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New Market Races. --The attendance of spectators on the opening day was quite numerous, and we are informed that all hands were pleased with the sport. The Bolling brook purse of $200, was won by Fondren and Williams' b. m. Leisure;--time, 3.58½ two mile heats. Mr. Belcher's b. g. John L., came in second.
Fairfield Races. --Yesterday was the third day of the spring meeting over this favorite old course. The contest was for the Jockey Club Purse, $300, and 3 mile heats. Doswell's Eugene, Belcher's John L. and Fondren's Leisure were entered. The first heat was declared "dead" by the judges. Doswell's Eugene won the two remaining heats and took the purse.
mbed especially. If more than two heats are run on Friday, it is no sure thing that he does not show more perseverance man the rest of the party. Ninette beat him, also, last year, at mile heats. Saturday's race. Leisure belongs to Mr. Fondren, and will probably represent his stable in the race.--She is a fine large, four year-old, with some remarkably good points — her arm, for instance. She is by Red Eye, out of a Margrave. Our redders, however, have seen her pedigree and performances too often for them to need repetition. She ran close up in the two-mile match at Fairfield, in which Exchequer beat her in 3142--342½. If not this male, Mr. Fondren will probably enter Red Eagle, a superb looking bay, full brother to Leisure, and one, we understand, that has proved a remarkably fast horse. It his action corresponds to his appearance, it must be a treat to see him move. Buck-Eye is, we hear, quite a noted Virginia horse; but we do not know his pedigree or to whom
The Daily Dispatch: March 6, 1863., [Electronic resource], The recent attack on fort McAllister. (search)
Negroes at private sale I have for sale privately a No. 1 Seamstress and House Servant, Washer and Ironer, about 22 years old, represented as qualified in cash department, of good character. Sold for no fault. Also, a good Shoemaker and Tanner. S E Fondren. Odd Fellows Hall. Corner of Franklin and Mayo sts. fe 28--cod6t*
At private sale. --I have for sale privately a negro Woman, who is a very superior child's purse, and honest, used to attend the sick ߞThe best references given as to her character S R Fondren, mh 10--3t*
A no 1 Carpenter at Private Sale I have for sale privately a superior No. 1 Carpenter, about 27 years old, and of good character. S R Fondren, Odd Fellows' Hail, Corner Franklin and Mayo sts. je 1--6t*
A no 1 Carpenter at private sale I have for sale privately a superior No. 1 Carpenter, about 27 years old, and of good character S R Fondren, Odd Fellows' Hall, Corner Franklin and Mayo sts. je 2--6t*
At Private sale. --I have for sale four first rate House Girls, warranted as such, oldest only 18 years old, of the best character.--Apply to S R Fondren. [je 23--2t*]
At Private sale. --I have for sale a No. 1 negro man, who is a good carpenter. S R Fondren, Odd Fellows' Hall, Corner Franklin and Mayo sts. je 20--3t*
At private Sale. --I have for sale, privately, a superior No. 1 Woman, who is an extra Seamstress and Chambermaid, with a very likely female child, four years old. The woman is under a very excellent character, and sold for no fault. Apply to S R Fondren, Odd Fellows' Hall. no 4--3t
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