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“THE UNION, THE CONSTITUTION, AND THE ENFORCEMENT OF THE LAWS.”_
°Toir 1. NO. M. RICHMOND, VA., MONDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1865. PRICE: FIVE CENTS.
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IMPOSTERS v»F
H IYEH. 1.14*1 f*H*» i.YDiliiAHk
. aoS'3—lm___
M.LEYY,
||4l Warren atrrrl. New lurk.
manufacturer of
YVME* OF Yl I. SillDK,
Warranted to keep in all climate*.
No order* received h»r less than three 1-4
casks.
Credit »ia month-* for satisfactory note*.
If goods do not give .atisfai-Uon will be taken
back free of all expenses.
* 1 solicit the trade of m y old cuatomerm.
m tApiS — velll
MEBR1TT n W.ILIOTT,
(I I f oartlund St., Mrs* l urk.
GENERAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Manafsctnrers of and dealers In
411 kinds of Machinery.
RAILROAD, steamship and TELEGRAPH
SFFPLIES,
BOLTS, NUTS, WASHERS, Ac. Ac.
«p22—lm
UUNLh & I'U,
iOMMI^IO.A MERCIIAATfi,
II SOUTH WILLIAM STREET,
NEW TORS.
ap36—6m _____
HENRY & .INO. I'ARKT. JR.
FINE AND MEDIUM
CLOTHI N G,
at wiiolenale,
33 ChanWri Slreel,
Adjoining Stewart !*,
AEW llOHh.
WOj»OM 0 Ul >T i v ■ . P ,
emmmQwm. * .pi7-i«
JAMES W1I.HK. Jr. & Co
MaNCFACTTRIR* *‘-D JOIBRUS or
C L OTllI X (i ,
55 & 57 W hite Ntreei,
First Store west of Broadway,
AEW-VOHH.
Jae Witnr. Jr. J^nxi Wnm. Jo*. Wildi.
apl5—tf
C L 0THIN (~
For the Southern Traded
KlRTl ASD, BROW'NSON & CO.,
46 and 47. [Chamber* Streetj 48 and 47.
NEW-YORK
Have in atoie a large assortment of
READY MADEtLOTH‘Ati,
Well adapted to the want* of the South.
Very low price* wU be made to all that faror
on with their order*.
Thoee visiting oar market will And great in
ducement* at 45 and 47, [Chambers Street] 45
and 47.
ip!7—lm
"VUNSTON & SCHOFIELD,
oixmi agents rots
LILLIES PAHL'S EXCELSIOR FIREWORKS.
importers of
CHINESE F1KE CRACKERS,
JUMIFACTCRERS OF
LANTERNS, FLAGS, &c..
» Dry »*-v
Near Broadway [my3-3«> New York.
• t
HEW YORK APYEtTliEB’Ti
NEW SKIRT.
THS GREATEST INVENTION OK THE AGE
IN HOOP SKIRTS.
J. W. HRADI.EY'S NEW PATENT DUPLEX
KLL1ITIC (or double) SPRING SKIRT.
WE.VTS, BRADLEY A t ARY, (late J. I. A J. O.
W«st„ Sole Proprietors and Manufacturer, 97
4'hambera and 79 and R| Reads streets. New
Yori.
This invention consist* of duplex (or two) ellip
tic nowi spring*. ingeniously braided, tightly and
firmly together edge to edge, making the tough
est, moat flexible, elastic and durable spring ev«r
used. They seldom bend or break, and conse
quently preserve their perfect and beattiful sha|ic
twite as long as any other Skirt.
The wonderful flexibility auJ great comfort
nnd pi«a*ure to any lady wearing the
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT
will be experienced particularly in all crowded
aaneu. lilies, opera, carriage, railroad cars, chu'ch
pewa arm chairs, for promenade and house dress,
as the Skirt wll. fold itself,when in use, to occupy
a araal! place as easily and conveniently as a silk
or muslin dress.
A lady having enjoyed the pie isure, comfort,
and grw* convenience of wearing the
DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SPRING SKIRT
foraaingle day. will never after we rd willingly
dieter se with the use of them. For children,
m:s*?s and jourg ladies they are superior to all
others.
They are the best quality m every part and
any e tionably the lightest, most desirable,
comtcrtable and economical Skirt ever made.—
For sale in all first das* atcrea in this city and
throughout th« United States Havana de Cuba
Mexico. Sooth America, and the West ladies.
Inquire for the DUPLEX ELLIPTIC SKIRT.
ap II —Mum__
UlliTPK. kIRTLAhD * 4 0..
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF
CLOTHING,
>o. 3 40 llroatlxa ;ay, Yew York,
Oflera to hrM-class buyers a large and very com
plete stock of
tAUKi nmiR
u.oTimu,
UK ALL GRADES.
Km ora. mg Kina, Medium and Low-Priced Good*.
Having made extensive purchase# at the low
pricea now prevailing, we are in a position to sup
ply our outtomeni upon the most favorable and
advantageous terms.
JOBBERS, MERCHANT TAILORS A DEAL
ERS GENERALLY will find it to their advan
tage to call and examine onr stock before pur
chasing.
Particular aticutiom pultl to iht>
eiecutioa of orders.
SAMUEL CARTER. WM. H. KJRKI.AND.
JOHN ROSE. CHAS. B. PEET.
JOHN H. WEP.TS, Special,
ap IT—eodSm.
I K WINSLOW & Co.
Til*: GREATEST
OPPORTUNITY EVER OFFERED TO SECURE
GOOD JEWELRY AT LOW PRICES.
100.000
U’nfcAes, Chains, Sits of J. wtlry, Gout Pens,
Bracelets, Lockets, Hings, Gent's Pins,
SUcce Buttons, Studs, etc.,
VVOKTH 8500.000,
To )>• told for Oar IDtllnr each without
legat'd to value, aud not to be paid for; until
you know what yi u are to get.
N*nd 26 centj foi a t ertiticate which will in
form you what you can have for $1 and at the
same time get our ( ircnlar containing full list
and particulats also terms to Agentt, which we
want in every regiment and town iu the country.
3. M. UlAkMMI A Co
ny 13—St 20* Broadway. New Ycrk.
CONKLIN & MILLKIL
Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in
CLOTHING,
Xom. lOO A 102 Reade Ml
S "ew-vowk.
m.6-lm
JAM. C. DtTIUMMi,
PilR\V»unt\i: AGGMMI*IOK MERCHANT
tl 1*1 n** Nlreel, V» lurk.
Ci.iLl.ING jour attention to the above I
j would solicit your consignment* and offer
yon nv service* in purcha*iug and shipping all
order* you may favor me with.
1 will attend to the purchase of Lumber,
Lime, Roofing Slates ?nd all building Materials.
Ranutt.sct.—Jame* Milwood, Spotswood
House. Richmond.my 9—2w
t'WELOPHI AW Ik WOTK pT.
'j PER.—Envelopes by aingle thousand snd
note paper by the ream at wholesale prices,
sent by mail, post paid on receipt of the price,
1( 00 buff letter envelopes, extra thick 14.00
M» white note envelopes, double thick 3.b0
One ream auper thick note paper 3.0)
One box (250; n* * style Magenta envelope 2.00
1 Valeri wishing a supply would do well to
write ns for samples sod price*
G. 8. HASKINS A CO., Stationers snd Enve
lope Manufacturers, % De.-kman Street N. Y.
my 10- Bin_
T. H. Illngerlnmd A €’©..
Manufacturers and Proprietor*
OLD HOMESTEAD WILD CHERRY
BITTERS.
DEPOT,
Ik Heckman Nireet.
aplS—eodJia Wear Work.
j^AWI.KW'M TEW Penn) Wuvrl*.
No. I—The Two Rivals. No i —Dare Devil Dick.
No. 3—The Freebooter s Prize No 4—Speak
ing Rifle. The Indian Slayer. No. (—Spirit Eye,
The Indian Captive. No. «—Inez, The Forest
Bride. No. 7—Jules Gerard, The Lion Killer.
No 8—In I’re**, Beall, The Pirate Spy.
Price 10 cent* Trade 15.75 per one hundred.
DAWLEY’S CAMP AND FIRESIDE LIBRARY.
No. 1—Incident* of Camp Lite. No. 2— Mer
cedes, The Outlaw’s Child. No. 3-Nurma Dau
ton. No. 4—Justins, the Avenger. No. 5—
The Mad Bard. No. 6—In PtW Sue Mundj
the Guerrilla Spy.
Prim 15 cotta or IK00 for one hundred.
T R. DAWLEY, Publisher,
my 8—eod-tt 13 and 13 Park Row, N. Y.
ATCHELOm HAIM »1KI
The Original and Beat in the World.
The only true and perfect H*ir Dye. Harmless,
Reliable and last* jtaneou* Produce* immedi
ately a splendid Black or natural Brown without
injuring the hair or skin. Remedies the ill el
ects of bad dye*.
Sold by alt Druggist* The genuine is signed
WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR.
ap21—3m_81 Barclay tt,. New York._
Noktiif.k.w ICS. —We kave now a I
cargo in our Ice House on Cary, between
18th and 19th street* Orders left at onr 1c#
House will be promptly attended to.
my 12—It B. M aRDWELI. A CO,
MEW TOHM AUVEKTl»CW»T»
Y M'W PI HUMHINU HOI $E
Th» cheapest Place lo Boy Book* in the Coontry.
Have you teen Pawley'* New Publication* 1
Hookteilera, Nawa Daaleri Huttlera and Pad
dler* you can buy your book* cheapar at thla
house than at any other place la the United
State*.
Have job -een 'Pawley'* Tenpenny Novel* in
tbeir new drew*—Hlaminatad cover*, the largeit.
i>est and rbeapeat 10 c*nt nov*l» In the market >
The trade anpp ied at $4 76 per 100, or 165 per
1OO0. Eight Number* now ready.
No. I. i HE TWO RIVALS, on II *■ and
Monbt.
No. 3. PARK 1 EVIL DICK, ob Tb* Cum* or
Gold.
No. a THE FREEBOOTER'S PRIZE.
No. 4. THa SPEAKING RIFLE.
No 6. SPIRIT EVE. TUB INDIAN CAPTIVE.
No. 6. INEZ THE FOREST BRlPE
No 7. GERARD THK LION K1LI.ER.
No. h. BEALL. THE PIRATE 8PT.
Also, PAWLEY’S New War Novel*, the moet
salebleandch Apeet 36 cent Novel* in the mar
ket. Trade price. «13 60 r>er 100, or $110 per
100U. iteautif.lly illnainaUd cover*. Seven num
bers now wady.
No. I. MuSBY. THE GUERILLA.
No. 3. Paulin*, the female spy.
No. 3. sEM MES, THE PIRATE.
No. 4. THK BLACK SCOUT.
No. 6. OSGOOD. THK DEMON REFUGEE.
No. b. CHKaTHaH : Oa. TalSwAMf Daa*-o*r.
No. 7. PERDITA THE DEMON’S DAUGHTER.
No 8. (In Pres.) BOOTH, THE ASSASSIN.
The e War Novel* are by all odd* the be*t a-11
log and cheap* t Novel* for the trade to buy jet
published. All are now pabliehed In an Illumi
nated cover.
Again Have yju seen “ Pawley’* Camp and
Fireside Library," to retail at 15 cent* 1 Trade
price $0 per 100'. or #hO per 1 «W. Sixth number
now ready.
No. 1 INCIDENTS OF CAMP LIFR.
N .3. MERCEDES Tux Orix**’* DarniiTER.
No. 3. NORM t DANTON.
No. 4. JUSIINA, Tax Avbnuir.
No. 6. THE MAD BARu, Or, Tax Hltoat or
THK CaaTLE.
Nob. SUE MUNDAY, Tab Guerilla Srv.
And again, have you seen PAWLEY’S Bio
graphical Library, to retail at 26c each 1 Trade
price. $12.60 per HO tr #110 per 1,000. Five
number* now re-dy. viz ■
THE LIFE OP ABRAHAM LINCOLN—From
hie birth to hi* death ty the hand of the A««a*
* n. A *o. the LIVES of GRANT, SHERMAN,
SHERIDAN, and McCLELLAN.
T. R. DAW LEY Publisher.
No* 13 and i6 Park-row. hew York.
Thv # Mexican Ma s Co.. No. 131 Naneau at.
Ill V 1 FO.lOl
T H E
AMERICAN NEWS COMPT,
Nut. II* and Id! Muttnu Nlreef,
NEW YORK,
WWOI.&I.M.E PI1UM IV
BOOKS. NAUAZIIE4, NEWS
PAPERS Hud STATIONERY,
So' I jit order* from New* Agents, tutleia and
other*.
Our facilities are better than those of any
other, and, aa we takj Whob Editions of Lead*
ing
WEEkUEN AND IRON Til I AES,
Our Price* are the LOWEST.
Send yonr orde a, or sen 1 for oar trade list.
THE AMERICAN NEWS COMPANY',
1m. II* A Itll Naaaau HI.,
Nkw You.
mylO-eod&l _ __
NEW YORK TYPE FOYNDKY,
FORMERLY WHITE’S,
lEtlublithrd la 1810.)
FARRIS, LITTLE A CO. 3
TYPE FOUNDRY
AND
PRIN rF.R8* WAREHOUSE,
*3 and *3 UeeltBitR Mlrrel,
(Corkkb or Com Strut.)
SEW YORK.
We keep constantly on hand a w»U made stork
of our Superior Cast and Finished
NEWSPAPER BOOK, JOBBING AND W(K)D
TYPE,
of every kown style, and constantly adding new
Style*.
We also furnish PhESSES of Hoe A Co.’s, Cor
don and other manufacturee, and everything
that is uereaeary. Including
INKS.
for a complete
PRINTING OFFICE.
Many of the largest Newspaper andjBook and
Job Printing Office* In the united States, North
and South, can be referred to for the fact of the
excellence of our TYPE.
Estimate* and Specimens promptly furnished.
Offices not receiving specimens from a* wi /
please mail a paper or csrd. Address
I AB.VEB, LITTLE * CO.,
•S and M Beckman tft.,N. V.
my8—eodlm_
FINE CLOTHING
WWOLHXLB AND EITXtt, XHD
MADE TO ORDER!
S31 and 333 Broadway.
NSW-YORK.
KIIAFEB, WHITFOBO 4k C o.
«). a. BALDWIN ^recently firm of Scott <h Bald
win, uOG Broadway.) can be fonud at above house.
Having conducted the Clothing and Furnishing
bneiues* in Virginia and North Carolina for
many yean, his knowledge of goods required
for the Southern market gives him advantage*.
He will be pleased to eee hi* friends a* above.
my8—eoaSw
A PEEP nfTO_FUTURITY! ‘
BAD. HOXZIABO
lias purchased, at an enormous expense, a won
derful instrument of French Invent,on bv which
she is enabled to take n fac-simile miniature of
Tlae Pereea Tom will Barry!
awn »v nan
ABTROLoOICaL POWERS,
Can voanrxi t.
THE DAT* OF TH* HAPPY EVENT!
Send her your age, color of your hair and eyia,
and whether of light or dark roaptexiou.
Endow If ceatn ind stamped envelope to
ROflA BONZIANO, Poat-oBre, Dbtioit, Mich.,
and abe will wnd the miniature by return tost,
my 13—It*___
MILLnEBl’.-Bn A. A. Route
wrfffht invites :he attention or her La
dy customer* and the ptblic to the fact that abe
bjs just receive, d! ect from the North, un ele
rsnt sssortaeuti f M1LINERY GOODS, of the
latest Styles and Fashions, and which can be
,eea by calling on bar. at the comer of Main
and let stmt. So nth* Ida, where she has, by the
kiadnew of friends, located temporarily.
myl9— Iw*
PHILA. APVEBTISEBEWTg.
WHITNEY GLASS WORKS,
ULAMNHOMO, 31. J„
Established in 1775.
WHITNEY BROTHERS,
No. MB Wil.Nl'T STRKKT, PIH.4DU7B1A,
Manufacturer* of
VlaU, Mottles, Jars, Demijohn*.
Cnrboys, etc.
ALSO :
WINDOW, PICTURE, COACU AND DOUBLE
TniCK SHEET GLASS,
fj" Eve*y variety and ahtde of color made and
ent to order._n>y!3—lm.
DRY GOODS
FOB WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TRADE.
NEW goods'T~m\ TRICES
Cl'KH'ES, STODDART A BRO.
Are In daily receipt of aeaaonable
DRY GOODS
From the New York and Philadelphia
PA31C Al'CTIOHI SALES.
Black Dreaa Silk*,
Fancy Dreaa Sllka,
Spring and Summer Dree* Gooda,
Mouseline l>e La nea,
Black and Colored Alpaca* |
ShawU, Cloaks,
Goods for Men and Bov* .Wear,
Mourning Goode,
Furnishing gooda,
Table Liner.*,
Counterpane*
Blanket*, Ac., Ac..
Domestic Gooda,
Sheeting and Shirting,
Muslin*. Call roe* and Gingham*. Ac., Ac.
Our large and varied trade enable* ua to pur
cha e any description of Good* which are user.
heed at auction, and tender* our establishment
one of the moat popular in Philadelphia tor fan •
Uy custon.
To proaecnto an active trade, we aell all kind*
of rood* at a small advance on anction pilcea.
CCRWEN. STODDART A BRO.,
450, 453 and 454 Nortu 3d.
aplS-dlm PHILADELPHIA, PA.
STUART & PETERSON,
PHILADELPHIA, Pa„
Manufacturi re ot
ENAMELLED, tinned and plain
Hollowware
Alto, a variety of other articles tollable for Iht
HARDWARE IRADE.
COOKING, PARLOR AND HEATING
STOV Efi,
of the moil improved patterut
ALWAYS u AT ti A ti V.
apl7—3m
[SPECIAL NOTICE.)
tf Hair I proofed from all part* of the
body in five minutes, without injury to the skin,
by "UPHAM’3 DEPILATORY POWDER." Ash
or s*nd for ‘U pham's Depilatory Powder," and
take no other. Price $1. Mailed to any address
for 91 36, by
K C. UPHAM,
36 Sooth Eighth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
(SPECIAL NOTICE.)
f3" I'rerklet, Tun umd l*lruple*
removed at once, by the use of "UPHAM'S
FRECKLE, TAN one PIMPLE BANISHER.”—
Price 60 cents. Mailed to an* address for 75
rente,by H. C. UPHAM,
36 South Eighth street. Philadelphia, Pa.
(SPECIAL NOTICE.)
K3* The Jannirie Hnlr Slain
colon tut Hair, whisker* and Moustache a
beautiful biaok or blown. It consists of only
one preparation. Color will not fude or wash
out. Onlv 50 cents a box. Mailed to any ad
dress for 76 cents, by F. C. UPHAM,
35 South Eighth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
apl7— ImMon.ThuAKat
T1SHWANG.
THE 1*KHAT ClinENE kiltie.
DY f .r disesiet cf a piivate nature; put up
in boxes, iu lorenger form, has m bad odor, or
bad taste can be carried in the vest pocket with
perfect talety and Is a sure cure for disuses of
a private nature. From oae t • three boxes will
perf ,rm a cu e. Price II a box or three bole*
fort 3 60. Sold by ail druggists, or tent by mall
to an; address, on receipt ol the money, by
JOHN J. KROMER,
my 11—3m 403 Ch'stnutat., Philadelphia.
■ in. nm.iar r»1 UC Oiu
I / eat and most reliable medicine for the cure
of Spermatoohiea, Seminal Weakness, Loss of
Power, Ac. This medicine has stood the test
of over thirty years aud has always proved a
success *
Dr. Hand's Specific is exhibited in the form
of pilla, 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 bowel* from laking any kind of
pills. The Specific of Dr. Hand is not Intended
as an evacuating medicine. Its medicinal vir
tues are expended entirely npon the Impaired re
generative organa. The pills are not unpleasant I
to the taste, and many person* masticate them
with impunity before swallowing them, which
Plan we would always recommend, a* afferdiug
the speediest way to get the effect «f the remedy.
Price 11 per box, or aix boxes for $o. Sold by
Diuggists everywhere. JOHN* J. KRd.MER.
Wholesale Agent, 4»>3 Chestnut Btreet,
my 2— 3ra Philadelphia, Pa.
Rl> KEN.IEWJ* it'r«Eb7^Thi
inebriate may now bid defiance to the temp}
ting cup. Dr. Zane's antidote for strong drink
is a certain cure for drunkenness. It creates a
dislike for strong drink, aud can be administered
without the knowledge of the patient.
Descriptive circulars sent to any Address. For
sale by all respectable druggists in the Ui ited
States and Canadas. Price |1 per box, or pack
ages of aix boxes for 45.
JgHN J. KRONER
Wholesale Agent. 4U3 Cbe.tuut Street,
my 2—3m * Philadelphia Pa.
KBOMER’N HAIR III'e.—fifty
CENTS A BOX.—Boxes larger than dyes
that tell for 41. Natural, durable, beautiful.—
Wirmtcd to please. Thia 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, aud the material composing it will
not Injure the most delicate hair. Bold by
druggista and fancy goods dealers everywhere.
JOHN J. KKUMER.
Sole Proprietor, 4"S Chestnut Street,
my 3—3m Philadelpliit.Pa.
NEW CREEK COMPANY?
THE annual meeting of the stockholder of
this company will take plate on MONDAY
the 8th day or May, next: at 13 o’clock, noon, at
tbleoflca, No. 311. Walnnt street Philadelphia,
where an election will be held for five managers
for the enanlng year
BTANLY G. HYLTON,
PsiuiDKLrnu, April 10, 1865. Secretary.
aprI8—1m
100 *"<■«
100 barrels Potatoes.
60 firkins New York State Dairy
batter.
Just received and for sale at low prices, togeth
er with a genera) as-ortment of Groceries and
Fancy Goods, at the Iron Front htore. on Gover
nor stre«t, formerly occupied by D. P. Halford 4
Co. A. BANNEY.
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HALT. A DTERTISEHEHTI.
Spring and Summer Importation,
1S63
RIBBUN, MILLINERT AND STRAW
GOODS.
ARMSTRONG, CATOR & CO.,
IMPORTERS AM) SO«8IK8 OE
Bibbona,
Bonnet Silkt,
Ruchei,
Fiowira,
Faathere,
Straw Bonnet*,
Flat*’, etc-,
No. 23T, Baltimori Br., Baltimore, Mo.
Oder r stock nnsarpiRMl In the United Hula*
in variety and cbeapneis.
tr Orders sollotted and prompt attention gt»
eu.
JJ" Terms : Cash net. J£t
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a WOLFSHEMER & BRffJ
MANUFACTURERS OF
MEN'S AND BOYS'CLOTHING,
934 W. Baltimore Mlreet,
my II—3w* IIAI.TUIUME, Md.
lsTELLMANN, HINRICHS&CO.
inPORTERS AID
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 31 Hanover Strut,
Baltimore.
Beg to direct the at'ention ol the trade to their
large and well assorted stock of
FO&EION A DOMESTIC FANCY DRY GOODS
Viz: Hosi ry, Glove*, Worsteds,
Cot sets. Patent Threads Skirt Braids
Elastic Cords and Braids, .Suspenders,
Traveling Shl.ts, Hoop Skirt*,
Spool Cottons. Ac. Ac.
All of which will be sold at pricea frilly corres
ponding with the heavy decline in the gold pro
mium and foreign exchange. inyl3—3m
ST* N LEY Ac CO,
IMPORTER’S AND DEALERS IN
TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON,
WIRE, 1.EAM PIPE.
AND METALS GENERALLY.
No. SO. lJelat Ntreel,
opposite water si keet.
iny 10—91* MAETJMORE.
PAPER IIANUINOS
AMP
GOLD WINDOW SHADES,
All Qualities nad Varieties.
EJ-ORl>EKS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 43
HOWELL A BROTHERS,
my 6— 2w 300 Baltimore Street, Baltimore.
4NO P. PLEAN1NTN A SONS,
Tobacco Commission Merchants,
62 80CTH 8T., BALTIMORE. MIL.
Will receive ami give their attention ae hereto*
fore to ell consignments directed to their rare.
Manufactured Tobacco should be forwarded
in Bond in order that it may he sold either for
export or consumption.
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COPPEK.***Tlie undersigned agents for
the Gunpowder Copper Works, have in
warehouse a full assor went o' Brazier’s and
Sheathing Sheets, Copper Bolts, Nails, Rivets,
Ac.
tp Pattern Sheets, Circles. Ac., made to order.
pope a eai.E,
T5 Smith’s Wharf,
mylO—eodlm _ Baltimore.
WASirai ADVERTISEMENTS.
C. D. ETTINGER t CO.
(Solicitor* oftioTernmeut dolma,
496 TWELFTH STRUT,
Box 422. WASHINGTON, D. C.
Tf A representative wanted in Richmond,
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IMPORTANT TO ARM ¥
OFFICER*.
Jamas B Coit, Attorney at Law.
Late Major 14th Conn. Inf., 2d Corps.
Edoar A. Nickels,
I.ateCapt. 11th Maine Inf., 10th Corps.
E. A. NICKELS & CO.,
Nnllainl Army and .Nary C laim
Agency.
Seventh Street, Corner of D.
Post Office Box 494.
Washington. t>. C.
ESTABLISHED 1804.
With the best of facilities for tbe prosecution
of Military and Naval Claims against the Gov
ernment w# can promise accuracy And si»oedy
i settWmantR.
Carsful ai'entlon given to the settlement of
Officer*' accounts.
(Tains for Ilorass and Equipment* lost killed
#r captu'< d la the public service, collected with
deepatch.
Military Reference#—Officars 3d and 24th Ar
my Corp*•
Civil Roferencee—Members of Congn-a* from
Maine and Connecticut
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WILLARD’S HOTEL,
Washington, D. O.
Ml KEN, CHADWICK At CO.,
Proprietor*#,
( LATE OF GIRARD HOUSE, Pbiaadilphia.)
f ap26—eodly ]
JOHN R El,VANS 4 CO.,
DEALERS IN '
HARDWARE AND NET.4LS.
13* Office and Store No. 9(9 Pennsylvania Ave
nus, between 8th and 10th Streets
13“ Warehouse# No#. 901,003, 3*6 C Street, and
87 and 86 Louisiana Avenue, Waahiagton, D. C.
L. H. Hopkins, i
J. R. Eltans, >
C. B. Pkakbon, ) my 8—3m.
“07 ZIMMEKMAN4 CO,
No. 530 Seventh Street, between
Loaitiaua Avenue and D St.,
ea»t side, Washington,
D. C.
SOFA.S, OHA.IR8,
Parlor Sets, Chamber Seta,
AND
Dreeing Bureaus.
Hair, husk, excelsior and spring
MATTKB3SE5 constantly on hand and
made to order, wholeaale and retail, and aold at
price* that cannot fall to give astiafaction.
tj** All ordare promptly filled. Furniture pack
ed and ahipped on the moat reasotable terms.
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RICHMOND WHIG.
MONDAY MORNING.MAY 16,1806.
PRENII>E*T JTOHXMOft’M
VIEWfi (H THE ">i:UB»
<tUE9TIO!*.”
HIS REPLY TO THE ADDRESS OF A
DELEGATION OF COLORED PAS
TOHS.
According to appointment, a delegation of
colored pastors waited upon the President
at 2 o’clock on Thursday, and were received
in his usual urbane manner. The Rev. Dr.
Turney introduced the delegation in a brief
address, in the course of w hich he said :
it is hut natural that they should desire,
In behalf of themselves and of those whom
they shall labor, a position equally favorablo
to that of others for the enjoyment of these
lacilities and ot all others which pertain to
the rights and privileges of a common man
bond. They wish me to say to you, sir, that,
if the Government will “deal truly’’ with
the colored people of these States, it will,
for all the purpeses for which the nation ex
ists, bind them to itself as with a three-fold
cord that is not easily broken.
THE PRESIDENT’S REPLY.
In response to what you have said on this
occasion as the representative and organ ot
those colored men who stand about you, 1
presume it is hardly necessary for me to In
fjrm them of as to what my course has been
iu reference to tneir condition. 1 imagine
there is not a colored man within the reach
vf information hut has to some extent been
inlonncd upon, aud placed in possession of a
knowledge of the course 1 have pursued
in the past iu relerence tJtbtlr present con
ditio!.
Now I shall talk to them plainly. They
know I have been born and raised in a slave
State; that 1 have owned slaves, raised
slaves, but I never sold one.
They kuow, I presume, that my slaves
have been made tree, and that there is a
ditleience in the responsibility that persons
have taken in reference to emancipation
when living in or out of slave States. It is
very easy tor a man who lives beyond the
borders to talk about the condition oi color
ed men, when in fact they know little about
it. They know they have some fiiends who
(•..oi uu onriliullr t.,wild them and who live
beyond the Southern lines. They know,
too, there are men who, though they have
beeu masters, yet (eel as deep an interest in
and regard for them, and would do as much
for their elevation and amelioration as those
who live anywhere else.
1 feel it would be unnecessary for me to
state what 1 have done in this great cause
of emancipation. 1 have ttood in their
midst, met their taunts and jeers, and risk
ed all In the s'.ape of property, life, aud
limb—not that I would cisim anything to
myself in establishing, sustaining, Hnd car
rying out the great principle that man could
not own property In mau. 1 was the first
that stood in a slave community aud an
nounced the great fact that the slaves of
Tennessee were free upon the same princi
ple as those were who assumed to own them.
1 know it is easy to talk and proclaim sen
timents upou paper, but it is one tbing to
have theories and another to reduce them
to practice ; and i must say here, what 1
have no doubt is permanently fixed in your
minds, and the impression deep, that there
is one thing you ought to teacu, and they
should understand, that in a transition state,
passing from bond to free, when the tyrant’s
rod has been bent and the yoke broken, we
find too many—it is best to talk plain—there
are, I say, too many in this transition state,
passing from bondage to freedom, who feel
as if they should have nothing to do, and
tall back upon thediovernraent for support;
too many inclined to become loafers aud de
pend upon the Government to take care of
them. They seem to think that with free
dom everything they need is to come like
manna from Heaven.
Now, I want to Impress this upon your
minds that freedom simply means liberty
to work and enjoy the product of your own
hands. This is the correct definition of
freedom, in the most extensive sense of the
term.
There is another tiling; and I have been
surprised that people beyond the lines have
not pressed upon you this important idea.
It is easy in Congress and from the pulpit
North ami South to talk about polygamy and
Brigham YouDg, and debauchery of various
kinds, but there is also one great fact, that
four millions of people lived in open and
notorious concubinage. The time has come
when you must correct this thing. You
know what 1 say is true, and yon must do
something to correct it by example as well
as by words aud professions.
It is not necessary for me to give you any
assurance ot what toy luluro course will I e
in relercnce to your couditiou. Now, when
the ordeal is passed, there can he no reason
to think that 1 shall turn back in the great
cause in which 1 have sacritlced much, aud
perilled all.
I cau give you no assurance worth more
than my course heretofore, aud 1 shall con
tinue to do all that I can for the elevation
and amelioration of your condition; aud I
trust in God the time may soon come wheu
you shall be gathered together, in a clime
and couutry suited to you, should it be
found that the two races cannot get along
together.
I trust God will continue to coodnct us
till the great end shall be accomplished, and
tbe work reach its great consummation.
Accept my thaoks tor this manifestation
of your respect and regard.
MR. BOTTS’ HISTORY OF THE SKCES
SION MOVEMENT.
The Richmond correspondent of the New
York Tribune in his letter of the 8th instant,
says:
Every one is anxiously awaiting the ad
vent ol tha new State Government and the
resumption of law in the Old Dominion.—
The hope is very generally expressed that
John Minor Botts may be called upon to act
in some capacity in establishing the new
status, and nis once Hpurucd aud disregarded
counsel, will, it is believed, go very far to
ward harinon zing the le -lings of tneperple.
Tb) tact tnaytaot oe generally known tnat Mr.
Bottr, over a year ato, had prepared for pub
lication a b tuk, reviewing tbe pro*re*i ot Re.
belliou from 1832, aud embracing ao account
ot the disbolicai schemes of intriguing poll,
ticiaas both North and South, which re
sulted in the great contest just past. From
intimations of the character of the work it
is one which will not only prove highly in
teresting, but one whicn will astound and
startle tbe civilized world, exhibiting as it
will tbe selUsh depravity of ruar-y living and
diatinguisbed politicians. *ine publication
of the work was deferred by Mr. Botts until
the termination of the war, and there can
now be no reason why it shonld be longer
delayed. And while speaking of the book,
an Incident in connection with it will not be
inappropriate:
Prior t > the second arrest of Mr. B. by
tbe Rebel authorities here, he had taken
the precaution to deposit bis manuscript of
the book in tbe hands of a Unionist of the
city. When arrested at midnight, his pri
vate papers, with the exception of tbe MS.,
were seized and himself hurried away to
prison. On the day subsequent he wts vis.
tted by an officer of the prison, who dedred
to know whether he had concealed any doc.
menr.r previous to his arrest. Mr. Botts at
ODce replied tbat he had concealed one doc.
ument which he hsd no doubt the author!,
ties weald like to peruse. “What is it t”
eagerly queried the officer ; “I most have
it. ‘It is, returned Mr. B. placidly, ar.d
speaking slowly as he looked the officer full
A, HJ^ry °f the StctuUn.
M^ement and its Public and Secret Advo.
cates Mrthand South s.nce the days of Cal
houn “Where is it t we must have it,”
again exclaimed the officer, impatiently -
“\ou may have the MS. only ttn one condi
tion, and that is, that you bring to me Iroiu
your master, Jefferson Davis, a written affi.
davit, duly signed by himself, that he will
on receiving the MS., hand it over to The
Wht<7 and Jtsaminer to be published without
alteration or mutilation l” “But would you
dare to publish a work of such a characters
queried the officer. “Would I dare ?" re.
}’[led Bolt*' *‘I desire its publication.”
Hie officer seemed somewhat astonished at
Mr. Botts’ complacency, and inquired why
he desired its publication “Because by
® > 8*r*” replied Mr. Botts, solemnly ridoa
Irom his reclining position and shaking his
clenched lists in the officer’s face, ••because
its publication would create a revolution
within a revolution, tn which l cou'd take a
partIt is needless to say that Fugitive
Davis did not give Mr. Botts the required
assurance. This incident is given, not for
the purpose of glorifying Mr. Botts, lut
simply as a truthtdl circumstance to inti
mate the character of his book.
GEN. KOSECRA.NS’ VIK^ON “ Mi-Xl
CAN EMIGRATION.”
Major General Rosecrans visited tbe Rep
resentativea’ Hall in the Stale House at
Boston, Thursday, and at the close of the
session made a speech. He said •
I perceived in large letters in the newspa
pers to-Jay that “General Rosecrans is go
ing to rtise twenty-tive thousand men to go
to Mexico.” General Rosecrans is not go
ing to do any such thing. [Applause I—
General Rosecrans thinks tbai tbe soldier*
who have fought this great battle to iree.
dom have done it with more patriotic mo
tives than have ever been seen before f»i>
plause]; and I do not think that our young
men, who have distinguished themselves in
the annals of all time, will permit them
selves to bo misled, or should be misled from
their high and honorable course into any
buccaneering expedition.” (Loud applause |
The General lurther said ho hoped to se..
public opinion directing our voum? men im..
the channels of peaceful industry, iu which
he proposed to set an example. “I have
taken occasion to make these remarks bc
oiuse 1 saw, wh“n in Washington, uien will,
ing to start something or other—men whose
advancement hitherto has not been sufficient
to gratify their ambition. Rut if you exam
inc the names of those mentioned in the ad
vertieeraents, you will Hud they are third
rate fellows, who are not worth a snap, and
that our common soldiers were worth a dozen
of them. [Loud applause.]
At the close of the speech three rousing
cheers we e given for Gcu. Rosecrans and
three for the Army of the Cumberland.
Thomas Martin, a guerrilla, received a
pardon from President Johnson, as he was
being led to the gallows in Cincinnati on the
5th instant.
The Commercial Bulletin,
A FIRST CLASS
DAILY HEWhPAPEU,
AND
conn EHCIAL DIRECTOR I.
CONTENTS:
EDITORIALS,
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS,
STOCK MARKETS
OF THE FRINCIFAL CITIES OF TflK
UNITED STATES,
AND
GENERAL INFORMATION
ON ALL SUBJECTS.
News Agent* with the Armies, as well as New*
Dealers generally, will be furnished with tte
Commercial Bulletin in any number and at
moderate prices. Orders should he rent in a*
early the evening before publication as possible.
Subscriber* can have the Bulletin left at their
private residences by leaving their names at the
counting room, corner of Governor and Franklin
streets.
Single copies five cent*.
Liberal discount to the trade. For sale at a 1
the news depots.
BAILEY. WEPDERBUBN, A CO ,
my 12—eod8t_ Proprieties
f. McDowell a" co ,
liavs JCST OFCNBD AT
P. K. WHITE'S OLD STAND,
Mo, 79 Minin Nlreet,
A LARGE and elegant assortment of Ladit*
rid Children’s Sboes and Gaiters Men and
Boys loots and Shoes.
also :
A very fine assortment of For, 8traw and Wool
Hata, nil of which they will sell at a very saat!
advance on New York prices. myli—lw
Jl MT Received hi UOS Urontl
Street between 4th and 6th ft eats, a splendid
consignment of H ATS, CLOTHING and (riJNT>5
FURNISHING GOODS, consisting ol
2(60 Black and Neutr» Hats, for men, boy s
and children latest styles.
!00 dozen Fancy Shirts and otter Furnish
ing Goods.
And a beautiful line of saitable Clothing for
civilians and military men all of which is offer
ed at wholesale and retail at Baltimore prices
Call and are ns.
LEON SCHAAP, So 206 Bn ad street
mylt—iw_
¥e~w bonnets,
JUBT ARRIVED FROM
NEW YORK,
And can be seen for a few day* only at the
store of
T. D. 4*1 able*,
222 Ilroad street, between Third and Fourth.
A CHOICE and rich aaaortineut of Summer
nL Millinery, Ladiea and Children’s Fancy
Hata, of the newest shapes; LACES, VEILS,
RIBBONS, and also a few Hoop Skirts.
Ladies are invited to call early, aa the display
will only last a few day*.
T. D. QUARLES,
my!3—3t*222 Broad street,
^MULLMU.
When I was a little boy.
’Ere I had learned my book, ;
I felt an itch lor angling
In every little brook.
I have just received a very large assortment
of every article for the ang era’ nee. «nch aa Lim
erick, Virginia and Kirby FI8H HOOKS, Cotton
and Linen LINES, SINKERS. Ac., Ac.
james walsh,
mylO—ft*_GnnMaker, 60 Main »treet._
MOST REMARKABLE In ita effects, and meet
useful in i'.i application, the Fragrant
hUZOPONT haa become the most nonnlar Gen
tifrioe in existem e. 'Tie used and praised by
everybody.
Sold by all Drnggesta and Perfnawre.
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