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THURSDAY JANUARY H, 1869
,
Kl>ITOR?AI, ( ORTlFSPOXDESd,.
Wash r no ton, January 12, 1W?9.
Tt is understood here, upon undoubted
authority, that the habeas cftrpiis canes in
Virginia were summarily checked by Judge
Chase, -who informed Judge Underwood
that his proceeding were wrong, and if
continued he should be forced to go down
to Richmond and take his seat. He insist
ed that Underwood should hear the casep
in chambers, so that appeals could be
taken, and thus prevent the discharge of
the convicts. The case of Jeter Phillips
will not be permitted to take the course of
that of Fally Anderson. It may possibly,
and probably will, get no further than it
has gone; but if it takes a step onward,
the question of the power of the court
which convicted him to try him wiil be
taken up by appeal and settled before he is
set at liberty. But it is quite probable pro
ceedings will go no further.
Of course everybody understands that
the habeas corpus cases were gotten up
simply to intimidate the Virginia office- {
holders and drive them from their places,
in order that the hungry eelf-styled loyal
ists waiting outside might be admitted to
warm themeelves by official fires, and pur
chase their food with official compensation.
The taxes to pay which arc paid by the
men whom these " loyalists " falsely style
" rebels."
The first two cases were quite sufficient
for their purposes, and they really did not
want any more. Underwood was much
embarrassed by the Jeter Phillips case. It
was more than he bargained for. The two
npgro cases were exactly in his line ? espe
cially Sally Anderson, who was sentenced
to be hum 7? a horrible thing to the north
ern mind, which is strongly disinclined to
hanpiDg, and cannot tolerate the hanging
of a woman. The grave offence of Sally ?
her attempt, besides house-burning, to burn
alive a little infant ? was kept rather hidden
beneath Underwood's tender reference to
her ns of "the feebler sex of the feebler"
race." And he endeavored to quiet public
apprehension by proclaiming that no
harm was done, and that no more con
victs would probably be set at liberty.
"But having opened the door for their de
livery, it was not for him to shut it ; and
the interposition of Judge Chase has no
doubt protected the State from the conse
quences of the Underwood infringements of
law for party purposes.
The committee of "nine " are still actively
cngnged in the pursuit of their object with
continued encourngement. To-day Mr.
Stuart, the chairman, received a kind let
ter from Horace r.reeley concurring heartily
in the objects of the committee, and paying
that he will use his influence in their he
half. He moreover communicates sugges
tions which the committee will make avail
able.
The Radical committee arc here, illumi
nated with the ample and ruddy features
of "Old Rye." They are button-holing
members with uncommon zeal and activity :
but Congress has beeu sorely tried with the
persevering applications of these " adven
turers " and native coiiperators. They nre
tired of them, and the testimony which
these eager "loyalists" have given has
been so entirely in the line of what is
called " swift " that very often of late their
causo has been seriously damaged, as
"Wallace" has already informed you.
They tell awful stories? too terrible for
credibility. Those stories are too well
understood. They were needed in the
great campaign, and were used with ad
vantage. But in this matter of reconstruc
tion Congress is obliged to have some regard
for the welfare of the country ? it must look
forward to the necessity of placing the
southern governments in at least some con
siderable degree in the hands of competent
and reliable persons. Thie is essential 10
the safety and prosperity of the southern
StateB, and to that extent of the Union.
To-morrow the committee of " nine " will
appear before the " Reconstruction " Com
mittee. The interview will be interesting.
An interview during the course of the
week will be held with the Senate Commit
tee of the Judiciary. C.
PETERS 11 11 KG LETTER.
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.
Methodist Sunda y school A ssocia t ion of 1 'tr
yinia ? Approaching Meeting ?Measures
to Jurtend a Hearty Reception,
Pktkrsburo, Va., January 13, 1800.
The subjoined information will doubtless
be interesting at least to such of your read
ers -who arc connected with the numerous
and most respectable denomination to which
it has reference :
The Funday-echool AHBOciation of the
Methodist Episcopal Conference of Virginia
will meet in this city on the first Tuesday
in April. Last night the Board of Mana
gers of the Sunday-school Association ot
Petersburg had a meeting in order to make
timely arrangements for the reception of
their friends, who are expected to attend
in large numbers. It is expected to be un
occasion of great interest, to be sigualized
by mass meetings and public addresses.
The contemplated movement goes far to
confirm the opinion sometime since ex
pressed by your correspondent, that the
Methodists are far ahead of any other
branch of the Christian Church in uphold
ing and forwarding the Sunday-school
cause. In this city their earnestness has
long been conspicuous, aud now we have
evidence that it extends throughout the
limits of the Conference. Cannot the other
Christian Churches see something in the
noble example of their brethren worthy of
emulation ? S.
EETTEK FKOM LEXINGTON.
Coi rcsiKmiieuce ol" the Richmond Dispatch.
Our People on the " Conference " ? Exami
nations?Anniversary of Vie Graham So
ciety? Lecture before the Young Men's
Christian Association by the liev. Dr.
Harrows.
Lkxixgtox, Va., January 11, 1869.
Our people have had no public meeting
in reference to the new Conservative move
ment, and it iB eomewhat difficult to say
where they stand ; but the impressiou
eeems to be that the majority of our citi
zens aro opposed to the movement, and in
favor of coming to a vote on the Under
wood-I>ayno "constitution."
The boys at the College and Institute
continue to deport themselves with the
* most exemplary propriety. Your corre
fe^jpondent has not seen a drunken student
^B^r cadet during the session. Not even
CitinBtmas frolics " were indulged in.
They have just gotten through their " in
termediate " examinations at tiio Institute,
and we learn that the cadets generally ac
quitted themselvea with credit.
The " intermediates " at the college
will begin in a short time, and the boys
?em busy with their preparation.
The Graham 8ociety has its anniversary
the 10th of this month. The orator of the
occasion? -Mr. C. C. Garrett, of Texas? has
I v fine reputation among bis cliss-mates,
and will doubtleis make a creditable
speech.
Un last, night (Sunday) Rev. Dr. Bur
i-owa, of your city, addressed the Young
Men's Christian Association of the college
in the chapel. The pastors of the town
kindly suspended their usual evening ser
vices, and the spacious chapel was crowded
to its utmost capacity with a deeply-inte
rested audience, lie announced as his
theme, "Christianity Essential to the Per
petuity of Popular Government."
The distinguished speaker made an unan
swerable argument to sustain his positions,
interspersing it with a richness of illus
tration and a beauty of diction rarely
heard. For upwards of an hour he held
his congregation ? no one seeming to be
weary, but all delighted with the lecture.
Indeed we have seldom heard an address
which seemed to give more universal plea
sure and satisfaction, or to have produced a
finer impression for good.
Dr. Burrows delivered to-night a lecturc
for the benefit of the Lexington Baptist
Church " building fund." Subject ? " Car
!yle on John Howard."
It was an unanswerable vindication of
Howard from Carlyle's sneers, and an in
imitable sketch of the carecr of the great
philanthropist.
To-morrow evening the Doctor gives a
"reading" at the Institute by special re
quest of the corps of cadets, and on Wed
nesday evening he lectures on "Compara
tive Psychology, or Man and the Lower
Animals."
If Richmond has other euch lecturers,
J please send them up. LkxinutuX.
Xew Manner of PiwNolvInjr Rones for
Farming I'urpoHfS.
Professor Henkoff saya : " It was a mat
ter of importance with me to discover a
method by means of which every farmer
might he enabled to prepare his bones for
his meadows and fields. As great masses
of salts are accumulating in the ashes of
every household, and the most of them with
those burning wood, I used alkalies in con
nection with unslacked lime, which soon
dissolved the bones. To my friend and
pupil Mr. Alexander Engelhart, to whom
1 communicated my discovery, belongs the
honor of having introduced a new and con
venient proce-s for gaining manure for
agricultural use. I give it iu an extract :
" Suppose you have 4,000 pounds of bones,
you need 4,000 pounds of ashes (averaging
ten per cent, of carbonate of potash), 000
pounds unslacked lime, and some 4,f>00
pounds (5f)J? gallons) of water. lHgaholc
some two feet deep, large enough to receive
the bones and one-half their volume be
sides. Parallel to this you dig another one,
twenty-five per cent, larger, both being
filled with bones. First elack the lime and
mix with your ashes, covering 2,000 pounds
of bones in the smaller one. When it gets
dry, add continually water enough to keep
it wet. When the bones crumble in your
fingers, then tnke tho whole mass out and
spread it over the bones in the second hole,
leaving the decomposition to go on. When
this id done, let the mass dry ; and to make
it fit for use add peat powder or mellow
garden soil until it is well dried and pow
dery. Let it be shovelled over several
times, and then apply to your fields.
" Thus you get a fertilizer averaging
twelve per cent, of phosphate of lime, two
per cent, of alkalies, and six per cent, of
nitrogen.
" Tne pits used in this process must of
course lie dug iu soil to a great degree im
pervious to water. Clayey soil will answer
if first sprinkled and then pounded, or clay
maybe 'puddled' in a basin in any soil,
and a water-tight pit be made. If the
bones arc tolerably fresh there will be very
little loss of ammonia. We have known
the softening of the bnnesto be complete ou
a small scale." ? Agriculturist.
Dct'Ii I'ioulny; Should I?o Done
(?radiiiiliy.
A correspondent who has one of the finest
and most productive farms in Western Near
\ ork, which he keeps in a high state of fer
tility by thorough cultivation and the
growth of red clover, makes the following
sensible remarks in regard to deep plow
ing : " A sudden bringing up to the surface
of many inches of heavy clay that has
never been punctured by the roots of plants,
and this, too, iu the spring of the year,
would probably injure tho first crop. Clay
subsoils are best brought to the surface two
or three inches at a time, and that iu the
fall, so that the frosts of winter may mel
low them down. The next spring, plow,
say, twice as many inches deep as the clay
subsoil is thick. This will mix things up
ao that even a crop of corn would be much
improved by the deep fall plowing, li we
had the power and tools necessary to go on
with this process of bringing up the sub
soil to and mixing it with the surface soil
until we had one foot or more of mellow
soil that been enriched by turning under
repeated clover crops, and then under this
foot or more of soil we could run a subsoil
plow two feet deep, and so break the clay to
a depth of three feet, the clover roots would
have a chance to bring to the surface the
fertility that now lies dormant under the
surface of our lands. This is the theory
that I have constructed ou the experience
of a lifetimo aB a farmer, and 1 have no
doubt of its applicability on our lands lure.
t do not think it would do on all lands, but
it is practicable here, or, at least, will be
when we get the steam plow that can do the
subaoiling for us. 1 a the mean time we are
doing the best we can in the direction 1
have indicated." ? American Agriculturist.
The Clover hehI Mine Theory iu
lkrae.tlce.
We have had much to say upon the bene
fits of using lime and clover upon worn-out
soils to give them a start. And yet we are
apprehensive that many of our readers
have regarded the matter as mainly theo
retical, and will not be induced to try it.
Although agriculture is admitted to be a
tentative art, some things are settled as well
as they ever can be by any amount of ex
periment. Among them is the utility of
applying lime to soils that have not already
enough of it, and cropping with clover to
add vegetable matter and ammonia to thin,
light soils, or those that do not give remu
nerative crops. In a recent trip oyer the
line of the New Jersey Central railroad we
saw abundant evidence of the renovation of
worn-out farms. Thirty years ago these
farms were unproductive, aud many of their
owners were anxious to sell out at thirty
dollars an acre and emigrate. It was diffi
cult to sell at any price. Now one will
have to go far to find a more beautiful farm
ing region than stretches from Plainfield,
N. J., to Easton, Ta. Farms are worth
from $125 to $200 per acre, and are con
stantly increasing in value. It is true some
of this rise is due to the railroad, which
affords better facilities for marketing, but
the most of it is owing to the better man
agement of the land. They make more of
clover than iu the regular Pennsylvania
rotation, as it comes in oftener. The rota
tion is : 1, corn upon a clover sod, limed ;
2, oats; 3, wheat, with the manure of the
farm ; 4, clover, to be cut or pastured. The
farmers in all this region attribute the
great change in the value of their lands to
this rotation. The crops are luxuriant,
and the wheat-fields as promising as in any
part of the West. In all the better farming
districts of Pennsylvania similar results are
manifest. Clover and lime in connection
with the manure made upon the place
keep the farms in good heart and constantly
improving. The average production of
wheat and of corn in these districts is much
higher than in the western States, which
had a richer virgin eoil. Wherever this
treatment of the soil has been introduced
it secures the most satisfactory results. We
do not see bow this management of the soil
can be considered* as pertaining merely to
the theory of agriculture. Yet the mass of
our farmers in the eastern States continue
to raise clover in small patches aa a forage
crop, without reference to its value aa a
renovator of the soil. If they would travel
more, and see what is accomplished in the
line of their art, they would form better
views both of the theory and practice of
agr i cu 1 1 u re . ? American Agriculturist.
INSURANCE COMPANIES.
p UARDIAN MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
ORGANIZED IN 1*59.
ALL POLICIE3 NON-FORFEITABLE.
HALF LOAN GIVEN.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND FIFTY PEP. CENT.
STATEMENT :
Policies In force $25,000,000
Assets - 1. soo.ooo
Annu.il Inrnjne 800, OoO
Losses p?l?J 5u0,000
W. II. PKCKHAM. President :
II. V. G-* H At; A.N. Secretarj ;
j.. Mr * I) A M. Actua-v :
G. A. FUDIC'KAK, Superintendent.
DIRECTORS:
General JOMf A. Dix ;
W. Wii.kkns, of Wllkens A Co. ;
(jKOKfJic T. Horn, President Continent il Fire In
suranc Company ;
ITon. jAMkS HAM'Slt, of Harper Brothers :
John J. Cra.vk, President- Rank of Republic;
W. M. Vkkmilyk, of Verinllye A Co., bankers ;
Hon. <;kotu;k Opdyke, ox -Mayor of New York;
A a HON aknold, of Arnold, Constable & Co.;
and others.
HUTZLER .t H^KXHKIM,
General Agents for \ irglula, North Carolina, ami
Tennessee.
Dr. J. G. CAiiirr.r., Mprl'cil Examiner. Ja fl
IHAAC HfTZr.KH. 8AMCKL ItKIt NIIKIM.
XJUTZL mi & BERNIIEIM,
OKNERAL LIFE. FIRE, AND MARINE
INSURANCE AGENTS AND BROKERS,
No. 1015 Main stkkkt.
All klnd3 of INSURANCE effected In first-class
companies, local or foreign, at LOWEST (JUR
KE.^T R ? TKS.
Business can be effected through correspondence
with our ofllce, as well as> by personal application.
23? lm *
TAriONvVL LIFE INSURANCE COM
^ ^ PAN V vF THE UNlTr.D STATES OK
AMERICA. "WASHINGTON, I>. C.-CHA IM'ER
El) hY Bl'ltOlAn ACT OF CONGRESS, AP
PK"VE>> JULY 26, (JAbH CAPITAL,
81,000,000-PAlD IN FULL ? BRANCH OF
FICE: FIRST NATIONAL HANK BUILDING.
PHILADELPHIA, where llie general business o:
the Company Is transacted, and. to which all gene
ral correspondence should be addressed.
OKKicaJu> :
CLARENCE H. CL P.K, President
?JAY COOKF,, Chapman Finance and Executive
Committee.
HS:.;LV iJ. ( v - 'K K. Vi'.'i-Prcsldent.
KM 'i f '. -OS W. PKKT, Secretary md Actuary.
'I his ( iojnpany. national In it* character," oilers,
by reason of l>s large capital, low rates of pre
mium, and new tables, the most desirable means oi
Insuring life vei presented to the public.
The ra.es of premium, being largely reduced, are
m.'ide as favorable to the Insurers as tliose of the
be?t mutual companies, njd avoid all the compli
cation'; and uncertainties of notes, dividends, ami
the mlsundcrs' -.ndlngi which the latter are su apt
to cause the policy-holder.
Several hew ?'tid attractive tables are now pre
sent! d, which need ??dv to oe ntiderso o<l t?? prove
acceptable to the publico, such :?3 the IM.'O.Vitl
PROJ ?!'< INS P< !.:? V and RETURN PRE
MIUM POLICY. la llie F-nuer the policy-holder
not only secure'! a life insurance, p.tyablr :il death,
but will receive. If living, after a period of a ft-w
years, on annal income tr/tial to ttn per ccnt. (10
?ii r cent. ) of the. p'ir of Lis policy. in the latter,
the < ompany ?gre>.-s to return (?> tkr as^nr-'l th(
total amount of in"i: ?// .'/? h-m paid in, in luldition
to iUi amount >>/ ki>: policy.
The attention or j-tsoiij contemplating Insuring
their live.;, .-r l:u;r?- .slug the amount of Insurance
they already have, is called to the special auvan
iag? s ? tieied bj lie National Life insura.-ice Com
pany.
Circulars, pamplilcs. a j ? d f !1 particulars, zlven
on application to tie branch olllc.* or the Com
pany, or to
.1 A \ COOK it & CO.. Washington. 1). (*.,
?jeti.-ral /. g< n\r ( r l;i--trk tof Coluiubla Vlri-'.ula.
and VV est ? ire i. la.
S. i? SAili'tl, i'jisliier V'lrst National i? ink,
Rlcli:no:id, the A . ent for Leurieo, Campbell, and
Dinwiddle count les. ?!*- o j?tn
\ fUTUAL ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF
M
v .i u u I r> i ?. .
v hS :l mu
O/rwjts coumku Of Tcrtru moj tlA.'-a STnxata
*10, MOO, 000
PKOFBRTY l'LEDGED TO JiAKIS
OO -l> LOSSES .
li. A. Ta'.ROKNE.
trinclpal Agent.
J. F. IHwroitTn. eccretarv. oc '1 *r?i
OMESTIC INSURANCE.
?niE INSURANCE AND SAVING > I oML'ANY
OF VIRGINIA.
CKARTEKED FtUKUARY 1*06.
CA 1'ITAl ? 200, OOP.
well invested fii'l steuied.
}? sst ts emploved l?ue lor tn^ >re"ersil benefit.
Desirable lire'and in:trl>.e risks luvitLd.
Cilice No. 1214 Main street.
D .1. KAKlSOOK, Presl lent.
David I Bluh, secretary.
li. c. Wn kicky, Jit., As- Istant Secretary.
?!c 3
Mutual life insurance
C'OMPaNY OF NEW YORK.
ANNUAL INCOME *10,000 000
CA-H A S.Si-T.S VhMtKMil \ti FKH
JiUAllV 1, Ht\ OYEH *25 000,(00
NUMl'.ER OF POLiCirS IJ-UED DURING
I'll.-. Vr.All. 19, 614.
NUMBER CF i o PliSIN K jRCE FEliKU
AKY 1, IstiS. 62.331.
HIS " M UTUAL 1.1FE "
Is now liy i.ir the WE/.L TKIEST COMPANY
IN THE WOiiLli. It Is ccndtt ted on the only
principle u lilcli 1 1 n:?- tint ? xperlence liws proved to
be ultimately safe and trust worthy. Its asstti are
not kivttled lu 1'aucy stocks or pcisoual securities,
but In homis aLd mortgage <"1 r<*al estate, belug
lir.-t lien on suite, uud thus placed beyond ti,e
reach of any coniliiyeucy.
i he company, l-ein< purely mutual, divides I 5
whole profits annually anions the assured, and
Mil? dit i<!i ud can he used lu | ay meat o; premium
or t'? pu'cliase a l'Il i nal Insurance, a', ihe opt. on
of me policy- iiohler.
1". >. WALKER & CO , A Keats,
No. 1"'4 Main s reet.
Dr -I. 15. .M< ' ? w Medical r xamiu'-r. mh 0
Dn. WALKER & CO.,
? SlXt KSSIIHS lOO, F. r.UKSJfE, ES^'.,
GENEliAL IN I KANCE agents.
OHice lui4 Main street,
fl;st door east oi the v<?stolliee. under Messrs. R.
1 1 Maury A Co.
llulldlnirs, merchauUlse, furniture, and personal
properly of all kinds, lu ths city or country, In
sured axuinst loss or damage hv'lire ut the lowest
rales la companies oi" die highest standing.
Losses equitably adjusted and promptly paid.
Marine ami Inland insurance also ell ected at cur
rent i a es. no 22
|7MRE INSURANCE effected at the low
X? <st rates and on most liberal terms with the
RICHMOND BANKING -> ND INSURANCE
CO MI* a NY.
CO UN eii IwEi.rrn *nd Main stueets,
RtCllMU.Ni), Va.
CAPITAL^ S17 j,000!
JOHN l?. DAVls. P/esldutt.
ev 4 J'JHN F. C. POTTS, Secretary.
DENTISTRY.
G1 EORGE U. STEEL, DENTIST,
,ET devotee special att>-ntlnn to the ore-^3$i3
servatlou of the N.Vi'UliAL TEETII: also In
serts ARTIFICIAL USE 0 UPON GOLD OR
VULOANl !'<? tn superior style, and at prices as
low aa the same quality of worK can be procured
elsewhere. ' *ld .told plate taken lu exchange.
Bxtacilng teeth, *i.
08lee No. "it it A.1 n hTua<T, live doors above
8|K?tswood Hotel, Plchmoad, Va oc 21_im
Dent a lnoticb^ reduction
IS THE I' RICK. UF ARTIFJClAL^BBBW
TEETH The undersigned will insert FULL Up
pkr or Lower sets ok artificial
TEETH for TWENTY to THIRTY DOLLARS
A SET. Old K'.'ltl pets will he tnkeu la exchange
for new seis uu vulcanite at a saxiil! additional
cii&rce.
Clfice and rcsldenco ?25 Main street, between
SDcth Seventh sti-eets.
oclt-^n JO H N MAHONY.
ft E. KLOEBER, DENTI8T, in-jggjgt
\J ? serts REACTIEUL ARTIFICIAL^SE?
TEETH at TWENT\ DOLLARS per set. Per
fect flt and durability warranted. Call and see
spt;clnv.-nr> of the wor!:.
Particular attention devoted to Hillng and pre
serving the tet th.
Teeth extracted without pain.
I>entil Itooms. Sd Broad s*rf?eL or lo
PRINTING IN COLORS DONE ATTIIE
DlfcPATCH PElNTXNG-HOUSiC. ji!2
c
CLOTniNG.
L03E OF TIIE SEASON.
CLOTHING
AND
FURNI8HING GOODS
AT
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
DEVLIN'S,
1007 MAIN STREET,
OPPOSITE THE POSTOFFICE.
[jill-lm]
JT^OWN! DOWN!! DOWN!!!
down : down :: down : i :
down : down : : down : 1 1
GO THE TRICES AT
. GO THE PRICES AT
GO THE PRICES AT
BALDWIN'S.
BALDWIN'S.
BALDWIN'S.
TEN nKIt CENT. OFF" FOR CASH DOWN.
TEN PER CENT. OFF FOR CASH DOWN.
TEN PER CENT. OFF FOR CASH DOWN.
Having a large stock of CLOTHING on han<l,
we will from this date discount from our formerly
low prices ten cents on every dollar sold.
For gre at bargains call
CORNER MAIN AND TENTH STREETS,
[de 20]
APES, CAPES, CAPES,
AND OVERCOAT8.
C
The largest as?ortment made of Beavers, Chin
chilla?. and < 'loth, at
JULIUS KRaKKR'.*, M EflCIIANT TAILOR,
Walking Coats, of all styles and prices, at the
Richmond Clothing Hall ; Carslmers, Beavers,
Sllk-mlxed Suits l>>r men's and boys' wear:
Vouths* Clothlnj? and Overcoats, at 1517 MAIN
3TRKKT, where you will find stylish and the
cheapest clothing In u?wn.
Furnishing Goods In all styles. Umbrellas,
Trunks, ano Hats, at all prices. de 5
G
10TIIING AT AND BELOW COST.
NO. 111J MAIN STREET.
READY-MADE CLOTHINI ,
READY"- MA DE CLOTH I N O,
01' NTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOOD*,
HATS, HATS, HATS,
HATS, HATS, HATS,
ARE KELT. I NO
APE SELLING
REGARDLESS OF COST
REGARDLESS OF COST,
at MARC USE A CO.'S,
no 19 1*13 Main slr>'<t.
-i A<y> MAIN STREET
1
IS TH E HOUSE FOR A
GOOD ASSORTMENT AND LOW PRICES
IX
READY-MADE CLOTH I N G ,
{FURNISHING GOODS,
AND
HATS.
BEFORE YOU BUY,
CALL AND EX A M I N E A T
A. OPPENHEIMER'S.
UM MAIN STUKJZT. KSTWKK.V FOUHTEKNTH AHD
Fiktjckntu.
f r.*? <1
PREPARE FOR COLD WEATHER.
X.
M , W . ii O S K ,
NO. m. ecRitJcn Foci'.Tn ant> huoad uttskts,
Las uo hand a comnh u ami "Xtenslve stock of
WINTER CLOTHING
mltabl" for men's an ! bors' wear, which he Is
enabled to sell lower than the lowest. Also, a fuil
assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S KUHN1SHING GOODS.
HATS AND CAPS
of a!l the leading styles.
Do not forget the place of M. W. KOSK,
oc i'-Siu 1 <o. lit. corr.er FV>uith and Broad.
?
JtOOItS AN1> STATIOXKRV.
?0R THE NEW YEAR.
? >1 VRIKS- i'mall. medium, ami large tl/.es ;
I'll VM: l:\NJs1 OlAhliLS,
a.LM \ NACS, l?t >);
NOTES. OKAFi'S, ( HECKS, BILLS OF LA
KING. D?KL>S, and other HLA> ;
BLANK I noKM, i'r? m tin? .sin -til est, pocket to the
larirest account bonk. in endless variety.
'1 he BEST BOOKS made to order.
RANDOLPH A /? NGLI^H.
131H M:i I n street,
dealers lu Law and Miscellaneous Hooks.
il-3l ?
COUTH EiiN REVIEW
0 F< i It JAN UA U V, 1SG!>,
anil all the litest publications, at
TURNER'S UIEaP 1IOOK-STOIIE,
Ja 1 1114 M i In street.
pLAN'K BOOKS AND STATIONERY
FwR'JIIr-. N K W YEAR.? The subscribers
arj ptepared to fu ru !.- li all kinds of BLANK
ACCOUNT IP ?OK S, MEMORA NDUM B< ?< 1 KS,
CHECK BOwliS. Ac. The b.-st Ink# ami Writing
Fluids; Litter, Foolscap, ill I N ote, ami oilier
I'ap'-rs ; j'.nvtlopes, G"l?l, ami Meel Pen*.-ln
deed, stationery of every descripti on. Having a
complete BjOlv-hlN DhRY aud llwANK-HUt'K
M.V.N U FACTi >KY, they are alto prepared to make
to order any kind of filank Book desired lu as
K<K*d style and npou as favorable terms as can be
obtained North.
Ill WOOD HOUSE A 1'AIHAM.
LAN K BOOKS FOR 1869.
Having Just received a larok STOCK ofBLA N'K
BuOKS, we Invite the a teutloii of merchants,
banker:-, ami others In want, to our larjcc assort
ment of V.c'lli in, Demy, and Can Ledgers .Jour
nals, iJ'iy Bo>>ks. ('ash Books, AC., Ac., Ac., in
great varie y of binding.
v e have a.so a wdl-sdected assortnn nt of DI A
RI KS.
Persons d< siring to purchase any of the isbove
Hooks would do well to call ai;<l examine <>iir
stock. As regards quality ami price, they cannot
be surpassed by any house South.
A. H. CHRISTIAN A CO.,
de. 3a 10A3 Main street, opposite posloflioc.
IEORSCS A1VI) MULES.
T?IGHT LARGE WELL-BROKEj
A^J MiJI ES for sale low fur cash or
good negotiable p iper at sixty days, a p
ply to JOHN \\ . W'tt.KS, on Frai'kliu&l
between Seventeenth and iUghtceuth, or .
Walkkr, No. 1516 Main street.
ja 11? lw* J. ' . TIMBSH L\KK.
T HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NO.)
JL I LOT OF MULES and HORSES,1
broke end un broke, suitable for all pur
poses, on my usual accommodating
terms. Also, for my old customers, several splen
did TWO and FOUR-HORSE WAU'J.NS, of mi
own manufacture, ready for delivery.
H. V/. GREEN,
on Monroe betwei n Grace and Broad streets,
de 28? lm*
C03WIISSI0X MERCHANTS.
"VTOTICE. ? The undersigned will con
JLl Unite the COMMISSION BUSINESS at the
late stand of HI air ?t MclCinney, Twelfth street,
second door south of Cary, and will ^lve Ills per
sonal attention to the sales of TOBaCCO. GKAIS
of all kinds. FLO UK, and oiher produce, and
MAKE X' ROMl'T IiKTURKS.
j j, 4? iw m. nr.* nt.
R~ l>rjA>JES & CO.,
? GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
^0. 1313 CARY STUEKT,
pay particular attention to the s?ie of all kJuils o!
COUNTRY 1'RoDUCE, aud make prompt re
turns.
Liberal cash advances made on consignments In
htnd. de 4
Mills & ryant, tobacco ex
C 1 1 A NG ?. RICHMOND, Va . BROKERS
and COMMISSION MERCHANTS for the pur
cbase and sale of I,EaF ant MANOTAC1 UK ED
TOBACCO*. Ord';rj solicited. Liberal advances
nnde on consignments, hefer to a. F. Harvey,
I'resldent of National Bank < f Virginia; James
Th mas, Jr , h6<p, Richmond, Va. ; Messrs. H.
Messenger & Co.. New Yolk; Messrs. Johnson A
Th iinpson. Boston. Mass. jy J4
STENCIL TOOLS AND PLATES.
C BELLEN0t7 DIE 8INKERAND
? BRAND CUTTER, 1410 1L\IS STREET ?
The nev/ patent brnndlne iron for marking all
kinds of wooden articles by heating It. I* perfectly
Adapted to branding barrels or any other article
under the new law.
Engravers' Stock, Stencil Paste, Brushes, Indeli
ble Ink, Steel Dies, Alphabets, S*.-al i'renses. Brass
and German Silver, Frames, Steel RIuks. Checks,
Tags, etc. Wholesale aud rxtall. de 3-Jm
?'1A A DAY MADE BY ANY ONE
?10
CilJjLv WITH MY
PATENT ST&NCIL TOOLS.
I prepay samples free.
Lnfrlngera.
Beware of Infringers.
My circulars will explain. Address
A. J. FULL A v,
no 11? 3m field, \ I.
AUCTION SALES.
' this DAT.
By E. G*thr1srht Auctioneer,
No. 14*3 M?ln street,
between Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets.
Fine furniture^ gilt mirrors,
KKITHKK BED*, AC. AT AUCTION ? I
will ppII At my store Tilt" (Thursday) MORNING,
cmmenclnjr *t 10 o'clock, a larj?e asiortment or
FURNITURE. Ac., such as
CABINS I S.
jTAN^LlNHand other BEDSTEADS,
'centre, LEAF, and other
TABLES;
CH *IRS,
HOF" a s
ROCKERS,
HllVJ MIKR?HS,
FINK feather BEDS,
MATTRESSES,
BLANKETS.
PILLOWS, Ac.,
!>el<"ri?ln? to a family brenklne up.
f. fter which, will cell a larjre l<>t of
TL'iTHlNO,
B')OT-<,
SHOES, Ac.
j, u K. n ivnfl^TTT, Atiellonror.
By Renault A Co.. Auctioneers,
Main street between Elphth and Ninth.
Excellent furniture, &c., at
T U 5TIO N. ? T HIS (Thursday) MORVTNO
th-. i4th instant, commenclr^ at .n o'clock we will
sell at our store, without reserve, an excellent va
riety of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, Ac., such
Servo DAM*Mv LOUNGES,
>1 A HOG \ NY SOFAS,
BKDHTEADf,
MAHOR * NY SIDF.no AH I) K
MARBLF-TOI' and PLAIN WASH
STANDS,
Cir MRS,
CHINA PRESS,
wa.^diobfs,
IRON P.'iiD-'TF.ADS.
M \ H OO A N Y C * R D T A B L ""S,
FEATHER B EDS, BOLSTERS and PIL
LOWS.
HAIR *n fMIUCK MATTRESSES.
SHOW-' ASKS.
BONN FT BOX'S and ST AN OS.
T W F NT Y- O N F-T) A Y MANTLE CLOCK,
In perfect order ;
f HINA TEA SET,
N - *v CLOTHING,
TOYS, AC. REGNAULT * CO.,
ja 14 AueMoro r?.
By Jatnes M. Taylor A Son, Auctioneers,
No. 821 Main street,
three doors below ypotswood Ho' el.
A DESIRABLE "BUILDING LOT, ON
THE SOl'TH SIDE OF M ? IN K/TW K.K.N
TWENTY-FOURTH AND TWENTY-FIFTH
STREETS. Ei >Ft SALE AT A UC'TlON.? Will he
sold on THURSDAY the 14th of January, on the
preinl es. at half-past 3 o'clock P. M., the ubove
descrlbed LOT, a- J dulnjrthe factory of Mr. Wll
lUtn HarreH. It fronts foity-foiir feet on Main
stnet and runs hack the usual depth; and upon
which there Is a blacksmith ;hop.
Tkhms : One-third cash : balance on a creilit of
six and twelve months for negotiable notes. Inte
rest added, stciired by a deed of t-usr,.
JAMES M. TAYLuR A SON.
J a 12 A ucttoreers.
By A. C. Pulliam, Auctioneer.
southwest corner of Main and Fourteenth streets.
pOMMiaSTONER^ALE OF VALUA
\J BLR REAL ESTATE NEAR MAN' HES
TER.? By virtue of a decree issued at the Novem
ber term of the Chesterfield circuit court. 1868 In
thi! suit of J. W. Bronoutrh asralust Lucretta
Krown's administrator I will sell at public auc
tion, on the promises, at, at A o'clock P. M.,on
THURSDAY the 14th day of January, 1889, that
va.uable LOT located < ?:i Mie Midlothian turnpike,
adjolnlnp the blacksmith's shop r f Mr. Brown,
about thr< e ijuartcrs of a ml)** from M ? yo's bridge,
fron ln>r 58 feet on the turnpike and ruunin? back
-20 feet (more or les?.) with sma'l dweHinpthereon.
Tbums ; One-third cash ; balance In negotiable
note5 at sixty and one hundred and twenty davs,
with Interest* added and title retained until de
ferred pu\ ments are made.
WILLIAM AMBER", Commissioner.
Sale conducted hy A. C. PiT.r.lAM, Auctioneer.
J.i 8 ? f'tds
WOOD ANI> COAL.
I AM HAPPY" to inform my friends nn<l
Hi" public that I have secured the services of
Mr. M. 1?. WHITING In the ' OAL AND WOOD
HUM N'J-'SS, and we shall be phased to see our
friends ami the public.
A. B. wooldbidoe.
Tlie subscriber (formerly In the ccal business)
woul : be plearcd to have the patronage of bis old
oust- iners and others Kern-rally, and promises to
fur 'list! the best a > tb-'e- of C' >/* s ? /? N I ? W< m >D "?i
th-! in st r< asonable terms. I cm be found at til ?
otlloe of Mr. A. U. WOOLDRIDGK'S Clover Hill
coal-yard.
Orders left at Mr. J. It. Kbld's. on Broad street
between Seventh aud Eighth, will be puactnally
attended t<>.
j i u~ 2w m. a \\ 1 mti yo.
Anthracite coal, ail kinds, and the
very best quality DliY ami CuK
W 'jOD. < 'onsuiners Will please call at all the ?< >al
and wood yards In the i ? 1 1 y be To re purch islnjr of
me, as i do not desire the trade of anybody who
cum do better wi h other parties.
Keep il.uva the prices of ibe Indispensable ar
ticles of Consumption In these great times of
poverty is the wish of
1JI KNH A. M W A It !)\V EIJ-,
Ja 11 Coal and Wool Dealt r.
JQOVLR COAL
promptly delivered from the company's yard,
SIXTH fcTKEET NEAR TIIS CANAL.
ja9? lm T. 0. JO NFS, Agent.
WJ 00D, WOOD, WOOD. ? I am nclling
V V SEASONED OAK at. f>> and PINE at f5,
delivered, or $5 and -fil In the yard. Will sel! In
sin .1 1 1 quantities to po< r ; e-qdu ;it the same rates,
wttiee In the lower corner < f LJbby BuPdlug;
wood-yard t?y ibff s!dt.a of tli<; s-me, between Twen
tieth and '1 wenty-lirs' streets. "lie wood-yard
nates opt n on troth ('arv aud Dock. Orders left
wlibC. <J. SIM'u.n, No. li.iS Main street, or with
CUKTIS 't I'AltKF \ on Eighteenth street be
tween Main and cary, will be promptly HiluJ.
ja4 W. G. NELM8.
A COMFORT? SAWED AND SPLIT
WOOD.? COAL.? PUM PS.-SA WED O V K
A.v?l> PINE wool), a load equal to half ;t cord.
STEAM SPLIT OAK AND PINE WOOD, to
kindle, had only here. Wood, full length, all dry.
extra qua Ity. and as cheap us the cheapest. A
WfcLL PLTMP, c-.r titled the best. ? holce BITU
MINOUS aril ANHIKAI ITS' COA I.. Order at
pump iviKi fi-ol factory, south side l!at.ln, or W AT
KINS, CoTTKEl.L & CO., Main and TblriceutL
streets. (It >t J. B. W ATK1 '?!&
Anthracite co^l. ? i have on i?and
L 000 tens LORBERKY RK.D ASH KGG
and M't)\ it coaLS. 200 cords SEASONED OAK
and PINE WOOD; also. MIDLOTHIAN LUMP
and S.ttPI ! IS' COAL, wblch I am prepared to sell
at the lowest market rates.
Offices Corner of seventeenth and Dock street;
ml Seventeenth between M<Un and Cary streets.
(!?? "4 WIRT K'>HFftT*.
pOAL AiND WOOD, ? I want all to know
KJ that I am the on lv person In the cltv selling
A N1 HKA.CI CK C'i ?a L at lesi than ten Collars. I
have a very vood article of * NTJIKA'.lTE at fs'.So
per ton. and a superior article at fo; an-l !>e. t
OA.K WouD at per cord, and IMN E at $5. 10,
delivered. Call and get your supply at 2slnete?.nth
mi<i i ary cr Seventh and Grace streets.
,le-.'< CHAB1.KS H. PAGE.
WOOD AND COAL. WOOD AND COAL.
Burroughs & karris,
< ORN"K tt 8KVKNTH A V D MAIN bTltiiKT-.
ANTH R ACITJC COAL,
< L< ?\ KK Hli.L L,
OA K and PINK WOOO, lor.jr and sawed,
cheap for ca^h. II. M. II KIMS,
deli .J .JR. F. BCR ROUGH'*.
UOD, WOOD. ? Wood, for cooking and
baking, Is now the cheapest fuel used. So
study your own Interest, and ilie yard of W.
J. MCDOWELL and jret your supply at once. lie
Has or. hand a Urge supply of first-nte S ^ ASoNEJJ
OAK and PINE, sawed and split ready for uoe. at
the low price of is per cord for long oak and $7
for sawed and spilt ; pine, ?5. so loi.g, sawed $3. 50.
Wood will soon advance.
W. J. MCDOWELL,
de i next to corner First and IS road streets.
17TH STKEKT. ltTU bTJtKJiT.
COAL. W.HALL CHEW. WOOD.
r HAVE ON HAND ANTHRACITE,?
1 R F.D and W HITE A *fl-B 1 T U M INOUS,
LUMP, HAIL, and AVERAGE G7AJL, which 1
will sell at lowest market raua. Also. SEASON
ED OAK aud PINE WOOD. "?
MIDLOTHIAN FINE COAL at |J In yard;
(t.(0 delivered.
03ce aiifl yard for Ant,hr*clU: Coal, Gary
>*:? eutoentb streets.
Bltmnlnocs Coal and Woo?i yard, /ourteentt
ft reft near Danville depot.
rlel W. HALL f.:ttE' K,
ANTHRACITE COAL. ? A foil supply of
. FliiST QUALITY ANTHRACITE COAL,
sizes suited fur ranges and strives of all kinds, fur
nace ? and gratis.
Abo, CLoYEIt HILL LUMP AND HAIL
COAL.
Purchasers are Invited to call on Seventeenth
street, at the drawbridge.
nolo H. P. LATHROr.
w
WINES AND LIQUORS.
gPECIAL NOTICE.
FINE OLD II EN N ESSE V BRANDY.
Weaie prepared to offer this celebrated brand
of BRANDY, both I'ALE and DARK, to the
trade at prices as low, and on terms as favorable,
as any northern importer.
Will be constantly supplied wltb the different
vintages. S. C. TARDY A CO.,
J* 4? lot Importers and Wholesale Groccrj.
Have your visiting cards
pins-:-? at tms dupatch fjmnt
lNU-IijL'iE. JaH
A IfCTgOW SALES.
FUTUKE DAY.
ry Wellington Goddln,
Auctioneer and Beal Estate Agent.
Excellent residence and va
cant L'-T. ON V * LLKY STRF.ET, FOR
1ALK AT AUCTION' ? Will be soH at auction,
on the prem's^s. on M')M)vY the H'-h January.
IHflO. at 4 o'clock P. M.. the excellent KESIDENf E
nn tho west sl'teof Valley at r ret (nearly opposite
the fonner residence of Mr. John l'rlddy) of which
the late Tie wis MrGmder died seized, containing
six rooms. 1 h" lot fr-n s 29$ feet, runs back ico
feet, and ha" on It (ho city wat' r.
Mso, the adjoining VACANT LOT of the same
size .
Tkrmp : One?Ahlrd cash; balanc at four and
"lrlit m -n?ht for negotiable note 3, interest added,
secured by a trust deed.
J 1 1 i V,*. Ronnv, Auctioneer.
By Wellington Goddln,
Auctioneer and Foal Estate Agent.
VALUABLE L0T70N THE WEST STDE
OF kwi) ?K AVENUE BETWEEN ADAMS
AVT) JEFFfRKOv HTKEKTS. FOR SALE AT
AUCTION ?Will beso'd at auction, on the pre
mises. on TUPSD ? Y the ?<J h of January, Mfi at
4 o'cl uck P. M.. that valuable LOT (In an angular
f..r?n) helnsr a part of that owned by Mr. Jo*n F.
Kelly? fronting 80 feet on the west line or Brook
avenue, running back on its northern Hue about Co
feet to a wide alley, and bounded on the south by
an alley separating this 'ot from the grocery store
of Messrs. Geor/e flmberlnke A Hon. This Is a
first-rate st ind for a retail grocery.
Tkums : One-third cash; balance at four and
elpbt months for negotiable notes, interest added,
seen red by a trust deed.
J t 14? eo-J'ds W. QOnniN. ^ uctloneer.
Bv Wellington Qoddln,
Auctioneer and we?l Estate Agent.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE
STOCK OF DRUGS <ND MEDICINES IV
THE STORE AT NORTHWEST CORNER OF
MAIN AND WALL STREETS.? By virtue of a
trust deed executed to the aubscrlb r by Pi yton
.!? hnston. b 'arlng date the IRth day of N< vember.
I8?i'5 and duly rcc? rde'l In Richmond Hustings
Court. I shall. In part execution thereof, proceed
to sell at public auction on MONDAY the Sit'i day
of January, I860 at 11 o'clock A. M., all the 6tock
In trail"? DRUGS, CHEMICALS, OILS, PAINT \
FIXir'<FS. and GOODS, WARES, and MER
C li vNDISE of every description? now In the drug
store located as above, and In the occupancy of
laid Johnston.
An Invf ntorv of the sfck In t^de Is now being
made, and will" ! <? i xhlbltel attli - hour of sale.
The special attention of d'ligglsts and others Is
called to this dale, as It pre cots a rareopportnnl'y
for emharklnsr In that business, the stand In lug the
oldest lu tin* city f.>r the drug business.
Tehms : RearonaM-*. and made known at tlio
.lav of sale. HJCHKElfcT A. CLA IBORNF.
Ii j.j Trustee.
By Cook A I auphton, Au-tloneers,
corner Governor and Franklin streets.
i LANK FENCINoTtIMBER, &<\, AT
1TCTI0V ? If not?!ispo ed of prl vat? ly be
fore MOND * V I he l*th Instant we will on that
tav at 12 o'clock rell about three quarters of a
mlleofOLOSF PLANK F K *? C t > G. toge'her
with all the ST A 'H.I N'O and SHEDDING oi Jack
son Park l?ace Course.
To be sold In lots to suit purchasers.
Cf OK A LAl'GHTON,
jail Auctioneers.
By Orubbs it Williams. Auctioneers,
Eleventh between Main and Bank streets.
IJMGHT SUPERIOR YOUNG AND
1 i WELL-BROKE M lrLFS will be sold at auc
tion In front r.f TaM'lVrro it Co.'s >'i>-e, on tl?e
Basin bank, oti WEDNESDAY the Mth day of Jan
uary, at 12 o'clock.
The? mav be seen at Hie place above-named on
the day before thesile. "??!
Tetims : hlxlv il iy-' credit for netrotlaMe notes,
with Ink rest added, "and saU.sfactorllv end.-rs-d.
GSUBBS A WIT. LI A MS.
Ja 14 Auctioneers.
By Orubbs A Williams, Auctioneers.
Eleventh street between Main and Bauk.
BUILDING LOT on the ''aft side of
Tv en! v-si -v-Mith street k'twcen ' and M
Streets. 33X125 feet, v. ljj ' Sf.li' t, auction up n
the premises on MONDAY, 13th J unitary, at 4
O'c'o"k 1* M.
Tkums : At sale.
ORUBBS A WILLIAM*,
jail Auctioneers.
By Wellington Qotldln,
Keal Estate A gent and Auctioneer,
Q M A L L FAR M OF THIRTY-TWO
O ACR^S N E \ R THE MEADOW BRIDGE
If OA l>, ONE AND f li \< F MILES OF It I ' 11
MOND. F ?R ft ? LF AV AUCTION* - \ t the re
questofMr. losi-jili 'litrt? I sh '11 sell at auction,
on the premises, on TT'*SOaY the h'tli -lanuary,
1H69. at 4 o'clock I*. M . the SMALL FARM lo
cate! as above, now In his occupancy, adjoining
the farms of Mr. T lios. Biirtonanu Mr. Betty. 'I he
Improvemen ? are a >UAL'. J>WKLL1nO and
the usual out-bulldln^s. There are on the place
tiiree large a'paragus beds and a half acre In .'?travv
berrles. '"'tic nultlibo>|| Is a ? excellent; oih..
If desired, tli ' j .i Hi will be divided Into two
parcels.
Tki.mSJ ''iH -t'ilrd cash; tkalance at six and
twe! vt' mftptli > for i c ..I la ble notes, interest added,
? '*nri d by a tril'-t, deed.
i. ft \l* (JO'.lil St. A ncllnnwr.
A
C ALE OF VALUABLE HEAL r .STATE
Cy IN M Et'KLE S I * I ' 1JG fOt'VIV. V A ? By
vlrlue' of a iIcitcp of tin1 f'lrenlt <'onrt for the
county of S"< i kleithuru rendered on the irfih ?l:i v of
v'epti mh( r, '?"!< In 111'.' siil' of -Jores's L'n:t rillnn
r*. Jones, tic ? I s^all on W'rDNESfM Ythe 10th
(!.t\ 'if February H-.n. si-I! ? iiubHc auction. upon
(In'1 premise- .'i ' 1'* I AN!) l-e'onsjlnjf to
the estate of William ?font's, ??? ????*? lying on
thi' waters of I )orki*ry erw k hicI known :i . " I ."iii
b irdy liriivr." cut KIO 1 1 P I! I "N 1 >lty I )
\ N I > rvs'KN rv-FI Vf \ K S. Tli> re; i- upon
Hi' t ract ;i hirce and rotnfurl i lil?- t>\V I'LLI'-it.l
liol' F, with ai' nece-\sary out-buiblin;:8.
At 'In; bil in*.* llnif and place I shall, hy virtue of
a if the - *i f < I court renderi <1 on tin' same
?lay in (he suit "l Hyi'tinr, Coroner. Ac . for Ac.
iw. .liiiH \ . sell a' | ? 1 1 1> 1 1 ?- auction (he Ml1.'
known us .1 NK 'SMIL!, with THI IITV- '.VK
A('KirSiiK '.WD attaedied sltua'i d upon i li?*
waters of Mile; creek. about threc-'piarter., nl'.i
liilU* fl'oiil 1 lie a'.ov c-ilr-icr'. Ii 'I t rac" of I ? n< I . 'I li i ^
in 1 1 1 I* nil ipf'al to tin- xrlndlm; of h- Mi corn aid
wheat : hit" a very al ut <la t supply i.f water. anil
Is r> i '-'li-.J as exceedingly valuable tltnl eltelra'.Ie
property.
I K- m ; <if sai.k : In ench case h snfllclent
amount of t hf* purchase money In cash to defray
ex 1 1 uses <>f s i'e, aii'l ' h" residue In t ."o dpi a] an
nual Instalments, c ?rryhi>r l;it?-r*st from 'lay <>f
=ale The purcha-er will l>e mpilreil to exteiile
ho tils ?villi approved personal - irlty for the
''cferrei! pavim-nt;. and the t'tle t* ? I h>* p-":u'rly
?? ill I"- ic'.alned until the whole purchase mom y
Is ukI'I. THOMAS F. r.doDK.
ja J.t ? ?0t Ontiiinlsdoiu-r.
It y (Vols .t I a tight on. lictloneers,
corner Governor and Franklin streets.
'TWO HORSES FOR SALE AT AUC
' TIOS FOR ACCOUNT (?F V."H"M IT
MAV CO' CKHV.-On HAT!' tt I) A V the 2J.I In
stant, at 10 o'clock, I will sell on Count il Chamber
illl!
1 r.rtou'V HOUSE,
1 SPUUFL MA UK.
Tiie ahove stock Is Sold to pay Iherv chargcs on
same dm: me. J. <\ I' *1 1 S'auN'.
Sale conducted hv CoeiK .V I. m*<;iiton\
FO.STrnNEMKNT.? The sale at Bridg
water's. on .Monday. - postponed on ac
count of but weathe- until 'Illl IMivV the U'.h
at 12 M I f i h'* wealh' r tdiouM 1?- stormy U will be
on FKID \ V. 15th at the sam ? hour.
J a 13? .11 WlHip'A'OH'J If, KxciHor.
kb:al estate for sale.
I > EAL ESTATE FOR SALE.? We have
iV lor sale privately V \ LUA BLE FA It. MS in
the most d'Sltahh: localities In tue Mate, small
p|jtC?-s ? uhulile for market farms near
D'A Kl.l I N '?? In varlmji parts < f the city . A iso,
a number of UMMl'HOVKL) ht?'lS, v? ry ile.slra
l?l?s tor I.: vestment. I oiiiis ne^oilattd oil r? i es
tate i i I he e|tyof Hlclimond, bouses r utod out.
and claim.; of every d ?c i | tlon c ? iect. . I
HI I.I. A GOllllIN",
real SstltC' A|^aUuO(l Auctloiiee.-.s,
,1a IS?TnAI lit-r l?i 3 Main 8 reel.
S.\LE, a NEW TWO-STOHYgft
8i BltlCK IIoOSE with live r"":ns, andSuil
kitchen with two r..om- on Marsh ill street be
tween Tweuty-second and Twenty-third, (. hureh
11111.
J* 13 ? It KICHARUSOV Sc NEWBUItN.
T7OR SALE, FOUR VERY HANDSOME
' I BUILDING LOTS at the head of Grace stieet,
4oxli)J feet each
BlfHARDSOK ft NKWBURN.
Ja 13? It lo it; Main str? et, corner Eleventh.
I
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
YNE & BROTHER,
.j
AUCTlONKEKa A"D ItEAL ESTATE AGENTS,
U33 Main sti'.kxt.
it aif rds us pleasure to return to our fi lends and
customers again our thank > for th- liberal p itron
api which h*s he?-n hefctowv.l up<.?n "ur tlrin. end
would blm. ly say that in the futun , as In the past,
all who entrust 'heir hu liit&s tons may rest ae
sii ted that not Hurt shall be si>aje?lla pri-JiiutluK
their lntere't.
We have now on hand a larpe luuntier of valua
ble farms, a so very tleslrable c.ty mid suburban
prope ty. f"r sale privately, to which the attention
of those wishing lo Invest Is called; and would
still request all p^it'es wL<> hive landed estate
which tli-y wish tool pes'' of, either privately or
at public auction. In d.ll". rent counties of the
fctaie, or city or suburban property, to forward to
us a inlnule>desc'lptIoti of same, with the lr !< weal
price So char re* made unless a sate is t HVcte I.
>p( cial att'intlon ^iven t" ' he re;;tin^ out of pru
p'.rlv, aii'J prompt returns made.
W. H. I.VXF,
it. B. LVSR.
/ 'MretS box 1.070, BichmoU'l Va Ja 12_?t?
FURNITURE, Ac-.
JJARWOOD & HITTER,
F U KN IT U BE W A li K KOOMt*.
Of 1*061 i'e th k Postokkicb, Main- srtiEfcr.
We are now oft'erin^ a verw superior stock of
('lUVBKK, 1 AHl.'lR. und I >1 N 1 VG-KOOM
F''KN'lTUKK, manufactured by the most expe
rienced workmen. Also, MaT1KK.-S.iS of all
kinds, 111 d hi Klchmontl.
We would cull the attention or all la wa itof
KoejeSa In e?ur iine to examine our assortment he
fort* huylnir.
h'UivMiUUS REPAIRED and Ul'lIOL^TK);
EL>. J* "
AUCTION SALES.
FUTURE DA T,
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALrADr
LAND IN GLOUCESTER COT'stv ^
virtue of a d ted of trnrt execute.) by
fcrro to the subacrifHrr for certain pnrrv?f?J ?7 *i'u
aoeclfled the subscriber will tell, on HatxtS?**
the 13th day "f February, Mi, nt GlonrMtJ?rn?
In Gloucester connty. aftjolnln* th<- ii^o, . r *4.r*^.
ner T. Taliaferro and o'li?r?, on wtlrj, Mri J, K
Taliaferro at pres?r,t resides. ' ??"U&j
This tract of land contains ONE |[rvr?.
ANDTHREE AfJKKtt; lle? lmmMUt*D * i?*&
river, inonnof the most desira ,>??
In the county. There 1* on the r.!*,,. '!v"<
DW^LLI* and *11 n?r,.?.ar, 1
buildings, andtbe land Is productive Arw| u'
state of cultivation. It 1- rarely that siirh
property Is t ffered for sale.
The terms will be accommodating.
trustee, I will only undertake to conv-y , ti
rest as Is vested In me bj the said <!??<?<! oft
but the title Is believed to be perfect.
For further particulars. or any Informntrt.
the subject of litis land. persons whom?v >Imi ^
purchase are referred to IMchard S. v.,)*,.',
Charles Cltv county ; to General W'llllarn l: V
ferro. of Gloucester. or to th*> 'ubscrUx-r '
J.tP? t.N? W. SHKl'Mtn M 1 1 L ? H. Tn,??
S~~ALE OF VALUABLE LAND ^
_ BUTCHER'S ''KEEK, IX MRCXLPVrtC
COUNTY, VA -Rv virtue of a decree of
cult court of yecklenbiKir county, v*.. r,..',,*'''
on the 8th day of AprlL, 1#?7. in th* suit or iv.C"'
v?. Toone, I shall, on SATURDAY, th<- a<! h,.''
January, MM. In front of the court-hr.uL" ' I
Boydton. sell, at public auction, the Tract',,1,)
l.AN'> on whl<*h Edward H. Toon<' rw>...
resided, sltuited on Butcher's rrn-t i-, Vy
said county. ?*?-nt*lnltisr ahont f.? arr,.,
ar?' soiri* eighty acres of exceeding rjiri"'
cre?-k Hats. The M;;h land Is of very *
(jnallty, with an abundant Supply of *
water. There Is upon the tra a r. ?, f,r.>
dwelling- house, with th<* usual out-hall iin -a
T >c i? M ok male : One-fourth of u>
money will be required 1 ?icash. an<1 the
two canal annual instalments Th?- pur. r x
be required to execute I < nds lorthe def. r. |
ments. and the title t->the land -will i?. ?'
the Whole of the purchase m< n?y Is paid.
THOMAS F. '
ja 5 Commissi-!
By Wellington Goddln,
Auctioneer and Ileal Estate A gent.
WLL EE S0LD"aT AUCTION, r.ntv,
promises on FRIMaY tli?* 16th
4 o'clock !\ M . a larsre BRI' K AN'DMII \.ri
BCU.D1VG, No. Hto;?t. .1 ?m?.? street, c ?
Male Orphan Asylum, to be removed wiu ,,
days.
By order of the administrator of William ..
deceased.
Terms: At sale. W. GoDDiy
J 1 1? An -! nVp
q^RDSTEE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE
L By virtue <>f a deed ot" trust from Tlu?ti: v
Ladd to Ine !.i*ailiig date February sJUi. i?j.
recorded in Henrico County Court oflice, t i|j,ii
ns trust 6e. on '.lie I) > V ' <K ? I r v I : *, ...
on 'lie premises, tell the PaHikl < y !.?
J duinr t'.e farm whereon said I. ;?<!.! r. . , ' *
Henrko county the I ? >i* J W. r;
and the Ifr.xik Kun, containing about TWPst',
EltJHT ACKKH.
Tkrms : Cash as to the sum of |5S7.3i, witfctr*.
rest thvreon f"r about four years : and t tie r?" -
on a credit t ? b * made known at the flay of .
S'-Ulnir as trustee, I will convey only wl'.h Jpec.-;
warranty.
Siie to commence at ij o'clock I' M
ja 12? td* F.. N A S'CK. Trustee.
npRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
.1 lly virtue of a deed of tru.-t frt-iii'* ! m? v.
I, add and I tiry E.. hi ; wll't-. to lae. -! u 'r.
Ft.bruarv 2t9t duly a<i:nlt:?'d td>? ! i i .
rlco < ounty C nrtf.tllfO, 1 .?h <11, :u> ti"ist> ..r\
22<1 day of January. l^M, on th??pre?r<i?? * ;
TRACT OF LAND whereon the s*ld Tliums*)!!
Ladd resided, lu the county of Henri.; , .'..iit.il! ?
.1". out mNK HUNOREO AC I* KM. tnlrjr
lati'ls of Mr. J. \V\ Bev. rtdg", tt.r eststes -f
Achilles D. Johnson, James Grant < I .l..| -
Stewart. There H a dwelilng'boii^eaii.lii.eii- j
out-hntldlngs on the place.
Tkhm> : Cash as to the sum of flflo. '?i ! : ? ?
e>'t fr.-m Febrn trv 21, 18.0, ; 'it r. ' " ? ? , ? i
credit to i)!.' in id- kiin'?B ;it the .i ?y of <:< .
teltlrg as trustee I w|;i n\ y wlDi
cial wai r.ii'y. J 'HN U. W lui.l ? ? s
' r.-v..
Kale to commence at half-past 4o*c*ock 1'. ?.
Ja 12 -tds
T>UBLIC SALE OF LARUE AND
I VALUABI.K UF.AL ESTATE (>V KtMN".
t>KE R1VFR.? Ry virtue of a deere*' rcn'|ct?t
by the circuit Court of M?cl?lfibur/ <?< < -n*. . Vv.
1)1 th<- pelt of \VI! "II a:<d others, |<l I'lttltt ? r*. ^ ?
IVed Boyd, executor of James v> hit lee,
and otherc, defendant 1 sliall on ?N c.^iiAY,
jotll day of .January, 1*39. ; '11 to tie l.'gt? *' ' '
at public auction, upon '!;<? preuil:.. :i.?
belonging U? the estate ol the !<i. '.cn-.D \v >
ice, containing FIFTEEN HUNDRED ACKFA
more or less, lying oil Roanoke river, !'i .?
btiri; county, vs. These lands will soM In ?hrf
several tracts? one, known u.s the "Ho.M*
TKA< T." containing SIX HUNDRED m<lt?S'K_
HALF ACKEA more or less, having up* n It an
excellent DWEl.LlNO-H??l>K eomparati-. y
new, with abundant and excellent barn-? r
otit-bulldlngH ; * no her. known iu ll? *1.1. ?
WaVS," contslujn : F1V',; Hl'N'M'r. > AS'O
I y A KK Ul'ire < r h i v 1 r f! . ; ? ii :i i
romf rtable " d e.'inmo.ifoii-. DWKf .IN'i "h
alnmdaui oiil-btldhiK- in fair cudltl n. ?
:>'lier. known aj the '"BAlLY" TRACT, Coutlln
kill* .iboi ' '1 HKWE HO '? i> ' 1 ? At 'i
'v. I -.true portion of the tv.o ?! r t named r?v? '
rlv? r bottojr.j concerted t<> he of I he v t> -.
quality. The high lauds are i^ual to ar.y In this
!? ?!? <.l" Virginia. Kotli trucl;- an; uliir ',nr : ?
supplied with wood a ii< I water. it D < ? ill ' ' y
asserted Siiat these land : are :? titi>ntr tli?- m- - v.o;
aMe and deslrabb l?' ; ? >ia n< 1 within i!.< li 1 '.!? f
Virginia. I'ersons ii< Irln,' to )it><--t In n-.il
tavc have hen n ? ? .1* ; li?- i1ii?-kI ?? ;?!?? ?r I
vi i?! be present* ii 1'". the S?a'.e for buying llral-rsle
lands.
'I'.ti.M 1 ?K Hai.k: *'?:<> In ?-:i ?>li ; anil fur tl ? "?<!?
? I tic of rlic ptirc *-?? money. .i .-reditui t, i:, "I
11 months, tlii* purchaser L'lviri'' bond w!Mi i;
proved personal racurlt* i"r the ikftrrcil p< -
men! 4. ami the t li.lt- to ? retained as
s?.-i - ! i ? y.
At tin.' ri ijm? ?;'. <T tin- |. trlli ?:? Interested, th?- : if
fli; -or, ljy pa ylug third or more tin- ; --
ch.-t'c mom In cash, will not lie r< quired t?
personal sccurlt \ .
WILLI vM 'I'. ATKINS, f'oiuml sluuir.
I'OYDTo N" \*A., I'CCCI Iji-r 1" l4**.
Tin- aii. .vi- lands arc renti I for the year l"-*?, and
po<SL-i>slnn will lie glv. a the fjt d;;v ?>f Jait'iary,
IS70 [ill- 141 U'. T. A.. r..iiii,il? lomr.
'I1RUSTKES' BALK OF A BOUT EIOII
X TSliN HUND-lbD AM) NIMCTV-^." Vr <?'
AOKKS < ?F LAND IS t H I'oI'ViV l'F
VOKK, IN I'HK STAT * OF VIRGINIA. KSD
NKAK THK, TOWN OK V.lL'-IAMM'.l Idi
Pursuant to the provisions of a deed >( trtut exc*
?miLmI hy Kiil'i-rt Saumie-n and I.ncv IS hi ?lf-.
bearing date on the 1st of January, UtfLandduly
recorded In the < omity < on rt of Vurk county, -i -
undersigned, the t rit tees therein iianc l. at t!
request of the creditor secun -i by s.vd d.-eii. a:.d
hivlD< gl v-n the four nn ust hs' null. ?- required ?
the saM il?;ed to the'-a'd Kob?-rt Saunders ,.f ? :? li
ropilaKlou, wfil. 'Mi Tl KSDAY the ieth '.?v
February, lDiS, ,t ihe front of the K .\cliiiiy
Hot. I, lit the cliy of Klchmond i'.t. tin- i-onn-r ? f
Franklin 'iinl Foiirti entli >trei t.<, at the !i?ur of
o'clock M.. proceeil to ;?i-l| the .tK !. ' ? I'aTK
conveyed !>y the t il of trust aforejjtM oal * I
Aiitl known as '-y'FKN'S CKKKK,"orso much
or such parts thereof as may be iiM:i-?-sary '?
satisfy the trust created by the sahl i!n-i|. ^
l?nil lc situated on Qiieen';J i-r?-e!?, one i>l tin- tribu
taries of ^'ork river, and but a abort ill>! i ? frmi
sal^rlver, 1 it the county of York. In t
Vlrxlnla. Vessels drawing fotir ?r live fi ? of wa
ter can ascend thi* creek to wliblii at i mllia of
WlMUinsburff.
Ihe place Is saliltobe j -ir'tcelarl v \ 1 f' r
oy?i<'r plai.tlu/. No further desirrlpU'm '
tbou>(ht to Im- necessary, 11 is pri'ei.i >? ?! i!> ?' ?' V
one i!e:lrln/ to purcba'e will vb v tin- : ri ili 1 1
aiul Judge for himself l>efore the day of sale.
Tiik tki:ms akb: That the pu ? !i:t.- r t>-? y *
b'tlf of the purchase money on tli- day f ? !* - !
riii- balance In two e?p:al payments ? one tl"- 1"'
day of .January, JS70, and the oUn-.* "ii the 1st -lav ? !
J ami try, 1*71, and for v bli h he vIm'I i x ? > t . i<M
bonds, each to carry Interest from the davo; -a ??
and to be secured by a deed of tru-it on -.d'lii! '?
The und?-r lulled, Talbot Bwenev re-.|i'iio' ?'
city of WH!!am.-iburK, w iH take pleasure In ?!. w
lUtf the land U> any oni- ileslrliiK U> pur'-b.t
tt. K. UOUGLAM, )
TXT. HOT hWENTCY. > Trustees,
de 15 A I . K X W D K ft llinM.KY.)
i:sm r \i,
Maryland
A?iKIClJT.Ti::tAL ' OLLKlif.
Fit INC K tiKOKGK'S C'OL'Nl Y, M:>.
ON* TIIK KAILKOAl) 1JKTWKHN
WASHINGTON AND HAl/l'I Mt'KE,
NIN'K .MILKS FROM WASHINGTON CITY.
Sessions open SEl'iKMBKIt lint
and KKLiaMKY 1ST.
Vacations from July 1st to j ti mbi-r 1" '
Kntlre i.-harjre for live months, fl25. No?.\'.r.? .
Uniform required.
For circulars or Information apply to
Fit* NKL1N 11U':.'a > V n, PreMd- at :
or to Major F. A. G. HANDY, itrvWrsr.
I'ostfdHce at the col'e/e. j t i>? Jul
J JO L LIN 3~ 7 NSTIlUTfi.
Younjc ladles proposing to enter this Instruti ?' r
thi- second half session (should be nreseiit ? . j: "f ' ? -
fore the KiKSJC WJCIisKttDAY In Ft bruarv.
Thirty-six additional rooms, for twopupl
have been recently llnlsbed, and we wo?M ?'
pleased to have them tilled at tint tlin?. I'hc It ?* '
of Instruction and (.io. ernm. nt c insists ? f iiv'-'
Kentiemen and six ladka;nml thee.uirt-. i l
structlou la both elevated and wide In It* r.?n -? ,
embracing all suldects neceasary to a '.horvu^U and
Complete .sell dasilc cultn .
Theffesslon elote , about the Wth of Jnn.'. Ora-or
for the occasion, liou. -J. L. M. 1 1 uut, LL. D
For Hoard aud 'J ultlon. *'.'.'0; Music, fM? pa)
ahle half In advance, so extra charges
Apply to the rMtperlntcudcul at Itolctourt Sprlug*,
Roanok- eciuity, V.t
Fuplls by railroad p at Halem
' . S. .JODNiON, I usineai A tent
de U~ lw.lfJall lw Holllns In tlt'itc ^
STOVES, TINWARE, Ac.
AT HOME AGAIN.- Tixaiik/ul to our
frleudj and the public tor the v. ry ISV r I
pttronage heretofore bestowed t?u us. ?*?? H..!ln
mlnd them that atour present stand. No CMBIlOAh
y l it Kr.T, may l?e fou; d the ltm >t a "l iun.-'i f
S"OVr.? trUATt. , I ' S' V, v KS.U 'I 'nK-F' U
NISIIING (H.MM-K i:\MiK.i Fi :;v ? ?
FIKKTL VCK H/OATEltS, ,Vc.. Ac. I > Ioluu
? " ?n.i? viv a HTLK,
at an
,iy bouse in the city *H? L
KEROSENE OIL, Lard Oil, OUre Oil, in
cases and on draught, for sale t>y
A. W. NOLilNG, Jit..
Ja 7 No. I7tt east Main drnt.
o
L1VK OIL, in c^ea, ioa y
Oct i'Ja.MUUi, H -i wOlv x tc.

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