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■IT- Luim*-** ** —*“« ,f
IT «*s p***< defining the terms
O***1- *n .i^b companies or corporations
of runuing railway pox«eu
T, this city Tbc preamble vis
>-*r‘ *“ Tjetr-I m the Council, by the act which
‘-it* P°,# >>. the General Asm mbly, authoriz
tif ‘#f**d*J!!enon of said railways, and ordains that
l ‘®^Mbe privilege of running said cars in the
shall be .uNset to the following
sr*1* * ,‘Ln« conditions, restnction* and limitation*
a * condensed form.)
VTe f»rt -hail prescribe specially the streets in
[. TV***jTaT» nldT be laid down, and the termini,
neet of sail railway, and to which the cars
#alir**- I action provides for modifications of the
f* ""“Lnxv't to single and double tracks,
j -.raci ®. ^ , Detracted on the most ap
TV,r“^0 be approved by the Kugiueer of the city,
,,rJ P““' >iii)ltruction is commenced, and the same
'* '/Vv','K.t#,i under hi* supervi-ioo, subject to his
•tiy when iuiproperlv done, with the right of ap
council, ami »hall conform to the grades id
W * street- through which they pass. Applies
y •"'V right ot • *'. or for exlensious, shall uot be
.«& 1 „□ bv the Council, until the same has
yud 'o, and reported upon by the Commission
ri<t 'ol- jj,,. tracks shall be the same ax that
4 ^ f tsweet carriages in use in the city of Kicli
**f3order t0 admit of the passage of such carria
j »*** ,y traUi plates. Carriages and other vehicles
miode tl“‘ r,,u,‘m‘r ol "n-v ‘‘*r> when oeeupjtog
' ,ICj»-r a penalty of *5. Competing lines ot
•d!r>' 0!Bnibu<ses, or other vehicles prohibited Irom
5 5th iretitfp r*Qm*** lb* 4,°®PM<f to incur all
' ,,,r trussing or repairing the streets, in layiig
^ »rterit'e ihe railway, snd the t'.tb teijnirv* tbe
' aneu the city shall pave a street now unpat*
*f*a-T’ ^ expense of paving that portion within the
«•• *" 00 ',lh‘‘r ®*d‘‘ ., , . .
r*w dau.se resuirmg the company to provide sleighs
- suitable vehicle*, when the track is rendered
",;t Sv snow — •ior -n pmpnt!—wa.* strict*
.uaoai" - ....
,. (>v me Oooneu >
Tjj.i price for transporting passenger* from one pvt
I lit in the other, shall not exceed the sum ul jfw I
,r each passenger. In consideration of the pi -
-ranted, and iu lieu of all charges lor taxes, ete ,
' , ,Bt „f xho gross receipts to be paid to the city
jf •' nll. w be a preferred debt against the coni pan*.
, tax. howevgf, ot i*», to be paii for each cai
*""\be aid railway.
, to ‘e prorided with suitable brakes, and not
ul four horses or mules to be attached to a car.
ceding the maximum of speed prescribed iu the
the civmp.uy to be fined not exceeding
he -ooductor or driver of the car to be fined it the
■it th x -.-,-tion be the result ol his ear*le*snei>s.
vjuLiio:.-" -o prevent common i ana accidents are
.w-.bed I
i’are:nl, sober and prudent agents, conductors and
' !0 employed, to take charge of the cars when
a* mad; and the cornpariT to •«“ liable (or ail tines
•dritares.
Fach car to he numbered, co-mueucit g at “ liqm
' ,Jt' the number to be painted iri some conspicuous
»a hotb aides ol 'he ear. Cars not allowed to ruu
, - .sat,! th d.»T.”
' r iMi section provides for the improbable couth*
, 0! a 'U-|"'n-vor< of tin* use of any railway for a p« -
? rtitetfirit six months.
i The pnv'Ue- • cranted toany company to construct
n,, ,tc., mile-' forteited under the preceding sec
guli fonlinnr fur fifteen years, ftoni the date id the
t At the expiration of that p riod, the l.'ouucii may
,1 (sl the said prink’!’* to fa- company for another
.j ii fifteen v ear*, upon such terms and couhitons
,r I • agreed upon by the (Council and said company;
j t e ' o«i.' iltil fait lor one year to give nuticc to
iporv <•! it ; u i- V'c to insist upon a new eoutract,
, ul »! the CVviu. tl to tiic continuation of the orig
, outran b*r ssii perm I of tittien rears, shall bo pre
4,3wJ. Iu the event, however, of disagreement as io
•ir trruf and vonilitioas, when notice is given, the void
, i "xtuosto be '-lid to the city the* price to bo fixed
irtHt.-a’ors a:i i vqiiat-ed as lit -petty to be u*ed fi r
■ purposes for which it was prov ded, apart from the
,, ;# ui the privilege of running 'xrs in the streets of the
Tii* contract to *>e null and void if the railway pro
taW for is not constructed, belore the expiratiou of two
.» The privilege of running ear* in particular streets
i.v.' be ."■xu rd p> only on- company, but the same or
■tier roapanv may be authoris'd to run c»rs in other
»fr»e • » d ii :tr-.vt tracks previously laid down.
r lias yt xMtox.—The consumers of gas h:ul
... io expect that the Council, at the last meet
-«ucif, would have passed the ordinance redu
;fie price of g vs, but wlieti it wa; call d
sv I*r Mils, the Chairman of the ‘•Committee on
• V!r II.il,«. -jec ted to its consideration,because be
:»i iKuiuoi Utai the construction acco.tnt of las'
•sir, ad icd to the current expense account, exceeded
> sr-aU amount the gro.-. receipt- ; and he wauled
to '.ms into the matter' Hr. Mills vielded, and the
in. was not considered- It is our opinion that Mr.
i s "trire's nest" shouid uot have prevented the imuii
tdoptwn ol the ordinance. We demonstrated con
i ; eiy ia a previous issue, that at the proposed re
. . rates, the revenue of l->otv '61, would nearly, if
:’Cetbir, oil-eir the aggregate expenses of the
I r • hgicia.if the street* and public buildings, frtt
But it was enough t'oi the Council to know
} : » ' ' Itet cf guS ii. d been consumed iu the
• «.t', c s,during the j>a>t t.ruc years, which, at *2 j-t
V ' •• w u! I have cost the city f23ti,i»*» had the works J
-•-d to a company. jfA i iws A«ir brs fair- /e. ,
thr ram*mmrr. ni o-1, and now, alien a
. aas.iau I' tirade to relieve them of ■< partirm of this
nrt« mid adjust tax fur thr f'*tnrr, a member of the
'•KScti ntu-vt deair* time to consider. Suppose that only
ired citizens should consent io use gas tins year,
• -tit tie equitable or holiest to require them to pav
'.•expenses ol public illumination' AnJ it uot lair
• <vae hundred, is it j'tat to irupoae the burden upon a
»un! or two thou-.ii id v Tue principle is the same
*«x!vee the gas consumers to have an eve to this sub*
i: : if iheir r-^htt are uot respected, let them t»Le
r proper ueps to assert and mainlaiu th *rn, ktio.vit.g
; vv have to -leal --not with a “soulless corporation’’
.' with their public servants.
*. one ot our recent articles on the subject of ga-, we
■ yield \ • the tabai ol . ul mnwed
•a- -"last year, than iu anv previous year. It -s due
'* fir Frv that we should state that this d*tlerence am e
treat .iegree, from the unavoidable ex;<osure of the
i* tot e weath-r and its consequent deterioration;
further, that On tv a few barrels of nv-iu were uae-i,
c. - worts, h't year, while forinerle, several hundred
fsrrrl* were auuuady consumed iu the generation of gae.
a: Fry couqd tins ot tin- dedcieniy of storage room for
3ts m ft.' last report So tar as the metre*, in private
;o.<*s, i«- bills, eur, are eonceroed, Mr. Fry has no
toirtcor’rol o- r them, than any other citizen, the In
»pe tor o*;: g whol'y inde|>eiideat of the Superintendent.
A'F.v su.t wiih “Tnx Ti-sk.‘‘—Wm. E. Tatum,
it this cii'. a few dav a^o, with in his po»’k
rt. »i;! on Tbur-; .v ri. rht, in riturnvog to his lodgings,
‘ ' i’ to •>-. 0’i ll’ll. c.,l!,d ii. at w rwlaumnt, on
i abifted Ha
a*’ «.:ti k Strang, r wtio -tsted that his name was Ruck
*r sad thr two had w urn f e .The >.ranger turaiiy
P** ' that they Ji.nu 1 to a faro bank together,
: - atm assented, 'fttey accordingly proceeded to
::.uy of tke Kxchange hotel, and entered auccre
■ •, t..rre establL-hments devoted to th' jvolite arm of
‘ •'changing. At the la t. a .oung into, with very
m, tunned Levi Morion, eng-g-d iu a gams, ot
' 3 up with the hanker, whose name has not been
>'<*.rd. “Rucker” seems to have withdrawn l.etore th«‘
»x.« cotuiucnced, and Tatum was an indifferent
a" ox Presently, Morton showed hi.' hand to T»
j;.1 asked him to t,o halves iu a bet of as he
-ti.’* to wm, and if he lo^t he would trouble Tatnni
*s» »itu him to his room, where he bail a sutheient
q Tatum looked at the hand,
* hoog! not a ptohoreut at cards, thought it was hard
J'*t- lf coti'isted of the deuce, ace, king, jack,
an i tea of trunqis. The game was played by Ta
•-! ike '.< « r. The Utter won, raked up the pile.
j it: .a proi.ou-.i ■ d the game tube* trau',
■ •»Bi.»-;dvd it', , his vjg.v. He and Morton left the
' . .11J Oualh bro gtit up at ttie "Alhunbn, '
•* .'tn-et. where Mortou attempted to dodge hi*
i ”L-- .v« companion, bv darting through a back-door.—
v ! »cd in «,ui, k pursuit and discharged a pistol
I '! -t.'e the boll taking ill ct in bis leg. above
if di.-iiog a shgbt tt --h wound, By this time,
them had found their way into the street, and
I 4 r promptly as rested be the watchmen, who happened
u>t'w hear.
‘ "■‘bTilat morning, the case was investigated before
” *•.*■ r. M ton was held to bail for his appearance
1 -arr »n indictment for unlawful gamiog ; and Tatum
to answer the charge ot unlawlul 'hooting.
It ■ tr»t.ef, »ho a as charged with unlawful gaming,
‘ tg a concealed weapon, was also required to
.r.t» tor his appearance at the nett (snutd Jury
"• the Hustings Court.
)!TT —An adjourned meeting of the Couucil
*l- * d, Thursday afternoon, all the lutmbers present
'iMr. ikfuoua.
or. ot the special committee on the Alins House.
'"**’*'r ,1-'*^«f *He lettings tor the erection of the
-ding was read and approved. The work is to
'’■■aeueed on or before the g‘>:h of April neat, aud
„ 'l,'l on or before the 1st of January, I (Ml.
■'■!ea presented the annual report of the Watering
" tr<‘ which w*s Uid upon the table, and otdtred
PnoteJ.
t;;r piueenger railroad ordinance was then taken
. ^’-et'ded and pa .aed. The fire was lived at five
' at-J tie propO'<-d bonus to be pai-i to the city, iu
iii barges for laves, etc , reduced front “ ono
’u “ tour per cent,” of the gross receipt*. We
v*1 * *.v°”pa*s of the ordinance above.
;'W.»Uoa of Jos. Ilruinaiell and others for the
ou certain wrecta, was tlien presented, aud
• ^ 'he t'orrimissii-uers of Street*, in accordance
^«e new ordinance.
ft., i J** a)°’e^ li*«t the ordinance reducing the juice
8. l UP> but the motion being opponed by Mr.
j “* •1'h4r*w it.
°®ered a resolution A thanks to the Fresi
tb4 d l~* ‘“partial manner in which he had presided,
rv ■‘Oacimoualy adopted.
‘ waned ibeu adjourned.
M.vj, was lined fi, vewterday, by tbw
'wUung th« ordinance prohibiting tt»e uae of
si w Huiguage, ia t|» markets. (isn't this
*«^ ii to *He public street* * We would guar
M t«-**r*i'* *« ihe dty of flOu per day. if
' *uacWd and eofoivwd. ’
I
John R. Twmrsoa, Esq.—The eighth lecture of tbe
so»*oo, before the Young Men'*;Cbri*ti*n Association, of
t iie city,1*as deli' .-red at Mechanic*’ H»U Thursday eve
ning, by John R. Thorn peqn.’Kaq. Hie subject was Riaua
A. I‘ok. a theme of pecufiar and weird-like interest in il
■ II, reinleis'd «lil| more fascinating ,bv the lecturer'* per
rnnal and profeaatonal association with the strange, way
ward and unhappy ntan, and by bis ability to pronounce
with eriticrl justice aud tecuracv upon tbe characteristics
of his geoiu* and the merit* of hi* work*. The lecture was
listened to by a highly intelligent audience with marked
attention and pleasure. It was the judgement, Lind uud
brotherly, of .t poet and scholar, by a poet and scholar.
Wo are sure all who listened to it felt themselves fortit
ntte in being present, and left the hall with a higher ap
preciation of the accomplished and di*#guished speaker.
Polic* Inns.—John R. Dari*and \V F. Ftanci* were
before the Mayor, yesterday, for fighting in the street
near the Arniorv Bridge. Bound over to keep the peace.
Daniel McClean, Georg* Mediae, and John B. Cliff,
brought up for being “drunk in the street,” were repri
manded and discharged.
Francis McXemara, charged with boating his wife,
was committed iu default of securin' for hi* future good
behavior.
Srnt on.—John G. McMellan, charged with stealing
** veral pieces of old timber from William Pfeiffer, wa*
bailed to appear before the Busting* Court, at the May
term. Several witnesses testified to hi* excellent charac
ter, but the wife of the complainant stated, positively, iu
her evidence, that she saw the accused and another man,
carrying off a joist, at dusk, about a week ago, and
when she protested aguiast its removal, they failed to
make any reply.
TBLEQ-KAMS.
00X6U8B10N AL.
W i-HiN.vo*. March SO—Sknatf —A message was re
ceded from the President, communicating information
respecting instruct on* to naval officers in the Gu f
of Mexico mol the capture of Miramon's steamships. A1
though no specific information ha* been received by these
officer*, yet the Maw Department fully approves their
conduct.
M'. Ma-o i reported a hill to carry intoeffcct the treaty
with Paraguay.
Tlie private calendar was considered.
Document* were sent to the Senate today bv the
President to show that Capt. JarrU, was instructed to
laud at Vera Cm, at the request of Minister Mclrvne,
such forces as could be ‘■•pared for the protection of Our
citizen* where person* or property were believed by Mr.
MeLane to be in danger. Capt. Jarvis has also infoun
el our tloveruinent that h» will not recognize Mirnmon.
It wa* proposed to blockade Vera Cruz, and Capt. J.
wa* directed to employ the naval forces to afford free
!• gres* and egres* to all American vessel* at all the
Mexican p-'rt*, audtofu'lv protect them. These instruc
tion-, however, liadnot reached Capt. Jarvis at the time
ARRIVAL OF THE ARABIA.
Niw Yoke, March Jt*»—The steamship Arabia, with
Liverpool date* ot the 17th insL. has arrived here.
France had is-ued a new circular declaring the annex*
avoti of S«v 'V absolutely necessary, but stating that tl e
feeling-* of the Saroyans would be consulted before de
cisive measures were taken.
On the receipt of thi* circular. Lord John Russell said
that the views ot F gland would be forthwith embodied
with despatch, and laid before Parliament.
Switzerland had protested against the annexation of
Savoy.
It was reported that the French tioops were under or
ders for Cherbourg.
Some of the KuglL-li journals are getting fierce with
Napoleon on the Savor question, which they state will
be settled bv treut v between France and Sardinia before
the Saroyans are consulted.
Full returns of the voting in Central Italy show an
overwhelm-, gut joritv in favor ol annexation to Sardinia.
I • vo'e in Tuscany was 366,000 for aunexatiou, an 1
15,t> o for a sep.rate Liugu >m.
An in urrection it Naples was co made red imminent.
The Dai's1 of Lords had agreed with the llousu of
t iciimou-, by a in tjority of ou the resolutions appro
v.ng of the treaty between Fiance and England.
1. >rd John Ru*V.l explained the position of allairs
with China, lb* s ti 1 that reasonable indemnity would
be demanded ai d enforced if necessary, but hoped it
would uot be necessary to go to Pekin.
Di.-pat hes from Calcutta report a further advauce in
the export duty on saltjeure.
nannnu.
I war.- a. Want' 1" — Cm ton—Sale* of the week amounted to
lit tam b *!—. .-i.-hi-llng for ipecuialou and ld.thid for export.
Trie ma-k-i . . eued with a downward tendency, parll-ular.'y up
laud*; hut ch.»ed firm and steady at Ihe following quotation*: —
Orleans fair 1 ,1. mlddlm .- < . PplandXUf id, middling bqil—
S: k in port ->l,z»ie t .lea, including 6T>,tWn American
!; * . e, Spence A Co report A tu |tdat and I-ady. Wheat
-rin Corn dull no > -rot .lioui given l*urk heavy, hard dull
and alight>y lower. Sugar Arm, and 64 higher. ColTee quiet.
R'ce Arm—low rqualitiea tdQild higher. Roa'n heayy, and slight
ly t wer Ti,tp - r M full.
' Tl - m uey market I< more *iringent end active. American »e
cu. ulc* generally ut hanged. CoiMOla 'J4,'* aS4V
MARKETS.
Rurv a», Msr-di d —Flour unchanged. Wheat Wheat hunt
ant itr. i - I.-.* - If.', ent». C rn Arm WhUa advanced two
ceou-talcs at t- ■ Id rent*, Ye luw I'Kc.il cent'. Provision* un
changed. Wh'*k* SSS
N.w Ynax, March 80.—Motion depreMed, but nominally un
ebangeti Flour ur changed, Wheat Arm «n l unsettled. C"fn
' gher White INg-n rent*; Vellow If©7.1 cents. Hoik heavy
mast* ■ pit we IxMjFliS Whl»ky Aim. Sugar Arm.
Nava! Stor.s dull >u.| unchanged Klee steady at-tn.J!I V
IIS!'. LA DIFS OF IIRUHIA
qe* . propose to inauguraie their MARBLE FTATCF OF
MkXKi Cl AY no the ISth day ol April next. In the city of Rich
mood, and having been appolnt.-d a Committee for that purpose,
we rs-pecfu lv *u/y -«t to the »**vcrai e>.rpa ol volunteer* In this
and otan of the Army auj Navy; att elvte aModv
ti .m wndthedt ii - uerahy, to unite tu thelntermHng cere
uonUson that ocean.rn. N. xiUC'VAY,
JAMES a SCoTT.
JNO A. MEREDITH,
W. UODDIN.
mhrM-tf FFNIi ALL GRIFFIN.
fr.--.nii; rxDEitsiGN i». ton*
Ml m k OE ARRANGEMENT*, would re(|>ectfuily
re.,u,*i die several rorpa of valuateets of this *r other Stair*. Ar
, tad Navy ma. and tlrti awaotafNaNS, wba pmfioae uniting
in the , - r mnnUa RWsStil ugtl ihe in tugitratlou of theSlATl K
OF HENRY CLkY, tu the U'th day of April next, to report to Caj.t
0 Dtvmwa, Kichni . t *. who has hero appointed Chief Marshal, in
order that he may a-s.g-i them Ihelr position and complete his ar
range rn-hta. JAMES A. SCOTT,
THOMAS J Dt INK,
J AS. PLEASANTS,
A b. lil’IGON.
mhl't- 'f Da. Gto W JONES.
Thr Itetttiuiir.tlloii <>l the flu) Statue-on Hit
I f tIt ol April.
OF Fit 1 its Id charge ..I Military corps and etrle associations
ii/rn ling lo uti.te In the rereuioitle* of that Oeeash n, are rt ■
speetfully • ...este.t to Infurta the under *.gatd ol the uame aud
number of ih* r re-j.-. Uve ho.tles, and ihe ra-ik and date of com
u.1 Ion o/in.... uunaiiders, with tn • to the prompt formation
I the hue, tt the hour to Reappointed
CHARLES DIMMOCK,
Chief M.r*haL
Enquirer, k .miner, Index an. D spat h, please Ins-rs 1 time.
sil ks NUKiFli’EU.
AND OTHER
Elegant Dees's Goods,
Embracing the
LATEST NOVELTIES
IN MATERIAL AND DESIGN.
At unprecedented priced, bringing them with n the reach of all.
WATKINS Ac EI1KI.EN,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
F0RK.ili.N AND IHJMESTU’ DRY UOODS.
159 ITImIii Strc t,
Are now leeelvin*.* and opening their second siipp'y of
spi rxnrn sprixo goods,
M ANY nf wlJrh have heen parchaaed a- the auction rales In
New York during the past week, at which the price* were
tower than ever knows before.
SPLaNOiD SILKS.
DRESS GOODS.
RICH LACE AND SILK MANTLES.
EMBROIDER! ES,
SHAWLS.
no csx rrnxisBixo eooos.
LINFN8,
PRINTS,
PI ANTALION GOODS.
Other bv whole**!* or retail, they are pcrpared to offer Injure
lurut: M ra*HTO U3IM)CALlKXft.
IVATKINS i FIl'ELE.VS
OPBNIVIi OF SllKS,
OX Tl'K-I'AV MORNING, TUK 2'hii IN»T.
We all hr prepared >o . vhlhit an F*aiv*u.ki> Stv* x < f SILK!
of the choice! style* and astonishing prices. Xf. A F.
.. U EDNKSDAY. the 91»t. »e will exhibit our Sp.enrtK
Or . k 0r Frei. !, Lace, Datna*. 1 “usher Real l-*o , Mantle and >llk
w. A k.
VNK« PI.BAMKE.-We hare always combi-red ihi
real Farina Cologne Water s« the most modi*t and propel
lu\un (or our toilet lab e. but the other day we were templed bj
a-trav l e of A e/r'.A'iprepaid by Messrs Jtvin
Bt ,\t a t o We rield it the palm ; the • fleet is salutary am
the pert-.m, to ex<|ul»lt- after the applica'ion we (eel as bland ant
I.altny a. a Way morning We beg to suggest to the proprietors u
make It bis Irresistible II they expect to supply the demand.—
^For slle ny JAS. P. DFVAL, Druggist,
tnhgv Cor. Main and 10th sts.
I t'VIP PLASTER. - I tin tons lauding from schr J Tinker
. ..by SHEfl.DS A 8rtW*RVtLLF.
I860. SPRING GOODS, I860
CIlRIvriA* tV LATIIROP
VRE In receipt of, arid offer to their frientls and the public, tht
luiMlrl^wtit u>urtiQruti>(
Kit H I'BESS toons AM) STAPLES
FOR
h'nmllieasud Planters
•hat they hare ersr rxhlbiled. We would|iiaaie
nlks In Robes and piece gooda
Rich Baris Bareg* Robes 2 to 9 volants
Rich Karege Anglais do do
Jaconets, Organdies, children's Foulards
P*nr Apple Cloth, Valentla*. . _
Most ol whl< h were bought at the recent auction sales, and wll
be sold at a loss 1.1 the Importer of 25 to .V) per coot
10,1*41 yda Irish Unens, frtn 2.1r to the finest ImportaOoo
Linen aMrtcg and Talde Damask
Damask Napkins, Doylies and TowelD
Hues ar.a Scotch Diaper, Crash and other Towelling
Linen Duck Her lap* and Drills, for plantation
Also, a large stock of
PI da ai d Haul Grnthurgg
Heave btardng* and ehe, t ag*
Colt til fea and other Goods
for mm and wonn n, o( M*ryland and Virginia mai.tifaelnre, allo
wbich will be t.U .ted as tow as such Hoods can be obtained In *1*1
market. CHRISTIAN A LATIIROP,
Dht‘> 99 Main 9'reet
uorrs i’iiim km rum ■ kouum
FOR FAMILY AND PLANTATION l SE\
Makes ai. k njgof
H08IIRT,
TIPPETS.
I'MDER SLEEVES,
I aa,I many other articlesuf wearing apparel, from Woo.en, Cotton
or Silk Yarn
tilery Family or Planter should hare one.
H 0. LEE, General Agent;
No. 515 Broadway, New \ ork.
i Ami vie WsNTin. _mhl0-8md._
3 SMALL MAl KEHEL.-thi bbls-Jusl receir
IaI ed. In prime order, for sale by __
mh*> Slltrtne A SOMERVILLE.
; fltRI NkS AMU VALISES. —Th# subscribers hare not
X In store, the largest asrortmeul of Trunks and Valise* th*
has rrw beep . If .-red for sale In this city, made expreasif to theli
order All la want of a good Trunk or Valise will please glee us t
rail ALEE. HILL A CO.,
mh*l 127 Main direct. Richmond
rpoufrviMEU KYTItANI LtH-LI RKIIH
r^ - 'VomV| * CUWOMl
AMUSKMENT8.
HICMlVlOlSriJ THEATRE. =
Kl’NKEL A 00.. .LESSEES AND MANAGERS.
(Geo. Kunkel, Jao. T. Ford, T. L. Uoxley.)
THOR U MOXLEY.Acting Manager
L B. PHILLIPS.8t**t Manager. J
GRAND SATURDAY NIGHT’S GALA. -
Saturday livening, NIarcb 31*’, 1SC0,
WUl be performed, the thrilling drama of
KAKEft’ PKOC.HKSS.
BALI.AD.. MISS ELLA M. WREN. '
To conclude with the Dram* of the a
SOLITARY OF THK HEATH, OR A TALE OF BLOOD.
The Beautiful
WESTERN SISTERS
Will anpear on Mi nday Night __ ]
A VA KI>.—At the earnest request of nia- £
nr of my fellow ciiiiens, I respectfully annouucr my
self a candidate fur the other of SUPtRINTRNPf'.NT OF TlIKGAS
WORKS, and If elected, will devote all my energies, with whatever
of capacity and experience I may possess, to the lalhful discharge
I of the duties of the office.
mhiS— tde_ CHARLES CAMPBELL.
CARD.-1 respectfully announce my- I
self a candidate for re-election to the office of SEtt
| GK AN l' of the City of Richmond.
mh'-'i'i tde THOMAS U DUDLEY. t!
jf^^5.CITV COLLECTOR. -1 respectfnl
lr announce myself a candidate for re-election Its
the office of Cirv OOLLRCfOK.
mhlti—tde JULIUS A. HOBSON.
«E1KJI1IE SOLE LEATHER 1
THUNKS MADE EXPRESSLY FOR AI.K\. HILL A J
Co., IiI MAIN Sf , RICHMOND Va. Hr have ou hand a very I
superior lot of the very lies! Sole Trunks to he had In this coun
try msde to our own order. Pel sms lu want of a very superior
Ttunk will please call and examine them. A. HILL a CO.,
I'd.--' 1 -'7 Msin Si , Hlchm tod, Va.
filitlr, Oil anti Stlore,
D. KIRKPATRICK A SONS, No. Ill S. Third Street, between
Market and Chestnut Streets, Phtladelplda, have for isle DRV AND
SALTED SPANISH HIDES, Dry and Green Salted Patna Kips,Tan- 1
oers* OU, Tanner.1 and Currier.’ Tonis at the lewest price,, and 1
upon the beat terms.
(tff~ Alt kinds ef Leather In the rough wanted, for which the
highest market price will be given In cash, or taken In exchange
or tildes. Leather stored fret- of charge and sold on CO amission
Ml—dSm
_ \
AGKAND YIKGIN1A DI8COVBHY.—Some four
m.intns aince, our excellent town,niau, Nxrurtu Kckkiki., in
I formed us ha« he had prepared a hair restorer with which he was
experimenting upcu ids own head, whose ton was e ntirely bald.—
We saw him tw i days since, and on the place no b aid four months
since, a fine crop of hair has sprung up with a vice runs growth. So
convinced is Mr. Kxkkikl of the efficacy of his d .cover V, that he
has name lit “THE INFALLIBLE VIRGINIA llAIll RESTORER.’ I
Mr. K. Ir about going Into so exieruive manufacture of an article
I which is destined to prove of anxious interest to our bald pated
Men,is.—»<«/» Hu-iwiomJ AVn/uirei-, V>ec. 12(14, |Sf#.
This famous article can now be had of the prl .clpal Druggists.—
I Those persons who desire a fine head ot hair, h» re only to us- the
restorer according to printed directions on tins bottle. Those w*>o
have any doubts of it. efficacy cun have them-removed in a s art *
time.br using the VIRGINIA HAIR UK8T0 iiait INFALLIbn..,
proving that it is all that is is claimed to be.
Wholesale depot for oru.ts, bJ Main SV. R. EZEKIEL. 1
Rictu-nsn, Nov. U, IH.%9 c
b&M for lha put It ye»r,, am! have restore J my hair by min* E/.E- *
KIEL’S VIRGINIA HAIK RESTORER. N»pht*u Era*leu
ThLs day iwcro before me, by NaphUU Kieklel. Jos. Milo
d<!6->IAwIy Mayor Of Richmond. ,
SPECIAL NOTICE.—75 cents to
$1 'u will buy one of Graham's am nil stencils, for
marking clothing with Isdbubi x Imil Call wad examine sped
mens, or If you Ur* In the country, send lor n sample, enclosing
stump. Also, every variety of Brand* made to order.
A. K GRAHAM, Brand Cutter,
fe 21—If Cor. 13th am! (’ary *t*., under Tobacco Kxcbange.
SILVKK PLATED WARV. la Pitchers,
Tea Hetts, ColTcO ami Tea Cnu, Walters, Bowie, Castors, lee
Cream, Cake. IMe, Kish, aud Butter Knives, Tobacco Boxes, Cus
tard 8iands, Ac. We have h very large assortment of the above .
goods, ami respectfully call the attention of ali in want.
8TKBB1N3 A jM'LLIW, No. 101 Broad «>. *
b’Lo U l it POTS !
Flower Pot*!! *
Fli>u <t Potn ! ! !
Of all sire«, for sale at KEMKK A l’AKK’8 Pottery,
mh*9 Cor 12th and C»iy >U.
K/\ HKLS, ( OFPKE AltilM'KI SUED SI GAR.
• )’ " for »»le l>y I
■AM J. N. GORDON A SON.
piti:sT:nvr nsa: teeth.— i
MEADK A BAKER’S KAt'OMNE TUOTU-POW- J
DR& " confidently nesBUMaded to tho puMI • tho bust ler.*'.
fric • ever made for r€*mo%*inc tarfnr, nrevruting It*
foruia Clou, pr s rvlng and rtmiiiiis: t!•«* t*cii»,
and purl'ving th- mouth aud breath It has been used by our own
either.« with entire satisfaction, and is fully endorsed by our best
ib-ntlst*.
RXAB THK FOLLOWING: !
“I have used and prescribed the Sa poll I lie Xootti*
Powder” of Messrs. Mrade A Baker, aud in niy opinion .\f»
BxrrKR preparation for the ends lo view can be compounded "
Jso O. Wavy, Dentist.
Prepared only by MK4DK a IUKKU,
Pbarmace itl«t*, l*>6 Main street, *
Corner it t Post-OS I Va. ^
flMIC POL LOU INO PKIiAMKLK AND It KSf •
I LCTlONtf WFRK ABOPl'KD BY TUK CorNCILOF THKOPi Y
OK RICHMOND on WKDNKSDAY, the 21st of .March, 1*10
PAirwu, A ! ;i: has recently passed the General Asseaably,
amending th* Charier of the city of Richmond, and creating the
ii ibi • 0 urt; au i where o the terms of I
tv — ■* i!d i i provide l! i* i» shall Int i »*!T**rt only after being rat- I
Ified brti * 11 • < . ofR ha in I I
t th* tam ■.- .••• f Heel .•••ral *
, i. \. . i .
day, the 4th diy of April n»*<t, by which the vote may b*»take# up
• . • • ot t said “amendment t the Charter;” v eghh
tering mb vote* a* may be given '/»• Ms amendment,** or
same to t! * c un«-li
wlili the other election returns.
RrmAtt'f That the said amendment to the Ohart?r, with tile pre
amble and resolution*, i.r published in th dally papers for the In- A
formation of the votets, till the day of eh-ttUm.
A copy—Teste
TH03. LAW* ON, C. C. R (
a B .-i | : mmI 0 Chari** i at a . /. no .
organ* - • Me Court of Mu Coy* *JVo tid city
Hr *t* u*tct* 1 fu t;.. «. ' l *«wiWv, That ’he second, third
i ]
revising and reducing iotoone act ih* pro v id >u> r.f the Charter of
tho ity of Richmond, be re-enacted and amendedeo a» to read as «
folio WD
*•$ 2 There »hall continue to be for the said corporation a Court,
whi* M shall b- v ill. d ti e “Court »*f Hustings for tlie City of Rich
mond;*' aud the same shall beheld bv the Mayor, Reorder and c
AUUn.cn of the sal 1 city, or any four of them, except where It is 1
uth-rwise pros I led and al«> be a Judge, to be called the ‘Judge
fthei iri ii tilt nthefollowlof manner,tkttht#say;
A term of tlie said Court of IIu- tings shall be held by the Mayor,
Recorder and Aldermen ot the sai l city. In every month,as i> now
provided for bv law, except that It shall not rx -'d six day?; end
the said Court, so h-M by th* said Mayor, Recorder and Alder
man, siiall have and perform all the jorl'dictlon, powers and du
lies now v ested In the »ald Court of Hustings, except such as are
hereafter e\pre*»als v<*st *d In and delegated to the said Court of
Hustings, wh -n h*-M by the Judge thereof. 1
A term of the sabl Court of Hotting*, not exceeding twenty days,
shall als*» beheld by the Judge thereof, In every month at such
tiim-saud place* a* shall be prr»cribed by the Council of the sai l
city; which sail Court of Hutting* s«* held bv the Judge there
of, shall have and exc.-' i— exclusively tb jurUd: tlon now vested
in the sai l Oou’t of Hustings in all civil cases ami matters at law
and In chancery, all in ittcrs concerning th- probr.tr of wlhx, the
appoln*n:et)t. tpi.aliflcation and rtmotral of Cnluclatb a. and lie
•ettiernent of their accounts, and all other civ.I proceedings, ex
cept th *e relating to apprentices, bxstarta, the r-^ strati n of
Ire** negrok-a, and oth-r matters of |»ollce.
The said Court «l Hastings, held t.y the Judge thereof, shall also
hav** onginal turiadiction ot all such criminal cases aud matters
arising v. thlnt • ttmk rial Umlui of the jurlsdioiloo of the said
Court, as are now cognizable In Circuit Courts.
An*l the Council of the citv of Rtrlimond may v-«t in the said
Court oi Hastings, to l.e held by the Judge thereof, appelate juris
diction from 'be decUiou* ot tlo* Mayor of Uie city, in cases arising
under the ordinance* of th** city. d
The business of the said Court of Hustings—whether held by the
Mayor, Recorder ami Aldermen, or by the JmUe thereof, shall be
distributed between the monthly and quarterly term* of the said
Court, as Is now presetIbed hy law And the Judge of the said
Court shall designate which of the terms held by him shall be quar
terly terms.
A Grand Jory shall be summoned, in the mode prescribed by
law, to attend ihe terms of the said Court of Hustings, held by the
Mayor, Recorder and AUWMS, f >r the month* (f February, May,
August and November . and a Grand Jury shall he summoned, to
attend the terms of the said Court, held by the Judge thereof, for
the months Immediately succeeding each quarterly term ot the *
Court , md Hie said Grand Jury shall be charged by the Judge rf u
the ta'd Court Add ail th** provisions of law concerning Grand u
Juries and other Juries, applicable to Circuit Courts, shall apply to
the said Court of Huatines, w hen held by the Judge the eof.
All criminal* examin-d by the Court of Hustings, held by the
May or. Recorder and Aldermen, shall be remanded for trial to the r
Court ot Hosting*, to bw bald by lb# Judge thereof, and deposl- ,
tlons aad recognizances shall te taken and returned to the said
Court Instead of to the Circuit Court for the city of Richmond.
The said Court of Hustings, when held by the Judge thereof, and t:
tli- said Judge repeetifrly, sha 1 have like power as a Circuit Court
or Judge, to award injunctions, writs of habeas corpus, mandamus 1
I
Appeals, writs of error and rupercedeas to Judgments, decrees B
or order* from the said Court of lius'in f», When held hy the Mavor,
Recorder and Aldermen, shall be taken as heietofore to the Cir
cuit Court of the city of Richmond; and from the sntd Court of
Hustings, when held bv the Judge thereof, to the District Court or
the Supreme Court of Appeals, as Is now prescribed by law fur
CU-cun mursa.
The Commonwealth's Attorney for the Circuit Court of the city
of Richmond shall attend and Wet as prosecutor for the Common
wealth In the said court of Huttings, when held by the Judge r
thereof
During the absence of the Julgs of th- said Hinting, Court, or
hi* Inability for any came to hold the terras of the said Court, the
sameinay be held by theJudg- of any Circuit Court, whose com- -
pensstion shall be paid by the Ci'y of Richmond; and the said _
Court of Hustings, or the Judge thereof, may order the removal of
any suit trow Ms Court to any Circuit Court, tn the same manner,
aud for thesame causes as Is now provided by law for tiie removal
of cause* from one circuit Court to another.
* § it. The said Court of Hustings shill continue to have civil and
criminal jeris tii tlon, and the sal I M iyor. Recorder, Aldermen ami
Judge shall each have the powers of a Justice of the Peace, not
only within the corporate limits of the said dty.but also for the space
of one mile on the noilh side of James rlrer, without and around
said city, aud every part thereof. Including so much of the tail
r ver to low water mark on tt.e shore ofthe county ot Chesterfield,
as shall be between twollnes drawndue south from the eastern and j
Western terminations of the one mile aforesaid, for matters arising |
within the same, according to the laws of the Commonwealth.”
C. There shall be an election annually In each ward of the
talo city on the first Wednesday In April; or in case of failure to
hold the election ou that day, then on such day afterwards as the
Council may direct; which election in a ward shall he for Its mem
ber* of the Council and members of the Court of Hustings, other
than the Judge thereof, and for persons to fill, until the next an
nual election In said ward, the following offices for said city, to wl :
Mayor, Superinteddent of tne Gas Works,Superinten lent of Streets,
Puperintcadent of the M ater Works, Assessor, Collector of the
Coy Tax s, Seigeaut, High Constable, Ca| tala of the Night Watch,
Manager of the Poor House, Gauger and Measurer ot Grain.
And there shall also he elected by the qualified vote-s of the
sat 1 rltv. at such time and place as the Council of the said city shall
prescribe, a Judge of the Court of Hustings for the said city, who
shall bold 1 is office for the term of right year*, and shall receive ,
•uch compensation as may be allowed by the said Council: provl- j
de l, that M* . lection shall not take place wlthlu thirty days of any
municipal or (Hate election In the said city, and that his compen
satlon shall not he diminished during his term of office. The man
ner of conducting his -lection, of making the return thereof, of hit
qualification, of ordering new elections to fi'l vacancies in kis office, .
and of deciding disputed elections, shall he prescribed by ordinance j
to be enacted by the Council of the said city.-’
This act shall take effect as soon as it l as been adopted by the
vote of a majority of the qualified vnttrsof the .Ity of Richmond,
given at such time and place as the Council of the said city shall
prescribe.
CUKKNOA A HflMIUSOSf,
No. IOH ->laln Street. UUliuiou.l, Virginia.
1.11 POUT Kits of HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUN8, Ac., have |
(or tale 1
♦two dot. Pocket Knives,
8600 sets Knives ant Forks, I
50 dot. Ivory Table and Dessert Knives,
1U0 “ Plated ■* “ Forks, I
8ia) Shoe and Butcher Knives, i
]ik) “ Rodgers, Wades and Butchers Razors,
80 “ Raior Plropt, 1
i'firt “ Scissor* and Shears,
hixal Gross Gimlet pointed Screws,
<p oO Jos. Bull, Table, and other Hinges,
Nk) srtie Bed and Furniture Castors,
80UC dot Rltu, Pad, Chest and Block Locks,
ISO gross Tet and Table spoons,
6000 t> Griffin's Horse Shoe Nails,
juo g,-fi hammered Horse Shoes,
A) tons Iron Axles. I
6u non Carriage and Plow Bolts, Ac., *c.
They tire also Agents for Fairbanks Scales.__
,»A(V BALA NEW BLACK P KAN, In store, and for
()()() saleby WOUHI.E a CLAIBORNE
8111'A‘K N IVANTKI),-The subscriber wishes to purchase
any quantity of SHL'CKB. He prefers them pressed In bale*.
For Shucks put up tn good condition, delivered at hit place, 8«h
street. Richmond, he will pay 10 cent* per 100 lbs.
G. B BTACIT.
i Ann LBSIILKCT ANGELICA ROOT**
1UUU *0 bag* Allspic*
I 15 balsa Olove*
100 mats Cinnamon, for sale by DOVS 4 CO ,
*431 Wfcglfftlt DrugfltU j
LAW CARDS.
1>. U. BRECKINRIDGE.
attorney at law.
JRACTI0K8 In the Court* of Botetourt and adjoining countie*.
AJdrct*
Ptttoniburg. Botetourt conntjr, V*._
B. DOOOLAB. >• G**S?*J' J*.
Aylelt's, King Wm. Old Church, Hanorer.
DOTULAS a CiREUORl
-wyu,L attend all the Court* of King William and Hanovrr. B.
fj B. DOUGLAS will alao attend the Courts of King A Queen
jd Caroline. __fclB—ly
MIVRENCT: S. WARYE,
ATl'OKNEY at law.
■JR*CTIOCt In the Courts of the City of Richmond and the
Corntle* of Henrico, Hanover and Caroline. He Is, al»o,
OTaRY PUBLIC and COMMISSIONER of the United State* Court
The*p*rtnerihln between Chastain White and Mnuelf being dll
•Ived, Li. office Is now on lllh ft, just below (ioddtn's tlall.
MS—cly
WM. H. WERTH,
attorney at law,
nrrILL practice In the court* of Pittsylvania, Franklin, Henry
\[y aud Halifax. ,,
Liberal advances made on claim* placed lu his hands tor roller
on. _ _
Address, Pittsylvania 0. H., Va. J»«-dly
p. a aotxiau. _ _ __«. a. ncontg.
J POLLING at HUGH IKS,
ATTORNiIEM AT LAW.
[1RACTICK regularly In the county of Prince Edward and the
r adjoining counties. {^Address Prince Edward C. H., and
armvllle, Va. _ __jal!—ly_
V. A. WITCHER,
fOlXSELLOR AM) ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ITT1LI. praeticein the courts of Carroll and adjoining counties
TV *f this Slate and N. C.
Strict attention palit to all business entrusted to him.
gr Ad.L es. Hillsvllle, V*.
rtsva kC—Chief Justice K. M. Pearson, RlchmonJ 0111, N. 0;
fin Ballud Preston, Ct.rlstlausburg, Va; J. Madl.on Lea. li, Lei
■gt.m, N. C, Tho*. 8. Plournoy, Halifax Court House, Va.
ocW—dly _ _
JAMES T. PEYTON.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MEMPHIS. TENNESSEE.
Prompt attention given to all business lu West Tennessee, North
ilssissippi and East Arkansas. OcT—dScly
MAARAI'DKX JOHNBOSf. ALKI. B. QCIOOH.
JOHNSON GUIGON,
ATTORNEY** AT LAW,
RICHMOND, VA.
Practice In ail the court* of the city of Richmond and county of
enrico. Sir. Johnson will practice In Chenterfleld.
OSr.Hfee. Whig Uulldlug, on Franklin Street. jyt
i IKNRY T. PARRISH.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will practice la the counties of Prince Edward, Cumberland aud
ucklngham.
Address, Farmvllle, Va. _Jy!—ly
r fh cue m/ I. 1 V mbi<1 W TV. F. VtllCWFI.I. h»»**
9 assoclsted themselves for the Practice of Law, In the
ountv of Chesterfield.
JOHN *. I.AY also practice* In Powhatan. Address, Sublett'e
'. O., Powhatan.
WM. P. BURWELL also practices In all the Courts of the city *f
Lichroond and those of the county of Henries.
His «Sh-e has been removed to Franklin street, 3 doors below the
Fhlg Bull Hop. _mall—ly
WM. W. HENRY.
A T T O It N E 1' AT LAW,
Attend, the Courts of Charlotte, Prince Edward and Hallfkx.
Post oft ee. Ch/ulotts C. H.,Va._ apl’—ly
Owaum.ni m C. MoRzu. Ruecox B. Iixtn,
M it RAK <fo II E A T II.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
RJCUXONl), VIRGINIA.
rtclloe In all the Courts held In tlie city of Richmond, and la th*
onniies of Henrico and Chesterfield.
Oflb*e on Bank street. In God-lin’s Building.
C. C. McKaa will be found. In ths afternoon, at his old o9ee, la
laachetler. nol7 -ly
JOHN O. MURRELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
rampbell Court House, Virginia,
ttenils .*11 the Courts of Campbell aud Pltuylvanla counties,
oclfl—ly _____ _ _
a I,. |IKIH)K 5. has resumed the practice of LAW in the
• city of Richmond.
09cetu Belvln’e oew building, on 12th, fronting Bank street.
Jw26—tf
VLLKVhS PATENT NTEANI LI AtiKS.
REGIaTER N tVEBB’S STEAM WHISTLES, COCKS, &c„
Ibl'BBF.tt AND LEATHER BELTING, Packing, Bahbet Metal,
CV Dole’s P.tenl Saw Oumraers, and Machinists’ goode generally,
f good quality, for sale low by WILLI AMS A ELLIOTT,
mhU *1 Main street, nearly opposite 81. Charles Hotel.
\IIOfIK*TE\ l» l«r «<l 0;
A HOMEsTEAD for $100; AL80,
H0Ml.sTE.iD8 for $1000 and over, In a desirable healthy
ountry.
{*“ AGENTS WANTED 1 Send far >i Pamphlet.
Address
E. BAl’DKIt, Land Agent,
rahIT—ftra _Port Royal, Va._
NOTICi:. Til.’ Hiihscriber lias in store
3-. ^7*. from 75 to 100 cases superior Liquorice Paste, which
e w II sell on accommodating terms. Manufacturers of Tobacco
re requrttwd to rail and examine it
J. MAURY GARLAND,
rohlO— dim Cary Street, No. 12 and IS.
SAPO.YIF1CR,
OR
CONCENTRATED POTASH.
If ore thein Double the Strength of Ordinary Potaxh.
I VOR making Soap without lime, with little trouble, and at trifling
, expense. The cheapest article ever illscovered for the purpose,
me pound will make twelve or fltleen gallons of good Soft Soap, Of
tne |Kiunbl Hard Soap. Printers will flu I it a superior article for
leaning type. It Is perfectly soluble, and free from Impurities.
Broken lu small lumps and put up lu 1,2, 4 and 6 th cans.
Manufactured at the Oil ALLENGE CHEMICAL WORKS, tlrook
rn, and sold bv K. R. Dl'HKEE A CO ,
•edit—JAW Iris 181 Pearl Htreet, New Vnrk.^
in »: o u G i: B. 8 T i: i: L,
1) E N T I ST,
Iffice & Rpsiiimre Smitlniest Cor. Alain & Bill Streets,
{t'n > t J.aJi* ( Vv/iahmr'* Krw //••/«/,)
RICHMOND, VA.
If AVISO an expi*rli*nr»* of t«*n yearn in hla IVoft^nUn, he feel!
1 con 6 dent *»f »8t.»ucti..u to those who iu»y favor Mm
vo i k i TO I t I1ILIE8.
RICHMOND BREWED LAGER BEER IN BOTTLES.
JV1E aubscrlbtr delivers, In any part of Uie city, free of charge,
„ Goodman A Co.’s, Lager Beer- -
Kota, 75 cent* per dozen
Quarts, fll.fat " ** JNO. R- GUYER,
mhft— lm 12th Slreet, Kelvin's Kiork.
LEA A PERRINS’
CELEBRATED
WOKCBKTLttMIlIKF SAUCE.
PRONOUNCED KY RXTHACT
of a Letter flom a
10 N N O S L I S
MEDICAL GKNTlXKMAIt
At Madras
to us THS
TO HIS BROTHER
ONLY GOOD NAI'fE,’ »' Worcester.
'* M.tv, 1851.
I "Tell LEA A PERRINS
and applicable to I that their HA ITK Is high
ly esteemed In India, and 1*
EVERY VARIETY 1„ my opinion, the most pal
atable, as well ai the moat
wholesome HaUGE that Is
OF DISH. made."
The above SAUCE Is not only the axst and most eoerLsa ©>»i>l
asr, but the most K< onmnU-aJ, as a few drops In Soup, (frary,
r with fixA, hot and cold Joints, B.ef Steak, Game, Jtc., Imparl
n exquisite sett, which unprincipled Sauce manufacturers have
odcavored to imitate.
lb> the llreakfa-t, J.nnche.m, IHnntr or Sup/or Taldt, a cruet
intainlng "LEA A PERRINS' WORCESTERSHIRE B.AUCK” Is
idispensalde.
To appreciate the eeve//enf tptaliliex of this delicious prepara
on It Is only necessary to purchase a small bottle of the genuine,
f a repectable grocer or dealer, at many Hotel and Il.'*torani
roprietor* seldom place the Pure Sauce before their guests, but
ibititute a genuine Bottle BUed with a spurious mixture.
I\j» fUi.k by Gnxvr* and Fruiterer* ereryahere.
joiix mnvcAiv a soixs,
405 firmed wap, -Act* Yuri,
Sole Wholesale Agent* lor the I'uiled State*.
A Stock always in Store. Also orders received for direct ship
lent* from England.
IfTlUwartuf Counterfrit* ami Imitation*. MU
f«Jl—dawlylf _ _
PLATED AND KUITAWIA (JOODS
lilch Plated Castoi a
I)o do Ice Pitcher*
Do do Table and Desert Forks
Do do Table, Desert and Teaspoons
Ivory Handled Table and De.ert Knives
Ilrlttanla Castors and Ice Pitchers
For sale low at retail, by WM. K. BUTLER A SON,
mb'14 19 Pearl sf.
^^aCol,aH*, Golds, IIoarsrkrss and 1 RSLcanzA, la
k sitkTt' S, SuntmSB, or any affection of tbe Throat
m CURED, the Hanrisn COCOB, In CogocumoK,
n Brorckitio, WaimURa Cvcoji, A.-toma, Catarrh,
i§ RELIEVED by BROWN’S BKONCIIIAL TROOH
GK£y ES, or Cot on luirkNOks.
PBr “ A simple and elegant combination fur
CoeoitR, Ac." Dr. G. F. Riqeluw, Boston.
“ 1 recommend their use to Pcsuc Hckkis kkn ”
Ksv. E. II. Cbapir, New York.
“ Jfoet salutary relief in Bsorcbitis.”
Kiv. 8. SsioFSiKD, Morristown, Ohio.
"Beneficial when compelled to speak, entering from Colo."
Rev. S. J. P. Asdkrmoi, St. Louis.
“ Kffectual in remoring Hoarseness and Irritation of the
rhriHit, so common with Scxiaxi<« ami Sisokhs.”
Prof. M. STACY JOHNSON,LsGrsnge, Ga.
Teacher of Music, Southern Female College.
“ Great benefit when taken before and after preaching, as they
irevent Hoarseness. From their jsast effect, I think they will be
f permanent advantage to wts."
Rkv. K. Rowlst, A. M.,
President Athens College, Tennessee.
Sold by all Druggists, Rt 25 cents per box.
Also, BrowxV Laxativx Troches, or Cathartic Isscmgesfcr Hye
tepsia, Indigestion, Constipation, Headache, Bilious Affection,
be.
gold, wholesale and retail, by
no2&—dAr6m FISHER k WINPT8N.
i « ARD TO nEJIBERS OF THE LEDINLA
l\ TURE.—I would reepectfally suggest to Mein I r» before Icav
ng their homes, one thing, which is the Shculd t ey have small,
mperfect and fading I.ikrnessesot friends aid re' itlvenwho are
lecessed, they should bring such wl*h Diem, aud have them copied
>y Ms. Missis, who is prepared to copy every style of Likeness,
md enlarge them to any desired ilxe, and have them colored In oil
r watei colors, thus enabling persons to secure beautifully exeru
ed life size Portraits In oil or other ntvles, from the small and fa
ting picture they may have of their “loved ones lost ” Should
hey also desire to secure of themselves, family or friends, a fine
ind unfading likeness either In Asss"Ttpk, PinmocRAKB Plair, In
iiilia Ink, Oil, Water Colors, or Crayon, they should come prepar
'd W. have the same executed bv (1. W*. MINNI8, at his beauliful
y arranged Photograph and Fine Art Gallery, 2lT, Main street,
Urhmond,
Mr. Mlnnls has In his employ the very best of A rtists In all the
rarlous branches of his much diversified Art, and produce* work
;.,ual. If not superior to that of anv similar establishment either
<orth or South. In all cases guaranteeing satisfaction tohlspat
on», otherwise they are not expected to Lake picture*. “A thing of
>ealy la ajoy for every,” and auch are the various styles of Por
raitore executed at Ids GALLERY. ___B.
i»)7SIGN0F THE IRON SAFE. 130.
main utrket.
I NOE HERRING’S FIRE PROOF SAFES, with POWDER PROOF
i LOCKS
LIFE AND EIRE IN8URANCE,
STATIONERY.
LINEN AND COTTON TWIVES,
MACHINE BELTING, LEATHER AND RUBBER,
J ARDEN HOSE, Ac., Call at KNOWLES A W ALFORD’S,
mhl4 ___ 180 Main St.
LIRKNCH WAX CANDLE*. In whole ami half boxes,
r itU by Torn h. Gordon a ion.
AUCTION SALES.
_ FI TI HK DATS.
BY JAS. M TAYLOR A BON, AITCT8
CAMNII'WIONKK’N BALK OF KKAUMTtTF
ON Tin. gOLTMBIDKOF FRANKLIN, BRTWKBN 1-iTH A
I4TH STRFKrR—As Special Commissioner, appointed by a deer*.
»f the Circuit Court of the city of Richmond, pronounced on the
l#th day of February, 1840, In the caie style Poore et, al. vs.
rhompaon eL al., the undersigned Commissioner will proceed to
tell, upon the premises, on WEDNESDAY, the 1-dh day of April
-omtuencing at 12 o'clock M . the valuable LOT located on the South
tide of Franklin, between l ith and 14th Streets, and Immediately
ipposite Metropolitan Hall, with an old FRAMED hl'ILDlNi)
hereon It fronts 2? fee! and rune bark about lot) ie*L
Trans nr Bill—Enough In cadi to defray Ihe expenses of tide
iecree, and the additional sum of live hundred dollar-, with legal
nterest thereon from the 19th dag of October, ix.\x, and the tevl
lue In two equal Instalments, on a credit of G and 12 months, the
[inrrhaser giving bonds beating Inter, st from the day of isle for
:he deferred payments, and the title to he retained until all the
purchase money I- paid and It is ordered by tne Court; the taxes
for 1 -Oh to l.e paid by tne purchaser.
DRL'RY WOOD, Special Com*r,
Jts. M. Ttrtiia A Sox, Auc's.
If. B —If the above named tale should he prevented by the In
•lemency of the weather, the same will take place at Ihe hour and
place named, on the next suitable day thereafter, (Sundaes exrcpt
sL) ___ _ma.'G 'ftawtds
nBIATKK'S MALE «F DKKIH IIILE TRACT
J. oy I.ANli AND KKSIDKNCE NEAR RICI1MONL-- in pur
tuance of the provision of a deed of tru-t to the undersigned, by
tarah Bhrlton, dated the 27th of March, IBfgJ, and duly recorJr.l
n the Clerk's office of Henrico County Court, I shall aril, on the
premises, at public auction, to the highest bidder, on TUESDAY, the
Id day of April next. If falr.il not, the next fair day ther.-a.I-r,
•ommenclog at 4 o o'clock P M , a small tract of land called Burn
nierfleld. In the county of Henrico, nrar the city of Richmond, ad
joining the Catholic College tract.
Ihe tract contains44 acres, and has upon It a comfortable dw*|
ling house, and all necessary out houses, tor the accnmdatl n of a
•mail family. Its proximity to the city of Richmond ret derail
very desirable as a suburban residence, and also as a market gar
den.
Tutus —Cash for so much as will he necessary to satisfy the pur
poses of the deed - say about f t .sat For the bale ,c-\ upon a
credit of twelve months, whh interest from day of is e, satisfacto
ry security, by deed of trust orolherwlse, ta be given far deferred
payment. Though as trustee I am requested to eell for cash, yet
the purchaser will he able to arrange for a reasonable credit upon
about fl.SOP of the cash payment The title Is believed to be
g ood ; but selling as trustee, I shall convey with special warranty
only. P. O. GRIBWOI.D,
tnh2G Trustee.
Bale cmducted by Jv- Vt. Tavi-or A Box, Aucte.
ALI A IILK HKAL KSTATK ON TIIF BoI’TH
81DT OK MAIN, NEAR TO FCtll STREET, FOR BALK AT
AUCTION.—We will eril, upon the premises, on WEDNESDAY,
the 4th day of Apt 11, commencing at 12 o'clock, M , the valuable
prope.ty located as above, ediotning the store of MrM.fl liard
ner, Carlton A Co., un.l now In the occupaiiry of Mr. N. C. Ila.ton.
It front, ..n Main street ‘22 V. feet, and runs hack an average
depth of about 100 feet.
Being In the very heart of the moit business part of the city, this
Is regarded the most valuable property now offered.
A plat tnay be seen at the offi e of the auctioneers
Tutus—One third cash; the balances! 1 and 2 years, for bonds
beatiug interest, payable quarterly, and secured by a deed of
truet. The taxes and Insurance for 1x60 to be paid by the purcha
ser.
_mh14-tdi JAB. M. TAYLOR A SON, Auct*.
TIN TOIL AND METALLIC CAP MANUFACTORY,
No. 38. Crosby Street, N. Y.
JOHN J. CROOK.E k GO.,
Arc siAniiTAclirtQg unicr inelr rAteal
ROLLED TIN FOIL,
PLAIN, PRINTED OR EMBOSSED,
suitable for wrapping
Fine Cut and Cavendish Tobacco*, Cheese, Spices, Ac.
Thin Beaten Foil, all sites, ruptrlor la brilliancy an J ulrtnylh W
the Imported article.
METALLIC CAPS,
INVALUABLE
for sealing Borrua, containing Wine, or other liquids, Jans, Ac.
•tamped with any name or design required. Also,
MUSIC PLATES, BOLDER, TYPE AND BRITANIA METALB.
lyV8—lylf_
SILVER WARE.
ESTABLISHED 1812.
WB. WILSON X SOB.
N. H. Corner Fifth and (Ticrry Sis., Phiia.
MANUFACTURERS OFSIVER WARE,
OF EVERY DESIKiPTIOAf,
WIIDLRNALK AND It K T A I L,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Eiitflisli, Front’ll initl Aiiiuriuan
PLATED W A R E S.
mh.r»—f.nilf
IMPROVE YOUR EYESIGHT!
1 1
Offer to the public of Richmond and vlrlaity tbelr Improved
CRYSTAL
PEKISCOPIC SPECTACLES,
for preferring and restoring the Impaired vision to Its prime vigor.
ChrysUI tllavm-s set In old frames Also, a very Urge assortment
of MICROSCOPES,TELESCOPES, OPERA (ILAeSES AND MATHE
MATICAL INSTRUMENTS The finsst eollection of Stere
•copes and Merriwoplr IMctnr.a, to t.e found In a great
variety at their office, In the building occupied by the City Savings
Bank, Ho 14S Main at., Richmond. Va. t»vn—sir
W. 0. CLARKE. F. W. OILLIUM.
SOIITIIEKIB SPOKE FACTOR V.
nri have the most approved machlnerv, as well as good timber,
TV and sr» making Spokes In every respect equal to the North,
and are selling at the same price, therefore, we hope to receive
the patronage of the people. CI.AKKE A iilLI.lt. 'I,
,rt,q *m Olenwood P 0 , Rockbridge, Va.
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
I ATI NOW IN KKCKIPT OP A SKLECT AN
•oriment of Spring and Summer CASSIMERES, and »m pre
pared to furnish suits to the citlseus of Richmond, and the public
generally, to he made up In the most approved style.
A eall L* respectfully solicited at 116 Malu street.
nI.M ' JtD. KEEI.INO,
HILL X NORFLEET,
NO. 4 SHOCKOE BLIP,
g \I EER far isle the following brands
4 ) MANUFACTURED TOBACCO:
Scott', bright, pounds
Pesvtdge •• “
II Pope “ “
E Dale « ••
W. H Smith’s Extra bright pounds
J. 0 Wade,..
Pollock’s ” dark X pounds
ALSO,
A lot bright Smoking Tobacco.
Wfe Invite the attention of the trade to our stock. mhSt—10*
ROBERT SHOEMAKER A 4 0.,
NOS. 201 AND 203 N. 4Til ST , PHILA.,
WHOLESALE DRU( f GUSTS
Importers of French and English ^
WINDOW AN#PLATE GLASS.
Manufacturers of PAINTS of every description.
The attention of ftonrireax MkschsxtsU respectfully Invited and
their patronage solicited. aMI In
READ! READ!!
LIFE INSURANCE! I.IFF. INSURANCE!!
Y1FTFAL BENEFIT COM PAM V.
f ITH IS Company has mure capital, ns compared with If« liabilities,
1 than any otiie Life Insurance Company doing huslnees In the
United States. See teport of Oomptollerof Hew York. It lecelv
el glim,non more In Iv/j, ana ion saa.'sci >ei» uwu m i/iw
dend J»n. let., I'd'*, Is 4ft per cent., all of which belongs to the In
sured, a* It hai no groCKHOUniw to pay dividends to. It pays Its
dividends to thelnaured while living, and has paid to Jan. 1st, lhOn,
|1t3t«iIMt 48, and has $3,4(IO,fi8J 89 lett to meet losses. The dlvi
(tends are made annually. Half the orr mlum on policies for term of
life may be paid by a note bearing 8 per cent. Interest
4Ve know of no Company that affords the same security an l ad
vantage* to the Insured.
Call and get a statement of iU aflalrs.
* KNOWLES A WALFORD,
130 Main street.
HOm,—Elwell’s Weeding and Hilling lloea
American C. 8 Weeding do
I>. Simmons A Co.’s 0 8. Grubbing Hoes and Mat
tock. A very la-ge supply of the above goods just received, direct
from the manufacturer-, which we are selling on remarkably low
Jerma. T. ROBERTSON A SONS,
mb 48 ’
I volt ItIFNT.— Two large rooms admirably adapted to /cjjj
* the purposes of offices or Lodging Roootns. Apply at J2-J.
Whig Office.__ tflilg
CHARLES Lt’MSBKN rafspet t ully announces to the ritl
tens of Richmond, and the surrounding country, that he has
opened at No. 00 W«H» Sir «•!, swell selectedMock of
GOLD and l-ILVKtt WATCHES, JEtt KI.RV,SPECTACLES and SIL
VER WARE, all of good qa* Illy, and nearly selected, of beautiful
designs, ustefui workmanship, and fine .tuality of material, to
wfilrli he invites the attention of all In want of any article in the
' He flatters himself that from Us long experienei In the business,
and his acquaintance with the manufacturers, will enable hi a to
oiler good goods at reasonable prices.
ry- Watches,Clocks, Spectacle*, and Jewelry repaired In the
besdinanoer, at short notice and at reasonable prices,
n>UH~ly
WHISKEY. Just received ft bids, very superior WHHKKV,
which was sent to New York from Louisville more than ft
vanri aeu A Iso a lew bbls. of Nectar Whiskey made In 1840.
’ h ' O. CRANZ,
ml,git No 2. Exchange Block.
viF-LL ItlllTAL AND UK ANN KIITT.ES - lie
IS have a splendid assortment of the above goods, in store.
t. Robertson a hone,
m),2fi No. 6ft Main Btreet.
PRINCE IMPERIAL
CHAMPAGNE.
EPF.RNAV,
FRANCE.
Sold by all llesjiectable /hair's throuphnut the Country.
riVHlS floe brand of CHAMPAGNE, which until the past year was
-m. confined exclusively to the best tables of the Continent of Eu
rope, has now obtained the most unbounded success and populari
ty in till, country. It is recommended by tame of the first Physi
cians of the city of New York, over all other wines, on account of
Its extreme parity and delicacy, and those who once try tt rarely
uae any other brand. Although only one year has elapsed ilnce
Its Introduction into thl. Country, the deinan-1 Is enormous and con
atantly Increasing. Our arrangement, are such as to ensure the
quality of the Wine being maintained at It.* present high standard.
The Prince Imperial is Imported solely by us, we being the sole
Agents of Messrs. Dr. Vsxock A Co., In this country.
E. V. HAL'GI1W0CT A CO.,
Nos. 448. 490 and 492 Broadway, N. Y.
Bold In this city by DUDLEY A CO., WINSTON A POWER •. and
SPOTES. num A CO._mhfi—-<tt«n
ION DOIT PORTER, Pints nml Quarts; Her
J yer’s Sc'dch Ale; Claret Wine, pure aril- le ; Blackberry Bran
dy ; pure old Rye Whisky; pure Holland Oln; French Brands ;
Apple Hrandy ; Peach Bra' dy ; Jamaica Rum ; Dish and Scotch
Whisky; Madeira Wine; Port Wine; cooking Wine; Salad OU;
Durham Mustard; Tuiiiatto Catsup; Worcestershire Sauce—For
sale st retail by J. 8. ROBERToON,
mh2j Corner Governor and Franklin its. _
,ack> Jeffry, Dorcy, sod Marshall brands
” ^uudAlum,no,In
_AUCTION SALES.
fi mu* d«n.
OKKAT fUl.EOr
HOOT* \ > l> MIOl s
■r ACCTluX.
SOARIM. now effrr. M« l*r|i- a ml tpl.noM .lock of
, BOOTS unit Mloks
lo the amount of
_ . t nOHTY THOl’RAND DOLLAR*,
To hv Kola nt \u<u«>n.
The stock comprise! HOoTBand BflOiy of *)i k!n«le for Dadh-«
Menu, Itoys, Ymith* andCMIdren, of the very best quality There
la not a single pair of pegged work among tin* lot; ail have been
got up by Mr. Cahill for hit flrat class retail trade. Th- *ale intake
place April 25, 1"6*D
Term* of sale, tlx months. 8 CAIUI.L,
8*7 Broadway,
man dim __ . ,
BY CIODDIK A APPKRSON, Ancts
rpivitri: nku and ciin vk.\ii.%tly aii
J. KANiian TKNKMRNT8 ON 1 HR * A8T H|»K op wRcoXD HR
rVflCKN MARSHALL AND CLAY BTRRRTi1, RoRHADK AT ACC
TION.—Will h»* anld at Aoctlon. on the pr*al*m, on 1111 K8DAY
the 5th of April, l"fid, at 4 oVloca, P M . three of tho-e four newly
erected tenamuda, located a* above. Rich tenement contain* 7
rooms, beside* rlooei*. coal and wood h«ua- and kitchen with two
room*, and i* supplied with gaa and wafer. The tenement* are not
only built of good material!, but are remarkahlv well and conve
niently arranged. Tin* neighborhood U excellent. These tene.
ment* l.*\ e been rented to good tenant*, to take effect lat of April
at $275, per annum, payable quaiterlv. They are now open for
Inspection by pet sons disposed to purchase them.
Tkp.j*jv- One fifth cash, balance at 8 6,9 and 12 month*, for ne
gotiable note*, imvre.t added,secured by a tru«t deed, or title re
talred T!»e taxes for I "66 to be paid by the purchaser.
mhOQ—tdi_OOBJiCNAAl
SALK IIP YAMrAllLK LOTH IN THBCITI
OR RICHMOND, AND IN Till COflNTT OR HKNMI(N»
NEAR To RAID CITY, KJNDKK DECREE OR bOI’RT D. virtue
of a decree «»f the Circuit Court of th** l ity of Kbd.rnond, pronoun*
ced on the 8d of March, 1 In the cue of Mam*' AdminUtrafnr
against Carriopton, Ac, I sba'I pr«*--ted to rell at auction, on the
premises, In the order advertised, on MONDAY, the 9th April
i"60 *t 4 o'clock. I» M., If fair, if n t, the next fa‘r .lay, the follow*
Dig valnahl* Heal Estate, of which the late John Adams died
seized, viz:
l»t. Thai very valual le lot In Rranklln Rqusre. on the South ride
Cary «dre* t, bet ween 20* h and VI-t street*, «djolrdng the Towrlng
Company's otllaw, fronting 41 fe.*t and running hack 120 feet t«»
Dock atreet.
2d. A lot fronting "fif«t on the North ride of lor Marshall street,
Weat of Bhockoe Creek, running back <22 feet.
5M. A lot fronting 9d feet on the North aide of I or Marshall
atreet. Rant of 8h*» V<>e Creek, tunning l»v k on liah afreet, 222 ft
4th l«ols No*. 64. 65, C6, 67, 6", V', in Dr. John Adam*’ addition,
fronting together 275 feet on the North side of K or Clav atreet,
running back 106 feel, and bounded on the \Ve*t by 14th atreet.
5th l.«-t.s No* 75, 76.77, 73, 79, fronting together 2»*i leet on the
North *.lde of Poplar aticet. In said addition, runidng back, of Irre
gnlar depths, to the 0*1 Mid canal.
6th Two Iota, Nos lo and 12, In Dr Jno Adam*' Concord street
plan, fronting together 51feet, on the East aide of Concord-t reel,
running back 75 feet.
7th l*ot« No* 2d, 24. 25, in Dr. Jno. A Jains'Concord atreet plat*,
fronting toge her 165 ¥ f^ct on the Wert bne of Concord street.run
ning back iOo fret, and hounded on the North by Lowti»s' -treet.
"th. Part of Turner's Meadow, lying in.mediately lu rear of the
three list named lot*, bounded by 11th atreet on the West, on
which It ha* a front of about 280 feet, and by Downes' itreet on
the North.
9th. I'art of ditto, ditto, being a triangular piece of ground, ly- ,
Ing on the North line of l.own«r» street, ort which it has a front of
ahont 125 feet, run ing hack to a sharp point about 420 feet.
10th. Dot* No". 2d, 25 in plan of hr..! bought of Mettert. fronting
together 127 feet on the Weal line of Concord street, running hack
an average depth of 110 feet.
11th Al*o, lot No. 24, in the said plan, fronting 4" feet 8 Inches
nn tnc t i nr <>i *1111 Alley, an<l running Hack an average depth
of about 1 lb feet.
12th. That valuable square. No. 10, In Adams' and Moshy'f plan,
in Henrico, bounded by t enable, Pleasants, *•••*!»>■ and Adairs
street*, having fronts on the two former streets of 320 feet, and on
the two Niter streets 2*6 feet
Mill. Immedlatelr afler the sole of the foregoing square, and on
ihe premises thereof, will be sold, lot leiter t'.ln the plan of Marion
lllll, Henrico, containing about two acre* of land, and now culti
vated Id clover by Mr. Joseph I. Pleasant*.
Plats of the foregoing lots will be exhibited St the hour of sale.
Trans—Enough In cash to defray the expenses of saie ; ha'ance
at fl, 1* and lx months, for negotiable notes, interest added saMi
fnrtnrlly endorsed, and title retained tin'll all the purchase money
shall be fully paid. The tuxes ,or l-f() to ha paid by the purcha
ser*. GEO W. RANDOLPH. Adm'r.,
roh26—Id* With the will annexed of Richard Adams, dee’d.
Will be added to Ihe aboie sale the f. Rowing real estate belong
Ing u> the same rs'ate, vis a lot fronting about loo leet cn the
east line of ixtli street, running hack about lot) feet to o. \, gtreek
er's line: An undivided fourth pait (being Jno. Adams’ interest) in
lot No 1C, Craig's plan, containing 8 >6 acres,
ml (I—Ids GODDIN A .WPEKSON, Aucts.
IARGE M M It Kit OF BEAUTIFUL m iu>.
J |N<4 LOTx NEAR THE WESTERN I.IVilTM <IP MANCIIKS
TKR. FOR SALK AT AUCTION.—At the request of Mr. Geo. W.
Srrlllngs, we shall sell, at public auction, on the prcmtsea.on TUFS
IHY, tiie ..I day of April, 1*60, at 3', o'clock, P. M , If fair. If not,
the next fair day, a Urge number of most beautiful building LOT*
adjoining the residence of the said gnelllnga
A plat of the Lots can be teen at our office. These Lots, for the
most part, an- remarkably well I cated, and command a Hue view
of the city of Richmond and surrounding country,
TxaWe.—One-third cash; balance at 4 and x months, for negotia
ble notes, Interest added, secured by a trust deed, or title retained.
The taxes for 1x60 to be paid by the purchasers.
mh24—ids GODDIN k APPRB80N, Aucts.
Most valuable private hesioenue
ON THE NORTH HIDE OF GRACE, BETWEEN 4th AND
Mh STREET!4, FOR SALE AT AUCTION.-WIII he sold at aoc
tion,on the premises, on THURSDAY AFTERNOON, the .Mh April,
Is#n, at 3 o'clock, the large anil conveniently locsted residence,
now In the occupation of Hr. James BnI’on, fronting on the North
side of Grace »tree\2T\ feet, running hack 123 feet to an alley, In
common, Is feet wide The tenement 1* ihree stories above hase
ment, snd contains 11 rooms In addition to hath room, besides a
kitchen containing four rooms, inn a hnek stable and carriage
house on the alley in rear. The house Is built ot the best materials
and has recently been put In a comple'e state of repair. The
window slils, caps and cornice la made of Iron, and Ihe front gutter
lined with copper. It is lurnished with every modern convenience
such a* cooking range, warm airfumare, bath room, water closets,
Ac These advantages, together with lu elevated healthful posi
tion and agrrtable neighborhood, render It one of the most desi
rable residences lu the city. The property may be Inspected be
fore the day of sale.
Ttawa.—One fourth caah ; balance at I, 2 and 3 years, for nego
liable notes. Inters >t added, secur'd by a trust deed. The taxes
snd Insurance for lxtkl to be paid by th ■ purchaser.
GODDIN A APPERSON, Aucts.
P. 8. - Possession given 1st Jnly next. mh23 lit
Vr A LI'AHLK REAL ESTATE ON TUB SOUTH
EAST CORNER OF CLAY AND 6TII STREETS AT AUCTION.
The subscriber hiving purchased elsewhere, will offer t r sale at
public auction, upon the pretnDer, on THURSDAY, the fsh day of
April, commencing at 4)$ o’clo k P M., his present Residence lo
cated at the Sr.utheas’ corner of Clay and 6th streets, and adjacent
to the Second Market.
The improvements are a Dwelling, containing 9 rooms, closets,
Ac. The 1.0! fronts 21 leet and runs back 120 leet to a wide alley.
The pri mhe* are sup. lied with g t* and water. The location of this
property renders It valuable for a dwelling or for biislne** purpose*.
TKHW'-One-sixth cash; the balance at ti, 12, IS, 24 and 80
months for negotiable notes, with Interest added and seemed by a
trust deed. Possession given Immediately. The purchaser to pay
the taxes and insurance for 1 '60.
JOHN 0. 8TEGAR.
Jamsm. Tin"* k Son,Auctioneers. mhi6—dtd*
I'V III l ORDINARY AUCTION MALE OFUA
j NAI AND WATER POWER IN THE TOWN OF WELDON,
NORTH CAKhI.INA,-In conformity With permltsion granted by
recent acts of Hip Legislatures of \ Irglnla and North Carolina, the
Hoanokr Navigation Company trill, on the 12th day of April, 1x60.
in the towu of Weldon, proceed to sell by auction their Canal and
Water Power at and near the said town of Weldon, In the State of
North Carolina. The property consists of one Canal x miles long,
beginning at the head of the great rails of the Roanoke and term!
nating at the foot of the same in the town. Also another Canal three
miles aburethe sim- snd one-fourth of a mile long, at which there Is
a fall of X feet, ami Is around Eaton's tails. With these Canals will
be sold all the lauds on the margin of the tame, belonging to the
Roanoke Company, with all tta privileges and properties between
the town* of (iaaton and Weldon, Including Aqueuucis, Locks, Mill
Sites and every nth»r thing thereto appertaining. This property la
deemed of rare value, and presents a Held of capital and enter
prise without a superior In tire Southern country. There Is a Fall
of over eighty feet, and Ihe volume of water In the River is shout
the same as passes over the fall* of J smew River. Weldon Is the
with Raleigh, an I with Wlimington. It Is the centre of tn exceed
focus of four Railroads connecting It with Richmond, with Norfolk,
Ingly productive ounlry. An abundance of cotton la grown In
U>e neighborhood to supply the demands of extensive cotton man
ufactories. Tiie lower Roanoke region is proverbial for Its pro
ductlon of corn, and the upper for Wheat, with which Weldon Is
conr.erted by Ksllroad and River navigation.
Purchaser! are invited to examine this property, snd Mr. Bass,
residing near Weldon, will show It to all who detirt to se* it, and
will exhibit a map of the same.
Tsxws of sale will be one-third cash, one third In six months, one
Uilrd in twelve months, with Interest on deferred payments, as U
required by the act of th* Slate of N. 0.
TH08. McOKHEK, proxy of the State of North Carolina,
WM H. CLARKE, proxy of the State of Virginia
WM, H. WESSON, for the Stockholders. de29~dtd*
Dr~Th< sals will be conducted by
WM. PANNILL, Auet’r.,
Petersburg, va.
Who will, at any time, furnish all necessary information In re
gard Pi the property, either In person nr by letter.
SEEP PO I' A TOES. -Genuine Jer»ey While Mercer, Peach
Blows snd other*, re- riving twice a »«ek by atesioer Also,
another lot of those super! r me»»: Mu-kerel, together with a gen
eral assortment of Family Groceries, for sale low, for cash, by
SAMPSON JONES, Ageolt
Mel ' Corner Main and 9th Sts.
Jf©TICE.
T»ANK OP THE COMMONWEALTH
J > Kii tmosn, March 26, ISCil.
The annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Bank of the Com
monwealth, will he to Id at their Ranking House, In this city, on
the Second WEDNESDAY' in April, (the IDh prox ) at 12 o'clock.
mh26—dtll Ap'l_J. B. MORTON, Cashier^
IdOR HEAT, and possession given Immediately, a room on
f llie Brit iloor over iny itore, suitable for an office or lodging
room. JOHN THOMPSON,
mhiiV— tf *7 Main Street.
FI It E!
RICHMOND AGENCY OP THE
C05TINE5TA L IH SURA S C E COMPANY,
No. 130 .Haiti St.
('AMI CAPITAL, $300,000. SURPLUS, >415,0)0.
INSURES Buildings, Mtrchandlse, Household Furniture, Rents,
Leases, and other Insurable Property, against EIRE, at rates
charged hy other solvent institutions.
Three-fourth o( ths net profile of the business of this Company,
are divided annually to holder* of Its policies, In Scrip t earing
interest, and such profits carefully invested for the additional se
curdy of the Insured, until the uind thus accumulated shall Lave
reached the sum of 4.’*hi,i**i, making the cash guarantee of the
Company |l,000,tMHi; and,thereafter, the Her p arid l,e redeemed as
rapidly and In the extent that the profits accruing to the policy
holders exceed the sum of |5ttt),000.
First Annual Dlvislou to Policy Holders, declared July 9th, 1>57,
831 j per cent.
Hecoud annual division to Policy Holders, declared July nth,
W.V>, 50 per cent.
Thin! annual division to Policy Holders, declared July U'h,
1S59, .VI per cent.
Fourth annual division to Policy Holders will occur July I till,
lSftt.
Interest dividend In rash, to Holders of Scrip of 1*57, declared
July *th, 1 *5*, 0 p. r cent.
Iuter>»t dtvlJed in ud>, to Holders of Scrip of 1S57 and 1 .V, de
clared July I lift, If..9, o per cent.
■MiLJt KNOWLES A WALPORP, Agent]
M Mil'll .'hi., i -
SPLENDID MANTILLA STOCK, AC.
TIIO’I IS Et. PRICE «; CO.,
ARE now getting In ail th» nov- lties In the Wrapping and Man
tllla Department, to which attentlc u I* called.
Elegant Silk Mantles [ Anglais Barege Cloaks
- |,ace “ I “ “ Duster*
11 “ Points I Grenadine Mantle*
Caihmere Shawls Mohair Dusters, Ac., Ac.
New style Barege Shawls
And in addition are openirg dally large supplies of the newest
and moat fashionable Dress Goods. Such as ShU and Silk Robes,
Anglal* Barege Robes, organdie Robes, Foulard Silks, Ac. Many of
to »e goods, bought it the start hug sacrifices of the last great
sa le ol the searrn. will fce sold at prices which may not occur
again within the century.
tnh’26 __ T. R. PRICE* CO._
g\L» EN'GUIH HOOKS— PIIONI TRADE BALKS.—
V * We have jo it op nel a larte collection of old standard Fng
fish Works to which w- wou'd h.g to Invite attention. They will
he sold Cheap. _A. MORRIS, Bookseller.
rpr.A tiia yn : tk » thays i *-wire dihii cov
> _We htvejuit opened of our own Importation, a large
stock of ToaTrav*, In sets, some very elegant and chaste patterns.
Also, Wire Dish Covers, oval and round, for sale at Wholesale and
Retail at very low piicrfi, hy
1 ’ WM. F. BUTLER A SON.
m|,24 No. 1» Pearl St.
OKA WHOLE AN 1»I-i bblsi A IU4J1NIA KYK
s»s)l ’ WHISKEY, of superior quality, and various brands, in
store and fur sale try M. JONES. ^
Sr.Mlll IES- .
2ik> hbls ReMifie l Wlbky
lik) •• Oil Rye Wh -ky
95 14 pure N. F Rum
25 “ " Apple Brandy
50 “ cut Herrings, new. For sale l.y
J. tV. NII’E A 00.
rah29 s No. 80 M«lu p. eet.
w IHKt lDt PRPIK Hlt’H
O 25 bids, New York Hujarhouse fvrup. rece’v'ng lor sale by
mWn_ LEWIS WEBB A JOH 2 G M ADE
WAFFLE IRON is—In store t flu* lot of r*gllsh Waffle
Irons. t. ROBERTSON A IONS,
*19 No. «6 Main Mrt«l
AUCTION Sim.
THIN DAY. '
BY HPCTOR Damp Aod
K/Y N K41 ROK'i. —This day all i*V|or» I will Mil gfly likely
rf\F PU.es HPCTOR UAHI
)»2*-dtf _ _A*rA_
BY DMKINBON. KILL A 00.. Aoo>e
NFGHOFv .him IiaY, at (• o'rbcb, will k. sold Kilt*.
grea, c.MUUoy of Mto, Boys and 01.i« and Woman and Otll.
«‘ B. OICKINHOK. MILL B 00 ,
d T—ddm_Awkniwi.
by PULIiam * mnrm. Au-n
In flKGKOKN.—W* will •• H TOU M .ruing, at Ul a’aloaB
»> 16 Likely ff.vrc.ea I’Ll.LI AM A Rrm, darta.
PiankOo Mrset
KOVAL HAVANA LOTTERY.
rilllt wil Ordiua y browing of the MuynJ lUiana Lap
1 trry, conducted by the Bpanlah Government, ender Ola eo
p.rrtsi.o of «ha Oa( lain General of Uwba will Wkc plaaa at Ha
Yana, on
Flf ID.* Y, APRIL nil., IbuO
8ie«o,oou 11
BURTIO NCMKitO €24 ORDIMAIUO.
Capital I*rl». gloo.G’Hf.
1 Prteeof.li’ei/ssi I 60 " o’ . l.OUB
1 •• of. 60,000! «o •* of M
1 " of. 80, W 1M “ of 400
1 " of. 20,000 20 AppfOIin.stti.os. a,Ml
1 •• of. HI,'..I I
4 apprulu ail .... to the f I OH,”00 of |*««> etch , 4 of €«•) to B60,<
0OO ; 4 of 44- 0 to F 1,000 ; 4 of |4->. to •20,000 , 4 of 44’A’ l. |i l», •
ooo.
|YT Whole tlckrta fW; If slvrs tl> Quarters IS.
PtTeee raalird *t **gl.t at f* per r.r.t tie-runt.
Bills of the Kt-hic-ind City Banks taken at par
A drawing trill bt forwardsd at leOO as tha reanil become!
known.
Commur.lrattcne nddreaeed to DCM ROr.ltlGL'KT, (car* of (fly
Post, CliaiiesU/O, M.'J ,) anlll the 1 ::h of Ap.II. will be aitcnial to.
or*l
€11*FAT RKDICTION IN HIM
IT PRICK or .1 .TP ASO BOOT0 - from 16
to 20 per cent. sat.J by baying lr,.sa
tF. II. A n t h o n y ,
COLUMBIAH IIOTKI. BUILDING.
Mnleokln Hats, or brat quality, |S 60; do tar.
ond quality, |'> 00; Fathlonabl-Wlk HaU. |: 60;
Dae Calfskin iV*/ I Bouls, I 6”, Congress list
ter Hoots, fg 26; P.tc Oallkkln Bewtd Bhost,
• 1 26.
J. II. .YVIIIOHY
Has made arrangement* with one of the brat makers in th* tbs af
Philadelphia b. supply Mm with a handsume and suntisnUai 6ajb
skin Hewed Boot, which he will sell at the unprecedented low prloe
of 4* N'. del
JuUNSON A TKUEtlEART,
GHOCFHS AMI 4 onniNMON ffll.ll* HAN IN,
I’ary St., :Yearly Opi^He the Columbian Hotel.
B. J. J0HN80V, B. 1 HI KiiART,
Late of Dlbrell A J dicson. I ate of Danville, > ugtna,
P»» H. Ren wa. PtlMersn |u>- -1 y
BUUTON & WORK.
TOIUf'CO
and General Coministuoa
96 GRAVIIlR 8TRtrf,
M « w Orlvuui,
J. H. Botvug. I
G. P. Wuu, ( New Orleans.
Dr. J. C. Mt&rmU
_ tocomnn-ad'i’a. | Houaton, Tciaa ),go >y
1 OOO U')0 HO'I I 1.1 SOLtD!
Inlared according to Act of Congrru, In the year ISM, by I,
Rcattu. lirsUjisu, In the Clerk's Office of tha DUUl.t *
Court of Moaiachutclla.
AU Infrloyi-ntrU trUJ hi rfaaHtrdfA nretrdlttg to l-Ml
J. RUSSELL SPALDING’S
ROSEMARY,
AND
CAKTOK OH..
ra aatini.
lat, To beaut!'/ the hair.
Id, To carl the hair elegantly.
Id, To remove dandruff effectually,
4th, To reatorc hair to bald bead*.
Hh, To force the beard and whlakeri to grow.
4th, To prevent hair from falling o£
Tth, To cure all dlacaieaof thsa.-alp,
tkh. To prevent hair turning gray,
»th. To cure bsaduch*.
Khfc, To kill hair eater*.
Of thla, poalt'.r j proof can be given. R. mb will not admit tha av.
Id cnee here.
If you are not latlefled, try it A!! genuine hat the at/nature ol
the Proprietor—'Ake no other—J. RUbl-hl-L SPAI.IUNG, ki Tr*.
moot at, oppoalta Muaeum, Beaton, Man.
»o‘A »>y barker a park,
New York.
71A HER A WINSTON,
113 Main Street, Richmond.
tMr And by dealer* generally. apSO-'l.eAwly
IMPORTANT TO HOUSEKEEPERS^
r It. DI’KKFr A CO.’S
SELECT SPICES.
Guaranteed not only
ABSOLUTELY AVI) PERFECTLY PURE,
but ground from tre-h epical, eeleeted and cleaned by ue rrp-eaa
ly for the | urpi <e, without reference to coel They are beautiful
ly packed In tir.folh ilined with paper,) to prev. nt Injary by keep
ing, and are full weight while the ordinary ground (iplrea are al
most Invariably abort. We warrant them, in point of itrcnglh and
rlchneae of flat or
BEYOND ALT. COMPARISON,
aa a ilngle trial will abundantly prove.
Manufacture J only by E R. DDRKVP. A 00.,
lelh—dkwift' 1 1 IVsrl street. New York.
I1 I A \ O-F© i: T El.
NEW ARRIVALS.
fllllE subscribers have been receiving, for the lavt
I two week , extensive addition* to their etc, k
4*1.% NO-FOKTKJi, i 7 "f ’’
andhavenowln tlielr warr-rooo * an in->rtmrnt aa large aa can
be teen In mod eatabllahtncnta North
Theoe Instruments are made by Mr DUNHAM, and are not aent
“on *ale," a* tome suppose hut are purchased by ua exrluaitely,
and for .risk. That obtaining every fair advantage, the subvert
her* are enabled to offer th« u) upon th* i-ioat liberal t-rma In
deed, ehrewd '-ualnewa meri hare, after vialtlng the N-.rth, return d
and pure baaed of ua, candidly owning that they could “ do no bet
ter."
They have 'or vale the lowest priced grind Instrument made, to
the moat elegvnt and coatly . all of which will be ahown with plea
lure.
They have lit" for «ale
PIANO 8T00LH,
BEAUTIFUL PIANO COVERS,
and a large »‘ock of
MI SIC AND INSTRUCTION BOOKS
for the Plant Yurie and Guitar.
JAMFS WOODHOUSF. A OO.,
Bonkiellera, Stationers, and Deairr* ui
mh'.'d Plano-Fnrtei and Mnat. .
TRY ONE
IN YOUR PARLOR.
A THOROUGH teat of twenty-five year* ha* proven bey ant a
doubt < hat no one can buy a
CHEAPER, BETTER OR SWEETER
pmo-ioKTi;
than at F. P NASH A OO 8.
HUNDREDS of recommendatory lettm that we
hive r-> elred from our purchaser* ci.r.dLiIrtiy
prove Hint we have not only the meant of selling »t
the LOW ESI RATES, but the advantage of SELECT J | t If!
ISO th" VERY BEST.
Our bit r< are hiar.g and Igcegsania, and thla certainly aff.<rda
ui every advantage to be desired.
The mvjoiity of our aalea are TBaordtt oiitiiaa, which la a perfetN
ly safe mod \ aa w.- Incur ah responsibility of pleating.
We have now another FRESH and 1. Alter F STOCK of tome of the
VERY BEST. R P. NASH A CO
telA Petersburg, Va.
SCHIFT/.K <V LI DOI.FP, * I \ ,N 4 -
FACTUREKh oi iron FRAME GRAND, aMBb
SQUARE, and PARLOR GRAND PIANO-FGRTES,
made with all the Improvements conducive to tune lit f |f
riority of tone, touch and dnrab'Uty. GOLD MEDALS wr.-a
awarded at the Fairs In New York In 1*61, ’34 and ’SO, and In St
Louis, 1S39. Dealer*, School* and Famlilea will lave money by
calling before pur.-hating. All Instruments guaranteed for threo
year*. Warerooma,452 Broome HI., (a few door* weal of
Broadway.) NFW YORK. feWi-Amo
i*i %\o rniTu
For the Country.
THE mat y and repeateii application* from toy
friends in the country for a
Pieiio Tuner, IW
Have Indured me loamnge with Mr. F. 8. Brown i || f I Ji
to vitR lh< r jumry adjacent to Richmond, periodically for tha
purpose of
Tl'.MNG AND REPAIRIN'9 PIANOS.
I would respectfully suggest to all who may desire to have their
Pianos riff-l-irly tuned at tf.tfcJ pn-lodi, to list the names of any
others In iMr respectlre neighborhoods who havt planoa to tune.
In order tE.Lt the expenae may be divided among them, and also
make It an object on the part of the tuner to make the vlait.
Any auch Itila, If addressed to me, will meet with prompt atten
tion A. MORRIS,
Dealer In Planoa, Melodeons, Music,
FT MaluSUe'et.
Richmond, Va.
P. P. Mj stock of PIANOP was never better, and li well worth a
visit _laid
pu\o i:\ rKAOKiu v\uv.
PH. TAVLOIt has just received another of DRIGGM
. PATENT PIANOS, the only Pianos constructed on truly set
entlfle prl- clples, for strength, durability, power to keep la tune
and to retain Ihrlr tone, they are far superior to all other Plano*.
They are h'ghly admired by all who have heard them.
*. TUALKKKG says or Ihemt
The tnoe Is grand and noble. It has great rapacity for sustaining
the sound or singing, and Its volume of tone or power, t hsve never
heard excelled In depth, purity or xympalheth: xweetnras
OOTTPC i.W.K, STRAKCSC1I, MAKKTZKK, and many olLar
eminent Pi ofesson eay of them :
The ton. of the squares equal the best Grand Plano Porte*, ant
excel then. In pure musical Intonation and actual tone pew.
nov I
RICHMOND FERTILIZER MAMUri l 111\u MILLS,
AT ROCKETTS, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
S. HARTMAN,
Gfunral Agent.
MANUFACTURED FOR THE SOUTHERN TRADE,
Piraa me Bow Di'vr, Hsaru**'* Amuosistsd Si rud’ao'rkin
nr Link, HimsisV luranvxn M-.vip.imu. Ol» so
THIS Super-Phosphate of I.lme has been used with the most sa
tlsfa -tory results, during the last three years, on IV heat, OaU,
Corn, Tobacco, arid Cotton, In Virginia and North Carolina, and it
ha« gained a reputation second to none now before Ibe public.
It is manufactured from bones In their natural condition, with
their orgunio matter remaining in them, and not from calcined or
burnt bones, using In the decomposition of them Sulphuric Acid,
which preserves all the animal or organic matter, aud also all the
AmmonU which Is added, thereby making an active and perma
nent Manure.
The In.proved Manipulated Guano Is made by using 1,000 lbs. v/
the richest Phospbatlc Guano, which Is rendered soluble by the ap
plication of diluted Pulphuric Acid, the balance of the bevt Pgruvt
an Guano, both of which are Bnely ground together by Eccentric
mills des'gned for the purpose. This Guano will he found fully equal
In Its Immediate effects on t rope of grain, tobeceo, Ac., to pure
Peruvian and far more durable. For sale at the Mills.
And by Mrsaii WOUH1.E A CLAIBORNE,
“ BLAIR * Clf AMIIERLAYNI,
_- f - bso-lm “ AI.KX.I.ARKkTr, F*1.
~X \ ,1 ,A tlls.AXtN.—• would call the attenllon of the
public to my Isree and well selected stork of llevana Cigars
mottlv I ported by myself, and comprlsiny theflr»t and best brands
such as risbans', Hg»ra, Paimeta, Espanola, Partag-s, Dumas,
Punch, etc . etc. 0. CRANK,
mhll No S Evohai g< U s
C LA It I IT WISiKb.-Wehavejuat received an Invoice of
Ua, tor. J Guest er's Claret Win.*, which are acknnwlrdg. d to
be the best and purest Wines brought to this country. tu.luded in
our assortment will be found - In. jullen, Haltlilejr, Chstesu Bey
chevell., Chateau tangos, Chateau LeovUte, Chateau Latose, Cha
teau Msrgaus, Chateau tafitte, Chateau de Ileauniont. All of the
tloUge of W.I. For sale at the los.st pile-s hy
MU.DKN A MILL! R,
I,.; 1Vit Cor Peart and Carv sts.
OAAKtlitl IVmiiK.N LAKH, In store an. f.
Alyl > »»l» by_WoMIlLE A CLAIDORNa.
“is I ARKS HP WIIISKKV, VVAUUANTRPG
y be lit years old, ar.d eqasl to any thing of the kind to be
found, for sale by M JON CP.
QfiT HULK. VIRGINIA AI'PLfi UHAN1MT Ui
eft) Store and for sale by M. JON >8.
NEW mCE.-'.M' t. espilo.e u.w KUe.U store, and tor
l ” 1,7 .“Ll.tsliN A MILLER,
Cnr Pesri ant Gary via
KSTIkttN SIDLV, Muul ics, Haros a..l
_..“ »W» . cLuaooi.
0"^!““ “*-kVis'il««««,

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