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Wants --wanted — to Hire out — For the present year; four Servants, all young, strong and healthy just from the country. Three House Girls, and a young Negro man. If early application is made, they will hired low. Apply to me at Mr. M Es Cary's on 2d street between Marshall and Clay. J. H. Schooler. fe 16--6
By Hector Davis, Auctioneer.Auction Sale of Negroes and Tobacco Factory Fixtures. --In pursuance of a certain deed of trust to me from C. W. Jones and C. H. Thorton, (late partners under the style of Jones & Thornton,) dated 2d day of February, 1860, I shall, on Monday, the 18th day of February, 1861, at the Auction Rooms of Hector Davis, at 11 o'clock, proceed to sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, five slaves, three men and two women. Also, immediately afterwards, at the Factory, between Main and Cary, and 17th and 18th streets, lately occupied by said Jones & Thornton, all the Factory Fixtures, Furniture, and utensils used by said Jones & Thornton. Terms.--For the slaves, cash; for the fixtures, all sums under $100, cash; over $100, 4 months, interest added, for negotiable notes, satisfactorily endorsed. R. A. Lancaster. fe 14--dtd