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lor the lic&RMßd Dispatch.]
IN Oh THE JAPANESE TO THE
> May 17. -Ttip peculation of
Ambassadors to the President,
, v attended hy _ miiitarv and
f. theft hotel at li 4 o'clock, in
v The Ambassadors were nr-
Weoeae robe?. The Sinndard
> oMeet carried before his car
mn of bis manter** rank,
on moved with measured slow
►resldent. mansion, through A
nt specuttors, who tilled the
were roc< ived la tke East room
ffoase by ibe- President, hisCa
iatd Military Starr, QeareraoMal
or*. Represeatetlves, the Com
,,v York. tadlOO, Ac.
irtaaUltea preceded thedelixery
. and tin* Ami.Mradota then au
wideet as follow?:
,-, the Ty-eoon. lis* commanded
pectfotly r.uiooa to ■■« Majee
af of the United States, m his
rs: Desiring 10 establish ou a
.j. Foundation tlip relations of
mere* so happily existing be.
conn tries, dial lately the plea.
,: IMb countries have uegolia
dedatreaty. Now he has or
ixchange a retlHoatioa of the
principal site of Woohlagtoe.
bopes that the frieadly rata.
rid mora lasting, and he is very
yoer friendly leeliag that you
us to the United States, aad
Japan I* your men-of-war."*
n itieu made the following ad
,-a few lu.es and then Waiting
tattoo by Use Interpreter, the
owing very low after the tran.-
cordial welcome, as representa
iperial llejeaty, theTy-coon of
American Grovereßboat. We
gratified that the first sat
in grea' Empire has ever BO*
• proper power, has been sent
States. 1 trust that this will
Igor of perpetual peace and
ween the two countries. The
roe are about to exchange
tarv al Stats, cannot tail to be
teaefita and Messing* to thepeo
pan and the United States. 1
v>eli sad premise for my sue
-hall be carried into execution .
nd friendly spirit, so setose.
o conntriee all the advantages
»Uy expeel from the nappy
rr which it has been nego- '
atiflc I. I rejoice that you j
,i,.u Willi t!.e kind treatment yoa
- received on board our vessels-of-war
ii on yonr passage to tills conn try. Yoa
I'll be sent b:u k in .fie same ssanaer to your
. :,;,,!. under i_' protection ol the Ame
■;.- t Men, ••!. lie, during your residence
. "-• us, walcn 1 h..pe may be prolonged
.*> , v. v to visit di_er?nl portions of our
— yre shall be nappy to extend to you
. ipitalityaad kindness eminently due
. ~..': and friendly sovereign whom you
i r'.hily represent." Then followed stiak
' . '.'• '.}r;i. Wlofleld Scott was introduced,
. fapanesegave —isaa warm greeting.
eaker of House and others were
- tented. !
tilling passed oft with the utmost or
regal irity, and the Japanese wirede
. | ■... ith th" Imposing proceedings.
ti . iifternoon the principal dignitaries vi«
. [fe peeeb is rather bad iv construction
, übtless sent by the newsagent jast
. ■» spoken.]
( lina.o Ni'i lional l'o;ivenlion.
lay 17.—There is great
l 'he throng is immense.
•.- bad i procession last right,
iiid ol music. Several States
ted in it.
tdepted by the Convenlioa to
; I :.. elect, that lieing a major
!,• Liimlwr of delegates.
.. on Credentials reported a
he first ballot, will probably get
expected toeoasneace this af
■' OSD DtRPATCB.]
i.v IT—P. M.—The entire report
tial Oommitti • w_£ Itu.l on tfcv
ofH7S!i ,0 ''•'-' _•
if th. usual character va? re
er a lively discussion, the Cou
nted, at 8% o'clock, natil to
reck and Loss of Life.
May Id.—The ship Cicero, of
ben, which left Boston on the
wen t ashore at the GreatGeaeo
. All sail beinj- sel at the time,
the t-.r,e with which she struck,
hoar she #eatto pieces, thus
nplete wreck. On board at the
I Smith, the master, with Mr.
is. Smith, as paseeagers, and a
• men, with a cargo of ice in the
da general cargo between decks,
lost. The captain, two passea
three seamen were drowned.
crew are on board ■ lie> l&araak,
ived here from Nassru, and a
;is raised on board for them.—
ire in a bruised ooaditioa
Mot on the rocks,
l those known tv be drowned
h, Mr. Carney, Mrs. Smith and
,a seaataa.* Those saved are
olds, Cluer, Robson, Brown,
Sing, Walton aud Harrison,
nates of the ship. The rest of
at present unknovra.
it, May 17.—Hau£iei -A resolu
i expelling F. s™ walker from
gallery for being engaged in
evidence produced by the Co
teficieocy bill of was
•t'.res ;ill ihe suspended mail
ppropriates £50,000 per aniiutn
r Isabel mail between Charlet
.-rs. Douglas aud Day is made
I):x was eoafirated Postmaster
and John Ciaiboriie (ieneral
Fire nt Hehoasea t ity.
*1 Loots, May 14.—A destractiTO fire oc
tedatNebtasha City on Satarday after-
nearly alt the hasiaesepor
..f the city, consisting of torty-two prom
- : hiijiiiefrs houses, including the post
' t, with considerable mail matter, aud the
terumeet laed*o_toe, with nearly all its
.-• Mnekell- Hotel was also destroyed.
s«* 150,000, which was insured fur £70,000,
"!y in Hartford (Conn.) and St. Lotus
Gr*-at Iliapliiy of Fine.Tobacco.
1 ■-■'I' n.LE. Ky, .May It;.—The display at
■' i warehouse ia this city ot MO hhds.
otacco, averaging 1,200 Ihe. weight, under
patronage of the Kentucky State Asrri
ural Society, is to be tbe largestexhi
• ' tine tohaeeo ever witnessed ia the
("v*- Tobacco dealers from every *t>rtiou
wUsion areptestat. Premiums will be
•■teal this afiemooa.
|The Mrteterieo— Heaths.
■"" >, May If..—The investigation of the
"•ness death of tho two roaag ladies,
orntrn ol Mr. Terrill in South Weymouth,
• f V "* l i?"' n eT prlveteij before the Coroner's
The purchase of strychnine has been
- 'to George C Hersey, th<; party sus
' '• their sedneuoa and murder. His
'"li on the charge is assigned for the
Iroin the rtlo Grande, Ac.
/' l * OiuijANß, May 17.—Hra/.os dates to
bins! are reeweed. Everything was
li.!. 0 " • " lv Oraada,
'•rrival brings ft£77_Mß In specie.
';•; " ii. .-eainir Wate, sails lor Vera
j»* t"iiday, with arms and aminuiiitiou
• Literal lorcws.
j, . **• York Tra ."Market.
loiiK, May Hi._Tlie tea market is un
''Rwii ' i 'nferior qualities are laic.
Vrni ■"" **•*•<«*! Young do. :n»a.'>lc.;
: ""V«. Piftsai'c; Gunpowder lOaboc.;
*-**y 'loa.it ~.
Itey ** luf E *- | '« : « , »'deßt Pierce.
'**u»»* X'K ' *** U'-—The steamship Kar
"-,,.Jt2_?_ ,ro1 " Nassau, N. P.. wiili Ba
il, 'P"*rt;eaiid lady among berj.atseu
*»«I ___*__ Ma * ,s -Arrived, ship Uar
•_~ A "° Boston : ship Express from Hav
aunie Hodgeman from Liverpool.
Is* v '''"•''lure of th«> lunuda.
■ "..i-dg',' h ' Mil -V f (i -The steamship Cana
"rh h. " oy " ,<)r I«iverpool. She tooh out
__ , „ Alurkrts.
luH •>u<j(i, 7 !.-*_«»«; dull, without tales
•.■"*'*;redai « d . a * c Wheat active-white
: -'.'' !'«ftc ._*■'• J 4O Uoni active and firmer;
■' h- P_rVe.. 72 * 7 i' Provisions uuist and
•:,;''■•«) «J'.i r^ m ,_ 7«- »* -mat
1 'iB _ If """M w» At-J.
_ nacbeeifod. Flour
-, V*' l *"! '.?,. Wheat <iuiet; no South -
77.' Iku sitV" * <: l've and nr.cbaared. Porh
tffijtt v _»■ E?_
BA, Walk Ilia fc Fickle*.
During this month we will otter great induce
menta in the prices <j£ our
LARGE AND ELEGANT
STOCK OF DBV GOODS.
Aa the »ea*on ia advancing, we can altoid to sell
many new and heauiilul styles of weeds atag
nocin ma«. Our assortment is very attractive
and complete, and will be replenished from time
to time with the novelties of the season, espe
WHITE GOODS. kS,LK MANTLES.
... _ AND CURTAIN GOODS.
We can otter unusual advantages, having pr- U
ea-OSd many ol them at the late auction sales very
Wo Solicit all city aad country buyers to exam
ine our Mock. assuring them that the price-will
I* mod* to suit. WATKINS A FICKLFN
my 9 ts
k__ l»rv«cedaatt c«i.— Preferring to open
an entire NEW STOCK OF GOODS m our lew
store lor the fall trade, we hereby oiler to the pub
lie our present stock, without reserve, at cost tor
cash ontu. A special invitation is given to all dc
sirnu great bargains to call at
mv u-6t COURTNEY'N.an Bread street.
•n -_. m v ft. 1 - 7 T " "___L X . xr ■**•■ Bank.
. , ,'V *' Nicholas Saloon, secand to no other es
tamisbment in the State, is constantly supplied
with the choicest —
FRENCH AND AMERICAN CANDIES.
, , FREITS. NUTS, etc..
which will be sold, by WHOLESALE or RETAIL
on the most satisfactory terms.
COUNTRY M KRCB ANTS are invited toc.xnm
mc the large and well selected stock, which is l»e
--ine constantly addeu to. before purchasinK else
-__IJ_r_* B '_ J_S , I I ES Minrlisd with CAKES,
CREAMS and JELLIES of every description.
I iikSai.oos baa just lieen r--fitted in elegant
ttyle, and CREAMS <" ersrjrjfaeer are served to
l..ii.ies and Gentlemen at the shortest notice. A
can is solicited. [my ft—Raff A. ANTON!.
Kt_ Splendid Stock of
.... AT COST Foil CASH.
Q-p! o^ B .^?-^9C_f!f_~ l •*•«—*. FANCY and
STAPLE DR\ GOODS, a
AT PRIME COST FITO CASH ONLY.
lo close bastaOM on latAiuust. Oar stock is large
and complete in every department, particularly in
, RICH DRESS SILKS,
And every new fabric and design of
aa /vi/i \K » "£K s « GOO OS .
MANTILLAS, SHAWLS AND DCS VERS.
EMBROIDERIES. LACES and HOSIERY
As we are selling oil to pcs our deb-s and close
business as early as possible, no Goods will bo
■barged, PERKINS k CO..
5_ '- 1 " 1 No. HI Easle Square.
_?_Ws*e_ I • »• MAIL ,S Ml F
___£__C».)A.SH>'T()WN KOR NEW VORK.
______*The JAMESTOWN, Captain Thomas '
Ekinnkr. Will leave here at 4 o'clock P. M., E'RI- :
DAY , tiie Uth inst.
Excursion Hoketa issued to go aad return by eith
er ol the steamers.State-room andineals in. luded,
lor the very tow price of Bit.
Passage to Norfolk same as by the river t<oata. '
i reuht received to-day,(THURSDAY,)and up
to the hour of i o'clock P. M., FRIDAY.
Coasigaees are requested to send for theirgoods
Freight for Boston taken at moderate rates, and I
forwarded with dispatch.
Tickets and Berths secured at our office or on i
board tiie ship. i
_B_l J7-2i. LUDLAM A WATSON. |
>._v ¥O P. HE W YO R K--FIRST AN D I
"•■"LINEOP RICHMOND AND NEW YORK
I ACKETS The superior fast-sailing refill lr pick
et schooner HA \ ALL. Capt. \V. H. Wiktkbs.
having the greater portion of her carzo engaged j
and going on board, will sail with all possible dis- i
paten For balance of freight, anph to i
■V 17—4t DAVlii A WM. CURRIE.
___s IOR Fill LTvTTELPtIIA-'l'he siipe
<gSg>r...r last-sailing schooner BRUNETTE,
* a —""Gapt, Joansox, having the greater portion
of her oai $n engaged and goiag oa beard, will sail
with quick dispatch. For balance of freight, ap
ply to In.y 17—Cf i W.-P. COLQUITT At CO.
MS FOX ROTTERDAM.—The first class
.gjggAmerican bark- HENRY BECK. Captain
inward cargo, and will be ready for tobacco ma
fswoavs. Por freight, apply to
___ FOR BMrR.P9_.IE AMD PORTS-
regnlar packet schooner
~sa___sAMAßlA, Todd, Master, is now loading
for the above ports, aed having the greater por
tion of ber cargo engaged, will positively sail on
BATUR DAY. E'.ir balance of freight, apply to
my 10—4t* MILLSFAUGH A READ.
_■__ FOR < HARLEftTON, S. <~ VIA
__S_*NORPOI,K. — Tho superior, fast sailing
■BBBaVsohr. IKE MARVEL, Captain B__eißG»,
having a portion of her cargo engaged and going
nn board, will certainly sml this week. Por bal
ance of ireightapply to
my lti-Jt _ W. D. COLQUITT *_?o__
__y lOR NEW YORK-FIRST VESSEL.
_j___The superior fast sailing Schr. "II ATTI E
~™■"■MAYO," Capt. WaBD, having the greater
portion oi her cargo engaged, will sail with quick
dispatch. For balance of freight, apply to
_in> l'J-.-.f W. D. COLQUITT A CO.
._r__4*. NOTICE.—TOBACCO MAN UPAC-
TURERS,and others, sending us Goods
•■* — m - ""hy the A'-ic York SUameri, for st
sHti'MEXT. will please address us by mail, giving
•specific directions as to where and how they w_S
said Goods sent, otherwise they will be stored at
their expense and risk.
No charge made for forwarding such Goods.
LUDLAM A HEINEKEN,
fe 20—3 m 116 Broadway. New \ ork.
*_v. FOR. ROE TOR—FIRST VESSEL.— '
____-Tho regular packet schooner SUSAN, Capt.
—•■"■™B_TB B. Ri'.vkks, having a portion of her
cargo engaged and going on board, will have muck
dispatch. For balance ■■! freight, apply to
my _____ DAVID A WM. OUKRIE.
<»_**» NX WT TEAM-HIP LIRE,
<_£j____FßOM BOSTON DIRECT. TO NOR
__— -yoLK. PETF:RBBURG AND RICH
MOND, VA., CONNECTING BY RAILROADS
WITH THE SOUTH AND WEST—PROM END
•..E LONG WHARP, BOSTON.—The double en
giee steamship CITY OP NEW YORK will form
a line between Boston, Norfolk, City Point and
Richmond,! Virginia.) leaving Boston for Norfolk
and City Point on FBI DAY. Apnl27lh. Will leave
City Point on the 20th and Norfolk on the 21st
Apul, and subsequent, to said dates leave Boston
and City Point alternately, erery ten days.
Freight by thissteamei will be forwarded by rail
ro.vl from City Point to Petersburg, a distance of
nine mil**; also by covered lighters, tewed by
si'tm, from City Point to Richmond, a tliiiance of
»i «•.-» milts; th- lattt rat through rates.
Freight forwarded to the South and West, by
railroad, from Norfolk and from Petersburg, free
of commission, Ec. ~. , ~
it is hoped that thiojsrsf effort to establish direct
steMii communication between Boston and Vir
ginia, (so much needed to develop and increase
trace," will meet with such favor ai.d patronage
from shippers as to afford inducement to place
another steamer on this route, and thus complete
and permanently establish this hue.
PRINEAB SFRAGUE k CO..
No Uffj Central St., easterly end ol State st. Block.
i A-_n.s.—Norfolk. Messrs. J. M. Smith A Hro.;
S Petersburg, Messrs. S. G. Baptist A Co., Rich
mond, Messrs. SiiKtMis A s3om_hvi_i._.
ap 20-1 ni
_ TO ARCHlTECTS.—Architectsare re
~_\p lasted to lurnish plans, elevations and
working drayvmgs and specifications for a
' v TEMPLE, to be built in this
city, on the corner of Mam and Ninth streets. 1 he
Triißtees reserve the right to reject any or all the
said plans, Ac. but if any are received the whole
to becomothe property of the Trustees. Foi the
one first approved or adopted they will pay a pre
mium of five hundred (S»uO) dollars; lor the second
one hundred i fIQUJ dollars; for the third fifty (SSO)
dollars. . _ ___
The building will be one hundred and thirty leet
front on Main itreet and one hundred feet on
Ninth street, with a projecting wing on rear cor
ner of twenty feet for Superintendent s dwelling ;
to be five stories high above Main street, With cel
lar under the whole building*. _—..—,„_
Plans will l* received until the F IRST DA\ Or
JULY next, and to be addressed, under seal, to
JOHN ROHIN MrDANIEL, Esq.. Pre. ident,care
of Isaacs A Taylor, Bankers. Richmond, Va.
Any further information desired in relation to
the building may be rud on application to William
B. Isaacs. JOHN DOVE,
Secretary to Board of Trustees.
DESCRIPTION or PLANS FOR MASONIC TEMPI.-.
The collar is to he nine (9) feet high in the clear,
arid to bo divided into a room for each store, one
for the restaurant, and a coal-cellar under the
kitchen to Superintendent's dwelling.
The principal story is to be fifteen (16) feet high
in l .ie < "tar, and tone divided tuto six rooms on
Main street for stores, and a room on Ninth street
for a restaurant—four of the stores 22 by 100, two
22 by «0. and the restaurant 20 by 44 feet.
The stand floor is to be arranged so as to have
a Concert Room 118 by 70, including stage, green
rooms, Ac and with a gallery. There is to bean
entrance on Ninth street, with lobby, and also one
in the rear with same. There are to he in the
lobby i ticket offices, Ac. On this story there are
to be offices for the Granu Secretary and Trea
surer, 18 by W leet each ; also, a reception room or
refreshment room. 26 by 32 leet. 1 his story is to
be twenty live(2s) high in tho clear, and a part in
the rear of this story and the one below is to be
divided into three stories, the lower one for a
kitchen aud the two upper ones for the Superin
tendent's fanniv. to be divided into suitable rooms,
with private stairway for his use.
The < third floor is to be twenty (20) feet huh in
the clear, and to be divided into a Grand Lodge
room. 60 by »0 leet, with two committee rooms, a
Subordinate Lodge 40 by 60 feet, with two ante
rooms and a refreshment room ."0 by 120 leet, wmi
a dumb waiter coming up from the kitchen..
The fourth floor ia to lie sixteen (16>feet high in
the clear, and to be divided into a Grand Luapter
room. 40 by 60 feet, with ante-rooms, a Grand En
campment room, 40 by 60 feet, with ante-rooms,
and an armory and four committee rooms, 20 In 40
There is to bo an entrance on Ninth street, and
one in the rear to the second story. The cellars
are to extend under the sidewalk on Main street,
and necessary provision is to be made for a fur
nace or furnaces to beet tbe building, and proper
ventilation is to be secured; water aad gas-pipes
W Tbere are*to be' water-closets as follows: One in
eaeb of tbe stores, twoon tho second floor, and one
forßusenntendoet's family, and one for each of
Stock Brioh wtthßtoae cor
■era. Brick and MasticStucco, or Iron.
kiOTIUE-lthisdar appoint IBVINO HULL
rr_r» «. B tfor th.«d.or o u»au«| : R UULI _
nafb BUMMKR OPCNINO. nA
Madame FAUCHE, l-Hl
~ ATM*. mfiloltßTltlT 7^^
M H.¥y"»t/««eiy-d her Cummer styles of BON
££..?' K, 'ATB, HEAD IJRESSFi. Ac. and
___ .rV?™. "f* l * tne attention of the la
"_f ~r S'chmond to her assortment.
Mhe will be re ,dy to open her stock on THURB
-ua-y ,tiie i7tli mat.
r, 801 i N }' :T! ?»'" be found in my establishment
irom $2 to the highest price, according to s u»li
.«„ ta i.. Madam* FAUCHE.
my Id -It* 2.33 Broad street.
tngtS 8 U MMER B ILL IN £ RY. ftfß^
, MRS. DAvTfT* SISTER, __«
214 y.rnnrf _fr«*t, i, f t, r „ n itn and 6th, Xorth s".
Have just received a large and varied assortment
S I M ME R MILLINER V,
embracing all the latest styles, to which we invite
the attention of the Ladies and pu'.lic generally
Also, a large assortment of Children's GOODS.
4*fT\ MORR NEW AND FASHION. n_k~
dy>, ABLE MILLINERY GOODS _.«__
J list arrived and opening at _U__Z
NO. 116 BROAD STREET, *""'
Over the Dry Goods Store or Swords ft Thaw
Mi*« R. L\ONis in receipt, by la%t steamers,
ol a large and eMkat assortment of Straw, Leg
horn, chip. I. ice,-a and other goods, which she
will otfer at unprecedjMted low prices for cash.
. , "•"".«•• ana frft,h P"ods with the latest
styles, wid lie received weekly at her rooms on
Broad street. my Iti—dlw
__er\ sEto bTrT - prTTTH ho fT___~~ !
QU> SUMMER FASHIONS ml&eS
~T Mrs. DEMELMAN.on Main. I* __£«
tween mn.aad lStn sts.. informs her customers and
the ladies in general, that she ia ready to show her
Nunma»style« of MILLINERY, in all its brancti
««•■» articles will be sold cheap.
HOWS ETS and FLATS altered and bleached.
Country iuerofrfnts and milliners will find bar
gains at wholesale, having tK>tr#hta large stock for
thattrade. lapl2-2m*] J.DEMELMAN.
IgjpkK _J|BBBUbI ▼. A. TSMPLEMAN nflk.
OL>' will open, on Friday, 20th, a full nwiim/J
select assortment of _L»_^_
a. _ rt __?_ l AND »UMMER MILLINER
At fto. 212 Broad street. ap 19— lm
j|G&|ro THE LADIES OF RICHMOND AND
Miss REBECCA SBMON
Would respectfully announce to the ladies that
she will open her Room this day (MONDAY (with
? h?, a . v .".'. ul * ,ock of Children's Clothing, such as
k aA I ;K* , L BOV . B ' DX ***■ BS^ACtiUEB.APBOn£
IALMAS. and every article suitable for a child, all
handsomely embroidered and made up in the most
fashionable style to please the most fastidious..
A hanusome lot of PATTERN'S. Just received,
the newest styles.
rJl R A W ' KINO, EMBROIDERING and
GOLD and SILVER BULLION WORK done at
the shortest notice.
TEMPLAR'S GAUNTLETTS and
auttbl I KB of every description mads to order,
and ail kinds of REGALIA repaired.
FLANNEL SKIRTS and SHAWLS for infants,
and every article suitable for children's we-r. can
be bad by ealhaeat Mt*« REBECCA BEMON'S
Room, at her father's residence, two doors below
the St. Charles Hotel. Main st. my 14-2w
SUMMER RESORTS. __
liL_ A J» NT«bMIKR V WRITB SOL.
TullftT ,l U ß SPRINGS. NEAR THE Vlß
_!■ JM 1, . i m a ANJ) TEN'N KHBEE RAIL
hi.Ah. IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY, VA. -
Will be open for the reception of visitors on the
14th day ol MAY. The capacity to accommodate
has been increased by the addition of very pleas
ant rooms. Tiie buildings have all been ne* j
painted and whitewashed, and the liedding hr.s
mucli improved by a thorough renovation, and I y
the addition of BOraatos HAIR MATTRESS EL
Fa<sen;:ers reach this place without. ttaur tra --. /,
and those who may desire to go to the SALT SI J .-
PHUR, GREENBRIER WHITE SULPHUR.or
SWEET SPRINGS, can take as much rest he c
as they may wish, and then proceed by Messti.
Kent. Ficklin & Peyton's line of SUPERIOR
FOUR-HORSE COACHES, who h leave dan.
reaching the Salt Fond to dinner, the SattSalplii r
(Hi in lies) to tea. and the Greenbrier White Sn l
phur aad Sweet Springs (each6l miles) to dinner,
without night travel. Leave Virginia and Te; -
nessee Railroad at Bi* Tunnel sitt ion.
ROB. 11. MOSBY, Proprietor.
A a__ _ «~ -NKB'SWHITK AN li BLACK
▼PrftTSULPHUR \ N D C II A L V B E A I I.
j£JBJLSPRING3 -This WATERING PLACE
will oe open for the reception ot visitors on the
Ist of June, it is situated en the hit' and m
f \til (•/•if of the. Virginia and Tennetsu Railroad,
about half a mile bom Bonsac k's Depot. Roanoke,
Va.. at, which depot an OMNIBUS will always l*e
found waiting, on the arrival ol the cars, to con
vey passengers to the Spring.
These WHIT X and BLA C X S U L}'ll U R
WATERS have etiected numerous cures. The
WHITE SULPHUR, aggravated cai-es of Dys
pepKia. serious aSeotloa of the Liver. Kidneys and
Bladder, General Debility, and especially diseases
of the Nervous System, a* A those diseases pc .',
ouhar to females: the BLACK SULPHUR, all |
kinds of diseases of the Sum. aggravated cases of
Tetter, and other eruptions of tiie Skin.
The ACCOMMODATIONS are equal to any to
be found in ti»e mountains of Virginia, and the
TABLE and ATTENDANTS of the most salis
factory character, together with a line BAND OF
Ml 810. and every other attraction usually found
at lirst-class WATERING PL ACES—as to all of
which we beg leave to refer to the lar».e number
of persons who have heretofore visited the place.
ap 19—d tin .1. A. HEFELPIN (iER. t'ropr.
A_. A W HITK Stj Ll'lll li SPRINGS.
Ti-TBsf GREENBRIER COUNTY. VA.
JfcJßLi This long-established WATERING
Pl.Ai h will he opened ior the reception of visitors
on tiie 15th May.
Many new and important, arrangements have
been made .since the last season in this large cs
tiblishiiicnt, and no efforts will be spared to make
the guests comfortable.
JEREMIAH MORTON. President.
J. Hryit'HKKVs. General Superintendent.
»?_ Correspondents will please address .1. HUM
Pllk EYB,Superintendent White Sulphur Springs,
Greenbrier county, Va. tip 16—eodtlJuly
<3k ByT ~I'OOL R()o at-Eon
_«____■ ____«a | ar( [ House has been removed
to a lane, airy rind convenient hall at the WALE
STREET HOTEL, which will be opened THIS
EVENING, lor the sale ol Pools for to-morrow's
race at Fairfield. All persons interested in racini.
are invited to attend. The room will tie openei
EVER V EVENING, at 7,' i o'clock, during the next
two weeks. my 14—dint
~__~ _-~ AMIUM) It AC KM.—
_J%_toMk _ SPRING MEKTING. 1860
--adC^Sr^___kt s - The SPRIN OMEE 1 I.N",
nvf r this Course will com
ssaa-l incnce on TUESDAY, 22J
May. I,s*;q. and continue throughout the week
FISHT DAY—lst Rack.—Haxall Stake for Colts
and Fillies, three years old, mile heats—#loo en
trance-550 forfeit-. WO added by the Club.—
Closed on the Ist of March with the following sub
P.M. Hall names eh. c. Eugene, by Revenue,
dam E'anny Fern, by Gleneoe. Also, eh. filly by
Financier, dam Betty Steel, by Steel.
O. P. Hare names eh. liiiy by Boetoa, Jr., dam bj
John L. Beltaer names bay filly by Red- Eye, dam
Mountain Maid, by Boston, Jr.
John Eubank uaniex bay illy Sally Eubank, Jr.,
by Hildehrand. out of Margrave mare.
'Thos. H. Christaaaa names —hliy by Red-Eye,
dam b> Priam. _«______ ,
Nat. A. Thompson names bay filly by Boston, Jr..
dun by . Also, prey colt by Red-Eye,dam by
Daniel. Also, sorrel fitly by Transfer, dam by
Daniel. , ._ __ _ _ ,
R. R. Beeatep names bay gelding Luck Eye, by-
Hawkins' Priam, dam by Boston, out of Cady
Jones, by Sir Charles. _,
Thomas J.Green names bay filly M iss 1 ob-icco
Fly, by Red-Eye, dam Fire Fry, by imp Priam.
SAME DAY—-D Rack.—Propriety's Purse S2OO
—two mile heats. ,
SECOND DAY—lst Race—Sweepstakes for
Colts and Fiiues. three yc;irs old. mile beats, BIOS
entrance-..*) forfeit-6'AH) added by the Club, if
three or more start. Closed on the Joth April with
the following subscribers:
F. ML Hall enters eh. filly by financier, dam by
R. A Alston enters eh. colt by Highlander, dam
Kitty Putyear. ... ~-,,.
John Belcher enters Minnis' b.colt by Red-Eye,
dam Watkins mare Betsey. ~.,,•
Gen. Thos. J .Green enters brown colt by Albion,
dam by Ulencoe. ___«_.«_ <
Nath'l A Thompson enters eh. filly by Transfer,
dam by Daniel. ' . ,
SAME DAY—2d Rack.—Proprietor's purses4oo
—three mile heats.
T II l R D DA Y—lst Rack.—Sweepstakes for
Colts and Fillies, three pears old. mile beats—BMo
eatraeee-tHN forfeit- $300 added ny the Club, if
three or more start. To name and close on 21st ol
SAM E DAY—2d Rack.—Sweepstakes for Colts
and Fillies, three years old, out of mares which
never »r< duced a winner up to the close of the
stakes; utile heats—6lso entrance-s7o foifeit.—
Closed on 30th April as follows :
O. P. Hare enters brown colt by Hawkins' Priam,
dam by Willis. _ _ , _
F. M. Hall enters eh. colt Eugene, by Revenue,
dam by Gleneoe. _. ,
N. A. Thompson enters oh. filly by Waterloo,
dam by Margrave. .
FOURTH DAY-I*t Race.—Mile heats, free for
all ages, best throe in live heats, for" a purse ol
$200 on the part of the proprietor—eutrance money
to with the stake.
SAME DAY—2d Rack.—Four mile poststake Tor
all axes 'hat never won a four mile race up the Ist
May, 1800-tglOO entrauce-.50 forfeit—s<Ko added
by ihj Club, provided three or more start. To
name and close on 21st May.
FIFTH DAY. -Handicap puree of 8300. two
mile heats, for the beaten horses of the meeting.
Entries for the stakes which close on 21st of
May, must lie addressed to the undersigneds!
Ashland, Hanover county, Vs., on or before that
day. NATH'L A. THOMPSON, Secy
my B—td Ashland Jocksy Club.
__-r_r EOR SALE—A first-rate young COW
_&__"' AND CALF. W. L. WARING,
_£____■ my 16-ts No. 107 Broad st.
!______""EOR SALE—A one horse CAR
y_RJ_e__RIAGE, made in ths city, with haruess
w* —Br-coniplete. It can l<eseen at O. A. Fran
cis', on Frau-lin atreet, near Old Market,
my l__lt* __ JOHN JP _H ARW _____
rv ".it TIIE PUBLIC.- The subscriber
____§ takes this method of returning lya thanks to
__-Z-"V,.| ia public, and the citizens of Richmond
in particular, for the liberal patronage they have
bestowed on biiu for the past twelve months,
hoping by a renewal of efforts on his part, they
w>Bcontiuue their favors. He will continue to
take HOUSES ON BOAHD. buy and sell Horses
ffootSSJimS. Reliable HORSES and BUGG IKB
tor HI RE; also.a few superior SADDLE HORSES,
which can be obtained on reasonable terms.
_____L°TbsmTliTiA ofHenrieofSSd Regi-1
„?ent)wOl attend their Rsgimen al Muster, on »
M .fon Hfll.at Hockler'. _U
Richmond,at llo'clock A. M.on SATURDAY
""he emoote'ofsaidßofjroent will attend their
drflhT"} theM.WthanfWUh _£_
assembling will be ■ n'tleok p -*r,V?\X\Zmmi
, _____* i &*«£
ByOsddlnfc A p per sea, Ann's.
CTORE AND -tWELLItItt, ON HULL
F> STREET. MANCHESTER, FOR SALE AT
AUCTION.-Will ho sold at auction, on TUES
DAY. the 23d May. 1860, on the premises, at •
o'clock P. M.. the excel ent STORE AND
DWELLING, located as above, recently erected
,h» Mr. (ieo. A. Perry,and now in hia occnpaney
The lot is a beautiful one, the bouse is an excel
lent stand for business.
Tkrmi.— One fourth cash ; balance at 4, 9 and 12
months, for negotiable notes, interest added and
title retained till last note is paid. The taxes for
IttfiO to be paid by tiie puichaeer
Emy 18 GODDIN A APPBRSON. AueUa.
VERY EXCELLENT HKICbT DWELL.
[___ ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF CLAY.
BETWEEN MUNFORD AND GILMER STS .
FOR SALE AT AUCTION.-Will 7* sr.lil, on
-MONDAY, the 28th May, ]«»). at 4 _ o'clock P. M..
the excellent BRICK TENEMENT, located as
above, now in the occupancy of Mr. Wm. W.
Win?.i The lot has a front of ft feet, and a depth
of 1.-.7 feet, to an alley lii feet wide. The house is
nearly new, has nine rooms. t>esides front and rear
portico, and is remarkably well milt.
Tkrm* — One-fifth cash; balance at 4, 9. 12 and
16 months, for negotiable notes, interest added,
secured by a trust deed, or title retained The
taxes for 1»60 to be paid by the purchaser.
my 16 GODDIN A APPERSON, Auot's.
By E. 11. Cock, Awct'r.
HORSES. FAimi_Y~t:ARRIAGE, Ac., AT
, AUCTION.-On SATURDAY, 19 h inst, at !•
o clock. 1 will sell on Council Chamlier Hill, seve
ral Saddle nnrt Harness animals, amongst them
one splendid Bay, recommended as a reliable faui
One one-horse Family CARRIAGE, in most ex
Four young MULES and one FURNITURE
V. AGON. [my IB] E. fl. COOK.
DEAL *ESTAT„ «»N »fc.V.:STEENTH
•«• BT..AND HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, AT
AICTION.-On TUESDAY,29Ih inst.. at 6 o'clk,
P. Al.. 1 will sell on the premises, on 17th street,
opposite the residence of John Priddy, Esq . a
LOT OF GROUND, having a front of 31 feet 6
inches on 17th street, and running back 100 feet,
upon which is a most excelent BUILDING, suita
hie tor a grocery and family residence, in good re
pair, together with kitchen and all recessury out
houses, the whole being under good fence.
After which, all the HOUSEHOLD FURNI
II RE. embracing Mahogany Sofas. Chairs,
Wardrobe. Washitan Is, Bedstead*. Beds. Mat
tresses, i'resses, Lookmg-Glasses, Carnets. A-c.
Tiraifa fow thk Kimi. Estate.—One fourth
cash ; balance at 4, *> and I months' credit, interest
added, for notps, satisfactorily endorsed, i-'or the
furniture, cash. £. B. COOK, Auct
By Richard "niithorn, Anct.
O LICENSE. AT A UCITON.-On SATURDAY,
19th instant, at li) o'clock, at the Horse Lot. on
Council Chamber Hill. I will sell at auction a
eond sound Horse, Spring Dray, Harness and Li
BUGGIES —Also, two second-hand Buggies.
HORSES.—To the above will l.c added three
Work Horses. Imytt] R. CAUTHORN.
By Btea. Welt Anct.
DVBMITD kr, i»k t"VTtIODS. GROL'E.
4 I IBS, Ac—Will be sold at section, at my
store, corner ol Main and 15th streets,on SATUR
DAY . the rfth, day ol May, commencing at 10
p clock, a teneral assortment of new and second
hand h tirniturc.
DRY GOODS.—Several invoices of Dry Gocds.
Coats, Pants Vests. Shoes, Hats, Caps, Spool Cot
toe, Cotton Socks _fee.
GROCERIES—Brandy. Whiskey, Wine, Soap,
Candles, Tobacco. Crockery. Gbjaaware, *c ;
lu.tvj Cigais. [my 18] A LEX. MOTT, Aent'r..
By Thee. \V. Reese*, Anct.,
(Office corner 12th and Cary streets.) !
ITORSES. !»IL'Lit.!»~\>lT WAGON FOR
StJ?f!# ~AlA_,< ^_?M ~ WIII resold, on SAT- ;
l-RDA V MORNING, May Uth, commencing at 10
0 clock at the Horse Auction Lot, on Council
Chamber Hill, several Saddle and Harness HORB- i
ES ; six No. 1 MULES, three years old. warranted i
sound and well broke to harness ; one SPRING
WAGON, nearly near. j
mvls THOS. W. KEESEE. Aact !
FOR SALE AND RENT. i
_«, FOR RENT-The HOUSE on 6th street.
Sj;:; ; near Leigh, containing seven rooms, gas and
*—X-water. Apply on the premises, to
my 17 ts !_____ K Jl' S ___
_«i VERY VALUARLE AMI AD VII HA.
pi'.:.i" I OCATED PRIVATE DWELLING,
■taoN THE NORTH SIDE OF MAIN, BE
TWEEN FOUSH BE ANDADAMS STREETS -
At the reanest of Wm. D Gibson, Em., we offer
for s.ile ihe very desirable proserty located as
above, now in his occupancy. The lot has a front
01 67 feet, and a depth ol 155 feet to an aliey 20 feet
wide. '1 he dwelling is nearly new. is admirably
will built, and :s faishsd in beautiful taste. It
has til. the modern improvements, sgch as gas.
water, hot and cold baths, and is partly heated
with furnaces. It is only accessary to examine
the premises to be pleased with the interior ar
Term- reasonable. Apply to
my l.i-3t GODDIN A APPERSON.
-i_ FOR KENT—A very desirable PRIVATE
V:;; RESI DENCE. conveniently and eeatraUy !o
iiliaL cated, containing some ten rooms. The rent
is very reasonable and the neighborhood tinexcep
tionable. Any person wishing a No. 1 residence,
at a cheap rent, will please call nt the Dispatch
office f"r further information. Possession eiven
by first oi July, or sooner, if desirable, mv is ts
3jj_ FOR SALIC—/LLE ■'S TAV _ R~n7-A
_f:i] place known asALLEY'S TAVERN,on the,
■aa-Westbani Ptank Road, four miles from Rich
mond, will bs offered for sale at auction, on the
24th inst ,(the day of election,) at 4 o'clock P. M.
It can be bought privately before that tune, by ap
plying to JAMES 11. COGHILL,
my 15—drgfthmy* Cor. Grace and 30th sts.
POX It KMT.—A very desirable LODGING
?_"i; ROOM for young gentlemen, with the u«e of a
a——-Bitting room attached, in a pleasant part of the
city and convenient to business. For further par
ticulars, apply to Mr. J AS. GILL, on corner 6ih and
Broad streets. mv 14—it*
_ti, IOK RENT—The comfortable DWELL
fTSI.Mi HOUSE on the Brooke Plank Road, a
sa—-quarter of a mile from the city of Richmond,
withsn excellent garden and lot of six seres at
tached- The house contains nine rooms, and in
the yard there is a I.r!c_ kitchen with four rooms,
and a well of the very Lest, water; also, a good
barn, granary, Ac.,on the premises.
For terms, apply on the premises, to Mrs. WM
J. LYNHAM. _ m y 11 -__*__
__, A «_AV TI FV L PR IVA T_ R _fs I -
_WPENCE. ON UNION HILL, AT PRIVATE
aw—_a L E.—We are authorized to sell privately , a
beautiful private RESIDENCE,on Mosby street,
Union Hill. It has been lately built ol the best
material, ard has attached a two-story brick
kitchen, with e.verv other convenience, besides'a
well of excellent water on the premiss*. There is
attached an acre of ground, beautifully laid out in
walks,with ornamental trees, fruit trees, shrub
bery and (lowers. The property is located in one
of the most desirable neighborhoods, and deserves
tiie attention of persons desiring to secure a pri
For particulate,apply to
mylu-ts JAS. Al. TAYLOR & SON. Aucts.
_m. MOST VALUARLE PKI VATa »»U *.».-
Eg LING ON CORNER OF BROAD AND 11th
■M_TS., OPPOSITE THE CITY HALL, FOR
SALE.—At the request of Dr. F. W. Roddey, who
contemplates removing near Richmond, we o.'ler
lor sale tiie real.v valuable residency located as
above, now in Ins occupancy. The lot has a front
ol :«) feet, and a depth of M 0 feet to aa alley 3e feet
wide. 'She dwelling is weil bulb, and h ts in rooms,
besides ample servant*' accommodations, stables,
carnage house, An. There is gas and wa'cr in the
dwelling. Ths location is among the best in the
city, being near to all the usual places of business,
and in a most improving neighborhood.
Terms— Accommodating. Apply to
my 7—lot GODDIN k APPERSON, Aucts.
__, FOR REN T--The middle tenement of
n::a those new iron front Stores and Dwellings, on
■am. Franklin street, within a few yards of the
First Market, suitable for almost any kind of re
tail business. The Stofe and Cedar will be rented
separately, if desired. Apply at No. 4.1 Main st . to
■Ql-ht WM. WALSH.
_«A IUX RENT, AKAIOKV A.~l» HIOH
_BLY ELIGIBLE BED ROOAIS AND OFFI
■a—ECKS, fitting up in tae Law Buildings, with
wtiter, gas and water closets. Some of the rooms
look upon the Capitol Square; all are well aired
anl cool in summer. These buildings will be de
voted almost exclusively to private and proles
sional gentlemen. But the Bines' Armory is still
for rent by trie night, or longer : also, the first floor
unuer it, suitable for various business purposes.—
Also, for RENT and SALE. DESIRABLE LOTS,
STABLE and RESIDENCES.
ap2*-lm B. B. MINOR.
ji±. FOR RENT—A front ROOM, over our
frcastire, suitable for an office or lodging-room
RuS-jny 9-ts A. DODEKER A CO.
__, SUMMER FOR. RENT.-Two ROOAIS for
ms*. rent, in the attic atory over the subscriber's
afcai-storo. JUAN PIZZ.INI,
mhU-ts No. IK Main st.
__b POR RENT-One large FRONT ROOM,
fi||over Store 172 Broad street, below 6th. Apply
■"Son the premises. mh it—ts
__. -___; kkWT."-The large FACTORY' on
H/T;? Cary street, lietweeu loth and 11th streets, near
sss-Dunlop, Moncure & Co.'s, suitable for aTo
bacoo Factory, Warehouse, or Manufacturing Es
tablishment. Enquire of E. D. Eacho.
fe KENT. PAINE A CO.
___ FOR RERT-The FIRST and SECOND
fS3 FLOORS of the DWELLING over our store.
■fil MARCUS HARRIS A BRO..
fe »—ts Next to the American Hotel.
_-I~FOR SA~LE-A two-story ORNAMENTAL
KaCOTTAGE, with a brick base me nt, on 9th
■■■street, French Garden Hill. Gas throughout,
and water in the yard; containing eight rooms.—
Ternia accommodating. *_«*___ . ~ .__
apl3-3tawts GREEN A ALLEN.
_—" moTlUSr—Was committed to tbe jail of
mS Botetourt county, on the 3d day of April
Tr\ last, a NEGRO MAN, who calls himsell
_H JIM. He is ali>ut 60 years old, five feet six
__£_ inches high, and weighs about ltd pounds
bad on, when arrested, a brown cloth coat and grey
pantaloons, and hnd in his possession a paper pur
porting to be written by his master.(Root. Harris,
of Campbell county,(authorizing Jim to hire him
self and receive pay for his services,
1 hereby give notice that unless the owner of
said negro ooines forward and proves his property
and pays charges, I shall, at ths proper time, pro
ceed to take sooh other setieni in relationito.him
as the law directs. SAMUEL HEDBICK,
mv 9—«w Jailor of Botetourt County.
"___~RARAWA¥--Frorn tbe Richmond and
JPproesrtT of Mr. Thos. Watts. ©rEiiaabeth
J_f_Cit> county. Aa the* got passes to visit
theirhooies on the «th April. _ m prastimsd that
the* are still lurking about Hampton or that neigh
borhood. The usual reward c ill be paid for their
fni* tbe Company. _,____,. _ ~
y 8-aw A. WORRALL, Bup't.
. Norfolk Herald please copy.
" FUR BALE-A pair nL!*f« toil BAY
JaHQRUES. well known in Richmond. Ous
J-works well ineing c harnots, the other an
excellest saddle herss. Sold for no fault, the own •
will separate the., te
-rll-M" Well Bt. Btehtss, RiohmoadTVo,
By Jas. M. Tarler a Sea. Aect's.
THREE VA« AST LOTS, IN ANDER
SON'S PLAN OF LOTS.OPPOBITETOTHK
RICHMOND COLLEGE, AT AUCTION.-Wo
will sell neon the premises, on .SATURDAY, the
19th day of May. 1860, commencing at 43» o'clock
P M., three vacant Lots in Anderson's plan of
Lots, and fronting the Richmond, Fredencssburg
and Potoinnc Railroad. The Lots front 84 feet
each, and run back about 164 feet to an alley a)
Trrm«—One-third oa«h: the balance at I and 8
months, for negotiable notes, with interest added
and properly secured.
my 16 JAM. M. TAYLOB A PON. Aucts.
VERY VALUAHLK KCAi tvsTATE AT
THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF MAIN
AND 14th STREETS, AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
At the request of the owners, who reside in Phila
delphia, we will offer for sale, at public auction,
npon the premiees, on TUESDAY, the 22d day of
May, 1360, commencing at 11 o'clock M.. the very
valuable REAL ESTATE located at the south
east corner of Main and Htfi streata, now in the
occupancy of Messra. Noah Walker A Co., and
Tbe property frontaon Main street V feet, and
runs brick along li h street to a wide alley, and ia
now rented to excellent tenants at 91900 per an
The location of this property, in the very heart
of the city, and convenient to the hotels and depots.
Ac, renders it very valuable for a business stand
of any kind, and we would invite particular atten
tion to the sale, as it is considered to be the most
valuable piece of renl estate now in the market.
Tkrm- orSals are as follows: One-HXth of the
purchase money in cash, and the remaiMer in
equal instalments, at 1, 2, 3. 4 and 5 years; tiie pur
chaser to execute negotiable notes, with interest
added.(payable semi-annually,land secured by a
trust, deed. The taxes and insurance for I*o to be
paid by the purchaser.
ap 27 JAS. M. TAYLOR A SON. Aucts.
I A ROE S4L.E OF 111 I LOIN <J LOTS.
1- AND HOUSES AND L'»TS. ON CHURCH
AND UNION HILLS, AT AI'CTKW.-On MON
DAY, 28th May. 1860. (that betas Whit-Monday.)
commencing at V? o'clock P. M .we will sell unon
the premises respectively, in the order named be
low, the following most beautiful PROPERTY,
Square No. 10. in Adams' Plan, bounded l.y Yen- I
able, Pleasants, Mosby anl Adams streets. It hi* I
been sub-divided into 21 lots, fronting on Venable,
Pleas mts and Adams streets, and among tbem I
may be found some most desirable sites for stores I
Two Framed Tenements on 27th. between O and
¥ streets—one of them is occupied by Mr. Sixer.
They have three rooms ertch, and are comfortable
Two Lots at the corner of 28.ii and S streets, .15
by US feet each.
Five Lots ;it the corner of and S streets. 36
by 133 feet each.
And Ninare iMo- lit. in Rutherfoord's Plan,bound
ed In M h. XeM) and R Ftreets. lung immediate- i
ly in front of trie of Air. O. R. Hunt. It
has lieen subdivided into 20 lots, about M> by 133
feet each. •
This sale will embrace some of the most desira
ble property in that whole section, and will afford
to persons wishing to secure building lots an op
portunity that cannot again occur—while to the
capitalist, it oilers investments which must prove
Plata of the property may be seen at the office of
Teaats.—One-fourth cash; balance at. 4, 8 and 12
months, for notes, with interest added, and title
P. S.—Refreshments wil 1 lie furnished at sale.
my X JAS. M. TAYLOR A SON. Aucts.
By E •__ took. .Xnct'r"
f_EHTEEL Hut-v_.ll.il i> FURNITURK
VT a r AUCTION.-On MONDAY,2Ist msf., at
10 o'clock, I wi'l sail, over the store recently oc- |
cupifd by N.C.Barton, Esq.. en Main between
13th and 1 th streets, a large lot of genteel Furni
ture, consisting of—
WARDROBES, BUREAUS. CARPETS,
BEDSTEADS, Bair and "book MATRRBBES:
Rosewood TETE-A-TKTE. Cane and Wood-seat
CHAIRS, Damask CURTAINS, CORNICE;
Two large gilt frame MIRRORS, he.
After which Will be sold a lot of entirely new
Furniture, consisting of—
Several handsome Mahogany Jenny Lind BED
Full Marble rop Mahogany BUREAUS;
Do. do. Walnut do.
Elegant Mahocaav Sprng seat CHAIRS;
TETE A TETES. SOFAS. Cane and Wood-teat
Marble top TABLES, F.TEGRE;
Cottage B X DS PEA DS, B air and Shuck MATRES
8-8, TEA POYS, BREAKFAST TABLES.
Terms — All sums under SM cash; over tint
amount, four months' credit for approved paper.
_i_j_ B. B. COOK, AttcL
Ity S bos. W. Reesee, Auct'r.
(Office corner of 12'h and Cary streets.)
nOUSE A~» LtTf roll 7»ALE AT AUC
TION.—WiII be sold on WEDNESDAY, the
23d d n of the present month, at 6 o'clock P. It..
(it lair; if not, the next fair day.) tlu HOUSE
AND LOT occupied by the subscriber, on Church
Hill, at the coiner of Marshall and 27th streets.
The lot fronts SB leet on 27th street, and runs back
1/S2 feet. The House is an excellent brick one,
containing 7 rooms without the garret, with brick
Tanas—Bass' cash.#SN in 0 months, the bat- '
ance in 12 mouths. The last payment may be, if
desired, extended to a much longer period.
The buildings are insured at $2400.
.1 AMES a. GODDIN.
Sale conducted by Thos. W. Kek>ks, Auct.
olFti Kirr'S SALE .— in consequence
I.? of the failure on the part of <j. S. Stutz to
comply with t.ie terms of tale of the property
bought by bin at the Sheriff's Sale vs. K. b.
Kirby, the sane will be re-sold,at his risk, on
MONli A V EVEN I NO . Ma> 21st, 1880,
at t o'clock; being the HOUSES occupied l.y
U. S. Stats and It. F. kirby, on 17th street, bj the
Old Maiket. All costs losses and damages to be
paid by the said Stats. Tkrms—Cash. Sale to
take place on the premises.
ISAAC W. WALKER, I). S„
my 17-tds For H. K. Ki.i.yson, S. C. R.
(Successorto Pe.Caaaz fc C 0..)
No. 2. Exchakgk Block. RiCHJtosn, Va.,
Oilers the following WINES and LIQUORS for
CLARET WINKS.-St. Julien, St. Bcrre, St.
Estepbe, do.(pintß,2dox.iaa box,) La Rose, lit.
St. bßuhon.Caat. Lat.mr, Chat. Leoville, Pouiliac
Pontet Canet. do. do. do. (pints,2 doz ,) Pontet
Canst, St. Pierre, Chat. La Rose, Chat. Mouton,
Chat. Margaux Grand via. Chat. Lafite Grand
FRENCH WHITE WINKS.-Hr. Sauteme,
do. do. De Madame, La Otsse de Lur Saluces,
BURGUNDY W I N E *.-Lainartine's Macon,
Chambsrlin, Beaune, Nuit.
CHAMPAGNE.-Cabinet (in half jpints,) Grape,
Bouzy, Imperial.—[All the above of my own im
portation, from the house of Bone be, Fils k Orou
et. | —Moetand Ch. Grand Yind'Augl3terre,do.
Vni Imperial, green seal, Widow Clicquot Fon
HOCK WlßES.—Budesheimer Berg, Laahea
henner, Liebfrau milch, Mareobraasr Cabinet,vin
tage 1818. Sparkling Hcchheiiuer, Sparkling Mo
SHERRY WlNEa—Superior Table Sherry, Ca
binet, Tops*. Eicht Star brand, AntoatnUdo, Su
perior Amontillado. Extra superior Amontillado,
Imperial Amontillado, fiontilla, bottled in 'M;
M A I) E 1 R AS.—PicS Table Wines, different
brands; Welch Brothers' Old Reserve, Camarade
Lobes, 1838; Welch Brothers' Old Reserve Impe
lial. viat. Kit: Blackburn's Reserve; Blackburn's
PORT WINKS.—Very old Port, direct imported
from Oporta, in wood arid glass.
BRANDIES.—James Rennessy. Vine Grover's
Conip..Bsserac, aad Pinet Castilion A Co., vin
tages ,A' 1796, 1882, 1-tt, 1844, up to biW-
ClGAßS.—Always on hand, a large stock of HA
VANA CIGARS, comprising the finest breads soli;
at Havana, su ii as Cabanas, Figaro, Partagas,
A large assortment of all other Imported LI-
U-ORB and LONDON PORTER ; and likewise
Iter finest GREEN and BLACK TEAS, and PAT
ENT SPERM CANDLES. myl7-Gt
rpo BUILDERS. -"
B Belviders Planing Mills,
9th and Arch sts., south of Ba«in.
009,000 ft. Carolina, Florida and Virginia FLOOR
ING PI ANK.
l.*),ii(io ft. lest Flnv.ina LUM BER, consisting of
1 4.5 f. it t and 8-4 Plank.
40.hk) ft. II BART 4 by (i and 4 by S SCANTLING.
2. r , 000 JOIC E. assorted.
i BILL TIMBER, Florida, Virginia and Carolina,
famished at short notice.
All kinds P L A N I N Q, T 0 N 6 U I N G and
GROOV ING, done at the lowest Richmond prices
mv 2-1» S. C. ROBINSON^
'|_ EEP lOOL-TIK! celebrated, unrivaled
IV "CHALLENGE" REFRIGERATOR, with
side ventilator; WATER Cut >LERS.various sizes
eal patterns; ICE PITCHERS, alls iaee aad eat
terns; .Yasser's Patent "Five-Minute" ICE
CREAM FREEZERS, and a variety of other
kinds, for sale at reduced prices.
We call particular attention to the justly cels
brated "Challenge" Refrigerator, considering it
the best article cv«r offered for sale in this place,
an I therefore recoimiietd it with confidence. An
other Bup»ly just received, a few only of which are
unengaged. Call and examine lie 'ore purchasing
elsewhere. G. A A. BARGAMIN. '».,
my 8-tw 217 Main street.
GONTHfER A PLATZKRT
LIyUOR AND CIGAR MERCHANTS,
No 75 Main St., I«t«. Uth and 15th >U.,
Hespectl.iliy inform their friends and the public
that they have opened to-day and oiler for sale a
well-selected stock of choice RHENISH.
FRENCH and HUNGARIAN WINES, COGNAC
and ROCHELLE BRANDIES. RUM, GIN,
WHISKEYS, HAVANA and DOMESTIC CI
Having resolved to sell every article at the low
est possible price, they hope to r ;ceive the liberal
patronage which they respectfullr solicit.
Richmond, Mar Bth. 1360 ______ my «____
ORESII SIYIMfcK I.AOER BKKR-Tlui
L undersigned is now receiving weekly, and will
continue to receive throughout the season, a
superior srtiole of SUMMER LAGER BEER,
from.the famous READING BREWERY, which
be wilt supply in quantities to suit his customers
and the public at hia Saloon.
lie will always have on hand a supply of the best
BWIT/.ER CHEESE. J. G LANGE.
4th street, between Broad and .Marshall sts.
my 14-6t _______________
Orrici Msa< usmts' laatiasacs Co.,i
RiriiMosn. May 9. 1*0. \
DIVIDEND.-The Board or Directors have
this day declared a dividend of eight per
cent, on the capital stock, out of the profits of the
last aix months, payable to the stockholders en
and after the 15th inst., reserving a surplus of 36
per esnt. I tat _____ /• H. MONTAGUE. Sear.
DOR fa ALE- "
U 4000 bushels FINE WHITE_BANn,
From Now Point,
Receivd and for p
my 14—Ini* t Roekstts.
I?oil SALE-A desiribie I.OT. on'"Leisb street.
r nesr to tbe African Baptist Chare.; also,
2 'WO LOTS on Bsker street, nearly opposite Msj
book's late residence; also, a LOT at tbe torn of
Oregon Hill, bordering oa the Canal aad aearwho
°niy*B -iaw-wlVollPlM A APPRRBOW. Ancto.
KB, B>AV«B:-»a» first cnality UUf
»-» STAVES, well esesensd,jointed and ready to
»y l-H«w»w Mtb M., son «V»"»e lhvy|r.
i FurDEjfiu PR.
Br Peddle avTee^raea,Aect's.
SALE OP THR VALUABLE PROPERTY
«a .. _^^^| B fA? 0 BRANCH
TAVKBR, AT AUCTION-The autocriner, hav
ing recently purchased the foregoing valuable real
estate, with the view of keeping it as a Hotel, aad
circumstances having since occurred to prevent
his carrying cat that intension, he has determined
to re-sell the said real est* ty. and for that purpose
will expose tbe same to prpiie auction, on the
premises, on WEDNEBDa.. the «d May, 1880
at 4,'. o'clock F M, (if fair; if not. the next, fair
day.) Lot No. 1. on which tbe Hotel stand*, has a
front on Brooke Avenue of 100 feet, and a depth of
33S feet on Calhoun street, to Goddm street, en
which it has a front of 124 feet. Lot Ro. 2. on
whi.h the Stable stands, has a front on Brooke
Avenue of DO leet. and a depth on Webster stieet
of J4B feet. Lot No. a (m rear.) has a front on
Webster street of 171 feet, and a depth on uwfdin
street of 9S feet Tbe buildings on Lot No 1 are.
for the most part, m cood order, and being of brick,
are insured in the Mutual Assurance Society for
$7.1(0. in the yard, ( between the two Hotels.) is
a remarkably fine spring, shaded by magnificent
sycamores and other trees. The plaoe is a most
beautiful and attractive one It is not only well
adapted to a Hotel or private Boaruing-House, but
is also well suited to almost any kind of business,
being in a part of the city where there is much
business being done.
TkK.*«.—One fifth cash, or a negotiable note at
4months, bearing inteiest,satisfactorily endorsed;
balance at 1, 2. ,1 and 4 yeara, for negotiable notes,
(in'erest payable half-yearly,) secured by a trust
Immediate possession will be given. The taxea
and insurance for lsf>o to be paid by the purchasers.
CHAB. G. THOMPSON.
Sale conducted by Goudin k. Afpesson, Aucts.
TRUST**.!*' sA-S «»e V ALUABLR
REAL ESTATE IN AND ADJOINING MAN
CHESTER, AND SLAVES-As Trustees in a
certain deed of trust, executed by Mr. George W.
Sneilings and wife, dated 10th April, 1960, duly re
corded in Chesterfield County Court, we shall, in
execution of the said trust, proceed to sell at pub
he miction, on the premises, on TUESDAY, the
22d .May. 13G0. at t o'clock P. M , (if fair: if not,
the next fair day.) trie REAL ESTATE: and
t LAVES conveyed by the said deed, consisting of
the beautiful place on which the said Sneilings
now resides, situated on the Western limits ol
Manchester, containing about 30 acres, more or
lesa, having thereon a large framed dwelling ana
several smaller ones The land west of the rail
road adjoining the Spring Hill property and the
farm of Mr. Sam'l Hardgrove, containing about 19
acres, will be sold by the acre. This land is admi
rably adapted to market gardens. The land ad
joining the mansion house will be sold into lots,
according to a plat and survey to be exhibited at
the hour of sale.
Also, several other Lota, in and near to Man
Chester, and several valuable SLAVES.
The particular attention of the puolio is respect
fully called to this sale, as it ia bdieved that there
are few- more beautiful places around Manchester
than tbe.one on which Mr. Sneilings now resides.
Tanas.— For the Real Estate, one fourth cash;
balance at 4. 8 and 12 months, for negotiable notes,
interest added, and title retained till all the pur
chase money is paid. The Slaves will be sold for
cash. The taxes for 1800 to be paid by the pur
chasers. CHAS. T. FR! END.* T ,...._».
A. A. CHEATHAM,( l "•"••»•
GontMN A Appkrsos. Aucts. ap 24
P. B.— Immediately after the above sale will tie
sold a COOPER SHOP, near to Uunlop. Moncure
ACO'S mills, and 13 sets of COOPERS* TOOLS,
HOUSEHOLD and KITCHEN FURNITURE. 1
PIANO, 2 good MUKES and CARTS and HAB-
ALSO—A COAL YARD, about one-quarter of
an acre, on which is a new Cooper Shop, Also,
two .NEW TENEMENTS, near Coal Yard, front,
ing on the Western Road, near the limits of Man
chester. Turn*-At the hour of sale
my 8-td GODDIN A APPERSON. Auct'rs.
P. S.—Alter the foregoing sale, will lie sold the
Hi use and Lot now occupied by Air. Josiah Moles,
at the corner of Perry street and the corporation
line, fronting 40 feet, running back 186 leet.
Terms—At «»i*. Inivlil G. A A., Aucts. !
\ T ALI ABi... rat Vats sv£sii»EN«:E
V ON THE EAST LINE 6th, BETWEEN
CARY AND CANAL STREETS..FOR SALE AT
AUCTION.—WiII be sold nt auction, on the pre
mises, on THURSDAY, the 24th May. lfrJO. at 43,
o'clock v. Al.the excellent BRICK DWELLING,
loca'ed as above, now in the occupancy of Mr.
Richard Hill, and adjoins the residence of .Mr
John FreeUtnd. The lot has a front of 30 feet, and
a depth of liv feet to an a!le». The house is not
only remarkably' -.veil built, but is now in comfort
able repair. The neighliorhood is an excellent
one. Tiie terms will he remarkably liberal: sayy
on §2 500 a credit until Ist March, IPOI, liearing
interest, will bo given, and the residue on such
terms as shall i>e announced nt the hour
The taxes and insurance for 1)60 to lie paid by the
purchaser. GODDIN A APPERSON,
my 16 Auctioneers
EXCELLENT HKILK r_hBMBHT ON
THE SOUTH SIDE OF FRANKLIN, BE
TWEEN 2Sd AN I) 24th STREETS, FOR SALE
AT AUCTION.-Wiil be sold at auction, on the
premises, on FRIDAY, the Kth May, l*u, at &
o'clock P. M.,( if fair ; if not. the next fair day,)
the excellent brick TENEMENT, located "as
aliove, now in the occupancy of Mr. J. Powers, at
the annual rent of 6260. The lot has a frunt of
about 27 feet, and a depth of 100 feet to an alley.
Tkrms —One-fourth cash ; balance at t. H and 12
months, fornegoiiable notes, interest add'd, se
cured by a trust deed or title retained. The taxes
for 18<i0 to be paid hv the purchaser.
my 17 GODDIN ,v APPERSON. Aucts.
C9EWISRMSJS— :*»• *«L*. OF VALUA
BLE REAL ESTATE IN MANCHESTER.
BOUNDED BY PORTER, BIDDLE AND JACK
SON STREETS.—As Commissioners appointed
by a dectee of Ihe Circuit Court of Chesterfield,
pronounced on theDtli of May, 1860 in the ca*e of
Day's Executrix, he, ti*a,ii\t Moore, Ac. we
shall proceed to sell at puh'ic auction, on tho
promises, on THURSDAY, the ttet of May. 1809,
at 4,' i o'clock P.M ,(il fair; if not, the next fair
day.)those two half-acre LOTS in the plan of .Man
chester, (Nos.JH.J7I I Incited as above, having
thereon a larje BRICK DWELLlNG,occupied by
the late William Wallace Day at the time of his
deaih. Ihe said lots will l« subdivided, according
to a plan to be exhibited nt the hour of sale. The
foregoing real estate is l<eautifully located. j
Tkrms.—One-fourth cash; the balance at t. Sand :
12 months, for negotiable notes, interest added, and |
title retained till all the pu'ehase money is fu'ly |
paid, and a conveyance ordered by th? Court. The '
taxes for 1960 to be pud by the purchasers.
BENJAMIN H.NASH / p„-„„. r -
PARKE POINDEXTER,< %jOWm "•
Sale by 6o___ _ ___ga___ Aucts. Ny 17
HTh i"i V|-KK'!*" K~Al7if6r* LA NI» IV IIA N~.
1 OVER, ON VIRGINIA CENTRAL RAIL
ROAD. -Pursuaitto the provisions of a deed of
truat from Wm. It. Tjler aud wife, to the under
signed,at the ri'iuest of the lienefiriary iv said
deed, I will, on the premises, on the Sfh day of
Juue.lSOO. romr n ncing at 12 o'clock, sell to the
highest bidder, tie tract of LAND conveyed by
said deed, conta.i nig by estimation one hundred
acres. This tra ;l of Land is on th" Virginia Cen
tral Railrond. at 1 adjoins the lands of John F.
Cross, .Ino. J. \t i lgfield's estate aud others, and
is a part of'the tract of land lately belonging to
Charles Jar vis' utate.
Tbbms.—Cast wnl be required for so much as
will be BBOMSai» to pay the costs of sale, record
ing said deed, k t . and to discharge the debt se
cured by said deed ; as to the residue, the terms
will be made kn o;n on the day cf sate.
my 0 -dtds R. O. DoiWELL, Trustee.
TO THK CITIZENS OF
dr. Mont ard e',' f°r. s. m. f. a
UNIVERSITY OP PARIS, *<•.,
SOLE DISCOVERER AND COMPOUNDER
MIRACULOUS PAIN KILLER,
\ GREAT FRENCH R*HEIJMATIC REMEDY!
Begs to invite the attention oi the
TO THIS GREAT PREPARATION
Now universally acknowledged to lie.
EITHER as an INTERNAL or
THE liRKA T EST MEDICINE
IN THE WORLD,
For the immediate cure of
LOSS OF APPETITE,
FEVER AND AGUE,
CATARRH, or Cold in th_ Head,
IT CURES THE WORST TOOTHACHE
IN HALF A MINUTE!
THE WORST NEURALGIA
IN HALF A MINUTE !
THE WORST CHOLIC
IN HALF A MIN UTE '
THE WORST SICK HEADACHE
IN HALF A MINUTE!
IS 4 WORD.
ALL PAINS AND ACHES.
OF WHATEVER KIND. VANISH BEFOBE
IT PURIFIES THE BLOOD
AND RENOVATES THE SYSTEM,
IMPARTING HEALTH AND VIGOR.
OP MIND AND BODY.
Is BAt.TiMoas, Washington, \nh am. othks
CITIKS WHKRK _KaS BXKN I XTRoIK'CKD.
IT HAS ENTIRELY .SUPERCEDED ALL
MORE OF IT BEING NOW SOLD
than of any other Vcdicme in the World !
AS A SPECIFIC FOR
IT STANI'* INKUALLgI)!
We do not say of this Medicine aa is frequently
said ot others, "that alter using ft or 6 bottles re
lief may bo expected." We confidently assert
that in using this medicine the relief is
While the price of this Op bat Hi.rs.-iNo is only
26 and 30 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
We respectfully ask lor it a trial from all, sat
isfied that one trial will lie sufficient to establish
for it in Richmond the high reputation it enjoys in
all other cities. _ J AS. McDONNELL,
General Agent, Baltimore.
For sale in Richmond by . chcsll, L_nr> A Co.,
Fi-iik.ii k, Wi.NsToa.Main st.,ar.d by Druggists
generally. _ my 1- Imif
HVBRA.I TB, X ~
, _ , __* PITTING.
Having employed a practical workman to do this
kind of work, 1 am now prepared to execute tho
same in all its branches, I am also prepared, with
stock and workmen, to undertake all kirds of into,
large or small, aad warrant them to bo dons ac
cording to contract, aad in tho most workmanlike
Persons wishing this hied of work dons, would
ffJf^JV^ •_ •*•■»• wge of teo large
Codes Pot. No.« Main St.. near the Old Market,
mys-lw VtkX. BE AM WOOD
ffiK_ssSrr«i_.__v_r ""/r _
We have ■ irttlsittts and tomtiMoatnia from ths
Canada aud th. ins to the so
attend to all enters )• oiti or ooentry, with
•» Jas. IH. Toy tor ft •ee.Aael'sl
TWO FRAMED A* It
LOTS NEAR DUVAL STREET, AT Alt.:
TION.-We will sell soon the promises aa FBI
DAY. tho Mth dai of Mu.ewiatjeiu at r.
o'clock. TWO FRAME. TE NBMENTS oa J
cross street, between Duval and Baker street, and
3 early opposi te the late residence of Jacob Bheok.
ee'd. '■_.*,_' . .
TraMs.-One-fourth cash; tho balance at 4. a
and 13 months, for negotiable notes, with inter set
addsd. snd secured by a treat deed, ___, .
my IS J AS. M.TAiLOH ABON.Aoeta
„ _E,IMMEDIATELY aftor the above sale, will
hssnwTwo VACANT LOTS,ia rear of thelate
res.dei.ciof J-nob Shook, dcc'd.'fronting en Weh
etor st. .10 by 110 each. Terms trn shove.
_m» 1« J AS. M TA> LOR A SOW. Aoe's.
By Richard faathera Aaet'r.
DRY OOODh, t LOTIIM4J, SHOES. Ac
AT AUCTION -On pVIDAV. llWh isit .at
10 o'clock, at my store, I wilt sell atanetion. to
close sundry consignments: Shoes. Boots, Coats,
Pants. Shirts, Snspcnders. Buttons. Panama sad
Straw Htta. and various ether nrti-lea.
_____ Cash. Imy WJ _R. CAUTHORR.
By J. H. Plggcs, AeoVg.
WILL RE SOLU.eyery n.rht this week, st
auction room SI. Mate street, commencing at
TORS. Ac. Also, a tot of PAIfCY OOODS, CI
GARS, CUTLERY. Ro. . __„______
N. 8.-Cor.signmsntt reoeiyiM svevyde? sad seld
without reserve. J. R. Dlwwisb. aeot,
D. F. liooTU. Salesmaa. ___Jg *_*___.
LIFE Hf STJRAIf CB, Ac.
J peT_ fi _Tfi i MI A "Ll P_' . R»DtRARC E
1 COMPANY is now fully prepared Jot hnet
ness, and the attention of the eubhe ijearnestlr
called to the importance of us objects. This Com
pany, under Its charter, divides seven-eighths of
its profits every three years, among tho policy
holders, thereby giving the assured the advan
tages of the mutual system, with the pledge of a
perpetual Capital Stock of aiCO.OQT), and the added
security that its Stockholders have a permanent
moneyed interest in conducting its amirs with
prudence and economy. ... _' _ __.
Tho Charter requires one-hair of. the Capital
Stock and Earnings to be invested in Bond and
Mortgage on unincumbered Real Estate,worth
douMe the amount. „ , * ___.
The chief object of the Company is to aid ia ro- -
taimngat home the immense amount of "aosey
which goes annually from our State for Llie rre
miitms to Northern Companies. That money will
be loaned to customers for a terra of years, at le
gal interest, and disbursed inonr midst.
Endowments and Annuities granted. Life and
term Policies issued at as low rates as other fowl
Companies. Stoves insured for one year, or Tor a
term of yeara.
Wm. H. Macfarland,
Roscoe B. Heath,
Thos. W. MoCanoe,
John H. Montague,
David I. Burr,
Jas. L. Apperson,
Lewis D. Crenshaw,
Wm. G. Paine,
H. E. 0. Baakervill,
Snm'l J. Harrison,
Robt. T. Brooke,
George D. Shell,
Jos. R. Anderses,
C. G. Barney,
10. H. Maury..
Jas. A. Cowardin.
Bery. H. Nash,
P. T. Monre,
John HE Claiborne,
Wm." H. Christian.
Wyndhe * Bo bsrtson *
John C. Rhafer,
Peter C. Warwieht
George J. Snatner,
D. S. Wooldrid -c.
Upon the adjournment of the meeting of Stock
holders, the Board of Directors convened, aad
ejected the following officers:
Pr«.<irf««f-WM. H. M XCFARLAND.
VieeFresidcnt-SAWL J. HARRISON
Physician-Dr. BLAIR BUR WELL.
B HEATH. Eag.
J. ADAIR PLEASANTS.See'y.
Ba_Othce corner Main and Uth streets. Rich
mond. ap —i—ts
f .re •M^% H p^
■_,Othce No. 131 Main Street, Kiohmond.~Bfl
Capital and Surplus, 9*90.000!
This Company has the advantage of twenty **urn
years' experience in the Insurance business, end
having enjoyed the favor of the public during all
of that period needs no special recommendation to
the citizens of Virginia.
it effects Fire Insurance in city and country, and
Marine Insuranoe to all parts of the world.
Its cash capital and surplus are as above, and it*
affairs are managed prudently, but liberally, and its
rates are as low as those of any other good institu
tion. DISKCTOSe :
W. L. Cowardin. J. E. Wedsworth, Patrick Cullen,
Joseph Allen, Wm. Bests, Geo.W.Smith,
Horace L. Kent, Thos. Samson, B.L.Winston.
Wm. Palmer, Chaa. W. Purcell, Jno. N.Gordon,
Alex. B. Parker, Jos. P.Winston, Arch. Thomas.
Jaa. A. Inloes, U. A. Claiborne.
Apply to the President or Secretary, in person or
by letter. W. L. COWARDIN, President.
Wm. Willis. Ja.. Secretary. jsP—ts
coal, 00-B-» wbop, mo.
PINK WOOD rOR «.1..'»0.-l would respect
fully rive notice that 1 sin now prepared to
furnish goot PINE SLAB WOOD, delivered any,
where within the city limits, fur tbe low price of
i«3 so per cord, for cash. *
Any orders which may he left with Mr. Wm.
EnsttsH, on 2d street, or at Jno. A Gko. Gibson's
Saw-Mil', will lie attended to promptly.
ui> 17-lm" RIcIrtAKDSRARPR.
COAL. -On hand a full supply or
MIDLOTHIAN, LUMP. AVERAGE
and SMITH'S COAL.
RED and WHITE ASH ANTHRACITE COAL.
mil 14— »s 14th St., near Alayo'a Bridie.
CM>hK.--The price of Coke until further notice
■> will 1* aa follows:
SOFT LUMP COKE BMS
SOFT HAIL COKB__ i.I»
HARDCORE __ _.. MS
Orders promptly exsouted at Yards corner 10th
and Cary and 6th and By rd rtrecta. Terms cash,
deja-te JNO. J. WERTH. AgonL_
C\Km\ AND PINK WOOD-Seasoned and ua
y~f der shelter, for aale at Coke Yards.
delJ-ta JNO. J. WERTH. Ag't.
TO RriIPRRB riiipiieihi Will be received
— by the undersigned until Saturday, Mar 26th,
for the erection of a HOSPITAL, immediately
a'tj*cent to the Medical College, in Richmond.—
The main building will beMfeotin length, (front
ing on Marshall street,) by 40 in width, and three
stories huh, exclusive of basement. A wing in
the rear to ie til feet by 26, also of three stories,
with a portico to each story. The muni walls of
each portion to be of brick.
The hmldiiiK is to furnish accommodations for
the steward and his family, resident physician, res
ident students, and about 76 patients in publio
wards, besides i> private wards. The upper story
of the main building will also contain aa operating
theatre, or lecture room
The plans and specifications may be seen at tho
office of Grant A Nenning, Architects, at the Me
chanics' Hull, on and i;lter Wednesday. May 9th.
Tho contractor wid be required to commence tho
work within two weeks after the signing of the con
tract, and to complete it by the Ist ol December.
Payment will be made monthi'i to the amount oi
76 per cent, of the work done, and the balance wilt
le paid in full as soon as the builuia* is completed
Proposals may tie left at the office of the under
signed, in Franklin street, above 7th, or addressed
toliiiiiby mail U.S. JOYNES. M. p..
Dean of the Faculty Med. College of Va.
Richmond. May 500860. my 7-2s_,
S «-«ETH.mV TMW ROTg oNK
LIGHTNING BODS. ALL COPPER, Patented
July llth. 18Si.-Having obtained tbe 'xelustr*
riKh' to manufacture this Bod. lor the STA thOr
VIRGINIA, and having sold and put up over TWO
HUNDRED THOUSAND feet in the last two
years, which has liven general satisfaction; all
scientific men speaking highly of its conducting
pamfer*, aa being the beat Rod in use; I am now
prepared to furnish stents and ot here any quantity
they wish. All ordeis, accompanied with tna cash,
punctually attended to.
Persons in town or country can have their houses
tried by competent workmen, by calitug on the
WM. SEARS WOOD. No. s Mais st..
Sign of ths Big Coles Pot.
_mvlß-lw _ Richr-mut. Va.
DKHIVION, BILL* _•__
FOR THE SALE OP NEGROES.
1 At TU*iaoLt>STANB,Coa. Fbamslin and Wall
Strksts. Richmond Va..
Continue to sell NEGROES both at public and
private sales. . .
Persons entrusting thsir Negrres to us for sale,
may rest assured of getting ths highest market
prices tor ihem. __
Our porters are always in attendance at thedil
tsrent depot, and boat -pg^
my 11- dAcwtm C* B. RILL.
SECOND aU PEL V OP SIMMER CJOOIMtT.
I have just returned from the Northern cities,
where I hays purchased for cash a la _c aad
handsome assortment of LA DIPS' DRESS
GOODS. BONNETS, RIBBONS, aad all kinds of
MILLINERY GOODS, which I will sell very low.
New goods received every week.
Bonnets bleached aad mads to order.
Store closed every Saturday.
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*• wagons. diet barrows,
I carrylogs, woollens.
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MIL- OPPAL, tOIUI A-DOATS.
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For sa'e on to
Si -itAWi-HNIES, aTRAWIKBRIRR.^
»* t miv daily receiptor bus, large and ftesh
STRAWBERRIES. Thoee in want ef teem lor
pisssrving can eaga«» thorn ia any teanUly. b»
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