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VOLUME 75~ RICHMOND, VA„ SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 10, 1866. _NUMBER 36.
RICHMOND WHIG.
DAILY AND SEMI-WEEKLY.
whiu nriT.niNii, piirnkr uhthrxiir axd kraxk
lin sTiurrs.
TERMS:
DAILY-One Year.*1» «»
•• Six M-nlh.. A uu
•< * Hie M i.I Ci. I iw
EEMI-WEEKLY—< >ne Year. 4 «»*
•• " Six Month*. St"
ADVERTISEMENTS—XxTIxrr-rirx Cxxm |>*r S.|a:iro
f>f R>K'hr4jiie«, f«>r each of the Bret l»« in<ertt*>n», with
a lite ral d.-count when continued longer.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
K. PARK A k,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will attend the Court* of Aiuvlb, PrfaK«* Edw ml, Not
toway, Cumberland and Puwh.tUu. Particular at ten -
tion I'iniii to th« rollft tivn of CbtUM.
AddroMM—Juttrutillv, Amelia. novtl €iu
C. «#. dlllVOU, | b « uil«WwU».
/a K IS WOLD & GRISWOLD,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW.
Mil MMoND, WtmttM %,
HiTtf KUiDTal their « dc« to Mar-hall atreut, between
Eighth and Ninth street* Practice in all the Court* of
Uie CUy of Ktchin-*r».l and counties of Henrico and Han
o*er, iitd the Circuit Court* of and hum and
Quetfli. carlo- our
jg »{ VKkSDAl.K, Js.,
ATTlinn AT LAW,
u u.ir tx rortT Mama, »».
mi’l:rs -Halifax and Pill-yl.ama, aud the Circuit
Coart-uf Campln.ll and Dancilio. eep'JS iy
4 1 W. RICHARDSON,
U.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Hu resumed hi* professional pursuit*, lie will pr«r
tree in the Court of Conciliation, and wh* u Ihc olio r
t!oii(ts aro iu ail llu.se of ihc city ol
Ki* l*no‘nd, wh. iber State or K b ial, and Til tho*. of
tb -c-runticH of lieniico and Hanover. Witl l.tkc 14*1-3
In any District t ourt of Appeal*. where lire induce*
locals otf. r. d it«* iilieu-til . attend to the iuv% -ligation
o( Title* and Collection ol Claim* of . very description,
and give * pec la I attention tora«< > iutheSup«« m> Court
of appeal- of Virginia. When n*»i *t t’ourt he h*»y bu
found at Spring Farm, on th«* M>-adow' i»n«l •»* Koa.l,
one-half mite from iho city AdJrcs*, Richmond, Va ,
Box S4<». *ulJ~ly
/ d KO. U. WOOTTON,
attoknly at law, and notary public
For Richmond and H- urivo county,
GOT.LSGTOK OF CLAIMS,
'Uf.*r* hi* professional service* to the people goa% rally :
at home and abroad
• i**i. k—Main street, betwa. n Seventh an.1 Eighth,
next door to Dr llarri»on’s Drug Store. jy£*—ly
\\T V. OAKKINIvTON,
Vf • ATT«»KNE»Y AT l.AW,
Huw.ui>m ili r, ALBtRuuCvmv, Va
Attend* (he « our;.* in the counties of DuckiiuluM.
78^1 win. a lot Albemarle. and l*.iv* mmi-UI attention to
eoll.clin.- and -ecur ta# claim* in lb counlie*. turd
thec.unlv of finvaun*and city "f Ljruehlmi;
Refer In Rendiirant, Elliott A shield*, proprietors of
the Whig. novl£l—ly
riW). C. L’ABKLI.,
attorney at LAW,
Will practice In all ihe Court* of Pitl-yl» ania. Halifax
aud Henry rouutie*, and the Circuit aud Hu*ting*
Court uf Danville.
(I. Dana ill. . Vv ly
IILNKY III)l»ALL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NorARY POBLIC.
Special attention kivei< to Conveyanciiii’ and Exami
nation »f Title*
oalre oa tioeertior xtreet, over late Examiner ollco.
(jydd-lyl
II KNKY (». CANNON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Pmctlc^** In *11 thAroiirt** of fh«* city of KlcbiuonJ nn l
county of II* nimto.
•fi* uAcij m tho Liv BalltlinK. aul -ly
J.XMKS K. PAN N ILL,
* ATTOR.NET AT LAW,
PITMTI T tNU CfCXTT, TA.
Will Albdtlio aujr buiitoss in Ibo liu.* of hh prof.**
■ton, in l*itl»ylva»ia »n«l .t.ljiufiit count!.* I'sruiubr
illi'Uiiuii |(iYi u to tbo ColL-tUou of I'laiius uivl
ri'initkiuci** ullIb.
l».»nt otikv—Vhalk L«v«l, FithybiiU county, V*.
«• ; Mil
ItHlN A. CUIUS,
ATTORNEY AT aw AND NoTART public.
ati ltwe*u, T*..
Will practice in all the Court* of Richmond city and
the coitntiea of Henrico and Hanover.
it,It. k in Uf Builduu. Pranklin street, »epsl -ly
V A\V NOTICK.
J JAMES PLEASANTS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND COMMISSIONER IN
CHANCERY.
K<.r the Circuit and Hustlin'* C.airt* of the City of
Richmond and County Coart **l Henrico.
%'S'intir.. ill the Law liuildtnk', Richmond. V *
Practice* in all the Court* at Richmond, amt Collect*
Claim, in the adjoining counties. »ci:» -ly
rokkrt oVt.D. «*.t.»r a PAnatnotoa.
/ \ULD A CARKINUTON,
attorneys at law.
Will practice In all the Court* of the city of Richmond.
OiEce on tlorernor *treet. near Broad -tr. et (aul ly
IJKUKKSSION AL NOTICK.
WtiOlt BOCLDIN and W<«>D ButM.DIN, Ju . will at
tend a* partner* all the Court* of Charlotte and M- ck
llnliur* i-oaatie* ....
WOOD BoULHIN will attend alao the Court* of 11,11
fax county and the Supreme Court of Appeal* at Rich
mond
Wood Bopi.di*. J«., | Wo«>» BoPtoix,
lloydton, Va. I Talcotl I’. <*.,
pjl*._|f | Charlotte eo.
| >KAf’ll Y K. liRATTAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
tnB.-e on *«.*! *kle of Tweflb. St the end of Capitol
•tre<»!, ueir th« OoT#ruor * !!•■««#.
ALES A. IJIUDAT. AAJ41KI. T. IlHV. ' HUr.UK UlllTK.
HOLLADAY. BAYLY .ft WHITE, AT
TORNEYS AT LAW, Richmond. V*., practice in
nil the Court.' of the city of KicUia-uJ, and ib>- c. uu
tl.-* of Uearlco, Hanorer, Caroline. GoochlauJ anJ
Louis, SAMI’KL T BAYLY.
Notary Public.
CHASTAIN WfllTK hA.au uRceat A-hland. Hsuorer
eoTintv. Va . __
ntc. in Law Bnilding. RhtrwrJ ocl-7 -1 f
PoWUATAM noBEKTS, *' * *> BISSo*
of lh** late linn ol MwfarlnnJ A Roberta
ROBERTS ft ROBINSON,
ATTORNEYS at law,
i die* No. 74 Main street,
RICHMOND. VIRGINIA .
Will atlen*l to Ir.’tl hn-ln *.. entrust* J to lh. to In
Virginia and Washington, D C. au»4 ly
risUOMAS COOl’K,
attorney at law.
BOYDToN, MECKLENBURG Ct.rSTY, VA.
COURTS—Meckleabnrg, tnnenbui. and {..un-wick.
(eS-V—iyj
\\TM. \V. HENRY,
• ’ ATTORNEY at Law,
<•H4ALv.ni COfaT Hor.t. T4 ,
Attend* lh* Conrt* of I harlolle. Prince Edward ai.J
Halifax. aulo-ly
OKNJAMIN »V. EINNKY,
A TTOKNK V A T LA W,
RICHMOND. Va.
Co rare—Richmond. Amelia, Pv.ah.iiau And Ch.-let
uidro on Franklin, between Serenlh and FicLlI
•tr.-vl*. Addre-vv lion 27tl. HOfll-*H
r. a. aoMvltxnk. t. » l. vK-nanu**.
1JOBLITZKL ft LOOCKKR.MAN,
attorneys at law,
RICHMOND. Va.,
• Wilt giro speetal attention to all Vind. of legal ba»l
■*»». Practice in Ik. Court, ut Heanco aud city u
Richmond. . ...»
mj ■•«.. Main street, tblrJ Joor »l—»n Sp.-lvwoovl
Motet »ep« -ly
j M. DAVIDSON,
ATTORNEY A T L A W,
No 2 Cahoauklit 8t..NEW ORLEANS
acres, to
Waller 0. Robincon, President of Ihe Mechanic* an.
Trials' iMik, Ntw nrl«>ins ; Th«i A. ■ ri>'*
dent Crescent Mutual liuturunce Company, Ne«r <Wh a**»
Alfred Penn. Pre.ldenl Union Bank. New Orleans
t barlea Briggs, Pre.tt.-m LoiiuUna Mutual l»auranc<
Couipanr, New Orleuu. , bnu. Juo. A. J. Crouawell
Washington, It. 0. ; Ed. I>. Chrisliau, Alloruey at Law
l vhburg, uorit-ly
ISAAC R. WATKINS,
^ ATTORNEY AT LAW,
CBABlOTTA Coput Hopun,
Virginia.
Cocar*.—Charlotte, Prince Edward and Lunenburg
d*cl»-tiia ___ _
DR. JOHN MAHON Y,
SURGEON DENTIST,
(For many yean aasoctated with Dr. John G Wayt
would respectfully Inform hi* old patron*, and a
other* who may need hi* serrice*. that in cons*
* qaence of the jeslrnctloa of hi* olEc* by the gres
Bro, he ha* opened an odlce at hi* residence ou Fourt
street, between Broad and Marshall, where he can h
found nt nil houn. ArtiRcial Teeth Inserted on gob
stiver and rnlcanile. The highest price paid for ol
OoU Plate. uiydt)—dly
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
T£ENKY A. WISE, Sb.,
Will liv In the Coart* of Ri.*b»o«4 and llcn
ric*>. goim*rully. and in criminal cn»» *ho Court* of
other elite* and count!** cunWalool, wh* n »|**ci*lljr
cujpi»»?<•«! II** ran alwav* h.* f«»u»Kl at the ••»**• <*f
banner A Vfim*, In th.- Law Bnihlinjr*. Kurhiuon.l, or at
th.* him** of Mr*, Pulluui, in M»t*chuU-r.
)»aV.1n
I HAVE RESUMED TUK PRACTICE op
I MY HR'*FK>S|«IX. and will attend to any bmiucu
1 confided to my rare, in any -if the Courts of K. cord.
| criminal nr civil, hidden in this city. i*Blce on Tlilr
I tee nth street, neat to llfiib < ■ nelahie.
| jan-rt Ini J tSKPH MAYO.
P'KKi>EKJCK N. FLEMING,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Gonc-ataxti Cvcit llorti,
V1KGIN1A. novJS-ly
j ^R. ALFRED 111 GilES,
TUATIM III scases IX Ao'ctlilXct WITH
TIIE Hi»M<KPATHl< SYSTEM OK MBlHClXE.
Has returned to the city an 1 will resume his praciice as
heretofore. Olttco and resilience on the south side of
Grace street, second door above corner of Fourth street.
fin ten llorus— Moriiint; from 'to Id, Noon from i to
4 ; muiu| fioui 7 to s*. feW '«*
l^R. W. W. PARKER
BAS UKSVBXP TBU
PRACTICE OK MKDirtXK AND SPRGBKY.
Ornri: Corner of Broad sod Eleventh streets, op
onsite i iiv Hall. octlfi- ty
DR. R. T. COLEMAN,
4>r>o K. UXIAKX Ki'W, Kuaxkli* SrutT,
Third Door above Second street,
jaiil'd I'm _ _
nENTAL CARD.
Ur. U. X. UUUSt'X
lias resumed the pricin', of DEXTISTKY, amt maybe
found at hi, <»dtce, ou Main street, opposite the ArltniJ
lon House dee'.-i i ui
E N T A L N O T I C E .
Jull.N G. WAYT, Dentlat, havinsf recovered his
health, has resumed the practice of l) EXT I ST BY in (
Kiel.I. and le-peclfully oll.'P hi- M'l Vices to his
old friend- and patients, and all others who may need
them.
(iBiee and residence south side id Grace, between
Seventh and Eighth streets, where he may be found at
all hour,___ __noViS -ly* ]
I \K. CHARLES S. MILLS
1 / Has resumed the pra&'tice of his profession in the
citv of Richmond, otflee, Tue!tth, between Broad aud
Marshal I «tmh. ...14 - ly (
f|MlE l NDKKS1GNKD IS PREPARED TO
I furnish UEMUNS. SfKi IFKWTloNS, DETAIL
DRIWIXCS Foi: BlFILbIN<i of «m'rv description, m»J
in .my 4yI« of *rchit«n.‘ttire that in ay K.» *!«♦*! p»hI. orders I
front any part of Iho Unilutl Stale* will receive l»ruiu|*t (
KttoBtiaU, u ill* BluilvUttf chil,;* ■ *
WALTER S. WEST,
Practical Architect.
(Turner of Fourth sad Broad utroota, KkUttooJ. .
au31—tlui _
MKTAI.S AN l> M I N KU A I.S.— IVrsons wish.
, ing inform ui<m r»**|»* ctiu . tli«* MINKUAL WE ALTII I
«»► THE ST \TK, ran ohtstin full particular* by calling ,
upon l»r E II. (ikANT. at Richmond. novS--tf
EXPRESS COMPANIES.
S^Ol T1IKKN UXIMtKXS COMPANY.
OFFICE:
litis, Rrtwtkkn Kiohtm .asm Ninth Smi'iir-i,
UNDER Sl'iVTSWooD ID<TKL.
Wn lure perfected our arrangviuenl* mid are now
forwarding |
Cl’KRkXi V,
COIN, ,
VALUABLES.
AND .
FREIGHTS, ,
At Okf.iti t lUPl't id Ratks, to ai.i. Points in tBk
s..i tmkks Status.
All gn.sls shipped l.V 111.' Auahs ami IIaknurn Ex
miss (V.nr ini is, fi..la llio Nort h, aro luiiifcn.J L. us
to complete tram pollution S»nih.
Quods shipped from ilia North l.v steam-hip and
marked to our rare, will !>e promptly I’m warded lode.-.- ■
tiuatiou t u«K or t'H lKor f»k <\ HHi' .ions ani. DkvY
ana.
Goods called for without charge.
For partirnlar*, apply at our oBre,
drcUKtm SOUTHERN-EXPRESS COMPANY.
rjMIE NATIONAL EX I'KI.isC* AND TKANS- .
PORTATDtN COMPANY.
OFFICE:
MltS STRUTT, BBTvrXKN TbIRTHKSTB AXD FOFaTKKNTH
StBIKTS.
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
Are now prepared to forward Currency, Coin, \alUR*
tiles. sh.I Fr.-i- III, to points
NORTH, *
SOUTH, *
EAST and
WEST.
The Tatilf of Charges i< hase.l upon fair l.iudne**
priur.pl. , without e. mg opprausiie to the |.til»I».*.
i;...sl' lupi- I Iron, the North l-y -leiim-liip*. and
,uai bed lo III.' rare ot llie National h a press and Tran—
uot L lion touipwnt, will be pr.iii.plly lor warded to it.
I.oalioit FREE OF l it VKGK, fur • oiuuiissien . r Dray
**G«.ids called for witiaoft cBABok and promptly for
Warded.
All desired information in reguid t" the extent of tin.
lines operated hy tin. t'nlupauy. famished al any »l Us
ar.'ii. in oil applicaoou.
J. K Joll.NSToN, President.
J. I>. lMBoDKS.
General Superintendent. d«cl3--lt
LUMBER. CEMENT. &c.
j UitltKK AND CKMKNT.
WILSON, GLAZKBROOK. & CO.,
LUMBER DEALERS,
I CoknkiTk.xTB axi> Canai. Stbkbtr—South Rii.r Basin,
Have on hand and offer f**r -ale a full assortment of
SEASONED aud UNSEASONED YELLOW and WHITE
PINK—
Au.tANi feet 1J, 1* and 2-Inch Yellow Pine
No.onO feet Scantling and Joist, assorted sires
| Ni,SOS feet Garden Kails
&i.UHUfv«t Nova Scotia Pine, various silos
an,, ss. feet I-inch White Pine Boards
LATHS, SHINGLES AND OAK POSTS.
.. i r.,v,.i.K 1:11.L TIMBER ill HIT
I quantities. at the shortest u>4ice and at low price..
We are tli. agents ..f Lecher’s celebrated James river
| CEMENT. weighing :!i»i pounds lo the barrel, and have
now t.u band a full.-upply, which wc otter for .ale, anj
! guarantee eaihh.irr, I sound. jatiS 11
j I MHEI;: LUMBER I LUMBERl
We are at all times In receipt, on consignment, of
! choice lot* Ol country cut Cumber, of all kind'.
Builders will do Well to give Us a call.
UAUPEK. TALIAFERRO A Ml
I Foot ol titti Itr**t, «HI Iht* l*«al.
1LMHKR AND SLATE.
J . — .
Wo ir<< to have cut la oriK*r
VIRGINIA 11’Ml-KK,
Of all sues aud lengths, andvf the best quality. Also,
ROOFING SLVTE,
From the Buckingham quarries. The best iu Ihe mar
ket Builders and others wauling will give u» a call.
. * BEANE A SOMERVILLE,
jani' Stawlio Corner Carv and Ninth site. ts.
| 1ME, PLASTER, SALT, &c.
fmO casks Rockland Lini.'
M tons lump Pla-tfr
ii tons city ground Plaster
.Vi barrels Cement
oil barrel- rulciued Pia -ter
' 0. consignment, for sal* by _. .
LEE A PETTYJOHN,
JauUf On the l>.sk.
BOOTS, SHOES, Ac.
J^OOTS AND SHOES. wjfc»
We have r.-civ.-J, on v o-iknmei.t, the fol-v
lowing Bottrs ,nd SlltiES, which will bj sold
1 al invoice pric-- tlr-t cost
Men's Kip Hungarian Bools, prime,
Men's)!rain Cavalry Boots, long legs.
Ladies' Kid double-sole Balmorals,
Ijkdn's' float do..
Ladles' Mor.ceo Jo ,
1 Ladle-* Gum Overshoes,
Chi I Jr. us float and M- lallc tlpp< J B.sds,
Childrens Gotti mock-well Boots,
Infants Kid Boots.
ALSO,
! ,»„o Case Men's Call W I*, lap sole Boot*.
1 jai’-Tt GARDNER A CARLTON.
New arrival.
.BOUTS, SH< »KS and TRUNKS'
We have Just received a uew stock'd BooTs.SHOES
I and traveling TRUNKS, ot good qua llv. such as w. ran
r.co„,m.nd among them are Miles b. -I Km I-. We
ask all in vr.iut of Ihe nk- -t an.l best *'> give Us a i»l
i tes t Pl'TNKT A WATTS
------
U A IS INS, ALMOND^, CITRON, 4c.
boxen l*y»*r UaMu*
8uu (lauikh >h«*4l AIdmjiiJ«
)mi iHiUlltll HltfHl
3m Im»uihI* OirviBti
Im >x»i» Firm
Fire Crackers and Torpedoes
gelling low. DASDRIDGK A ANDERSON,
selling *' " me Broml street.
4ecU If ' "
1 >ARLOR LAM PS.—Anuiltvr introM-e ®T ™-rj
I I haudsoioe Kerosiue Ump*. )«*» revived, also,
the beat Keroein* Oil lor sale. J
. , luT Broad street,
decl^t _ . -...
Vxl>; grease i
—r
! j ( NKI KLOb p pgjjNIS.
,1 Janitotf y Cary, hetweejHStb and J<Ab»tn > U._
e I 1NSEEI) OIL.
, j Id Five banrela, VERY SDPRR,‘km’*is
d For ule by B. DhNNIlb,
l junto-iw Cary, between I5lh and lbih »t».
CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICES.
nlSSOLl TION.—The Co-Partnership ol
Ml.Volt A JONES was dissolved by limitation on
(bo 1st February. T. F. Minor retiring from tho Arm.
T. F. Mi Noil,
JOHN L. JONES.
C A It D .
Tin* co partnership of MINOR A JoNES haying ex
pired by limitation, llie undersigned will continue the
l*RODIU'K COMMISSION BUSINESS at the old store of
Mi our A Jones, No. b Fifteenth street.
II.. will give hi > personal atleulion to tho sain of^ill
Country Produce, live Stock, Ac , on commission, and
koio-s to receive a roiitkiuince of the favors solibetal
Iv , xi, n,|. 1 to Minor A J ... pledging himself to use
his heat • II -rts t..r Ihe interest of those Who may favor
liiiu witli Ikpir builiii*^.
Tin* - rviee* «•! Mr. J4»IIX O. EFFIXGKK ar.i r» tain
?d in his employment. JOHN L. JONES.
In retiring from the firm of Minor A Jones, 1 take
pleasure in recommending Mr. Ji’tlN 1.. JuNES to Ihe
former eunloiuera of the concern.
hit J' r'
nISSOl.UTION.—Tht* tiiin »r TINSLEY &
SHEPPEKSON was dissolved on the Brat day of
January, libb, by mutual consent. Tho name ol the
linn will lie continued only her, alter in the Heltleiut-ut
accounts b- b. T1NSLEI ,
janJd-tf B. F. SHEPPEKSON.
n C. TINSLEY-,
f CARPENTER AND BUII.DER,
Will continue the business at the old stand of TINS
LEV A SHEPPEKSON, corner of (id and (trace street*.
[Icing thankful for past favors, solicits a continuance of
he same fr,»m Lis friends and the public generally,
,(edging himself to give satisfaction in all work dnno.
janSt-lf _ b. C. TINShhV .
f lO-PARTNKRSIHP.—The undersigned, of
O the firm of KENT, PAINE A CO., have formed a
o-partnership lor the purpose of conducting a
.ENKKAL AUCTION AND COMMISSION BUSINESS,
.tnder the Btrn of
P A 1 N E & CO.,
And have taken the store No. lib’., Mailt street, next
nlow Mitchell A Tyler, and will be pleased to receive
onsigninents from ihelr friend* and the public.
W. II. PAINE,
j.m'lo-e.'dls R. A. PAINE.
PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.
I) F WEI Si HER A Co. have admitted into copart
nership W 1* MONCUUE and II. M. PAVNTEK, and
he business will he conducted from January 1, ISBb
luder the firm and stylo of
WE1SIGER, MONCURE & CO.
Tlianki'ui for the patronage of our friend* and the
.nidi, during the (gist four months, we would respect
till,- .1 k a continuance of the same totlie new concern.
o. F. WEISkiKU A CO.
WKISI4BK, MON CD HE A CO. cau he found at 7S Main
.trout until about 1st February, when they wilt occupy
he liew bouse being completed for them on Peurl jor
fill) street, between Main and Cary.
JanlSf _
f it » !’AkT.\ERSIIIP NOTICE.—1 have tills
day associated with iu** Mr. Joseph Pettyjohn, :uid
he buoinea* will in future bo conducted under tho stylo
.1 LEE & PKTTVJoU.N.
Thinkful f»»r tbu patronage extended to mo for tho
i t twenty year*, I solicit a continuance ol the name to
ho new concern. A. S. LEE..
janlf
r^O-PAUTNKRSHIP.—The un<lersitrm*d h:tve
0 tin* day entered into a co-partnership uud»r the
krui and *tyle of
MILL, SUEPIIKKD A CU,
for tho purpose of conducting*
GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS,
'or the halo of all Country Produce, Lumber, Wool,
!«• , and l»v strict attention to bu'iiie**, hope to merit
.iid receive a liberal share of bUHlue.** from thoir friend*
aid the public generally.
Mr (‘tl AKLES f. KLLK'PT, a roan of long experience
i- a builder in ihi* city, will give hi* personal attention
«• the sale of all cuUMgmnont* of Lumber.
Om office, f*>r the present, will be at tho corner of
eighth street and ilio Basin.
ASH LEV J. BELL,.
novlf ALBIM L. SHEPHERD.
^lO-PAKTN ERSU 11’.
Thu undxrslxni'.l have formed a co-partnership for
he purpose ofcuudttrlintt a COMMISSION I.IISI NESS iu
lu-city ..I Richmond. un.l.r I he style of KAUI.KNKK,
'AUKINuTt X & CO., and will give their per.uuul at
eutiou to 1 ho ..tie ol CK<.ItCt I..
J. 11. FAlU-KNElf,
ROBERT CARRINGTON,
Charlotte, Va.
RICHARD RUSSELL,
•epl-Ain Mockleubnrtr, Va
- HBI.S. (jOl.DKN SYRUP, tor salt* by
)U jauiif WM TAYLOR & SON.
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSES.
1 ANDRKTIPS
1^ WARRANTED
(i A R 1) K N SEEDS,
(CROP OF ls««),
ust received and lor salo. Wo keep constantly on
hand
farm grist mills, whekied hay rakes
CORN SIIKI.I.KRs. ULOUGIIS
ri,.U*..tt * 1ST.S..S, . ...i1.nT.1W
CORN I'UNTKRS. WHEAT FANS
CUTTING BOXES, UNION WASHING MACHINES
WATER DRAWERS, SPADES, SHOVELS
HAY FORKS, CLOTHES W KINDERS, AXES
Vud all kinds <•! AgrWtiltur.il InipU iiioiiU. We also
M PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES and SAW MILLS, and
BATES' HOISTING MACHINES
Sole aaei.l- for the ... Virginia lor the -ale of
RUSSELL'S COMLINKl> MOWER and REAPER
P.PCKKA E COMBINED MOWKKaud REAPER
-E.'l'N't COMBINED MOWER and REAPER
BUCKEYE WHEELED CORN PLOUGH
\i,0 monitor mower and reaper
BECKHAM X CD.,
f«V*.Iff Cary, between llllt and I2th alrecta.
vjk\V AGRICULTURAL WARKUOUSh1
SKKD AND WUANO STORK,
Fiktuknth Stkkkt,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
lasts W. A 1.1.180.*, I K.B. Ai.i.ikoji, Jr.,
Kiehuiotid, Va. | of Alexandria, A a.
A 1.1.ISON A ADDISON,
Keep alway* on hand
:oRN Sll ELLERS,
CUTTING BOXES,
CHURNS, WELL CURBS,
FAN MILLS,
CIDER MILLS, PLOWS, HARROWS,
iud a general assortment of Agricultural luiplutuinU
. ud Machine*,
SEEDS, GUANO, BONK DUST, Ho.
Order* promptly attended to. n..vL'.|
* GK1CULTURAL W A K E II O USE —
r\ ESTABLISHED IN 1M6 —The »uh*criben» *till
rontinue their bu*iiie*» *t the old »t.*nd *»» Franklin
>troet, between Wall afreet turd tho Ballard Houao, and
will be glad to »eo their old customer* and tho public
generally.
In addition to the bbnrkof PLOWS of oar own pattern*,
we make
Kick’* 1 n»n Beam Pb*w*, f».r one, two, three and b>ur
k.. _ . L* Ik Ik • I ll.i 1)> 1 III it i It III
,,,.1 Pi,’.. Plows; Plow Castings for nearly all the
1 And' keen for sale Garden Needs, Timothy, Herds and
.'rebar,Is Grass Seed* ; Baltimore Company Pondrette ;
Baltimore Company super Hhosphat^of llm.1. . Ac.,
fcau29..r
NURSERIES, &c.
HKUM1TAGE NURSERIES,
RICHMOND, Virginia
The subscribers (formerly of llie Winchesterliar.1. to,
Virginia), having opened a large and extensiveNurseiy
near UkIuu«*imI, offer to tho fitnuors «»l \ jrfflitiA anil
adjacent State* u is»orti06Dtof Kruit and O10.4
uumtal TRKKSand UKAPK VINES, together with all
article* usually t’ouud l»i a jJl-conducted Nur>erv.
Au ex|'«*ri*?uc** of a uuuibvr of years in tbu buniuo*-.*,
iu Virginia, pnabltn tlicui lo offer *uch vnriollea of
Kruit iii thry know lo bo »J.i|»ti J to this »t it and cli
uiale. . _
Appreciating tho pro soul scarcity of aic»n*y, they oflVr
Kruit Trron and Gmp«* Vinos on crodils ol Ir**i4i three
lo uin* in. nlli* (according: to tho number |»urchapedi,
thus allow iug lariucra lilue to gather a crop before pay
ing for the trees* and yet enabling them to plant at
.»i»c- Catalogue* bi nt on application.
Addresa ALLAN & j
Box AS* Richmond,
Or coniwunTciilions left at tho Whig eice will roach
them . . , ...
Office, No. Four, Fifleontu street, between Mam
ind Cary. . . _ .. ,
Refer to Me*»n Hawaii, Crsiuhnw A Co., Orobbs a
Williams, Bill..11 A Shields, Dr K T Coleman. Rich
0,01,>1; Mr. II. W. Shelf, v, Augusta; Dr. John K.
Woods, Albemarle; Mr. Philip Williams, Broderick,
ianti slXcif _ ___
/ t ARDEN SEEDS!
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS!
We have r.„ iv. d „ur Sprin : supply of Seeds from
J. .V. 1b.‘burn A Co., whose Seed* -tan,I uurl vallwl I r
genuineness and g„.sl quality.
T bey consist in part ot
Asparagus Seed
Cabbage Seed,
Ciuiid.iWer Seed,
Cucumber Seed,
Be et Seed,
Parsnip Seed,
tUrr.4 See d,
Par lev Seal,
Cy mb I in Seed,
Kalisll Seed,
Tomato Seed,
Kale Seel,
Union Seed,
Lettuce Se, d.
Pepper Seed.
Snap Beans,
Uma Beans,
English Peas,
Potato < Noons, *
Early Corn, Ac , Ac.
All of which are warranted Eresli and Genuine, rol
sale by A. lluDIKEK A BKG , Druggists,
jaigilf N,,. lo M ,,u iiis,i, near the tild Market
RES 11 GARDEN SEEDS in t u n vaiieiy
1 just received, front the celebrated Shaker*’ Garden,
of ever one hundred different varieties, including
Cabbage
Cucumber
Beet
Cora
Kadi.h
English Pets
Beans
In every variety, for sale by
R W. POWERS,
fcU* Corner Main aud I Mb sir,eta.
17RKSH GARDEN SEED,
P UNION WASHING MACHINES.
By steamer we are In receipt of our spring supply o
flesh all I pure
CARDEN SEED,
Aud oli b tud,
UNION WASHING MACHINES.
Plows, Castings, Agricultural Implement*, Ac., Ac.
• For sale by
jan23-f GEORGE WATT A CO.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
OAMPS0N JONES, Jk., ft CO.,
c () M M I S 8 I o N M E R CHANTS
AND
auctioneers,
No. 4 Fikteenvh .svreet, uktwek.v Main and Cart,
RICHMOND,
Solicit consignments of all kinds of GOODS and PRO
DUCE, and guarantee quick sates and prompt return*.
Goods consigned to us for tdiipmunt will be promptly
forwarded.
Will make Kilos of Merchandise, Household Furni
ture and Heal Estate al Auction._, fobil-:lt
DANIEL II. LONDON, Commissioner of
Deed* for nio.t of the Slates and GENKKAI.COM
MI'SioN MERCHANT, Thirteenth street, Richmond,
Virginia, offers for sale a cargo of SALT in store, very
valuable REAL ESTATE, and several of tho celebrated
VIRGINIA SPRINGS. Particular attention paid to the
sale and purchase of all kinds of YHBAtiCO, and the
adjustment of CLAIMS against merchants and others.
Ieb2-tljuly f __
| YELL, SHEPHERD ft CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND OROCEP.S,
Basin Bank, butween Ath and lotb streets,
Solicit Consignments of Country Produce, Lumber,
Wood, Sc.
To Builders, Contractors and others, we would say
that we ate prepared to furnish BILL TIMBER, all
lengths, at short notice. a
For sale, on consignment, Superior Countr^Bacon,
Butler, Tallow, Dried Apples, Tobacco, kc.
_febH __ __
ft 0. Cosby, J Wit. R. Pron, | o.O.Cosbt.
QOSBY, PUGH ft CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND FOR
WARDING AGENTS,
(Franklin street, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth,)
RICHMOND, VA.
We have made arrangements with Messrs. Todd,
Pugh A Co., of Petersburg, by which our friends In
North Carolina, and others who are most convenient to
the North Carolina Railroads, and who prefer selling
their Tobacco and oilier Produce In this market, can
have it forwarded Is us promptly and without charge,
except for drayage. Consignments respectfully soli
cited few ly
J. E. WAKKKN. | W. W. BIRCH
vy.ARREN ft BURCH,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND AUGNTS POE Till! PAI.K OP
MANUFACTURED TOBACCO,
No. SS CoMMlitCB STREET,
MONTGOMERY, At A.
Prompt atteiitioo given to consignments.
Cash advances made tin goods on hand.
References.—McDaniel At Irhv, Lynchburg, Ya.; N.
M. Norlleet A Co.; Kent, Paine At <'o., J. || Montague,
Ksq., Richmond, Va ; Major W. T. SnlUerlin, Danville,
Va. deed—Sm*
TyOOLFOLK ft THORNLET,
GENERAL COMMISSION AND LAND
AGENTS,
OKFFK Til KIR HEStVlCKH F<*R THK HAI.H OP
LAND, CHOPS OF COHN, WHEAT, TOBACCO, 4o.
A 1.80,
SiM t i.il attention given to procuring LAB<>KEKS, both
will if. ana i «■!.« f. i», lor inis ana me aujaccm
Counties.
Always have on hand for sale, on reasonable terms,
a largo number of flue FARMS, of all sizes and descrip
tions, In this and other States.
Address Bowling Green, Ciirolltio county, Virginia,
janii «>ui
I) REINS & SON,
1 Ye GROCERS, COMMISSION AND
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Also, Dealers iu
WOOD, COAL, HORSE KEF.II AND BOAT SUPPLIES.
They lospecll'ully solicit eon-igninents of Agricultu
ral Products of all'kiuds, especially of
TOBACCO AND WHEAT.
HI riot attention to business and prompt retnrns of
sales, they pledge to those who may favor them with
Iheir patronage.
tty'office and Lumber house between Ninth and
Tenth streets, on Cary street and Basiu.
RICHARD REINS,
»u»ft—tf LUTIIBR R. REINS.
P B. Sum ktt ... .late of the Urm of Pnwoll 4 Sublet!.
Pktkk A. Sum.kit.Ulchiuaiid, Va.
|) 15. & F. A. SUBLET!’,
C ONUISSION M E K C HANTS,
Olfer Iheir services for the sale of
TOBACCO, WHEAT, CORN, FLOUR,
• and all klnda of
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Parlicular attention given to the purchase of merchan
dise, and orders promptly tilled.
office on Thlrleeulli street, near Cary. ocl20—If
] J. BIN FORI) & SON,
fl •
GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Corner Thirteenth and Frank tin streets, •
RICHMOND, VA.,
Keep constantly on hand a choice supply of
FAMILY CROCK It IS,
WINKS, BRANDIES,
WHISKEY, RUM, 4c.,
which we are selling at wholesale and retail.
As Commission Merchants, we give parlicular atten
tion to Hie sale of Tobacco, Wheat, Corn and Country
Produce generally.
Prompt returns made. __*8|*“T
rplIK UNDEKSKINKD HAVE THIS DAY
JL associated theinsolvos under the stylo and linn of
FRENCH 4 CRENSHAW,
For iho purpose of conducting the
GROCERY AND COMMISSION BUSINESS,
At their commodious and extensive Store llouso, on the
corner of Main anil Ninth streets.
They will keep on hand Iho most select and choice
stock of Groceries of erery description, including
WINES,
LIQUORS,
TEAS, 4c.,
Which they will bo prepared to sell upon the most rea
sonable terms.
Personal attention will be given to the sale of all
COUNTRY PRODUCE and merchandise generally, cou
signed to our House.
SKTII BARTON FRENCH,
LEWIS D. CRENSHAW, Jb.
Until the first «f November, thoy can he found
it ih<- oin .•! Haxall,Creiuhaw 4 Co. otliS—tf
| ^ANDR1DGE & ANDERSON,
(.’RUCKUS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 1(14 Hug an Stkkkt,
RICHMOND, VA ,
Will furnish BAGS for Grain, and solicit consignments
or u!l kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE,andguarauteo the
highest market price for the same, slid, by making
prompt returns, save Iheir patrons the trouble and ox
I pense of visiting Richmond. _dec!-If
j jQOOKKK, KERR ft LYON,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Office corner I6lb and Franklin streets,
j RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
I*r.,mnl attenllon given to salos of all kluds COUN
THY '’KODl'i K. jyzo-u
H. R. eUKKORD, THOR. V. WALSH,
Lule of Memphis, Trim. Late of Lynchburg, \ a
AU1IIUK oohmkll,
Isilo of Montgomery, Alabama.
/CLIFFORD, WALSH & CO.,
General commission merchants,
Nos. 47 and 40 Gruvler, and 22 New Levee streets,
NEW ORLEANS, LA..
Pay particular attention totbe sale of MANUFACTURED
t’liftAOCO and Western Produce.
Kkffk to Scott A Brother, St I.ohI.. Mo , Messrs.
Copeland A Clark, M. tnpbla, Tenn.; Commercial Hank,
Memphis. Tenn. ; Charles Luting, Kan., New York;
Mes-rs McDaniel A Irby, Lynchburg, Va.; Messrs.
W Purcell ft Co , Richmond. Va. ; Messra Thomas
Branch A Sons, Petersburg, \a ; than Kirk, hs.|.,
! Montgomery, Ala. _d_tc,+-3m
i I^ANHRIDGE & ANDERSON,
GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 103 Buoad Stkket, Kichho-VD, Va.
Hare In store and for sale on I he most MM™*;*
i.tium, u Urge aJfcortment of 1- AM1LY GK(H LKIti.d
1 htipplie*. _ _ __—
nrHOMAS A. MEANDER,
I'orxxr .Second and Grace Street*,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL“SUY* COM
MISSION AND FEED STORE.
1 .. „„ v,„j . lireestoekof GROCERIES and
|.1q"”us. H^.IJSK FUMNISHINO UUODS, FRUITS,CAS
Uu.deraaj,De.sed to Box 17o3, Rtchmond lLO,. will
; receive prompt attention.
way T. CLARK A OO.i
J YY . GROCERS AND
1 COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
iq^i—Gui _
STOVES, TIN-WARE, &c.
Stoves, tin u are,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. Ar.
GREGORY HROT HERS
Have removed from their old *tand at *KiJ fellow,
1 Hall. Franklin street, to their splendid new store. No.
s; Main Street, between 14th and 15th, where they will
keep constantly on band h large assortment of Pkrlor,
Oiice and <'.Hiking Sior«*», *uch ** c«dchi*l*-d Arbi
Ict, Sheppard, Ida. Mtauiu* and Bvehiii^ Star, M»*uit«>r
Kip Rap, Quick Bike r, r..uiund..re ChaiUr item, and
others, I*** nuimjroua lo uiuollon.
ALSO,
A Urge .ihAortiuviit <*f F»iibauk’» .Scales, II‘>o>*e F'lro
1-liii‘K article*, Pocket ui»J Tahlo t.utUijr, Msrd
1 ware, Ac. . . ,
Thankful for Iho pa**t patrfMfjf*. we h<*pe, by hointf
nrouipt in bn-inom, a couliuuanee «*f the SAU*f;
GKKGOUY BKrtTHKttS,
f»7, Main street, Utwcon UtUafid 15tb,
jan*2f . Richmond, V*
tlLOVKK,
) TIMOTHY.
OKCIIAKB,
HF.KD9
KENTUCKY BLUE0GRASS SEEDS.
PALMER A I t'KITN,
nov’t t No 2u Main street.
KEGS Extra No. 1 BUTKER,
' ***' For sale by
I fub7-8t 8. C. TARDY A CO.
BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL.
JDALTIMOKE LOCK HOSPITAL,
BALTIMORE, MD.
ESTABLISHED as a RUKUtiE from QUACKERY.
THE ONLY PLACE WHERE A CURE CAN BE
OBTAINED.
OK. JOHNSTON has discovered tho roost Certain,
Speedy, and only Effectual Remedy in the World for
Weakness of the'Bark or Limbs, Strictures, Affection of
the Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary Discharges, liu
poteney, General Debility, Nervousness, Dyspepsia,
languor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of
the Heart, Timidity, Trembling, Dimness of Sight or
Giddiness, Disease of the Head, Throat, Nose, or Skin,
Atfoctions of the Liver, Lungs, Stomach, or Bowels—
those Terrible Disorders mixing from Solitary Habits of
Youth—secret and solitary practice* more fatal to their
victims than the soug 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 Senate*
with the thunder* of eloquence, or wa ked to ecstacv the
living lyre, may call with rull confidence.
MARRIAGE.
Married Persons, or Young Men contemplating marri
age, being aware of Physical Weakness, Organic Debil
ity, Deformities,speedily enrad.
He who places himself under the care of Dr. J. may
religiously conlidc in hi* honor as a gentleman, and
coulldcntly roly upon hi* skill as a physician.
ORGANIC WEAKNESS
Immediately Cured and full Vigor Restored.
This distressing affection, which renders life misera
ble and marriage impossible, is Ibo penalty paid by tire
victims of improper indulgencies. Young persons are
too apt to commit excesses from not being aware of the
dreadful consequence* that may ensue. Now, who that
understand* tho subject will pretend to deny that tho
power of procreation Is lost sooner by those falling Into
Improper habit* Ilian by the prudent? Besides being
deprived of the pleasure of healthy offspring, the most
serious and dost active symptoms of both body and mind
arise. The System becomes deranged, the Physical and
Mental Functions Weakened, Loss 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.
DU. JOHNSTON,
Member of tlie Royal Collego of Surgeons, London,
Graduate of one of tho most eminent Colleges In the
United States, and tho greator part of whose life lias
been speut in the hospitals of London, Paris, Philadel
phia, and elsewhere, has effected some of th•- 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, bash
fulness, with frequent blushing, attended sometimes
with derangement of mind, were cured immediately.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. J. addresses all those who Imve injured theni
selv.s by improper indulgence and solitary habits,
wbicb ruin botbbody and mind, unBUitig them for either
business, study, society, or marriage.
Those aro some of the sad and melancholy effects
produced by early habits of youth, viz: Weakness of
the Buck and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness o'
Sight, Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation «r tlie
Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous iiritabilily, Derangement of
the Digestiv- Functions, General Debility, Symptoms of
Consumption, Ac.
Mkxtai.lv,—The fearful effects on the mind are much
to bo dreaded, Lo-s ol Memory, Confusion of Idea--,
Depression of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion to
arc Homo of tho evil* produced.
Thousand* of per*«ui* «*f :ill tig*** ran now Judge what
i* tho cau*o of their declining health, losing thoir vigi.r,
becoming weak, pale, nervous und emaciated, having a
singular appearance about the eye*, <’uiigh, and Sy mp
toniH of Consumption.
YOUNG MKX
Who have Injured themselves by a certain practice,
indulged in when alone, a habit frequently learned
from evil companion-, oral school, tho effects of which
are nightly felt, oven when asleep, Hint, il not cured,
rentier* marriage impossible, and destroys b«»ih mind
and body, should apply Immediately.
What a pity that .t young man, tho Imp* ».f his coun
try, the prido of his parents, shoiihh he snatched frolU
all prospect* and enjoyinen'* of life l»y thecoioeqUi no
of deviating from the palli of nature, and Indulging iua
certain secret habit. .Such person* must, before con
templating
MAURI AtIK,
Reflect that a sound mind and Inuly are tho luont neces
sary ruqiiisiUM to promote coiniuhiai happiuets. In
deed, without these the journey through life become* a
weary pilgrimage ; tin* prospect Imuily darkens to tin
view,the mind become* shadowed with despalraiid tilled
with the tnehiMchoiv rellecthei that the liuppim*** «»l
another hocoineH hllghled with our own
OFFICE, 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
I Left-hand side going from Baltimore street, a few door*
from tho corner. Fail not to observe natue ami mini*
her.
Hgf No tetter* received unless postpaid and contain
ing a stamp to he used on the reply. D#»r*mi* writing
should slate ago, and send portion ol ml verti*cin»iut do
scribing symptoms.
Tho Doctor’s DIPLOMA hangs In hi* office.
ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS.
The many thousand* cured at this establishment with
in the last twenty years, and the numerous important
Surgical Operation* performed by Dr. Johnston, wit
nessed by the reporter* of the Tho Sun and many other
paper*, notices of which have appeared again and again
before the public, besides his standing a* a gentleman of
character and responsibility, is a sufficient guaiaiitco to
tho affitclttd.
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Mutual life insurance
v
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. eepltf
f > RANCH OFFICE
|> OF TilK
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I
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This Company takes Fir*- and Marine Risks on the
most favorable I. nu Country ri-V» also tak- n.
All loss.- paid at this oltli-e without delay of sending
i proof to home office. 1
Application c:iii M to A. Ri*l MXii, JoHi ll.
I Otk» P- F. How sail, 0l E. It Mkadk, Willi
II. >'. ItRKKSKK, General Ag-nt,
Office Franklin street, between 7lh and Mb,
, a. I l I - 1
Montague a whit all,
(Ltfle of tbs
Merchants' Ipsumnce I'umpany of Hlclimon.l,)
INSURE
Property op all Kinds
In the most reliable Compsnh *
They also efoct
Marine Inhi rance and Life Insurant*.
I Office : Wo 231 M On street, Just below the Spet**
wood Hotel. angle—»_
o ALT! SAI T ' SALT!
k li. tons of SAl.l f . Tr IllnUr P«T«> *"•
«t.*ck, Ac.
On consignment and '^uTSOOK A CO.,
febS-tf Libby Building.
RAILROADS. &c.
jm^y*rr~^w •:me-ssm *** —*»—
KICHMOND AN’l) PETERSBURG RAILROAD CD., )
Kiciutoxi), Va., Jan. 27, lstiti. )
QHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
on And aft.r TUESDAY, the 30th Instant, Train, upon
this road will run as follows:
Leave Manchester at 8:45 A. M., and at 3:55 P. M.
Leavo Petersburg dally, (S:80 A. M., and at 5:1<> P. M.
On Mondays, Wednesday, and Fridays, a Freltfht
Train, with a passenirer car attached, will leave Man
chester and Petersburg at 10:45 A. M.
K. H. GILL,
jan27-tf Engineer and Superintendent.
OFFICE H P ti P. R. It. CO., >
Rirnuoan, ISih January, 180C. S
rpHK POTOMAC ROUTE AGAIN OPEN !
TUB GREAT 8IJ0RT LINB
Via Fredericksburg and Aqnia Creek, to the NORTH
and WEST, 1. again open tu the travelling public.
Trains leave at S A. M. nnd 8 P. M., as usual.
THROUGH TICKETS to Alexandria, Washington,
Baltimore, Philadelphia, Xuw York and the West.
, SAMUEL RUTH
fentft-tf Superintendent.
I^ICHMOND and DANVILLE RAILROAD.
CHANGE 0~ISCHEDULE.
On nnd after TUESDAY, December 12th, tho P ASSEN
GER TRAIN on this road will run as follows:
Leave Richmond dally, Sundays excepted, T:4il A. M.
Arrive at Danville, f,:lu P. M.
Leave Danville dally, Sundays excepted, 6:.<0 A. Mt
Arrive in Richmond, 3:15 P. M.
Trains connect at Uurkeville w itli trains on the South
side Railroad fur Lynchburg, and at Danvillu with the
trains on the Piedmont Railroad, for Greensboro',Char
lotte, Ac. TIIOS. DODAMEAP, Superintendent.
dec I'd—If
IKG1NIA CENTRAL RAILROAD.
The following regular train* will be rnn on this
road, on and alter MONDAY, February l*2th :
A Mail train daily, except on .Sunday*, between Rich
mond and Ktauuton, leaving Richmond at 7.45 A. M..
and Stauntou at a A. M. A Night Mail Train, between
Richmond and Gordons villa three lime*; a Week, leav
ing Richmond at 7.15, i*. M. Tbi* train make* clone
connection* with trains mii the Orange aud Alexandria
Railroad, nnd avoid* (be delays at Gordon-'ville on the
former night schedule. By this train p.n*engrr* f..i the
Southwest will not he delayed in Lynchburg.
A t ri - weekly Mall Train, leaving Staunton at 7 A . M ,
for the West, on Tuesday*, Thursdays and Saturdays.
The Mall Train leaving Richmond connect* with
trains on the ORANGE AND AI.KXA.VDRI V RAILROAD.
The Daily Mall Train conned* with stage coacbt-. ai
Staunton for Lexington, Winchester, Ac.
The Train Went of Staunton connect* with Jingo
coache* for Rockbridge Bath*, Rockbiidue Alum, Warm,
Hot and Healing Spring*, and thu While Sulphur and
Lew Is burg.
A Freight Train between Richmond aud Staunton
conuects with freight trains on the Orange and Alexan
dria Railroad for Lynchburg and Alexandria.
Freight will bo neiit to any point on tOrange and
Alexandria Railroad without change of car*.
(JooiI» purchased in Northern cities can ho sent Jl
roct to and station on this road where the Company has
an Agent, by consigning them to Stephen Hunt* r, Gene
ral Frida lit Agent. Richmond. The charge fo* the
transit through Richmond, Including wharfua*, d»ay
iitonure and commiiisionr. will not exceed (mc> n!>
pfi- lm pound*, and on heavy article* will be tu i* h
i»u»*. Freight* will be collected at deHtinuti.n
Through Tickot* can he purchas'd at tbi* “Wi-h to
Lynchburg, BrUto), Knoxville, t'haltanoogaand Dalton.
Ticket* to Lexington, Virginia, til.
Freight oJko at Illi-litnoiid cloned al 3 P. M.
ii. i). winrroMis,
•epIS If Qoneral fiuporlntendent.
OFFICK Kiriiao.xli AND l*K I'KHRItl' IW It. It Co.,?
iCichuiond, January S
ON AND A FT Kit 'I UK 7TH oFirg ;*I
JANUARY, ISO*. the Sunday Kv.-nlng*- *.- .’u£.
Passongor Train* will run on ibis riud as hertifore,
leaving Manchester ill ilea I*. M. and leaving I*, cabon
t**ul6:loP. il ,airiling at Manchester al 7 1' Al.
K. II. lili.1.,
jnnl-lf Engineer and Superintend- id.
MEBCHANT TAILORS.
JOHN LATOUCIIK,
f| DRAPER AND TAILOR,
lias RRMOVKI) to Franklin *tr»»et, next lo the rortier
of Foarteontli, and return* hi* sincere thank* for the
liberal patronage already boKtowed, and hope* to luerit
.iii.l receive a continuance of the name.
I'KIt.'KS ll.VIFnUM AND >h‘DKKATK. (iAUMKNTS
COMMK !i> I \i i . 'I KKBS CASIL Janlitf
I WM. OOI.T KICHARDHO*. W. PI.KIVU Fit Klt'lMHI. »*v.
I yy M. HOLT RICHARDSON & CO,,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
(Fourteenth street, opposite Exchange Hotel,)
RICH MO A'D, VA.
decIS Sin
JOHN K. DOI1KRTV,
il MERCHANT TAILOR,
**••—*> x.»—...n Kl^liih and Ninth streets,
Diagonally opposite it.. >-e..i, w-.-.l Hotel.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
Mr. DOHERTY eall* attention to *omo bountiful Fa
brie* for
GENTS’ WINTER WEAR.
Received in Ihu last few day*, which will be made up
in good atylc. He names :
Simoni's Wavcd-faco and Tricot CoATt2!i»>
English WHITNEYS and BEAVERS, various . olor*
English. Mellon's, Oxford and Brown MIXTURES
Juh.inny's and Simoni's CI.OTHS ami DOKUKINS
Claret, l.’rown ami Black BEAVERS, tor suit*
The atock la excellent, and the price* shall suit the
time*. *
decA.lt J. E. DOHERTY.
SCALES.
| > AN KS, MNMORE v Co.'S
i j STANDARD PLATFORM. .WAREHOUSE and
COUNTER SCALES.
The attention of Builder*, Owner* of Warehouse*,
Un-cur* and Commission Meichatil* la called lo these
Scale*, .-ample* of which ive are prepared lo exhibit,
whii'li we guarantee a- living equal in accuracy, dura
bility and iiutnuui of construction lo any other scales in
this market, and at a LOWER PRICE.
We put up these Sente*, including the Dormant Scales,
anywhere In the city, under oi^r personal supervision,
anil traaua.vr svani Scai.r.
Harper, Taliaferro .v <
jimUf Foot of Sixth*tru>d,on the Canal.
X17ARKIKIUSK SCALES.
' H. M. SMITH & CO., GENERAL AGENTS
For the sale of
HOWE'S PREMIUM STANDARD SCA I.KS.
We ask the attention of builder* and owner* of ware*
house* to samples of these Scale*, on exhibition in our
waroroom*. We guarantee them to lie
EQUAL IN' ACCURACY,
SUPERIOR IN DURABILITY,
MORE SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION,
THAN ANY OTHER SCALES IN THE MARKET.
In competition with Fairhank'n Scales, il ha- been
again and again rlcli-rioii*. The Howe and the Fail
banks' are both made in Vermont. At the Slate larrs of
that State, the Howe has, after repealed and sever.
dial*, much pronounced two uc»i. ren-r i"
dal report*: . f#
Vermont Stall** Fair, Stffdeiiibei* 1 *, 1*.»« — lii't 1 m**
i„iniu to John llowe, Jr. ; Second Premium !■• K. & i|
Fairbanks.
Vermont Statu Fair, September 17th, lv'<$—Diploma to
John Huffs, Jr. ... ...
United State* Fair, Richmond, Virginia, October, lv-8
First Premium In Howe’s Scale*.
;,iin I., place tbu Ilnwe Scale* In competition with
other patterns awtnnch as pui*ible,that it may stand by
its own merits.
Wc place the DORMANT SCALES in warehouses l.y
our own workmen, and leave them ready for use.
every scales warranted.
F,,r information a, to price,’capacity, report* of pul.
lie trials, Ac , call at our oltlce,
AO. Id MAIN STREET.
4 (JKNGV AND DKl'OT FOR THE SALK
A. •
FAIRBANKS & t'O.’H
STAN D A K D SU A LK S .
We are solo agent* In the city of KlclimonJ L.r the
•ale of Fairbanks A Co.'s celebrated
STANDARD, PLATFORM,
WAREHOUSE and
counter sum k\
and keep constaiiliv on hand a large and eoii.pl* te
•ortmelll of all the leading she and style*, which wc
Oder at inaniifcudnrer’* prie. s.
W. S. DuNNAN 4 CO,,
iJoVet nur .to • t,
ocU!it--tf Richmond, Va
BUILDERS, &c.
/ t AN NON >v HUDSON,
^ BUILDERS,
CORNER OF BROAD AND ADAMS .VI'UKKTS,
Krtfpe-ctfully lnf»»rm th«» citizen* r.f Kit-Inn. ml (1. it :!»• y
arv im.w r«*;idy to undertake liititJli g» on tin* hi *
noMblti ttHUM. PcriMii*desiring t • build will |*tvn»«?
uiTe us iic ill.
v\V will also •!.. all kih.li of RBIMIUIXO, Milo* up
STuUKi*, uiiJ JultBIXC generally in uur lino.
fcliS-lm _ _
PIANOS, &c.
I) I AM) FORTES.—The sulmcri- waffTTh
ber* hare now entmuenced rec el. piy A ih
tng their supply of I I s? f I*
PIANO FOUTfc".
from the established and rcn"! r!. m'.' n?. tl! suh
R _DI'XIIAM.K« r..^of'rh.^r |a . ... v..iir,
Th J«-r.tell. —I. .fed in cali and view
ll.. -e beautiful in.ouoo n,'UI[(l|.s!.. j,
Jam*** Wim 'llimotf A (*•».,)
^ On ?o'ir Main.
rr^ SHEET MUSIC -OllOICE AN l)
(\ DESIRABLE.- My Mother's *». '•••••d Lye, *-*1'
iTl- gdioi ; **■• * Know he wilt ({.•11011; ' • . '■ R*»
dolph-en ; ;l*> cents. I !ia»e LL-l-ned f«r h r ter>:
c,aint fh.ru,; heller; *> cent*. 1 haw no Joy
hnt in Hu- bmllc ; Ballad ; h'.dler ; M eui.D. « «t wherh
the Old Folk? I‘i**d : Son* and Clioru». ptmlt . >»cU.
K: 4 ii.- while I'm t»re»jntog; Song; Wiminemt.-dl; 3o
CteU Meilpan. on receipt of price, by OLIVER PIT.
SON Cu., l’obU: hers, lio-ion._dcclj—t*
I l1 ST RECEIVED, ii\ CONSIGNMENT,
loo dor Pro he. Bucket* ai d I i-k*!.,
I*»il„r *»» i ******won Matclic-j9
Paper Bags, Flour ltag», Ac.,
For sale by WFJ8IUKK. MONCURE 4CO.,
[ janTJf 78, Main street, (up stair*.)
STEAMBOATS, &c.
IJACIFIC mail steamship
I A COMPANY'S TROUGH LINK
TO CALIFORNIA,
Touching lit
MEXICAN PORTS,
AND CARRYING TDK UNITED STATES MAIL.
LEAVE PIER NO. 43, NORTH RIVER, foot of Canal
street, at 12 o’clock, noon, on th« 1st, 11th and 21st of I ]
every month fexcept when those Jutes full on Sunday,
and then on the preceding Saturday), for ASPINWAIJ* i
connecting, via Panama Railway, with one of ibo i
Conipanv'u Steamships from Panama for SAN PLAN- i
CISCO, touching at ACAPL'IA'O.
FEBRUARY. j 1
Henry On.tr.viTT, Captain Gray, connecting ,
with the Colorado, Capt. Watkins.
IcHh—Atlantic, Captain Manry, connecting with |
tho Sai kamkXTo, Captain Caverly. } (
21st—New York, Captain Horner, connecting ultb
Corrtititiox, Captain Farnsworth. i
Departures of Wt and 21st connect at Panama w ith |j
steamers for South Pacific Ports. Those of 1st touch
at Manzanillo. *
TORoCUH PASRAUK KATE. IN I't'KKXNCY t
First Cahill.$3'J> 00 i
Second Cabin. 3W
Sloerage. l‘>0 <4* i
A discount of one uCAHTRR from steamers' rate* al
lowed to second cabin and sleorago passenger* with
families. Also, an allowance of one ui laita on
' through raius to clergymen and their families, and
school teachers ; soldiers having honorable discharge-,
HALF FARE.
One Hundred Pounds Baggage allowed each adult.
Baggage-masters accompany baggage through, and al
lend to ladies and childrt ii without male protectors.
Baggage received on the deck the day before sailing,
from steamboats, lallroajs, ami passuugcii w ho profur
to send down early.
An experienced biirgonu oil board. Medicine and at
tendance free.
A Steamer will bo placed on tho line January 1st,
ISM, to run from New Orleans to As) Inwall, via Ha
vana.
For Passage Tickets or furl her Information, apply at ,
the Company's Ticket olden, on tho wharf, foot ol Canal j
..reel. North River, New York.
doc2—.'ltu P. vv. (J. BELLOWS, Agent. '
pOK NEW YORK.
ATLANTIC COAST
MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY
The enleudlJ new aide-wheel steamship*
HATTKBA8,
Lrwis Parrish, Commander ,
ALBEMARLE,
II A. Borxsft, ConimaDJer:
Leave Richmond every TTEKHAY uiid 8 AT Tit HAY.
K-.iv** N* vr York WKUNLsSDAY and .SATl7ftl*Al
Tho utetumhip ALHCMARI.E, faptAfn Bourn , w ill
Ini vo her**, from tho wharf at K-vltons, uti .*5 villi*
!iaY. I* th February, at II o’clock, *. M
Them* arc* entirely now, m«s*J were Imlii ex*
prcHwly for the route.
They have splendid aalooni* and st&lcro* hi*, mi l tho
fare, ace oiuiuodat Iona mid at tout ion aro unsurpassed.
I'ltsMtgo. meaU anil atatcrooin** included, 11 .
Oood* shipped l*y thin line are landed regularly at
Now York, on tho Company’* covered pie*, wit bin
forty-eight bourn.
Hhlppors arc liivltixl lomdico that the damage
ami lo.vp by bundlin# and exposure from lro|Uci.t re*
uhlpplnt', m •'►n other linen, 1* avoided t*y thl* r**»ifi>.
KroigbU for point* beyond New \»*rU will !»o for*
warded with de.-patch, und no charge mad. , • xc. pl ac
tual expenses! inclined.
The*** ship* dUthargo cargo In New Y*»rk,ul l*i» r Xo.
M, North River, and the I'ompmiyV steamer* fbt Wit
iniii^t on, X. C., Cbaric Ion, Siivuuiali, AI**l»il« ainl NeW
Or lean a, leave fr**i:i the ►:uim* pier. lio»*d» f«*i 'here
points can be tramf rr*d without expense or n pr^nr*
lunuraiice U very low by thru: nbip*.and the oc**nuiny
in time. Insurance ami condition In which go*.d- are J»»*
ilVtfrtui, ui;iko« im imM ii- .ijk-i •
Insurance at r.it.'* w hen «*r«l*rr. .1
AOKNTS:
I.lvingMton, Fits .V <•«* , 111 !• *(•adtv.iy, New
Sam it. I Ayr* '* A Co., Uiihm.-ml, Va.
4-n 1 w1.11 A l»uun, <Jlt#v Point aimI Pitor*l#iirg
S C. Ill I lot t, N.»rf«*l !x, Va.
P.,r freight or |»:t •?***. apply M
SA.MU kl•. AVUK.S A CO.. Agent*.
Hrj'J* «’iKco corner » I Cary m.l^VIrgh la di« ;l
dite the TohmJcn Exchange.
uov*io-tr
I A M K S K J V*K K L J N K-*j*^**]
” _ .jgT-Ttalrra
NORFOLK AND RICHMOND STEAMERS
CARRYING TIIK n.NITKD STATES MOL. AND
TIIK A DAMS, IIAKNDKN AND
NATIONAL EXPRESS.
The Stnninor M MARTIN, Captain I.IVIM««T*!»,
Steamer CITY op RICH IP’ND, Captain Sr* axaiijw,
|., iee lia-kin* & ItrlJgf.r.lK whnrl
EVERY MoR-fil NO (Sunday* except.-dt AT liAl.C PAST
SIX oVl.tiGK,connecting al Norfolk with .he
01.11 aw 1 isit liTB.MKRa, ne'.v m>f. eTseattaa,
TlloMAS KKI.S". liKOKOK Lkviik,
Captain Ur-<mt. Captain Bi.AMiXAX,
ADKLAIDK, DICTATOR
Captain CgNXox; Cnpialn Laspi.;
FOR
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA AND NEVY YORK.
For farther Information, apply at tho « trt. 0 ..;i the
whart formerly occupied l>y the old Line Steam.ir*.
Freight received from d to 0 P. M.
«. 0. HASKINS,
* OlOco at Rockett,.
D B. BRIIMiFORD,
Office .at Itridgfonl * Slyer*, <>n 'he Dock,
Between Plfloenthand Seventeenth altoel*.
All FREIGHTS f»r point* ou the river MUST BE
PREPAID. HASKINS 3c BUIDOl'oKP,
noi'AMf General Ageuta Jamc. River Lii.e.
^ \FFICK OF
W K I, I, S, FA R O « 4 CO.,
NEW YORK AND CALIFORNIA
KXPIIESS AND KXCIIANCK COM FAN V,
Me. S>4 Broadway, Mew York.
BHIPPKRS OK FRKKJHT
TO TBK
PACIFIC COAST
WtU please take notice, that having heen appointed
FREIGHT AGENTS t'F TIIK PACIFIC MAIL STEAM
ship company,
\Ve are prepared to receive Freight for
CALIFORNIA, OREGON, NEVADA,
WARRINGTON TERRITORY,
SANDWICH ISLANDS,
CENTRAL AMERICA,
AND
WESTERN COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA.
F. r rat's apply at "or Mtlco, No. 84 Broadway, or
freight office >m d <k fool ol Canal .tied.
St.timer* will *all l-t. Illh and 21«t of each month ;
1 hole date* filling on SUNDAY, nu preceding KATI1K
** No SLOW I KEIOIIT RECEIVED ON DAY OF HAIL
FREIGHT MUST BE DELIVERED ON DOCK FO<>T
OK OANAI. STREET.
Bills of Lading will lie issued at No. 84 Broadway,
our umal Package Express will «*e sent l.y each
steam, r AND WILL CLOSE AT 10 A. >1. ON i AI LI KG
''t.ur Letter Bag- will close at ll:3u A M. F..r eonve
nieure of our up-town customer* a letter Bag win be
kept at the Metropolitan Hotel and on the dock foot of
Canal *treet. , ... . , ..
Our KRANKF.D ENVELOPES will bo on s*le at the
olllce of the Hotel and at our oBces, No. b4 Urr-idway
*'A1 HeUI*rs7»mit'lhirough us MUST BE IN GOVERN
MENT ENVELOPES.
Sight Exchange on Sun Francisco for *al*.
Telegraphic transfers of no.ney made to all point*
reached by the wires on West Coa-t.
California Coupons bought at best rate*.
i,i.»8- «ra WELLS, FARGO A CO.
SOLE LEATHER, &c.
OH. CH ALKLKY & CO.,
• No. 4>; Main street, under St. Charles llolel,
Manufacturer* and Dealer- in
o»k and Hemlock b'*LE LEATHER,
Upper CALF-SKIN8, KlPS,
Harr.es., Bridle and Pair LEATHERS,
of all kind-.
Cod Liver ai«l Neat’s Foot OILS.
,1-r |o1 Dry and green Hit I
TTtfc HATE l)N HANK P»e i1;','dais's
yV of French. German *nd *^'rl”".p.r. Il»me«
O-ax and Hemlock ,v»t.E LEATHER. IK , f
and Bridle LEATHERS Tam;e« OIL. Tanner.
Ac., which we are sellirrjj *'".^.HlKLEY A CO.,
N»>. 4t> M:iln
L'n«i*r St. (‘hurl*** Motel.
SADDLES, HARNESS, &c.
<jahdlkky, HARDWARE
N AND
SADDLERS’ TOOLS,
A n'M. AeSoarXK.ST.
Fine Riding Saddles, Bridle, Bit*. Ac. Buggy and
Riding Whips, Collars and Hames, Saddle Tree*.
Buckles, Plated Buggy and Coach Mountings, to which
1 invite city and country trade.
} CLAIBOKNB WATKINS.
Formerly with Smith, Khoileii *\ i u.,
Now at K. I., Will Urn*,
tn21— it *7 MhIu utreet.
AST-STEEL HOLE AXES!
»r** In roc* i|»t of i. JttaorliuruL of Owliin* A
f\» , JLtnO' 4 Stewart* A***, whirh wo offci for
th»* lowest market late*. W. S. poNNAN 1 '* •
j*.»17r ___ O’lvornor Ntr.^
MRS. ALLEN’S 1IA1K RESTORER,
Wolisler's Hair Invig'.rat. r. „ .
BLl'NT A >",SKI KY. nr":,r H.'h.
JunSSt _ M Mam M • *” »’ Ml?
rpilE NEW EXTRACT, EflTPTUS T,.Ti’S.
For the Hand kerchief. M(>sblKY, Druggists. |
^ n ^ BLUNT « “0 j|alll ,t.t near I4th^_
07777 OILS’-Sperm, Whale. Mu. Line,
ILS! OILS • ?*' -_d Lard OH*.
Linseed, Kerosln*. ^poWF.R V McPHA'.L.
For sale l y Corner 17tlr and Main st».
febS f ______ 7”
77k KASE I GREASE ! I-Wbite Gn*au«, In
I -1 . A r r KIM f. Waton*. Mill
\J b. xes tt«e. Koi *aU bv
Gearing, Ac.-the heat art S1^0WER HcpHAlL,
llaln and 8«T«nt •nth
dec1ST
STEAMBOATS, &c.
FREIGHT FOR NEW YORK-wwi, „
t AND BoaToN. Uu
_ rill > I —
NLAND ROUTE. VIA CHESAPEAKE BAY AND Cl
MAI., THROUGH TO NKW YORK. ,
TUB OLD POWHATAN STEAMBOAT COMPANY I
The new arul first class steamers STATE OF MART
•AND, PKTKKSBURO and STATE OF VIRGINIA, are
niw receiving and forwarding merchandise of all de
ceptions from Richmond to Philadelphia, New York
uid Boston, In connection with the Canal Line of
iaily steam ■„ rr..m n»; 11 more.
I hose steamers leave Richmond everv Monday, Wed
lusday and Saturday, for Baltimore.
Goods shipped on ih- .e day. will be landed In New
iork on the G.'iga.., t|,. reafler.
shipper, will takenotice ilia l goods shipped by this
lee do not go t" i ;• >, l,ul aro eKrr|ed entirely through
* i.a.M*, l li u. saving -m.irsediug the necessity of in
ar.mce against si:* ki-k.
Tha largo sue of the steamers belonging to tbU line
inahle a. to carry go*d., at less than by any other
cats.
Freight for points beyond New York will bo forward
id with dispatch.
This lino U tho only one that connect, with a daily
lno from llaltiiuoro for Philadelphia and New York,
aid that can give through receipt..
No drnyage or commission charged. The two lines
weepy the same wharf In Baltimore.
For’frelght or passage, apply to i
DAVID A WM CURRIE,
OtBce at Charles T. Wortham A Co 's,
relit—ts Fllteenih si real.
nOR NIW YORK.
I_1
THE OLD LINE.
ESTABLISHED IN 1*61.
SEW YORK AND VIRGINIA STEAMSHIP
COMPANY.
The magnifleent side-wheel steamships NIAGARA
snd SARATOGA, In command of Captain* Corm and
£ui«i, experienced .eainen. The Pursers, Jles.rs Wil
i.iax-O. and J M. SuiTn, are well known to lb. crnnuiu
ally.
In point of strength, .peed and flnl.h, liiete .hip* are
anequalcd.
FhKIGJIT capacity large and rale* moderate
No changing of Freight a* by other line*, which is *o
very lnjurion. to cargo.
Insurance, It desired, can be etf. cted at tha very low
ist Rite*.
order vour good* to come (>v this safe and speedy
Line.
Passenger aecouinn-datlons are superb. Tickets and
Berth* sccuied on h--*rd, or al my ntflee, Rockett*.
Tln-y leave Richmond, from Lndlam A Watson *
wits.I, every TUESDAY snd SATURDAY, on tho flood
tide. The hour i-cer: ilm d by ref. reiwe to dally paper*
i*l *li«? dav prevlou-1*> <1 iv ot dep-irlnre.
d.tl i ii UARKKT P WAT80K, Rt
JjM)R BALTIMORE.
POWHATAN STEAMBOAT COMPANY
The meatuer
P K T K R S B U R (J ,
['aptaln Robert Traver*, will leave here SATURDAY,
Hie lOtll Instant, a! II (/cluck, A ai
Freight recetv.d to-day and up to lOo'ch-ck the 10th
lu.tam.
Thl* steamer in* .pleudid saloon*, statero in. and
passenger ncioimii'-dailnn.
Pol' fleight «'f passage, appir to
DAVID A WILUAA!CURRIE, Ag nt .
I 'dice III Charles T. Wortbcni .U lie ’s.
ihuj-.i r mcrmu
l?0 It Ll\ KRPOOL. jSkt
r — Jnk
1 h • A .V I l.:ir.|iwtt»l'KRN VIfToHI A t«nr.w 1I”
loading »l City Point h»r thu above port. nuJ trill h»vi
tuick de-patch. For freight. applv to
It. II IHUuEKL,
Corner Mh uinl Canal -treeli.
Liberal advance* on cunMtfiiroeiit to lev friend* in
Load •»,. l.i > *i i.l or li u '... m»»3w
I/OiU.iVl.iil’tHH.. A&
- - £Sk
Tin A N-». 1 l»»rr|in* tJKFN VICTORIA, now
at City Point, i- n *idy to rccdm height f*>r Liverpool
Liberal advance* in* L* on cnriMcnmetits to my frianJs
In London, Liverpool oi Dublin
For freight, Apply t*> R II U1BKKLL.
J:» n*2l-if
/ Vasal opkn ;«> u \
f AND P cell A N\.v
Fare through to Lynchburg, without iu*al»,
Paro through to Lexington, without meal*, #<J, with
ine.tU, teb
Fare through t«» Buchatmi, without meats, ?*:, with
meal*. f!*
Our Packet Boats leave Richmond Monday. Wed
nesday and Friday, at .* P. SI Returning, l-tve Lex
ington at 4 A. II., Buchanan at A. >l , Monday, Wed
nciday and Friday and. to enable u- cennect with
tho Wenicrti talU'sid itl s, we uill !e.n •» Lynchburg,
same day*. at 7J P M
'] his will tuakc «m boats 1 * hour** late? at the I tfereij*.
stopping place* mi the line Iwtwi" n Lynchburg a;*'l
Richmond R KUMOA'It.
feb3-tf
COAL MERCHANTS.
* nturacTtr coal.
A
t'oindautly ftp hand. Rod and While A b Arthra-lts
Coal, grate and stove *vue, for taiuilv »i*«— Lehigh
Lump for foundlie*, and Smiths'Coal, ln*-t quality —
Orders sent to u» will receive prompt attentten An
thracite Coal sold by w**i;,ht.
SAMUEL P HAWEH A H«»N,
liith and Dock nlioeis, north bide of the Dorlr,
«epf ly opposite our oid -land
HATS, CAPS. &c.
I (MIN DOOLKY, •
J UxnrK THK SroTxU'OUp Hr»TKf 4*ZL
RICHMOND, VA
In\ltc.» the attention of his cu-tomer* and the
public t*» hi- large »im k of I4ATS, CAPS and LADIES
FURS. He ha*. in eo -.e pience «»f tin* gr» ;ii Msrclty o
money, reduced hl« nrlc< » considerably on Hats and
Capa, and U welling tli** Ladies' Furs at c«>rt, t*clo"#out
hi* stock, which I* v» rv large, and contains some bead
tiful CAPES. HALF CAPES and MIJFFH.
lie U now getting the beautiful DERBY IIAT, for La
die*, which are of line quality and at very rnmlerat*
prices. __ Jan'iU
VT NO. I BALLARD HOI SB cm be Qg
found » (i>liiiniilil« Hiortiwnl oi
HATS,
CA 1*S,
I'MBREI.LaS,
AND
()KNTLF.MF..\"3
Fl'HXISHIXH
CiOODS,
To which I Invite the attd.lion of my f .iiuei patron,
and the public uonerally.
Jiinitf lm JOHN THOMPSON.
DAGUERRE AN GALLERIES.
HOMK A(»AJN.~For sevt'it luonths past 1
have had no bunlii**M«, having l^t my gallery and
nearly my all by the great Are on the 3d of April 1
have the pleasure now to announce t'» my frivods and
tho public that I have once more a HALLERl , heated
on the corner of Ninth ami Main street.-*, with an en
trance on Main (through W D. Pin ke - boi k*t* fe) and
also on Ninth Direct. I am supplied with entir. ly new
and the uiost Improved apparatus arid ato. k, arid hare
secured tho domIc'? of T. Jslfshon Niti.mo, *• t » the
rtenco.
A* in the j.» t. mi in the fjtore, I prom!— n.v j.ntion*
(food and **lt»f«clory work.
O W MINM8. Pln.t.^t.pblet,
cct27--ly Corner Main and Ninth tract*.
WINES. LIQUORS, &c.
ESBEIM,
(SHkW COkXBKf IAI. Bl.orK, COR3fKlt < AgV A~h 13TB Bin )
Just r*c«ired by dlrctl iniforutUn «i.l lor «»)• ta
bond,
A Stfignvtto BianJy,
l’inliet C.i-ill! a !;r *r. tv.
Jail.. - Ilenncv A Co. Brandy.
oimJ, liupity < * BiiinJy.
Vintage* l‘«6. tit and *01 : »l«o.
Cattle llnliaoJ Win,
r, , . ,'* in ..ri.inil [ a> !■*,(-'. in bonJ, at
I bsHKRrj.
.S.-w- C'.iunuore'al Block, corner Car) *»J |Htb *<*.
JatilTf
I IQ uoks.
Ij to barrel* Kye, Bourbon, Recti r.,d M hl*k«y
In I and | ca*k* French Brandy, imported
ft J and t ea*k* Sherry Wine, lnipnrU.1
Irlah and Scotch Whi*key, AlUop * and VuBiiyar
tie, Barclay l’orter -all imported.
Moet A Chandoa * Champagne, Green Sea! A
For .ale low bv
FRENCH JtCREXSH.tW.
jto0f Qmtmv Blal II •
HANGER’S kvf. whiskey
. ft barrel* Hanger'* anperlor Rye «'bi-k*v
lo barrel, very line ol l Boiirh. n Wh.*k v
‘2ft barrel* Monntain Rye Whl*Aey
75 harrela pore Kectltted Whl-key
!n .tore and for *ale at low price* by
febbf GEO. I HKKRlff.t A CU
,)A HBLS. BUMGARUNERS OLD RYE
(ill WHISKEY,
loo barrel* Celebrated ROSE Wfll'-hhk,
For aale by
S C. TARKV A Cu .
f*l,7 (it Agent* f 1 tb*. Itlallllera
DURE FRENCH BRANDY.
V ";,n.»terca.k. JAMES HENNESSEY. l%rk and
Paie.Jl.ipo’rt.e. UUk.T .« A CO.
rt FI FUR \TKI) “ZKKiLKR” WHISKEY,
U copper diatilb'd by Old procee*. and **,v htch II*
ror, on *on»lg»w'r'*‘ Y'ju.mkk,' uaKi v*»K a CO ,
dec21f _ '•,* br
..ylllSKEY! WHISKEY ' WHISKEY'
" itt barrel* very auperior old K>o, Kourlo.n md r
Hard Whi.key
For aale low. FRENCH 4 CRKNsHAW
febi-lwf
Holland gin.—Dure Holland gin,
for medicinal purpiwe*. for »»l« bv
A BullEEM; A BK»>.,
Jinlftf l»mX«l*t*. Xo lo Main ,lreeC
| Mid F. KARTELL BRANDY,
• Imported by Ca kle P.rn(ti«». for wed'. ioal pni
iotoa, at 1*. h. M I’l Y>
dec2S-f_prog
A FEW BBLS. VERY FINK CIDER, fast
arrived, for ral by
PALMER, UAUTStjOb a C*»,
deeft tf . j|,M Betaing*.
riOXfc’a 'GELATINE, 'P-1'*
O Tanloca, Pearl tago. f»»' *$'lp.‘.w
^ Corner Ifeb and lab .treat*.

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