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RICHMOND WHIG.
DAILY AND 8KMI-WEEKLY.
WHIG BUILDING, CORNS* GOVERNOR AND FRANK
LIN STREETS. ,
TERMS: *
DAILY—One Tear.V® °? .
•• Six Month*. :
“ One Month. * i
SEMI-WEEKLY—one Year. * °® ■
•• •• Six Months. . SoO
ADVERTISEMENT;*—SxviRTt-Ftvs CxsTs per Square
of Bight Lines, for each of the list two Insertion*, with
a liberal discount when continued longer.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
«A\VVMVV'- AT *. V>V\VN V\JS.X N,' -
CT W. RICHARDSON,
Ye ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
rvtuiMHl hi* prufiMsioiul parsu U. H# will '
practice ta all the Courta of the city ui Richmond, anil
of the ooaatles of Henrico and Hanover. Take case*
in any District Court of Appeal* where the inJuc-went*
ofered are suMcient. Attend to the Investigation of ;
title* and collection of claim* of every description, and j
give special attention to cases in the Supreme Court of J
Appeals of Virginia.
When no! at Court, he uiay be found at his residence. ^
Oakland. Hanover. Address Richniood, !»-, Box H*i. |
mb 10—ts
J_£ENRY A. WISE, Sr.,
Will practise law In the Court* of Richmond and Hen- f
rieo, generally, and in criminal case* in the Court* of ,
other cities and counties convenient, when specially |
employed He tan always be found at the ofllee of
Danner Jt Wi-e, in the Law Buildings, Richmond, or at
the house of Mrs. Pulliam, in Manchester.
■sriU __
L'' K. PARR A K,
ATTORN KY AT LAW,
Will attend the Court* of Amelia, Prince Edward. Not
toway, Cumberland and Powhatan. Particular atten
tion given to the collection of Claims.
Address—Jeter*viile, Amelia. nov2--«m
e. u. naiawoi.n, I *> •* uutswoi®.
RISWOLD A GRISWOLD,
' ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
hlcmioxD, viaoi.vta.
Have removed their • Ace to Mar-hall street, between j
Eighth and Ninth streela. Practice In all the Courts of
the City of Richmond and counties of Henrico and Man
over, and the Circuit Courts of R*seX and King and
Queen. _ octh—Em
BARKSDALE, Jr.,
* ATTORNEY AT LAW,
■ AMPAX POP*TBOr»l, TA.
COURTS—Halifax and Pittsylvania, and the Circuit
Court* of Campbell and Danville. »ep28—ly
n EO. D. WOOTTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND NOTARY PUBLIC
For Richmond and Henrico county,
COLLECTOR OF CLAIMS.
<#.ts hlc professional service# to the people generally
at home usd abroad.
/vm_ . u .4_II.. LI oii.a ,*an Main atPM*at a I
doors shore St. Charles Hotel jj<®—*7
WC. CAJyUNUTON,
. ATTORNEY AT UW.
HoWabdsvii.i.k, iiaUAKu CoBxtt. Ya.
Attends the Coarts tn the coantles of Buckingham,
Nelson and Albemarle, and pays special attention to
collecting and securing claims In those counties, and
the countv of Fluvannaand city of Lynchburg.
Refer to Boudurant, Elliott A Shields, proprietors ot
the Whig no»23 ly
pi EO. C. CABELL,
ATTORNBY AT LAW,
Will practice tn all the Courts of Pittsylvania, Halifax
and Henry counties, and the Circuit aud Hustings
Couit of Danville.
Adrees—UAnrllle, Va. __
i pjKNRY HUDNALL,
attorney at law and NOTARY PUBLIC.
special attention given to Conveyancing aud Examt
aailoo of Titles.
OUce on Governor street, over late Examiner otnce
[jy*->y]__
TAMES B. FANNILL,
** ATTORNEY AT LAW,
rlTTSTl.VAXIA COCXTT, VA.
Will attend to any business in the line of his profes
sion, In Piltsyivania aud adjacent counties. Particular
attention given to the Collection of Claims and prompt
remittances made.
Post twice—Chalk Level, Pittsylvania county, Va.
sepiSH—6m __
JOHN A. COKE,
ATTORNBY AT UW AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
un'nuoxD, va..
Will practice In all the Courts of Richmond city and
the counties of Henrico and Hanover.
Otnva III Uv Building, Franklin street, sep'-d—ly
| AW NOTICE.
JAMES PLEASANTS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND COMMISSIONER IN
CHANCERY,
For the Circuit and Hustings Courts of the City ot
Richmond and County Court of Henrico.
*W"i'tlce tn the Law Building, Richmond, Va
Practices in all the Courts at Richmond, and Collect!
CLaims in the adjoining counties. octl*—ly
bobkkt ori.o. i»aac b cabrixutox.
pvULD A CARRINGTON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Will practice in all the Courts of the city of Richmond
Otlce on Governor street, near Bread street. [aul ly
T>R0FESS10NAL NOTICE.
WOOD BOULDIN and WOOD BOULP1N, Jr . will at
lead as partners ail the Courts of Charlotte aud Meek
Unkurg counties. „
WOOD BOl’LPIN will attend also the Courts of Hall
fax county and the Supreme Court of Appeals at Rich
mead
Wood Bocldix, Ja., I Wood Bncion,
Boydton, Va Talcotl P O.,
•mV-tf I Charlotte eo._
pEACHY R. GRATTAN,
A ATTORNEY at law.
ODce on mast side of Twefth, at the end of Capitol
streel. near tAe Governor s House. sep25--ly
AIXX a Boll ADA V. Iiarn T RtTIT. CWAXTAIX WB1TX
HOLLADAY, BAYLY A WHITE. AT
ToK.ISTS AT LA W, Richmond. \* , pmetic# In
all the Court., of Hi* city .•! K.chm .i.J, smi th- e-un
tle* of Henrico. Uauover, Caroline, Goochland and
llmlsa Ue° ’ SAMUEL T BAYLY,
Notary Public
CHASTAIN WHITE h.ts an o«ce at A.hlaud, Hanover
**oicTe ln*LaW Building Richmond octf7-lv
rcviirA* Miiim, _*■ *0,,!,®0',•
iM ike Uie #riu ot Macfarland A Roberts.
ROBERTS A ROBINSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
0M<* No. 74 Mala aireel,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.,
Will attend to legal basineaa cntrnsled lo them in
Virginia and Wa»hinglon, D. C. au-4 ly
.PJ1HOMAS f. uoode,
attorney at law,
BOYDTuN, MF.i KLRNBCRG COUNTY, VA.
C.iTRT\ -Mecklenburg, Lunenburg and Brun.wick
[au2#—ly ]_
\VTM. W. .HENRY,
’’ iTTOflHI AT LAW,
dtiuWi cod nr nucsn, ra.,
Attend* the Coarte o<Cl>arlolt., Prince Edward and
SnUfaX. __auih—ly
IJENJAM1N W. FINLEY,
ATTORNEY AT DAW,
RICHMOND, VA.
Corars—Richmond, Amelia. Powhatan an4 I heetnr
"den on Prank.in, between Serenth and Eighth
atreeU. Addrew* Bo* 27#. norll--»*
J M. DAVIDSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 2 Caaoisnsi rr Sr.NEW ORLEANS.
naraae to
Walter 0. Kobin-on, President of the Mechanic* and
Trader- Bank, New < >rleana . Tho». A Adams, Preai
-lewt Crescent Mutual 1 insurance Company. New i-rl. au* ;
_atf«*d Penu, President Union Bank. New Orleans.
* hartee Briggs, PreaiJent Loul-laua Muiual Insurance
* ’ o as Must New Orleans. Hon. Jno. A 3. t re-swell.
Wadain^on, 1>. C Bd D Christian, Attorney at Law,
Ayaehhf d, Va. _ nor2S-ly_
tsaag r. watkins,
M-'~ 'y ATTORNEY at law,
CaaanoTTi Cocnt Horas,
Virginia.
CocnTe 1Ctariotte, Prince Edward and Lunenbarg
ee«l»-#m_ _ _- --—
DK. J0l'U* mahony,
SURGEON DENTIST,
aaenr4tlod with Dr John G Wajrt.)
would respectful <V '*h*m kis old patron-, and all
*!*„ a*d hla service*, that in conse
^nVnee »ttkt ias‘1***** * k‘* °*c* b7 ,h« «"»'
’•* ha. uuened »<T *>*ce * hi* residence on Ponrth
^■ h.^openedan- ^ jUraWl, wh-re he can b.
Ar.i*eUi Yewch inserted oa gold,
[•SStdl^it/TV. highest pnee jnUUjjr old
Sold Pl*t«- __-- mr io—oiy
-rrSMBY G. CANNON.
^•^iJTOUEI A T LAW,
practices In all the Courts of tha c'ity of Richmond an<
®O^^0#c« :n the Law Building ij4 ‘I
w-tREDERICK N. FLEMING,
* ATTORNEY AT LAW,
OdoeBLAJD Coorr Model,
t v. VIRGINIA. norffl-ly
***** i,jW
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
Dr. F. DAVISON.
SURGEON DENTIST, 4Lfc> ■
Office and residence on Mj.ii street, between
Iieremh and Twelfth, just below the National Ex
hange Bank, wh»re he t» better prepared 'han ever to
hi* patron* the fall benefit of hi** prowwon. He
rill exch«iu« new T«*«lh on th** unproved b*** for old
-els of Gold. All work warranted for at least five |
rears. Those requiring his -ervi e< need not neglect
heir teeth, as be will accommodate himself to the:r
irrauntinc.** »nd ih** time*. Patient* froii the coun
rv can board with him at his residence, without charge,
while having work done. _
J^K. W. W. PARKER
■as BKsraih tri
PRACTICE OP MEDICINE AND SrRGERT.
Owtcb: Corner oT Broad and Tenth streets, op
tosite Ctly Hall. octl«-ly
DR. K. T. COLEMAN,
Oprica, LINDEN SOW, Fluiilii Stbbbt,
Third Door above Second Street.
Jasldte __
Dental card.
Dr. K. N. HUDSON
las resinned the practice of DENTISTRY, and may be
..an J at hi. Office, on Main street, opposite the Arlmg
on Bonne. MM*
IAENTAL NOTICE.
JOHN 0. WAYT, Dentist, having recovered hi*
jealtb, has re.nme.l the practice ol DENTISTRY in
Richmond, and re.pecrfullv otTers hi. service, to his
dd friends and patients, and all other, who may need
them.
office and residence south side of <1 race, between
Seventh and Eighth street', where he may he fonnd at
ill hour*._nov29--lv*
DR. CHARLES S. MILLS
Ha. resumed the praclice of his profession in the
iltv of Richmond, office. Twelfth, between Broad and
Marshall streets. _ oetd—ty
Metals and minerals.—PeraoM wish
ing information respecting the MINERAL WEALTH
DE THE STATE, can obtain full particulars by railing
apon Dr. K. H. GRANT, at Richmond. nor*--tf
EXPRESS COMPANIES.
OOUTUEKN EXPRESS COMPANY.
OFFICE:
Maix, Bktwkrx Biobtb axp Nixth Strrkt*,
UNDER SPOTS WOOD HOTEL.
We hare perfected our arrangement* and are now
forwarding
CURRENCY,
COIN,
VALUABLES,
AND
FREIGHTS,
At Orkatlt Rkdi-ckh Rat**, to all Poixts ix thk
SofTBBRX STATKS.
AH goods shipped by the Apaba and Harxhkx F.x
Prks* CoHPAXIKs, from Ihe North, are transferred to us
to complete transportation South.
Onoti* "hi|>p«»tl from tho North by Kteamftnip ana
markka to oar car**, will be promptly forwarded to dea
tinatioa Fa«* or Charo* r«*a Co«jiis>io3I8 ami* Dray
Mil.
i*u<h1< called for without charge.
For particular**, apply at out ofle*,
ki SOUTHKKN EXPRESS COMPACT
rpHE NATIONAL EXPRESS AND TRANS
PORTATION COMPANY.
OFFICB:
Main Street, between Thirteenth and Foteteen tb
STRKET3,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
Are now prepared to forward Currency, Coin, Valua
bles, and Freight, to points
NORTH,
80CTH,
EAST and
WEST.
The Tariff of Charges is based upon fair business
principles, without being oppressive to the public.
Goods shipped trim the North by steamships, and
marked to the care of the National Express and Trans
portation Com pan v, will he promptly forwarded to des
tination, FREE OF CHARGE, for Commission or Dray
tge.
Goods called for wtthoCT CHAKIE and promptly for
warded .
All desired information in regard to the extent of the
lines operated by thi* Company, furnished at any of its
nKeucie* on application.
J. E. JOHNSTON, President.
J. D. MBODEN,
General Superintendent. deelS— if
PERIODICALS, &c.
ibRITlSH PERIODICALS.
PREMIUMS TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS!
THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW (Conserva
tive).
THE EDINBURGH REVIEW (Whig).
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW (Radical).
THE NORTH BRITISH KEV.EW (Free Church).
BLACRWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE (Tory).
TERMS FOR 1866.
For any one of ths Reviews.f4 (S'per annum
For any two of the Review*. 7 Ik' “
For anv three of (he Re views........lot*'
For all four of the Reviews.12 »*• “
For Blackwood’s Msgaiine.4 t»> “
For Blackwood and one Review. 7 00 “
For Blackwood and any two of the Re
view*.*0 00 “
For Blackwood and three of the Re
views.00
For Blackwood and the four Review*..15 00
The interest of these periodicals to American readers
is rather increased than diminished hv the articles they
contain on our late civil war, and. though sometime*
tinged with preiudice, they may still, considering their
great ability and the different stand-points from which
they are written, be read and studied with advantage by
the people of this country, of every creej and party.
PREMIUMS TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS.
New subscribers to any two of the above periodicals
for 1S6P, will be entitled to receive, gratis, any one of
the •• Four Reviews " for isb-t. New subscribers to all
five of the Periodicals for l-«6, will receive, grails, any
two of the •* Four Review. ” for 1865.
Subscribers may also obtain back numbers at the fol
lowing reduced rates, vix:
Blackwood from September, 1m>4, to December. I8t>.»,
inclusive, at the rate of *2 50 a year.
The North British from January, 1863, to December,
1S65, inclusive; the Edinburgh and the Westminster
froui April, 1>64, to December, 1865, inclusive, and the
London Quarterly for the year 1865, at the rate of »1 5o
a year for each or any Review.
jyg * (Vvv copies yet remain of all the Four Reviews
for 1*63 at ft a set, or f 1 5n for auy one.
LEONARD SCt'TT A CO.,
Publisher., 38 Walker street.
New York.
L. S. A Co. also publish the
FARMER'S GUIDE,
Bv Hbnbt Stkphxns, of Edinhnrgh. and the late J. 1*.
NobTo.n, of Yale College. Two volume* royal octavo,
1,600 pages, and numerous Kugravings.
Price *7 for the two volumes ; by mail, post-paid, #8.
dec22-tf_ ____
r l -lie, luwiauni' .»koiv. .au ^ -,
1 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.—This Journal will be
poMl-hed as a Monthlv Octavo of So pages. the Jauuary
naniber being issued early in December.
A respectable number ol the best writers in this
country have promised their support, (an ostentations
display of names is avoided.) and as the Editors offer to
par liberally for articles, it is hoped that the original
depart ment of the Journal will be entitled to respect
and fonfldoBC*. . .
Th* page* of the Jonrn.il will b* -devoted to Original
Articles. Foreign and Domestic Correspondence, a Re
trospect of Medicine and bulgery during the late war,
an Eclectic Department, which will be a chief feature of
the Journal,) Reports of societies, Associations, Hospi
rnUaod Clinical Lecture., Reviews and Bibliographi
cal Notices, Medical News, Editorials, Miscellaneous
Matter, kc. ...
Without making *pecial pronbw, the hditora will
endeavor to make this Journal acceptable to its sup
Five Dollar* yearly, If paid In advance, or
before the expiration of the third month after the dale
of subscription , if paid after this period, Ten Dollar*
per annum. . . ..._,
Advertisements will be inserted on the asst liberal
terms, and as there are uo Medical Journals now pub
lished iu the Southern Stales, advetlUers wilI enjoy
peculiar advantages.
E. S. UA1LLARD. M. P.. Richmond, Va.
W. 8. MrCHKSNKY, M P., Staunton, Va.
Editors and Publishers.
All tetters in relation to the literary or business in
terest* of the Journal will be addressed to Dr. E. S.
Oaiu.aro, Box la», Richmond, Va. novl7-tf
STOVES, TIN-WARE, 4e.
STOVES, TINWARE,
HOC HR FURNISHING GOODS. Ac.
GREGORY BROTHERS
H.we removed from their old "land at Odd Fellow *
IJ.I1 VrankilC street, to their splendid new ,t..re. No.
" M»^."reeT between 14th and 1-h. *»*ere they will
?*• Main all • j 4 Urge assortment of Parlor,
OduL^CnoUatf Stove-, such a* the celebrated Arbi
Kip Rap, Wuick Baker, Comm, dor* t halter Oak and
others, too uunttfron* to mention
A large assortment of Fairbank s Scales House Fur*
taking artieles, Pocket and Table Cutlery, H»M
wnre. Ac. , ,
Thaukful for the past patronage, we hope, by being
* prompt in business, a continuance of the same.
GREGORY BROTHERS,
87, Main street, between 14th and 1-Mh,
jAn»f Richmond. Va.
SADDLES, HARNESS. &c.
RADDLES and HARNESS.
The undersigned wonld respectfully call the attention
of idoin*. *U ulh*T* to b* large stuck of
SADDLES, HARNESS. BRIDLE
rw at. m.mifaetnre which haa been vad* Up of the
Of his own manularture, -1,1.1,
best materinU during the pe*t Fall and t*-!; r, »iw h
“ 2 .*K,'L“eeP5e t
the tame work can be purebased •l**‘ ^ ‘
All persons in want of anv goods in my line wou a
welTto^tee me a call be/ore purchasing elsewhere^
IJ'LOUR, FLOUR, FLOUR.
1 280 barrel* Baltimore Extra
lot) •• Richmond Family
80 *• Superfine
mVt^ li UM ’ r*"t,jr A- y. STOKZS A CO.
i __ ,
ISON WORKS.
gAGLE MACHINE WORKS ,
RE-ESTABLISHED. 1
CO-PARTNERSHIP. i
The underpinned hare formed a Co-partnership under ]
he name and style of
KAHL 4 BAUM, !
To oonduct a
GENERAL FOUNDRY AND MACUINE BUSINESS, j
At their newly fitted up establishment, the i
EAGLE MACHINE WORKS,
Corkkk op Nikth axd Casal Strrit*, (
(South side of Basin,)
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
Are now prepared to manufacture
STATIONARY and PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES 1
Of any required power.
ALSO, ;
iAW and GRIST MILLS.
MILL GEARINGS,
STEAM BOILERS,
BRASS and
IRON CASTINGS,
FORGINGS, and
MACHINERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Uaeing obtained moat of the patterns of the late Mr. |
Philip Rahm. we can build new and repair old Machine
ry with great facility ; and, being supplied with the ,
most labor-saving tools, we can favorably compete with
my establishment in any kind of work, both as to
luality aud price.
The senior Partner,
FRANK KAHL,
A Mechanical Engineer, was, for a number of years,
superintendent and partner is. the late P. Rahm s
EAGLE MACHINE WORKS.
ADOLPHU8 J. RAHM,
Son of the late P. Rahm,aided by
F. KAHL.
Has conducted the business of his father since his
death, in January, 1S6U, until the lire in April, l$t>3,
when the works were destroyed.
We assure the public that any work entrusted to ns
will be carried out on the most scientific and practical
plan, combining simplicity with etficiency, and econo
my with durability. .. „ ,
»ucc*Mi»on* to thd late Mr. P. Rahm, of the Ea^le
Machine Works, on Cary street, Richmond, Virginia,
we solicit a continuance of the liberal patronage here
tofore enjoyed by that establishment from its friends
and the public generally. FRANK KAHL,
febSl-tf A. J. RAHM.
VffETROPOLlTAN WORKS,
Corxkr of Skvkxth asd Casal 8trk*t*.
Having supplied ourselves with the necessary rat
tern*, we are prepared to execute, at short uotice,
order* 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 ;
WAGON AXLES COMPLETE, with Boxes;
SASH WEIGHTS,
ORATE BARS,
Ac., Ac.
ENGINES AND MACHINERY
Of all kind* repaired In the best manner and with quick
despatch.
SATISFACTIONGUARANTEEP
We wonld call particular attention to onr facilities
for manufacturing and repairing
TOBACCO PRESSES, FLATTENING MILLS. Ac.
Having done a considerable quantity of thia descrip
tion of work recently, our stock of pattern* is very
complete.
All the Wrought and Cast Iron Work forthe “ HOWE
TRUSS” and other Bridges supplied, including the
long, heavy Bolt*, complete, with Nuts, Angle Blocks
Washers, Ac.
Wrought Iron and Wooden TRUCKS, for Railroad*,
fitted up complete, with Wheelsand Axles, Spring*, Ac
Having erected a commodiou* Smith-Shop, we are
prepared to do Blacksmith*’ Work of all kinds, inclu
ding WROUGHT-IRON GRATINGS, for Dwellings,
Warehouses. Ac.
Forthe •|U&lily of the IRON and BRASS WORK sup
plied at thi* establishment, we respectfully beg lea ve
to refer to Charles Campbell, Esq., Superintendent City
Hu* Works, and the ottlcers of the James River and Kana
wha Canal,a* well as the Superintendents. Engineersaml
Master-Machinists of the several Railroads leading from
this city ; also, to Major E. T. D. Myers, Engineer Rich
mond, Fredericksburg and Potomac and Richmond 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, of Mr. J. J.
Montague to an interest in our
SASH,
BLIND
and DOOR
Business, we have increased and improved our Ma
chinery, and are now prepared to furnish with neatness
and despatch, at lowest cash prices, Sash, Blinds, Doors,
Mouldings, and Scroll Sawing.
We ask especial attention to our facilities for working
CIRCULAR MOULDINGS,
Of any sirs. Hard Wood Mouldings for Railway
Coaches! and Ornamental Sawing of all kinds
Orders solicited. TANNER A EHBLTS.
Highest cash prices paid for OLD IRON, BRASS, COP
PER. Ac. jaol7-,f_
jpENINSULAR MACHINE WORKS,
MIDDLETOWN, DEI. A WAKE.
Portable and Stationary Engines
Saw Mills and Shingle Machines
Inm and Brass Castings and Forgings of every de
scription, for Railroad aud other purposes
Hand aud Crauk Cars
Bolts and Nuts
Saw Arbors
Iron Railing
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY,
of the latest and most improved patterns. Including :
Threshing, Cleaning aud Separating Machines
Reaping and Mowing Machines
llorse Powers •
Hand and Power Corn Shelters
Hay, St i aw and Fodder Cutters
Jersey Farm Wagons
Light Spring Wagons
Townsend'* Wheel Cultivator, with which one boy
and two horses can cultivate ten acres of corn
per day, doing it more thoroughly and with
less injury to the corn than by the use of cne
horse plows or the ordinary cultivators.
Prompt attention paid to ail orders or enquiries by
mail. BUDDASHARP.
J. Thos. Brnn, of Maryland,
Thos. R. Suakp, late of Columbia, South Carolina.
febl3-tf___
JOBS W. CAHDWSU.. | SAMrxL FKXEDI.ET.
/ 1ARDWELL & FREEDLEY,
V Manufacturers and Dealers In
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
And MACHINERY.
We are prepared to manufacture all kinds of Agri
cultural Implements and Machinery, such as Plows,
Cultivators, Corn Planters, Mowers and Reapers, Horse
Powers, Threshing Machines, Fanning Mills, Separa
tor*. Ac., Ac.
tPifREPAlRlNG will be promptly attended to on the
must reasonable terms at tue
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT WoBKS,
Corner NIutli and Carv streets.
*3- Highest price paid for OLD IRON, BRASS, COP
PER, Ac._mh3t
EFLATTENING MILLS—
TOBACCO CUTTERS,
TOBACCO PRESSES,
And all kinds of FACTORY FIXTURES, made and re
paired by CARDWELL A FREEDLEY,
(Succeiaors to John W Cardwell k Co.,)
Agricultural Implement Works, 9th and Cary sts.
fehSS-dStn _
MERCHANT TAILORS.
WM. HOLT KICIIARDSON & CO., MER
CHANT TAILORS, Fourteenth street, opposite
Exchange Hotel, are receiving their SPRING and SUM
MER GOODS, to which they would respectfully invite
the attention of their friends and customers. No effort
will he spared to give entire satisfaction to ail who may
favor ns with their orders. mhl6-2w
TOHN E. DOHERTY,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Main street, between Eighth and Ninth, has received his
Spring stock of CLOTHS, CASS1MKKES, VESTINGS, to
which to* calls attention. The stock is large aud con
tains the various weaves, colors aud qualities pro
duced for the season by the most celebrated makers.
Strength of color and durability of fabric has been
his .-bject in selection. Confident that his judgment
will be approved, he ask- an examination, aud, at the
same time, pledgee the STYLES OP GARMENT shall be
>ali.factory to ell who order.
W. S Tl'PMAN, for along time in the clothing trade,
can be found at Mr Doherty', sfcore, where he wilt be
pleased to show the stock, which he can recommend as
perfect in everv particular. He also MAKES SHIRTS
I O ORDER, good in qiility, low in price as possible,
and a tit guaranteed. •
Main street, between Eighth and Ninth, mhiu-ltn
JOHN LATOUCUE,
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
Franklin street, next to the corner of Fourteenth,
Has now/eceived and will keep constantly on hand a
choice assortment of goods suitable to the styles and
season. ,,
N. B —Ah he sells exclusively for cash, he is enabled
to oder a dret-class article at a low price. mhl2f
■ ■ ' f""1
o UNDRIES.
10 barrels green PICKLES,
5 barrels white wine VINEGAR,
lo barrels MESS PORK,
.100 prime angar-cnred HAMS,
jts* boxes Adamantine CANDLES,
- No boxes family SOAP,
Instote and for mU gMggg t C0,
I UST RECEIVED—
fj i 0 barrels Family, Extra aud Super FLOUR,
IS barrels A, B, C and raw .SUGARS,
pouudh RKE,
It. 1 kits Boston M ACKEREL, superior,
For sale low by
DESHIELDS, MwNCCRE ft CO ,
jnhiei No 17 Pecrl street.
SHORE MACKEREL.—On consignment, 4i*
r»ct fioiu Boston,
loo kit. No. 1 MACKEREL, Boston inspection
superior to any in market, for sale by
DBS Hi ELDS, MONCURE ft CO.,
mhlOf No. 17 Pearl street.
COMMISSION MERCHANT*
, s A R RETT, WILLIAMS & CO.,
■koDUCE AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Fraxbi.ix, Bblow Gotkkior Stkbrt,
ell Leaf, Manufactured anil Smoking Tobacco and Cl
»r». Grain, Flour and every description of Country
•roduce.
iO.COO SUPERIOR HAVANA CIGARS Just received;
,I»o, the following favorite brands of Smoking Tobac
o : Brown Dick, Lone Jack, Bob Lee, Pride of Virgi
iia, Zephyr Puff, Zarvona and Pil kinton's. Fruits and
'lowers, at well as common and low grades Prices
uling from 20 cents to *150. Any brand of Virginia
Ibewlng Tobacco furnished promptly and on the most
eaeonable terms. mhlt>-2m
JOHN N. GORDON & SON,
GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Aud Dealers in
METALS, GRINDSTONES, 4c.,
Fourteenth street, near Exchange Hotel,
Offer for sale English Refined, Hammered and Swede*
ron. Horse-shoe Iron, Norway Nail Rods ; Band, Hoop
,nd Sheet Iron ; Plough Iron, from 7 to 12 inch ; Oval
,nd Half-round iron, Horse Shoes ; Iron Axles, li to
:*inch; Cut Nails, Tin Plate, various sites; Blockl'ln,
jar Lead, Spelter, Sheet Zinc,
BLISTERED STBEI,
CAST, SUEAR and GERMAN STEEL,
Square, round and flat.
CUBA SUGARS, in hogsheads and barrels
REFINED SUGARS, various grades
Rio, Lftguayra and Old Government Java COFFEE
Gunpowder, Young Hyson and Oolong TEAS
Adamantine and Tallow CANDLES, Brown and Pale
IOAPS, Prime CHEESE. Cider VINEGAR, Liverpool
iALT, Nova Scotia GRIN D8TONE8, for farming and roa
hlnery purposes, 4c., Ac._
1.8. HARPRK. H. B. TALIAFERRO. K. H. P. B0B1X80X,
Harper, Taliaferro & co.,
Q RUBRAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND PRODUCE BROKERS,
Dealers in GUANO, LIME, PLASTER and other FER
TILIZERS,
Foot op Sixth btkekt (ox thk Caxai.),
RICHMOND, VA.
IKS'Special attention given to the purchase, sale or
shipment of TOBACCO, and all kinds of COUNTRY
PRODUCE and general MERCHANDISE. mh2--q_
DANIEL H. LONDON, Commissioner of
Deeds for most of the States and GENERAL COM
MISSION MERCHANT, Thirteenth street, Richmond,
Virginia, offers for sale a cargo of SALT in store, very
valuable REAL ESTATE, and several of the celebrated
VIRGINIA SPRINGS. Particular attention paid to the
sale and purchase of all kinds of TOBACCO, and the
adjustment of CLAIMS against merchants and others.
feb2-tljulyt_
Bell, shepherd & co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND GROCERS,
Basin Bank, between 9th and loth streets,
Solicit consignments of Country Produce, Lumber,
Wood, 4c.
To Builders, Contractors and others, we wonld say
that we ate prepared to furnish BILL TIMBER, all
lengths, at short notice.
For sale, on consignment, Superior Country Bacon,
Butter, Tallow, Dried Apples, Tobacco, 4c.
feblf _________
P. G. Cosbt, | Wm.R. Pi-on, | 0. G.Cosbt.
QOSBY, PUGH & CO.,
TOBACCO AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND FORWARDING AGENTS
(Franklin street, between Fifteenth aud Sixteenth,)
RICHMOND, VA.
We have made arrangements with Messrs. Todd,
Pugh A Co., of Petersburg, by which our menus in
North Carolina, and others who are most convenient to
the North Carolina Railroads, and who prefer selling
their Tobacco and other Produce In this market, can
have It forwarded t» us promptly and without charge,
except for drayage. Consignments respectfully soli
cited. _ __febl-ly
■yjyT"OOLFOLK & THORNLEY,
GENERAL COMMISSION AND LAND
AGENTS,
OFFER THEIR SERVICES FOR THE RAI.R OF
LAND, CROP8 OF CORN, WHEAT, TOBACCO, An.
ALSO,
Special attention given to procuring LABORERS, both
WHITE and COLORED, for this and the adjacent
Counties.
Always have on hand for sale, on reasonable terms,
a large number of flue FARMS, of all sizes and descrip
tions, in this and other States.
Address Bowling Green, Caroline county, Virginia.
JanS-fim_
R REINS & SON,
• GROCERS, COMMISSION AND
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Also, Doalcrt In
WOOD, COAL, HORSE FEED AND BOAT 8UPPLIK8.
They respectfully solicit consignments of Agricultu
ral Products of all kinds, especially of
TOBACCO AND WHEAT.
Strict attention to business and prompt returns of
sales, they pledge to those who may favor them with
their patronage.
&3~ office and Lumber-house between Ninth and
Tenth streets, on Cary street and Basin.
RICHARD REINS,
au2o—tf LUTHER K. REJNS.
P. B. Scbi.ktt.late of the firm of Powell A Sublett.
Petek A. Sublett.Richmond, Va.
B. & P. A. SUBLETT,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Offer their services for the sale of
TOBACCO, WHHAT, CORN, FLOUR,
and all kinds of
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Particular attention given to the purchase of merchan
dise, and orders promptly filled.
Office on Thirteenth street, near Cary. oct20—tf
T J, BIN FORD & SON,
* GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Corner Thirteenth and Franklin streets,
RICHMOND, VA.,
Keep constantly on hand a choice supply of
FAMILY GROCERIS,
WINES, BKANDIE8,
WHISKEY, RUM, Ao.,
which we are selling at wholesale and retail.
As Commission Merchants, we give particular atten
tion to the sale of Tobacco, Wheat, Corn and Country
Produce generally.
Prompt returns made. _sepst^
rpllE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY
J. associated themselves under the style and firm of
FRENCH & CRENSHAW,
For tho purpose of conducting the
GROCERY AND COMMISSION BUSINESS,
At their commodious and extensive Store-House, on the
corner of Main and Ninth streets.
They will keep on hand the most select and choice
stock <*f Groceries of every description, including
WINES,
LIQUORS,
TEAS, Ac.,
Which they will be prepared to sell upon the most rea
sonable terms. , , „
Personal attention will be given to the sale of all
COUNTRY PRODUCE and merchandise generally, con
signed to onr House.
8 SETH BARTON FRENCH,
LEWIS D. CRENSHAW, Jr.
*5" Until the first of November, they can be found
at the Office of Haxall, Crenshaw A Co. oct23—tf
pOOKER, KERR & LYON,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Offlce corner 15th and Franklin streets,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
alt anil avi (rivan tn mrIam of all kinds COUN
TRY '•KODUCE. _ _Jy26—tf
J^ANDRIDGE & ANDERSON,
GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. lofi Bboad Stxket. Richmond, Va.
Have in store and for sale, on the most reasonable
term* a large assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES and
supplies. dec4tf
PROPOSALS.
SEALED PROPOSALS FOR REBUILDING
the JAIL, in New Kent county, according to the
plan and specifications tiled at this office and with the
Clerk or New Kent, will he received by the Committee,
at the Court House of said county, until the 12th day of
April next. BAT. D. CHRISTIAN,
WM. W. TALIAFERRO,
JOHN D. CHRISTIAN,
JOHN MAYO,
HENRY L. BROOKE,
mliiO-tAl Committee.
rpUE COVINGTON & OHIO RAILROAD.
The Commissioner* appointed hr the States of Virgi
nia aud West Virginia to offer the Charter for this great
work f'>r the acceptance of capitalists, will meet at
Willard's Hotel, in Washington City, on WEDNESDAY
March 28th, at S o'clock, P. M.
The following are the commissioners :
FOR VIRGINIA:
JOHN B. BALDWIN, Augusta,
GEORGE W. BOLLING. Petersburg,
THOMAS S. FLOURNOY, Halifax,
ROBERT H. MAURY, Richmond,
WM. J. ROBERTSON, Albemarle.
FOR WE8T VIRGINIA :
GEORGE W. SUMMBR8, Ksnawha,
B. DESPARD, Clarksburg,
JOEL McPHEBSON, Greenbrier,
JAMES O. WATSON, Marion,
JAMES BURLEY, Marshal.
A punctual attendance 1. of *7^^*,*
Washington, Baltimore and Wheeling papers will
j pleas* copy.___aihl»-tdm
OFFICE OF BOARD OF TRUSTEES )
OF MANCHESTER. I
MtxrRBSTS*, Va., March Iff, ISori. )
rr>() BRIDGE BUILDERS.—Sealed Propo
I -ale are hereby invited, until the 4th of April
1S66, for the construction of a BKiDGE ACROSS J AMES
RIVER to connect Manchester and Richmond.
The proposal* to he for an IRON BKIDGE on Piers of
ruck-face aahlar lu cement, aud alternative for three
,o, , which will be specified by the committee.
The Bridge will not on either site be less than l.nOO
• >or more than 2,1<X> feet in length, including causeways
'Length of Spans not less than So nor more than 100
I be committee will also con-lder proposals for a
WuoDKN BKIDGE ou Howe set Pratt's plan.
!>e, .irate offer- may be made for the masonry and tbe
I trusses. ,
lh.- committee reserve the right to reject any or alt
th» proposals. . „ ,
i Fof information, apply to the committee, in Mapches
I ter. dr address BorWH, Richmond.
C. C.MelkjL )
WM BRADLEY. lOomiaUtff*,
WM. H. GARNETT,.)
I MfTiiue* copy.. j»l*19.6t
BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL.
JgALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL, ~ j
BALTIMORB, MD.
ESTABLISHED as a REFUGE from QUACKERY.
THE ONLY PLACE WHERE A CURE CAN BE
OBTAINED. \
DK. JOHNSTON has discovered the most Certain, £
Speedy, and only Effectual Remedy in the World for
Weakness of the Back or Limbs, Strictures, Affection of j
the Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary Discharges, lm- ^
potency, General Debility, Nervousness, Dyspepsia,
Languor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of g
the Heart, Timidity, Trembling, Dimness of Sight or j
Biddtness, Disease of the Head, Throat, Nose, or Skin, ^
Affections of the Liver, Langs, Stomach, or Bowels— f
those Terrible Disorders arising from Solitary Habits o/ j
Youth—secret and solitary practices more fatal to their ^
victims than the song of Syrens to the Mariners of Ulys
ses, blighting their most brilliant hopes or auticipa- .
lions, 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 Yonng
Men of the most exalted talents aud brilliant Intellect, |
who might otherwise have entranced listening Senates
with the thunders of eloquence, or waked to ecstacy the
living lyre, may call with fall confidence. t
MARRIAGE.
Married Persons, or Yonng Men contemplating raarrl- '
age, being aware of Physical Weakness, Organic Debil- (
Ity, Deformities, speedily cured.
He who places himself nnder the caro of Dr. J. may
religiously confide in his honor as a gentleman, and ^
confidently rely upon his skill as a physician.
ORGANIC WEAKNESS
Immediately Cured and foil Vigor Restored. s
This distiessing affection, which renders life misera- t
ble and marriage impossible, is the penally paid by the t
victims of improper Indulgences. Young persons are
too apt to commit excesses from uot being aware of the
dreadful consequences that may ensue. Now, who that
understands the subject will p'reteud io deny that the
power of procreation is lost sooner by those falling into
Improper bahils lhan by the prudent ? Besides being
deprived of the pleasnro’of healthy offspring, the most
serious and destnctivo symptoms of both body an J 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 und
Death.
DR.JOHN8TON,
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London,
Graduate of one of the moBt ominent Colleges In the
United States, and the greater part of whose life has
been spent in the hospitals of London, Paris, Philadel
phia, and elsowhere, has effected soiuo of the most as
tonishing cur.li 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 blnsbtng, attended sometimes
with derangement of mind, were cured immediately.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. J. addresses all those who have injured them
selves by improper indulgence and solitary habits,
which ruin both body and mind, unfitting them for either
business, study, society, or marriage.
These are some of the sad and melancholy effects
produced by early habits of youth, viz: Weakness of
the Back and Limbs, Pains In the Head, Dimness ol
Sight, Loss of Mnscular Power, Palpitation of the
Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of
the Digestive Functions, General Debility, Symptoms of
Consumption, Ac.
Mentally.—The fearful effects on the mind are much
to he dreaded. Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas,
Depression of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion to
Society, Self Distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, Ac.,
are some of the evils produced.
Thousands or persons or an ages can now juuge sou
Is the cause of their declining health, losing their rigor,
becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, having a
singular appearance about tho eyes, Cough, and Symp
toms of Consumption.
YOUNG MEN
Who have injured themselves by a certain practice,
Indulged in when alone, a habit frequently learned
from evil companions, oral school, theefl'ects of which
are nightly felt, even when asleep, and, If not cured,
renders marriage impossible, and destroys both mind
and body, should apply Immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of bis coun
try, the pride of his parents, should be snatched from
all prospects and enjoyments of life by the consequence
of deviating from the path of nature, and indulging in a
certain secret habit. Such persons must, before con
templating
MARRIAGE,
Redect that a sound mind and body are the most neces
sary requisites to promote connubial happiness. In
deed, without those the Journey through life becomes a
weary pilgrimage; the prospect hourly darkens to the
view,the mind becomes shadowed with dospairand filled
with the melancholy reflection that the happiness of
another becomes blighted with our own.
OFFICE, 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
Lelt-hand side going from Baltimore street, a few doors
from the corner. Fail not to observe name and num
ber.
«r No letters roielved unless postpaid and contain
ing a stamp to be used on the reply. Persons writing
should state ago, and send portion of advertisement de
scribing symptoms.
The Doctor’s DIPLOMA hangs In his office.
ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS.
The many thousands cured at this establishment with
in the last twenty years, and the numerous Important
Surgical Operations performed by Dr. Johnston, wit
nessed by the reporters of the The Sun and many other
papers, notices of which have appeared again and again
before the public, besides his standing as a gentloman of
character and responsibility, Is a sufficient guarantee to
the attllctsd.
SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED.
Janl9-ly
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
HESTERFEILD COUNTY, STATE OF
VIRGINIA:
Couuibhioeer’s Office, February 22,1S8C.
In the Circuit Court of Chesterfield, November term,
lSUfi, in the suit of
James H. Spears’ executor— Plaintiff
AOAIEBT
Frank A. Hundley and wife—Defendants,
Amongst other things, It was ordered that Vlands A.
Hundley and Jane his wife do render an account of the
administration of the estate of the said James H. Spears,
by tho said Jane Hundley, late executrix thereof, be
fore one of the Commissioners of this Court, who is
directed to state, settle and report the same, and fur
ther. that the said Commissioner take and report au ac
count of the debts outstanding against the said estate.
Now, therefore, I, Joseph Goode, one of the Commis
sioners of this Court, notify all persons interested in
the said estate, and especially Francis A. Hundley and
Jane his wife, as well as all those holding claims
against the estate, that I have appointed MY OFFICE as
the place, and THURSDAY, the 29thday of March, IStitf,
as the lime, between the hours of 9 o'clock A. 41. and
sunset of the same day, to take, settle and report the
accounts directed, where tliuse persons above named
are all required to attend, and produce such papers and
evidence as will enable uic to perform the duties re
quired. JOSEPH GOODE,
fet>2#-.Staw4w Commissioner _
VIRGINIA—TO WIT:—At rales held in the
Clerk’s office of the Circuit Court for tho county
of Halifax, on the first Monday in March, 186«:
Joseph B. Street, Elizabeth Wooding, Drury B. Easley,
and Joseph H. Easley—Plaintiffs,
AOAIEBT
Jemima Tavlor, Rhoda Cardwell, and Snsan Cardwell,
and tho children of Jemima Taylor, whoae names are
unknown; Wm. W. Breedlove,administrator<f« bonis
non of Paul street, deceased ; Mary S. Fleming, exe
cutrix of B. R. Fleming, deceased, who was adminis
trator with the will annexed of Paul Street; Beverly
Canada, E. J. Ragland, Wm. S. Holt, Granville Owen,
J. W. Craddock and Samuel P. Watkins—Defend
ants.
IN CHANCERY.
The object of this suit In chancery Is for a sale or a
division of the estate of Paul Street, deceased, among
tho parties entitled thereto
It appearing by affidavit AloJ that thfldcfendinU, J*'*
miuia Taylor, Khoda Cardwell, Su*an Cardwell, and
the children of Jemima Taylor, whoae names are un
known, are non-residents of the 8tato of \ lrginia, It
U ordered that they appear here within -one month af
ter dne publication of this ord**r, and do what is neces
■ary to protect their interest in this suit; and that a copy
of this order be published once a week, for four sue
ceKMire ween*, in me aicuuiuuu tt nut,»u*«r t
lUhed in thU State, and another copy ponted ai the
front door of the court houne of this county, on the
first day of the next county court.
A Copy—Teste:
JAMES MEDLEY, Jr., Clerk. |
Emhha Baek«dalk, Jr., f
Flournoy & Carrington, $ *' mh5-law4ir |
V~ IRGINIA—TO AVIT:—At Rules held in
the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court for the
county of Halifax, on the first Monday In March,
l&tifi:
Kobert Moore and Mary W. hts wlf„—Plaintiffs,
AQAIXST
Clement M. Adkisson, executor of James Toung de
ceased, Richard Young, Nancy Aiken, Charles K. Ad
kisson and Wm. S. Adkisson—Defendants.
IN CHANCERY.
The object of this suit in chancery Is to get an assign
ment of dower to Mary W. Moore (formerly Mary W.
Young) in the lands of James Young, deceased, and for
the said Mary W. Moore to receive her distributive
share of any surplus of any personality of said estate,
after the debts thereof are discharged.
it appearing by affidavit filed that the defendants,
Richard Young and Nancy Aikin, are non residents of
the State of Virginia, it is ordered that they appear
here within one month after due publication of this or
der and do what is nece.srry to protect their interests
In this suit, and that a copy of this order be published
once a week for four successive weeks in the Richmond
Whir, a newspaper published In this State, and an
other copy posted at the front door of the court house
of this county on the first day of the next county court.
A Copy—Teste,
JAMES MEDLEY, Jr.. Clerk.
JOHX A. Looax, p. q. mh5-law4w
LOST AND DESTROYED BONDS
N OTICE.—Application will be made to the
Auditor of Public Accounts of Virginia for the re
newal of ths following lost certificates of Virginia Slate
Registered Stock, in the name of Maria E. Woodward,
vii:
No. 2,870, for »100, act 21, March, IS37,
<• 309, for •'200, act 21, March, 183»,
•* 1,333, for |20n, set 17, March, 1S36.
JaaSBMew^m_
IThTOTICE IS HEREBY GIY'EN that appli
cation will he made for the renewal of a bond, No.
4 >03 Virginia Registered Stock, standing In the name
of Win. R. Hill, for *40o, and one for the same amount,
No 4 ''4 tn the name of Bettie H. Hill.
I j»„25-Uw:liu CAKTHON ARCHER.
LOST.—Application will be made for the re
newal of 6 share, of Stock of RICHMOND AND
DANVILLE RAIl.KOAl) COMPANY, No. 387, standing
In the inline of Theiua- M. Smith, the same having been
lost. ~ [mtiH-lawlu.] SMITH, RHODES A CO.
C>t UANO ! GUANO ! GUANO 1
Y No. 1. Peruvian Guano
No. 1 Pacific Guano
Floor of Bone
Super Phosphate of Lime
Plaster, Shell Lime .
Agricultural Salt, Ac.
For sale at the lowest market prices by
ALW80N A ADDISON,
Dealers tu Agricultural Implements,
Seeds, Guano, Ac.,
feb2S-lu Fifteenth street, Richmond, Va.
RAILROADS. &c.
RICHMOND AND DANVILLE AND 1
X PIEDMONT RAILROAD. J
MAIL AND PASSENQBR TRAIN
eaves Richmond daily (except Sundays) at 7:40, A. M.
rrives at Danville at 4:50, P. M.
rrives at Greensboro' at 8:20, P. M.
eaves Greensboro' dally (Sundays excepted) at 10:30,
P. M.
eaves Danville dally at 5:45, A. M.
rrives at Richmond at 3:15, P. M.
Trains connect at Burkevitle with Trains on the
outhside Railroad for Farmvllle, Lynchburg, Bristol,
inoxvlile, Dalton, Chattanooga, Memphis, Ac., Ac. ; at
reensboro' with Trains on the North Carolina Rail
:iad for Salisburv. Charlotte, Morganton, Lincolnton,
c.,Ac ,N.C.; Chester, Winnsboro’, Columbia, Ac.,
S. C. THOS. DODAMKAD,
mh20-tf Superintendent. l
W*
RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG RAILROAD CO., > ‘
Richmond, Va., March 0, 1666. $ <
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. <
U — '
On and after MONDAY, the 12th Instant, Tralna npon
bis road will run as follows: |
Leave Manchester daily at 6:10 A. M., and at 4:25
\ M.
Returning, leave Petersburg dally, 6:25 A. M., and at
:45 P. M.
The 5:10 A. M. Train from Manchester connects with :
he Petersburg and Weldon Train for the South, and
10th Trains from Petersburg with the Richmond and
Fredericksburg Trains for the North.
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, a Freight
,nd Accommodation Train leaves Manchester and Pe
ersbnrg at 10:45 A. M. It connects at Petersburg with
he Train for Norfolk E. H. GILL,
mhB-tf Engineer and Superintendent.^
R^IC HM l)~"& ^DA RAILROAD,
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, >
Richmond, Feb. 26, 1866. $
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
The hour np to which FREIGHT for this road will be
■ecelverl at the Depot, in Manchester, is extended to
POUR O’CLOCK P. M., from and after this date. As It Is
lecessary, to enable the clerks to make out the proper
way bills, to have a fixed hour to stop receiving, notice
s hereby given that no freight will be received after
he lionr named.
The Freight on goodB for Danville and Greensboro'
may be paid at destination, at the option of the ship
pers, but the freight on all goods for way stations must
be prepaid.
Shippers will please pay their freight bills by four
p'clock, P. M. : otherwise goods will not be sent for
ward. THOMAS DODAMEAD,
mh5 Superintendent.
Great short route to the north,
BAST AND WEST, VIA THE RICHMOND,
FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC RAILROAD, CAR
RYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL TWICE DAILY.
The only Railroad route issuing through tickets and
through baggage checks from Richmond to the cities
North, East and West.
Trains on this road are now ran as follows :
The Day Through Mall Train leaves Richmond daily
(Sundays excepted) at 8 A. M., arriving in Washington
at 3:20 P. SI., connecting with the early afternoon ex
press trains tor the florin, bast ana west.
The Night Through Mail Train leaves Richmond
daily at 8 P. M, arriving In Washington at 6 A. M.,
connecting with the early morning trains for the North,
East and West.
The Express and Freight train leaves Richmond
daily (Sundays excepted) al tf A. M., arriving In Wash
ington at 6:30 P. M, connecting with the 7:30 P. M.
Train on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad for New
York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Harrisburg and the
West.
Fare by this train to Washington only $6 for first
class, and $5 for second class passengers.
The Accommodation Train between Richmond and
Milford leaves Richmond at 3:3o P. M., arriving at Mil
ford at 0 P. M.
Through Tickets and Through Baggage Checks to
Alexandria, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
New York, Boston and all the principal cities in the
West.
For farther Information and through tickets, apply
at the office of the company, corner Broad and Eighth
streets, Hhockoe Hill.
J. B. GENTRY,
General Ticket Agent.
8AMUKL ROTH, Superintendent._ febl-tf
pt)R LYNCHBURG.
I >t CJiJ Cv3j JSI. i%k, jSJ.
RICHMOND AND DANVIM.K AND 80UTHSIDE RAIL
ROADS.
Passenger Trains leave Richmond dally (oxcept Sun
day) at 7:40 A. M.
THROUOH TICKETS.
First class, six dollars; second class, five dollars;
children between the ages of six and twelve years,
half first-class rates.
The bridges on the Sonthslde road having been re
built, this line is
NOW OPEN WITHOUT INTERRUPTION TO LYNCH
BURG.
Passengers leave Richmond at 7:40 A. M., and arrive
In Lynchburg at 5 P. M.
Trains connect at Lynchburg with trains on the Vir
ginia and Tennessee railroad.
J. H. LESTER,
Ticket Agont Richmond and Danville Railroad.
febl2—tf
IOHMOND and DANVILLE RAILROAD.
CHANGE OFSCHEDULE.
On and after TUESDAY, December 12th, the PASSEN
GER TRAIN on this road will run as follows:
Leave Richmond daily, Sundays excepted, 7:40 A. M.
Arrive at Danville, 5:10 P. M.
Leave Danville daily, Sundays excepted, 5:30 A. M.
Arrive in Richmond, 3:16 P. M.
Trains connect at Burkeville withtrains on theSeuth
side Railroad for Lynchburg, and at Danville with the
trains on the Piedmont Railroad, for Greensboro’ Char
lotte, Ac. THUS. DODAMEAD, Superintendent.
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IRG1N1A CENTRAL RAILROAD.
The following regular trains will be run on this
road, on and after MONDAY', February 12th :
A Mall train daily, except ou Sundays, between Rich
mond and Staunton, leaving Richmond at 7.45 A. M.,
and Staunton at 8 A. M. A Night Mall Train, between
Richmond and Gordonsville seven times a week, leav
iug Richmond at 7.16, P. M., and Gordonsville at 12.30,
A M. This train makes close connections with trains
en the Orange and Alexandria Railroad, and avoids the
delays at Gordonsville on the former night schedule.
By this train pasr angers for tbo Southwest will not be
delayed in Lynchburg.
A tri-weekly Mail Train, leaving Staunton at 7 A. M.,
for the West, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
The Mall Train leaving Richmond connects with
trains on the ORANGR AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD.
The Daily Mail Train connects with stage coaches at
Staunton'for Lexington, Winchester, Ac.
The Train West of Staunton connects with stage
coaches for Rockbridge Baths, Rockbridge Alum, Warm,
Hot and Healing Springs, and the White Sulphur and
Lewisburg.
A Freight Train between Richmond and Siaunton
connects with freight trains on the Orange and Alexan
dria Railroad for Lynchburg and Alexandria.
Freight will be sent to any point on the Orange and
Alexandria Railroad withuut change of cars.
Goods purchased in Northern cities' can he sent di
rect to and station on this road where the Company has
an Agent, by consigning them to Stephen Hunter, Gene
ral Freight Agent, Richmond. The charge for the
transit through Richmond, including wharfage, dray
age, storage and commissions, will not exceed ten cents
fer 100 pounds, and on heavy articles will be much
ess. Freights will be collected at destination.
Through Tickets can be purchased at this office to
Fare to Lynchburg reduced to $0. Tickets to l«xlng
ton, Virginia, $11.
Freight office at Richmond closed at 3 P. M
H. D. WHITCOMB,
•epl2—tf General Superintendent.
Office Richmond and Petehsbcho R. K Co., J
Richmond, January 3,1866. S
ON AND AFTER THE 7TII OITTTaB
JANUARY, 1866, the Sunday KvenlngOBLH
Passenger Trains will run on this road a* heretofore,
leaving Manchester at 3:55 P. M. and leaving Pocahon
tas at 6:10 P. M., arriving at Manchester at 7 P. M.
E. H. GILL,
jan4-tf Engineer and Superintendent.
LUMBER, CEMENT, &c.
T UMBER AND CEMENT.
WILSON, GLAZEBROOK 4 CO.,
lumber dealers.
Cobner Tenth and Canal Strbbtb—Sotth Sidb Basin,
Hare on hand and offer for sale a full assortment of
SEASONED and UNSEASONED YELLOW and WHITE
E_
60,000 feet 1J, 11 tnd 2-inch Yellow Pine
60,000 feet Scantling and Joist, assorted sires
»),uuO feet Garden Rails
fiO.onn feet Nova 8cotla Pine, various sires
30,000 feet 1-inch White Pine Boards
LATHS, SHINGLES AND OAK POSTS.
We are prepared to furnish BILL TIMBER in any
quantities, at the shortest notice and at low price*.
We are the agent# of Locher’s celebrated Jams* river
CEMENT, weighing 300 pound* to the barrel, and have
now on hand a full »upp!y, which we offer for sale, and
guarantee each barrel sound. _ janS—tf
J^IME, PLASTER, SALT, 4c.
600 casks Rockland Lime
60 tons lump Plaater
26 tons city ground Plaater
40 barrels Cement
6o barrels calcined Plaster
On consignment, for sale by
LEE A PETTYJOHN,
janl3f _ _ On the Dock.
CEMENT.
lOu barrels CEMENT, for sale on arrival.
,b9t LEB A PETTI Ji'HN.
DAGUERREAN GALLERIES.
HOME AGAIN.—For seven months pa*t I
have had no business, having lost my gallery and
nearly my all by the great lire on the Sd of April. I
have the pleaanre now to announce to my fri*i>®* *“•
the public that I have once more a GAU.ER1 ■ located
on the corner of Ninth and Main streets, with an en
trance on Main (through W. D. Cooke's boolutore) and
also on Ninth street. I am supplied with entirely new
and the moat Improved apparatus and ••<*». *od have
secured the services of T. Jefferson Mmmo, to the
manor born," who has had over fifteen years expe
rience.
Aa in the past, to In the fulnre, I promise my patrons
good and satisfactory work.
8 V W. MINNIE, Photographist,
oct27-ly Corner Main and Ninth streets.
PRIME TIMOTHY 1IAY,
CLOVER HAY.
REBYB A MAYO,
eblOt Franklin it., between Mb and Mbete.
STEAMBOATS, Ac.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP
L COMPANY’S TROUGH LINK
TO CALIFORNIA,
onchlng at
MEXICAN PORTS,
AND CABBYINO TUI UNITED STATES MAIL. |
THROUGH IN TWENTY-TWO DAYS.
STEAMSHIPS 05 THR CoS5Ect!5« 05 THE PACIFIC
Ati-aetic: WITH THE
ARIZONA, COLOBaDa.
HENRY CHAUNCEY, CONSTITUTION,
NEW YORK. GOLDEN CITY,
OCEAN QUEEN, SACRAMENTO,
NORTHERN LIGHT, GOLDEN AGE,
COSTA KICO, MONTANA
&C.| &•',
Ono of tho Above large and splendid Steamship* will
EAVB PIER NO. 42, NORTH RIVER, foot of Canal
treet, at 12 o’clock, noon, on the 1st, 11th and 21st of
very month (except when those dates fall on Sunday,
nd then on the preceding Saturday), for ASPINW ALL,
onnecting, via Panama Railway, with one of the
lompany’* Steamship* from Panama for SAN kKAN
HSCO, tonching at ACAPULCO.
Departure* of l*t and 21*t connoct at Panama with
teamer* for Sooth Pacific and Crntrai. American
’oar*. Those of lsttonch at Manzanii.lo.
A discount of 05E quarter from steamers’rates al
owed to second cabin and steerage passenger* with
amities. Also, an allowance of onb quartbr on
hrough rate* to clergymen and their families, and
tchool teachers; soldier* having honorable discharges,
1A1.F FAKE.
Oie Hundred Ponnds Baggage allowed each adult.
Baggage-muster* accompany baggage through, and at
end to ladies and children without male protector*.
Baggage received on the dock the day before sailing,
r*otn steamboat*, railroads, and passenger* who prefer
;o send down early.
An experienced surgeon on board. Medicine and at
;endauce free.
For Passage Ticket* or farther Information, apply at
ihe Company * Ticket Office, on the wharf, foot of Canal
ttreet. North River, New York.
mhi-Sm F. W. G. BELLOWS, Agent.
pOR NEW YORK.
ATLANTIC COAST
MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The splendid new side-wheel steamships
HATTERAS,
Lewie Parrish, Commander ; >
ALBEMARLE,
H. A. Bourxi, Commander:
Leave Richmond every TUESDAY and SATURDAY.
Feave New York WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
These ship# are entirely now, and were built ex*
pressly for the route.
They have splendid saloons and etaterooms, and the
fare, accommodation* and atteniion are unsurpassed.
Passage, meal* and state-room* Included, A12.
Good* shipped by this line are landed regularly at
New York, on the Company’s covered pier, within
forlv-eight hours.
Shipper* are invited to notice that the great damage
and loss by bundling and exposure from frequent re
shipping, as on other line#, is avoided by this route.
Freight* for point* beyond New York will bo for
warded with despatch, and no charge made, except ac
tual expenses Incurred.
These ships diseharge cargo In New York, at I ier No.
38, North River, and the Company’s steamers for Wil
mington, N. C., Charleston, Savannah, Motile and New
Orleans, leave from the same pier. Hoods for these
points can be transferred wilhoutexpense or exposure.
Insurance Is very low bv these ships,and the economy
in time, Insurance and condition in which goods are de
livered, makes this the cheapest route from Virginia.
Insurance effected at lowest rates when ordered.
AGENTS:
T.lvlngston, Fox Jk Co., 141 Broadway, New York.
Samuel Ayres & Co., Richmond, Va.
Cal we II A Dunn, City Point and Petersburg.
T. H. Webb, Norfolk, Va.
For freight or passage, apply to
SAMUEL AYRES & CO.. Agents,
»©* Office corner of Cary and Virginia streets, oppo
site the Tobacco Exchange.
nov20--tf ___
/"vFFICE OF
WELLS, FARGO & CO.,
NEW TORK AND CALIFORNIA
express and exchange company,
Sio. 84 Broadway. Siew York.
SHIPPERS OF FREIGHT
TO THB
PACIFIC COAST
Will please take notice, that having been appointed
FREIOHT AGENTS OP THE PACIFIC MAIL STEAM
8HIP COMPANY,
We are prepared to receive Freight for
CALIFORNIA, OREGON, NEVADA,
WASHINGTON TERRITORY,
8ANDWICn ISLANDS,
CENTRAL AMERICA,
AND
WESTERN COAST OP SOUTH AMERICA.
For rates apply at onr office, No. S4 Broadway, or
freight office on dock foot of Canal street.
Steamers will sail 1st, 11th and 21st of each month ;
those dates falling on SUNDAY, on preceding SATUR
DAY
NO SLOW FREIOHT RECEIVED ON DAY OF SAIL
ING
FREIGHT MUST BE DELIVERED ON DOCK FOOT
OF CANAL STREET.
Bills of Lading will be issned at No. S4 Broadway.
Our usual Package Express will he sent by each
steamer AND WILL CLOSE AT lo A. M. ON SAILING
day. . „ _
Our Letter Bags will close at 11:30 A. M. lor conve
nience of our np-town cnslomers a letter hag will be
kept at the Metropolitan Hotel and ou the dock foot of
Canal street. ....
Our FRANKED ENVELOPES will be on sale at the
office of the Hotel and at our offices, No. 84 Broadway
and Canal street dock.
All letters sent through us MUST BE IN GOVERN
MENT ENVELOPES.
Sight Exchange on San Francisco for sale.
Telegraphic transfers of money made to all points
reached bv the wires ou West (.'oast.
California Coupons bought at best rates.
nov8--6m WELLS, KAROO ti CO.
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSES.
CtoKN PLANTERS, HARROWS, Sc.—We
) are making an improved pattern CORN PLANTER,
to which we call the especial attention of farmers. It
being one of the most important of labor-saving impie
menu. A boy with mm hftwe plunti !»• much Kronnd
in adav as the same force couid mark out for planting
in the old way. We sell, also, Routt’s and Sinclair's
improved PLANTERS, at manufacturers’ prices.
A full stock of Planters' Hoes, Corn Plows, one and
two-horse Harrows, he., ke„ now instore. We are
now receiving orders for McCormick s Self-Raking
Reapers and Mowers. Kirby's combined Reaper and
Mower, the celebrated “Union Mower," Cayuga Chief
Reaper ami Mower, Pitt's Threshers, Separators and
Cleaners, Smith’- Horse Powers and Threshing Drums,
Montgomery’s Rockaway Wheat Fans, Bickford &
Huffman's Grain and Guano Drill, Seymour’s Plaster,
Lime and Guano Spreader, at manufacturers’ prices and
terms, and every machine warranted. Farmers will do
well to order early to avoid disappointment.
H. M. SMITH A CO.,
mh’Juf 14 Main street.
LANDRETH’S
WARRANTED
G A R I) E N SEEDS,
(CROP OF 1S88),
Just received and for sale. We keep constantly on
FARM GRIST MILLS, WHKEIED HAY RAKES
CORN SMELLERS, PLOUGHS
PLOUGH CASTINGS, CULTIVATORS
CORN PLANTERS, WHEAT FANS
CUTTING BOXES, UNION WASHING MACHINES
WATER DRAWERS, SPADES, SHOVELS
HAY FORKS. CLOTHES WRINGERS, AXES
And all kinds of Agricultural Implement*. We al*o
sell
PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES and SAW MILLS, and
BATES’ HOISTING MACHINES
Sole agent* for the Slate of Virginia lor Ihe *ale of
RUSSELL’S COMBINED MOWER and REAPER
BUCKEYE COMBINED MOWER and REAPER
,*TNA COMBINED MOWER and REAPER
BUCKEYE WHEELED CORN PLOUGH
Also, MONITOR MOWER and REAPER.
BECKHAM & CO.,
feb2-tff Cary, between 11th and 12th street*.
NO T I C E
TO THE
FARMERS AND PLANTERS OF VIRGINIA.
The undersigned a*k the attention of the Farmer*
and Planter* of Virgtnia to their *tock of FARMING
IMPLEMENTS, Ac., for the Spring Trade. We name,
in part: , , ,
PLOWS and CASTINGS, of all the »PJPr“v*^„ JSiTw
pattern., CORN and TOBACCO CULTIVATORS, CORN
SHELLERS and CUTTING BOXES, WASHING MA
CHINES,
CHURNS, WELL CURBS. SHOYELS.g ^
HAMES, TRACE CHAINS, Ac. .. ,
These In want can rely upon getting a good article
and their order* promptly attended l“
ALLISON A ADDISON,
feb2Sf Fifteenth *tr. -t, Richmond.
A GRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE —
A ESTABLISHED IN 1S-M -The subscriber* utlll
continue their buslnes* at the old aland on Franklin
street, between Wall »treet and the Ballard Honae, and
will be glad to see their old customer* and the public
**In addition to the stock of PLOWS of oar own patterns,
we make
Kick'* Iron Beam Plow*, for one, two, three and fnnr
hor*es, known a* F. D. D. ; Washington, Old Dominion
and Pioneer Plow* ; Plow Castings for nearly all the
Plow. In use
And keep for sale Garden Seeds, Timothy, Herd* and
Orchard* Gras. Seed* ; Baltimore Company Poudrette ;
Baltimore Company super Phosphate of Lime, Ac , Ac.,
Ac. GEORGE WATT A CO.
an2»-tf _
Fresh garden seed,
UNION WA8HIN0 MACHINES.
By steamer we are In receipt of oor spring supp*y
fresh and pare
GARDEN SEBD,
And on hand,
UNION WASHING MACHINES.
Plows, Castings, Agricultural Implements, ••
Jant3-t VOr“l<ib7 OE.>BOEWATTACO.
OPLIT-BOTTOM CHAIRS.-I «»*£**£
Commission Merchant.
mh(3f __—— -r
TTERRINGS.—Fifty barrels i»ntue HER
XI KINGS, for tale b,,BOggKT p. WILLIAMS,
.No. 44 Cary street.
vbltf
STEAMBOATS, &c.
VIRGINIA TO £ UR OPE ' >
’ DIRECT. ^L^nS*
- *M
PROM RICHMOND, PETERSBURG AND NORFOLK
TO LIVERPOOL.
The Splendid British Steamship i
EPHESUS,
1,000 ton*, Captain William Coi.i.txus,
Will aail from Virginia for Llrerpoo! direct,
ON OK ABOUT MAY 1ST.
*5T Freight »t low rate*.
Mfl* Advance* made on consignment* to oar friend*
For particular*, apply to
K. H- DIBKELL. Agent, Richmond.
CHIKVES A OSBORN B, Agent*, Peter»bnrg.
WILLIAM LAMB, Agent, Norfolk.
Me»*r*. MacANDHKWS A CO., Agent*, Liverpool.
_mhlS-td
URKIGUT FOR NEW YORK -
A AND boston. iTT imwia
INLAND ROUTE, VIA CHESAPEAKE B* Y AND C t
NAL, THROUGH TO NEW YORK.
THE OLD POWHATAN STEAMBOAT COMPANY t
The new and first cla** nleamera STATE OF MARY
LAND, PETERSBURG and STATE OF VIRGINIA, are
now receiving and forwarding merchandise ofallde
acriptlona from Richmond to Philadelphia, New York
and Boeton, ill connection with the Canal Line ot
dally ateamera front Baltimore.
These ateamera leave Richmond every Monday, Wed I
neaday and Saturday, for Baltimore.
Good* ahlpped on thoae daya will be landed lti New
Tork on the thlrdday thereafter.
Shipper* will take notice that good* ahlpped by thU
line do not go to ssa, but are carried entirely through
INLAND, thu* aavlng or superseding the necessity of in
aurance against hka Malta.
The large *110 of the ateamera belonging to tbi* lin*
enable us to carry good* at leaa than by any other
route.
Freight for points beyond New York will he forward
ed with dispatch.
This tine 1* the only one that connect* with a daily
line from Baltimore for Philadelphia and New York,
and that can give through receipt*.
No dntyage or commission charged. The two lines
occupy the same wharf In Baltimore.
For’frolght or passage, apply to
DAVID A WM. CURRIE,
Office atCharlea T. Wortham A Co.’a,
oct24—t* Fifteenth alrael.
P 0 R NEW YORK
THE OLD LINE.
ESTABLISHED IN 1561.
NEW YORK AND VIRGINIA STEAMSHIP
COMPANY.
0 -
The magnificent side-wheel steamship* NIAGARA
and SARATOGA, in command of Captain* Col on and
Kino, experienced seamen. The Pursers, Me»*rs. Wil
liam 0. and J. M. Smith, are well known to the commu
nity.
In point of strength, speed and finish, these ship* are
unequaled.
FREIGHT capacity large and rates moderate.
No chainrinif of Freight a* hv other lines, which is so
very Injurious to cargo,
insurance, if desired, can be effected at the very low
est rates.
Order your goods to come by this safe anJ speedy
Line.
Passenger accommodations are superb. Tirkets and
Berths secured on hoard, or at my office, Rockett*.
They leave Richmond, from Lndlam A W.it»on's
wharL every TUESDAY and SATURDAY, on the dood
tide. The hour ascertained by reference t» daily papers
of the day previous to day of departure.
decl9-tf 0AltKET F. WATSON, KockelU.
FOR BALTIMORE.SAVANN AHmsewi
and BOSTON. ATh.l
__ il*'T TWUXW
POWHATAN STEAMBOAT COMPANY.
TRI-WEBKf.Y LINE.
Leave* Richmond evory Monday, Wednesday anJ Sa
turday. e
Leaves Baltimore e\ery Tuesday, Thursday and Sa
turday.
The steamer
STATE OF MARYLAND,
Captain Thomas Travers, will leave here at 8 o’ch «k,
A. M , SATURDAY, the 24th Inst
Freight received Thursday and Friday.
This steamer has splendid saloon*, stateroom*
passenger ncsouimodation*.
Passage «S.
For freight or passage, apply to
DAVID A WILLI AM CURB 11
Office at Charles T. Wortham A Co
mh28-3t Fifteenth st
pOR NEW YORK.
ATLANTIC COAST MAIL STEAMSHIP
COMPANY.
The new and elegant side-wheel steamship
“A L BEM ABLE,"
Captain H. A. Boraxe,
Will leave her wharf at Rocketts on SATURDAY,
the 24th March, at 10 o’clock, A. M.
Passengers are requested to be punctual to that
hour.
For freight or passage, having accommodations un
surpassed, apply to SAMUEL AYRES A CO.,
mbll—4t Corner Cary and Virginia si reels
IX)R HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA— _
' The British brig W. D. NASH will sail aa
above, so soon as cargo is completed.
For freight, apply to
mh22f FRENCH ACKENSH.vW
Ir»OR LIVERPOOL. tu
1 - &
The A No. 1 barque QUEEN VICTORIA, now
at City Puli*, is ready to receive freight for Liverpool
Liberal advances made on consignments to my friends
in London, Liverpool or Dublin.
For freight, apply to R. H. DIBKELL.
Jan24-tf
ANAL OPEN TO TET nilHIlh
IN0TON AND BUCHANAN. Jgfry-^^
Fare through to Lynchburg, without meals, V>.
Fare through to Lexiagton, without meals, ♦<!, with
meals, #».
Fare through to Buchanan, without meals, W, with
meals, 4w.
Our Packet Boats leave Richmond Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday, at ft P. M. Returning, leave I>-x
ington at 4 A. M., Buchanan at 5 A. M., Monday. Wed
nesday and Friday : and, to enable us to counect with
the Western railroad cars, we will leave Lynchburg,
same days, at 74 P. M.
Tills will make our boats 1> hours lateral the different
slopping places on the line botwoen Lynchburg »n4
Richmond. K. EDMoN'D.
feb.T-tf _
PIANOS, &c.
cpilE PIANO FORTE BUSI-r^p,
X NESS.—The subscribers have hsenflKl^^^>J^|
engaged in the Piano Forte business for! 1 jf |j|
more than twenty years, daring which * * 1 *
time they liave sold upward of FIFTEEN HUNDRED
INSTRUMENTS to persons in Virginia and adjoining
States, some of whom were families of the most reBneJ
and cultivated musical taste.
The established character of the instrument* they if
fer la now so arm that all who desire U» purihaso may
feel entirely assured of getting a good article
They invito an inspection of the in*truni*nl« now In
store. WOODH0U8B A PARHAM,
Bookseller* anJ Stationer*.
mhl'Jf Governor street, near Main.
WINES, U.UUUH3, «C.
WHISKEY! WHISKEY' WHISKEY!
20 barrel* low grade WMaker
6 barrel* superior old Ky« whi»k#y
10 barrel* Bourbon W hi* key
Mor" l0W FRENCH A CRENSHAW.
gUNDRIES.
London Porter, Scotch Ale, Table Claret, fine London
Dock Brandy, fine Sherry Wlna, bent brand* Chatn
nague, English, French ami American Moatard, llueet
Ureen and Black Tea*, Worc«*t*r»bIre Sauce, Engli.h
Chow Chow, Ac , Ac., in atore and for *al« by
f.-bfif _CEO. I. HERRING A CO.
HISKEY.
50 barrel* WHISKEY, at a low price.
For .ale by GBOBOE I. HERRING A CO .
mhl'it _ M Main otreet.
PHILADELPHIA ALE.—Wo are in receipt
L of another *upplr of the celebrated "GRAY’S PALE
ALE,” perfectly fre»h, which We will tell at a rery
low figure.
HARPER, TALIAFERRO A CO..
Foot of Sixth »tr>et,
mh2-q On (be Canal}
/1KLKBKATKI) « ZEIGLER” WHISKEY,
\J copper distilled by old proee**, and rery high fla
ror, on consignment and for tale.
PALMER. HARTROOK A <
d««21t Ubby Bonding.
Holland GiN.-*-Pnre Holland gin,
for medicinal porpoa-^for Ml.bgR & h KO.,
janlSf Drnggi*t». Ko-J*1 **lm 'tree,
A FEW HBLS. VERY FINE CIDER, just
arrired, foraaU by HART BOOK A CO.,
iaa.tf Libby Building*.
~ SEWING MACHINES, &c.
WMETROPOLITAN FURNISHING ROOMS,
I™- (79 BROAD STREET
LADIKH* AND CMTLDtIX’t
CLOAKS, DRESSES AND UNDER-L’AR3fEXTS
Made to order In the
MOST FASHIONABLE STYLES.
.TUCKINO, STITCHING, EMBROIDERY, QPII.TIN'
And eTery deeeription of
FAMILY SEW1X0,
Beamlfolly done on the
OROVER A BAKER SEWING MACHINE,
At the New 01,ce, 179 Br<wd ^
N. B.—MACHINES REPAIRED. _ tf
/ Trover & bakers
SRWING MACHINE AGtKCY,
179 Broad .treet, between Fifth and Sixth. MnrMne.
repaired MACHINE SILK, all color*. CLARKS
McH»*lfef¥«C Mach,.. OIL^Machln. MEEDI EH
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