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“THE UNION, THE CONSTITUTION, AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS”
VOlTT NO. 35. RICHMOND, VA.. SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 13, 1865. PRICE: FIVE CENTS.
RICHMOND \Y 111(..
I EKMS
P cymenr Btqi iked in Advance.
i'.T'.ins desiring lo -ul • ril e to the RICHMOND
W ui<> c*u do so upon Ike follow ing terms
. . ... . .$19.00
Jmx month* . f.lld
Ihtee tu.mth- . 00
thepnM U at the
rate ol i” i ye »r or its proportion tor a shorter
period tor postage.
Ai-n*kt:sksi«nt.»
>. II le nude at the t rte h!>MISTT KVE CENTS
per »':oare ot t ; *, lines in space, sud tor sack
' sfc beyoud the someoi c uo squaie, ten rents
Additional. Fc. le*s than E*?ht lines m spaee,
the same as one square will b* charged.
Mott e » tieli. , . Meetings, of Funerals,
Mstiiages and I'e it s kitty cantj a square.
The above will the tegular charge* tor al*
At»r Kari-si man r- and >i esctirTtoNs to th:*
:^per until turtle - not:
Al! advertise’ *at. me t l e tv,irked lor a spe, i
tied time.
Cash wilt W cur ten - ta.lw. *U»II endeavor
to mat* our ;>ri. - . o ‘ oorablv with any
pap.*r in the c >ion.
Pkice ok .-t.v.i k • oi-\ 1 ■ cuts. News Agent a
i d Boys will 1 ,r. ed »•> U>0 i opiee
Ad tetter* i»u bu*iue• • -eat to this odtee should
I, ad ressed to the i'K ■ .ilKroK m nit Wmu
All other cotnmuuicat. n *1: .uld t»>‘ adJie"ed lo
the Editor
^11 communications sc-nt »this t 1 e must he
accompanied by r_ rl urine and add.e*s of the
wider, or they will not be co iipTem*.
All personai eomwuin.ev.ou* xt.11 be eirarged
lor, tue * true as advert: .meals aud must t*.* a
, ooipan ed with Use tu uey t * iii’u e the i in
sertion.
Roaiiitau.es shot-id I- - it by Exi aisSevp. u
ses t All’ “i. if '.'lit I . : ’.i at fie* lek .,t those
■e’ldiug the same
Sitiru. Bbakh ui .\ ('«»., N-*. al 1 esrl street,
are the authorized agents in Se* Yorkcity to
s e ve nd colle t tor advertisement* uu.l suli
»,-r ptiou* for the \t’Hl*».
M W tOKn tlHHRllNt tp tv
FIKK INM1-W«l .
SMITH. BRA.'lllALI. 4- CO.,
NEW YORK.
INSI'KaNCE effected on buddings nd m.
•handi*** in the i >y of Hi hntoud. Persons
w shing insurance will please foi ward a descrip
l n< i th** build ng to i-o insured or containing
the property on which ittsurau,-. i . desired, aud a
d igram showing the situation ol contiguous
tm..Jng» affecting the risk.
Application! wiltle t.mediately attended to
and m*ui ince att'i ted iu tl e most tenable om
I-antes.
Address S.. P. A < **.
No. .7 Pearl '’.reel. New York.
kiukkn. k is kuhm«m>.
Wo, It a Smith ProprO-or R haioud Whiir.
myl—Ini__
HOWL S PREMIUM
STANDARD SCALE-*.
IN CRNERAl. USE BN THE i . - ROVERS
MKNT.
"ilder'i r*-eut "alamaade- Safer.
’ujersoU's Haj ani(’ott<>n Press.
Every Scale. -ife and Pn—> " arranteJ
s*ad'for P; •• 1 > ^'aiogae and Price Lju.
r^AgeMs * Med
^'*P».r.
apl5-€m New York.
GREENE A GLADDING.
«a t’ourllanUt Street. New 1 orl%.
IMPORTERS OF
WIYF..1*, LHtl ORS % AIM 14.1KM.
apiJ—ltn__
m.leyy.
IIU Warren Street, ^ew 1 orU.
MANUFACTURER OF
W1TES Ol' I I. KIM Da,
Warranted to keep iu all climates.
No order-* rece.ve.l *. r less then three 1*4
' ^Credit tlx months f,.r sat Urtory notes.
If goods do not give satlslact.on will Betaken
back free ol all exi*enso-.
1 solicit the trade of mv old customers.
apI5—3m _______________
ni.KRITT a W ILtOTT,
«I4 4'ourtlaml St.. .Mow M ork.
OENEBAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Manufacturers of r.nJ dealers in
,11! UIntU of Machinerj’,
railroad steamship andteleoraph
SUPPLIES,
BOLTS, Nl TS, WASHERS, A*'. s*\
_ap2Q—1m _
FOWLE & CO.,
iO’IIISSIU.l '{LliklMAllS.
II SOUTH WILLIAM STREET,
st:w VORK.
ap'iC—6m__ _
HENRY & JNO. I’ARET. JR.
FINE AND MEDIUM
C L O T H I N G,
AT WHOLESALE.
.7.1 ('humbers Mir«*«-l.
Adjoining Stewart *,
MEW !% »«k.
Wusos C Hi r / ... . ,, .
tir.nKOE Orovki:. > • F artner? M,l7_lm
.1 V.MKS \VTL1 >K..li\«fc Co
msrr ti Tr*KR-> an® .iokbkb* ok
e l o r ii i N<i .
&.1 A .77 H tilto Slreel.
l ira* Stcre we*t of Broadway,
MEW’-YORK.
Jah Wii.br. Jr. JobnB.Wii.dk. Jos.Wii.dk.
apl&tf
c i.n t ht n <r
For the Southern Trade5
KJRTLAND, HRoWNSON X Cn„
45 and 47. [Chambers Street | 15 and 17,
NEW YORK
Have in store a larpe assortment of
KL lin MADIM I OTIIIX.,
Well adapted to the wants of the South.
Very low price wiil •• made to all that I'aror
R- with their order*.
Thuae via it In* oui market will find Kreat in*
*lu eEent. at 16 and 4". [Chambers Street] 45
and 47.
J*pl7—1m_
FUNSTON & SCHOFIELD,
OKNFRU. A'iENTS FOK
un i iendahls excelsior fireworks
IMPORTKRS OF
CHINESE FIRE CRACKERS,
M AMI FA' irRF.R* Ot
L A N 7 ER N S, FLAG S, X c.,
t* Ihcy Mi..
Rear Broadway [my2—‘itni New Yotk.
HEW YORK, IPYKKTISEHTTS
J. H. WINSLOW & Ctt
Tl!« URKAThSi'
OPPORTUNITY EVER OPFBKKO TO SECURE
HOOD JEWEL!.! U' I.O'.V PRICKS.
100,000
Watches, Chains, Ms «./ ./, i-e.Vy, (iF,, -,
Hracrlets, Lockttx, I'. ily.v, (iV.-tf ■
>?erre Buttons, St ,.i. , ,fc..
WORTH Sr>oo.OoO.
To he -old lot Oar lloll.tr en.-h without
tegard to value, and not to be paid for until
you know what v> u are to yet.
"end So cents tot a <'ertilicate which will in
lotui you v. hat you can have for jl and at the
asm* time yet ’our Circular containing fnll list
and particular; also term* to Ayeut*. which we
want in every regiment and tow n in the country.
.1 II.MIAMAMl .V to.,
myttt— t*t SMS Broadway. New York.
lAITtD STATES STEEL IMIA
MANUFACTORY.
(Works Camden. N.J.
R. ESTER BROOK \ CO..
MANUFACTURERS OF
r t E f: l p f: n r .
n IKEIIOI M *>.
403 Al-ch SI., IMiilatlt-lphin.
43 Juhn SI., >rw Y ork.
Samples and price* on applieatic:
»pt6—eod3m
•IF.4114(1 AHTIRS POM IKtll, |
>111 A1IMI1SOM4 II1IIUES. j
It. <r. Ill YU 1 li|»,
r*4!«* llroadMiiy, Acti York.
Oil the opp.' t..
side • I tin- .MeU.st
.sit I'llie l.ikeneas
•v Hen. Crant I
wdl -end H smtuple
• d thi- Medal ailb
out the T.ip Rai,
made of Cure Coin
Silver with your
V >t tii e. Regiment
and Company
handsomely e n
-raved tfcoie>n tor
I
Ylso, I have all
the NEW cOKR"
BAOllE" ol t lie
Army ready. Fw.lt
send a sample, with
your Name Regi
ment uud c oiuywuy handsomely cngnve.ltbero
ou.oa the receipt ot Jl 6(1 vtid toi ;j. !
Will Mild a ytltuine It. karat Hold Enameled
lorpN Kiuk' tor either t ori**
badge* of every description in i !•• ot.: r.
I waut an Ageut in every Regiment Hospital
and i>eparuarut ol the Atiuy and N ivy. to
whom espe ial inducements are ntl*-t•-<! fn-ud
tor wholesale illustrated T r.-ulai
It. X. 18 a N At iKII.
tliinuliiclnring .!«• w cllcr,
apll—TuTh.X Sat 13t *JV* Broadway, N V
CARTER. KIKTLAAO A t O..
MAXUFACTU RF.RS .AXI) JOBBERS OF
CLOTIIKvi,
ai» ’»«"* T »rU'
i Offer* to flrat elana buyers a large and very Com
plete stock of
Spring and Summer tlolliin;;,
OF ALL GRADED.
Embra-mg Fine.Medium, and Low-Priced G od-.
Having made extensive purchase* at the low
price* now prevailing, we are in a position to
supply our customers upon the nn>~t favorable
and advantageous term.-.
JOBBERS MERCHANT TAILOR* AND
DEALERS GENERALLY will littJ it t<* tlv'r
advantage to cal! andi xatnine oui *to U before
purchasing.
Particular attention paid to tin
execution ot ordi-r-.
SAMUEL CARTER. \VM. II. K1RTI \ND,
JOHN ROSE CH.AS. R. I'ETT.
JOHN H. WELTS, Special.
aplT—eod-m
> 4) AA READA :
rpHK internal revenue LAW*.
JL A. t approved vUite 30 1SC4. a-< amended,
and the Act amendatory thereof, approved
March 3 ISOi. » ith
COPIOUS MARGINAL REFERENCES.
V COMPLETE ANALYlli VI. INDEX.
AND TABLES OF TAXATION,
Compiled liv
HORACE DRESSER.
tine volume s vo Paper o*' ecat^ .'loth cl.
D. APPLETON A OH. Pu' .-her*
Nos. 413 and 445 Broadway.
Sent by mail free on receipt ot price,
apll—eodbtn__
| | N X I* l •* 1- » * I* I »■
*’ THE LIVES OF
Lieiii.uen. * .
yiaj. cion. Win, T. Slionnun,
>laj. Clou- IMul. II. SI«* ri*lHH,
AXl> OF
Hrcsidnit Lincoln.
Retail 20 cents. Trade »12.:0 per on* hundred.
T. K. PAW LEV. IMbUsher.^
my h—eod4t 13 I’ark How, N. \.
CONKLIN & MILLER,
M inn f usurer* aud Wholewl<? P*»alt*ri in
C L O T H I N G ,
>»«. ion A 102 Itcudchl.,
H . L. . onkliv. ( Ki:\V YARIL
THKO. J. MII.I.KK. )
my& -1 tn
.1 IS. « . Il ll IUSI».
FORWARDING A COMMISSION MERCHANT.
II Ciui- Slrerl, >i‘w \ oi-U.
(lALl.INt; your attention to t'a* boi* 1
j would solicit your oonsig i nput- and offer
you my services iu purchasing and shipping ill
orders you may lav or iue with.
I will attend to the parch -e o! Lumber,
Lime. Rooting Slates end all Bnilding Materials
Rcfkkesck.—James Milwood, Spotsvrood
House, Richmond. m\9--‘2w
ljsAAi:i.OFi:«i AID NOTTIS **A
jFj l*ER.—Envelope* by single thousand huI
note paper by the ream at wholesale prices,
„.u! tiy mail, postpaid, on receipt o I thepiii-.
1000 Bn It letter euv,-topes extra thick ib,MI
Goo while note envelO|<es, double thick 0
One ream s upet thick note paper
On* box (iob) new style Magenta envelope ‘2."0
Healers wishing a supply would d-> well to
write us for samples aud prices.
< BASKINS A CO.. Stationer* and Enve
lope Manufacturers, 3b Bejkmau street, N. 1.
my 10—bin
DATCUELVM'N IIAIK tt¥K!
X> The Original atd Best in the World.
The only true und pet feet Hair Rye. Harmless.
Reliable and lust* .taceous Produces immedi
ately a splendiu Blark or natural Brown without
injuring the 1 air or skin. Retncd.es th* ill el
ects of bad dll's.
Sold bv ad Rruggiets. Tlic genuine -< signed
WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR,
ap31—3m si Barclay at.. New York.
Northern ice.-wc have now »
_ cargo in our lee House on Cars, between
lath nnd 9tii street*. Orders left at our I< e
House will be proniptlv attended to.
myl'2—3t B V. tRDWELL&CO.
1*1111,1. ADVERTISEMENTS.
Will I'MGLASS WOKKS.
<■1.ASSIIORO. N. .1..
Established iu 17',.
WHITNEY HllOTI 1ERP.
No. IIS Wai.N1 rSTKKKT, I,!!ll.Al>*U'im
Manufacturers of
Vials, liollles, .IsirN, Ikomliolm*.,
Carboys, cie.
ALSO :
WINDOW. PICTURE, COACH AND DOUBLE
THICK SHEET GLASS.
7 jr Eve*y variety and shade of color made and
ctu to order. _Bjli—Im.
DRY GOODS
FOR WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE.
NEW GOODSFNEWTiRCES
Cl R1VEV.STODOART Jc CltO.
Are in dally iccsipt of seasonable
dry goods
From the New Vorfc and Philadelphia
|*A A 1C AI CTION SALES.
buck Dress Silks
Fancy Pres* Silks,
spring and Summer Dress Goods
Mouseiine De l.a ues,
black an.1 Colored Alpacas!
Shawls, Cloaks,
Goods ft r Meu and Boys.Wear
M. ir:itng Goods.
Furnishing goods
Table Ciaei.s.
Counterpanes
Blankets, Ac., Ac..
Donnell' Gouda
Sh-etiiig and Shining
Muslins, t'alt oes end Gingn.iuis.itc., Ac.
Oui large and vailed tunic enables to pu:
cha e any description of Goods *Li b tuvsi-r.
U • J at unction and renders onr establishment
one of be in >at popular In Philaceiphia lor lau -
ily ctistoa.
To pros, ute an active trade, we sell all kinds
of goods at a small advance on auction pi ices.
CL GWEN Si ODD ART A DUO.
450, 463 and 451 Sort u !3d
aplS-dim PHILADELPHIA. PA.
Sl'l AIMW PKTKRSON.
PHIT,ADEIoPHIA, Pa ,
Mannfacturt rs ol
K N A M F. 1. 1. K D, TINNED AND P L A 1 N
Hollow\v aro*
Also, x variety of other urlbces suitable for the
HARDWARE iRADR
COOKING, PARLOR AND HEATING
s t o \ r s,
of the most improved patterns
A 1. II' A 1 8 V N U A M P .
a p 17—Sic
[SPECIAL NOTICE.]
■rJtf ,-v; m1- ,
t.v •’orn.trc t’f.rt! Mtiltf fv\YDEH. Ash
or send lor Uphaui's Depilut rv Powder,'' and
take no other. Pries II. Mailed to any address
tor it do, by
•S C. UP HAM.
A South Eighth utree! Pniiadelphia, Pa.
[SPECIAL NOTICE.)
jj” I'rrcklea] Tnu anti Pimples
removed at onoe. bv the use of • CPU AM’S
- i.LCKLK, TAN ahe PIMPLE HANISilEI!."—
pn -e oti cents. Mailed to anv address lor 75
cents, by S C. I PH AM,
do South Eighth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
[SPECIAL NOTICE.]
j;* Th«* Japanese Bluir Stain
e.,; ,-a tiie Hair, Whiskers and Moustache a
i •• lut.tul black or brown. It cous.sts of only
one preparation. Color will not fade or wash
out. Onlv on cents a box. Mailed tf any ad
drena for 76 cent*, by s. ft. UPHAM,
do South Eighth street. Philadelphia. Pa.
apl7- ImMou.ThaASut
TISlIWAMi.
rpni: it t iiiii si: uciii:.
1_ Dl’ t‘,r diseates «I a plicate nature . put up
in t„,ves in lozrnger form. Inn n> fad • dor «u
»rnd t ,sto can be carried in the vest pocket with
perfect safety and is u sure cure for dia- ,-es of
i private nature. Prom ot e t • three boxes will
peri tin a cu’e. Price il a bov orthr e boxes
l„ij d 60. Sold by a.I druggists or sc-nt by mail
t > anv address on receipt >>' tin niouev. bv
JOHN J. KUOMER.
m y ii-um •«*:; Chestnut st., Philadelphia.
Dii. itA AiEN N«»«:r*Fir.-The.,id
< O and most relial>le medicine for the cure
of Spormatoel.u a. Semina! Weakness, Loss ot
power, Ac. This medicine lias stood the t -r
of over thirty years and has always proved u
succors
Dr. Land's Specific* is exhibited m tbe form
of pills, made up entirely of substances that
have it specific etiect upon the geneiative oi
,i,n« Most poisons associate the idea of opera
tion, upon the bowtN from lakiogany Kind oi
pills. The Specific of Dr. Hand is not intended
ms mu evacuating medicine, its medicinal vir
tue, are expended entirely upon the impaired re
.-nerutive organs. The pills are not unpleasant
to the taste, and many persons masticate tlietn
with impnnitv liefore swallowing them, wln li
plan we would alway- recommend, as atferdiug
t h.* speediest wav to get the effect of the remedy.
price il per box, or six boxes for im Sold iiy
Dt tig gists every where. JOHN J. KRO.MER,
Wholesale Agent, 4UJ Chestnut Street,
my 2—3iu Philadelphia, Pa.
DICI \Ki:»IS>i 4 1 Him. -The
inebriate may now ldd defiance to the tempj
ting cup). Dr. Zone's antidote for strong drink
is a certain cure for drunkenness. It creates a
dislike for strong drink, and can be administered
without the knowledge of the patient.
Inscriptive circulars sent to any addres-. for
sale by all respectable druggists in the H it. d
States and Cailtidua. Price si per box, or pack
act-, of six boxes tor
jyllN J. KP.OMER
Wholesale Agent, 410 Che-tnut Sheet
my ■ -Snt 1*1)iladelpht a t a.
KBOMEB'N II % 151 D11:. 111.
CENT - A BOX.—Boxes larger than dyes
tnat sell for II. Natural, durable, beautiful.—
Wmnted to please. This article has been tho
rom-hiv test. J by Dr. I'hilti n oi N. w Yolk and
Professors Booth and (larrctt of Phi:adolphia,
who pronoun, e it free from all poison, us in
gredients, ami the material coin posing it will
not injure the most delicate hair, bold by
drn.'gists and fant y good- dealer, oteiyw here.
K 1 JOHN J. KIRJMKK,
Pole Proprietor, 4c3 Clie,tnut Street
my 2 -3m_Philadelphia Pa.
m:\\ cheek company.
THE aunnal meeting of the st .c.kholdcis of
litis cempnny will take place on MONDAY
the 8th dar oi May, uext; at 12 o’clock, noon, at
this office, No. 311. Walnut street. Philadelphia,
where an election will beheld tor live managers
r'T "“stani.v cl hvlton,
Pim.*Mn.rHT*, April 10. 18C6. Secretary.
aprlS—tin
HOT1CR to the pujbli
ryOlliiRT i.i Ml‘«n>»’ HOT* I ,
t situated on Fifteenth sticet. between Frank
lin and Broad streets, is still open tor tho ac
commodation ol visitors and also (or boarders by
, , week or mouth. BO. LUMPKIN.
m.iT-lm
Limit:It! LUMBBK!- A cargo 'of
White Fine Luml>er. atloat, at foot oi 21st
Street, in tbe Dock, by
A. E. McCUI.LOUHH
ravll—3t’ Spotswood Hotel.
i: A J-T. A «> V i:UT 1SL'IIKXT*.
Spring ami Summer Importation,
i N(»r>
KimioN, .m i.lini.ky and stkaw
goods.
ARM ST KONG, GATOR A CO.,
inroKi .im> .'t" ar.es or
Ribbons,
Booiet Silk?,
Ruche?,
Flower*,
Feather#. •
Straw Bonnet?,
Flat?, etc-,
No. CU7. 3ii .tmokb £ Ka.timork, Mo.
Oder a atock nuHurp-jsi.'l in : •• t'ailed Mata*
in variety and chenpne: .
Ordet • - dii ite«l jnd prompt attention j> r.
eu.
;.j-* Tut in Ca-li nut. *i {
my ij I
>TI.!.IM A \ HimCHS&CO.
IHDOKTIIKS ttD
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
N . Jl Hanoi t:i< Sirkit
! 5 A 1 . I' I M t > R K ,
!:. t.i.:. • t r Ht c iition «,t the trade to their
Iiuko .ii.I ivc.l aborted -to.-K of
, .. iHJlii f... : IN* V DRY' C ODS
Vi It."- ry i i iu— Wnr-ted*
i i.riteH. I'atent Uiroml- Shot llraM?
Klmt • Ci- .I; an.I itrauU, Simp.iiidcM,
'ti ivi-l.iiK flo w Hoop Skirle.
.*■ |H«ol t ot n- Ac. Jtc.
All i.f » in. it »•': l.e *,, *! I at puces fully col rev
pond'.tic '-tli th lic.ny dr. : mem thejjoldpf'i
ntium and toreimi exchange my 12—2m
ST A A LEY & CO,
I.MPOi: !'K: ' .INI1 I'Ktl.KRS IN'
TiX PLATK, SIIFKT IRON,
U3KC . U t: 11) 1*11*1',
A N D M K I A I..- *; K N K It A !. I. Y.
■>*>. UO. Sirccl,
oi*ro-m. \va!i:i: mkkkt.
■ay In iULTlllOICK.
BAYNE & CO
itnnkers, Stuck. Exchange and
I\u11!
BROKERS.
•jo' I! u.TtstoRR Street,
L. P l!iv;.r.. j
J so Huskvwiu.. BALTIMORE.
\v I. Iloniu. j _my€—la*
»u.um t. sitnaaoN. tiLum r. owknv
WILLIAM T. SMITHSON & CO.,
CANEEB8, BUCK B8 AND DEALEBB
A . ECU A NOE,
224 Baltimorr Sthkxt, ( N K A K CnARLRV)
BOUGHT ON MARGINAL DEPOSITS IN THIS
AND OTHER MARKETS.
Collection made on all Araihijle J’ointi, and
Virginia o . I other Southern Bank Notes
BlU GHT AND SOLD.
»p 21— lra
WINDOW GLASS,
PAINTS. OILS. VARNI'H. ErC
11. IIIKSUEiCU A < O.
Morcliuii In- of !»:i2i iiuor.-,
Have citytt .'Vo*
tilM) Itroit.l Mrrt‘1,
Between 1 and Banshee 'lied. (A. Pizzini's o'd
stand and ott rut the lowest maike'prices tl e
above named ;;ood<. on hand and m riving
daily
2 n boxes American tt itid v, Gla-..
2IHI boxes French d.» do
to bid i. Pntt v
W» boxes I ■ ikin ■ Glass IMates
51*111 lbs jmre W U.te Lead
500.1 lbs do /.ill
111 bids Linseed Oil. 5 do. Kp is Turpentine,
in do Keros, a ■ Oil, 5 do. Venetian Red
5 do Yellow Oelire 0 do. Rooting Paint
10 do Carnishes
Till rases assorted C'lirom • Color*
5 barrels Glue. reams Sand paper
l’aitit Rriisl’e- and Rritsli ** oi evety descrip
tion. makinp n complete Pair ter'Glarit t's, and
Atti-t - supple store
II. II lll'HKI’G A CD..
N. £90 Bicftd d.. near I't st.
Rli 'll Ml »Xl), VA.
Ami Southeast .’r. Brat: and Hanover gt<.
my9 i tt*_ _1 ALTlMOHt Md.
5’ VPER KIAXU1
AMI
GOLD WINDOW SHADES,
All Ui.nll.ii>.. ..ml tn..i..<ii.a
J3-0KHEPS FROMI’TI Y ATTENDED TO.
HOWELL A BROTHERS,
my 5--2w 26U Baltimore Stieet Baltimore.
,)V> s*. i»i.b:S> A MMS,
Tolmcco TJer<Ti;i n t«,
52 SOUTH ST., BALTIMORE. MD„
Will receive and give in aa hereto*
lore to all <■ aolgiinuMita directed to their care.
Manofadured Tobacco should be Inrwarded
in bond in order that it may i.e sold cither ter
export or cuiiMimption. -*<A -.
inyil HI __ _
MILI.IM IM Mrs A.A.HOVM
rig;lit invi'ea the attention other Lo
lly cusoniei- and Hie public to the fact that sho
ho just rt eived lect m the North, an e!<
, atit as-nr*iiicu* i Ml LIN LliY < 1001 >S, ol the
I.a'est Styl •* and Fa*-liioi»s and which ran h
.t . n by calling on her, at the corner ol Msia
and 1st si cel. South.id •, wlreie (die lias, by tire
kindness <o ti leads, h . ate.l temporal ily.
mylil -lw* __
list or tools
ON HAND FOR SALK.
RicnMoNP, Va.
rpI3Jl I ndcisigned is prepnred
1 to- furnish at .Mali' lacturets prires. sta
tionntj engines and aacldnist tools oi every de
scription.
lie lias now on hand the following
1-20 (I. F. stationary engine.
I engine s lew lathe 12 ft. lied,‘20in. swing,
■: ..id
i • • a to •
i ■* “ r. • id
I Hand lathe F2 “ • 2*0 ’•
I - K “ " |d •• “
■i •• • 2 *• • Id •
I " “ d 1-J " II.
1 Wood Fill. 20 "
2’ Chucking ..Ik “ “
1 No. 2 upright n- ill,
a Milling Mach'ires,
t lion planers 20 " by 20 • by 5 (I.
Combined Fundi <v Sbcais.
I Large size trip hammer
l •' • tenoning machine.
1 medium si/e
3 Spliting saw tables, ’
I Cut oil
■j Li ne A Bodlevs Hub. Morlisiug Machines.
1 Wood planer 12 ft. by 21 in.
1 Circular Saw Mill,
I Venter. “ “
Consignments for New York solicited, upon
which l.oeral advau. es will be made
C. R. IlODtJKS.
To be found at pre-ent at Mis. Courtney’s
boat.ling bouse, rotner above the Spotswood.
my 1—12t
WASHW ADVERTISFni:vrs.
C. D. ETT1NGER & CO.
SolioItorM ol Uovrrnmrul MuIiun,
•I9j Twhi.ftb Ktrfft,
Box 422. WASHINGTON, I».
tjT A representative wanted in Richmond,
my 12—3t*
I ’ll I* 4) IS T A H T T 4» 1 K M %
OI'FK'KKM.
James U. Coit, Attorney at I.aw.
Late Major 14th Conn. Inf., 2d Corps.
Eiu;ak a. Nickki.s,
Late ('apt. lltb Maine Ini., IOth C rpe.
E. A. NICKELS it CO.,
Hnlional Army mid aty 4'laiiti
Igeucv.
Seventh Street, Corner of D
Post Ortlce Box 414.
Washington, D. (’.
KSTA HLiISH ED 1804.
With the best of facilities for the prosecution
of Military and Naval Claims against the Got
eminent we can premise a ‘iiracy an! speedy
settle ninnt*.
Careful attention given to the settlement of
Officers’ account.,.
Claims for Horses and Equipments lost killed
or captured iu th.- public service, c ollected with
despatch.
Military Iteieren'-fcv—Oficets 2J and 24th Ar
my Corps.
Civil References —Members of Congress from
Muiue and Connecticut.
my9—2w
WILLARD’S HOTEL,
Washington, 1>. C.
Sit li I'M. ('IIADII ICIe A HI..
Proprietors),
LATE OK GIRARD HOUSE, I’aii.inri.rBU.
( ap2G—eodly ]
HAVES whitman,
C r, A [ M AO K NTS.
Ho. til 3 I' Street, between till)
anti Kith Streets,
WASHINGTON, H. CL,
Attend to the COLLECTION o’ ALL CL AIMS
ag-in»t the Government of the United states.
Procure Penaious, Bounties. Back Pay. Prize
Money. Pay for Horses Killed iu ilatile Ac.
Having hud eiiensive and varied experience
as ameers in wit* amiy arm i leras in xnc uea
aory aud Ordnance i epuitments. we are pie
paied to make out and adjust Olli ers' Accounts
with the Ordnance. (Jaartertnastei** ucd Tn-.i
sury Departments with a< curacy aud despatch.
All applications and li-Ucis liy mail attended
to promptly. myS— I in
JOHN R ELVANS l CO.,
DEALERS IN
1! IKlMVAItCAAD IILT U S.
IT Office and Store No. J 9 Pennsylvania Are I
nus. between 9th and Kith Streets.
K3» Wir>'xa.v.wiaui.'lal ita *„•»
Uunltlii ina»« tt’.-iUlngluL, I*. C.
L. H. Horxis*, )
J. R. Elvans, V
CLLhiMM V my ft—3m.
Jons Vak Akmak, A. P. Bkittos, U. J. Guat,
of Chicago. 111. of Rhode Island, of Michigan.
VAN ARMAN, BRITTON & GRAY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
and
SOLICITORS OF C! APIS,
VI7 11.1, attend to business of ail kinds be
YV foro the several Departments of the Gov
ernment at Washington, the United lit itea Su
preme Court, Conns-Martial Court of Claims,
All kindi ot claim* against the Government
growing out of the present war, ot arising in any
manner wha ever, w ill be attended to PROMPT
LY. it entrusted to on* care.
OFFICE—No. 450 Sixth atreot, between E and
F itree*#, Washington, P. C.
Address—P. O. Box 1.034. apl5— Im
II. F. ZIMMERMAN ft 0>.
No. 5119 Sncnlli Sircci, lx*i\vc«*u
Louisiana Avrmx* uiul 1> Si.,
«*ast tide, \\ a<*liiii^loi),
l>. C.
S<^F1S, CHAIR?,
l*ui‘lor Set*, Clin lit lx*r Sets,
AND
Dresinu: Hurosvns.
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 sitisfartion.
ST All orders promptly tilled. Furniture pack
ed and shipped on the most reasonable terms.
myH—6m
(OLO.IEL DLltICOll S
AMERICAN T NIOX
Patent Portable Buildings,
A'oStJtRO* for the Seaside, tie Mountains, the
farm or plantation. Offices. Warehouses f.hd
Buildings of any si/.e or style made in sections
under this Patent, convenient for transportation
and can be quickly set up by people ot ordinary
talent without usiug nails or screws. They aie
SIMPLE, NEAT AND SUBSTANTIAL.
Cottages coat $200, $250, 3275, iJOIl and up
wards. packed ready for shipment. A plain
Cottage, 12.\I6 leet. can be loaded on a two
horse lumber wagon, weighs about two thou
sand pounds, and costs $275, delivered at the
railway depot in Patterson. N. J.
This system of Pori able Bulb ing is acknow
ledged to be the best in world, and is very con
venient for persons wishing to make temporary
residence. Ac., being quickly set up. and can to
taken down and net up again without loss or
damage to the ma eriaL. The system can also
be used in the erection of buildings lor perms
lienee, either plain or in style most elaoorute. -
.Splendid tor small fancy buildings.
Sashes Blinds, Boors and other pit-pared
Building Materials of the best quality can be
turuished to order.
Ej-TKRMS-CASIL.rj
For prices of Por able Buildings er Materials
send plan or description, and for Patent Bights
or arrangements for Agencies address
a. i»i:hkoji.
West Nlreel Alenin Co.,
myll—tjyl6* _ FATBRSON, N. J.
more new goods.
-j'lli: | ADIlKKKiiACD II AS JUST
1 received a large aud splendid assortment of
New Goods, consisting in part of—
Gents' line Call Boots. Shoes. Ac.
J. td.es’ and Mis es‘ lla!mortis and Slippers
Ho do Gaiters
Children's Slices, Ac.
Gents’ fineStr»w aud Cloth Hats
Boys' and Youths' do do
: traw and Cloth Hats to suit all
ALSO.
A fresh supply of Oranges and I.emons and
Raisins
ALSO,
A large suuply of every variety of Coal oil
Lamps, large atiJ small
Coal Oil Wicks
ALSO,
10 bbk No. 1 Coal Oil
For sale to the trade and consumers at the
lowest cash price, at JOHN CLARA S
New Baltimore Store.
No. 330 Main street, 2J door above *ith.
my 11—3t
< \
IMWIt IRGE.
MONTAGUE & WHITALL,
Late nl I he Mi i -Lanla' In-:uraace Company of
i i.-lnnond)
nsCIttACK AUEII'N,
no. 231 MAIN hiltEET.
.8hhS lielon rh«- Mpoisnood Hon!.
HAVING lift n duly i<>usiituted agent* to rep*
resent iu this community several ot the
BEnT AN’fi 4IU.il UKLltBI.E
IS SURA N CL COM PA NIKS,
Announce to the ci i/.ens of Itichmond and the
counties aaj.i err. their readme >s t>> istiie P..|i.
cw of In-urance against
J/>SS OH DAMAGE BY HUE
In ar.y ot the following companies
Maryland Kir.* Insurance Com pan ,
National Fire Insurance Company
Pea ody 1 i:c insurance Com pan.-, and
Merchant., and Mc< haloes' Fire insurance Cora
p.u of Ba.litnore, 41d.
Metrap j.itji Fire Insurance Company
Intermit; mal Fite Insurance Coupauy
Continental I no Insurance Company
Herolute 1 in- In-; ranee Company
Manhattan Fi.<- Jn: nrin<e Company of New
York
P!i'.(i-ni\ f in* ins-a .nee i ompiny of Brooklyn,
New York
Pl.o-uix lusuran; - Company ot Hartford, Con
Uoei.' ut, and
H .me i.ii ran t' nip. ny of .''uvaunuh, f.’i.
in pr sent g :i.i- li>t M 41. & W. assure
th.-ir frier,ds nul !m- public that these are first
cia-.iom.i ires p:e -nmg abundant resource
and un I Minted :■ i itv. Piornpt payment in
eases ot losses i-gu irauteed and ihiis they are
si. ii institution. as nienl the i-oatiilelico ..uJ
pat.mi,age it ali u.-'iimg IVrle t ."ately Agaill-t
l.Cf
OFF 11 .;
>»i. t*:ti tinlii *si., if ii hini.ml.
luy 15 — lu
M\I(4I.ANSk III: II INSUllANCE
i o.MPaNI 11 ilAl l'iMol:l , intugura'id
in l-Cd snli a . ash < .ip.tsl •>! $-aUO,OU0, with a
lavesurplu lev.- e,tabl. Led an agency in
Hi, i.iil.iO.I, m", i .- i. ial.-e and well <| lalilii-d
Ac-nts , i II. Mo.NjAt.GK .v WHITA5 K.
‘-•31 Mn-n <<t wh.j.> jtiitu* in lti hinond
wi Kir.: tj H ►s/e insurance agaju*t fire
can app'y.*
iii - ! . HA41 HI ETON. President.
L 1 - m • ■ ■j i ini! j. tins ot uny respectable
Banker, i Me c'.ant in Baltimore.
ii,. < <■ aij, •::•!...!* i.usir, s3 in the city of
lie hinou.l and all 1, e-s or .lanmgt b* lire will
be prompt's- -.-t". «■;'’.*■ r in greenback* or in
go.dhv MO SI (in: VVHITAl.K. A'gts,
tnyiu t.liiH:h 231 Main at*.
INM RAW i: CO.nPA.KV OF THE
S FA i L o* \ iUCvi ,n IA,
Oilier oii-i* Iiit<-Ii<-1 A 1'j li-r's.
No. ins MAIN' STHEET. *
ru'll. r*i k»l 1 *.*\* V.. ... , 1 '. Ilf.
1* • * • .. ; ' “ ftVVU LO|'M II iviv
from tlie t ■ late wreck, in<] have resumed
hubiniu ut 11;* .r !i w (i.N |»s Main .street,
tirst floor ii*>ve t. el » Tyler's store.
I lie u!d IlirU'i i i the Company uud the public
are i. pit till : ii". i'i them lor insurance ns
hereto.' .re
i oli- / ho!1' r- oe 1 . -el.r i ..tided to hr.ng their
polio it*.i pro' pi t ' ile oft. g of the Company
ecdh.ive ihi ui • ! i.'ej good for proper amounts
In ruirent fund-.
•''MIX I. BACOJJ. President.
V.'m. H. Cntti-.ia.-.'. Secretary.
Richmond, M»y Olh, 3m
“LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
AND
ni.QHf iN<i'RAVr’fe rn
ASSET- ;i i' . ...* ,>mu.iUi
Diar.cTon* ts w
Fraud* "i-t k-i] Chairman.
Henry Grinnell, Esq.. Deputy Chairman.
E. F ba.idei vn, E <|.
Alexander Hamilton. Jr.. Esq.
•In eph tdiiilarJ. Jr.. Esij.
K. M. Archibald, K*|„ H, II. M, Consul.
Aifrrd IN II. i -|. l.Vaidc-nt Secretary.
The above Cott| any i aving resumed bus;m.-i in
this city, the under.:gnc.l aie prepared to effect
insurances 1 '■ luw, ,ve„ 4c,
Office. '.’37. Jlaia street e.p stibs near Ninth
street. DAY’EXPORT .V CO..
_ rayj—'. ' Agenda.
I iKbT NATIONAL BANK
Of HtemtOMt.
HAMILTON FANT. ITetiJent.
I.. YV. Rose, Cm.-bier.
ni n tennis.
Franklin .Stearns Charles Palmer.
Horace L. Kc„t Wellington Cotl.lia.
Ii. G. Kant. YY’tn. L. Hodge,
Henry McWilliams Cnaries B. Shaw..
GOT ERNMENT DEPOSITORY AND FINAN
CIAL AGENT OF UIK FNIIED STATES*
: kited States Cl’s ov-Hocsr, Entrance Bank
-'Met, h.st don on ti.e |. ft
Age ut for f;e 7.30 Loan.
A constant supply ol Notes will lie kept on
hand.
This B’tlk '.eill h mi nil all classes of GOY’.
KiiNMt.N i >;■> i .ni'lts it rnrr> nt market ratea.
FLRNI'II i:\’( H 'NGEaml make collections
on ALL THE I’.ilM I'.YL UlIES OE THE
CXITEI SK , i. <
Putehase Govcruneat Y .inchers on the MOST
F\Y li.tlil E I: i -. and ■ I v e cvi.kni.asn
proiitt vi i i.r.rt a 11
A (Cut.NTs nr Bi SINE IS MEN ami FIRMS,
and to any other luteine s entrusted to the Rank.
KL’I.i, iNi orMa i mN in regard to GOV’EbN
MENT IatA.Ns at all times cheerfully furnished.
ini.Aoiui iiti'Ait ratr.ni r. *
Office iv < ovi-tkollkk of the i.crkk.sct, •
Wa-iiimiton May 3d. lstw, S
\\J HKREAS, b.\ satie factory evidence present
VV ed t > the iindcreigued. it has teen ninde to
appear that the Eir-t National Bank ot Hi h
ni' iid in the i ity - ! Itioliun nd in th- county of
Heme'* and Sn . i I V.ivlniu has lava duly or
ganized under and u. otdiug t • the requirements
of the \ct of Conirti'ss entitled "An Act to pro
vide a National Currency. re med by a pledge
of United Mates bonds, and to provide (or the
circulation and cd -lupt • u tkeicof” approved
I une 3 I'sf.i. and h.i- > ouipl ed u ith all the pro
visions ot -aid Act requited to bp com}bed with
nefnro coinnieii icg the bn-.m-- o: Banking un
der raid Act
Now. therefore. I, Freeman Clarke. Uomptrol
let ot th- Cline:: v. do Lci(l>v ■ eilify that the
First N .tionul Bank of Richmond, in the City
• th ol Uei i • .i-oi - tate
of Yirgiui i m i it-.oi./• ii 11 i t nititeti-e the busi
ness r| Baiil.il:;: mnli i the Ac! aforesaid.
l-.’ir ii'.ifiM V.'imn i witness mv hand aud
Ketll oi oi'ii e thi.i ii. :■! d ''. id May |N»0.
I.. - | FIH KMAN CLARKE,
Comptroller of the C’uii.uoy.
THEV d ’.V III,: UNITED STARTS,}
Dm ii'N -r National Banks >
w ' II I.I.IOA ,v ay ti. Doo. )
li is l.i rcic : ei I a* The First National
Bank of Richmond Virginia, a Banking Assn
i-iatloit organized under the Act “To p-ovide
i Nnti .r.al t urn-r.i'y. secured by a pledge of
I nited '-tatcs Bonds and to provuli-l lor tin* cir
culation nd tcdeiiipii n thereof." ajiproved
d'ine "> Uv.I, having eorupl.ed with the require
ments of sei-iion -to o! lid .'ic:. and w.tn the
i-egiilst ons id this Department marie in pursu
ance thereof, I:h< tilis.i!.iy been designated as
a Depndt <ri ot 1' bb- M ine s except receipts
Iron Custom-, and I t i rtucof nth designa
tion will a -o be r-mph ed as a Financial Agent
of the Government
F. F. SPINNER.
my8 Treasurer C. S.
Vu 1 ! iG of the* Ktoeholdera
of the J.iin -s itivcr ' m il Backet Company
will be held on the 21th of this month, (May) at
Howardsviile. at which t.mc an election fer Pre
sident will in- held.
By order c-f
my 10-6t‘ JOHN HORSLEY.
Pres d nt i’. i.
CITFAP, CM: AT.
SHOES! St'Oi:*' SHOES!
VTTEN'TION LADIES MISSES AXDCHIL
DREN 1 -i ■ • aaea Ladies'.
Misses’ and Children's Balmorals and Gaiter
Shoes at GKO. T. STANLEY’S Cheap Grocery,
corner of 7th and Broad street, Richmond,
my 10—lw
RICH Mon b WETIG
•satckimy ,7.'sur ,j.
SLAYKBY IN KcNTf'CIC^
inroaraxr ijnTKa mi nor. u.sur:/
1'KAKKKOHV, April iii, 1865 v... ,
(o-neral Ja*. S. linsbm. 1.Kl f - .
eralYour eommuoiru-on , . ' .
not reach ine until then ening t 2I 1
1 concur With you in the ... in,..;, tflH, , ,
perou* i.nd healthy system o, r. ... (i
Kentucky cannot l.e legaic,., , ,
a tree basis. Ine result ot t
la- been to withdraw from
pioteetiou and to d *.»ov t;i? L0K..r
it. The eflect of rebellion has b en to ,P v,.'
uomze popular judgment upon H.e sub v,
slavery, and fix upon it thi i».< . . .... *.
■•extermiustion " Were all the .. 1
et. ot the (lorernmeut exert-.i to i »• , ,
vigor, instead of todestrr.v, ,t U; ,v i ■ . . ;nt
ttoned whether this would »<.«., VciVm,*’
Whether rightfully or wroryf, \ , ,
less now to iuquiie. Harerv *
and as mi .cal to our lu .ur# > * e, ...
This revolution r.ina t go ri ’ '
of prud-n. e and patri ti-m „[?. "„ *' ,n.' -
logic ot events, an 1 r •com re- e T . , , 1
Tint slavery must end 1 arr*. ‘ '* ,
farts ordain-d U. this revoiuui.- ' “
by rebellion. That it -' t • ,
po-sib!a is a corollary which a , •. , "
and prudent common • n - ,n;i ^
the demon-(ration ot our **
whole 1 ih..r HV-tem i, hi J .
demoralized. Hi*very has l r—o'. ' . T
upon our• norgieit, a bnrdeu to ... , '
tud a negative to our pr. speri
There is ui hoped mproteir. \ ■ y, ,,
present reg.tne, nor the alighi. • ,
growing better until t e H... .. . .■ ' '
fully accomplished iu uatver-ji". ,"e;
rh" *»""■*''» I* ft m slave torreelaho,
must ever Is- embarrassing to i • t ,
etciious tu posterity. t' J ■*,
jodgnwnt. the i qi.,ier,;ent of tr!a.hoia r *!" !
prudent regai.lt . ourl.ro: ,n . / 7 ;
prc-perity, as w-.i «, the m a.i , o an .. . »
patriotism that we alwulU coMonu -s're'dih
and spsedilv as pracitib r t, ;i 4^
rev dution foreordained by J ,
sealrU with Um anal e .
Ani.-I ail |- . ;
from the logic of events 7 ‘ ‘; '
amendment to the Const t
reet, practical aua legitimate r- ,A , ”
to escape the pre»e at and impend he evil’.V. K.
interregnum in labor. » dean , , ' '
su-penaion oi production. *r>’ H,,'! 9
InaccMUng therefwt», aunt , ti
tlem m have tog. vc vp « ,l-L
at many mill ona ot Dollar* ... : . *
educated habits arid piein . • tost *r. d ’
country. No easy task thi>. • k i
have ever been equal to tt
“ uip .-:r,e . rT. •
nor shrink from making th^-. *. rifi»*+ w».;
the peace and on ty w ,, c,.'
mauds of then- jiairiotism cud tint- t0IC,*.
t.ic lofty destiny of their i-.veo < onim-'iiire >1,'
Ihecontri utionoforr .fct ali.o.i hnlutM '
prejudice, and surrender i t,,. puhl-< $(■&<'<
many mill! -us oi property—in e.v e,s ut ,' .
any other loyal State his m - , tted j.. in "
struggle to maintain our Xati na life— . p
Kentucky, oi the histon. pagP j, _t p,,
denee in the ranis ol the iov»| ut .1 oitrloV
States.
Theemancipa ion of slave., -osts our .N'enl e*i
brethren to sacrifice ot interc-t no -mm ilat />
of habits no conquests cf prejodiic, bo , .
tuebsur* ot social relation-.. .. .
1gmntvmitr- may eon «r?r?r *' rf'
K:e, for they expei: I no h.i g oLt t u-n i,
loss of many millions ol dollars th sum-tu*.
of the trained habits and prejudices , t a if,. ':T1,»
meurs the per.N. nconveuhnees and ...
which ever te“ult from t e rndden meui.-ng i.p
of long and peacefully esta .lished - rj.,[ ,t
ecouoinicnl relations uuJ interests. \\JV e
been much abused because we cou.u not M-e that
the existence ol our government depended upon
either the lotitiuuance or disc, mini anre
slavery vet we h >ve at es e 1 ■ ur devot:.,.i io tho
lioverntr.ent of the Union b. fum: y.mor„
than our drepropo t:on of so’di. :> t dstetid nr!
maintain it.
W th us, ,n Kentucky, the regrt has neve
been a cau-e nor an object of stnfe The j rt
v ati n oi tkv Lii oil and t * ina.m nun,e .
the (iovernmtnt has been an 1 j, the main-pimp
of our action, the sulistacce of onr l,.yal b j ! ?,
and the supfoit oi our patrohi-ni. T li, licit
otheiswcie unwilling to have the I moo without
* averv. or the Union w it -.nur «e have on.
bceu tor the Union, with or wi boat p] v,.|
an 1 for maintaining the fiaveruiiuut uv.i *j,
unbroken Un on cost what it mlg i , \ „
been our oval purpose ihrougl nt this tck
gle Instead of abuse fiarath - who make u<>
sacrifices, we deserve respoar*.I
wlat vve have done a> d hr wh t v>c ha.e
borne. Those wiio direct tie lowers ot oi :
Covernment shou d he i in ...uu t the r iu:i
sion is not to destroy *1 very f. rthstis an a<
complishcd Let, btt to pie\ i .- ; n ; rc,| . t
Covernmcnt of the Union.
Thi b nd should be gertV and a - ,st:u(
w ich .s laid upon the ha nits a t r.-u.U fi . •
v loyal p ople; not heavy avl . „ i i ,• ur,
prejudices may be del.i i v, . , a n; c h..:
w tbont pain or injury but if tom i nnu,, sv;u,
a rud'hand it will isceiate tby i,,|.ular mint
and pain the public heiri nltiout bfiieut.lDp
free om. Kor the “ale -f tl.e peso ij ad
kindly telati ns oi r.iir count:;, t is jo be hoped
that our brethren of th* .\.>r be... .-sat,, n,»v
m re geneially understand and better ,p.,
date these tacts. I am of those n ■ ... urrsl
In* faith is • that all thi ps wo k together fo
...«l"U|l.„n„U I,,..
dare maintain urGovernment it a j. ri! : •
with every sacrifice. But how b o deinaid
most are not these b-Iio us : I'y ".ahe the lead v»;
sacrifices for their count v s c, d.
I am Genera) yon s e-pe- ful v.
i hos t. Un*\iur.rTi..
•I. .1. BINFOKD & i 0.
dlOCCKS l D C»MI .ihMOh
niic.nj i vi’s.
No. Ill) Frunkiiu Street. Second
llwoi* below Governor,
It i <li in •• n <1, N il.
A S <; H !> C k. R S ,
HAVE the pleasure i.i anuoanc'ng to tl *■ t
. friend* acd t Iia public geur.R, • ■; t
have made large additions to th-ir former ■’
and now oiler lor ..lie
Flour, Molasses Mustard Vine?*
Sugar, Sorghum fotucco, u '. .
Coli'ee, ( and «•* IV jc-. 11 ack fllt
Kice. Soap Me 1, Match.
Bacon, butter Corn Broom*
Potatoes. I aid figs, Bu< ,e:s
Soda, Pickle* Raisins. Giice
And all ol her aitirles usually, and in a I-rot
class Family Grocery. A cad . r< »;e tfu.lv
to il ited.
AS 'COMMISSION’ MERCHANTS,
Respectfully solicit cons ga i em.-. of m dc --.
By :» strict and prompt ut ent on t • in-in.-M
taey hope to merit n continuance of tl • loam i
patronage of the public.
Address. Boa tit?, Ric hmond.
.1. d. BIN FORD.
_my 12—lm _.1. H. BINT.HID;
DAILY LINE OF STEAMEUS
FROM RICHMOND
To Fori Tlouroe siml Norfolh,
cossrniso "Hit THE BW U M. SIKAMMf roll
Baltimore, toicbuii at city point.
The Government laving prohibited titi/cn-,
from travelling on governm nt beats,the propri
etor* of the Steamer* Georgianna and M Mint n
two first cl-ss Steamers commer -b s dav
daily line between Richmond Fort Monro.- «r
Norfolk, touching at li y Point n.d o, .
with the Hay Line steamer-1 ir Halt:!!: -e ! .-•■•
Richmond daily at 6 a. m.. arriving *.r ii.limorp
at C a. m.. neat mo ning iu tun to tonne : with
alt the Eastern an-i Western I. in.
Fare to i ity Point S <M
To Fort Monroe and Norfolk $3w
To Baltimore -Sny
For further informa'ion. apply to F. C,. We t
cott. agent. Adams Express Corot:anv, Uic.motd
Virginia corner of Main and 19th street-.
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