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SfOxVDAt APRIL 6, 1868. FBTER*i*rRO IETTIK. Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch. 1 1ST OF RADICAL DOMINATIONS FOR CITT OFFICES?CONSERVATIVE REPUBLICANS A SMALL MINORITY-CABPKT.BAG MKN FRK FKRRKD TO NATtYR B RN?C*>LONBL BURKK AGAINST CAPTAIN PLATTK FOR CONGRESS? IXCiTFMENT IN THE COTTON MARKET. Petersburg, April 4,1868. Tho Radical party has been in travail for the last two or three days, and the fol lowing nominations for office are the fruit of their labor: For OmmbrrUiin? Benjamin Burch. Bond with security to the amount of $26,000 is re quired hy a city ordinance. Sergeant-Franklin Wood. Bond and secu rity accordion to law not less than $7.1,000, and may be increased to $100,ooo. T'tx Collector?Webli Ldfrero. Bond and se en ray in the sum of $26,000. < Vy Oommissloner of the Revenue?Patrick Mc l.angblin. State Oimmissioner of the Revenue?P. H. Kee nan, with bonds to the amonnt of $6,000. The ].<jrai term of this office does not expire till 1570. and General Schofleld's order does not therefore apply. Street Commissioner? Dittman. Bonds in $2..vx\ ovperinlemlent of Water IT'or/.a?William Gal lafhor. Bonds, $3,000. Keeper of Blaiulford Cemetery?Andrew Gen try. Bondi $1,000. City Ganger? John West. Clrrk of OUi Market?Arxnistead Southall Bonds in $2,000. Clerk of Sao Market?William Clary. Bonds in $2,000. ? J Keeper of Hay Scales?H. Jones. Keeper of rainier Magazine?Peyton Alfriend the present incumbent, who is allowed to re main. Baihfs?R. C. Donnan and John S. Weeks. The first mentioned of these nominees Mr. Burch, is & respectable man, and can doubtless give the requisite security. Though of northern birth he has been living here a nnmber of years, and has acquired a handsome property. The bailiffs are either Dative-born or loDg residents of the city; but all the others on the list are new. comers, beiDg northern adventurers, all out of employment, and for some time past eagerly fishing for office. They are men without property, and it is doubtful whether one-half of them could get credit for five dollars. As to their ability to give the required security, the thing is prepos terous 5 but tbey had laid a trap to accom plish it, which was to get General Scbo field to appoint a majority of negroes in the City Council, who, it was thought, would be easy with them. A list of negro names as long as one's arm could be readily obtain ed, which a packed Council would not re fuse to accept. But this scheme has been nipped in the bud, for General Sehofield has given the Radicals to understand that, he would make no appointments of black men to office. Those immaculate patriots will therefore probably be compelled tore- \ linquish the places in expectancy to others, which will be a sad disappointment after having them, as it were, in their grasp. The character of the majority of the nominations may be readily inferred from the composition of the nominating com mittee. It consists of forty-eight mem bers, five of whom are old citizens, men of character and substance. Eight are new nieD, or northern adventurers, come here since the war; and the remainder all ne groes, with the exception of two officers of the Freedraen's Bureau?namely, Ma jor Stone and Lieutenant Ayres?who are very active in all the meetings of the party, and intensely Radical. BeiDg officers of the army, they exercise a controlling in fluence. It will # thus be seen that the conservative element of the party is ex ceedingly small, and when the name of either one of them was offered to the meet ing, it was voted down almost without a di vision. It may be regarded as morally impossi ble that General Schofield will place in re sponsible positions such men as form the great majority on this list?the whole, in deed, with very few exceptions. But then the number of conservative Republicans is so few that not euough could be found to fill the offices. It is said that nomina tions for the Common Council will be made to-night or Monday night, when the whole batch will be speedily submitted to the commanding General. There is one conspicuous member of the Radicals whoso name has not yet been brought forward for any office?namely, Colonel Burke, who commanded a regi ment of negroes in the Federal army. When your correspondent expressed some surprise at this, he was informed that Mr. Burke bad his eye on a seat in Congress. Outsiders have all along supposed that the accepted individual for that place would be no other than the distinguished Captain Platte; and even himself may be sur prised to learn that such a skilful wire puller as the ex-Colonel is at work to un dermine him. Of all the Radicals, he is said to be by far the most adroit in dealing the political cards; and unless the Cap tain bestirs himself he will be pushed to the wall before he is aware of the danger. The cotton market has been in a state of excitement for several days, with an ad vance of fully two cents since my report of prices on Wednesday last. Choice se lections are to-day worth 28c. The receipts of cotton for this week show some improvement, being 487 bales against 297 last week. Snowdkn. Lire lnsnrttuce?A Ilewarknble Sac* cess. The Holy Scriptures declare, " If any man provido not for his own, especially those of his own house, he hath denied the faith, and is worse than an infidel." This declaration cannot be so contracted in its intent as to be made to apply merely to the provision which one owes to his family while he is with them. The brutes do this much. Manifestly, the man who, being able, neglects to provide for the welfare of his wife and children, after their support shall have been removed, denies the- faith quite as inexcusably as he who turns his back upon his family while he lives. Some good people do not lay up money or look to the future because they consider it distrustful of Providence. But the whole tenor of the Bible establishes the truth that Go'd operates through the instrumen. tality of human agencies, and further, that, mere trust in Providence, without any ef fort, will never accomplish much. The man who utters. the petition, " Give us tliis day our daily bread!" and then sits down with folded arms in idle ness, deserves to starve. In the same man ner the man who, while the opportunity is offered, refuses to make suitable provision for the welfare of his dependent family, deserves a worse punishment than that which will be meted out to the infidels. The only thing, then, to be determined is whether it is in the power of all or most people to "provide for his own.". Men who make large profits and accumulate large fortunes think, they are providing for their own. But let it be remembered that experience teaches that it is tue ex ceitiox when rich men retain their hold on their riches. Every day's paper- brings intelligence of the loss of thousands of dollars. Fortunes are taking to them selves wings as wo write these lines. There is, however, a mode of providing fur one's own which is available men of every station, without the chance of "Uddoii loss. This plan is open to all who can, by economy or otherwise, spare a small PQrtiou of their annual iucomes or earnings. And here let us not forget that there is scarcely a man so poor but that be cau save a penny here and a dollar th8re by denying himself a luxury or a non-essen tial pleasure .now aud then. The mode to which we allude is like assurance. The people of the South are already beginning to ?ek the benoflt. of thU. booefloo.t In ntltutioo. A man. hy paying a moderate aamnnt annually, may secure a very large amount to bla family at his death-even though that event occur immediately. A man may alao, by paying a certain ?um, annually secure a very largo sum, to be paid to himself on his attaining a certain age, or to his family in case of his death before, the attainment of that age. If a purely mutual life insurance company is selected, the person insured becomes a full participant in all the pro fits of the business?and as the re sults of good investments and the com pounding of interest are marvellous to the uninitiated, the insuring of one's life be comes not only a wise and provident mea sure, but a profitable investment. To those who feel an interest in this subject, which is now receiving much attention throughout the aohtbern States, we would particularly recommend the Equitable Life Assurance Society of the United States. This company, wo believe, is now doing more business in the South than any other institution in the world. It divides all its profits among the assured annually. It invests its funds in such a secure manner that even a revolution in the Government could not render it insol vent. It has paid thousands of dollars of losses, and never had a lawsuit. It is liberal in its dealings and sound in its management. The Equitable Is the moat successful company ever organized. Its President is the Son. William C. Alexan der, son of the late venerable Dr. Archi bald Alexander, of Princeton, N. J. Its Directors are almost without exception men of piety and of high business integ rity. Their advertisement, published in another column, gives some idea of the prominent position this company has al ready attained. [Our correspondent gives a further idea by a description of a magnificent business palace wbich the company will soon erect in the city of New York, at the corner of Broadway and Cedar street. The account is too long for publication. It gives the reader the conception of a splendid granite building, which, in architectural beauty and adaptability to the purposes for which it is erected, is hardly surpassed by any building on this continent. It will furnish excellent accommodations for the transac tion of the business of the company ; and other portions will be so rented out as to enable them to enjoy their fine offices free of rent. Mr. J. H. Montague, opposite the Dispatch office, is the agent of the Equitable in this city and vicinity.?Eds.} Wants. WANTED.?A single gentleman de sires permanent BOARD in a qniet private family. A good front room well fur nished is indispensable. Address A. B. <J., Dispaldi olllce. ap 6?lw MRS. WILLIAM T. TRUEMAN, No. f>24 Fifth street, between Clay and Leigh streets, is desirious of obtaining from six to ten pupils in MUSIC ON PIANO. Her terms will be exceedingly low. and her method of instruction of that school that will facilitate her scholars in acquiring a thorough know ledge of the scierce. up 6?3t* WANTED, for a genteel young man, a ROOM with BOARD in a genteel pri vate family, within ten minutes' walk of the uapitol. A small room, unfurnished, will an swer ; for which five dollars per week, with board, will' be regularly paid, in advance if desired. The best references can be furnished. Address box 196, post office. ap 6?It* WANTED, to rent one or two good ROOMS, with use of parlor and kitchen. Good references given. Address ROOMS, at this office. ap t>?2t? WANTED, ONE OR MORE FAMI LIES to occupy ?three rooms, con nected together, on second floor. Terms of board moderate. Apply on Bank street be tween Ninth and Tenth to ap 4?2t Mrs. S. M. MONTAGUE^ WANTED, SUBSCRIBERS to New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore. Wash ington, and Richmond papers at publishers' prices. Also, 1,000 to SOUTHERN OPIN ION ; also, 1,000 to LA CROSSE DEMO CRAT. All will be sent at published rates by J. WALL TURNER, Newsdealer, ap 3 1114 Main street. WANTED, a LAW OFFICE on or near Main street, from Ninth to Fif teenth. Address JAMISCUS, ap 3?3t* Richmond post-office. Rare books wanted.-ran. DOLPH & ENGLISH will pay good prices for VIRGINIA HISTORICAL RE GISTER, STATE HISTORIES, RARE WORKS, and CONFEDERATE PUBLICA TIONS. All kinds of Books and Pamphlets bought." At 1320 Main street will be found a large collection of LAW and MISCELLA NEOUS BOOKS, BANKRUPT and other BLANKS, STATIONERY, &c. BOOKBIND ING in any style, and BLANK BOOKS made to order. mh 24 WANTED, all the SIGNS to PAINT IN RICHMOND. Prices to suit the times. WILLIAM C. BARNES, No. 13 Twelfth street,-between mh 11?lm Frankliu and Main streets. Shipping. For new YORK?old dominion STEAMSHIP COMPANY.? The new and elegant side-wheel^^ftftte steamship ALBEMARLE, Captain Law renck, will leave her wharf at Rocketts on TUESDAY, April 7th, at 2 o'clock P. M. Freight received until 12 o'clock. Fare to New York, $H2. Round trip tickets, $20. Steerage, Insurance effected at lowest rates when ordered. Fbr freight or passageapply to . jJs & c SAMUEL AYRES & CO., corner Main and Eleventh streets, ap 8?2t FOR LIVERPOOL.?The A1 ship "AU GUSTA" is now loading in Nor folk, to which port we have made ar rangements for the transportation of< freight at a low rate. Shippers will apply to mh 81?2w CASK IE & BROTHERS. XTOTICE TO SHIPPERS.?The boats ?1 of the JAMES RIVERfcttb^-trrrrrrrt. AND KANAWHA C A N A LKHBSiSb COMPANY will leave the dock as usual promptly at 12 o'clock M. on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS. Freight and tolls on goods for Lynchburg and beyond collected on delivery, or prepaid, at the option of the shipper. ?Freight received and delivered atn\y office, On the dock. Way Freight will not be delivered till charges are paid. Boats locked and insured, de 11 EDWARD DILLON, Agent. Leather, &c. HARNESS LEATHER?a superior ar ticle? for sale by HULST. &KING, mh 3 Manufacturers. LEATHER FOR SALH AT WHOLE. SALE AND RETAIL AT - REDUCED PRICES. RED SOLE LEATHER', OAK SOLE LEATHER. French, German, and American CALF. SKINS, Upper Leather, Lining Skins, Shoe Findings, itc., for sale as low as can be bought in any similar establishment in this or northern cities. All in want will llnd it to their inte rest to give us a call. O. H. CHALKLEY & CO., Leather Dealers, Thirteenth street, mh 27 between Main arid Cary, JJULST & KING, Mancfacturbkb and Dealers in LEATHER OF ALL KINDS, Fourteenth street, one door above Main, ? near Exchange Hotel, Richmond, Ya. Da 16] Lost, Strayed, and Found* CT ALLIONF OR SALK?I ~have~for O sale a well-bred STALLION of hue size and* form; works well in double and single harness; a first-rate* vaddle horse; thought to bo seven or eight years old. (Jan be seen at JUX'S AMERICAN STABLE, Tenth street between Main and Cary. ap6?It* Lost or mislaid,?a bond for $160, dated December 1, 1807, and execu ted to me at niuety days after date by "WIL LIAM H. WILKINSON, of Powhatan county, has been lost. The public are hereby cautioned against trading for same, as pay ment has been stopped, inhai?lw* M. W. HANCOCK. Auction Sales. THIS DAT.' By W. K. Smith, Auctioneer, . 1484 Main street. I WILL SELL THIS MORNING, AT my store, at 10 o'clock, FURNITURE, _ ^T,r 1 very superior MAHOGANY WARD ROBE, CABINETS, TABLES, CHAIRS, SAFES, SIDEBOARDS. ALSO, ' on consignment 20 No. 1 COTTAGE BED STEADS, made in good style, which will be added to the sale. Parties desirous to contribute to this sale can send their goods up to the hour bf sale. ^np C W. K. SMITH, Auctioneer. By Sampson Jones, Jr., & Co.," Auctioneers and Commission Merchants, 5 Fifteenth street, between Main and Cary. ON MONDAY, April 6th, commenc ing at half-past 10 o'clock A. M., wa will sell at our warehouse, Nos. 4, 6. and 8 Fifteenth street, between Main and Cary, a large and weil-a?sorted stock of * GROCERIES, WINES, LIQ.UORS, &c.; to which we invite the attention of the trade. S. JONES, Jr., &CO., ap 4 Auctioneers. . By Regnault & Co., Auctioneers, Main street between Eighth and Ninth. WE WILL SELL AT OUR STORE ON MONDAY MORNING the 6th instant, commencing at 10 o'clock, JENNY LIND and COTTAGE BED STEADS, - ? WALNUT arvl MAHOGANY CABINETS and B Tilt E A US, ? ? WALNUT, MAHO.GANY, and PINE WARDROBES; MAHOGANY and WALNUT DINING TA HApR and SHUCK MATTRESSES, WASHSTANDS, ? CANE-SEAT and other CHAIRS, SOFAS, TABLES, BLANKETS. COOKING-STOVE and FIXTURES, BRANDY, WINE, , CROCKERY and GLASSWARE-, &c. Consignment. "'moxAv 4Ca, ap 4 Auctioneers. By Lee & Goddin, Auctioneers, No. 111" Main street. Valuable real estate, on BROOK TURNPIKE JUST BEYOND THE CORPORATE LIMITS, FOR SALE AT AUCTION.?At the reqnestof the owner, we will sell on MONDAY, 6th of April, on the premises, commencing at 4 o'clock P. M., those THREE FRAME.TENEMENTS loca ted on the east side of the Brook road and about 100 yards beyond the corporation line, each containing seven rooms, with good kitchens and all necessary out-buildings, with large gardens attached, containing about half-acre each. Connected with one of these tenements is a large SLAUGHTER-HOUSE and the nsnal buildings required for butchering, with about one acre of land. The entire property is in good repair, and rented to prompt tenants at very fair rents. Terms: One-fourth cash ; remainder at six, twelve, and eighteen months for negotiable paper, interest added, and-secured by trust, deeds. Taxes for 1S66 to be paid by the pur chaser or purchasers, ap 1 LEE & GODDIN, Auctioneers. HIGH CONSTABLE'S?SALE.?"Will be sold, on MONDAY, April 6, 1S68, at 10 o'clock A. M., at the coal yard corner Ninth and Cary streets, the following property?to wit: say from 1,600 to 1,700 bushels BITUMINOUS AVE RAGE COAL, to satisfy distress warrants in my hands in favor of S. O. Greenhow vs. National Coal Mining Company, ap 3 A. Iv. CRUMP, H. C. C. R. For Rent. FOR RENT, a neat and pleasant COTTAGE DWELLING (new), Jg* containing live rooms, located on north side of Clay near Henry street. -???* LEE it GODDIN, ap 4?3t No. 1117 Main street. For rent, a house on seventh street between Broad and Marshall, now occupied by Mr. A. Smith, contain ing eight rooms, with all the modern im-* provements. Possession given on the 1st of May. For terms, tippl.v to A. SMITH, on the premises, or . to GEORGE K. CRUTCH FIELDi | ap 4?lw FOR RENT, a desirable BRICK DWELLING, on Twenty-fifth street between Broad and Marshall, with eleven large rooms, and the usual"1 out-houses. There is a fine well of water on the lot. Possession given immediatelj'. Ap ply to ? Mrs. C. V. SCOTT, corner Twenty-fifth and Franklin, ap 4?Jw* For rent, a store and dwell-" ING-HOUSE on Second street be tween Jackson and Duval streets. The house is suitable for a bakery, having an? oven, and is in a good location for that busi ness. JAMES M. TAYLOR & SON, ap 4?3t Auctioneers. For rent, the large and desirable three-story family RESI DENCE (brick), containing ten rooms; kitchen, with gas and water throughout,' and goi<d stable, situated on Cary between First and Second streets, recently in occu pancy of W. C. Thomas, Esq. Apply to ap 4?3t LYNE & BROTHER. a FOR RENT.?Ilaving decided to devote my whole attention to my boxbusii uess, I offer for rent the* LOWER FLOOR of my warehouse corner Eigh teenth aud Gary streets. This is an old stand for lime, hay, &c. Rent moderate to secure a suitable tenant, ap 3-lw R. H. WHITLOCK. F OR RENT, a fine BRICK HOUSE, containing eight rooms and a kitchen, in next door to the Methodist church, on Clay street above First street. The house has recently been put in thorough repair, and will be rented Ibw to a good tenant. None other need apply. MOSES MILLHISER, ap 3?lw 911 Main street. FOR RENT OR LEASE, a very desira ble STOREHOUSE, situated in the county of Amelia, ten milefe from Ame lia Courthouse, on Richmond and Dan-< ville railroad, and known as Eane's Cross Roads. For particulars address Mrs. LUCY J. EANES, Morven post-office, np 1?lw Amelia county, Va. FOR RENT, a very desirable RESI DENCE with water on the lot. To a good tenant the rent will be very mode rate. For further information, apply on* the premises, on Tweniy-liftli street (Union Hill) between O and P streets. mh31?lm* F OR RENT, the THREE-STORY BRICK TENEMENT No. 202, north side of Main street between Se UJL cond and Third. Possession after the' 15th instant. Apply on the premises, or ad dress box 182. ap 1?eod2w FOR RENT, a STORE AND DWELL ING-HOUSE, situated ou Sixth be tween Marshall and Clay, and one on Broad between Sixth and Seventh. Ap- . ply to HIRSH & GUGGENHEIMER/1 nth 31?lw 627 Broad street. JPOR RENT, THE ST. CHARLES HOTEL AND FURNITURE. Possession* given Aphil 1st. This is a rare chance for uuy hotel man, since there is no expense to be paid, and every thing is at hand for the couduct of the house. Apply to ? JOHN H. WILLIAMS, rah 27?lot of Harveys & Williams. FOR RENT, a most desirable STORE, on Main street two doors above the Spotswood Hotel. Extends back seven- ffjW ty-two feet, taking in back building. * Was occupied over two years as .a -hardware store. Has gas, water, vaults, and all con veniences for a millinery, shoe, or any kind of business. Also,aSMALL STOREonEighth street, and several houses, suitable for fami lies or business purposes, on Main street. Ap ply to Mrs. PHILLIPS, mh 20?8w* S07 Grace street. TOBACCO BOXES.?I have a well as sorted stock of seasoned OAK, BUTTON WOOD, aud PINE LUMBER. I am well provided with the most approved machinery and ample shed room, aud cau furnish dry boxes at all limes. CADDIES, TIIKEE-llUAKTER BOXES, HALF-BOXES, and CASES, kept constantly on hand. All work guaranteed to suit or no sale. Boxes carefully put up in shooks for>ship ment. ap 2-lm R. H. WHITLOCK. NOTICE.?All business carried on by E. T. HANCOCK will be do?e as agent tor MARY F. HANUOOK, his wife. Maacu 28, lbdb. ink 31?lw* Auction Sales. "future^dIy. By Cook & Laughton, Auctioneers, corner Franklin and Governor streets. Household furniture, &c.t at AUCTION-.?On TUESDAY the 7th instant, at 10 o'clock, we will sell at our store MAHOGANY and WALNUT BEDSTEADS, MARBLE-TOP CABINETS and WASH MAR^n^TOP WALNUT ETEGRE SIDE BOARD, MARBLE TOP PARLOR TABLES, MAHOGANY SOFAS and PARLOR ' CHAIRS, DAMASK CURTAINS, WINDOW SHADES. CANE and WOOD-SEAT CHAIRS, HAIR and SHUCK MATTRESSES, NEW TIN SAFES, _ STAINED WARDROBES and WASH STANDS, CHINA, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, Sic. ALSO, Fivabarrels APPOMATTOX PIPES, Several cases POWHATAN PIPES. COOK Si LAUGHTON, Rp 0 Auctioneers. By Lee Si Goddin, Auctioneers, No. 1117 Main street. VALUABLE PRIVATE RESIDENCE, ON ??GAMBLE'S" HILL ADJOIN ING PRATT'S COTTAGE, FOR SALE AT AUCTION.?By request of the owner, wno resides In a distant part of the State, we win sell on WEDNESDAY, 8th April, 1S08, on the premises, at 6 o'clock 'ntitptm'a located and pleasant BRlCtt DWELLING located as above, containing eight rooms, witn gas and water, and the usual out-buildings, in good repair, and now yielding $500 per an num rent. . . 0 Terms: One-fourth cash; balance at 4, s, and 12 months, for negotiable notes, interest added,secured by trust deed. Purchaser to pay taxes for 1868. LEE & .GODDIN,. ap 4 . Auctioneers. By Wellington Goddin, Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. ON CHURCH HILL, ON THE EAST LINE OF TWENTY NINTH AlfD WEST LINE OF THIR TIETH STREET BETWEEN FRANKLIN AND MAIN STREETS.?By virtue of a deed of trust execnted to Roscoe B. Heath, now deceased, by James J. Dornin and wife, bear ing date the 15th of March; 1S61, duly recorded in Richmond Hustings Court, I shall, as sub stituted trustee, proceed to sell at public auc tion, on the premises, on TUESDAY the 14th of April, 1S68, at half-past 4 o'clock P. M., if fair, if not, the first fair day thereafter, the valuable real estate conveyed by the said deed, fronting 37 feet on the east side of Twen ty-ninth street, running back#126 feet to.an alley 12 feet wide. Also, another lot fronting 43 feet on the west line of Thirtieth street, running back 126 feet to the said alley, on which first-mentioned lot there stands an un finished brick tenement in front, and in the rear thereof a comfortably - finished brick building, now or formerly occupied by the said Dornin. Also, all the interest of the said Dornin and wife in another lot of land purchased by the said Dornin of Charles Campbell and wife, on which he has made several payments ; the said lot of land front ing on the east side of Twenty-ninth street between Main and Franklin, and fronting on Twenty-ninth street 50 feet, running back 126 feet to said alley. Terms: One-fourth cash ; balance on liberal terms, to be announced at the hotir of sale. * CHARLES U. WILLIAMS, ap 4 Snbstitnted Trustee. ^SSIGNEES' SAL'E OF LARGE AND VALUABLE STOCK OF DRY GOODS AT AUCTION. The subscribers, assignees of Mitteldorfer & Co., in bankruptcy, will sell on TUESDAY the 14th instant, at the store lately occupied by said MITTELDCIRFER i CO., No. 1009 Main street, the entire stock of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS conveyed to them as assignees, and compris ing one of the largest and most valuable stocks ever offered at auction in Virginia. At the same time will be sold the STORE aud OFFICE FURNITURE?Chairs, Desks, Counter Stools, Iron Safe, elegant Show cases, Mirrors, &c. The goods will be sold without limit or reserve, and the sale will be continued from day to day until the entire stock is closed. Particulars and terms in a future advertisement. AND. RUTHERGLEN, HORACE L. KENT, ap 4 ' Assignees. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE JAMES RIVER ESTATE IN CHES TERFIELD COUNTY.?Iu pursuance of a deed of trust made by Edward O. Watkins, of the county of Chesterfield, on the 12th day of January, 1662, and duly recorded in the clerk's office of said county on the same day, the un dersigned, as trustee therein named, will offer for sale, on the premises, at 12 M. on WED NESDAY the 16th day of April, 1S6S, if fair, if not, the next fair day thereafter, that valu able farm called WESTBROOK, situated in the,county of Chesterfield, on the James river, adjoining the lands of John Watkins's estate, William Gill's estate, and the Presque Isle estate, and containing 783 acres. The improvements consist of a framed dwelling house with six rooms, and the necessary out houses. It is unnecessary to give a more detailed description, as persons wishing to purchase will visit the place, which can be readily reached by steamers from Richmond. Terms: One-fifth pf the amount due the beneficiary (being $6,000, with interest for several years,) cash; negotiable notes for the balance at six, twelve, eighteen, and twenty - four months, with interest added, and secured by a trust deed. For the remainder of the purchase money, if any, the terms will be made known on day of sale. HENRY COX, Trustee, mh 14?2tawtApS?dtds By Grubbs & Williams, Auctioneers, Northwest corner Main and Eleventh streets. Yery valuable small farm OF 65H ACRES OF LANI)? ON BOTH SIDES OF THE YORK RIVER RAIL R O A D, ANI) ADJ.OINING CHARLES WILLIAMS, Esq., JOHN POE, Esq., AND BRAGG'S MILL PROPERTY, FOR SALE AT AUCTION.?We will sell at auction, on -the premises, on TUESDAY the 7th- of April, at 4)4 P. M., the FARM situated as above described. The improvements are some small buildings and three excellent ice-houses (with ice ponds convenient), two of themjiow full of .ice. Thqre are two bold streams pass ing through the land, and abundant springs, being a good situation for a mill, a distillery, or any other manufacturing purpose. The situation is healthy; and there are three beautiful sites for buildings. This property, because of Its nearness to the city and the variety of soil, being upland and lowland, is well suited for a market-garden, fruit, grapes, etc. It will be sold as a whole or divided to suit purchasers. Terms : At sale. GRUBBS & WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. FOR SALE, ALSO, PRIVATELY, A FARM near Meadow station, ctmtaining about 250 acres, with improvements, 160 acres of which being rich Cbickahorainy low grounds. GRUBBS' & WILLIAMS, mb 2S,31,Ap2,4,6,7 Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF HOUSE AND LOT.?By virtue of two deeds of trust,? the first dated the 23d day of May, 1645, exe cuted by James B. Smith to Micajah Bates, trustee for John Nettles; the other dated the 5th day of July, 1S47, executed by said Smith and Jane Eliza, his wife, to James A. Goddin, trustee for said Nettles,?both recorded in the clerk's office of Henrico County Court, in order to secure to said Nettles the sums of money in said deeds expressed, conveyed to said trustees a lot of ground lying and being in the county of Henrico, near the city of Rich mond, situated at the southeast intersection of I and Twenty-second streets, having a comfortable BRICK DWELLING- thereon. And the said sums of money not having been paid, .the said Nettles requires sale to be made. We, therefore, James A. Goddin, trustee, and William Folkes, substituted trus tee, "will, on the Tfet day of May, ISffS, upon the premises, at 4 o'clock P. M., expose to sale, for cash, for the purposes mentioned, the property conveyed. ~ As trustees, we shall convey such title as is vested in us, though the title is believed to be good. JAMES A; GODDIN, Trustee. WM. FOLKES, Substituted Trnstee. ap 1?eodtds SHERIFF'S SALE.?By virtue of sun dry executions in my hands against the National Coal Mining Company, 1 shall pro-, ceed to sell on thellTH DAI OF APRIL, 1S6S, commencing at 11 o'clock A. M., on the north side of the basin, between Ninth and Tenth cl I'ap f a SIX CANAL-BOATS, viz., Burgetta, Seven Pines, Perseverance, Job Atkins, Henry Abel, and T. D. Jellis. ALSO, FOUR COAL CARTS and FOUR SETS DOUBLE HARNESS. Immediately after the sale of the above pro perty, 1 shall proceed to sell the OFFICE and STABLE, situated on Canal and Sixth streets, and the unexpired term of the lease of the ground upon which said buildings aro located, ap 4 JOHN W. WRIGJiT, S. C. It. CANNED FRUIT?Fresh Peaches, To matoes, Corn, and Peas, for sale low. nth 28 HUNDLEY i TATUM. L Auction Sales* FUTURE DAT. By Paine & Co., Auctioneers. ARGE CATALOGUE SALE OF FRESH DRY GOODS A.VD BOOTS AND SHOES AT AUCTION. On THURSDAY, April 9th, commencing at I 10 o'clock, we will sell at our anction-roonis, by catalogue, a very large and attractive as sortment of FRESH SPRING DRY GOODS, comprising a great variety of new and sea sonable goods, now receiving, and adapted to spring sales. j ALSO, . ? 250 cases BOOTS and SHOES, prime goods, embracing every variety for men, women,.and children, with a large and desirable assortment of READY-MADE CLOTHING, MEN'S AND BOYS' HATS, ^c. The attention of the city and country trade is invited to this sale. The goods are all fresh and seasonable, and will be sold without re serve, and in lots to suit jfurchasers. ap 2 PAINE h CO., Auctioneers. By Farris Sc Mims, Auctioneers, No. 1422 Main street. ASSIGNEE'S SALE.?Will be sold en the 13th DAY OF APRIL, at the auc tion-house of Farris & Mfms, No. 1422 Main Street (E. K. Cook's old stand), the following articles?viz.: 1 box TINWARE, 23 cases CUT TACKS, bales TWINE. 14 boxes FANCY SOAP, 1 barrel WRAPPING TWINE,' 1 caddy BLACK TEA, 1 case CONCENTRATED LYE, S cases SCOTCH ALE, 9 cases CLARET WINE?St. JulienMe doc, 3 cases CHAMPAGNE CIDER, 3 OFFICE DESKS, 3 OFFICE CHAIRS, 1 lounge, 1 OFFICE STOVE and CARPET, I 9 RECTIFYING TUBS, 3 large TUBS, 1 RECEIVER, large PUMP, and FIX TURES?complete : 9 barrels VINEGAR. ROBERT OULD, Assignee for Christian, Lea & Co. Farris & Mims, Auctioneers. ap 2 . By Clopton & Harwood, Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, Tenth street between Main and Bank streets. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF VALU ABLE IMPROVED REAL ESTATE IN THE CITY OF RICHMOND, ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF MAIN BETWEEN FIRST AND SECOND STREETS, FRONTING ON MAIN FIFTY FEET, AND RUN NING BACK IN PARALLEL LINES NINETY-SEVEN FEET, AT AUCTION? In pursuance of a decree made on the 19th day of February, 1S6S, in a cause depend ing in the Circuit Court of the city of I Richmond, in which Samuel D. Denoon's executrix is plaintiff, and Daniel Denoon and others are defendants, I, a special commis sioner of the court, will proceed to sell, upon the premises, on FRIDAY the 17th day of April, 1S6S, at 0 o'clock P. M., the VACANT LOT above mentioned, upon the terqas of cash as to one-fourth of the purchase money, and a credit of four, eight, and twelve months, with interest from the day of sale on the remain der thereof;'and for the deferred payments negotiable notes satisfactorily endorsed will be required, and the title retained until the further order of the court. E. S. DENOON, ap 2 ? Special Commissioner. liy-S. N. Davis, Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer, I corner of Eleventh and Main streets. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE. IN THE CITY OF RICH MOND, CORNER ST. JOHNS ANI) COUTTS STREETS.?By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court of the city of Richmond in the suit of MoSby 1*8. Mosby, admin is tra- i tor, and others, pronounced on the 12th day | of February, 1S6'S, I will sell at public auction, j on the premises, on TUESDAY the 7uh day of April next, at 4M o'clock P. M., LOTS known .as " Nos. 1 and 2," in Duval's addi tion, of which Josiah L. Mosby died seized and possessed, fronting feet on St. Johns street and running back 140 feet. On one of | j the lots there is a small brick dwelling, with framed shed attached. Tkrms: Cash as toone-third; the balance in two equal instalments on a credit of 6 and 12 months, the purchaser executing, negotiable notes, with interest added, and title retained until fully paid and a conveyance directed by the court. JOHN N. DAVIS, rah 27 Commissioner. By Grubbs & Williams, Auctioneers, Northwest corner Main and Eleventh streets. VALUABLE LOTS ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF BROAI) STREET BETWEEN SIXTH AND SEVENTH FOR LEASE AT AUCTION.?On WEDNESDAY, 15th April, at 4M o'clock P. M., we will lease at auction, upon the premises, fqr the term of ten years from 1st May, 1S6S, that most valuable pro perty situated as above, upon which now stand framed stores owned or. occupied by F. Delarue, T. P. Strider, Stevens & Pegram, S. Sutherland, and E. P. McAdam, fronting, in the whole, 130 feet, running- back to an alley. It will be offered In lots of 21 6-12 feet front each, with the privilege. The lessees will be required to erect within two years neat and substantial brick tenements adapted for stores below and dwellings above, the same to be paid for bjf the lessor, at fair valuation, at the expiration of the term, unless the leases should be renewed. Further par ticulars may be learned by application to us. GRUBBS it WILLIAMS, mh 30?Ap3,6,9,11^14,itlS Auctioneers. By Wellington Goddin, Auctioneer and Ileal Estate Agent. TRUSTEE'S sale of small farm OF 116* ACRES, IN HENRICO COUNTY, ON THE MOUNTAIN ROAD, EIGHT MILES NORTH OF RICHMOND. By virtue of two deeds of trust executed to tbe.subscriber by the late James G. Francis, the one bearing date 21st of March, 1S64, the other on the 7th of August, 1S66, I shall, in execution thereof, proceed to sell at public auction, on the premises, on MONDAY the 13th of April, 186S, at 12 o'clock M./if fair, if not, the first fair day thereafter, the FARM located as above, on which Mr. Fran cis recently resided, containing 116* acres, more or less. On this farm there is a com fortable dwelling and other buildings. Terms: Reasonable, and made known at the hour of sale. ap3 JAMES H. MALLORY, Trustee. SHERIFF'S SALE.?By virtue of sun. dry executions in my hands against the National Coal Mining Company, I shall pro ceed to sell on the TENTH DAY OF APRIL, 1S68, commencing at 11 o'clock A. M., at the coal-yard of said company, on Twenty-se venth and Dock streets, near the Locks, about 2,000 bushels COAL, 0 COAL SCREENS, 3 HAND CARTS, S WHEELBARROWS, and 3 IRON TUBS, ap 4 JOHN W. WRIGHT, S. C. R. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF FARM BE LOW RICHMOND.?By virtue of a deed of trust executed by Dandridge Ball and wife, of Henrico county, on the 10th day of April, 1S62, and duly recorded in the County Court of said county on the same day the undersigned, as trustee therein named, will offer for sale, on the premises, on TUESDAY the 21st of April,. if fair, (if not, the next fair day thereafter,) a TRACT OF LAND six miles east of Rich mond, and lying between the Newmarket, Varina, and Mill roads, and containing about 140 acres. There are three small houses on the place, and a portion of the land is now in cultivation.' The title is believed to be good, but acting as trustee, I will convey only such title as is vested in me as such. Terms: Will be liberal, and announced on the day of sale. CARTHON ARCHER, mh 18?2tawtlSAp?dtds Trustee. ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF REAL ES TATE.?By order of the United States District Court, I will sell, as assignee of Christian, Lea Si Co., bankrupts, in the city of Richmond, State of Virginia, on WEDNES DAY the 15th day of April, 1S68, at 5 o'clock P. M., on the premises, a valuable BRICK DWELLING-HOUSE AND LOT, on Frank lin between Nineteenth and Twentieth streets; In which A. B. Wells now resides. The lot fronts twenty-eight feet and runs hack 135 feet. This property is very valuable, and is eligibly located. Tikmb : One-third cash ; balance in equal instalments of three and six months, secured by a, deed of trust. Title retained until all the purchase money is paid. ROBERT OULD, mh 21 Assignee of Christian, Lea & Co. Ground am calcined PLASTER. 180 tons GROUND PLASTER, 100 barrels CALCINED PLASTER, daily expected per schooner Clara Jane For sale by [up 1] A. S. LEE. Auction Sales, Ifxm&ttiat. By Grubbs & Williams, Auctioneers, Northwest corner Main and Eleventh streets. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF A _ . .... n' ? r T cTDfl'TO. T)v vlr. tA.O AD AN I' WALL STREETS?By vir ft,e of ft deed of trust executed by S. C. Locke tUP 01 ftUUCUw ?. ? __ to the subscriber as trustee, dated 9th March, 1S66, and recorded in the Richmond Hustings Court office, being thereto requested by the holders of the notes remaining unpaid, I will sell at auction, upon the promises, on WED NESDAY, 8th April, at 4)4 o'clock P. M., the following property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy the purposes of said deed?to wit, a LOT OF GROUND, with several FRAMED TENEMENTS thereon, situated at the southwest corner of Broad and Wall streets, fronting 66 feet and running back on its east line 56)j feet, on its west line feet. Also, dft the interest of said S. ('. Cocke in lots No. 48 and 49 in Mayo'saddition. Terms: Sufficient in cash to defray the ex penses of sale and pay off the balance due on several notes, amounting, with interest added thereon to the day of sale, to about $360; the residue upon such terms as the grantor mav direct at the time of sale. Purchaser to nay taxes for 1S68. GRUBBS St WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. ap 2 By Wellington (rc/ddin, Auctioneer and Real?state Agent. Assignee sale of a valuable FARM, ON THE YORK RIVER RAIL ROAD AND THE CHICKAHOMINY RI VEH, FIFTEEN MILES HAST OF RICH MOND, VA.?By order of the United States District Court, I will sell, as assignee of Christian, Lea & Co., bankrupts, in the city of Richmond, at the office of Wellington God din, corner of Bank and Tenth streets, on MONDAY the 20th day of April, 1S6S, at 12 o'clock M., the TRACTS OF LAND on which Joseph M.' Watkins formerly resided, lying in the county of New ?ent, on the Richmond and York River railroad and Chickahominy river, containing, according to two plats and surveys made by Walter F. Pleasants, deputy surveyor of Henrico county, SIX HUNDRED AND "SEVENTY-EIGHT ACRES.* Said tract was purchased by Christian & Lea from Joseph M. Watkins. The tract is valuable and well improved. Terms: One-third cash; balance in two equal instalments at three and six months, interest added, secured by a trust deed. ROBERT OULD, mh .81 Assignee of. Christian, Lea $ Co. By Wellington Goddin, Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent. A SSIGNEE SALE OF A FARM OF CX. ONE HUNDRED AND TEN ACRES, N HENRICO COUNTY, ON THE NEW IHARLES CITY ROAD. ABOUT SIX JL1LES BELOW RICHMOND.?By order of he United States District Court, I will sell, ^ assignee of Christian, Lea St Co., bank upts, in the city of Richmond, at the office if Wellington Goddin, corner of Bank and Cent!) streets, on MONDAY the 20tli day of Lpril, 1868, at 12 o'clock M., the TRACT OF liAND lying in the county of Henrico, bound d by the lands of William O. George, Gporge Turner, Winston Jordan, Francis P. Disilva, md the Portuguese settlement, containing )NE HUNDRED AND TEN ACRES; vhich was purchased by Christian, Lea & Co. if Anne P. DePriest. The tract is a valuable ine, and well improved. Terms: One-third cash; balance in two qua! instalments at three and six months, nterest added, to be secured by a trust deed. ROBERT OULD, mh 31 Assignee of Christian, Lea & Co. By Wellington Godwin, Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent. PUREE EXCELLENT IRON FRONT L TENEMENTS ON THE SOUTH SIDE F FRANKLIN BETWEEN SIXTEENTH ND SEVENTEENTH STREETS, NEAR HE OLD MARKET, FOR SALE AT AUC 10N.?Will be sold at auction, on the pre lises, on TUESDAY the 7th April, 1S6S, at 454 clock P. M., those three excellent BRICK ENEMENTS (iron fronts) located as Dove, west of Shockoe creek, each three ories above the basement, and occupied as ores and dwellings, and regarded good for nail stores. Terms: One fourth cash; balance at four, ght, and twelvemonths for negptiaole notes, iterest added, secured by a trust deed. ap 2 W. GODDIN, Auctioneer. By Wellington Goddin, Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent. [VERY VALUABLE GRANITE V FRONT TENEMENT, ON THE SOUTH IDE OF BROAD BETWEEN FOURTH ND FIFTH STREETS, FOR SALE AT UCTIOiv.?Will be sold at auction, on the ?emises, on WEDNESDAY, Sth April, lt<6S, half p;ist 4 o'clock P. 31., that very desira e TENEMENT (granite-front) located as )ove, now in the occupancy of Messrs. N H. ershbnrg & Co., at the annual rent of 4f9'X>. Iiis tenement is.so desirably Located, and is garded so desirable for a retail PstabllMi ent, that it is justly regarded a.-, a i?.pst-rat?e vestment for capitalists and others. Terms: One-fourth cash; balance at four, ght, and twelve months, for negotiable >t'es, interest added, secured by a trust deed, ftp 3 W. GODDIN, Auctioneer. YHE PETERSBURG (VA.) DAILY . AND WEEKLY EXPRESS FOR SALE. r virtue of a deed of trust to the under fed by Messrs. Haines & Ohmpbell, dated arch 30, 1S6S, we will sell at auction, on the emises, on the FIFTEENTH DAY OF PRIL, 1S?S, at 12 o'clock DrL, that valuable tablishment, the PETERSBURG DAILY NTD WEEKLY EXPRESS, with the GOOD ILL and SUBSCRIPTION LIST, together ith all Presses, Types, Cases, Stands, Gai n's, Composing Sticks, Dashes, Column ales, Imposing Stones, Stc., Sic., embracing ery thing necessary for a large newspaper. The press is one of HOE'S CELEBRATED iIALL*. CYLINDER PRESSES, in good der and of great capacity, driven by water iwer, and now in daily use. This sale ought to attract the attention of itors and printers, as there is but one news iper published in the city of Petersburg be les the Express, which has always had a reral patronage. Also, the UNEXPIRED LEASE of the >use now occupied, as the Express office, ad irably adapted to the purpose. Terms: Ten per cent, cash ; for balance, a edit.of 4, 8, and 12 months for negotiable >tes, with interest added, well endorsed, and cured by a deed of trust. ALEXANDER DONNAN, )Trii ,ono JOHN LYON, I Trustees. William Pa.vnill, Auctioneer, ap 2?St By Grubbs St Williams, Auctioneers, Northwest corner Main and Fleventh streets, TRUSTEES'SALE OF THE VALUA BLE coal PROPERTY FORMERLY KNOWN AS ?? BURFOOT'S PITS," NOW OWNED BY THE NATIONAL COAL MI NING COMPANY, IN CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, ON JAMES RIVER. ABOUT TWELVE MILES ABOVE RICHMOND ? Bv virtue of a deed of trust executed by the National Coal Mining Company to the'sub scribers as trustees, dated 10th April, 1S#6, and recorded in Chesterfield County Cdurt, being thereto required by the beneficiary, we will sell at auction, upon the premises, on TUESDAY the 28th day of April, 1S65, at 12 M., if fair, if not, then on the next fair day thereafter, at the same hour, the property conveyed in said deed, the same being a tract of land with the buildings and improvements thereon, lying in Chesterfield county, on James river, about twelve miles by water transportation above Richmond, embracing about 450 acres, formerly known as"Burfoot's Pits, and now known as the property of the National Coal Mining Company. This has always been regarded as amongst the most valuable coal property in the cele brated coal fields of Richmond. A new shaft, has lately been sunk, reaching a superior body of coal, and other extensive improve ments and developments have been made, de monstrating that for richness of deposit and ease of working this is probably the most valuable coal property in Virginia now in the market. The buildings and arrangements are of fhe most complete character, and the whole pro perty is now in condition for profitable work ing. The attention of capitalists 'at the North and elsewhere is specially invited to this sale. Terms: Sufficient in cash to defray the ex penses of the sale and to pay oft" a bond for $10,000, with interest thereon from lst'March, lgee ; a credit as to $10,<MX), with interest from 1st March, 1S66, (say $11,800,) until 1st March, 1S69 ; the residue upon a credit of eighteen and twenty-four months, the credit payments to bear interest frpm the day of sale, and to be secured by a deed of trust ujKm the property. Purchaser to pay taxes for 1S8S. JAMES NEESON, } Trnv,_ A. B. GUIGON, 5TrUi>lCtfs' Grorbs Si Williams, Auctioneers. mh 2S?2awt20Ap&dtds C ALE OF ONE-IIALF OF A VALU. 0 ABLE JOB PRINTING OFFICE. Will be sold by public auction, on WEDNES ^1868, the-one-half interest In ^JK?? PEJNTING OFFICE of Johnson ? Schaffter, Lynchburg, Va., owned by the vLaiiC* J ? C. Johnson, deceased. 1 he office is oiio of the most complete In the South, running four presses, two of them lately purchased; and the type nearly all "aa,?d since'the close of the war. Terms: One-third cash; balance in two in stalments of six and twelve months, secured by negotiable paper satisfactorily endorsed. r urther idfovmatlou can be obtained by call ing on or addressing O. A. Sckawtkr, the surviving partner, at Lynchburg, Va. JOSEPH GRAHAM, Executor of estate of J. C. Johnson, deceased, ap 8?3t Bailroad8. JgBSajH?, KirHMOITD AND P?TB???tT*? RAILROAD Co., ( BlcH*oiritfCH*o?Df Vs., March 21, 1888. \ ON AND AFTER the 23<i instant the TRAINS ON THIS ROAI) will leave as f0BXPRESS TRAIN daily at ft A. M. MAIL dally at 2:46 P. M ?except Sunday. The 2:4ft P. M. train connects at Petersburg with trams for Norfolk. . Trains leave Petersburg for Richmond and all points north and west. EXPRESS TRAIN daily at 8:30 A. M.?ex cept Sonday. A THROUGH MAIL daUy at 7:2ft P. M. Fare to Norfolk, ?. Baggage checked A train will leave the depot on WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY MORMNGs, at 4 o'clock, for Clover Hill. For further information, inqtnrp at m office corner of Byrd and Eitfhth^treets. rob 27 Engineer and Superintendent. SPRING AND SUMMER ARRANGE. IVIEWT ]fi68.?GREAT SHORT ROUTE TO THE NORTH, EAST, AND WEST. VIA thf rjchmoni), Fredericksburg, AND POTOMAC RAILROAD,CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL TWICE daily-elegant cars, with new PATENT SLEEPING CHAIRS ON ALL TRAINS.?The THROUGH TRAINS on this road are now run from the *o?*hern ten rolnns of the Connection railrooo. corner Rvrd aid Eighth streets, as follow? ? The DAY THROUGH MAIL TX leaves Richmond daily (Sundays except**, at Id'a M, arriving in Washington atup. >v ? connecting with the early afternoon expres* trains for the North, East, and West The NIGHT THROUGH MAIL TRAIN, with-elegant cars supplied with the new pa tent sleeping chairs attached, leave? R1(h. mond daily at 8:60 P. M. arriving in M ashing ton at 6:15 A. M., connecting with th"-nrlj morning trains for the North, East, and W<?st No extra charob for sleeping chairs. THROUGH TICKETS and THROUGE BAGGAGE CHECKS to Alexandria, Wash ington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and aU the principal cities of ihe West For further information and throngh tickers applv at the office of the company, corner Broad and Eighth streets, Shockoe Hill, and at the ticket office, corner Byrd and Eighth ctrppts ? "? vIjI' illi, General Ticket Agent. SAMcbl Rcth, Superintendent. mh 24 ICHMOND AND DANVILLE RAIL. ROAD?CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.? On and after Friday the loth day of January, 1S68, the passenger trains on this road will run as follows: Going vonst.?Mall Train.?Leave Richmond daily at 8:16 A.M.; leave Danville daily at 6*23 P M.; arrive at Greensboro' daily at S-Tft P M.; connecting at Burkeville with trams on the Southside railroad for FarmviUe, Lynchburg, Bristol, Knoxville, Nashville, Memphis, Grand Junctiou, New Orleans, ic and at Greensboro' with trains on the North Carolina railroad for Charlotte, Loluabia, Charleston, Augusta, Savannah, Macon, At lanta, Montgomery, Mobile, New Or.eans, He. Going nost.?Mail and Passenger 1 nun Leave Greensboro' dally at 4 A. M. , lea\e Danville daily at 6:43 A. M.; arri\eat Rich mond at 3:1ft P? M. . Accommodation Train from Ly^hhurg Leave Burkeville daily (Sundays excepted, at R-'lo P M.; arrive at Richmond at <???> i ? M. ' xHOMAS DODAMEAD, jal0 Superintendent Ofpicb Richmond and Tors River \ Railroad Company, Richmond, March 14, 1868. ) Line to Philadelphia and BOSTON RE-OPEN ED.-T his company is now prepared again to receive and forward freight to and from Boston and 1 huuMphu. Freight for these points leaves Richmond every TUESDAY' and FRIDAY, and a* the I same time for Baltimore, Cincinnati, i.ouis vine Chicago, and all points between \\ heel ing and Parkersburg and Baltimore yu the I Baltimore and Ohio railroad, and all pU.. i reached by the Northern Central railroad I Passengers will And this a delightful spring and summer route to Baltimore, where tbe> arrive always in time for the early truus NoS and W'est, with ample time for break fast in Baltimore, if desired, tare to Haiti moreonlv four dollars ($4): Freights for Baltimore and points beyond received nil times. ? Shippers, observe the following direr From Boston to RicHMoN?.-Mar?, >our poods "Keystone and Union. Line, ?.a ?? " Richmond and York River Railroad Line, LBaltimore, and ship by Bos to u. and i .oti d*Fhom^Philadelphi a fb Rinhm<?sd ?Ship by the 41 Philadelphia and Baltimore I mou Line," No. 18 North wharves, Phil:tii-|-iu:i. care of " Richmond and York River Lai.road tie," Baltimore. , laltimore office, No. 8 Light-street 'rains leave the Richraouu depot natty a. < line fob Tap p ah ax nock.-Every lESDAY and FRIDAY MOUNlNu.on the ?ival of the cars at Fish Haul station, in Ug William county,stages leave for I. pp.. nnock, passing King w? Rutin Lpunho- , ilkerton, Bruington, and Millers lay t . ' reaching Tappahannock at 6 o clock s.im -ing, stages leave Tappahanno.,. on AYS and SATURDAY >, and pi> ?Fpnrh Richmond by the cars at ft *t? T-Inn. hannock, ?4.60, and to other are to lapi?. n ntsiu proportion ? ^i^M B EJs'0S, Freuru'. and Ticket Agent, j-reigu. Passenger and ptain ^OH?r H- Irebx ?? mh 14 reight Agent . . " 7-IRGINIA CENTRAL ' CHANGE OF SUHEDT a h lhe fol. er WEDNESDAY, March IL .o;ld ? The ving trains will be run on thu , ceJlt on rruing passenger train DAii. i (ex ,H1.0IIi ndays) between Richmond and . t. ,vst| d tri-weekly west of Staunton? going \ ,j. MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, nnd f. . iYS, and returning alternate d. 1 ? T; iiu leaves Richmond at 7.1ft A. - _ ' res at 5:20 P. M., and makes close tonnec n v/ith the Orange and Alexandria Rail ? tins for Lynchburg and the ^ nnects with trains to and from the ? twitb a delay at Gordonsville of one ho ? d thirty minutes-the connections lltimore and Oluo Railroad ti.uus. ^ jrk being re-esuiMished. ^?o - Themorning trainromMJttwith H ARM A. rCA?dl LeSngt", tv* SStK": ?"T;'4'b ,roK iebmond or Baltimore the same day. THROUGH TICKETS^oM Wj.ny~n.ln ? mhl Genrnti Atperinteudret VIRGINIA EXPRESS COM PAN V Oftice, No. 728 Main street, l>etv.'e?*ii Se venth and Eighth streets, Richmond. The VIRGINIA EXPRESS is now runne r daily from RICHMOND to STAUNTON, and tri-weekly to all points between ST A UNTO N and COVINGTON. Also, daily from BALTIMORE to RICH MOND and from BALTIMORE to STAUN TON. . Further, dally toall the intermediate points between Staunton, Harrisonburg, and Mount Jackson, Staunton, Lexington and Natural Bridge; and tri-weekly from Staunton to Bath Alum, Warm, Hot, and Healing Spring: White Sulphtif Springs, Lewtsburg; ami Charleston, Kanawha county. Goods called for and delivered at all points in the city. Also, daily from Norfolk to Petersburg irld Lynchburg, aud all intermediate points on the Norfolk and Petersburg aud Sotithside r ul rohds, and intermediate points on Richmond aud Dauvilie railroad to BirrkeviLie. Money and valuables forwarded with dis patch. For further information apply to f?l4?8y> A. W. GARBKK. Agent. ORION.?This fine racer and inaguiii cent-lookiug STALLION by Re- fL ^ venue, dam^ Nina by Boston ia g"C*5_V brother to Virginia's unrivalled rue- ' horse P.lauet), will make the coining s-asou it Bulltleld, the farm of Major Thomas Dos well, in Hanover county near the Junction, com mencing the 15th of March aud ending the Is' Of July. Should arraugeiueuts be made, he may have a stand in the vicinity of Mango hick, Caroline couutv. The war break ing out directly after Orlou'a appearance on the turf commeuceil (putting a stop to racii -' for the time) has no doubt prevented turn from exhibiting a record of many brilliant achievements. The lew races he-.ran, how ever, were sufficient to show that he was a good race-horse and of Indomitable game, winning one of his races of two miles and re peat at four heats. Tkrmh: The seo&ou will be $3o if paid be fore Us expiration; after that tune i&Juiu be paid. Groom's fee, $1. Mares Mom a d; tauce will be kept at 50 cents per diem Every attention will be given to iheir cm and management, but in no cteut responsible for accidents or escapes. THOMAS Si THOMAS W. DOSWLLI. mh 12?-2aw4w I^'oc VTl.-FRANCrS T. ISBELL. I ? AUOT10NEER AND REAL ESTATE AGE NT . HAS REMOVED TO TUB CORNER OF ELEVENTH AND BANK STREETS. up 1~"1