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RICHMOND WHIG.
ItONDAl .FEB. 12.J866.
CIT Y AN13 SUBURBAN.
Another Fire.—The fire yesterday about twelve
o'clock, was caused by the burning of the top of a
kitchen on Fourth, between Grace and Frauklia
atreets. But little damage was done. The firemen
were promptly on the ground.
An Isiihaklitk.—lahmael Roberts, colored,
charged with creating a disturbance and drawing
ij knife on David Poindexter, was arrested on Satur
day by policeman T. Murphy.
Kscai-ko Prirovers Akres'tkd.—J. Bell, aliut
t harlea Corbin and George Taylor, colored, were
arrested on Saturday by Policemen Adams and Mur
phy.On the charge of bring esi-ajed jR-i-oncm from
is tic Thunder.
Sent to Tfig l.iHBY.—Robert James, “colored.
Charged with atcaHug an amount of lead pipe from
Itsgland i Brother, to the value of ♦'-£>, was before
Judge M Kntee Saturday. The evidence produced
before the Court proved that Robert was a tre*e
pa-wrr, and bo was scnteured to the Libby for six
months.__
ItonaKRifs.—The store of Mtna West * An
drews. ou tlm corner of Twenla-th and Broad
atreets. was entered ou Saturday night, at a late
hour, and robbed of about worth of groceries.
I ..rt<and bacon wen: the principal articles taken, j
Some of the coffee scattering, has been traced to j
Venable stieet. No parties as yet arrested.
Stole Watches.—L’harles Bell, u/iav Timberlake, i
a white »«>y ol nlsiut 14. was am-sted on Saturday ;
charged with stealing two watches from L. B. Levy.
Tin- wat< lies were ran ed to|Baacaofi’* Jew, 1 y a'ori,
on Main street, by the Imy. who was recognized by
Jtaneroft, and turned over to the |s»lier. He will tv
brought t.ef"n Mayor "auudem this morning.
The Weather.—Like an invitation to take a
drink, or a motion to adjourn, the weather is alw ays
a topic which is in order. We therefore violate uo
parliamentary or newspaper rule when we say that
the clerk of its* weather never recorded a more de
lightful or balmy day than yesterday. (Vistv old
bachelors, however, pronounced it a “weather
breeder," and predicted Moimy days ahead—just
like them.
GoncekT ok Prater.—The Third street Baptist
Church, Dr. Jeter’s was crowded yesterday eveniug.
wfth the (Rcmberw and Sunday School scholar* of
the Baptist Omrahes of this city. Impressive ad
A,.fv delivered bv the leading Ministers of
th« denomination. Not the least interesting part of
ti e services was the singing of the children, who
made the church resound with their innocent and
happy voices.
liutntn ok the Kink.—The Military Coin in is
niter maturely considering the evidence in the
caw against — Finn, charged with stabbing a
nugr- at a ball on tlie corner of First and Itroad
streets, some weeks ago. concluded to impose a lino
ol f#»on him. The decisiou of the Commission
was forwarded to Ma.ior tieneral Turner, who re
lieved Finn from the tine and discharged him. The
sentence ol Cut Lee. the principal engaged in the
staid. ng fracas has not as yet been made public.
AVOTHBB FMCI nu ts' SENT TO THE PlNlTES
Tiasy.- tleorw Mays, “ cofored.” charged with
stealing a ipiantity of lead, valued at $25, fiom
Canett F. Watson, at lea wharf in this city, was
luferc Judge Vf.-Kntee on Saturday, found
gi ill v of grand larceny aud seutcnccd to the \ ir
g i' •' IVniteiitiary f«r tlie term of one year. Cannot
•f! t Stevens or Charles Sumner devise some plan
,,ase uegroes houcat before making them the
masteis of honest white people ’
Tut First Hm-tist Chykcu on Fire.—The tire.
Tester*lay morning, about leu o’clock, was at the
Fast Baptist Church (I>r. Burrows). It caught from
the fnrna-.e on tlie lirst floor, reaching to the second.
* A ,-ar.a)* 'jiiantity of tlie flooring on the second floor,
at the foot of tlie ste|w leading to the gallery of the
church, on the right-hand side going in, was hurut.
Hr the : 1 of a number of persons, who wen- present
at tie- time, Dot Crc. however, was soon extinguish d.
So [HAlecij damage was dime—probably not
•aii. •iinlmg to more than weventy-live dollars.
. Fixe*.—I*. M. Murray, charged with assaultiug
. sd le af n • ' !• \ander Briggs, colored, h id an cx
utuinatfoii yesterday I -fore Judge McKntee. Murray
acknowledged ?! *‘ i.c had a saulted Rrivgs, bntcon
ti nded t’ it |ti-,g.- Had robbed him of »loo.* Briggs
thereupon is > > . • . :.st .irony to prove that he did
ii..t and also ;>r v.*l that the "last he saw of Murray
vv is -u a barbel n the corner of Kightli and
Vary .tree’s, w .lire ill it la tto girl, with her
ailusthrowu mound lu.s neck.” This caused Murray
to reiterati that nobody hot Briggs had rol*l*ed him.
whereupon the Judge tilled Murray ten dollars for
ass-rulliiig ami T enting Briggs and disq^arged him.
Handsome Ficiikku,—We have seen numerous
eonitneudafory notices of pictures of Onerulsl.ee
and Jackson, and vve have examined many like
nesscsol lleneral I.•-« that were striking, tmt we
have never seen auy photograph or oil painting of
IJ. neral Jackson which was comparable in tone,
finish, and striking re-*Biblance. to the one which
ornaments the gallery »i Vannersoh A Jones, on
thi* cortier **i Ma u ami Tenth streets. In additiou
to ti-i- lliev have photographs of one hundred and
f..r»v Confederate olb*-is of note, mil of which arc
in the hi h< l style of tlie art. Their gallery is an
• >inaiueat to tti** * tv. ami is well Worth visiting.
The JfiwtEs to itc Nominated To-Day.—It was
cui’rvti'iy rumored yestcnlay tmtong member, of the
I “g'slaturv that governor IVirpuiut. in the e.vervise
of his eon*4itutiwnal prerogative, vv ill send in. to-day
oi to-iBorrow. his nominations for Judges of the
Circuit ami Ap|>ctato Courts. It was furthermon'
.t iti .t with conflileueethat Judge Joyucs. the Dele
ga'c frvno Feter-bnrg. aud Judge Moticure. w ill he
m*miuate>( for tie- Con t of Appeals, and Muscoe
ti inirit, *bc I •elecate from foex. anil John T.
Harris. ol' Rockingham. f**r the Circuit Judgeshipt
ot their n-i*orti*r districts. From the same (tonn e
wc learn that the ii.um- of Judge Coleman, ol the
Fredericksburg distrust, will not be presented to the
Legislafttie.
Thk Tbi.vt. of thr Mi bbbheb-s ok Taylor.—
It IS said that the trial ot Shields and Clarke, who
murdered Tavlor some time since, between this city
and Williamsburg, will eouiiu.m c to day before the
Military ( otundssion. It will consume some time,
no doubt, as the witnesses are niiinerooR. aud some
ot them live at a distance. Several of tin-police
force, who ntdisl in their arrest, have been smu
uioueil »•> appear. .shields lias been, since his ou
liuelileut. very sullen an*l reticieut. only cuiumuiii
.•.itiiig with the commandant of tlie prison. At first
I,.. Kuo.) having atty counsel, and seemed deter
mined t*> met hi. late, whatever it might be, with
il.,££ei] inaimT'nre, ».u uiu*m w urwiwiuai
t« employ u lawyer to defend turn.
Tiukty XciisiiM Ksrirs K»i»x wt Libby.—On
Saturday night. at a late lmiir. thirty negroes tua.le
t!.eir escajie from the tabby prison. Some were
w.ntng nut their teim of sent>n.-e. while others were
awaiting their trftil. Two »f the number were re
e tptured, one of whom has been tied up by the
hands for moving the- bricks of the wail by which
tiH. party ro> re eualded to es«'ape. The sentinel On
Ktiasd jt the time had special orders to guard that
side of tin* wall, and it is said that lie stood leaning
on Ills musket while they were getting away. He
I,:» I- .'ll ‘o-eiv eontined. and w ill doubtless Is* tried
before the Military Commission for failing to do his
duty while on guard. He bolougs to the Eleventh
(Tailed Mat-« Infantry. Th«* third story of. the
l.itiblm*. «n the north s'ide. is set apart specially for
ii _*ro prisoners. and ft was from there that they
made their esm|ie. The adjoining room thnittgh
w liich they were enabled to reach the street, is oc
cupied I,v West, Beardsley A Co. They left by the
rear of tie building.
Pc B Lie l* it ki r r ■The Mayor decided on
Saturday » ease, the principle of which, we
tiust. will ever tie enforced by the ministers
ii« thv* law in this community. A house was
rented some time since, on the most public part
of Broad street, as a bar-room. The tenuut. after
completing ihe Contract, set up in addition a "spar
ing gallerv.” and erected a large sign, which the
landlord, who lived in the npper part of the house,
tbs-iued indecent. The landlord had the sign taken
down, and the L-naut left the house and sued the
landlord for the rent which he had paid hiiu. Mr.
William Hancock appeared as counsel for the tenant,
and flarnier tSHtnef, Jr., for the latulluriL After
li raring the case, the M^'or decided tliat the sign
was iudeoent. aud dismSed the suit, holding that
the landlord was i«*rtectly right iu prohibiting the
er •;..rt .>f tie- sign. We hope that all landlords
will do as this one did. ami that all Mayors and ju
die>s' officers- w ill * similar cases, decide as did
t, .s tl in this ease. As Mr. tiilnier -aid. we have
..t:!.; U ft us now. save our private property and om
i.u.d.c parity, and we can. if we will, preserve these,
at least, iaviolute. We are willing to receive the
«■ nergv of other cities, but let ns not copy their iui
p hi .u*'-'.
r.’uE.,.' Mortality Auoso the Erkkpiikx.—For
a Bn-tigi- p.t-1 we have had information to the ef
1 vs l test the freeilmcu of this city—so many of
wl'<'m Are iivinif i* idleness and want were dying
Iu lalg- nMfllbars, but we did (lot ailuJe to It.
Tr.-aii,.; weft Jt no |«?isonal knowledge of tin-fact.
, visiting. s-ttardiiY. the ns-gro cemetery overlook
. .g the v.4 V,, and tliat near (.'hiiuboraao, we found.
ir».n» tii* large uoinlwi of new made graves, that
such was the ne. It reminds one forcibly of the
condition r.f ib.ii,.--. the lirst year of the war. along
(Be I’otonr.ai. v. h* u Texas, A Kansas and ..thcr rein
ments were dv. imat.-d by the diseases which then
prevailed. If t’-i-: is-the case now, when the whites
and the uegroe- .'a.-i-ave steady employment aud
comfortable ifuarters, ar- healthy, what may we not
r i»ssct in the event the cholera, or any other epidem
ic disease Visits cur city. I.et those, for heaveu's
sake, w ho desire their elevation to isyualilv with the
I'aucasiaB race, make sonic effort to save them
Iroin a fate worse than that of the aborigines of this
continents And to do tins they have only to convince
them that ilie lot of man is later, aud that freedom
carries with it the rcspmiaibiHty to caru an honest
a upport tor themselves and children.
Henkico COURTT CVl »T—Saturday. February
I of A. Present—all the Justices.—The Court having
met pursuant to an order entered on the tint day ol
tV term, for the purpose of considering the propriety
of adopting, iu all its provisions, the feuce law
passed Aitli January. IHtti. took the same into eon
aidnration. and adopted it iu all its proiuwona for lh»
whole of the county. They also deemed it inexpe
4ient. afbw mature consideration of the subject, tc
remove the bolding of the sessions of the court tc
aBj otlwr place than the Clerk’s office, where they
a ire now held, aud passed a resolution that the- Dele
gates Bud Seuatvf ftpceeeutffg the county he re
uuested to obtain the passage of a law authorizing
the Coonty Court to borrow money for the rebuild
ing of the court bouse.
Thev also increased the compensation of the At
torney for the Commonwealth by tlie additional sura
of three hundred dollars, and that of the Sheriff two
hundred dollars, and voted the sum of three hundred
dollars to John W. Cole, Constable, a» a bonus, in
consideration of hiseffioiency audextra official duty
done bv him as conservator of tbt peace.
Kesui'ition* were passed expressive of regret at the
death of Joseph P. Davidson, one of their body,
who died recently, aud of sympathy with his be
reaved family. _
■vIlVEM NOTH E*.
K*Ar*D Docglas.—Vhen a negro rubs bis ne^
against the portals of a *+'!* house, ilr-that » the
nose-is sure to get /rayed. especially when it >*
1 ached up by but little brains and uuwashed wool,
line Douglas. A/ncaniu, recently essayed to rub it
in bv ••attrition" to one Johnson, anti-Jacobin, anu
sougbt to I Hill his own wool over other people s eyes,
but be was "hammered” to hi* heart's content, was
worse bottled than the other "beast, “uJ hnally.
was advised to “emigrate,” which, in the vernffi u
lar, means "clear out. yon nigger'
Ouce upon a time, two Fenians went into a grog
gerv to get a drink : one of them would not be con
tent without a tight, "no how you could hx It -C**
Webster)—tlie otlier was pacificTara ana), so the
pacific one whaled the obstreperoiw one just to
make him he -aisy." Obstreperous suminoued pa
cific before a magistrate, whereupon magistrate said
to pacific. "You did right" Aud so the ]ieople to
whom obstreperous Fred, appeal* will say Ui
Johnson, "Yon did right m putting the'darned'
ebo-sbin under book” Fred. too. tbonght to plaster
the President with praise—hollow as his own
iFred.'s) bead, and wanted to cement a miscegena
tiou lietweeu the Caucasian aud tlie Cushite (horrii
bile) hut the plaster wouldn't stick, for it was |"f
trid. and the cement wouldn't do either, for it wa
sooty aud so Douglas stands on his own gizzard
tool* FVnyetf for evermore. But our business is to
tell you about genuine plaster and cement, fliers
you can get from Robert J. .Smith. Read adver
tisement, use Smith’s article, and repudiate the othci
cement.
From the army hospital—the bloody battle-field—th<
mansion of tbo rich and the huufiile-abode of the
poor—from the office and tbo sacred desk—from th«
mountain top, distant valleys aud far-off Islands of tb«
ocean—from eTery nook and corner of the civiliieil
world—is pouring tn the evidence of the astonishing
effects of DRAKE’S PLANTATION BITTERS. Thou
sands upon thousands of letter* like the following may
be seen at our office :
KgKbSBraT, Wis., Sept. 16, 1S63.
• » • I have been in the army hospitals fol
fourteen mouths—speechless and nearly dead. At Al
ton, Illinois, thev gave me a bottle of Plantation Bit
tern. * • Three bottles restored my speech ami
cared ine. » » C. A. FLAUTH.
8*>rrn Waasaw, Onto, July 2S, 1W3.
• • • Ooe young man. who had been sick and nol
out of the house for two years with Scrofula and Ery
sipelas, after paying the doctors over BIS) without
beuclil, has been cured by ten bottles of your Bitters.
EDWARD WOUNAU.
The following U from the Manager of the Union
Home School for the Children of Volunteers:
lltuamt Uaxaio.a, t im -ssvixru strrst, >
Xxw York, August t, lsfct. $
D#. PwAgtt: Your wondorlulplantatiou Bitter* hag,
been gireu to some of our little children suffering frou
weakness and weak lungs, with most happy effect.
One little girl in particular, with pain* iu h^ head
loss of appetite, and daily wasting consumption or
whom all medical skill had been exhausted, has bees
entirely restored. Wo commenced with but a tea
spoonful of Bitters a day. Uer appetile and strengtl
rapidly increased, aud she is now well. * *
^Respectfully, Mas. it. It. DEYOB.
s s s | owe much to you, for I verily belied
the Plantation Billers have saved my life.
Ksv. W. 11. WAGGONER,
Madrid, New York.
s • • s The Plantation Bitters hav<
curv'd me of ldver Complaint, of which 1 was laid u]
prostrate, and had to abandon tnv business.
. U. B. KINGSLEY,
Cleveland, Ohio.
*»* The Plantation Billers have cured m*
of a derangement oftlie kidneys and urinary or gam
that has distressed mewor year* It arts like a charm
C. C. MOORE,
9M Broadway,.New York.
kc., kc., kc., Jtc.
s * * Thou wilt send me two bottles of tb;
Plantation Bitters. My wife has been greatly benefit
ed by their Use. Thy friend,
ASA CUKKIX,
Philadelphia, Pa.
» » • I have been a great sufferer from Uys
pepsia, and hud to abuudou pteaebtug. * * * Tin
t'lautatiou Bitters have cured me.
Kkv. J. S. CATHURN,
Rochester, X. Y.
» • a I have given the Pi .elation Biller* li
hundreds of our disabled soldier* wiihstbe most aston
lshmg effect. <1. W. 1>. ANDREWS,
Superintendent Soldiers' Home,
Cincinnati, t>hio.
The PLAMTATloti Bittkrs make the weak strong, tin
auguid brilliant, and are exhausted nature’s gr at -re
storer. They are composed of the celebrated Calisay;
Bark, Wiutergreen, Sassafras, Roots, Herbs, etc., at
preserved in perfectly pure St. Croix Rum.
S T.—ISttD.-—X.
Persons of sedentary habits troubled with weak
ness, lassitude, palpitation of the heart, lack of appe
tile, distress altercating, torpid liver, constipation, etc,
doserve to suffer if they will not try them.
They are recommended by Mix highest medical au
lllorities, aud ago warranted la peudues .... WuudLI
beneficial effect. They aro exceedingly agreeable
p rfectly pure aud harmless.
Any person refilling bottles, or offering to sell Ul.A.V
TATIos BlTTsks in bulk, by the gallon, or in any man
ner except a* above, is a swindler aud Impostor, will
whom we shall deal as the law directs.
bold by all respectable dealers throughout the habit
able globe.
P. H. DRAKE * CO., New York.
tuyl > -eodly’idp _
1ANCASTKK & CO.,
U KXi'U A Nil E Atil) STifi’K BROKERS ANI
BANKERS,
101 MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, VA
Bay aud sell uufiomtuissiou. DOMESTIC and FOREIGN
EXCHANGE, State, Kailtoad, City and other BOND
and bToCKb. GOLD, MLVKK aud BANK NOTES.
Receive deposits and negotiate loans.
Make collections on all principal cities and tew ns.
ROBERT A. LANCASTER,
P J WRIGHT,
J. L WILLIAMS.
L. W. Rusk. Teller. __ I'obU 4m
''point vX RAFFKRTY,
EXCIXERRS AXD FOUNDERS.
OFFICE AND WORKS, PATERSON. NEW JERSEY
WAREHOUSE, No A, DEY ST., NEW YORK,
Manufacturers of Stationary and Portable Steam Engine
and li..tiers . Flax, Hemp, Tow, Oakuiu. and Rope Ma
cbmerv ; shafliug. Mill Gearing, lrou and Brass l a-i
lugs 6f all kinds ; Lathes, Planing Machines, Drills
Shaping, Slotting aud Boring Machines ; Goar Culler.
Ceuteimg, Milling and Bolt Cutliug Machines; Chuck
of all kinds. Leather and Rubber Belting, Lace Leathei
Bell Hooks, and general supplies for railroad audothe
lunt'luu* shop*. Juuson A snows l aieui uoveniurs
Saw Mills, Colton ttln-, Presses, Av., constantly o
hand. TODD A RAFFERTY,
febVJ-ly No. 4 Dey street. Now York.
rvDPDI ^ M. KINNEY,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Have removed their office to the new builjltig At th
low-r end ol the Ba-in, immediately opposite the to
house. They continue the sale of Tobacco, Flou
Wheat, C’orul Ac , and iru-t from luag experience tub
able to give satisfaction to all who may patron ire tbcu
febl2--Em _ _ _
O II 1 N (ILKS1
0 -
■ 30,000 toi.-nch bunch bean SHINGLES
SA.ishi ten-inch hunch -ap SHINGLES
La 'dmg from schooner Bodkin, on the dock, and It
aile hr DEAN E A SuMKRVILLK,
febl'd St Corner Cary and »th sta.
1 lOUGHS,GOLDS AND CONSUMPTION
V.^ C.M liver Oil. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, Wi-ur
ha -am, Javne's Kxpectoraai. Leoiuird's Instant Kolie
Broun - Bronchial Troche-, Hasting s Comp. Sent
Naptha. Puller s Svrup Tolu. Foi -ale. wholesale ho
retail, hy It- It • P*tWER8, Druggist,
febl'Jr Corner Main and loth sta.
TTAY1H6 RESUMED MY RBS1DENG1
I I temporarilv. In the city, I oifer my services t
those who mav desire LEllAL UPLSIOSS or ADY It K -
I will *1-0 attend, either as Counsel or Referee, toca->
submitted for Arbitra'ion,and generally toother profei
sional business not t.-nuiriug toy presence in Court.
JoH.V ROBERTSON,
febtJ dlletf Main street, between 3d and 3d.
rpiIE FOLLOWING RESOLUTIONS w.-r
A adopted at the meeting of Tenants, held Februur
3d. lve.
Kesotred, That a committee of three from each war
he appointed, with power to increase their number, I
n-ces.-ary, whose duty it shall be to prepare, and.
deemed expedient, publish a full and accurate list •
< all cases of exorbitant renting, in such form and ell
bracing such facts as shall exhibit precisely who ar
demanding exorbitant rents and the characte r and ex
teat of fheur exactions.
In pursuance of the above resolution, the fedlowin
gentlemen have beeu appointed :
C. G. Oaiswoi.p, W. 11 Raan,
L. T. Cu*st.L«a, John C. Pa«k, Jr.,
A. J. Haaav, John F. Rkonavlt,
W R FOLk, Hxsav Batons,
R. H Boshek.
Resolved, That a committee of It vs be appointed I
ascertain who of the landlords are wirting to reduc
their rents to a reasonable staudard, and to report i
the first regular meeting of tenants which may beheh
said report to be published in the daily press, or not, ■
th* meeting may order.
To carry out the above resolution, the following get
tlemeti have been appointed :
John H. Gilmbr. Sr., J R Kksbi.nouah.
John D. StHLarr, Janas Woophoisk,
A. Botun.
Resolved, Thai a committee of three from each wai
he appointed to sol mil conlribuueo- for defraying lb
expenses of this movement.
Th- following gentlemen are appointed to carry ot
the above resolution :
Jons H. titLHxa, Jt., Tsuttt Bralk.
John m It too in a, t,H*ai ks Johns- 3,
W a. J Smith, John U KnoWLB*,
Daniel B. CoakIK. A. MlLLSP.tr.tH,
W K. Larrtw
Having named the committees in pursuance of th
foregoing resolutions, the presiding officer of the u lei
tug hopes that the chairmen of the ditf-rentco inmate,
will al once call their committees together and procee
to carry out the insuucliou* of the meeting
d j. saundkrs,
fehlo—3t __ t'bairman.
BijBHAV SHOES MAC¥PBL *—BUTTER
ltd) kiu No. I Show MAI KBRKL, Hngton In
speclion,
®.i«V> pounds prime Roll and Firkin BUTTER,
B.«h of the above articles are very superior.
For sal* bv WKINKIER, MONCCKK A Co.,
fsbSf 7S Main street, up slain.
SARATOGA WATER.—A fresh supply t
this delightful and exhileraliog water just receive
*>y \ R W. POWERS, Druggist,
fehtof Corner Main and iflithst*.
OAA BOXES Hue GUNPOWDER TEA, fc
«vV sal* by WM. TAYLOR A SON.
JanSI
Financial anti CommorciaL
THE GOLD AND SILVER MARKET.
Richmond, February 10, 1866.
Broken wen buying gold to-day at 138, and
telling at 140.
Silver buying at 133; aelling at 136. Market very
quiet.
TOBACCO MARKET.
Ten hogshead* were put up at auction to-day.—
One was taken in at $2 50, and the balance were
■told a* follow*: One at $5 40, one at $5 60, one at
$12. one at $15, two at $14, two at $25, and one at
*32.
In New York, on the 9th inst.. Leaf was quiet, be
cause of the inclement weather. Sale* were 73
hhds Kentucky at 9 to 21r., aud 78 bale* Havauua
on private terms. In Manufactured there has lieeu
increased demand for parcels in Iwnd for export.—
Other descriptions neglected.
In Petersburg, Ya.. on the 9th inst.. sales in the
warehouses were 15 hhds at from $3 till to $27.
In Cincinnati, on the 7th inst,, Leaf was steady
aud liriii—receipts light. Sales were 43 hhds Mason
county at from $3 fit) to ?2S; 2 hhds southern Ken
tucky- at $27 and $40, aud 4 hhds Virginia at from
$12 50 to $30 25.
In Louisville, on the 7th inst., 200 hhds were of
fered. There were, rejections of bids on 14 hhds
balance were sold at from #2 90 to $3U. Market
slider.
lu New Orleans, on the 30tli ultimo, the supplies
were not sufficient for large operations. Stock on
hand 2548 hhds. Good 20c., tine 24 to 25c., and ad
vancing. _■
STEAMBOATS, RAILROADS, &c.
^H)R LYNCHBI'K<l '
RICHMOND AND DANVILLE AND SO0THSIDERAIL
ROAD*.
Passenger Trains leave Richmond daily (except Sun
day) at 7:40 A. M.
THROUGH TICKETS.
First class, six dollars; second class, flvo dollars;
children between the ages of six and twelve years,
haltM'.rst-clas* rates.
The bridges on tbe Sonthslde road having been re
built, this line is
Nii W OPEN WITHOUT INTERRUPTION TO LYNCH
BURG.
Passengers leave Richmond at 740 A. N., and arrive
in Lvnchburg at 5 P. SI.
Trains connect at Lynchburg with trains on the Vir
xiuia and Tennessee railroad.
J. H. LESTER,
Ticket Agent Richmond and Danville Railroad.
febllt-tf__
F)U BALTIMORE,SAYANNAH-anri . „
aud BOSTON. fWlWffiTh 1
_ <J!\ 11HM
POWHATAN STEAMBOAT COMPANY.
The steamer STATB OF MARYLAND, Captain Thos.
Traverse, will leave here at 12 o'clock, M , WEDNES
DAY, the 14th instant.
Freight received Monday, Tuesday and up to II
o'clock, A. M., Wednesday.
Tfai- steamer has splendid accommodations for pas
sengers.
Passage.$5
ror ireignt or passage, appiy 10
DAVID A WM. CURRIE, Agents,
office at Charles T. Wortham A Co.’s
febl2—3t Fifteenth street.
JfOR NEW YOKE .
The new anil elegant side-wheel steam
ship
NIAGARA,
Captain COUCH,
Will leare Lndlam JS Watson’s wharf, at Rocketts,
TUESDAY, at 1 o'clock, P. M.
Passengers are requested to be punctual to the bom.
Tickets and berths secured either at iut office or ou
board.
Freight taken at reduced rates, and receired until
11 o’clock Tuesday murnlng.
Freight capacity very largo and passenger accommo
dations unequaled.
fcbli-’Jt 0ARRET F. WATSON, Rocketts.
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
XTIRGIN 1 A.—At Rules held in the Clerk’s
\ office of the Circuit Court of Buckhighaui county,
on Monday, the 6th of February, IbW—
Edmund W. Huhurd and Willie J. Eppes, executors «f
Martha 11. Eppes, deceased, the same Edmund W.
lluh.trd and Surah A. his wife, and Willie J. Eppes,
in their own right, and the sum* Edmund W. Hu hard,
trustee for Mary M. Bolling—Plaintiffs,
against
William 11. Chappell, and all other the creditors of the
«• tale of Martha B. Eppes, deceased, when ascertain
ed, John W. Eppes, Eliza W. Eppes, Philip A. Boll
ing and Mary M. his wife, Francis Eppes, John (J.
Page and Nellie his wife, and Ann Q. Eppes—Defend
ants.
IN CHANCERY. \
The object of this suit in to ascertain the debts due by
the estate of the *aid Murthf B. Eppes, aud to close the
, administration of her estate. Audit appearing by an
affidavit in this cause that the defendant, Francis Eppes,
K not an inhabitant of this Stale, on the plaintiff*' mo
tion, it is ordered that the said Francis Eppes do appear
within one month after due* publication of this order,
and do what Is necessary to protect his intere*t, and
* that a copy of this order he forthwith ii».*erted in the
Richmond* Whig, a public newspaper published in the
citv of Richmond, for four weeks successively, and
l ported at the front door of thu Court House of this
I county on the tirst day of the uext County Court.
A copy—-Teste:
R. K. IRVING, C. C. C.
A.Mosklkt, J
X. F. BdcoCK, febl2—la%v4w
\TIRGINIA.—At Utiles lieltl in the Clerk’s
Office of the County Court of Powhatan county,
fr..m the 1st to the 3d day of January, Inclusive, In the
year lMiti—
Thomas J. Noble and Sarah E. his wife—Plaintiffs,
Elizabeth Stratton, Albert Hobson, Ann E. McLaurine,
formerly Ann K. Stratton, aud lizzie, Alice, Harriet,
Samuel and Milner Hobson, the live last being infant
children ol Mary Frames Hobson, deceased, formerly
Mary Frances Stratton—Defendants,
IN CHANCERY.
i This suit i* brought for a division of a tract of land
in Powhatan county, containing 473 acres, devised by
Milner J. Sttatton, deceased, to the defendant Elizabeth
Stratton for her life, and the plaintiff* having tiled their
bill, aud it appearing by affidavit tiled that the defend
ant* Albert Hobson, Ann K. McLaurine, I.izsie, Alice,
Harriet, Samuel and Milner Hobson, are uon-resident*
oLdhe State of Virginia, on the motiou of the plaintiffs,
l»y Willis J. Dance. Esq., tlieir attorney, it is ordered
, that the said ab*ent defendants do appear here within
one month after due publication of this order, aud du
what is necessary to protect their interest herein, and
that a copy of this order be forthwith inserted iu the
' Richmond Whig, a newspaper published in the city ol
5 Richmond, and continued «hico a week for four succes
sive weeks, and that another copy be posted at the front
door of the court house of this county on the next
county court day.
A copy—Teste:
jaui7-law4w K. F. GRAVES, Clerk.
"TTIRGINIA :—At rules taken in the Clerk’s
\ Office of the Circuit Court of Prince Edward coun
ty, on the tir-l Monday in February, lsffii—
Henry S. Guthrey—Plaintiff,
AGAINST
, Andrew C. Elliott, John Dauby, William L. Womack,
James White bead, and A. 1>. Diekin*ou, executor ol
„ Wyatt Whitehead, deceased—Defendants,
IN CHANCERY.
The object of Ibis suit is to recover against the defen
dant Andrew C. Elliott the sum of *3,369 99, with inter
est from 7th October, 1366, and to attach the estate ol
the said defendant Elliott, in the hands ol the defen
dants John Danbv, William L. Womack, James White
’ K—« ik.ol A I) iliekinson. of Wvutl White
- head, deceased.
j It appearing by affidavit Med that the defendant An
drew C. Elliott is a non-resident of this State, on the
motion of the plaiutilf by counsel, it la ordered that the
said defendant Andrew Elliott do appear within one
mouth after due publication of this order and do whal
is necessary to protect his interest, and that a copy ol
this order be published once a week for four successive
weeks in the Richmond Winn, a newspaper printed ir
a Richmond, and that another copy thereof be posted al
1 the front door of tbo court house of said county on tht
first day of the next county court,
o " A Copy—Teste:
Irbs-lawiw_B. J. WORSHAM, C, C.
\VIRGINIA—TO WIT :—At rules held in tht
Cleik s tiffiqe of the Circuit Court for the count}
of Halifax, on the Bret Monday in February, lsCti,
Clement M. Adkisson—Plaintiff,
aoaixsy
r William Conner—Defendant,
IN DEBT AND UPON ATTACHMENT.
The object of this suit at law and attachment is to re
cover Ihe sum of two hundred and uiuety-fonr dollar
• and sixly -Bve cents, with interest thereon from the flr»
s day of March, ISM,alleged to be due the plaintiff frou
the defendant, by bond, and to subject effecis iu ih>
I' hands of Guilford Cana ls, as administrator of Allen
J Conorr. deceased, to the payment of said claim.
It appearing by affidavit file! that the defendant Wil
ltaui Conner is a non reeideul of the Stale of \ irgima
it is ordered that he appear here, within one raomh af
, ter due publication ol this order, and do what is ueces
" sarv to protect his interest in ibis suit; and that a cop}
of this order be published once a week, for four sue
> cessive weeks, in the Richmond Wnw, a newspaper pub
- lished in this Slate, and another copy posted al thi
front door of the court house of this county, on thi
first day of the next county court.
A Copv—Teste:
' JAMES MED1.ET.Jh .Clerk.
* KlisHa Barksdale, Jr., P. Q. fekj-Uwiw
' ■\7TRGIN1A—TO W1T At rules held in thi
1 V Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for the count}
f of Halifax, on the first Monday in February, 1x08,
f William 8. Barksdale,aaigneo of Beverly C. Walker
f Plaintiff,
- AUA1XST
a James W. Ragland, Thomas A. Ragland and John
- Potty— Defendants,
IN DEBT AND UPON ATTACHMENT,
g The object of this suit at law and attachment is to re.
cover the sum of six hundred dollars, with interesl
thereou from the I't January, 1S5», alleged tube dm
the plaintiff from the said defendants, by bond, and tc
subject ihe real estate of ihe said James W. Ragland,
in Ihe cuuntv of llsllfax,' to the payment of said claim
It appearing by affidavit filed that the said de'etidaul
o James W. Ragland is a non-resident of ihe State of \ ir
V glnia, it is ordered that he appear here wi bin un«
•t month after due publication of this order, and do wbal
i is necessary to protect bis interest in this suit; and Ibai
* a copy of inis order be published once a week, for foul
successive weeks, in the Richmond WHis,a newspapet
published in this State, and auother copy posted at the
(rout door of the courthouse of this couuly, on th«
first day of the uext county court.
A Copv—Teste:
■ • J ames MEDLEY, Jr., Clerk
-* Katshs Bcaxsnat.H. Jr . P <j febS-lnw4w
VIRGINIA At Rule* held in the Clerk’s
1 Y Office of th- Circuit Court sf the city of Richmond,
on the 7th day of February, I soil,
Nicholas Mills Corbin—Plaiutilf,
AOAl.xai
Samuel J. Harrison and others—Defendants.
The object of this suit is to obtain a decree declaring
that the deed of release and conveyance, dated Ibe 30th
day of April, lx*»d. by < harles 8. Mills and Robert K.
Howisuo, executors of Nicholas Mills, deceased, to (he
s defendants, Robert A. Lancaster, Samuel W. Harwood,
1 R o. Nulling and Samuel J. llarrisou, admitted to re
cord in the Clerk's Office of the Court of Hustings f.ii
ibe city of Richmond, on the 28th day of May, 1X83, was
a breach of trust ou the part of the said executors, tn
which the said defendants participated, and that the
I real estate described in ibe said deed as certain real
estate lying in the city of Richmond, on Frauklin,
Fourteenth aud New streets, whereon the Exchange
Hotel building and appurtenance* have been erected,
is liable, in the hands of the said defendant* and of Ihe
defendant William A. Stuart, to the satisfaction of the
. lieu of the deed of the diet day of July, 183#, partlcu
.. lady described lathe said first mentioned deed.
Au«i kSilAvlt haring h«»en uia*1** and ll«wl thal ihe de
“ fendant. Sanisei J. Harrison, above named, U not a re
sident of this State, th* said defendant i" required to
appear within one month after due publication her*'of,
j. *n|| do what is necessary to protect bis interest in this
. . A Copy—Teste:
fob#—lawlw BENJ, POLLARD, Clerk.
SHIPPING HEWS.
MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS.
TO sirilT.
STE ARKHIP*. LBAVR P»» DATE.
City Manchester.New York....Liverpool.Feb. 14
Africa.Boston.Lieerpool.Feb. 14
; Eagle.New York-Havana.Feb. 14
I Citv Washington.Sew York....Liverpool.Feb. 17
Helvetia.New York....Liverpool.Feb. 17
Bavaria .New York....Hamburg.Feb. 17
Fulton.New York....Harvre.Feb. 17
Santiago de Cul.a.New York....California.Feb. 2.1
Australasian.New York — Liverpool.Fob. 21
NVw York.New York_California.Feb. 21
South America.. .New York.... Rio de Janeiro.. Feb. 22
Scotland.New York.... Liverpool.Feb. 24
Bremen .New York-Bremen.Feb. 24
Corsica -New York.... Havana v Nas’u.Feb. 2ti
Canada.Boston.Liverpool.Feb. 2S
MINIATURE ALMANAC—February 12, 186d.
Sun rise*.®;43 I Moon rises. 4:.4
F«n sets.5:17 | High tide.1:41
PORT OF RICHMOND, Fkbrpabt 11, 1866.
ARRIYRD.
Steamer City of Richmond, Stranaban, Norfolk,
merchandise and passengers, Haskins A Bridgford.
| Schooner Bodkin, Stone, Norfolk, shingles, A. Mills
paugh A Co.
Steamer Petersburg, Travis, Baltimore, merchandise
and passengers, D. AW. Currie.
Schooner Roxana, Frank, Baltimore via Norfolk,
! grain, Hagan A Co.
Steamer L. 0. Cannon, Price, Fort Monroe, U. S.
Q. M.
BAILED.
Steamer Petersburg, Travis, Baltimore, merchandise
and pasaougere, D. A W. Currie.
Steamer S. O. Pierce, Bennett, New York, U. S.
(1. M.
Steamer Albemarle, Bourne, New Y’ork, via Norfolk
and City Point, merchandise and passengers, S. Ayres
A Co.
Steamer Saratoga, King, New York via City Point
aud Norfolk, uierchandlie and passengers, G. F. Wat
Scbooner S. N. Smith, Dill, Norfolk, D. A YV. Cur
rio.
Schooner Reading R. R., No. 35, Baker, merchandise,
Western Blanch.
Schooner Specie, Smith, Western Branch, merchan
dise, Captain
Schooner Catawamteak, Packard, New York, mer
chandise, A. MilUpaugh A Co.
IIELOW.
Schooner Clara Bell, Jonos, Baltimore, i* reported off
Hog Island, beating up, yesterday morning.
HI3CHLLANKOU8.
A despatch from Washington has been published sta
ting that the United States Consul at Vera Crui had no
tilled the State Department that one of the crew of tho
brig Monica, of PlUston, Maine, had reached that point
ami reported the loss of the brig at sea, Ac. The re
port is untrue. The Monica nrrived at Savannah Janu
ary 3J from Richmond, aud remained there at the latter
part of January.
The schooner Panama, from Nansenmnd, Va., for
Providence, was at Newport on tho 8th instant ; also the
Maria Webster ditto ditto.
AMUSEMENTS.
RICHMOND THEATRE.
J_N Corner or Seventh and Broad Streets.
H. GRAU.-.SOLE LESSEE.
MONDAY EVENING, February 12,ISM,
By request, the beautiful drama of
EUSTACHE BAUD1N.
Conclude with the drama of
febl2—It T OODLES.
LECTURES.
CNHARLES CARTER LEE will deliver a
J Lecture on LAUGHTER, its uses, abuses and
sources, at eight o’clock MONDAY NIGHT in the Hall
of the House of Delegates.
Tickets, 40 cents. To be had at the Bookstores, Da
vies’Musical Exchange, Cole A Turner's News Depot,
and Read A Montgomery’s. feblo—2t
PERSONAL.
IF HENRY GATC1IEL, who left England in
1848, and resided snmo years in Montgomery (Ala.),
be still living, his friends In Liverpool will be glad to
hear from him. Any information will bo gladly re
ceived bv KERNAG1IAN A SAUNDERS,
tVhft ttt Solicitors, Dublin.
WANTED.
WANTED.—The subscriber wishes to se
cure the services of a YOUNG LADY’, compe
tent to take charge of a Female School, at luy house,
where 1 propose to accouiniodato twenty youug lady
students. 'I he applicant ipust be competent to teach
the English and French Branches, and give Instruction
on the Piano. Address J. M. \V. LKFTW1CH,
febl0-6t Gogginsville, Franklin county, Va.
Wf ANTED—STORAGE.—The U. Status
VV Ordnance Department having vacated our ware
house, we are Dow prepared to receive Storage to the
bulk of 10,nno barrels, and solicit a call
Our terms for Storage are the satile as established by
the Richmond Board of Trade in 1840, payable iu specie
or its equivalent.
Vessels aud canal boats discharge and load at oar
bouse FREE OF CARTAGE.
feb»t I.EK A PETTYJOHN.
VIT-ANTED—TO CAPITALISTS—A PART
VV NEK, with a cash capital of #30,000, to take an
interest in a Mercantile House, doing a business of over
a half million dollars per annual For particulars, ad
dress ABC, care of Wnta Olllce, Richmond, Vir
ginia. __ janij-tf
Hides wanted.
DRY, GREEN AND SALTED HIDES.
Also, TALLOW,
for which the highest cash price will he paid by
• O. H. CHALK LEY' A CO.,
Leather Dealers, Cary street,
decl9f between Eleventh and Twelfth.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
170R SALE—At a very great bargain,
|s TWO TWKMK vfc vi~i e.«..ileM
streets. Rnx95] ; ONE TENEMENT, on Canal, in*^™
rear of above, 38x57] ; one LOT on Fourth street,
between Cary and Canal, north side; ono l.OT, corner
Arch and Second streets, 3*1x110 feet; one LOT on Clay
street, next Thos. W. Brockonbrougb, 48 feet by 15n, to
an alley 15 feel wide.
For terms, apply to DANIEL H. LONDON,
feblO-tf 13th street, near Cary.
I .''OR SALK—A very handsome Cottage M
^ Residence, with flve'large and airy rooms, Jgil
in the village of Chester, half way between '
Richmond and Petersburg, with the privilege of
a free ticket on the railroad.
The Lot is one-fourth of an arre to extout, adjoins
the hotel property, and could easily bo converted into
a store, business house or school houso.
For terms, Ac., apply to
SP1LMAN A BLACKWELL,
feb6—]w Corner 15th and Main streets.
IT'OR SALE—A valuable business LOT on
’ the west side of Shockoe Slip. Apply to
B. DENNIS,
j»n3n-lw Cary, between 15Mi and 18th sis.
FOR RENT.
E'lili KENT—The UPPER PART ..I the**
building occupied by the subscriber, with the (RIB
CELLAR attached
For terms, apply lo
C. W. PURCELL,
Heautieul rooms for business
FOR KENT—The second story of our New Build
ing, on Governor street, near Main, approached by an
elegant and large plate-glass door and a broad stair
way, wilh Gan, Water and other conveniences. The
main room is of the same si/e of our store underneath.
To a good tenant and a suitable business the rent will
be moderate WOODHOBSE A PARHAM,
Booksellers and Stationers,
feb2-tf Governor if., near Main.
IjMJK RENT.—Wo otter for rent one or more
of those LARGE FLOORS, over our store, on Cary
street, three doors from Thirteenth. They are ad
mirably adapted to almost any kind of business,
janll.tr K/ 0. JAMES * CO.
FOR SALE.
OPFICB OF J. K. ALLEN A CO., 1
Oitosite Sr. (iiakils Hotel. S
IT'OR SALE—Fifty shares STOCK, National
. Bank of Virginia
111 shares STOCK, Fir*t National Bank of Richmond.
febliMt___
OlIEEP! SHEEP!
0 —
i have on hand a large lot of line!
young SHEEP, bought up in Soutbwes-f
Uru Virginia, and selected with great}
care, embracing the following different
stocks, vii : Cols wold, Bakewelland Southdown. They
are one and two years old in Ihe Spring. Those who
intend raising Sheep will do well to call and supply
themselves, as I will sell them in large or small lots t<
suit purchasers. 1 also have several thorough-bred
Bl’CKS, two rears old tn the Spring, which 1 will sell
separately if desired. JAMES C. McCUE,
febl-lm Alton, Virginia.
BOARDING.
BOARDING.—Ten or twelve gentlemen cun
bo accommodated with BOARD, by the day, al
low rates. A. A. WILBON,
jan25-tf_ Ross street.
Ij'RESH HOMINY,
1 BEST TABLE BUTTER.
REEVE A MATO,
Franklin street,
fuglOf between Eighth and Ninth.
pLASTER.
CLAIBORNE
RICHMOND GROUND
PLASTER.
The subscriber is prepared to furnish the above cele
brated brand of Plaster, warranted pure and made from
Hie best Windsor Lump BiT Farmers can exchange
Corn for Plaster, and will be allowed the highest mar
ket price. ROBERT J. SMTHI,
feblO-cSm Shockoe Mill.
Removal.—o. 11. chalkley a o>.,
HIDE AND LEATHER DEALERS, have removed lu
their new store, ou Cary, between Eleventh and
Twelfth streets, where they have just received anew
stick of LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS, Ac., which lliey
will sell low to their old friends and the public.
Call aud examine our stock.
f-.hlof 0. H. CBALKLKT A CO
C'l EM ENT.
J loo barrels CEMENT, for sale on arrival.
feb9f LEE A PKTTVJollX.
r BARRELS SUPERIOR SORGHUM
s) 30 barrels No. 1 family FLOUR
fsl barrels extra FLOUR
24 bushels pure CLOVER SEED
For sale by MARTIN A CARDOZA,
feb9-2t Crmmtssion Merchants.
/1 RINDS TONES.
|i 44ms Nova Scotia (Machinery) GRINDSTONES,
Sundry sires, weighing from 7uu to l,4»w pounds each.
For »alo on coustgumcnl.
feb9f — LEE A PETTYJOHN.
pOSIN AND SPIRITS TURPENTINE.
SO barrel* No*. I and 2 North Carolina RUSIN’
2u barrel* SPIRITS TURPENTINE
For sale by J. C. TARDY k CO.
feb9-tit _ '_
"ITTHITE GREASE—lit kegs ami bo.xe*.—
1 \ The ch«a|ieit and mint convenient article for
Axles, Gearing, Ac. For sale by
K. W. POWERS, Druggist,
feblof Corner Main and 15th els.
DEY GOODS, CLOTHING, Ac.
rjMIE ATTENTION
or THE
LADIES 18 CALLED
To my Urge etock of
DOMESTICS AND SPBINti CALICOES, Ac.,
Just received at
173 BROAD STREET, CORNER SIXTH. •
flood Bleached COTTONS, 2S, 30, 40 cents, being mnch
below the New York prices of throe weeks ago.
Brown COTTONS, 2A, 30, 3.V
Cotton and Linen SHEETING.
Spring CALICOES.
TnWELS, TABLE DAMASK, and other Housekeeping
Articles, to be sold at greatly reduced prices.
CALL 800N, while Bargains are going.
W. R. POLK.
feb7f 173 Broad street, corner Sixth.
O T I C E .
We beg leave to inform our patrons and the public in
general, that we shall, until the 1st of March, offer our
stock of
DRESS GOODS,
CLOAKS,
• SHAWLS,
WOOL HOODS,
BREAKFAST CAPES,
Ac., Ac..
At and below cost, without reserve, being desirous to
make room for our Spring Stock.
Call early and aecnre the bargains at
A. HIRSH A CO.'S,
1M Broad street,
feb3f Between Sixth and Seventh.
'yy'ILL^AM IRA SMITH & CO.,
CLOTHIERS,
112 Math Street.
WILLIAM J. GLENN,
L. B. STARKE,
R. A. SAUNDERS,
Can be fonnd at the above house, and invite their
friends generally to call and
EXAMINE THEIR STOCK,
Feeling assured that they can satisfy the want* of al
in want of
SOMETHING REALLY NICK AND GOOD
in the way of
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING. jaolti-tf
T^O HUMBUG! NO HUMBUG!
CALL AND SEE FOR TOURSELVE8
THE GREAT BARGAINS
SELLING AT
JACOB EZEKIEL'S, fto. 41 MAIN STREET,
WHO IS CLOSING OUT HIS PRESENT STOCK OF DR1
GOODS AT. AND IN MANY INSTANCES LES8 THAI
COST, TO MAKE A CHANOe'iN HIS BUSINESS ON TH1
FIRST OF JANUARY NEXT. n°r2S t
ALENTINE & FRANKLIN,
* BROAD STREET,
Between Eighth and Ninth
NOTION8,
HOSIERY,
GLOVES and
We have just received a furtheraddition to our stock
making it as complote as at any time during the season
We call attention to
Woolen floods, Sontags and Capes
Cotton, silk and linen cambric Handkerchiefs
Ladies' and Gents' woolen and cotton Hosiery
Buck, Berlin, silk and other Gloves
Coal, vest aud trimming Buttons
Ladies’ and Cents’ linen and paper Collars
Ladies’ and Gents' woolen Shirts and Drawers
Rubber and horn Combs and Buttons, great variet
New style Head Nets
Magic Ruffles, Hoop Skirts
Skirt Braid, Soaps
Perfumery, Ac., Ac.,
At wholesale, and as low as they can be bought any
where MANN S. VALENTINE,
dedft-tf '_ P. A FRANKLIN.
QREAT REDUCTION !
Ih order to rednce our stock of
WINTER CLOTHING
As muck as posslble-by Spring, wo are now
SELLING OFF
OVERCOATS,
BLANKETS and SHAWLS,
HEAVY CAS8IMERE SUITS
And ail Winter Clothing, al greatly reduced prices,
janllf WKRTENBAKEK A WJLLIAMS.
jgSTABLISHED 1H3«!
WF.RTENBAKER & WILLIAMS,
SUCCESSORS TO
KEEN, BALDWIN A W I L L I A M I
102 MAIN STREET.
At this favorite old stand our friends will And Ih
same superior quality
CLOTHING,
GENTS’ FURNISHING GOODS,
SOFT HAT!
TRUNKS, VALISES, Ac.,
lo which they were accustomed before the war, and i
prices quite reasonable.
We are determined to spare no effort to please, an
to maintain the reputation which the honse has eujoyt
for the last twenty-8 ve years.
Additions are being made to onr stock by every a
rival, and purchasers will consult their own interest l
calling on us. All goods warranted,
dec-tf WBKTKNBAKBK A WILLIAMS.
TJOwF AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHIN'
"overcoats"
PANTS,
VESTS,
Black, Grey, and Fancy SUITS, to lil Boys from foi
years old up ; also largo boys.
WHITE SHIRTS,
UNDERSHIRTS,
SOCKS,
COLLARS,
TIES, Ac.
WILLIAM IRA SMITH A CO ,
feb2-tf 112 Main street.
Hall & hutchison,
importers and Jobbers <
NOTIONS and WHITE GOODS,
at the old stand of Thomas, Hughes A Caldwell,
No. 7 Fourteenth street,
between Main and Cary streets,
RICHMOND, V.
The subscribers have formed a co-partnership t
above, and are now prepared to exhibit a WELL SI
LECTED STOCK OF GOODS purchased from mi
hands for cash, and will be pleased to serve their ol
friends and the trade generally.
JOHN W. HALL,
Formerly of Thomas, Hughes A Caldwell.
-EDGAR S. HUTCHISON,
Formerly of McVeigh, Howard A Co.,
decilf Lynchburg, Va.
jyj-EN’S UNDERWEAR HOUSE.
W. H. HAYWARD, No. 84 Main street, below Fou:
tecnth street, dealer in all kinds of GOODS for MEN
UNDERWEAR, Toilet and Fancy Articles, Perfumer;
Notions, Ac., Ac. Also a great variety of Ladies' an
Children’s Hosiery, Gloves, Zephyr, Hoods, Nubia
TV_.. F .s t-U.1 _ A..
GEORGE RUSKKLL, long and favorably known t
tho citizens of Richmond, respectfully Informs his o!
customers and friends that he can he found at theabov
house, where he solicits a continuance of their favor
sop27t _
JA3. E. HDBKE8R.... JA9. I.. POWERS.... J!*0. P. YAXCB1
JJURRESS, POWERS & YANCEY,
112 MAIN STREET,
(Up Stubs,) RICHMOND, VA.
The nnderslgned have formed a co-partnership for tt
purpose of conducting a wholesale jobbing business i
WHITE GOODS, HOSIERY, FANCY GOODS AN
NOTIONS.
Our stock has been selected with great care, an
bought exclusively for cash. We Hatter ourselves w
can offer to the merchants of Virginia, North Carolii
and Tennessee, superior inducements
We call the attention of the trade to our stock of Can
brics, Swiss Muslin, Irish Linens, Brilliants, Hen
stitched and L. C. Handkerchiefs, Silk and Cottc
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Gloves, Fancy Woolen Good
Umbrellas, Spool Cottons, Sewing Silks, Buttons, N.
lions In great variety, Tailors' Trimmings, Ac., Ac.
We are determined to sell these goods as low as the
can be bought anywhere ; and we conHdently invil
the attention of the trade to our house.
octllf BURRESS, POWERS A YANCEY.
OM. MARSHALL,
• WITH
HALL A nUVenE80N,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBER*
OF
NOTIONS AND WniTK GO"PS.
No 7, Fourteenth Streot, below Ma n, Richmond, Va
JenSf /__
NATHAN’S HOOP SKIRTS,
With Improved corrugated iudeatructlble claapa.
These skirts are
Light, «
Elastic,
Handsome,
And Durable.
The best and Cheapest Bklrta manufactured fn tb
United 8tates.
We have just received a full line of the above Skirl
on consignment, and respectfully invite the attentio
1 of the trade to the same.
HALL A HUTCHESON,
jan3f No. 7, 14th st.. a few doors below Main.
| rpHE BEST ASSORTMENT OF
DRESS TRIMM1N08,
MANTLE ORNAMENTS,
All
dress buttons,
To be had at JOHN HARTZ1.
MTHutlng done to order.
JOHN HARTZ, 217 Broad st.,
Between Fourth and Fifth street,
novS tf Next dour to Mr. MltteldorfeP.
- ■ " 1
BAKERS’ FLOUR.
Just received,
150 BARRELS FLOUR,
A speciality fur Bakers, which has given perfect sat
isfactiou to several of our largest Bakers, who hav
ased it. A trial is invited. For sale by
S. P. LATHKOp, Agent,
janSOf Eighteenth street, south side of Dock.
Genuine lu bin’s extraotsviom
Musk, Joeky Club, Patchouly, Boqiiet Carolms
New Mown Hay, West End, Farina dee Noisettes, Tur
tie Oil Soap. Just received.
J. BLAIR, Druggist.
decl3t_ M Broad -ir. -t.
HOE’S CELEBRATED CIRCULAR SAWS
We have now in slots a complete
HUE S CIRCULAR SAWS, also RUBBER and LEATIltl
BELTING, to which v<i lake pleasure la calling ins as
tention of purchasers. w ^ * ca>
I feb2f Governor street.
V - . ,
LAND AGENCIES, Ac.
TjYXTENSIVK LAND AGENCY.
We have, recently, m»'e enquiries for lands inSouth
ern Virginia. We have many tract* on onr list not ad
vertised. Purchaser* who are not suited on the adver
tised list would do well to make enquiry at our office
or by letter. We may be able to offer such lands as
they want. We charge no commission* if no sal* i*
made in a reasonable time.
REFERENCES.—William T. Sutherlin, William T.
Clark, W. 8. Patton (Banker), Bouldin A Bouldin (At
torney*), Danville, Virginia ; James M Whittle, Hon..
George H. Gilmer, Hon. William M. Treadway, Pittsyl
vania Court House, Virginia; John R. Edmunds, Hali
fax Court House, Virginia; Wood Bouldin, Charlotte
county, Virginia; Hon. William Daniel, Richmond or
Lvnchburg; James Alfred Jones, Charles B. Williams,
A. Y. Stokes A Co., Richmond, Virginia. Mcllwaln,
Son A Co., Joseph E. Venable A Co., Petersburg, Vir
ginia; Erank N. Watkins, Farmville, Virginia; John
Wilson Samuel Watkins, Milton, North Carolina ; Hon.
Edwin G. Read, Roxborongh, North Carolina; Samuel
P Hill Yancoyville, North Carolina; Willie J. Palm
er, Charles Dewey, Raleigh, North t arolina; Bnllltt A
Fairthorue, Philadelphia ; Samuel Ayres, Son A Co.,
Charles R. Hunt, William L. Hill, Clament Bead,
D. Hill, New York ; Lillie, Brown A Co., Boston, Mas* ;
McClish, Rives A Co., Herbert A Hairston, Baltimore,
Maryland; John B. McPhail, Norfolk, Virginia; Con
w;ty Kobin-on, Alexandria, Virginia.
We offer the following:
A tract of SIX HUNDRED ACRES, about eight mile*
north of Pittsylvania Court House, all in original
foreat, heavily timbered, situated on the main road
from Lynchburg to Danville, on the immediate line of
the contemplated railroad from Lynchburg to Danville.
Also, a tract of ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY
THREE ACRES of thin land, on the White Oak moun
tain (thirty acre* in wood , *even miles from Danville.
Also, a tract In Snrry county. North Carolina, near
the Yadkin river—TWO HUNDRED AND FOURTEEN
ACRES—all In wood
Also, a Very desirable PRIVATE RESIDENCE, uewly
buill, with four largo rooms and two passages, two
storied, with unusually large garden site and lot,
in a Very desirable part of Danville
Also, SIXTEEN SMALL LOTS, between the Plank an!
County mads, about two acres each, about one and a
half miles from Danville. Sold in lots to suit pur
chaser*.
Also, one of the very finest private residences
in Danville, on Main street, joining the Farmer’s
Bank, six rooms, two storied very ample out-house*
and back and front grounds—buildings all newly built,
in fine taste, and the workmanship excellent. Dwell
ing roofed with tin, fine garden, beautiful enclosure
round the lot—very convenient to business part of
town.
Also, a MILL SITE, at or near Milton, with 14 acres of
Land attached, water power from Dan river—the Mill
house has been burned ; the power drove an eighteen
foot undershot wheel ; supply of water never failing ;
good spring and small House on the premises. The lo
cation is a very desirable one, being in the midst of a
very wealthy section of country. The Mill, before it
was burnt, had a splendid custom. Price, $2,000.
Also,
A TRACT OF LAND,
In Appomattox County, Va.— 239 acres—within two
and-a-baif miles of Pnm'plin’s Depot, but located imme
diately on South-Side Railroad, one-fourth in best For
est Growth, and one-fourth in Pine Forest ; lies very
level ; susceptible of highest improvements ; has a lied
of Ihe celebrated Appomattox Pipe Clay; also a Soap
■ stone quarry a few yards from the Railroad lied ; dwell
ing House, live rooms, office, kiteheu, ice-house’, Ac.—
[ The wood for fuel Is said to be worth more lii&n double
Ihe price asked, which is $3,000.
1 A TRACT OF TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY-F1VI
ACRES,
In the countv of Halifax, south side of Dan river
twelve miles s’euth of Boston Depot, nearly one-third
in original forest, thirty acres creek fiat, some fine plan'
land, well adapted to all the staple crops ; fine orchard
’ Improvements—ordinary dwelling, kitchen, stables,
new corn Crib, two good barns. The whole a desirabl*
this land. Terms—either cash or twelve months
credit.
, Also,
• A TRACT OF LAND IN THE COUNTY OF CHAR
LOTTE,
On Turnip Creek, adjoining the residence of old PatricV
Henry, deceased, containing live hundred and seventy
two acres, celebrated for raising the best manufacturing
tobacco. Originally a very rich soil, and now in gooi
heart, nearly one hundred acres creek and branch fiat
well timbered, with plenty of good plant land. Ini
provements—large, sound Dwelling House, eigh
f room*, usual ont-houses, ice-house, fine spring in I hi
garden, near the house—good orchards ; susceptible o
division, particularly Tor two tracts of three hnndvei
and seventy and two hundred and two acres. Terms -
Eight dollars per acre. A great bargain. We know thi
• tract.
Also,
. FIVE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES, O!
CAIN CREEK,
Three and a half miles northeast of Danville—lieardw
hundred acres of fiat ; all land of good body, in gooi
condition and little worn. The homestead improve
merits very moderate, bnt six good tobacco barns, sove
rat good orchards. Will be sold together or in tw
tracts.
One of
TWO HUNDRED AND FIVE ACRES,
For *1,500 cash. The two together for *7,issl cash, o
*g,00t>, one-fourth cash, residue in six, twelve and eigh
teen months. The wood, for fuel, sold in Danville
will more than pay for the tract.
Also,
' A HOUSE AND LOT IN MILTON, NORTH CAROLINA
Situated in the most central and business part of th
town, joining Newbell’s drug store. The house is two
storied ; could be made a comfortable dwelling, whil
the front room, with a little fitting up, would make on
of the finest store-rooms in town. Can he hough
cheap.
’> Also,
AN IMPROVED TRACT OF THREE HUNDRED ANJ
SIX ACRES,
One and a half miles from Danville—Dwelling House
e six rooms ; very good out-houses ; tine garden ; goo'
orchard, il can be divided to make two farmsjd abou
one hundred and fifty acres each. Near enough to hav
business oilices in Danville. The land produces th
best manufacturing tobacco. Also, suited to a dair
I, farm and market gardens. READ A HILL,
jan28 if Land Agents.
OUTHERNLAND, EMIGRATION ANJ
PRODUCT COMPANY,
ORGANIZED FOR THE PURPOSE OF
y 1TRODDCING
CAPITAli, LABOR AND MECHANICAL SK1L1
J INTO THE
SOUTHERN STATES.
r Branch Oeficb—Corner SBVBNTKKNTa and Dock Sts
RICHMOND, yiRGlXIA.
The undersigned, the Virginia Agent and Correspond
ent of the Soulhern Land, Emigration ami Product Com
pany, Headquarters New York, desires to introduce int
- the South, on a large scale, Stationary and Portabl
Engines, Saw and Grist Mills, Sash, Blinds, Doors an
,f all kinds of Building Material, Cotton Gins and Pressei
Wagons, Whiskey and Turpentine Stills, Agricultura
Implements and Labor-Saving Machinery of all kiuJ>
at manufacturers' wholesale prices, or in other wordi
to save to its customers from IS to 2U percout. of th
amount thev would be forced to pay if they go int
market themselves and buy at the lowest figures possl
" ble for individuals.
White Labor, German, Scotch, Ac., supplied. South
ern Lands sold, leased or exchanged. Consignments ■
I Southern Products solicited. Particular attention pai
j to the sale ot State and Railroad Bonds and all othe
Southern Securities.
Addros* S. T. WRIGHT,
nov25-tf Care Tardy A Williams, Richmond, Va.
EXTENSIVE LAND AGENCY.
r. X. BEAD, Will. I 1M A. SMITH,
Attorney at Law. Clerk Charlotte County
and Circuit Court.
READ A SMITH,
S LAND AGENTS.
i The undersigned have formed a connection for th
', sale and purchase of REAL ESTATE, leasing LAND*
hiring LABOR, Ac., Ac., in the counties of Charlotti
Lunenburg, Prince Edward, Appomattox ard Mecklen
- burg. A list of FARMS. Ac., for sale by us, will b
P remitted, on application, to any parties desiring to bu
» or lease in those counties.
References.—Judge Hunter Marshall, Hon. Williai
Seolt, William W. Read, William Green, Esqa., l/kai
lnlte rotinlv : Messrs. Echols. Bell A Catlett. Staunton
J. P. Mcllwaine 4 O . Petersburg; WilliamB. Kol.in>
Robert Morton, and I' Read, Richmond; and C'U
meet Read, New York city.
Address READ 4 SMITH,
Janl9-d4c.'im Charlotte county. Va
I" EMPLOYMENT OFFICE FOR FREEDMEN
J We have opened an office on Fifth street, b.-twee
Broad and Grace, in Richmond, for the purpose of se
® curing EMPLOYMENT FOR FREEDMEN, and furuishin
n Farmers and others with sneh class of labor as the
o may need.
Railroad contractors, farmers, manufacturers and citi
lens wanting Freedmen as laborers for any pnrpos*
J can leave their names with us, and we will securo lb
8 hands wanted.
a Freedmen desiring employment ran have theirname
registered in books kept in our office, and we will *«
' cure them places and attend te the making of contract!
feb7-dAclm GEORGE K. TAYLOR & CO.

I‘ X)U GERA’S COMPOUND lODlNIZKl
. COD LIVER OIL—The safest and most cilVetua
v preparation for Consumption. The advantage of (hi
„ Oil is due to the chemical addition of Iodine Broiuin
and Phosphorus, rendering it live times as strung a
pure Cod Liver Oil. A fresh supply just received by
K, W. POWERS, Druggist,
feblnf Corner'Main and 18th sts.
1 ESSENTIAL OILS.—Oil Lemon, Oil Cinna
'j mon, Oil Bergamot, Oil WiutergresiisOH Sa»safr.i
Oil Lavendef, <»il Juniper, Oil Anise, Oil Caraway, Oi
hitter Almonds, Oil Myrbane, Oil Peppermint, Oil Pen
nyroyal. Oil Wc.rmseed, Oil Crolon, Oil Black Peppm
Oil Orange, Oil Origanum, 4c., 4c. For sale by
feblof A. BODEKER & BRO.
CMOKING TOBACCO FOR SAI.E.
offer to Southern dealers an article hf nice SMf 'K
- ING TOBACCO, which can be furnished in bales, bag
and papers, at a much lower price than it can nnw b
manufactured at.
Apply to the subscriber, No. ITS Main street, Lynch
bnrJ, GEORGE W. WARWICK.
febT—4t ______ _
OILS ! OILS ! !
10 barrels Machine Oil
10 •* pure Sperm Oil
8 «* Train Oil
» 8 •• Whale (Ml
a In “ Linseed OH
10 “ puie Kerosene or Coal Oil.
8 “ Paragon *M1
6 “ Turpentine
8 “ Bemiuu
For sale low. A. BODEKER 4 BRO.,
feblof Druggists, No. lo Main street.
^ U N DRIES.
London Porter, Scotch Ale, Table Claret, tin" London
Dock Brandy, flue Sherry Wine, best brands Charm
pagne, English, French and American Must*™.
Green and Black Teas, Worcestershire sauce, hug 1st)
Chow Chow, 4r., 4c., in store and fee *al" g , ,
febdf OEH. I- HERRING *«>._
Bacon ami lard. 1K„on,nKHt,
18,00.. pounds Bacon HI DBS and SHODLDKRb,
2,800 pounds »ngar «uved HAMS,
10 barrel- prime *®a^ LARD,
In More and for sale hy^RfjE , HERRING 4 CO.
!»»b*>f ___ —. * ■ ■■■■ ■ — -
O UGAR and CDf FEE.
^ f I harralebard and soft rsflned SUGAR,
; ° J hogshead. P. R. SUGAR,
28 bag" old Government Java COFFEE,
lo bags prime Laguayra COFFEE,
28 bags prime Rio COFFEE,
VftP &&!<) low by
Melf GEORGE I. HBKRING 4 CO._
’ I A HHDS. PRIME NEW BACON SIDES,
IU 8 hhda. •» “ “ Shoulders
10 barrels “ •• “ Hams—su
gar cared.
In store, fur sale by
, f,.bli»r E. G. JAMES 4 CO.J
f 1AA POCKETS JAVA COFFEE,
IvU 1IS> hags RIO COFFEE,
•In hags LAGUAYRA COPFEE,
Landing this day, for sale by
febT « 8. C. TARDY 4 CO.
IRON WORKS.
pKN'INSULAK MACHINE WORKS,
MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE.
RAILROAD MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES.
We are no* prepared to furnish at short notice, on the
receipt of plans and specifications, anv
and all styles of
CAR TRUCKS,
CASTINGS
and FORGINGS,
hand
AND
CRANK
CARS,
SWITCH IKONS and FROG CASTINGS,
IKON WORK
FOR
TURN-TABLES,
WATER
STATION
PUMPS
and FIXTURES,
BOLTS and NUTS.
BRASS CASTINGS.CAR BRASSES
And anything of this character needed by
RAILROAD COMPANIES.
We alao make a
SUPERIOR SAW ARROR,
With the bed and boxes east together, by which ar
rangement the boxes are not afflicted by any change In
the fiame . the Arbor is of cast steel, left the full sire,
the entire length. They are particularly adapted for
Wood Saws, and we can furnish the largest sire, 1.
inches diameter. 28 Inches between pulley and saw com
plete, with 24 inch Saw of K. Hoe A Co. a make, for
‘ Forty Dollars.
We guarantee our work equal to that of any olher
manufacture, and
AT AS LOW PRICES.
We also give our personal attention to the purchase
of any and all articles used by
RAILROAD COMPANIES,
Flattering ourselves that we can give satisfaction,
agricultural" machinery.
We are prepared to furnish, of onr own manufacture,
at short notice,
IMPROVED THRESHING.
CLEANING and SEPARATING MACHINES,
OF THE
WESTINGHOUSE, WKMPLE and
GEISER PATTERNS.
I» ENNINC, TON’S REAPER,
With an Improvement.
PELTON’S TRIPLE GEARED EIGHT and
TEN HORSE POWER8.
POWER and HAND CORN SHELLERS.
GALES PATENT HAY,
STRAW and FODDER CUTTERS.
And CIRCULAR SAWS,
Adapted to Farmers’ Uee.
We also sell, of the very best make,
STEEL TOOTH HAY and GRAIN RAKES.
CLARK'S 8UGAR CANE MILLS j
AND EVAPORATORS,
i n n o dV P 4 I) U W A /' V C
Of all size*.
MOWING MACHINES,
Of a variety of Pattern*,
IMPROVED SHINGLE MACHINES.
PORTABLE ENGINES AND SAW MILLS,
Of all size*.
STATIONARY ENGINES,
Of any desired Power, for Mill* and other Pnrpnee*.
We make
r forgings, iron and rrass castings
Of every dene rip lion,
And do promptly In the beel manner,
MILL WORK AND REPAIRS,
Of all kindri.
Particular attention paid to Making, Dressing mid
I T”P"l"a MILL PICKS.
Having a variety of new and beautiful patter as for
* IRON RAILING, we will enclose
' CEMETERY LOTS AND BUILDINGS
At low rate*.
r
By recent Improvements to our works, with the- addl
' tion of new tools and skillful workmen, we can guar
antee that our Machinery and Implements are e<| tat to
anv in the country.
> we respectfully solicit orders, either in person or by
’ mail, and will cheerfully give any information de
sired.
’ We desire to call your special atleutnm to our
I IMPROVED READING CORN SHELL HR,
Which wo have no hesitancy in uttering as the '. Yest
in use. ,
We arc now manufacturing this desirable implein. sni,
with heavy Wrought Iron Chambers, and ( ylind ers
covered with Thicker Iron than any ever before us.
j The Teeth arc of art Entirely new Pattern, lltted to t w
f Cylinder in such a secure manner that we are willi* g
1 to guarantee them for Twelve Months from date of pur
! chase, and will replace, free of charge, any that may rty
* out within that time. They ran be Reversed, and when
' finally worn out, he Heplared witIi New lines, without
the Cost of a New Cylinder—an advantage possessed l»v
no other pattern. We make an Iron Bark and Top U*
t the Hopper, rendering it much mure durable.
' BDDD Jt SHARP.
J. Thos. Bl'DD, of Maryland.
Thu*. R. Sharp, late of Columbia, S. C.
]un26-d&ctf __ _ _»_
rpHK UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED A
X CO-PARTNERSHIP, under the Urni of
, CARDWELL & FREKDLEY,
For the purpose of manufacturing and dealing In
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
AND MACHINERY,
* And have taken tho premises formerly occupied u
Bowers' Foundry, corner of Ninth and Cary streets,,
where they will lie happy to see the former friend- and
patrons of J. W. CARDWELL & CO., and alt others
who may favor them witba call.
A11 kinds of
- AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
MADE AND REPAIRED;
1 MILL MACHINERY
* A ND •
. JOB CASTINGS
’ made on ihu mobt favorable t»*rijjm.
JOHN W. CARDWELL,
J Of the firm of J. W. Cardwell St Co., Richmond, Va.,
janld-lm SAMUEL LKELDLEY.
■ Metropolitan works,
| Cocker of Skvkktii and Canal Stkect*.
Having supplied ourselves with the necessary pat
terns, we are prepared to execute, at .bon notice,
- orders for
EVERY DESCRIPTION
OF CASTINGS,
BRASS or IRON,
Say
IRON FRONTS, FOR STORES AND WAREHOUSES;
CASTINGS FOR RAILROADS, all kinds:
CASTINGS FOR MILLS AND MACHINERY GENE
RALLY ;
5 WAGON AXLES COMPLETE, with Boxes;
’ SASH WEIGHTS,
.’ ORATE BARS,
, *( ., *c.
ENGINES AND MACHINERY
, Of all kind* repaired hi the best mannerand with ijnick
despatch.
*S* SATISFACTION GUARANTEED..3*
We would call particular atten.ion to our facilitie*
for manufacturing and repairing
TOBACCO PRESSES, FLATTENING MILLS, *<:.
* Having done a consnieniuie quantity 01 mis
i lion of work receutly, our stock of patterns l» very
complete. •
J All the wrought and Cast Iron IVork for the II1 >W h
TRUSS" aud other Bridges supplied, including the
long, heSYy Bolts, Complete, with Nuts, Anglo Blocks
Washers, Ac.
, Wrought Iron and Wooden TRUCKS, for Ra'lmad*.
a fitted up complete, with Wheels and Axles, Sprir g*, Ac.
Having erecied a commodious Smith-Shop, we are
* prepared to do Blacksmiths' Work of all kinds, incln
- ding WROU0HT-1 RON GRATINGS, for Dwellings,
Warehouse*. Ac.
For the quality of the IKON and BRASS WORK sup
■ piled at this osrahll-hment. w.- respecifnllv beg leave
» to refer to Charles Campbell, Ksq . I upeiinten Jent City
, Gas Works, and t he olllc. rs of the James River and K.ma
w ha Canal, as well as t be Superintendents. Engineers and
' Master*Machinists of the several Railroads leading from
! this city , also, to Majoi E. T. D. Myers, Engineer Rich
* mood, Fredericksburg and Potomac anJ Klc'.imond and
Petersburg Railroads, and A. L. Maxwell, Esq., Bridge
Builder, Macon, Georgia, for whom we have executed
. large orders.
Since the admission, on 1st October last, ol Mr. J. J
Montague loan Interest in our
> SASH,
* BUND
ami DOOR
* Business, we have increased and improved «ur Ma
chinery, and are now prepared lo furnish wi .h n'-ain-'**
and dei-pateh, at lowest ea-h prices, Sash, Bl in.i», l»-or-.
Moulding*, and Scroll Sawing. ,
We ask especial attention to onr facilities forworkiug
' CIRCULAR MOULDINGS,
i -Of Any size. Hard Wood Mouldings ter Railway
Coaches, end Ornamental Sawing of all k;nom
■ Order, solicited. TANNER * MI BETS.
Hi^heut ouh price* paid for OLD
PER, kc.____
/ \LI) DOMINION NAILS.
^ 1 000 keg* OLD DOMINION NAILS
r I . . _ii ..erchascra, at lowest market price.
In lots to suit purchaser ^ g DoNNAN A CO.,
feb2.tf _Governor ilrect.
N-ryTICE.—For tTic purpose of winding up
our old business, the style of our firm, from this
ii,e. will he 8. C. TAllDY A CO.
* ignedl TARDY A WILLIAMS. ,
riciixoxd, Va., February 1st. lxfid. fehl-Xw
rpARDY, WILLIAMS It CO. are now making
preparations foroje*nlng, esrlv next season, the
celebrated Urrr SPKINGt-, In Bath eoantr, Virginia,
end are having the BUILDINGS REPAIRED and the
HOTEL REFURNISHED. Noilreof the time when thrjr
will be opened for \ tsiToRS will In* duly given .
ftM-EW _.
JUST RECEIVED, ON CONSIGNMENT,
fj 2o0 bbl* Kainons Epicurean and l.egg>' Faintly
Flour.
fin boxes Brown and Yellow Soap,
20 kegs Lard,
fit 10 lbs. Superior Roll Batter; Pickles, Ac ,
For «ale at lowest market rates.
WEISIGER. MONCURE A CO,
Jan22f 78, Main »!.. 'up •Mt'* ' _
P.HEAP GROCERIES!
1^7 CHEAP GK'hRl ES_
At ALEXANDER MoAULEY’S. No. K **•'"' *,r**''
tween Seventeenth and Eight
Best Coffee 8ngar at 2nc per 1*>
Fahr Cuba Sngar at lfic " ..
Best Rio Coffee, three lbs for *1
Best Gunpowder Tea at W-- P'
Good Black Tea at ♦> F»r ,h
Good Superfine Flour at * P«v 1D
ALSO
selling low. Rem* m ALgx][g|,BB M.:AULEYV
No. 17 Main stnet,
feb7--St Between Seveuteeath and Eighte enth.
^AUCTION SALES.—Future Days. I
By Christian. Lea A Co., Auctioneers. I
(tS Main atreat.) jH
ITTE WILL OFFEl7 FOR SALE AT AUC. _ ■
VV lion, on TCESPAY, February 13,1666, common- fl
ng at 11 o'clock, A. M., fl
3 bhdx. Bacon ShouMera fl
10 barrela P. K. Sugar fl
3 “ Pui retired Sugar fl
*>• B Sugar fl
20 “ Crushed Sugar fl
10 pockets Java Coffeo H
th) bags Kio Codec ■
20 barrels Vinegar fl
60 sacks Salt H
lo caddies Green Tea fl
6 chests Black Tea H
lc»> barrels Extra Floor 9
Iks) reams Wrapging Paper fl
20 barrels Whiskey fl
80 caae* Whiskey fl
10 cask* Bottled Ale fl
16 one-eighth casks Brandy fl
20 casea Chauipagne H
26 barrels Split Herrings H
M kits Mackerel ■
26 boxes Starch fl
26 boxea Pepper fl
fio boxes Snap I
23 boxes Castile Snap ■
to gross Blacking fl
to gross Matches H
So boxes Kent’* B. I. Coffee fl
inn barrela Onioaa W
3,wo Balters, in lota to suit purchasers fl
to doten Coal Hod* fl
ADDITIONAL. I
S<>» three-quarter boxes Manufactured To- fl
banco, various brands I
Parties desiring to eontrtbuts Goods lotbis sale will ■
please send them to our st.,r« Mondav. ■
febl2 -td* _ ^HRIsriAS, LEA A CO. I
By Pllklnton, Polttam A Co., a
I Auctioneers and Commission Merchant*, 46 Main at.) 1
FOR SALE AT AUCTION—We will JaL
sell, immediately after the sale of the Ches- 11 ill
ter Hotel properly, on FEBRUARY 1 ATII, 1666, at
the request of Mr. James L. Bradley, the beauti
ful two-acre LOT, With nice COTTAGE Ktbl HENCE
thereon, located about two hundred yard- from the Ho
tel and immediately ou the railroad, the yard level
with grade of the road. It I* considered the most valu
able lot at Chester. ... ... ...
T K KM' —1Un«?*third cai>h ; biUnw At *ud 1- noutbi(
negotiable notes. VTliuM ACO.^
Auetloneerv.
feb7-td« __ .__ —_ -
By Paine A Co.. Auctioneer*.
rpBUSTEE’S SALE.
Having been notilled by some of the creditor* secured
bv the died of trust from Huffard to Wilkin-on, admit
ttfil to record in tlie* court of Iluatio** for the city of
Richmond^OB the 16th day of January, 1<*», to carry
out the provisions of said deed, notice U hereby given
that, by virtue of stud deed, 1 liar* ‘l*1* day
charge of the entire stock In trade of D. 8. Huffard
therein conveyed, and wJU offer at
PUBLIC AUCTION.
On TUESDAY, the 13th Febroar/. ISOff, tbe entire
.Stock of said Hutfard, at his Store, on Thirteenth or
governor street. _ .
The k|0Ck of GOODS comprises a select assortment ol
Baan lies, Whiskey*. Wines. Ac., Ac Also a lot of the
.- c.,/ebrated Virginia Creole Bittere, of rare medicinal
properties.
TEAK*—1C AS H. .
All indebted to said Huffard
and aeltie at once. B- "• WILKINS
j»u3u-eodtd* Trustee^
O ALE OF ONE HUNDRED STOCK CAT
TLE AT AUCTION.—Will be sold at auction, ou
WEDNESDAY, February 14th, about one hundred
STOCK CaTTI-K. at Bacon's Quarter Branch, Richmond,
in lot* to suit pureha-ers. . .
Also at the same titae and place, a number of
GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS, containing much valuable
! Vblo-tJi*__- —
AtfKLIA LAND FOR SALE.-Tbe«r
i\ bm-er having failed to eomply with his Con-^p
tract, I Shall offer at public sale, on the Pr®™i,e‘;
for whan. rl mav concern, on t HI DAY, AM or_
February^ ray FARM OF THREE HUNDRED At RES.
on the Gentle, road, eight miles west
Tkkms—Ooe-turJ cash ; balance in one and two y#trv
with interest from Jay of sale ; title held till paymc t
in full is made.
Possession given immediately.
At same time i shall otter a lot of CORN and bli t CKs.
jan.TO-ctdsAdlwptda _E- RUFFIN, J».
TT AT.IT ABLE HOUSE uu4 LOT -a
y land for SALE.—I Will sell at public »ale, lilif
on MONDAY, —titb day of February ne*t, lLat be
i in# Court Jay, tho HOUSKaod WT8 now oftuj.. -i
j l,yI“e’ IN ABINGDON. VIRGINIA.
’ .The house is ailnated at the weal end of Abingdon,
■ bull/ by colonel John S. Pre«ton, sub.e.|"er.tly owned
! and oa/’upied by the late General John B Floyd. The
j House 1a Jbree stories above basement, four room, upon
E ea«b Boor, u most substantial brick, and when built,
both brick and .wood work were done in the beat man
ner and of the bo* .material, and i. now In good con
dition. There.la aj> Uc-lloiiae and ail necessary out
buildings upon Ilie pf.-mi-v
Tho ground upon which the bouse stands contains
nearly two acres, and is well «dt in gras,, shrubbery
; auJ trees. Immediately acroas the alley, from the
J house. U a GARDEN of one acre, in the highest sta t of
* cultivation, upon which is a large and commodious
btTh?.' residence is one of the uio.1 desirable in South
western Virginia,and any one desiring to reside in a Com
munity poas-s inga- much Intelligence any Ini Vr
eini.i would do prrll to examine this property. Tbc.o
is a female college asia gait academy in successful op*
ration in the place, and n.w of the denomlnatt.ma of
Christiana are w.-ll represented b, > >eir e bn re lo-a.
in ilie immediate vicinity of town, i La; e U* acre, of
LAND wliicli 1 will sell on the same day, eiuur with
the house and lot- nr separately, a. cltrumst.nce.IHa/
determine. VL,-Und Ilea immediately south and ad
joining the Barha Gardens, at the eaatern end of town
About oi.e-lhlrdUe»«uilent meadow laud. The Und
U very desirably sltuaUd, and Is known a» the Kin:, a
Mountain Tract . .. ,
On tho same day I will ael. all uiv Household and
1 Kite hear FURNITURE, BEDDING, Ac. Most of the
Furnitore la new. , , , . .
TEKMS OF SALE.—The House and Is,ts and Und
will he sold on a credit of six. twelve and eighteen
months, with 4,Rarest mi the purchase money fr-'iudate
, Of noles. Go-.,: s.-virlty will he required the P«J
j chasers. The Lira* will he retained till the prirchae*
money is paid. The V-iisehold and kitchen Furniture
wU1 bs,oU “»wm 4 ,Ml'* ot Tl ilINDRICKs.
| Abingdon, Va., JaEUaf) )!S,
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
Medical collegk of Virginia,
at JtlCHMGND.
SPRING AND SUMMER SESSION-***!.
1 A regular COURSE OK LECTURES in this Institution
' -will commence on the Pith of April, and continue four
•a.ouths, under the same regulations a, for the Winter
course. A commencement for conferring the Degree
w ill be held at the close of the session. All the re.|ul
SJH Anilities f'-r theoretical and practical instruction
,/ ace a* the go/iiinand of the faculty, including access to a
Uospitul couW-v.tng :LVi beds.
tPKEs—(Payabts T/jcurrency)—Matriculation •>; Tics
eta of seven Prob-es-.f-- fiofi ; Graduation *’“»
nrorrttrator of Anatomy *Io.
i-’or further Information, or » »oiv of the circular,
add r»*a ' L. a. /oYNF.e, N. D.,
fe VCdfcrllu Dean Of|fa Faculty.
WJ ASUiJtfGTON COLLEGE,
W LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA.
The n ext half r new on of this institution will to jin
Febraai y 1st amt end - g.ne Jsth. 1&B4I, under toe Presi
dency of General ROBERT E. LEE, assisted by a com
i patent corps «f J’rufes»or».
. TERMS.—Fur Tuition, Room R,*nt, and all other Col*
] lege foes, Vat, far the term of flvu months.
For further particulars, address
J decl.o-d&c.'im C. J. HARRIS, Clerk of Faculty.
I J^OKWOOJ) SCHOOL,
j NELSON COUNTY, VIRGINIA.
I William D. Cahei.l, (Grad. Univ. Va.) Principal.
Lacscelot M. Blackford,(M. A. Unlv Va.)
Euwaro Cl'XMKaHAM, Jr. (Grad. V M. I.)
The undersigned will open at his residence, in the
county of Nelson, on the Jaun-s River Canal, and with
in seven miles ol the Lvnchlrurg and Alexandria Rail
road, ON THE FIRST OF OCTOBER, !»«.;,
A HOARDING SCHOOL For BOVS.
He proposes to make it a ffrst-class school, and with
qualification* ; one a Master of Arts of the University o
Virginia, unJ a teacher of considerable experience , the
other a first honor graduate, and formerly Assistant In
structor in Mathematics, in the Virginia Military insti
tute.
TUB COt’KSB OB STCUT
Will comprise all the blanches of a Classical, Mathe
matical, and the usual English Education, looking to a
thorough preparation for the University, for College,
or for the ordinary pursuits of life
Letter, will be sent on the 1st and lith o earn month
to parent* or guardians, stating the health, onducl and
progress of theii sons or wards.
Penmanship, and the training of boys for active onsN
ness life, will receive particuial attention I upUs will
be taught not only a petfect use of the pen, nut book
keeping ; the readiest mode, of calculating inlweal,
the best manner of BIiok papei. tor reference , now to
make off fiduciary sod other account. . and bow to pm
nxr.. x check 4 bond, » neg«tt*t>U uot*. or otb«i bu*i
ne.s paper These things, indispensable a. they are to
a practical education,are unfortunately but iHtleiegaid
mA hi- .ost teas hers. In this School special care will
) b„ gjics-,* to do them full Justice.
terms
The Session wilt begin the 1st October, 1M>S, and end
i the Hit July, lwib ; aioi will be divided Into two terms
of four an i a ha'f months each.
The charge for Board and Tuition pet teim, dntln
the current session, will be *fsi in specie, or Us equtr
lani in currency, payable in advance, 01 subject to ap
clal i.ontract. (When desired, payments may be mar
in tobacco, lumber, plaster of Paris, meichandlse olaa*
kind: or in grain, Hour, meats, buttei or other sup
pliea.)
The above charge does notlnclnde fnei, Ilgtn-, wr
ing and towels. Wood will be furnlsDel at ♦! bo .
cord, SO that when several pupils occupy the *»V
room the cost to each willj>e trilling
IVMAIKS.
The neighborhood of this School!« one o« the best 1
the State, and offers strong Inducement* tb those wl o
desire to surround their son* or wards with rellned and
intelligent associations.
Within a short walk of the School there are an Episco
pal, a Baptist and a Methodist church, at one of wb.cb
there Is oervicn every Sunday. Family prayers are be
morning and-•> veiling In the bouse of the I rine pa , >
pledges hi. best effort. to promote the ra-ra «• »•
menial Welfare ol those committed to lit- charge.
Faculty of the UnlvVrHty of Virginia. Fmmlty^onhn
Virginia’Military In-tltu«*: “xi„g,.V.
Kev John Sc-dt, General F. Thompson, Stauu
Hon. John B. Baldwin.J “ tra^k Minor. E~|.. Ref. K.
V» : AIM. Iu«*. "judge Wm. tfanl- I. Jr..
K M ade t.harl.utesvin .. Esq.. Captain C. M
John Meetu, K-| . ; Jm , K „ „>k,.r N,,rfolk
Blackford. Cabell. D |.W| 1*».W4||, Em|. ,
\a : *' . 0 icuhraond. Vr . Colonel J. W
Palmer, Clark county, Va: Rev J. M Kirk
Ware. B*'rry - Edmund llubard, Buck
patrick. Bao R<^ 7 p w,Kj«-ln, Wytbeville, Va ;
lo^hatn. A M a Meadows. Wythe eounty,
twohnV Barbom, F‘q., P U Cunningham Fa.,
t„a,uv Va I»r. A L Bressl, Breiu., Hlntt P
Va. Kt. Rev J. Johns, U I)., Bishop nf Vttgmla;
Win if Boyd. Buchanan, Va; Matoi It. P. Noland,
Loudoun, Va: Wood Bontdin. E.., t.lcot, 1* ... t.
ColonelT. J. Randolph, Keswick P. Is, W la W
«ilmer E«i ,lvy Uepot. Albemar* county, Va, Ju«g*
OlUer7 Pittsylvania, Va;Chaa. I. Powhll.
Ew James Reid, Esq , Alexandria, Va ; Philip Tsbb,
Esq Slteott'* Mill., Md; l. M. P. King, K»q.. Wash
'“fiidtess C‘ WM. D. CABELL, Principal,
Ty« River Wamhou*** po-slolUrR,
dec!-6m ' Nolsoncuniy. V*
YIRGJSJA BtTCKWHBAT KLOUR,
FINE VIRGINIA BACON
REEVE * MAIO
Kranklln street,
fnbldt _between Klghtb_»ndXinlh
I )KIME TIMOTHY HAY,
1 • clover havebv8 4 MAYO,
Franklin a., between Sth and W. *U.

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