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NEW YOKk APfEKTliEM’Th
THE JEW»!
DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AXD WEEKLY I
THB NEW YOKK WEEKLY AND SEMI-WEEKLY
NEWS*
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all neasdealers. Specimen copies of Daily and Weekly
Niwesent free. Addres" BKNJ. WOOD, Dally Nsws
Building. No. U City Hall Square, New Yorktity.
sepJO.—tf_~
PACIFIC HOTEL, _
170, 172, 174 and 174, Gbek.vwich Street.
(One square west of Broadway.)
Between Cocbtlakd and Det Struts.
NEW YORK.
JOHN PATTEN, Jb.PROPRIETOR.
The PACIFIC HOTEL is well and widely known to
the traveling public. The location is especially suit
able to merchants and business men. It is tn close
proximity to the business part of the city ; is on the
nt^hww.r o! Southern and Weatorn travel, and adjacent
to all the principal railroad and steamboat depots.
The Pacific has liberal accommodations for over three
hundred guests; It Is well furnished, and possesses
every modern improvement for the comfort and enter
tainment "f iu inmates. The rooms are spacious and
well veuliiated . provided with gas and water; the
attendance is prompt and respectful, and the table to
generous , v provided with every delicacy of the season.
The subscriber, who, for the past few years, has been
the lessee, to now sole proprietor, and intends to iden
tify hlmseit thoroughly with the interests of his house.
With long experience as a hotel-keeper, he trusts, by
moderate charges and a liberal policy, to maintain ths
favorable reputation of the Pacific Hotel.
To prevent overcharge by hackmen, the coaches of
the hotel are owned by The proprietor.
aepl--lyJOHN PATTEN, Jb.
JjVsTABLISHED IN 1810.
LOCKWOOD jTu ANNINGTON,
Uii—Aunrs In Jnhn U Wtliiiama A (bin
Wbu Male and retail dealers in Looking Glasses
and Looking Glass Plate*. The trade will And a
good assortment of Mirrors, both French and
German. Gliding In all its branches. Also. Pier,
Mantel aud other kind of Frames made to order.
316 Pearl street, opposite Peck Slip, New Yotk.
sep4— eod3m__
’ HOWAtd), COLE & CO.,
WHOLESALE DIAU1S IN
Foreign & Domestic Dry Goods,
Invite toa attention of their Southern friends
and buyers generally, to their large and
attractive Stock, which they offer at
losest market prices.
361 BALTIMORE ft 64 GERMAN STS.,
Geo. W. Howard, Baltimore.
Jno. H. Cole,
Henry F. 3churman. my 31—dSmfteoSm
Henry clews ft co.,
BANKERS,
34 WALL STREET,
NEW YORK.
C. S. GOVERNMENT LOAN AGENTS.
Account* of Banka, Bankers and Individuals
received. FOUR PER CENT, interest allowed
on deposits and dally balances, which may be
drawn for without notice.
Beenritiea of all kinds bought and sold on
commissi** u.aol9—eod2m
SHAW ft COFFIN,
1MFORTKR8 OF
SCOTCH 1>I» IRISH LL>E>S,
Offer for sale—
flontekeeping Goods.
Consisting of
Linsn Sheetings. Towels,
Table Cloths. Damasks, 4c.
ALSO,
Cotton Bagging.
Burlaps, all widths.
Canvasses, Docks, 4c.
19 Park Place, and) • vvw vnpir
16 MnUT street,\ YORK.
*ep6-eod2m
Q CNS, PISTOLS, FANCY GOODS.
FITCH, WALDO 4 BARRE,
16 Maidin Lane.NEW YORK,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
GUN’S,
RIFLES.
PISTOLS,
AMMUNITION, 4c.
MILITARY and FANCY GOODS,
CLOCKS,
BRONZES, 4c.
AGENTS FOR
COLT’S PATENT FIRE-ARMS CO.
sepS-eod6m
O O A P S ,
McKEONE, VAN HAAGEN A CO.,
PHILADELPHIA.
RICH FLOWKR-3CXNTED SOAPS.
Old Bi'own Windsor, Honey and Almond,
.(Musk), Honey and Glycerine,
White Wmdsor(purifi’d), Spring Videt,
Honey Elder Flowers,
Glycerine. Rose, extra scented.
Pun fled Almond. Petroline Cosmetic.
REFINED FANCY SOAPS.
Variegated.assorted co- Sassafras,
lors and Perfumes. Lavender,
Almond, Rosemary,
Origanum, Crystal, bars and balls.
White Windsor,
SHAVING SOAPS.
McKeoce. Van Hsgan X Naples, Compound,
Co.'s " Genuine Arne- Spermaceti,
rican" * Petroleum (bland and
Military. balsamic),
Honey. Glycerine.
FAMILY SOAPS.
Oriental Detersive, Mottled Castile,
Stearine. . Salt Water Marine,
Family Pals. Palm, unbleached and
Chemical Olive, bleached.
, White Castile,
KF* For sals by respectable Druggists and Deal
ers everywhere.
McKEONE. VAN HAAGEN A CO.,
32 Sonth Front street, and 33
. Letitia street, Phllads.
CHARLES McKEONE A CO.,
30 Barclay street. New York.
au30~eodfim _
^F.W YORK MACHINERY DEPOT.
G. A C. PL AC E,
222 Pearl Street, New York,
Ms nufscturers and dealers in every description ot
.CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, _
Stationary and Portable STEAM ENGINES AND
BOILERS. WOODWORTH'S PLANERS, and
other Wood Working Machines, Laths, Planers,
Drills, Leather and Rubber Belting. Babbit and
ether Composition Metils, with all articles needful
In Machine aud Railroad Repair Shops. Fay A
Co.'* improved Scroll 8*w witii iron lrtme ind tn
ble and other valuable improvement*. “D. Dick *
celebrated anti-friction Shears. Punches and
Presses. Hams' Patent Sifting Machines, Jeffrey's
Double-Acting Ball Valve Pump*, Portable Scales
In great variety.
George Place. Charles Placr
au!2-eod2m
A_ 1SNCY FOR THE SALE OP
CALIFORNIA WINES,
THOMAS C. DE LUCE. Agent.
IMPORTER AND MANUFACTURER OF
DE LUCE’S
Bitters, Syrups, Cordials,
Coloring for B r a ■ d j,
Absinthe. Caracoa. Maraschino, Ginger,
Cordial. Kiimmel, Ao..
Especially for the Southern Market.
Dealer in Wines, Brandies, Whiskey, Ac., Ac.
No. 34 Liberty street,
Between Nassau and Wild am streets.
NEW YORK.
ty Established 183Atu26—6m
■pIERSON A COLLINS,
* SHIP AND INSURANCE BROKERS,
‘ 77 South St., Nkw York.
W# effect Insurances on Marine Riaka, at the
lowest rates of premium, in hrst-claas New York
companies, and without charge of commiseion.
AR?re^o1ChRries T. Wcrtham ACe., and Alfred
a I ee. Richmond, Va._sep6—6m
rpnE NEW SKIRT FOB 1866.
A wonderful iBTention for ladies. Un^uestion
*blf>u'tfUU0tolreld °the adYertisement in the
Richmond Whig, containing tell particulars
s^.T Mosday morning. .„U-evd«ll«m
HEW YORK ADVERTISEJTTS,
Q W E 8 A M A C Y,
(Formerly Officer* of the Perk Beak.)
BANKERS,
No. 30 WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST ALLOWED
ON DEPOSITS.
Persons Opening Account* may Deposit and
Draw aa they please, the same a# with the City
Basks, and will be allowed interest on their daily
balance at four per cent.
Collections made upon any part of the United
States or Canada.
Orders for the purchase or sale of the various
Issues of Government and other Stocks, Bonds
and Gold promptly executed for the usual com
mission^___
BAGS! BAGS! BAGS!
THE anbacribera are prepared to furniah BAGS
of every description, either in large or small
qaantitiee, for Floor, Grain, Feed. Meal, Salt,
Ac. Ao. PAPER BAGS, from a quarter of a
pound to fifty pounds, constantly on hand.
These BAGS are indispensable fcr grocers and
general retailers.
Prloe Hats sent on application. Liberal dis
counts to the trade
B. £. CLARK A CO.,
25 Pearl Street, corner Whitehall St,
my 18—ly _New York City.
rrtO THE PRIVATE FAMILIES AND 8TORE
X KEEPERS OF RICHMOND, VA., AND
VICINITY.—The great advance in prices of eve
ry article of domestic use first brought out
Kent’s East India ColTee.
Since lta Introduction in 1881. ao well liked h~s
It become in consequcuce of its excellent tlavor
and very healthy uropertiee, besides its great
economy—being only naif the price of the beet
Java Coffee—that it has tound itasway into i earlv
every private i&nu:y, uoiei, ribiuuruuv buu wum
log house in the "principal cities of the East,
North and West, and <u it undoubtedly will In
the South.
Kent's East India Colfee
is prepared from pure Coffee and Dandedon Boot,
which la knowu as poesosaing great nourishing
and invigorating powers, and when properly
roasted and mixed with pure Coffee Is lree from
the deleterious effects produced by the ordinary
atom coffees, or pure coffee alone.
Kent's East India Coffee
produces no nervous excitement nor hoadaohe,
bat Is healtny, palatable and nourishing. It can
be used by the invalid as wfell M’by tte strongest
person.
The eminent Dr. Puix* says:
“Kent’s East India Coffee
Is worthy of all praise, and should be nsed by
all economical housekeepers.”
Professor Umax, one of onr most eminent
chemists, says: “I consider
Kent's East India Coffee
a national blessing. I have been unable to nee
any coffee for over twenty years past, until Kent’s
East India Coffee was recommended to me. It
produces neither headache nor nervons prostra
tion of the system, as is the case of every other
coffee 1 have ever used.”
The eminent Bishop Ames, Bishop Potter, Bishop
Baker, Rev. Dr. Richardson, Professor Jaa. Boyle,
Dr. Eanee, and many other of onr most distin
guished men, all bear testimony to the great ex
cellence of KENTS EAST INDIA COFFEE as a
pleasant, wholesome family beverage, combined
with household economy, while to the storekeeper
it affords a handsome profit and gives general
satisfaction to his customers.
Kent’* East India Coffee
is packed in papers containing one ponnd, true
weight and tetain* Its delightful aroma any
length of time. It is packed io cases containing
36.60 and 100 lbs. for grocers and large consumers.
The East India Coffee Company’s depot is at
164 Reade street. New York.
RICHARD DAVIES.
my2d—43m eodSm 2tw3m ltw3m
MERCHANT TAILORS.
JOHN C. SHAFER,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
At HI* OLD STAND, FOUKTEEXTH STREET, UNDER EX
CXAXei HOTEL,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
Would cull attention to his entirely n«w and well se
lected Mock of CLOTHS, CASSIMEREb And VESTINGS,
lor Fall aud Winter we»r. Keeps constantly on hand
SHIRTS and COLLARS, of the best make octS—ly
rkO H N N . CLARK,
(FORUSUI.T CrTTKR FOR JOHN C. SHAKER ACo.,)!
MERCHANT .TAILOR,
NINTH STREET, BETWEEN MAIN AND FRANKLIN,
RiamoxD, va .,
Would respectfully inform his friends and the public
generally that he baa entered into business on his own
account, at the above stand, where he has Just received
a handsome STOCK OF GOODS, consisting of Cloths,
(assimere* and Vestings for Fall and Winter wear,
which he will make upto order In the very best man
ner and on reasonable terms. septs—2w
^yy M. HOLT RICHARDSON A CO„
MERCHANT TAILORS,
FOURTEENTH STREET,
(Opposite Exchange Hotel,)
Would respectfully call the attention of their friends
sud the public generally to the additional supplies of
superior FALL GOODS'beiug received per steamers.
They have made arrangements to be kept regularly
supplied with new and desirable Goods, and every ef
fort will be made to give entire satisfaction to those who
may tavor them with their custom. sep23_lm
HATS, CAPS,
| < H A T H A M M . TOWERS,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Ladles', Gents’ and
Misses’
HATS, CAPS, FURS,
And all kinds of
STRAW GOODS,
No. 8« Mai.v street.RICHMOND, VA.
tar The highest market price* paid fur all kinds of
Country Fur*. eep2*—t
NOTICE_The subscriber, after a suspension of busi
ness for nearly etx month* (having been bnrntout
op the Id of April last), takes pleasure lg Informing his
fiends and former patron* that he ha* again re-com
menced business at
No. lJJ BROAD STREET.
next door to Mr. Andrew Ptitlnl's, where he is now
opening a „BW ST0CK 0F GOODS
ta his line, consisting of
HATS, CAPS, UMBRELLAS, Ac., Ac.
Thaukful for former favors, he solicits a renewal of
the *«me. JOHN THOMPSON,
»*pl!»—lm Formerly of M Main street.
T AW NOTICE.
JAMES P ITe a S a N T S ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW ASV COMMISSIONER f.\
CHANCERY,
Forth* Circuit Court of the city orRicbmond and
Countv Court of Henrico.
AfoScsia the Law Building, Richmond. Va.
I Practices la all the Courts at Richmond, and Collects
• Claim* in the adjoining counties ocM—ty
| C. O. Gatawoio. J. 0. Gmswoio.
nKlSWOlD A GRISWOLD,
ATTORNEYS and covnsellors at law,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
Have removed their oSce to Marshall street, betweeu
Eighth and Ninth street* Practice in all the Court* ol
the city of Richmond and counties of Henrico and Hau
ovar, and the Circuit Courts of E**ex and King and
Queen. octe—dm
J^R W. W. PARKER
■**axtrxiD the practice or
MEDICINE AND SURGERY.
Orricx—Corner of Broad and ltin streets, opposite
City Hall. oetf-ete
EXCHANGE Livery and Sale
Stables, os Franklin, between 14th and
lath street*.—The enhecrlber has thoroughly re
fitted the above Stables, and is now preptred to
accommodate the public, having eecared No. 1
Ostlers and the beet provender ana feed the mar
ket affords.
By giving them his personal attention ; he ii
determined to make it to the interest of the poblic
to l atronise him. _
JOHN B. DAVIS.
For Provender and Grain delivered at the Sta
bles, I will pay the market price in cash.
I mv29—dlmieodm J- B. D.
CHEAP GOODS FOR BOYS’ WEAR .-A large assort!
meat of all stvle# Good* for boys' wear, just re
I cetved, cheap, at ’ EZEKIEL'S Cheap Store,
wpts_f No 41 Main street.
j^lME !—LIMeTlLMK
lust received, per schooner James Brady, tw#lT«
hundred barrels beet Rockland Lime, which w*
for sale at the loweat cash price.
JOSEPH ALLARD. J*.. A CO.,
D -ck street, between Twaaty-trst and Twenty-second
oct7—«*
NORTHERN APVERTtSEfll’TB
P A X 1 L V DYE COLORS.
PATENTED OCTOBER 1*, H«*.
BlMk Dark Green,
• black lor SUk, «
Dark Bine, ’
Light Blue, u,™!n
French Blue.
Claret Browu, ’“J*1
Dark Browu, {,'“*)
Light Brown, L^iSiVurnle •
Snuff Brown, *
Crimson,
Dsrk Drab, slojftino
Light Drab, £?m2» ’
Fawn Drnb, VsUow
For Drfi‘Sllk“ vKol’en and Mixed Good., Shawla,
F Scarfs Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves. Bonnets, Hats,
Feslhers ; Children’s Clothing, and all
kinds of Wearing Apparel.
»sr a SAVING OF EIGHTY 1 ER CENT. _5®
For 25 cents vou can color as many goods as would
otherwise cost five times that sum. Aartous shade*
can be produced from the same dye The process is
.lmpie. and any one cau use the Dye with peitect suc
cess Directions in English, French and German, in
side of each package. H0WE 4 STEVENS.
250 Broadway, Boetou.
For sale by Druggists and dealers generally,
octo—6m '
iano study and practice is made
ATTRACTIVE-By the system (Adopted in
“Richardiion’n New Method.” No
long dry lessons, nor wearisome exercises, but
Sfkightlt Stcdiks throughout, and Charming
Melodiis for practice, at every step. No one wbo
has used this book will ever use or recompiend
any other. It is all that can be desiraif^ Sold
by all music dealers. Price—$3 75. JRt post*
paid on receipt of price. OLIVER DlTSOJi<m
CO., Publishers, 277 Washington St., Boston,
a a 12—tf
INSURANCE.
La 0 BN C Y
■A OF THE
MANHATTAN LI Ft LSSVRASCE COUPaML
Office on Main Street, Between ixw ai^^th—
LATE EDQEMONT HOUSE. * JT
This Company is, beyond comparison, the largest(
mixed (Stock and Mutual combinod) Company, and
offers great advantage, over companies conducted on
the “purely mutual” plan. , k
--- JAMEb'MftiHEL.- .
Solicitor for Richmond, •
J. S. 1). CULLEN, M. D.,
Medical Exumiuemr ,
Or, J. ADAIR PLEASANTS, '
.epJi—lm* General Agent.
Atlantic insurance compan^ n£w york
This old and strictly No. t Insurance Company will
take Fire and Iulaud Risks on the most favorable
Applications can be made to A. BOLLING, JOHN M.
OTEY, P. F. HOWARD, or E. B. MEADE, with
0. F. BF.F.ESEE,
General Agent for Virginia,
Office Franklin street, between 7th aud Mh.
sepia-, lm
Howard
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
CHARTERED 18SS.
AftRBTI • - • • *500,000
This fcompiny takes Fire Risks In town and country,
aud is one of the oldest and best Companies In Ameri
Appllcatton can be made to A. BOLLING, JOHN M
OTEY, P. F. HOWARD, or E. B. MEADE, with
0. F. BREEbEE, Agent,
Office Franklin street, botween 7th aud 8tb.
sepia--lm
fy£UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY^ ^
Cash assets, July 1st, 1865, - . - *13.500,00(L
Annual tncsme. In cash, • - • 3,500,000
The dividends of this Company are larger In amount
for premiums paid than In any company in the world.
All of the profits arising from this immense lund and
annual Income anstamy divided amongst the in
turtd.
Applications can be made to J. B. Macmurdo, A.
Bolling. Dr. J. B. McCaw, John M. Otey, P. F. How
ard, or E. B. Meade, with
0. F. BRESEE, General Agent.
Office- Franklin street, oetween Seveutb and Eighth,
sepiat
Branch office of the
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
Capital, ... - *1,000,000
Surplus, .... 600,000
Annual income over - - - 1,000,000
This Company takes Fire and Matine Risks on the
most favorable terms. Country risk3 also taken.
All losses paid at this office without delay of sending
proof to home office. ___ „
Application can be made to A. BOLLING, JOHN M.
OTEY, P. F. HOWARD, or E. B. MEADE, with
O. F. BRESEE, General Agent,
Office Franklin street, between "th and ?tb.
seplA-t ______
VCONTAGUE 4 WHITALL,
(Late or the Merchants’ Insurance Com
pant op Richmond,)
INSURE PROPERTY OF ALL KINDS
IN THE
MOST RELIABLE COMPANIES.
They also
EFFECT MARINE INSURANCE
AND
LIFE INSURANCE.
Office : No. 231 Main street, just below the
Spotawood Hotel. aul6—tf
EDUCATIOVA1..
RANDOLPH MACON COLLEGE.
A session or this Institution will be opened October
lstb, underthe control of the President, Kev. WM A.
SMITH, D D., aud Professors PURY'EAR and COR
PKEW, with others, If necessary.
Board aud tuition, payable in advance, per session of
twenty weeks, *llu ; about *30, iu addition, should be
deposited with the undersigned to pay for fuel, lights,
washing and other incidentals.
Students will board with the officers.
For circulars, address _ _
Rev. WM. A. SMITH,
sepis—lm Randolph Macon College.
|| O C K S P RING ACADEMY,
BRUNSWICK COUNTY, VA.
The exercise* of this institution will be resumed on
the First Mo.nday iu October next. Terms ou appli
cation. D. T.POYNOR.
[seplJ lm]
BOOTS, SHOES, Ac.
^ E W STOCK!!
BOOTS AND SHOES !
The subscriber begs leave to announce to hi* Iriends
and tho public that li# ha* again commenced business,
and has taken, for the present, & small store three doore
oelowtbe corner of Ninth street, couth side, and is
now opening an entire new stock ox
BOOTS, SHOES, Ac.,
of tho very best grades. He confidently invites the at
tention of'tha public and particularly his old customers
to his stock, assuring them that he Is as well prepared
as ever to furnish them good good* in hi* line.
He has recently selected his stock in person of the
manufacturers, and from his long experience in the
trade (thirty-four years in this city), he flatters himsolf
it will be found at leant equal. In every reepect, to any
in the market, and at as low price*.
JOHN C. PAGE. Jr.,
217 Main street.
A few doors below the bpotswocxl Hotel.
ocU—2w
Q A. BALDWIN Si CO.,
(TORMERLT Or ALEXANDRIA, VA.,)
Wholesale Dealers In
SHOES, BOOTS AND HATS,
No. 6 Fifteenth Street—Socth or Main,
(Up Staira.)
RICHMOND, V A.,
Have lust received a very desirable assortment of goods
in their line, to which they invite the attention of city
atid country denlers.
Tbev will be constantly adding to their stock, and
as their purchase* are’all made directly lrorn the
manufacturers, buyer* may always feel assured of get
ting good* from u* at the very lowest price*,
octl—la
GAKDMiR k CARLTON,
WHOLESALE r-EAl ESLi IN
BOOTS, SHOES, BATS AND TRUNKS,
(Over Chas. D. Yale & Co.)
Governor Srset, Richmond, Va.
Our warehouse having been destroyed by the greet
fire of the Jd April, we have taken the premises stated
above, wher« we have opened a lull stock of BOOTS,
8HOE&, HATS, TRUNKS, &c.. comprising every va
riety, and which we offer to the Trade a* low a* they
caube bought in any Northern market. We are re
ceiving daHv new snppliet, and a call from our old
erp"Itf“d m‘rctla“ 'gaBoJeRA CARLTON.
VJEW ARRIVAL. jgs
ONE HUNDRED PACKAGES
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS AND BAGS,
We are now opening another new lot of goods in
onr line, made expressly to onr order by the belt
manufacturers at the North, and are the best stock
that can be found in any house south of Boston.—
All we ask from onr Mends in Virginia and North
Carolina is to call and look at our stock. We will
sell them very low. PUTNEY A WATTS,
sepS—tf Governor street.
Crucibles and fire BRicK—We have
for sale, on consignment, ‘'THE REIF
SNYDER CRUCIBLE,” to which we invite the
attention of the trade.
This Crucible ha* been thoroughly tested by
Messrs. Talbott A Brother, the Lnio'n Manufac
turing Company, and others, of this city, and
found to be of the most superior quality. We can
furnish FIRE BRICK in any style and quantity
desired.
DAVID PARR, 1
A. P. BROWN A CO., f
.6th st., bet. Main A Cary,)
Ricna... ad, August 17ih, 1866.—3m.
WASH*ft ADVERTISEMENTS.
mo SOUTHER* EDITORS.
I have established a REAL ESTATE and GENERAL
AGENCY OFFICE, at So. 18 Intelligencer Building,
Washington, D. C. I find that there is wanting here
an Agency for advertising in Southern newspapers—
Many persoue would advertise wto cannot do so now,
from the want of such an Agency. Southern Editors
are invited to correspond with tue, stating their terms
of advertising. 1 win receive advertisements for them,
and forward payment through the First National Bank
of this city, charging a commission of five per cent.
Address R. W. DOWNMAN,
No. 19 Intelligencer Building,
s Washington, D'. C.
RBPEEEKCKS:
Ex-Governor H. A. Wise ; Hon. Allen T. Capertop ;
Hon. David Funsten : Hon. W. C. Wickham; Abram
Warwick, Esq., Richmond ; Ex-Governor Bonham, S.
0. ; Ex-Governor William Smith, Vn.; Hon. James
Barbour ; John Randolph Tucker, Esq. ; R. H. Maury
Jt Co., Richmond; General Bariuger, *. C. ; Ralph
Elliott, Esq., S. C. sep27-lm
Metropolitan hotel,
Formerly known as Bhows f,
WASHINGTON CITY.
This well known Hotel, refurnished and rO.ited
with all the modern improvements, and probuly
second to none other in the country, offers to so
journers and visitors a most desirable stopping
place during their stay. It is central to the de
partments and public offices. au9—3m
A FRIEND IN NEED.—Those re
quiring confidential medical assistance should
apply to some regular educated physiciau, who
has made certain diseases his study. Such a man
is DR. DAUBY, who is daily curing numbers of
both -ox,f^kml every age, who have been to all
the sefFcHod doctors in thiB city and spent valu
able tiffia'and money, with no benefit, till he took
chargMOT them. His terms are more moderate
than those of mere boasting pretenders, whose
only purpose is to fleece the unfortunate, and then
advise them, wUA it Is almost too late, to apply to
him. Call on him at once, or yon may regret it
ever afterwards. DR. DARBY,
499 Seventh st, between D and E,
jj24_iy Washington.
WASHINGTON M E HI C A L.
institute. Washington,
D. C., Established as a refuge from Quackery and
Imposition, by E. T. LEON, JI. D.
Dr. Leon guarantees scientijic treatment, and a
radical cure of all acute or chronic diseases,
•especially those arising from sc If-abuse. '
i'he lengthy practice which uie irootvr oas naa
4n the treatment of those complaints has made
him thoroughly acquainted with every symptom
which may arise, and his iecunt discoveries made
in their treatment justifies him in bidding defiance
to ail competition in their cure.
ORGANIC WEAKNESS immediately cared, and
fall vigor restored?
The Dr. has made wonderful discoveries in treat
ing; and miraculous CURES tf Diseases of the
Lungs, Heart, Liver, Kidneys, and Bladder.—
Weakness qf the Back, Strictures, Dyspepsia,
Palpitation qf the Heart, Impotency Involuntary
Discharges, Nervousness. Lar.gour Loro Spirits,
'Pimidity, Trembling. Confusion qf Ideas, Dim
ness qf Sight or Giddiness, and ail those ter
rible disorders arising from Solitary habits of
Youth, rendering life miserable.
YOUNG MEN who have injured themselves by
a loathsome practice indulged in when alone, a
habit frequently learned froneevil companions, or
at school, the effects of which wi I totally unfit
them for tho duties of man, and if not cured de
stroys both mind and body, should not neglect
their case ere It be loo late. Apply immediately to
the Doctor, as he is the only one who will warrant
a CERTAIN CURE.
Dr. LEON would caution all who may be suffer
ing, to be careful of whom they confldo in as a
physician, as tbo country Is filled with quacks,
impostors and sharpers, whose only anilities are
for deceiving the unwary and leading astray the
nnfoitunate, instead of bringing them again into
the social paths of society.
NO CHARGES MADE IN CASE OF FAILURE!
All diseases of the Scalp, Hair and Skin cured.
For further particulars, address, with stamps,
E. T. LEON, M. D., Washington, D. C.
Consulting Office, 430 Pennsylvania Avenue.
jy34—Iy
lUISCELILAttEOirS
Orrict or the Farmers’ Bask or Viroikia(
at i'.ip.r.vule, October 7th. lses. (
N’OTICE.— Lost or stolen, la the city of Hichmoud.on
Friday, the tith instant, a small MEMORANDUM
BOOK, containing, among other things of less value,
twelve drafts of this office, numbered from lols to 153»
Inclusive, with my signature, lb« rest in blank. The
finder will please’leavethe book and contents witil John
M. Goddin, Esq., Cashier ol the Farmers' Bank of Vir
ginia, and, if demanded, a suitable reward will be paid
Banks with whom I have corresponded will please ob
serve this notice. arch’d Vaughan,
oct7—«_Cashier.
g A .1 K I M (J OFFICE.
W. B. ISAACS A CO.
uario enable ns to attend to our correspondence. |
make settlements, and afford some rest to body as well
as mind, onromes corns will hereafter be from s
A M. to 4 P. M.
WANTED.
Bank Notes,
Coin,
Sterling Exchauge.
ALSO
Railroad, City uud State Bonds.
[oct9-3tj
THE EDITORS OF THE BAPTIST, having purchased
the subscription list and good will of the Heliyitmt
Herald, propose to republish It as early as practicable.
Jl will be issued weekly, on paporof superior quality,
aud about the size that it was before the war, al Uie
rate of four dollars a year, payable in advance. A spe
cimen uutuber will be Issued la a few weeks, and for
warded to all the accessible subscribers of lb* Herald—
Baptist Ministers, aud others interested in tho success
of the paper, are requested io forward subscriptions.
As the panel will have an extensive circulation in the
Interior of this State aud In other States, the subscribers
solicit a share of advertising patronage, suited to a re
ligious journal, on terms to be made kuowu in due
time. Address Jeter Jt Dickinson, Box 75s, Richmond,
Va. i- B. JETER,
ocl3—2w A. E. DICKINSON.
DEBILITATED PERSONS—Those who have suffered
from iucetsaut levers, loss of appetite, or improper
BITTERS. We h ive known perouus ontirely re-tored
to health bv these Bitters, aflur visiting all the watering
places without receiving any benefit. If any of our
readers are suffering from Dvspepsla, Nervous Debility,
Torpid Liver, Indigestion, Ague and Fever, Sour Sto
mach, or Loss of Appetite, they will find certain relief
by using these Bitters a» directed. Dalicale female*
may rest assured that these Bitters are admirably adapt
ed to their diseases, and never fail In quickening na
ture and restoring the bloom of hoalth to their checks.
Teething infants may aiso be unproved by their use—
whilst all classes and sexes wlllbo licaeatted by their
strengthening properties. Asa family medicine these
Bitters stand unrivalled, and must eventually super
sede all others. We invite a trial at once.
For sale bv al I Druggists in the city of Richmond and
elsewhere in Virginia ; also, by Canby A Gilpin, Balti
more, Md.
Orders promptly filled by addressing
E. BAKER, Proprietor,
octS—T Richmond, va.
TO SARAH CAHEN, formerly SARAII ISAACS.
—TAKE NOTICE that, on Tuesday, the 10th
day of October, 1865, between th» hours of 8,
A. M., and 8 P. M., at the office of lleMiv. John
H. WaUon A Co., No. U90, Broadway, New York,
I shall take the depositions of Julius S'eyer and
other witnesses, to be read as < vidence for me in
a suit in chancery now pending in the Circuit
Court » f the city of Richmond, St >te of Virginia,
wherein I um plaintiff and you are defendant;
and if from any cause the taking of said deposi
tions be not commenced, or, being commenced,
shall not be completed on that day, the taking
thereof will bo adjourned from time to time until
completed. LOUIS CAHEN.
By It. R. Uowisok,
■eplS-lawlm HU Counsel.
jg U R N I N 0 OF THE MUSEUM.
LETTER FROMMR. BARNUM.
New Yosk, July 14,1M5.
Mrurt. Herring if Co :
Gestluxsn—Thuuitb the destruction of the Ameri,
c»n Museum has proved a serious loss to mveelf and
the public, 1 am happy to verify the old adage, that,
*• It's an 111 wind that blows nobody good," and, con
sequently, congratulate you that your well-kuown
safe- have again demonstrated tbelr superior Ure-proof
qualities In uu ordeal of unusual severity.
The safe you mado for rue some time ago wot iu the
office of the Museum, ou tho second Door, back part of
the building, and in the hottest ot the fire.
Alter twenty-four hours of trial it was found among
the debris, aud ou openlug it this day has yielded up
its contents in very good order, books, papers, pollelo*
ot insurance, bank bills, all in condition for immediate
use, aud a noble commentary on tho trustwoithiuesa ot
Herring's Fire-Proof Safee.
Truly vours,
P. T BARNUM.
herring’s patent champion safes.
Thi mint rdtablo proUcticn from fin note fc-teun.
Herring A Co.’s Patent Bankers' Safes, with Her
rin* A Floyd's Patent CrvaiailUed Iron, the best se
curity against a burglar's drill ever manufactured.
No S51 Broadway, oorner Murray street, New York.
Firrel. Herring A Co., Philadelphia Herring A Co ,
Cnlcago KNcAvLEo A WaLFORD, Agents,
octal«n __Richmond, Va.
\ LOWE A BROS.,
A, xascractces** or
PHOTOGRAPHS, *
PORTRAIT FRAMES,
Beg leave to inform the public, that they have opened
their store on "tb, between Main aud Franklin streets ,
and having a great variety on hand, will sell at very
low price*. Uard t raraes and Photograph Albums.—
Also; a good stock of Mirror* »nd Window Glass
octS—lm _
TO MEDICAL STUDENTS -Any young gentleman
qualified to teach ENGLISH and LATIN , and desir
ous to have the use of a Medical Library, can make fa
vorable terms bv applying to the uud-rsigued, at Buck
ingham Court House She has five children to have
taught, aud for their instruction a gentleman, suitably
recommended, will be boarded and have the use of an
unusually perfect, medical aud miscellaneous library
at her house MARTHA E- TWYMAN,
ocW—«t Buckingham Court Houae, \ a
I FRENCH MERINOs, all colors.
' GREAT BARGAINS.
Beautiful Blues, Greens, Browns, golferincs, Magen
tas, Blacks and Drabs, French Merluos, to be runoff
cneap at EZEKIEL'S Cheap Store,
sepia—T No. 41 Main etreat._
FIFTY BARRELS SYRUP AND 1IOLASSE3,
JL For mlIc by
oelC—4t W. H. PARRISH A CO.
BALTIMORE ADVERTlNlll'TI,
Marylaxd bao factory.
Southwest corner of
Sovth and Pratt Streets, Baltimore, Ml ,
WARFIELD, KLIXEFELTER A CO., Proprietors, deal
ers in Bags, shin Chandlery, Paints, Oil* : Block, Hemp
and Patent Ceitdage ; Fishing, Cotton aud Bolt Ropes ;
Seine and Sail Twines, Cotton Waste, Packing Yarn,
Oakum, Anchon, Chains, Windlasses, Ac., Ac. Order*
promptly attended to._ se 28—eod<Sm
JOHN OREACEN.Jr.,
Importer and Dealer in
LIVERPOOL SALT,
47 South strert,
0Ct:-lm BALTIMORE, MD.
J^ALL AND WINTER IMPORTATION, 1866
KIBBONS,
MILLINERY AND STRAW GOODS.
ARMSTRONG, CATOR A CO.,
IMPORTERS AND tOBBERS OF
RIBBONS, BONNET SILKS AND SATINS,
VELVETS,
RUCHES, e
FLOWERS,
FEATHERS,
STRAW BONNETS, SHAKER HOODS,
LADIES’ HATS,
No. 337 and Lofts of 239 Baltimore street,
BALTIMORE, MD.
OfTor a stick unsurpassed in the United States
in variety and cheapness.
Orders solicited and prompt attention given.
au29—2m
H. PKiHOEXTER « CO.
8UCCBSROH3 TO PKNDBXTFH, ALDEJt i CO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
FOB TJ3B SALE OF
BOOTS & SHOES BY THE CASE,
320 IKnltlinore Street,
mv 30—6ra BALTIMORE.
T BERVEY EWlNG,
(Formerly Editor Gazette, Williamsburg, and Ex
aminer, Norfolk,)
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 11 Law Buildings, St. Pan! Street,
an l—ly ; BALTIMORE.
('IAREY A BANGS,
J WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
BOOTS AND SHOES,
No. 260 Baltimore street,
Opposite Hanover street,
BALTIMORE.
au26-2m
MALTBY hocbe,
a. b. illLLZK. Proprietor
Pratt Strut, Baltimore, Md.
This House having oeen lately Ihomngbly refltted
and refurnlnbed, renders Its accommodations second to
none in the city tep22—am
MASON ac~aiANBL,I3i,l>4 Cabinet
Organs.—Powerful and cheap—lond
voiced aaa low priced—for parlors, schools and
churches. These instruments have the automat
ic nwell, knee stop, and doable bellows, end are
the tinest instruments now made. Steinway &
Sons’ colebrated Piano Fortes of every style for
sale.by CHARLES S. BEN TEEN.
Agent for the above Factories,
No. 80 W. Fayette St., Baltimore, Md.
JolO—6m__
B^ARRETT k HIGGINS,
(Lato Warder A Barrett,j
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
HATS, CAPS itND STRAW GOUDS,
No. 272 Baltimore street,
White Marble Building,
wji. d. barrbtt, ? BALTIMORE.
JESSE T. HIGGINS. >
23* The attention of buyers is invited. Goods
sold at the lowest rates for cash. Orders promptty
attended to. au31-3m
IT'Isher a Hancock.
’ COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 4 Exchange Place,
BALTIMORE,
SOLICIT CONSIGNMENTS OF
LEAF AND MANUFACTURED TOBACCO AND
OrilEK PRODUCE.
Careful attention given to the purchase of Mer
chandise on order.
CLAYTON S. FISHER,
AMMON G. HANCOCK,
aub—3m Late of Lynchburg, Va.
David t. buzby,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
BUTTER, CHEESE,
AND
WESTERN PRODUCE.
Manufacturers’ Agent for
KINGSFORD’S OSWEGO STARCH
S1TCKNEY A POOR’S MUSTARD.
MATHIEU’8 vinegar.
No. 6 EXCHANGE PLACE, BALTIMORE.
au30—3m
Vulcan Works. Baltimore.
THIS old establishment, with Increased facilities, con
tinue* to execute, promptly, order* for sTtAM and
large water front on the harbor, with a powerful crane,
gives them great advantages tn fitting out aud repairing
steamers. Stationary Engines of various sizes kept on
hand. Iron for bridges iurnished.
acpi"—Cm . HAZLEHITRST A CO.
mSGELLANGOUS.
By the governor of Virginia—a
PROCLAMATION.—Whereae, by the first
aection of “ An act to provide for the amendment
of the third article of the Constitution," pis-ed
bv the General Assembly of Virginia on the 21st
day of Jane, 1865, the Governor of this Common
wealth is authorized to submit to the qualified
voters of this State at the next elect on lor mem
bers of Congress and of the General Assembly,
the qaertion, “ Shall the next General Assembly
bee oibeil with power to alter or amend the third
article of the Constitution 1"
There.ore, I. t'R 'NCH H. PEIRPOINT, Gover
nor of Virginia, do issne this, mi-proclamation, re
quiring the Commissioners of Election for evtli
county and corporation of this Comm .nwealth to
open a poll at the several places of voting in their
said con- ties and corporations respectively on the
second Thursday in October, 1805, aud to te ord up
<Jn the said poll the response of each quaified vo ter,
who shall vote ‘aye" or -no" upoa the proposition,
“Shall the next General Assembly be clothed with
power to alter or amend the third ar.icle of the Con
ititutlon of VireiniaTand I hereby require the com
missioners of Election at the c-urt-houee ot each
c-.unty or corporation to transmit te tho office of
the Secretary of the Commonwealth, withi* ten
days after the said election, a certificated statement
of the aggregate number of votes cast iu their
county or corporation for th* said prop sition and
of the aggregate number of votes cm! in such
county or corporation against the said proposi
tion.
In testimony where f, I have hereun
ST c i to subscribed my name, and canaed tho
a' ) leaser ieal of the Commonwtalth to be
-^■''■"'utiixed. this — day of August, 1865, aud
tn the nicet.eth year of the Commobwnsith.
F. H. PEIRPOINT.
By the Governor:
caArles H Lewis.
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
Ti i BE CLERKS] SHERIFFS AND COlUUHIOJfUS
OF ELECTION OF THE SEVERAL COCXTIEs
and CITIES of VIRGINIA.-There 1» scarcely a day
ou which 1 do not receive one or more letters request
lug lira -..j iurnish ballots and poll-books for tne ap"
pmaebing election. I beg leave to call the attention o.
these officers to the fact that there i» no taw In force in
Virginia providing for voting by ballot. The po.l
books are made out In tho manner prescribed by the
Code of Virginia of li*>, and there i« no law now in
force authorizing me to furnish poll-books at tee •*
pense of the CHARLES L
oct7—tt Secretary Commooweatth Virginia _
F" AM1LTFLOCR IN BARRELS OR BAGb,
Fresh Bolted Meal,
Fine Black Tea,
Fine Green Tea,
Mucus Coffee,
Java Ceffee
‘ REEVES A MAYO,
Franklin, Between Eighth and N‘n‘h
> tar U*i* Hoopo
SOAPM, CA.^»LEW.
J. CL HULL’S SON,
(Formerly W. Hull A Bon,)
NEW AOttK,
Bogs to oiler abovo GOODS of bis macufccfTtre
and now for sale by _ _
TARDY a WILLIAMS,
Richmond, Va.
mv1*> 6m _
rtLOTHS AND CASSIMEP.ES-r-HtMF.-For bargains
V/ in Cloths and Casslmeres, tall at
EZEKIEL S Cheap Store,
tep2J—f «1 Main street
ONE HUNDRED BAGS P.IO COFFEE,
:5 hhds Cuba and Porto Rico Sugar
10« bbL« refined Sugar
5u bbls. Crushed SugaMor sale by
octia—4t W. H. PARRISH S CO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Ac. =
JOSEPH W. GOODMAN,
COMMISSION'MERCHANT. 1
Having taken Ladd’s Lumber House, on the aonth
side of Hjuiin Bank, near the Oau«e Dock, I offer my |
aervico* to my friends and the public generally for the t
sale of every'kind of
AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, LIME AND
LUMBER, 4c.
I am also prepared to receive oa storage TOBACCO,
FI.Ollt, COBS, Sc.
V Consignment* are solicited. sepM—eodet
Neal, leigh a co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AND
FORWARDING merchants.
Richmond, Vo.,
Now occnpy the large brick Warehouse recently
erected at the corner of Cary and Virginia atreeta,
near the Danville Depot, where they are prepared
to receive consignments of
Tobacco, Wheat, Corn, Oata, Flour,
Bscon, Lard, and
Produce of all kinds.
They also solicit consignments of
Goods, Wares and Merchandise.
Having had long experience in business, the firm
pledge themselves with confidence, and assure the
pnblic that their best efforts may be relied on.
THOMAS D. NEAL,
EGBERT G. LEIGH,
eep8—3m _JOSEPH P. SWORDS. I
A W STOKES 4 CO.,
, WHOLESALE
GROCERS, AUCTION and COMMISSION
MERCHANTS,
a. y. stokes. 1 Fifteenth street, between
8. M. WILLIAMSON,7 MAIN AND CaRY,
THOMAS P0TT8. ) RICHMOND, VA.
AGEN TS
for the sale of
Leaf and Manufactured Tobacco,
And Agents for Marvin 4 Co.’s
Fire and Burglar-proof Safes.
sep8-3m__
Booker, kerb 4 lyon,
PRODUCE COMMMISSIOw
MERCHANTS.
Office corner lGth and Franklin streets,
Richmond, Va.
Prompt attention given to sales of ail kinds
COUNTRY PRODUCE.Jy 36-tf.
BJ. VAUGHAN,
. COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Having been inspector of tobacco at Public Ware
house tor eleven year* past,would respectfully announce
to ms menu* ma me puuuc gener»uy mat at wm f»v
Particular attention to the sale ot Tobacco, Wheat,
Flour, and all kinds or country produce, and will make
prompt returns, hoping, by strict attention to business,
to merit a liberal snare ol public patronage. Office on
the Basin bank, two doors from the corner of Eighth,
uo Cary streot. _eep 18—lm»
QOM MISSION BUSINESS.
Having resumed the Commission Business, I re
spectfully tender my services to my friends ia
Virginia and North Carolina for the sale of LEAF
AND MANUFACTURED TOBACCO, WHEAT,
CORN. BA( ON, 4c.
Parties consigning their produce to me may
expect prompt returns and their business well at
tended to. SAMUEL D. HICKS.
Ofpice on Fifteenth street, between Main and
Cary.
I will also attend to FORWARDING Manufac
tured Tobacco.
sepl8— lmP. D. H.
A'" Q LEE
. " FORWARDING AND COMMIS
SION MERCHANT. ON THE DOCK, has on
consignment and keeps constantly In store
Lime, Cement, Calcined Plaster, Lump Plaster,
Nova Scotia Grindstones, and is agent for the sale
of Beene's Fertilizers, Pacific Gnano and Bone
Plour.
Also sole agent for BAUGH’S RAW BONE
PHOSPHATE, guaranteed superior to Peruvian
Guano. All of which will be sold low for cash.
an 12--3m__
WD. TOMPKINS A BiiO.
. COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
For the Sale of
FLOUR, TOBACCO. GRAIN, LUMBER, 4c., Ac.
Warehouse—Basin Bank,
Adjacent to the Packet Office,
^ RICHMOND, VA.
au28-3m _
D. W. EDWARDS. | J. 9. COLLIN'S.
EDWARDS 4 COLLINS,
GENERAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES, LIQUORS,
CIGARS, &c.,4c.,
No. 6 Wall St., cnder St. Charles Hotel.
Particular attention is invited to our stock,
which comprises a large and carefully selected lot
of Old Rye, Bourbon and other WHISKIES, Hen
nessey, Otard, Rochelle and London Dock BRAN
DIES; genuine Scotch Ales, London Porters: Sher
ry, Port, Claret, Champagne and other WINES.
aul9—3m __
W B. DAVIDSON. GENERAL COMMIS
• SION MERCHANT, Fifteenth street,
between Main and Cary .streets. Richmond, will
take charge of all C 0 N 81 i N M E N TH, attend
strictly to the interests of his p trons, and render
prompt returns. _ao8—tf
PaskiTa brothers,
'shipping and commission
MERCHANTS,
jas. k. cabkie. ) Office S. W. corner Franklin
robt. a. caskie, > and Seventh streets.
Willie a. CASfftE, j RICHMOND, VA.,
Pay particular attention to the sale and ship
ment of Tobacco and other produce, and make lib
eral advances on consignments to their friends in
Liverpool, London, ana the Northern cities.
sepeLtf__
J. B. FEBGCSON. JR., » «■
J. M. NOWLIN.
JB. FERGUSON, BRO & CO..
. COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Office at A. P. Brown A Co’s, 16th Street, between
Main and Cary.
Offer their services for the saie of Tobacco, Wheat,
Corn and other country produce
Particular attention given to the sale and par
ch we of Dry Goods, Groceries, and other mer
chandise. _*u22—3m
R REINS A SON,
. GROCERS, COMMISSION AND
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
also, dealers in
WOOD, COAL, HORSE FEED AND
BOAT SUPPLIES.
They respectfully solicit consignments of agri
cultural products of all kinds, especially of
TOBACCO AND WHEAT.
Strict attention to business and prompt returns of
gales, they pledge to those who may favor them
with their patronage. . ,
inj'Oflice and Lumber-house, between 9th and
10th streets, on Cary street and Basin._
RICHARD REINS,
aug20—tf LUTHER R. REINS.
WT. CLARK A CO..
. GROCERS AND
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
. an80—6m DANVILLE, VA.
PG. BAYLY,
. COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 6, 12th Street, near State Court H6use,
RICHMOND, VA.,
Offer* his services for the sale of Tobacco Grain
ar.d Produce generally. Grain Bags formated
when desired. Prompt attention given to filling
of orders for Dry Goods, Groceries, Ac., Ac.
Ac. _ ___an28—ty
T J. BINFORD A SON,
OROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Corker Thirteenth and FranelikSts.,
RICHMOND, VA.,
Keep constantly on t and a choice supply of
FAMILY GROCERIES,
WINES, BRANDIES,
WHISKEY, RUM, Ac.,
which we are selling at wholesale and retail.
As Commission Merchants, we fire particular
attention to the sale of Tobacco, V heat, Corn and
Country Produce generally.
Prompt returns made. sep8—an
IKON WORKS.
OLD DOMINION ~
IRON AND NAIL WORKS COMPANY,
Richmond, Virginia.
This Company has resumed the manufacture
of the well known brand of “OLD DOMINION
NAILS,” and Is prepared to furnish to the trade
all descriptions of CUT NAILS, of quality equal
in every respect to any produced in the Union.
WANTED.—WROUGHT AND CAST SCRAP
IRON.
Office—In Donnan’s Iron Front Building on
Governor street. B. E. BLANKESsHIP
au4—ti Commercial Agent.
VAILS SPEEDWELL IRON WORKS,
MORRISTOWN, NEW JERSEY.
OFFICE IN NEWT YORK:
J. H. LIDGERWOOD A CO., 176 Pearl Street.
Welis’ Patent Circular Saw Mills Mill Irons and
■y Al L6 W» ofler for »ale, at the low«Ft market
naiwjs-o^^^WcS..
oct»-f Iron front BuUdln*^Richmon<l, Va.
LOST ISO*ftS.
NOTICE.—Application will be made in due
form to the State of Virginia, the State of
North Carolina, and the corporations and parties
Lound or interested, for a renewal of evidence of
the following certificates o debt, stocks and
bonds, belonging to the estate ot Nicholas Mills,
deceased, which were totally destroyed by the fire
that consumed a large part of the city of Rich
mond, on Monday, April 3d. 1865;
State of Virginia Registered Six per Cent. Certi
ficates of Debt.—No. 9. redeemable 20 years from
8th March. 1838, for *960. No. 21, redeemable 3u
years from 1st July, 1840, for *100. No. 83, re
Ih-emable 20 years from 26th June. 1839, for $100.
No. 168, redeemable 20 rears from 3d Nov. 1818,
for $100. No. 177, redeemable 34 years from Ut
Jan. 1855, for $700. No. 642, redeemable 30 years
from 1st March, 1842, for $2,000. No. 1177, re
deemable 20 years from 1st July, 1839, for $800.
No. 1230. redeemable 20 /eats from 1st July. 1840,
for $100. No. 1304. redeemable 20 years from 17th
April, 1847, for $100. No 1315, redeemable 20 years
from 29th May, 1839, for *300. No 1316, redeem
side 20 years from 1st July, 1839, for 4450. No
1565, redeemable 34 years from 1st Jan. 1858. for
$2,000. No 1698 redeemable 25 years from 1st.Inly,
1:48, for 51,000. No 1865. redeemable 25 years
from 1st Jan. 1852. for $ou0. No. 1961, redeem
able 34 years from 1st Jan. 1859, for $1X00. No
2444, redeemable 25 years from 1st January, 1847,
fu* $100. No2516, redeemable 34 years from 1st
January , 1856, for $1,100. No 2850, redeemable 20
years from 22d May, 1838, for 1.000; No 3270, re
deemable 25 ye as from IstJan’y, 1851, for $200,
N» 3271, redeemable 34 years from 1st Jan. 1852,
f -r 5100; No 3830, redeemable 20 years from 30th
June. 1838, for <100; No 1306. redeemable 34 years
from 1st Jan. 1960, i'or S3 000. No 4009, redeemable
25 years front 10th April, 1850, for $300; No 2038,
redeemable 25 years from 1st July, 1847, for $700;
No 4385, redeemable 34 years from 1st Jan. 1856,
for 51.000; No 1305, redeemable 34 years from Ut
Jan. I960, for *5,000; No 4338, redeemable 20 years
f. im 20th Nov. 1838. for alU.UOO,
State of North Carolina 6 per cent. Coupon
Bonds.—No 4a, redeemable 1st Jan 1986, interest
p yable in New York, for $1,000; No 127, do. for
*1,000; No 139. do. for 51,000.
State of North Carolina 8 per cent Coup. Bonds.
— No 3902, redeemable 1st March, 1882, intereat
payable in Raioigh, for $1,000: No 3904, do. for
$1,000; No 3905, do. 51.000; No 3906, do. 81,000 ;
No 3907, do. $1,000; No 3908, do. $1,000: No 3909,
do. SI,000.
City of Richmond 6 per cent Registered Bonds.—
No 1,"redeemable 1st January, 1889, for $1,000; No
3. do loth April, 1867,for 5376 No 4, do 19th March,
1992, for2,0u0; No 8, do Ut January, 18J3, for $200
No 13, do 1st January. 1862, for $1,000 No 22. do.
fur $1,000; No 72, do 1988, for *500. No 94. do 1364,
*5,000; No 260, do 1st July, 1385, fur 32,000; No 97,
1990, for 81,000, No 98, do 1838, for $2,500. No 103.
do fur 8500; No 151. do for *1.000: No 162. do for
5300: No 162, do 1370, for $3o0 No 240, do 1837, foi
| *1,000; No 252. do 1870. for 82.UU0.
j Richmond and Petersburg if. K. Co. 7 per oent
| Coupon Bonds.—No 1, redcemabio June, 1376, for
*500: No 2. do for 5500; No 8, do for $500.
Rich’d, Fred, and Potomac R. R. Co. 6 per cent
Rcg'd Bonds.—No 706. redeemable July, 1369, for
35,000: No 707, do for *1,161; No 275, do fo; 81,368
No 596. do for S567, No 617, do for *3 50, No 630,
do for $260.
Richmond Fredericksburg & Potomac R. R.
Co. Seven per cent. Reghtero l Bond*.—No. 77,
reJemable July, 1879 f .r $1,361 60; No. 260, re
deraable July, 1379, f.»r $l,U5l 60 ; No. 417, re
deemable July, 1379, for $1,361 50, No. 596, re
deemable July. 1879, for $1,361 50.
Virginia & Tennessee K. xL Co. Six per cent.
Coupon Bonds.—No. 2. redeemable Jan.. 1873,
fir $1 000- No. 13, redeemable Jan,, 1873, for
$1,000; No. 16. redeemable Jan., 1873, for $1,000
No. 18, reteemab’e Jan., 1873, for $1,000; No. 19,
redeemable Jan.. 1873 for $1 000; No. 31, redeem
able Jan., 1873, for $1000.
Seaboard & Roanoke Railroad Co. Seven per ct.
Coupon Bond;.—No. 106, redeemable Jan., 1870,
for *5< 0; No. 106 redeemable Jan., 1870, for $6'O,
No. 107, redeemable Jan., 1870, foi $5 0; No. t08,
redeemable Jan., 1870, for$600; No. 109, redeem
able Jan , 1670, for 3500; No. 110, redeemable
Jan., 1870, for $500 No. Ill, redeemable Jan.,
1870, for 8500.
Seaboard & Roanoke R II. Co. Seven per cent.
Registered Bonds —N'o. 31, redeemable March,
1*73, for $245; No. 36, redeemable March. 1873,
for 490; No. 50, redeemable March, 1873, for $246,
N \ 64 redeem-)i lo March. I;i73, for $245 , No. 116,
redeemable March, 1873, for $245 No. 123, redeem
able March 1373, for $245.
Scuboaid <t Roanoke It R. Co. Certificates ot
Stock —No. 27. Guaranteed Seven per ceot. Stock,
shares, 70 No. 250, Common Stock, shares, 60,
No. 339. Common Stock, shares 10 No. 343, Com
mon Stock stare?, 10.
Richmond <fc Petersburg R. R. Co. Certificates
of Stock.—No. 367, Common, 20 Share); No. 624,
Common, 10U Shares.
Petersburg «fc Weldon R. R. Co. Certificates of
Stuck.—No. 194, 10 shares, No. 981, 14 Shares
No. 1,271.8 Snares; No. 1,934, 4 Snares.
Richmond. Fredericksburg & Potomac R. R.
Co. Certificate) of Stock.—No. 87, 80 Shares, No.
1,113, 8 Shares; No. 1.205. 1 Share ; No. 1 369, 100
Snares; No. 1,368, 10U Shares.
Richmond 4 Danville B. K. Co. Certificate of
Stock.—No. 285, Certificate for 10 Shares.
CHARLES S. MILLS,
TUGS. V. ROBINSON.
R. R. HOW1SON,
Executors of Nichols:; Mills, dec'd.
aulO—law3m __
NOTIC.7.—The following Certificate*of Stock
and Bond; belonging to the esiate Of the
late Claudius Crozet having been destroyed by
fire on the 3J of April. 1 -65, notice is hereby
given that application lor their renewal will be
m ide to the procer authorities, viz
Bank of Virginia, Certificates No. 10,110, No.
10.111. No. 10.112, No. 10,113 for 10 shares each;
Richmond and Petersburg Railroad. Ceriitlcale
No. 1,* 09, for 18 shares; Richmond and Danville
Railroad, Certificates No. 1 337. for 25 shares, No.
1 662, fur 12 share;: Grange and Alexandria Rail
rn ,d Certificate No. 7b8 lor 30 shares, 6 per c nL
Bond No. 102 for 75 dollars; Richmond, Freder
icksbmg and Potomac Railroad. Certificates No.
737, for 32 shares, No. 733, for 8! shares, No. 780,
lor vi mures. ao. itv, iur a nnarei. ,vi. tm, iui u
shires, No. 621, f or 6 shares. No. 621, for 4 shares,
7 per cent. Roads No. 19 for 350 dollars No. 373,
No. 651, for 360 dollars, 6 per cent. Hondi. No. 92,
for 100 dollars. No. 597, for Cot) dollars, No. 460
for 360 dollars, No. 6:3 for 350 dollars
( HvkLES 8. MILLS.
aulO—law2ra Ex’r of Claudius Croze , dec’d.
XT OTICE.—ibe f ’llowing Certificates of Stocks
ami Bonds belonging to me having been
destroyed by tire on ibu 31 of April. 1865, notice
is hereby given that application will be made to
the proper nn.horities fur th>-ir renewal, viz :
Orange and Alexandria Railioad Company, 6
percent. C.mpoa B md, X.\ 1,459, payaole Jan
Uury, l>.75. »i,000: Richmond, Fredericksburg A
Potomac Raiircad Company. 7 per cint. Regis
tered Bond. No. 26f, payable July, 1879,8308,
No. 418 pa-,able July, 1879, 831:8, No. 695, paya
ble Ju.y, 1879. $3tM. Richmond, Fredericksftrg A
Potomac Railroad Company, 6 per cent. Regis
tered Bond, I«'o. 481, payable July. 1869,8307; No.
-.88, payable July .86J, $308; No. 388, payable
July, 1869, *308. Richmond, Freuericksburg and
Potomac Railroad ' ompmy, Certiflcate_ of Stock.
Nj. 672, 6 shares: No. G29, 2 shares; No. 623, 21
shares: No, 658, 12 ah ires; :< o. 600, 3 shares; No.
711, !0 shares: No. i 335, 1 share, la pirt for N.
A. Mills; Ne. 1,337,100 shares, do. Richmond A
Petersburg Railroad Company, Certificate ol
Stock, No. 866. 6 shares; Seaboard and Roanoke
Railroad Company, Certificate of Stock, No. 30,
30 shares. _
au 10—law2m CHARLES S. MILLS.
NOTICE.—The folio--log Virginia Stocks
owned by me. and registered la my name
were burnt at my office on 3d April ls3t vis
Bond No. 1216 for *3000
do 1591 “ 2,'fO *
d) 1440 “ 20 0
do 272 “ 1,500
do 1292 * 6C0
I will apply for renew*! of sums.
jy 11_a5m_J. WILLINGHAM.
VTOTlCE.—Application will b» made, in doe
IN f»nn, to tin St .to of Virginia, for a renewal
of evidence of the following State Bonds, sup
posed 11 be destroyed by lire o.-i or about the 30tn
day of February, "1665,’ iwued in the name of
KBATINGE A BALL
No. 1,019,8200, Act 9th March, 1847; No. 419,
8100, Act 8th Much, 1847; No. 4 536. $200, Act
29th M rch, 1657: No. 119, 8200. Act 12th Februa
ry, 1841 No. 4 594, S700, Act 29th March, 1801 ,
No. 4 595. *200. Act 29th March. 1881, No. 4,696,
1100. Art 29th March. 1851; No. 2 836. $1,000, Act
18th March. 1850 No. 4.629.82200. Act21st March,
1837: No. 2,632,31,000, Act 18th March. 1866
LANCASTER A CO.,
aul2—law3m _Richmond, Va.
J^OST BONDS.
Application has been made for ti e renewal of
the tallowing Bonds, destroyed in the great fire of
April 3d
B- nd Orange and Alexandria Railroad, No. 752,
for $500. „ ,
Bond Sooth3idc P.ailroad. No. —. for $500.
Bond Ricbm .nd. Frederick-burg and Peters
burg Railroad, No. 551, for $100.
Bond State of Virginia. Act MarchJS, 1866, No.
1623. for $2,000.
Bond S'-ate of Virginia, - • No.
1824, lor SlOOlf.
Bond State of Virginia, •* •• No.
1625, fjr $4,000—issued in the name of James
Woodbouse A Co.
Bond State of Virginia Act 29th March. 1861, No.
5345. Issued lo Jamca Woodhoure. for 8800.
an 17—w3m*
c-TOLlN- or DESTEDYED, on or about Id April last,
O BondNo. I. Janet River and Kaaswba Canal Co.,
*540, bearing b per cent, interest, lt.ued July lsth,
1151, to Samuel Marx, executor. Application ha* been
Bide for It* renewal EDW. MAYO,
tspZJ—lawcw Executor.

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