«,;e« t;.st rapt. Watkin* had plenty
,' n v>. >,?. He h« fJ . however. Ilihtened the
' i .1 There were tio men at the pump*.
v'i• Naj'olcon wa« at the!)<•*«•« {Hint with
var.ic-I' her. and saw twenty male p-.s
Vr'm.iA.-k, The cabin, hurricane dock to:-
* •" it: « W.«?'*••* VVfil'P 1 UH£nH£< v " to
r ".!['■ : A, :, merely vih- i upper w.rke. ami 1-
' , vvV&ouse-weret:>tie. butthe wheel#
were entire, *ni Mi guards »i jc'-o.i order.—
■; r )»• sure that the ru Ider wa- el! rii;ht. —
v. ~ ,„ H rt i»a- .-one a! T,-!de." k. but flu? mlz
. n r,a imp,.-a-st toward* her f.«t»-ty. •
' 'i smoke-stack* were entire!v
Wrtl 1 ""»• , . - I e,.j *
The hull WkeJ to l>e to coo 4 order. Ihe
> ..V.'.it* wr: a -tron? nLh! i>ree*e trom th«'
.'l.'. vrf«T Ac tar a* rouM be ascertained the
■ .'am pun ps were work int.
J- ' *:<• ••• --r was ajain »<H'ti on the 20th Deceits
..-t»;ti rt.euraa out forward, and her head
. > !'>,» damaj''* to her occurred in the
t!.in r vM, wiit.'ii »'M intensely »e*ere.
\- ' f;i; i\ Or (THE GREAT WESTERN
RAILROAD.
, FTR ,-- .lan 7.—The Great Western Railroad
•t-'d in one week 'rum to-day, ami
\ rtrav 'on the Moti.iay followiti!;.
■■■ :i. ■ ;r. meter 11 this city ti.i- tuorniug, stood
a' ■ dcret g below zero.
M v 6 ft at Ui« Albion Female Sonlaary,
n jt?.'. Insurance, *10,1*00.
K VILRO \D ACCIDENT.
\ 7. —Ye-terday n't?rnooo. Mr. !>n.
i rf i.e ( : i.vr n. while walking on the track of
• - K*-t- :n ktiiln si. near Ipswich, wts run ever
iirs.-ce l -■ v-ml rods, and so much in
. j..vj h*. i' will he neee--ary to a'riputate both
'it - Mr. Mu lire ise minis:mer of Esses county.
PK'.'ISION" IN THE ANTI-KENT CASE.
Sxw York. Jan - —The court of Appeal* of this
• ...sd-'i ii" i a.- the claims of the Anti-
Renters.
I r». New York, for London,
i :js i»e,-n t-.tai.'y wrecked. She met w itii the duac
ter ct the-'' :U December.
jM '■ UTANT FROM CALIFORNIA.—ARRIVAL
OF THE ELDORADO.
r, • : r Eidorado the San Francisco papers
— ' tii have i'cei; r> ceived The principal iien s
v to Walker's Fiilibustering K.vpe.
■ ():. :;.t i of December lit n.ade an excur
.!j S.:. ii.- jo, w.:t-re he had arrived a few
i!-.-, - (rt ■ .'U-- to the capture of the Governor, to
' :n-. il' was at'acked i j the Mexic .us and de
-1 r«■ . ot i. or 11 men. lie and the rest
t ( po ' v tied, iiui were pursued by the Mexicans
int a b use at Euaenada, where, at the latest ac
•f. . were besirsed bv several hundred Mex
. - whi. .id cu' thein <i'i from their boats and
I ' dt:i-:;i t: litu reai :.:i.g the Caroline which
v, .- aa bored near. Several parties had gone to
T. mv.-binfiy and a part of the mails of the Win
,.t . > " were tw ■ .ost. The ship hud not yet
broken --.p.
T P«i ' R -.: roan S'irvy r z expedition wvt
hli'-v * .•; So and an elaborate report was ex- i
t • v v rains, the rivers were high. Mia
i inta were very fav< rable.
Tlie bark Oaeta sailed on the 15th with 250 Pilli
:a an<i j■ lefisty ol aiumui; iiio:), riie authorities
. '-tic. :< : -:op her—others were pre^ar
i*' i*'.- ? i 5:..: Jenny Lind was lost in goinsout
<f theharl the itt.i Some difficulty had oc-i
c'i'd ' V' department, and three hundred had
re«j;gn»-.(i.
N* 3. —Arrived at S-.i: Francisco 10th, ships
W.,..:. f'];..ii'l..>•. and Corner. New York;
11.'. ?ii'-pK Mmdarint arui Kaven. New York; Witch
o? ■ •*"«% , Boston; li b, sL p Nu't;. Wind, New
York; ' Jth, ship W'.d- Awake. New York.
Market.- —The San Francisco Herald says that
nearly every department ot trade ;§ dull in conse
«; .e of the continued heavy importations and Uni
ted demand from the inferior. Kiour heavy. Small
#<-• ego: and Haxall at 10. Pork de
c. - ; M»-sa -"f New Coffee scarce and the
inari'-t e.v :ied. >aiesat auction ol' Lags Java
bt&.u i!c. Gunny nags declined to 13J. Adaman
ts s Candles 25c.
THE ERIE TROUBLES.
Kr. * . Jan. 7.—The two Kiipa'rieks. Dr. Sherwine,
arc John K. Jack have been arrested and taken to
Pittsburg. Ah is qaief at present.
fS? LCONI) OLbFATCH.]
The arrest of' the Kilpatricks and other leaders of
the mob has completely cowed the rioters, and the
r:ng efid'-rs are absenting themselves The U. S.
marshal is here, iully determined to enforce the law
and maintain the rights of the Railroad company.
DESTRUCTIVE CONFLAGRATION.
N-'a Vokk, Jau. B.—A fire broke out about 10
o'c t>c.< ti;:s nurning, in the Metropolitan Hall, by
wh in the space of two hours, that magnificent
bu '.dine, and the new marble fronted hotel, called
the La r ar*e Hotel, were entirely destroyed.
No other buildings were burnt other than the L;i
Fare-House and Metropolitan Hall. The root'of a
frame building on Mercer street was crushed in by
the iaihug ot t.he rear wall of the hotel, and several
other buildings were scorched. Nothing but the
,t the Hotel were let', which were levelled by
the foremen. The Hotel was leased bv Charles
W-ght and furnished entire, aud was to have been
opened in a few days. Nearly all tin furniture was
burnt o: otherv.;.<e destroyed. The lire originated in
Metropolitan 11 ill,where Julie:, was preparing
tor a grand dress ball.
DESTRUCTIVE FIRE AT PORTLAND.
Portland, Jan. w . —The Custom House at this
p«ace a- entirely destroyed by fire this raorninar*
It wa6 of upieti, besides by the Post office, Reading
Room, Atlantic Bank, 1". S. Court, National History
fcon* ty, Bailey's Book rrtore and other tenants.—
L very tiling in the Post-office was saved, but the
contents ot the Custom House, the splendid col*
lection ot the National History society, Judge
Ware'? valuable library, the Reading Room and
Court Rooms were entirely destroyed. The log- is
heavy and fails chiefly on the government. The
building was formerly the Exchange, and was sold
to the government for $ 129,000.
THREATENED RIOT AT WHEELING.
Whellino, Jan. 7th.—Handbills have been posted
throughout the city to-day threatening Bedini. the
j'opt s Nuncie, who is at present here. No distur
l»a:.ce has however yet taken place.
NOMINATION.
Cii. I'M bus, Jan. 7 —The Democratic State Conven
'-'bio to-day adopted :he Baltimore platform
ol r i, and nominated J?. K. N jrria for judge of the
Supreme court of the Slate.
PROBABLE LOSS OF THE JAS. A. SHANTER.
Nt» V otiK, Jan. —There are fears entertained
rere of tn-r ion? of the Calcu'.ta ship James A. Shan
't/. Her cargo is valued at $3110,000.
SEARCH FOR THE SAN FRANCISCO.
1 rro*. Jm.S —It is rumored that the Riwm
V *'• t},l « station, has been ordered to search for
Ue sieaiiit r Sun Francisco.
'] hs Di'el Fought bv Mb. Koi-l".—A Paris Ift
t-ol the duel loui:ht by Mr. i-oule, Sr.,
ami t:.»- Manjuu de Turgor, says "the parties fought
faall sworde. Toe afiair lasted three-quar-
J- an hour. At length Mr. ssfoulo lell, when
j>uke, withtlie point oi hie! sword to his hrea=-t,
j • his opponent to retract." A letter dated
• • ni. however, a different vereion. Il
■ii.'■ dad took place with pistole, at twenty pa
c-c. parties meeting at Chamartin, a league
.'lad rid, at halt-pn*t eleven. The first tire
tt •>; without eflijct. On the second lire 51.
; - r -' y was shot through the leg. near the knee;
■ ' - - removed horn" in his carriaee,
' ,r e the injury pretty well. The leg is now a
•' iv! swollen, but as it appears that the kn«v
--' *'• tou-'he i. and no principal artery
w-.-utwd it i-; trusted that his state is not one of
[■ '' r ' -oule ww not wounded."
j'eriy, Secretary o! the American Legation,
"j the S'-condoof young sfoule. in his duel
Duke ol Alba. They fought with swordi.
■ l : rllJ f'at' :y wnhou "ither being wounded, and
i ' l '* s^c< f n d« drawing up a minuteut the
'■. ' ashavirjg heen conducted in a manner
' or y tli" honor and reputation of both
I y ,a *'d«o agreed that the letters whi'-h
u ■ between th-m should be mutually
"s'j »itn.
NOTICE.—NEW YORK
V"' i NIA steamship company—
S* ' ' , v^ r * Buiiion, Jewelry, Prtcioua
ii" ' w V aluable Articles of any kind will
v, , . /,i "H ' £f d of either of the Company's
* ' . ~ fc J <uu"ku>wn or the Roanoke, ex
~- » I*' '" c agreement with the Agents or the Pet*
te . ' ' '*■,* ul l'* " or fill 'he Company be responsi
tb~-»t , "P cl es. un.ess bi.lsof lading are granted
-* audtoe vaiue therein stated,
b!) LUDLAM i: WATSON,
— -t Aw ■ '».
40 |' A '- :^ KEKiNJtiJJtet'OAlt—
<>, ■ fu'vtrucd—landing this
r : o«i itcumer aisd for »aie by
WtLLiA b. BROTHER
U J ' A A- hTUAKT'B "h" and "C"
• t - OARS, rsceivh g tr.d for sale by
■i" 4 davenport, allen l co.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.
IGNORES*.
\Vj»hii«i T(i», Jan. P.—ld the Senate, Mr. Rndg<r
o!i red * resold on, the object of which wa*to give
it limited credit for duties on railroad iror.
Mr. Benjamin offered « resolution calling for tfce
d p:om*(lc correspondence relative to the right of
way across the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. Adopter.
The Home wu not in session. having adjourned
over in honor of the anniversary of the battle of
New Otlenoi
SEARCH TOR THE SAN FRANCISCO.
Baltimore, Jan, P.—The steamer Union, of tie
Baltimore *nd Charisston line, ha* been chartered
by the Secretary of the Navy to proceed in search
of the ttf,at;)»r San Francisco. She will leave U
morrow.
EEDINI BURNT IN EFFIGY.
WHtELiits, Jan.9 —The arrival of Bedlci in thi*
city created great excitement, and he was burnt in
< '?.- v. After which lie thoaght it prudent to leave
the city.
ELECTION OK MAYOR.
Hoston. Jan. 9— Ur.J.V. C. Smith, the people'*
candidate, has been elected Mayor of this city, afttr
« -Ti ral unsuccessful trials.
GREAT FIRE IN PHILADELPHIA, fcc.
Philahkll'MH, Jan. 9—The machine shop of the
Reading Railroad, together with eight or nine er
mines, were burnt to-day. L-ss estimated at
000.
There was a great assemblage of the Veteracs of
1812, to-day, to celebrate the anniversary of the ta>
tie of New Orleans.
ARRIVAL OF THE GEORUE LAW AND STAR
OF THE WEST.
New York, Jan. S.— The steamers George Law
and Star of the West have arrived, bringing SI,7iC •
WO in gold.
THE MARKETS.
Baltimore, Jai.. y—Flour had advanced 32J c s
per bbi.
•) liEWAKD. —Stolen, from my room,
on 7th inst., a handsome CRAPE SHAWL,
heavy embroidered, tor the return of which I will
pay the ebove reward. MARTHA HOMES,
ja —*t' Near Lninpkins'Jail.
Dli. A. C. liAKDIN, lioTANio Phvsi
cian, otiere h:s services to the citi/ens of Rich
mond and vicinity. He may be found at the office of
Dr. Robinson, on Franklin, between 13th and 14th
streets, at ail hours, night and day, when cot profes
sionally ecguged.
Extracting Teeth only 2b cents.
I tuke pleasure in recommending to my friends Dr.
Hardin as a iiotaLic Physician, who has studied rne
dicine, graduated, and received his Diploma,
ja s—2m* K. D. ROBINSON' M II
BANK OF \IKUIAIA.—
A The general meeting of the stockholders of the
Farmers' Bank of Virginia will bo held at their
Banking lie use, in the city ol Richmond, on Wed
nesday, t he 11th day of January, 1&>1.
"No officer or Director of a Bank shall hereafter
vote as Froxv of a Stockholder in any election of
Directors or officers of a Bauk, nor shall any Proxy
be valid, which shall have been executed sixty days
before the time of ejection."
FORM OF A PROXY.
Know all men by thtse presents, that I, ,
do appoint my substitute and proxy, to
represent me in the General Meeting of the Stock
holders of the Farmers' Bank ol Virginia, and in toy
name to vote upon all questions that may come be
fore the said meeting concerning the said Bank.
Witness my hand and seal this day C!
lE'xJ.
dec 23—Stawtd J. A. SMITH, Cashier.
NOTICE. —The subscriber having taken
the buildings corner of Franklin and Wail sts.,
takes this ::ieikud rf calling the attention of his
liiei.ds and tile public generally to his new s'ock <.t
SADDLES, BBIDLES, HARNESS, COLLARS,
A:c. lie is prepared to execute all orders in his hue
with neatness and dispatch.
Having obtained the services of Sir. LEMUEL
RIPLEY, he is prepared to get up, in superior style,
and furnish as line Light Buggy auilCarriage Harness
as can be obtained m our city.
ja'.,—lm HENRY BAKER.
1* OK KKxS I—The Stone Ware Fac-
MdL tory tiiid W arehonses, together with aii the
anparatua complete, situated on the Alechanicsville
Turnpike, about two miles from the city. To a good
tenant, and an eariy application, terms wi)l be made
mode-rate. Apply to M. S. Schermerhorn, on the
premises, or to
J a ~ —eoSt ALEX- NOTT CO.
AIS'D FANCY GOODS.
Those who are not yet supplied with Gentle
men's Fancy ami Furnishing Goods, are invited to
raake ai early caii at the store under the American,
where they will find a iarge assortment of select
styles, at. very low price".
St WM- F. ADCOCK CO.
EMOVAL.—TIIE TIN AND .SULKT
IKON ESTABLISHMENT ot the subscriber
has been removed from 15th el. to 13th St., to the
house formerly occupied by Mr. Breckeuridge, oppo
site the grocery store on 13th st. of Mr. Win. Wallace
He returns thanks to his friends and the public for
the generous patronage heretofore bestowed, and
being now better prepared to attend to their favors
than formerly, lie respectfully solicits u continuance
ot the same at his new establishment.
tie 29 CHAS. H. LANGLEY.
1/XPLOIiATION OF THE AMAZON.
-L-J Exploration of the Valley of the Amazon, by
Lieut. \\ m. Lewis Herndon, L. S. N., with maps ai:d
plates, 3 vol. < vj.; Si.so.
" * ~ ''We shall have no difficulty in coming to
the conclusion, that no territory on the face of the
globe is to favorably situated, and that if trade there
is once awakened, the power, the wealth and gran
deur of Ancient Babylon and Modern Loudon must
yield to that ot the depots of this trade, that shall be
established at the mouths of the Oronoco, the Ama
zon, and the La Plata."—.Vat. Int.
Just received and for sale bv
JAS. WOODHOUSE,
•* " Eagle Square.
|.'t» WINTER MILJLINEK Y.—.>. C.
J KjBARTON, I ( >3 Main street, near 11th street,
has 011 lsai ! d a iar S e stock of MILLINERY
„ GOODS, silk, satin, velvet and straw BON
NETS; trench FLOWERS; neck and bonnet RIB
BONS ; mourning and French worked COLLARS
which will be sold unusually cheap de 8 '
STRAY COW! STKAY COW!
Strayed frern my residence on the 11th
JI- a Red and White COW",
'* size; has six teats; had a rope ou
her neck when she left. Any information concern
ing her, will be thankfully received, and a reasona
ble reward given.
. E. L. CURRIER, Gauge Dock,
ja j—7t* Above the Armorv.
WATCHES AND JEWEEK* —
Just received on consignment a few very
Jk :•>dL handsome Gold Lever WATCHES, of su
*®c»««J,perior quality.
BATCHES and a small lot of fine
JhU hLß\—which will be sold very low. bv
. THOMAS W. KEESEE,
ja G bt jio. 20 Pearl street.
A NEW LOT OF OOLD eEJNS — JAS.
W OODHOUSE, Bookseller. Eagle Square, has
just received a large iotofGold Pens, with and with
out cases. 1 nes* P«ns were selected with care, and
are wai ranted. Should the points come otf, they
w- «e exchanged within u reasonable time.
1 EONAKb TKIUMI'HANT !— DOC
10RS IN A FIX—LEONARD'S
RELIEF AND SPEEDY CI RE FOR fitnAiJ
COLDS ASTHMA HOARSENESS, tc.. dehei
competition. There is no Physician in the Univer"
who has eflec ; ed so many cures as this sure and sim
ple remedy. Try it.
To be had in 25 and 50 cent hottles of
THOMAS LEONARD,
. . . _ 222 Broad street,
J a Corner of 4th. Richmond.
\ LL FAitALEKS will tind the Plantation
Book, published by J W. RANDOLPH, a most
usetul work. The use of it will save labor and mo
ney. Price it will be sent by mail, postpaid, to
those who remit the amount. ja7
BRANDON BITTERS. —This is a most
excellent Tonic, Diuretic, Anti-Dyspeptic and
Invigorating Cordial. The above is mane I'rom a
valuable recipe from "Lower Braudun," in Virginia.
It has been (airly tried and found truly efficacious iu
the above disorders, arid is now offered as a remedial
sjsent 'it which perfect reliance maybe placed.
Warranted purely vegetable and recommended by
the medical faculty. For sale only bv
R H. DUVAL & BRO,
■i tt ' Druggists. Main st.
LO»ST OK bTOLEN.—About tbe 2< tli
December, was lost or stolen, a large wrought
Ooid C«st RING, ou which wa» a crown and wreath
engraved. As it .8 highly pri?«d by the owner, a lib
era! reward will b<j paid far its delivery to the sub
scribers.
ja O-tit ALEX. NOTTfc CO.
WE have in stor#- a line ami well selected
stock of FAMILY GROCERIES and HORSE
FEED of every description— to which we beg leave
to eall the attention of the public. We will sell low
for cash or to punctual customers, and are prepared
to deliver them iu any portion of the city, free uf
porterage.
,t ■'*—lin PLEASANTS, COURTNEY & BROS.
4)1 l| I DOEEARS—Hire for lmndd to
dig Coal on Ksriawha. SltiO paid in ad
vim-e; balance amply securtd. Refer to P M.Tabb
it to a, ja (i—3t
WANTS.
WANTED —Actuation in the Hardware
trade, by a young man who baa had Iwn years
experience'in that hutine**. Good reference* cau
be given. Address X Y 7,, Richmond Post Ullice.
in 10—3t*
VV'ANTED.—By h white OIRL, a sltua
* » tion in a reapectahle family, a* cook, wa«lier
and ironer. The beat of city reference* to be had —
The advertiser c*n alio act a* cbamberiniid and
»eam«trep». Kor further particular) call at M. Mc-
COttMACK'S, No. 318 Broad »t. jalO—lt*
YVANTED— A SITUATION in sonTe
* * Dry Good* or Grocery Store in the city, bv a
youdg man who ha* had two year*' experience" in
each. Satisfactory reference* cau be given by hi*
former employer* if required. Moderate *i!ar\ —
limine** being hi* object.
Addre** A. C . Richmond Po*t Office.
j« in—V*
WANT E D.—l wuh to hire, by the
month or rear, a good GARDENER,
ja 10—«5t* ft. B. TYLER, Ba*in Bank.
Hirelings wanted—i wish to
hire 8 or 10 able MEN to work on the surfac
ol the Coal Mines. Libetul prices will be paid foi
good men.
j> I"—St JNO. J. WERTH. Agent.
WA NT E D—To hire, lor the present
year, three or four good Smith'* STRIKERS,
and five orr\ strong, healthy and sober LABORING
HANDS—oniy slave* wanted. Apply to
ja H—3t» BURR k ETTFNOi R.
OWNEK WANTED—For a box of mer
chandize, marked "Jame* Armstead." from
Philadelphia. R RANKIN,
ja 10 Agent U. S. S. Co.
YY7"ANTED, immediately, a good Duitkk,
» » for which a liberal price wiil be paid.
EDW'D E. DUDLEY,
jay 19th st., between Main and Kranklin.
PKIN ILR1LR \\ AN TED.—Wanted, in the
office ol the Democratic Recorder. at Fredericks
burg, a good BOOK and JOB PRINTER.
ja 9—3t
\\r ANTED—An owner fur 10 bbls. OiL,
» v received per sctir. Arcade, from Philadelphia.
Apply to
ja 1 ROBT. RANKIN.
WANTED —A situation in a Bookstore.
by a youth who has had 2 years experience in
the business, r-atiafactory references can be given
if necessary. Apj.Jy to SLADK Ai BAKER,
ja No. 3 Kxchaoge.
WANTED. —A gentleman atnl his wife
» » are desirous of obtaining permanent BOARD
in some private family where they can be considered
and treated as members of the family. They pro
pose to furnish their room—fuel excepted. Please
address " Southerner," at the Dispatch Office and
state location and the lowest possible terms. ja 5
XV^ANTED. a second hand Ikon Chkst.
» » Enquire at this office. ja .s—fit*
W ANTED—A good becoiid-hand Street
» > WAGON. ApMy to
j«-5 S. McGRUDER S SONS.
WANTED —A WET NUKSE, without
» * incumbrance. One well recommended can
obtain a good situation by applying to
ja 4—Ot BUTLER TINSLEY, Cary street.
\V" ANTED—For the year 1654, an able
" ■ bodied NEGRO MAN to work in our store.
ja i BHuUN SHOOK.
WANTED —A EAD, Ti or J4 years of
age. as clerk in a Clothing Store. One who
desires to learn the business preferred. To such an
one a permanent situation will be given. Apply to
S. MERCHANT Ac WEISIGER,
J a 112 Main street.
WANTED —To hire or purchase, a le
male house SERVANT. For one of good
character and capacity, a iibeial hire will be given by
the subscriber. JUAN Pi/ZINI,
jst 2 next door to the Exchange Bank.
WANTED, immediately, a white female
'• SERVANT. An elderly one preferred. Ap
-I'lv to EDWARD U EACHO,
de SI General Agent and Collector.
IY ANTED TO EMPLOY f«r the en
"» suing year, a good BLACKSMITH, two MA
CHINISTS, a PLOW STALKER, a PATTERN
MAKER, and a MOULDER on Machinery and
Plow Work. Good steany workmen may find con
stant employment, at fair wages.
WANTED—SOO Fan Mills manufactured for the
next season, for which fair prices per mill will be
givtn—the lumber, iron work, and shop room fur
nished to the undertaker of the job.
SAM'L COCHRAN,
de 29—I2t* Bank street, Petersburg. Va.
WANTED —Two first rate workers in
1 iN PLATE and SHEET I RON, to whom con
stant employment and libera! wage* will be paid.—
Apply at the Stove and Tin store of GEO. STAR
RETT, 14ti Main street, near Exchange Bank.
de 13—u
WANTED —For the ensuing year, five
able bodied NEGRO MEN, oi good charac
ter, suitable for mill work.
_oe_2B CRENSHAW k FISHER.
WAN I ED.—I wish to hire tor the en^
T " suing year, a good COOK, a good WASH
ER and IRONER Apply to
JOHN A. ROBINSON,
de 23 Corner Cary and Virginia sts.
WANTED —By the first or middle of
March, two or three first rate STRAW MIL
LINERS and several SILK MILLINERS. Apply
scon at N. C. BARTON'S,
de 16 109 Main street.
Ay ANTED, for the ensuing year, a good
TT cook, washer and ironer. Also, a middle agedi
male dining room servant Apply to
. , "RO picket! l ,
de 21—dts corner 6th and Leigh st«.
HANDS WANTED.—We wish to hire
ftr the Iron \V orKs iu Rockbridge County. Va
twenty able-bodied Negro Men, for which a liberal
price will be paid, and good and comfortable lodging,
board aud clothing provided, aud every attention
during sickness.
de 28 TOLER St COOK. Agents.
WAN 1 ED —A farst rate dining room
servant, accustomed to a private family. For
one of good character arid qualifications, a liberal
price will be paid. Apply to
JOS. P. WINSTON,
Corner Cary and 14th 6ts.
IV'fILLINERS WANTED.—Two or
XTA three good Silk Milliner..
Apply at N. C. BARTON'S,
ocb tf 109 Main at.
WANTED.—We wish to
a second hand FREIGHT
bOA I, of or 100 Tons burthen. Apply to
TOLER COOK. Pearl street.
ITLLINGTON SCHOOL .—The next
-■-i session of this school will commence on the 10th
ol January. 1854. Situated immediately on the Rich
mond, r redencksburg and Potomac Railroad, 25
miles above Richmond, no location c»n be more con
venient for parents residing there, or in tHe lower
country than Ellington; and it is believed that no
school in Virginia lias been blessed with more health
during its long continuance tit this place. The sub
scriber will be assisted by his son, and can therefore
take a larger number of boarders than he has for the
last lew years been willing to receive. Thecharac
ter of this school has long been known to the public
and the subscriber hopes for a continuance of that
patronage he has heretofore ac liberally received. He
feels the responsibility of his position, and will do all
in his power to promote the moral and intellectual
interests of those committed to his care. Terms for
board, tuition, bedding and candles. $110, payable
quarterly in advance. Direct to the Junction. Hiino
vel - TH H. FOX.
de 24—2aw8tArc3t
tJENERAE AGENCY, <Yc —KICHARD
A HILL, Jr. i. B. W. TALLEY. (of Hanover,)
General Agentaand Collectors, attend to Hiring out
kf-GROES, Renting out HOUSES, and Collecting
CLAIMS ot every description.
Mr. EDW ARD G. RAwLINGS, late of Spottsyl
van a, will have an interest iu our business after lat
January 1 S3l de 7-~dfccttsthJ
\IEGRO HIKING.—The subscribers
X'l againi otfer their serviceste their friends and the
public to hire oat negres i<»r the ensuing year. Thev
wiiluae their beat endeavors to get good bumei and
5?. 2 fn? e " Persons having Negroes to hire, wouid
do well to send thrm in as early as possible.
. Vi® T be . aa6 / sted }>y Mr. \V M. C TALIAFERRO
in this branch of our business, who has been encased
tor many years 111 hiring out Negroes.
Corner of \VaJ!aiid Franklin"trteets,\ichru.md.
N. K. & C. B- HILL still continue to sell Negroes
publicly and privately at the ; r old stand. corner
if "ail and frankhu streets. de 10—dA:<-t UthJ
BAND CHINA TEA SETTS.
V kt hsve recently opened several new
and desirable patterns of rich decorated and gold band
Tea Ware, to which we would invite the attention
ot purchasers. Also, French China Dinner Setts to
gether with a tine variety ot W G Stone China For
sale at 157 Mam street.
H 7 BULK LEY li CO
/GREENE & HEATH, COMMISSION
VR MERCHANTS, San Francisco, California, wil
attend to shipments of Flour, Tobacco ai.d Meicbao
dUe generally. Prompt returru will be made. Ref*r
Messrs A. A; A. Lawrence St Co , Bostui.: Alleu k
Paxson, Pattern, Adainj it Co., Maitland, Phelps k
Co., New York; Courtney, Cashing & Co., Baltimore,
Kdmond, Davenport i Co., Duveuport, Alien k. Co..
R chmond. »a 15—eodfirr.
I HAVE this day associated with me in
business my th/ee sons. The business in future
will be conducted under the firm of 11UOH W. KtvY
It SONS. HUGH W. FRY.
January 2d, 1854. ja 3—2»w2w
AUCTION BALES
FUTURE DAYU.
HALE—III pursuance of an
order of the Circuit Court of Henrico county.,
innde on the 4th day of Noternbet, I&SS, la tbe *ult of
Samuel C. Greenhow w Edwin Karrar, Thomas
vtuttch sod Richard Crouch* upon a naroiitief ukinat
the Turkishne and James River Companv. I *ball. on
THURSDAY, the 12th of the preaerit month, in front
of the Court Home of Henrico county, proceed tu
•ell to the highest bidder, for cuh, TWENTY-ONE
SHARES of id Company
j» 1» ALEX. B. HUTCHEEON. S. H. C.
4 DM IN IBTRATOR*B SALE.—WiII be
-i*. aold at the auction of N. B. tC. B. Hill, or#
THURSDAY, the 12th of the pre»ent month, one:
NEGRO MAN, William.
ALEX. B. HUTCHESON.
Sheriff of Henrico.
And a* *ucb, adm'r of Sarah Redford, dee'd.
ja 10
BY.GODDIN it APPERSQN.
VALUABLE WOOD LAND AT PUB-'
* LIC AUCTION.—WiII be *old, at public auc
tion, on TH URSDAY, the 19th day of Jan uarv, at 12
o'clock, upon the premis-s, 40 acre* of WOOD
LAND, situated on the Deeprun Turnpike, two
miles from tbe city of Richmond, adjoining the
land* of Joseph Sinton and Mr*. Price.
The aaid laud i* in the original growth of pine and
oak, and wiil cut from liO to AO curd* of wood per acre. -
The above land offer* great inducement* to timber
dealer*, and brick-maker*, being within a few min
utes ride of the city.
Immediately after the sale of the land will be sold
one hundred and fifty cord* of pine and oak wood,
cut last tall.
Tkrms—For tue Land—One-fourth cash ; balance
in 6, 12 and 18 month* for approved endorsed nego
tiable paper, interest added and title retained until
tbe last note is paid.
For the Wood—f months' credit for satisfactory
negotiable paper, interest added.
jait C.ODDIN it APPERSON. Auct*.
BY TAYLOR. it WILLIAMS, Aucts.
SALE AT TREE HILL OF CORN,
FODDER, OATS, HAY, fcc. kc.—On THURS
DAY, 12th January, a" 11 o'clock, A. M-. will be sold
a". Tree Hill farm, one mile below the city, about 300
barrels of CORN, and a large quantity of FODDER.
OATS. HAY, SHUCKS, CLOVER, kc. See.
Tf.rms—For amounts over $50, 4 month* credit for
approved notes, with interest added; under that
amount, cash.
By request.
ja 7 TAYLOR k WILLIAMS, Aucts.
Desirable residence on mar
shall STREETAT AUCTION.—On TUES
DAY, 17th January, at 4 o'clock, P. M, upon the
premises, will be sold at auction, the present resi
dence of Mr. VVm. C. Walthall, situated on the
north side of Marshall street near Brooke Avenue.—
The dwelling is of brick, End nearly new; is in per
fect order and finished in good style throughout, con
taining about 8 pleasant rooms with a wing and porti
coes in rear, brick kitchen, stable, smokehouse. Stc ,
together with a hydrant and well of good water.
The lot fronts GO leet and runs back about ISO feet
to an alley.
No reasonable expense has been spared by the
owner to make this a perfectly comfortable and
agreeable residence, and persons in want of such
property would do well to attend the sale.
Terms will be made to meet the views of purcha
sers. By request of the owner.
ja 6 TAYLOR Si WILLIAMS, Aucts.
BY DAVENPORT. ALLEN k CO.
GROCERIES, &c.. AT AUCTION —On
VjT THURSDAY, the 12th day of January, we will
sell at 10 o'clock, at our auction "store, an assortment
of GROCERIES, viz—
300 bags Rio. Java and Manilla Coffee
50 hhds. Molasses
100 bbls New York Syrup
300 bbls. Coffee Sugars
Bacon Sides, Soap, Candles
Mustard, Windsw Glass
Green and black Teas
Wrapping Paper, Rectified Whiskey
N. E. Rum. Sic , iic.
Tkrms—Under SiOO cash; §100 and over, 4 mos.
credit for approved paper.
DAVENPORT, ALLEN & CO.,
ja s—dtda Aucts.
rpo THE FRIENDS OF EDUCATION^
A —MISS LYFORD, having recently arrived in
this city, from Baltimore, is desirous of forming a
class of pupils in MUSIC and FRENCH. She" is
aware that the time usually chosen by parents and
guardians for selecting the instructors of their daugh
ters 4 and wards, is past; but as she does not intend to
teach the English branches, she believes that her ad
vertisement will not be considered out of place.
Miss L. desireß to call especial attention to her plan
of teaching French. Instruction in the language is
given in a manner that enables the scholar to com
mence conversation in it almost immediately, and
thus to acquire a perfect knowledge of it with great
facility. It has been the custom of Miss L. to cause
her pupils to begin conversation as soon as the.y ac
quire the rudiments of the language : consequently,
they do not labor under the disadvantage experienced
in many schools, of being unable to speak it or to un
derstand it when spoken; though perhaps perfectly
able to read and write it. Miss L. commenced the
study of the French in early childhood, continued it
under native teachers, and completed it iii a distin
guished foreign family, that ot the sister-in-law of
Don C»lderon de la Barca, late Minister from Spain
to the United States.
Music, Vocal and i instrumental, is taught, according
to the plan pursue-d by the most eminent Professors
of Baltimore. As the attention of Miss Lyford has
been particularly directed to the study of Music and
Krencb, and as she has had experience and success in
teaching these branches of a polite education, sho
hopes that she may be deemed worthy of the conli
dence of a discerning public.
Besides the names appended, which are all it is
thought necessary to publish from an extensive list,
Miss L. refers to the parents of her scholars in Essex,
King William, King and Queen and Gloucester coun.
ties : in the two last named she has been teaching
the above brauches iu conjunction with the English
for the last three years. j
it is the wish of Mies Lyford to commence her
course of instruction early in the month of January,
185*. All who are desirous of entering the classed
will therefore make immediate application, when
her terms will be made known.
REFERENCES.
M'lle. ALMA L'AIGNOUX, Baltimore, Md.
" AIMEE ROGET,
Mr. ASHUR CLARKE,
Prof. J. F. PETRI,
" JOS. GEGAN, Conductor of the Cathedral
Choir, Baltimore.
In this city, Mies Lyford conaidera it sufficient to
eive as a reference the name of the Rev MOSES D.
HOGE
Apply at the residence of the Rev. M. B. Sweeney,
Marshall street, between 4th and sth, nearly opposite
St. James'(Episcopal) Church de 12 lm*
/CLOTHING AT PRICES THAT MUST
MAKE IT GO.—lf you want to buy your Cloth
ing at a saving of 2i per cent, you have only to call
on LEVY. He is selling oH his stock of winter goods
at prices that will astonish you. Only think that you
can buy a suit good enough for Sunday at from SlO
to $20. Cassimere Pants at $2.50 to $3, and higher
prices: tigured and watered Silk Vests, of good qual
ity, at $2 and $2.50. Also. Gents' Furnishing Good*
of every description. All of which will be sold at
the lowest prices for cash, only. A. LEVY,
No. 59 Main St., opposite City Hotel,
Sign of tlie'Red Coat.
Clothing will be made to order in the best stvle as
low as it can be purchased ready made. "ja 6
BLANKETS, —A full assortment of heavy
Duffil and twilled Whitney BLANKETS for
negroes; also, Whitney and extra ailk-bound BED
BLANKETS, of our own importation, in atore and
for aale by
de 18 KENT. PAINE t KENT
WORCESTER S PIANOS.
< n~TT : T f I gffj F am opening anot her lot of Wor
-1 J U I J cesser's eiegaut Pianos. Profeasora,
a u amateurß and others, are invited to
examine my assortment. A MORRIS,
ja 2 Bookseller and Dealer in Piano Forte*.
OLD AND SILVER WATCHES.—
Just received a large and splendid assortment
of Gold and Silver WATCHES, in open, hunting and
magic cases, made by the most celebrated manufac
turers—warranted good time keepers. It you want a
Watch to give satisfaction us to time, quality, fcc.,
now is the time to set one—of
ELI AS HALE.
Importer and dealer in Watches, Jewelry and Fancy
Goods. 106 Main street. de 22
OLD LOCKETS, Gold Pencils and
Pens, Breast Pins Ear Rings, Finger Ringa.
gold Guards, Fob and Vest Chains, gold and aiiver
Spectacles, Eye Glasses, a variety of nice Fancy
Goods suitable for Christmas presents, all just to hand
and for sale at 106 Main street, by
ELIAS HALE,
Importer and dealer in Wktchea, Jewelry and Fa ne
Goods. 22
XTEW EMPORIUM.—FRANCIS A. R.
GEORGE respectfully informs the cituens of
Richmond and vicinitv that he has opened a store for
the su!e of CONFECTIONARY, both of foreign and
domestic manufacture, FRUITS, PRESERVES.
I ICKLE, I 1 IGS, RAISINS, TOYS, and every de
scription of articles usua'ly kept in such an estah
]i"foment, at the CORNER OK BKOAD AND
THIRD STREETS. He would be happy to receive
calls from his friends aud the public generally.
IST His assortment of Goods for Christmas pri
•enu. Ic . is complete. deli#
WE have on hand at our Lumber Yard,
comer of Broad and 17ih streets, a tine lot of
LUMBER, LIME, HAY, TAR, fce., and are P re P ar£i
to cot and deliver Lumber of all sixes and descrip
tions, at the shortest natice and en the most reasona
ble terms.
ia j-ltn PLEASANTS, COURTNEY fc BROS.
F~ I V E HUNDRED DOLLARS RE
ward.-the ANTIDOTE by Dr Jefrieicurjs
a certain disease in from three to five days, withoat
restriction as to diet, exposure or application to bu
siness
The proprietor challenges a single case the anti
dote wi:l not cure
Price IU, with fall directions.
Sold only by BENNETT k BEEJtS, Dmggists, sole
agents far Richmond. cc t—djm If
gSBB—
AUCTION BALES.
ZZZZZZZZZZHSSISS^ZZZZZZZ~
. 'r ££lUV1 UV ? A * "
orncc with a. j, si wara, wo. 20 mn, ij.
VOTICE. —Will be aold for and on be
half of whom it may concern, and ipecially u.
pay freight u4 other charge. due to the Union Steam
Ship Co., and •to rage due R. Rankin, on the food*
? I l r si , ? after " ,n f. d ' to wit: * ,ot of Caating*.
Griddle* and Hoi low-ware, eonrtgned to Hupp. Netf
& Co., care of L. D. Crenahaw t Co. Alio, a lot of
otovet, Calling! and Hollow-ware, consigned to A.
Hupp, care of L. D. Crenahaw k Co.. to many of good*
aforesaid M mi? be neceuary for wid purpose. The
'"If article* are now at the office of R. Rankin.
~,, ,a ' e *111 taks place at tbe aald office, on tbe
14tfc day of January, 1854, at 12 o'clock, M. Term*
cuh - , , ROBERT RANKIN.
J 5 f <"d, Agent Union Steam Ship Co.
Sale conducted by
Thomas W. Keesee, Aoet'r.
SUBSCRIBER declining to farm
P r " ent ?e» r . •'ill iwll, at public auction, at
THE CABIN, on WEDNESDAY, the 11th init., at
12 o'clock, M„ hi* crop of CORN. FODDER.
SHLCKS, FARMING UTENSILS, he., together
with household and kitchen FURNITURE, stock of
HOGS, a small lot of PLANK and other little fixing*.
Two log HOUSES, one neariv new, will alio be sold
'***" * w "7 immediately. The crop of
WHEAT, seeded on the farm (5» bushel*) will b
sold. About 100 cord* of pine WOOD, already cut.
and about 600 cords standing.
Term* made knowu at the sale.
ja 4—ritds* JOHN B. GARDNER.
B* GGDUIN k. APJ*ERSON.
Qfl MILCH COWS FOR SALE AT
WU AUCTION.—WiII be *old on THURSDAY,
the 12th of January, 1854. commencing at 3 o'clock, a:
the residence of Mr William Cullmgswortli, Sr.,
near Fairfield Race Course, 30 very superior MILCH
COWS, one HORSE, one WAGON, and a lot of
Milk Stands.
Terms—Four months credit for approved endorsed
negotiable paper.
ja 'J GODDIN k APPERSON. Auct*.
VALUABLE FARM, NEAR BROOK
T TURNPIKE, 5k MILES FROM RICHMOND,
ALSO CROPS OF CORN, SHUCKS. FODDER,
STRAW,THREE MULES, HORSE, TWO COWS,
BUGGY, Ate., FOR SALE AT AUCTION.—WiII be
sold on TUESDAY, the 17tli January, 1854. upon the
premises, commencing at 11 o'clock, the FARM re
ceutly occupied by Mr. Jos. S. James, Jr., situated
about 5' miles from tbe city of Richmond, and a few
hundred yard* ol the Brook Turnpike—upon which a
jilank road is to be constructed very shortly—adjoin
ing the residence of Maj. Jas. Hill. It contains 126J
acres, of which about one-half is cleared, balance in
wood and timber. The improvement* are all new.
consisting of a handsome cottage residence contain
ing 5 rooms, besides kitchen, servants' house, barn,
stable, kc.
After the sale of the Land, will be sold the crops
of Corn, (120 barrels) Shucks. Fodder, Straw, Jfcc.—
Also 3 very fine young Mules, one excellent buggy
Hurse, four Cows, one Buggy, and all the Farming
implements on the place.
Terms for the .Lund—One-sixth cash, one-sixth at 4
mouths, aud as to the balance,upon very lib :ral terms
of credit, to be made kn<>wn at the hour of sale.—
For the personal esrate, all sums under $50 cash, over
that amount sixty days credit for approved endorsed
negotiable paper.
GOD DIN it APPERSON,
ja6—dtda Aucts.
C ALE OF BRICK AND FRAMED
O BUILDINGS. AT THE CORNER OF FRANK
LIN AND FIRST STBEETS, TO BE REMOVED
IN SIXTY DAYS —Will be sold on THIRSDAY
AFTERNOON, the 12th of January, 1854, upon
the Premises, commencing at 1 o'clock, the brick
dwelling, frame kitchen, 4ic., at tne southeast cor
ner of Franklin and Ist streets, the same to be re
moved in sixty days.
Terms—Four months credit for eatisfictorily en
dorsed negotiable paper.
de3l OODUIN U APPERSON. Aucts.
VALUABLE IKON FURNACE.
▼ FORGE, ic., WITH 3,500 ACRES OF LAND,
FOR SALE.—The subscriber offers lor sale, lying iu
the cousty of Rockbridge, Ya., the "BATH IRON
WORKS, FORGE. &lc." with all the Fixtures,
Buildings, i.c . and 3.500 acres of Land adjoining, all
included, (or the sum of §20,000 —one-fourth cash,
the balance 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 years credit, with inte
rest.
This Iron Ore is said, by all who have used it, to
be the sttongest aud the most valuable for making
cannon in Virginia. Major Clarke, who made the
beet cannon the Government ever had, used almost
entirely of this iron, for which he was always willing
to pay an extra price.
lfaCompanv should purchase this property they
might add, with the great water power, many other
factories; besides, the Central Railroad will run
within two miles of the place.
Those who may be disposed to purchase can ob
tain information bv addressing JOHN DOYLE, Esq.,
Lexington, V a., who will be ready to show the pro
perty, or the subscriber, at Richmond, Va.
ja 6—2aw4w J. J. FRY.
Lambert s lottery office, No.
3 NORTH CALVERT STREET, BALTI
MORE, OPPOSITE BARNUM'S HOTEL—The
purchase or sale of Lottery Tickets within the State
of Virginia being now iu violation of law, and at
tended with a heavy penalty on conviction, the sub
scriber would respectfully solicit the orders of hia
friends and others who may feel disposed to purchase.
Having been a resident of Richmond for upwards of
thirty years, and being pretty generally known
throughout the State, he deems it almost unnecessary
to give any further assurance that all business confid
ed to him will be promptly and properly attended to.
single tickets and shares, in all the
Maryland Lotteries, for saie.
CyThe printed official drawings sent to correspon
dents by the first mail.
Baptizes cashed at sight.
Address THOMAS LAMBERT,
no 25—if ts Baltimore, Md.
LANCASTER, OTEY & CO., Anthka
-J cite Coal Dealers, corner 20tli ar,d Dock 6ts.
Orders for Coal left with j. A. Lancaster it Son, at
the American Hotel, or with Otey At Gotf, promptly
attended to.
EDWIN R. LANCASTER,
CHARLES W. OTEY,
ja2—lm WIRT ROBERTS.
jgiii FOR BREMEN. — The Bremen
-frr-sr". barque "KOSMOS,'' Capt. Wessels, will
load tor the above port, and have quick despatch —
We will make liberal cash advances on consignments
of Stems or Tobacco to the address of our .friends.
Messrs H. H. Meier L Co.
For freight or passage, apply to
de 21 LCD LAM k WATSON.
Stocks for sale—
.50.000 COUPON BONDS VA. t TENN. R. R.
10.000 CORPORATION OK LYNCH BL'RG.
8,000 do do ALEXANDRIA.
3,000 CITY OR RICHMOND.
5,000 STATE OF VA.
For sale in mini to suit purchasers.
oc 28-dts <5. W. PURCELL & CO.
1 TO 1500 POUNDS FRUIT and
A v* VJ Vf SPONGE CAKE has been made up du
ring the week at WM. FALCONER'S BAKERY
This is sufficient to say that he is celebrated as a
Cake manufacturer He never hat had a complaint
from the consumeia. Send to
WM. FALCONER S,
d<* 24 171 Main street.
VENlfcuN lIAMS— Just received and
for sale by
ja2 A. E. MOORE, 180 Brood st.
Buckwheat flour now in store
and for sale by
ja 2 A. E. MOORE. 180 Broad st.
VT ORTHERN MERCER POTATOES—
Very nice, just received and fur sale bv
ja 2 A.E.MOORE, 180 Broad at.
DRIED APPLES and White Beans in
store and for sale by
ja 2 A. E.MOORE.
Ai \ M CHEROOTS receiving by West
tI" ' over for sale by
ja 2 WILLIAMS it BROTHER
OUNTAIN I3LTIEK —A prime ar
ticle in itore and receiving, at
prices. BROWN ti SHOOK.
SUPERFINE FLOUR, for sale at whole-
O .ale at market rate.. BROWy sHOOK
111 BAGS Cape Coffee landing from schr
*}.? U ' e,tuVer ' Ll wfLUAMS 4, BROTHER.
1 ilfT POCKETS very superior Java
L 49 COFFEE
ROO3IS AND FAINTED BUCKETS.
50 dozen Painted Pails, 50 dostn Brooriss.
Received and for sale by
ja 2 WILLIAMS k BROTHER.
BLACK PEPPER—heavy Sumatra—re
ceiving this day bv
ja2 WILLIAMS fc BROTHER.
PRIME New Sides, Shoulderx, Hams,
Breasts, Joles aud Smoked Beef, landing per
steamer and for sole by
i,S JOHN H CLAIBOENE
SPANISH OLlVES—Freith. received aud
U for sale by
2 next door to th« kxchanfe Bank
I BALES Superior Northern H A 1",
All just received aud fur Bile by_
j»7 HUBT. RANKIN.
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR—Pure Moun
tain, in bass and barrels, tor sale bv
ja 3 _ J. J. FRY.
CTAMILY FLOUR—Swoope'a, CHne'*,
* a ltd Whitmore brands, in etore tad tor sale.
ja' BROWN k SHOOK.
Superior extra FLOUR lor
O sale by
JOHN U. CLAIBORNE.
1 AUCTION WAT.wt
THIS niY —
ax JiLtx. mm i QQ. '"" n !' i "
&a,";S«;rA
/-?• j' " "Ul Kiuue i! 51 '-
h"i'i '■ eTesin I. comnnncißi »t 7 o'clock !?
•ball continue them every Tueidat
Satord.y evening I hi* .eaion. '' ***** «*
* U ALKX NQTT k CO. Anew.
BY GODDIN k APPERsqm.
P*ssFfs? to * detree entered on ti»e
Hin ?.'! d,y of R or « mUr ', I&rj3 . the cue of Ood.
ain, nurfgnee, tt. B&ker and ik, pending in the Cir.
for the cilj of Richmond. I *n»ll. fa* tß fe_
«.t»t ed t n,nee ill a <Jeed of tm*t from Hilary Baker
fcfLVKCIi S^BSW&S;
the'foifow''ns^S?'"" ** f " et ou *"*««»»* *treeS; £so,
the tollow.ng piece* or parcel* of Land Win* in the
countyof Henrico, near the city of Richmond viz*
a lot beginning at the North Eaat toruer of H »»Li
Twenty-fourth street*. continued and ranJna
wardly along the .aid H street 96 fee" wd in*<wi
; "° H g f a ,^ if 24t f h ""et continued, 110 feet; one un
divided half of a lot beginning at the north oastwardlv
corner of H and 25th .treet*, eontinned, and frontiaJ
on aaid »oth atreet, coutinued, HO; and oas Jot on
Union rtreet, fronting on said street 120 foet acd run"
prog bac< 140 fe«t to a street 50 feet wide, on which
KCffiSA.""-"
Terms—For cash a» to *o mnch of the proceed* u
will satisfy and pay the expense* of aale; and on a
credit as to the residue of six and twelve months with
interest from date of sale, the purchaser executfug
bonds with approved security tor the credit instal
ments, and the title retained until the last instalment
ls P<" d - JOHN HOWARD,
n . .R , Trnttce acd CvzomUaioner.
December 10th, 18-S3.
Go at) in &l Apfersqw. Anctloneer*. de!o—dtd
nPKUS»TEE'B SALE OF VALUABLE
IfTMHFR I '*, ES J ATE - tobacco fixtures,
LUMBER, tc -By virtue of a deed of trust, execu
ted to the subsenber by Messrs John M. Sheppard,
J'* •"' Chamberlayne and Joseph Mosbv. dated
, 1-th December, 18S6, duly recorded in the Richmond
! Hustings Court, 1 shall, in execution ofthe said trust
proceed to sell at public auction, upon the ur'tr.ises,"
(at the tobacco factory lately occupied by tliem, si
tuated on 11th between Mam and Carv streef si on
MONDAY, the 9th January, 1854, commencing ac
11 o'clock, the following-valuable real and personal
estate, viz : the large tobacco factory on 11th street.
between Main and Cary streets fronting about
leet, running back aboat 130 feet; also. alFthe fixture*
and implement* of every kind, used by them for ma
nufacturing tobacco, consisting of 40 flatten>jg aad
box screws and presses, flattening mills for shaping
and sheeting, box boards, sinkers, block* and car
vings, boileis for licorice, and flavoring, stem presses,
iron levers, furnaces, tobacco chests and trucks oil
rollers, tobacco sticks, iwisticg benches, knives, tc.
Also, all the tobacco; now in said factory, consisting
ot uanufactured tobacco and unmanufactured, smo
king tobacco, scraps and tobacco stems.
And on the following day. viz: the ICth January,
18.54, at the lot corner of Marshall and Third streets,
commencing at 11 o'clock, will be sold all the Lum
ber, Carpenters' Tool*, Empty Boxes. Case«, Stc.
The terms for the real anu personal estate will be
made known at the time of sale.
W. GODDIN, Trustee.
Sale conducted by Goddin it Appersok, Aucu.
P. S. After the sale ofthe Factory and Fixture*
referred to in the preceding advertisement. wiil be
sold, by virtue of a deed of trust from John M. Shep
pard and wife toW. Goddin and J. L. Apperson, trus
tees, the following personal properly, viz: a valuable
negro man, named Allen; one fine horse, saddle and
bridle; one small carriage.
Terms at sale.
P. S.—SALE OF SLAVES.—lmmediately after
the sale of the abtive Factory and Fixtures (by vir
tue of a deed of trust from Mr. E. H. Chamberlayne
and wife to us as trustees,) will be sold the follow
ing Slaves, viz: Charles, Alary, Ellen, and her two
childrer; and (te-fs.urth interest in the following
slaves, viz: Claiborne, Martha Ann, and her two
children.
Terms cash. W. GODDIN.
J. L. APPERSON,
Trustees.
TWO VERY SUPERIOR ALDERNEY COWS
AND CALVES FUR SALE.—lmmediately after the
sale ot Lumber, 4i.c., at the comer of Marshall and
Third streets, on the 10th infant, will be soid two
very superior Alderney Cows and Calve*, by a supe
rior Durham bull.
Terms made known at sale.
GODDIN i. APPERSON.
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NOTICE TO THE CREDITORS OF MESSRS.
JOHN M. SHEPPARD. Jr . E. H. CHAMBER
LAYNE AND JOSEPH MOSBY, ENGAGED IN
THE MANUFACTURE OF TOBACCO.—As trustee
in a deed made by the above named parties, dated
Ijth December, 1855, du.y recorded in Richmond
Hustings Court. I beg leave to inform said creditor*
that I shall take immediate steps to execute the said
trust, and will close the same with a* little delay a*
practicable.
It is important that the said creditor* should ex
amine the said deed, and inform me in writing at as
early a day us convenient, whether they will accept
its provisions or not. W. GODDIN, Trustee.
NOTICE—TO THE CREDITORS OF MESSRS.
SHEPPARD k CHAMBERLAYNE, AND OF E.
H CHAM BERL AVNE, INDIVIDUALLY —A*
trustees in deeds made by the above named parties,
dated 20th December, 1853, duly received in Rich
mond Hustings Court, we beg leave to notify their
creditors, that they have conveyed ali their etfects
for the purpose of paying their debt*; aad that by the
terms of the said deed?, a release must be given by
the said creditors on or before the 15th January, 1454,
to entitle them to the benefits of the said deeds.
Such of the creditors as are willing to accept the
provision* of the said deeds, wiil please notify u* in
writing of the fact, before the said 15th January,
1854- W. GODDIN, i - ..
J. L. APPERSON, 5
Richmond, 28th December, 1853.
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bl K. I AI THOKM.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF A WOODEN
BUILDING, ON THE PLANK ROAD —By
virtue of a deed of trust, executed to me by Wm.
Griffin, bearing date on the Ist dsv of June, 1849,
and recorded in the Clerk'i office of Henrico County
Court. I (hall, as Trustee, on tbe 10th day of Janua
ry, 1854, sell at public auction, forcasb, tbe BUILD
ING, erected by said Griffin, on the fot belonging to
the estate ot Benjamin Frayser, dec'd, fronting on
tbe Plank Road, and distant a few hundred yards
from the city of Richmond. The building was erect
ed upon leased ground about five years ago. is of
wood, contains two roouis, and baa been used aa a
grocery store and dwelling-house. The purchaser
will be required to remove tbe building within teu
days from the sale.
JOHN G. WILLIAMS, Trustee.
The sale will take place on the preinUea. at 4
o'clock, P. M., and will be conducted by R- Cal
tholt v. Auct. de y
"\[IGHT SALES—THIS EVENING
commencing at 7 o'clock, we will reiume oar
r.ight talet, and continue them fhrcairfcoat the tea
•on, at which time wili be ottered from tbe Bbtlrm*
splendid collection of Staple a/id Fancy Good*. Card
ed and Tahle Cutlery of every description, Britaani*
and Gia«« Ware. _ , - f .
Also, a tine awortment of Clothf. CaMiiu«rei, V eft*
Muslins, Alpacas. Silk and Cotton Pocket and
Head Handkerchiefs, Cravats, Irish Ltmena, Linee
Table Cloth*. White and Brown, Hosiery, all co.or*.
Sh AII!*'CLOCKS of every style ttera
English Gold and Silver L* v «
B Do do Detached do
Do do Cylinder do
Also, a fine stoc* of double-barrel Ouns, P«»!a,
merchants and the trade are invited te
tend our iles. as they will tnd a large variety, and
first-rafe quality. •
Sale commences every night at 7 o'clock,
no 7—t* A - NOTT k CO., Aucta.
REMIUM VENETIAN BLINDS.—
GEO. W. ZIMMERMAN, Venetian Blind Ma
ker, No. 61 Arch street, Philadelphia.
Constantly ou hand a general assortment of Biioda,
wholesale and retail, at tbe lowest prices.
The citizens of Richmond and vicinity are respect
fully informed that having appointed Me**r* HAB
LISTON it BROTHER, No. 18 Governor street,
Ager.ta, all order* left with them will meet with
prompt attention, and Blinda furnUbed at PHILA
DELPHI A PRICES. no 16-^rei*
EXPLORATION OF THE AMAZON.
X_i Exploration of the Valley of the Amazon. by
Lieut. Win. Lewi* Herndon. V. 8. N-, with map*
and plates. Ivol., 8 vo—s2 40,
• ■ We shall have no difficulty in coming to
the conclusion that uo teriitory on the face of the
itiobe is so favorably situated, and that if trade there
is once awakened, the power, the wealth, aud gran
deur of auclect Babylon and modern London, must
I yield to that of the depots of tWs trade that shall V>»
, established at the mouth* of the Or<>e<ice, the Af>*.
i ion and tbe La Plata " —Xatiukal InUliiyciucr.
I Just received and for sa'e bv
| ja 7 JAMES WOODHOU3K. E»«l* Si we.
NOTICE— My »tor« having uutlergooe
a thorough repair, and a new «to«k ot' CiROCE
| EIE9 laid in, J resume my fonuer buttae**, and te
; -pcetfulij at'licit a call from my eld customer* afti
1 tn> (public in general.
I de 8 A. E. MOORE, litO Broad«.
HAIR DYE.-Bohemian Hair Dye, Pfca
inn's do do. Oilman'* do do, Carter* do do;
; Rjussei's «io do, A>eX»udei's Titcobapha. For Mia
at J BLAIR'S.
de 24 opposite the Depot. Broad at.
IT'MORY.—IUOO ttw., assorted flies, lEu
-T «li*h EMORY, tine and cheap fctlTi, SAND
PAPER and COLOURS. ft»t«a!e by.
ja 7 BENNETT k. B££RS v DrvgjUt..

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