MAJOR OESERAL U. W. BALL SCK.
HDQK’S MILITARY DIVISION 1
Richmond, Va., May 8 1866. S
Major General Oku
t'omd', Dept of Virginia.
$in«rai.—All 1 ,yal citizen* are permitted to
coma to and depart from Richmond, without
pause* or other restriction*, than iimp'.r re gla
re ring their names as they land or leave. It la
understood that -raveller* have been prevented
Irouleavug with nt p sows. Any assumption
of authority and dtsotedience of orde s of th a
kind wi 1 bo severe v punished.
Youwil ee that no turthtr obstruction* oi
this kind to fre* t an ait be permitted.
Rebel of.ices and 8 Idiera who go to loyal
States »nhout proper authority, will do ao at
their own reril.
Your ob't servant,
(Signed) M. * HALLBPK.
Maj. Gen. Comd'g.
Official co py:
J. c. Aklton. A. A G. my*v
UWUAMIL'Y MViUON OF TIM* JiklSh 1
Ricimokv, Va. May 6th. I8u6. )
No. 10. ]
3. Al railroads in the Department of Vlrgiaia,
when ao longer required for military pu po*ee.
will, with tnerr roiling »to k. ma hlnery and
materials, be turned over t • the officers of their
respec ire cumpa i«a. .rovided t ratsucu officei*
have t ken the oath of atlegtaace to the United
11. Bat such del very wi,l not p event the for
feit re ot any stock mail companies which
may i»e owned bv person* wi o uo not co e
with n the prov sion* of tue Amnesty Proclama
By order of Major General H W. Hallici.
J. C. KKL >o *
m\ 9—3t Aasi tant Adjutant General, j
HD’QRS MlLdTABY DIVl'N OF THE JAMES,!
MCbmoko, Va, May Ma, 18bo. \
,ro 6. >
I. From ,nd atter the 30t*i in*t »nt all persona
fund in arui* against tire authority ot the
United Mates in the Stares of Vi gin a -ud Nortii
t'a.-o.ina will be tre ted aa robber* and outlaws.
II. Any pen as in these State* who ahtl a**i»t
or advise th* organii . inn of guerilla bind* or
the cojtinuation ot hostilities against the *u- 1
thoriry ot the United male* wilt l*» ariesed.
tried by the mi itary commiaaion. and punished
with death, or otherwise le*a sever ly, according
to • iicumstance* of t eca* .
I I A.) rail t*ry oil, er* of this division, and
esp.-cia ly the c mmsadeis of p>eu and di*.riels,
wll be charged with the p enervation of good
nrd-r within their respect.ve command*. They
will uiw their inti ience io reconci e til dtffere ,c.-s
fwtjveen freedmen a„d their former master* »nd
will .ssuie the fresdme , that they will be requi
red to labor tor the support of themse ve* and
fa mil e* but they «re tree ta select their own em
pioyers and mike their own largala*. hey I
must he mace to understand that the Government
will protect but cannot support them. Al cla*
ee must oe ah rwn ibe absolute acce*aity of p ant
_A ... al__ 1___ .Via .wei.w wn.i V la, I
coming summer iu order to avoid want and
starvation iu t-e country.
|V*. Ko minor* not cared for by their parents,
the app enti e svs cm wi.l be in roJnced as early
as practicable, "e'or childrea too youn^ to labor,
an i who have been abandoned by thei» na’nntl
prot -. tors it is aaviseJ that Honaes of Refuge be
Mtab ishcd where they may be cared for and ed
V. Interest aa well » humanity requires that
the fo mer master* of he col red race sltonld
unite tn devisia - the best measures for amelio
rating their condition and tor introducing some
practical ay-tern of hired labor. To this end all
military authorities wi.. lend lheir aid.
By order of Maj. Gen. H. W. Htitici.
J. C. KfcLTOX.
my 6 Assistant Adjutant General.
~BB£VKT BRIG. UEX. B. C. LUDLOW.
HEADyKo i'EXIXsGLA DrSTKICT,}
Kichmo.nd, Vs. |
In virtue of Special Order* from Headquarer*
if the Department. I have assumed command ol
the Peninsula District, composing the counties
lmmeditiely north of tne James river.
1 tan* it for grauted that the surrender of G«n.
Ims * army virtually includes all Virginia troops
whose orgunuation has been part of said army,
although their datiee nave been in a separate
C -u.panics of such troop* are known to be
•till *t—oued in tbe counties mentioned a* be
longing to tuis, 1 strict. uauer* and men ic these
organisation* are di «• ted to surrender them
■elves .<* prisoner* of war and no paroled that
they may return to their homes and give t ieu ae
aistance In establishing order and peace in
their > uiwed-ste neighborhood*.
it i* my uiteution to estuhtjah detached posts
througu • it turn district, pui-eiy tor the protection
of tbe citiaen* o -hr c uutry trom lilegiumate
bande of aimed men and maiandeia of every de
Cit-ueus are requeeted to give their aid to this
end uy ,ippi.viug information which may lead
to the arrest ol all persons who aiay commit
depredations of any kind.
A,i nien who have beloogeJ to any organized
company <i - o-ifeder te troops, included in the
nnrreu ler oT 'i-a, . *e'« army, or otherwise
who have returned to their ho e*. «re reqneaied
to register tneir names at the posts established
la the,r vicinity.
Thom men whose experience in war render*
peace more de d are requested to give every as
sistance to the recogaiA-d forces of tbe United
St-ites Government in tueir en ic vore to render
■ property secure, and lives e»fe from tbe n-cks
ot men who take advantage of the pre*-nt *t,te 1
oi 3 ire for the purpose of private gain orpri- -
it h scouie to the knowledge of the author
ities tuat cn# a-gross on toe d Ifereot f*r us are
retusing to work, or «re leaving their accna
tomed homes and coming into Bi -hiaond and
otuer place* occupied by troop*. They ti» here
by dree ted to remain at their old homes, to go
t wuik a* uiuul on the anus, and r*he the pro
duce ne —sarv t>-r their maintenunce. and are
assured that their frveCom shad be proto ted.
B. C. LUDLtiW,
Brv*t Brig. Gen’l Commanding.
I IKI I I. IK.
HEvQQ'Bh PEN iNaULA DISTRICT.I
Apr 129. 1*6. \
All former Justice of Pea.euf the counties of
Warwick lork, James City, Ne«| ,eot. Glonces
ter. M .tlbews. Cbas. City, Henrico, (eastern
half) are requested to report to me by letter, to
ay Headquarters at Richmond or W Uianuburg,
the bound* ies of their magisterial district*; the
number of iuhabitaut*. white andb ack. the con
dition ol the people In refe’ence to food on hand
tad the prospect ef crops, the number of mills
their e tuation capieit/ and present condition,
and names of owner*.
T >#y will state wbatjdisorder* prevail, that
measures may be taken to remedy them, and
any other information that may give me a foil
knowledge of the necessities of their d‘*trict.
The repot* of each will be confined to the
diatnct lor which they were elected.
B. C. LUDLOW.
ap39—d2w Brevet Brig. Gen. Commanding.
war dk art rent, >
Acjctant Grn -Ral's uerv r \
Washington, Ray 3.1863. y
Mo. 61. A
With a vi w to prevent acoidatu, Commandetn
af \r "y Corps, V partmes's and Military Di
vtai ns. will mmediately take ih* precautions
necessary to ensure the di>ch*rge cf all amall
arm* a-d ca n n Including those captured from
the enemy, be ore being turned over by the troop*
for sto eare or shipment.
By rder oi the Secretary of W ar.
W. A. NICHOLS,
Assistant Adjutant General.
Official Sax. G. Prcc.
my 10 Assistant Adjutant GeneraL
iiTffi. lUHINTU.T CO.ILRINMIO.T.
Richmond. April 13th, 186b.
NOTICE.—A daily prayer meeting b held
a. 11 o’clock A. M., in the basement of the
Methodl, Church, corner of Broad and 10th itv,
under the n pices of the Christiaa Comm: • ion.
Cttiaana and soldier* are earnestly invited to at
tend t.ia meetinr.
E. f. WILLIAM?, Ag't U. 8. a C..
spit—tf Army of the J sues.
JA. BEL.V1.YN PLACE Of BUSINE88
• i* cn Franklin street, between 13th and
14th streets near the Ballard House.
MY office being burnt. I may be found at the
old stone building (Water Work* officej
head of tha B -ala. co.ner Kighthand Cary.
Qw_THOMAS M. LaDD.
WE have on hand a few of t«e R CHM'WD
STOVES so well known in tH* mariet.
A>o a full assortment of REPAIRING Pl«AThiS
for thee*stoves. C. D. 'ALE A CO..
. my 6—Aw iron Block, G vernnr S tee .
Tallow cawdees—'iftv bo**#
p icne tallow caDdles to arrive thi* day;
par schooner George Washington, for aa'.e at re
duced rates. Apply tn ___
ItlMBERLT BRO HERB,
mv W—3t No. 13, Ftf .eeath itrect
Q»rt‘ M< . T
MAJOR GENERAL E. 0. C. ORD._
HD'QRS DEPARTMENT OF VIRGINIA J
army-or the Jamrs. >
Richmond, Va.. M.y 8t i, 1866.1
TO LADIES APfLlINO FOR CLERKSHIPS.
The Military authorities of the Department
unfortunately have no civil business wheieia
ladiv* can be employed. It is to be hoped a
more civilized condition will toon exist, when
ail can earn their living who so deaire.
By command of
M«j. Gen. E. 0. C. ORD.
Cha*. B. Atchison. Captain _nd A. A. D C.
nvff—*t ______ _ _
■BAttik'S UtPAUTMKN I OF VIRGINIA,)
army or rut Jame*. >
Richmond May 6th, 1865. )
Paroled prisoner* anu uC er app leant* for pu*ses
South fro a Old Point or Norfolk are imormed
that hero are no Governm n transport* leaving
Fort Monroe or Norfolk at present lor Southern
Uv command of Major Genera! Ord.
3 ED. W. sMITT,
my 8 Assistant Aoju ant Geteral.
NOTICE TO MECHANICS.
HEaDvjKS DEPAKIM. NT vF VA. )
ARMY or THE JaMRR. >
Richmond Va.. April 32. 1866.)
If Among the paroied prisoner* ot ti.eCon toer
a»e ar uy there are an. mechanic* who desire to
remote to the North with their tamiliea with a
view to obtaining cmy oyuient. they will upon
taking the oath ot allegiance, be furuiahed tr„us
porta'ioa to Philadelphia. New York or Boaton.
as 'hev may d--sire.
Ofa "e» will t« , pened in e»ch of the four dis
trict* ot the city, where person* de*inng to t ke
advantage of ti.i* offer can register their names,
occupation and the c'ty to which thev desire to
be sent, and where tickets for tr r spoitauon will
be given them. When a sufdcieut number are
registered, boat* will be provided fur their tran«
portation and the dsy of sa.ling duly advertised
in the city papers
Only the w ive* and children of the applicants
will be allowed to ac. ompauv them. Co ore I me
chan c* will be allowed the benefit of this offer.
Bv orJer of Major Goner 1 Ord
3 ED. W. SMITH.
ap24- tf Assistant Adjutant General.
HDQ'tW DEPARTMENT OF VIRGINIA i
Akmy or rat James. >
Richmond, Va., April 13.1866. )
GtNXBAl ORDKIO*. t
No. 36. S
All captured property other than munitions of
war and subsistence stores will be turnod over
promptly tothe Oepotyuaitermaster at Richmond.
All captured subsistence stores and munitions of
war will be turned over to the appropriate Staff
Officers. All private property taken from citizens
in and about Richmond will be returned to he
Tie Provost Marshal General and his subordi
nate* *re -barged with the execution ot thia order.
By command of Major General <iud.
ED. W, aMITH,
apM—tf Assistant Adjutan* General.
iiD yKS ImrAKl MrJMT or VIKlilMA.i
Armt of the Jam** >
IWIHOKP Virginia. April II) I860.)
General <'rusks, (
No. 37. )
Provo#: Marshals trill grant no passes to clti
t >m from '-he North, or oticera.'to come to this
city, except on criers from the President, the
Secretary of War. Lfeat. Gen. Grant or the De
partment Commander or by permission frcm
Generals Meade or SherldaD.
Officer* and soldiers now in the city will return
to 'heir respective commands at once or be sub
ject to ar esc and condnement
The Provost Marshal General Is charged with
the exe ution of this order.
Bs command of Major Genera’ Ohd.
K. W. SMITH,
tpM Assistant Adjutant General.
HDQR’3 DEPARTMENT OF VIRGINIA,*
Armt of the James, >
Richmond, Va. April 14. I860.)
So. 30. $
For the purpose of carrying out the require
menu of • .eneral Orders No. 36. current series
from these Head Juxrters. it is ordered that all of
ticers and soldier* bavng csptnted horses, car
riages or other private property in ’heir tosses
sion. turn the same over at once to the Qnarer
master of their respect.ve commands, to be for
warded t<- the Depot yuartermsster at Richmond,
or in case the property was taken from citizens in
or near Richmona, u> the nearest Provo** Mj*r
shal. 10 l«e returned to the owners. Gitizeo* hav
ing such captured property ir the'r p s-c,sion will
tarn the same over to the'Pmvort Marsha .
Anv person neglecting to comply promptly with
this order will be placed in Treat and puni-hed.
Commanding officer* will beheld to strict account
ability m reporting all c use* of delinquency with
in their re*pceti\e -ommands. Provost Marshals
will make atrict search for captmed property in
the hands of tfi'-ers and use 'he ntmoat vigilance
in attending to the execution of this order.
By command of Major Gener 1 Oho
Ed VV. Smith.
Assistant Adjutant Gen.
HD’QRS DEPARTMENT OF VIRGINIA,*
Armt or the James >
Richmond, Va.. April 31, 1866.)
General Orders *
No. 46 S
1. Brigadier General F T. Dent, U. S. Vols.,
having reported for duty to the Department <’om
mander, is hereby assigned to duty ns Military
Commander of the pity of Rishmnnd, and will
command all troops * ithln the city.
3. The tr.-ops to be statio-ed in Richmond will
consist of the 24*h Muss Vols. the 20th N. Y.
Vols., and a farther detail, to 1* made by Biign
dier General !>even« from the troopa under his
command, to be eonsl in strength to two good
reg menu, with lull omplinient of officers This
detail will be jw-manent nnd will be in lieu of 'he
daily d-tail of fonr hundred m-n for the Dis
trict Provost Marshals ordered bv Genera' Or
riera, No. 43. current aeries, fr m these Headquar
3. Oeneral Dent will famish to the Provost
M mh* General, and the District Provost Mar
shals. such detail- a» ma\ be necessur.
4. Tl e tr>op*> st'tinned in Kichmond bv virtue
of this order will he provided «i’h sn’tahle onar
ter* »> each points as Brigadier General Dent
All orders and parts of orders, conflicting here
with are hereb revoked.
By command of Major General Ord.
ED. W. SMITH.
AMKwtm AkUjUlttUb UCIIUBI*
Official Ed. w. smith
Assistant Adjutant General. ap94
Richmond Va., May 1, I860.
In compliance with General Order*, No. 47
Hesdqnar em Department of Virginia, dated
April 35th. 18*6. the undersigned hereby assumes
command of the District of the Appomattox,
comprising that portion of Virginia lying be
tween the James anl Appomattox rivers.
The Headquarters of the District will be at
my l—tf Lieut, *toi. 10th N. H. Vole.
CHIEF QUA KTERM ASTER’S OFFICE )
Army OK THE JiMM, >
Richmond V*., April 38th, 1866. j
There will be ottered for sale at public auc.
tion. near the Steamboat landing, at Rocketts,
in trua city, on SATURDAY, the 13th day of
May next, a lot of condemned Animals, Wagons,
Harness and Saddles belonging to the Unite
States Government. There will also be a lot of
the same off< red tor sale in the city of Petersburg
on the same day.
Tkbms —Payments must be made in Uni
te' States Government funds at the date of pur
chase. JOHN B. HOWARD.
Lt. Col. and Chief Q. M.. ’
tp39— tds_Army of the James.
ADAMS’ EXPRESS COMPANY,
CORNER RAIN AND 1»TU NTH.,
ADARN’ blPHENN COMPANY
Rave repossession of their offices In the above
named cities, and are prepared to fonrardiall mil
Packages fer civilians ahould be acoompanlad
by a permit from the military authorities.
ADAMS tXPHBi'S 'SGMPAMX,
443 Broadway, and
ap 11 —3m ‘pwenty-8eveuth street.
8PECI4L NiOTICK. _
TIIO**Kin want ot'Muperlor F»mi!y
Groter et of ev iy kind will ■ o well to ca l
at nc up<n Robertson. Garre t & Co., corn r
Franklin and Governor streets, (their old *taud)
wne-e yo 1 can be served in qusntiti s to snit
y ur fsn.-y. and at pr.cea Very li tie ab ve the
wholes* le price. m) 6— 1 w
BREAST* IIACONf_Four bhds and
six bote* at ictlv p I me to arrive his day,
per achooner George Washington. Kor sale by
ilMeERLY BR ‘THERA
my lft—3t Ne. 13, Fifteenth stmt.
~~B RIGA PIER GENERAL F. T. VENT.
HDQR’H MI LITARY COMMANDER.!
Richmond. Va., May 3d, 1*6. S •
Omim. Omnxas l
No. 6. >
Hotel* will be allowed to furnish their geest*.
at table wines, ale or porter, by the bottle.
Druggiate and ApotSeNartet will be Allowed to
keep ou band, aud sell to the r euatomera. wines
and fermented liquor* by the bottle. ’
Such persona as ate above referred -to will be
allowed to import wines and malt liquors.
my4-tf. F. T. DENT.
‘Brigadier General and Military Com uauder.
HEADiJUR’ri MILITARY COMMANDER *
Richmond. May 6th, 1866. S
Srscun 0»n»«, )
No. 6. $
It having been lepreeented to these Headquar
trrs that t e number of cases of small pox iu the
city ha* increased as a pre -antionaiy measure it
is ordered that ail persous b ta whit, and Uick,
who have n»t been recently and aucceeefu y
va-cf ated will loaned.ately have it done by
tLeir a tending phy.icians. Gratuitous vaccine
tl« n will b pet for urd at t>e U. H. Dlspensaiy,
corner 8th and 8ro id 8t sets. Libby Prison H s
pital. and 'turn Hospital at he d of Main at.
Commanding officers of the different regiment*
itatiuued in this city will me th.it the medical
ntbc r* of their commands aid in c-trying out
the insrnctiona of this Older.
F. T Di,NT,
Brig. Geur'l Military s/omnunder.
my6—tf of Richmond.
HDQU’S MILITARY COMMANDRR,!
Richmond, Va., Apr.l 37th, 1«66. )
No. 3. S
Until further orders no Spiritons Vinons or
Fermented Liquors will be sold iu this city, nor
will any lie allowed to be brought here.
Anv ieraon or persons violating this oder will
be promptly arms ed by the Provost Marahal of
the district, and sent to Castle Thunder.
By command ot Brigadier General Dint.
aj.38 WM. 11. POWELL. A. A. A. Q.
BRIGADIER GENERAL if. R. PATRICK.
DEPARTMENT OF VIROT HA.i
Ornci or tbx Provcst Marshal Grnrkal >
Richmond, Va.. Atril -i4th 1866. )
As the various military offices in this city are
tlirungcii with person* making applications for
passports, the following is published fur their in
Until further orders, no paroled prisoners of
war w ill be jiermittod to pass to their homes in,
or by way of, any of the Northern cities. The
officers at Fortress wonroe are chargee with the
duty of pr> venting any such pe-sons from taking
passage un the Ba timore or Washington boats.
Paroled prisoners ut war who c.,n reach their
home* via the James River, Norfolk, Portsmouth,
or tnrough the Interior of the State, will be at
forded every- facility at the disposal of this office.
Citixens who have given their parole, or taken
the oatb of allegiance, are permitted to go North
to make necessary arrang- menu for engaging
once more in business.
A 1 classes of persons residing in this city, ana
having lurms or plantations in the country, will
receive the necessary passes for going ami retim
ing, on application to Capt. C. E. Scoville, lower
floor of the CapitoL
M. R. PATRICK,
ap 35 Prov, Mar. Gen I.
OFFICE OF PiiUVOeT MARSHAL C.EN’L)
DKPaHTMNT Of VIRGINIA, >
Richmond, Va., April 24. 1865. )
Hereafter and until farther orders. Pickets.
Guard* and Patrols will allow Marketmen anc
Citiens going to the country for produce or
wood, to pas* with their carts or wagon* in and
out of the city of Richmond, without iurther
pass or hindrance.
By command of Brig. Gen. M. R Patrick,
Pro. Mar. General.
W. W. BE* KWIIH,
ap36—tf Capt and A. D. C.
OFFICE OF PRuVOHT MARSH AL GEN'L )
PiraRTnRNT or Virginia. >
Richm. nd, Va.. April 31. 1866. y
Several paroled officer* of the Army of North*
ern Virginia having signified their desire to go
abroad to Enrobe o e *ewhere, and for the pie
sent all permits to such officer* to pass through
the loyal St’tr* having been suspended, they are
iulormed that pasaports an. pas*nge to Halifaa
will be furnished them on application ai tnc
office ot the l'rovoat Marshal General of this
By order of Major Ceneral E. O. f\ Ord.
M. R. PATRICK
*r 34 Prov *t Msrslal General.
ot>TCE FKUVObT MARSHAL GENERAL. 1
Dktartrknt or Viroinia 1
Richmond April 18. 1866.)
All officers and enlisted nen on targlk, and
all other persons not on duty, are hereby forbid
den to wear side irn u and levolvers.
District Provost Marshals are charged with the
strict mfotcem nt ot this order.
By order of Brig. Gen. M. R. Patrick.
ABEL E. LEAVEN At iRTH,
captain Ninth Vermont Volnnieera.
apl9—tf Assistant Pi ovost Marshal.
OFF1C*. OF P OVUST MARSHAL GE.NV,)
Richmond. Va.. April 19, 1866. )
Notice ia hereby given that all persona desir
ous of fishing in the James river. »nd to sell their
fl*h in Richmond and its vicinity, have oermia
sion so to do without farther permit or hin
der moo. M It. PATRICK,
ap 30—tf Provost Marshal Ceneral.
101 Drond Street,
t'i niml sion .Bmliauf,
Consignments respectfully solicited.
WS|. D. DAVIDBOH rnnlinucs
t • offer hla »e.vic s to his o d friends *nd
the pnhlic genera ly as CO' MHM'iN MiR
'HAvT foT the sale if all cons gnmeuts. a ,d
for tilling all orders and promise* p orapt attea
tion to all ns ness entrusted to his care.
Can be seen for the present at hi* r si lence,
13th stieet, between oroa . and Marshall Hi fa
Window ul«nk-in stoke
SOU boxes aborted sues.
Jar*, re el eJ per ic ooner Harriett For isle
•t reduced rates by
my 10—3t No 2, Fifteettha reet.
* . ONMUNHENT and dor
45 bbla No. 1 R 'g'n or Tanners' Oil,
25 “ " Kosln,
100.000 Asphaltum or Pitch, for roofing
purposes, at J. M. BIBB,
No. 3,16th Bt., between Main and Cery.
IcE! ICE! ICE!
HAl'Ww anode orrnngeseat te
obtain a daily supply of ice of pure spring
The Public can be supplied in large or small
quantities a» J- J- BIN FORI) A CO.’B,
119 Franklin at., door below.Goternor. .
LATE «RRIYAL OP NIIOEN,
lOl Uroarl St., corner of'Ninth.
WE haveju *. received a fn 1 and complete
asso>tueat of Ladies' and Misses’ Lasting
G ite-a all a ea from IS to |6.
L dies' and Miaaea* nippers from 12 to |5.
Children's S o-a Irom 60 cents to f2.
Mena and Boys’ hhe a. all prices.
The finest assortment ol Black Hats in Rich
mond atatmal advance on cost, from 83 no.
We will soon have fur tbe Ladies th; Ce ebra
t»d Elliptic Skirt, the gie test invention of the
age. Also. Para*o a and Umbrellas, French
Wove Core ta with whalebone.
Ladies and Gentlemen will find it to their inte
rest not to forget the eld Firm of Belvin'a Block,
as we are determined to ariae, Phtrnix like, from
the aabes. DABBY, READ A CO,
MAKYLANII EIRE INSURANCE
COMPANY OF BALTIMORE, inaugurated
la IH58 with a cash capital of 1200,000. with a
la ge surplus, have established an agency in
Bit nmond, with tbe reliabie and well qualified
Agents tf J. H. MONTAbUK A WHITALL,
231 Main street, where patties In Ri hrnond
wishing to make a safe insurance against fire
TH 10 E. HAMBLBTON, President.
References to John H ptius or any respectable
Banker or Me chant in Baltimore.
Tbia company solicits business in the city of
Richmond and all losses or damagf b fire will
be promptly set'led either In greet b eks or In
go d by *iO\'TaGUEA WHITALL A’gta,
mylO-tJnSth_231 Main eta^
BI-SI*ess CARD— liter the destruc
tion of my store at 194 Main street I have
pnt up a new stand *t tbe store of Me*,™. H.
W endenburg A Co., under tbe Bpottswood H >tSi.
on Main street, where I will be bappy to attend
to my old cutomen and the pnblic generally.
my«—2w • Watchmaker gad Jeweller,
_L.O0T AND IT«LE\._
dbf) AAA BEWAHW.-Aoj person re
nP4«iV/vJv eid.ug in Virsfnla or elsewhere,
iuu, wuosa hands one -r more of the valuable
?spent listed below may have come, will receive
is proport.ou of the above reward, by sending i
It or them to my address, through Adams' Ex-I
press Company, with instructions to receive the
reward on delivery of the bonds
No questions will be asked—so the names of
the parties will not be known.
Meters. K. A. Lancaster A Co., Stock Brokers, !
Main street, Messrs. Maury A Co., Stock Bro
ken, Dear Spotswood Hotel, and Mr. John Par
cell, Stock Broker, will also have the kindnesi
to act lor me In this matter.
Office, Franklin street, between 7ih and 8th.
Richmond, April 36. ap26—tf
City of SL Louis, 6 per cent coupon*
N a. 134. 136, 13a to 14-2 inc usivei
issued 1854 due 1874, I'bmuix B.,nk,
New lork, 1-ebruury and August,
ten bond* of »l UUO each, $ io,000
City ot St. Louts, 6 per cent No* 46
to 49 inclusive, do.,-do., do., April
•nd October. 5 000
City of t*t. Louis, 6 per cent, Noe. 34,
25 418 M 425 inclusiv*. 480 to 413
inclusive, and 4S*7, principal dne
1874; coupon*, J»nu*ry and July; 16
City ot Memphis coupon 6 per cent,
Cbarleetou and Mempbi- railroad
p edge therefor, a os. 6b 1 663 666 to
673 inclusive; principal, in New
Y- rk. 1884, coupons, Junnary and
July; ten ot 81,000. 10,000
V rginia and Tennessee Railroad cou
pon 6 per cent, No . 168, 169, 338,
principal, due in New York 1872,
couo us, January aud July; 3 of
Virginia »nd Tennersee Rillroad do
du., Nos. 306 to 339 inclusive, 1,366
to 1371 inclusive; princ p 1, dne
1866. iuterest January and July; 40
of 8600 20,000
Virginia and Tennessee Rai'road do.
d>.. Nos. 101. 43oto 438 inclusive,
440 473,474,898,197,661, due in New
York, 1884; coupons, January and
July: 11 of $1 000. M OW)
Virginia South aide Railroad coupon,
6 pci oent,-Nos. 146. 147, 164 to 166,
l due 1870. In Petersburg; do. do.; 6 of
' 8 LOW). 6,000
Virginia Central Railroad coupon. 6 per
cent No*. 963 to 967 inclnaire; due
1881: 5 ol 11.000. 6,0W)
Virginia Central Railroad do. do.; dne
111884; Nos. 100 108, 381, 433, 4 of
Richmond and York River Railroad
coupon 8 tier cent; January and
July; dne In New York, 1877; Nos. 39,
42. 176 277 to384 inclusive; 310, 343.
344. 369, 360, 374. 380, 381. 19 of
• 10W) 19.000
Richmond and York River Railroad
cuupon 8 per cent; January and
July; principal. It. New York. 1877;
Nos 132; 147, 149 963 to 266 incln
sive; 368. 371 274 318 323, 333, 366,
369. 384 40 17 ol 11,UUO 17.000
Orange and Alexandria Kailroal con
pons 6 per rent; January and July;
principal, 1875. in New York: No*.
163 823.925, 227, 1 227, 1,631,1,633,
u . e a, rusi „ .uv,
Orange and Alexandria coupon 6 per
cent., May and November, principal
1866. New York; Noa. 43; 137, 244.
246,275 to 5 77 inclusive: 327, 433,
438—10 bond* of *51*' each, 5,mg
Orange at d Alexandria coupon 6 per
cent. January and July. 1876: pnn
cipal due it New York; Noa. 166, 277,
491,494— 4 bonda ol 1600 each.
Orange and Alexandria Railroad Noa.
| (K6 1.163. 1 468. 1.469 and 1626
principal dne in 1875; five Bonda of
1000 each, 6,000
Orange and Alexandria coupon 8 per
cent. May and November; principal
1873. New York, Now. 615, 617, 668,
674.743.829, 831 832,839, 844. 846,
866. 866. 867—14 bond* of 11.000. 14,000
Orange and Alexandria Railroad, dne
187m Now. 1,028, 1.162, 1 468,1,469
and 1.626; five of 1 000 etch, 6,000
Town of Lynchburg coupon 6 per
cent., Not. 227,238. 11, 13 to 19 in
elusive—'0 bond* o 61.000, 10,000
Eonthaide Railroad (guaranteed by Pe.
teirhurg) coupon 6 per cent.; Noa. 18
to 33 lnelaaive—6 bond* of H.OUO
Town of Petersburg coupon 6 per cent.;
No*. 54. 56 71 td 56, 76 inclusive,
and 79 and 8* —10 bonda of 61,000
Richmond «nd Petersburg Railroad 7
per cent, coupon; ‘ ow 113 to 132. in
clusive. and 17 to 183, Inclusive—15
bonds of 6600 each, 7AM)
There were also lost at the same time,
Va. and Central Railroad, guaranteed and
Richmond and York River Railroad, regis
ter il it, name of D. K. ci—14 of 1,000. 14,0(0
Ya. Central Railroad shares, (D. K. 8. and
Beside* hese bonds and papeis—of which pa,
ment will be stopiwd and a reuewnl demanded
—there was a package of bank nobs, issued
by various southern banks, an ounting to 11.530.
.should these have fa,leu into tue hands of any
honest person, ho will. on retaining the same,
receive m.v thanks and one-half the amount re
turned for his trouble.
J uN STEWART Brook Hill.
Office: Franklin, between 7th end 8th street*.
Reference—J. L. Bacon Urace street r>etw-en
5‘b s- d 6th afreets Richmond. ap 12— tMl
IlfWl M4.kV.lKh la ofle ed for the
vl ^ vvU recovery of the eonpon bonds
lis-e i below, and propo ti nately for any portion
thereof. They were enclosed with other papers,
in two glass jar*, anil were stolen In Ame'ii
connty on the day or night of the 23d of April
last, it is belie ed, by a n*grn boy aud two wo
men Tbe public ar- hereby wan ed agi lost trs
ding for the n as paym--1 wi I e tt > ped:
Two bonds of the’ (li sa,,e k* .id O ilo Canal
Companv m gi,< OU each, Noa. 089 250 In fav«r of
Wm D. B Ir.
Or t,»o b ud< of the htate of Virginia, for the
A ♦ at lk rka • saV. an/t Okin Cawwl r»n.
pan? 'os. 28* 2^0 in favor ol Wn«. 0. Blair.
1 welve bonds of t ie like 1 d fir 10 each. No
225, 228 to 23} inc us ve and 291 292.
live bond r uf the State of Wg nil of f 1,000
each No 2332 7075, 11 U7 11.366. 11,448.
Upon the ael.very of tne bonds to Lewis G
Hat vie. Esq., of Amelia c unty, or John P.
Bl -rr of the city of Richmond the abov > reward
wil be paid by JUDITH G. oLlIR.
my 8 2aw3w __
(jir A REW(RD.-Lovt on the 6th. in
5pi)v/ Pr-teisburg, or between Petersburg and
rue Half-Way Ho ise. a large black Wallet, con
taining pap rs of no value except to the owner.
Tne above reward will be paid on leaving it at
Jsrratt’s Hotel, Petersburg,
my He— 3t*_ GEOROE WEBB.
mE 4BMHM TIETT OF I.OltDM
'I'M) arrive per schooner eorge Washington,
1. to-day. a general assortment of Groceries.
Crocker} ware, Bioums, Buckets, Hay, Oa:a, Ac.
We came in part:
180 ba es fc ay,
2,700 tushels Corn and Oats,
6 crates Cr-rcke y nd Glassware,
100 sides Sole And Harness Leather,
4 cozen Ca f Skins
61 dozen Brooms -<n4 Backets.
30 nests Me ket Baskets and Tube,
60 erosv Matches,
Mboxes t in,
600 1 s. Bolder,
26 tubs prime Batter,
6 banels Leri Oil,
60 r oxes Tallow Candles,
6 b rrel Lardj
18 kegs Lcrd,
Together vih a general assortment of Pro
vis’ons. Groceries, Ac., in store, for sale at re
duced rate* b£IMBERLY NR0THER9,
No. 12 litbrtreet.
between Main nd Cary s reets,
my 10—3t »t W. B. Ratcliffs olds and.
THE Nl,'H*t'ltlUEKM having resum
ed their GROCERY METALAND COH
MISSION BUSINESS, at their old stand, on Four
teenth street, near the Exchange Hotel, offer their
ervicesfor the sale of all kinds-of Country Pro
dace. and expect in a short time to have on hand
a desirai le stock of GRO-JI RlES and M -.TaLS,
to which they invite the attention of their town
and country customers.
_my8-6t JOHN N. QORDON A SON.
When I was a Hitle boy.
'Era I had learned my book,
1 felt an Itch for angling
In every little brook.
I have Just race ved a very 'age a-so'tment
of every article for the sng era’ nse. *urh as Lim
erick. Virginia and Kirby FiBH HOOKS, Cotton
and Lineu LINEH, bINKERS. Ac.. Ac.
mylO—6t* Gnn Maker, 60 Main street.
BEBff^TOlBGK'EH.-IO bbU Snparior
Beef Toaguas in store and for isle by
myto—fft i»«. No. H Fifteenth at
PERSONAL..—Richard Rodd, boilerma
ker, who left Richm»nd, Va.. November,
1863. cau bear of liia w.lc and cbildreu by ad- I
dressing a letter for her to the care of
J. OHf.STEK MORRIS M. D.,
m’B—3w 1453 Spruce at, Philadelphia Pa.
IS POR.'IIATION WANTED.- |
'hould this meet the eye of any ot the
DOBYNs family, of I tppahannock, Essex county,
Virginia, or any friend knowing their wheiei*
bouta. they will re ieve much anx ety and confer
a favor by addressing iM*FDurFi.Y,
R. L. H. D tBYNS,
my8-6t* Little Rock, Ark. |
Dear i riemf —Lone no time in con
sulting lm. DAKBt',499 evenilia rrat,Wash
ington city. It will be cheaper than trilling with
FOR BALE-One pvr good Mules, Wa
gon and a rt ess.
One Horse, in fair order.
Apply to H. FITZGERALD,
6th street lietween Cl vend f.eigh ats.,
my 11— 3t* _Next to Dr. Little's.
IARWE AND V* HI VALLA*
j ULE Residence, on the >ortb*
west* corner of Grace and 7th
Nt recta, For kale.
Wears utbnrixed to tell the large and very
valnahle Res denee. located aa ahove f rmerly
occupied by Judge John A. M-reditv. and now
owned by Mrs. Southall. It contains sixteen
rooms heaidea large K teen. Carnage House.
Ac. The ai'n Uion is amongst the most deaba
ble in the city. Apply to
H ARRISON, UODDIN A APP RSON.
VERY YAI.U ABLE AND AT*
tractive Lola, nt the Non tie
eiint corner of Alain and Rth Sis.,
We are authorize* to tell the truly valuable Pro
perty, located as above, on which recentl- stood
thcLinwo d House. It has a front of — foet and
a depth of aoou' '60 feet o a wide alley. This
is J i tly rezarded as amongst the ost valuable
unimproved real estate In Richmond.
HARRISON, GODDIN A APPER«0N.
A BENI R A III.E Farm of 123
Acres of I.and, in tlie county
of Amelia, 3 I ‘A in lies from the
Court Houkp, for nule privately.
A desirab'e FARM, in the county ot Amela,
3 1-3 miles from tne Court lion c. and adjoining
the lands of Messrs. Page Dunn Tliog. J. Townes
a* d other-, containing 42- acres, of which about
130 acres are cl»ared well enclo ed with s good
fence, and seeded with a co of oata. corn and
vegetbles. Tlieie i- also a young o-chard of
two hnndred fruit tret a. [lie balance of ti e land
is in woods, mostly in original gr wth of oak
and nine. There hat been recently e ec‘ed on
t^efarm two buildings suitable for rapid n es.
and some outbuilding* W 11 also be so d pri
vately, and w th the farm if desired two good
Hor es, a lot of Hogg, Farming Ctensi'a Ac.
The owner of the above firm being nnahle,
from other engagement,, t attend to it. a bar
gain rarv be had. To any person wishing to en
gage in farming,a finr opportunity i« now offered.
The neighb rhood id one amongst the moat de
itrable in the county, being convenient to church,
schools and milts.
The land is now being worked by fonr good
field hands, whose services c n be procured if
desired. JAS. M. TAYLOR,
Real Estate Agent ant Auction-'r,
myll—4t_Marshall and Oth streets.^
FOK WALK.•—Several WAGON’S, among
them Gere is a two horse Spring wig on and
Harness, with good top to it. Also, two good
Gall immediately on the corner of 23il and N
streets, Union Hill. myll—31*
WATER TAAK8 FOK NAI.F..
Eight Water Tanks holding tioui twenty
to fifty barrel each suited to railroad purposes.
They were made of clear white pine, and in evrry
respect of the best material. They will be sold
low if immediate application by made to
myll—3 * 15th. be». Main and p»rv «ts.
Mont valiahle aviiakf
AND WAMt.liw'&E PROP Ri 1 AT
HO KETfp FOR SA LE.—The propeit is k own
us Rotator A P e^sauts' wharf and wareh ouse.
It fronts 302 1-2 it et on 1 este or Muin S rent,
and runs b >ck of the same wid.h, an verage
depth of 181 eet to the river upon ahleh the.e
arc substantial stone aud wooden wharves now
in good or er..
Water Street continued passer through the
properry at about halt t.,e distance bate eon Lt*
ter street and the river, thus giv.ng 3 trouts on
streets aud i on the river.
A fire proot warehouse 60x80 ieet, 4 stories
high, a floras storage for toe present au 1 the re
mainder of the gouud may be built upon at oc
1 he depth of wan r is greater than at any other
wharves in the city, Hnd the largest shipping
that comes to this port must receive aud dis
It is confidently believed that with the im
mense shipping which will at no ..1st ant day
crowd the river aud t e peculiar advantages
possessed by this property over any other of a
81ml ar chart, ter here, this is the most desira
ble in vestment that has been or can well be of
fered iu the city.
GRUBBS A WILLIAMS,
my9— lw Rest Kst its Brokers.
FKAMED KL1LD1YG8 FuK S.sLE.
We ofitr lor sale the lo.lowing trained
Buildings to wit
Une house SO by 00 feet, tw nty ooms.
Do 30 by UK) feet, oce l«ige ro„m.
Do 30 by 80 ,ect.
These bui dings are on J lines river, 12 mile*
from the city; they are of g od materi. 1, and
ran be eaaiL taken down and transported by the
canal to Richmond.
The attenion of builders Is requested to this
opportunity for procuring a large qn ntity of
lumber, framts, Ac., at a low price.
Ap ly to GRUBBa A WILL AMS.
HA.sD PRINTING PRE-fis fOR SALE—
Platen 22 1-4 by 32 12 with or without
••.It.inkinir annaratua: is in pond nonditinn and
will be sold cheep
Apply at the Whig Job Office. ap24
WANTED—To hire, a good Cook, Wa«b
or aud Ironer, and a Girl to name a chi d.
White ones p eferred. To th ee ihat come well
recommended a g od home and good wages will
be given. Apply at 193 Broad st eel. corner of
Fifth. THUS. Y. CATLETT,
WANTED TO KENT-Two Room*
veil lighted for Engineer Office and
Draughting Room Apply to nvt. ''rig. Oen’l
Michie Chief Engineer, Deparlraent Va , Cnstom
Houae building._a y 11—2t
WANTED TO III It E—An loncat fe
male House Servant. applvto
myl 1—3t Corner of 6:k and Grace sts.
1LTER! XIEVER I—WATCHES
aND DIaMON >8.—Wanted to pore ase
10(S) onnees of silver, in ima I and large
sm its. Also, some g od god and silver
Watches. Diamonds, etc. Persons having sur
plus sdver may find it to their advan age to call
at the Watch and Jewelry estabiU inent on 14,h
street, onp site Exchange Hoiel, next door be
low the News Depot and Book Store,
myl 1—<llw*_A. T, PEEBLES.
SIN GOOD Cl.EKU*. Enlisted
.Hen of regiments serving in the Depart
ment of Virginia, can obtain si nations by mak
ing written applications, et doraed by their f 'ora
puny Commanders, to Headquarters Military
Division of the James.
WAN TED.—A colored female cook and a
colored male waiter Apply at TreLhoIm
Honae. corner of Clay and 11th streets.
BO A RDINCJ.—Genteel Bording, with
pleasant ro- ms. both permanent and tran
sient, on 6th Street, second hcu«-e from Clay,
“Sublett's Row,” formerly occupied by Misa
Yerty «s a boarding house.
roylQ—lw_Mrs. WM. A. WRIGHT.
BOARDIN'!..—A few gentlemen will be
received as Day-Boarkers in a private fam
ily residing on 4th Street, between Broad and
Marshal Streets, first dwelling house north of
Broad Street, east aids.mv9—eod3t*
—fob rent. _
FOR RENT.—F've Unfinished Rocms
on 2d and 3d floor, in a pDssantly situa'ed
neighvo.bo d. with the urn ot kitchen. Also,
attends ce ot servant. Apply on aooth side of
Msrahall, between 6ih and 6th, «th do rfro-n
Sl'PEBIOR E.smlly nod Bilkers’
FLO K—‘26 barrel! aborted gra e- .
To arrive this day, per aehr. Oeo. Waabington.
For sale low by HJ|MBLY PB0THERS.
•y 10—M Ne. 12, Flft*#th street.
Wm. B Isaacs, Wm, 0 Tatlob, 3no C Williams
WM. B. ISAACS & CO.,
Barnker*, Broken* and Dealer* Iss
Corner of Main and Mth streets.
THE repairs to their office having been com
pleted. they have resnmed business in all
The highest maiket price paid for Coin and
r the accommodation of the community,
they wi I. nntil the Banks gtt into operation,
receive deposits. mayl-lm
E. & S ttWlIAM & 0)7
GROCERS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
IRON AND SI EEL.
Attend particularly to the sale of Leaf and Ma
nufactured Tobacco, Wbeat, Corn. Flour, Ac. !
Conaurnmeuu solicited Iromonr friends and the
Edwin Wobtiam. bamcel Wobtqam.
~YILLARD & 10.,
BANKERS A EXCHANGE BROKERS,
136 Broad atraet, Richmond.
AIDED AND NILVCR
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Bight Drafts aold on New York, Philadelphia
Collections made in any part of the United
POWHATAN n emCER,
No 207, Broad St. bet- 4th and 6th SU
FORMERLY OCCUPIED RY R. MOORE,
HAvlN'U rescued from the lat- fire a few
HAT,i, he offers to his Mends and public
generally hi* stock at reduced prices. As soon
as the times will admit, lie hones to be ab e to
increase hi* stock, with all of the latest and most
MARTIN & CARDOZO.
HAVE resumed their Commission Business
inthe Stone Warehouse. Basin Bank, cor
ner 8th tnd Cary streets, where the will be
pleased to see their triends and acquaintances.
As heretofore their best attention will be g.v
en to the sale of MANUPACTUBE , LEAF
AND SMOKING TOBACCO. WHEAT. FLOUR,
CORN, BACON, LaBD, HAY. LUMBER, WuuD
ami allkiuds of Country Produce—consignments
of which are respectfully requested. my3—2w
N. M LEE,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
at old stand on franklin street.
Between 14th A 16th, Richmond, Va.
WILL give special attention to tha Sale
of Produce, Merchandise,
anti Properly of every detrrip.
(Ion. privately or poblicly, on Commission,
and solicits consignments generally, lap 96—lm
ROPER & MURRAY7
T J ndertakers,
BEQ leave to inform their Iriendi and the
public that they have resumed business
at the corner of 13tn and Franklin streets, in
ie«r of the Sentinel office. myl—lm
AUCTION AND COMMISSION HOUSE"
r pHE undersigned, under the firm and name
X ot SPuTlS A GIBSON, oiler their services
ior the sale of GOODS and (PRODUCE.
Theyhavs taken the bous-i(N<. 10, 16th St.)
forme'iy occupied by Wm. Bial. and solicit run
sigunnuts. 'lliey have aecnred the seiviresof
Jesse T. Hutcheson, who,e long experience in
the Tobacco Business is a guaranty to consignoia
of that article.
JNO. G. SPUTTS,
(Formerly of Spotta A Harvey)
NAILS, GLASS, IKO.tr, Ac., Ac.,
Selling at New York prices.
DICKINSON A ELVANS,
17 Marxe- tquare,
ap IT—lmNorfolk, Va.
WM E- BURTON.
AUCTION A COM MIS .ION MERCHANTS
No. ft Main street,
Four doors above the Old Market.
Til Ai subscriber, baring secured the large I
warehoust locatod u abave, propose*
opening the AUCTION AND COMMISSION
BUSINESS, and solicits consignments of all
kinds of Merchandise and Produce, either toi pub
lic or private sale.
Messrs. Tabdt A Williams, so long and
favorabl} known to the trade of Virginia North
Carolina and Tenneeaee, w it superintend the
conduct of the bas.nets. I etter* addressed to
them or myself will be promptly attended to.—
Goods, Tobacco, Ac., purchased on commission.
Storage taken on moderate terms.
Sales room for rentap!7—lm
~SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!!!
AT TDK OLD 8TAND OF CBtLEi t CHBMIIT,
Corner of llroad aid 6th Btreeis,
JU*T RECEDED A SUPERIOR ASSORT
Amongst which may be found—
i aisT^vm* tk'a'iui.'R dai win at q eo kh
per pu r.
LI Ik ' LaSTiNG GAITER9, *2 50 per
LADIr.S' FANCY TIPPED GOAT BALMO
LADIES’ fancy congress gaiters,
MISSES fANCl CONGRESS GAITERS
MISSES FAN'Ck MOROCCO BALMORALS,
CHILDREN'S FANCY BALMORALS.
CHILDREN'S FANCY CONGRESS GAI
1 EkS, with Buckle*
CHILDREN’S MOROCCO AND KID SHOES.
For sale wholesale sod retail by
ra v 11—4t W. R. POLK.
~ LIST OF TOOLS
ON HAND FOR SALE.
THE I ndemigaed Is prepared
to furnish at Manufacturer's prices, its
ti• • naiy engines and Machinist tools of every de
He has now on hand the following
1-20 H. P. stationary engine,
I engine screw lathe 13 ft. bed, 30 in. swing,
2 •’ “ ’* 10 “ •• 16“
1 “ “ “ » “ “ 16 “ “
1 u » ” 6 “ “ 16 “ ’•
1 Hand lath* 13 “ “ au “ “
1 ” 8 “ •' 16 "
2 “ •’ 7 “ •* 16 “
1 » “ 4 l it “ 10 “ “
1 Wood “ 13 ft. ’• 90 ••
2 Chucking 8 •* “ 46 “ “
, 1 No. 2 upright Drill,
4 Milling Machines.
4 Iron planers 90 “ bv 90 “ by 6 ft.
3 Combined Punch A Shears,
1 Large size trip hammer,
1 “ - tenuning mschina
1 medium size “ “
3 Spiking saw tables,
1 Cut off “ “
3 Li ne k Bodleys Hnb. Mortising Machines.
1 Wood planer 12 ft. by 34 in.
1 Circular Saw Mill,
1 Veneer, *• “
Consignments for Naw York solicited, npon
which liberal advances will be made.
C. R. HODGES.
To be found at present at Mrs. Conrtney's
boaiding house, corner above the Bpotawood.
THE GREATCIIINENE REME
DY f r diseases of a private nature; put np
in boxes in lozenger form, has no bad odor, or
bad t»ste esn be carried in the vest pocket with
perfect safely and Is a sure core to' di»* **' °|
a private us tore. From oust three boxes *111
perf rm a cn e. Price $1 a box or thr e boxes
foi* 3 60. Sold by ad f rugglsu, or sent by mall
to any address, on rereipt^oMbe ao^ey, by r
myll-3m 40>Ch-stoutst PhiladeUhi*.
POKE, COAL AND WOOD—Ws
V-/ are now prep red to furs'sh our customer*,
the old customers of boot A Gardner, and the
pnbllo generally wlGi Coke, Coal and Wood at
our yard on tue Bssia
myll—9t* WOT * MAR VETS,
INKS. PETIC<’L %S*'l HON AS
Here associated themi'lves with n view to the
general piactlee of
SITROEKT AND MEDICINE.
rj“OtEce coTner of Broad and 2 i street*.
A. E. PKTIGOL 8. residence Cerlton H'liae,
Uth st, betw.en Broad and Marshall.
H. L. THoMAK. Be»ideuce at Office,
ray G-cod'd w
DM. « ARNETT, fortnerlj of Wa*h
ington. D. (’., has reanraed the practice
of his profession in this city. Residence for the
present corner Grace and 1st streets
K. J. I*. BROCK reap«ctftolljr
Oder* lii* professional services to the citizens
of Richmond. His office for the preaent. fa at
liis residence, on 4tn street between Carr end
Canal. ap27— la
DIG JOHN MAHONY,
NUROEON OB *T1»T.
(Foimerlyof the firm of Wayt A Mahony.)
WOULD retuectfully inform hit old patients.
and ail other* who may Bead his eervl .
ce* that. In consequence of tne detraction of
hi* office by the great Are he has opened nn of
fice at hi* residence on Fourth atreet. between
Broad and Marthwll, where he may bo found at I
all hnun. 1 H
Has openr 1 an office on broad street between
9th and Otfc where he i« prepared to watt upon
ni> former friend* and the public generally.
T. P. A. MIBB,
attorney at law,
Office Nonthcnst cerarrefSd and
1 Hon. Jame* Speed, Attorney General tjnltod
States. Washington D. C. • ;
Crittenden A McKinley, No. 37 Broad Street,
Edward Waller, N. Y. •
James Worthington, Esq.. Cincinnati, Ohio.
il«n. Jsmea Guthrie, Louisville, Ky.
Boling Haxall. Esq., Etchinond, Va.
CHAN. A. RONE,
Attorney ml Law,
EpOffire for the present at reiidenee, corner
of Franklin and Adams Street*, PoetoSIre bo*
~ j7l*. C. DANNER,
ATTORN KY AT LAW.
Ornci—In Law Building on Franklin street, *' i
near whig umc*.__ *p>*- im i
T.P. AUGUST, H
ATTORNEY AT LAW* \
tTUmci-On Soulhaide of Franklin, in lb*
basement of tenement; three doore from Seventh
C. G. GRISWOLD, 1
ATTORNEY AT LAW, |
ROSS ST. NEXT DOOR TO RICHMOND HOUSE.
Daring the inapeneion of the Court*, will attend
to all kinds of office bueineee—giving legal ad
vice conveyancing, and all other legal writ
ten and coliuga— electing claim*. I
Richmond, April 19th. 1866. ap 19— eodlm .
4. l YHMOlM AJ.L (MUThT'^H
Architects and Civil EaglMtn,
HAVING mteoclated ounelraa for the prac
lice of on i piofesalou in this city, resped
tollytender our service* to the public.
Richmond, April 94, 1864.
Q-Mr. I.YBROCK la now on hi* way North
to mine arrangement* for the bneinee* of the
firm and will a,enr* every Improvement In
Architecture or Construction which has been ’ I
intioduced the last four year*, aud will return A
in about ten day*. ’
Meanwhile M . SMITH may be found at the . * |
tVbig office, where he will be baopy to confer
with those ieiiring the services of the Arm.
GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
(AT THEIK OLD STAND,)
CotMin Fbahklim and Govbbmo* Htbuts,
Respectfully ask a continu itfon if that pa
ttronage ao liberally beitowed heretofore, and
pioaiiie for the fature a guarantee of the pa*t,
quick sale* and prompt return*
ws orria roa sals
Sngar, Cotton Yarn*,
Code*, Cotton Domestic,
H •!»« and Shonidere, Candle*,
Vinegar, Pepper and Spice,
Soda, Yeast Powders,
Potatoes, Dried Fruit,
Corn, Green and Black Tea -- ■<
Salt, Egg*. , ™
Mackerel. Br torn* and Buckets.
J. 8. ROBERTSON,
T. W. GARRETT,
ap96—lm H. D. BURROSa
ap uia lU/tirn
va wav iiava' a/«
U. S. DEPOSITORY and FINANCIAL AGENT
U. S. CUSTOM HOUSE, j
Entrance Bank NtreoL i
Richmond, Va., May 1U, |R,
Ibis Hank la now prepared to reoeire deposits J
—buy i-nd tell exchange, and make advances on I
ap, roved ircnr.tie* 1
L. W ROSE, H. 0. FANT, 1
_Caahier. fmyll—St] P,—Mtnt I
J. If. ALLEN & CO, |1
dialibi in I
Ntockn, Bonds, Cain. Ac. fl|
Under Spottawood Hotal,
2d. Door from Corner of 8tb St.
THE I’aderalgned having re.
anmed buii e a, for tbe preaent, at the above
location tender thsir aervicea to thsii former pa- m
Irons .nd the public for tbe parebaae and aale *f n
Government, 'tats and other Hecnritiea. the ne
gotiation of Loan* and the collection of draft* ™
checks. Ac., on all accessible point*
Hank Notes and Coin bonght and sold at beet
mar-et rates J. R. ALLEN.
myS-10t JOa BBUMMEL.
ARN1.1 CORPS BADGES,
.Ifnnoalc Emblem*, Bad Fine
ENGRAVING AND SILVER-PLATING
in all its branches.
The above article* can be manufactnred bare. *
and for sale, the aatne prices, as can be had at
Addreea F. LA’BABRE.
No 3. Wall at., under the St. ('h*rle* How)
_ RIchmonATe., fc
WM. B. ELLISON.’ GEO. H. RICHARDS. J
ELLISON & RICHARDS,
AUCTION AND OOMmaaiON merchants, 1
Corner Main and »tk fttreels. j
Richmond, Ya., |
ARE prepared to receive and mIL to the kw
poaaible advantage, either at **
AUCTION OR PRIVATELY, 1
Consignments, by cargo or otherwise of A
MEBCHAND.Zfi OP EVERY DESCRIPTION. m
i/ REFERENCES t 1
Pea ra. Wm. B. Jon** A Co., ) 1
Meeara. Rcai'eoK, Adam* A Co. I I
JO*. BaCMMCL. EbQ., ’ 1 ' I
JuHN B. Davis, r*f, /
Massr* BAcaHMAK * Ricmabm
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