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RICHMOND WHIG.
DAILY AND Stall-WEEKLY.
WHIG BUILDING, CORNER GOVERNOR AND FRANK
LIN STREETS.
DAILY—One Year ...*.*.*.<*
“ bix Months... 4 u
'* One Mouth...... I '-X
SEMI-WEEKLY—One tear. 4 o.,
•• •• Six Months. S»W
ADVERTISEMENTS—SKVEirrv-rivr Cx.VTS per Square
of Right Lines, for each of the 4r*t two insertion*, with
a liberal discount when continued longer.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
K. F A R K A K,
ATTORNEY AT L A W,
Will attend the Coiiits of Amelia. Prince Edward, Not
toway, Cumberland and Powhatan. Particular atten
tion given to the collection of Claim*.
Address—Jetersvllle, Amelia. ■or. -fn
C. O. ORISWOI I>. I J. O. BRIBWOKR.
RISWOLD A GRISWOLD, ,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Kii'axo.xn, vianiMA,
Have removed their . a. e t.. Marshall .tr. el. between
Eighth and Ninth streets Praetice in all the t ourt* of
the City of Richmond and c-nnli. s of llcnric. and Man
over. and ihe Circuit Court* of E-ex and King and
Queen n<l*-Oin
y BARKSDALE, Jr.,
* attorney at law,
■ ai.irax cor*T nor sc, ra.
CilC RTS — Mali fa X and Pittsylvania, and the Circuit
Courts of Campbell and Danville. »epJS ly
/ t W. RICHARDSON,
* ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
Has resumed his professional pursuit*, lie will prac
tice in the Court of Conciliation. and when the other
Court* are re-established, in all those ol the city of
I Richmond, whether Slate or Federal, and in those of
the counties of Henrico and Hanover. Will lake cases
in any District Conrt of Appeal', where the induce
ments offered are sullcient; attend to the investigation
of Titles aud Collection ol Claims of every description,
and give special attention toe*', * in the Supreme Court
of appeals of Virgiuta. When not at Court he may be
found at Spring Farm, ou the Meadow Bridge Hoad,
one-half mile from the city. Address, Richmond, Va ,
Box bin auld—ly
/A KO. D. WOOTTON,
ATTORNEY AT law. and notary public
For Richmond and H**nrico county,
COLLECTOR of claims,
Offers his professional service* to the peopl* generallj
at home and abroad.
H,n, , -Mam street, between Seventh and Elghih
next door to Dr. Harrison's Drug Store. jviS—ly
A\r C. CARRINGTON,
YY . ATTIIRNKT at law
UoW.4RliSVII.t X, AIBXJI.4K1.K CoCSTT, V.4.
Attends ihe Courts iu the counties of Buckingham,
Walton and Albemarle, nnd pay* special attention »<
co Hoc tin.; And »ecuriutf clHiHte* in lnu»«* eouniMW,
U.,. c..untv of Fluvaunaand city .>f Lynchburg.
Refer to Bnndtirant, Elliott A Shield., proprietor* o
the Whig _ noVJS Ijr
/- I EO. C. CABELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will practice In all the Court, of Pittsylvania, Halifat
and Henry count!**, and the Circuit and Husting
Court of Danville.
A I •' " |)iB1 ^ 1 AU-5—IJT
tjknry hodnall,
attorney at law and notart pcblic.
Special attention given to Conveyaucing and Exarni
•ation if Title*.
Ultire on Uovwrnor .treet, over late Examiner offlce
^ [jy-*—ly)
ttenrt g. CANNON,
attorney at law,
.Practice* in all the Courts of the city of Richmond an.
county of Henrico.
oiBtv In the biw Building. ao-l-ly
TAMES B. PANNILL,
attorney at law,
PITTSTLTA.XIA Cor.xrT, VA.
Will attend to any business in the line of his profes
•ion. in Pittsylvania and adjacent counties. Particulai
nttentinn given to the Collection of Claim, and prornpi
remittances made.
Post Offlce— Chalk Level, Pittsylvaniaeonaty, \».
, ■■ pj;l—tini
JOHN A. COKE.
attorney at law and NOTARY pcblic,
Hl> HUoXI>, VA.,
W.ll practice in all the Courts of Richmond city an
the counties of Henrico and Hanover.
(Dru g 1U Law Building. Franklin street, sep’.h— 1;
T AW NOTICE.
J JAMES PLEASANTS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND COMMISSIONER IN
CHANCERY.
For the Circuit and Hustings l\.nrt« of the City >
Richmond and County Court of Henrico.
HUte in the Raw Building, Klcbiuund. Va.
Practices in all the Court, at Richmond, and tolled
Claim, in the adjoining countie*. °d»— ly
horkkt on*. Isaac a. cAaai.varon.
^ ALLI> & CARRINGTON,
^ attorneys at law.
Will practice in all the Court* of the city of Richmond
oiBee on Uovernor street, near Broad street [aul—1
PROFESSIONAL NOTICE.
WOOD BOCLDIN and WOOD BOCLDIN. Ja , will si
tend as partners all the Court* of Charlotte aud Meet
linhurg counties. „
Wool) BOl’LDIN will attend also the Court, of Hall
fax county and the Supreme Court of Appeal, at Rick
luond
Woui> Bocldin. J».t I Wood BorLDi*,
Boydton, Va. Taleolt P O.,
„.(<>_(f | Charlotte co.
pEACUY K. GRATTAN,
attorney at law.
offlce on east side of Twefih, at the end of Caplti
»tre*«, near the (Joverno; . House. »ep2A—ly
A1«X a. HOU.ADAT. SAXl'Cl. T. B.VTI.T. CHASTAIX WHIT!
HOLLAPAY, BAYLY x WHITE, A1
TORNEYS AT LAW, Kirhmond. Va . practice i
_ , a, I'....., Il,e ,-itv of K ehno n l. and the coui
ti«** of Hwnrico, Hunowr, Cm roll n«, UoochUh« »t
.Louisa. SAMI bL T. BAYLY.
Notary Public.
CHASTAIN WHITE has an offlceat Ashland. Hanov.
•ountv, Va .
iigc/ in law Building. Richmond oct-, It
rulin' aoanna, e. a. mumm.
uf the late Arm of Macfariand A Roberts.
OOBKRTS * ROBINSON,
attorneys at law,
OMce No. 7-t Main street,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA
Will attend to legal business entrusted to them
Virginia and Washington. l>. I'. audA-ly
rpllOMAS F. (HH>DE,
L attorney at law.
BOYDToN, MECKLBSBPRG C0PNTY, VA.
fiirKTS— Mecklenburg. Lnnenburg and Brnuswic
[au'itl—It]
m » t't. w . HENRY,
* ’ I T T O K n Y AT LAW,
eu laLorr* rocat aore*. ▼*.,
Attends the Or-nrts of Charlotte, NMHnri«
Shu.
Jwus it Gnin. I J. Haixxb Utiara, J
JOHN 11. GILMER A SON,
" iTtii&HTS AT LAW.
(dice on Sixth street, bNwem Mein *nd Frauklt
A Will devote attention to civil and crlmtoal P™**1®
and *i> the collection and prosecuti.'O of claim* Ui > I
glu.a sod Washington. D. C. _ . Sat
iaEN JAMIN W. FINNEY,
1)
ATTORNEY at law,
RICHMOND, va.
roriT*-Rleh«mnd, Am- lla. Powhatan and Cheste
‘ode. on Franklin, between Seventh and Eighi
,tr. . ts Allr. ssB.ig MM. n..vtl.*m
Z caaa raTTtaox,
Buckingham C. ti. Howard**UU, Albemarleao^ V
/ "1 ABELL A PATTESON,
VfTORNEVS AT LAW AND BEAL ESTATE AGENT
WILLIAM M CAB ALL andCAMM PArTKsUN.AU
TTuw. Will practice :heir profession in the eou
tis'Iof Amherst. Appomattox. Buckingham and NeMc
Tbi»y will *!•© lnwwMiuwuU, m*d buy mid Mil t*
r«C°('ABELL' a PATTESON, Buckingham C. I
©r HoirardsTtlU. Alb-iart* con„,y. Va.
Deane k 8omer*M« : Palmer. Hartaook k Col, Blc
Tb WA H Sffi:
• «0..1W,
oct2S—3m»- --
FREDERICK N. FLEMING,
^ ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Qoocblaxb Cocbt Hocax,
VI RG I NLA._nOT° L
tt 'a R. W. W. PARKER
BAB BXSCXXD TNI
P1ACTICI of MEDIC1NB AND 8DBQBBY.
Orrtcx: Cerae» of Broad and Blkcaath atreeU,
fOtUt City Hall. M -
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
| have resumed the practice of
1 .MV I'KoFKsJiltOi. arid will attend to any bnsioe*.
confided to my care. In any of the Court* of Record,
criminal or civil, h-ldcn in this city. Office on Thir
teenth street, next to High Constable. .
i janiMm JOSEPH JIATO.
t. >. HOBLIT2IL. 0 T. B. IUOCM1BU.
JTOBLITZEL & LOOCKKRMAN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
RICHMOND, V*.,
WU1 give special attention to all kinds of legal bu.i*
! ne,s. Practice in the Courts of Henrico and city of
Richmond. . , . _ .
gfuMce Main *treet, third door above Spot-wood
Hotel ' ___
j H. DAVIDSON,
J * attorney a t la w ,
N«. H’ibonpklbtSt.NEW ORLEANS.
REhERE To
Wklt*?r (I. Kobio^on, Prc»i«l«iii of lh* Mechanic* and
I Trader** Bank, New »»rloam* . Th«»*. A. Al.iui*, Pre*i*
d«Bl fr***ceut Mutual Insurant* 0*uip:my, Now Orleans ;
Alfred P»*nn. President Union Kink. New Orlean*;
' Chart*'* BrtkX". Prew»d* nt Louisiana Mutual Insurance
Company, New Orleans, Hon. Ju«». A J. C’resswell,
Wa-*hinit «n, D. C.; Ed. D. ChrUlLiu, Attorney at Law,
i iiovJ.Vly
ISAAC K. WATKINS,
1 ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Charlotte Cocrt Hoi'aR,
V irgiuia.
Cor kt*—Charlotte, Priuce Edward and Lunenburg*
d el' Hw
Dk. k. t. colkm \ .v
offk k, LIN HEN RoW, Franklin Street,
Third l>«H>r above Second Street.
j.ml*2 3n» _ _ _
Dental card.
Dr. R N. HUDSON
! If i* resumed the practice of DENTISTRY, and may be
| found at hia Ottcu, oa Mam atieel, opposite the Arling
• |M
Q EN T A L N OT 1 CE.
John li. WAYT, Dentist, having recovered hia
health, ha- r» -timed the practice of DENTISTRY in
... and respectfully offer- hi- services to his
I old friend- and patient., and all other, who may need
I tin m.
office and residence south -ide of Grace, between
| Seventh and Eighth street., » here he uiay be found at
I all hours. nov‘29--ly*
DK. JOHN MAHON Y,
SURGEON DENTIST,
(For many years associated with Dr. John G. Wayt,)
f would respectfully inform hi. old patrons, and all
| Others who may need hia services, that in conse
quence of the destruction of his office by the great
fire, he has opened an office at hi. residence on Fourth
street, between Broad and Mar-hall, where he can be
found at all hoars. Artificial Teeth inserted on gold,
silver and vulcanite. The highest price paid for old
Gold Plate. ___ _my30—dly
DK. CHARLES S. MILLS
Has resumed the practice of hia profession In the
city of Richmond, office. Twelfth, between Broad and
Marshall -ireet._oet-i—ly
I npHE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
DRAWINGS FOR BUILDING of every description, and
in anv style of architecture that may hedesired. Order*
from any part of the United State* will receive prompt
attention, with moderate charges.
WALTER S. WEST,
Practical Architect,
Corner of Fourth and Broad streets, Richmond.
un31—Cm __
Metals and minerals.—i* ersons wish.
ing information respecting the MINERAL W E AI.TH
j ok THE STATE, can obtain full particulars by calling
I upon l>r K H. GRANT, at Richmond. novS- tf
-■
EXPRESS COMPANIES.
gOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY.
OFFICE :
M.Iix, Between Eb-him axn Ninth Stusets,
UNDER SPOTSWOOD lU/TEL.
We have perfected our arrangement! and are now
forwarding
CURRENCY,
COIN,
VALUABLES,
AND
FREIGHTS,
At Gukati.t KsnccEn Rates, to all Points in the
Soi’thehx Staten.
All goods shipped by the A DAN* and H.tRXliEN Ex
PKKss Companies, from the North, are transferred to us
to complete transportation South.
Goods shipped from the North by steamship and
marked to our care, will he promptly forwarded to des
tination Kke* of Cu.ianE for Commissions and Dkat
ahk.
Goods called for without charge.
Vor particulars, apply at our office,
dec--1 • «m SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY
rptlK NATIONAL EXPRESS AND TRANS
PORTATION COMPANY.
OFFICE:
Main Street, betwkkx Thirteenth axb Fucktkenth
St beets,
f RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
Are now prepared to forward Currency, Coin, Valua
9 hies, and Freight, to points
NORTH,
SOUTH,
EAST aud
WEST.
The Tariff of Charge* is based upon fair business
principles, without being oppressive to the public.
G...hIs shipped from the North by steamships, and
marked to th.* care of the National Express and Trans
, portatb.n Compauv. will be promptly forwarded to des
tination, FREE uV CHARGE, for Commission or Drav
'floods called for wiTg*.t-T cHaroi and promt.tly for
warded.
All desired information in regard to the extent of the
lines operated by this Coinpaiiy, furnished at any of it.
• agencies on application.
J E JOHNSTON, President.
J. D 1MB0DBN, .
General Superintendent. decl.l-ti
TOILET ARTICLES, &c.
IMPORTANT TESTIMONY from aCorres
pondeut of the RbligioCS Herald. in favor of
CORAL DETERGENT:
“There are many preparations advertised for purify
ing the Breath an.1 Whiieuing the Teeth, such as Solo
.lout. Deatal Fluid, Ac , but we .peak what wedo kno*
: when we assert that the CORAL DETERGENT, prepar
ed bv Mr Wood, is unequalled of its kind. It impart* i
delightful fragrance to the breath and cleanses th
n teeth, without giving them the yellowish liuge, whicl
'i l« th.* u.ual effect of many washes of great pretensions
lua W»M, It Ulll lUUII Ciunuio ur nr.mns.m
Mr Wood is preparing several articles, which form i
■ siring of Corals,' indispensable to a Lady s Toilet.—
r They may be obtained at his neat establishment, corne
ftlh and Marshall stieel." _deC^»
rJM>ILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, &c
A fre-h and beautiful assortment of tine Perfumery
I consisting in part of l.uMn's genuine Extracts. Soap
i ,ud Violette Powder. Dr. Pleasants' Fragrant Denti
tine the most delightful and Otoe of the best preparti
lions forihe Teeth and (Snmsl. Smodont. Odonsclaine
! Tooth Washes. Fine English Hair and Tooth brushes
Heliotrope, Ko»e. Millefl.ur and Violette Toilet Pow
*• 1 Jers large assortment Toilet S.cps, Ac., X,. i or sal
Q ;,y PE. Dl’Pl’Y. Druggist,
| jecDf_'All Broad street.
F'OK THE HAIR, TEETH, &t\—Savage’
1'raiua. or genuine bear s grease ; Burnett's Cuco
! „iie, Mrs Allen s Hair Restorer. lK>im»tre«'s Hair Re
stnrer. Pro!-- Wood s Restorer. So.redout, Udouse
Uiue, iVloutaline. Dowden's Dental Fluid.
Lubiu's genuine Handkerchief Extracts, and man;
i i other desirable toilet articles, at
POWER A M. PHAIL’S
Drug Store, Main street,
; d.-cltif 0| |M site “Id Market
IV BIN’S EXTRACTS. — Night. blouniinj
j t’ereoUs, flue Pomades, English and Erench Hat
Bru-hes, Tooth Brushes and Shaviug Brushes in greu
J • YAfiety. genuine German Cologne*, Toilet !\»wdei
I lancy Pulf Boxes, in great variety, for sale by
1 R W. POWERS,
nnvSSt Corner Main and Eighteenth street*,
p KnUTnE LUBIN’S EXTRACTS, Violet
Musk. Jockv Club, Patchouly, B>s(Uet Caroline
Ne w M wn Hav, 'West End. Farina des Noisettes1,' Tor
„ I tie Oil Soap. Just ref-tved.
J. BLAIR, Druggist,
W7 Brest I stn et
HOTELS. RESTAURANTS, 4c.
/ \ R A X U E HOUSE,
,AJ pgAJf.il A*i* UlSAVBjUA UAIt »OAD PIFOT,)
l I K U B 0 li i), V *•
This well-known Hotel, so conveniently
h . anerior inducements to the liavelllng public.
I Passengers going North and buuth will And Breakfa:
1 and flapper ready upon the arrival of traius.
A. I *TA.pi- time allowed for meals^ RpcKKR
octSE-dRetim Proprietor.
■ \\T ESTERS BUHL
r- YV CORTLANDT STREET,
n- , 1 NEW TORI
This targe and commodious 111 >T EL Is lscated In ill
■** centre of the business part of the city a few doors frol
Br,aidway, and contiguous to all of the railroad an
'* steamer landings, leading South.
Hr JAMES 1> 81B1.ETT, son uf J. M Sublett, form,
proprietor of the Columbian Hotel, (and late of Riel
h- Jjjund, V».,) will be found in the nHce, where he will b
hannv to greet bis old frieuds fr>.m Virginia.
“*‘P7 8 D. D WINCHESTER,
TH08. D. WINCHESTER,
■o*3-tf__ __Proprietor*.
17'\RISU HOUSE HOTEL,
U Alttou CHARLOTTESVILLE. Vi
an i.rate ued having renied this line establUl
mint beg lt"v^oinform the publm that HU.owop,
for the reception of guest. and the trareling puEl
r **S^ng long expsrtc.ee In
— pledge themselves to give satisfaction to nil classes,
Ihe^moderats rut... R0B£RTS A (pTQOH,
OTATOESl POTATOES !.
sou bbls prime Irish Potatoes on consignment, ai
OP for sale by PALMER, HARTSmK * C<* ,
* jmml2T JLibby Building.
RICHMOND WHIG.
THURSDAY MORNING.JAN. 25, 1866.
Inducements to Immigrate to Virginia.
CLIUATK AX 1> PKObl'CTlOXS.
The latitude of Virginia, between thirty-six
and forty degrees, makes it, perhaps- as
healthy and as desirable a climate as any that
could be selected on the glol>e. A more
southern latitude might enervate its jwipula
tion ; and a latitude further north, owing to the
shortness of the seasons, would not produce the
cereal and vegetable crops in as great per
fection.
The staple crops in the counties towards the
Atlantic coast are Indian corn, oats aud wheat.
Sweet potatoes, and peas or beaus, are culti
vated as field crops, and grow in great per
fection. Vegetable farms, convenient to ship
ping, are very profitable, and their products,
not only of vegetables, but of early fruit, are
sent to the more northern markets. The soil
is sandy, and the crop best suited to it is In
dian corn—growu largely for export. The
lands are level, soil and easily cultivated. In
mauy counties oysters, fish and wild fowl
abound. The oyster trade is extensive and
profitable.
Middle Virginia, particularly the Piedmont
region, has a soil that was originally very fer
tile, and is now susceptible of the highest im
provement. Tiie soil itself has sufficient mine
ral ingredients to render it permanently pro
ductive, with the occasional aid of vegetable
manures. The subsoil is very retentive of ma
nure, and all improvement is lasting. Tobac
co, wheat aud Indiau corn are the great sta
ples. Good farmers, in the days of slavery,
would raise one hundred bushels of wheat and
fifteen hundred pounds of tobacco to each la
borer; and such cropping was considered as
profitable as the cotton crop further south. The
soil is well suited to oats, rye, peas and beaus,
and they arc grown as field crops. This Pied
mont country is admirably adapted to the
grow th of the vine ; but tobacco cultivation has
been so profitable that little attention has been
paill UJ HIV VAUVjfi UM Uiuiv wov, ill*.
lew experiments made of wine vineyards have
been decidedly successful. The profits from
agriculture iu Virginia, before the war, were
very great, as the exports made will show; but
still her agricultural resources were not one
tenth developed.
The highlands of Piedmont Virginia, owing
to long summers, are rather dry for the tine
grasses—such as redtop and timothy ; but they
produce red clover in great perfection. The
Hat lands are admirably adapted to the growth
of the meadow grasses, including those above
named.
This Piedmont region is well suited to sheep
raising, and raising of horned cattle ; but they
flourish still better on the mountain slopes and
iu the Valley, beyond the Blue liidgc. The
Valley of Virginia is extremely fertile, and is
almost unsurpassed in its capacity to raise
wheat and clover. It grows prolittcly all ce
real and leguminous crops.
Nearly every part of Virginia is adapted to
fruit culture, and the counties bordering on
the Blue Kidge produce the apple, especially,
iu great perfection.
MINERAL RESOURCES.
Virginia is inexhaustible in her mineral
wealth. Coal is found af short intervals from
tide-water to the mountains, and thence to her
western border; and, from geological indica
tions, it may probably be found in the vicinity of
every town that may hercaAer spring up and
need it. Iron is scarcely less extensive. It is
mined with large prodt. It is found in
abundance in some of the more elevated
parts of the State, and the ore of the
best quality. Plaster, lime, lead, &c., all
abound iu Western Virginia. A great
broad belt of gold crosses the State from
border to border. The mineral wealth of the
State is comparatively unexplored. Dr. Grant,
acting as State Geologist, has made the decla
ration that, with one or two exceedingly rare
exceptions, there is no known mineral or metal
that does not exist iu this State in working
quantities; autl that, while Virginia has.all
minerals and metals, she has each in as great
abundance as any other State.
HER POLITICAL AND MORAL STATUS.
One of the greatest inducements to immi
grate to Virginia, is the moral and conservative
tone of her society aud institutions. The laws
of her municipal government have always been
entirely free and equal, and the theory and
practice of the government arp, that all politi
cal power resides in the majority of the people,
to be exercised uuder the limitations and ac
cording to the requirements of the constitution
and laws. She has, iu reference to her inter
nal government, enjoyed liberty, security and
order. A rational religion and high-toned mo
rality have diffused themselves i nto her social and
political organism, and aided the sanctions of law
iu preserving a regard for order and security.
Her late difficulties with the general Govern
ment afford 110 evidence of any want of stabil
ity in her social or political system, viewed
as a State or municipal community. There
was no element of discord, no strife between
capital and labor, no prevailing infidelity, and
none of those extravagant “isms” which are the
offspring of ignorance, fanaticism and scepti
cism. The war with the United States did not
>pi tug from want of conservatism among the
people. It grew out of an idea—whether true
or lalse—that the Federal Government had uo
rightful power to coerce States, and was, on her
part, purely defensive. The result of the war
has settled these questions, and lias left the
population of the State with the same devotion
to law and order—the same veneratiou for re
ligiou and liberty, as before.
We do not think that the present relation of
: the Southern States to the General Govern
[ ment is any serious objection to immigration to
■ Virginia. It is impossible for such an attitude
to last loug. Fanaticism is a stream that will
foam off in its own good time. The idea of a
. great republican government, professing to he
! the beacon-light of liberty in the world, hold
ing millions of freemen as subjugated pro
vinces, is too absurd to last long—and that, too,
’ under an organic agreement declaring that all
just government depends on the consent of the
governed, and asserting it to be the right and
duty of every people to shake off oppression
when it becomesintolerable. When, therefore,
a returning sense of justice on the part of the
, dominant party of the North shall have recon
, struct**! lh;.“ Union on the basis of political
equality, section** lj-gjin^ will gradually die
away, and Virginia will enter upan $ pew career
. of prosperity and greatness.
EFFECT of EMANCIPATION OX PRICK OF LANDS.
Sudden emancipation of the slaves, added to
e a perfect exhaustion of the money capital of
J the country in support of the war, have re
duced the price of lauds In many sections of
the State from twenty to thirty per cent. Fine
6 tracts of land that would not perhaps have been
thrown into market lor centuries may be bought
now for much less than their intrinsic value.—
Many old planters tiud a difficulty in accnmmo.
• dating themselves to the new order of things and
n change their occupation, and a great many
c would sell If they could tind purchasers. 1 he
7 result ot present surroundings will he to cut
up large tracts into small ones. The procure
m ment of labor on a large scale is too difficult
and hazardous to continue the cultivation ol
>d very large farms. Already there is a great
disposition to break up quarter plantations.—
In truth the emancipation of the slaves will
have the effect of securing a denser popula
tion—of infusing more life, ultimately, iuto
agricultural pursuits, and greatly to increase
and dcvclope manufacturing and mining opera
tions. With these will come, necessarily, a
largely enhanced valuation of lands.
TREATMENT OF IMMIGRANTS.
The Virginians have always been remarkable
for their unselfish and social character. Comers
from abroad will ofcourse be cordially received,
especially at a time when all are impressed with
the importance of filling up the country, and
drawing out its great natural resources. It is true
there is a coolness at present, (growing out of
the late war, and a delay of reconstruction on
the part of the North,) between the two sec
tions ; but the more liberal-minded at the
North and South will soon harmonize. Espe
cially, is it the interest of the South that
Northern emigrants should settle amongst us,
as nothing will break down sectional jealousies
so soon as free intercourse between the alien
ated parties. Each will find in the other good
qualities hid and obscured in the distance of
separation. They will find that there are good
and true Northern men, and good and true
Southern men—that all Yankees are not knaves
or fanatics, and all Southern men aro not hot
headed fools and desperadoes,
RELIGION.
Full and free toleration of all sects is re
cognized by the law and public opiuion. W liile
the Protestant is the great prevailing religion,
all are permitted to follow the dictates of their
own conscience. The Virginians have great
veneration for the Church and the observances
of religion, but entertain a strong antipathy for
Mormonism. spiritualism, socialism, freclovcism,
and such modern inventions, believing them tc
be of the devil. They entertain some old-lashion
ed notious on the subject of the proper sphere ol
woman. They repudiate the modern idea of
enfranchising woman and investing her with
political rights, and eschew strong-mi ndeduess
as an abomination.
summing Up.
Taking into consideration climate, soil, mine
ral wealth, timber, water-power, navigation,
facilities for reaching the markets of the world,
the conservative views of the people, both in
religion and politics, the emigrant will travel
tar anu scarcn long ueiorc nu nuns a cmmuj
that will afford so desirable a home as the Stuti
of Virginia. The settler may plant his family
here with as much assurance that his descen
dants will attain prosperity and enjoy the
blessings of a free and stable government, at
in any other portion of the globe.
NEWSPAPERS
CAOLK .'v TURNER,
J NEWS DEALERS,
Wum BciLDisa,
Richmond, Va.,
Keep constantly on hand all the leading Daily and Woek
ly papers, Magazines, 4c., of the United Stales.
The trade in the interior supplied at the lowest rate*
and by the earliest trains, 4c.
Also keep on hand a stock of Books, Stationery, 4c.
suited to the news trade.
Particular attention paid to supplying the trade with
the Rich no oid Daily Papers.
Subscription** ami advertisements received for tlie New
York News and World, National Intelligencer (Wash
ington), Petersburg Express and Index, Harpers’ Week
ly, Harpers’ Magazine, and other papers and periodicals,
Address Box 37S Richmond Post Office.
A. C .COLE. [oct26—tf] J WALL TURNER
rjMIE BOSTON POST FOR 1866,
[ESTABLISHED NEARLY FORTY TEARS,1
Has always been one of the leading Newspapers of Non
England, and one ofthe best mediums of a«lvertlslng.
By increased enterprise in furnishing a live and read
able News-paper, and by the recent reduction in price
the circulation ofthe BOSTON POST has been largely
Increased. To advertisers, few paper* can offer equal
ud vs mages either in the extent or the character of it>
readers—North, South, East and West.
Business Card and Mercantile Advertisements particu
larly solicited from South and West.
Subscription Terms.—Boston Post, daily, pm
annum; Semi-weekly, *4 per annum, Weekly#! pm
aunuiu.
^‘Specimen copies sent on application.
BEALS, Cl KEENE 4 CO., Publishers,
dec9-2m 40 and42Congress street, Boston, Mass.
SCALES.
Banks, DINMORE & CO.’S
STANDARD PLATFORM, WAREHOUSE and
COUNTER SCALES.
The attention of Builders, Owner., of Warehouses,
Grocers and Commission Merchants is called It, tiles,
Scales, samples of which we are prepared to exhibit
which we guarantee a, being equal in accuracy, dura
bility and manner of construction to uuy other Scales ii
thi- market, and at a LUWKlt PltlCK.
We put tip thesoScales, Including tho Dormant Scales
anywhere in the city, under our personal supervision
unit WARRANT KVKKV SCALE.
HARPER, TAI.IAFKRKO k CO.,
janlTt Foot of Sixth street,on the Canal.
AHE110USE SCALES.
H. M. SMITH 4 CO., GENERAL AGENTS
For thw Hale of
HOWE’S PREMIUM STANDARD SCALES.
We ask the attention of builders and owners of ware
houses to Mtmplea of these Scales, on exhibition in oui
wureroouis. We guarantee them to ho
EQUAL IN ACCURACY,
SUPERIOR IN DURABILITY,
MORE SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION
THAN ANY OTHER SCALES IN THE MARKET.
In competition with Fairbanks Scales, it has beet
again and again victorious. The Howe and t the Fair
banks’ are both made in Vermont. At the State fairs o
th.it State, the Howe has, after repeated and severi
trials, been pronounced the best. We refer to the otll
ciat reports:
Vermont State Fair, September IS, 1S57—First Pre
miuffi to John Howe, Jr. ; Socond Premium to E. A T
Fairbanks.
Vermont State Fair, September 17th, 1858— Diploma t<
John Howe, Jr.
United States Fair, Richmond. Virginia, October, 1SS:
- First Premium to Howe’s Scales.
We aim to place the Ilowe Scales in competition will
other patterns as much as possible, that it inay stand In
it# own menu.
Wo place the DORMANT SCALES In warehouse# bj
our c*wn workmen, and leave them ready for use.
EVERY SCALES WARRANTED.
For information a* to price, capacity, report# of pub
lie trial#, &c., call at our office,
NO 14 MAIN STREET.
Agency and depot for the sai.i
OF
FAIRBANKS A CO.’S
STANDARD SCALES.
We are sole agents in the city of Richmond for th.
"ale of Fairbanks A Co.'s celebrated
STANDARD, PLATFORM,
WAREHOUSE and
COUNTER FCAI.ES
and keep constantly on hand a large ami complete as
aortuient of alt the leading sixes and styles, which wi
offer at maoufactarer's prices.
W. 8. DONNAN Jt CO.,
Governor street,
octSO-tf Richmond, V».
TYPE FOUNDRIES.
piCHMONU TYPE FOUNDRY
PRINTERS’ FURNISHING WAREHOUSE,
Richmond, Ya.
Southern mannfactnreK should be supported.
BOOK, NEWS and JOB TYPE, from the celebrntei
Bishop metal, and the latest Scotch faces.
Bt)«»K, NEWS, and FANCY INKS ofall colors; woo.
type, cases, stands, leads, reglet, quotations, quoins
metal furniture, mallets, brass rule, plainers, bras
dashes, shooting sticks, mitering machines, in fxc
every article requisite for a Printing Office, at North
sax Pricks. Presses, new and second-hand, furnishe.
| to order. H. L. PELOUZE A CO.,
we[,4_lf Richmond, Ya.
VEHICLE MANUFACTURERS.
NOTICE, EXTRA.—The concern of HITCH
COCK A OSBORN hath been disaolved, I having
purebred all the interest of K D. Hitchcock in the Car
riage business. All claims due him, individually, f*>;
Carriages or Carriage repair#, a.- also all claim* Ju.
llitchc«*ck A Osborn, up to December 31, 1SC3, h.i*> beer
duly aligned t*» me, and I, or my agent, i# al«>ne an
thorii*>U to collect the same. 1 beg leave, inoat re
*pectfully, to *ay to rny old friend#, that tb» Ir^clsimi
! are at th** office of John J. Osborn A Co , "U 7th, be
tween Cary and Canal street#, where 1 should t*
pleased to have them call and settle their accouuU, bj
due bill or otherwise.
Thankful for past favor*, would most respectfully a*!
a continuance of the same to our new concern.
janl5-d$ctiw* * J. J. OSBORN.
SOLE LEATHER, &c.
Oil. CHALKLEY i CO.,
, Nu. 46 Main street, under St. Charles Hotel
Manufacturers and Dealers In
Oak and Hemlock SOLE LEATHER,
Upper CALF-SKINS, Kll’S,
Harness, Bridle and Fair LEATHERS
Of all kinds.
Cod Liver and Neat’s Foot OlLj.
decl9f Dry and Green HIDES.
Y17E HAVE ON HAND a fine assortment
YV of French, German and American CALFSKINS
Oak and Hemlock SOLE LEATHER ; Upper, Harnesi
and Bridle LEATHERS, Tanners’ OIL, Tanners' TOOLS
Ac., which we are selling at l..w prices.
O. H. CHALKLEY 4 CO.,
* No. 46 Main street,
dec29f Under St. Charles Hotel.
PARLOR LAMPS.—Another invoice ofverj
handsome Keroslne Lumps, just received; also
the best Keroeine Oil for sale.
J. BLAIR, Druggist,
I dot 13; 107 Broad street.
BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL.
. tiALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL,
BALTIMORE, MD.
ESTABLISHED as a RGiTGE from QUACKERY.
THE ONLY PLACE WHERE A CURE CAN BE
OBTAINED.
DK. JOHNSTON lias discovered the most Certain,
Speedy, and only Effectual Remedy in Hie World for
I Weakness of the Hack or Limbs, Strictures, Affection of
the Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary Discharges, Im
| potency, General Debility, Nervousness, Dyspepsia,
Languor, Low Spirit-, Confu-ion of Ideas, Palpitation of
I th" Heart, Timidity, Trembling, Dimness of Sight or
Giddiness, Disease of the Head, Throat, Nose, or Skin,
Affections of the Liver, Lungs, stomach, or Dowels—
those Terrible Disorders ari-ing from Solitary Habits of
Youth—secret and solitary practices more fatal to their
victims than the song of syrens to the Mariners of Ulys
ses, blighting their most brilliant hopes or anticipa
tions, rendering marriage, Ac., impossible.
YOUNG MEN
Especially, who have become the victims of Solitary
Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which annu
ally sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of Young
Men of the most exalted talents and brilliant intellect,
who might otherwise have entranced listening Senates
with the thunders of eloquence, or waked to ec-tacy the
living lyre, may call with full confidence.
MARRIAGE.
Married Persons, or Young Men contemplating marri
age, being aware of Physical Weakness, Organic Debil
itv, Deformities,speedily cured.
lie who places himself under the care of Dr. J. may
religiously confide in his honor as a gentleman, and
confidently ruly ...his skill as a physician.
ORGANIC WEAKNESS
Immediately Cured and full Vigor Restored.
This disliessing affection, which renders life misera
ble and marriage impossible, is the penally paid by the
victims of improper Indulgences. Young persons are
too apt to commit excesses .from not lining aware of the
dreadful consequences that may ensue. Now, who tli.it
understands the subject will pretend to deny that the
power of procreation is lost sooner by those falling into
improper habits than by the prudent f Besides being
deprived of the pleasure of houlthy offspring, the most
serious and destuctivo symptoms of both body and mind
arise. The System becomes deranged, the Physical and
Mental Functions Weakened, Los- of Procreative Pow
er. Nervous irritability, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the
Heart, Indigestion, Constitutional Debility, and Wast
ing of the Frame, Cough, Consumption, Decay and
Death.
DR. JOHNSTON,
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London.
Graduate of one of the most eminent Colleges in the
United States, and the greater part of whose life has
been spent in the hospitals of London, Paris, Philadcl
phia, anil elsewhere, has effected some of the most at
tonishing cures that were ever known ; many troubled
with ringing in the head and ears when asleep, great
nervousness, being alarmed at suddeu sounds, ba-li
fulness, with frequent blushing, attended sometimes
with derangement of mind, were cured immediately.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. J. addresses all those who have Injured them
selves by improper indulgence and solitary habits,
which ruin botli body and mind, unfitting them for either
business, study, society, or marriage.
These are some of the sad and melancholy effects
produced by early habits of youth, vi2: Weakness of
the Buck and Limbs, Pains in the Head. Dimness ot
Sight. Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the
Heart, Dyspepsia. Nervous irritability. Derangement of
the Digestiv- Functions, General Debility, Symptoms of
Consumption, <kc.
Mentally.—Tin* fearful uffecln on th«* mind are modi
to be dreaded. Lo>h of Memory, Confusion of Idea*,
Depretodon of Spirits, Evil F«»reb«Hlii»K*, Aversion to
Society, Self I>ihtru»t, Love of bolitude, Timidity, &c.,
..Il.a a. r. ..I.
Thousands ol' persons of all ages ran now judge what
is the e iuse of their declining health, losing their vigor,
becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, haring a
singular appearance about the eyes, Cough, and Symp
toms of Consumption.
YOUNG MEN
Who have Injured themselves by a certain practice,
indulged ill when alone, a habit frequently learned
from evil companions, nr at school, the efleets of which
are nightly felt, even when asleep, and, ti not cured,
renders marriage Impossible, and destroys both mind
anil body, should apply Immediately..
What a pity that a young man, the hope of hts coun
try, the pride of Ills parents, slioitld be snatched from
all prospects and enjoymeii'a of life by thoconaequunce
of deviating from the path of nature, and Indulging ilia
certain secret habit. Such persons must, before con
templating
MARRIAGE,
Reflect that a sound mind and body are the most neces
sary requisite- to promote connubial happiness. In
deed, without these Ihe journey through life heroines a
weary pilgrimage ; the prospect hourly darkens to the
view,the mind heroines shadowed willi despair mid Oiled
with the melancholy reflection that the happiness ol
another becomes blighted with our own
OFFICE, 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
■•eft-band side going from Baltimore street, a few doors
from the comer. Fail not to observe name and num
ber.
tf-ii No letters retoired unless postpaid and contain
ing a stamp to he used on the reply. Persons writing
Should slate age, and send portion of advertisement de
scribing symptoms.
The Doctor’s DIPLOMA hangs in ills office.
ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS.
Tlte many thousands cured at this establishment with
in the la«t twenty years, and the numerous important
Surgical Operations performed by Dr. Johnston, wit
nessed by the reporters of the The Sun and many other
papers, notices of which have appeared again and again
lie fore the public, besides liis standing asa gentleman ol
character and responsibility, is a sufficient guarantee to
the alttictud.
SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED.
jauln-ly
INSURANCE COMPANIES.
Mutual life insurance
0 F
N K W Y O Jt K.
Cash assets, July 1st, 1388, - - *13,800,000 00,
Annual income, in cash, - 3,fluo,oou 00.
The dividends of this Company are larger in amount
for premiums paid than in any company in tin* world.
All of the profits arising from this immense fund and
annual income axncai.lydi VIDEO amongst the in
sured.
Applications can bo made to J. B. Macmcrdo, A.
Boi.i.tsu, Dr. J. It. McCaw, John M. Otkt, P. F. How
ard, or E. H. Meads:, with
it. F. BREESKE, General Agent.
Office—Franklin street, between 7th and Sth.
tepl-if
L)RANCH OFFICE
) OF THE
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
Capital,.*1,000,000 oo.
Surplus,. 800,000 00.
Annual income over ... 1 ,neo,UOil 00.
This Company takes Fire an,l Marino Risks on the
must favorable terms. Country risks also taken.
All losses paid III this office without delay of sending
proof to home office.
Application can bo made to A. Bolling, John M.
Otby, P. F. Howard, or E. B. Meade, with
0. F. BREESKE, General Agent,
Office Franklin street, between 7th and Sth.
tepl*—'f
Montague & wiiitall,
(Late of the
! Merchants' Insnranco Company of Richmond,)
INSURE
Property of all Kinds
In the most reliable Companies.
They also efoct
Marine Insurance and Like Insurance.
Office : No. 231 Main Btreet, jnst below the Spots
wood Hotel. HitglS—tf
■\TOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS <>F VIR
1> GINIA FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPA
NY.—The Stockholders of the above Company are
shares in the capital stock on favorable terms. They
are also requested to return their olil certificates to the
office, No. los Main street. Persons other than stork
holders, desiring to subscribe fur this stock, which pro
mises good dividends, are invited to call,
jane-lot WM. WILLIS, .la.. Secretary.
LUMBER, CEMENT, &c.
y UMBER AND CEMENT?
WILSON, GLAZEBROOK & CO.,
LUMBER DEALERS,
Corner Tenth ami Canai. Streets—Socth Side Basin,
Have on hand anil offer for sale a full assort mi nt of
' SEASONED and UNSEASONED YELLOW and WHITE
PINE—
50,i«si feet 1}, It and 2-inch Yellow Pine
fill,000 feel Scantling and Joist, assorted sizes
2u,0is) feet Garden Kails
So,000feet Nova Scotia Pine, various sizes
30,000 feet 1 -inch White Pine Boards
LATHS, SHINGLES AND OAK POSTS.
Wo are prepared to furnish BILL TIMBER in any
| quantities, at the shortest notice and at low prices.
We lire the agents of Lecher's celebrated James river
| CEMENT, weighing 3oo pounds to the barrel, and have
now on hand a full supply, which we offer for sale, and
, guarantee each barrel sound. janS—If
y^UMBElt! LUMBER! LUMBER!
We are at all times In leceipt, on consignment, of
choice lots of country cut Lumber, of all kinds.
Builders will do well to give u« a call.
1IAKPEK, TALIAFERRO A CO.,
janSf Foot of tith street, on the Canal.
Richmond dray company.—The at.
i tention of the merchant* of Richmond U Invited tv
the Richmond Dray Company, who have organized!
thorough system nf transportation, sod proposo: > ■ > i
tract for work on very reasonable terms. Our charge*
will be based upon fair business principles, yleldidg a
reasonable compensation t*> the company without be
i ing oppressive to our patrons.
J office corner Ninth and Main street*.
E. W. MASSEY,
I norl0--3m Agent for the Company.
Jj*)AAA A YEAR made by any one with
TisUUu FIFTEEN DOLLARS—Stencil Tools. No
experience necessary. The Presidents, Cashiers and
Treasurers of three Banks endorse the circular. Sent
free with samples. Address tbs American Stencil
Tool Works, Springfield, Vermont. nov2-3m
OOOTCH SNUFF I SCOTCH SNUFF!
The celebrated •* CAROLINA BELLE" brand of Scotch
Snufi',ali>o Lorillard's and other superior MACCOUBOY
; BNl’FFS, for sale by A. B0UEKER A BR0.,
I j.mlst_Drttgista, No, In Main street.
CLOVER,
TIMOTHY,
ORCHARD,
. HERD8
AND
KENTUCKY BLUE GRASS SEEDS.
PALMER A TURPIN,
I _nov21t_No, 2o Main street.
ITALIAN and American MACCARONJ.
REEVE A MAYO.
Franklin street,
1 declSt_between Eighth and Ninth.
1)AISINS, CITRON, CURRANTS.
’ | 1\ REEVE A MAYO,
Franklin street.
I Jurist between Eighth and Ninth.
t
RAILROADS. &c.
OFFICE R. F. A I*. R. K CO.,)
Richmond, 13th January, lMit>. )
rpilE POTOMAC ROUTE AGAIN OPEN !
THE GREAT SHORT LINK
Via Fredericksburg and Aquia Creek, to the NORTH
and WEST, is again open In the travelling public.
Trains leave at S A M. and 8 1*. M., as usual.
THROUGH TICKETS to Alexandria, Wa hington,
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and the West.
SAMUEL RUTH
tsnlft-tf Superintendent.
I~T 'ire ' i"
I^ICILMOND and DANVILLE RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after TUESDAY, December 12th, the PASSEN
GER TRAIN on thk* r**ud will run a* follow.-*:
Leave Richmond daily, Sunday* excepted, 7:40 A. M.
Arrive at Danville, 4:10 I*. M.
Leave Danville daily, Sundays excepted, 5:30 A. M.
Arrive In Richmond, 3:15 P. 31.
Trains conn* ct ut Burkeville with train- on the South
hide Railroad for Lynchburg, and at Danville with the
train* on the Piedmont Railroad, l<»r Greensboro', Char
lotte, Ac. THOS. DODAMEAD, Superintendent.
dec!2—if
■yiKGINIA CENTRAL RAILROAD.
The following regular trains will he run on this
road, on nml after THURSDAY, December 21st:
A Mall train daily, except on Sundays, between Rich
uiond and Staunton, leaving Richmond at 7.43 A.M.,
and Staunton at S A. M.
A tri-vreekly .Mail Train, leaving Staunton at 7 A. M ,
for the West, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
The Mail Train leaving Richmond connects with
trains on the ORAXOE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD.
The Daily Mail Train connects with stage coaches at
Staunton for Lexington, Winchester, Ac.
The Train West of Staunton connects with stage
coaches for Rockbridge Baths, Rockbridge Alum. Warm,
Hot and Healing Springs, and the White Snlphur and
I^wisburg.
A Freight Train between Richmond and Htannlon
connects with freight trains on the Orange and Alexan
dria Railroad for Lynchburg and Alexandria.
Freight will ho sent to nnv point on the Orange and
Alexandria Railroad without change of cars.
Goods purchased In Northern cities ran lie sent di
rect to and station on this road where the Company has
an Agent, by consigning them to Stephen Hunter, Gene
ral Freight Agent, Richmond. The charge for the
transit through Richmond, Including wharfage, dray
age, storage and commissions, will notexcee,| ten rents
per list pounds, and on heavy articles will be much
less. Freights will be collected at destination.
Through Tickets can be purchased at this office to
Lynchburg, Bristol, Knoxville, Chattanooga and Dalton.
Tickets to Lexington, Virginia, 411.
Freight office at Klchutoud closed at 3 P. M.
H. D. WHITCOMB,
•epl2—If General Superintendent.
RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG RAILROAD Co.,/
Richmond, Va., Dec. 23,1885. S
INTER SCHEDULE.
On and afl**r MONDAY. I he 25th Instant, Train* upon
thi* road will run a* follow*:
Leave Manchester at A. M., and at 3:55 P. M.
Leav*- Peter.-burtf 7:15 A. M., and at 5:10 IV M.
On Monday*. \Vodne*dav* and Friday*, a Freight
Train, with a passenger car attached, will leave Man
chester and Petersburg at 10:50 A. M.
E. II. GILL,
decSUf Engineer and Superintendent.
Office Kh umonii ami PtrKKsnran R. K Co., 1
Richmond, January 3, ISBG. )
ON AND AFTER 1IIK 7TIl’OFJTnyg
JANUARY. 1 So'rt, the Sunday Evening ~** '7 n*
Passenger Trains will run un this road as heretofore,
leaving Manchester at .1:65 P. M. and leaving Pocnhon
tas at A:III 1’. M., airiving at Manchester at 7 1’ M.
E. H. GILI.,
jauJ-tf Engineer and Superintendent.
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSES.
AGRICULTURAL WAREIIO US K,
SEED AND (UJANO STORE,
Fikteexth Street,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
James W. Ai.i.ihox, I E. D. Anmeox, Jr.,
Richmond, Va | of Alexandria, Va.
ALLISON .t ADDISON,
Keep always on hand
CORN SHELLERS,
CUTTING BOXES.
CHURNS, WELL CURBS,
FAN MII.LS,
CIDER MILLS, PLOWS, HARROWS,
and a general assortment of Agricultural Implements
and Machines,
SEEDS, GUANO, BONE DUST, 4.:.
Orders promptly attended to. novlSf
4 (iRKTI/ITIIAL W A K K II OU S E —
ESTABLISHED IN JS4U —The subscriber* .till
continue their business at the old stood on Franklin
street, between Wall street and the Ballard House, and
will ho glad to see their old customers and the public
generally.
lit addition to the stock of PLOWS of our own' patterns,
we make •
Kick's Iron Beam Plows, for one, two, three and four
horses, known as K. I*. I». ; Wa-liington, old Dominion
and Pioneer Plows ; Plow Castings for nearly all the
Plows In use.
And keep for sale Garden Seeds, Timothy, Herds and
Orchards Grass Seeds ; Baltimore Company Poudrette ;
Baltimore Company super Phosphate of Lime, 4c., 4c.,
4c. OKORO e watt 4 co.
au29—If
EOOKS. STATIONERY, &c.
JAMES WOOlillorsK. | K. M. OAKHAM.
J AMES WOODIIOUSK & CO. are ^Li<l to
he able to announce to their friends and the public
that they have resumed their old business under the
Brin and style of
WOODHOCSB 4 PARHAM,
And have taken a house on Governor (Thirteenth)
street, first door from Main street.
They return their grateful thanks for the liberal pa
tronage extended to their house for more than twenty
years, and hope to merit and receive a continuance
of it.
They will keep always In store a good assortment of
BOOKS,
STATIONERY,
PIANO-FORTES and
MUSIC,
to which they Invite Hie atlentlon of all persons in
want of such articles.
In connection with the above business, they have es
tablished a
BOOK BINDERY
Axn
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY;
and having secured the services of good workmen, are
prepared to do all work entrusted to them promptly an l
at reasonable rates.
Terms cash.
WOODHOUSE 4 PARHAM.
decl9- tf Governor street, near Main.
Ol.’lll)()L HOOKS.— Tin' suliscrilifi's 11live lor
O -ale a new and entirely fresh stock of approved
SCHOOLBOOKS, now in u*t» in thU Slat** un«i North
Carolina, embracing PRIMERS, SPELLING BOOKS,
GRAMMARS, REA PHILS, ARITHMETICS, GEOGRA
PHIES, DICTION KRI ES~
Spanish uml Herman Book*
Works on Mathematics, Belle Lettre*
Natural, Mental and Moral Philosophy, Sic.
Also,
Copy Books, Composition Books
Ink. Inkstands, Pens, Slates, Lead and Slate Pencil*
India Rubber, Drawing Books,
Brawiii# Paper, Bristol Board,
Water Color* in box*'.*, &c.t Ac.
All of which will he furnished at moderate price*.
Country dealers supplied at wholesale rat< -
WnoBHOUSK A PARHAM,
At their new building on Horern.-r street,
jan.Vf Xeai Main.
Holiday presents!
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEARS!
BIPOOGD & RILEY, BOOKSELLERS, Sr.,
Have now opened an ni,usually fine stock of elegant
BOOKS and FANCY STATIONERY, suitable for
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS,
All the now ILLUSTRATED BOOKS of the season.
CHILDREN’S BooKn. mi endless variety, adapted to
children of all ages, and at all prices.
BIBLES and PRAYER BOOKS, a beautiful assortment,
in every style of binding.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, the he»t make, at moderate
prices.
KINK WRITING DESKS, WRITING CASES and
PORTFOLIOS.
INKSTANDS, Bronze and Eb> ny.
An,l all articles adapted to the Book and Stationery
business.
Also, just opened, an Invoice of
BEAUTIFUL FaXCY BOXES,
All of which we offer at low prices,
deed'd-f
DAGUERREAN GALLERIES.
HOME AGAIN.—For seven months past 1
have had no business, having lost my gallery ar.d
nearly inv all by the great lire on the lid rtf April. I
have the pleasure now to announce to inv friends and
the public that I have once noire a GALLERY, located
on the corner of Ninth and Main streets, with an en
trance on Main (though W. I>. Cooke’s bookstore) and
also on Ninth street. J am supplied with entirely new
and the most improved apparatus and stock, and have
secured the services of T. Jefferson Niinuio, “ to the
manor horn," who has hud over fifteen years’ expe
rience.
A- In the pa«t, so in the future, I promise my pation*
good and satisfactory work.
'G. W. MIN.VIS, photographist,
oci27--ly Corner Main and Ninth streets,
SADDLES, HARNESS, &c.
S' ADDLEKY, HARDWARE
and
SADDLERS’ TOOLS,
A PCLL A*i»*»RTMENT.
j Fine Riding Saddles, Bridles Bits, 4c. Buggy and
Rilling Whips, Collars and Names, Saddle Tree-,
Buckles, Plated Buggy and Coach Mount.ngs, to which
I invite city and country trade.
1 3 CLAIBORNE WATKINS,
Formerly with Smith, Rhodes x Co.,
Now at It. L. Williams,
au21-tf 67 Main -treet.
Briscoe & stanard, successors to wm.
1). Colquitt 4 Co., having regular consignments of
vessels from Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Bal
timore, are prepared to accomodate the business pnb
11c tn all matters appertaining to SHIPMENTS.
Orders mav be left at their warehouse, corner Eigh
teenth and C'ary streets, or at Midlothian coal office, 67
Main street. __ oet27--3m
Teas ! teas i teas \
Fine Green and Black Teas, for sale by
de«2S-f P- E- DUPUY, Druggist.
STEAMBOATS, <ftc.
JjMlR RIO DE JANEIRO,
Calling at ST. THOMAS,
PARA,
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., from Pier 43, North river.
All letteiVhAve to pass through the Postofflce.
An experienced Surgeon will he in attendance on
board.
For freight and passage, having splendid accommeda
tions, apply to
THOMAS ASENCIO A CO.,
No. 17 Broadway,
oct26—3m New York
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHir
COMPANY'S TROUGH LINE
TO CALIFORNIA,
Touching at
MEXICAN PORTS,
AND CAKRVINO THE UNITED STATES MAIL.
LEAVE PIER NO. 43, NORTH RIVER, foot of Canal
street, at 12 o'clock, noon, on the 1st, 11th and 21st of
every month (except when those date* fall on Sunday,
anil then on the preceding Saturday), for A.Sl'lNlt ALL.
connecting, via Panama Railway, with one of the
Company's Steamships from Uuiinua for SAN FRAN
CISCO, touching at ACAPULCO.
FEBRUARY.
Ist—llKNRY UuArxeET, Captain Gray, connecting
with the Colorado, Capt. Watkins.
loth—Ati.an rtc, Captain Maury, connecting with
the Sackutonto. Captain Civer.y.
2ist—New York, Captain Horner, connecting «i.h
CoKSTiTf rtos, Captain Farnsworth.
Departures of 1st and 21st connect at Panama with
steamers for SorTif Pacific Pours. Those of Uttouch
at Manzaxi 1,1.0*
THBOrun PASSAOB BATES IN * CBKENCTt
First Cabin.*3<» <*>
Second Cabin.200
Steerage. lo" 1,0
A discount of one ofARcrK from steamers’rate- al
lowed to second cabin and steerage passenger- with
families. -Also, an allowance of one o t" a k t e u ii
through rates to clergymen and their families, and
school teachers; soldiers having honorable discharge.*,
HALF HARK.
one Hundred Pounds Baggage allowed each adult.
Baggage-masters accompany baggage through, and it
tend to ladies and children without male protectors.
Baggage received *-n the dock the day before Railing,
from steamboat*, railroads, aud passengers who prefer
to send down early.
An experienced surgeon on board. Medicine and at
tendance free.
A Steamer will be placed on the line January 1st,
IStiO, to run from New Orleans to Aspinwall, via Ha
vana.
For Passage Tickets or further Information, apply at
street, North Hirer, New York.
dc«2~3m F. W. 0. BELLOWS, Agent.
J^OR NEW YORK.
ATLANTIC COAST
MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The splendid new side-wheel steamship*
HATTERAS,
I. EWt* Parrish, Commander ;
ALBEMARLE,
II. A. Romas,Commander:
Leave Richmond every TI'ESDAV and SATURDAY.
Keave NVw York WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
The steamship ALBEMARLE, Captain Bourne, will
leave here, from the wharf at Rockett*, on SATUR
DAY, -Till instant, at 1 o'clock, 1*. M.
Those ships are entirely new, and were built ex
pressly for the route.
They have splendid saloons and staterooms, and the
fare, accommodation* and attention are unsurpassed.
Passage, iii< m I - and state-rooms included, ♦IS.
Goods shipped by this line are landed regularly at
New York, mi tlie Company’s covered pier, within
forlv-eight hours.
Shippers are invited to notice that the great damage
and loss by handling and exposure from frequent re
shipping, as on other lines, is avoided by thi- route.
Freights for point* beyond New York will he for
ward, ,1 with despatch, and no charge made, except ac
tual expenses incurred.
These -hips discharge cargo in New York, at I’ier No.
:t«, North River, ami tho Company'* steamers for Wil
mington, N. C., Charleston, Savannah, Mobile and N**w
Orleans, leave from the same pier. Goods for these
points can he transferred without expense or exposure.
Insurance is very low by these ships,and the economy
In time, in-urnnc' and condition in w hich goods are de
livered, makes this the cheapest route from Virginia.
Insurance etfected at lowest rates when ordered.
AGENTS:
Livingston, Fox Sc Co., 141 Broadway, New York.
Samuel Ayres A Co., Richmond, Va.
Calwell A Dunn, City Point and Petersburg.
S. 0. Elliott, Norfolk, Va.
For freight or passage, apply to
SAMUEL AYRES A CO., Agents,
office Iron Front Buildings,
Governor street, opposite Fir-t National Bank.
■ovSO—If
T A M K S RIVER LINE „
f" _ asasssnasL
NORFOLK AND RICHMOND STEAMERS.
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL, AND
THE ADAMS, HARNDEN AND
NATIONAL EXPRESS.
Til,* Steamer >1. MARTIN, Captain LtvtjnuTOtr,
Steamer CITY OF RICHMOND, Captain StRAXAnax,
Leave Haskins A Bridgford’* wharf
EVERT MORNING (Sundays excepted) AT HALF-PAST
SIX O’CLOCK,connecting at Norfolk with tho
OLD BAY LINE STEAMERS, I SEW I.IXB STEAMERS,
THOMAS KELSO, GEORGE LEAKY,
Captain IU'ssei.l, Captain Blakkmax,
ADELAIDE, DICTATOR
Captain Caxxox; | Captain Laxdic;
FOR
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK.
For further information, apply at the office on the
wharf formerly occupied by the Old Line Steamers.
Freight received from 3 to 6 P. M.
R. O. HASKINS,
office at Rocketts.
D. B. BP.IDGFOKD,
Office at Bridgford A Myers, on the Dock,
r.etween Fifteeulhand Seventeenth streets.
All FREIGHTS for point* on the river MUST BE
PREPAID. HASKINS A BRIDGFORD,
nov'Jo—tf General Ag, nt* James River Line.
/ \FFICF. OF
WELLS, FARGO 4 CO.,
SEW YORK AND CALIFORNIA
EXPRESS AND EXCHANGE COMPANY,
No. M Broadwny, New York.
SHIPPERS OF FREIGHT
TO THE
PACIFIC COAST
Will pies-.- take notice, that haring been appoint-.!
FREIGHT AGENTS OF THE PACIFIC MAIL STEAM
SHIP COMPANY,
Wo are pre|>ared to r-c-Ive Freight for
CALIFORNIA, OREGON, NEVADA,
WASH I NOT' >N T ER KIT' >KT,
SANDWICH ISLANDS,
•CENTRAL AMERICA.
AKD
WESTERN COAST OF SOUTII AMERICA.
For rates apply at our oiBc-, No. 84 Broadway, or
freight office ..n dock foot of Canal street.
Steamer# will .ail l.t, 11th and 21#t of each month ;
those date* falling on SUNDAY, on preceding SATU R
DAY.
No SLOW FREIGHT RECEIVED ON DAY OF SAIL
ING.
FREIGHT MUST BE DELIVERED ON DOCK FOOT
OF CANAL STREET.
Bill- of Lading will be issued at No. 84 Broadway.
Our n.nal Package Express will h- — nt by each
steamer AND WILL CLOSE AT lit A. M. ON SAILIN'.
DAY.
Our Letter Bag# will close at ll:8i» A. M. For
nience of our up-town cu-touier» a letter t ag w I
kept at the Metropolitan Hotel and on the dock foot of
0 Oni VRANKED ENVELOPES will be on .ale at Jhe
office of the Hotel audal our offices, No. S4 Broadway
’“AineOVrau-nUhroagh n# MUST BE IN GOVERN
ME.NT ENVELOPES.
Sight Exchange on San Francisco for sale.
Telegraphic transfer- of money made to all point*
reached by the wires on West C.-ast.
California Coupon# bought at best rat-a.
nov8--8m WELLS, FARGO 4 C0.
BOOTS, SHOES, &c.
XTK\V ARRIVAL.
BOOTS, SHOES and TRUNKS •
We hare jn-t received a new Mock of BOOTS, SHOES
and traveling TRUNKS, of good <jujalify, inch as wc c m
..mend; among th. ui are Miles' best Boot*. W,
a-k all In want of the nice»t and host to give ns a call,
dergst __PUTNEY 4 WATTS.
jyjKN’S AND BOYS’ THICK BROGANS. (
We have Just received, from Francis Dane 4 Co., i
Boston, of his own manufacture,
FIFTEEN HUNDRED PAIR
MEN'S AND BOVS’
BEST THICK, DOUBLE-SOLE
BROGANS;
Sire# a# follow#: .
1-8, -8, 8-11, 8-12 and 9-14, which will be #ojd a# low
a# they can he purchased for in New York, Philadelphia
or Baltimore. GARDNER 4 CARLTON.
nov7--tf _
Raisins, almonds, citron, 4c.
40 boxes layer Kai-in#
3<><) pound# soft shell Almond#
100 ponn.I# Citron
goo pound# ('arrant#
100 hoxe# Fig# ,_
C"'‘'Ea«K V.SPKKSO*.
decie tf 108 Broad street.
siisAmuuAia, «c.
Jf AND boston. 7w^
INLAND RlilTE, VIA CHESAPEAKE I*> Y A M» ‘I»*
SAL, THROUGH TO NEW Y<'KK.
THE OLD l'OWHATAN STEAMBOAT COMPANY*
The new and first class steamers STATE OK VARY
LAND. PETKIlsnrUd and .'TATE <>P VIRGINIA, ara
tiow receiving ami forwarding merchandise ol ail de
scription* ft. in Richmond to Philadelphia. Xew York
itnd Boston. In connection with the Canal Line of
daily Steamers from Baltimore.
These steamers leave Richmond every Monday, M ed■
ne.-day and Saturday, for Baltimore.
Goods shipped on th-.se days will be landed in New
York on the third day thereafter.
Shippers will take notice that goods shipped by this
lire do not go to ska, but are carried entirely through
INLAND, thus saving or superseding the necessity of in
surance against ska risks.
Tb» large sue of the steamers belonging to thi« line
enable Us to carry goods at less than hy any other
route.
Freight for points beyond New York will be forward
ed with dispatch.
This line Is the only one that connects with a daily
line from Baltimore for Philadelphia and New York,
and that can give through receipts.
No drayage or commission charged. The two lines
occupy the same wharf in Baltimore.
For freight or passage, applv to
DAVID it WM. CEP.RIE,
Office at Charles T. Wortham A Co.’s,
oct2d—ts Fifteenth street
P O K N E \Y Y 0 K K .
THE OLD LINE.
ESTABLISHED IN 1S6I.
| NEW YORK ANI) VIRGINIA STEAMSHIP
COMPANY.
The magnificent side-wheel steamships NIAGARA
and SARATOGA, in command of Captains Cocch and
| Kino, experienced seamen. The Pursers, Messrs. Wit •
l.iAM 0. and J. M. Smith, are well known to the commu
nity.
In point of strength, speed and finish, these ships are
UIiH)Ualed.
FREIGHT eepacity large and rates moderate.
No changing of Freight as hy other lines, which is so
| very injurious to cargo.
Insurance, if desired, can be effected at the very low
j est rules.
Order your goods to come hy this safe and speedy
I Line.
! P -sengcr accommodation* ere superb. Tickits and
■ B< tills secured on board, or at my office, Rockett*.
Tin y t.-eve Richmond, from I.udlaui A Watson's
wlwtf. ■ very TI'ESDA Y and FA1 t’RDAY, on the lb ed
lid* . The in ur ascertained hy refernt.ee to daily paper*
uf the dav previous to day of departure.
decI9 if GARRET F. WATSON, Rockett*.
pOR PHILADELPHIA.
PHII.ADEPHIA AND RIGHMOND STEAM PACKET
company.
SEMI-WEEKLY LINE.
Permanent arrangements having been perfected, the
above linn will run regularly between Philadelphia
and Richmond twice a week.
Due notice will he given of the arrival and depar
ture uf the following fine steamers :
VIRGINIA, f'aptaln Snyder.
MA VH.oWEK, Captain .1. Robinson.
CI.AYMOXT, Captain K. Kohinsan.
Tii« freight and passenger rates have been rednet dto
a low figure, and it is the intention of the company,
by the inducements offered, to make It to the interest
of the public to patronise this line.
For freight or passage apply to
R. It. DIRKEI.L, Agent,
Office of Virginia Towing Company,
aepl2—tf Twenty-first and Pock streeta.
1)111 LADKLPIi IA AND RICH-gawwi. „
I MONO STEAM PACKET COMI’AN V.tUrKaJ
Until furiher notice, the boats of tht.™““*^^®“
line wilt leave Philadelphia Wednesday,
and arrive in Richmond Saturday, of each week. Re
turning, leave Richmond Tuesday and arrive in Phila
delphia Friday, of each week.
As -non as the w. atlmr wi.l permit, the regular setni
weekly line will he re-established.
For frei ;hl or passage apply to
R. II. D1BRBLL, Agent,
mfice at Virginia Towing Company,
janll-tf Twenty-first .net Di ck streets.
nrHROUGIJ TO LTNCII- w.lfcs.--.rrnrriV>
1 BI RO. LEXINGTON AND BC- PAT ’^t /_ 1
CIIAXAX, BY OUR JAMES RIVER 1
canal packets.
Our Packets leave Richmond for the above places at
the usual hour, A P. M.. MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and
FRIDAY, and arrive in Lynchburg at <i A. M., and Lex
ington and Buchanan at 10 P. M. of the second day.
Fare through to Lynchburg.00
“ '* Is'xingt n. 6 09
“ “ Buchanan. fl 09
dec20—tf K. EDMOXI).
HATS, CAPS, &c.
rOHN JJOOLKY,
(J 239 SPoTswoori Hotfi ,
K1CIIMONP, VA.,
Has on hand, and Is constantly receiving, the fullest
assortment of HATS of all qualities, colors and prices;
also a beautiful a-sortment of
Lamas' Kras. Cafes Half-Capes. Ac.,
for Ladies amt Misses.
Is now manufacturing the line, fashionable, tali
crown MMeskln, Filk and Ca-Mln-re Hat.
The stock is well worthy the attention of the trade
and the public in city and country. norltif
COAL MERCHANTS.
QOAL AND CORK.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICE Enquir at Na
tional Coal Mining Company's yard, foot if Ninth
street and Basin. J. E. LAUGHTON,
janSS-eodSt* Agent
4 NTIIRACITE COAL.
Constantly on hand, Red and White Ash Anthracite
Coal, grate and stove sire, for family u-e—Lehigh
Lump for foundries, and Fmiths' Coal, best quality —
Orders sent to n> will receive prompt attention. An
thracite Coal sold bv weight.
SAMUEL P HAWES k SON,
ISth and Dock streets, north side of the Dock,
sep4 ly Opposite our old stand.
ANTHRACITE COAL.
BEST QUALITY
ALWAYS ON HAND.
H. S. THOMPSON A CO., Dock street,
between Seventeenth and Eighteenth.
octl3-3in
QUEENS-WARE. GLASS, &c.
(1HINA, GLASS, QUEENS-WARE
\J AM)
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
KELLOGG li GIBSOX, Importer*, Wholesale and Re
tail Dealers, are now receiving and opening a very
large assortment of goods in their line, to which they
invite the atleulion of their friends and the trade gene
rally.
Good* sh'-wn with pleasure and sold in large or small
•())»•,titles at low prices.
City and country dealers, housekeepers, Ac., will
find It to their interest to give us a call,
fi. w store, So. 115 Main street.
T. II. KELLOGG,
(late 0. .1. Runner A Co.,)
J.W. GIBSOX,
dec2S—lm <<if Richmond.)
| XTCK Hi" MAIN STREET.
White, French, China Dinner ard Tea Rets
White Granite Dinner an I Tea Set*
Fancy Printed (new Myles) Dinner and Tea Sets
Rllre’r Plated Ware
Block 1 ‘.n and llrltnr.nia Goods
her.. ie*fnps and Gla--»»re. Ac.. Ac
For sal. iow by KKLU-OG A GIBSOX,
dec28 lin__116 Mam street.
1)EST QUALITY STONEWARE.
^ RICHMOND POTTERY,
Darin Park, Proprietor.
The snhscribers having been appointed sole agents
forthe sal- of Stoneware ai d otherGnods uianufac
lured at the above establishment, respectfully s..licit
the order- of dealers and country merchants, which
shall receive our prompt attention.
Goods f' r shipment carefully packed. Terms cash.
SUMMER, WAGGONER A m„
So. 1 Fifteenth street,
oclDI-Ini Between Main and Cary streets.
LOST AND DESTROYED BONDS.
'V’OTICK.—Application will be made to the
r Auditor of the State of Virginia fur the tenewal of
the Mi-wing lost certificate, of Virginia State Regie*
tered stock, i-sued to Peter V. Hagner, D. S. A., vir
Certlfica-e >'o. l'.rt, f. r (Spit), under ait of 23d March,
l— >, dated July 17, 1815.1.
Certificate Xo. 343. for ♦122. under act of 8(h March,
1947, dated January S, 19-61.
THOMAS G. PEYTOX,
dev-’l'-l-.w ’ni Atpy for P V liagner. P. S. A.
XTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AT
,,|j, will he nude to the proper ao'hnrities
fur the renewal of the following certificates of the R
K(stored MKk .|f the -Stale of Virginia Maadliig-in my
n une Ml ihe 1.k. ..f the Second Auditor, which were
dA,cr."ifth"-M;"h?*^. f.P.ruedJuiyV^.:iM‘. Xo. *.r.
♦2.700 IS), Act 1-t March. 1*4?.
ls Vl Xo — P tl, ♦9-SJ ; Act 2t-t!l March. 'Ml Issued
■ ii 1 .",ivi \u 1 *04. *.VU 00: Act 6th March. IMS*,
April 1st, 1SV*. >Ow' n -.T71 #)36 Af, 29th March
VT1 ..Sl\l Jol Si* I8.W. X«*. -9*1, 65-SI; Ac. M
”."4- Issued February 3d. 1**- X... 1,329, *3-,;
c u 'i.h March. 1.-51. is-ued February 3d, I860, X ,
.»,. Act 22d March, 1&50, issued January 7th,
tiiwi’Xo t.35o. 87uoOO: Act l'lh March, 1956, i'-au.-.l
ge'.rnarv :U. lM-d. Xo. 652. 91,'s“IOo: Act 22d March,
' Usue-I Mar 7th. 1«0-’. S'- 3.932, *0OU ,*1 ; Art 21st
M.uh 1*57, iseUed May Stb. 1862, Xo. 4.244. 84"0 ta*.
Total *>.*« JOHN R. GaK.XETT,
Tro»t*»e for Mm. Ann F.liin BfrrmH.
Jf«r«*n»lw*r 13. 1S6.V__ rmvl3.-ia%i3tu
^OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT AP
plication will be made to the Virginia arid Tennea
.ee and Richmond and York Rirer Railroad Companies,
for the re-issue of the following Coupon Bonds of the
said companies, which were destroyed in the great firo
In this cDy, that occurred April 3d,'l8«6:
♦9,i)0o Coupon Bond# of tbe Virginia and T-nne-see
Railroad Company, hearing 6 per cent. Intern*. da*»d
July 1st, 19.64. and payable 30lh June. IfM-tl.u* each.
So*. 98. -12. r>7, 731, 732, 733, 857,960. Interest from
lot January, 1866.
♦5,iaai Coupon Bonda of tbe Richmond and York River
Railroad Company, bearing S per cent. In'"''’1. F’7
able l«t January, 1877, tl.OOO each. Xo* 290, 291,- is,
309, 347 ; lutereil from lat January, 1865
dec30-law2m C D,At1

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