By Goddin a
Commissioners valuable Granite-front. Tenement on the North side of Main, between 9th and 10th sta — as Commissioner appointed by a decree of the Circus Court of the City of Richmond, pronounced on the 19th June, 1863, in the cars of Jones against John&c. I shall proceed to sell at public auction on the premises, on Tuesday, the 7th July, 1862 at 11 o'clock M. (if fair; if not, the first fair day there after,) that large and very valuable four-story -front Tenement located as above called the "Capitol House," the lower story of which is been occupied by Messrs Yaker & Brother. This testament has a front of 26½ feet and a depth of 106 feet to an allay. It was built about ten years ago, and is justly regarded as one amongst the best tenement in that very desirable and improving locally. The special alienation of capitally and others is respect fully called to this sale. Terms.--The purchaser is to deposit in the Back of Virginia to the credit of this cross, the sum of $4,405 for the purpose of discharging the Hen in favor of Samuel B Jarvis, and of the resident of the purchase money. I is to be paid in cash balance at 12 and 18 months for negotiable notes, interest added, satisfactory endorsed and side retained till all the purchase money is fully paid but with liberty to the purchaser to pay the whole of his purchase in cash, at his option.
P. S.--The above sale is unavoidably postponed to Monday next, the 13th of July, 1862 at the same hour.
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