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VOLUME „ RICHMOND, VA., MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1866. NUMBER 7. j
IUCHMON I) whig.
DAILY AND SEMI-WEEKLY.
WUIJ BriLDINt), CORNER OOVKRNOR AND FBANE
LIS STREETS.
TERMS:
DAILY—One Year .°®
*• Six Mouth*. *
•• One Month. 1 00
SEMI WEEKLY—"ne Year. * **
• • •* Six Month*... *
ADVERTISEMENTS—Sxvxxtt-htx Cairn per Square
of Eight Liue., for each of the first two Insertion*, with
a liberal discount when continued longer.
PROFESSIONAL -CARDS.
r K. FAR U A K,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will atten I tb" Court. of Amelia, Prince Edward, Not
toway, Cumberland and Powhatan Particular atten
tion given to the collection of Claim*.
Addres*—Jeter»ville, Amelia. nov2--dm^
c. u. ubiuWold, | J- tfiBNiilfi.
/ i RISWOLD & GRISWOLD,
u
ATTORNEYS AND (N»UNSEI.LOR8 AT I.AW,
IK'aao.sn, TIBOIXIA,
Have reuiovej their odke 1“ Marshall Urvnt, belweea
Eighth an I Jr* h .tree!. Practice in all the ' ouru of
tbe I'Uv Ol ™nd and couulic* "f II. ur.ee and llan
orer, and the Cltvult Courw of E.-ex and King and
Quean. WRS-ftR
y BARKSDALE, Jr.,
* ATTORNEY AT LAW,
BALirAX COVBT Hint. VA.
CtiPRTSl —Halifax and Pittsylvania, mad the Circail
Court, ot i inplieIi an 1 Danville. aepS*—ly
a « W. RICHARDSON,
U .
.enrol;net and cotn>klor at law,
|11 i. .uiued lit. professional pur.nit*. He will prac
t.v-. the Court if CucilialMa, ml when the other
I'ui1:.* ,r<* n e.tabii.hvd, lu all lb.'»u ol the city of
Ri. -n ! a liether slate or Federal, and iu Iho.e of
the i'oiin:ie. nf Henrico and Hanover. Will Ukucaui,
in my District Court of Appeals, where the tuduce
i„.ni- ott. red are .utScient . altcnd to tbo investigation
of I o.e. and i oliectiou ot Claim, of every description,
and dvr special aileuii. n toca.es in the Supreme Court
of ... aN ot Virginia Whatnot at Court he may bo
found at .p.ing Karin, ou th« Meadow Bridge Road,
one-ha If mile from Iho city. AdJre**, Richmond. Va,
ImM uui- iy
i t hu. D. WOOTTON,
\ I
ATTORNEY AT LAW. AND NOTARY PPBUC
Fur Kichniond and Henrico county,
COLLECTOR OF CLAIMS.
Off r» hi* professional service* to the people genorally
Bt lo.lhe Bltd abroad.
i'.ri. x—Main street. b.tw-en Seventh and Eighth,
n- door to Dr lhgrri-on'* Dmg store. jylSF—ly
-\\r C. CARRINGTON,
\ \ , ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Ilovr lan.v-ii i K. At BKBaBLK CoBxrv, Va
A> ni-Die r-.nrt. in lie- coantn-s of Buckingham,
% . ..I \ hamai , pay* spncinl attention la
' Co-tec lo.l eciiruig claim- in those couBlieu, and
tin ni.iv ol Fluvanni *nd city of Lvnrhhnrg
p. . r to |i. nduraut, Kllioll fit slii.-l.l., proprietor* of
| Hi Wing noV» ly
/ t M». <\ CAKKLL,
l I
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will practice iii .11 the Court, of Pittsylvania, Halifax
and Henry counties, and the Circuit and llu-ting*
Court ot* Dan vill.-.
Alt.-. Danville, Va au“3— ly
J_£KNKY lit UN ALL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Sfwx i il attention civ*11 t . •' nr. yanrlny and Ex.uni
na'.t ‘it <1 Title*.
ouii1 eft Governor -treet. over into Examiner o(9v-*.
(jy84—lyj_
UKNIiY G. GANNON,
ATTORNEY at law.
Pra- : - in all lire Court* of the city of Richmond and
county . . Henrico
*..** • . in th- l.tw Building. an4--ly
TAMES It. 1> ANN ILL,
attorney at law,
fITT'TLTASIA PoPJITY, ?A.
Wl!l till !o»ny boiioeHtia th* lin«* of hi* prof«»*
plun in I’ltrhrlYAnij und •Jjacfit coiatic* Particular
itt. n ii k’ l . n :•» th* Collection of Claim* mad prompt
rOBltl .»:»• UUmI*.
I’ .1 otl*o*—4'halk Lcr*l, Piittplranta cooaty, Va.
GJU
r TOILS A. COKE,
ATTORNEY AT LWY AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
at- nitoxn. va .
Will practice in *11 the Court* of Richmond city and
the countie* of H-nrico and Hanover.
Offi- k in La* Building, franklin street. »epit>—ly
t aw Notice.
JAMES PLEASANTS.
attorney at law and commissioner in
CHANCERY.
For lh- Circuit and llu*ting* Court* of the City of
Kichm* nd and County Court of Henrico.
” Iiihce in '.lie law Building. Richmond, Va.
Practfee. in all : h- t .-urt* .at Kichtu.ind. and Collect*
Claim- in th- adjoining counties . el»—ly
noBKar of in. ISAAC U . amtixurott.
/ \L'LU .v CARRINGTON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Will practice in all the Courts of th* city of Richmond.
Oifie- on tiorero r street, near Broad street janl —ly
T)RO EESSIO N A I. N l >T ICE.
W«aiD BoCl.lilN and Wi«)D B«'UI.DIN. Jit., *111*1
t-n I a* partner, all the Court, of Charlotte and Meck
. llaharg counties. _
W'nili ItoULDIN *i!l att*o l also th* < ourls of Hali
fax county and the Supreme Court of Appeal* at Rich
wond
Wood Bort.ft.v. J«., I WooD BoPi Dis.
Boydton, Va. Talctt P 0.,
| Charlotte co.
JJEACIIY R. GRATTAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
ftflke mi east-id-of Twefth, at the eud of Capitol
• ntr—t. near the Governor'* !!■ u.e »epii -ly
at rx k noi.t .ui.tr »a*cil t batlt. euaarai.x whiti.
1 11 »I.LAI>AY, BAYLY Sc WHITE, AT
J 1 roRNEYs \r l.\W. Kichm nd. Y«.. practice In
nil 11,* Court* of th* city of Richmond, and the coun
H— id Henrico. Hanover. Caroline. Umu-hlaiid and
ton SAMVEL T. BAYLT.
Notary Pnhllc.
t ‘ I tST VIN WHITE ha-an ortlcc at A-hlmd. Hanover
non i y, Va
l1...— in la* null Jim:. Richmond ocfJ7—ly
pow MATAM aollKTU, f 1
ofth* late Arm ut M.uftrland A Robeit*
« 1)0BERTS X ROBINSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
tNo. 74 Main street,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA ,
Will attend to l*<al bn>iO‘ >B eotro .ted to them in
V*r, ' .1 n i Waabin^toa, l» C at»-4—ly
rr'HOMAS F. GOODE,
ATTORNEY at Law,
BOYI'ToS, MECKLKNBPRG COI’NTT, VA.
COURTS—McckleEhir.-. lunknbnrg and Biua*wick.
_[a«»-ly]_
TyM. W. HENRT,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
(■111 • >T TE COVET E»S*(. »i,
A ft- !« the ('uurla of Charlotte, Prince Edward and
Hi auHi—ly
f Jon* II. liitnua. | J Hum Oil nil, Jr.
jroHN II. GILMER X SON,
ATTORNEY# AT LAW.
Office nn Xixth afreet, between Mam and Yraaktio,
Rtchiu.m.l. Va
W. ..Incut*, atl. nti. a to c . il and criminal practice.
and to ihe cullecii n and pr.-eeuln.n of claim* m Yir
giu i.in<l Wan lain gl><n. n 1' iart --in
11EN JAM IN \V. FINNEY,
attorney at la w,
RICHMOND. VA.
C«»rRTa—Richmond. An 111, Pi.whatan and Chealer
in#... ou Franklin, between Serenth and E*^hth
ntre-t-. Aldrea, H-.\ iTk uo*ll «m_
w« h. cahxi.l, c mu rare «10 a,
Buckiii*h.iiu I* II. Howard*Tl!le, Aik. urine ce , Va
/N ABELL & PATTESON,
ATT‘*RRi» AT LAW AND REALRSTATR AGENTS
WILlMrM \ ADKI.L and CA MR PATT fc>« »N, Attor
oey#it Liw. will tbrir pr-feaabui tuth*»c«>uu*
tie* Amherst. Appomattox, BnrkiugbA® nnd N**l»«»u.
They will itvi uuL in fitment's wk! buy tu«l sell re«|
OU C«*BMiUili4i.
Add re** CARhll. A PATTERN, Buckingham C. U ,
or Howard*till*, Albemarle count?, V*
R» K KEENi'RS I
D**nne A S- Merrill** Palmer, Hart.^wk A Co., Rich
mond
A B Rucker, W T Aid.r..n, Lynehbarg.
W qi H. Ryan. A U ArtuUtead, Baltimore.
>• ||. Campbell, John R UavUiai, New York.
oct>*—Nib* __ _
pbedbick n Fleming,
* attorney at law,
Ooocblixo Covet Hoeie,
VIRGINIA. _no.3)y
j^R. W. W. PARKER
■A, EBECEED TEE
PRACTICE OP MEDICINE AND SCROERT.
Office: Corner of Broad and EleTomth etreeta, oi
peaite City Hall o«tl#-lf
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
r *. itiuriu. ' ‘ uo,iu«u.
j_£OBLITZEL & LOOCKKRM AN,
attorneys at law,
RICHMOND. V» ,
Will five special att. ulion to all kinds of legal busi
ness Practice ia the Court* of Henrico and city of
Richmond
■kfi'KBco, Main street, third door above Sp< t-wuud
Hotel scpd-Gy_
J M. DAVIDSON,
ATTORNEY ATI, AW,
Ne. 2 Osiojidii.it ir .NEW ORLEANS
Kiraas to
Walter ft Robia*on. President of the Mechanic, and
Traders Bank. Nsw Orleans . The* A Adams, Presi
dent Orssceat Mutual Insurance Company. New Orleans ;
Alfrsd Peua. President Union Bank. New Orleans;
I Charles Briggs. President Louisiana Mutual Insurance
t ,,ia(sanv. New Orleans , Hon. Jno. A. J. Crosswell,
Washington. D. C.; Ed. D. Christian, AUurney at Law,
Lvnchburg. Va. dori'i-ly
ISAAC R. WATKINS,
A attorney at law,
•haaiotts Co far Hutsi,
Virgin is
f'sVHTS —Charlotte, Pnose Edward and Lunenburg
deal I Da
Dentai. card.
Dr. K 5. UUDSo.N
■ as resumed the practice of DKNTIaTEY, And may I»#
feuud at his Office, uu Main street, opposite the Arling
ton Mouse. detM-ftn
j^BNTAL NOTICE.
JOHN <1 WATT. Dentist, having recovered his
hesith, hss resumed the practic* of DENTISTRY in
Rtehmoinl. aad respectfully offer, his services to his
old fin-ad. sud patients, snd all others who may need
them.
Office and residence eouth side of Grace, between
Seventh and Eighth streets, where he uiay be found at
all hours. IM»V» IP
DR. JOHN MAHON V,
SURGEON DENTIST,
(For many year* associated with Dr. John G. Wavt.l
would respectfully taforiu hi. eld patrons, and all
others whs msy need hi* services, that in conse
quence of the destruction of Ins o«re by the groat
lire, he has opened ,a olfice at his residence on l-ourth
street, between Broad and Marshall, where he can be
fouad at all hoar» Artiffeial Teeth inserted on gold,
' silver ai l vulcanite. Tbe highest price paid for old
Gold Plate_uiySn—dly
DR. CHARLES S. MILLS
Mas rssamed tbe practice of his profession in the
city of Richmond. Office. Twelfth, between Broad and
Marshall streets. Offkt—ly
The undersigned is prepared to
faraish DE1JIU3S. SPECIFICATIONS, DETAIL
DRAWINGS FOR BUILDING of every description, and
in aay style of architecture that may be desired, orders
from any part of the United States will receive prompt
attention, with moderate charges
WALTER S. WEST,
Practical Architect,
Corner of Fovrth and Bread streets, Richmond.
auSI—ffm
EXPRESS COMPANIES.
OOUT1IKRN EXPRESS COMPANY.
OFFICE
Mu*, Bstwaks Eiourn and Niatii Stkbkts,
UNDER SPOTSW0OP HOTEL.
SVe have perfect ad our arrangement* aud are now
forwardin;
CURRENCY,
COIN,
VALUABLES,
AND
r kliv.ii is,
At Uhk.iilt UisrciD Kate., to all Point* i* tiik
Soctuesn State*.
All good* shipped by the Antes and II ikndev En
rus*» Cojii-vsi i.» fr. in'lhe North, aro transferred to u*
to i'..ui|»lel« trauaporlatlun South
Hood* shipped from the North by steamship »n.l
marked to uar care, will be promptly forwarded to des
tination Ka«« or CuAxuR run CnunissinN* asp Dkvt
auk.
Good* railed for without charge.
For particular*, apple at our eitt. e,
doe 1 .-3m SOI’TIIKKN EXPRESS COMPANY.
rjMIK NATIONAL express anutrans
j POETATION company.
OFFICE:
Mats Stkrst, uetwbbn Tiimru.vru and FoCrtkentb
St re eta,
RICHMOND, V1U0INIA.
Arc now prepared to forward Currency, Coin, \alua
ble*. aud Freight, to point*
NORTH,
SOUTH,
BAST and
WEST.
Tho Tariff of Charge* i* baaed upon fair business
principle*, without being oppressive to the public.
Go**!* .hipped from the North by steam-hip*. and
maike.1 to the care of the National Express and Trans
portation Company. will be proiuplle forwarded to d --
iiuast-. FREE OF CHARGE, for Commission or Dray
*?Good. called for trrtaorr cuarvir and promptly for
1 warded. ,
All desired information ia regard to the extent of the
i hue* operated by tbi* Company, furnished at auy of it*
1 agencies on application .
J E JOHNSTON, President.
J. D. IMBOhEN.
Genera, Superintendent. dccl3—tf
VEHICLE MANUFACTURERS.
/ t AKRI AGES, ROCK AW A VS,
yj and buggies fur sale.
4 line Open-Top Buggies
3 fine Top Buggies
3 Rockawav*. I Doctors’ Buggy
2 Phalons. one very Bo*
3 second-hand Carriage*
For sain cheap, at Robinson’* tobacco factory, corner of
Twentr-Brst aud Franklin street*.
I tf J. W. SHARP.
GROCERIES. LIQUORS, &c.
IRISH WHISKEY,
J warranted genuine.
In bbl*. Pure Rye Whiskey
Genuine French Brandy
koulhamptoa Apple brandy
Holland Gin
Rum
Claret, Madeira. Port and Sherry Wine
Louden Porter
Cigara
Gunpowder and Black Tea*, superior quality
Crashed, Powdered, Extra C and Brown Sugar*
New sugar-eured Hums aud Breast*
Leaf Lard
Java. Lvguayraand Rio Coffee
Adamantine and Tallow Caudles
French sud Kn!i»h Mustard
Bread Sod* and Yea-l Powder*. _
No 4 Franklin street, near the OKI Market.
I
A J Jouxm.x, I A L llrSTT,
l har'otte co., Va. Formerly of
Alexandria, Va.
! JOHNSON S 1IUNTT,
(Scccbbsox* to A. L. Hh'XTT A Co.,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS A LU»l OR DEALERS,
CoaxlX Ilo»TH AXD CAXAl SlBKKTn,
RICHMOND, VA.,
Keep constantly «a hand a large.tock <>f GR0CERIK8
and LIQUORS, to which they respectfully invite the at
j teatioa of the trade
QOUNT1NG-HOUSE DESKS.
1 have on hand TEN DESK5. made of Walnut, White
Oak aid Pine, which I will »eil low for cash, and am
, »tiH waaniactariiig. 1 aia prepared to repair, rlean
and varnish Old Fnruiture. either at the residence, or
si »» shop Betas and Chair* re-covered with Hair
1 Cloth Also, person* wi.hmg to have Furniture packed
can have it dune at the shorted notice.
J'»liN DAVIS, t shtuel-maker,
Rear Whig Building,
d'-cttS-lm Entrance on Franklin street.
/ JSAGH ORANGE PLANTS FOR SALE.
A.euO healthy and vigorous Plant*, bow ready to set,
for hedge*, welt kaowu as soporiur to all other Plants,
for low prices.
dec*—tf WM I! RICHARDSON.
METALS AND MINERALS.—Person* tviah
.e ; ir. for mat i ou r> si-clmi the MINER tl WE 41 TH
Ul fllh &T.4TE. can olita.e full particular* by calling
upon Dr. E II ORA NT, St Richmond. novS- tf
Cl LOVER,
J TIMUTUT,
ORCHARD.
HERD8
Axa
KENTUCKY BLUE <il;ASS SEEDS.
PAI.MKR a TP SPIN,
aovSlt Ha. 'do Mam street.
IX)R THE 1I.AIU, TEETH, »c.—Savag.-'.
Crsiua, or genuine besr'* ,r. a.,e : Puroett ► fine.
sine. Mr. Aileu's Hair Restorer, Helm-lieel', lla.r Re
moter. Prole..or Wood * Restorer, Sorodout, Odon,e
UiO«* »Wl sd»iAiiuu. KK-uUl Klaiti
Libia « KfUMiur liiiiJLoiclii'df Kxtricli, *i»J miny
t.ihtir dw»ir*bU tuilHl article, *i
i*uW KK ill. 1‘H.UrS
bfui* More, M.»tu
<K« l*f l»IJ J<»rkrt.
1>UUE COD LIVEli OIL FOR SALE.
J. liLil K,
i notlf h»7 ISr««i<i
pUAKAOll S SERPENT’S EGGS!
X PHARAOH B BEKPE.NT'di EGGS’
Another lot received st BLAIR S,
dec'dS-t lo7. Broad street.
JADd F. KARTELL BRANDY,
• Imported by Caakie Brother*, for medicinal pur
poses. at P E DWPl’Y S
deedS-t __Drug Store.
QAA BARRELS FAMILY, EXTRA AND
OUU Superfiue FLOCK, for sale by
S FRENCH A CRENSHAW,
declBf Corner Ninth and Main etreete.
\f ED1C1NE CHESTS, at
i»X WOOD’S Pharmacy,
I dee’Arf Corner Fifth and Marshall etreeU.
[RICHMOND WHIG.
MONDAY MORNING.JAN. 8, 186G.
Proceeds of Confiscated Cotton, Etc.—The
record of the Treasury Department shows that,
during the past two years, the Government has rea
lized from the sale* of confiscated and abandoned
cotton, sugar. Ac., iu the State of Louisiana, over
a x millions of dollars.
Mexico.—We continue to have reports from Mex
ico. » irue advene anil some favorable to the lmpe
ulists, but it is impossible, at this distauce from the
field of action. anJ from our ignorance of the sources
whence the information is derived, to separate the
true from the false.
Mr. Sewakd.—The New York Timet, good au
thority ou the point, denies that Mr. Seward’s nauti
cal excursion has any diplomatic or political object.
The trip is undertaken, it says, solely for the benefit
of his health aud that of his son. The ship in which
he sails goes first to Sauta Cruz, (touching, perhaps,
at St. Thomas.) and from thence to San Domingo
aud llavaua, but not, as is alleged, to \ era Cruz.
Sot TitKKS Representatives.—Hou. Jacob Bar
ker lias returned to New Orleans to await further ac
tion ou the part of Congress with reference to the ad
uiissiou of the Southern Representatives. Mr. Bar
ker attributed much of the augry feeling on the part of
the majority in Congress against the South to unwar
ranted representations that have been made by un
principled and mischievous scribblers, whs have de
clared that "rebellion still existed,” when such was
not the case. Mr. Barker says he endeavored to con
vince some of the more extreme members of the
House that they had been imposed upon by false re
ports. but he found his pleadings of no avail, and
therefore concluded to return. He, however, be
lieves that the opposition will ere long give way,
and that the President’s policy will lie successful.
Views of Rai>icai.s.— Some interesting admissions
as to the terms on which the Radicals are willing to
re admit the South are given in the messages of Gov
ernors Coney and Andrew, and a speech of General
Schouek, of Ohio. The latter, in the course of his
speech at Columbus, Ohio, on the 2d instant, assert
ed that Congress and the President intended to stand
by?—h other in demanding from the South the
adoption of the constitutional amendment abolish
ing slavery, provision against the payment of the
rebel war debt and a constitutional amendment bas
ing representation on the voting population. It is
worthy of remark that the firms of the radical Gov
ernors Coney and Andrew, uttered at the same time,
are alino>t identically the same, anil that both ex
press their pmpoic to support the President in his
plan of recoil frui tion.
KrttoFEAV.—Among other matters embraced in
the mails bv the Hermann. it is stated that a hand
hill has been extensively circulated in Dublin, cal
ling upon the Fenians not to act rashly, announcing
that the day of Ireland’s deliverance was fast ap
proaching, and delivering over to the vengeance of
• 1..1., u-l.on tlimhaiir uf Drifili.'tp.l 1 t'itllll l'!l ill'
riv. .. all those who have stood l.y the existing rltiv
, lament. This doeumeut pur|Mrts to be issued by
order of tin* Vigilance Committee.
The London Herald intimates that Governor Kyrc.
of Jamaica, has been given up as a scape-goat to
the tender mercies of the Kxeter Hall fanatics, and
states that it is very generally understood that very
complete documentary evidence will he furnished ol
the existence aud wide extent of a most formidable
conspiracy for the murder of the white population of
Jamaica.
From France we learn that Prince Napoleon has
returned to Paris and has licen received at the '1 uil
leries. __
Northern Ci.aims Against Poitiikrn ( bepi
tous.—The special committee apjminted by the New
York Chamber of Commerce, to enforce, by every
means afforded by the law, Northern claims against
Southern debtors, submitted the result ot their delib
erations to that body on Thursday, in the shape of a
memorial to Congress:
The committee set forth that at the commence
ment of the late civil war citizens of the rebellions
States were indebted to creditors in the North, for
money loaned and goods sold, to the amount of
about $150 000 WK). ami that only a small portion of
it has since been liquidated, while on the other hand
a large pruprfftiou of the residue has been, or soon
will Iw^bim-ed by the State statutes or limitation.—
I.. .a-.u—iU.-i, -I-....- may oe adjusted, there
i.ue. the memorialists pray for the passage of a law
exempting suitors in the Federal courts ol the South
ern State- from the operat ons of statutes of limita
tion passed by State legislatures, for a period long
enough to afford legal creditors an opportunity to
enforce their demands.
Alter an animated discussion, the memorial was
unanimously adopted, together with a resolution
. ailing upon Senators and Representatives iu Con
gress to u-e the most earnest endeavors to procure
the passage of the desired bill.
Doctor Hagby’s Lectckk in Lyncheyrg, Va.
—The Lynchburg papers speak in the most compli
mentary terms of the lecture deliveied (by request
of many leading citizens) iu that city. Thursday
night, by Dr. (S. XV. l)agbr. XVc«re much pleased
at learuiug tli.it it will probably be repeated in this
cite. The ITrg.uiaa, of Saturday, says:
The people of Richmond have a splendid treat in
reserve lor them iu the lecture of Dr. Itagby. it is
rii b. rare and racy, abounding in inimitable humor,
xparkliug wit aud touching pathos. Only Dickens
could have combiued the spirit of these three
talents so charmingly in the same composition,
causing the tears of myrth and sadness to How ul
niost iu in ugled stream. If the ludicrous sketch of
that useful domestic animal, the hog, brought down
the house in merriment, the picture of the *“ Poor
Old Man” caused tears unbidden to start in many
an eye utilised to the nicltiug mood. If the descrip
t on of that glory of Xirgiuia horticulture, the cab
bage. convulsed the audience with laughter, the
-lory of the scene betwecu Ot-itcral Lee and one of
his soldiers after the surrender hushed that laughter
int-i unbroken st llness and tilled every heart with
tender and touching emotions. If the delineation of
.1 l Yin-ini.. r,..t I.!
uiM.-iry up on •• baron and greens'1 was irresistible
in its 'humor, that mirth was soon silenced into
sadness bv the allusions to Virginia now. bowed,
bruised uiid brokeu. the shattcrd wreck of herformer
self. Hut we have not time to pursue this notice.
The lecture was an eminent success, and will add to
the reputation ot the lecturer. We hope to here of its
being repeated iu Richmond, Petersburg, Norfolk,
i'Imrlottesville, Staunton, Danville, and wherever
else a sufficient audience can be assembled.
LATER FROM El ROPE.
Portland. January G.—The steamer Moravian,
from Liverpool ou the 22d ol December, has aimed.
t'ottou is easier aud Jd. lower. Sales of the week
jyuOO bales. Orleans middlings, 2ld. Friday’s
'.lies 13 two bales, market closing with an upward
t udeucy. Breadstuff's are dull and nominal. Pro
c aious quiet aud steady. Consols closed Friday at
S7 i*>7j for money. C. S. live-twenties, WijbGL—
bull.ou iu the Rank of Knglaud has dt-riva-ed
XI-W.UOO.
Fenian trials aud convictions contiuuc at Cork,
M -Allerty’s nequiltal lieing the only one thus far.—
Delevan and Duggan have l>een sentenced re-spec
tively. to live and ten years penal servitude. The
trial* of Charles Underwood and O’Connell is pio
gtc'sing—the evidence which has been given con
necting them with the Head Centre at New Vi>rk.
Another coal mine explosion near Merthytydoil in
Wales, killed thirty-two persons and wounded many
others.
Advices from Frankfort state that since the re
ceipt of the President’s message, a most extensive
business has taken place in American stocks, a:i-otn
paiiicd by a rise ot three and a half |ier cent, in two
dues. The outstanding speculations iu the slia|ie of
options for the end of the year, maiuly contributed
to this movement, which has carried prices to a point
two per cent, al ove those t f New d ork.
U the same time the Herman public generally
have resumed purchases in them for investment, and
are so exclusive in their partiality that advertise
mt-uLsfor the Turkish lo.au or shares iu any com
panv prove entirely unattractive.
Many additional true bills have been returned <
against othei Fenian prisoners at Cork.
Tin- London Daily Srir.» says American securi
ties. especially five-twenties, continue to be imported
iu large amounts by each strainer; but for this the
remittances of specie from America would be lunch
larger, although to some extent this is a negative
result. So far as your money market is concerned,
it is certain a directly prejudicial influence is exer
c.sed. inasmuch its while we send to America raw
material, for which we have to pay cash, she dis
••h.irnes lu-r debt to a considerable extent in gaper.
t'attle disease returns for the week ending Decem
ber lb. are more favorable.
S.itterthw .iile s circular of the evenine of Decern-*
her 9Wtli says: ••Since our la'ta vert large amount
of business has been transacted in live-twcutes at
considerable enhanced quotations, the message of
President Johnson giving renewed confidence."
inauguration of the Uorernor of Massachusetts.
Boston, January 6.—Hoyernor Bullock was in
augurated to day. In his inanguial he congratu
lutes the Legislature that they are assembled for
organization under the auspices of national peace.
He refers to the sacrifices or the war aud its debts
aud burthens bequeathed.
He says the question of a permanent and consoli
dated republic for North America has been solved,
and the freedom of all races secured by arms aud
the organic law. The aggregate debt of the State
amounted to *23,102,872.
A LETTER FROM GENERAL U. E. LEE.
Why lir Removed General Early—General Lee'*
Opiniou ol Early- 111*Conlidrnre iu hi» Abiliiy.
When General Early was relieved from the com
mand of the Department of Southwest Virgiuia, last
Spring, in consequence or the unreasoning clamor
against him. that seemed to make such a change ne
cessary, we came, says the Lynchburg Virginian,
without the knowledge of the General, but through
the agency of his brother, into possession of the let
ter of General Lee, explaining the motive that ac
tuated him in makiug the chaoge. We made a fair
copy thereof, intending, at some future time, to pub
lish it as an act of justice to an old and firm friend.
That time, in our judgment, has now arrived, and,
as an appropriate pendant to the General's letter,
published in onr last, we lay before our readers to
day the letter in question. We know, moreover, that
General Early never complained of the harsh judg
ment pronounced upon his reverses iu the \ alley,
nor were his feelings toward General Lee affected by
his own removal from command. He trusted to
time, and the development of all the facts in the
case, to vindicate his military reputation. The let
ter of General Lee is submitted:
Hkaiki'ks Confederate States Armies,?
March 30. lHtio. S
Lieutenant-General J. ,-1. Early,
Franklin Court House, Virginia :
Dear Sir—My telegram will have informed von
that I deem a change of commanders in your depart
ment necessary, but it is due to your zealous and
patriotic services that I should explain the reasons
that prompted m v action. The situation of affairs is
such that we can neglect no means calculated to de
velop the resources we possess to the gieatest ex
tent. and make tln m as efficient ns possible. To this
end, it i.* essential that we should have the cheerful
and hearty support of the people ami the full confi
dence of the soldiers, without which ourefl'oits would
be embarrassed, and our means of resistance weak
ened. I have reluctantly arrived »t the conclusion
that vou cannot command the united and wiUilig co
operation which is so essential to success. Your re
verses in the Valley, of which the public and the
army judge chiefly by the results, have, I fear, im
paired your inffuence'both with the people and the
soldiers, and would add greatly to the difficulties
which will, under any circumstances, attend our
military operations in South Western Virginia.—
While my own cautideucc in yonr ability, zeal, and
devotion'to the cause, is unimpaired, I have never
theless felt that I could not oppose what seems to be
the current of opinion, without injustice to your repu
tation and injury to the service. I therefore felt
constrained to endeavor to find a commander who
would be more likely to develop the strength ami
resources of the country and inspire the soldiers with
confidence, and to accomplish this purpose, thought
it proper to yield my own opinion, and defer to that
of those to whom alone wo can look for snpnort. I
am sure that you will understand and appreciate my
motives, and that no one will be more ready than
yourself to acquiesce in any measures which the in
terests of the country may seem to require, regard
less of all [tersonal considerations. Thunking you
for the fidelity and energy with which you have al
ways supported my efforts, and for the courage and
devotion yon have ever manifested in the service of
the eonntry,
1 am, very respectfully ami truly,
Yom obedient servant,
11. E. LEE, General.
DRUGS, MEDICINES. &c
1£LUNT & MOSELEY,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
96 MAIN STREET.
(Near Fourteenth, Uexl to “Times” Building,)
Have just nnened with an entire now stock of DRUGS,
MEDICINE*, t'lo-1100,1 Is, I'aints, oil., Dyo Smlls, Per
fumery, Fancy Articles, Soaps, Pomades, Combs, Toolli
Brushes, Hair Brushes,Surgeons’ Instruments, Trusses,
Supporters, Ac. Also dim quality CigArs ami Chewing
Tohaeco, ami all such articles as are usually found ill
a lirst class Drug Store.
Physicians’ Prescriptions carefully compounded at
all hours.
JESSE (TIII.D, wilh Blunt A Moseley, solicits a call
from his friends and the public generally. no?!Bi-tf
JOHN W. R1S0N,
(Successor to Joseph Iiii.iley,)
AP0T1IECAUY AND DRUGGIST,
Corner of Third and Main streets (sign of the Hod
Mortar),
RICHMOND, YA.
octl6 tf
H/TEADK & RAKER,
1VL PIIARMACKUTISTS.
FOUG ERA’S COMl’OUNI) IOD1NIZEI)
Cod I.IVEU oil.
Possesses not only all the nourishing properties of pure
t od Ijver Oil, but also the Ionic, stimulant and altera
tive powers of Iodine, Bromine and Phosphorus,
which are added in such proportions as to render it
FIVE TIMES STRONG ER than any other ; consequently
a very much smaller dose may begiveu, uud alt danger
of nausea avoided.
Fougeru’s DRAGEES and SYRUP of Pyrophosphate
of Iron have received the approbation of the French
Academy of Medicine and many eminent physicians.
The elegant style of those preparations gives them
tuany ad vantages over^theo^
K.aigera's DRAGEES OF SANToNINK, the most ef
fective and acceptable vermifuge known for children or
grown persons.
Fougeru's Path Pbotor u.b, nr "Iceland Moss Paste,”
the most delightful of all the remedies or lozenges now
used for coughs, hoarseness, Ac., Ac.
The above and many other valuable an.l rare prepa
rations fur sale by
MK.VI'F. A BAKER, l’liarmaceutists.
Corner Ninth and Franklin streets,
decAf Richmond, Virginia.
jrjVAMILY DYE COLORS.
PATENTED OCTOBER IS, ISAS.
Black, Dark Groon,
Black for 811k, Eight Green,
Dark Blue, Magenta,
Eight Blue, Maize,
French Blue, Maroon,
Claret Brown, Orange,
Dark Brown, Pink,
Eight Brown, Purple,
Snutf Brown, Royal Purple,
Cherry, Salmon,
Crimson, Scarlet,
Dark Drab, Slate,
Eight Drab, Solferiuo,
Fawn Drab, Violet,
Eight Fawn Diab, Yellow,
For Dying Silk, Woolen and Mixed Goods, Shawls,
Scarfs, Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves, Bonnets,
lists, Feathers, Children's Cloth
log, an.l all kinds of
Wosrlng Apparel,
teg" A saving of eighty per cent.
For 25 cents yon can color as many good, as would
otherwise cost live times that stun. Various shades
can he produced from the same dye. The process is
simple, and any one can uso the Dye with perfect suc
cess.
Uirecliuna III nilgiiso fi'mu nun vriuisn, n»iu.
each package. HoWK A SThVK.NS,
“«>•> Broadway, Boston.
For salo by Druggist* snd dealers generally.
0el9 Mn
I.XIU COUGH AND AFFECTION OF Till)
1’ LUNGS GENERALLY—
Wislar's Balsam of Wild Cherry
Dr. Boner's Kx|>ecloraul
Stafford's Olive Tar
Bryant's Pulmonic Wafers
Jayne’s Carminative Balsam
AVer's t'herry Pectoral
L>r. Churchill's Hypophnsphitea of Lime anj Soda
Le onard's Instant Belief
Brown's Bronchial Troches
For sale by L. WAGNEK,
nov'Jtf Druggist, 6lb and Broad street.
o EM M ON S’ BRAZILIAN 1‘EBBLE SPEC.
O TACLB8, to strengthen and improve tli« sight of
old and young, by day or night, with ease and comfort
to the eye, without the distressing results of frequent
change.. These celebrated glasses are too well known
throughout the South, to speak of th. ir superiority
overall others. Double and single Telescope# of im
mense power and field. Catalogue* sent free, by en
closing stamp. SKMM'iNS, OCULIST-OPTICIAN,
UU9} Broadway, under Lafarge House, N. Y.
*ovl6-2ludAc __
/ llIAMPAGNK, CHAMPAGNE, ClIAM
V1 PAGNE.—luu baskets and cases of Moet A fhau
don's celebrated brands of Champagne, including Green
Seal, Verxvnay and biller*, quarts and pint*. For sale
by i'KKXCH A CKBNSHAW,
Sole agents for Moet A Uhaudon fur the Stale of Vir
ginia _declfff
QTEAU ENGINES OF ANY POWER,
1^ Saw Mills, Cotton Gins, Cotton and Woolen Ma
chinery, Machines and Machinery of every character for
railroads. Milts, Ac., at manufacturers' prices.
SMITH A WHKRKY,
novl.Vf t»« Main street.
f|t <) BUILDERS.
Marble Manllepleces, Grates, House Hardware, Pul
lies, fords, Kiiu Locks and Knobs, snd all other article*
for building purposes, furnished at manufacturers’
price*. tsMITII A WIIKKKY,
HO*|:.| M Main street.
CKL\L,
) HAY
and FLOUR
R. d and white ash Anthracite CO \L
tun Bale- IIAY
9*1 barrels FLOUR
S P LATHROP. Agent,
Eighteenth -tree!,
jau4-lf Jsolll h -. ide Disk.
UAY. HAT- FLOl B, FLOUR.
Ju-t received and for sale :
bales Timothy IIAY
2,'jU barrels latbrop Mills extra »uper FLuBK.a
speciality for bakers
An examination is invited.
S P LATHRoP, Agent,
decl-tf Eighteenth street, south aide of Dock.
rMSIl! FISH !! FISH!!!
A1 25 kit* Nos. 1 and 2 Mackerel
an bhbls. and {-hl>l*. No. 1 Mackerel
3*i this. Nova Scotia and Magdalen Herrings
Now landing and fur aale by
FRENCH A CRENSHAW,
Corner nth and Main.
T>ACON ! BACON7* BACON !! !
30 hhds. prime Side- and Shoulders
For sale low, to close consignment.
FRENCH A CRENSHAW,
declUf Coraw Lull and Main.
/ TOFFEE, COFFEE, COFFEE.—MO bags
V_7 Java, iaguayra and Rio Coffee, for daI»? by
FRENCH A CRENSHAW,
dec16f Corner Ninth and Main utreetii.
NEWSPAPERS
COLE & TURNER,
NEWS DEALERS,
Wbki Bru.Mxo,
Richmond, Ya., i
Keep constantly on hand all the leading Daily and Week
ly paper*. Magazine*, Ac., of the United Slates.
The trade in the interior supplied a^the lowest rates I
and by the earliest trains, Ac.
Also keep on hand ft attack of Books, Stationery, Ac., I
suited to the news trade.
Particular attention paid to supplying the trade with
the Richmond Daily Paper*.
Subscriptions and* advertisement* received forthe^Xew
York New* and World, National Intelligencer (Wash
ington), Petersburg Express and Index, Harpers’ Week
ly, Harpers* Magazine, and other papers ami periodicals.
Address Box 37$ Richmond Post Office.
A. C .COLE. [octUd—tfj J. WALL TURN El |
THE CITIZENS OK ROCKBRIDGE
JL AND SURROUNDING COUNTIES.
PROSPECTUS OF THE “ STONEWALL BANNER.’
The undersigned have associated themselves for the
purpose of establishing a Newspaper and Job office in
the town of Lexington. The paper will ho known un
der the above title, and we have *o named it, not only
to localize and popularize it, hut in hoqur of one who
lived with ns and who died for u*, and whose memory
will be revered so long as the everlasting mountains
shall endure, which encompass lit-* last resting place.
It shall he our earnest endeavor to make it in all re
spects worthy of the support of the people of Rock
bridge and adjoining comities, and we therefore appeal
with confidence fur a liberal share of the >ublic pa
tronage. It will be the exponent of the public senti
ment and the advoca’e of the rights and Interests of
the people, whose aid we solicit and among whom we
have been born and raised. Whatever measure of
public policy or of local improvement that looks to
an extension of the great arteries of trade, or to a
more «.xtended development of the material stud mine
ral resources, in which our valley and mountains
abound, wo shall advocate with energy J%n*l zeal. No
labor or expense will be spared to entitle It loan
agreeable reception at every fireside, and, in ord«*r to
do so, each number will contain a variety of reading
matter, the latest and most reliable telegraphic in-ws, a
monetary news article, and a full report of Congres
sional uiid Legislative proceedings. We hope to make
it t he decided interest of our business men to seek it a*
a medium of communication to the public mind, by an
extensive circulation, based entirely un its meiitsas a
public journal.
With regard to our national affairs, we can only say
that the issues of our recent struggle, have obliterated
all party lilies between the people of the South, and
political distinctions are no longer known among us—
we shall therefore support such men an 1 measure*,
whose conservative influences are or can In* made
available in the removal of obstacles to our social and
political establishment a-'si people, and to a restoration
of equality as a State of the Federal Union.
In the present deplorable condition of our beloved
old Common wealth, and the unsettled state of our pub
lic affairs, we know that many difficulties roust attend
the building up of any new enterprise, but with ener
gy and perseverance we hope to give the “Bannkr” a
permanent position among the journals of the State.
We shall conduct it with toleration and respect for
the sentiments of all who may differ with us in opinion,
and wo a*k the same courtesy for ourselves.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Tor one year, in advance.W Off
For six months, “ . I 75
For three months “ ... 1 Off
The first number will l»e issued in January.
8. II. I.KTCIIER.
declS-tf 8. B. FULLER.
* fc AIJN T( > N S11 K< T A T( >R ”
STAUNTON, VIRGINIA.
To Mkb«iiaxt< a.ni» Drat nks* Mis COmkai tv :
The •• sPUTATOi: ’ published in Staunton, Va., Is
the best U*v i RTIsinu Mi uii M in the inteiiorof tlmSlate.
It is’ptiblivhe.l in one of tile largest town in l In* interior,
situated ku the centre of the .State, with Railroad*' and
good Turnpikes iuili.itiug in all directions, whicli make
it tin focus of trade for all the surrounding c-mulies.
anil the locality to which their citi/.us look for the
news It Is the county seat of Augusta, on.* of the roost
populous and wealthy counties in the \ alh*\ of \ irjjin
iu, which i- bv far tin* most populous and wealthy por
tioii of the State.
It Has the first paper that was established here ni:a kly
A C'K.fTruv Auo, and is in*w in tin list year of it* exist
un.l. i* it, i tv,. ni title ■ * SrAl ntox Si i i T \ loi:.”
it bill alwitVA !*«•«*i« u .11 mi. tutu* il l»v I he m<»nt htiUHtun
llill poiliuu "f the people. Il lia* t!ii‘ largest li'l i f
FAYINB solisrriliers i t any paper in the interior of
Virginia.
MERCHANTS, TRADESMEN AJIH OTHERS,
who wish to rail the attention of the people of this
State t<> their business would promote their intere-t hr
adopting tin’ “ Spectator" as their ... ofei.iiinuinl
ration. A copy of the paper sent when rei|iiested.
Advertisers who di'siro tin* paper In lie sent as long
xs tile advertisement is ordered to lie published, will
plcusu sav so when the advertisem nl i* ordered. Ad
dress, ' “.STAUKTnX SPECTATOR,"
oct.tit- If. Staunton, Va.
f|A||E SCOTTSVUiLK BKCISTKK,
A WEEKLY FAMILY JOURNAL,
JiRVoTKIi TO I.ITKUATritK, AHItliTI.Tr KK, AltT, ftriKXCE
AM) UKXKRAI. AM) l.nCAI. XKW'a,
Wax revived on Ihe 1st of October, hv the undersigned,
after a suspension of four years, in rouse.(io n.. the
war. Its circulation, at Ihe lime of suspension, was
greater than tint of any paper published in Eastern A'ir
ginia, except those of the larger cities, and the Mutter
ing circumstance* under which it is again put l*»rlli, ami
the daily additions which are being made to it* sub
scription list, afford evidence of an uinlitninished pupa
larily w ith the public. Its widely extended circulation,
particularly among tlo* firmer*, tradesmen and me
chanic* of Albemarle, Fluvanna, Buckingham and Kel
son counlies, will rail Ihe attention of Advertiser* In
llie ail vantages of availing themselves of its column* a*
a medium of coiiimnnieaHon.
Xrrr.s -Subscription, T-e per annum. Adverli-i m. nls
of one si|uare of eight line. 7'> cents for eacli insertion,
or <s! for one month; y-1 for three uiontii*; ’i1 ■ fir six
' Joiix ... Bc.iov, / BRADY & HAKIMS,
Jons W. Harris. $ Publishers,
oct'Jti-tf Sciillsvil|o* Va.
riMJIS BOSTON POST I t Mi lsCfi,
[BSTABI.ISHKn NEARt.V FoBTT VF.ARR,]
Has aiway* been one of the leading Newspapeia of New
England, and one nflhc lest liieilinms of advertising.
lty increased enterprise in furnishing a live and read
aide News-paper, and by the recent reduction in price,
the circulation of the BOSTON POST has been largely
increased. To advertisers, few paper* can oiler ci|ual
advantage* either in the exten'nr the character of it*
readers—North, South, East and West.
Uuslncs* t'.ird and Mercantile Advertisements particu
larly solicited from South anil West.
KVBuruirTlux Tf.kms.— Boston Post, daily, tin per
annum; Semi-weekly, per annum, Weekly$2 per
annum.
tt-i.’ Specimen copies sent on application.
BEALS, ftKKKXE At CO., l’lihlislior*,
dec9-2tn 4n aiid42Cmigri «* slriet, Bo.tun, Mass.
INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Mutual life insurance
0 F
N k w Yon k.
Cash assets, July 1st, ISCfl, - - ti:i,.*in,non no,
Annual Income, in cash, - :t,AUO,nOO IRI.
The dividends of this Company are larger in amount
for premium* paid-1 ban in any company in the world.
All of the profits arising from this Imno-usc fund and
annual Income A.vxtUM.riilviiutD amongst the in
sured.
Application* can be made to .1. R. MacritkI'O, A.
Bollixu, i'r. J. B. Mi-Caw, Joux M. otkv, P. F. How
akii, or K. B. MEAliB, with
o. F. HKEE8EE, Oen. ral Agent.
OAlce—Franklin street, between 71b and Mb.
i T)RANCH OFFICE
1> OF THE
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW TURK,
Capital,.$l,onn,nmi HO.
Surplus,.SHO.'iun tin.
Annual income over - l,non,ia)0 00.
Tills Company takes Fire and Marine ItUks on the
most favorable terms. Country risk* nlso taken.
All losses paid at tins office without delay of sending
proof to home olHce.
Application can be made In A. Bum.iso, John M.
Otky, I*. F. Howard, or K. 1! Meadk, with
O. F. IIREKSEK, General Agent,
Ofllco Franklin street, b< iween 7lb and Mh.
*epl4—t
Montague & wiiitall,
(l.ate of the
Merchants' Insurance Company of Richmond,)
INSURE
Property of u.i. Kinds
In the most reliable Companies.
I They also efcct
Marine Insurance and Life Insurance.
Office : No. 231 Slain street, Just below the SpoU
I wood Hotel. nnglft—If
JM. BUCK’S CELEBRATED FLOUR—
• Mnui«*b*llo Family
Albion Extra
flreonmount Extra
LbcutI tlrove, Finn (*r bak*-i & il^c)
Family Soap, a>*oKt*cl
l*nro fidcr Vine tear
old Kt»* and lb*nrb*»ii Wlii-ky
Cherry llounreuml l**>rl Win*
Whim L*ad
l*b‘H»pliHt* i* and Bonn Dual
Manufartur«'d Tuhacc**
On cuiibii:nni«-Qt and for Kale by
1’AJ.MKK, MAKTStn»K k ro.t
novl4--1f libhy Building.
r> A LSI NS, ALMONDS. CITRON, kr.
b. 4o box«*s l.»y* r Kxi-iu
pounds Hoft »hnU Almonds
ItM pound* Citron
•Jut* pou nd» t lirtaulf*
ioO hose* Fi ,i
Fire Cracker*4 and T«»rp* do* *
• Selling I ntr l».\NPi:|IKIK .% AXDEI;>*»>L
di« 11« - * i IWI i • ! ■ ■ '
IUST KKUK1VLI>, on mnsic'inncnt,
pound* prim* • r**ll BFTTEK
«m tub* <i***hcn 1*1 TThli
ALSO, <or HAND,
2s barre ls roinuo ti .ami fit* WHISKEYS
S*n barrel* FLHJR, all irtal* s
For «3l» :«l I* u *- t mark*! ptir**
n F W Elsie El! \ < n.,
de-rlsf Mi.n mihh, up atairs.
MOLASSES' MOLASSES! MOLASSES !!
lib I, "xuaid .syrup
Jo bills. Giddeo Syrnp
Now landing and f**r sile liv
FRENCH A CRENSnAVY,
deelCf Corner "tit and Main.
1U.MP AND CALCINED PLASTER
j 75 loua bump Planter
ion liar re la Calcined Plaster
Daily expected aud for sale by
dec21 AS I.EB.
IT'IRE TEA.—We have on hand a anpply of
very superior Green and Black TEAS, pronounced
by judi.'os to be the best iu the city. For ante bv
A. RODEKEK .N BR<» ,
novJsf Druggist*, No. 10Main etrent.
OK 1I1IDS. NEW BACON SIDES, f-r halo
Jm • ' by WM TATLOK k BOH.
I j»u2t
RAILROADS. &c.
VKA’ AND IMPORTANT ARRANGE
ll MBN’T.
A DAILY THROUGH EXPRESS AND FREIGHT TRAIN,
WITH ACCOMMODATIONS FOR PASSENGERS,
OX THR
RICHMOND, FRKDERICKSUI’RG AND rOTOMAC
RAILROAD.
FAKE TI> WASHINGTON BY THIS LINE ONLY FIVE
DOLLARS.
On and after tbo 4th day »,f January, a Daily
Through Express and Freight Train, with a passenger
cur attached, will he run daily (Sunday* excepted),
leaving Richmond at <•. A. M , connecting at A^nia
Creclt with the stesun-r “ WiUun Small," arriving ill
Washington at 7, P. M.
Returning, will leave Washington at S, A. M , and
arrive In Riehmnud at 10:S<>, P. M
Passenger F'are by this line to Washington only
FIVE DOLLARS.
Freights carried through to Wa-hington with prompt
ness and despatch, at reduced rates.
Through Freights and Freights for Local Station# on
the line ..f the railroad will lie received daily (Sunday#
excepted), at the Company’# Depot, lietween the hour*
of 8, A. M., and 2, P. M.
SAMUEL RUTH,
Superintendent.
J. I!. GENTRY. General Ticket Agent.
E. II. CHANDLER, General Freight Agent,
jairl-tr
f£'UK QUICKEST AXD MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO
THE NORTH AND WEST I
via TUB
RICHMOND. FREDERICKSBURG ANI) POTOMAC
RAILROAD!
THROUGH TO WASHINGTON IN SEVEN AND-A
IIALK HOURS.
\V I NTF’.lt A K It A N(: ICM EN T—Cl IA N <! K I) F
gcMFIM’I.F.
RICHMOND, KIIEDEUICKSBURO AND POTOMAC
RAILROAD.

On and alter this dale, THURSDAY, December 2'lh,
ImI.’i, the Trains on Oils read wilt bn run as follows:
Through Mail and Pa-ssengerTrain# will leave DAILY
(Sunday nights excepted) at S A. M. and s 1*. M.
Accommodation Train will leave DAILY (Sunday ex
cepted) at .V:to P. M.
Through Etfpres#and Freight t'raiii# will leave DAI
LY (Sundays excepted) at * A. M.
Freights’received DAILY from R A. M to 2 P. M.
No Freight# can be carried by Pasaenger Train#.
SAMUEL RUTH, Superintendent.
OpFKTB RICHMOND, F'BKI)KRIi K#tirK(l AXIi I
Potomac Railroad Compant, >
Richmond, December 2S, 1R6A. )
dec2S—tf
ICILMOND and DANVILLE KAILKOAl),
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after TUESDAY, December 12th, the PASSEN
GER TRAIN on this road will run as follows:
lata v e Rich undid daily, Sundays excepted, 7:40 A. M.
Arrive at Danville, .Vlo P. M.
Leave Danville daily, Sundays excepted, 5Ho A. M
Arrive in Richmond, 3:1A P. M.
Trains connect at Biirkeville with trains on the South
side Railroad for Lynelibiirg, and at Danville with the
trains on (lie Pied nn-nt Rail is old, f»,r C reel)shorn', Char
lotte, Ae. THUS. DODAMEA D, Superintendent,
decl’i -If
yMKGINlA CENTRAL RAILROAD.
The followin ' regular train* will bu run on this
load, oil anil :»11 •• r Til IT Its I»A V, Dfreinhoi* 21*1 :
A .Mail 11 a i ii iiai i \ , it ur j> i uii .■'iiini.il >, !#•■»»» ii iti< u
ruond anil Staunton, leaving Rich mu Oil at 7.45 A. M ,
and Staunton at S A M.
A Irl-weekly Mail Train, leaving Staunton :it 7 A.M.,
for the Wont,\>n Tuesday*. Thursday* and Saturdays.
The Mail Train leaving Richmond connects with
trains on the (IRANI*K AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD.
The Daily Mail Train connects with stage coaches at
Staunton for Lexington, Winchester, &c.
The Train West of Siaiinion connects with stage
coaches lor Rockbridge Baths, Rockbridge Aliffn. Warm,
Hot and Healing Springs, an«i tin* White Sulphur and
Levcishurg.
A Freight Train between Richmond an<l Staunton
connects with freight trains on the orange and Alexan
dria Railroad lor Lynchburg and Alexandria.
Freight \\ ill he rent to any point on the orange and
Alexandria Railroad without change of cars.
Hoods purchased in Northern cities can In* sent di
rect to :tini station on this road whore the Company lias
an Agent, by consigning them to Stephen H uliter, (*Vne
ral Freight Agent, Richmond. Thu charge fur the
transit through Richmond, including wharfage, dray
age, storage and commissions, will not exceed ten cents
p. r 1m) pounds, and on heavy articles will he much
i< s . Freights will ho collected at destination.
Through ’I'ickets can he purchased at this •Ulice to
Lynchburg, Bristol, Knox villa, Chattanooga. mJ Dalton.
Tickets D* Is‘xingtou, Virginia, $11.
Freight ottlco at Richmond closed at A 1*. M.
H. D. WHITCOMB,
«epl*2—If General Superintendent.
RICHMOND A.\l» I'KTKRKIH’KG I! AI I.IJHA D Co., /
RniiMu.xn, Va., Dec.-_’3, lxiJ. S
V y* INTER SCHEDULE.
«>ii and after MoN'D.W, the 25th instant, Trains upon
Ihi* i< ad will run as follows :
Ia»ave Mam* hosier at •• 5u A M ,and at A 55 IV M.
Iijjavf IVter-jhiiig 7 15 A. M.,and at 5:M IV M.
Train, with a p:»s*i*iiger car attached, a ill D’av./ai Vn1
che ter and lVter. lung at 10:60 A. M.
E. II. GILL,
*1* c'JN If Engineer and Superintendent.
Oi l O K ni('IIXlt>U ANIt i'KTKtCKKUKU R. R Co., f
Richmond, January 21, IM>I. S
ON AND AFTER 'HIE 7TII OFJT7: »:
JANI'ARV. r-iiu, the Suuday Kveiling—
l*aHOwn/;er Trains will run on this road a- heretofore,
leaving Manclo-ster at .'1:5.5 I* M. and leaving Pisa Inn
las at 5 lu IV M., airiving at Manrhcbtcr at 7 1* M.
E. It. GI Id.,
jan l-tf Engineer and Superintendent.
Fkbicsiit Om* v. K. F. A IV R. R. (%#., J
Richmond, December 19, lrt>3. $
r|MIK DEPOT OF THIS COMPANY rS
1 will he dosed for the reception and delivery tzJSL
of Freight during Monday and Tuesday, the 26th aud
2Uth Instant.
Also, the Freight Tralu will bo suspended one trip—
the 2*Uh.
Regular* perath ns will be resumed on Wednesday,
the 27th, and the Freight Train w ill c»»mun nco running
on Friday, tlio 29th, as usual.
E. If. CHANDLER,
*|cc2o—ts General Freight Agent.
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSES.
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE,
SEED AND GUANO STORE,
Fifteenth Street,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
I l.u.-. W tl.ua> If H k i.iiuilv Tr
Kiciiiiiontl, Ya. | of AluXiiiidriii, V.t.
ALLISON A ADDISON,
Kc-p always mi hand
CORN SHELLEKN,
cuttin u boxes,
(.11 UK NS, WELL CI'KIJS,
KAN MILLS,
CIDER MILLS, PLOWS, HARROWS,
and a general assortment of Agricultural Implement*
and Machines,
SEEDS, ft IT A NO, BONE DUST, Ac.
Orders promptly attended to. novl.lf
4 GRICULTURAU \V A REHOUSE—
ii establishkd in iaw—tho *nh*eriber* »tm
continue their business al the old »l;so.l on Franklin
street, between Wall street and the Ballard House, and
will be glad to see their old customers and Ibo public
gene rally.
In addition to the stock of PLOWS of onr own patterns,
we make
Kick’s Iron Beam Plows, for one, two, three and fonr
horses, known as K. D. l>. ; Washington, old Dominion
and Pioneer Plows ; Plow Castings for nearly all the
Plows in use.
And keep for sale Garden Seeds. Timothy, Herds and
orchards liras* Sued* ; Baltimore Company I'oudrette ;
Baltimore Company super Phosphate of Lime, Ac., Ac ,
Ac. GEORGE WATT A CO.
*u2t)--tf
NOTICE.—At a meeting of the Board ol
Directors o. the Bank of Virginia, on Friday, Oc
| tohea 13, |*«5, th» following resolution* were adopted :
Kesolc. d. That notice be giren, by publicatL n in the
newspapers, that the Bank of Virginia will redeem its
circulating note*, and pay deposit* standing on 1st
July, ISlil. a* they do now, at the rate of tu-nty-Iive
cent* in coin, or the equivalent in currency, per
dollar; or will advance sixteen cent* per dollar, in
coin, or the equivalent in currency, to *uch bolder*
and II *nrh Joposit*. the |urtles to receive in addition
a ratable proportion of *urh amount a* may be real
ized and made available from Ihe as*et* of the Bank
f .r distribution when it* alfair* can be brought to a
close.
Resolved, Thai depositors having balance* duethoia
in I'onf. derate currency be r. quested forthwith to with
draw such balances.
JAMES t'ASKIF., President,
ortlt if A F. DENNY, Acting f’a-liier.
VTOTICE TO TAX-PAYERS I.V THE
i_N CITY <>F RICHMOND.—In compliance with the
ordinal e * of tlie city of Richmond. I will attend at my
otBce dally from 0 o'clock, A M.,t»tj, P. M., from the
lelli t-* ihe :,| ,t of Dev. lolo r, inclusive, f-*r lb.- purpose
i f receiving from any person* who are charged with
c.t . tax* * lor the ) ,-ar l-'igi, deducting lo p, r centum
th-r.fr..m. J I'Ll US A. ID'Bm'.N
P S • It is of vital importance that the tax-payer*
rain- forward, a* i am required by ordinance to adver
ti*e all delinquent real estate b»r sale four week* pre*
vi ,ii* to the February term of the Hustings • ourt, anj
to close my collection* at the end of Februorv
Tile Ilm. for paying the above tax Inis been . tlrn I- 1
to the 1 ;,||i .lav . f January, l*n»;.
„.,i j \ nrtjMfw
1) RESCUE * > CANARD. successors t» HT.t,
t D I olqnilt A t o . baling r-s.ilarcon.!■ oiu- ut* of
ve**,-l* fi. n, lo-sl.ui. New York, Plnla.lelpl.ia and Bal
timore, are pro par. -I l" a..-..uod»l« jlw btwiu. u pub
lic io all mallei *p| . rla.nu.g to bill l MAN I
i*rd* r* uiuv bu left at tbeir warehouse, c.ru-r fclgb
teei.tb and Cary street*, or al Midlothian c* al ntfice, t.7
eel «Ct‘i7--3m
I" UBIN’S EXTRACTS. — Niglit-blo.iniing
J reous, fine Pomades. English and French Hair
Brush**. Tooth Brashes and Shaving Brushes in great
variulv, genuine German Cologne.*, Toilet Powder,
F iin-v Puff Boxes, in great variety, for sale by
’ k. w. powers,
nov22f Corner Main and Kigbleenlh streets.
oUIiAR I SUGAR!! SUGAR I I!
So barrel* pulveriied, granulaied, crushed and
cut loaf Sugar
200 barrels A B C and extra C Sugar
Now landing and for sale by
FRENCH A CRENSHAW,
declflf Comer 4th aud Main.
STEAMBOATS, &c.
■CX)R KIO DE JANEIRO,
Calling at ST. THOMAS,
PAKA,
PERNAMBUCO and
BAHIA.
The United States and Brazil MAIL STEAMSHIP
COMPANY will dispatch regularly, on the 29th of every
month, a new and FIRST CLASS STEAMSHIP, to leave
at 3 o'clock, P. M., fmui Piei 43. North river.
All letters'll*ve to passthrough the PostoEtce.
An experienced Surgeon will We in alt.-udance on
board.
For freight and passage, having splendid aecommnda
th us, apply to
THOMAS ASENCIO k CO.,
No. 17 Broadway,
oct2fi—3m _New York.
PACIFIC MAIL STKAMSHir
JL COMPANY'S TROUGH USB
To CALIFORNIA, .'Srrt-'^ u]
Touching at MKX1CAN PORTS,
AND CARKT1NU TilK UNITED STATES MAIL.
LEAVE PIER NO. 43, NORTH RIVER, foot of ('anal
street, at 12 o'clock, noon, on the 1st, 11th and * IS ’. of
uvery month (except when lhi.se dates fall on >unday,
and then on the preredin ; Saturday), for A* PI NY! ALL,
connecting, via Panama Railway, with one of the
Company's Steamships from Panama for SAN Fl.AN*
CISCO, touching at ACAPULCO.
DECEMBER.
anili—Hevkt Ciiavsckt, Captain Cray, conmeting
with Sai UANK.vro, Captain Caverly.
JANUARY.
lHh—ATLANTIC, Captain Manrv, connecting with
Golden Auk, Captain —;-.
20th—Nkw Yuuk, Captaiu Horner, connecting with
Constitution, Captain Farnsworth.
Departttres of I-t an 1 21st rnnnert at P.itmua with
steamers f„r Not ill Pai'IEIU Pours. Those of 1st touch
at M.inZ.inu : o.
THRornu pass-hie a it Kg i.vrruREVcr:
First Cahin.♦;!»»•> 00
Second Cabin. tNsi isl
Steerage. tod Ml
A discount of o>R ot'AKTKK from steamers' rates al
lowed to second cahin atel steerage passengers with
families. Also, an allowance of ovk udaktek on
through rates to clergymen mid their families, and
school teachers; soldier* having honorable discharges,
HALT EAR*. ....
tine Hundred Pounds Baggage allowed each adult.
Baggage-masters accompany baggage through, and at
tend to ladies and children without male protectors.
Baggage received on the dock the day before sailing,
from steamboats, railroads, and pas eager* who prefer
to send down early.
An experienced «itrgeon on board. Medicine and at
tendance free.
A .Steamer will lie placed on the line January 1st,
IS*’*, to run from X* iv Orleans to Aspinwall, via Ha
vana.
For Passage Ticket* nr further information, apply at
the Company's Ticket OlHee, on the wharf, foot of Canal
street. North River, New York.
dee'J -Hm F. YV. 0. BF.LI.mVS, Agent.
pOK NE\V YORK.. n
ATLANTIC COAST SbSSKH
MAILLTEaMSHIP COMPANY
The splendid new Ride-wheel stcaidshli*
1IATTERAS,
Lewi* Parkixii, Commander;
ALBEMARLE,
II. A. UortiNK. Commander:
I I.'ol.m.I re TUESDAY and SATURDAY
l eave N'.-w York WEDNESDAY an.: SATURDAY
Tlie steamship HATTKItAS, Captain le wl* Punish
will leave here, from 111" wharf a' Docket! , oi
TUESDAY, Mli instant, al !i o'clock, A 41.
These ships are et.lir. ly new, ao.l were built ex
prossly for the route.
They have spi. ieli.l saloons ao.l sla|.*roou,s, an.l lh.
fire, acromino.la'lmis and allenlion ..iirpiU'Wjd.
Passage, meal* ao.l S1 ale -1 oulu* included, cl.,
floods shipped by this line .re landed regularly a
N. w York, on Ilia Company'* covered pier, withii
forty-eight hoars.
Shippers are invited lo notice that the great daiaag.
an.l l.-.-s by handling uml exposure from lr.s|iicnt re
'hipping, as .... other tin- , i- avoided by Ibis route.
Freight* for points bey.I N. w York will be lor
warded with ile-palcli, ai.d 1.0 charge made, except ac
taal expense* Incurred.
These ship* .Its. I.arge cargo in X--w York, at Pier No
:tti. North Iticer, and the Company's sicnu rs f..r Wil
i.imgt'.n, N. »!., Charleston, S.iVaunah, Mobile and N.-v
Orleans, leave from the sam.i pier. tl...*ls lor the*,
points can lie transferred without expense ..r exposure
Insurance is very low by ..* slit pi. an.l Iho eeonoui]
i n time, In;-umure and cn.lilinn in « liirli goods are de
11 ver.'d, mak. . this the.’li.-ape*l rouie from Virginia
Insurance effected at low. si rate* when ordered.
AGENTS:
l.lvingston. Fox .V Co., Ml Broadway, New York.
Samuel Ayr.-s A Co., Richmond, Va.
Calw.-ll A Ilium, City Point an.l IVIershnrg.
S. C. Elliott, Norfolk, Va.
For freight or passage, apply I."
SAMUEL AYUKS A CO., Agents,
Hilled Iron Front Buildings,
Governor street, opposite First National Hank.
nov2«-tf
J AMES HIVE li LI N K
NhUFhLK AND KICIIMuXD STEAMERS.
CARKYlfto TIIK UNITED STATES MAIL, ANl
TUB ADAMS, IIAIt.NI)UN AND
NATIONAL EXPRESS.
The Steamer M MARTIN, Captain I,ivi*.i»t..»,
Steamer CITY nK RH'IIMuND, Captain Sntax.IAf
Leave Haskins A Ilridgf..rd’s wharf
EVERY MORNING (Sunday* i-xc.pl-.l) AT IIALP-I'AN'
SIX h'CLGCK,ronnectlng *t Norfolk with tin
oi.d nav t txk sTKuma*, »nw i ism stk*mp*s,
THOMAS KKI.SH, GEORGK LEAKY,
('..plain 111 MKI I., Captain lit VK . MAK,
ADELAIDE, IHCTAToU.
Captain Cax.vo*; Captain L.»m>i»;
FOR
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK.
For further information, apply at the office on lb.
vrliait formerly occupied l.y the old Line Steamer*.
Freight received from 3 to 6 P. II.
R. O. HASKINS,
office at Rockett*.
D. B. BUI DG FORD,
Office at r-ridgford A Myer», on the Dock,
Between Fifteenth and Sen nteenlh street*.
All FREIGHTS f..r p-InU on Ilm river MUST Itl
PREPAID. HASKINS A URIDGFOIID,
nov‘20—if General Agent* Janie. River lino.
QFFIOK OF
W K L L 8 , FA It C O A C O . ,
NEW YORK AND CALIFORNIA
EXPRESS AND EXCHANGE COMPANY
Nio. *■! nronilua). New York.
SHIPPERS OP FREIGHT
TO THE
PACIFIC COAST
Will plea.eC take notice, that baring been appeintei
FKKJOUT AGENTS OF TH15 PACIFIC 1IAH.HTE.AM
SHIP COMPANY,
We arc prepared to receive F’rei,ht for
CALIFORNIA, OREGON, NEVADA,
WASHINGTON TERRITORY,
SANDWICH ISLANDS,
CENTRAL AMERICA
ami
WESTERN COAST "P SOUTH AMERICA.
For rate* apply at onr office, No. &4 Broadway, 01
freight olfit e ell dock foot ol Canal street.
Steam-r» will mil let, lltli and 21»t of each month
those date* filling on SUNDAY, on preceding SATl'U
DAY.
No SLOW FREIGHT RECF.IVF.D ON DAY OF SAIL
ING.
FREIGHT MUST DE DELIVERED ON Dot K Ftvfl
OF CANAL STREET.
bilie ol Lading will he I.1 .0 No. cl Hr..a.lway.
Our u.-iin! Package K\pr will L>* • • nt hy each
•learner AND WILL CldloK AT 10 A. II. "X SAILING
DAY.
Our Letter Raga will cln-e al IF'til A M. For conve
nience of onr up-tuwii eti'toniera a letter bag will be
kepi at Hi. Metropolitan Hotel and on I lie d • k foot ol
Canal alreel ,
t»ur FR ANKED ENVF.i.oPFi' will I "n
offl.-.s c,r till* II- 'el au-1 al our oilier, ‘ 1 bntawmj
:t'i-| ( *:»al slli-cl tl'd k, . •.iv'ffW V
All letter- of I li I "Ugh a* lie T i-N '-O'™*
MF.N I' ENVELOPES.
Hi lit F-tli.n.g. on hoi Fr ,w ■ D r ml".
Te|“ iMnefer. of no*,- ;■ .. *” I-"**"
reached hv the wire, on AA'c I <
I : ■' : * weli>7faroo * CO.
.— L
O A.MKI.SO.N, JACOHSON & CO.,
k' No 77 MAIN STREET,
Refers the trade to their I tii led price ||«t ,,f
PAINT'-, CM.--, VARNISHES,
which Ihev at. el I log at Sew V..rk market rale- ; alao
to th. ir large ►lock ..f
FRENCH AND AMERICAN WINDOW g|.AES
We mannfaeture onr own SAMI, lil.INDS. DooRS.
A. . and tlialleOge c,|U| et.ti..„ .,1 th.) rater we an
aelling.
i»lv- 'i-' a trial, nn-1 w»* gnaraitl**** nail furl I on.
n-»r*?l If No 77 M.iiu fclr*-«*t.
rpOIl.KT AUTIU.KS, PKKI'I MKUY, *c.
A freah and beautiful a.-ortnient of Ho I’, rfuuiary,
Cun.i.ling in part „f l.ul.in'a genuine Fialrarir, Soup*
and Vlnlatte l-owder. Dr Pleaaaiita’ Fragrant IHit.li
frice (the need delightful and one of the l»e«t prepara
tion" for the Teeth and Gum-'. Ho/od. nt, iKloncilaine,
Tooth Wa-he*. Fine Fngli-h Hair and Toedh llruMica.
Heliotrope, K.. Milh lb ur and Vb.l.-tle T,,"„
d**r-»t largo a- - or l went Toilet Soap-, ^
hr I*. K. DUPCY. DrnggleU
deeut jill Brood street.
0KON,,COand white8TF.mmrdbacco gBBD
PALMER .v TURPIN,
novCt-tf No. 2d Main atreot.
STEAMBOATS, &c.
i^KEIliHT FOR NEW YORK , „
AND BOSTON. rWar*QwIj
_ «Pj I ' I flAtT.
INLAND ROUTE, VIA CHESAPEAKE 114 Y AND C >
HAL, THROUGH TO NEW Y< >KK. *
THE old POWHATAN STEAMBOAT C«'MI’ANY !
The hew and first class steamers STATE OK MARY
LAND, PETERSBURG and STATE oE VIRGINIA, are
now receiving and forwarding merchandise of all d' -
script hois fr,„n Richmond *° Philadelphia, New York
and Boston, In connection with the Usual Line of
daily steamers from Baltimore,
These steamers leave Richmond every M. nday, Wed
nesday and Saturday, for Baltimore.
I Goods shipped on those days will be landed in New
York on the third .I vy thereafter.
Shippers will take notice that good* shipped by this
line do not go to ska, but are carried entirely throiivU
1 n t. ami, thus saving or superseding I he necessity of in •
, surance against ska risk*.
j The large sue of the strataere belonging to this lit e
enable us to carry goods at less Ihan By any other
I route.
Freight for points beyond New York will be forward*
I ed with dispatch.
I This Hue U the only one that connects with a daily
line from Baltimore for Philadelphia and New York,
l and that ean give through receipts.
| No drayage or commission charged. The two lines
| occupy the same wharf in Baltimore.
For freight or passage, apply to
DAVID .V WM CURRIE,
office at Charles T. Worthnin A Co.'s,
Oc*24—ts Fifteenth street.
PEOPLE’S LIMB. *£236 *
I _* ffiBBBu
THE GREAT ROUTHERN FREIGHT AND PASSENGER
LINE, DIRECT FgR BALTIMORE.
NO TRANSHIPMENT OF OO0D8.
I The new and elegant steamer AGNES, Captain S I’
I Bowen, and E1.LIB KNIGHT, Captain «. R. Graham.
will f. rm a regular line direct to Baltimore, leaving
1 Richmond every TUESDAY and SATURDAY
j These steamers insure at lowest rales, and deliver
their goods promptly.
I Freight handled in tlie mo«t careful manner, earned
| allow rates and in any quantity, Uavlog large < ■
■ parity.
1 Freight received dally and receipted for.
! For Freight or l*a.-«»ge, having splendid staleroom
aceetmnodation-. apply to
CHRISTIAN, LEA A Co., 6> Main street, Richmond
W. J. TAYLOR S CO., Union Dock, Concord street,
Baltimore.
J. B. READ, Petersburg. ocu’. tf
P 0 R N K W YORK. ^
THE OLD LINE.
FMTABI.ISHKD IX 1861.
NEW YORK AND vlwilNIA STEAMSIIII*
COMPANY.
The magnitlcent sidb-wheel steamships NIAGARA
and SARATOGA, tu coinmsn.I of Gsplains Cor. 11 sod
Kinu, experienced seamen. The Pursers, Mes.r- Wn •
mam o. and J M Smith, ar.i well known tollie e. 10
nltv.
In point of strength, speed and finish, th.hip
F HEIGHT rapacity large ami rales moderate
No changing of Freight :»» l*y other line*, which it
very Injurious hi cargo.
Insurance, if de*lr« *1, can bo effected ai the v* ty I* "
put rates.
order your gouji hi cuiuu by this **af*« ant up**- :y
1 Line.
Fasnangar aecommodatIona are superb Tick-'- • 1
Berths s. cured on board, or at u»y office, R<. I * r
Th**v leave ICichinuid, from l.ttdlani A
wharf, sreiy TUUnDA Y and 8ATIKBA V • ». »•
tide. The hour 4M-ertain«*d by reft*rciM . to dally fw
of the dav previous to dav **f departure
dec ld-tf GARRET K. WAT> »N. IlnM
I^OK l’llll.ADKU’JlIA. ^»T, E
_ isoTissrc
PHILADEI'llf A A XU Kl< IIM"ND STEAM P.M I"
rilMIG.C,
8 E M l • W E E K I. V LI >' E .
Permanent arm ng-m-n' 1 irnt k." i P' '• r !
above line will run regular!)* between » ’■
■ D>l Richmond twice a w- I
Ini.. notice w
turu of III- following f n» -I- in., i
VIRGINIA. i ai fit:n -'nyd.
MAYFLOWER, ''a plain J. Knb!n»on.
claYMo.vt. i .ipi, ii : i; Lin- n
Th- freight nod pUM'i role. 1 r
a low ligure, nod it I* III- in.-ini n " lh* ■■
by the Induc-m-nlx oll-i I. lo make t to lb* ot.“
of lli- public lo piitmnU- Hit* lin
For freight or pa-age apply ' >
K. H DIRP.n.L, Agent,
(iftco of Virginia T..wiug I'oinp ”.y.
a«pl3—tf Twi i 1
|^OK NKW YORK.
».KW York A*D viruima
STEAMSHIP ''"SIMM
Th- .VI AGAR A l-avr* here TI'EsDAY ii - rning.
o’elnck.
Th- SARATOGA 1-av-a li-r- FATI'RllAY. a' I
o’clock, M.
Th—- -learner*»r- n-w, uii-.|ii..ll.d in point of -p* I.
stroll gib rind IJn:-li Fr-lght capacity l.*r *
Xo irun-liipni. nl a- l.y other Him. ltal-* under
! In-iir-at the luoat moderate ra*»"*.
[ i r-lghl r-c-ir-.l -v.-rv d.ir (. xc. pl Sunday
, OARKF.T F. WATF' N.
jaiib 7t Rnekel
f piiuoi <ai TO i.YNcii-w*. .irrrmL
’ I Ill’Itli. I.KXIXGToX AM' ill' f1'11 T-r' 1 - '
! ('IIAXAN, I:V of R JAMES RIVER 1
II ANA1.PACKETS).
our Packeta l-av- Richnioi;.! for lti>* al.ov- pin-. - :-.i
Ih-n.unl hour. 6 l*.M , MOSl'AT, WKIi.N FMiAY nd
t FRIIIAY, and arrive in Lynchburg at <1 A M . " d I- x
, ' ingloti and l.uchannn al In P >1. of the »-c.o.d day
| Fare lhrousli lo Lynchburg.♦ ’> ""
I* i " •* l>-xingt o .....♦.•••*
•* “ Buchanan. '• ,M|
«WA> If It. KhMoNH.
HATS, CAPS, &c.
JOHN OOOLKY,
ft 239 SPOTVWOOV IIoTRI.,
Rlf’HMON D, VA ,
t If*”* on hand, nod Sh constantly f.v«*lvlnff. III** full* *'
Assorttuent «<f II ATM «»f all <jtikluUift, xvi .m and pric**i
also a beautifuI a^xortnmnt of
i.A 1*1 km' t'CK*. t'Aflts AcC.,
f*»r ladies and AIImmc*.
Is new manufacturinff the tin**, fadiififixbltf, till
ctowu Moleskin, Silk and < a^siim-tu Hal.
Tin* stock is well worthy the attention of the tr.ide
an I the public in city and country. uoTltJf
: COAL MERCHANTS,
Tnthbagite coal*
Constantly on band, K* d aud White Aph Anthrarit*
Coal, grain and store *Ue, for f«uu«llr n • 1^‘bik'h
I.uinji for foundries, and Knitlia' 0*ai, b* 't quality
nrd* r* tent to ui» will recelru prompt attention An
thracite Coal sold hr weight.
SUML'KL P. IIA WES A hoh*.
ISth and Dock street*, north side of the
)y <q»pc«*it« onr old "tan I
4 NTI1RACITK COAL.
BEST QUALITY
iivin ox hand.
H 8. THOMPSON It CO., Dock utreet,
between Seventeenth and Eighteenth.
oet13--3m
QUEENS-WARE, GLASS, &c.
' / iHINA, GLASS, QUEENS-WARE
I \J AND
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
I KELLOGG A GIBSON, Importem, Whole**!* an I R*
' lull Dealer,, are now retelling and ..peniiir a very
lnr_'e aeanrlcuent of good* in Ih* ir line, to which tin y
invite the attention of (heir filon I. and the trade gen*
Good, •hown with plea,are and aold In larger .mall
qn.mil tie, at low |*rice-.
C.ty and e.uatrr dealer,. h-m-ek* ep*r,, It, v i
t,nd It to their interct to «i'* a. a call.
New t|..re. No. Hi Haiti Mr. M
T II KKLLOGO,
(late 0. J. Sumner A Co
J W. GIBSON.
: Inert lm (OfBWbp
’ jjao. 05 MAIN STREW.
! White, French, China Dinner ai.J Tea S.-t.
I White ilrtnifo Dinner and Tea Set,
Fancy Printed (new kljrle,) Dinner and Te#
Siller I’laltd War*
Block Tin and Britannia Good*
Kero** no l-.uiq.« arid (jin,,war. .
For .ale low by KKII.'ioG .v MIRK >N
declivity 115 Main etc.
I ---_
yJ.\UCF.S, JELLIES, I’D KI I'S ' .
* ’ 111 dor Worre.l. r-hir* s
f, dor. Royal Oebon*-. n *
H dor. C. A B j F.di • w c ■
0 ,|c>z Currant .lei y
A d«>r (*u|»rc» ‘ ,| '•* o.e,
2 dor Olive, Vet t*t.-«
6 dot. avortc.l I' ckiet.
Pr. eived Oiiio' r. Pti e A. ‘ 1 *
selllag low IDRIDGI I
; • nl if
nnKASI
I ftoch^-tsand ! clips’* »• iop wd
For.al* hy7"*’ F«Mi‘ » * ,r!F
decldf 1 -
/GENUINE W0RC1
! It pint* and half pint,. )"»t to h»"(
A IMi r.
RoYAL BENGAL SAUCE.
DANIEL 8 lll’FFAUD.
| 4,cif 1
rpEAS, TEAS. TEAS! — Fine Cm hi.
I (ireeli and Oolong Black Tea, ,e|e«ted with
i care. F..r .ale by E W. POWERS.
Druggi»t,corner Main and Eighteenth *tre< i
nov2df
a-it|NK OK TAR. or JEW’S REEK, a r. i
\\ c ly much need at tiro North in pulmonary J
ea-en, for ,al* by
MEADE A BAKER. Pharmaceofl.t,,
jau3f Con a
/TIILOKATK OF FOTASSA TAULKTiS
\J for ulcerated month, *oro throat. Ac., form by
MEAD EA BAKER. Pharmacetiti-tv
jan3f Corner Mb and Fraukl n
EYNOLD’S go 11 8PKC1FU), tor nle by
MEADE A BAKER. PharmaecutlM*.
jinSf Corner 9th and Franklm • t
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