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TiMmRX HOMING JANUARY 17,15».
SEtB MSPATCtt COUNTING-ROOM HAS
KK-T KEHOYBD TO Tit_, NOkthe vst con-
WKR OF THIRTEtNIH AXl> MAIN STREET*.
(_t«na*'sß__4u*.} Iit&LEDIATELf OPPOSITE
THE OLD STAND. _______
LOCAL MATTERS.
Hustings Court.—The Hustings Court
was in session yesterday, but disposed of
very nW e business.
Under writ of habeas corpus, the
Judge discharged J." H. Clarkson from
all liabilities to military service.
The case of Isaac Jacobs, charged with
feloniously obtaining money, under false
pretences frcm Nathan Bernstein, was
continued till the next term, and tho ac
cused was admitted to bail for hi. ap
pearance in the sum of $10,000.
The court thereupon adjourned till
this morning.
Mayor's Cot rt.—A very large number
of cases were docketed for His Honors
consideration yesterday. The following
list embraces those of most interest to
the public:
James and Charles, slaves of Mrs.
r>li7.abcth J. Timberlake, were charged
with aiding and conniving at the escape
• to the Yankees of James, slave of Peter
Webster, and John, slave of Dr. Edwin
Epps. Information of the conduct of
the accused was conveyed to Constable
Joseph G. Mettert, of Henrico county,
- by the two negroes whose efforts to es
cape were being aided by them, and who
were arrested by him upon suspicion of
designing to leave their masters. They
were overhauled by Mr. Mettert about
two miles from the city on Saturday and
brought back. James subsequently ac
knowledged at the cage that it was his
intention to go to the Yankees, but
Charles denied the accusation. The two
negroes who it was alleged were to be
run off by the accused, appeared as wit
nesses and stated that Mrs. Timbcrlake's
James persuaded them to leave their
owners, promising to put them safely
through to the Yankees 'for the sum ot
two hundred dollars each, which they
paid him. Neither of them had ever
talked with Charles on the subject, and
did not know whether he had anything
to do with the matter or not. The Mayor
thereupon discharged Charles from the
crime of enticing slaves off, but held him
as. a witness * James was remanded fof
examioation before the Hustings Court.
James, slave of Peter Webster, and
John, slave of l)r. Edward Epps, (the
two negroes referred to above as having
paid two hundred dollars *,o be taken
across the lines,) were, after hearing the
evidence against James and Charles, re
committed, by the Mayor, to jail till
their action can be further considered. •
The case against Israel, slave of Henry
Burns; Jordan, slave of Georgiana Q bar
ters ; Lilian, slave of William H. Tyler,
and Elizabeth, slave of Richard Talia
ferro, charged with burglariously enter
ing the Confederate meat-store and steal
ing about twenty-five hundred dollars'
worth of fresh beef and pork, was taken
up and disposed Of by remanding the
accused for examination before the Hus
tings Court
James Melvin, charged with unlawfully
receiving a large lot 'of corn, oats, bags
and soldiers* clothing, belonging to the
Confederate States, wag remanded for
indictment by the Grand Jury. Bail
was alloayed in the sum of five hundred
dollars.
A large number of negroes, charged
•with petty thefts, insolence to white per
sons, &c, were ordered to be whipped ;
after which the court adjourned.
Re-arrest of a Lunatic —On Satur
day morning last, in accordance with
instructions from the Hustings Court,
Deputy-Sergeant Williams visited Castle
Thunder for the purpose of taking to
Staunton a lunatic named White, who
# had formerly been a sutler in the Con
federate service. White was brought
down into the office; but, during a brief
' absence of Mr. WilHams, with that pecu
liar cunning which often characterizes
persons of insane mind, he quietly walked
out of the building, and, proceeding to
the Danville depot, managed by some
means to get on the Danville train and
leave the/city. He was yesterday re
taken in the neighborhood of Burkeville
• and brought back to the city. Upon his
jjfcion was found various sutlers' papers,
by means of some of which, it is sup
posed, ha passed on the cars.
Robbert.—On Sunday night last,
tha auction and commission house ot
DiAin*on, Hill \k Co., on Franklinouid
Walt afreets, was entered and robbed of
twa barrels of flour and. thirty-seven
pilose W bacon, valued at between four
and flra thousand dollars. Tha thieves
baXialae keys, as they entered through
**• ftwbt door, and, after passing the
|yj£_*> Mtlclts out, again locked the door
XT*?*** Traces of the robbery were
______T_r^** - F<**7 r morning about a square
P£» tW building, but all effort* at fur-
<<-to proved fruitless.
r _jfe*» Aww--Polica»an Moore
Tom, dave 0 f E. #.
I _!*___!> c Sfl rf with dealing a hsj».
S !_______- "* Wu to (Je
P ___Ss______! S"V$ lnTeßti g«tion of the
g <jpiM»p_FW INJiiajor ihis moroiqg,
'' jfl—BltSfe'• • •^9^^tin)otti'^igm^mmtoOm;. : ii,.--/
IfcßWHjp .Em DOLOTIJ-TT.-Jos>|rh
JHr*< was arrtstad yestankv
awa
afternoon «nd
der on Hie charfeof disloyal sentiments.
Among other sets! of the prisoner, was
that or refusing to take Confederate mo
ney in payment of goods purchnaed from
him, as nothing but gold and silver, he
said, would hereafter pass current there.
OFFICIAL.
Treasury DrPAurMK.Ni, \
COSFKIJERATR STATRH i»r A.M+RK V, [
Richmond, January 2, lbtlj. J
NOTICE TO HOLDERS AND OWN
KR« OF SIX PEE CENT. NON-TAXAHLE
t-KKTIFICATEa OF INDEBTEDNESS, ISSUED
UNDER THE FOURTEENTH SECTION OF ACT
OF FEBRUARY 17, lS6i.—Notice is hereby jiivcn
to hokh-r* and owners of SIX PER CENT. NON
TAXABLE CERTIFICATES Of INDEBTED
NESS, issued under tho fourteenth section of the
act of February 1 1, 1864, that the inteiest duo on
the same to Ist January, 1865, will be paid upon
S mentation of the bonds at any time, after Ist
anuary to the Trcasuier, Assistant Trvasurtr
or Pay Depositaries named below.
31 G. A TRENHOLM,
Secretary of Treasury.
Treasurer at Richmond, Virginia
Assistant Treasurers at Charleston and Mobile.
Dopo*itarit6 at Raleigh and Wilmington, North
Caiohna.
I>< pobitarics at Charleston and Columbia, South
Caronna.
Depositaries at Savannah and Augusta, Georgia.
Depositaries al Tallahassee, Florida, and Mont
gomery, Alabama.
lk-V'->-'t«.rit s at Columbus, Mississippi, and lloila
toniind Marshall, Tesoo. jaO—oUwtin
NOTICE TO HOLDERS AND OWN
ERS OP FOUR PER CENT. REGISTERED
BONDS, ISSUED UNDER ACT'Of FEBRUARY
17, I*o4. —NStii-o is hereby given to holder** and
owners of four per rent, registered bonds, issued
under att of February 17, iHiif, that the interest due
on the same to tat January, IM*.'>, will be paid ujKjn
pauneatstion of the bends, at any time after Ist
proximo, to the Treasurer, Assistant Treasvwrs or
Pay Depositaries named below. It in unpraoti'.-able
to prepare schedules for the payment of interest on
these bonds, as the number and amount of those
surrendered iv payment of taxes have not been yet
ascertained. G. A. TRENHOLM,
Secretary of Treasury.
Treasurer at Richmond, Virginia.
AssUtsnt Treasurers at Charleston and Mobile.
Depositaries at Raleigh, and Wilmington, North
Carohua.
Depositaries at Charleston and Columbia, South
Carolina.
Depositaries at Savannah and Anjfliata, Georgia.
Depositaries at Tallahassee, Florida, and Mont
gomery, Alabama.
Depositaries &i Columbus, Mississippi. ;ir.d Hous
ton and Marshal)) Texas. de loV-eod-m
TUCASVI'.Y DrJ'AKTMr.SI, (
Richmond, Va., November 28, I>'Gl. }
TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO
_1 HOLDERS AND OWNERS OF ( EKTIFI
CATES OF STOCK AND COUPON BONDS, issued
under the act of August 19, ISSt, redeemable alter
the Ist day of January, 1&65, to present the same
for payment on the SECOND DAY OF JANUARY
NEXT, or at any time thereafter, to the Treasurer
of the States, one of the Assistant
Treasurers of the Confederate States, or a Pay De
positary ot" the Confederate States, funds having
been placed in the hands of said agents for ij&e pur
pose of redeeming sin h, stock and coupon bonds.—
No interest will be allowed on such stock and cou
pon bonds after January Ist, 1303.
G. A. TRENHOLM,
dc 7—cod2m Secretary of Treasury.
Treasury Department, \
Confederate Statbs or Amehica, >
RiciiMOM), November 28. ISG4. )
THE HOLDERS AND OWNERS OF
COUPON BONDS AND CERTIFICATES OF
SLOCK issued under the act ef August I'Jth, ISSI,
redeemable after the las days of January and Juiy,
IWA, are hereby notified to present the s.'.me for
pajmsnt to the Treasurer, one of the Assistant
Treasurers, or a Pay Depositary of the Confederate
States, funds having been placed in ihe hands, of
those officers for the purpose of redeeming said bonds
and stock. No Interest will be allowed thereon after
January Ist, 1965. G. A. TRENHOLM,
de 7—cod2m Secretary of Treasury.
RUNAWAYS.
EIVK HUNDRED DOLLARS HE-
V.'ARD.—WYritel, inform ttion of HOSES,
a likely mulatto, thirty-fire rears old, about live
ie c t ten inches high, belonging to Captain T. C.
Morton. He was hired to the Riehroond and Dan
vill'j railro.sd, went off with Wilson's raiders in
June, and i-> supposed to have been recaptured at
fistim*. station. The above reward viU be paid for
Ais safe delivery to mo, or $200 for nsefttl inlbrma
tion of the suittc. Address Chaplain PAUL C.
MORTON, Goidonsviile, Virginia, ja 17 —It*
RUNAWAY.— ONE TIIOUSAND
• DOLLARS RE WARD.—Ran away, on Fii
day, December 30, a NEGRO ROY, aboiu. twenty
live years old, named HAMPTON J OHNSON, He
is about live ieet six inches in height; weighs about
one hundred «nd thirty pounds; black; a good
many of his jaw teeth are out; and inclined to be
delicate. I purchased him about three years ago
from William' Garnett. His wife lives on Seven
teenth street, near Austin's grocory. He caa read
and write remarkably Weil. He his been wovkir*
in my foundry as a mechanic. I will pay ONE
THOUSAND DOLLARS REWARD if taken within
the enemy's lines, or FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS
if within our lines, and delivered to HUI, Dickin
son & Co. W. B. COOK, 1-ounder,
jit 11—Cf Eighth street, near Main.
rpWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOL-
X LARS REWARD.—Left my residence, on the
night of January G, ISGS, a negro girl, named
FRANCES. She i-: about five feet six inches high ;
chocolate color; well-dressed; generally wears a blue
turban. The above reward will be paid if lodged in
jail, or otheiwisc, so I can get her
W. it. STEVENS,
corner of Nineteen.h and Praiikliii streets,*or
SAMUEL PRICE & CO., Main btreet.
jalo-6t
T> UNAWAY.— _ IVJ3 H UNDR EI)
iXV DOLLARS RK WARD.—Left tnr [ntumttm.
on lueeday last, the 3d instant, AU' fSTUS, a
mulatto boy. Be is twentyylvo years of age; about
i »ye feet_ nine inches higfr, with a wen above his
right eye. Tho above rewafe-i will be paid if thewaid
boy is utlivored to hit or tfmfiued in the city jail.
. „ . POWHATAN WEISIGER,
• ja 10—IQt* No. 107 Main street. Richmond, Va.
3 [WO HUNDRED DOLLARS ItE-
L WARD.—The above reward will bo paid fbr
c apprehension.and delivery tome, in Richmond,
of a woman i amed PRANCES, belonging to Mr. P.
H. Ru3m.-U. S-id woman absconded Lorn Mr.. Pe
gram's about the latter part of November, and has
not been heard of since then. She is medium-sized
and of daikcoaapltxion; no uiiiks recollected.
,w-._ E. D. EACHO,
ja 10— Iw Agent for P. H. Russell,
fYKE THOUSAND DOLLARS EE
\F WARD. Ran away, my man, naintd JOHN;
calls himself JOHN MUSE; thirty yeai* of age;
black complexion; Au__r forehead, with a unall knot
on it reaembhaJLtt wen; very likely; quick spoken;
a carpenter trjr&i*de | he is «ive feet eight or nine
_*?_* - fSpBl ciy * *** -°° Te W*«nl<«rbis
delivery to R.J£wnpkin , s jail, Richmond, or any
©tker jwl so thjjit I can get him. His father live'
in King and Queen-county, and no doubt be is
maknig ha* way tfaare. B. J. EBDINB, ,
ja 6—lot # Mancluestfcr, Virginia.
IE THdtJSAND DOLLARS RE
_T^ J ¥_;~ J * ,, ,V* r » *** nigW > m - v SEGKO
ANJi, and her two children. Ann is of;
a dark brown, color and about tbirty-thieu years'
old; ts _&d ha* h scar or nnk inoue
ew*k, »tr daughter, wmicd SARAH BROWN,
a*ott<aevcn years old, is darker than her mother,
andycryjntellDrent Her son, named CHARLES,
«»«kt years <dd, Waak, has a thick nnder Up, and is
ttomewhat bow-legged. The obov«f* reward wiU b* j
mtd tor tfcetr d*hv«ry to me in Bicbmond, _ James
T. Butloc*. Uo.'s, Cary street. IJHqw I'oori. {
j*f-SNr* THOMAS ROtJDAR.
\TOTICE.wIfORSrS FOR SALE^one
jtl «# tie bo* tin taefVwfedewM States. Aptfly
* _^_____* M!M| «*«Mat*dßr«ad stsaeui.
-_ J» *rt\ Sail-* * ■■ ..;. \ '
M' us** iron «ale, *&*>, on «.„d
WAGON ami !K)llfiX.K
THIS DAY.
'■ ; ■-■■' '' I : ' ra - '
By tL P.TAylor,Aucttoneer. ■', x
TT7TLL BJKr SO-ST TO-DAY, AT 4
ff o'ektffk, in the alley in reAr of No. 63 Msln
street, a very good SADDLE HORSE, which is also
broke to harness; perfectly round, and between
Bin* and teu years of age.
ja i7—U' H. T. TAYLOR, Auctioneer.
By L. H. Luck ft Co., Auctioneers,
(No. 86 Main street.)
WE WILL SELL AT AUCTION, on
TUESDAY, January 17th, for cash only,
a large and general assortment of HOUSEHOLD
AND KETCH EN FURNITURE, MIRRORS, CAR
PETS, RUGS, t ROCK FRY AND GLASSWARE.
TUMBLER:'
JELLY GLASSES,
CROCKERY,
PITCHERS,
CHAIRS,
SOFAS,
LOUNGES,
SAFES,
WARDROBES,
GOLD WATCHES, *
SILVER WATCHES,
PINS,
EARRINGS,
CLOTHING,
OVER<OAT3,
DRAWERS,
SHIRTS, Ac.
VESTS,
DRESSES.
ALSO,
6l«i bags SMOKING TOBACCO,
70 feet 3-imh LEATHER BELTING,
28 feet 7-inch LEATHER BELTING,
20 feet U-inch LEATHER BELTlNG—nearly
new. r ja 16] L. H. LUCK & CO. *
By Grubbs & Williams, Auctioneers.
VALUABLE FARM OF TWO HUN
DRED AND NINETEEN AND THREE
QUARTER ACRK.s OF LAMD. ON THE CEN
TRAL RAILROAD AND CHICKAHOMINY, SIN
MILES FROM RICHMOND, FOR SALE AT
AUCTION.-On TUESDAY, January Uth, at 12
o'clock M., we will sell the FARM, located as above
described, culled MEADQW BRIDGES, in a fine
state of cultivation; one hundred and fifty acres
chared, with a line meadow on the Chickah'ominy.
The impiovemcnts are a plain dwelling, suited for a
small family; kitchen and other setv.uits' houses;
bam, corn-house, stable, ice-house,' Ac.
Ten acres of rye have been seeded on the farm
and is looking very well.
Tkums: At sale.
Sale without reserve.
ORUBBS A WILLIAMS,
ja 12—tds Auctioneers.
T IMMEDIATELY AFTE&THE ABOVE
f sale, we will sell two other TRACTS OF
Land, viz:
Ist. Twenty-eight and a half acres of WOOD
LAND, within one hundred yards of tho Central
railroad, near Tcake's turn-out. adjoining the hinds
cf Janus T. Sutton snd 8..L. Winston.
2d. Seven and thrte-Sfth acres on the east side of
the Central rfiilroad, about three miles from Rich
mond, adjoining the lands of Edmnnd A Daven
port, George D. Pace and Williamson.
Ti.hms : Cash. GRUBBS &'WILLIAMS,
ja 1(> • Auctioneers.
RAILROADS AND STEAMERS.
SITKRINTENnKNT's OFFICE \
VrnoiNiv CsSTBAC Rait.hoad, J
Richmond, January 14th, M 65. )
NOTICE.-On and after MONDAY, the
Kith instant, a REGULAR PASSENGER
and FREIGHT TRAIN, combiued, will be run tri
weekly between Staunton and Mulboro'—leaving
Staunton on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at
6 o'clock A- M.; returning on same day*, leaving
Millboro' at 3:45 P. M. W. A KUI'EU,
jalfi — fit As.-istant Superintendent.
Rhumom) and Daxvim.e Rah.uoai>, )
Sii»i:rintkxhent's Oikicf, J
Richmond, January 11, 1*63. )
"VTOTICE.—On and after THURSDAY,
__1 January 12th, R65, the TItKOUGH MAIL
and SOUTH SIDE FREIGHTS will be discontinued
until furthei notice. G. S. NETHEELAND,
ja 13—PL Superintendent.
Richmond and Daxvillk Railroad, J
Ricuj_m>, January IS, 1865. )
"VTOTICE.—The through irtail and pas
A. 1 senger trains on this road will beresumedfrom
this date until further notice, leaving daily at 11
o'cl.k kA. M. JAMES 11. LESTER,
ja 10—«t | Ticket Agent.
Navt DxrAßTMkkt, \
OfFIOK SrKCIAI, ShRYIrX," J
Richmond, Va., September 19, 1861. j
H'OTICE.— From and after MONDA-"
NEXT, the 26th instant, the STEAMER
RAPNEL will leave the wharf at Rocketts fot
the JAMBS RIVER SQUADRON daily at 7 o'clock
A. M. and i o'clock P. A!., touching at all the prin
cipal huiliags on the river.
JOHN H. PARKER,
Lieutenant in charge.
cc 20—ts
SPECIAL NOTICE.—NEW SHOE
STORE.
TO TIIE LADIES AND GENTLEMEN OF RICH
MOND.
The tubscriters beg Lave to inform their custom
ers and the public in general that they have fitted
uji a beautiful SHOE STORE', on Broad street, be
tween Sixth and Seventh streets!, and they will open
on TUESDAY MORNING with a large assortment,
(their own manufacture), consisting of
Ladies' Goatskin LACE SHOES,
Ladies' Caliskin LACE SHOES,
Ladies' Calfskin CONGRESS SHOES,
Ladies' Cloth CONGRESS GAITERS,
Ladies' SLIPPERS,
Misses* and Children's SHOES,
Infants' SHOES,
Men's CAVALRY BOOTS,
Men's CITIZEN ROOTS,
Men's high OXFORD TIE 3,
Men's low OXFORD TIES,
Men's fine BROGANS,
Servants' SHOES.
Also, ladies' and gentlemen's Boots and Shoes re
paired. HARVEY, HEELINGS A CO.
ja 16^-fit*
TyrOTICE.— TO QUARTERMASTERS
-*-VANB OTHERS.—The undereigned, having
dissolved partnership with Mr. H. J. Maigne, is
prepared, on his own account, to furnish AXLE
GREASE. MACHINE OIL, or HARNESS OILS, as
lev as a_, one, and warrants,the same to be
fiual to any in the market. Having bad fcuryears'
experience m tha business, I can satisfy any one in
want of OILS or AXLE GREASE. I shall be pre-i
pared in a short time to furui_h GLUE. All orders
left with Mr. J. B. GALLEGHER, on Main street,
between Seventh and Eighth, will be promptly filled.
My GREASE and OILS can be had there at aetail
sMg. [ja 14-Sf j JOHN A. FOSTER.
WOSEPH HODOSON, WHOLESALE
Pit COMMISSION MERCHANT, NORTH SIDE
oinynE basin, Richmond, respectfully «_
--nounoes to his fri-nds and k> the public tliat lie his
an AMPLE WAEEHOTJSE for receiving and sto
ring all kind* of PRODUCE and MERCHANDISE,
which be wiU receive and sril at the usual commis
sion yf five per cent., and three per tent, for the
Confederate and soldiers* tax.
Hetiiwta that his cxpci icoce for the Taut forty
years guarantiees to his consignors that ample jus
tice will Ik? done them.
For hi * responsibility and Mr dealing he refers to
Mew*r*. |t*nt> Paine A Co., ifesert Tardy A Wil
liams, Ritlnnond; L. Nummlry, Bsa,, President of
the Rank of the Commonwealth; Jud*e Richard 11.
s^»- uC <_»H*P«-; Oaknasl'J-lian Hanfeoa, Elk
H3l; Dr. David Panmll, of Orange; a, R/lee,
Lynchburg, desn.^rta*
<J, '■""'"■ ,v iinyjwi,. i r '" ayt*f ■ »»"y i .ill— i_,
JL esAmnCmtm on tha Confe^ateßtatee
T&mmrv, drawn by Major 1. B- fary, miarterataa
___3sKsttsjp w - a - T4m~
Ja 17-lf Major and Owarfirmaster.
" js •-• ; ■;?■■'
■■■ ■ ■ - • ' - "' '■' r
f ByE.B.Oook,Aa«<loaaar,
j (No. 70 hUln street.)
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE FOR
SALB AT AUCTION.-On THURSDAY,
Kb ef January, at l» o'clock, rwßl sell at tha
rerideeoe of Mm 8. C_ra«-T, on Fourth stmt, be
tween Jackson and *»•*?» * 8*»«*1 assort
meat of excellent FURNITURE, compri*n_-
A handsome Bookcase,
Mahogany Parlor f Uhairs,
Dining and other Tables, two Safes,
Bedsteads and Mattretaes,
■ 2 prime Feather Bods,
Superior Ingrain Carpet.
Cups and Saucers, Piatarnnd Dishes,
Glassware,
An excellent Cooking Btore, complete, Ac.
ALSO,
A choice Library of Books, embracing Historiee, v
Works on Literature, Science, Ac.
j* JS E. B. COOK, Auctioneer.
By Williamson ft Co., Auctioneers,
(No. 192 Main street, between Ninth and Tenth.)
FURNITURE,
GLASS AND CROCKERYWARE,
GOLD WATCHES,
CLOTHING,
FANCY ARTICLES, At ,
AT AUCTION.
On FRIDAY, the 20th instant, cornir.encirg at
10 o'clock A. M., we will sell at our salesrooms, No.
192 Main street, an assortment of GOODS, con
sisting of the following and other articles:
Cabinets, Wardrobe*;,
Parlor, Cane and Windsor Chairs,
Dining, Parlor and Kitchen Table«,
Tete-a-Tetes and Lounges,
French, Jenny Lind and Cottage Bedsteads,
Feather Reds,
Hair and Shuck Mattresses,
Pillows, Bolsters", Sheets, Blankets,
Mirrors, Ghu>s and Crockery ware,
Booti and Shoos,
Gold WatchoH, , '**
Fancy Articles,
Cooking, Parlor and Office Stoves,
ja 1G WILLIAMSON la CO., Auctioneer».
By Thomas W. Keesee, Auctioneer,
(Office Governor street, between Main and Franklin.)
MARBLE-TOP BILLIARD TABLES,
Ac, FOR SALE AT AUCTION.—WiII be
sold at \iucton, on WEDNESDAY, the 18th in
stant, at 11 o'clock A. M., at E.Brian's billiard
rooms, under the American Hotel,
Four Marble-top Billiard Tables, (Phtlan's
patent,) with Bails, Quts, Maces, Coun
ters, &c
Two large "Mirrors, \_
Two d->:*'.«n Oak Cane-Seat Arm Chairs,
Pictnr. s,
One load Coke, Ac.
ja IB T. W. KEESEE, Auctioneer.
WILL BE SOLI), on tho 24th of the
present month, at public auction, on the
premises, my FARM, in Chesterfield county, *n the
Cogbill road, seven miles from Manchester, of sixty
six acres of land, well timbered and in a very de
sirable neighborhood. Very good dwelling and ex
cellent water. •
Tkh>is : Made known on day of «ale.
J.i lfr-9i« LEROY E. CLARK.
By Grubba A Williams, Auctioneers.
TWO FRAMED TENEMENTS, ON
THE EAST SIDE OF SEVENTEENTH,
BETWEEN CHRISTIAN AND RICHARD
STREETS, FOR SALE AT AUCTION.—On WED
NESDAY, January 18th, at 12 o'clock M , we will
sell at auction, upon the premises, TWO TENE
MENTS, with three room? each, situated as above
and occupied by Messrs. Barker and Beazelcy. The
lot fronts forty-four feet and runs back one hun
di ed and sixty-five feet.
Tebms: At sale. Purchaser to pay taxes for
lfifii. G R ÜBBS A Wl LLIA MS,
ja 14 Auctioneers.
By Hill, Dickinson & Co., Auctioneers.
Q ALE OF NEGRO M AN" AT AUCTION.
k3 In pursuance of a decree cf the Sequestration
Court in the ease of the Confederate .Stales of Ame
rica against William J. Holiday, and Lucy R , his
wife, alien enemies, I will sell, ac the unction*
house of HILL, DICKINSON & ( O , on WEDNES
DAY, the 18th instant, at 10 o'clock, one valuable
nogro man, named Fleming.
Terms : Cash. HENRY L BROOKE,
ja 12 Receiver of District No. 3.
By James M. Taylor, Auctioneer.
rpWO D E S I RABL E BUILDING
I LOTS. IN SIDNEY, FOR SALE AT AUC
TION.—WiII be sold on THURSDAY, the 19th of
January, on the premises, at 12 o'clock M., two
VACANT LOT*, as above described', situated on
the cast s-ide of Cherry, and at the corner of Bev
erly and Albemarle'streets, fronting thirty feet
each and- running back one hundred and thirty
five feet to a twenty foot alley.
Terms : Made known on the day of sale.
ja!4 JAMES M. TAYLOR, Auctioneer.
SALE OF LAND AND MILLING
PROPERTY IN BOTETOURT—On TUES
DAY, January 31st, at 12 o'clock, will be sold, at
the Blueridge Hotel, on the macadamized road, in
Botetourt county, the MILL-SITE and BUILD
INGS lately occupied as the Blueridge Paper Mill,
including about SEVENTEEN ACItES of LAND.
Also, at the tamo time, will be sold about ONE
HUNDRED ACRES of WOOD LAND, three miies
from the milling property. This land is reported
to be good land.
Also, some TWO HUNDRED CORDS of WOOD;
part at the mill and part on the wood land.
This property is very desirable. The mill has a
very abundant supply of clear spring water aheady
conducted to it,'which would be invaluable in manu
facturing. There are water-wheels in order lor ma
-chmery.
Terms : Cash, in Confederate money.
ja 11 J. A. COWARDIN.
SALE OF COAL PROPERTY.—Un
der an unexpired lease, having three years to
run, will bcaold, at the Clover Hill Pit*, on FRI
DAY, the 20th instant, the LEASE, TOOLS, FIX
TURES, Ac, of the pits lately worked by Hall A
Co., known as the Central Fits, in Chesterfield
county.
This sale is made necessary by the death of Wil
kms Hall, who wa* one of the partners, and is con
curred in by his executor.
' Tbkhs: Cash.
THE BURVIVINO PARTNERS
. >, OF HALL A CO.
I eoncurjn the above sale. L. L. LESTER,
ja_—tds Executor of W. Hail, deceased.
JB. PAYNE & CO., Commuaion Mer
chants and Dealers in Imported Wines. Li
quors, Ac, No. 113 Broad street.
Fure old Rye Whiskey.
Pure old Malt Whiskey (Bcvtch).
Fure old Irish WWakey, -
Pure old French Brandy,
Pure old Apple Brandy,
Pure old Tom Gin,
Champagne Wine,
Claret Wine,
Sherry Wine,
Madeira Wine,
Domestic Wine,
Blackberry Wine,
Edinbuig Ale {Jeffrisa's),
Grape Vinegar,
- . Tomato Catsup,
English Mustard,
Kcklea,
Sardines, j
Toilet Soaps,
Tooth Brushes,
Combs Scissors,
•*• Pen Knives,
Penal*, Taper, Envelopes, Ac,
Briar-root Virm,
Jobacco pouches/robber).
Mason's Blacking, '
Wanking Brushes,
lf»«gJ»ruaJM». delT-l m
' •"tocwMojir., December 22,1801.
KOT ALIASED TO
*_U^____&^ ltt ? to^rt *** ™
J ORril-ICATIONS without a purport from this
_JJ0 pa**part_wM be given s sliva txcept oa the
or mis «w re not .wtjl known at the a__ee_a» a£
ti_ad >wt »,Ty, tMrnJss?ffr&iS
part m peaain.. This pre**fc_ TEomrnVmS _££
sarjr by the
sVrgad orders, wirt wiU *» «3iUjr ftomdsd -
—•"-•-f- • ' ... ■. i.-1 , —r -^ —-r- —- -\: • ; —-—7—^
-'- -M^fA^lnsni ._ __ —^
tt/-, - - :
..■■ 1,11 -11 -. <*$},><'•• 'if.
By Or-hhaAWjr-s-is, AtrHlliWta.
V STRLET, BETWEEH SdJ-t-U-IfTH AND
SEYJCNTEENTH BTJtEKTS, BQB, SALE
AUC__ON.~On FKCOaY, Muary 30th, at W
o'clock M., we witt sell, the pMniscs,
the TENEMENT ocouphkl by OoorgtJ D.
Harwood. and located tut aheve. Uto three sto
ries high besides basement, and is arranged
as a store below, with above
for a family. The lot fronts twenty-two fctt and
runs back one hundred and ten feet to Una alley.
This is the toost valuable piece of -city property
now on the market, and should attract capitalists.
Tkbms : At sale. Purchaser to i>ay tho taxes for
IMS. GRUBBS A WILLIAMS,
17 Auctioneers.
By G. "W. Willis* Auctioneer,
(No. 63 Mam street.)
WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION, A*
my store, THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock,
a lot of I i •
HOUSEHOLD and KITCHEN FURNITURE,
STOVES,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE, /•
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
. BLANKETS, f
SHOES,
DRY GOODS, Ac.
GOLD und SILVER WATCHES,
JEWELRY, Ac
ja 17 G. W. WILLIS, Auctioneer.
By Robinson, Adams 4: Co., Auctioneers,
(corner of.Nintu an 1 Main streets.)
WE WILL OFFER AT AUCTION,
on FRIDAY MORNING next, the -Oth in
stant, at 10 o'clock,
7»x> bones Manufactured Tobacco,
_'» ruses' Smoking Tobacco,
'2Q,i)Q\i Florida Cigars.
ALSO,
GROCERIES,
LIQUORS ' •
and
MISCELLANEOCS GOODS.
Particulars in speesal notice on morning of sole.
Consignments solicited.
ja 17 ROBINSON, ADAMS A CO.
REAL ESTATE FOB, SALE.
OF SEVENJTY-FIYE ACRES,
1 IN HENRICO COUNTY, TEN MILES BE
LOW RICHMOND, FOR SALE PRIVATELY.—
We offer for sale, privately, the FARM located as
above, lying between tho Central, or Dybytown,
find the Long Bridge roads, and adjoining '• Camp
Holly " and the land of James F. Powell. The farm
contains seventy-flve acres, according, to the old
deeds, but is believed, really, to contain a "much
larger amount. The greater poition of :h*» land is
in cultivation, and baa bet n limed at the fate of
sixty bushels per acre. .There is upon the j lice a
comfortable dwelling with six rooms and an or
chard of one hundred excellent fruit trees. The
land is wc'.i adapted for gardening. Pri«e, §26,000.
Apply m ■ GEUBB3 & WILLIAMS,
j _, 17—3t
EOUR BEAUTIFUL half-acre
LOTS, OftMriON HILL, FOR SALE—We
for sale TWTIALF-ACRE LOTS, on west side
of Thirty-second street, extending from O to P street,
fronting three hundred and thirty feet, running
back one. hundred and thiity-two feet. Also, ONE
LOT at the southeast corner of Thirty-first and P
strect*j one hundred and sixty-five by one hundred
and thirty-two feet; and another LOT of same di
mensions, on west side of Thirty-first, between" O
and P streets.
All these lots lie beautifully in an improving
neighborhood, and they are ottered at a very mode
rate advance uaen their v»lue before the" war.—
Apply to gja 17—3fej QRUBBg & WILLIAMS.
DWELLING FOR SALE.—We offer
at private 6ale a TENEMENT in Hughes's
Row, en Mayo street, with sis rooms, kitchen, gas
and writer. It is now rented at $300 per month, but
possession can be had in Apiil, if desired.
GRUBIiS A WILLIAMS,
ja 16—Si . Auctioneers.
}7ARM OF ONE HUNDRED ACRES,
* IN PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY. AD
JOINING HAMPDENSIDNEYCOLLEGE, WITH
DWELLING, WITH NINE ROOMS, FOR SALE
PRIVATELY.—We otter for Rale, piivately, the
FARM located as above, containing one hundred
acres, with wood and timber enough—some forty
acres being in wood; bilance cleared. The im
provements arc a dwelling, with nine rooms; an of
fice, witii two rooms ; with cellar under the whole,
kitchen and accommodations for twenty servants,
and all necessary farm buildings, and an orchard of
excellent fruit trees. This property is situated in a
safe locality, convenient to college and churches,
and surrounded by excellent society. Price, StO,
--000. GRUBES & WILLIAMS, Auctioneer*.
jail—3t
NEOIIOES FOR HIRE AUT> SAT.TV
FOR HIRE, «a GIRL, well disposed,
honot, and a good house Ben-ant; having
had some experience in cooking, washing and iron
ing. Apnly to . GEORGE WATT A CO.,
ja 17—tt* Franklin street.
EGROES FOR HIRE.—W* have the;
following NEGROES for' hire: Chamber
maids, House Girls, Nurses, Cooks, Gardeners and
, small Boys.
As wcjkive determined-to close our hiring in a
few days, all persons desiring servants of the above
description are requested to give us a call, as we in
tend hiring them out regardless of prices.
CLOFTON & LYNE,
corner of Fraiiklin and Fifteenth streets.
ja 16—2t .
TJOR HIRE.—BOYS AND GIRLS, ac-
I * customed to farm and house work. Al<so, two
SIIOEMAKERS. Apply at
ja 14—3t E. A S. WORTHAM A- COS.
LATE FROM BALTIMORE—SELL
ING OIF VERY FAST, AT BELVIN*S
BLOCK SHOE STORE, OVER ONE HUNDRED
THOUSAND DOLLARS WORTH OF GOODS,
lately received, as follows '.;
AQp pairs of Ladies' Fine Balmoral Walking
Shoos,
100 pairs Congress Lasting Gaiters, a very nice
article;
200 pairs Morocco Bootcos, large sices, suitable
for servants j <
200 pairs Bootees, of French calfskin, city
made, all sizes;
500 pairs Missis' and Children Shoes, various
kinds and qualities;
19* I pairs Babies' little Beautiea soma ankle-'
ties;
200 pairs Boys* Shoes, very excellent, and now
very scarce goods;
30 pairs Boy*' Boots, a No. I boot for set-rice;
200 pairs Gentlemen's Congress Gaiteiki, French
and other kinds;
50 pairs Cavalry Boots, and other kinds-oft
hand, Urfesues;
100 pairs Servants' Brogans and Amaßhoea,
W Linen and Calico Shirts, **"*
Merino Undershirts,
100 Hoopaklrta, beauties, bell shape, latest
stjle;
RH> French Corsets, stitched, with ahaleboce m
them;
10,0(10 Shoe Eyelets
w Children's Uu,U-Fetcha Long Comb,,
1,000 boxes ef Mason's Genuine Blacking *
lOOgroks of Pearl Shirt Buttons, * *
!«► gross of Silk and otl»«. Sh^
Laces; '■-.•" •-, .
100 French Calfskins, tor retail j \*'i; '" ;
* Ladies*
Satitetr , "V ■.
- ______l__M»_rw
-*''">'• OB waCuu* '
~ ■*. it »ay>/ —
otAauKi, I
IVrEltfiST AND F*_- FRO*
tlw fourteenth aeefafca 4the act tomdmeeihe ear;
dcates, payable two fear* after the ratification «_.
treatyofwaoeadlh&a»Unit«4 States. They «££
not be soaThnt aid only to ha bunted to ««h credt
Urn of the Govarnniant aa ara willing-to receive tfc,
same in payment of their demands. They most _1_
begivcn at par, though free rrota taxation.
The attention of purchasing agents and disbars,
ing off c-jrs ofthe Gwremment is called to this rh_
7t public securities as attain* peculiar advantaas
. to those from whom the supplies of the
are bought: and to facilitate the use of them, chetb
drawn by disbursing officers upon the depositari*
holding these funds, and marked across the fo«,
"payable in certificates ef indebtedness/ willU
paid ill conformity therewith.
Depositaries are hereby authorized and require
to comply with this regulation, and to make appij.
cation to the Register for auppliee of rer!ifirat»a „
required. [Signed] G. A. TRENHOLM,
j i B—ts Secretary of Treasury.
TBKAiHJ«T DirAr.TMK.MT, i
Co»*-dmate States or Awr.sicA, J
Richmond, Va, August 26,1864. J
SEGULATIONS FOR CAKRYING
, INTO EFFECT. THE ACT OP CONORMi
ROVED JUNE 13, 1864, AUTHORIZIim
OWNERS OF REGISTERED EIGHT FEB CENT
BONDS, ISSUED UNDER THE PROVISIONS OP
THE ACT APPROVED MAY 16, 1881, TO EX.
CHANGE THE SAME FOR COUPON BONDS.-
Partiea owning registered eight per cent, bcadi
under the act of May 16,1*61, desiring to exchange
them for coupon bonds, will assign them, in tin
manner pointed out in the printed endorsement ~_
the buck of the certificate,, to the "Confederate
States of Amn-ica, in exchange for coupon bonds,"
and cause them to be presented to tho Bestir of
the. Treasury Department, who will thereupon, ia
compliance with the provisions of the act of Jan*.
13, 1V&1, issue coupon bends for the amount specified
in tue registered bonds so assigned.
G. A. TRKNHOLM,
j i 2—ts Secretary of the
Trkasuk? BsaFaaavtwr, \
CosrawtßAiK Stater .or America, J
Richmond, October 12, 1H64. J
J JON-TAXABLE BONDS, FIVE
> HUNDRED-MILLION LOAN.-SALE (Off.
SUED. —Numerous applications having beta
made for bonds at the established price cf one hun
dred and thirty-fire dollars and interest, under cir
cumstances th.it entitle them to favorable considtv
ation, it has been determined to continue the rale
it the above price until further notice.
Agent;* for Uie sale of these Bonds are instructed
to act in accordance with thia order; and tho atUo*
tion of disbursing officers of the Government is »ar-
Sicularly calfed to it. G. A. TREN liOL-V,
■ ja2-_U Secretary of the Treasury. •
Tb-asvk? Dep.\bt«_>t, b*
ConriUKBATs Ofcgxas or America. I
f OANS ON THE SECURITY OF THE
jj FIVE HUNDRED MILLION SJX PrTR
QkST. NON-TAXABLE BONDS, UNDKR TUT?
SEVENTH SECTION OF THE CURRENCY
LAW.—Deposits on call mill be received by tha
Treasurer in this city u Assistant Treasurers si
Charleston and Mobile,'ftnd the Depositaries tt
Wilmington, Raleigh, Columbia, Augusts, f> traa
aah and Montgomery, and ceiiificatc* vrill be issued
for the $ame, bt-rinyr interest at the rate of four pa
- jent. per annum, and secured by the hypothecatios
of an amount of the above bonds equal to the sun
of these loans. The bonds to be set ap.irt by ths
Treasurer, and the proceeds, when sold, applied ex
-urively to the payment of the said certificates.
The security and convenience afforded to br_n
md other corporations, and to the public generally,
by this mode of temporary investment, and the r*
feet of the measure, if generally adopted,- in ketp ,
ing the currency within moderate bounds, it is hope '
trill commend it to the favorable consideration cf tii
community and secure their prompt co-oi-craticm i
carrying it into effect. O. A. TRENHOLM,
jit &—ts Secretary of the Trea arr.
TEEASVRT DrrAR-TKLNT, 1
CONFEDK-ATE BTATKB OP A*-3UCA, !
Richmond, July 2S, IS»H. /
TA-CED TREASURY N6TEB.—In or {
der to promote, as far as practicable, the e-dt
liquidation by the Treasury of the OUTSTANDING
TAXED NOTES, the Treasurer, Assistant Treaso
rer, end Pay Depositaries in the different States, an
hereby authorized to receive the said notes, except
the g 100 notes, at 66| per centum, on deposit, issu
ing lor same certificates of loan, upon hypotheca
tion of non-taxable bonds. The said eertuicstepti
be payable on demand after the expiration of ninety
days.
And all agents for tha sale of the above bonds m
hereby authorised to receive the taxed notes, with
the exception above named, in payment of bon_%
when sold, at the rata of 661 per centum.
G. A. TRENHOLM,
ji2—t* Secretary of the Treasury.
TaxAfcruY D-past-mest, )
Coxnn>E*ATr. Btaiks or America, J
Richmond, December 1, 1861. /
SEVEN-T HIRTY Ti*E A S U 11 f*
NOTES.—In pursuance of an act of Cvnrrest,
approved November 2H, 19*4, entitled "An set ts
authorize the Secretary of fie Treasury to eschars*
coupon bonds for seven-thirty trcann vnoteV hoM*
jsrs of such notes are hereby notified that after tbe
payment of the anrrual interest due thereon on Qi»
first day of January, 1866, upon presentation ti the
same, the Treasurer, Assistant Trenstircr* utid P«y
Depositurits (as designated at foot} will i»«ue < era*
ficates therefor, whiih wiU enCtfc the holders»
coupon bonds payable thirty yean after the iirstes,
of January, V&s, beaiing ax per «ent.interest Iron
the said first of January, 1884, payable on the fir*
day Bof January and July in «a_h year. Their*
surer, Asr-istant Trcafuren ard DeptMsife*ries oH
make weekly reports to the Register of the Treasury
of such certificates, issued at theirofliccs, vhenr-pw
bonds wiU b* sent forward in satisfaction of ssaie.-
The notes will be cancelled in theunuul m-uner-fti
forwarded to the First Auditor.
; O. A. 'TRKNHOT_tf,
_ Secretary of Trta;-i y.
Treasurer at Richmond, Vireirna-
Aasictant Tre&Miieia at Charle„en snd Mobile.
DeiHjsiUrics at Raleigh suad. Wihninutoa, AorlbCs
rolina,
Depositaries at Charleston and Columbia, Scuta Ca
rolina, ■
Depositaries at Strnmnah and Auj»n4i», G<~?ai*.
Depositaries at Tallahassee, .Florida, and iiwit 9 '»»
mery, Alabama.
DepoMtaries at CoUunhus, Misda-ipii, and
and -larshafl, Tcx*s. Ja 9~ts \
nnHB RICH_IO?rDEK\*ANZErOKB,
X printed ia Ofnnan, otters goat adrantsgw m j
an advertising -heeV being the utdy Utiiaanß"**
paper now pubbUtheA inthe Conf. trj-Trmf '
-_ it does, « largo among ikimaa utt*
aena and reeidtoits, w
It is the intention of the present alitor and jro- .
prtetor to enUrgo the sheet to. that i; may, ia tW
respeut, compare wfth th« )argc#f 0?;w.«r. pej<»
published in Am rica; and» khio«i?h Us -?taa._
maeas« its> circulation iv the SMUlbern iiu» *; «*
ha earnestly elicits tint p&tro»**ot thcpubbv»
Wbalf of his entarprise.
Advtrtirx'xuenta wiU be interred either ia Uti*
umn or English.
PubUshea at Richmond, Virginia, <l«uly *a»
weealy.'
o«ce en Broad street* between Tenth and hV
o. A. VALLACB.
dolt-rta ,. m -.
o(Bca> of tbc 3IAK
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B -* llott ** *»««rTly oeenpkd by TIARVhT,
2LSST» whrruth*p«e*nt aionLJOHX l>. HAS*
wttt Wfound. AW a.*** ad«n.s-*d «« ta*
or te the wuforsiftted. a ill b j pi vwpU: *«•
laige quantiU. . *»»»•
A P. JrJ.tr; MAfcVg^
iwrinerakln i«wtsi-;
VVho *«* of Th«J
***•**• indebted to th* Snn la -jahef^went^Jj;

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