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"WASHINGTON LETTER.
>»o* op» »r»c>*fc c #»»iiroM#«»T.|
Washinotoh, Dec. 17, 18. H.
It sometimes happens, even In Washington
(hit there are no near events to talk about,
»nd ire then descant a little upon foreign af-
C,irj. The aspectot thin*# on the Crimea,
and those affected thereby, are now our
topics of discussion. Hebatfopol will not be
t*lien—this winter; perhaps not in the spring.
In the spring there may be a fierce and san
.' lin.ary attempt made to capture it; but it is
thought a grand element or success will be
wanting—the perfect unity of the Allies, and
rr. :ttt*l confidence. Water and oil do not
mingle. «or have the English and the Krqpch
f ver evinced the possibility of any affinity.
The theory of their recent coalition would
b ive been sound enough between other na.
♦ions bnt it was uot sound as applied to Eng
l*nd and France. That they will quarrel in
the end, whether successful or defeated, is
untto certain: and that the end will be has
tened by a rupture between them is very far
from impossible. There was in the begin
ning a party in England opposed to the al
ii mice, and all the recent accounts indicate
the increase of that party.
Does the Czar not understand this? De
pend upon it that the volunteer nurse of the
•Sick Man' has counted well upon it, and
that when the quarrel comes he may exclaim
with I ago, "Now, whether he kill Cassio, or
Cassio him, each way makes my gain,"
In the meantime what will be the fate of
the 'Sick Man"—ot Turkey 1 For the life of
me I never could understand why we should
cure. While he possessed power I never
knew of a virtue possessed by him; and in
tbe days of his decline, though he has had
policy enough to assume the tone of liberali
ty, 1 have never perceived aught in him but
tiie craven and abject spirit ever manifested
by the tyrant in las adversity. So far as he
i- concerned, I would as 6oonsee him beneath
the fret the bear as upright with his nose
toward Mecca
Hal we have Turks of our own to deal
with, and our dealings are to be accompa
nied with much trouble. We have permitted
them to gather strength beneath the wings
of our eagle, and they are now in a condition
to repay us as we well might count (puon.—
The I uioa of to day quotes the following
from the Baltimore American :
The W'aihington Union confirms the report
that the Preaident baa nominated to the Senate
Brevet Lieutenant Colonel Edward J. Steptoe to
be Governor oi Ctah We are glad to hear it, and
hope that he will be sustained by the eovnrnment
*• itb nil necessary power in whatever dijjicultir * may
nri<t from the disviistai of Brigham Young."
The significance of the line I italicise will
be understood anon. Mr. Fillmore, in effect,
sustained the iniquitous usurpations of the
.Mormon people, when he appointed this man
Young to the oftice of Governor, and the
country will have to reap the bitter fruits of
that act.
I have before me the San Francisco He
rald of the -2d of November, containing ex
tra eta from the Descret News of the 12th of
October. I quote as follows :
A General Conference of the Saints was held in
the Tabrrntcle, Greßt Balt Lake City, which corc
m-nced on the Gth of Oct and wa* continued for
opwßrds of a week. A great deal of church busl
»k«6 whs dore. interapersed with prayer, addrcaes
ami singing, &c.
The Nevis aays "Brigbam Young took up the bu«
r.r. *6s of the conference, and asked the congregation
If they were satisfied with him as President of the
Cnurcii of Je*u* Christ ol Latter Day Sa nte, if *c,
to sonify it by raising their right hands, which was
co e unanimously."
Rrisham then nominated a multitude of Counsel
lors, President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apoa
ties, the Twelve Apostles themselvf*, Pres'ding Pa
triarch. President of the High Priest's Quorum,
C'juwellors of the same. Presidents of the Seven
ties, President of the Klders' Quorum, Presiding
Hishop, President of the Priests' Quorum President
of the Teacher's |y uorum. Superintendent of the
i'ublic Works, Architect oi the Church, Members ol
the High Council, Cburch Historian, &c., &c , all
ol" which were unanimously confirmed by the Con
ference.
Brigham nominated himself for only two posi
tions, but those two were the ouly ones involving
the handling of the cash. They were, Trustee in
trust for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Hninta, and Preaident of the Perpetual Emigrating
Fund to gather the poor. It was ol course confirm
ed, nem. con.
After reading the above, we may well con
.lecture the meaning of "the difficulties that
may arise from the dismissal of Brighaui
1 oung." It_ may be no easy matter to con
vey to that distance the "necessary power,"
while the following item, from the same
source, will indicate the rapid growth ot the
necessity alluded to:
Emmigrant Trains ot Mormons are rapidly pour
ing into Great Salt Lake City, in good condition.
On the 29:h Sept., one company wtth iorty«two
wagons—on the 30th, another with forty wagons—
on the Ist Oct., a third with thirty eight wagons,
and on the .1 th, the great Cburch train arrived!
_ There is trouble ahead, which must be re
sisted and overcome, and the sooner the bet
ter. Yet Brigham Young is strong in influ
ence and position—so strong that no means
at command of the Colonel or Governor
Steptoe may prove capable of |subduing
hirn.
From this we should learn that no people
should be permitted to organize communities
in our territories wlio do not give some suf
ficient guarantee for their observance of all
the requirements implied in the social as
well as the political organization of society in
this Republic, and who do not refrain from
violating those rules, whether written or un
written, which the genius of our government
and people have called into existence.
A. B. C.
Acquitted.—Basil Eoali wa« tried last week at
Irederlck.Md., and acquitted of the charge of mur.
during his wife last spring.
Dr. Samuel Parkmao, an eminent surgeon of
of Bjtlon, died in that city, on Saturday morning
last.
The Spanish Minister, who was recently thrown
from bis carriage in Washington, and severely in
jured, is raldly recovering.
Four frame building* were destroyed by fire In
Troy, N Y., on Saturday last.
The |depot of the Boston and Maine Railroad, at
Lawrence, Massachusetts, was destroyed by fire
on Fdelay night last. The depot contained a large
amount of freight.
Joseph Overholsee was Instantly killed Sunday
morning, in Philadelphia, by falling from an omnU
bus in Front«. It U supposed that be was asleep.
In consequence of which he fell from bis box.
THE RECIPROCITY TREATY IN THE BRI
TISH PROVINCES- MARINE DISASTER
SEIZURE FOR SMUGGLING, &c.
Borrow, December 10th.—A dispatch which ha*
been received here from Halifax *ays that the Gov
ernor of Nova Scotia has, In accordance with the
recent act of the Legislature, issued a proclama
tion repealing the dutle* now paid by American
shipmasters for the various article* which properly
eome under the provision* of the reciprocity trea
ty It I* also stated that considerable Irritation was
belog felt throughout the British province* in con
sequence of the delay In carrying out the provisions
of the reciprocity treaty.
The custom house authorities of thl* city seiied
•art night about • 1,200 worth of cigars, smuggled
Into port by a bark from Havana.
* :«rK*w4L fCACHt« Cass at Ort.cim.ATt
tr y. of William Arrtaon, indicted for the
° I, , Me A "^°* nd hu w»fe, by bwu of
" kernel machine," is in progrem at Cinetn
f hat" aSuTUIi i«l been examined who showed
a*-**" qßarrelled and the
former down. ArrUon threat
«"**** be ever crowed hi* path again, be
«.hol* through hU heart" Other
wiuies*e* identified Arrison a* the individual who
wmpTaS"* 4 "
the Utter placate Um 18th tact, arrived h«w this
' -- -J-. ;•. - j ..-v
wh, wttk Cant. MeCaltoch, mate, and four man be
longing to the Amerteaa schooner J, a White,
which ww cipurwi «few mnhi ago at Baraeoa,
h nrlng amsacd m (initio m of war onboard.
„*?•.ftaaw* had the schooner In (oar. Captain
McCulloch, the crew and two persons named Felix
and La Coat*, implicated In tha affair, were imtne
diately consigned to prtooo to await their trial.
The weather wat fine An thn Itlaud.
The Cahawba brlngt a confirmation of the report
relative to the 11.8 sloop of war Albany being at
Cartbagma on the 10th of October.
The Kstteru and Weatern latendencisa of the
Wland of C aha have been formally abolUhed, and
one for the whole laland hat been eatabllahed at
Hinni.
» nf , i >r Vr? ttnwfooMt, a son of the famous tra-
X. [• Havana Mining converts to his theory,
y8l!ow fever be arrwt
suecesstuT* Havana has been unusually
i ri> °*. ia lhe Interior of the Island had de-
Isyed the receipts ol the new crop of sugar.
P r ' Ttte correspondent says that the Csptain
of the .chooser i. O. White b confined on board
toe schooner, and that the crew had been set at
MABKKTt
sugars were quiet, aad tbe market essentially
uacbaoged. ContracU lor tbe delivery of Molaaaes
t° *«®ma*!at3lß. Rum was higher.
Beef waa la abundant supply. Flour was
held higher, and purchasers related te operate.—
Rice was dull. la freights nothing was doing. Ex
change rates had advanced. London 1313 a 14;
New 1 ork 1 3-4 a 2 for short and sight paper.
Qcaanc, Dec. 16.- In the Canadian Assembly at
three o clock this mornlug, the Ministry suffered a
sectional defeat, being left in a minority of tlx,
amongst the representatives of Lower Canada, In
l®,. w Cosncil's amendments'to the bill
abolishfcg fuedal tenure. They had, however, •
majority of six In the whole house. A resignation
it thought possible. 8
LATEn.—Tbe amended feudal tenure abolition
hi" P** Parliament last night by a msjority of
-I To-night both houses pasted a valedictory ad
dress to Lord Elgin, who auents to tbe clergy re
serves feudal tennre abolition and other bills.—
Parliament then adjourned till February.
Nkw York, Dec 17.—The Erie Railroad Dlrec
tors have decided to reduce the wages of most of
tbe employees. The laborers at Piermont have
«r»ck, and many more are expected to follow.
The sudden closing ol navigation has locked np
lf>6,t 00 bushels of corn snd wheat in the Wetland
canal. An immense amount Is also detained in tbe
Erie canal from the same cause.
Nkw Y obk, Dec. 16 —A private letter received
here from Europe ssys that the steam propeller
William Penn was stranded in the Black Sea du
ring the recent ttormy period. She wat taken up
some time since by the English government at a
transport.
New Yobk, Dec. 17.—The ship H. M. Have*,
from New Orlcaoa for Liverpool, was at Key Wert
od the 6th. leaking badly.
NOTICE.— The firm of toler &
COOK is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
JOHN R COOK will continue the Agency busl
mm of the concern, and close the same. GEO. W.
TOLER will attend to the closing of the other mat
ters of the concern to tbe extent of c Electing the
iebts due the concern and paying off those they owe,
independent of their transactions as Agents, and no
farther.
For the purposes aforesaid either party may use
the name of tbe concern, except in making or en
dors'ng the notes, fcc., and then only with the ex
press consent of tbe other.
. GEO. W. TOLER,
d-» 19 JNO. R COOK.
pHEAP CLOTHING.—It is now estab
\J lished beyond a doubt, that OROSHONG. TUP
MAN 4i CO. sell the cheapest Goo4s in the city: and
the firm, wishing to keep np with tbe times, do now
offer still greater inducements than ever before, and
by this means close our stock An opportunity is
now given to obtain the best clothing at tbe lowest
prices. GRCSHONG, TUPMAN At CO.
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LOST OR BTO.LKN.
I .OST.-Left at the Theatre, on Friday
XJ night last, a black Cloth OVERCOAT Velvet
Cellar, had • P»ir of Gloves and • Handkerchief in
V "WMt will be paid fos it*
return to thii office. jjj
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aT l7t? n h# "*. Brooke Avenue, and Mr.
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deri9-U» RICHARD ADAJIB.
n STRAYED, from my house, on
Franklin, between 6th and 7th streets,
on Wednesday, the 6th December, a
.. jowug, median sized COW. giving
She is light brindle, with a »car on her left
thigh, rather lean, and her horna wide apart. A salt
able reward will be paid for her deliver; to n?e.
de 13—61* LEWIS N. WEBB.
WAJTTa.
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SILK GOODS.
Plain black and colored Silks, all prices
Rich Brocade black and col'd do.
Caramon and medium do. do.
Handaome plain and striped Silks
Common and medium do.
Black Satin, for dresses and cloaks
Marcellines, all colors
Raw Silk Plaids, for dresses
Black and ool'd Silk Velvets, for bonnets and cloaks"
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Woolen and Silk Veatings
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Ladies' ccl'd Cloths, for cloaks
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Common Carpets
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Velvet. Batin, Cloth and Merino Cloaks
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Olfn
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do. do. do. Edgion and In*ertlag*
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Woolen, Cotton and Silk Hoaiery, a lard* aaortment
ALSO, a itock of Ladies Oaiter Boota aod Shoe*,
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It will be to tbe interoat of all in araftt of cheap
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?*T* "{>»• eate offers a valuable opportunity to can*
t emen who require the fioeat qualities of winea and
Catalagaee wUI be really mofrniag of sale. -
Terms cash. lie 16—td 1
BY GODDIN A APPERSON.
A BEAUTIFUL FARM, NEAR BLA
KEY'B MILL. 11 MILES EAST OF RICH
MOND. AND PERSONAL ESTATE THEREON
Vti • A , T AUCTION —Mr. Qaoacc WooD
fi*, intending to remove to Church H ill, we shall. at
his request, proceed lo sell at public Auction, on the
0,1 MONDXt, the 18th day of December.
1854, commencing at II a'clock, his beautiful Farm;
containing 16 acres, situated near Blakey'a Mill, about
H miles East of Ifhe eity of Richmond. The land is
in a high state of improvement. The dwelling is
7 ?¥& most complete repair, and
the neighborhood of the place remarkably good.—
After the sale of the land, will be sold all the per
sonal and perishable estate on it. (except Furniture,)
consisting of 3 Horses, 7 superior Milch Cows, seme
with young Calves; a sood Family Carriage: a Buggy;
2 Carts, and the Farming Implements and Tools ne*<
cessary to carry on the plice. Thia Farm presents
favorable opportunity to persons disposed to engage
in the gardening business, or to any one wishing a
retired country seat near Richmond. The place is
remarkably healthy. r
Teems.-For the Land, one-third ca«b; balance at
6, 9 and 12 months, for negotiable notes, interest add
ed, secured by a trust deed. For the Personal Estate,
all sums under 630, cash; over that amount, 4 mos"
credit, for approved endorsed negotiable paper,
de 5 GODDIN k APFERSON. Aucts.
POTPONEMENT.—In consequence of
theinclemency of the weather, the above sale waa
postponed to THURSDAY next, the 21st inrt.. at tha
sacce hout.
do 19 GODDIN k APPEHSON. Ancts.
VALUABLE PROPERTY IN MAN
▼ CHESTER FOR SALE.-Wilt be offered for
the premises, on MONDAY, the 18th Inst.,
at 3 o'clock P. M., the Real Estate of Josiah Hofcson!
dec d« in the town of M&nchecter. conditio* of late
169 183, a part of 170 and perhaps of 184, except the
buildings and other rights acquired by the late Judge
Stanard. at a sale made for the benefit of the Mutual
Assurance Soelety in 1833.
The property lbs a short distance South-East from
the Methodist church, and affords valuable situations
for building, being retired and still very convenient
to the business part of the town, and to Richmond
The property will be divided to suit purohasera —
The teims will be ooe-fourtfa cash; the residue in
equal instalments of 4, 8 and 12 months with inter
est from the date, secured by negotiable notes and a
retainer of title.
Persons wishing further information are referred
to Flournoy k Poindexter. Office at Lisle's corner.
Ry order of
JNO C. HOBSON, } _ ,
Mrs. JOSIAH HOSSON, I " °»-
de 11—tds '
POSTPONEMENT—The above sale is
postponed to FRIDAY, the 12th day of January next,
at 10 o'clock, when it may be expected certaioiyto
take plaee. de 18 -2awtlJ
XpXECUTOR'S HALE OP VALUABLE
JU REAL ESTATE ON MAIN AND I»TH STS
IN THE CITY OF RICHMOND -By virtue of the
nowersconferred on the Executor by tha will of the
Iste Russell Dudley, dee'd, 1 shall sell at public auc
tion, on the premises, on WEDNESDAY, the 20th
day of Dec., 1854, commencing at 1 o'clock, those'
two excellent brick tenements of whioh the testator
died seized and possessed, at the corner and
19th streets.
The above real estate is in an improving part of the*
city, and the houses themselves are now in good ten
an table order. 8
Terms—One-fourth cash; balance at 4, 8 and 12
months, far negot'able notes, interest added, secured
by a trusrdeed, or title retained till lust note ia paid.
WM H. CHRISTIAN. Adm'rf
with the will annexed, of Russell Dudley, dee'd.
de# GODDIN k APPERSON, Aucts.
qale of valuable negroes
O AND TOBACCO FLATTENING MILLS AT
AUCTION.—As Trustee in a Deed from Col. Samuel
S. Myers, dated 13th November, 1853. du'y recorded
in Richmond Hustings Court, in Deed Book No. 66
page 410, I shall in further execution of the said
trust, (having been so requested by G. A. Myers
Esq , the endorser thereby secured,) proceed to sell
at public Auction, at the upper Tobacco Factory for
merly occupied by Col. Myers, situated on 7th St., be
tween Cary and Canal sis., on FRI DAY, tbe 29th day
of December, 1854, commencing at 11 o'clock, 17 va
luable slaves, the most of whom are excellent Fac
tory hands, including two or three good Carpenters.
After which will be sold several very superior Flat
tening Mills nearly new and iu good order.
Teims—Cash, or satisfactory endorsed negotiable
notes, at 4 months, with the interest added
, „„ v „ W. GODDIN, Trustee.
Sale conducted by Goddin k Appeeson, Aucts.
de 7 _
4 DMINISTKATKIX'S SALE OF
xl. MUI.ES, HORSES, COWS, CORN. FOD
DER, lie.—Will be on WEDNESDAY, 27th
of December, 1854, at 11 o'clock A M..-at the resi
dence of the late W. W. Cowling, ii Chesterfield,
on the River Road, abont 4 miles from Richmond, 4
fine Mules: 2 Horses; Cows and Heifers; the Crop of
Corn, Shucks, Fodder, Wagon; Carta, and the Fann
ing Implements, consistins of the usual variety, and
about 60 eords of Oak and Pine Wood. At which
time tbe Farm will be rented for the ensuing y«ar
on which is seeded about 20 bushels of Wheat, with
guano.
Thms—For a'l sums under 935. cash; ever that
sum. a eredit of 4 months, for negotiable notes, with
good endorser. M. 8. COWLING.
Administratrix of \y. W. Cowling, dee'd.
Goddix k Appexsow, Aucts de JS
XT EAT DWELLING AT AUCTION.—
Will be sold on THURBDAY, 21st Dec, 1854,
at 4 o'clock P. M , on the premises, that nest x story
Home on Leigh street, • little West of Brooke Ave
nue, recently occupied by Mr. Jss. McCormeck, and
one door West of Mr. Ferrin's residence. There is
every onvenlecce on tbe premises, witfia really ex
cellent Kitchen, and the House can be rented to good
tenants at SIS 2 per annum.
Teims very reasonable, asd made known at the
time of sale. GODDIN k APPERSON.
de 15—dtd Auctioneers
BY DAYENPORT, ALLEN St CO.
ROOTS, BHOES AND HATS AT AUC
MJ TION.—On FRIDAY, Dec. 23d. we willaall at
10 o'clock, at oar auction KM*, SOD esse* BOOTS.
SHOES, and HATS, ail fresh Winter Oooda, eonatet*
lag of
Men'* andßoyr" Heavy Boot*and Shboe
Women'* Snoe*
Children'* do
BUk Hate; Cap*
Wrapping Paper, he. k«
Teem*—Under #ICO, caah; §100 Mid over, 4 month*
credit, far approved paper.
de 18 DAVENPORT, ALLEN k CO. Anct*.
BY KENT, PAINE fc KENT.
T\RY GOODS AT AUCTION.—On
JLF WEDNESDAY, the 21*t iß*r„ commencing |t
I# o'clock, wo will aell at oaranction room*, a iaree
aa*ortment of frrth and aee*->nablo DRY GOODS,
compridng a great variety of deateaMa aty lee, being
o»r cioaing aaTe for the (eason. Among them may br
found—
2 caee* Fancy Caaaimera
2 do Heavy Mixed "attinett* ±
1 do Canton Flannel*
2 bale* Negro Blanket* Vj .
Plain and Twlllod Flanneia ■: ■ ' ,
Keatnoky Joan* and Tweed*
Plaid Idaaoya; Cotton Shirt* «
Plaid Lou and Bqoara Shawl*
Colored Meriaoee
Black Aluaa*
Shaker Shirt* aad Drawer* ,
Fanay Print*. Plaid Da Laiaea
Black and Col'd Oembric#
Brawn Shi.Hag* aad Drilling*'
Black aad Mixed Cotton Hoee
Waal an OWv«*
Tremi—All rem* a*der •100, ea*h; aver that
~SSt'fSttfVffiS't Sn. *«.
fIRDSEED, POWDERED AMD COF
ISSSa3!SEiH?*
a«t kott. *w*.
BY TAYLOR A WU.LIAMa.
at It o'clock M .will fe« aoldatotr offioe. -
and two women, with three ehildrea.
* request of the Admlaiatrator
In»* 6M "' *AytOß fe WILLIAMS^
T.ARGE BALE OF A VALUABLE
HiUMSFM WAGONS,
BUREM, STABLES, fee —With the view of ma
king a chance In our preseSt busiueaa "or thTeomTn.
rear, we shall, oa WEDN E SDA?27th d«o °dJ?
comber, 1854, (if fair. If not. the next fairdav ther£
!?%> V 1 *' «C * our rtSa h^S
. . Dock, offer at 'public Auction, our enttv*
of MULES and HORBEB oomprisinc about 90
PfJ' 1 part of which are laia'suaetlui
"d indeed cannot he surpaeeed
uSSraST&S&SS''''- -
wwSVteß KSSHSSS-fiSI.Si
talalng an immense quantity or good Timber—
to be removed within 10 i?ays after the sale
Fanners Teamsters, and all who have use for such
stock, would do well to attend the sale, aa a stock so
large and valuable cannot he found. In addition to
which, every article offered, will bo sold without B
xntt or reserve.
Terms—Ui-der $& cash; that amount and oyer,
4 months credit, for approved notes, with inter*at
added or in payment of cash la same over $50, a de
duction of interest will be allowed. '
_. . . HATCHER fe WEBSTER,
by Taylor It Willmms, Aucts.
BY ELIAS HALE. 106Malnst
T auction sale of fancy
-Li GOODS, SUITABLE FOR PREBFNTS, n«
THURSDAY FRIDAY and 8 JtURdI Y.™ D
at 7 t cloak; alao, oa Saturday morning at 10 o'clock.
a large assortment of Fancy Goofs, just received )w
Steamer Roanoke from New York, and to bo sold
without reaerye. in part, aa follows, via: Extra rich
furnished D suing Cases, for Ladies and Oentlemaa;
Work Boxes, a large assortment: Reticules: Port Ft>'
lios; Desks; Opera Glasses; Card Cases; Porte Mon
-5 t^? t f rn ' : r °T China Tea Sett; seaa*s
■waorted Toy«; Cologne Bottles; Vases; -
Flu Unas; Gold PentSlr, Jeweli?, k"
ALSO, a Urge assortment of Gold and Silver
(Vetches; Gold Chaina; Silver Ware; French Clocks,
«kc < kc.
The above eonaignments.amountingto about #7000
presenting a favorable opportunity to get valuable
presents at a low price. They will also be sold at
greatly reduced pneeaat private aale.
de 19—5t ELIAS HALE. 106 Mai- s».
r TfiUBTEE'S SALE.—By virtue of Deed
•— 0/ Trust recorded in the Hustings Court of the
eity ofßic h rami, on the 18th day ofAugust last, by
B'sckweil, t° me, for eertain purpo*ea therein
rasnttoned, I shall proceed to sell on Council Chsm
ber Hill, in the elty of Richmond, on FRIDAY, 22d
day of December, 18M, commencing at 12 o'clock M
for cash, 6 fine young MULES, 3 DRAYS, nearly
new, with Iron Axles, sndS seta of Dray BARNESI
complete.
The title to the above property is believed to be
unquestionable; but sctin* aa Trustee, I shall onl*
convey such title as la vested in me bv said Deed of
?• C GHEEHHOW, Truitee.
Richmond, December 2, 1854—de It
BY THOMAS W. KEESEE ~
' (Office with Geo. J Snmnsr, No. 20 Pearl St.)
House and jlot i?ob lease at
AUCTION —Will be leased for five >earsL at
Auction, on WEDNESDAY, 20th last., at 4 o'clock
P. M., the HOUSE and LOT on Broad between 17th
and 18ch sU, adjoining the residence of Mr. N. B.
Hill and running back to Seabrook'a Warehouse—the
Leaaae to pmj all taxea. Poaaetaioo glvaa on the Ist
day of January, 1855. J B. KEESEE,
Guardian ef George ana L. Charter.
Thos. VV. Keesec, Acer. do 14
BIT THOMAB W. KF.ESUR
Office'at Geo. J. Bumper's, No. SO Pearl street.
HHRUSTEE'S SALE OF MONUMENT
A. HOTEL FURNITURE.—By vtrtne of a Deed
of Trust, executed by Jno. Talman, Sr, to the Sub
scriber, and duly recorded in the Clerk's Office of the
Hustings Court, for the purpoae of securing the pay
ment of certain auma of money to several parties
therein named, will be aold at Auction, oa THURS
DAY, the 21«inst., commencing at 10 o'clock, with
out reserve, the entire FURNITURE and FIX
TURES of the above Hotel, consisting of Parlor,
Diaing Room, Chamber and Offiae Furniture.
Terms—For all sums under tSO cash; $60 aadover
that amount, 4 months' eredit, for approved endorsed
negotiable noUs. J. C CRANE, Trustee.
Sale conducted by Taos. W. Keesbe, Auet.
de 11
17XTEN8IVE SALE.—STEAM EN-
M2J GINE, BAW MILL, MULES, WAGONS.
HARNESS, fee —Will be sold at auction on THURS
DAY, 21st day of December, (the preaeat month,) at
out Saw Mill, adjoining the lands of Mesars. Hill sad
Trent, situated on the Cbickabominy, about 7 milea
below the city; One eteam Engine and Saw Mill,
with fixtures complete and ia good order.
Terms—One-third caah ; aix and twelve months
on balance, for aatiafactory endorsed negotiable notes.
Also, 30 No. 1 yowMg Mules, some of which are aa
fine as can be had ; 9 Wagons and Harness, some of
• hem nearly new ; about 300 cords of well seasoned
oak Wood and lot ef sawed Timber.
The above aale will be positive, as itia made for a
dissolution of the concern and the glvina ap of the
Lumber Buaineaa. For the last named property,
cash aa to all sums of SSO and under will he required,
oyer that amount a credit of 4 months will be given
for approved negotiable paper.
PLEASANTS, COURTNEY fe BROS,
de 11—tda
BY RICHARD CAUTHORN.
F|RY GOODS AND CLOTHING, AT
JL/ AUCTION.- On WEDNESDAY, 20th in*, at
10$ o'clock, I will sell at my store a desirable auert
ment of Dry Ooods, and Clothing, suitable for the
present season.
de 18 B. CAUTHORN, Aoct.
BY LARUB fc SHINE.
CTOCK or LIQUOR. BAR FIXTURES,
O LICENSE. BOUSE FURNITURE. Ac, AT
AUCTION.—On WEDNESDAY MORNING, the
20th inst., commencing at 10 o'clock, we will aell at
public auction, tbe entire stock of Liquor*, Cigarr,
Bar Fixtures, House Furniture, Tavern License, to
gether with the unexpired time of the New Mai
ket Hotel, formerly kept bv the late Rsht. Muirhead.
This is a rare opfortaaitv offered to say person wish
ing to embark In the farm bariaees. The hoa*e
commacdaa good patronage, and sold only in const
aaence of the present proprietor going West.
de S LAltnß t *HIWE. Aaets.
STOCK OF $100,000 DRY GOODS
AT COST FOR CASH.
INTENDING to remove in a few weeks
A to o«r new Warehouse, bow nearly completed,
aad to make at that time seme important changes
la the character of oar baaiaem, we hare determined
from aad after the 13th last, to offer our eatlre
STOCK OF GOODB
AT PRIME COST FOR CASH.
or for undoubted negotiable paper, at short data, with
interest added. The whole stock is fresh aad desira
ble aad in perfect order, a considerable portion beiag
in original packages end purchased usder the most
favorable cireasnetoneea, either ia this country or ia
Europe.
The entire stock of every description will fc#ot
fered for a limited period, at private sale, by -be
piece or package, and ha closed at Auction, without
reserve, within the next sixty day* A rare opporta
aitv preheats Itself to cash rcaciusEßs, which tiey
will doubtless appreciate.
Orders from onr country ftlsarts shall have oar
prompt aad personal attention.
no fc-iftf KENT. FATNE fc MOHT.
"IVOTICE.—In ftffOT'lgnre with it decree
i™ of the County of hottoway, made at Ha Sep
tember term, lfflt I will sell rt the Aaserieaa Hotel,
ia the rlty af Richmond, on WEDNESDAY, 17th of
J canary, 1*55, at 12 o'clock, thefoUowiag Stock:
34 sharea Rauok" Stork
27 sharea Rich mar"? and Petenhorg Railroad
Stock
19 aharee ManChester potto* «sd Woolen M. |o
5 shares Appomnttrr N»rig»U* jtodt.
Committee fo/sarah B, Nffly.
CEEVARTB' CLOTffIW I!-.» ««•»
r i '" . ; 1 ■
9mßßk
late the* Ritchie.J/.,of>s£?V££!!&!<&!*
realeetata will be rar-r eyed, cad maee tkmofoS
be t»en at the aStk of tte AmhMto, i | ft*
Theabo»o realaetata, whether forlmM a»
K^»^^T'¥^%BCSK
third cuh, Wiaao at om» aad two yean, Mr -tit
"•"• «*>-«*>-»
fcHiwMi OODDm fc APr*fc«OM.Aacte.
By taylor a Williams.
PAIBOP YOUNG MTTLEB IT
AUCTION.—On TUESDAY, 19th Dteaakr
1851, at the tana of the lata Thoe. Kitehia. Jr. m.
mediately after the aala of tl£ W^Ve^d*
pair of yonng ud wall grown Male*.
By requeet of the Exact] tora
d « 18 TATLOK fc WTLH ACT, Aaet*
BY ALEX. NOT*. ' '
■WSSBSS^^kM
§&tt l fiS£ft£ Si.'SJSM^rS
and Bth ecreeta, all the Hoaeehold and Kitehea |»
eitare in «aid tenement, conaiatiai of
Soto, Barea.., Tete-e-Tetea, Mahogany Bad Cane-
Ctalrt Bedstead, WaahaCaada, Lookiaf OtaaaN,
Bed* Beddinjr fcc. Ia tact, erarj article aeeally
*Jt.£ * r,® 11 f»r?i«b*d reeideoee.
H" Ki f ch, , n '■mitaie, embracing thfe
nmal variety, in good order.
Tbkms—AllißmioftM and under, eaab; ore* that
amoant a credit ef 60 day*.
<*» ALEX. NOfT, A*et
by larus k shine.
'THIS EVENING, at 7 o'ch*k, we «Ul
of Staple Ml finir
Goo<U.««lt«blcfortho
GALE OF MOLES, COWS, HOGS, A*.
. 1 !*SS "i 1 ' ®» TUMDAY, the l»th of the prea
ent month,st my residence ntr Buchanan Serine.
4 or 5 fine Btulea, young tad well broke; twenty odd
heed of Cattle, man; of which are of Improved stock.
Moat of the Cowa are freah to the veil; aOmo of tbeda
have ronag calves by their aide. Also a Urge num
ber of Hop, among which are soveial brood Sows, at
improved atook, with younpt pi ft
W eeabj over that amoatot
a credit of four month, will be givea, for satisfacto
rily endorsed negotiable notea, lntereat added.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock A. M.
dott-dta QUINTAIN BLAIN.
~~~~ HIT THOS. W. UUtt,
Office at Geo. J. Sumner* a, No. SO Pearl atreet.
\T ALU ABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNI
- TURK AT AUCTION.—WiII be aoldoa TUES
DAY rooming next. Pee. 19th, commencing at 10
o'clock, at the reeidenoe of Mr. I. L. Car;, on 4tb, be
tween Broad and Marehall streets, a large aed value
ble assortment of Bedding, consisting of Sbeete,
Blankets, Comforts. Spreads, fee. Also—flue Mahog
any Bedstead, Beds. Mattresses, Washstande. fifte
pair Tete Tetea, Sofia, Carpets, haadaoma Cabinet,
Ae. S. B. CABT,
_ „ »y Garland Hanaa, Treatae.
Tho. W. Keens, Anet. da IS
BY LABUB tL BHIMK.
TJOTTLED LdQUOHa AT AUCTION.
-LB On next TUESDAY morning, the nth instant,
commencing at 10 o'clock, we wiH sell, at emt dm,
an invoice of caperior old Bottled liquorat anahi
which may be found—
24 doz superior Old Jamaica Rom.
I! £ K'BiS2£sf!SifiSf'' m -
lft do sup Old Apple Brandy, 1M«.
13 do sap Old Peach Brandy, 1*46.
6 do pore Irish Whiskey
Christmas being near at hand, thia invoice of Old
Liquors is the very thing for ho Beekeepers, eoantry
tTcVA ' " th * li< l* or » «« all prime ar'
We will dispone of this invoice la lote to s«H
housekeepers, Ae. LARUS A SHINE.
d*l6 a aeta.
ADDITIONAL.
Immediately after the sale of Liqnora. (whiak will
take place precisely at 10 o'clock ) we wilt aell—
30 pieces Kentucky Jeans.
30 pieces Batinete.
»0 Over, Frock and Dreaa Coats.
100 pair P anta, all sixes.
. - Vests, assorted sixes.
ALSO—A large and baodeome assortment of I.a
diM> Silk Dreee£° Mantillas,
and Calico Dresaos; 25 plecea Dreaa Silk a; SCOCoanter
painea; Comforters; Qullta, Ae; together with a large
assortment of Staple and fancy Goods, suitable ior
Christmas Presents.
The trade la invited to attend, ae thia will be the
last trade aale before Christmas.
i« 18 LARUS A SHINE, Auete.
NIGHT AUCTION.
WATCHES, JEWELRY and FANCY
»ii.AM? C ¥ ! ?r W,M at my store THIS
Also—A email invoice of DRY GOODS
The attaatioa of tho public in requeeted, as the
sale will be without reeerre.
_oo 31 ALEX. WOW. Anet.
V £ HENRICO LIGHT DBA
jkd GOONS, ATTENTION.—Parade
H9 at Gardner's *prln», hi Ml eai
fflnLb form, on TU E8 DA T, the 38tk
4HQII inst, at 10 o'clock. Those Troop
ere who have not drawn their
' [ »r«a,can do so by calling en It.
* \\ Davalat bisatore.
in * ■ By order of the Captain.
do 16—td A. K. GOOCH, O. B.
A GOING TO EUBOFE {
£Z\ AGAIN! I
tjlmuvc OFF AT COST, 1
4HVani aome good*
Dircot Importer of WetoboeußdOaaa,
No. M Mala street.
Aa 1 intend going to Km ope again in tho Mat. 1
wilt aell tho whole of mv valuable stock of GOLD
WATCHES, GUNS, JEWELRY, and Fancy BnM
of every description, at (irst confer tkreo months.
Call aad examine before porcbsetag elsewhere, M
do Id—dSm U Matastajat.
- JT-b. N OTICE.—The Btoamboat
dMBMK CURTIS PECK, Ont. JWO Davi«,
will reeume the regular ran between thlaptoeouad
PORTSMOUTH and NORFOLK To-morrow Here
in#. (Saturday,) 16* December, leaving tho Wbwf
at Roeketta at 6$ o'clock, precisely,
do 15 f. O. H ASK INS.
GOLD EXCHANGED FOR
de!4—tlsU Ha»Mt»
m FOB RENT.—Ths largs >tor«hoMS
■. on the Baain new oeeaptod by *e e*eeriber.
Posse salon given irasndta«siy For matpMtab
lanu-nqnlreof J. f CottreiJ or the ybsortteT^^

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