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“THE UNION. THE CONSTITUTION, AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS.”
“VOL. I. NO^ KICHMONL^VaT THURSDAy"mORNING, MAY 11, 1865. PRICE: FIVE CENTS.
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dm the author./.cd agents in New Tork city to
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iariptions for the Vlfmo. _
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lOKU Vfc> VI K TISETI'TW.
i ijsi: nsi KAtcu.
SRH'II. IlrlA'l ILVT I, 4 CO..
.. • * NEW YORK.
1XSTRAKCB etr-'-te-l'on* building* and mer
*,haudi«e inti.* v’» of Richmond. Per*ons
wishing insurar wi.lt lease forward a dtticrip
* tion of t jc buiid t./v- insured •' containing
the M ’e 1
dtaxraui M-.)W.l.e ..; s ttafioa ©f contiguous
l*ai;d ng* . .
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u luraa'!1 W-' . 1 13 t'.e m retiaoie com
omite* . ,
Adila^ ' • S.% l>. A 4 0.,
N* J7 Pearl jtreol, New »ork.
* ** - • KSl WZ: CS It MCWi »H».
^Viin. ira ru.ib Proprietor iti< bmond Whitr.
Tnyl Itu _
FOWLE '& CO.,
COM M 1**10* TEKC im rS,
- nt si4irTB.^lLUAM STREET.
• • * SKW TOKK.
apJr* Cm___
I"'* \ HOW hi PKt.lll* •
STANDARD SCALE*.
IN OENERAL'DSE Rv THE r. S. 4SOVEBM
Mff.VT.
WBder’a Patent SkliinNader ^afes.
lugcr-soU’* Hay ait I '"ottoa Pre.s.
Eve* v *>ca«e. Saft* icnU Pres* Warranted
Send for liln at rated fcatalogue and Price Lint.
—**l5hA seats Wanted
HOWE A BOUVIEK
194 Broadw ay,
gr>l&>- Un* New York.
i~ gro-mX glaudlyr "
go ptartlamll sirrel. Vw 1 wrk.
,.*.** IMi'OfcTMRS OF
WIAIX 1.14(1 4>ll* lADt lG lE*.
. • * . ap22— Im _
UENKV & -IN»I I’ARKT, JR.
FINE AND MEDll M
C L D T H 1 N G,
• AT tVHOLEKALE,
. ’ r 55 Chambers Slrerl,
.* Adjoining strait**,
MEW r%«K*a.
"s:; i *<*>.pn-i.
Me LEVY,
- iki Warren MreebMew lark.
» MANUFACTURER OK
HllCh OF ALL klMD*.
I ■ '* • Warrant*! to keen in all climate*.
* No, orders received lor less than three 1-4
casks, i
Credit six month* for satisfactory notes.
If good* do not give satisfaction will be taken
back free ot all expeiise*.
I solicit the trade of my old customers.
* ap!6— 3m . *____________
' MERRITT s W1H OTT,
S4 Coartiamd ««., Mew-l'ark,
GENERAL
~ COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
' Manufacturer* of and dealers in
All kind's of Mlm liiuery.
•RAILROAD, steamship and telegraph
•SUPPLIES,
BOLTS', NUTS, WASHERS, &*-. it*-.
. ap23—lm
JAMES WILD K. Jr. & Co.
JrtXrK*CTV*BiS AND JOBBIBS OF
C L () T 11 1 N G ,
S3 .V 37 White (Mreet,
Fitat Store west of Broad way.
* IEW-YORM.
Ju. Wilde. Jr. Jons 8. Wilde. Jos. Wild*
, • cpl6—tf
.CLOTH I N G
For tho Southern Trade1
kjrtland. brownson a co.,
'46 aud 4?, [Chambers Street] 45 and 47
„ • KRW-TOBK,
Have in store a large assortment of
RE.11>V HlWLCLOTII'MG,
Well adapted to the want* of the South.
Very low prices will be made to a:l that faroi
ns with their order*. •
Thixie visiting our market will find great in
ducemaota at 45 and 47, [Chambers Street] 4i
and 47.
_apl7—lm_ _
FUNSTON «fc SCHOFIELD,
OCNXRA: AGENTS FOB
LH.LIHNDAHL’S EXCELSIOR FIREWORKS
IMPORT US OP
CHINESE FIRECRACKERS,
marlrACTmEits op
LANTERNS, FLAGS, & c..
• De v R*t„
Near Broadway (nj2-2*J New York
1EW YORK ADVEBTISEJl'TS.
HKADRVAMTEM TOR tKUl,
YAYY AYR N4NOAH' H4DWIX
H. T. HAYWARD.
404 llrendway. New York.
On the opposite
aide of this Medal
ia a True Likeness
' of Gen. Grant 1
will send a sample
of this Medal With
out the Top Bar,
made of Pure f’oiu
Silver, with )\*ur
Name, Regiment
yanJ C o m p a u y
l handsomely e n -
1 graved theieon. for
i| $3.
I \lso, T have all
I the NEW COUPS
' RADGES of the
Army ready. 1 will
send a sample, witn
your Name. Ilegi
ment and Company handsomely engraved t.iere
on.on the receipt of it 50, aud for Id or *5. l
will send a genuine lt> karat Gold Enameled
Corpa King tor either Corps or Division.
Badges of every description made to order.
1 want un Agent in every Regiment. Hospital
and Department of the Army and Navy, to
whom especial inducements are oGered. N?ud
for wholesale illustrated Circular
H. T. »■ tl WARD,
1 Dunulucturing «|e \»
apil— fuThASatl3t •JOS Broadway, N. ^ .
CONKLIN Ac Ml 1-1.El!.
Manulacturers and Wholeaale Dealers iu
CLOTHING,
Yuk. 1M A ID* Beadr SI
w. l. conklix. $ YE4Y-YOR5*.
TtlHO. J. MILLER. >
mv5 —1 m
I AITED STATE* STEIlli PEA
manufactory.
(Works Camden. N\J.»
R. ESTERI1R00K 4 CO..
MANUFACTURERS OF
STEEL PENS,
4Y AMKUOI MEM.
403 trcli St.. runnnripnin.
li John hit., trw York.
Sample* and price* on application.
iaplb—cod 3m _
T. R. hllBgrrl.iml A < «...
Manufacturers and Pi op tie tors
0Li> HOMESTEAD WILD CHERRY
B I T T E It S.
DEPOT.
«• HtrkMaa Mlrrrt.
aptfr—eodStn New work.
tARTER, klRTUM) A CO„
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OK
CLOTHISCi.
to. 3 IO It road »» a> • New A erk.
Offers to first-class buyers a large and very com
plete stock of
MprimK and Knaiaur Clothing;.
OK ALL GRADES.
Embracing Fine,Medium, and Low-Priced Goods.
Having made extensive purchases at the low
price* now prevailing, we are in a position to
supply our customers upon the most favorable
anJ advantageous terms.
JOBBERS. MEBCHANT TAILORS AND
DEALERS GENERALLY will find it to the.r
adrantage to call andexamine our stock before
purckaaing.
PurtlcalnraUratlua l*ai«i to the
exri'alioa ol order*.
samiel carter, wm. h. kirtland,
JOHN ROSE CHAS. B. PE'l’T.
JOHN H. WERTS, Special.
apl7—eod2m
PAIIILOPIA AND NOTE »» A
lls PER.—Envelopes by single thousand mid
note paper by the ream at wholesale prices,
sent by mail, poet paid, on receipt of the pric*.
1000 out! letter envelope*, extra thick $4.01)
One ream super thick note paper 3.0)
One box (260) ne * style Magenta envelope ‘2.00
Dealers wishing a supply would do welt to
write ns for samples and prices.
0. t». HASKINS A CO., Stationers and Enve
lope Manufacturers. 36 Berkmau Street, N. Y.
my 10—6m
A MOTHER 4BREAT
ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR PRIZE 1TZ
Z L E .
THE GREAT NATIONAL COMIC MAGAZINE!
MERRYMAN’S MONTHLY
Okmiw in the MAY number another of its great
Prize Puzzle*, which have created so much tun
and excitement throughout the country since
they were started.
Each number of Mxhbyman's Mostbi.y con
tain* 34 mammoth pages, of humorous stories,
jokes, wit. humor, Ac., besides an innumerable
number of funny pictures, all by the best artist;.
One of the most popular features of our Maga
lice is the Puzzle Department, whtre every
month will be found a ctolce collection of Puz
zles, Enigmas. Rebuses, Conundrums, Riddles,
Ac., which will cause an immente amount U
amusement.
! in addition to our regular monthly Prize Pnz
aiea. a prise is given each mouth to the per-on
sending the largest number of correct answers
t»our miscellaneous puzzles. We are constant
ly giving in this department novel tilings in the
way of pozzies that will be found in no other
anblication.
The other departments of Mkrryman are ably
edited, and will compare favorably with any
other periodical of the kind. The latest things
in the funnv world will always be found here.
Our original articles are from the pens of our
mostjftmoua funnv men including Belle*. Arte
tnus Ward, Quills, author of the *)Harp of a
Thousand Strings," Josh Billings, and. inf short,
nearly all who are really talented in a funny
way.
Our illustrations are unsurpassed, and we give
as many if not more than any similar publics
tion.
We cannot give a fair idea of tie attractions
of Mkrkysan in an advertisement—it must be
seen to be appreciated, ani those who fail to *3
cure it will mi.<* an intellectual treat but se'dom
furnished Pall at any newsdealers and take a
look at it. Specimen copies sent free of postage
for tfteen cents each. Ihree dlfl'ereut nutnbeia
a* samples postpaid for thirty cent.*. No gra
tuitous eopiee furnished. Sent by mail to any
address for 11.26 j-er annum; two copies foi
|9 26 three copies for tS.On. Any one sending
ftve aubeciiption* and 95 *t oneOtime will re -eire
* copy for one year free. Address all business
letters to J. C. HANEY A (Y)., PubDhera, 10S
Nas-au street. New York,
»^j»8old by agents in Richmond and in the
ariej\____apl2-lm
BATCHEI-OK H HAIR DYI1!
The Original ar>d Best in the World.
The only true and perfect Hair Dye. Harmless.
Reliable and Instantaneous. Produces immedi
ately a splendid Black or uatarai Brown without
injuring the hair or skin. Remedies the ill el
ects of bad drew. . ......
Sold by all Druggist*. The genuine is signed
WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR.
ap21—3m fel Barclay st„ New York.
HEW VO It It ABTEKTIlMfT*
A CUJ NOB POM ALL J
1)5,000.
WATCHES, CHAINS,
Drlo «f Jewelry, IMemeud*,
COLD PENS AND CASES,
Lock rre. <&., Ac.,
• TO BE SOLD FOR
$06,000 DOLLARS,
AND VALIKO AT
OVER A 7IILLIU* DOLLARS.
We shall sell all these at One Dollar each,
without regard to cost, ami iu no case to be paid
for until you kuow what you are to get.
Kit Gold Hunting-case Watches.IIUO 00
100 *• Watches.66*0
100 “ Ladies’ Watches.36 00
600 Silver do. 20 00
600 Assorted Diamonds, Pins, hiug*
and Sets, from. IJO 00 to 100 00
600 Guard. Vest rid Chantclain
chains. 10 00 to SO 00
1000 {diver Open Face Watches ..16 00 to 20 00
tooo Vest Neck and Guard C haina I 00 to 16 00
3000 Mosaic and Jet Kevo.viug
Brooches.4 00 to 7 00
OitUO Lava and Florentine Broo
. 4 00 to 7 00
3000 C.ral. hmeiuld aud Opal
Bt hes. 4 00 to 7 00
Si.tOO Gold Fens, hxtensioa Sil- »
\er cases.6 tW to 10 00
60H' Gold Pens, with silver mount
ed llulde s. 6 00 to 10 OO
30"O Coral, Emerald and Opal tar
Drops.4 00 to 7 00
9000 Morale, Cameo aud Baud
Brace eti.2 00 to 10 00
4'HW Gent’s lireasi Pius uud Watoh
.a oo to 8 oo
:tHKl .U sceliaueous Ai licit s.2 oo to 7 uu
i.’iblou Slides.a (Bt t,i li uo
. oo s«,'s ol Bosom Studs.a 00 to 7 oo
• 1 ' > ■ Button.3 to to 7 00
.. ai i and S:oce Set tRiugl....! 60 to 7 l>*»
7ims) Locket*.2 00 to 16 00
TiRW* Ke s of 1,,.lies' Jewelry.3 04* to 16 00
ii'HH) Ladies' Belt Bickles ..5 00 to 16 00
hi niUer Napkin Rings.6 00 to 12 00
5WM do. Fruit Knives.6 00 to 10 00
3000 dj. fake Basket.« 00 to 26 00
H 0 do. I'sstora.I® ft) to S>6 00
dt'UO Ladie.' Gair Bails.5 00 to 10 00
6Urhi Ladies' Gilt and Pearl Combs 6 00 to 10 00
siuglet ertiUralek ‘JO Onto En«-li.
We shall »e l u 1 the shove goods at It esch.
>6,too cert.licxies of all tae dill'ereit articles will
be put into eivelnpes. sealed up and mixed.
When ordered, will betaken out wilhont regard
to choice and sent by mail, thus giving nil a
chance. No partiality will be shown to a
single custom r, as has been done by some
I i.ia.d I fimitn l»f of thf* . ht*» Tfhtl CftTI
> wl.it you are to have, and forwaid a dollar
foi the article or nut aa you p eas?.
We -hall charge in all t.ana*ct!ons by mail
Hi for each single certificate. We will tend
i 16 for I’); Ol for 16:100 for III),
Addle- J. TOWN'S',END A CO.,
'—Jteod 16 John Street. New Yotk
*ru YOltK TYPE FOIADHY,
FORMERLY WHITE’S,
(EalabUahcd in 1*10 )
FARMER, LITTLE & CO. 3
TYPE FOUNDRY
AND
PRINTERS’ WAREHOUSE,
M3 iiutl Hi Rrrkman Ntr. « t.
(Corkre ok Goi.d Stiiit,)
A'EIU YORK.
We keep constantly on hand a well made stock
of our Super.or Cast and Fiuiahed
NEWSPAPER, BOOK. JOBBING AND WOOD
TYPE,
of every kown style, and constantly adding new
Styles.
We also furnish PRESSES of Hoe A Co.’s. Gor
don and other manufacture*, and everything
that is necessary, including
INKS.
for a complete
PRINTING OFFICE.
Manv of the larges: Newspaper and|Bnok and
Job Printing Offices in the United Stales, North
and South can be referred to lor the fact of the
excellence of otir TYPE.
Estimates and Specimens promptly furnished.
Offices not receiving specimens from u» wi 1
please mail a paper or card. Address
■ A lOlliK. I.ITTLK * CO.,
«l» it ml 03 Reekman Mg.,!*. Y.
m\ 8—eod3m_ _
DRY GOODS
FOR WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE.
NEW GOODS ill EW PRICES
tl KWIll, fcTOOUART A I1HO.
Are in daily receipt of seasonable
DRYGOODS
From the New York and Philadelphia
1'VllC AUCTION SALEM.
Black Prei* Slika,
Fancy Dreaa Sllkn,
baring and Summer Dtom Goode,
Moaaellne Do Lanes,
Black and Colored Alpacaa J
Shawls, Cloaks,
Goods for Mon snd Boys'.Wear,
Mourning Goods,
Furritkhiug goods,
Table Lineu, .
Counterpanes,
Blankets, Ac., Ac..
Domestio Goods,
Sheetlug snd Shirting,
Muslin*, Calicoes and Olnghama, Ac., Ac.
Our large and varied trade enablee na to pur
chaw any description of Good* which aresaerc
:lced at aaction. and renders our establishment
one of iho most popular In Philadelphia for l»i'
Uy ookton .
To procreate an active trade, we eell all klndi
of good* at a small advance on aaction piioea.
CURWEM. STODDART A BHO..
450, 463 and 464. Nortn 3d.
ap!8-end2m_PHILADELPHIA, PA.
JAM. V. DAYI0BOY,
FORWARDING A COMMISSION MERCHANT
41 Pine Mlrrel, Yew lurk.
CtAI.LlNG your attention to the above T
J would solicit yonr consignments, and oflei
you my services in purchasing and shipping all
order* you may favor me with.
I will attend to the purchase of Lumber
Lime, Rooting Slates snd all Building Materials
Rsferknck.— James Milwood, SpoUwooc
lion,,-. Richmond._myd--‘.‘w
NOW READY:
rpHE INTERNAL REVENUE LAWS,
L Act approved June 30,1804, as amended,
and the Act amendatory thereof, approve!
March 3.1805, with
COPIOUS MARGINAL REFERENCES,
A COMPLETE ANALYTICAL INDEX
AND TABLES OF TAXATION,
Compiled by
HORACE DRESSER.
One volume 6 vo. Paper 00 cent*: cloth $1.
D. APPLETON A CO„ Publisher*.
Nos. 443 and 446. Broadway.
S3-Sent by mail free on receipt of price,
apll—eodbm
* NR Amy Ifewsdenler er Rntln
for a copy of DlWIJsIVS NEW PLBLI
CATJON. my #—ood4t
NEW lORk A 'VERTISE.H’TS
THE YA. TOBACCO AGENCY,
In lWJItt,
CONNOLLY Ac CO.,
45 WATER STREET, NEW YORK.
Cnah. M. Connoi.lv, jr. W. Alex. Bash,
Jas. Madison Garoinkr. Jas. A. Connoi.it.
2aw£m]_
J |1 NT l> II IILI N II E D!
THE LIVES OP
Lii-iit.O«-n. (J. S. Grant, •
Itlnj. Geu. With T. Sherman,
naj. Gen- Phil. II. Sheridau,
AND OF
President Lineolu.
Retail 25 cents. Trade $12.50 per one hundred.
T. R. DAWLEY. l’nblislier.
my 8—eod4t 13 Park Row, N. Y.
JjAWLlIV N TEA Penny Novel*.
No. I—The Two Rivals. No 2—Dare Devil Dick.
No. 3—The Freebooter’s Prize. No 4—Speak
ing Rifle, The Indian Slayer. No. 6—Spirit Eye.
The Indian Captive. No. 11—Inez., The Forest
Bride. No. 7—Jules Germ'd, The Lion Killer.
No In Press. Beall, The Pirate Spy.
Price 10 cents. Trade $3.75 per one huudred.
DAWLEY’S CAMP AND FIRESIDE LIBRARY.
No. I—Incidents ol Camp Life. No. 2—Mer
cedes, The Outlaw’s Child. No. 3—Norma Dan
ton. No. 4—Justina, the Aveuger. No. 5—
The Mad Bard. No. 6— In Prees-Sue Mundj,
the Guerrilla Spy.
Price 15 cents, or $X.O0 for one hundred.
T. II. DAWLEY, Publisher.
my 8—eod4t U and 13 Park Row. N. Y.
IMPORTANT to the Solilifr
ABOUT BEING DISCHARGED. A practice
and useful education to those who can devote a
tew weekf to study, and thus qualify them elves
for business. EASTMAN NATIONAL RUX1
NKSSCOLLEGE, Poughkeepsie New York, the
largest in the world numbering over one thou
saud students in regular attendance. justly
stands at the head of all simlljr institutions.—
Address, for full particulars,
nr-ylO—3t 1L G. KASTMAN, President,
PHII.A. APYJBBTISEBEATS.
S I l AR iW PETERSON,
PHILADELPHIA, Pa
Manufacturers ol
ENAMELLED, TINNED AND PLAIN
Hollowware*
Alio, a variety of other articles suitable for the
HARDWARE TRADE.
COOKING, PARLOR AND HEATING
STOV ES,
of the most lmprored patterns
ALWAYS U M ll A 1>.
apl7—3m
(SPECIAL NOTICE.]
L" Hair I prented from ail parts of the
body in live minutes, without injury to the skin,
by -UPHAM’S DEPILATORY POWDER.” Ash
or sjnd for “Upham's Depilatory Powder," and
take no other. Price il. Mailed to any address
for 61 2b, by
8. C. UPHAM,
26 South Eighth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
(SPECIAL NOTICE.]
O’ I’recklem Tan nn«I l*int|»l«'M
removed at once, by the use of “UPHAM’S
FRECKLE, TAN anu PIMPLE BAN18HER."—
Price 60 cents. Mailed to any address for 76
cents, by K C. UPHAM,
26 South Eighth street Philadelphia, Pa,
[SPECIAL NOTICE.)
tS" The Jnpunrse Hair Slnln
colors tne Hair, Whiskers and Moustache a
beautiful black or brown. It consists of onlv
one preparation. Color will not fade or wash
out. Only 60 cents a box. Mailed te any ad
dress for 76 cents, by S. C. UPHAM,
26 South Eighth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
apl7— ImMon.ThnASat
DK. KAIMH'M KPF.t'IFH’.-The old
est and most reliable medicine for the cure
of Spermatoelnea.’Seminal Weakness, Loss of
Power,’Ac. This medicine baa stood the test
of over thirty years and hus always proved a
snccets.
Dr. Rand’s Specific is exhibited in the form
of pills, made up entirely of substances that
have a specific effect upon the generative or
gans. Most persons associate the idea of opera
tions upon the bowels from taking any kind of
pills. The Specific of Dr. Rand is not intended
as un evacuating medicine, its medicinal vir
tues are expended entirely upon the impaired re
generative organs. The pills are not unpleasant
to the taste, and many persons masticate them
with impunity before swallowing them, which
p|an we would always recommend, us affording
the speediest way to get the effect of the remedy.
Price 61 per box, or six boxes for 66. Sold by
UlUggiHU everywhere. juu.v ivnujicrt,
Wholesale Agent, 403 Chestnut Street,
my 2—3m Philadelphia, Pa.
D_ Hi;XkE.V3EM CUREIK-The
inebriate may now bid detlanceto the temp,
ting cup. Dr. Zeno's antidote for strong drink
ie a certain care for drunkenness, it creates h
dielike for strong drink, and can be administered
without the knowledge of the patient. t
Descriptive circulars sent to any address. For
sale by all respectable druggists in the Ucited
States and Canadus. Price $1 per box, or pack
ages of six boxes for 35.
* JyHN J. KROMEIi .
Wholesale Agent, 403 Che,tnut Street, '
my 9_3m Philadelphia. Pa.
KRONER'* HAIR 1»1 K.-FIFTY
CENTS A BOX.—Boxes larger than dyes
tnai sell for It. Natural, durable, beautiful.—
Wrranted to please. This article has been tho
roughly tested by Dr. Chilton of New York and
Professors Booth and Garrett of Philadelphia,
who pronounce it free from all poisonous in
gredients, and the material composing it will
not injur* the most delicate hnir. Sold by
druesists aud fancy goods dealera everywhere.
““ JOHN J. KROMElt.
Sole Proprietor, 403 Chest uut Street,
my 9_3m Philadelphia, Pa.
FAIKMOVr ITMIAI.E COLLEGE
Green street, west of 32d street Philadelphia.ps.
PRESENT ter u closes Jnne 2ilib. Next terra
commence* September l3tn. Board, inclu
ding tuition in English, per term of five months,
|16u. Stodsnts received during the term.
Rtv. J. W. BARNHART. A. M.. President,
Rav. P. D. BARNHART, Vice President,
my 6—6t
“NEW CREEK COMPANY.
THE annual meeting of the btockboldeis of
this company will take place on MONDAY
the 8th day of May, next; at 12 o’clock, noon, at
thia office, No. 311, Walnut street, Philadelphia,
where an election will be held for five managers
for the ensuing year.
STANLY O. HYLTON,
Pitunirau, April 10, 1865. toe rotary.
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R. T. FOSTER & Co.
EXCHANGE BROKERS,
No. 104 Maim Street,
err and bell
gold, siia er,
Uncurrent Bank Notop,
. United States and State Stocis.
^ Foreign and Domestic Bills Negotiated.
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KALI. AI»VKKT1SE.T1ENI^._
STANLEY & CO:,
IMPORTER’S AND DEALERS IN
TIN PLATE, SHEET IKON,
wiki:, i,i:ai> impi:,
and M K T a L S GENERALLY.
Nio. 30. Light Nlrerl,
OPPOSITE WATER STREET. _
my 10-90_HA1.TM.HQ1I E.
BAYNE & CO. '
Hanker*, Stork, Exrhnagr and
Note
BROKERS.
208 Baltimore Street,
L. P. Bathe, i
Jno. Honey will, 5 BALTIMORE.
W. J. Hocaa._)_inyC-Hn*
WILLIAM T. 8M1TH80N. WILLIAM F. OWENS.
WILLIAM T. SMITHSON & CO.,
BANKERS, BROKERS AND DEALERS
iN tXOUANQK,
224 Baltimore Street, (near Charles.)
HOLD, STOCKS AND ISOLDS
BOUGHT ON MARGINAL DEPOSITS IN THIS
AND OTHER MARKETS.
Collection made on all Available Points, and
Virginia and other Southern Bank Notes
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
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W INI )OW~G LA SS,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNIrH. £•<?.
II. IIIUSIIEKCi As CO.
llmlianl* ol' llalliniore,
HAVE opened a branch in this cDyat Ao.
800 Brand Street,
Between let and Foushee street, (A. Pizzini’s old
stand.) and otlir at tbo lowest market prices the
above named goods. Ou hand and arriving
daily—
•J O boxes American Window Glass
200 boxes French do do
lObbD. Putty
50 boxes Looking Glass Plates
5000 lbs pure White Lead
0000 lbs do Zinc
lObbls Linseed Oil, 5 do. Sp’ts Turpentine.
10 do Kerosene Oil, 6 do. Venetian Red
5 do Y’ellow Ochre 5 do. Rooting Paint
10 do ' arnishes
50 cases nssorted Chrome Colors
0 barrels Glue. 25 reams Sand paper
Paint Brushes and Brushes ol every descrin
tion, making a complete Fainter a, Glazid a, ami
Artist’s Supply Store.
U. HIRSBERG A CO.,
No. 290 Broad «t., noar 1st at.,
Rli RMOND, YA.
And Foutheast cr. Pratt and Hanover 6ts .
my9-1(H* BALTIMORE, Md.
PAPES IIAAftN
AND
GOLD WINDOW SHADES,
All 4£unlili«*n mid Varieties.
S3”ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ,rj
’ HOWELL A BROTHERS,
my 5—2w 2G0 Baltimore Street. Baltimore.
J VO I*. PI.KANAATK A NO.IN,
Tultaccu ('eiuniis.len Herrliimts,
62 SOUTH 8T., BALTIMORE. MD.,
Will receive ami give their attention a* hereto
foie to all consignments directed to their cart-.
Mnuul'.ti'tured Tobacco should be forwarded
in bond in order that it may lie sold either fot
export or consumption.
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HITT & WHITE,
4 EXCHANGE PLACE, BALTIMORE.
W holesale Detders In Nnl Nodn.
4'anstir Soda, Sturt-li, Noaps,
i'amllt-Mi Npices and
Grocer’s Drug*.
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FIRST NATIONAL HANK
of iciciinovi).
HAMILTON O. PANT, President.
L. W. ROSE, Cashier.
DIRECTORS.
Franklin Stearns, Charles Palmer,
Horace L. Kent. Wellington Goddin,
II. G. Kant, Win. L. Hodge,
Henry McWilliams, Charles B. Shaw..
GOVERNMENT DEPOSITORY AND FINAN
CIAL AGENT OF THE UNITED STATES
United States Cpstom-Hofse. Entrance, Bank
street, lust door on the left
Agent for the 7.30 Loan.
A constant supply of Notes will be kept on
hand.
This Bank will buy and sell all classes of GOV.
hli.VMKN 1 bEUUKlilE.s at current market rates,
FURNISH EXCHANGE and make collectiom
on ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES OK THE
UNITED SEATES.
Purchase Government Vouchers on the MOST
KAY oil ABLE TERMS, and give CABKFI'L ani
PROMPT ATTKNTIOX to
ACCOUNTS OK BUSINESS MEN and FIRMS,
and to any other bnsine s entrusted to the Bank.
FULL INFORMATION in regard to GOVERN
MENT LOANS at all times cheerfully lurniahet1,
TREASURY DEPARTMENT, )
UPTICK OF ('OMPTBOLLKR OF TIIK CURAKNCT,>
Washington, May 3d. 18C5, )
WHEREAS, by satisfactory evidence present
ed to the undersigned, it has been made tc
appear that the First National Bank of Rich
mond: in the City of Richmond in the county ol
Henrico ami State of Virginia, has been duly or
gunizvd under and according to the requirement;
of the Act of Congress entitled "An Act to pro
vide a National Currency, secured by a pledge
of United States bonds, and to provide lor the
circulation and tedi-mpton theieof" approved
Juno 3 1864, and has compl ed with all the pio
visions of said Act required to he complied with
oefore commencing the business of Banking un
der said Act:
Now. therefore, I, Freeman Clarke. Oomptrol
let of thj (,'urreucy, do hereby certify that the
First National Bank of Richmond, in the Citv
of Richmond, (in the county of Henrico and Stat’c
of VirginiL is authorized to commence the busi
ness of Banking nnderthe Act aforesaid.
In Testimony Whkbkgf, witnesa my hand and
seal of office, this third d»v of Mny 1866.
[L. 8.] FREEMAN CLARKE,
Comptroller of the Currency.
TREASURY OF THE UNITED STARTS,)
Division of National Banks, V
Washington, Kay 6, 1866. ^
It is hereby certified that The First National
Bank of Richmond, Virginia, a Banking Asso
ciation organized under the Act "To provide
»_ National Currency, secured by n pledge ol
United States Bonds, and to providei for the cir
culation ami tedcraplhn thereof, approved
■lime 3, 1864, having complied with the require
ments of section 46 of said Act, an l wltti the
regulations of this Department made in purau
anre thereof, has thisduy been designated a*
a Depositary of Public Moneys, except receipt;
from Customs, and by virtue of anch designa
tion will also be employed as a Financial Agent
of the Government,
F. E. 8PINNER,
_my8 _Treasurer U. 8.
Jl 8T keceivrd per Nteamer
MARTIN, a fine assortment of
Figs. Raisins,
Olive Soap, Araondg,
Cocanuts, Salad Oil,
Italian Maccaroni,
Malt. Ac., Ac.
For sale low. by
KIMBERLY BROTHERS,
No. 13.16th elreet,
jnylO—3t J. W. Ratcliff** Old Stand.
VV iV BP W ■ a B% a aewmJA^a m
IMPORTANT TO AR.«V
OFFICERN.
James B. Coit, Attorney at Law.
Late Major 14th Conn. Inf., Cd Corps.
Edgar A. Nickels,
Late Capt. 11th Maine Inf., 10th Corps.
E. A. NICKELS & CO.,
Vatlonnl Army ami Vary Claim
Agency.
Seventh Street, Corner of D.
l’ost Office Box 404.
Washington, D. C.
ESTABLISHED 1804.
With the best of facilities for the prosecution
of Military and Naval Claims against the Gov
ernment we can promise accuracy and speedy
settlements.
Careful attention given to the settlement of
Officers’ accounts.
Claims for Horsjs and Equipments lost, killed
or captured in the public service, collected with
despatch.
Military References—Officers 2d and 24th Ar
my Corps.
Civil References—Members of Congress from
Maine and Connecticut.
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HAYES & WHITMAN,
CLAIM AGENTS,
Vo. 21.'. F Ntrect, belweem 14th
11 ml If*III Slrerls,
WASHINGTON, 1). C.,
Attend to the COLLECTION ol ALL CLAIMS
against the Government of the United States.
Procure Pensions, Bounties, Back Pay, Prize
Money, Pay for Horses Killed in Battle, Ac.
Huving had extensive and varied experience
as Officers in the Army and Clerks in the Trea
sury and Ordnance departments, we are pre
pared to make ont and adjust Officers’ Accounts
with the Ordnance. {Quartermaster’s and Trea
sury Departments with accuracy and despatch.
All applications and letters by mail attended
to promptly. myH— Im
"wuXakd’s hotel~
Washington, D. O.
HYKEN, ( IIADWIFk Ac CO.,
Proprietor)),
( LATE OF GIRARD HOUSE, Phii.adei.puia.)
f ap2;>—eodly J
“johnIr eluYsTcoT
DEALERS IN
11 1 II DIVA It E AND n ET l LS.
5^ Office and Store No. 31 9 Pennsylvania Av*!
nus, between 9tli and 10th Streets.
IQ" Warehouses Nos. 301,303, 3 >& C. Street, and
87 and S5 Louisiana Avenue, Washington, D. C.
L. II. HorxiNS, >
J. It. Ei.vans, >
C. B. Peik80N, ) my 8—3m.
John Van Arman, A. P. Bbitton, H. J. Grat,
of Chicago, 111. of Rhode Island, of Michigan.
VAN ARMAN, BRITTON & GRAY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
AND
SOLICITORS OF CLADII,
WILL attend to business of all kinds be
fore the several Department* of the Gov
ernment at Washington, the United States Su
preme Court, Coarts-Martial. Court of Claims,
All kinds of claims against the Government
growing out of the present war. or arising in any
manner whft’ever, will be attended to PROMPT
LY. If entrusted to oar care.
OFFICE—No. 460 fiivth street, between E and
F "treer*. Washington. P. C.
Address—P. O. Box 1,034. apl6—lm
H. F. ZIMMERMAN & C0~
No. f»:JO Seventh Street, between
Louisiana Avenue and D St.,
east side, Washington,
D. C.
SOFAS, CHAIRS,
J*arlor Set*, Chamber Met*, _
AND
Dresine: Bureaus*
HAIR. HUSK, EXCELSIOR and SPRING
MATTRESSES constantly on hand and
made to order, wholesale and retail, and sold at
prices that cannot fail to give satisfaction.
23” All orders promptly tilled. Furniture pack
ed and shipped on the most reasonable terms.
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WHIG JOB OFFICE.
NI rE INVITE ESPECIAL AT*
' T tcntiou to the large Stock of
PRINTING MATERIAL recently shipped di
rect from New York expressly for this Office—
comprising PAPER, INKS, BUSINESS
CARDS, of various sizes, a large quantity
of CARD BOARDS, red, white, blue, yellow,
pink and green, suitable for railroad and other
purposes, with improved machinery for cutting
the same to any desirable size. Every article
needed for a first-class BOOK AND JOB
OFFICE has been obtained, and having se
cured the services of scientific and experienced
workmen, both in the composing and press
rooms, we are prepared to execute all orders
that may be sent to this Office with neatness
and despatch, and on the most reasonable terms,
guaranteeing to please every one who may fa
vor us with their patronage, or no charge
made.
WE PRINT
DOI RLE-JIEDK JI POSTERN,
Programmes, Hand-Bills
Blanks, of every description,
Bill-Heads, Business Cards,
Wedding Cards, Visiting Cards,
Concert Tickets, Circulars,
Invitation Tickets,
Insurance Policies,
Obituaries, On Fine Mourning Paper,
Railroad Tickets, Schedules,
— Time Tables, Rills of Lading,
Labels, of all kinds,
Hotel Tickets Kills of Fare,
Hotel Records, Bank Cheeks,
School Reports Briefs,
Books Pamphlets,
And in fact, everything pertaining to our busi
ness, in a prompt and workmanlike manner.
jj^» Public patronage most respectfully so
licited.
WHIG BOOK AND JOB OFFICE,
Cor. Governor and Franklin Sts.,
Richmond, Va.
CHEAP, CHEAP.
SHOES! SHOES! SHOES!
Attention ladies, misses and chil
dren. -Just arrived, 40 caws Ladies',
Muses’ and Children’s Balmorals and Gaiter
Shoes at GEO. T. STANLEY’S Cheap Grocery,
corner of 7th and Broad street, Richmond.
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■nnIi'kaVci: company of the
STATE OF VIRGINIA,
Odre over MIt«-Iiel 4c Tyler’*,
NO. 108 MAIN STREET.
rPHIS COMPANY has yet a good capital left
A- from the the late wreck, and have resumed
business at their new Office, No. 108 Main htieet,
first floor above Mitchel A Tyler's store.
The old friends of the Company and the pnblio
are requested to call on them for insurance as
heretolore.
Policy holdrra are hereby notified to bring their
policies promptly to ibe office of the Company
and have them endorsed good for proper amounte
In current funds.
JOHN L. BACON, Preeident.
Wm. H. Christian, Secretary.
Richmond, May 6th, 1866.—3m
IMPORTANT IVM RAYCi: NO*
TICK.
rpHK .Nto«-kliol«l»*r» of the l’lrgli
X ia ll’lre A MARINE Insurance Company
have ascertained that the condition of the compa
ny will justify its continuing its business, and
have received permission from the military au
thorities to do ho. Its ..‘fleets will be held liable
for outstanding policies in such amounts as may
be agreed ou between the officers and the aasuied.
Policy holders are hereby requested to bring
their policies promptly to the office of the compa
ny (over Mite ceil A Tyl- r*s store. 1(18 Main strectj
and hare them endorsed good tor proper amounts
in current lunds.
Those who have lost their policies can obtain
certificates in lieu of the same. We are prepared
to take new risk s acd invite our old patrons and
the public generally to sustain os.
WILLIAM WJI.LIS, Jr.,
iny'5 — Iw Secietary.
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON"
AND
GLOBE INSURANCE CO.
ASSETS, (Cold).*16,000,000
DIRECTORS IN Rf.W YORK.
Francis Cottenet. Esq., Chairman. 1
Henry (,'ijnnell, Esq., Deputy Chairman.
K. F. Innderscn, Esq.
Alexander Hamilton, Jr., Esq.
Joseph (Jailbird, Jr., Rsq.
K. M. Archibald, Esq., II. B. M. Consul.
Alfred Pell. Esq., Resident Secretary.
The above Company Laving resumed business in
this city, the undersigned are prepared to effect
insurancesou Buildings, Merchandise, Ac., Ac.
Office, 227, Main street, (up stairs) near Ninth
street. DAVENPORT A CO.,
iuy2—lOt Agents.
WILLIAM AVI 1.1.I*. Jr.,
I ii sii runce Art ml.
No. 108 Main street, over Mitchtll A Tyler’s,
Is prepared to receive applications for insurance
agaiust fire in that loDg established and well
known company. The Insurance Comoauv of North
America, of Philadelphia. Capital, oue million
seven hundred thousand dollars, securely invest
ed. I recommend the above named company
to our commhnity with great confidence.
myO—ht_ WILLIAM WILLIS, Jm.
~ (i\VATIIMEY jfMORRIS,
4 oiiinii«*ion, 1'iirtt ni-tllng u ■ 4
I’rodure .'Mercliuiils.
SOUTBSIDE BASIN,
Corker Canal and loth Street*.
rPHE subscriber Laving associated with him
A in bnsinesa Mr. W. H. P. Morris, we offer
to the Planters of Virginia and North Carolina
our services for the sale of Wheat. Corn, Flour
and Tobacco. In connection with the above we
me prepared to receive and forward any con
signments in transit, with the favorable locality
to or from any points on the Canal and James
river, thereby'saving extra charges, Ac. We
houe to secure the putronaceof the public. .
O. N. GWaTHMEY,
of the late firm of W. A G. Gnathiney.
W. H. P: MORRIS,
myS—lm of Goochland county, Va.
JAMES & MILLS™
Com in i«» ion Vlcrchanli.
SELL ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY TRO.
DUCE, Ac,,
Solicit Consignments from their friends and
the public generally. Will also buy and sell
gold, silver and uncurrent notes.
Office at present, on Locust Aliev, onposite
Raine's Hotel. JAM Ed A MILLS
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O FARMEKN \>l» IMnnferw.
The undersigned, dealers in LANDS, offer
their services in disposing of Virginia and North
Carolina Farm Lauds, Mills, etc.
SMITH, HRAMUALL A CO.
Refer to Wm. lr* Smith, Esq., Proprietor of
Richmond Whig._mylO—lm
NOTICE.—We are now prepared to fur
nish, at wholesale and retail, TINWARE and
Stoves of all kinds.
PLUMBING, GAS FITTING AND ROOFINO
promptly and neatly attended to.
TERMB-Cash. CI1A.S. D. YALF. A CO.,
rayfi—3w_IronJilock, Governor »t
A_ JlEirmG of the Ntockoldcn
of the James River Canal Packet Companr
will be held on the 3-Jtb of this month, (May) at
Howardsville. at which time an election fer Pre
sident will be held.
By order of
mylO—6t* JOHN HORSLEY,
Pres dant P. T.
T?OK Lyni'hlinrg au«l Lexlagtoi.
r The Canal Boat A. B. WILLIAMS will take
freight and passeogera for Lexington and at any
Kiut along the canal, to leave on FRIDAYeven
g. For terms apply on hoard, in Basin, near
Packet Landing. WM. P. COX.
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rpHE NEW HKTRT FOR IS65.
A wonderful invention for ladies. [Inquestion
ably BUperior to nil others.
Don’t fail to read the advertisement in tha
Richmond Whig, containing full particnlara.
evety Monday morning. apll—evde\M6m
H1XEN A CO. bate regular Auc
tion Bales of Goods, Wares and Merchan
dise at their Sale rooms, No. 54 Main st., every
Monday and Thursday, at 10 o'clock.
Consignments solicited. C. C. HANES.
myB— 3tw 1 m_A actio neer.
THE undersigned nrc ready *•
X supply everv variety of GILL NETS, CAST
NETSorSBlNBH. fitted for use, or Netting on
ly. Seine Rope. Buoys, Lead, Corn wood,
Particular attention paid to LATENT COTTON
NETTING, the most durable article.
On hand and for Bale
10,000 lbs COTTON SEINE TWINE
American Net Company,
•13 Commercial St., Boston.
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NOTICE TO TllS PUBLIC'.
Roiiekt n.npuix.v noTEL,
■ltaated on Fifteenth street, between Frank
lin and Broad streets, la still open for the ac
commodation ol visitors and also for boarders by
the day, week or month. RO. LUMPKIN.
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A X E W
FROM RICHMOND
To Fort Honroe iintl Xorlblk,
COKMfCriNO WITH TUB BAT I.IKX 8TKAMKRS FOR
BALTIMOBK. TOUCHING AT CITY POINT.
The Government having prohibited citizens
from travelling on government boats, the propri
etors of the Steamers Georgianna and M. Mati n,
two first cl«ss Steamers, commence this day a
daily line between Richmond. Fort Monroe and
Norfolk, touching at City Point, and connecting
with the Bay Line Steamers for Baltimore, leave
Richmond daily at 6 a. m., arriving in Baltimore
at 6 a. m., next morning in time to connect with
all the Eastern and Western Lines.
Fare to City Point $1.00
To Fort Monroe and Norfolk $3.00
To Baltimore $8,00
For further information, apply to F. G. We.t
rott. agent, Adams Express Company, Richmond,
Virginia, corner of Main and 19th (streets,
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