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TUESDAY MORNING
BKBBPLAN OF TBEIpMING
CAMPAIGN. I
» New York Netcs has an article
ihe coming*-rodoed, already com
menced fS-rrV n,s interesting as'
fovaehadowing the expectations which
the North eipects to be realized within
the next few months. The takes it
Sot granted th* 4 Jfthnaton is retreating be
fore Sherman because of insufficient num
bers to meet him in the field, ft says:
Afteg the evacuation of Goldsboro',
Johnston retreated upon Raleigh, forty
ouht miles distant, and thence, wa as
sume, upon HiUsboro', forty miles more.
-Greensboro', the junction of the new
•road leading south from Danville; is
forty-two miles from HiUsboro' and fifty
lour miles from Danville. If Johnston
is retreating upon this line, it is for the
purpose of reaching Danville, where he
may possibly be expecting to receive
aid from Lee at Richmond, one hundred
and forty miles distant
From Raleigh, the Gaston railroad
runs northeast a distance of eighty-five
miles. At Ridgeway, fifty-four miles
from Raleigh, it intersects the Roanoke
Valley road, which sweeps in a curve
from Bicksford junction, on the Peters
burg and Weldon road, westward to
Clarkesville, a distance of twenty-two,
miles. This point is on the south bank
of the Roanoke, near thej unction of the
Dan and Staunton rivers, and but a short
distance from Boston, on tbe Richmond
and Danville road, thirty-one miles
above Danville. In order to cut John
ston off, or reach the vicinity of-the
Danville road as soon as he does, Gene
ral Sherman has to move from Raleigh
to Clarkesville, when he will be twenty
two miles from Hicksford junction, the'
nearest point of railroad communication
with General Grant's left wing. The
distance from Stony Creek station, on
the Petersburg and Weldon road, which
is within General Grant's lines, to Hicks
ford junction, is only twenty-one miles,
so that Sherman's riglit and Grant's left
would only be forty-three miles, by rail,
apart
- There are numerous" indications that
the grand battle-field will be, or has j
bean, found on the line of the Roanoke
river, near the junction of the Dan and
Staunton, or further west, on the line of
ihe Dan, between Clarkesville and Bos
ton, on the Danville road. By taking
the line of tbe Dan on which to give bat
tle, Lee would have Sherman on the
south bank, while Great's army would
have a long distance to march overland
in order to come up in Lee's rear, or a
long detour, should he seek to join Sher
man's right, and even then would find
himself on the south bank of the river;
for there are no railroads on the north
bank of either the Roanoke or Dan. So
far ss communications are concerned,
Sherman would have the best position,
for ho has the lines over. which he has
just traveled, and which could be kept
open. Johnston or Lee, on the con
trary, #ould find it difficult to
keep their lines open unless the
whom route to Richmond was guarded,
Which would not be very probable.—
Taking the situation of the country
in this vicinity, and the object to be ac
complished by Lee—the possible defeat
sA Sherman before he can be succored
by Grant—into consideration, it is rea
sonable to suppose that either the line of
the. Roanoke, near Clarkesville, or the
line oi the Dan, to Or* wwetward of it,
will be ths scene of battle. If General J
Sherman pushes forward on the route
above indicated, with a view to flank or
intercept Johnston ere he can reach
Danville or above, he may precipitate an
engagement should Johnston reach the
line of tha Dan before him. In this case,
we have no fears for the result, for Sher
man's army is too strong to fail before
such a force as Johnston has under his
immediate command. Any delay on the
part of Sherman now will result to tbe
advantage of Johnston, and enable him
to take up a strong position, from which,
when reteforced by Lee, it will be diffi
cult to dislodge him.
His, doubtless, the intention of Lee
to secure possession of the Richmond
and Danville road ss long as possible,
both from Danville to Burksville and
from Richmond to this point Indeed,
If he Would -wave his army by withdraw
lagjt into tha interior of Virginia, west
e**np*aYtoftw^to
ssrve intact tha road from RJohmond to
BoHurrflle, and thence to Lynebburg.*—
____***> .°r i-etw-Hfog erowly, -and
__**_&*** oe aa to impede Sherman's
Pfograss ewer tho Dan and Staunton
rl9m% mm materially aid Us chief in
tnemta-ftion. The entire route is now!
•valaaj-amtoLee. Ho Oannot obtain from
eery tsatw aanih of Virginia una pound of
**j mtsfsr of valuable ayassrisl to
sbbv-1 earn. seVMsfwHw-w e*rvPeMlftwe*_t mLw wWsVsaV"*
a lasfth of tin*
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March 28
Colonel Albert Sydney Johnston; since
Commander-in-Chief of the Confederate
Annies, and killed at Shiloh.
lieutenant Colonel Robert E. Lee;
now Generalissimo of the Confederate
Forces. N
First Major W. J. Hardee; now Lieu
tenant-General in the Confederate Army.
Second JMajor G. H. Thomas; now
Major« General United Suites Army.
Company _4.—Captain Earl Van Dorn;
since Lieutenant-General Confederate
States Army; killed in a duel
First Lieutenant John Cross.
Second Lieutenant E. Parker Porter;
Asflißtant Commissary-General and Colo
nel United States Army.
Company B. —Captain E. Kirby Smith;
now Lieutenant-General Confederate
States Army.
First Lieutenant W. H. Jennifer (Con
federatetaanvantor of the "Jennifer sad
dle" IT'
Second Lieutenant Fitz Hugh Lee;
now- Lieutenant-General Confederate
States Army. •«'*
Company </.—-CaptainJames OHees;
now LieutenantvQplonel Fourth United
States Cavalry.
First Lieutenant William B. Royal;
now Major Fifth United States Cavalry.
Second Lieutenant James Wetherell;
drowned. *** ' ,
Company D. —Captain Innis M. Pal
mer; now Brigadier-General - United
States Volunteers.
First Lieutenant William B. Cham
bliss; now Major of the Second United
States Cavalry. ~
Second Lieutenant Cornelius Van
Camp; killed by Oamanche Indians at
Wachita Mountain, Indian Territory.
Company _£—-Captain George Stone
man ; now Major-General United States
Volunteers.
First Lieutenant Robert N. Eagle, of
44 Eagle Stirrup " fame; resigned.
Second Lieutenant Joseph R. Minturn;
now Quartermaster-General of ihe Con
federate States Army.
■ Company F. —Captain Richard W.
Johnson; now Brigadier-General United
States Army.
First Lieutenant Theodore O'Hara;
resigned.
Second Lieutenant William Pfeiffer
(Confedi rate); killed early in the war.
Company G. —Captain Albert G.
Brackett.; now Brigadier-General United
States Volunteers and Major of Second
United States Cavalry.
First Lieutenant Manning M. Kimmel;
Second Lieutenant John B. Hood;
now Brigadier-General of the Confede
rate States Army.
Company IL— Captain Nathan G.
Evans; now Brigadier-General Confede
rate States Army; killed.
First Lieuten tnt Joseph R. McArthur;
| retired with rank of Major.
Second Lieutenant J. R. Wheeler;
now Captain United States Engineers.
Company I. — Captain William R
1 Bradfute (Confederate); died.
First Lieutenant Charles W. Field;
now Major-General Confederate States ■
Second Lieutenant John Schaff; Con
federate States Army; killed
Company X. —Captain Charles J.
Whiting; since Major Second United
States cavalry; dismissed.
First Lieutenant Charles Radziminski;
died in Memphis, Tennessee.
Second Lieutenant William W. Lowe;
now Brigadier-General United States
Volunteers.
Adjutant Kenner Garrard; now Bre
kssaS Brigadier-General United States Vo
lunteers and Major Fourth United States
Cavalry.-
Major-General Emory is now Colonel
of the regiment
-
44 Copperhead " Life in Ohio.—The
Cleveland Leader tells a story of a hor
rible affair which occurred last week in
Stow township, Ohio. A wealthy " Cop
perhead" farmer, named William Gra
ham, had promised to give one hundred
dollars to the draft fund, in order to fill
the quota of the town, but afterwards
refused to pay. Tbe young men of the
district determined to hold him to his i
promise, and it was resolved that a com- ]
Siny of twenty of thorn should call on
m. They accordingly mounted, and
were riding over to his farm, when, at
some distance from it, they wore sud
denly ordered to halt by Graham, who
heard of their intentions, and had armed
himself with two revolvers and adouble
barelled gun, and planted himself in a
covert near Stow Corners. The caval
cade halted, when Graham fired and
brought down one of themen with a shot
in tho loft side. He immediately shot
another through the head, killing him
instantly. Tho young man, as they were
dsf-mealsso, st*attßfid and dashed away.
Giaham approached the man first shat,
who was still Kving; and «spaeohed him
wf*tha-*hotin*tiwfoi*ei)ead. A-srsr-rcoo
was summoned by tho young men, bat
Orsham ftoofl iwer the oofpaasaui would
net allow hhn to come near, threatening
mk{Q«_ftm IT be made terete. Hi
deoJarod he wanld -give bhasnlfup to the
eruateee of *ha town if thwywenW easts
with a iag of trace sad pawege ssm pro-<
wsstfam Pfaswotry tha sheriff of the
oeranty, with a poss*\ arrivoaftom Akron,
hat en tßw*w* w Chf*w*am-ran, and <
eras otrrtrsilor trwosrviaa* a shot
mmw ~m^^pjm , mssm~m~m mmm—_w mmmemssm w ssssnm— *jp **fS*aw***********r'
»„ il, Sli ■■ plit B __»_.!*-' m? -
a-w*as tsmnj an*a, wnsen oosswiesary 4ue*-
A flock
Tbb «-*»
3odetjt of
of something or other aH Ofwr the NcWtav
and passing-resolutions. At one of
these mass meetings, hold in Philadel
phia last week, tho following resolutions,
explanatory of their '* sentiments,"
were adopted: »
"Resohed, That we call on our coun
trymen, of every class snd creed, wher
ever they may be scattered, to pause
amidst the busy scenes of life aad con
sider the cruel and grinding oppression
of England, that has tor its tendency the
total destruction of the Irish race, while
her laws bear the impress of cowardice
in prohibiting the use of arjhs among
the people lest justice should have her
own—anna and organization alone being
the only remedy to rescue the national
life from this awful and impending dan
ger.
"Resolved, That, in the name of Ire
land, and for her holy cause, we, on this
stored festival, forgive from our hearts
all the slanders that have been cast upon
us by*ill-timed baste or mistaken zeal,
whether religiously, politically or per
sonally; w%have no enemies but the
enemies of Irish" liberty. We cheerfull v
accord to all men the right to differ with
us in opinion, but in doing so we intend
to maintain our own.
"Resolvedy That we pledge ourselves
to sustain the laws enacted, and resolu
tions-, passed by the late Irish Congress
assembled in Cincinnati, representing, as
it did, the 'interests, feelings and na
tional sentiments of the Irish people, and
proven, by its numbers, energy, patriotic
devotion and legislative ability, fully
competent to shape the destinies of the
Irish nation if the people are true to
themselves.
44 Fesohetl, That we remember with
love and gratitude the protection we have
received beneath the American flag, that
shielded us from the grasp of the op
pressor ; while doing so, we cannot for
get that we have contributed, by our
energy Snd industry, to the material
wealth of the nation; while, on every
battle-field of America, Irish bravery
has added to tie glory of the American
ESnow in Washington.—The
i correspondents give a good deal
c to the show in Washington.—
Of the negroes in the inaugural proces
sion, the Commercials letter says :
44 One would have thought that if the
African race was to be, for the first time,
injected into an inauguration procession,
care would have been taken to have it
creditably represented. It would not
have been a difficult task to have brought
here some'of the well-drilled and mar
tial regiments iT Afrique, within twenty
four hours' steam distance; but, instead,
we had two companies, composed appa
rently of recruits, who carried their
muskets miscellaneously 'at will,' and
plodded through the mud, regardless of
time or step, as if on their way to a
corn-field, with their hoes on their
shoulders, provoking the ridiculous com
ments from Hibernian spectators on
* thim naygurs.'"
Youthful Self-Mukderer. — Josiah
Watson, a lad about twelve years old,
whose family reside in Bordentown, New
Jersey, was recently put out to service on
a (arm not far from that city with a gen
tleman by the name of Woodward. On
two occasions the boy had gone home to
his mother without permission, and Mr.
Woodward had taken him back. On
last Friday, he asked to go home again,
and consent being refused, he told his
employer that "if he didn't let him go
home be would hang himself!" No at
tention was paid to his threat, but soon
after, on going to 'the barn, Mr. Wood
ward found the boy hanging to one of
the beams by the neck, and dead.
Killed by a Dog.—The Portsmouth
(New Hampshire) Chronicle says that, a
few days since, a large bull-dog, confined
in a house at the north part of that city,
seized an infant child lying in* a cradle
and tore away one side of its face; and
before the brute could be secured, he
grasped the child by the throat, and
shook it until life was extinct
Tallow, as well as oil, it appears, can
be obtained from die tywels of tha
earth—a spring producing thst article,
or something like it on its surface, having
been found near Hartford, Connecticut
The product is known under the name of
maltha, or sea weed, aad is supposed to
have teen tbe bitumen candldum of
Pttnj. V
Thb Pope's Encyclical in Spain.—
The Spanish Official Qautte of theftth
publishes tha EaeycMcal and syllabus,
peoeded by a declaration which rsaerves
the righU of the Crown in ecclesiastic
fnatters,and premises to maintain the
Wraet-f of the press in the discussion of
those nocuaianls
nolitaa Theatrical Oompsny at Buftnlo,
died, on wish- *Vm% -_*ea*t sajwie taaerf ad
mm fi^
m_s_ a**__Bt_i est* (-bbb —-—--i — " *-v
*|B l***_*oi_Bßtß_BV_*_Bß_t _Bw__
steamer are jeajfn or vie
*ath of Charles AofuaUjWa Joae**?
m MorAy, Duke of Oka Effil «f ***wcf||
■kl-reported half bt-o*he*% the Empe-*
Br. on Friday, the ld| of March, at
Krtia. TheDokewaahaimon tit 28*
of October, 1811, and was, consequently.
In -his fifty-fourth year. He has been
regarded aa thatlleerthnate son of Queeo
Hortense and the Count de Flahaut—
He was adopted by the Count de Horny,
of the Isle of France, who received 800,
--000 francs for thus extending his pa
tronsgeand name. He was educated
under the supervision of his supposed
grandmother, E. Mme. de Flahaut; his
profidcncv is study was most ramarka
hie, and hia elegance of manner much
noticed during bis early life in society.
He attended one of tho military acade
mies of Paris, and left it in 1832, after
two years' study ss a**sub-lieutenant—
Ho was stationed for some time at
Footsjnebleau, and served with soma
distinction in Algeria, where he
was wounded. He was awarded the
order of tho Legion of Honor for saving
the life of General FrezeL . Queen Hor
tense, on her death, ia 1837, bequeathed
him 40,000 francs, snd from that time
he has been noted as a most suc
cessful speculator and financier. He
made his first appearance as a specula
tor in the manufacture of beet-root sugar,
and has since been connected with most
French speculations. Previous to 1848,
he was for eight years a member of the
Chamber of Deputies, and in 1849. was
elected to the Legislative Assembly.—
The advent of Louis Napoleon brought
him prominently before the public, and
in the consummation 5f the coup d'etat
of December, 1851, he was the. right
hand man of his.half-brother. He held
the office of Minister of the Interior
until 1852, and was subsequently chosen
a member of the Corps de Legislattf,
over which body he has presided since
1854. The peculiar amenities of his
manners, and the grace of his presence
'and conversation, won for him friends
everywhere. Sir Robert Peel said of
him: uHeis a spick, span man, of con
siderable a plomb, and one of the-great
esfc speculators in the world."
MARRIED,
At Greensboro', North Carolina, on the 24 th in
ataut. Mr. JOHN A. TURNER, of* Henrico'county,
to Miss LEW. LEWELLEN, oi Richmond, Yir
giftia.
Baltimore and Cincinnati paper., please copy. •
• DIED,
In this city, on tho 26th iiistau., EOZAIiETH
WILLIAMS, in the thirty-second year of her age.
'.'ho friends and acquaintan■••cs of the family are
invited to attend the funeral TO-DAY (thi: 28th)
at 11 o'clock, from her la to residence, on Sixth street,
below Canal street. *
In this city, at the Naval Hospital, March 23d, of
typhoid fever, Midshipman HER-IAN C. SIIKW
MAICK, of Burke, county, Georgia. He was a
■tudent on boara the Confederate States school
ship Tatrick Henry.
tieorgia paper* please copy.
On the morning of the 27th instant, Mr. RICH
ARD CRAWFORD, of Baltimore, Maryland, but
for the last thirty-eight years a resident of thi*
city, aged sixty-three year*.
Has funeral will take place from his late resi
dence, on Second atieet, between Clay and Leigh,
at 4 o'clock TO-DAY. His friends and acquaintances
are requested to attend.
Baltimore, Washington and Augusta (Georgia)
papers are requested to copy. *
Fvnkbal Notre.—The funeral of Miss MARY
F. BRAXTON will take place at the First Baptist
Church THIS AFfERNOON nt 3* o'clock. Rela
tives and -friends are invited to attend. *
A BOOK FOR THE TIMES.
FOE BALB AT ALL TOE BOOaSTOBKS,
OBSERVATIONS IN THE NORTH.
BY EOWABD A. POLL ASP.
[From the BiehmoM Whig.]
••Thi*book is written with the graphic art and
' vigor of e*«pnssion that characterise Mr. Pollard
as a writer. Iv chief value is, that it embodi c
the views of an intelligent observer, near at hand,
of the feeling, expectations and purposes of tbe
enemy."
[ From the Richmond Dispatch ]
"The book is entertaining, and will be largely
! sought after. The vicissitude* and uncertainty of a
in an enemy's country, are graphically
[From the Petersburg Express.]
*• It is written in aa easy, graceful style. Every
pan of it is full of iitcre*t. Tbe author's sketches
of his sojourn in tha North, and his long imprison
ment in Fort Warren, are very s-rapbtc. The chap
ter in which tho rimimataneesof fans visit to Oeneral
Butler are related, is one of the most attractive in
the volume. We take pleasure in
this little volume to public favor."
Paitr.: TEN DOLLARS. Will be sent to any
part of the country (post paid) on the receipt of this
amount, inclosed to tha publisher by mail or by ex
press. A liberal discount will be made to the trade.
AU orders inrist be addressed to «
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finest in the city;
SCALES,
SMOKING TOBACCO, ftc.
Ladies invited to attend.
f__T Special Notice.—We ask attec
tion to our auction sale of
GLASSWARE,
CUINAWARE,
FRENCH ORNAMENTS, kc,
THIS MORNING, commencing at 10 o'clock.
WILL BE ADDED:
200 pair* Wo. 10 COTTON CARDS,
1 SOLID SILVER TEA SET, superb quality;
34 do. do. n CUPS,
2 dosen SILVER KNIVES.
The sale of the DRY GOODS and GROCERIES
will commence at. ltk_ o'clock.
BLLETT, BELL ft FOX,
mh 28—lt Auctioneers'.
I WOULB CALL SPECIAL ATTEN- I
tion to my sale THIS MORNING, at corner Boa*
and Fourteenth streets, at Mr. JR. O. Farley's resi
dence, to commence at 10 o'clock promptly. Som*
elegant CHAMBER FURNITURE ha* been added.
Aho, five pair English BED BLANKETS, which
-run the blockade.
Masonic Notice.—The members I
of St. John's Lodge, No. 36, are summoned to at
tend a called meeting of their Lodge, in the Hall,
on Marshall, between Sixth and Seventh streets, on
THIS (Tuesday) AFfERNOONat 2 o'clock, for the'
purpose of paying the last tribute of inspect to our
deceased brother, Samiel J. Sntoi.u.
Members of sister lodges, and transient brethren
in good standing, arc fraternally invited to unite
with us.
By order of the Worshipful Master.
mtv2B—lt* GEO. S. FORD, Secretary.
Richmond Encampment, No. 2. |
Obdkk No. 10. —Sir Knights: You ar* hereby
summoned to attend a stated meeting of Richmond
Encampment, No. 2, of Knights Templar*, at the
Masonic Hall, in the city of Richmond, on TUES
DAY EVENING, the 2«th instant* at 0 o'clock.
All transient Sir Knights in the ci'y are invited
to attend.
By order of the M. E. Grand Commander.
WILLIAM L. MAULE, C. G.
Attest: Jamks E. Id muck, Recorder.
Richmond, March 27, K. T. 745, A. D. 18C3..
mh 27— 2t
Twenty thousand seven-thirty
INTKBKST NOTES YOU EI'iUT 1 i tt IKNT. BONDS, U'KIN
lrs6«.—Any person desiring to make the exchange
proposed above, will pleas-- address the undersigned,
giving the term* upon which they are willing to ex
change. CHARLES MORLK**-",
mh 23—5t* Richmond, Virginia.
Hustings Court. — We are au
thorised to announce W. A. WRIGHT as a CAN
DIDATE for MAGISTRATE for Madison Ward.
AMUSEMENTS.
|> IOHMOND THEATRE,
_LV Corner of Seventh and Broad streets.
TUESDAY EVENING, Mabch 23, 18Cj.
FIRST NIGHT
of the new dramatisation of Mr*. Braddon's
... novel of
AURORA FLOYD.
BALLADS Miss INEZ FLOYD.
Conclude with the Local Burletta of the
YOUNG ACTRESS.
In -rehearsal, an English translation of the
I Opera of
FRA DIAVOLO. |
BUDD & BUCKLEY'S *
MINSTRELS AND BRASS BAND,
received nightly with shout* of applause by the
immense audience that flock to their
OPERA HOUSE,
Franklin .street, next to Exchange Hotel, to witness
their
PARLOR ENTERTAINMENTS.
On account of a great many who could not obtain
seats in the Hall on Saturday night, the Manager*,
to i omply with' the wishes of many, will repeat j
their celebrated burlesque on the times, entitled
RECRUITING- UNBLEACHED CITIZENS OF
VIRGINIA FOR THE CONFEDERATE -
which was, received Saturday night with shouts of
HARRY BUDD and BILLY LEWIS
in their Side-splitting Jokes, ftc. j
the best delineator South, appear?! nightly, supported
by the best Minstrel Bana now organised.
Anmsßion-: Parauotte, 88; Gallery, $2; Private
Boxes. 820 per night.
Highest price paid for old and new- CORK at the
H«il. mh 28—It*
'tutetropolixan hall.
Tuesday evening, mabch 28, i*u..
BENEFIT OF A MEMPHIS REFUGEE,
Mrs. W. D GREENLAW, a widow, with Aye small
children, who is in destitute cixxumsfancoa, having
lost her husband in the defence of his country. She
wi*h-Mh*rca«oh-dd rdainly b«dbre th* public: She
i* entirely without mean*, and wishes to raise mo
ney to enable her to return to her friend*, now that
bar only support (her husband) has been taker/
ffrom her. A mowr the talent who have kindly vol
unteered thr-ir swrvices for this one anon m the POST
BAND. James Smith; JIM WELLS, the Richmond
fovotito: Mmb CARRIE BBMTLSY. thTnmmY
phshed Danat-uae; Mi-* INEZ FLOVO, the South
ern favorite; the Child Prima Donna; the Tenm
chorean Sutera, besides a host ol others tos/rorame
roiutoawntioa.
AnMimiOK, %b ; servants, $3.
aaaa-i arm ha -reserved from 8 A, M. to J o'clock
?»*• mh-7-3t»
T SONABDS ITCH OINTlIl&HT.
Xj A CERTAWWRJ. FOR
U. aalasraw of th*rrtmfcd*wa«j. *f» ha Isad o
IVRCELUJUW) ft CO.. Main Aa* f
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N(rRAVING.-yABONI(Jnr
Mask PulaHahar*. oarcfsai of Mato and
rownsmiia mamma, aßaaaaoaaL Ylfwiaia.
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awltH BWUrISI •*
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£mS2? CHlL
the k-naooisl .Uarlihea? ft
•ay to the .naioo* fair on*,™™ wTiha V_7
over." But ,f Mr. fchillil shoUd £i
-Th. little bird laughed aid awe* latently
Saying a miss ia,as food asarraUo "
I pBICSONAL.—If JOSHUA KIM
-r**aabsr of tha « RiSaonTm
.v m._,*T*7 u -* w -*"*""* non. concerning him will v
ths*kfu!ly weetved if addrearaidtS
■*"*»**«- -0a 2j_iot«
TVWELLING WITH EIGHT ROOMS
A\J AND LOT OF ONE AND A HALF ACkf-V
ON STREET, IDE R^^-w>o£;
eiaitrToom*; kitchen rith four -rooms; and GAR.
LTTtkN of one and a half acres very rich land. It i*
on Vanabla rdreet, Union Hill, not tar from Elijah
B«*er, Esq., known as the former residence of Adam
MUler. More than Uu price asked mar bo mad*
from the garden. Pri ■ ■«-, only $900 permonth.
-.-,-* ,♦ GdUBBSftWILLIaMS,
-* M - 3t Aactfameer*.
FOR RENT, three desirable FUR
NISHED ROOMS (together), with the u*e of
parlor, kitchen and c< al-hou-e, in a plassant Dart
of the etty, within ten minutes* -watf ofthecap
tol, suitable for ladies and gentleman, or gentk
men, with gas, and w. ter convenient, situated on
the northwest corner of Marshall and Adam*
s T_?*i______ mh 23-if
I?°R WENT, a very desirable FUR
-2 NISHED DWELUNG. on Franklin street
near Eighth; gas and water on the premises. To a
suitable tenant, the rem will be moderate. Anslv
to CHARLES H. RAINS, north wdTofMain be
tween First and Second, after 3 o'clock P. M.
ma 2a— it*
OOMSTO RENT.-A SUITE of com
fortable. FURNISHED ROOMS, for a small
yof three or four grown person*. Parties not
having their own servant* need not apply, nor
without being able to give undoubted city reference
Apply at the second house on Grace street above
First. mh 28—3f
TfOR RENI\ a amaU BRICK TENr%
P MENT, on Third street, between Can-1 and
Byrd, containing four room*. Location desirabli
and immediate possession given. Apply from ** v,
I) A. M. to J. B. WOOD,
mh 28—3t* College street, two door* from Broad
FOR RENT, a FRAMED DWELL
ING, on Clay street, two:square*beyond liroog
avenue, with six rooms, kitchen, etc. Po«**ssi u u
Ice. GRUBBS ft WILLIAMS,
2S—2t Auctioneer*.
)R RENT, TWO FURNISHED
ROOMS, with gas, in one of tbe cottag.a 0
tallard House. References -required.
.B—2t«
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TT'OU RENT, several UNFURNISHEI
-S LOOMS, with gas. Cookingand washing in
cr.idi-d, it'desired, gamma having more than two
servants ancd not apply. References required.
WANTED IX) RKNT, a PIANO. Rent paid iv
advance. Apply ou Grace street, one door east of
Foushee, south Mdo, opposite Baptist Church, far
merly Lcfebvrc':* Academy, or room 11, Post-oih. c
Department. rnh -7—3t»
OU RENT, a HOUSE and LOT, on
Grace, between Eighth and Ninth streets,
containing twelve -.uoius; gas and water in the,
house; a splendid bath-room, arranged for hut h.„■'
cold water, with many other conveniences. TV
locality being as conveni-nt to all parts of th* «**
makes it very desirable and of rare T-hrrntO. far
particulars, call at No. 133 Rioad street, hsOasen
Firth and Sisth. _oh ttr-tt*
OR RENT, a desirable RISSuTencE,. _
at the upper end of Clay street, contaiinn-T
three t-hambei*s, dining-room, paries, kitchen aiiui
out-houses, und a well of execaeut water. Tin
house is nearly new; neatly painted and r-apen-.t
throughout. Attached is un acre of land, with
choice fruit trees. Possession given on the Ist oi
April. For terms, apply to JUAN I'l/XINI,
mh 2J—4t* No. 12H M-in street.
EOR RENT, a neaf FURNISHED
ROOM, comer Siath and Broad streets.
T. W. KEESEE.
ARRIVALS AJD DEPASTURES
OrflCK OK THE Rl( HKOXI) ABB I
v Dah villi; Raiukiad Caajtvasnr, J
Rh n-y_-.Ni>, March 27, 1»«.'». J
On and after tliia date the
i. 1 PASSENGER TRAINS on this road will run
a* follow* until further notice:
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, between Riehmoi-1
and Burkeville connection with the Southside rail*
road, will leave Richmond daily at 7AM. lee
Burkeville. Returning, will leave Burkeville -t I
P. M. for Richmond.
THROUGH MAIL TRAINS will leave Richmond
daily atA* P W for Danville. Returning, leav
DanviUe Kl2 o'clock P. M.
Passengers for Lynchburg or any point on the-
Southside railroad, and for all stations betwet-u.
Richmond and Burkeville, will take' the fA. M.
train. Ticket* will not be sold, or baggage received,
or passengers carried, on the through train for th*
junction, or station* between there and RichmouJ.
mh 2S-6t JAS. H. LKSTBR, TUkM Ageat.
RicuaoNp, Fkbukkic-xsavao axu Potoha* ,
Railboau Comi-uny,
Ricumomk, March 25, 1965. J
IU PORTANT NOTICE.-CIIANOE
OF SCHEDULE.—On and after MONDAY.
27th instant, the PASSENGER TRAIN evrr
thi* road will be run as follow*:
The MORNING TRAIN will leave Richmond at
5.44 A. M ; arrive at South Anna at 7A. M. Re
turning, will arrive in Richmond at 9 A. M.
The EVENING TRAIN wiU leave Richmond **■
3.30 P. M ; arrive at South Anna at 4 tb V. M.
Returning, will arrive in Richmond at 6. b0 F. M.
On SUNDAYS, at 5.13 A. M. only.
SAMUEL RUTH,
mh 27—3_t Suporiaten-eat.
)R CEDAR POINT.—The *\»^ t
MINNIE OOROA4, now lying at tbr toot of
Tenth sUeet, will leave for the shore place on
WEDNESDAY MORMNtt at 9 o'ehak, *U,w*a
at all intermediate poin-a on tha canal, for tbe ay
oommodstion ef mmnmmj*.
Fax* : Fifty cent* pc ■ aula. mh **— 21 •
ECTAWATS.
A CARD.—On V'ednesday, Maiva- Uth.
J\ 1885, the Yankee- seised and carried off Urn*
NEGRO BOYS belong!* g to me, to wit j
GEORGE, nineteen years of age; black, aad *
full grown man In rase.
MONROE, sixteen jmrs old; a dark ginger
bread color. . r
SQUIRE, about fonrieen years oat, and issahai*
darker than Monroe.
having learned from v reliable *o«-*ce that s num
ber of negroe* made their escape from said Y*u
keea while pa-wag through Caroline and King
William couniie*. I write thi* to -request anyeiu
arm at who** home aaid hoys may have taken r--
--fngo to rwsnmiiaifat* the faot to me. by in-vrtiag
aa r*dv*rti**fß-*fat in one of the Bkhrnend papers
aad also by letter, and I will p*y all cos**.
E. kl TOMKIIiS,
AahMnd yost-olL*.
mhV-»i* ■ H*s*>-erc»iurdy, Vir-rmi*
AN AWAY from the anlawribar, oa
. tho 18th of Febmat-y. a NEORO MA*.
rasaa-ad ROBERT. Snat aogrro is ahont forty year.
Had on, wh<she kft.
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