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VOLUME 75. RICHMOND, VA., TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY C, 18(5(5._ NUMBER 32. ■
RICHMOND WHIG.
DAILY AND SEMI-WEEKLY.
WHIG BUILDING, CORNER GOVERNOR AND FRANK*
LIN STREETS.
TERMS:
DAILY —‘>n* Year.*10 <»
•* Six Months. 4 >E»
•• Guo Month. I «•
SBM1-WEEKLY—One Year. 4 on
•• •• Six Month.. »
ADVERTISEMENTS—Sxvxxrr-nvx Cxxt. per Square J
of Eight Lin**., for each of the ftrst two Insertion*, wllb
a liberal discount when continued longer.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
JP K. V A K K A ft,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,

Will *ttm«i th* Court* of Ah»**!U, Pnnco K«J*r.Ar«l. Sot*
tovay, <'«Bi^rlun«i »n<l pGw iiaUn. I**rtic«l.»r alloB*
tlOM KIT0II to tl«4f C«»ll«*CtlWU of I'lAilliE.
AililrrM-JotcrNiiil'*, Amelia. ■oe3t--tf»
C. il. tiKliOTuLD, | J- «*•
K1SWOL1) & GRISWOLD,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
nn-nnoxn, tibuixia.
Hire removed I heir nMee t*> Ibrthtll Mreet, between
Eighth and Ninth street*. Practice m all the Court. of
th* Cgy of Richmond and cottnli.-* of Ucnricu and Han
over, and the Circuit Court, of Essex and King and
* Queen <«M> -bin
|g II.VKKSDALK, Jr.,
* ATTORNEY AT LAW,
■ uirtx curxt u.ru, ta.
COURTS— Halifax and Pittsylvania, and the Circuit
Court, of Campbell and Danrllle. »ep2K—ly
W. RICHARDSON,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW,
a.K resumed ht» professional parsnila. lie witt prac
lic. in the Conrt of Conciliation, and when the other
Court, are re-established, in all those of th*- city of
Richmond, whether State or federal, an I in thued of
the counties of Henrico and Hanover Will tghecas*.
in any District Court of Appeal., where the induce
ment. offered are siitiicient ; attend to the investigation
of Title* and Collection oi Claims of every description,
and give special aiteulion loca.es in ihe Supreme Court
of appeals of Virginia Wli. n not at Court he may I*
foun I at Spring Farm, on the Meadow Bridge Ri*ad,
one-half mile fr**iu the city. Address, Richmond, \a..
Box «*». *nl2—ly
^KI>. D. WOOTTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND NOTARY PUBLIC
For Klchmun*l and H. nrico county,
COLLECTOR O F CLAIMS,
offer* hi* profes.looul uerviceu to the people generally j
at horn* and abroad.
Orrii-x—Main street, between Seventh and Eighth,
next door to Dr. Harrison's Drugstore. jv2S—ly
\\r C. CARRINGTON,
VV e ATTORNEY AT LAW,
lleviiuHriui, At.nxuAKi.xOor.XTT. Va.
Attend. Ihe Cnurlu in the counties of Buckingham,
Nelson and Albemarle, and pay. Special attention to
j...lf..*.iin» .o.l securia*. claims in those counttes. and
the count? of Pin van na and city of Lynchburg.
Refer to Bouduraiit, Elliott A Shields, proprietors of
the Whig. novilt—ly
/ i EO. C. CABKLL,
U
attorney at law.
Will practice In all the Courts of Pittsylvania, Halifax
and Henry reunite*, and Ihe Circuit aud Hustings
Court of Danville.
A dress— Danville, Va. »«2»—ly
I JKNRY 1IU ON ALL,
ATTORNEY AT UW AND NiiTAKY ppbuc.
Special attention given to Conveyancing and Exami
nation >f Titles.
ndtee on Uoveruor street, over lato Examiner oAce.
[jy2t—ly)
UBNKY G. CANNON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Practice* in all the Court* of the city of Richmond and j
county of lli-urico.
Si} "ttice in the la* Building. *u4 ly
IAMKS B. 1’ANNILL,
attorney at law.
nmiLVAiu cwiin, ti
Will altfDtl to m.Y biuiiitM In th* lln** of hi* prof***
liua, m Piltoylfjml* and Adjacent couniit**. Particular
itifotioii Kilt n to Ihe ColIt*ciioi» ot 4‘lniiun and prompt
remiiunc«*» undo
Pot 4 balk Level, Pltteylvmui* coast?. Va.
bp p'J3—6 m
JOHN A. COKK,
ATTORNEY AT LAW ANl> NOTARY PUBLIC,
Ell HU oft*. T A..
Will practice In all the Court* of Richmond city and
the count!*** of lt**nrico aud ILiDuvcr. j
Orro b in Law Building. Kraukllu "tr***!. ••p2S—iy j
J aw notick.
J JAMES PLEASANTS,
attorney at law and commissioner in
CHANCERY.
For the Circuit and Hasting. Court* of the Illy of |
Richmond aud County Court of lleurico.
Slice in the Law Building, Richmond, Va.
Practices in all the Courts at Richmond, and ' L olivet* |
Claims ill the adjoining counties. ocld—ly j
■CHIT OCL*. ISAAC u canalxnro*.
I'AULD a CARRINGTON,
attorneys at law.
Will practice in all the Cunrl* of the city of Richmond
tutlce on Ou*ernor street, near Broad street [ in 1 ly J
1 >ROKKSSION AL NOTICK.
WOOD BOCLDIN and Wihid BOCLDIN. J*., will at
tend a. partuers all the Court* of Charlotte aud Meek
linhurg counties
W<»I|> BOCLDIN will alien.I also the Conrts of Hali
fax county and the Supreme Court of Appeals at Rich
mond
Wood Bori ntv, Jx., I Wooi> Boruntx,
Bovdton, V*. Talcolt P 0.,
octJ—tf I Charlotte co.
|>EACHY R. GRATTAN,
attorney at law.
Oflce on east side of Tw- fth, at the end of Capitol
•treet, near the Governor’s H'-u*e. »ep!!A—ty
alsx n. Boi.LAf>AT. naxrxi. T iiut. cttasTais whit*.
HOLLADAY, BATLY a WIIITK, at
torneys at LAW, Richmond. Va . practice in
all Ihe Court* of the city of KirhiU'-nJ. an 1 the cuu
tie* of Henrico, U-inover, Caroliue, Goochland and
luuUa. SAMI’El. T B AY LY,
Xotary Public.
CHASTAIN WHITE has an oOceat Ashland, Hanover
conntv, Va
I'fflre iu law Building, Richmond or??7—ly
row* ATA.x motxnT*, c. a uouixava.
Xg the late firm of Macfxrland A Roberts.
1^0BERTS * ROBINSON,
ATTORNEYS at LAW.
Oflce No. Tl Main street,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.,
Will attend to l*g:rl hn'in.*«i* cntra«t<kd to them in
Virginia and Washington. l> C. aui4—ly
rT'UOM AS F..GOODK,
attorney at law.
BOY DTON. MECKLENBURG COUNTY. VA.
COURTS—Meeklenbnrg. Lunenburg snd Bruu-wiik.
ty)
1\T M. W. HENRY,
attorney at law.
chaui-ott* cent uot-si. ta ,
Attends the Courts of Charlotte, Pnuce Edwald a».|
Halifax auttf-ly
Johs II IB—, I * IUOUtRaMI.il
TOHN H. GILMER it SON,
attorneys at law,
Ofileo oa Sixth street, between Ifciiii and Franklin,
Richmond, Va.
Will dovotf attention to civil and crimiiuvl practice,
and to th*» collection and pr«**ecati«*n of claims In \ u
gmia and Waahu.^i n. I* I ■m¥4--3mi
J^ENJAMIN W.F1NNKV,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
RICHMOND, VA.
Corars— Richmond, Am. la, Powhatan and Chester
•«ht
fiflre on Franklin, between Seventh and Fighth
streets. Address Bex tS7b. no v 11 - - o m
r. s. uuBi.irzBi.. ’• «■ loocagauss.
UOBLITZEL A I.OOCKKKMAN,
attorneys at law,
RICHMOND, Va.,
Will *i*e special attention to all kinds of legal busi
ness. Practice in the Courts of Ueariso and city ut
Richmond. ' - . ,
Main *tr*«t, third door aboT« 8p hwoo4
Hotel. sepb-ly
■ M. DATXBfiON,
1 * ATTORNEY ATI, AW,
Ho JCAaoxnxLrr St.NEW ORLEANS.
azrxas to
Walter 0. Robinsou, President of the Mechanics and
Traders*Bank, Hew Orleans ; Thos. A Adams, Presl
dent Crescent Mutual Insurance Company, New Orleans ;
* Alfred Penn, President Union Bank New clean..
Charles Briggs. President »*<"»'“» Insurance
Company, New Orleans I Hon. Jno. A. J. Cresswell.
Washington. D. C.; Ed. D. Christian. Attorney at Law.
Lynchburg. Va._aortS-ly
ISAAC R. WATKINS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
„ CuaaLorri Coc»T Hocsa,
Virginia.
CoCaT*—Charlotts, Prince Edward and Lunenburg
B mu-—
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
¥ TRNUY A. WISE, Sb.,
WiG uracil** l» in the Court, of Kt bmond and Ileo
nco, gem*rally, and in crimiual case. in i:,e Court* of
other ct.le. and eonutie. convenient, win n specially
employed He can alway. he found at the office of
Danner * Wl*e, in the U* Building.. Richmond, or at
the houte nf Mr.. Pulliam, In Hancbeater.
jan.V-:tm __
1 HAVE RESUMED TIIK PRACTMJE OF
1. MY PROFESSION, and will attend to any bu.iue**
confided to iny care, in any of the to art. of Record,
criminal or civil, hold, n iu thi* city, office on Thir
teei.th .tn.e!. neat io W+jjaYo.
rpiiKDEKICK N. FLEMING,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Gooimiaxii Cor KT llol'.l,
VIRGINIA. m>v23-ly
iy;. V. W. FAIRER
ua. KR*car.t> thi
PKACT1CK OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY.
Orvtct: Corner of Broad and Eleventh atrvel., op
• o.i(e City Hall. octl«- lv
DK. K. T. COLEMAN,
mil. k. I.INDRN ROW, FnlMKLlS STgiiaT,
Third Door above Second Struet.
Jan)'.; :'111 __
Dental card.
Dr. K. N. IIDDSON
I la. renamed the practice of DENTISTRY, and may be
found at hi. office, on Maiu clroet, opposite the Arltng
ton Il .u.e decSh-fin.
IjKNTAli NOTICE.
JOHN O. WATT, Deuti.t. having recovered hi.
health, haa r. maud the practice of DKNT1STUY in
Richmond, and reapeClfuliv olf.-r* hi. .ervice. to In*
old friend* and pailenU, a'od ail other* who may need
them. „ .
office a id re.idence »ou!h side of Grace, between
Seventh and Eighth siren., wh.re he uiay be found at
all hour*. __noTgt—iy*
nK. JOHN MAHONY,
SURGEON DENTIST.
(For many year* a.*«claled w‘lh Dr. John G. Wayt,)
would respectfully Infir'.n hi* old patron*, and all
other* who mar ne- d hi* .ervice*. that in con.e
iiuence of I he lio.unctioa of hi. office by the great
(lie, he ha* opened an office at hi* re.idence on Fourth
.treet, between Broad and Marshall, where he can be
found at all hour*. Artificial Teeth inserted on gold,
ailver and vulcanite. TUo highest price paid lor old
Gold rlate. __4,ly'^_!L!y—
Dll. CHARLES S. MILLS
lla* resumed the practice of hi. profession In the
city of Richmond, office. Twelfth, between Bread and
Marshall ulroeta. _ ocid—ly
mfiE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
I furnl.h DESIGN.'. SPECIFICATION'S, DETAIL
DRAWINGS FOR BUILDING of every description, anJ
In any style of architecture that may bedosired. Order*
from any part of the United Slate, wtil receive prompt
alteution, with moderate charge*.
W ALTER 8. WEST,
Practical Architect,
Corner of Fcvrth and Broad street*, Richmond,
•nil—«m
M ETALS anl> M i N ERALS.—Persons 'v tab*
ln^ in for (nation (VHp**cliUR Ibu MINERAL W E ALT II
OF TIIK STATE, pah obtain full particular* by calling
a poo l>r. K. H. GRANT, at Richmond. norS—tf
EXPRESS COMPANIES.
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY.
OFFICE:
Mwx, Bbtwbks Eioiith axu Nixm Streets,
UNDER SPOTsWooD HOTEL
We bare perfected our arrangement* and are now
forwarding •
CURRENCY,
COIN,
VALUABLES,
AND
FREIGHTS,
AT Gkkaut Uanresn Rate*, to am. Polar* i* the
Souther.* Statu*.
Ail good* shipped bv the A i.AR* and IIA K.N l»KS Kx -
PRKs* CoRrAalts, from the North, are transferred to us
to complete transportation South.
Goods shipped from the North by steanohip and
marked to our care, wilt he promptly forwarded to de*
imatioR Frrr ofCuarib for ComruwIo.x* ani> Dray
auk.
Cools called for without ehargo.
For particulats. apply at our otltce,
dee.li :tm SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY.
"|MIE NATIONAL EXPRESS ANDTRANS
PoRTATIoN COMPANY.
OFFICE:
M.»tx STREBT, BKTWaaX THIKTMH.Xtll AXU FoURTRR.XTH
Street*.
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
Are now prepared to forward Currency, Coin, \alua
bles, and Freight, to points
NORTH,
south,
EAST and
WEST.
Th.< Tariff of Charges is based upon fair business
principles, without being oppressive to the public.
Goal* shipped from the North ty steamship', and
marked to the care of the National Exptess aud Trans
portation Company. will be promptly forwarded to des
titution. FREE OP CHARGE, for Commission or Dray
*'’Goods called for wtraorT cBARii and promptly for
warded.
Alt desired Information til regard to the extent of the
line* operated by this Company, furnished at any of its
agencies on application.
J E. JOHNSTON, President.
J. D. IMBODEN,
General Superintendent. declS—tf
LUMBER, CEMENT, &c.
j UMBER AND CKAIENT.
WILSON, GI.AZEBROOK & CO.,
LUMBER DEALERS,
Cok.MR Tkntu and Canal STEKir*—Soctb Side Ba*ix,
Ilk to on hand and offer f^r h*Io * full Miurlmcot of
>h.\M»XKI> aud USSKASoKKl* YLLLOW kud WHiTfe.
I’lSB—
Au,«mh> feet l J, 1$ kud 2-Inch Yellow I luu
.V>,o*hi feel SuutUiij( uud Joist, lMartc«l »lie»
2o%o«hk feet Ukrden lUili
c,.sstf.. V..VX <...**5 . Pill.. vmri.tiiH hIo-h
30,000 feet 1-ineh White Pino Boards
LATIIS, SHINGLES AND OAK POSTS.
We are prepared to furui.h BILL TIMBER In any
quantities, al the shortest notice and at low prices.
Wi- are the agents of Locher's celebrated Janie, river
CEMENT, weigh:'.g :t"0 p. and. lo the barrel, and have
now ,.n hand a fall supply, which wo offer for sale, and
| guarantee each barrel sound. Jans—tf
j UMBER I LUMBER ! LUMBER t
Wears al all time* In lecetpt. on con.lgnment, of
choice lot. oi country cut Lumber, of all kind..
Builders will do well to glee us a call.
HARPER. TAIJAKEKKO A CO.,
jHOVf Pool o! t:h slice:, on the Canal.
j UMBER AND SI.ATE.
We are prepared to have cot to order
VIRGINIA LFMBER,
of all sites aud lengths, and of tho he-t quality. il>n,
ROOFING SLATE,
From the Buckingham qnarrir.. The be.l in lh« mar
ket BallJer. and other, wauling will git e u. a call.
DEANE A SOMERVILLE,
janStt-Stawlm Corner Cary and Ninth street..
| I ME, PLASTER, SALT, &o.
&*i cask. Rockland Lime
Solon, lump Plaster
25 tons city groan ! Plaster
So barrel. Cement
S> barrel, calcioed Plaster
On consignment, for .ale by
LEE * PETTYJOHN.
JanlAf . On the Dock.
VEHICLE MANUFACTURERS.
N OTICE, EXTRA.—The concern uiTUTCII
IWK h o>K«>KN hRH bf.-n I It*ring
, i»urcha»cd hlitltc iuteiVBl of K U. tlitchc«H-k lnth»*CAr
ria£« buMnt->» All eUltus duo Ilia, individually, f**r
. *»r turruu:* r**|»uii>, a.* rImo all claim* du»
Hitchcock M <>>!>.. rn, up to th*cruab«*r 31, Im>3, ha** bo» n
d*iy A>!*ii,o**d t** m»‘. Rod I. or nay m**at, is »lone iu*
' lhoilI**d to follect th*s MIM#. 1 brg l«*RVO. m«**t r«“
uprctfuliy. to *ay lo iiiy old fri**nd», that the ir claims
art* it the odlce «*f J»*hu J. <H*born A Co , <>o 7lh. b.*- ,
ivcn t’ary and I'anal *lr**t»U, wh#rv I »hnald be
|.»e*i-'tti to havo tbfiu call and r«MU their account*, by
! due bill or otherwise.
Thankful for pa.I favors, would most respectfully ask
a continuance of the same to our u«w concern.
- J '8BORN
BOOTS, SHOES, &c.
J^OOTS AND SHOES. still
We have received, on consignment, the ful- *
lowing |!ik*TS aud SUOKS, which will be sold
at invoice prices—Ini cost :
Men's Kip Hungarian Boots, prime.
Men's ti rain Cavalry Beads, long legs,
ladies Kid double-sole Balmorals,
UdW Octal do..
LAdt***' Morocco <lo.,
LmlUha' tiuin »»ver*bo«*n,
Chil.lrm* OoRt Rtid M-talic tipped
Ibl!dren« QiKt muck-wo It
Infants Kid Boots.
ALSO,
On# Cm# Men'* Ctlf W. pt tap-tole Coot*.
I }an27f _Gardner at cakltow.
' y EW ARRIVAL.
BOOTS, SICES and TKPNKS!
We have Ju«t received a new stock of BOOTS, SHOES
and traveling TKPNKS, of good quality, »uah as we can
r*coutmend, arnou# them arc Mil***' best Boots. \f*
ask all in want of the nicest »“** >* *e»H.
pptnet A Watts
JUST RECEIVED, ON CONSIGNMENT,
eJ too do,. Brooms, Bueketo and flaskets.
Parlor and Common Matches,
| For sale be*1** B**WElSUJBR? MONCUKB A CO.,
I JaniJf 78, Main street, (up etalr* )
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
'I71RGINIA:—At rales held fa the Clerk's 1
V of th* Circuit Court of tho city of Richmond, -J
on th** 1*1 day of Januarv, 1MJ0—
J. C. Jtillor— Plaintiff, ' K
AG At NUT
John o. Rfid, John K. Tarry. N. K. Walk inland Henry
II. U<»Vu% late partner* un«lt*r tho alyl® of tho Roid**
K*pr«.»» C<»iU|»any~Defendant*.
The object of thU *11 it ill to obtain payment of the
plaintiff'* claim, amounting to eighty-one dollar*, wilh
lutrrett, for uon-delirery by thu defendant* of a pack
age of xood» received by them.
And lh*« atl.ichtneot i»a«*4 herein having boon re- n
turned executed, th** defendant* above n.Huoet are
required to appear within on** uiontb after due publica
tion of thi* ord**r and do what i* uecwary to protect
their iotereat* in thi* iult.
A Copy—Te?*to: ,
JanS-Uw4w BK.NJ r«*LLARi>,Clerk. J
\MRG1NIA At Rules continued and held
in the Clerk’u «•*«. of the Circuit Court of Burk
iuglmtu County, on Wedmwdny, tho iid day of January,
j. Wii'lrr lions.>ii aud Martha A., his wifo I lalnliffs, y
s.Missr . „ ,, . '
William II A Chambers and Jamas S llamner, and
M.ry B his wife.formerly Chambers— Defendants.
IN CHANCERY.
Tho object of this sail is to obtain a division of the
real estate of W. J. A. Chain hers, deceased, among the
parties eulitlod thereto. ...
And it appearing, by »u at# lavil lu this cause, that the
,1 fondant, William 11. A Chambers, is not an inhabi
tant of this Slate, on the plaintiffs’ motion, it is ordered
that the said William II. A Chambers do appear wubiu
one month after due publication of this order, and do
what is necessary to protect his interest; and that a
copy of Ibis older be forthwith inserted in tho Richmond
\V tiig, a public newspaper published in the city of Rich
mood, for four weeks successively, and posted at tho
front door of the Court House of this county, on tho
tirst day of the naxt County Court.
A Copy—Teat®:
R. K. IRVINO, Clerk.
N v li.M-o* k. j*. q. J*ift-tew4w
VT'lKGINIA.—At Rules hold in the Clerk’#
Office of the County Court of Powhatan county,
from the 1st lo the 3d day of January, luclusi ve, ill thu f
year iMib—
Thomas J. Noble and Sarah E. his wifo—Plaintiffs,
AU AIN ST
Elizabeth Stratton, Albert Hobson, Ann E. UcLatirino,
furmoriv Ann E. Slration, and IJzzie, Alice, Harriet,
Samuel and Milner II9bsou, the live last being infant
cbildreu ol Mary Prances Uobsou, deceased, formerly
Mary Frances Stratton—Defendants, ,
IN CHANCBKY. I
Tills suit is brought Tor a division of a tract of land
in Powhatan county, containing 47:1 acres, devised by
Milner J. snail, n, deceased, to the defendant Elirabelli
Stratton for her life, and the plaintiff-haviug filed their
bill, and it appearing by affidavit tiled that the defend
ants Albert Hobson, Ann E Mchauriuo, Little, Alice,
Harriet, Samuel and Milner Hobsen, are non-residents
of the State of Virginia, on the motion of the plaintiff's,
by Willis.I Dance. Ks«f., their attorney, it ts ordered
that the -aid absent defendants do appear hero within
one month after duo publication of this order, uii.l do
what is necessary t" protect their interest herein, and
that acpv of this order be forthwith inserted lit the
Richmond Wain, a newspaper published in tho city of
Richmond, and continued .nice a week for four succes
sive weeks, aud tbal another copy be posted at the Trent
j ,„r of the court house of this county on tho next
county court day.
A ropy—Test*.:
Jauti-law4w R. f. GRA\ hs, Cleik.
\VIRGINIAAt rules lielil in the Clerk’s
utfice of the Circuit Court of the city of Richmond,
on the 1st dav of January, lSfffi— c
William it. Williams—Plaintiff',
an at MOT
J ascot! Car-.>u 3t llarellluo Vickory, partners, under the
btvlc of Jomiph Urtuu (»•». — l>o fondant*,
IN CASK.
The object of thi* *uit i* to recover *lx hundred and
sixty— even dollar* and thirty-one rout*, alleged to l»«i
duc hy the defendant* to tho plaintiffs, with interest
thereon Irani the -,'»ih day of November, IW5, till
paid.
And affidavit having boon made and filed that tho do- |
fondant* above named are not resident* of this State, tho
said defendant* are required to appear within one
mouth after due publication hereof, and do what U uo
cesaurv lo protect their interest* in thi* Mill.
A Copy—Teste :
tw4w BKNJ. POLLARD. Clark.
\71K(ilNIA:—At rulcM held in the Clerk’s
1 oUicu uf th„ Circuit Court of tho city of Richmond,
on the Ut .1 iv of January, lStrti—
Mo-es Early, S P Dunkcl uiul George A. Frick, mer
chants and partners under the name of Early A Com
pany—Plainlilfs,
v teases
l>. Green—Defendant,
IN CASE.
The objuctof this suit Is to recoverthree hundred d«>U
tars, alleged lo he due by Ihe defendant lo the plaiutill.
And affidavit having been made and tiled that the de
fendant l*. Green, above named, is not a resident of this I
Slate, the said defendant is required to appear within (
..lie ui.inth after due publication hereof, and Jo what is.
il.’cessary to protect hi* interest in till* suit.
A Copy—Toste I
janS-luwIw BKNJ. POLLARD, Clerk.
SAFES.
Merchants,
BANKERS,
AND ALL OTHERS.
SAMUEL AYRES A SON’S LETTER
RlcunogD, January 25, ISCti. *
We had one of WII.DKK’S SALAMANDER SAFES in
the great tire ill this city on the 3d April last. Wo did
not gel it out of the debris for several months ufter —
tin opening it, we fuunil all the books and papers in a
|.erf.it .tale of preservation, except tho bindings of Ihe
book*.
Mr. Beady, who opeu»*d it, a**ured u* tho content*
were In a belter condition than any he had opened, tti.d
h»* h*d opPiiHl a great many, it being in hls lino of bu
slUPM.
The fire wa* a very hot one, being canned hv the
burning of two four—lory bou*o* ; and a* the Hale wa»
m the third Mtory, It u»u.*d have nlooJ tho brunt ol tho
-realeat heat. i
Your* renpectfullv,
SAMUEL AYRES H SON.
ATKINSON, TssEYCKK A CO.,
General Agents,
22s Main street,
Richmond.
THE WILDER SAFE
Is sold bv
GIi.l.IA M A DUNLOP, Petersburg,
D. B. PAYNE A BRO., Lynchburg,
feblf _
QUEENS-WARE, GLASS, &c.
/IlllNA, (iLASS, QUEENS WARE
\J AND
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
KELLOGG A GIBSON, Importers, Wholesale and lto
tail Dealers, are uuw receiving and opening a very
large assortment of good* in their line, to which they
in \ lie the attention of their ftiends and the tiado getre
r.iliv.
Gtsids shown with pleasure and sold in large orstnall ^
quantities at D.w prices.
City and country dealers, housekeepers. Ac., will
tlrid it to their interest to give ns a call.
Nun' store, No. 115 Main street.
T. H. KELLOGG,
(late 0. J. Sumner A Co.,)
J. W. GIBSON,
dec23—1 m . (Of Richmond.)
i Vest quality stoneware.
1 > —
It I C n M O N D POTTERY,
David Paxa, Proprietor.
The subscribers having been appointed solo agents
bribe sale of Stoneware and other Goods tnanufac
turej at the above establishment, respectfully solicit
the orders of dealers and country merchants, which
shall receive our prompt attention.
(to.sis for shipment carefully packed. Terms cash.
SUMNER, WAGGON Kit A CO.,
No. I Fifteenth street,
oct.tl--ftm Between Main and Cary slreela.
BOOKS. STATIONERY, &c.
j>ECENT WORKS.
LIFE OF MK IIAKL ANGELO. By Herman Grimm 2!
vol*. 9vo. #ti.
Mosaics OK HUMAN LIFE Bv Elizabeth A. Thus (
Ion, *2. 1
BOURNES CATECHISM OF THE STEAM ENGINE,
in ils various applications to Mines, Mills, Rail- j
ways, Sc., with praciical instructions lor the luanu- I
future and management of Euginee of every class.
New edition. (2 .VI. .
BOURNE S HAND inu'K OF THE STEAM ENGINE—
constituting a key to the “Catechism of the Steam |
Engine. $2 50. _
THE STUDENT’S PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY : A Text
Book on Chemical Physics and Inorganic and Orga- j
nic Chemistry. Hy Henry Morton, A. M , and A. R.
Leeds. A. M *2.
LOUIS NAPOLEON. THE DESTINED MONARCH OF '
THE WORLD, and the BATTLE OF ARMAGEDDON. |
Bv Rev. M Baxter. ♦! 1
THOUGH I’SO.N PERSONAL RELIGION ■ Being a Tre.i- <
Use on the Christian Lite in ils two chief elements. I
Devotion and Practice. By K. M. Uoulbouru, D.
D *2.
LYRA AMERICANA: or, Verses of Praise and Faith, :
from American Poets Selected and arranged hy
Rev. G. T Rider. $2.
A TEXT ROOK OF GEOLOGY. Desigued for Schools 1
and Colleges By J. B. Dana. *2
CHRONICLES oF THE SCHONBKRG-COTTA FAMILY j
A new supply. |1 50.
DIARY OF MRS. KITTY TREVYLYAN: A story of j
the Times of Whitfield and the Wesleys. By the j
Author of the o Chronicles of the Schnnberg Cotta ]
Family.” fl 60.
7 WOODHOl'SK A PARHAM,
(Tsie James Woodhouse A Co.),
Governor street, near Main. ;
£3'Books sent hv mail, free of postage, on receipt of ,
the price. frl -
■ ' ■ " ■ ■ ii -
t^OAP ! CAN l>LKS! TEAS!
hs. boxes adamaj.tlm CANDLES, brown and yellow j
SOAPS
10rases fine young HvS'm TEA
bbU* (nil gnules) KL*»CK 1 ,
Borden's CONDENSED MILK
'•o coiini^nmunt an«l fur Male Ur
WKISUiKK, MONCURB A CO ,
7S Maiu street* •
feM-tf Up Main* i
OK BBLS. PORTO RICO SUGAR,
as 9 / 2d bblft. koflllfd Sugur,
25 bbU. (' Extra Sugar. '
For axle by WM. TAYLOR A SON. !
janif
4 ALE GREASE!
1 600 KE09
For tale by B. DENNI9, ,
JanSO-tf Cary, between 15lh and lbth »treels. !
T AUDI LARi>!
25 kegs CHOICE FAMILY LAUD.
For sale bv . ?•
janst-tf' Cary, between 15th and 16th streets.
PARLOR LAMPS.—Another invoice of verj J
handsome Kernstne Lamps, just received; also,
tha best Ken wine OH for sale
J. BLAIR, Druggist,
declAj lu? Broad street. I
dry GOODS, CLOTHING, &c.
ff O II C B .
We ln»g leave to Inform nor patron* and the public in
Kiioral, that we shall, until thu 1st of March, offer our
uck of
DKES9 GOODS,
CLOAKS,
SHAWLS,
WouL Hooi)9,
BREAKFAST CAPES,
" Ac., Sc .
t and below cost, without reserve, being dealrous to
take room for our Spring Slock.
Call early and secure the bargain* at
A. HIRSH & CO.’S,
Ui Broad hlroot,
feb.1t Between Sixth and Seventh■
[JOYS’ AND CHILDREN’S CLOTHING
D always on hand, comprUing
OVERCOATS,
PANTS,
VESTS,
Black, Orey, and Fancy SUITS, lo fit Boya from four
oar* old up ; alao large boya.
’HITE SHIRTS,
UNDERSHIRTS,
SOCKS,
COLLARS,
WILLIAM IRA SMITH k CO ,
ft b2-tf_ 112 Main at root.
nyriLUAM ira smith & co.,
C L *« THIERS,
112 Mats SrutiKT.
tlLLIAM J. 0LBNN,
L. B. STARKE,
K. A. SAUNDERS,
Can be found at thu above house, and Invite tholr
frlanda generally to call and
EXAMINE TIIEIK STOCK,
eoling matured that they can aatiafy the want* of all
lu want of
SOMETHING REALLY NICE AND GOOD
In the way of
FASHION ABLE CLOTHING. Janltl If
' A O(U) NEWS I
jr
TO HEADS OF FAMILIES
AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY.
TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS' WORTH
D R Y G 0 0 D S
To ho run otf at COST,
At 173 Buoao S rattier, Consult Sixth Stkkkt,
(The old aland of Chllea A Chencry.)
Havtiy; determined to closo out my ENTIRE STOCK
f
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
THIS MONTH,
TO MAKE ROOM FOR
SPRING GOODS,
WILL HELL THEM DURING THE MONTH OF JANU
ARY
AT C O S T I
W. R. POLK,
jan.Jf 173 Broad street, corner Sixth street.
yo HUMBUG I no HUMBUG I
CALI. AND SEE FOR YOCTRSELVES
TUB UREAT BARGAINS
SELLING AT
JACOB EZEKIEL’S, NO. 41 MAIN STREET,
If HO IS CLOSING OUT HIS PRESENT STOCK OF DRY
OODSAT, AND IN MANY INSTANCES LESS TUAN
OST. TO MAKE A CHANGE IN HIS BUSINESS ON THE
1 KST OF JANUARY NEXT. nottSS-f
ITALENflNE & FRANKLIN,
V BROAD STREET,
Between Eighth and Ninth.
IOTIOX9,
HOSIERY,
OI.OVES and
FANCY GOODS.
We hare Just received a furtheraddillou toonrstock,
inking It as colnplete as at any time during the season.
Ifo call attention to
Woolen Goods, Soilings and Capes
Cotton, silk and linen cambric Handkerchiefs
Ladles' and Gents' woolen and cotton Hosicx?
Buck, Berlin, silk and other Gloves
Coat, vest and Irimiuiug Bullous
lames' ami Hems' linen ami paper Collars
Ladles' and Gents’ u-oulen Shirts and Drawers
Rubber :lnd horn Combs and Buttons, great variety
New style Head Net*
Magic Ruffles, lloop Skills
Skirt Braid, Soaps
Perfumery, Ac., Ac.,
At wholesale, and as low as they can he bought any
rhere. MANN S. VALENTINE,
dectA-lf P. A. FRANKLIN.
PJRBAT REDUCTION I
In order to reduce our stock of
WINTER CLOTH I NO
As much as possible by Spring, wo are now
HELLING OFF
OVERCOATS,
BLANKETS and SHAWLS,
HEAVY CASMJIERE SUITS
And all Winter Clnlhiiig, at greatly reduced prices.
j,„Uf WKKTBNBAKBtt A WILLIAMS.
I T ALL & HUTCHISON,
L 1. Importers and Jobbers of
NOTIONS axb WHITE GOODS,
at the old stand of Thomas, Hughes A Caldwell,
(o. 7 Fourteenth street,.
between Main and Cary streets,
RICHMOND, Vs.
The subscribers havo funned a co-partnership as
ibove, and are now.prepared to exhibit a WELL HE
,KCTEI> STOCK OF GOODS purchased pro* must
IASI'S cob cash, and will he pleased to servo their old
rionda and the trade generally.
John w. hall,
Formerly of Thomas, Hughes A Caldwell.
EDGAR S. HUTCHISON,
Formerly of McVeigh, Howard A Co.,
dec9f Lynchburg, Va.
IAS. 8. BPBBBSe... . JAS. I. POWHUS. .. . JSO. P. TAN08T
|JUKRESS, POWERS & YANCEY,
• 113 MAIN STREBT,
(Dp Staibs.) RICHMOND, VA.
Thu n ml..Tnli'imd hare f.u nit'll a co-nartiiershlu for the
lurpose of conducting a wholesale jobbing business in
WHITE GOODS, HOSIERY, FANCY GOODS AND
NOTIONS.
Our stick has been selected with great care, and
.ought exclusively for cash. Wo Halter ourselves we
:an offer to the merchants of Virginia, North Carolina
md Tennessee, superior inducements
We call the attention of the trade toour stock of Cam
>rlcs, Swiss Muslin, Irish Linens, Brilliants, Hom
titcbed and L. C. Haudkerchiefs, Silk and Cotton
landkerchiefs, Hosiery, Gloves, Fancy Woolen Uoods,
•mbrellas, Spool Cottons, Sewing Silks, Buttons, No
ions lu great vaiiety, Tailors' Trimmings, 4c., 4c.
We are determined to sell those goods as low as they
all be bought anywhere; anil we confidently invite
he attention of the Irada to our house.
iKtllf BUKRRSS, POWERS 4 YANCEY.
MEN’S UNDERWEAR HOUSE.
W. H. HAYWARD, No. M Main street, below Four
eenlb street, dealer in all kinds of GOODS for MEN'S
INDEKWRAR, Toilet and Fancy Articles, Perfumery,
lotions, Ac , 4c. Also a great variety of Ladles' and
htldren's Hosiery, Gloves, Zephyr, Moods, Nubias,
Ireakfast Shaw is, 'Scarfs, Socks, Ac., Ac.
OEOROR R08KELL, long and favorably known by
he citizens of Richmond, respectfully Informs hia eld
ustoiuor* au J friends that he can bo found at the above
louse, where he solicits a contiouauce of their favors.
sepSTf
Oil. MARSHALL,
e WITH
HALL 4 HOTCII BSON,
I HI'OUT KBS AXD JOBUKR*
or
NOTIONS AND WIIITB GOODS,
So 7, Fourteenth Street, below Main, Richmond, Va.
Jau3f
VATIIAN’S HOOP SKIRTS,
i N With improved corrugated ludestrucllble clasp*.
Those skirts are
Light,
Elastic,
Handsome,
And Durablo.
The best and Cheapest 8ktrts manufactured In the
United States. , , . , .
We have Ju.t received a full line of the above Skirts
>n eonsignmeut. and respectfully Invite the attention
.ftho trade to the same. ^ UPTCIIBSON,
jandf No. 7, 141b »t., a few doors below Main.
TPHR BEST ASSORTMENT OF
DRB8S TRIHH1NG8,
MANTLE ORNAMENTS,
AID
DRESS BUTTONS,
Tube had at JOHN HARTZ'.
wfi Fluting done to order.
JOHN HARTZ, 217 Broad •!.,
Between Fourth and Fifth street,
nov9-tf Next door to Mr. Mitteidorfer.^
CtUFERlOR CHEWING TOBACCO
3 AND CIGARS.
10 kinds of superior Chewing Tobacco and Cigars
t> kinds of floe Cigars
For sale by DANDKIDGE 4 ANDERSON,
)au2J-tf No. 108 Broad street.
BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL.
JJALT1MOKE LOCK. HOSPITAL,
BALTIMORE, MD.
ESTABLISHED as a REFUGE from QUACKERY.
THE ONLY PLACE WHERE A CURE CAN BE
OBTAINED.
I>n. JOHNSTON has discovered Iho most Certain,
Speedy, and only Effectual Remedy in Iho World for
Weakness of thu ltark or Limbs, Strictures, Affection nf
the Kidneys and Bladder, Involuutary Discharge*, Jui
potency. General Debility, Nervousness, Dyspepsia,
Languor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of j
the Heart, Timidity, Trembling, Dimness ol Sight or ,
Giddiness, Disease of the Head, Throat, Nose, or Skin, |
Affections nf the Liver, Lungs, Stomach, or Bowels— j
those Terrible Disorders arising from Solitary llahil* of j
Yoiith-Aseeret and tolitary practices more fatal to their
victims than the song of Syrens to the Mariners of Ulys
ses, blighting their insist brilliant hopes or anticipa
tions, rendering marriage, Ac., impossible.
YOUNG MEN
Especially, who have become the victims of Solitary
Vico, that dreadful and destructive habit w hich 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 thu thunders of eloquence, or waked toecslacy the
llvlug lyre, may call with lull conOJ. nee.
MARRIAGE.
Married Persons, or Young Men contemplating marri
age, being aware of Physical Weakness, Organic Debil
ity, Deformities,speedily cured.
He who places himself under the care of Dr J. may
religiously contide in his honor as a gentleman, and
confidently rely upon his skill as a physician.
ORGANIC WEAKNESS
Immediately Cured and full Vigor Rostered.
This dialieasing affection, which renders life misera
ble and mar riage impossible, is the penalty paid by tiro
victims of improper iudulgcucius. Young persons are
ton apt to commit excesses from not being aware of tin)
dreadful consequences that luay ensue. Now, w ho lint
understands the subject will pretend to deny I lint tin
power of procreation Is lost sooner by those tailing into
improper Irahita than by thu prudent T Besides being
deprived of thu pli-asuru of healthy offspring, tin- most
serious and desluctivo symptoms of both limit and mint
arise. Tho System becomes deranged, the Physical and
Mental Functions Weakened, Loss of 1‘rocruaiivo pow
er, Nervous irriialdiily, Dyspepsia. Palpitulion of tin
Heart, Indigestion, Constitutional Debility, and Wast
ing of the Frame, Cough, Consumption, Decay and
Death.
DR. JOHNSTON,
Member or 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 ill the hospitals of Loudon, Paris, Philadel
phia, nod elsewhere, has effected some of the most as
tonishing cures that were ever known ; many troubled
with ringing in the head and ears when asleep, great
nervousness, being alarmed at sudden sounds, bush
fulness, with frequent blushing, attended sometimes
with derangement of mind, were cured immediately.
TAKE PARTICULAR NDTICJ.
Dr. J. addresses all those who have injured them
solvis by improper indulgence and solitary habits,
which ruin both body and luiml, unfitting them for either
Lusinos-, study, society, or marriage.
These are some of tho sad and niolnnclmiy effects
produced by early habits of youth, vi/: Weakness of
the Hack and Limbs, Paint in the Head, Dimness ol
Sight, Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of Iho
Heart, Dyspepsia. Nervous Irritability, Derangement of
the Digestive Functions, General Debility, Symptoms of
Consumption, Ac.
Mkxtai.I.v.— The fearful effects on the mind are much
tube dreaded. Lins of Memory, Confusion nf Ideas,
Depression of Spirits, Evil Forebodings. Aversion to
ar<“ Nouit* of the evil* produced.
Thousand* nf porsnijH of all agon can now jmlgo what
U the c«m»oof their declining health, losing their vigor,
becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, having a
singular appearance about iho eyes, Cough, un.l Symp
toms of Consumption.
YOUNO MEN
Who havo Injured lhe ms,* Iv» a by r certain practice,
indulged in when alone, a habit frequently learned
from evil companion*, »*r at school, the i-UWt* «*f which
aru nightly felt, even when asleep, and, it not cuied,
renders marriage Impossible, and destroys both mind
and body, should apply immediately.
What a pitv that n young man, the hope of hi* coun
try, the pride of hi* parents, slnoiid bo Miatehod from
all prospects ami enjoy turn s of life by tbeconsequenne
of deviating from the path of nature, and indulging in a
certain secret habit. Such person* must, before con
temiilating
MAURI A HE,
Reflect that a sound mind and body are the mod nece
aary requisite* to promote connubial happiness, in
deed, without these the journey through life becomes a
weary pilgrimage ; the prospect hourly darkens to tbo
view*,tin* mind becomes shadowed with despair and tilled
with the melancholy reflection that tho happiness of
unother becomes blighted with our own
OFFICE, 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET.
Left-hand side going from Haiti more street, a few door*
from tbo corner. Fail not to observe name and num
ber.
No letters received unless postpaid and contain
iug r stamp to l>.% used on the reply. Persons writing
should state age, and send portion of ad vertiseiucnt de
scribing symptom*.
The Doctor’s DIPLOMA hangs in his office.
ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS.
The many Oiou^unds cured ut thi* establishment with
in the last twenty years, and tho nnuioroiis important
Surgical Operations performed by Dr. John»tnn, wit
41 eased by the reporters of the The Sun and many other
papers, notices of which liavo appeared again anu again
before the public, besides his “binding as a gentleman of
character and responsibility, Isa sufficient guarantee to
the atilictud.
SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED.
JanlO-ly
CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICES.
jriO-PARTNERSli IP.
The undersigned have this ilav entered Into a co
partnership under the Arm und stylo of
SAMPSON JUNKS. Jr., ,V CO.,
To conduct a UK.SKUA I, COMMISSION, Full WARD I NCI
and AUCTION BUSINESS.
Con-itfiimeiils of a 11 kind* of Country Product) arc sn
liclted, and ov.-tv effort will bo made In guarantee satis -
faclion liy t| lick salt;* and |iroui|>t return*.
Ilaviiix tukun tin) lurye and commodious warehouse,
No I Fifteenth street (between Main an I Cary), tlioy are
p re pit red to furnish uiuplo arioininodatlniis fur storage.
SAMPSON Jo.NKS, Jit.,
JOHN M. AI.I.AN.
Rlcuiioxn, February 3, 1S6S feb5-St
DISSOLUTION.—The Co-Purtncnihip of
SIINOR Si JONES wit* die*nlved by limitation on
the Ut February, T. F. Minor retiring from tbo Arm.
T. F. MINOR,
JOHN L. JONES.
C A R II .
Tbo co partnership of MINOR A JONES having ex
pired I.v limitation, the undersigned will continue the
PRODUCE COMMISSION MIRINESS at the old store of
Minor A Jones, No. G Fifteenth street.
He will (five bis personal attention to tho sale of all
Country Produce, 1.1 vo Stock, Ac., on coiiimU-bm, und
hopes to receive a continuance of the favors »o liheial
Iv extended to Minor A J ones. pledging hiiusi-lf to n«e
his best efforts for the interest of thu.e wln> may favor
him with their business.
The services nf Mr. JOHN G. KFFINOF.Il are retain
ed in bis employlueut. JOHN I.. JONES.
In retiring frniii Ilia Arm of Minor A Jones, I take
pleasure in recommending Mr, JOHN L. JONES to the
former customers of the concern.
febJ—1 m T. F. MINOR.
Dissolution.—The iirm <>t tjnslky &
SHKPPEKSON was dissolved on the first day of
January, 1SGG, hy mutual consent. The name of the
firm will bo continued only hereafter In the settlement
of accounts. C. C. T1NSI.EY,
j.vnUJ If B. F. 8HEPPERSON.
/t 0. TINSLEY,
( l-Altl’KNTRR AND ItlTII.DKR.
Will continue the hnsInenH at tlio old kIiuiI «»f TINS
LEY * SIIKl'PEICSON, c«»rn«r of .1*1 miuI Grace Htrcetft.
Itidng thank I ul f«*r favors, »«»lkit* n r^i.tliiuaoco of
(bn same from his friend* and the public ^fin-rally,
plodding himself to givu siilistfacllen^ln hIN'
CIO-1* AUTN KUSH 11*.—Th« undersigned, <.|
J the llrm i f KENT, PAINE A CO., have fi rmed a
Co partnership for the purpose of conducting a
GENERAL AUCTION AND COMMISSION BUSINESS,
Under the Clm of
1* A 1 N E & CO.,
And have taken the More No. 100, Main street, next
below Mitchell A Tyler, and w ill he pleased to receive
consignments from their friends and tlm public.^^^
Jan2n-e..dts A. PAINE.
QO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
11. F. WKISIOKIt A CO. have admitted Into co-part
nership W.D MONCURE and >!• M. PAYNTEU, and
the business will be conducted front January 1, lsn8
under llte Srtn and style of
WE1SIGER, MONCURE & CO.
Thankful for tile patronage of our friend-and the
public during the past four months, we would respeit
fullv ask a Continuance of the saute tothe new ceor-ui
0. F. WK1SIUER U CO.
WEISIGEU, MONCURF. A Co. can be found at 7S Main
Street until about 1st February, when they will occupy
the new house being completed for them on Pearl (or
14lh) Street, between Main und Caiy.
jau If.t
tIO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.—I hare this
) dav associated with me Mr. Joseph Pettyjohn, and
the business will iu future heconducted auderttie style
of I.EE A PETTYJOHN.
ThsuRfiil for the |>alronage extended to me for the
last twenty years, I solicit a continuance ot the same to
the new concern. A. S. l.EK.
CT< >-P ARTN EKS111P.—The undersigned have
J tills day entered Into a co-partnership under the
Brm and style of
dell, SHEPHERD A CO.,
For the purpose of conducting a.
GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS.
For the sale of all Country Produce, Lumber, Wool,
Ac., and by strict attention (o business, hope to merit
and receive a liberal share of business from their friends
and the public generally.
Mr. CUARLKS C. KLI.ETT, a man of long experience
as a builder in tills city, will give bis personal attention
to tbe sal* of all consignment* of Lumber.
(inr office, for the present, will be at the corner »f
Eighth etreel and the Basin.
ASHLEY J. BELL,
novlf ALIGN L. SHEPHERD.
qo-partnekship.
The undersigned have foruie.1 a co-partnership for
the purpose of conducting a COMMISSION BUSINESS in
the city of Richmond, under tbe style ..f FAULKNER,
CAKKINUTf N A CO., and will give their perse,ual at
tention to the sale of PRODUCE.
J. B. FAULKNER,
ROBERT CARRINGTON,
Charlotte, Ya.
RICHARD RUSSELL,
*epl-6m Mecklenburg, > i
BOSWELL’S MEDICATED COUGH
CANDY, for Coughs, Colds, Broncblli* »"d Inlin
en xa, for sale by .*• “L.tll.,
Jan2lf Druggist, 1<*7 Broad -li.-. t.
RAILROADS. &c.
EZmmjgBBW
RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG RAILROAD^.,)
RlcuaoXb, Va., Jan. 27, 1m*6. $
QIIANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after TUESDAY, the 30th instant, Trains npnn
:bi. road will ran a* follow.:
Leave Manchester at 3:13 A. M., and at 3:35 P. M.
Loave I’otembitrif dat:v, K:.V) A. M . and at 5:10 P. M.
On Monday., Wednesday, and Fridays, a Freight
Train, with a passenger car attached, will leave Man
:hoder and Petersburg at 10:15 A. M.
E. II. GILI.
jan27 If Engineer and Superintendent.
OFFICE U. F & P. II. I{. CO.,>
KlclUluXb, 13th January, ISO#. \
rJPUE l’OTOMAC ROUTE AGAIN OPEN !
THE GREAT SHORT LINK
Via Frederick.!)nrg and Aqnia Creek, to the NORTH
and WEST, I. again open to the travelling | nblic.
Trains leave at 5 A. M. and 8 P. M-, a. usual.
THROUGH TICKETS lo Alexandria, Washington,
BtOOuiore, Philadelphia. Now York and the West.
SAMUEL RUTH
tanIS-tf Superintendent.
I^ICilMOND and DAN V.JRLE RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On an.l after TUESDAY, December Tilli, the PASSEN
GER TRAIN on tYii< mad will run as follow.':
Leave Richmond dally, Sundays excepted, 7:40 A. M.
Arrivo at Danville, 5:lt> 1*. M.
Leave Danville dally, Sunday* excepted, 5:30 A. M
Arrive in Richmond, 3:15 1*. M.
Train* connect a! Burkov ille with train* on the South*
• Ido lUilroad for Lynchburg, and at Danville with the
trains oil the 1*1 *diu«*nt Railroad,f.*r Greensboro’, t'hai*
lotte, Sic. TlloS. DG|>AMKAD, Superintendent,
decia if
yiUGIMA CENTRAL RAILROAD.
The following regular train* will ho rnn on this
road, on and after THURSDAY, December 'ilvt :
A Mail train daily, except nn Sundays, betwc on Rich
inoiid and Staunton, leaving Richmond at 7.45 A. M.,
a ml Staunton at S A. M
A tri weekly Mail Train, leaving Staunton at 7 A. M ,
for the We*t, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday*.
The Mail Train leaving Richmond connects with
train' on the ORANGE AND ALEX ANDRIA RAILROAD.
The Dally Mail Train connect* with Mage coaches at
Staunton for Lexington, Winchester, *5tc.
The Train West of Staunton connect* with stage
couches for Rockbridge Bath*, Rockbridge Alum, Warm,
Hot and Healing Springs, uni the Wiille Sulphur and
Lowisburg.
A Freight Train between Richmond an I Staunton
connect* with freight train* on the Orange and Alexan
dria Railroad for Lynchburg and Alexandria.
Freight w ill ho sent to any point on tho orange and
Alexandria Railroad without change of car*.
floods purchased in Northern cities can he sent di
rect to and station on this road where the Company h:»*
an Agent, bv consigning them to Stephen Hunter, Gene
ral Freight Agent, Richmond. The charge for the
transit through Richmond, including wharfage, dr.ty
age, storage and coinmisHionK, will not exceed ten cents
per lot) pounds, and on heavy article* will ho much
less. Freight* will be collected at destination.
Through Ticket* can ho purchased at this ottlco lo
I,y nriiiMirg, i.riMoj, minx v i i/unuii.
Ticket* to Lexington, Virginia, +11.
Freight olflce Jit UirhitionJ cloned at :l r. M.
II. I>. WIIITrOMH,
Boprj—if (lenerNi Superintendent.
OFFICE RICHMOND A > D I'ktckhdpru K. K Co., J
Uichmnii.l, January lh«;d. N
ON ANI) AFTER HIE 7TII OFITZm
JANUARY. Is#ui. tliu Sund tv Kvcnlng”-**-——
I'amenger Trnliu* will rim on lliin road as ht»relnfni<-,
leaving Manchenter at it:bb I*. M. and leaving INcahnij
la* at b: In IV Al., ai riving at Manchester at 7 1* M.
E. It. til 1.1,
Jan4-tf Engineer an<l Superintendent.
MERCHANT TAILORS.
rOUN LATOUCHE,
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
11:ts REMOVED In Franklin sired, next In III* corner
of Fourteenth, and return* Ills sincere thinks f»r llie
liberal patronage already bestowed, and hopes l.> m.-ril
and tueeive u continuance of lto* same.
PRICKS UNIFORM AND .MODERATE. GARMENTS
COMMK ILS FART. TERMS CASH. janl.:f
in hoi.t kiciiakosos. w. pi.ktmiku buimbuson.
lyM.llOLT RICHARDSON fc CO.,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
(Fonrleenlli slrepl, opposite Exchange Hotel,)
RICHMOND, VA.
dccl2—3 m
JOHN E. DOHERTY,
MERCHANT TAILOR.
Main street, between Eighth and Ninili streets.
Diagonally opposite Ihe Spotswood Hotel.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
Mr. DOHERTY calls attention to some beautiful Fa
brlcs for
GENTS' WINTER WEAR,
UoceiceJ iii Ihe last few days, which will he made up
In good style, lie names:
Siuiooi's Waved-face and Tricot COATINGS
English WHITNEYS and HEWERS, various colors
English, Mellon's, oxford and llrnwn MIXTURES
Johan ny's and Siliioni's Cle *T II ** .1 ml D< *Kstv IXS
Claret, llrnwn and Bluek HEAVERS, for Milts
The atock i* excellent, anJ the price* shall suit the
limes.
d.-eft-tt J. F,. PQIIEHTY.
MACHINISTS' SUPPLIES, &c.
WL . H A 1 L K V ,
. AGENT FOR
STEARNS, WHITNEY A BRIDGES,
Dr.AI.RR.* IX AXO AltgXTS FOR
RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND MACHIN
ISTS’ SUPPLIES,
nock STREET, NEAR SEVENTEENTH,
KK'iniOND, VA.
327 CHESNUT STREET, PUILADELPHIA.
72 WATER STREET, BOSTON.
f'l'K \K.V*. I 0IO> l<» WH1TNRY.
WHO. HYKAUNH. | UK‘». K. HKI |X*M*.
RFPFKKSi'Fa.—S. M. Felton, 1’res’t P. W. and I*. It.
It., Phila.; II. J. Loiubaert, V. Pres’t P. C. It. It.,
Phila.; Heaney, mm ,\i Archhold, Macliiidsls and Steam
ship Builders, Chester, Pa.; Harlan, llollingsworih A
Co., Machinist* and Steamship Builder*, Wilmington,
Del.: Charles K. Smith, Pres’t Reading III It., Phila.,
M. W. Baldwin ,V Co., Ia«oiuotive Builders, Phila.
nov2—3m
SCALES.
Banks, imn.more & co.’S
STANDARD PLATFORM, WAREHOUSE and
COUNTER SCALES.
The attention of Builders, Owners of Warehouses,
Orocers and C.,uinils*lon Merchants is called to I lust
Scales, samples of which we are prepared to exhibit.
Which We guarantee a* being c*|,ial in accuracy, dur.i
Mlitv and manner of construction to any other Scales In
this market, and at a lAJWKR PRICE.
We put up these Scales, including the Dormant Scales,
anywhern In the city, under our personal supervision,
HARPER, TALIAFERRO A CO.,
JttnUf Foot of Sixth street,on the Canal.
IVAUK1IOUSE SCALES.
II. M. SMITH A CO., GENERAL AGENTS
For tho sale of
HOWL'S PREMIUM STANDARD SCALES.
f _
We a*k the attention of builders and owners of ware
houses to samples "f these Scales, on exhibition in oul
wareroom*. We guarantee them lo ho
KGUAL IX ACCURACY,
SUPERIOR l.\ DURABILITY,
MOKE SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION,
THAN ANY OTHER SCALES IN THE MARKET.
In eonipeillion Willi Fairbauk's Srol. «, it ha* been
again and again victorious, llie How,* and Ihe Fair
hunk-,' are both made in Vermout. At the State fairs oi
(hat Stale, Ihe llowe ha-, after lepealed and sever,
trials, been pronounced the best. We refer to the olH
cial reports I
Vermont Stale Fair, September IS, Is.',;—First 1 i„
mlum to John llowe, Jr. ; Second Premium lo F.. A I]
Fairbanks.
Vermont Stale Fair, September 17Hi, IS.’,*—Diploma la
John llowe, Jr. ,
United Stales Fair, Richmond, Virginia, <tetob«r, ls.<f
- First I’reiiiiam t>, Howe's Scales.
We aim l>> place the llowe Scales in competition with
other pall,TIMS as much as possible, that it may stand l>y
its own merits. _ . __ .
We place the DORMANT SCALES In warehouses by
our own workmen, and leave them ready for u-e.
EVERY SCALES WARRANTED.
F-,r information a* lo price, capacity, reports of pub
lic trials, Ac , call at ,,ur olUc.\
JanSf NO. 14 MAIM STREET.
V GENOV AND DEPOT FOK 111K SALK
t.F
FAIRBANKS A CO.’S
STANDARD SCALES.
We are sole agents in the city of Richmond for Ihe
sale of Fairbauk's A Co.'s celebrated
STANDARD, PLATFORM,
WAREHOUSE and
COUNTER SCALES,
and keep constantly on hand a large and complete as
sortment of all the leading cites and styles, which *'»
oiler at mannfaciar,-r’a price*.
W. S. DONNAN A CO.,
Governor street,
ocLTo-lf Richmond, Va.
TYPE FOUNDRIES.
RICHMOND TVI’K FOUNDHY
li A»n
PKINTBRS’ P U R N 18 III N fl WAREHOUSE,
RirHMOkD, Va.
^i,wr.s';i5’i?Ab‘*srs:-,a-.
“ cuies, .lands, l-ads, reglet, quotation*, qaoln-,
•'..'l furniture, mallets, bras* rule, plainer- brass
H.-hes shooting sticks, mitering machines, in fact
every article requisite for a Printing Olllce, at Xoarn
v puit-u. Presses, new and second-hand, furnished
ul'order. H.L.PKLOU/.KACO
sept—if Rlchmoad, \ a.
CLOVER,
TIMOTHY,
ORCHARD,
HERDS
axti
KENTUCKY BLUB GRABS SEEDS.
PALMER A TURPIN,
oov21f No. 3n Main street.
STEAMBOATS, Sec.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSUir
COMI’ANY'S TROUGH UNE
TO CALIFORNIA,
Touching at
MEXICAN PORTS,
AND CARRYING TDK UNITED STATES MAIL.
LEAVE PIER NO. 4:1. NORTH RIVER, foot of CaoaI
street, at 12 o’clock, noon, on the 1st, 11th and 21st of ]
every month (except when those dates fall on Sunday, ,
and then on the preceding Saturday), for ASl’INW ALL, i
connecting, via Panama Railway, with one of the i
Company's Steamships from Panama for SAN FRAN
CISCO, Touching at ACAPULCO.
FEBRUARY.
1st—IIknay Cmcsenv, Captain Gray, connecting j
with the Colorado, Capt. Watkins.
10th—Atlantic, Captain Manry, connecting with
the 8a. -ramxxfo, Captain Carerly.
21st_Xbw Yobk, Captain Horner, connecting with
Constitution, Captain Farnsworth.
Departures of 1st and 21st connect at Panama with |
steamer* for South Pacific Ports. Those of 1st touch |
at Manzanillo.
THROUlin PASSAGE RATES IN CURRENCY t
First Cabin.|
Second Cabin.... 2o0 a)
Steerage. I1*) '
A diseonnt of one quarter from steamers’ rates al
lowed to second cabin and steerage |ins*cngor» with
families. Also, tut allowance of one quarthr on
through rates to clergymen and their families, and
• cliool teachers ; soldiers having honorable discharges,
HALF FARE.
due Hundred Pounds Baggage allowed each adult.
Baggage-masters accompany baggage through, and at
tend to Ia<lles and children without male protector.
Baggage received on the* duck the day before sailing,
from steamboats, railroads, and passengers who prefer
to send down early.
An experienced surgoon on board. Medicine and at
tendance free.
A Steamer will be placed on the line January 1st,
IRCo, to run fiom New Orleans to A imvall, via Ha
vana.
For Passage Tickets or flivther Information, apply at
the Company's Ticket office, on the wharf, foot of Canal
street, Nurth River, New York.
,|, t-2 3m F. W. O. BELLOWS, Agent.
J^Mi NK1V YOKK_
ATLANTIC COAST
MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The sdIoidHJ new side-wlo el steamship*
HATTKKAS,
l.KWta I'AhkiHU, Commander ;
ALBEMARLE,
II. A. Bourne. Commander:
Leave Kichmoml every TUESDAY* and SATURDAY
Paavo New York WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
The steamship IIATTKItAS, Captain Lewi* Currish,
will leave hole, from the wharf at Rocketts, on
TUESDAY, bill instant, at S o’clo k, A. M.
These sUlpa are entirely new, and were built ex
pressly for the route.
They have splendid saloons nod staterooms, and the
fare, accommodations and attention are unsurpassed.
Passage, meals and stale-room* Included, Al-V
Hoods shipped by this line tiro landed regularly si
New York, on the Company’s covered pier, within
forty-eight hours.
Shippers aro Invited to notice Hint Iho great damage
and loss by handling and exposure from frequent re
shipping, as on other Hues, is avoided by this route.
Freights for points beyond New York, will bo for
warded with despatch, and no charge made, except ac
tual expenses Incurred.
These ships discharge cargo In New York, at Pier No.
:tu, North River, and iho Company's steamers for Wil
mington, N. C., Charleston, Savannah, Mobile an.I New
Orleans, leave front the same pier. Honda for these
I.uintxcull lie (ruio-lorre-l « illimii expel.r exposure.
In- iinnro i. v. ry low liv these ships, ami lb..
in lime, in-uruiK i' and condition in which good* are de
livered, make- llih. lln*cheapest mute from Virginia.
lnMir.ii.re effected ..l lowest rates when ordered.
AGENTS:
Livingston, Fox A *'<•.. HI Brnn.lway. New York.
Samuel Ayres A Co., Uichun.it.1, 1 a.
Cal well \ D.imi, City I'uint and Petersburg.
S c. Ellli.it, Norfolk, Va.
For freight or passage, apply to
SAMUEI. A\ KriS A CO.. Agent*.
H4? Office on nr . f t'ary an I \ irgli.la aueets, oppo
site llie Tobacco Exchange.
no»J)--tf
| AMKS HI ViK H LIN K ^
_ .rrrrriccEo
NORFOLK AND RICHMOND STEAMERS.
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL. AND
THE ADAMS, IIARNDKN AND
NATIONAL EXPRESS.
The Steamer M. MARTIN, Captain LIVIX'UTOX,
Steamer CITY OF RICHMOND, Captain Ktk.ixahax,
Leave llaskins .V Uridgford's wharf
EVERY MORNING (Sundays excepted) AT HALF-PAST
SIX O'CLOCK,connecting at Norfolk with Ilia
ul.n 15 VV I.1XK KTBAXKUH, saw I.IXK STKAMKHH,
THOMAS KKLSO, GEORGE LEARY,
Captain Kcsski.i., Captain III. Akira AX,
ADELAIDE, DICTATOR
Captain Caxxox; Captain LAXPia;
FOR
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK.
For further Information, apply «t the office on the
wharf form rly occupied by the Old Line Steamer*.
Freight received from 3 to ti P. M.
It. 0. HASKINS,
Office at Rockett*.
l>. n. BRIDGFORD,
Office at RrUgfonl U Myer», on the D.sik,
Between Flfloenlh and Seventeenth *treets.
All FREIGHTS f'.r point* on the river MUST BE
PREPAID. HASKINS * BRIDGFORD,
_.f General Agent* James River Line.
/ \FF10K OF
\Y K |, I, S , FA H <! 0 & CO.,
NEW YORK AND CALIFORNIA
KXFKKSS AND iLXCllANGK COMPANY,
>«. h.| Broadway, »w Y’ork.
SHII'PKRS OF FREIGHT
TO T1IK
PACIFIC COAST
Will please take notice, that having been appointed
FREIGHT AGENTS OF TIIE PACIFIC MAIL STEAM
SHIP COMPANY,
We am prepared to receive Freight for
CALIFORNIA, OREGON, NEVADA,
WASHINGTON TERRITORY,
SANDWICH ISLANDS,
CENTRAL AMERICA,
Axr>
WESTERN COAST OF SOUTH AMF.RICA.
For rat.-* apply at nur office, No. SY Broadway, or
freight office on dock Lug of Canal street.
Steamers will »ail 1st, lllh and -T»t of each month ;
those dales failing oil SUNDAY, on preceding SATUK
* JOi SLOW FREIGHT HECEIVED ON DAY OF SA1L
1 ^FREIGHT MUST RE DELIVERED ON DOCK FOOT
OF CANAL STREET.
Bill. „f lading will be l-sn.-.l at .an. m nr.nuiway.
Our nsu.ll Package Express will »••*»«"* J*/,
Hteaioer AND Wll.l. CLOSE AT 10 A. M. ON RAILING
'lair Letter Bags will close at li..’s» A M. ior coiiTc
,lienee of our up-town custom- rs a letter bag will be
kept at tin* Melropolit.ui Hotel and nn Hie dock foot of
('niial Ntiwl. . A
oar HIAXKBD ENVELOPES will I.- on >al« at the
otlice of the Hotel and at our ollices, No. S4 Broadway
’‘,^,M.n,G.rsr:;Kn,Jihrougl, us MUST BE IN GOVERN
III-:NT ENVELOPES.
Sight Exchange on San Francisco for sale.
Telegraphic transfers of money made to all polnki
reached by the wires on West C.i.sl.
California Cournots tiouplU al best tales.
r.ovS- tlm WELLS, FARGO A CO.
SOLE LEATHER, &c.
OH. CIIAI.KI.KV CO,,
# No. 4*i Minn Mr***!, under Si. ChAifett Hotel,
M.uiufcictiirerrf and D«*»l**rii in
lUk and ll»*inlo« k S»»1.E I.KATIIKK,
Fm>. rCALK-SKLNS, KIPS,
Harm***, Hridl* :iud Fair LBATIIEK>,
«*f all kind-.
To.1 Liver and Neat’s P«M»t OILS,
d el *• Dry and Orw n HIM s
\xrK HAVE ON HAM) a fine a—niu.-m
fV of French, German and Am-rlcan '•'**,? ‘
o-ak anti lleml.a k S«H.E I.E\TIIEK ; J Pl -r.
and Bridle LEATHERS, Tanner.' ‘‘IL.Tanners 1 LS.
Ac., whirl, * u are selling at ';»j * ro
Xu. 4*> Main *lr***»t,
dec2->t Under St. Charl-s llot. l.
SADDLES, HARNESS, &c.
r, adDLEKV, HARDWARE
S A»»
SADDLERS’ T () 01.8,
a rcr.i A«»nRTxraT.
Fin-Riding Saddles, Bridl-s,Bit a, 4c. Buggy and
Riding Whips, Collars and Haines, Saddle IrA-s,
Buckles. Plated Buggy and Coach Mounting., to which
I invite city and country trade.
CLAIBORNE WATKINS,
Formerly w ith Smith, Rhode.. A Co.,
Now at U. L. Williams,
au21 —If 67 Main street.
QAST-STEEL 1’OI.E AXES!
W.- are In r.-ceipt of a large assortment of Collins A
r«> Manns A St- warts Axes, whirh We offer for sal"! at
lh- lowest market iates. W. 8. IIONNAN A Ctl ,
Bawtnot street.
Raisins, CITRON, CURRANTS
REEVE A MAT".
- Franklin street.
d-clSf between Eighth and NinlR^
MRS. ALLKN’S HAIR HE8TOR8K.
Webster's llsir Inrtgnratnr. „raKIIi,is
BII'NT A MoSELBV, Oroggi'"",
JanJft^_K.I Ma'-i^^Li4^
'piIE NEW EXTRACT, MYpTUS Ll/n,s>
For the Handkerchief & yosF.LET, PrugglsU.
f BLU‘ ini Mainftl., near 14th.
Jm&t ---
ftKNUffiffRV‘^?NUPiSTEA.
VJX SUPBKIOH .nn KKBVK a MAYO,
Jsnlf.f Franklin st., between Rthand 9th sU.
STEAMBOATS, &c.
[FREIGHT EOR NEW
C AND BOSTON.
Nl.AND ROUTE, VIA CHESAPEAKE BAT AND Cl
NAL, THROUGH TO NEW TORK.
Til F. OLD POWHATAN STEAMBOAT COMPANY !
The new and first class steamer* STATE OF MART
-AM'. PETERSBURG and STATE OF VIROINIA, src
•"W receiving an.I forwarding merchandise ot all de
*rt|iil..i,» from Richmond to Philadelphia, New Vi rk
ind Bouton, t„ connection with the Canal Line of
lallr steamers from Baltimore.
These .learner, lea re Richmond every Monday, Weil ■
lesdav and Saturday, for Baltimore.
Goods whipped on those days will be landed In New
fork on the third day thereafter.
Shippers wMI tak. mute# that goods shipped by tb!s
lire do ink go to *ra, bot „rrt car ril'd entirely through
.slash, thus saving or superseding the necessity of In
iiiranee against ska ui.g..
The large sue of the .learners belonging to this line
inahle us to carry goods at less than by any other
route.
Freight for polnta beyond New York will be forward
nl with dispatch.
Thi. line is the only one that connects with a daily
line from Baltimore for Philadelphia and New York,
tin! that can give through receipt..
No drayage or commission charged. The two line*
occupy the same wharf in Baltimore.
For freight or passage, applv to
DAVID A WSI. Ct'RKlB,
office at Charles T. Wortham h Co.’s,
oct-d — la Fifleenth street
O K N E w YORK.
THE OLD LINE.
ESTABLISHED IN 1H6I.
NEW YORK AND VIRGINIA STEAMSHIP
COMPANY.
The magulflcent aide-wheel steamships NIAGARA
and SAKATiMtA, in command of Captain* Con s and
Ki.no, experienced scalin'n. The Puraers, Messrs. Wit.
l.t am o. and J. M Smith, uro well known to the commu
nity.
In point of strength, speed and finish, these ships arc
tun qitaleil.
Kl. LIGHT capacity large and rates mode rite
No changing of Freight a. Ly other line*, which is to
very injurious to cargo.
Insurance, if dualled, can lie effected at the very low
est rate*.
order your giusla to come by Hits safe and speedy
Line.
Passenger accoinniislallonH are snperh. Tickets aud <|
Berths secured on hoard, or *t my oliire, Rockett*
They leave Richmond, from Ludlatn a Watson'
wharf, every TUESDAY and SATURDAY, on the to<
lid". The hour a-e. rtaiued hy reference lo dally pnpe
of the day previous to dav of departure,
derltl-tf GARRET V. WATSi'N, RockaM
pOR PHILADELPHIA.
I’lill-ADEI'HIA AND RICHMOND STEAM PACKET
company.
SBMI-WKKKI. Y LINE.'
Permanent arrangements having been perfected, lha
above line will run regularly between Philadelphia
and Richmond twice a week.
Due nolle* will be given of the arrival and depir- j
VIRGINIA, <'up tain Nnjrder.
Bi AY FLOWER, Captain .1 Robin«on.
CLAVMoNT, Captain E. Uobintrtn.
Tin* freight ami iMm^n^er ratt>H !uv»tb« <*n re.lucojfn
a low (Sk'iirc, ami it ii the Intention of the company, I
hv l ho i till ti «*** m • nt - odi red, to inakt) it to the Interest
of the public to palroulM thU lino.
For freight or panrtage apply to
K. II. MBKELL, Agent,
Office of Virginia Towing (.'•-iiipany,
n«»p|*_tf T wt-iilv-tlrrt and Dock nt reel h.
I ) II ILADKl.l’ll I A AND KR'II-amm. „
I Jln.lft STEAM PACKET COMPANY ■ —4
Until further nolle*. the bi-il* of till -■—.-ii—i—.Jw.—
line will leave Philadelphia Wednesday,
and arrive In Richmond Saturday, of each wreck. Re
turning, leave ICirliiumid Tuesday end arrive in Phila
delphia Friday, of ea.ll week.
As aoon a* tlie weather will permit, the regular send
ireolcly line will be re-established.
For freight ..r pa-sage apply to
It. II hlhltEI.L. Agent,
oulre at Virginia Towing Company,
janlltf 1 weiity-tlrat and Dock street- j
I70R NKW VORK . - r.
Tho new an I fb»g.»nt -bln- wlu»<»l nlf*iu lT^'1
tiliip* IdlCJL-'lT!1 *J
aN I A G AKA.
Captain Com,
Will loiro Ltidlam A Wtimin'* wharf, at Rurkett*, at
A . M. TIJKS l> A V, for N. w York.
PiHfionger* are r«'«|ucbted In L« punctual to the hour j
In getting' »»n hoard.
Ticket* and bertha secured either at my office or «•»
board
Freight taken at reduced r*tex, and received ail
day Monday. i
Freight capacity very large ami pa.-io.nger accoiuui - j
dalioim un«M|ualed.
The nteaiMera of (hU line comu directly to tho wharf
at Rockett*.
febS-St_GARRET F WATS<W
I*()R RALTI.M(IKK,^AVANNAI!c.ww| j
1 and BOUTON. ,_rar*QuIj
POWHATAN STEAMBOAT COMPANY.
The steamer STATE OF MARYLAND. CapUln TI. -.
Traverse, will receive freight to-day and np to 1 oV-ck
on Tuosdsy evening, and sail on \VkDNKSDAY morn
ing, at 8 o'clock.
I his steamer haa splendid acc .iutnodsl ion- f r ps
sengers.
Passage.
For freight or passage, apply to
DAVID .V WM. CURRIE, Agen’-.
OHce at Charles T. Wortham & Co
hM -t Fifteenth etr.:e;,
ENIIi I.lYEKl’OO],. 1
The A. No 1 barque QUEEN VICTORIA is now
loading at City Point for the above port, and will have
quick despatch. For freight, apply to
K II. P1U.REEL.
Corner Mb and Canal street -
Liberal advances on consignment* to iny friends in
London, Liverpool or Dublin, febA StasrSw
IX)R LIVERPOOL.
' _
The A No. I barque QUEEN VICTORIA, now
at City Point, Is ready to receive freight for Liverpool
Liberal advance* made on consignments to my friend*
in London, l.lverp<*d or Dublin.
For freight, apply to U. n. DIBRELI
NiM-tf 1
/Sanal open to LEXeiaL-agnaik
Vj INOTuN AND BUCHANAN. f
Fare through to Lynchburg, without meals,
Faro through to Lexington, without meals, fb, with
no-als, *n.
Fare through to Buchanan, without meals, ♦*. with
meals, V
Our Packet Boats have Richmond Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday, at S P. M Keturniug, leave l.-x
ington at t A. M.| Buchanan at ■> A. M , Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday : and, to enable us to Conner- w:-’.
Hie Western railroad car.-, we will lejvu Lynchburg,
same days, at 7j P. M.
This w ill make our boats 11 hours inter at thed-Bcr- nt
stopping place* on the line between L) nebh-irg si 1
kiebanond. !»• EDMOND
febd-lf _
COAL MERCHANTS.
T'ntuuacitk coal.
Con*Uotly on hand, Ri'H and Wblt* A-h Anthr*r!t**
Coal, aratM* and *tuve r*ix»?, for family ont-UL'cb
Lump for fonndrl**, and Smith-'foal, h**-1 quality —
Orient a*nt to Um will receive prompt attention. An
thracite Coal aold by w»-i^lit. _
8AIIDKL P IIAWBH A SOX,
ISth »nd Dock hired., north -Id* of the Dock,
■ep4 ly opposite our old «tand.
HATS, CAPS, &c.
JOHN DOOLEY, j18
Uniikii tiik SpoT.woor. Horn., Jg"
RICHMOND. VA.,” "
i. vile, the attention of hi* eu.'omer. and (he
, Jhitehi- d.*rk of HATS. CAPS and LADIES
o ||,. |,a., in ron.eijnence ..f the great acarr.iy • ■
... reduced hi. price, con.lderahly on Hat. an l
” ... a'nJ j. helling the Ladle*' Fur. at co»t, t» ct—e ont
I ' .r.^-V which i- very laige. and contain*some Lea
tlful CAPES. HALF t Al'Fsan.l MI’FFW.
lie t. now getting the beautifol DEK1AV HAT, f r Li
li... which are of line .inality and at Terv un.ler.v
pri.-'., __
VT NO. I BALLARD HOUSE can .gj
found a fashionable a-*"rtuient of
HATS,
CAPS,
U Mil HELLAS',
AND
GENTLEMENS
FUr.SISlIING
GOODS, ,
To which I iuvile the attention nf niy former patron*
and the nubile generally.
jat.jn-1 m JOHN THOMPSON.
DAGUERREAN GALLERIES.
HOME AGAIN.—For seven months past f
have had no business, having h-t “T f
nearly uiv all hv the great Hie !
• i ' i _ •. anfi■•iio*'** to wr fri»*ij*|p di t.
hare the pleueure now » H ,,aLLKUV. local.d
the public that I ' . .treete, with alien
on tC* corner rj M»Hmud ““.'...ke . b-dmtorei end
trance on Main <tlir‘sch ■ » .d w„b
al.o mi Ninth *tr. * - ,* .,tl|,Mrain* and etoek. and bare
and the nee* Impro • • ^ j,(crwM Niuuio, “to the
eecured the Mir* »• - ),.■* over fifteen year.- expe
tnanor horn, “
^A^n the p«‘. •‘.lulh* future. I proiul.4 my patterns
good and '»li rul wk ItINNIS. Photographist.
net-7.-)y Corner Main and Ninth atm In
SAUCES, PICKU8, &c.
JUST RECEIVED, on consignment—
in half barrel* .nperior PICK1M
to half barrel, superior 8AUR KRAFT
So barrel. VINEGAR
For .ale at lowest market rate*, by
WK1S1GKK. MON'CDRE k CO.,
j.u17f TS Main »tre<t, up stair*
Sauces, jellies, pickles, a. .
12 dot. Worectemhire Sauce
3 d.-i. Royal llaborne Sauce
6 doi. C. k H.'« Soho Sauce
5 dot. Currant Jelly
• f> doi. Cuprea Captivities
2 doi. Olive* Verdale*
6 doi. assorted Pickle* __ .
Preserved Ginger. P*n« ApplS «£«♦••■ *« !
•oiling low. PANDRIl'OS A ANDEKrON.
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