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S^ODTUERN Land AND MINING OFF1C A*» INDUSTRIAL AGENCY. ATKINSON, TEN EYCK A CO.. Corn mutton Me •bants, 22* Main street, Richmond, Virginia, bay ai MU on commiasion all deacripuona of REAL ESTATE, ■Inee of Coal, Iron, Copper, Lead, Ac. ; Quarries, Pa aesec API!* and Water Powers; large estates explor aad mapped oat at moderate cost; no charge for regl Mtt WRITE LABOR, of every description, supplied short notice. Imported GUAM'S and superior Fen liA'IB •oathern Product* received on Consignment. Genewi AfMcy Sooth for •• Tuttle's celebrated Hor sou^i WAterWheel," the greatest Improvement know fcr economy Ur. I increase of water powers, invenlor A*eA»* for aaAmlning and prepanog Models, Drawini and SpaetB<mciosa S>r United States Patent «■«*. Gem ral Ageacy of Wilder's Salamander Saf s, which st»c the lost m our great Sre : Wheeler A WU»on's Searin Mech' .em uuiveraally acknowledged the beat forhmil •ewto^ . Rowe’s Sowing Machines, the best in use f< heavy work. febSl-tf J71TENS1VE LAND AGENCY. We have, recently, mo-e enquiries andslnSoutl era Virginia. We have many tracts on our list not ai vart'Mi Purchasers who are not suited on the ad re Used .l#t wou.d do well to make enquiry at our olfic or by letter. We may be able to offer such lands 1 they want. We charge no commissions if no sale I made to a reasonable time. REFERS** E» — WiU'aui T. Sutherlln. William 1 Clara, W. S. Pat ou Banker), Boiildto A B uldtn (Ai tomi-ys . Danvtlle, Virginia: Janies Vi. Whittle, Hen George ft. Gilmer, H >n William M. Treadway, Pitt«V‘ vanlaCourt House, Virginia; John R. Edmunds, Hall fax Court House, Virginia; Wood Bouldin. Chariot* eonniy, Virginia 1 Hon William Dani-1, Richmond o Lynchburg; James Alfred Jones, Charles B. Williams A. T. Stokes A Co., Richmond. Virginia; McHwain Son A Co., Joseph E. Venable A Co., Petersburg, \ ir flute; Erank N. Watkins. Faruivilie. Virginia. Johi Wilson, Samuel Watkins, Milton, North Carolina ; Hon Edwin 0. Read, Koxborongh, North Carolina; Samue P. Hill, Yancey Tills, North Carolina; Willie J. Palm •r, Charles Dewey, Rao lgh, North Carolina ; Bullitt 1 Fa:rrhome, Philadelphia; Samaei Ayres, Bon A Co. Charles R. hunt, William L. Hill, Clement Read, Chas D. Hill, New York ; Little. Brown A Co., Boston, Mass McClieb, River A Co., Heroert A Hairston, Baltimore Maryland; John B McPhatl. Norfolk, Virginia; Com way K-bluson. Alexandria, Virginia. We offer tbe following: AUCTION SALE OF REAL ESTATE.' Will be sold ai auction, without reserve, 1st of Jana ary next, on a credit of six, twelve and sighted months equal instalments, an improved tract of LvND doe acres, one and a-half miles from Danville; DWEL LING-HOUSE, six reams ; very good at-housea, flnt gar leu, good orchard; -nsceytibae of division to matt* two farms of about 13w acres each ; near enough for a business other In Danville; land produces best menu featuring tobaccu ; a d-ep, free, grey, soft soil, and ad mirab.y suited for a dairy farm and market gardens.— The growing prospects of Danville, wl'h probability o: a ra11 r ad to Lynchburg, make this attractive property for iuVeet men . Wit, be sold <>n the same day, and same terms, 1 highly iinpr ved and beautiful LOP, within a few bun dr d yards of corporate limits of Danville, on the rom! which is a contiouatioa of Main street. Brick DWEL LING, two stories, four rooms, two pas-ages, offlee witl two rooms in the yard, good kitchen, smoke-house and sat'He. all the buildings n«w ; well of line water; ex eellent garden, with fruit; yard, with grown forest trees ornamentally enc osed. VALUABLS GOLD MINE FDR SALK. We offer for sale a GOLD MINK TRACT < >F LAND, it th« heart of the gold region of Burke and McDowel eoantie-. North Carolina, within 2j miles of the cele brated Brtodleiown Mine, eleven miles from railroad termination at Morgantown. The land has been owneu mostly by Infants, for mauy yean, living a great die tance off. and the mine has remained undeveloped and unworked for many years. When worked it yielded ■ considerable amount of gold in a short time. The tract contains, by survey, 440 acres ef good land, which w« offer at Eih.uuo, one half cash, and residue in twelve months, with discount of twelve per cent, for cash on deferred payment. A tract of BIX HUNDRED ACRES, about eight miles north of Pi'tsyl vania Court House, all in original forest, heavily timbered, situated on the main road from Lynchburg to Danville, on the immediate line o| the contemplated railroad from Lyochburg to Danville. Also, a tract of ONE HUNDRED AND TH1RTY TUKl'rl ACRES of thin land, on the White Oak moun tain (thirty acres in wood , seven miles from Danville. Also, a tract in Surry county. North Carolina, near the Yadkin river—TWO HUNDRED AND FOURTEEN ACRES- all in wood Alao, a very desirable PRIVATE RESIDENCE.newly built, with lour large rooms and two passages, two storied, with unusually large garden site and lot, la a very dcetrcbie part of Danville. Alsu, BIXTElN SMALL LuTS, between tbe Plank and County roads, about two acre* each, about one and a half tulles from Danville. Sold in lots to suit pur chasers. In Danville, on Main street, Joining the Farmer's Bank, *:x rooms, two storied, very ample vat-houses and back and front grounds—bandings all newly built. In fine taste, and the workmanship excellent. Dwell ing roofed with tin, flue garden, beautiful enclosure round the lot—very convenient to business part of town. Also, a MILL SITB, at or nesr Milton, with 14 acres of Land attached, water power from Dan river—the Mill house has been burned ; the power drove an eighteen foot ur.d<w»iiot wheel ; supply of water never failing ; good spring and small House on the premises. The lo cation I* a very desirable vne, being in the midst of a very wi-ilthjr section of c«-nt.try. The Mill, before it was burnt, had a splendid custom. Price, $1,000. Also, A TRACT OF LAND. In Appomattox County, Yn.—235 acres—within two hnd-a-balf mile* of Pamplin'a Depot, bit located imm» diatelv on >outli-sule Railroad, one-fonrth in best For est Growth, anil one-fourth in Pine Forest ; lies very level; susceptible of highest improvements: has a bed of the celebrated Appomattox Pipe Clay ; also a Soap stone quarry a few yards from the Railroad bed : dwell ing House, five ro"zu«, ofllee, kitchen, ice-house, Ac._ The wood for fuel i» said to be worth more than double the price asked, which is A TRACT OF TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE ACRES. In the county of Halifax, south side of Dan river, twelve miles south of Boston Depot, nearly one-third In original f< rest, thirty acres creek fiat, some flue plant • land, well adapted loail the staple crops ; Hue orchard. Improvements—ordinary dwelling, kitchen, stables, new corn crib, two good barns. The whole a desirable farm for profitable cropping. A bargain mav be had in this land. Terms—ei’her cash or twelv* mouths’ credit. Also, ?1YB HUNDRED AND SSYKNTT-PIYB ACRES, ON CAIN CKKEK. Three and a half miles northeast of Danville—near two hundred acres in wood ; all land of good body. In good condition and little worn. The homestead improve ments very moderate, but six good tobacco barns, seve ral good orchards. Will be sold together or In two tracts. On* of TWO HUNDRED AND FIVE ACRES, For #1,3o<> cash. The two together for #7.000 cash, or B8.000, one-fonrth cash, residue in six, twelve and eigh teen m nths. The wood, for fuel, sold In Danville, will mors than pay for the tract. Also, A HOUSE AND LOT IN MILTON, NORTH CAROLINA, Situated in the most central and business part of the town, joining Newbell's drug store. The house is two storied , con d be made a comfortable dwelling, while the front room, with a little fitting up, would make one of the finest store-rooms in town Can be honght cheap. READ A HILL. jan-’fi-tf Land Agents, Danville, Va. ~pxTENSIVE LAND AGENCY. ». *. xkad. wii.iisx a. cxitr. Attorney at Law Clerk Charlotte County and Circuit Court, j READ * SMITH, LAND AGINT3. The undersigned have formed a eoanectlon for the ■ale an# parcha** of REAL ESTATE, leasing LANDS, > blriu. LaBoR. Ac., Ac., In the coonties of Charlotte, Lonsnbuig, Prince Edward. Appomattox and Mecklen- ! burg A list of FARMS, Ac., for sale by us, will be remitted, on application, to any parties desiring to buy or lease in those counties. Karts OCXs.—Judge Hunter Marshall, Hon. William | ficctt, William W. Read. William Green, Esqs., Char- ' lotte county ; Messrs. Echols, Bell A Catlett, Staunton; A. F. Mcliwaine A Co., Petersburg ; William B. Robins, 1^j(t>b*rt Morton, and -V C. Read, Richmond ; and Cle " gjgkt Read, New York city. ''nMHress READ A SMITH, janre-dAcdm Charlotte county, Ya. | Emplo yment office for freed.men! We have opened an office on Fifth street, between ; Broad and Grace, in Richmond, for the purpose of sc curing EMPLOYMENT FOR FKEEDMEN, and furnishing * Farmer* and other* with such class of labor as they may need. Railroad contractors, farmers, manufacturers and citl Mo* wanting Freedman as laborers for any purpose, ! can leave their names with us, and we will'secure the hands wanted. Freedmen desiring employment can have their names , registered in books kept in onr office, and we will se- I cure them places and attend to the making of contracts. feb7-dAc-*m_GEORGE E. TAYLOR A CO. EL. COFFEY, late of Richmond, Virginia, • LAND and GENERAL AMERICAN AGENT, No. 17 Grace Church street, E. C., LONDON. Mr. Coffey begs Imtb In inform him frimrwl* in Am*ri<*A !ih hit* r*. . tabilphftd hizapvlf at th« above *ddre»<*, a* Land and Qtnvnti American Agent. Partis* wishing to »«li or . laa«a Farming or Grating LA5D&, in Virginia or any other ^tate, wnl please ci»iuiuuaicata with him. Com mercial and General Financial Hu»ine*s solicited. Re far to Barton A Roger*. Main street, between Seventh ond Eighth, four door* from hpolswood Hotel, mhl-lm* SEWING MACHINES. &c. \fETROPOUTAnTurS 1SHING ROOMS, 17» BROAD street Vadim- avi) can.sii.vs CLOAK*. DREisSRs AND UNDER-GARMENTS Rid, tb order la ths ROtT FASHION A RLE STYLES. TUvliNO, WITCHING, EMBROIDERY, UCILTINd, And every description of FAMILY SEWING, BaaartfoUy don* on tb* GROVER A BAKER SEWING MACHINE At the New OAcs, 178 Broad etreet. R. C. ST EVENS As.nt W B.-MACHINES REPAIRED. mhlS tf QROVEK A BAKE-.’S SEWING MACHINE AGENCY, 1T8 Bread str««t, between Fifth md Sixth. Machines REPAIRED. MACHINE SILK, ill color*. CLARK S MACHINE COTTONS. Sachin* Oil. Machine NEEDLES R. C. STEVENS, j mhiO-tf Agent. CELLING OFF! SELLLNG OFF! REMOVAL TO NSW YORK. L. ESBERO. corner Ciry and Thirteenth etreeti, tn tnnde removing to Sew York, nboat the let of April a*xt, ind offer. hU Urge »tock of Whiskey, Ram, Brandy, Rhine Wine, Sherry, Gin, Port Win*. Clarets, Champagne lu original Package. ; aUo a general i> avrlment of OROCBR1BS. MM* b*low market price,. 10 « to «v. e**t of reehlp mat. Pirrte* hiring eiilm, again.: tb. arm will DUa.-« a*nd them la M on** for eettleiaeot. y _ . _ , L BSBBRO. Cary and Thirteenth streek I mhltt___Commercial Block. jr SALE—IN BOND OR DUTY pau>Z US «aee* eoperior OLD FRENCH BRANDY JnU* Robbia and Otard, Dnpny ft Co. brand.), received th„ i j.T British brig W 1>. Na*h FRENCH A CRENSHAW, j /CHEESE! CHINESE!!-mT boxes strictly CBm T*sTO»8AC*. A<rKKREL^-150 kits Nos. 1 and 2 ^JRaCKKRKL, jn»t received ^ Ilf TOO ADTOTWMCDfT& E JOHN B. FULLER, MANUFACTURES and dealer. r So. 8 Dey street, New York, id Bat In etere and ready for Immediate shipment, and I manufacturing to order, r. PORTABLE AND STATIONARY STEA3 * ENGINES AND BOILERS, * to MO horae power ; Circular* and Upright Saw Mill ri of the most approved eoaetraction, of all elite, eutiin; *' 7>J0 to 1400 feet of lumber per hoar; Grlet Mills, Mil Irons, Water Wheels, and every kind of Mill Ma coinery; Sugar Mills, Paper and Mining Machinery “ Toole, Tanka, As.,for Oil and Salt Works; Cotton aa< v Woolen Machinery, Ac Vertical Planers, Woodworth Planing Ma * lion Planer*, cair^*. < Engine Latbee, 0nJ. * w<>od .Planing Ma t I"’1,1 Panlala’ Planing Machine# tSU&xsz. **&£*» l -am^P umn.*' T^g^Mn.e, Force Pump.,’ Pewer Morticing Machine* I rung Pwepi. dicing Machine*. - ' S ctlon Pumpe, Boring Machine., li rdraelle J«R*, Blind Slat Tenoning Ma e Screw Jack*. chine., » s i iftlng Pulley, and Hang- Cireular 9aw Bench#*, . ‘ .ir, Wright'. Patent Scroll Sawi Kubher and Leather Belt- Patent Bell Scroll Saws, ing«, Cireular Reserving Mill# Leather and Rubber Hoee, Upright Reserving Mill. Plumbing and Gae Fit- Rotary and Mining Pump. tings. Every description of Ma Steam and Ga. Pipes, ehlnery and Railway Sup Steam and Water Gauges, piiee. COTTON GINS ’ COTTON GINS ! COTTON GINS ! Tavlor, Eagle, Brown, Southern, Craven, Excel.loi milJ McCarthy Cotton Giu«. wlthengine. or hor«e pow er., and everything required for the same, in .tore, and f r sale at the lowest price. Your order, are. respect t fully solicited. oct23—ly J DAV EGA’S * PURCHASING BUREAU, Nos. 89 a.vt> AO Pars Row. All kind* of MERCHANDISE PURCHASED, i Experienced and competent buyer, engaged. order, filled promptly and taithfnlly at the Igwe.t j price*, and purchase, made only from firerclase and reliable house.. i Orders will be filled, PATABLK ON DELIVERY, when a -utllcient sum la remitted to cover Freight and Com j r-i-sions. j Commiaaloue on same not exceeding $100, FIVE per , c nt. | Commissions on eama exceeding $100, TWO AND A | CALF percent. Address ISAAC DAYKOA, I aov30--tf P- 0. Box !7oS, New York. 0 AFES.SAFES. , i' KilENKEL 4 AXTMANN, Manafbctarere of Ksivxil'r Ibprotsd Fill and BtrsaiAR-PBOor SALAMANDER 8AFE8. THE MOST RELIABLE SAFES NOW KNOWN! [ No. 198 Bailout 8T., B1TWBBR NORPOLR A5D SCPPOLB, NEW YORK. tf Order, .elicited.novIO-ly I AMES WILDE, Jr., & CO., yj Manufacturers and Jobbers of CLOTHING, I 4.' ARP 57 Wbitb stbiet, First door West of Broadway, NEW YORK. Jaxxa Wildb, J*. Job* 8. Wildb. Job. Wildb. [ap!5—tf]__ 1 1 PARSONS, vJ • lAirncTrui HADFIELD’S UNION FIREWORKS, IMPORTS* CHINESE FIRECRACKERS, ROCKETS, ETC., MASrPACTCKB* LANTERNS, FLAGS, ETC. also, * large assortment of hie own Importation of T0Y8 AND FA5CY GOODS. ‘U InKn C»M*1 near Rroa,i«if SEW YORK. cetlS--ly__ i y RICE & LONG, VI CAP. BUILDERS, TRENTON, N. J. Ib2 Beoadwat, Nsw York. 1340 Brack Street. Philadelphia, Pa., Are prepared to execute with despatch orders for all d—eriptions of PASSENGER and FREIGHT CARS. Especial attention is invited totheir PATENT STEAM P-inSEXGER CARS, now running so successfully and economically on manv Northern and Western roads. S 182 BROADWAY. New York. offices.. BBACH STREET, PhiladelphiA. Refer to Gio. W. Gaics, Esq., Portsmouth, Va. nov4--ly# rTTTi NEWS. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY I THE NEW YORK WEEKLY AND SEMI WEEKLY NEWS. GREAT FAMILY NEWSPAPERS! BENJAMIN WOOD Emitter and Proprietor. Journals of politics, literature, . fs-hions, market and financial reports, interesting mis co.Mny, and new. from all parts of the world, lm [ pr lvemeuts introduced. Immense circulations deter t mined on. The large.!, best and cheapest papers pub 1 ■ led in Sew York. NEW YORK WEEKLY NEWS, published every Wednesday—single copies 6cents ; one 1 copy, one year, $3 ; three copies, one year, $3 30; five ce.'ies, one year, $S 73; ten copies, one year, $17, and an xtracopy to any club of ten; twenty copies, one ve.ir, $30. The Weekly News Is sent to clergymen at $1 til). SEMI-WEEKLY1 NEWS, published every Tues day and Friday—single copies, ooe year, $4 ; three co pe -, one year, $lo; five copies, one year, $13; ten co pies, one year, $3n, and an extra copy to any elub of ten . twenty copies, one year, $33; to clergymen, $3. NEW Y'ORK DAILY' NEWS—to mail subscribers, $10 per annum : six months, $3. For sale by all newsdeal ers. Specimen copies of Dally and Weekly News seat fr-e. Address BEXJ. WOOD, Daily News Building, No. It* City Hal! Square, New Y'ork City. sep3«—tf 1) A C I F I C II O T E L, X 170, 172, 174 and 170 Greenwich street, On* square west of Breadway, Between Courtland and Day streets, NEW YORK. JOHN PATTEN, JR.PROPRIETOR. The PACIFIC HOTEL is well and widely known to the travelling public. The location is especially suita ble to merchants and business men. It lslncloseprox lm it to the business part of thecity ; is on the highway of Southern and Western travel, and adjacent to all the principal railroad and steamboat depots. The Pacific has liberal accommodations for over three hnndrad guests; It Is well furnished, and possesses every modern improvement for the comfort and enter tainment of its inmates. The rooms are spacious and well ventilated; provided with gas and water; the at tendance is prompt and respectful, and the table Is gen erously provided with every delicacy of the season. The subscriber, who, for the past few years, has been the lessee, is now sole proprietor, and intends to iden tify himself thoroughly with the interests of his house. W h long experience as a hotel-keeper, he trusts, by rao lerate charges and a liberal policy, to maintain the favarable reputation of the Pacific Hotel. To prevent overcharge by hackmen, the coaches of the hotel are owned by the proprietor. s-p2S—lyJOHN PATTEN, Jr. DURYEA’S MAIZENA, Was the only "prep arr. Ion for food from Indian Corn” that received a medal and honorable mention from the Royal Commis si' ners, at the great International Exhibition, London, 1WJ, the competition of all preminent manufactu rer- of “Corn Starch ’ and "Prepared Corn Flour” at th! and other countries notwithstanding. MAIZENA. the food and luxury of the age, without a single fault. One trial will couvince the most skeptical. Makes Pit Idings, Cakes, Custards, Blanc Mange. Ac., without Isinglass, with few or no eggs, at a cost astonishing to the most economical. A slight addition to ordinary wb-at Hour greatly Improves bread and cake. It is al-o excellent for thickening sweet sauces, gravies for fish and meat, soaps, Ac. For Ice cream nothing can co: pare with It. A little boiled in milk will produce rich cream for coffee, chocolate, tea, Ac. l ut np in one poond packages, nnderthe trademark M.vzena, with directions for nse. A most delicious article of food for children and ln va Is of all ages. For sale by Grocers and PrnggUte everywhere. Wholesale Depot, 168 Pulton street. New York. WILLIAM DCRYEA, Je'l*—ly General Agent. DERRICKSON & BARTLETT, Wholisali PAPER AND RAG DEALERS, No se Beekman street.New York. Pointing, Writing Wrapping A Colored Papers, Straw I and Blndsrs’Boards, Tarred RooJn* Paper, Paper Msnu faci-.rers’ Snppllee, and all kinds of Paper Mill Machine ry Paper of ererr description made to order. Rage taU n In exchange for paper. Orders by mail promptly attended to. _oet2+—ly ^OLEN it STEERS, 1 ’ FlfTT-THIkD STKIXT A5D SlCO.Vp AV15n. NSW YORK, ; Wholesale and retail Dealers In all kinds of LUMBER, Manufacturers of MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, and BOX SHOOKS Turning In all Its branches. Books containing Patterns of Mouldings sent on application d-c2My____ Manhood and the viuok of youth restored In four weeks by DR. RICORD’S Essence if Life. This wonderful agent will restore manhood to ;he most shattered constitutions, whether arising from ixc -sses. sole abuse, the effects of climate, or natural ^ snn«es. Time required to cure the most inveterate cases l» f ur weeks. Failure ts lmpoesible. Dr. Bicord’s Es sence of Life is sold in cases with full instructions for use, at S3, or four quantltiea in ene for >9, and will be ' •eot to any part, carefully packed, on receipt of remit tance to hie accredited agent, PHILIP ROLAND, 34 Liberty street. New York._novgg-gm a The inventors AND MANUFACTURERS OF * FAIRBANKS'STANDARD SCALES j if Ath *••• importance to the very Urge number of . wh'rh Kmwm v PREMIUMS* f “ *w*rde<i to th-m by Kientiflc, mechA- | tic Ur ***°***tt9M* thAn to the ewph* ▼#ar« extendinTfi^v men» a term of , u ,... Uf. i,t -*• well-known and onlreieally demand for these STANDARD JKjS? , Erery effort will be oe-j 77s’ . of our friends, consistent with a retenUo!* 7*nU ] perlor qoalltiea and perfect protection 0f“,v°**lr *,5' wide reputation for ACCURACY DCR ' , CONVENIENCE. “ABILITY and ' Warranted, ae nsnal. ‘ Fairbanks a Co nov4—8m_232 Broadway^New Tor^ J^RENKEL ft AITM a~1Tn , ! Maxrracrpaau or • I IRON BEDSTEADS, Bat Stands, Cribs, Hall and Garden Chairs, Ssttees, Store »nd Piano Stools, Umbrella Stands, and Iron Railing, So. lw Baooui St., ■mrss.v NonPot* *»p Stttolx, j ■ ... NEW YORK. •» Ordsrs solicited norSO-lIm 1 nw YORK ADYRRTIMnCKRT* , wTTTTflH e sTjewelby, diamond! YV musical instruments, SILVER WARE. BRONZES. Ac.. WORTH 0\JK ONE MILLLION DOLLARS! * • All to b« told at FIVE DOLLARS EACH, without r< g»rd to value, and not to b« paid for^unM you kno what you aro to receive. „i ^ 1,733 Gold and Silver Watches were distribute among the patrons of Parkinson A Company during th , month of January, 1666. Read comments by the Presi speaking of the firm in the most complimentary mac 1 ner: “ A most industrious and prosperous house. 1 Shippeusburg (Pa.) Sdufitiei.Give ail who deal wit them perfect satisfaction.”—Dunkirk (If. T.) Journal “ Enjoy a high reputation tor honorable dealing an the quality of their goods.”—New Palu(N. T.) fSatm “ Perfectly reliable and will do all they promise, - Nvack (5. T.) City and County. “ Stand high for hon esty sod fair dealing.”—FUhklll (N. T.) Journal “ Honorable and falr-dsaling man.’ -Stapleton <N. Y. Journal. “One of the olde.t sod most reliable Arm in basin ess."—Canajoharte (». Y Kf,® their word and act honorably by their patrons. - Lvons (N. Y.) Press. ' 5oo Solid Gold Hunting Watches. 300 Magic-cased Gold Watches. -W 30 SoO Ladies' Enameled Watches. 100 30 900 Diamond Cluster Ladies’ Sets. 300 70 1.000 Diamond Solitaire Rings. 75 25 1 OOO Heavy Silver Hunting Watches. 75 15 llooo Open-face Silver Watches. 20 7 1,0X> Silver and Mahogany Musical Boxes.. 100 So l|iO0 Silver Dining Sets. 75 35 1,50*) Silver Tea Sets, complete. 50 25 2,0t>0 Silver Urns and Salvers. 75 2ft 2.000 Seven-chamber Revolver.. 75 35 2.500 Patent .ingle-barrel Pistols. 25 7i 2.000 Richly framed Oil Paintings. 75 3ft 2,300 Elegant pearl Opera Glasses. 25 7. 3.000 Mammoth Photograph Albums. 15 ft 3,000 Cluster Diamond Rings. 25 lot 3.000 Ladles' Oval Bracelet.. " 5.500 Gold Chains, of different designs. 25 35 3.500 Gold Thimbles, chased. 3 _ 15,t.i0 Signet and Plain Gold Rings. 3 “ 10,000 Gentlemen'. Scarf Pin..‘ 3 * 12,500 Brooches and Ear Drops. 3 3; 12,300 Gold Locket., double glass. 3 J 10.000 Gold Pen. and Gold Holder.. ” 10.000 Set. Stud, and Sleeve Buttons. 3 £ 5,i«sj silver Goblets and Drinking Cups. 3 » 5,isiO Sets Tea, Table ar.d Des.ert Spoons.... 10 -- 5.000 bets Tea. Tabie and Dessert Forks. 10 j. 5 000 Set. Tea, Table and Dessert Ktdves.... 10 -* 2.5 U Revolving Silver Castors. -3 7. 2,300 silver Cake and Frnlt Basket*. -3 7t 12,500 Wine Holders and other articles. 3 11 To immediately dispose of the above magniflceul stock, certificates naming the articles are placed In sealed envelopes and well mixed. Holders are entitled to the articles named on their certificate upon a pay ment of *5, whether it he a beautifnl Watch, or a Musi cal Box worth $500, or Plain Gold Ring, worth *5. The return of any of our certificate* entitles you to the ar ticle namedthereon, upon payment, irrespective of its woith, and a. no article valued le.s than #5 Is named on any certificate, it will at once be seen thai this is NO LOTTERY, but a straight-forward, legitimate transaction, which ui.iY be participated in even by th® most fastidions. gif'Any one wishing to inve*t in (he above enter pride c:in receive a sample packag® of a halx-doien cer titrate., naming some of the above articles, by seeming a-tamped envelope bearing their address. Certificates not to be paid for unless fully satisfactory. M o do this that all may be convinced of our sincerity and the genu ineness of our sale. Call on "^address, ^ & ^ teb20-3m _208 Broadway, New York. tYoWES & MACT, A (Formerly Offlcers of the Park Bank,) bankers, No. SO WALL STRKBT. NEW YORK. POCR PER CENT. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. Persons opening accounts may deposit and draw as they please, the same as with the eity bank*, and will be allowed Interest on their dally balance at fonr per cent. Collections made upon any part of the United States or Canada. Orders for the purchase or sale of the various issues of Government and other Stocks, Bonds and Gold promptly executed for the nsnal commission. an‘24—tf_______.— §500,000. “PITAL' __ TH « XT mtt SR COMPANY. NEW YORK. SUPERIOR LINENPAPER COLLARS, Manufactured by D. M. Smyth’* Patent. W« zna&utkcture the Extra BYRON COLLAR Double Extra BYRON COLLAR Printed BYRON COLLAR Extra Corrugated BYRON COLLAR Faucv Corrugated BYRON COLLAR Silver Corrugated BY RON COLLAR French Enameled BYR‘>N COLLAR Extra GARROTB COLLAR Extra Corrugated UAKKOTE COLLAR Silver Corrugated GAKROTE COLLAR And all from the best quality of material to be found In the country. 6®"We claim it to be the best and cheapest Collar In Works, 163 Washington street, NEW YORK. febl5-3m _ _ gPECIAL NOTICE TO THE LADIES. Ladie* desiring a clear and beautiful complexion should use the genuine GEORGE W. LAIRD’S BLOOM OF YOUTH! Thl* delightful Toilet Article ha* no equal for PRE SERVING and BEACT1PYIN0 the COMPLEXION and SKIN, and will REMOTE TAN, FRECKLES, and ail other DISEASES OF THE SKIN. Sold by Druggists everywhere. Depot—74 Fulton street. New York. Jan30-6m K. H. SKINKER. C. R. SXIXKBR. *• H. PEN DEBTOR. H. SKINKEK & CO., (Latb op RrcHXORD, Va.,) GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 83 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK, Offer their service* for the PURCHASE<OF MERCHAN D1SE ON ORDER, and for the SALE OF COTTON, FLOUR, GRAIN, Ao._ftb8~Slr JJENRY a JOHN PARET, Jr„ S3 CHAMBERS STREET, NEW YORK, Manufacturers and Jobber* of C L 0 T n I N G . A LARGE STOCK ADAPTED TO SOUTHERN TRADE. JaBlS-6m _ Dickerson, kjeed & co., Importer* of and Dealers la TIN PLATB, SHEET ISON, COPPER, WIRE, ZINC, And all other articles for Tinners’ use, 29 asd 31 Cupp street, cob.nkr op Fpltor, NEW YORK. s#pl2—ly BROWN'S STANDARD SCALES, Used by the UNITED STATES and FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS for more than Thirty Year*. Adapted to any branch of Business for Foreign or Home Market*. Warranted accurate and durable. • Sale* Room* No. 3 Barclay street, near Broadway, New York. seplS—ly R. BROWN, Manufacturer. piKST PREMIUM* STEAJISA'W MILLS. The first prise, the Gold Medal, was awarded to the WASHINGTON IRON WORKS, >y the American Institute, at their Fair, lu October, S63, for the best CIRCULAR SAW MILL AXD STEAM ENGINR. <®*Orders for these, Gang Saw Mills, Sugar Mills, leneral Machinery, Iron and Braes Castings, Forgings, iallroad Cars, A*., Ac., promptly filled. Address GEO. M. CLAPP, Treasurer, Newburgh, N. Y., or L. C. WARD, Agent, dec9-ly 65 Liberty street (Room No. 8), N.JT. Ilo. D. FOWLS. wa. I. SOT. HC0H BIOS. pOWLE & CO... (Formerly .of Alexandria, Ya.,) COMMISSION MERCHANTS, IliPO BTXBI OF RAILROAD iron and dealers in railroad 8UP PLIES. Oflc® 5|. 70 Brotdw&T, 5BW TOBK. __ £octl 4-0 m]____ pODD& RAFFERTY, ENGINEERS AND FOUNDERS, 'FF1CK AND WORK:!, PATERSON, NBW JER8ET, WAREHOUSE, NO.. 4, DEY ST., NEW YORK, (auufacturera ofStatioi lary and Portable Steam Engine* nd Boilers ; Flax, list tp. Tow, Oakum, and Rope Ma hinery; Shafting, Mill Gearing, Iron and Brass Cast ags o f all kinds; Lathe s. Planing Machines, Drills; hapi ng. Slotting and B ering Machines ; Gear Cotters, 'entitling. Milling and Bolt Cutting Machines; Chuoks f al 1 kinds, Leather am i Rubber Belting, Lace Leather, lelt Hooks, and general supplies for railroad and other »as htne shops. Judson A Snow’s Patent Governors ; •v Mills, Cotton G!ns„ Presses, Ac., constantly on land TODD A RAFFBRTT, Tebl2-ly No. 4 Dey street, New York. BKIEN & UARK1 JRE. COA [MISSION MERCHANTS, NEW YORK. Consignments of any description of PRODUCE, or irders for the pure has* of same, or any busineaa ap lertaining to a General Commiselon House, a* also ton ignment* or orders to oar friands abroad, where we tave extensive connections, are solicited. Particalars of all markets will bo given upon inqul y, and advances made upon business entrusted to ue r our friend* CARRRRB A CO.. Commission Merchants, mh7-6rr New Orleans. MANIPULATED GUANO.—THE JAMKS 31 RIVER MANUFi CTUR1NG COMPANT having ’rocnied a topplv of P« ruvlan Guano, of recent impor *“00, in now ready to t leliver it* preparation, first in rodace.1 la I860, and favorably known a* th» JAMES iV.KR MaillPULATEB GUANO. * "» ton consists of on< thousand pounds each of pure r*ruvian» and Phospha tin Guano, finely ground and ^rraeiiy mixed, and It e onfiiently recommended to the >nblle “ * aapTrior no* lulteraled Fertiliser E.B BENTLEY, mk2«-2w* Agent. NEW YORK ADVERTTSUCMTi. r, HPHE UNIVjTbSJuT CLOTHES WRINGER Thi. WRINGER has taken the fia*T paaatca In th r Great Fair of the American Institute—-also, at the Stat j Fair* of Sew Tork, Vermont, Pennsylvania, Michigan H I Indiana, Ittinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Connecticut Rive -! Valley Fair, Champlain Valley Fair, and at most o i the County and Institute Fairs throughout the oouotry j Over 200,000 have been told, and are now in use In thi United States, and we never heard of one belngthrowi aalde because It was not liked. ) The Universal is superior to all other Wringers, it j haring larger rolia of solid India Robber, so protects by strong cog wheels that they cannot slip or breal > loose from the shaft. Its strong wood frame cannot b< J broken, and does not rust or soil the clothes. Ever] J Universal Wringer Is warranted. > We select a few testimonials from persons widel] » known to the pnblic, who speak from actual expo i rience, and are above suspicion of misstatement: > “My family would as soon give up the cookinj 1 stove as this Clothes Wringer. It cannot bo too high i ly recommended.”—Sotos Robinson. ’ This la the first Wringer I have found that woult | stand the service required of it.”—J. P. Hrooisr l Lovbjot’s Hotrl. ' * We think the Machine much more than pays foi , Itself every year In the saving of garments. W< 1 think it important the Wringer should befitted wit! ’ cogs.”—Oranor Judd, Editor or American Aiibicul , tc racist. “ I heartily commend It toeconomlsts of time, monej and contentment.”—Kbv. Dr. Bellows.” “ It saves labor, expedites work, makes the laundresi good-natured, does not tear off buttons, and is Indis pensable In a well regulated family”—R. 8. Stores Jr., D. D. “ Every week has given It a stronger hold upon the affections of the inmates of the laundry. Every mem ber of the honsehold Is In admiration of it.”—New York Obsekvbr. A good canvasser can make money rapidly Belling them In every town. Exclusive sale guaranteed and liberal terras given to responsible parties who first ap ply. Dealers who will purchase a few and pnt them out on trial, can soon make large sales. Setyl'for de scriptive circular and terms. R. C. BROWNING, General Agent, octl8---eod6rn 347 Broadway,Now York. JOHN riCKIIARDT’S PATENT EXTEN SION PARLOR SOFA BEDSTEADS. CRIB, NURSE and OFFICE BED Manufactory and Salesroom of FURNITURE of avery description 167 Blheoker Street, NEW YORK. Billiard table factory . OP F. FEDDBRKE & B. WEHRLB, .No. 100 Cbntrr street, NEW YORK. (Patented April 6,1889.) BILLIARDS of every description, Cnos, Cloth, Chalk and Bagatelles constantly on hand. All orders addressed to our houso will meet with prompt attention. Orders respectfully solicited. feblO—eod3m _ _ __ pAPER-MAKERS’ SUPPLIES. WM. STANIAR, 62 Fulton Strut.NKW YORK, Manufacturer of FOURDRINIER WIRES, DANDY ROLLS, MAKING CYLINDERS, WASHER CYLINDERS AND FKLTS, BRASS, COPPER AND IRON WIRB CLOTH. FACTORY, BELLEVILLE, N. J. ORDERS SOLICITED. feblSeodSm __ ____ FR. KRUSE, MANUFACTURER OP SHOW CASES. Show Case* of all styles on band, and sold on the MOST LIBERAL TERMS. «r Orders solicited. 139, MULBERRY STREET, (Near Grand, two blocks from Broadway,) NEW YORK. jan26-eodSm Q. K 0 C H , Mannfacturer ot CABINET FURNITURE, No. 131 Essex Strbkt, Corner of Rivlngton Street, NEW YORK. Complete assortments of the latest atvles. constantly on hand, which, for eleganco and dura\>llhty, have no rival. 8old at wholesale and retail on the most reasonable terms. Orders solicited. ALL GOODS WARRANTED. febS-eodStu - _____ IMMENSE IMPROVEMENT IN STEAM. HICK’S Patent Dlrect-actini:, Reclprocating-plston STEAM ENGINES Save 75 per cent, in space, weight, transportation, friction and parts over the best engines, with great economy in steam and repairs. The Cheapest, Simplest, most Compact and Durable made. Adapted to all pur poses. For circular, address THE HICKS ENGINE CO., No. 88 Liberty street New York. dec21-2tuw6m FISCHER & BROTHER, Manutacturers of INLAID AND DECORATIVE FURNITURE, 126 MacDocoal Street, Between BLockor and Amity, mhl4-eod3m NEW YORK. HEIL & HAAS, No. 1 Dover Strbbu, West end of Bowery, between Bowery and Chatham street, NEW YORK, manufacturers ot every description ot SHOW CASES, In 8ilver, German Sliver, Rosewood, Mahogany, Wal nut, ete. A good assortment always on hand or made to order at the shortest notice. Cases shipped bo any part of the United States or Canada. mhl4-eod8m JJRY GOODS. LATHROP, LUDINGTON & CO., 330 Broadwat.NEW YORK, Offer to Southern and Western Jobbers and Katatlers, at the lowest market prices, FOR CASH, A very large and attractive stock of DRESS GOODS, CLOTHS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY feb6--eed3m WHITE GOODS, Ac. ROBERT FOULDS, IMPORTER OP FRENCH, I.VGLIBH A.VD GERMAtf TOYS, FANCY GOODS, CHINA AND FIREWORKS, Also MANUFACTURER OF TRANSPARENT fflATKS. No. 39 John Strkbt, New York. nov4—eodlv___ F~ROBERG & ZULL, manufacturers of 8HOW CASES (IN METALAND WOOD), 219 Cbntrb Strebt, Ner Grand, two blocks from Broadway, NEVf YORK. A great assortment of SHOW-CASKS constantly on hand, which, for neatness and durability, hare no rival. Orders solicited._ Jan29-eod3m JgOLTS, NUTS, WASHERS and SCREWS. - « LEACH BROTHERS, No. 88 Libsbtt Stbbkt, NEW YORK, MANUFACTURE R8, Have on hand all sixes and kinds of BOLTS, NUTS, WASHERS AND SCREWS. ALSO, RAILROAD AND MACHINISTS’TOOLS AND SUPPLIES. nov9—eod6m BANK NOTICES. XTOTICE.—At a meeting of the Board of Directors o. the Bank of Virginia, on Friday, Oc tobea 13,1865. the following resolutions were adopted : Resolved, That notice be given, by publication in the newspaper., that the Bank of Virginia will redeem . circulating notes, and pay djpoaiU atandlng on 1st Jnlr 1S61 a» they do now, at the rate of twenty n e ienu (25) in coin, or the equivalent in curr.ncy per dollar ; or will advance sixteen cents per .d JV,' coin, or the equivalent in currency, to such holder. and on snch deposits, the parties to 7'®**® a ratable proportion of such amount mi *“7“®*®**. and made available from the asset, of the Bank for distribution when its affairs can be brought to a Cl Resolved. That depositors having balances dnethem in Confederate currency be requested forthwith to with draw such balances. JAMES CASKIE, President, octn-tf A. F. DENNY, Acting Cashier. PRIME’SUGARS 1 8 hhds. prfcie Pot to Rico Sugar 100 boxes adamantine Candle# 50 dozen Buckets, large and medium 20 bags Bio Coffee 30 bags prime Coffee ^ * Onc.nsignm.ut and for sale. ^ gTOgEg & C0. JUST^ RECEIVED—THE LATEST STYLE Paris DRESS TRIMMINGS for the 8kirt and Should ' ere. Hair Cloth Dress Facings, all Silk Belting, fcj JOHN HAKTZ, ' Dealer in all kinds of Trimmings. Fancy G°°d® and Perfumeriea,217 Broad st., pet. 4tn and 5th. XLE GREASE.—BidweLfT Axle Grease, in kegs and small boxes, alao Machine Oil, Lard and other Lubricating Oils, jnst received. For sale by A BODKKEK A BROTHER, mh24f Druggist., No. 10 Main «t. 2 FOrt 3H*THS. U»e P early An* you save by killln s swarms now in embryo. Sold by every druggist. HARRIS sCHaPMaN,'Boston. mh29-3t JpAMILY DYE COLORS. r PATENTED OCTOBER IS, IMS. f Black, Bark Green, Black for 8Uk, Light Green, Dark Blue, Magenta, Light Blue, Malie, French Blue, Maroon, i Claret Brown, Orange, Dark Brown, Pink, Light Brown, Purple, 8nuff Brown, Royal Purple, Cherry, Salmon, Crimson, Scarlet, Dark Drab, Slate, Light Drab, Solferine, Fawn Drab, Violet, Light Fawn Drab, Yellow, For Dying Silk, Woolen and Mixed Goods. Shawls Scarfs, Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves, Bonnets, Hats, Feathers, Children’s Cloth ing, and all kinds of Wearing Apparel. HT A saving of eighty per cent. 54 For 25 cents you can color as many goods as wouh otherwise cost live times that sum. Various shade oan be produced from the same dye. The process 1 simple, aod any one can use the Dye with perfect sue cess. Directions In Bnglish French and German, Inside 0 each package. HOWE A STEVENS, 260 Broadway, Boston. For sale by Druggists and dealers generally. octK—6m EMS OF SACRED SONG.—A NEW VOLUME OF THE CHOICEST PIECES OF TH1 BEST COMPOSERS, With Piano Accompaniments; : beantifnl collection of popular music, uniform with th< previous volumes ofth° “Home Circle Series,” non consisting of seven volumes, the whole forming th< most complete and valuable library of Piano Musii published, to which will soon be added “(JEMS 01 bCoTTI-H SONU,” now in press. Price of each, plain •2 50 , cloth, M ; cloth, full gilt, t-1. OLIVER DITSON & CO., mhl7-tf 277 Washington st., Boston. AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSES. CORN I’LAN THUS, 1! ARROWS, Nc.-W, are making an improved pattern CORN PLANTER to which we call the especial attention of farmers, ii being one of the most important of labor-saving imple ments. A boy with ono horse plants as much ground in a day as the same force could mark out for plaolirfi In the old way. We sell, also, Routt’s and Sinclair’: improved PLANTERS, at manufacturers’ prices. A full stock of Planters’ Hoes, Corn Plows, ono and two-horse Harrows, &c., Jtc., now in store. We art now receiving orders for McCormick's Self-Raklnj Reapers and Mowers, Kirby's combined Reaper and Mower, the celebrated “Union Slower,” Cayuga Chle Reaper and Mower, Pitt’s Threshers, Separators and Cleaners, Smith's Horse Powers and Threshing Drums. Montgomery’s Rockaway Wheat Fans, Bickford 4 Huffman's Grain and Guano Drill, Seymour's Plaster, Lime and Guano Spreador, at manufacturers' prices and terms, and every machine warranted. Farmers willdc well to order ea’rly to avoid disappointment. H. M. SMITH SCO., mh’JOf H Slain street. LANDRETH’S WARRANTED GARDEN SEEDS, (CROP OF 1866), Just received and for sale. We keep constantly on hand FARM GRIST 5IILLS, WHEELED HAY RAKES CORN SHELLERS, 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 Implements. We also sell PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES and 8AW MILLS, and BATES' HOISTING MACHINES Sole agents for the State of Virginia lor the sale of RUSSELL’S COMBINED MOWER and REAPER BUCKEYE COMBINED MOWER and REAPER ASTNA COMBINED MOWER and REAPER BUCKEYE WHEELED CORN PLOUGH Also, MONITOR MOWER and REAPER. < BECKHAM S CO., feb2-tffCary, between 11th and 12th streen. -wv fp i n v ri TO THB FARMERS AND PLANTER8 OF VIRGINIA. The undersigned ask the attention of the Farmers and Planters of Virginia to their stock of FARMING IMPLEMENTS, Ac., for the Spring Trade. We name, In part: PLOWS and CASTINGS, of all the approved sires and patterns. CORN and TOBACCO CULTIVATORS, CORN SHELLERS and CUTTING BOXES, WASHING MA CHINES, CHUKNS, WELL CURBS, SHOVELS, SPADES, HOES, FORKS, HAMES, TRACE CHAINS, Ac. These in want can rely upon getting a good article and their orders promptly atteuded to. ALLISON A ADDISON, feb28| Fifteenth street, Richmond. Agricultural warehouse — ESTABLISHED IN 1646 —The subscribers still continue their business at the old stnsid on Franklin atroet, between Wall street and the Ballard House, and will be glad to see their old customers and the public generally. In addition to the atockof PLOWS of our own patterns, we make Rick’s Iron Beam Plows, for one, two, three and four horses, known as F. D. D.; Washington, Old Dominion and Pioneer Plows ; Plow Castings for nearly all the Plows in use. And keep for sale Garden Seeds, Timothy, Herds and Orchards Grass Seeds ; Baltimore Company Voudrette ; Baltimore Company super Phosphate of Lime, Ac., Ac., As. GEORGE WATT A CO. au29—tf ______ Fresh garden seed, UNION WASHING MACHINE8. By steamer we are in receipt of our spring supply of fresh and pure GARDEN SEED, And on hand, UNION WASHING MACHINES, Plows, Castings, Agricultural Implements, Ac., Ac. For sale by Jan23-t GEORGE WATT A CO. HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c. WHOLESALE^HARDWARE HOUSE? GOVERNOR ST., RICHMOND, VA We are now receiving direct from the manufacturers in England, Germany and the United States, our SPRING STOCK, consisting, in part, of 2000 doi. pen and pocket Knives 1000 gross cocoa, bone, buck and ivory handle Table Cutlery 5000 pair trace, stage and halter Chains 760 dor. Elwell's, Peck’s A Powell’s weeding Hoes 2600 dor. pad, chest, till, cupboard, stock and knob Lock* 250 dor. grass and grain Scythes 250 dor scythe Snaths and grain Cradles 760 dor. Spades. Shovels, Forks, Rakes 1000 kegs Nails, assorted 100 kegs Horse Shoes 1(H) dor. Collins A Co’s, Mann A Stewart's Axes 40 tons Pots, Oveas, Spiders and Lids Carpenters’, Blacksmiths’, Saddlers' and Tanners’ Tools Builders’ and Housekeepers’ Hardware in great variety Machine Belting, Fairbanks’ Standard Scales Hoe’s Circular Saws, Manilla Rope, Ac.. Ac. To which we call the attention of the merchants of Virginia, Ndrth Carolina and Tennessee, feeling confl dent that onr stock is equal to any in the country and our prices as low as any regular house, w. B. dobs as, ) W. 8. D0NNAN A CO. JOBS ABHBH. 5 _ m*>8t M_ ACHIN1STS’ AND SAW MILL SUPPLIES, COACH MATERIALS, Ac. Circular Saws, Gum and Hemp Packing, Machine Belting, , Steam Gauges, Steam Whistle*, Water Gauges, Cocks, Oil Cups, Ac., AT MANUFACTURERS’ PRICES. Babbitt Metal, Files, Wrenches, Lace Leather, Rivets and Burs, Pelt Punches, Cross-cut Saw*, Axes, Ac CARRIAGE AND WAGON MATERIALS. Hubs, Spokes, Felloes. Shafts, Poles, Bows, Springs, Iron Axles, Bolts, Bands, Enameled Cloths, Leather, Oil Cloth, Laces, Fringes, Ac., And a general stock of Foreign and Domestic Hardware, Cutlery, Mechanics’ Tools, Ac., To which I respectiuuy invite .o.. o. v.,7 and country trade. WILLIAMS, (Formerly Williams A Blliott,) Jan23-tf .67, near l4th **• SCALES. A-~gencyand depot for the sale of FAIRBANK’8 A CO.’S STANDARD SCALES. We are sole agents In the city of Richmond for the sale of Fairbanks A Co.’s celebrated STANDARD,PLATFORM, WAREHOUSE and COUNTER SCALES, and keep constantly on hand a large and complete as sortment of all the leading sizes and stylss, which we offer at manufacturer's prices. W. S. TONNAN & CO., Governor street, octSO—tf Richmond, Va. TYPE FOUNDRIES. Richmond type foundry And PRINTERS FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, Richmond, Va. Sonthern manufactures should be supported. BOOK, NEWS and JOB TYPE, from the celebrated Bishop metal, and the latest Scotch faces. BOOK, NEWS, and FANCY INKS of all colors; wood type, cases, stands, leads, reglet, quotations, quotas, metal furniture, mallets, brass rule, plainers. brass dashes, shooting sticks, mitering machines, In fact every article requisite for a Printing Office, at North ern Prices Presses, new and second-hand, furnished to order. H. L. PELOCZK A CO., sep4—tf Richmond, Va. SADDLES, HARNESS, Ac. gADDLES and HARNESS. The undersigned would respectfully call the attention of merchants, farmers and others to his large stock of SADDLES, HARNESS, BRIDLES, Ac., Of his own manuf*etnre, which has been made up of the beet materials dnring the past Fall and Winter, which he warrants equal to any iu market in materia! and workmanship, all of wh ch he offer* at as low rate* as the same work can be purchased either North or South. All persons in want of anv goods in my line would do well to rive me a call before purchasing elsewhere, mhl-tl 0- Z MILK. pTl N I) ST ON E S~. 'gi tons Nova Scotia (Machinery) GRINDSTONES, Sondry sites, weighing from 700 to 1,400 poutidseach For sa'le on consignment.’ feb9t_*LEE A PETTYJOHN. COOKE’S COMPOUND SYRUP of BUCHU and Parelra Brava, just received. J. BLAIR, njji20f 107 Broad street. wfiraroTOH ADTZBTnxiaaTs, IJOHNVRT ELVANSuTcO^ Dealers II HARDWARE AND METALS, No. 30# Pen navi vania avenne, between Ninth and 5 ; Tenth street*, WASHINGTON, D. C. ' j L. H. HOPKINS. /. K. RLVANS. 0. B. PKAKSON I jan26-Sm_ •JJNITED STATES HOTEL, PENNSYLVANIA AVENUB, (Near the Capitol,) WASHINGTON, D. C M. H. BEAN A CO., Proprietors sepSO--eodlf 'Tiy'ALL, STEPHENS & CO., 322 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, j (Between 9th and 10th ste.) WASHINGTON, D. C. Dealers In Gentlemen's and Boys’ Ready Made CLOTH ING and FURNISHING GOODS, of fine qualities. Al*< TRUNKS, VALISES, CARPET BAGS, Ac., Ac. , j julj24--eod#m ___ TTT ILL ARD'S hotel, " WASHINGTON. D. C.. [ SYKES, CHADWICK & Co., Proprietors (Late of Girard House, Philadelphia.) i [ap26--eodly]_ , -J^BBITT HOUSE, COBN.E FOH.TE.NTH AND F^Sh”nGTON, D. C c. C. WILLARD, (For manv years Proprietor of Hygeia Hotel, Old Point Comfort, Va.,) _.,ov21-eod7m __ Proprietor^ ~\\WASHINGTON MEDICAL INSTITUTE VV WASHINGTON, D. C. Established as a refng from quackery and imposition, by E. T. LEON, M. D. Dr. Loon guarantees scientific treatment and a radica cure of all acute or chronic diseases, especially thos arising from self-abnse. . . The lengthy practice which the Doctor has had in tU treatment of those complaints has made him thorough ly acquainted with every symptom which may arise and his recent discoveries made iit their treatment jus tlfles him in bidding defiance to all competition Inthei ’'"organic WEAKNESS immediately cured, and ful vigor restored. ... The Doctor has made wonderful discoveries in treat ing, and miraculous CURES of diseases of the Lungs Heart, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder. Weakness of tin Back, Strictures, Dvspepsla, Palpitation of the Heart Impotency, Involuntary Discharges, Nervousness, Lan gour, Low Spirits, Timidity, Trembling, Confusion o Ideas, Dimness of Sight or Giddiness, and ;;11 those ter rible disorders arisiDg from solitary habits of youth rendering life miserable. YOUNG MEN who have injured themselves by t loathsome practice indulged in when alone, a habi frequently learned from evil companions, or at school the effects of which will totally unfit them for the du ties of man, and if not cured destroys both mind am bodv, should not neglect Rheir case ere it be too late Apply immediately to the Doctor, as he is the only on< who will warrant a CERTAIN CURE. Dr. Leon would cantion all who may be suffering, t< be careful of whom they confide in as a physician, a; the country is filled with quacks, imposters and sharp era, whose only abilities are for deceiving the unwarj and leading astray the unfortunate, instead of bringing them again into the social paths of society. No Charges Madb in Case op Fauxrb. All diseases of the Scalp, Hair and Skin cured. Foi further particulars, address, with stamps, E. T. LEON, M. D., Washington, D. C. Consnlting office, 420 Pennsylvania Avenue. ir 2*-iy DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c JOHN J. WOODROOP. WILLIAM P. W0ODR0OP YHTOODROOF BROTHERS, VV DRUGGISTS AND AP0THECARIE8, Corner Fourth and Franklin streets, Have on hand a large and complete assortment ol DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, DTE STUFFS, GARDEN SEEDS, Ac., Ac. Orders from coun try physicians promptly and carefully executed, mhlf __ UPUT’S DRUG AND PERFUMERY STORE, Between Focrth and Fifth, on Broad street. A fine assortment of French, English, and nothing but tho best American PERFUMERY ; TOILET WA TERS, lavender (Lubin’s), Florida Cologne, Farina (long bottles), Magnolia; EXTRACTS, Lubin'aVio lette, Upper-Ten and assorted : Soaps, Pomades, Band oline, Depilatory Powder; DIAMOND'and GOLDEN f,,r 11,., Hair T,-eth. Nail. Flesh and Clothes Brushes ; Combs, Ivory, Gutta Percba, Buffalo, 4c., 4c.; SACHET POWDERS, .Milletionr, Vlolette, Helltrope, 4c.; PUngeets, Llllv White. Meen, Fun, 4c., 4c., for sale by P. E. DUPTJY, Druggist. _r«27 r.... ... gLUNT & MOSELEY, DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES, 96 MAIN STREET, (Near Fourteenth, next to “Times" Building,) nave Just opened with an entire ness stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Dye Staffs, Per fumery, Fancy Articles, Soaps, Pomades, Combs, Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes,Surgeons' Instruments, Trusses, Supporters, &c. Also tine quality Cigars and Chewing Tobacco, and all such articles as are usually found in a first-class Drug Store. Physicians’ Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours. JESSE CHILD, with Blunt 4 Moseley, solicits a call from his friends and the public generally. nov28-tf JOHN .W. R1SON, (Successor to Joseph Latdley,) APOTUECARY AND DRUGGIST, Corner Main and Third ste., Invites special attention to bis stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, FANCY ARTICLES, 80APS, PERFUMERY, 4c., 4c.t Which are bonght exclusively for cash, and are of fered at lower prices for cash than by other merchants who buy on time. gcjj* Orders from Countrv Merchants snd Physicians will receive prompt attention. _feb2t IQUOROPII COMPOSITUS, an aqueous solution of the natural Morphia Salts of Opium, less liable than any other forms of Opium to produce nervous prostration. 4c. SULPHITE OF LIME, a new chemical agent used in the treatment of certain forms of Dyspepsia and yeasty vomiting. CHROMIC ACID, recommended for the destruction of fangus and morbid growths, and as a substitute for Ni trate of Silver in ulcerations, erosions, 4c. WINE OF TAR, a preparation ranch used at the North for the alleviatiou of Chronic Coughs. BLANCARD'S PILLS, the genuine imported French article. MEADE 4 BAKER, Practical Pharmaceutists, mhlDf Corner Ninth and Franklin streets. ■\riRGINIA WORM KILLER !—A pleasant V safe and certain remedy for Worms in Children. For sale by druggists. Twenty-live cents a bottle. feblSf__ HERRING’S COMP. EXT. COLOCYNTH, Herring's Ext. Hyoseyamus, Herring’s Ext. Bel ladonna, Herring’s Pulv. Turkey Rhubarb, for use in prescriptions and for sale. J. BLAIR, mh20t 107 Broad street. BANKS BROKERS, &c. ^jXuRY~& CO., BANKERS, No. S17 Seventh street, WASHINGTON, D. C Buy and sell all classes of Government Securities, Gold and Stocks. Foreign and Domestic Exchange bought and sold. The highest market price* paid for Land Warrants and Revolutionary Scrip. Collections made on all accessible points. feb.'l-2tn_ BRENIZER, KELLOGG & CO., successors to Kelloao 4 Bre.nizek, BANKERS and BROKERS, GREENSBORO’, N. C. GOLD and SILVER, EXCHANGE, BANK NOTES STOCKS and BONDS, bonght and sold. Deposits received, subject to sight checks, as with the Banks'. Collections promptly made on all accessible ])G1 ule. will mosaci uueimree i»iuu:i*uv adr uh reasonable term*.__ __ jan5-tf a. H. MACRT. | J. L. MACBT. | B. T. BBOOBB. H. MAURY S CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS, NORTHWEST CORNER MAINand FOURTEENTH6TS., RICHMOND. VA. Sterling Exchange, Oold and 8ilvor, Bank Notes, State, City, Railroad Bonds and Stocks, Mortgage Bonds, Negotiable Notes, and such other securities as may be on the market, bought and sold on commission. Deposits received. Collections made on all accessible point* In the Uni ted States. dec6—tf BOOKS. STATIONERY,*^ %WV . WVe' /‘yV«X>^e%VVVVNi\VWvWWVVWWWW V LAW BOOKS.—A valuable LAW LIBRA RY for sale. In part we name : Grattan’s Reports ; 15 vols. Robinson’s Practice; 4 vols. Lomax's Digest; 3 vols. Matthew’s Digest; 2 vols. “ Criminal Digest; 1 vol. JrnlBe’i Digest; 7 vols. American Leading Cases ; 2 vols. Smith's “ “ “ Kent’s Comm»ntaries; 4 vols. Mayo’s Guide baud’s bnit In Eqnlty. Bands A Tate's boras, Ac. For sale by mh29f _ _ A. H. CHRISTIAN A CO. More new books received by WOODHOUSE A PARHAM, Governor street: j Stonewall Jackson A Military Biography, with a ! Portrait and Maps. By John listen Cook, formerly of ! General btuart's S'a ff $3 50. i An Eirenicon, In a Ly'.ter to the author of “ The Chris tian Year.” By E I. Pusey, D. D. $2. The Temporal Mission of the Holy Ghost; or Reason and Revelation. By Henry Edward, Archbishop of ] Westminster. $176. The Republic of Plato ; translated into English, with an Analysis and Notes. By David J. Vaughan M A and John Llewelyn Davies, M. A., Trinity College, l Cambridge. ’ The Song Book. Words and Tune* from the best Poets and Musicians. Selected and arranged by John Hul lah, Professor of Vocal Music in King's College, London. (2 26. Vox Ecclesiae ; or, the Doctrine of the Protestant Epis copal Church on Episcopacy and Apostolleal Succes sion, ombraeiug a refutation of th* work known as “Goode on Orders.” Views of Prophecy concerning the Jews, the Second Advent and the Millenium. By » Uynun. The Changed Cross and other Religions Poems. New and enlarged edition. $160. I Lucy Arlyn. A new Novel. By J T Trowbridge. t2 26. With further supplies of Literature in Letters. By Pro fessor Holcombe. “ , ,,, Letters In Life. By Mrs. Sigourney—and will receive Life James MtJlson. By Hon. Wm. C. Rives. mitat Re T N O L D S ’ SPECIFIC—For~Gout, Rheumatism, Ac., lor sale bv I A. BODKKKR A BROTHER, Druggist*, No. K) Jfctin street, ' tablet Near Old Market. JUX.TEKOU ADTUTZmeum, gPKING TmPORTATI0N.ISflfl*! RIBBONS, MILLINERY AND STRAW GOODS. armstrongTcator & CO., Importers and Jobbers of RIBBONS, BONNET SILKS AND LACES, YBLYETS, RUCHES, FLOWERS, FBATHBR8, STRAW BONNETS, * LADIES’ HATS, TRIMMED AND USTRIMMED, SHAKER HOODS, Ac., No. 237 and Lofts of 239 Baltimore street, BALTIMORB, MD. Offer a stock unsurpassed In the United States in variety and cheapness. Orders solicited and prompt attention given. feb26-2m Duvall & 1GLEHART* WHOLESALE GROCERS, ▲HD PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 60 South St&ebt, • O! L.'ta.HAAT j BALTIMORE. [nov6--6m] PAGE, BROTHERS & CO., Only Manufacturers In Baltimore o! PATENT PARAFFINE VARNISH, ROOFING MATERIALS, Dry and Tarred Sheathiug and Rooting Felt, 111 Smith’s Whabf, Baltimorb. •ep4—ly W. B. DAVIDSON, ». T. BCBAXK, of Richmond, ya. of Lancaster comity, Va , JQAV1DSON & EUBANK, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 1 , AND GINBRAL PURCHASING AND FORWARDING AGENTS, (Over E. H. Bants A Co.,) , No. 67 West Pratt street, two doors from Commerce it. BALTIMORE, MD., Will All all orders with despatch, i [octl8-ly] RATES’ PREMIUM HOISTING WHEELS AND DUMB WAITERS, For Warehouses, Factories and Dwel ling.-. Having received the premium at the late Fait of the Maryland Institute, Baltimore, In October last, they are offered to the public as the best machine In use. All Orders iwldressed to me will receive prompt attention, Jj” Send for Circular. JAMES BATES, Iron Founder, and Hoisting-Wheel Maker, No. 1 President street, Janll-3m Baltimore, Md. Frank l. morling, No. 2 Ectaw Stkkbi, BALTIMORE, Has just received, per steamer Somerset, a full stock of fresh FLOWBK AND GARDEN VEGETABLE SEED. My stock of Fruit and Ornamental TREES and SHRUBS is unusually fine this season. Orders respectfully solicited.my22-1y J HERVEY EWING, (Formerly Editor (iaiett*, Williamsburg, and Naarntner, (Norfolk,) ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. II Law Buildings, St. Paul street, aal-ly_BALTIMORE. JOHN M. ORRM, W. MORRIS ORMM UBO. B. CHA8B JOHN M. OREM, SON & CO., Importers And Wholesale Dealers in CLOTHS, CA8SIMERE8, VESTING8, PIECE TRIMMINGS, And Goods exclnslvelv adapted to men’s wear. No. 238 Baltixoki strut, mySO—ly BALTIMORE. POOLE & HUNT, BALTIMORE, MD.t MANUFACT8RE <1 Portable ond Stationary Steam Engines and Boilers, Steam Fire Engines, Portable Saw Mills, Oang and Single Saw Mills, Mining Machinery, Portable Grist Mills, Flooring Mill Machinery, Cotton Screws, Railroad Cars, Car Wheels and Axles, Hydranlic Presses for Oil and Tobacco, Tobacco Monlds, Gas Works Apparatus ot all kinds, 8hafting, Pulleys and Hangers. sep8—8 COAL MERCHANTS. Jli. M ACMuwoTaZT e (Successors to C. J. Macmnrdo, DEALERS IN ANTHRACITE COAL. Will keep always on hand the best quality RED ASH AND WHITE ASH ANTHRACITE COAL. We respectfully solicit a call from the old customers of Sir. Charles Macmurdo and the public generally. Office, Twentieth street and Dock, next to old Libby Prison. Orders left at DANDRIDGE A ANDERSON’S, Broad street, between Eighth and Ninth, promptly attended to. l&STCoal sold by weight. mhl8-dlm QOAL I COAL I COAL ! The subscribers having got their mines in successful operation, are now prepared to furnish COAL la any quantity to large consumers, or families, on the most reasonable terms. This coal is the same as that known as the “Black Heath," which is so well known to the cltiien* of Richmond as being superior to any other coal for me chanical purposes and for grates for families. Orders for the city of Richmond will be promptly filled if left with Captain W. N. SMITH, No. 4 Wall street, between Main and Franklin, sole agent for Richmond, or at the office of the company, In Manches ter, at the end of Mayo’s bridge. C. BRApLET, General Agent for tbe Company. mh8—3m HAMPSHlREjt«L__ ^NTURACITE COAL. Constantly on hand, Red and White Ash Anthracite Coal, grate and stove site, for family use—Lehigh Lump for foundries, and Smiths’Coal, best quality.— Orders sent to us will receive prompt attention. An thracite Coal sold by weight. SAMUEL P. HAWES A SON, 18th and Pock streets, north side of the Dock, sep4 ly Opposite our old staiid. SEEDS, &c. T' ANDRETH~1T~SON’S ^WARRANTED JLi FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.—We are now in receipt of a full supply of SEEDS, direct from Landreth A Son, which, after more than thirty years' experience, we confidently recommend to the pnblio for their relia bility and genuineness of their varieties. Landredth's RURAL REGISTER for lStjd Is ready for gratuitous distribution. Our supply of fresh and genuine Seed consists of all the varieties usually called for. P. JOHNSTON A BRO., Corner Eleventh and Capitol streets, febl3f Richmond, Va. Seed] seed, seed] LANDRETH’S GARDEN SEED, Full assortment, for sale by F*. E. D.Ul.’UT, Druggist, mh7f No 201 Broad street. CLOVER SEED. 100 bushels CLOVER SEEK-, Receiving by steamer this day, for tale at reduced prices, by mhl2t_GEORGE I. HERRING A CO. SEED OATS ! SEED OATS t I REEVE A MATO, Franklin street, between Eighth and Ninth. _feb24f_ rnn t’lVUCDC JL 300 bushels CLOVER SEED for sale on con signment, to arrive. Cash orders filled at 4>9 per bushel of tin lbs., delivered at store or on board canal boat. febl3f LEE A PETTY JOHN. CLOVER SEED! CLOVER SEED!—100 bushels prime Clover Seed, Just received and fur sale, at reduced prices, by GEORGE I. HERRING A CO., mh20f 56 Main street. IRECT IMPORTATION—G ARDEN SEED of every variety, warranted growth of '65. PALMER A TURPIN, mh2f No. 2o Main street. ’ CABINET FURNITURE, &c. GB. STACY & SON, e 110 MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, W HOLE* At R ASD RETAIL DeaLBBS t IV CABINET FURNITURE, MIRRORS, BEDDING AND CARPETS. Their facilities enable them to assnre their friends and the public that they are prepared to furnish every article in their line at Northern prices, Freight and Packing added. They are confident that they can furnish everything on the very beat of terms. SHUCK MATTRESSES AT VEST LOW PRICIS. G. B. STACY A SON are anxious to purchase every SHUCK that can be delivered to them, and will pay one dollar per 100 pounds for all that may b^ delivered in good order. Let Farmers be sure and send their shucks forward. dec29-tf J^OTICE. MR. R. P. RICHARDSON, In charge of Carpeting, Window Shades, Curtains, Pa per-Hangings, and a general assortment of HOUSE-FURNISHING 0OOD8. will, until the second story of our new store Is finished, occupy the basement story of Mr. John C. Miller's new Dry-Goods Store, corner of Ninth and Main streets, where he will be pleased to see his 0,<* Mr. O. P. PRESCOTT, in charge of FURNITURE, will continue to occupy the Third Story until the •*< ondi^mpieted, which WHITE GREASE f WHITE GREASE ! BID WELL'S CEI EBRATED COAL OILOREASE. This grease is maJe from superior oils, and ha* bean found, by repeated te»t«, to be the most economical and, at the same time, the best labricstor for railroad coaches, mill gearing, stages, wagons, carts, carriage*, vehicles of ail kinds, and all heavy bearings, keeping the axles always cool and not requiring them to be looked after for weeks. It ha* been tented on railroad cars, and with one soaking of the waste it has run with the care 20.600 mllee. All railroad, omnibus, livery stable and express companies, that have tried it, pro nounce it the n4 plot ultra. It combines the body and fluidity of tallow, beeswax and tar, and, unlike general lubricators, will not run off, It being warranted to stand any temperature. In small boxes and thirty-pound kegs. For tale, wholesale and retail, by POWER A McPHAIL, Corner 17th and Main btreets, mh26f Opposite Old Market, Richmond. UBIN’S EXTRACTS, Fine English Brashes and Combs, Fine 8oaps, Pomade*, Ac., Ac. BLUNT A M06KLBY, Druggist*, Jani.'t__ 96 Main st., near J4th. rn BARRELS TAR, in store, for sale by 1/1/ E. O. JAMES A CO. mhiet »^SK£5?w|| PHILADELPHIA. IU ASTOR PLACE, I « CRCEN S". NEW YORK. I BOSTON. AOORESS the INVENTO*. B.FRANK.PALMER.LL.D.PBES^ A.A.LIMa C-. Da. PALMER direct, the manufacture of hta PATMT j LEG and ARM, aided by men of the beet qualification* and gretuat ax perience. Ha la a pea tally co*»laaloa#« ' by the Government, and haa the patronage of the proa* lnent officer* of the army and nary. Six Major-Generala and more than a tfoaaand laaa distinguished officers and aoldien have worn the rklr MER LIMBS on active duty, white etlll greaternumber* of etnineat civilian, are, by their aid, filling Important podttonn, and effectually conceal their mi»fortnne. Fifty Gold and Silver Medali (or *'Fir»t Prt»e»,") In cluding the Great Medal* of the World'* Exhibition* in London and »w York awarded to Dr. Palmer for the beet Patent Limb*. The well known LINCOLN ARM ia alao made only by thla company. Thl. arm bae been inleeted by the 8nr geon-tieneral for the United State* soldier*, and U worn by great number* of peraons. Advice and Pamphlet* gratia To avoid fraudulent imitations apply only lo Dr. PALMER, as above directed, or to hla agents, Messrs. MEADE 4 BAKER. Corner Ninth and Franklin eta., Richmond, Va. mhH d.im WILLIAM MILLWARD. r. i. WlXIlllXnS . JJANUFAUTURfiRS* SUPPLIES. I MILLWARD 4 W1NEBRENER, No. 11S Ma&kht Street, PHILADELPHIA, DEALF.K8 IK machinery and supplibs Of every description, For Cotton and Woolen Manufactories. Alao, Oak Tanned Leather BELTISG, Card, Clothing, Colton and Woolen YARNS, WAKl'S, STARCH, OILS, DYE STUFFS, 4c., 4c. Advances made on consignments of Cotton and Wool en Yarns. Order* solicited, which shall receive prompt attew tlon. mh3-3m J M. MIGEOD & SON, Manufacturers of FIRE RATS AND BELTS, CLUB BELTS, MEDICAL SADDLE BAGS AND CHESTS, POCKBT CASES, OUN CASES, No. 27 South Eiohth Strut. 1 PHILADELPHIA.PENNSYLVANIA. Entrance ou Jayne street, second door. feb26-Sm rpEMPLE OF FASHION! GRIGG, VAMUUNTEN A CO., FINE CLOTHING 734 Market St., PHILADELPHIA. ABM. (LACK, F. J4KP, KUOS BACOH, [feb3-Stn] F. VAXUUBTAK. JOHN COCHRAN & CO., | IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, WliITE GOODS, 4c., Noe. 22 and 24 North Fourth Street, f*b.3-2m PHILADELPHIA. ~~ GROCERIES, LIQUORS, *c. Desh ieldsTm onc ITreTco ., AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 17 Pkabl St., betwkrb Mai.v 4 Cart, Having REMOVED to iheir new and commodione store-rooms. No. 17 Pearl (Fourteenth) street, will be happy to receive their old friends and the public gene rally. They invite the attention of the trad* to their varied stuck of good*, consisting In part of— 500 barrel* FLOUR, assorted brand*, all grad** 100 bag* Java, Lagnayra and Rio COFFEE TEAS, MOLASSES, BACON, LARD. BUTTER, 100 barrels MACKEREL, Nos. 1 and 2, Boston inspection 60 barrels Labrador and Split HERRINGS. ■ No. 1 ALBW1VES, Boston Inspection 80 boxes SOAP and CANDLES • 200 d ten FANCY sOAPS, assorted 100 dozen BROOMS and BUCKETS TWINE WRAPPING PAPER PAPER BAGS 60 cases Borden's Condensed MILK, genuine 60 cases Worcestershire SAUCE CIGARS Agents for P.nreka Clothes-Wrlnger Patent Coffee Roasters, Tea Strainers, Broilers, Vege table Steamers, Flour, Scoop and Sifters combined, Ac,, for sale at lowest market rates. mh3-tf |, WK. TATLOB, | JXO. O. TATI OB. WM. TAYLOR 4 SON, WHOLESAJ K GROCERS, Nos. 9 and 11 East Main street, offer to the trade 25 hogsheads sides Bacon 10 hogsheads breasts Bacon In hogsheads Hams 25boxes Shoulders 100 barrels C extra refined and P R Sugar 40 barrels crushed and powdered Sugar 100 bags fair to prime Rlo Coffee 50 bags Java Coffee 60 bags Laguayra Coffee OObarrels New York Syrup 200 barrels Whiskey, various grades 100 barrels Brandy, various grades 60 barrels Gin 60 barrels Sherry, Port and Madeira Wine 4 puncheons Holland Gia 2 puncheons Scotch Whisky 200 boxes fine G. P. Tea 100 boxes Japan Tea 100 boxes Tallow and Adamantine Candles 100 boxes Soap, various grades 1000 reams Wrapping Paper 200 dozen Brooms 100 nests Baskets 800 gross Dailey’s and Parlor Matches 100 boxes prime Cheese Janl<-tt UST RECEIVED— 80 barrels Southslde Rye Whiskey 10 barrels old Rve Whiskey, five years old 6 casks Port W'lne, Rum and Gin 2 casks Sherry Wine 2 casks Madeira Wine 1 cask Irish Whiskey 3 half-pipes French Brandy 2 barrels Southampton Apple Brandy, very fine 50 sacks Laguayra and Rio Coffee Crushed,Powdered and extra Cand brown Sugars 10 half chests Gunpowder and Black Teas 50 boxes Grant’s adamantine Candles Sugar-cured Hams and Breasts and leaf Lard Cigars, Pepper, Starch, Mustard, Pickle* and Soda For sale by JOHN M. HIGGINS, No. 4 Franklin street, feb!7tNear Old Market. -i A BASKETS PIPER 4 CO. HEIDSIC’S 1U CHAMPAGNE 20 baskets Moot A Cbandon’s CHAMPAGNE 3 quarter casks fine SHERRY WINK 10 esses Pine-apple CHEESE S cases Holland CHEESE 20 cases Farm Dairy CHEESE 35 cases TOMATOES, PEACHES and PINE APPLES 10 casks Ban lay London PORTER 5 casks Alsop’s East India ALE 5 casks Bass's ALE 5 cu-es quarter boxes SARDINES 20 boxes Italian and American MACCARONI 30 bags old government Java COFFEB 5-cares Worcestershire SAUCE 10 casks Cross A Blaekweil't English PICKLES For sale by mh3fFRENCH A CRENSHAW. A. J. Johxstox, | A. L. Hoxrr. Charlotte co., Va. Formerly of Alexandria, Va. JOHNSON & HCNTT, (Secessions to A. L. Hrxrr A Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS * LIQUOR DEALERS, Coaxxa Eiuhth axd Cakal Struts, EICHMOND, VA., Keep constantly on Dana a targe stock ot ukuokkiks and LIQUGKS, to which they respectfully Invite the at* tention of the trade._ nov4f JM. BUCK’S CELEBRATED FLOUK~ * Montebello Family Albion Extra Greenmount Extra Locust Grove, Fine (for baker's nee) Family Soap, assorted Pure Cider Vinegar Old Bye and Bourbon Wbl-ky Cherry Bounce and Port Wine White Lead Phoephates and Bpne Dnst Manufactured Tobacco On consignment and for sale by PALMER, HARTSOOK ft CO., novM—lf Libby Buildings. QAA KITS NO. TMACK"EREL7 elected Ovv and packed expressly for this market 100 barrels Mo. 1 Herrings, now landing ex-British brig W. D. Mash For sale low, to close consignment. mh22f FKEMCH ft CREMSHAW. S A •• ~ _ 600 sacks full bleached •• Worthington” Salt. 600 sacks unbleached Worthington" Salt For sale low by LEE ft PETTYJOHM, Janl3f _On the Peak. Sugars. 6 hogsheads fhlr brown 9C0AR8, 65 barrels Grocers’ SUGARS, 100 barrels Crashed, Powdered, Granulated and Extra C SUGARS, For sale by ROBERT F. WILLIAMS, mhlSf_Mo. 44 Cary street. Fine green and black tea.—b7 recent arrivals, we have received some very fine Gunpowder and English Breakfast and Oolong Teas, which we offer by the package and at reatall at prices to suit the timee. GEORGE I. HERR1MQ ft CO., mh20t 6 Main street. OA PACKAGES MOUNTAIN BUTTER £\j 15 packages family AARO 2,000 pounds family BAC0M For sale by mh3f_ FMMCM ft CREMSHAW, ACKEREL, MACKEREL. 15 bbls. Mo. 1 MACMMEL, genuine. 100 kite do. 4o. do. 60 bbls. HKKRIMOS. mhl»tA t. SfOtas ft CO. MOLASSES.—A few hogsheads very choice MOLASSE8, suitable for retailers, good and cein oou 6YKUP, for oale by _ KOBgLT F WILLIAV, mh!3t _Mo.djOMT"W[* COFFEE, COFFEE.—I»va, Ceylon, LAgiuty. ra and Rio COFFEES, foresU by ROBERT F. WILLIAMS, mh!8f Mo. 44 Cary street, AY I HAY I—100 bales prime Northern HAY, for sale low, to close consign maul ROBERT P WILLIAMS, mblSTMo. A6 Cary street, OAA GROSS DAILEY’S fLATCBys AVV 300 gross PARLOR MATCHES, for eale bv mh9t_ WM. TAYLOR ft $QE. 7 Flour, flouk, floub. 250 barrels Baltimore Bxtra 100 M Richmond Family 30 “ 8up*r6ne 26 •• Legg’a Family. A. T. STAMM A SO.