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ICHMOND WHIG
SATURDAY MORNING...JUNK 24,1865
ADJOURNMENT OP TEE LEGISLA
TURE.
The Lsgialatnre adjourned- last evening, star
Pin, after & quiet Miaioa of five daya. All the
me iso re* required by Governor Peirpoint to as
sist hia in the work of reconstructing the State
Government were passed and they elicited little
or no debate In their paaasge. It was eminently
a working Legislature. Lieutenant Governor
t'jwper, of the Senate, showed himself a presid
ing officer of experience and tact, sun qreitly
expedited the discharge of business by his ra.id,
off-hand disposal of business. The members re
turn home on the steamer this morning.
THE MEETING TO.SIGHT.
We hope there will be a full attendance at the
City Hall to-night, at 8 o'clock. This meeting
aay prove of vast importance to the people of
Richmond in its results. It la only by concert of
notion that the property-holders can make an im
pression upon capitalism which will induce them
to land their assistance to the individual efforts
that may be made to rebuild substantial edifices
on the sites of the burn; district.
One import >nt duty of the meeting will be the
appointment of an infiaential deputation to pro
ceed to Washington and repie-ent to the Presi
dent the necessity of liberalising h is amnesty so
that persons owning more than |h»,000 worth cf
proparty may be at liberty to improve orse 1 their
real fatale.
ORGANIZATION OF CITIES.
the Legislature passed a bill yeat <rday author
ising the Governor to proceed in the tame man
ner with the organization of cities, corporations
and courts of hustings as was prescribed iu the
ordinance attached to the Constitution for or
ganising the counties of this Commonwealth.—
In accordance with this enactment, it will be the
duty of the Governor to issue his proclamation
declaring vacant all the civil and military offices
in Richmond and other cities in Virginia, 'this
proclamation must be accompanied by a writ of
election directed to one or more commissioners,
not exceeding three. All or any of said comma
•loners may act, and they are vested with power
to do all and everything that a sheriff and county
court have now to do iu holding an election for
county officers, according to laws now in force.—
“ All officers elected under this ordinance shall
eater noon their duties immediately upon elec
tion and qualification and the fraction of the
year between the time of hia elect ion and the
time at which hia office shall expire thall be
coanted tor one y ear.”
issue the proclamation required by this act, and
by the 4ih of July our citizens may again rejoice
In the poMtewion of a municipal Government. —
The Governor will doubtless prescr be tlie short
est possible legal Interval between th> date of hi*
writ and the day of election, so that the stuii
chaotlc state of attain in our cities—Richmond
especially— may continue bat a short time
longer. Candidates should prepare their cards,
aad the voters diaqaslilieu by participation iu
the war again*! the United .Mates should forth
with go before a uotary. and make the entraa
chising oath if they wish to take part in the ap
proseking election. ^ \
SEtiEXADK T» Ho.V. JOSEPH SE*iA ti
ff IS SPEECH OX THE OCCASIO X.
On Thursdaymght, between s and 9 i clock,
several personal friends of Uon. Joseph hegar.
Senator elect from Virginia to the United States
Congress, complimented that gentleman with a
serenade by the 4th Massachusetts Baud, at the
Moaameaiai Hotel. The music attracted a con
sideraale throng in front or the hotel. After the
band hid performed several airs, Mr. Segar was
called for He came forward to the jMirti o ou
9th street and proceeded to address the assem
blage.
The following Is a sketch of Ills opening re
marks :
Fellow*!! zens ’ U!e<.sc 1 be Clod, we are fel
low-citizen* again. The time ha* b.vn when 1
could not thus address you , but thank God ten
thousand times, we are fellow-citizen* once
more. From piney Maine to golden California
we are now again one people and not two pen
pie. Bnt. fellow-citizens, why call upon me tor
a Speech? It Is true I have liorne an humble
part in resisting thia *• cruel war, and I glory in
uiy iuuioet soul that I did *o Why. I ask, do
yoe call opoa a despised aud vituperated indi
vidual ? Is It because, in the darkest hoar of
ou country's history, 1 stood by the -Stars and
Stripes - [Applause.] Are I of sufli lent im
portance to be thua invite.] to address you I Why
disturb rny slumbers, and debar me from dream
ing sweetly of the future prospects of our glori
ous country, over which peace once m^re pre
vails’ Yea, "thus cruel war is over," and.
tha uk God. that ktreat1 of blood which reddened
•very s'Team from the Potomac to the Ri > Grande
has cenaed to flow. Then, why call'upon this
bumble vituperated friend of the Union? Do
you expect me to make a speech ’ - 1 am cot
on the foot" as the saying is I don't feel in the
mood of making a speech.' Like the ~ rebellion,"
1 am broken down. woru out. [A voice—•* Play
ed out "]
Fellow-citizens—1 am hereto aid thia compact
and glorious little Leglslatare of the restored
gevernment In these wotk of reconstruction and
reorganization. I am glad that they have this
‘ day. by one little act. restored citizenship and
suffrage to a large portion or the people of Vir
ginia. But. gen-iemeu. what am I to speak of’
What does this call meaa 1
A Vvtce— l his is a compliment to you f r your
fidelity to the Union eod th> c-tirs and "Stripes.
(Applause.)
Mr. .9egar (resuming) Why. f.-llow citizens, i
, don’t deservo say credl for that nor do I take
any to myseli. I have loved the Stars and
Stapes irom my ooyaooa—irom uie ame i coma
read I have loved that glorious banner as I loved
the milk that came from my mother’s bosom and
gave me life. I say, fellow-citizens that 1 de
serve do credit for the humble position I occu
pied as a Union man. The road wss as p .sin to
me as the road to tne parish church. It was ra
diant with grandeur and glory, aud when I saw
that road thus looming up before me I was bound
to travel it.
Then wae aco h-r road wh ch iny trends said
I oBght to travel. It was a boggy and craggy
road, rprinklel with blood at every step, ruins
on every side. On this r >a l you would meet the
wid ,w and orphan bewailing the l.»«t and loved.
That road led to senenion and disunion, and I
could not And it la my heart to follow it. l et
tue tell you in a practical way—for 1 am a prac
tical man— how 1 argued with my friends, and
*. they with me. They would say.“You live Vir
* ginia, aud if you take the Union road voa w ill
cut loose from your native Stale, and when you
get to the ead of your road had a halter around
yourneck”—and, by the way. I did come very
near it. I told them they would lind themselves
encompassed by ruin, aud, when they got to the
end ot their road, would'nt have a Digger left.—
(Laughter ) Who got the best i-f it 1
t know 1 was right. I hai e l**en told— (he pres*
have reiterated it—that I warn U.-uet) mySt.te—
that I d sened the State in which 1 w is born and
r« red. Kellow-eitizeu' what l have done, 1 have
done m pursuance of the lommaa-da of my Stnte.
When I came to the two d-verging roads, one
• leaiiing to Union the other to Disunion I found a
great side board, on which was written in char
acters of living light that tin- blind might read
“You, Joaeph S gar. are one of my son* whom i
have a right to command. You must regard the
Constitution of the Unite! State* as the supreme
law of the land, anything in my Constitution and
law* to the contrary notwithstanding. ’
. So fellow-citizens,! have the proud ronscUias
neas of knowing that, however maligned, I have
never deeerted my native State. All the gold of
California can never rob me of the proud reflec
tion that I did not aid in bringing ruin and dis
tress upon this old Commonwealth—that I did not
separate myself from the mother who gave me
i rest in mv childhood who I would defend now,
so help me lind, provided her cause was good,
whose law* I have lived and prospered under, and
who gave me law* by the force of which I sided
in this civil war with the United States against
. the iand of my birth.
Mr. Ssgar continued at some length to discuss
the cause* and results of the war • uot by way of
reproach or taunt" but to vindicate h’mseif from
the detraction which bad been heaped upon him,
and to show that he did not err io opposing Seces
sion with nil the teal and energy he could com
mand.
• . After Mr. Segar concluded. Mr. Lemuel Reeve*
lately a member of the 2J New Jervey Cavalry
. and now a lawyer of BorJeutown, N. J . address
pd the audience la an animited *pee~h, which
wfti received with gnat favor by tboae preeent.—
' He developed a degree of conservatism and con
ciliation tow ards ths people of the Sooth, which
was quite refreshing In this era of radicalism and
■eetional bitterness.
This impromptu meeting was the first public
political gathering which has been held in Rich
mond since the war.
THE NEWS.
The Army of Georgia has been disbanded.
All the troop* not mustered out are transferred to
the Army or Tennessee.
Ford’s Theatre has just been sold to the Young
Men’s Christian Association of Washington, for
the sum of one hundred thousand dollar*.
The store-house of the Sanitary Commission,
•t Alexandria. Virginia, was entirely destroyed
by fire on Wednesday morning. It was a Urge
frame building.
The Hon. John P. Hale, the United States Min
ister to Spain, with his family have tailed for
England in the Aft tea.
Quite a aei ions mutiny broke out among the
troop* of Geoeral Bartlett's Division, Twentieth
Corps, encamped near Washington, on Tuesday
eveniug, in consequence of their noa-piymeut.
Officers from New Orleans report that Kirby
-Smith made nothing privately in cottou opera
tion*. but that he only used cotton to secure pay
aud subsiatence for hia army.
Gen. Dix has been ordered to Montreal on bu
siues* connected with the alleged conspirator! in
Canada. He will make a lortnal demand for
their extradition.
General Gordon was relieved from command at
Norfolk on Monday last and the city wa* restored
to civil rule, his successor being instructed to act
merely a* military commandant of the post.
Geuetal Thomas has ordered five thousand
bushels of corn to be distributed for the relief of
the iudigeut people in the northern counties of
Georgia.
The record* of the Confederate State* Treasury
Department, aud tho secret journal of the Pro
visional Congress are now iu General Wilson’s
possession, aud will be sent to Washington.
Mr. I harles Walsh of Chicago, convicted, by
the late military commission at Cincinnati, of
haviug been concerned iu a conspiracy to release
the Confederate prisoners tiom Camp Douglas
an-l aentenc.d t> live gears’ imprisonment lias
bean pardoned by the President.
The uhio Union State Convention met at Co
lumbus Wednesday, and nominated Gen. J. D.
Cox as candidate for Governor by acclamation.
A. S. McDurney, of Warren, was also nominated
for Lieutenant Governor, aud J. BrinkerholV Tor
Attorney-General.
President Johnson ha* Issued s proclamation
appointing Lewis K. Parsons Provisional Gov
ernor of Alabama. It* terms are precisely the
same a*, and idmtictl in language with, those
issued on Monday for Mississippi and Tex is.
During the reception of the returned volunteers
at Staten Island ou the 2l*t. a collision occurred
between the sold ers and citizens. A platoon of
soldiers tired upon the crowd. Lieut. Wilson, of
the bOth New York, was wounded, supposed
mortally. Two citizens and a soldier cf the !33>l
New York were wounded. Several persons were
injured by stones.
A meeting took place in Faneuii Hall. Boston,
on Wednesday, for the purpose of discussing the
question of reconstructing the Southern States.—
Resolutions were passed with a view to sheet
the policy of the Administration with regard to
reconstruction, demanding the sullragetor ne
groes and other privileges.
The transport Kentucky, with twelve hundred
paroled Confederate troops on hoard, struck a
• nag twelve miles below Shreveport, on the 9th
iust., and sunk immediately, flyer two hundred
livei were lost. The officer* of the vessel are
said to )>e to blame.
The rush to the White House on reception day*
continues unabated, and the Pieaident is the
busiest and hardest worked man in the country.
Everybody aeems to think that he is the man tj
liestow unlimited favors, to hear all complaints,
reasonable or unreasonable, aud right all wrong*,
real or fancied. He listens to all w ith patient
good hnmor, anJ sat isties all as far as it I s in his
power to do so.
Havana advices of Jane 17 announce the arri
val in that city of General Breckinridge, Colonel
Taylor. Captain Wilson. (Aid-de-Camp to Jeff.
Davis,} and General Slaughter. The party is un
derstood to have escaped from the Florida roast
in an open boat. They landed at CarJeuas,
whence Breckinridge was sent to Havana in
charge of a Spanish officer. He was treated with
great attention by the authorities.
.Mrs. Seward, wife of Secretary Seward, died
last Wednesday morning in Washington, after au
illness of about three weeks, from biliout fever,
induced in a great degree by her unremitting at
tention to her husband and son. She was about
sixty year* of age.
In the conspiracy trial on Wednesday. Mr. Do
ester read a paper In the case of Payne. He
considered that there was but this question —
How far the convictien of the prisoner, in doing
whst he tboaght was right. In attempting the
assassination of Secretary Seward, should miti
gate hi* punishment. The counsel excused the
crime as the result of his aonthern education.—
The accused was a fanatic, an enthusiast, a
hero, not a hired tool. Connsel said that apart
from llie crime committed, he had formed an es
timate of his character little abort of admiration.
Mr. Doester then read a statement from Atzerot,
saying that be was one of the party who agreed
to capture President Lincoln, but that when
Booth broached assassination be positively re
fused. Booth wanted him to murder Vice-Presi
dent Johnson, but this he peremptorily refuse!.
Mr. Aiken retd sn argument in favor of M»s.
Surratt. The Court then adjourned nntil Fri
day.
Additional foreign news has been received by
the Asia. President Johnson's Amnesty Procla
mation has been received in Knglsnd, and has
been diseuased by all the English papers The
Star regards the terms at wise and generous,
whiie the other papers denounce them as harsh.
The Aimy and Navy Gazette denounces the de
sign of the President as blood thirsty, but thinks
that he will shriak from exe -nting It. The Progres
sivc Party in the French Legislative body intend
to scad aa ad Iresa to President Johnson remind
ing him that the French Republic o( 1848 tboilsh
ed capital punishment for political ofi'encea.and re
commending the application of the stme princl
pie with regatd to our prisoners. The French
Legislative Body had an interesting debate on
the Mexican question, the opposition deprecating
the expedition, and apprehendlug complications
with the United states. The Government denied
that there was auy reason for apprehending such
complications. Cyrus W. Field has returned to
Loudon to arrange for the laying of the shore
end of the cable Mr. Lun ly ia a passenger by
the Asia, to get all ready at Heait'sContent. New
foundland. The Kmperr of France has returned
to Paris. The resignation of Prince Napoleon
has been accepted. All the warnings given to
the French press h-.ve been declared null and
void. _
busrn^lTf confederates in new
YORK.
We have received from Rev. B. T. Kastman, the
Army Agent of the Agerlcan Tract Society, the
following list of prisoners of war Lorn Virginia
who have died in or near New York since 6th
Inst.
Hudson Maxwell, 13th Virginia; Btvin H. Keep,
Robert Short. Regram'* Battery, Virginia; Wm.
H. May, M Murray, 6th Virginia; J. H. Ham
mock. 69tli Virginia; S. A. Johnson, 9th Virginia;
Henrv Gammon. 38th Virginia; James A. Cousins,
41st Virginia; Joaeph w. Clark, 531 Virginia;
Samuel W. Reese, 3d Virginia Battalion; Henry
Resuer, Coit’s Aitillery; W. B. Tyree, 13th Vir
ginia Cavalry.
Mr. Kastman, in a postscript to hia letter,which
is dated 17th in*L, says :
Two hundred and fifty released prisoners came
to this cite yesterday from Hart’s Island, and
many ot them an already on transports home
ward boned. Tha same number ere expected
daily till all are discharged. A large number
from Fort Delaware Blmira and Boston are also
passing through this city to the South.
RII8 UELLAA EOl’ §.
HEADQUARTER8 DISTRICT OF II ENRICO, l
Richmond, Va., June 23d, 1866, $
CilMKiL OBDBB9)
No. a j . „
Hereafter Provoet Marshals will arrest all men,
excepting those on duty, belonging to thU com
mand, found within the limits of the city with
out passes, as required by General Order* from
the Hd. Qre. 24th A. C.
II. All men so arrested will be sent to Castle
Thunder for (2) two deys labor upon tha streets.
By command of
Bt. Maj. 3en’l Tubnib.
je24-2t C. H. HURD. A. A. fl,
~H'QRS MILITARY DIV. OF THE JAMES, f
Richmond, Va., June 21,1866. S
Gbnebal Obdibs?
No. 11. $
I. All persons, as Quakers. Nsrarlnea and
others, who havetellgious scruples against taking
the ordinary oath, are permuted, in piece of
swearing, to affirm. Such affirmation i* ue bind
ing ss en oath, both in law and upon the con
science.
All officers, civil and military, in enforcing the
provisions of General Order No. 4 of April 28th,
current eerie*, will only require the affirmation
from persona who are unwilling, from religions
scruples, to take a formal oath.
II. ' Special applications on this inbject to these
Headquarters will no longer be acted on.
By order of Maj. Gen. H. W. Hallici
J. C. KELTON.
Je22—3t Assistant Adjutant General
Mi:i»l€AI. colleue of tih
G1NIA.— A mettiog of the Board of Visi •
tors of the Medical College or Virginia will be
held at the College on Wednesdat, July 12, to
Oil the vacancy in the Chair of Obstetrics, crea
ted by the death of Proreaeor Conway, and that
in the Chau of Surgery, created by the death of
Professor Gibson. Applications, accompanied by
Sroper testimonials may be addressed to the
oard of Visitors, car* or the nnderelgned.
By order of the President of the Board.
L. 8. J0YNE8, M D.,
Dean of the Faculty.
Richmond, June 12, 1866. [Je 13—3w
Dig 4F I'M 0.1 KOI 41. BA1K OF
Ireland. England,Switzerland and Germany
in sums to suit
Passage Ticket* by “ Inman," * Anchor Line,”
“ New York and Liverpool Steamers," and "Old
Black Star Line" of packets, for sale at the Ham
den Express Office, Main street. je 22—lw
TO HOTELN, tIKMCII AITS
AN1) OTHERS.—iMroBTANT to Thosi
Srlliso Good Cioaks.—The unprecedented sale
of our Cigars for home consumption, the renown
they have obtained wherever introduced, and the
large number of letters from all part* of the
country calling for samples and price lists, lias
induced us to put up sample boxes containing
the different brands of Cigar* ranging in price
from $30 to 1160 per thousand, which we will
send to any one. tree of post age, on receipt of
One Uollar. we prouuce our own in Ha
vana, and manufacture oar Cigar* in Havana.
We also nave a manufactory ill Philadelphia,
Pennsylvania. * >ur pure Yar*. our pure Havana,
our Havana and Yara. our Connecticut and Yarn,
and oor Connecticut and Havana Cigars.
We will pledge ourselves to psy Si 000 to any
man who csn produce their equal at any price.
All guaranteed to be according to svmple and to
give satisfaction, or money refunded.
To prevent imitation, all boxes containing our
Cigars will be labelled with our photograph and
signature.
A box containing ten Cigars of different brands
with wholesale prices, will be sent free of postsge
on receipt of One Dollar. Address
MB DEAN
413 Chestnut it., Philadelphia. Pa.
U* 'i bis house has no connection with any
other house in the United States. AU letters
must be addressed to M. H. DEAN, 413 Chestnut
street, Philadelphia. je 33—3t
~CASH PAID FOR
Boot's Kasf>. Old Iron, (op|M*r,
Brass and Lead,
in large or small quantities. by
FABIAN, RYAN & FARRELL,
at their store, No. 14, Fifteenth Street.
between Main and Cary, or
Wharf at Rocketts, next Canal Lock.
JeS3—1m
Continental Bank Note Comp’y
MAMRLF. IUJIIJDIHU,
142 144 A 14b GREENWICH, COR. OF LIBF.R
TY STREET,
HKW YORK.
ENGRAVERS AND PRINTERS OF THE NA
TIONAL BANKING CURRENCY.
Engraving and Printicg
BANK NOTES, CERTIFICATES OF STOCK
AND DEPOSIT, BONDS. DRAFTS, BILLS
OF EXCHANGE, STAMP3 AND COM
MERCIAL PAPERS OF A L L
KINDS IN THE HIGHEST
STYLE OF ART.
Particular attention will be given to the exe
cution of Certiorate* of tftoclc fur
Haaks, Mlniag, Petroleum, Coal
and other Corporatioa*.
A large and extensive assortment of designs
adapted tor the us* of Stock Companies always
on hand or engraved to ordar.
The facilities of the Coatlaeatal Baa k
Hote Compaay for the execution of orders
promptly, and In the highest degree of artistic
skiil are unsurpassed.
EDWARD E. DUNBAR,
President.
Address
EDWARD P. MOORE,
Secretary.
je 13—codim
WM. SMITH BROWN & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
and wholesale dealers in
B(X)TS AND SHOES,
K«. S3 Chamber* Street,
(Two doors East of Messrs. A. T. Stewart A Co.,
NEW YORK.
llsTiag continued our bustness without cessation
during the war, we are now prepared to renew our
trade Ta. the Southern States, and luelte the attention
of all ca,h buyers to our Stock, which will be prepared
with special reference to the wants of the trade.
ESTABLISHED IN Hit. [myiu--eod2»
small, HBAJIHALIs * CO.,
37 PKARI. STREET,
NEW YORK,
Will act a* Agents for
THE MERCHANTS OF RICHMOND
And elsewhere, for the purchase and sale of
DRV GOODS,
CLOTHING,
PRODUCE,
And til class*-* of Mercli*ndiae.
»y36—eo3m
JOS &TERN
XCliSTIFIC ASl> PRACTICAL OPTICUS,
Late of the firm or Fraukltn A Co., at the City 8aTiugl
Bank otBce, will suit erery age and impaired Tlslon
with his well known
PBKISCOPIC SPECTACLES.
Also a good assortment of Magnifying Glasses, Ther
mometers, Opera Olasses, Compasses, Ac., Ac.
JEWELLERS SUPPLIED ON LIBERAL TERMS.
Mo. U Main street,
inySl--ly At Mr. U. Jacobs Dry Goods Store.
i'i.oi)B-fi.oi;k.
r AA bbl*. Family
»)UU 600 bbl*. Extra
500 do Super
Butter, Cheese
Lumlier, Lime
Lathes and Shingle*,
. Just receired. and will Ire »old at lower price*
than ever before known in Richmond, by
F. McBOWELL A COt,
je 23— lwNo. 73 Main st,
LI MRER. LINR AND NAILM.
60 bbla of No. 1 Baltimore Lime.
100 keg* Nalls,
50.000 feet White Pine Oiling*.
35.000 do do do Floorings,
35 000 do Yellow do do
Partition*, Sidings and Dressed Lumber of the
best quality, coaatnntly on band and for sale by
SHATTUCR A CO..
at Mcsar*. Green A Allen's Lumber Yard,
| j*3l—lm corner 71 b and Grace street*.
} CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE.
i rj-To the Voter* of the City of
■ Richmond »—1 respectfully announce my
self a candidate for re election to the office of
High Constable of the City of Richmond.
jg34 tde (IE'J. A. FREEMAN.
SHERIFF OF RICHMOND.—At the solicito
tlon of many voters of the city of Richmond,
1 announce myself a Candidate for the oflice or
SHERIFF, and if It should be their pleasure to
elect me, I promise to uie nijp bent eflorte to cim
charge the duties of the office. „
je20_tde WM. N. TINfeLE^.
PCRNONAL.
TEFORMATION WANTED OF LOUISA JOHNSON
1 (colored', wife of Monroe John.ou. Said »™‘»»
w« eold logo to Richmond, \ a.. Uo thj-, H^r.njof 1*«.
Office of Prov. Mar., 3d Cong DIM.,
Jo’--d30t New York.
TNFORMATION WAMTED-ot JOSEPH M CARRET.
1 who served under th« »«Bumed name of JoShPH
F1TZUKKALD, In the Eighth Regiment of Malue \ nl
uuteere. Company F. The last heard of him ws* slier
the battle of Cold Harbor, when ho ws* seen with a
comrade of his. He Is snppo.ed to have been tesen
prisoner alter the above bailie. Any lutormntlon con
cerning his whereabouts will be thankfully received
and liberally paid Tor, by addressing Euwakd (.akkkt,
care of New York AVies, New Vork.jolO--eodl»t
WANTS.
AL.AWY, who left Virginia about a year
ago. desires a situation as Governess m a
private family, or several families joining. One
preferred immediately, or by the 1st ol Septem
ber. Reference as to capability. Ac. For par
Honiara address
H. N. K.,
jc24—U* Bo* 94, Lancaster, Pa.
FOR RENT.
FOK RENT.—A large three story BRICK
STORE HOUSE, corner Eighteenth and C.ry
streets. Possession given immediately.
Apply to W. II. PARRISH A CO.,
je24— 2t 17th atreet. bet. Main and Cary.
I TOR RENT.-A very pleasautly located
’ brick dwelling HOUSE, containing ten
rooms, with gas, front and back porchea, kitchen,
smoke-house. stable, well and hydrant water Ac.,
at the corner of Adams and Leigh street*.—
These are very desirable premises, having line
shade and fruit trees, large front yard w ith flow
ers, and a large garden, which, if properly man
aged, will yield enough veget.tbles lor a large
family. 'J he location is very healthy, quiet and
retired, and yet very nearto business. Anply to
THOS. J. BAGBV,
Real Estate Agent and Commission
Merch*nt. No. 8 Fifteenth street,
je34—2t between Main and Frauklir.
ROO.ttM FOR RLNT.-Two very de
sirable unfurnished ROOMS, on first floor,
with gas and privilege of bath room, will be
tented to one or two single gentlemen. Location
near the ** Female ln>)tUiite''( Headquarters). For
additional information inquire at the counting
room of the Whig. je23—8t
BOARD.
BOARDING.—Two gentlemen or gentleman
and lady, can procure BOARD, with furnish
ed room, by applying at onco at Mrs. HOFF
MAN’S, on 2d street, 2 doors north of Main, west
aide.
Terms 110 per week. je24—2t*
FOR SALE.
STEAMBOAT FOR SAI.K OR CHAR
TKB—A STEAMBOAT of the following dimen
sions: length 130 feet, breadth of beam 21 feet,
depth of bold 7 feet, draft of water 2 feet 10 iu
ches, beam engine of 34 iuch cylinder. Is suita
ble for a passenger boat, and has not lieen in
Government employ. For further particulars en
quire of Captain of steamer Fort Royal at Rock
etts._jo 23-6t*
The Re) and Fixtures for Sale,
Aio. 10? Broad Street,
LADIES’ SHOE STOKE.
je22—3t*(»■ DUNHAM.
SHOWCASE and COUNTER for sale.-The
Showcase is nn upright, very elegant, ailvei
plated one, with glass all round, and two pi (le
gists shelves in it The counter suitable lor Bar.
Grocery, or most any business. Can lie seen at
SCHAAP’S Clothiku akd (Jest’s Firnishiho
Stork, 205 Broad, between 4th und 5th st«.
je92-3C
I'LEN AND H O K M »TN FOB
SALK AND EXCHANGE.
Farmers and others desirous of buying or ex
changing Mules or Horses, nan be supplied or ac
commodated upon liberal terms by the subsrn
er at his stables on Monroe, between Grace and
Broad streets, Richmond, Va. Hit old customers
are respectfully invited to call and see him.
Je 14—Ira*_R, W, GREEN.
FOR SALE.—1 30OAcres of Land, lying in
two adjoining tracts, one of 700 acres, the
other 600, each farm containing 300 acres ol
cleared land, with fifty of flat or low grounds,
the rest of the land in good timber for building
purposes. These tracts have good dwelling
houses, ont-houses, orchard*, ami every couve
nience to suit- two families. The land is well
adapted to the cultivation of wheat, corn, to
bacco, grass, and the various products ot this
section of the country. Tlili land is 80 miles
we»t of Richmond, 7 miles from the James River
Canal. A rare opportunity is offered for invest
ment For further particulars apply at I he Whig
o » ce.jeS—tl
STRAYED OR STOLE.V
A REW ARD.-T W O H O USES
5>OU STOLEN, on the 21st inst., at Springfield
Coal Pita, Henrico county: one a bright bay,
with a star in his forehead, the right tore foot
white, and a crack running up his hoof; the other
a dark bay or brown ; part of the hoof of the
right hind foot broken off. They were b anded
" U. 8., Condemned.” No shoes on either
The above reward will be paid upon tbelr de
livery to mo at the Pits, or at my residence on
Venable street, Union Hill.
je24—It*_WM. FAY.
HORSES STOLEN.—My black M ARE, mark
C 8., wounded on the left hind foot; one
bay HORSE, reached mane, taken from River
road, nine miles above the city. 1 will give a re
ward ol 92b each for their delivery to B. W.
Green * stable*, or 910 each, for Information that
will lead ta their recovery.
je23—3t W. B. CONNER.
COAL MERCHANT#.
ANTIIRACni: COAL
JUST received, two hundred ton* beat quality
red ash CoaL, now on sale at lowest mar
ket rate.*, on Dock street, between 17th nnd 18th.
H. S. THOMPSON A CO.,
jelO-lm*Lato 1*. C. I,ARCS,
Cl.OVEK HILL COAL.
THE undersigned is prepared to furnish fami
lies and others with the above coal.
Office at I. H. Walke's store, No. 18 West Main
street. D. 8. WOOLDRIDGE,
je7—3m Treas’r Clover Hill U. B. Co.
RESTAURANTS.
THE SHADES,
No. 3® 71 it I n Street, 3d Floor.
IsHIS PLEASANT PLACE OF RESORT HA8
been recently fitted up by the undersigned
who thoroughly understands the business, and
they respectfully solicit the patronage of their
friends and the public in general.
THE BAR
is stocked with the best Ales, Wines and Liquors
that can be obtained. Also. Cigars of the be*t
brands. A free Lunch is set every day from the
hoar of 11 a. m. to 1 p. m.
M. DeGRAMMOND,
m. McCauley.
jc20— lwProprietors.
Bivouac house, no. 117
Broad street, first door cast of Pizzini’s,
south aide, between Eighth and Ninth, is now
open to accommodate DAY and TRANSIENT
BOARDERS. No pains will be spared to make
those stopping with me comfortable. They shall
l>e served with the beat fare the city and other
markets can atlord. Geests will be furnished
with choicest Liquor*. Wines, Ale, Cigars, Ac.
Tkkmh More moderate than anv similar house
in the city. JOSEPH FURLEY,
jel9—6t Proprietor.
MISCELLANEOUS.
JOHN DOOLEY
Has just received
A LARGE LOT OF HATS,
Of the newest and most fashionable styles and
qualities, from the lowest to the highest grade*,
fie la at present over the stoie of Mr. D. 8. Hut
lard, Governor street, whore he will be happy to
see his old friends.
J*17—Iw* JOHN DOOLEY.
BANKS, BROKERS, ETC
nARRISON, GODDIN k APPERSON,
IIANIiERM
AND REAL ESTATE AUCTIONEERS,
3d Floor, No. 3S1 Slain 8t.«
Deal in Coin, sterling. Ac.
Reelve depositesand allow Interest,
Fall and Lease Real Estate, publicly cr privately.
HARRISON A CO.,
(Lkwis Giktkb, Att’y,)
BANKERS,
No. 19, New Street. NEW YORK.
[jel4—lmj
T"T 8. 7-30 LOAN.-This popular Loan
• will aoon be all taken. The Government
has derided to issue no more. The Flint National
Bank keeps a supply of notes on Land Tor deliv
ery at par.
Banka and brokers allowed nsnal commission
Tor selling. First National Rank,
Financial Agent for the Government,
U. S Cuitim House,
jo30—3fr Entrance Bank afreet.
PRINTING, Ac.
THE LYNCHBURG VIRGINIAN,
THE OLDEST ESTABLISHED JOURNAL
IN VIRGINIA.
OFFF.RS great advantages as an advertising
mcdinai. Its circulation is larger than that
of any paper published west of Richmond, and
the rich country in which it circulates—but little
nii|i v,-fished by the war—makes it a very valu
able auxiliary to the merchants and business meu
of Richmond nnd elsewhere, who wish to extend
their business by advertising. It will soon be en
larged and improved, so as to make it one of the
most imposing pape r in the South.
CI1AF. W. BUTTON,
jc24-dlm Proprietor.
THE LYNCHBURG REPUBLICAN,
ONE OF TDK
Oldest Fwtnhlifchrd Jourunl* in
VirelMiu,
OFFERS ON USUAL ADVANTAGES AS
AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
ITS CIRCULATION IS LARGE AND
STEADILY INCREASING,
And by the business men of southwest Virginia
'is patronized more extensively than
any other paper.
rpUE Merchants ot Richmond and elsewhere,
1 desiious of receiving the valuable trade of
this section ol aouthwebt Virginia, will find it
greatly to tbeir Interest to make themselves
known through
Tin: REPUBLICAN.
Its istes for transient advertising are similar to
these of other papers in the State. Whon adver
tisements are Inserted for a month, or for a lon
ger period, u very liberal deduction will be made.
<11.ASS A HAHDWICKE,
Proprietors.
Lynchburg, June, 1865. je 14—Ini
TYPE FOUNDRY
AND
PH INTERS* HllNlSHINfl WAREHOUSE.
THE RICHMOND TYPE FOUNDRY,
H. L. FEI.Ol'ZE A CO., Proprietors,
IS again in succe«»ful operation. Every article ue
c. *«irv for a complete office, either uetvepaper or
job printing, furnUbed at Now York price*
Our tvpe is made from the very best material. We
solicit the Southern patronage.
hT h. PKLOUZE 4c CO..
Jel--lm Law Building, Klcbtuond, va
JOB PRINTING
NEATLY EXECUTED AT TOE
WHIG JOB OFFICE,
COR. GOVERNOR & FRANKLIN STS.
KIC11MOXD, VA.
CLOTIIIMCK ETC.
Noali Walker k Co.,
CLOTHIERS,
13th STREET,
UICIinOXD.
GOODS MADE TO ORDER.
jelG—lm ___ _
ALEXANDER'S SUPERIOR WHITE KID
GLOVES. Alio, black nnd colored ones,
of the »ame celebrated make, ju*t received at
LFO.X SCUAAP’N
Clothing. Hat and Furnabing Store,
205 Broad at., bet. 4th and 6th.
ALSO,
2,000 Men’* and boys elegant Felt and Straw
Hat* and Cap*, and
CLOTHING for the million.
For fine goods and low pricea, at who’eaale or
retail call at SCHAAP’S,
je22—3f- 205 Broad aireat.
L. GOLDSMITH,
RESPECTFULLY Invites his friends and pat
tons to lit* new establishment of dalcutle
men's Furnishing Goods and FANCY
NOTIONS, which he offers at wholeaUean^ retail.
Country merchants supplied at New York price*.
Store on Franklin street bflow Ballard Home,
directly opposite the Canterbury. je8—3m
MALT LIQUORS, Ac.
DUNLOP’S CELEBRATED ALES
(KNTAHL1N1ILD ISO#.)
WILLIAM MARR,
(SUCCESSOR TO A. A. DUNLOP,)
Brewer ol XX, XXX Export, Caat
India, llnrton Ales and
•stout Porter,
EXPRESSLY FOR THE SOUTHERN MARKET.
iirewoijr • • .'uccv,
CUAS. 8. SHARP. Wholesale Agent,
No. 2 Broadway, New York.
For Bale by FABIAN, RYAN A FARRELL,
je7—Cm__Sole Agenta, Richmond.
ALE AND PORTER.
BCRIvHARDVS celebrated Boston Ale ard
Porter, just received direct from manufac
turer per schooner Globe, for sale in barrel* and
half barrels, by WM. H. ALDERDICE,
jel9- Ct C6 Main st„ bet. 14th and 16th.
NEW WORK AND PHILADEL
PHIA I.AUEU BEER DEPOT,
WEISS’ BEER BREWERY.
I ACER BEER in 1-1 barrel 17, in 1-2, 17 1-2,
j and In 1-4, 18 dollar*.
FEYH A MONTZ.
je21—lw* 171 Broad, corner of Cth at.
Ttorage
FOB
LiiiuImt, Laths, Lime, iViuent, kc.,
Can be had at the Wharf of
FABIAN. RYAN & FARRELL.
NEXT THE CANAL LOCKS,
Rocketts.
OFFICES—At the Wharf, and No. 14, Fifteenth
Street, between Main and Cary.
ja23—lm
4 NEW AND NTARTLINH BOOK,
A [q press, and will be published June 26.
Hello lloyd in ('amp aid Prlwom,
Written by herself, with an introduction, by
(ieorge A. Fala, 12 mo., cloth $1.76. Sant by
mail on receipt of price. „ EI0CK 4 €0
je20-eod3t 19 Beekman a».. New York.
WILLIAM F. R1CHRTE1N,
17« W. Baltimore Street, BALTIMORE, Md.,
WHOLESALE AND BET AIL DIALER IN
Books, Ntatleaery aad Faacy Ar
tirlrs, Photographic Album*
aud Curd*.
Orders by mnil promptly attended to.
Send for onr wholesale price circular
[je6—3mj
AUCTION BALES-Thts Pay.
By E. B. COOK, Auctioneer,
70 Main Street,
Horses,
mules,
WAGONS, Ac.,
AT AUCTION.
Ou SATURDAY, the 24th inatant, at 10 o'clock,
I will aell at auction, at the Horce Lot, tear of
Ballard House,
Several superior saddle and harness HORSES.
ALSO,
Several prime MULES
Two spring WAGONS, Ac., As.
E. B. COOK.
je23—tds Auctioneer.
AMUSEMENTS.
\!E« " HICHMOND~THEATR E. ~~
COR SEVENTH AND BROAD STS.
Mr*. E. M*uii.i., • ProprUtrna*.
Richard Doraay Oudrs, • - • Maoagnr.
SATURDAY EVENING, Jrar !*, Ut*.
■ERCni
And positively last appearance ut
M D ’ L L E MARIETTA RAVEL,
Wbon will be produced, upon the tamo evening, the
Great french Romance of the
CORSICAN BROTHERS.
BALLADS AND VOCAL OEMS
Concluding with the Great Military Drama or the
FRENCH SPY.
With all thi> original rnuaic, marcben, dance , combat,,
Tableaux, Ac., wit the following powerful c»et
Heurl St. Aline, a french Lancer,
llamet a wild Arab boy, wllh oavbi
cbarscterlitlc dance, M lie KAY M.
Matbilde do Mertque, a french
Lady,
During the Drama, a terrific broadsword combat by
M'lle RAVEL and W U. LEAK
A Wild Arab Dance, • - M'lle RAVEL
A Grand Military Quadrille, • M'lle RAVEL
GRAND OPERATIC OEMS,
BY
MADAME RUHL.
MoNDAV-.flrst appearance of Ibe celebrated Stare
Mix JENNIE B PRICE axo
Mr D HaNCHF.TT.
Who hnvo been engaged for nix uighH only
[|eM-ltJ
BROAD ROCK RACE COURSE.
natch Knee *300 A wide.
A MATCH RACE, single dash of one mile
for I60U aside, will come off, SATUDAY
*tternoon, at 4 o'clock, between two celebrated
horse*—one owned by Lieut. Colonel J. S. Gates,
of tbe New York Cavalry, and the other by Capt.
W. H. Ford of the New York Cavalry.
A large amount of money ha9 already been
staked on the result, the friend* of both bone*
being very aangnine.
Gate fee 60 centa.
je2 4 —it* D. Mi DANIEL. Proprietor.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, ETC.
BURROUGH BROTHERS,
WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
3 1 and 5« Light H«., Kulilmore.
Maryland.
Importers ami Dealers in
CHEMICALS, DYE-STUFFS, I'AINTH, OILS,
VARNISHES, ETC.
Manufacturers' Agents for the sate of Window
Glass Glassware, and Conestoga Company’*
Corks._ jeia—lm
Window Glass, Faints, Oils, Sic.
JUbT RECEIVED,
An invoice of aupetior
Window Glass, Faints. Gila
Varnish, Putty, brushes
Glaziers' Diamonds
Putty Knives
Sand Paper, Ac j
Beat quality
White Lead and Zinc Paint
Chrome Yellow, Pruaaian Blue, Venetian Bed
Glue, Whiting, Lampblack, Ac. Ac
For sale at the lowest rates for cash.
MITCHELL A TYLER
je90—eolrn MW Main street.
CHEMICALS, let .
SODA ASH, CAUSTIC SODA, SALSODA, BLEACHING
POWDERS, direct importations from manufacturer*
in Eng!aud Also on hand, constant supply ADAMAN
TINE CANDLES, MADDER, PALM OIL, Ac , lor sale at
low prlcee for cash order*. CHAS. V. PITT,
jel -lm No. US Lombard st., Baltimore
W. B. BOLTON Is CO.,
Dealers In White Lead aud Zinc Paints, Linseed, Sig
nal, Kerosene and Coal Oil*. Spirits Turpentine,
Benzine, Varnishes, Window Glass, Machinery Oils,
Brushe-, Colors, 4ic.,
No. 55, S. Calvert Ml. and 20 Clieaptide,
jal-lrn _ BALTIMORE.
LIVERY STABLES.
1 EXCHANGE Livery nad Hale
jj Zitablrs, on Franklin, between Mth and
ISth atreet*.—The aubacriber has thoroughly re
fitted the above Stable*, and is now prepared to
accommodate the public, having aecnred No. 1
Ostlers and the best provender and feed the mar
ket affords.
By glv-ng them hla personal attention; he la
determined to make it to the intereat of tho public
to i atroniee him.
JOHN B. DAVIS.
For Proveuder and Grain delivered at the Sta
bles, I will pay the market price In cash,
my39—dimAeodm J. B. D.
HO*PARTNERSHIP NOTICES.
IHHOLUTkON OF CO-PART
NERSHIP.—The concert of A. Tollezon
A Co. wa* dlaaolveJ on the 17th of May laat by
conaant of both parties. Either partner la au
thorized to uae his name in settlement of the con
cern. A. TOLLESON,
June 22d 1865. T. Y. CATLETT.
* je 23-St*
NOTICE.—The Copartnership* of HUB
BARD, GARDNER A CARLTON, GARD
NER, CARLTON A CO., aud CARLTON, CHAM
BERLAIN A CO., expired by the death of Wm.
U. Hubbard and Wm. P. chamberlain. A simi
lar business to that heretofore carried on by them
will be continued by the surviving partners, un
der the firm or UAUDNEK «s UAKLiiua, wno
have taken the spacious loft over the (tore of
Messrs. C. D. Yale A Co., Governor atreet, (until
one of their tenements adjoining their old stand,
now being rebuilt, is completed), where they are
now receiving an entire new stock of SHOEb and
H 4TS, which are offered for tale upon favorable
conditions.
All persona Indebted to either of the old firms
are particnlarly requested to call and settle.
JAMES H. GARDNER.
jel3—2awlm* AMBROSE CARLTON.
NO TICK*—'The co-partnership heretofore
existing between myself and B. M. FLOOD,
is dissolved by the withdrawal of one of the part
ners. All persons having claims against said
firm will present them to me, at Danville, Ya.,
for set tlement, aud all persons indebted to the
same will make payment to me only.
je!3—w4w J. W. McKINSEY.
^
LI<t(JOKS, WHEIi, ETC.
CHKIMT1AX, LEA A 4)0.
No 69 Maiu street.
rA BBL8 GIBSON’S OLD BYE WHISKY
OU 30 tibia Gem of Kentucky, Old Bourbon
26 bbls pure Old Rye
10 1-8 casks Plnet. Caatillon A Comp'/
Brandy
10 1-4 casks Old Port Wine
10 1-4 do Sherry, very fine
100 cases extra fine Claret
loo doz Muir A Son's Sparkling Ale
60 cases Alsop’s do Jo
60 baskets Heidsick Champagne, quarts
and pints
21 baskets “Star” Champagne, quarts and
pints _
16 cases Otari, Dupuy A Co. Cognac
10 do Sherry Wine
10 do Gin Cocktail
30 do Ale, pints
30 do Gibson’s Nectar Whisky
20 do Jo OU Bourbon
ALSO.
16000 Cigars, various grades
jclP—tf,
J. S. A8A\,
•3 WEST PRATT STREET. Hear Noalh,
Baltimore. Md.
AGIST FOR Ml SSL! OF
Joki 4wIbBoa, Nobs St Ca.’s
WHISKY,
The superiority of which is known and acknow*
ledged throughout the United States.
' je!3—3m
FINANCIAL A COilIINEBCIAL.
r GOLD AND STOCKS.
At the Sret session of the Stock Board, Baltimore, on
Thnreday, gold wo active and higher, >toe,eee change
lag hands at 14* 1-4® 1<J «-•; on the last call 14114 was
freely old--a farther Improvement of 1 percent. 9-ie'e
were la good reqneet and atrong, both registered end
coupon bond* bringing >101 1-4. In New York, nt Pint
Bond, gold sold at 14] 1-4; *-»’• 101 1-4; Va sizes oe;
N. Carolina glzee 70.
Shipping News.
ALMANAC FOR RICHMOND THIS DAY, JUNE 74.
rises, .... 4:41 'Moon sets.*:»7
•ete.7:14 High water, . . . *»
PORT OF RICHMOND, 1418.
anarvtn. ,
Steamer Thomas Collyer, Martin, Norfolk, mall, mds.
end pass., W.C. Smith.
Steamer City Potat, Norfolk, C. S. mall, mdse end
pass., Haskins A Bridgtord
Steamer Llitis Bsker, Shaffer, Washington via City
Point, mall and gov’t pus. ’
iitore*m*r 8h#,<rck8t'T«nney, Fortress Monroe, goe’t
pu**lO*rF rWati(^10nil,*0a’ ** t®^88 »»d •
Steamer j. C. Patterson, Whitaker, Boston, gov’t
nty.
>AfLSD.
cSW, ?LA,'X-Wnla- w“hlD^*’ *>•
aid^^ c!sm,fth‘,,,a,*‘0a* “d"
Steamer Dictator, Bearing Norfolk, V. S mall, mds .
and pass., Haskins A Brldgford
t Steamer Wlnnesumet, Johnson, City Point, gov't or
Staamer E. C. Biddle, Farnetaln, Ft. Monroe oov’l
orders. ' ■
Stsamer Convoy, Ft. Monroe, gov’t orders.
Steamer Mary Laugdon, Hlclts, N. Y., mdse . D A
W. Carrie.
Schooner Globe, Tracy, Boston, mdse., Fabian, P.ran
Schooner (Jeo. Wuhlngton, Mitchell, Balfo , tobacc..
ftttma, 0. ¥. Wtuoo.
Schooner M. E. French, Holmes, mdse.. D. k W
Cerrle.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
~HARVEYS A WILLIAMS,
Urocrrw aid ionunlaeloB Yler
rhaiU,
SHOCKOE WAREHOUSE,
OFFER their nervicen to their friend* aod the
public generally for the nale of
ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE,
And are prepared to faruiah GROCERIES as
wanted.
Cash advance* will be made ou I'oualgameaU,
They have now on hand and for sale, Bacon
Sidea. Hams and Lard.
A. F. HARVEY,
JNO. D. HARVEY,
jel6—Im JNO. H. WILLIAMS.
Auction and tonaissioa House,
BY
W. M. PABRIIH dk CO.,
Corner of 18th and Cary Street*, Richmond, Va.
THE SUBSCRIBERS, having associated them
•elves nnder the above Arm, for the par
pose of condacting a general AUCTION AND
COMMISSION BUSINESS, Oder their services to
me puMio rar me sale ot Produce and Qoods ol
all kind. From long experience in the business,
we hope to receive a liberal abate of the public
patronage. Consignments solicited for public or
private sale. WM. H. PA It It 18 H,
Of the late firm Bocock A P,.rrl»h, Lynchburg, Va.
luca.-j Harvey,
Of the late firm L. Harvey A Co.,Riohmond, Va
_ Reiekkncis.— McDaniel A Irby. Lynchburg,
Va.; McCorkle, Son A Oo., do.; v\'m. H. Ryan,
Baltimore. Md.; T. J. Deane, Richmond, Va,
JelB-d3v
THOMAS J. BAGB?^
Real Estate Agent and Commis
• slon Merchant.
Wall, (or ISth) between
Mala and Franklin Ntreets.
tr 8TORAOB WANTED._ Je23-2t
URI KILBURW,
Produce Commission Merchant,
AND
UEALhR IN BUTTEH, CHEESE, dc,,
07 Month Ntreet, Baltimore.
BUTTER PACKED FOR EXPORTATION
jel9—4m
HIAHI'FACT(JRER1
PIZZ INI’S
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
land} Manufactory,
(900 Broad at., tkree doors above
1st st., .Horlh Side.)
Persona desfroue of purchasing will find it to
their advantage to call and examine for them
selves before buying eleewhere. Je23— lm
B. H. Rhodes k Co.,
MANUFACTURERa OF
RHODES’SEPER-PHOSPHATE,
The Mtaadard naaure.
OFFICE, 82 SOUTH ST., BOWLEY’S WHARF,
Baltimore.
8CHAER, KOHLER 4 CO..
Hole Agents for Blchmoad, Va,
Who will eupply Comm lesion Merchant* and
Planters.
jelS—4m
A. & W. DENMEAD & SON,
Machine Work*.
s
Comer North and Monument street*—Iron Ship
Yard, Boston street, Canton.
BALTIMORE,
Builders of Marin* and Stationary Engines and
Boiler*, Irou Veseela and Bargee of
all aUee, Machinery for Saw,
Griat and Cotton Mills,
Iron Founders and
Rolling Mills, Ore Crushers, Ac.
j#19—3m__
Established A. I). ISO*. •
Umbrellas and Parasols.
ism SMITH, NU> & TO..
manufacturers,
40* Broadway,
je ‘JO—3m _NEW VOM14.
HOWELL A BROTHERS,
MANUFACTCBIK8 OP
paper hangings,
GOLD WINDOW SHADES,
CURTAIN PAPERS, 4c.
CTOrdPis by mail promptly attended to. No.
360 Baltimore at., oppoalte Hanover, Baltimore,
je 10—3m
Maynard, ely 4 rose, tanners and
CURRIERS— Dealera In all kindaof Leather
and Shoe Findings—have in (tore a large assort
meat of French and American Calf Sklne, Patent
Leather. Lasting* Lute, 4c., Ac., Oak and
Hemlock Sole Leather, Ac., and mannfactarera
Of Boot, Gaiter and Shoe Uppers. No. 46 Calvert
etreet. Baltimore, Md. je 30—3m
HARDWARE.
Oil ME BllILDLW HARD.
WARE.
Knob Locke, Dead Locke
Front Door Locke, Stock I.ocka :
Pad Locke, Ac
Loose and Fast Bntt Hingea
Strap and T Hinge*'
Hook and Eye H inget
Blind and Sash Fastening*
Door Bolta, Latcbee , * .
Wood Screws, Naile. Ac
Together with every variety of Boildlng Hard- ‘
ware.
For eale by JOHN N. VAN LEW,
je7—lm . 74 Main etreet
GREEN & ALLEN,
BI'ILDIBI,
CoBJfEB or Gaacs *50 7TB STB.,
RESPECTFULLY Inform thalr friend. and the public
gtnerally that they at# prepared, ae nana', to con
tract to build, tu the .borte.t poaatblo time, Iron,
Brown.toae, Stock-Brick, Manic and stuccoed Front
Bulldlnge; alto all klnda of Wood Butldlnga in the city
and country.
aWJobblue promptly attended to Ordert tollciled.
iny31--eodlw
TUMEL H. LONDON,
1/ RICHMOND, VA ,
Will Attend to the execution of order* for Baying end
Exporting Caveodl.b. Negro-head and Leaf Tobacco,
or Cotton, and will adjnat claim, again.I Merchant, and
otnera.
| Offlco, fortberraent, at No. So Main -.treat,
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