Trustees' Sale of valuable Real Estate, Slaves, and Household Furniture.
--By virtue of a trust deed executed by Mr. Christopher Walthall
and wife, dated 5th January, 1860, duly recorded in Richmond
Hustings Court, we shall, in execution thereof, proceed to sell, at public auction, on the premises, on Tuesday, the 22d April, 1861, at 11 o'clock A. M., (if fair; if not, the first fair day,) the Real Estate
, Slaves and Household Furniture
, conveyed by the said deed, via; That large and admirably well-built three-story Brick Dwelling, now in the occupancy of the said Walthall
, at the corner of Canal and 6th streets, fronting 22 feet, running back 100 feet to an alley 6 feet wide.
Also, a vacant Lot in the rear, fronting 56 feet on the east line of 6th street, running back 49 10-12 feet. Also, two Negro Women Slaves, Mima and Fanny, and the two infant children of the said Fanny
, George and Ellick
, and the future increase of said Slaves.
Also, all of the Household and Kitchen, Furniture
, consisting of the usual variety, including a Piano.
The foregoing Dwelling is not only well built, but has all the modern improvement, such a gas, water, culverts, &c, and has ample accommodations for a large family.
Terms.--For the Real Estate
--One-fourth cash; balance at 4, 8 and 12 months, for negotiable notes, interest added, and title retained till last note is paid.
For the Slaves--Four months credit, interest added, for approved, endorsed, negotiable paper.
For the Furniture — All sums under $50, cash; over that amount, four months, for approved, endorsed, negotiable notes.
The taxes for 1861 to be paid by the purchaser.