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FRIDAY..... JANUARY 1, 1P60.
PETEMRHR0 LCTTER.
Conreipondcncc of the Klchraond Dispatch.
Statistical?Tobacco and Oua.no Inspec
tions , *tc. ? Robberies in Prince George ?
Removal of Captain Pegram, Common
wealth's A ttorney? His Successor.
Petersburg, December 31, 1868.
This being the day for gathering up our
monthly and other statistics, I am able to
make the following report in part :
The total number of inspections of to
bacco a* the (several warehouses since the
1st of October Is 638 hogsheads ; stock on
.hand for inspection, 266 hogsheads ; and
' stock on hand inspected, S21 hogsheads.
Prom this poor exhibit your readers may
form an idea of the great depression of this
important trade.
The guano Inspections since l?t May,
embracing all that has been used in the
fall trade, show a wonderful falling off io
the use of this fertilizer as compared with
the years immediately preceding the war.
Our returns show that sinoe the 27th of
May the inspections of Peruvian amount to
6,764 bags, equivalent to 505 tons; and of
Rodondo Island to 446 bags, equivalent to
about 30 tons.
The fines collected by the Mayor for the
month of December are $72.
The marrioges for the month are twenty
nine, of which twelve were among the
whites, and seventeen among the blacks.
The total marriages for the year are eighty
nine of whites, and a hundred and twenty
of blacks.
The number of prisoners in jail at this
lime is twenty-five? all men?four of whom
are whites.
The inmates in the poor-house are ninety
three ? forty -three whites and fifty blacks.
During tue month the Mayor has tried
eighty-five criminals and forty-three civil
cases ? making a total sinoe the first of
April last, when he came into oiice, of
1,048 criminals and 324 civil cases.
There are some few returnajcelai^'
other matterywhlch in'
handedin. Fjetma"nT wEnb not yet'been
however, a pretty
-^Skir idea may be formed of the state of our
internal affairs.
We hear of the following depredations
committed last night in Prince George,
within a few miles of the city : Mr. Frank
Wills w&u robbed of two fine hogs and a lot
of chickens, and Mr. Joseph Parker had a
trunk stolen from him containing clothing
and other valuables, worth about $100.
"We hear to-day ? though without sur
prise, as we had been led to anticipate it ?
of the removal of Captain R. G. Pegram,
Commonwealth's attorney for the city.
Mr. Pegram was unanimously elected to
this position after the war ? a place which
he had formerly moBt acceptably filled. He
was indeed an officer of which any city
might be proud. Of fine abilities, well
learned in the law ; firm in the discharge
of his duty, and yet never harsh or
unkind ; enjoying withal the confidenoe
of all classes of the community ; he was,
aocording to our ideas of a faithful officer,
without a blemish. He is succeeded by
Mr. George F. Dogget, at present a mem
ber of the Common Council by appoint
ment of General Schofield. He has been
living here since the war ? first in the ca
^ ? paciij uf cotton inspector, and latterly as
a practitioner of the law.
It is to be presumed that the removal of
our effioient clerks of the Circuit and Hust
ings Courts will speedily follow that of
Captain Pegram, together . with all other
officers whose political antecedents are ob
noxiouB to the commanding General. S. i
For the Dispatch.
A Psalm of New Year.
" resolves anil re-resolves,
Tet dies the same."
Farewell, old Sixty-eight, farewell!
Thy 'venlful reign is through;
A stranger comes thy throne to fill,
And work his wonders too.
The day thy chequered course begun,
What promises were given ;
Of vice subdued, of virtue won,
Of readier zeal for Heaven.
Such vows, alas ! how frail they are
Reforms that we propose;
How sadly New- Year plans compare
"With records at the close.
So easy Is the downward flight,
So wide the door to sin ; *
Whilst virtue scales the rugged height,
Which only heroes win.
Another stago, begnn to-day;
Another milestone passed ;
Ami to wander still astray,
ISor Heavenward turn at hist?
Stay this momentum, Heaven ! and set
My erring footsteps free ;
Nor to the end my course permit,
Unless It lead to thee.
With New Year nerve my soul an?w,
That when his race is run.
He yield a happier review
Than Sixty- eight has done.
* Facilis descensus A^erni."
Oockkbmouth, New Year, 1869. W.J.
The Man from Boston. ? " Howcus," a
?writer for the Syracuse Journal , gives the
following pithy description of " The man
from Boston" :
The weary, worn pleasure-seeker, as well
as the cheery, lively business traveller, has
notioed that prevalent personage ? the man
from Boston.
H" is of medium r\zo, dapper built, nc*t
and hand boxy. lie has an outside 6tripe
down the leg of his pants, whother it be
the fttshion or not. In summer he oarries
a duster, in winter a shawl ; at all times a
trim satchel filled with toilet articles, for
which he has a womanly tendency and ten
derness.
At a hotel I became honored by the no
tioe of a man from Boston ; he became unu
sually communicative, and entrusted me
with his opinions of Boston. There
were many towns, few cities, one Boston.
His name was Charles or Gustus. Deeply
interested, I inquired which,
ized for misunder8taudin{^>>:^^ '*ijU.10"
^te^hiflolaiming pronuncia
'ffl 1 i ~~~ At the table he
in nf^iime and all its pleasures,
and sighs for brown bread and minced cod
fish. In Boston, man's only want is a
want. He asks a smart boy to please parB
the butter; boy says, with pleasure, and
begins : Butter is a common noun, singular
number, neuter Bcston man looks
Webster at boy and leaves the table.
He is a sedate young man, and not to
be easily approached *, ho is opposed to con
versation, and dislikes a joke. Boston sits
heavily upon him, and he must maintain
her reputation as he journeys. At home,
to be the admired of a small tea party ic a
part he can do active justice to ; but away
from there, Boston's graver aspect must
find a reHex in his mode and manner.
His pronunciation differs from others ; he
slights the first o in Boston, and entirely
omits the seoond.
He is opposed tocapital punishment on the
ground that banishment from Boston is ex
piation full for any oonceivable offence.
That he should leave Boston is a calamity
oft times equally regretted by himself and
those he honors by the bestowment of his
company.
On the oars he pays his fare inclusive of
the "Five cents additional will be col
lected on all fares paid in the cars." He
asks the conductor what the " five cents "
is for ? For the company? and our friend
is sneeohless.
wHe is on his way to Boston.
edo is the worst place in the State for
They won't let boys slide on the
Jw, nor snow-ball each other, nor
f* xall off church steeples, nor have any fun
way. A boy might live his whole life
?hHed? n0* chanoe to get his
TlDS '*4xi oacGi?Cohtmbus Journal,
cfoormBfo.
T~\OWN f DOWN ! ! DOWN!!!
I DOWN ! DOWN I! DOWN 1 1 !
DOWN I DOWN ! ! DOWN:!!
go rare prices at
GO THE PRICK AT
GO THE PRICES AT
BALDWIN'S.
BALDWIN'S.
BALDWIN'S.
TEN PER CENT. OFF" FOB CASH DOWN.
TEN PEK CENT. OFF FOB CASH DOWN.
TEN PER CENT. OFF FOB CASH DOWN.
Having a large sto ck of CLOTHING on hand,
we will from this date discount from our formerly
low prices tea cenU on every dollar sold.
For great bargains call
COBNER MAIN AND TENTH STREETS,
[de ?]
5,000
MEN WANTED.
The subscriber desires Ave thousand men to call at
1300 MAIN STREET
aad supply themselves with
CLOTHING.
SHIRTS,
and FURNISHING GOODS,
at very low prices. Call early, as the goods must
be sold. Tne money Is needed, and now Is the
time for bargains. Remember the place, corner of
Main and Thirteenth streets.
E. B. SPENCE, Agent,
Merchant Tailor and Clothier,
del No. l?oo Main street.
C~ APES, CAPES, CAPES,
AND OVERCOATS.
The largest assortment made of Beavers, Chii
Chlllas, and Cloth, at
JULIUS K RAKER'S, MERCHANT TAILOB.
Walking Coats. of all styles and prices, at the
Richmond Clothing Hall ; Casslmers, Beaveni,
SHk-mlxed Snlts for men's and hoys' wear:
Yonths' Clothing and Overcoats, at 1517 MAIN
STREET, where yoo will find stylish and thti
cheapest clothing in town.
Famishing Goods in all styles. Umbrellas,
Trnnks, andHats, at all prices. de J
c
t/OTHING AT AND BELOW COST.
NO. 1111 MAIN" ^
O^cemotr- J##?.2IV7
1? of, So** - ?
BEADY-MADE CLOTHING,
BEADY-MADE CLOTHING,
GXNT8? FURNISHING GOODS.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
HATS, HA.T8, HATS,
HATS, HATS, HATS,
ARE SELLING !T
ARE SELLING
REGARDLESS OF COST
REGARDLESS OF COBT
at MARCUSE A CO.'B,
no W 1118 Main street.
^02 MAIN STREET
IS THE HOUSE FOR A
GOOD ASSORTMENT AND LOW PRICES
IN
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
tFUBNISHING GOODS,
AND
HATS.
BEFORE YOU BUY,
CALL AND EXAMINE AT
A. OPPENKEIMER'S,
'<oi Main stbbbt, between fourteenth and
FrrrxKNTn.
[no 4]
pREPARE FOR COLD WEATHER.
M ? W ROBE
No. ns, cor neb Fourth and broad streets,
has on hand a complete and nxtenslve stock of
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING
suitable for men's and bevs' wear, which he 16
enabled to sell lower than the lowest. Also, a full
assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
HATS AND CAPS
or all the leading styles.
Do not rorget the place of M. W. ROSE,
oc 19? am No. 128. corner Fourth and Broad.
PROFESSION^ CARDS.
THOMAS F.G00DE,
A ATTORNEY AT LAW
BOYDTON, MECKLENBURG COUNTY, VA.,
G-actlcc? In the courts of Mecklenburg and adjoin
g counties, and in the United states Courts at
Richmond. no 1?Xm
B
BOOTS, SHOES, Ac.
00TS AND SHOES
AT COST FOR THIRTY DAYS
at No. 1535 Main street,
between Fifteenth and Seventeenth,
de 31? lm M. UOLDEN.
"SEEDSMEN, FJLOB1STS, Ac.
/SlOVER SEED.? P^ime NEW CROP
VJ CLOVER and other GRASS SEEDS on hand,
for sale by ALLISON A ADDISON.
no 7
C\ OODRICH P0TAT0E8.? Fifty barrelB
ViJgenulne EARLY GOODRICH POTATOES
& eholce lot selected for seed for fall planting? for
sale by [no 7] ALLISON A ADDISON.
COIttmSSlON MERCHANTS.
RD. JAMEslt CO.,
? GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NO. 1813 CABY STREET,
pay particular attention to the sale of all kinds of
COUNTRY PRODUCE, and make prompt re
turns.
Liberal cash advances made on consign merts in
hand. de < i
ILLS A RIANT, TOBACCO JLSf
CHANGE, RICHMOND, VA., BROKERS
and COMMISSION MERCHANTS for the pur
chase and sale of LEAF and MANUFACTURED
TOBACCOS. Orders solicited. Liberal advance
auuta on consignments. Refer to A. F. Habyb y,
President of National Bank of Virginia; jAiaef
TnOHAS, .*r, Esq., Richmond, Va.; Messrs. H.
Mbshxno* ' A CO., New York; Messrs. Johnson
% THOicpwf. Rnaton. Mui. }y U i
i
I
DA. CAR DWELL most respectfully j
? tenders his services to merchants, man?
lacturers, mechirlcs, lawyers, and artlzans,
ACCOUNTANT. AMANUENSIS. BOOK - |
KEEPER, CONVEYANCER, CORRESPGKL' 1
ENT, and COPYIST? particularly in the adjust- I
intnt of imperfectly kept books, the settlement of
partnership concerns. ' statement of accounts in j
commissioner form, settlement of the accounts or
estates, Ac., Ac.
Having an experienced and cornp* tent assistant,
he can confidently promise expedition, correct* J
ne ?s, and moderate charges. .
whof ^ i he ^oo fcsol anypartles
their affairs written up and cor
r6For futher partlcnlwrs or information address
hlmihrouKh No. 87 Richmond postofllce, or confer
with him at No. 1S07 Main street (up stairs). Rich
mond. Va. <>*>
M1
TJICHMOND LYING-IN CHARITY FOR
THE RELIEF OF INDIGENT WOMEN
AT THEIB OWN HOMES.
Ds. F. B. W ATKINS, Fifth and Grace streets ;
Dr. B. S. J. PEEBLES, sos Franklin street ;
Db. I. R. PAGE. <00 Franklin street.
have organized this institution, and will furnish
medical attendance at her own home to any woman
wfeo may bring a written certificate, endorsing her
as a proper object of this charily, from any physi
cian, minister, member of any benevolent asso
ciation. or member of the city government.
Special attention will be given to all FEMALE
DISEASES.
CONSULTING rHYSICIANS.
Dr. F. H. Deane, Dr. John A. Cunningham, Dr.
A. enead, Professor R. T. Coleman, ai>d Profes
sor 0. F. Manson. de 28? 2m
ICHMOND GRANITE COMPANY.
We are prepared to furnish the to ry beat
quality GRANITE, dressed or undressed, in any
ouaatity. We will also build all kinds of GRAN
ITE WORK at short notice. Special attention
given to rough or dressed WALL WORK, CEME
TERY WORK, Ac., and all material famished.
Office corner of Canal and Seventh streets.
GEORGE BLUMENTBAL,
oc 13 ? Em Superintendent.
INSURANCE COMPANY
OF THE VALLEY 0/ VIRGINIA.
WILLIAM A. CHARTERS. *
GENERAL IN8URANCE AGENT.
Omcx cornxb of Main and Elbybnth
8TRBXT8,
RICHMOND, VA.
N. B.? Any amount of Insurance provided in
city or country in first-class companies at the cur
rent rates of premium. oc 17-86 Wtoi
REAL ESTATE l AGEHTO.
t, k. rrwcn. 8- R* .foiiKfiotf.
HyfECKLEXBUHG LAND AGENCY.?
1VJL The au^icrlHf-rs offer their services for the
HALE A3JT> rUBCffARKOr *w*T, KBT?TE In
the counties of Wccklenbnrg. Hall rax. Charlo'te,
Lunenbnrg and Brunswick. Va., and in the coun-.
ties of Warren and Granville, H. C , or L. JC.
FItfrH will m*ke investments on joint account.
For further particulars, ad?reps
FIN'CH A JOnNSON,
Borilton. Meckh n>mnr county. va.
Kefir r to General J. D. ltnboder, General J. R.
Anderson, "Messrs. Bacon A Baskervill, Messrs.
T.ancaater A Co.. Richmond. Va.; Colonel Wil
liam Towns, rapi'ln T. Csrrinpton. Col ^n^l Wil
liam B. Baflkerrine. .Tu^re E. R. Chambers, and
Mr. S. A. KawiJns, Mecklenburg, Va.
J? 1
Eoanoke valley land agency.
I have established at Boyd ton, Mecklenburg
county, Va., an AGPNCY to be devjt"d exclu
sively to the PURCHASE OF REAL ESTATE
In the counties of Mecklenburg. Halifax. Char
lotte, Ltmenbtirp. and Brunswick. It may be con
fidently asserted that no such field for Investment
in real estate was ever presented jn any conntry
?ii that now afforded In the lands of this section of
Virginia, whether for settlement or speculation.
Opportunities for purchasing land* at exceedingly
low prices are dally presented here, of whi- n
neither purchasers nor ajrents at a remote p' lnt can
avatl themselves. Being a member of 'he legal
profession, I propose to Investigate land titles, to
make purchases, and look to ibe making of proper
conveyances to purchasers.
THOMAS F. GOODE.
Pefers to Judge W. T. Joynes. of the Vlr^nla
Court of ? ppeals, Petersburg. Va. ; Judge Hnnter
H- Marshall, Charlotte Courthouse, Va. ; Hon.
.Tohn Le'chcr, Lexington, Va. ; ant' Hon. James
Lyons. Richmond, Va. de 23? <?orUm
JLOST AMP FOUND.
A REWARD FOR A L08T RING.
aDl" Twill pay TEN DOLT.AR8 to the finder
or a SEAL RINt5, with the letter A en jrraved upon
tbe seal which was lost on yefterday either on
Broad stre?t or at the Fecond Market upon Its de
liver? to me, either a? my law ofHce, 2? o. low Main
street or at my private residence, No. 301, cor
ner of Franklin and Third streets.
Ja 1? St P. H. AYLETT.
Left my house on Wednes
day A LARGE RfD i:OV, with full.
horns. A liberal reward will he paid If she Is left
at the comer of Marshall street and Brook avenue.
)x 1? it* JOSEPH HEKKE.
OST, a BLACK AND TAN
TEREIER BIT- H. 8?e standx?
L
much higher behind than front, which makes her
very conspicuous. Answers to the name of Belle.
FIVE DOLLA_K8 reward will be paid for her
return to A. ?. bTORKH. No. 408 Third between
Marshal and Clay strrets ; or at my stable, correr
of Fifteenth and Dock streets. dc
3*n?5Z
WOOD AND COAL.
J^NTHRACITE COAL,
DRY PINE AND OAK WOOD.
Jil B. WARDWELL.
\ COMFORT? SAWED AND SPLIT
jCX. WOOD .-COAL. -PI7MP8? SAWED OAK
AN OPINE WOOD, a load equal to half a cord.
STEAM SPLIT OfcK AND PINE WOOD, to
kindle, had only here. Wood, full length, all dry.
extra qua'lty. a;?.1 as cheap as the cheapest. A
WELL PUMP, ctr 'tied the beat. Choice BITU
MINOUS aud AN HEACITE COAL. Order at
pump and fnel factory, south side Basin, or WAT
KINS, CuTTIiELL & CO., Main and Thirteenth
Btreets. deJt J. B. W Al'Kl n S.
Anthracite coal. ? i have on hand
L000 tons LOR BERRY RED ASH EGG
and STOVE COALS, 100 cords SEASONED OAK
and PINE WOOD: also. MIDLOTHIAN LUMP
and SMITHS1 COAL, which I am prepared to sell
at the lowest market rates.
Offices corncr of Seventeenth and Dock 9treeU
and Seventeenth between Main and Cary streets.
tie ?4 WIKT ROBERTS.
i 10AL AND WOOD. ? I want all to know
that I am the only person In the city selling
ANTHRa CI TE CO aL at less than ten dollars. I
have a very cood article of ANTHRACITE at $9.50
per ton. and a superior article at $!0; and best
OAK WOOD at $9 per cord, and PINE at $5.50,
delivered. Call and get your supply at Nineteenth
and Cary or Seventh and Grace streets.
de 24 CHaRLKH H. page.
WOOD AND COAJL. WOOD AND COAL.
Burroughs & Harris,
COi'VJcn PKVFN'TIT AN*T> MAIN 6THEKT8.
ANTHRACITE COAL,
UiiU v ilK blbL UV-rt Lt
O.A K and PINE WOOD, long and sawed,
cheap for cash. B. M. H* RRIS, _____
de 18 J.R. F. BI RKOUGH?.
WT OODfWOOD. ? Wood, for cooking and
YV baking, Is now the cheapest fuel used. So
study your own Interest, and go to the yard of W .
J. MCDOWELL and ge t your supply at once. He
has o u hand a 1 a rge supply of fi rst-ntt** S K A s>0 N KI )
OAK and 1'INK. sawed and spltt ready for use, at
the low price of $0 per cord for lnnjr o*k and $7
for saweu ?ud split ; pine, $5.50 long, aawed $d.50.
Wood will soon advance.
W. J. MCDOWELL,
de 4 next to corner First and Broad streets.
B. 0. GAKY. W. r. CIIUTCHFIKLD.
WE STILL HAVE A SUPPLY OF
CHKA-f WOOD FOR THE POOR, which
we are selling at $4 per cord from the Basin, by
the single stick or Ci>rd. Also, a large quantity
of BJS&T CLOVE tt HILL HaRD <"v AL at $5
per load? a superior article of the kind. Persons
wishing to be supplied will call at once, before It
gives out. (j.vitr & CRUTCH FIELD,
No. 118 Eighth street,
de 1? lm near packet landing.
17TH 6TR2KT. 14TH PTKKET.
COAL. W. HALL CREW. WOOD.
I HAVE ON HAND ANTHRACITE,?
RED and WHITE A HH-B ITUM1NODS,
LUlfl', HAIL, and AVERAGE COAL, which I
will sell at lowest market rates. Also, SEASON
ED OAK and PIN? WOOD.
MIDLOTHIAN FINE COAL at *1 In yard;
$S.S0 delivered.
Olce ami yard for Anshrsclta Coal, Car? aid
Seventeenth streets.
BltnmlnouB Coal and Wood yard, Fourteenth
street near Danville depot.
de l W. HaLL CREW.
CHEAP WOO!). ? Owing to the breakpin
the canal being finished, we are prepared to
sell seasoned OAK and PINifi WOOD at the fol
lowing prices : < >AK WOOD, $fl to $ 8.50 per cord ;
PINi*,, $5.60. Persons wishing to iay la their
winter supply will do well to call at ouce.
Also, (.LOVER HILL and ANTHRACITE
COALS always on hand at the lowest market
rates. GARY & CRUTCITFIELD,
No. IIS Eighth street, near the
no 14? eodt Jal packet landing;
Anthracite coal.? a full supply of
FIRST QUALITY ANTHRACITE COAL,
sizes suited for ranges and stoves of all kinds, fur
nace" and grates.
A1 0, CLOVER HILL LUMP AND HAIL
COAL.
Purchasers are invited to call on Seventeenth
street, at the drawbridge.
nolo 8. P. LATTTROP,
CONFECTIONERIES.
JUST received,
800 drums NEW FIGS,
20 boxes LEMONS,
BO boxes RAISING,
40 cases CANNED FRUITS,
20 dozen A8SORTED PRESERVES,
' 25 barrels ASSORTED MEATS.
10 cases PRESERVED GINGER,
10 kegs MALAGA GRAPES,
6 boxes ORANGES,
20 cases PICKLES, In jars ;
joo gallons PICKLES, In kegs and barrels ;
10 bags COCOA-NUTS.
I sell cheapfcLthj-?* tie cheapest. Give me a call
?fKcuJe convinced. W. W TRIBBE'IT,
jjg jg 1118 Main street.
a s AGENT FOR THE STATE OF
J\_ VIRGINIA, I offer to the trade, tohotel
and boarding-bouse keepers, MINCE M~AT,
vtvce MEAT 2.500 pounds Atmore's excel
, ior MINCE MEAT, the best In the world ready
f-jr use, put up In tubs. Jars, and barrels, Just re
. elved, fresh made, and warranted unsurpassed
iw unequalled by any made.
AL.SO,
200 boxes two-pound cans PEACHES,
200 boxes two-pound cans TOM \TOES,
as agent for the packers, and at their prices.
Dealers supplied. LOUIS J. iJOSStEUX,
de 4 1412 Main street.
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.? Now ifl the time
to supply yourselves with PRESERVES and
FRESH FRUITS and JELLIES for the winter.
We haved a large Btock of Preserved Strawberries,
Peaches, Damsons, Quinces, Tomatoes, Cherries,
Gooseberries, Pineapples. i
Fresh Strawberries, Pineapples, Blackberries,
Raspberries, Tomatoes, Peaches, Pears, Damsons,
<tc. ; Currant, Quince, Peach, and Strawberry Jel
lies : Brandy Peaches and Pears : all of our own
manufacture, and warranted superior to any north
ern goods, and which we offer at low prices.
ANDREW PIZZINI * CO.,
oc 17 807 Broad street.
~~ DEtflSTRY.
/STbORGE B. STEEL, DENTIST,
VT devotes special attention to the pre
wrvation of the NATURAL TEETH i also in*
S ARTIFICIAL ONES UPON GOLD O R
VULCANITE in superior Kyle, and at prices as
low as the same quality of work can be procured
elsewhere. Old cold plate taken in exchange.
Extracting teeth, $1. . . .
Office NoT7 u Main stkbbt, five doora above
Spotawood Hotel, Richmond, \ a- oc 31 ? *m
T^ENTAL NOTICE? REDUCTION!
| 1 IN THE PRICE OF ARTIFICIAL1 ^
TEETH The uadersUned willlnsert FULLt^
PER or LOWER SETS OF ARTIFICIAL
TEETH for TWENTY to THIRTY DOLLARS
A SET. Old ceta will be taken In exchange
for new G?t& oa viQcfiiilte & 8m&?l aGdltloiuu
vice and realdune* Main stroet, between
aigh^dSeventh street,. J0Hy MAHQNY.
?. KLOEBER, DENTIST, i n-jraa
1 i% serts BEAUTIFUIi ARTIFICIAL^SSf
'^EETH at TWENTY DOLLARS per set. Per
ftct fli and durability warranted. Call and see
6Pp?SlcS?-f atteJSJi devoted to filing and pre
, extracted wit ho ut paln.
1 IJentalEooajfl,^?^^^^1- ** 29
AUCTION SALES.
rmtioxY.
By Cook <!t Laughton, AucMoneera,
corner of Governor and Franklin streets.
Excellent assortment of fur
niture, As.. AT AUCTION.- We will
sell at oar store 1 ITIS DAY, at 10 o'clock, an ex
cellent assortment of Parlor and other Fnrnltnrc,
consisting of
Walnut and mahogany sofab.
WALNUT and MAHOGANY ARM-CHAIRS and
BOCKKBS.
CANE md WOOD-SEAT CHaIBS :
BBUtJSELS and other CARPETS and BUGS :
New Oiled WALNUT WARDROBES:
New WALNUT MARBLE-TOP WASHSTANDS;
M % RBLE-TOP OABINETS;
MAHOGANY and STAINED WARDROBES;
New Jenny Lln1 BEDSTEADS, carved:
HAIR and SHUCK MATTBKFSRS, FEATHEB
BEDS, PILLOWS and BOLSTERS:
WALNUT EXTENSION DINING TABLE:
MAHOGANY SIDE-BOABDS and SIDE
TABLES:
Children'* CARRIAGE6', CRIBS, and CRADLES;
C"OKTNG and f>FFI E STOVES ;
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, 4c.
ALSO,
FIFTEEN DOZEN THREE and FOUR STRING
BROOMS.
jal TOOK ft T.ATTOHTON. * nctlonfer*.
By Wellington Goddln,
Auctioneer and Beal Estate Agent.
Handsome building lot, in Sid
ney, ON THE NORTH SIDE OF PLANK
ROAD. NEAR TO DANCE'S SHOP. FOR SALE
AT AUCTION.? Will he sold at auction, on the
premises, on FRIDAY the I sp of January. 1869, at
4 o'clock P. M. , a beautiful LOT located as above,
adjoining the framed tenement recently owned by
the ertate of Fleming Grlfiln. deceased, fronting
27 feet, running hack 170] feet to an alley.
Terms : At sale. W. GOriDTN.
de 30 A nctloneer.
ASSIGNEES' SALE.? By order of the
District Conrt of the United States for the
District of Virginia, of date the 7th day of Decem
ber, 1883, we. trie nnderslgned, shall se'l at public
auction. In front of the United States court-nouse,
in the city of Richmond, on FRIDAY the i6t day
or January, i860, at 1 o'clock P. M., to the highest
bidder, the REAL ESTATE In the county of j
Chesterfield known as the "ROXD*LE DISTIL
LERY," consisting of four acre3 of land, with the
distillery there on.
Terms of Sale : One-third cash : negotiable
notes for the remaining two-thirds of the purchase
money to be given at tlx and twelve months from
day of sale, interest added.
JOHN JOHNS. Jr.,
Assignee of John N. ClarkFon, Bankrupt.
ANDREW BUTHERGLEN,
Assignee ofW.E Parrlsh, Bankrupt,
oe 20? tds
__SEWINOMACmjVES.
b OUTHERN AGENCY
WILCOX & GI BBS'iiP SEWING MACHINE,
815 Maix street, Richmond, Va.,
next door to Adams Express office.
Constantly on hand a large stock of these popu
lar M ACHINES, with all the recent Improvements,
which, for simplicity, durability, and the variety
of work done with them, make it the most desira
ble Machine in market. Hie simplest mind can
learn to work them
JAMES E. A. GIBBS, Proprietor,
de 54? 3m P. E. GIHBS. Agent.
p REAT IMPROVEMENT IN SEWING
IT MACHINES ? I have been appointed agent
for the Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine, which
has been greatly improved recently ; also, agent
for the original f,loat Elliptic Improved. Old Sloat
Elliptic Machines repaired and greatly Improved
by the application of all the new attachment# and
improvements, and full instructions for their use
given gratis, at No. 17 Ninth street, near Main.
General repairs done at Union Manufacturing
Company's Works, No. 1511 Cary stre9t, near Fif
teenth.
de 9-lm? GEORGE H. BBOWN, Agent.
SEWING MACHINES OF ALL KINDS
PROPERLY REPAIRED AT REASON
ABLE RATES.
AH PARTS or SEWING MACHINES fur
nished.
Sloat Elliptic and Wheeler A Wflkw Machine
NEEDLES for s?le, aa well as HEMMERS,
BBAIDKR3, TUCKEB3, MARKERS, CORD
EES, and GATHEREB8 for the same machines?
the improvements (so called) put on these ma
chines. BLOAT & ADDINGTON,
dp J ? lm 1415 Cary street, near Fonrteentb.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, Ac.
TROCHES OF CARBOLIC COMPOUND,
highly recommended for sore throat, diphthe
ria, astuma and coughs generally. Also, Fougcra's
Iceland Moss Paste ; GuflVoy's Cod Liver Oil;
P--aRee'8 and liegeman's Chlorate Potass Lozen
ges. Sold by L. WAGNER, Druggist,
ja 1 ? it* corner Sixth and Broad streets.
CALL AT JOHN W. BISON'S AND THY
the EXCELSIOR SPRING WATER (on
draught) fresh from the spring at Saratoga. No.
223 corner Main and Third streets, s!g/? of hlgreo
mortar. Sole proprietor of Bison's Tobacco Anti
dote. Bison's Cough Mixture. Prescilptlons care
fully compounded. de 30
DON'T FAIL TO GET YOUR PR1B
ECRIPTION3 put up at the cheap Drug
store of J. KINDER v'ATER & BOCK.
50 i Broad street, near Fifth.
Prescriptions compounded by a competent drug
gist. de 22
DYES TUFFS.? LOGWOOD (ground),
EXTRACT LOGWOOD, REDWOOD,
FUSTIC, TUMERIC, ANNELINE, COCHI
NEAL, INDIGO, <Sc., for sale by
de 18 DOVE & MOSELEY.
P1
RICE'S GLYCERINE (English), the
only PERFECTLY PURE and INODOROUS
ARTICLE in the market, for Internal or external
use. For sale by
J. BLAIE, Drugirtst,
no 28 825 Broad street.
PURE GLYCERINE.? 50 poundn IN0
DOROUS WHITE GLYCERINE, Just re
ceived, for sale by
A. BODEKER & BROTHER,
de 7 Drujrjrista.
P~ HYSICIANS AND FAMILIES
mav depend upon having their
PRESCRIPTIONS SKILVULLY AND CARE
FULLY PREPABED
with the best materials by
S. W. FARRAR,
Church Hill Pharmacy, corner
de 8 Twenty-sixth and Broad streets.
?
_ TOILET ARTICLES.
For "the
Hall's Hair Restorer. Juniata Hair Im
proving Tonic, Chevalier's Life for the Hair, and
other popular preparations, sold by
L. WAGNER, Drnggist,
ja 1 It* corner Sixth and Broad streets.
F(
OR CHAPPED SKIN or any irritation
or rou/hness of the skin, MEADB & BA
KER'S ANDaLUsIAN BALM is a certain cure,
de a
WHITE TEETH AND SOUND AND
HEALTHY GUMS insured by using
MEaDE <fc BAKER' <1 SAPoNlNE DEJN1I
FRICE. Approved by all of our best dentists,
de 31
Tetter and ringworm speedily
CURED by using MEADE A BAKBR'S SPE
CIFIC. Well-fcnown citizens certify to its efll
cacy. ?le 31
For chapped skin.? callopoion,
an elegant article, free from grease ; one of
the most agreeable and delightful preparations for
the purpose intended. CoLD CREAM, freshly
prepared. For sale by
de 19 PIJRCFLL. LAPP A CO. Druggists^
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FINE
Pomades, Extracts Soaps, Farina Cologne,
ami Lubiu's Extracts. Pnffa, and Puff-boxes, for
sale at J. KINDERVATER & BOCK'S,
di! 13 W4 Broad street.
SEINE THREAD, Ac.
gEINE TWINE AND SEINE THREAD?
ALL Kl'MB?BS<
ALSO,
LINE FOR HANGING SEINE,
LEVY BROTHERS,
de 30 Nos. 1213 and 1215 Main street.
SEINE THREAD ! SEINE THREAD ! !
Received and for sale, four thousand pounds
[NTS THREAD, of my own importation, manu
factured to my order expressly for tbls market.
Warranted the best In the city and at less price
than It can be purchased elsewnere. A call le so
licited and bargains guaranteed.
L. L1CHTENSTEIN,
1707 Franklin street between
de 29? 3m Seventeenth and eighteenth streets.
moy works.
~\TEW MACHINE SHOP.? SL0AT & AD
1^1 DIN GTON, lill Cary street, near Fourteenth .
STEAM-ENGINE and BOILER REPAIRING
in city and country ; Tobacco Machinery of all
kinds made new and repaired : Scales of all kinds
repaired and adjusted ; HZ WIN 't MACHINES of
all kinds repaired, and all parts for same furnished,
and the LATE IMPROVEMENTS put on the
BLOAT ELLIPTIC and WHEELER 3t WILSON
SEWING MACHINES. BLOAT ELLIPTIC MA
CHINES for sale and purchased. Exclusive agents
for supplying the Judson Patent Governor and
Valves for steam-engines, also for the celebrated
Selden's Patent Packing for steam-engines, and
for the great and useful Laths Chuck made by
Messrs. JB. Horton & Son.
GEORGE B. BLOAT,
Tin 1? 2m A. JACKSON ABPTXTRT^N.
/CONCENTRATED LYE? a preparation
by the nse of which every family can make
their own soap at a trifling expense? f< ? ?. a1c bv
de 25 A. BoDEKJiK * BLOTllEit.
AircrraON S^ES.
"FUTURE DA.T.
C* OMMISSIONER'S SALE OF NINETY
* J THBEE ACBEH OF WOOD LAND NEAB
KTLBY'S MILL, TN HANOVER COUNTY. -
By virtue of a decree of tbe circuit court for the
city of Richmond pronouncd on tbe 5th day of
December. 1888. la the case of " Hawea vg. WbltJn*
and Gmter." tbe undersigned, & special commis
sion* r thereby appointed for the purpose, will sell
a", pnbllc auction. In front of Hanove* court-house,
on the S8TIT DAT OF JAM7ABY, 1889. that being
court-day, tbe TBACT OF LAND containing
about ninety-three acres situated near Kllby'g
mlU and very near the railrotd, b?!n? the same
land recently purchased by Grnrge W. Rretter rt
M. !>. "Whiting. an<1 adjoining the farm of Colonel
W. B. Winn and others
Tkhms : For sufficient in cash as to defray all the
exp?n?es of sale and to discharge a Judgment
for fclf>8 with Interest from the 27th day of A njnist,
U68, till paid, a* well as to pay tne tax?s now due
upon said property and the cost* of the snlts : as
to the residue, one-half payable at six months and
other half at twelve months, purchaser gl vine his
neirotUble notes, well endorsed, for the credit in
stalments. and title to the nropertv to be retained
until a deed la directed by tbe court.
WILLIAM JOSIAH LEAKE.
Special Commissioner.
ja l? Ftd B. F. Tiyfi/?Y. * nctionoer.
By James M. Taylor & Son, Auctioneers,
No. 8ti Main street,
three doors below spotswood Hotel.
TBU8T SALE oF*V ALU ABLE REAL
FSTATE AT AUOTION.-By virtue of the
provisions of a deed of trast dated the 24'h da/ of
Pec em her, 1*59, executed by Bobert Wlllett to
BenJ*min Chalk, trr^tee. and also by virtue of the
provisions of another dwd (if trust dated the 13th
day of Febi'iiarv. igffl, by said Robert Wlllett to
John B. Young, trustee, to secure tbe payment of
certain delits mentioned and described In raid
de?-ds, the same being of record In the CleTk's
office of Richmond Hustings Court, ihe under
signed, John B. Young, trnstee In the second
named of said deeds and Edward V. Cannon, sub
stituted tru-,t*ein the first named of said deeds (the
s*ld Benjamin Chalk, the former tru'tee, hiving
departed this life), will, at the request and by the
direction of the beneficiary In said deeds, on
TU&fD aY the 12th day of January, I860, at the
hour of 4 P. M., If fair, If not. the next fair day
thereafter, offer for sale at auction, on the prem
ises, the following REAL ESTATE mentioned and
descibed in said deeds as follows ; That certain
lot or parcel of land in the city of Richmond de
signated in a plan of French Garden, in said city,
as Lot No. 8, the same b#lng 30 teet wide and
running back 330 feet aud fronting on Ninth street
(continued), with all the improvements thereon.
Terms OF 8 alk : Cash a< to so much of tbe pro
ceeds of sale ao may be sufficient to defray the ex
pense of the sale and to discharge tbe sum of. Jtfoo
with interest thereon from th? ?4th of ember,
185P : and the f.irther snm.of fl38.?Aj>ffh interest
t hereon from the Uth of February, 1881 ; and as to
the residue of the purchase money, on such
terms of credit as the personal representative of
Robert Wlllett may direct, or In default of such
direction, on such terms as the said trustees sh til
see (It on the day of sale.
ThH said lot is a desirable one, and the title 's
believed to be indisputable, bnt the nndesijrned.
selling as trustors, * UI of course convey with the
usual special Warranty.
EDWARD Y. CANNON.
Substituted Trustee.
JOHN B. Y?>UN6, Trustee.
<*ale to be conducted by James M. Taylor &
Sox. Auctioneers. . de 31
By James M. Taylor & Son, Auctioneers,
Office 821 Main street,
three doors below Spotswood Hotel.
TWO NEAT FRAMED TENEMENTS IN
SIDNEY AT THtt SOUTHWEST CORNER
OF DOVER AND BELVIOKRE STREETS FOR
SALE AT ATTCTIOV.-WIll be sold on SATUR
DAY the 2d day of January. 18W. on tte premises,
at half-past 3 o'clock P. M., the two FRAMED
TENEMENTS as above located, containing four
rooms each The lots front about 30 feet, each on
Dover street, running back the usual depth.
Terms : At sale.
JAMES M. TAYLOR ft 80N,
de 31 Auctioneers.
By Gruhbs A Williams, Auctioneers,
Eleventh street between Main and Hank.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE. ? THE
VJ very VALUABLE COAL PHMFERTY
IN CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, LOCATED IN
THE GREAT COAL BASIN OF VIRGINIA,
AND KNOWN AS THE CUNLIFFE MINES,
FOR SALE AT AUCTION.? As commissioner
appointed by the Circuit Court of Chesterfield
county in the" case of 44 Agnes Cunllffe vs. Cunllffe
et I will sell at auction, upon the premises,
on WEDNESDAY the 9th day of January, at 12
o'clock M., the PROPERTY above referred to,
lying on botlisi?tes of the Richmond and Danville
railroad, twelve miles from Richmond, and In the
same basin of coal as the celebrated Black Heth
colliery.
It embraces about 140 acres of land, nearly the
who?e of which contains coal of a superior quality.
A shaft has been sunk 325 f<et. from which alone,
by the judicious expenditure of a little capital, 100
tons of superior coal conld be produced dally for
an Indefinite period. T he natural formation and
deposit of the coal Is favorable to the most profit
able working: nnd the situation of the propertv,
Immediately on the railroad, affords every facility
for transportation. It has upon it a lar>;e dwelling,
which has been reeenlly repaired.
In the estlmaMon of experienced miners this is
the most valuable coal property In VirKlula now In
the market.
Ticiims : One-fourth cash ; balance ac two, three,
and four years, with interest payable semi-an
nually, the purchaser to execute notes satisfacto
rily endorsed, the title being rttiined by the court
until the notes are paid.
BENJAMIN H. NASH, Commissioner.
GBUniiS & WILMAM8, Auctioneers.
no 3"? De 5, 12. 16. 21,25, ?0. Ja L4.S.8
Auction sale at c h a r l o t t e
COURTHOUSE. -The TO B ACCO PRIZl NG
ESTABLISHMENT at KVysville, heretofore ad
vertised for sale. will be offered at public auction
at Charlotte Courthouse on MONDaY, January 4,
1869.
TERMS : Which will be liberal, marie at sale, to
be conducted under the direction of John Booker,
Esq.
de 22 -lit NQLTING & KOHLER.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE
REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY IN
MECKLENBURG ? OUNTY, VA?By virtue of
an order of the District Court of the United States
for the district of Virginia. In the matter of Wil
liam Baskervlll, Jr.. in bankruptcy, entered on
the 17th day of November, 18C8, 1 shall, on WED
NESDAY the 13th day of January, 1889, sell upon
the premises, to the highest bidder, at public auc
tion, the TRACT OF L A^D upon whfifh the said
Baskervlll resides, upon Kounoke river, and
known as "BUENA VISTA, " containing TWO
THOUSAND THRRE HUNDRED ACRES
more or less ; of which three hundred acres is
river bottom, and fifty acres creek flats. About
one-half of the tract is In forest.
There are two settlements on the tract? one, the
MANSION-HOUSE, containing eight rooms in
good repair ; the other, a FRAMED DWELLING
wl:h four rooms; each having adjacent all neces
sary out-houses. The barns, granaries, and out
houses of all descriptions are ample, and Jng od
condition. The land will be sold in two or more
Tkbms of Sale : One-third of the purchase
money to be paid in cash, and the residue in six
and twelvemonths, the purchaser giving bond with
satisfactory security for the deferred payments.
The title to he retained as additional security.
At the same time and upon the same terms I
shall offer for sale ilie Interest of the said Basker
vlll (it being one-flrth) in the tract of land known
as 44 LOMBARDY GROVE." recently held by the
late Mrs. Lucy G. Baskervlll as tenant for life, the
said tract containing EIGHT HUNDRED ACRES
more or less.
I shall also, at the same time and place, sell the
following personal propertv? to wit, 4 MULEtJ, 2
HORSES, stock of CATTLE and PHEPrP, and
PLANTATION UTENSILS. The personal pro
perty to be sold for cash- S. R.JOHNSON.
do 12? td Assignee of William Baskervlll, Jr.
FURNITURE, Ac.
pURNITURE WAREROOMS,
OPPOSITE FOSTOFFICE, MAIN STREET.
In resuming business we desire to call the atten
tion of tte public to our stock of
FURNITURE,
MATTRESSES,
BEDDING, &c.,
manufactured by the most experienced workmen, I
luiduf tlui pOfCljaiCd OUT* I
stock after a heavy decline, we are selling at
prices that will induce all In want of articles In
our line, after examining our goous, to buy. Mr.
K. V. HiTTXK, son of the late William Kitter, Is
Interested In our business, and will be rioted to
see liLs frlend3. Amongst our stpek will be found
very superior
ttua&WOOD CHAMBER 8 CITS,
WALNUT CHAMBER SUITS,
OAK CHAMUER bUITS,
PARLOR FURNITURE,
DINING-ROOM FURNITURE,
"WARDROBES,
BUREAUS,
BEDSTEADS,
WASHSTANDS,
CHaIKS of all kinds,
feluEBOARDs,
ROCKING-CHAIRS,
MATTRE-SEtf,
EXTENSION TABLES,
B'>.?KCaSES,
LOOKING-GLASSES.
CRIBS, CRADLES, Ac.,
with a variety of other articles.
samupl w. harwood,
ja 1 ? It* 1C11 find lou Main street.
Furjtiture and mattress ware
rooms,
OPPOSITE POSTOFFICE, MAIN STREET.
We are now offering a very superior stock of
CHAMBER, Pa_kLOR, and DINING FURNI
TURE ; also. MATTRESS KS of all kinds, manu
factured in Richmond.
We invite all in want of articles in our line to
examine our stock, as in commencing business
again wa -will sell at such very low prices ai to in
duce air to buy.
Furniture REPAIRED and UPHOLSTERED.
HARWOOD A R1TTER,
de 24 opposite the pottofllce, Main street.
^PPOMATTOX PAPER
SLWFAUTURING COMJ'AKY,
PETEB8BUBG, VA,,
manufacturers and dealers In all kinds of
NEWa,
WBAPPma,
JOB,
AXD
BOOK PAPJEE8.
Orders filed with accuracy and dispatch.
The highest market price paid for COTTON
RA08. VuD BOgj Kg, FAiiTilLKTS. NKW8
PAriiLB^. AO 7? 4l,8wAw
AUCTION SAXES.
FPTUBJE DAY.
By James M. Taylor A lion, Auctioneers,
No . 931 Main street,
three doors below the gpotswood Hotel.
SALE OP HOUSK~AND LOT, IN RICH
MOND. UNDER DECREE OF COURT?
Pursuant to a decree of the Circuit Conrt of the
city of Richmond entered on the 4th of December,
IMi In the chancery snlt of Gates against Tyler's
administrator, Ac . I shall on IHURSOAY tfic 7tb
? - * ' ' ?? M ? ?<?ll1
terms ' Onc-uuro cw , mc icuumm, </> ? -
of six and twelve months, taking from the
chaser negotiable notes with Interest added - -
the day of sale, and retaining the title until tbe
?whole purchase be paid.
The lot is In the city of Richmond on the eastern
side of Hi. James street between Baker and Charity,
fronting on St James street thirty feet, and run
ning bark one hundred and thirty feet in an eastern
direction- The lot has on It a *ood framed dwell
ing. THOMAS J. EVANS,
Special Commissioner.
Sale to he conducted by Jahes M. TAYLOn A
Son*, * uctlonerrs. do 33 ? lit
By S. N. Davis,
Seal Estate Agent and Auctioneer,
corner Elc venth and Main streets.
r* OMMTSSIONER'SSAItE OF A FRAMED
\ J DWELLING ANT? LOT ON THE COB
NEB OF TWENTY-FIFTH AND J ACE SON
STREET**, CHURCH HILL ? By virtue of a de
cree of the Circuit Conrt of the city of Bichmond
pronounced on tbe SOth day of November, 1?M, In
the case of Kelly nnd wife and ate. v9. Woodson's
Administrator and als , I will sell at pnbllc auc
tion, on the premises, on WEDNESDAY the litb
day of JuDaary, 1369, at 4 o'clock P. M., that
TH?EE-STORY FRAMED D UELLING, con
taining about six rooms, situated as above de
scribed.
Terms : One-third cash : balance at six, twelve,
and eighteen months, purchaser giving bonds with
c cod security, interest added. Title retained untU
the further order of the conrt.
CHA8TAIN WHITE;
de 26 Special Commissioner.
By H. Benson,
Beal Estate Auctioneer, Charlottesville, Va.
ABEATTTTPUL~LiTTLE FARM OF
ONE HTTNDKED AND KlFTY-^WO AND
LA HALF ACRES, ONE MfLE FROM CHAR
LOTTESVTLLE AND THRRE-QrTARrERH OF
A MILE FROM THE TiNIVE b.-TTY OF VIR
GINIA. WITH ALL THE CROPS, FARMING
UTENSILS. HORSES, BATTLE, Ac.. AT AUC
TION? A t the request of Mr. Charles Wood, who,
hiving purchased an estate near St. Louis, intends
moving in a few weeks, we will sell on TUESDAY
the 12th day of Jannary next, i860, that very beau
tiful LITTLE FARM known as "Rose Valley."
containing OVE HUNDRED AND FIFTY-TWO
SAND A HALF AOFES. wlth'n one mile of the
town of Charlottesville and three-quarters of a
mile of the University of Virginia. The place 1e
well wnoded and watered ; a fine ORCHARD, con
| talning apples, cherries, peaches, Ac. : a VINE
YARD OF GRAPES with over 2,000 vines ; twen
ty-flve acres In clover and timothy. The dwelling- |
house Is a framed bulldingwlth s^ven rooms bo
sides cellars and attic.', very handsomely finished
and arranged. The grounds about the house are
in fine condition, with beautiful shade trees : and
the view of the town and surrounding mountains Is
unsurpassed.
At the same time we will sell his very handsome
FURNITURE.
Tkrms : At sale. II. BENSON,
df 30? eod'ds Auctioneer.
By ?Wellington Ftoddln,
Auctioneer and Heal EstaU Agent.
TRUSTEE'S SALE" OF HOUSE AND
LOT ON THE NORTH LINE OF DUVAL
STREET NEAR TO BROOK AVENUE.? By
virtue of a deed of trust executed to the subscriber
by Mr. John Clash, bearing date S6th March, 1861,
duly recorded In Richmond Hustings Court, I
shall, In execution thereof, proceed to sell atpnb
llc auction, on the premises, on MONDAY the
4th January, 1861). if fair, if not, the first fair day
thereafter, at 3J o'clock I*. 31. the BRICK TENSS
MENT AND LOT on which it stand-, locate ! as
above. now in the occupancy of Mrs. Elizabeth
Franklin as n store and dwelling.
Terms : Whilst the deed requires a rash sale, I
am authorized by the creditor to say that he will
accept these forms ; or, If preferred by the pur
chaser, one third cash ; balance at 4 and 8 months,
bearing Interest, properly secured.
de24? JUwtds M. M. YOUNG. Trustee.
EXECUTORS' SALE IN CHESTER
FIELD ? Will be sold on WEDNESDAY Ihe
tf.h day of January, 1869 at publlo auction, at the
late reside nee of Dr. / nderson Salle, deceased in
Chesterfield, one mile f?om "Tomahawk" (a sta
tion on the Richmond and Danvlile railroad), all
the decedent's FSUISHA RLE ESTATE, Including
two line Ilorse*, sot of Cattle, 5-heep, Hojjs, crops
of Ct.rn and Oats, Farming Implements, including
half interest in a Wheat Machine in good order ;
Household and lvltchen Furniture, &c.
Terms : Stated at sale.
C C. McRAE,
E. H. FLOURVOY,
T. E. MARSHALL,
de 25? 25T)e 11,4 5 6Jan Executors.
HPRUST S^Lfi OF DOVER MILLS PRO
J. PEttTY, Ifif GOOCHLAND COUNTY.-By
virtue of a deed of trust to me as trustee from S.
D. Fisher, dated January 8, 1887, recorded in
Goochland County Court, and by request of the
creditors therein secured (the injunction hereto
fore granted having been dismissed). 1 sliall sell at
public auction, on the premises, on MONDAY the
4th day of January, 1S6&, at 12 o'clock M., if fair,
If not, the first fair day thereafter, that valuable
property known as DOVER MILLS, lying in the
county of Goochland, bounded by the James River
and Kanawha canal, Dover creek, and the lands of
F. P. Hobson. consisting of a TRACT OF LAND
contali 'tg SIXTEEN ACRES more or less, with
the excellent FLOURING MILL. MILLteTONES,
M AOHINERY. F I X T U K E 8, and WATER
RIGHTS; DISTILLERY, DWELLING-HOUSE,
STOREHOUSE, MILLER'S HOUSE, and :i.er
buildings and appurtenances, the whole consti
tuting a well-known and very desirable property,
presenting great attractions to millers, capitalists,
and others.
Teh ms : The deed authorizes a sale for cash as
to a larxe part of the purchase mon?-y, but by con
sent of the creditors, accommodating terms will be
granted, which will be made known at the sale.
R. R. HOWISON,
de4? 2tawtlJan.td Trustee.
PUBLIC SALE OF LARGE AND
VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE ON BOAN
OKE RIVER.? By virtue of a decree rendered
by the Circuit Court of Meeklenbur/r county. Va.,
in the suit of "Wilson and others, plaintiffs, vs. Al
fred Boyd, executor of James vvnltlce, deceased,
and others, defendants. I shall on WEDNESDAY,
2oth day of January, 1869. sell to the highest bidder,
at public auction, upon the premises, the LANDS
belonging to the estate of the late James D. Whit
lee, containing FIFTEEN HUNDRED ACJtiES,
more or less, lying on Roanoke river, in Mecklen
burg county, va. These lands will be sold in three
several tracts? one, known as the "HOME
TRACT," containing SIX HUNDRED and ONE
HALF ACRES, more or less, having up-jn it an
excellent DWELLING-HOUSE comparatively
new. with abundant and excellent bams and other
out-buildlngs ; another, known as "HOLLO
WAYS," containing FIVE HUNDRED AND
NINETY ACRES, more or less, hiving upon it a
comfortable and commodious DWELLING, with
abundant ont-buUdlngs In fair condition ; and an
other. known as the 11 BAIL Y " TRACT, contain
ing about THREE HU*DR1?D ACRES.
A large portion of the two first named tracts is
river bottoms conceded to be of the very best
quality. Tfic fc'gh lands are equal to any In this
section of Virginia. Both tracta are abundantly
supplied with wood aud water. It Is confidently
asserted that thi-se lands are among the most valu
able and desirable to be found within the limits of
Virginia. Persona de6lrlnsr to Invest in real es
tate have here one of the finest opportunities that
will be presented in the Sratc for buying first-rate
lands.
Tebms ok Salk : <noo in cash ; and for the resi
due of the purchase money, a credit of 6, 12, and
IS months, the purchaser giving bond with ap
proved personal fecurlty for the deferred pay
ments, and the title to tie retained as additional
security.
At the request of the parties Interested, tfie pnr
chascr, by payiDg one-third or more or the pur
chase money in cash, will not be required to give
personal security.
"WILLIAM T. ATKINS, Commissioner.
BOYD TON. Va.. I'ecerobtr I". 18M.
The above lands are rented for the year 18?>, and
possession will be given the 1st day of January,
M70. ffle U] W. T. A Commissioner.
TRUSTEES' SALE OF ABOUT EIGH
TEEN HUNDRED AND NINETY-SEVEN
ACRES OF LAND IN, THE COUNTY OV
YORK, IN THE STAT*' OF VIRGINIA, AND
NEAR THE TOWN OF WILLIAMSBURG?
Pursuant to the provisions of a deed of trust exe
cuted by Robert Saunders and Lucy B. bis wife,
bearing date on tbe 1st of January. 1861. and duly
recorded in the County Court of York county, tbe
undersigned, the trustees therein named, at the
request of the creditor secured by esi'd deed, and
having given tbe four months' notice required by
the said deed to the said Robert Saunders of such
requisition, will, on TUESDAY the l?th day of
February, 18?9, at tbe front door of the Exchange
Hotel, In the city of Richmond, at the corner of
Franlclln and Fourteenth streets, at the hour of 12
o'clock M., proceed to sell the REAL ESTATE
conveyed by the deed of trust aforesaid, called
and known as "QUEEN'S CREEK," or so much
or such parts thereof as may he necessary to
satisfy the trust created by the said deed. This
land is situated on Queen's creek, one of the tribu
taries of York river, and but a short distance from
said river, In the countv of York, In tbe State of
Virginia. Vessels drawing fjtir or five feet of wa
ter can ascend this creek to within a few miles of
Williamsburg.
The place is aald to be particularly valuable for
oyster planting. No further description Is now
thought to be necessary, as it hi presumed that any
one desiring to purchase will view the premises
and judge fur himself before the day of ?ale.
The tjckms akk: That the purchaser pay one
half of the purchase money on t he day of sale, and
the balance in two equal pa>ineuts? one on the 1st
day of January, 1870, and the other on tbe 1st day of
January, 1871, aud for which he sbaU execute his
bonds, each to carry Interest from the day of sale
and to be secured by a deed of truiit on said laud.
The undersigned, Talbot Sweuey. residing in the
city of Williamsburg, will take pleasure in show
ing the land to any one desiring to purchase,
B. B. DOUGLAS, )
TALBOT fcWENKY, Trustees.
ALEXANDER DUDLEY, )
dels
FOR REST AT AUCTION,
PUBLIC RENTING JANUARY 2d,'
WTO. OF JACKSON'S RIVER HOTEL, AT
JACKSON'S RIVER DEPOT. CHESAPEAKE
A*>'D OHIO RAILROAD.? This hou?e 1? conve*
nient to Sulphur and Alum Hprtrgs, la la the
midst of flne hunting and fohing grounds, could
be advantageously occupied as a boarding school ;
has been successfully operated for tbe past two
years us a hotel by Messrs. Cogbl'l.
Rent lug for one year. Possession given at once.
JOHN C. '-AUPENTEW,
Administrator Wobcrt Irv1m\ debased.
Jackson's Kiver, D?'cfmlx?r 57th. I&(* fd*J!?td
O A 00 "BOMBAY" BAGS for 8&1?
dfl l byrALM?3J, HAETBOOK * CO.
FOB BEFIT
Dwellings for rent
soma TWO-S TOBY BRICK
I WO on Broad between Eighteenth
streets, conUlnl ng tlx room* ; kite ^
*v?? *SXb!e THR**- STORY
DWELLING, No.
inr ten room* : kitchen, *c.; with *aa and w*
??t TW*wfroRY ?TU(fcorD DWELtJ
on the eut ?lde of Twenty- third between M an
streets. containing foar rooms {kitchen, Ac.
FRAME COTTAGE, corn*rT wen ty-fourtb
M street*. contain 'nj Ave rooms ; kite ben, ,
with warden attached.
TWO-HTOKY HKirx DWXLLIVG. cor*
Twenty-elirhth and Lelsrh streets, container ,
roopf ; kitchen. Ar.j In nice repair
TVO-PTORY FRAMfc DWELLING. on t
south side of Clay between Twen y-#fxfh *
V Zll h fi,? "*>??. 4c.
THREF-HTORY BRICK DWELT I VG. cor
T wenty-e'/rbtb and Grace ntreefs. contalntoir ?4
rooms ; bl'cbtn. Ac., and a and water.
TW^-STORY FRAME DWELLING* on T
tv-slxth bttween Clay and Leltfi. with fl'e rr
Ac. _
HR7CK jyWEfl.TVG, corner Sixteenth
Marshall stree's. with five rooms. Ac.
NEAT FRAMF ' OTTAGK. on the northed
corner Twenty-e'*hth and T.eljrb streets. eontaL
nj? /ITT rr^rm * ; kitchen ; with trar fieri attar b*<i.
THK DW*LLIKGS over tnrc* new ?tore? ?
Marshall between Fifth and Sixth stre?ta? wit,
three sulUot rooms on each tl^or, w?U suited fc
policemen, Ac-: water convenient.
_ STORES FOR RENT. ?
One of those STORES on Marshall b
tween Fifth and Sixth streets.
STORE corner C.'ary and Virginia streets.
STORE corner I Ijrh'eenth and Main street#.
TWO STORES, one brick and t he other fraa?
on Main between Twentv-first and Twcnty-%
cond s'reets, wl?h DWELLING over same.
??TORE corner Tw>nty-flfth and Main street*,
with DWELLING over ?ime ?
Apply to LYVW A BROTHER,
Bcal Estate Agents an'! \netloneer*,
Ja l_>t lug Main street.
F~OR RENT, the DWELLING- IIQUSE^
on the southwest corner of Clay and He?M*
<v>ncl streets. It has eljrht ro^ms : kitchen win
two rooms Immediate possession Riven.
Jal-at jAMKa M. TAYLOR A SOW.
FOR RENT, the DESIRABLE 8T0RE
and DW CELLING on the northeast corner,
of Broad and Eighth streets.
Ja 1? 3t JAMKS M. TAYT.OR A SOK.
FOR RENT, four or five DESIRA-f*
BLK ROOM;*, furnished <>r unfurnished, *3
In a convenient nelghborhond. Terms modern*
to a (rood tenant. F-?r further particulars apply at
is?. ?os f'ary street, between Third and Fourth.
Jal-.lt
Foe rent, two new ware-#*
HOHaES fronting oa north side basin, JH.
south side Cary between Tenth and Eleventh
strcjw, Ave stories each, with water and water
closets, will be rented In whole, or each front sepa
rately. Also, the Cary-street front of the upper |
tenement. First-rate stand for commission mery
'K1 Al""?t? J.t,. APrERMS.
FOR RENT, a portion of that de?i-*{||
rable REHMJKNCE. altnated on ByrdHI
street between Third and Fourth, No. J
CARBIAGE-H0U?* and STABLE, attach** f
References exchanged. de 31 - ?t*
FOR RENT, the handsome newly-#*
furnished hall known as "COVENANT*".
HALL,1' on Capitol between Ninth and Tenth
streets, fitted expressly for the mectlnr of 10
and societies. Can be rented for several nlghta la
the wees. Apply ^jLLIAM t.oveNSTKIN,
de 30 lw at l evy Brother*
F)R RENT, THE BRICK COTTAGE,
BESIDKNCENo. 633 Fifth norlhm
of Leigh. Has six rooms. besides tltch?*
three rooms. Gas and water en the preini -
A puiy next door, at No. ?5 rtc
FOR RENT.? Mrs. WAYT, JJJO tfl
Broad street, between Tweif^nd TMgJJI
teenlh streets, has two L&Ugtfggg HHSrSd
BERS. nicely furnished, which she will rent, wkj
board
For rent, business offioesj
over the store occupied w uei^
Brothers, on Cary street betw?-e n?Th ' ^7*5. t: * i
Fourteenth. Apply to W. B. ROBINS fj
de 13? 4t 1003 Main street, corncr^eotn^yj
OR RENT, the STORE on Thir-j
teenth street between Mntnand^arjl
(formerly "Our House"). containing Ibreen*
and cellar. T h's is a very de?irablp stand, an|
a good tenant the rent will be >""deMte. An
to HILL A OODDlNKKeal ***?"?
de 30? 3t *-? - ?,lg>? Main strefr
F" OR RENT, a very DKSIRABti#
DWELLING on the west side of Sevcati*?
between Clay and Leigh streets, and opp^sl* w \
residence of B. A. Lanrasfr, k.81m4 contaVntw
ten rooms, gas, water, water-closeU, etc. , sltcw l
with ample room for aervmts. Also, wooa M,l
coal-houses . Possession at once. Apply to 1
de 23 - St J. L. A?-? *
F^OrT rENT, THOSE TWO FINE, I
' LARGE DWELLIKGX on Lhe south I
side of Franklin between Seventh and Eigbtbj
streets, recently occupied by ?>r Mlnntgerode awl
Mr. UaskervlU, each containing thirteen rooms 1
water, ga-?. water-closets; kitchens with atnplij
room, stables, carriage-houses, Ac. Possessiotj
at once. Apply to
do 2!1? at .1. L AI'PKRHON.
F "orient, THE DWELLING overj
UlJR HTORE, containing seven rooms^!
and kitchen with two rooms. The whole premises |
have been thoroitKhly repaired and painted.
Hl/NDLEV & TATIJM,
de 28 528 Kroad street.
F' OR RENT, the STORE and BASE^jft
MKNT No. 818 Broad strewt. In the best**
business locality; also, FURNISHED ROOMS,
with all the modern improvements, in the upper
part of the same house. Apnly to
de 25-flt H. L. WIG ANI).
FOR RENT, the fine IRON-FRONT#*
STORE No. 14C9 Main street, with flueJd
cellar attached, now occupied by Wlnstoek A Le
vin. Po* session piven In a few days, t or terms
apply on the premises to , _____
WIN8TOCK A LEVIN,
de 19? 3w Auctioneers.
F)R RENT, the STORE on Broad
street between Ninth and Tenth and
next door to Mr. >J. L. Cox's shoe store ; *l?o. tno
smaller STORE adjoining Messrs. Cardozo, Alsop
A Fournurean. Apply to
MANN S. VALENTINF,
de 18? eod2w 120* Main street. -
OR RENT, the BASEMENT ROOMS
of residence No. 9U Marshall street.,
Apply to JOHN B. CARY, of
de 17 ARMfSTEAD A CARV.
ICE-HOUSE FOR RENT.? I offer for?
renttho well-known ICE-HOUSE on Lom-ffl*
bard street, Petersburg. This honse was -built ex
pressly for the purpose to which it has long been
devoted, and has no sunerlor in the southern States.
It has long enjoyed lhe largest patronage of any
Ice-house in the city. Possession flven January
1st. For terms. Ac., apply to
DAVIS, FeterabnrgrV*^
de 7? lm HENRY DAVIS, Petersburg^
WANTS.
WANTED, by a young man of eight
years' experience, a SITUATION ae
MANAtiF.R or aS-Ij?Ta NT In a tobacco factory.
Is willing to make himself useful and to work for a
moderate salary. Satisfactory references (riven as
to business fjual Ideations, Ac. Act communica
tions will be promptly attended to by addressing
S. T. P., Richmond poatofllce. JU-ft
B"0ABDWANTEdYnA RESPfiCWLE
private family or boardlnfc^Jonae, with fur
nished room, by a pentlema# and bis Mfe. Ad
dress "C. D. B.," DlsptUrh ofllce, statin# term;,
location, Ac. References given and required.
Ja I? it ,
Qvncx Sonroac and Richmond b? kamius, )
Richmond, December Jt, x?m. ( ?
CONSIGNEES WANTED for FREIGHT.,
marked? viz.. i
WILSON, M'ns. N.
GRiSSATT, W.
BROWN, GEORGE. Apply to
(less ? 3t ' L. B 'k A.TUM. Agent.
WANTED. CANVASSERS FOR SUP *
unnirYivX BOOK;*. One hundred
lars p*r month can e jhII v &s Ad<1rt ?s po*tc
ofSc*- box ?7, tdcbmond.
WANTED, a BAKER to talco charge
of Bread and Cake Baking
de 31 ? ll* C. McN'AIti, Mane heater.
TTIDES WANTED. /
DRY, GREEN1, AND SALTED,
for which the highest market price will be paid by
0. H. CHALKLEY & CO.,
de 20?131 Leather Dealers, Thirteenth street^
WANTED, A FIRST-RATE COLORED i
washer and isonbr ana ho dm?
SERVANT. Apply at No. ?3S fifth strt*t. uortt
of Lelgu. Be?t recommendation* required in C
hlKhest ?j(?t (riven. de J?? ft
W~ ANTED, TwHITE MAN to attend a
fjib'e and inllk cows. Mutt understand
the builfcM thoroughly, and come well rec.ni
inended.J Apply at my hr.u#e, In Foit Ma? a, bffc
low Kocfctts. [deW? tt?) R REUSE*
WAITED? TO RENT- A PIANO. Ad
<t*ejsa poetofllce box 114, or A. M., at this
office. I de I ?- Jt
w A^TED. ? An experienced middle
id single gtnUemau. having testimonials
saoro of i be Uuiv?:r?llv of Virginia and
rornicr pitrons, deilrcs a SCHOOL. lie teache#
English Vrencb German Spanish. Anglo-Saxon,
Latin, ircek. Book-keeplug, and Mathematics.
>dd-e*? giving rrterencea and lerau B. K.,
Hlcka/o tl. OrvensvlHe. Va. de 7? dttThSswlm
STED, a first-class cook,
1 rit-HER and IRON*H. and GIB!, to do
! ir^ue^oik lo a mall family. * bite ser
vants pi ftirrtd. recommendation* from last em
plduy?l KXP8F.SS oyyicE.
HID s"W ANTED.? HiriMft caeh pricet
p. ^or DRYorGRE^mDE8KbW
Office t Manchester Tannery, Ufl Main *cr**
Rlchmop. aol>. '
w
fffnerai
w
i sted; ?
? w : tENRY AND SPKNCEB RIFLES.
iJLT'S AND REMINGTONS
h, h. J5UTHERLA SIX Gmu?*k?,^
bT 1404 Main, or M Broad
aot-n Kichm^^M

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