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VOLUME 75. RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 13, 1866. NUMBER 82.
_ -_ _ _—----—.— „ ■— ■— ■■ —----- i ■■ _ RICHMOND WHIG. I DAILY AND SEMI-WEEKLY. WHIG building, corner governor and frank lin STREETS. % DAILY—One Turp...... **.**"..*1° <* ! •• six Months. 5 "® •« One Month. « «> SEM1-WBBKLY—One Year. * 00 •• “ Six Month.. s «* ADVERTISEMENTS—8itutt riri Ciitj per Square of Bight lines, for Mdi of the llrst two Insertiona, with a liberal discount when continued longer. — i i. .1 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. W. KH’HAKDSON, r. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Has resumed hi* professional pursuits. He will practice ia ail the Courts of the city of Richmond, and of the counties of Henrico and Hanover. Take case* In aay District Court of Appeal* where the Inducement* offered are sufflrient. Attend to the Investigation of title* and collection of claim* of every description, and ; give special attention to eases In the Supreme Court of Appeals of Virginia. j When not at Cvart, he may be found at hi* residence, Oakland, Hanover, eight mile* from Richmond, two from Mechaolcsvtlle, and foafteen from Hanover Court j ‘ House. A (hires* Richmond. Va . Box Mo. mhlit-l* J_£KNRY A. WISH, Sr., Will practise law In the Courts of Richmond and nen- I 1 rico, generally, and in criminal cases in the Court* of other cities and counties convenient, when specially employed. He can always be found at the oMce of • Danner A Wtse. in the Law Buildings, Richmond, or at the bouse of Mrs. Pulliam, lit Manchester, jan.to- 'in I ' K. F A K K A K, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Will attend the Court* of Amelia, Prince Edward, Not- 1 toway, Cumberland and PowhataR. Particular alien lion given to the collection of Claims. Address—Jetersvllle, Amelia. nov2--6m o. ». oalswoLD, | J.«- uaiawoiR. | QRISWOLD & GRISWOLD, ATTOKNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, aicmio.xD, via .ixia. Have removed iheir office to Marshall street, between 1 Eighth ami Ninth street*. Practice in all the Court* of the City of Richmond and countie* of Henrico and Han over, and the Circuit Court* ot bs.ex aim rung *uu Queen. _ _net#—«m_ /NANNON & COl KTNKY, , attorneys at law, Practice* In all the Court* of the city of Richmond and j county of H**orico. OUce In the Whig Building. au4--ly ^ BARKSDALE, Jr., * ATTORNEY AT LAW, i Halifax coraraorex, ta. COURTS—Halifax and PltUylvania, 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 OP CLAIMS. Offer* hi* professional service* to the people generally l at home and abroad. i >tB,Moutieelln Honse, on Main street, a few doors above St. Charles Hotel. jf29—ly WC. CARRINGTON, • attorney at law, HoWABDSVII.I.X. AlBEBABI.K CttMTT, V*. Attends the Courts in the eounlie* of Buckingham, Nelson and Albemarle, and pay. special attention to | collecting and securing claims in tho„e counties, and | the couuty of Pluvannaaiid city of Lynchbnrg. Refer to Bouduraut, Elliott A Shields, proprietors of j tbe Whig novitS—ly /N_EO. C. CAB ELI., attorney at law, Will practice to oil th« Court* of PitUylvanU, Halifax j aod lioury counties, *ud the Circuit aod Hu»ting* c Court of Dan v ill*. Adr***»—Danville, Va. au25—ly , JJENRY HLIDNALL, attorney at law and notary PUBUC. Special attention given t» Conveyancing and Examl- J •] nation of Titles. Office on Uovernor street, over late Bxauiiner office. n [J.*«-lyl__ * JOHN A. CORK, attorney at law and notary PUBUC, BICHUOAD, VA., Wilt practice In all the Courts of Richmond city and 1 the couotiee of H«*nrieo and Hanover. orpin in Law Buildiug, Franklin -rreet. •ep2A—-ly J^AW NOTICE, 1 JAMES PIKAS ANTS, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND COMMISSIONER IN CHANCEKT, For tb» Circuit and Hustings Conrt* of the City ot Richmond and County Conrt of Henrico. •V*otHr,' in the Law Building, Richmond, Va. Practice* in all the Conrt* at Richmond, and Collect* Claim, in tbe adjoining counties. oclD— ly ■omt om. ISAAC S, cabbumtob. , QULD a CARRINGTON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will pracllce 1b all the Conrt* of the city of Richmond. , Office on Governor street, near Broad street, [»nt—ly > OROKESSIONAL NOTICE. WOOD BnULDlN and Wt«*D BOULDIN, Jr., will at tend a* partner* all the Court* of Charlotte and Meek linhurg counties. WiMiD BOULDIN will attend also the Conrt* of Halt fax county and the Supreme Conrt of Appeal* at Rich wond Wood Bori-DIE, Jr., I Wood Boripix, Beydton, Va I Taleott P. O., 0(12—tf | Charlotte eo. pEACHY K. GRATTAN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office on east side of Tweflh, at the end of Capitol street, near the Governor's House. sep35--ly_ ALEX E. BOLLADAT. EABt'BL T. BATLT. CHAATAtE WHITE. 1 HOLLADAY, BAYLY & WHITE, at torneys AT LAW, Richmond. Va., practice in all the Courts of the city of Richmond, and the conn tie* of Henrico, Hanover, Caroline, Oooehland and ionlsa. SAMUEL T. BAYLY, X-.r.rv Public. CHASTAIN WHITE ha* an office at Ashland, Hanover | county, Va office in law Building, Richmond. oct27—ly powhatas loitin, c. a. uonitison. Of the late Arm of Macfarland A Robert*. lhOBERTS * ROBINSON, ATTORNETS AT LAW, Office No. 74 Main etreet, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA., ! Will attend to legal business entrusted to them in Virginia and Washington, D. C. an34—ly WHOM AS r. GOODE, ATTORNEY AT LAW. B0YDT0N, MECKLENBURG COUNTY, VA. UKTS— Mecklenburg, Lunenburg and Brunswick, i m [»»2«-iyJ_ \jrra. W. MW**. ’’ attorney at law, pg^ aLorrc cornv Hots*, va.. Attend* the Co..'* »' th.rlotte, Prince Wward.-iA l Halifax _ -- 7 | j^ENJAMIN W. KINNEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW, RICHMOND. VA Co nr*—Richmond, Amelia, i’owhnt.n and Chester- , '"‘ice on Franklin, between •*’*■** | streets. Address Box S7S. -_ — 1 | M. DAVIDSON, * ATTORNEY at law. No. aGaiemMT ST.new ORLEANS. | nuraas to l Walter G. Robiason, President of the Mechanics and Traders' Bank, New * .cleans ; Th.w. A. Adams, Presl dent Crescent Mutual Insurance Company. New <>rlean. ; Alfred Penn, President Piuon bank. New Orleans. , Ch. -t«s Briees President Louisiana Mutual Insurance | Cm ir ?r; Orleans ; Hon. Jno. A J CreMWell. Washington* U. 0.; Ed. D. Christian, Attorney at Law, Lynch bnrg. Va. . „_‘OT*^_ , JSA AC R. Cnaatow* Corrr Horea, Virginia. Cor«t*.—Charlotte, Priaee Edward and Lnnaubarg deal^"___ DK JOHN MAHONY, * 8CBGEON DENTIST, IFor many year* associated with Dr. John 0. Wayt,) -slta rLaectfnily inform his old patrons, and all Tth.™ ITho may need hts servUes. that In coa.e unenie if the destruction of hi. office by the great ar* ht has opened an office at his residence on Fourth f‘Md'ue»,a7in",*,lA ATicU‘"eeih i iXVinTold* The highest price jaUfor.bt Gold Plate.__ _ Tj'REDERICK N. KLEM1NG, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OoocaisAgn Coca* Hoaaa, _VIRGINIA. nort9-ly I DR. R. T. COLEMAN, Orpin, UNDEN ROW, Paasaux Svaarr, Third Door above Second Street. RelMffi__ Dental card. Dr. B. N. HUDSON Ha* reauaffid the practice of DENTISTRY, and may be 4bund at hU Office, oa Main »treet, opposite the Arling- I foa House. a«* - decS*-*at l PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. V. DAVISON, BURGEON DENTIST, Office and residence on Main street, between Eleventh and Twelfth, just below the Xat.onal Bx rhange Bank, where he i, better prepared than ever to fire hi* patrons the fait benefit of hi, profession. He will exchange new Teeth on iho itoprored ba-e for old >,ta of (told. Alt work warranted for at lea*! live fears. Those requiring hi* serri e» need not neglect Iheir teeth, aa he witl accommodate himself to their rircninstanres and the times. Patients from the roau~ try can board with him at his residence, without charge, while hariug work done. _mh'Jo-i.m jjk. w. W. PABEKR ■ AS HBsrHKD TH* PRACTICE OP MEDICINE AND SURGERY. Orrtri: Corner of Broad and Tenth street*, op »o«ite City Hall. _octlg-Iy E^ K.NTAL KOT1CK. JOHN 0. WAYT. Dentist, haring recovered hla lealth, has resntued the practice of DENTISTRY In vkhtnond, and respectfully offer* his services to his dd friends and patients, and all other* who mar need hem. Office and residence *onth aide of Grace, between ereulh and Eighth street,, where h.e mar he found at .11 hour*. 'n..rg>--1v» DK. CHARLES S. MILLS Has resumed the practice of hi* profession In Ihe ity of Kichuend. tifflce, Twelfth, between Broad and larshai I streets. __ ocH—ly \| KTA1.S AN I» M1N KJLALS.—F rrsnns wish- I [jl Ing information respecting the MINERAL WEALTH >P THE STATE, can obtain full paniculate by calling ipon Dr. B. H. GRANT, at Richmond. norg--tf EXPRESS COMPANIES. F5 ■ M p»UE NATIONAL EXPRESS AND TRANS PORTATION COMPANY. OFFICE: (Air Strfkt, bbtwkkx Thibtbksth and Foi-rtfixth St a arts, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. Are now prepared t« forward Currency, Coin, Valna des, and Freight, to point* NORTH, SOUTH, • EAST and WEST. The Tariff of Charges is based upon fair business principle*, wnai'ui using vpiocss, , „ .on rusis. Good* shipped from ihe North by steamships, and narked to Ihefu.ro of lh.- National Express and Truns ■ortalion Company, will be promptly forwarded to des ination, FREE OF CHARGE, fur Commission or Dray ige. Goods called for without chahoh and promptly for carded. 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Price f7 lor ihe two volumes ; by mail, post-paid, f>. dec22*tf __ rllK RICHMOND MEDICAL JOURNAL, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.—This Journal will be ubli'hed as a Monthly ik-iavo of so pages, the January umber being issued early in December. A respectable number of the best writers In this ountry have promised ihoir support, (an ostentatious isplav of names is avoided.) aitd as ilie Editors offer to ■av literally for articles, it is hoped that the original epartuient of the Journal will &• entitled to respect U«1 Ci>rilftd**DCt*. The pages of the Jonrnal will be devoted to Original irticles. Foreign and Domestic Correspondence, a Ue rospect of Medicine and Surgery during the late war, ,n Eclectic Department, (which will be a chief feature of he Journal,) Reports of Societies, Associations, Hospt als and Clinical Lectures, Reviews and Bibliugraphi al Notices, Medical News, Editorials, Miscellanuons fatter, Ac. Without making special promises, the Editors will -ndeavor to make this Journal acceptable to its sup k> rtem. Tunas—Five Dollars yearly, if paid in advance, or i«fore the expira.ion of the third month after the date f subscription; if paid after this period, Ten Dollars icr annum. Advertisements will be Inserted on the most liberal erms, and as there are no Medical Journals now pub ished in the .Southern States, adveituers will enjoy leculiar advantages. E. S. GA1LLARD. M. D . Richmond, Va. W. S. Mi’CHESNKY. M D„ Staunton, Va. Editors and Publisher*. All letters in relation to the literary or business in ..rili. tnnrnil will be sddrpssed to llr E. S. •IILLAKD, Box 1!*», Richmond, T». norl7-tf STOVES, TIN-WARE, 4c. r*TOVES, TINWARE, 5 HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. 4.;. GREGORY BROTHERS Have removed from their old stand at Odd Fellow’s lall, Franklin street, lo their splendid new store, Ko. 17, Main street, between 14th and lath, where they will teep constantly on band a large assortment of Parlor, nilce and Cooking Stores, such as the celebrated Arbi er, Sheppard, Ida. Morning and Evening Star, Monitor lip Rap, <4uick Baker, Commodore Chatter Onk and •thers, too numerous to mention. ALSO, A large assortment of Fairbanks Scales, House Fnrn shing articles, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Hard rare. 4c. Thankful for the past patronage, we hope, by being irompt in business, a continuance of the same. GREGORY BROTHERS, 87, Main street, between 14th and liith, jan2f Richmond, Va. IITK H AVE Jl ST RECEIVED a ft&euaort V Y ment of tKF RIG EK ATORS, WATKli COOLERS, TOILET SETS. HIP and SPONGE BATHS, FEATHER DUSTERS, md Old Dominion COFFEE P<>TS, Besides many other articles in our line, which we are >Tepared to sell low. Call and examine. GREGORY BROTHERS, mh24f ST Main street. PIANOS. 4c. pHK PIANO FORTE BUS1 L NESS.—The subscribers have beenHBBB^^3| ngaged in the Piano Forte business forj j n l"|l imelhey have sold upward of FIFTEEN HUNDRED NSThUMkKTs to per-ous in Virginia and adjoining dates, some of whom were families of the most refined ltd cultivated musical taste. The established character nf the instruments they of er is now so firm that all who desire to purchase may eel entirely assured of getting a good article. Th. v invite an inspection of the instruments now in ,„r< ‘ WOODHOOSE 4 PARHAM, Booksellers an J Stationers, Governor street, near Main. DAGOERREAN GALLERIES. HUMS AGAIN.—For seven months past I hare had no business, haring lost my gallery and i«arly my all by lb* great lira <m the 3d of April. 1 iar« tb* p\e*Aur« now to announce to mr friend* and h# public that I haw* once more a GALLEKY, located >n thu cornu r of Ninth and Main street*, with anen ranc# on Main (through W. D. Cooke'* book*tore) and iiio on Ninth •tr*et. 1 atn eupplied with entirely new md the DHM*t improved apparatn* and *tt»ck. and hare lucumd the Hervice* of T. J«ffer»on Nlmino, “ to the ITIanf.r bom,” who ha« had over fifteen year*' expe ^ in the pa*t. ho in thu future, 1 prexui** my patrons ,,k.1 *nd natinfactory work. * G. W. MINN16. PhotoKraphiHt, oct27-*ly Corner Mam and Ninth *tr«*u. SAUCES, PICKLES, 4c. Sauces, jellies, pickles, &c. 12 dor. Worcestershire Sauce 5 dot. Royal Osborne Sauce ft doa. C. 4 B ’a Soho Sauce 6 doa. Currant Jelly ft doa. Cupres Capncinea 2 doa. Olives Ysrdales ft doa. assorted Pickles Preserved Ginger, Pine Apple Cheese, fit., selling low. DANDRIDGB 4 ANDERSON, tan l _ - CHEESE! CHEESE!!—25 Imxes strictly ^utfiCHMSB, gwU»4C0. IKON WORKS. VULCAN IKON WORKS, Corner Byrd and Sixth Street*. RICHMOND, VA. We are prepared to furnish, at short notice, BOLTS, NUTS and WASHERS, all sire-; SCREWS for Cotton, Tohacco and Cider Pre-sea, FLATTENING MILLS and FACTORY FIXTURES generallv; IRON GRATINGS, Wrought and Cast-Iron FENCES,'VERANDAHS, kc.,of every variety; FORGINGS and MACHINERY of all kinds. Repairing done on moat reasonable terms and with despatch. Special attention ia called to our Improved SMOKING TOBACCO CUTTER, which, for its durability and econ omy in working, L superior to any now in use. ARCHER k GOODWIN, nih.'sf p.-totrio- Box No. !c_*7 J£AGLE MACHINE WORKS re-established. CO-PARTNERSHIP. The undersigned have formed a Co-partnership under the name and style of KAHL & RAHM, To conduct a GENERAL FOUNDRY AND MACHINE BUSINESS, At their newly fitted np establishment, the EAGLE MACHINE WORKS, Corner oe Ninth and Canai. Streets, (South side of Basin,) RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. Are now prepared to manufacture STATIONARY and PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES Of any required power. ALSO, SAW and GRIST MILLS, MILL GEARINGS, STEAM BOILERS, BRASS and IKON CASTINGS, FORGINGS, and MACHINERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Having obtained most of the patterns of the late Mr. Philip Rahm, we can bnild new and repair old Machine ry with great facility; and, being supplied with the most labor-saving tools, we can fa vorahly compete with any establishment in any kind of work, both as to quality and price. The senior Partner, FRANK KAHL, A Mechanical Engineer, was, for a number of years, superintendent and partner in the late P. Raimi's EAGLE machiae wukivs. ADOLPHUS J. RAHM, Son of the late P. Rahm, aided by F. KAHL, Has conducted the business of his father since his death, in January, 18*2, until the fire in April, 186.1, when the works "were destroyed. We assure the public that any work entrusted to ps will be carried out on the most scientific and practical plan, combining simplicity with efficiency, and econo my with durability. As successors to the late Mr. P. Rahm, of the. Eagle 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, fel>21 - tf A. J. RAHM. -^rETKOPOLITAN WORKS, Corker of Skvbnth and Canai, Streets. Having supplied ourselves with the necessary pat terns, wo are prepared to execute, at short notice, orders for EVERY DESCRIPTION OF C ASTI NOS, BRASS or IRON, Say IRON FRONTS, FOR STORF.S AND WAREHOUSES; CASTINGS FOR RAILROADS, all kinds: CASTINGS FOR MILLS AND MACHINERY GENE RALLY; WAGON AXLES COMPLETE, with Boxes; SASH WEIGHTS, GRATE BARS, *o., Ao. ENGINES AND MACHINERY Of all kinds repaired in the best mantierand with quick despatch. ft£ SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. JJ* We would call particular attention to ottr facilities For manufacturing and repairing TOBACCO PRESSES, FLATTENING MILLS, A<\ Having done a considerable quantity of this descrip lion of work recently, our stock of patterns is vety ;oinpl*te. All the Wrought and Cunt Iron Work for the “ IIOWE TRUSS” and other Bridges supplied, including tho long, heavy Bolts, complete, with Nuts, Anglo Blocks Washers, Ac. Wrought Iron and Wooden TRUCKS, for Railroads, fitted up complete, with Wheel*and Axles, Springs, 4c. Having erected a commodious Smith-Shop, we are prepared to do Blacksmiths' Work of alt kinds, inclu ding WKOUGHT-IK0N GRATINGS, for Dwellings, Warehouses, 4c. For the quality of the IRON and BRASS WORK sup plied at this establishment, we respectfully beg leave lo refer to Charles Campbell. Esq., Superintendent City lias Works, and the officers of the Janies River and Kana wha Canal,as well as the Superintendents, Engineer* aud Master-Machinists of the several Railroads leading from ibis city ; also, to Major K. T. D. Myef*, Engineer Rich mond, Fredericksburg and Potomac and Richmond and Petersburg Railroads, and A. L. Maxwell, Esq., Bridge Guilder, 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 , hinary, and are now prepared to furnish with neatness ;nd 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 sire. Hard Wood Mouldings for Railway Coaches, and Ornamental Sawiug of all kinds orders solicited. TANNER 4 EHBETS. Highest cash prices paid for OLD IRON, BRASS, COP PER, Ac. _jan!7-tf pENINSULAR MACHINE WORKS, MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE. Portable and Stationary Engines Saw Mills and Shingle "Machines Iron and Brass Castings and Forgings of every de scription, for Railroad and other purposes Hand aud Crank Cars Bolt* and Nut* Saw Arbor* Iron Railing AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY, Threshing, Cleaning and Separating Machines Reaping and Mowing Machines Horse Powers Hand and Power Corn Sheliers Hay, Stiaw and Fodder Cutlers Jersey Farm Wagons Light Spring Wagons Townsend's Wheel Cultivator, with which one hoy 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 cue horse plows or the ordinary cultivators. Prompt attention paid to all orders or enquiries by i„.ii BUDDASHARP. J. Thos. Brnn, of Maryland, Thos. K. Shaki', late of Columbia, South Carolina. feblS-tf __ JOBS W. CARDWELL. I SAMl'EL FREEDLEY, pARDAVELL A FREEDLEY, Manufacturers and Dealers in AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS And MACHINERY. W’e are prepared to manufacture all kinds of Agri -ultural Implements and Machinery, such as Plows, 'ultivators. Corn Planters, Mowers and Reapers, Horse Powers, Threshing Machines, Fanning Mills, Separa tors, die., Ac. *£ REPAIRING will he promptly attended to on the most reasonable terms at the AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT WORKS, Corner Ninth and Cary streets. taT Highest price paid for OLD IRON, BRASS, COP PER, Ac. mhSt_ tFlattening mills— TOBACCO CUTTERS, TOBACCO PRESSES, Vnd all kinds of FACTORY FIXTURES, made and re tired by CARDWELL dt FREEDLEY, (Successor* to John W Cardwell A Co.,) Agricultural Implement Works, Sth and Cary sts. feb£!-d3in __ MERCHANT TAILORS. JOHN K. DOHERTY, MERCHANT TAILOR, Main street, between Eighth and Ninth, has received his spring stock of CLOTHS, CASSlMERES, VESTINGS, to which he calls attention. The stock is large and con tains the various weaves, colors and qualities pro duced for the season by the most celebrated makers. Strength of color and durability of fabric has been his object in selection. Confident that his judgment will be approTed.be asks an examination, and, at the same time, pledges the STYLES OF GARMENT shall be satisfactory to ai who order. W. S. TU PMATi. for a long time in the clothing trade, can be found at Mr. Doherty's store, where he will be pleased to show the stock, which h« can recommend as perfect in every particular. He also MAKES SHIRTS Tit ORDER, good in quality, low in price as possible, and a lit guaranteed. Mai - t. between Eighth and Ninth, mhlo-lm JOHN LATOUCHE, DRAPER AND TAILOR, Franklin street, next to the corner of Fourteenth, Has now received and will keep constantly on hand a choice assortment of goods suitable to the •tylea and seasou. N B —As he sells exclusively for cash, he is enabled to offer a first-class article at a low price. mht2t HOLLAND GIN.—Pure HOLLAND GIN, for medicinal purposes, for sale by A. BOPEKER A BRO., JtnlSf Druggi*t*t Wo. 10 Main street. SHORE MACKEREL.—On consignment, di rect from Boston, loo kits No. 1 MACKEREL, Boston Inspection superior to any In market, for aale by DESHIELDS, MONCURB A CO., mhlot No. 17 Pearl street OAA GROSS DAILEY’S MATCHES, 300 gross PARLOR MATCHES, for sale by iult»f ' WM. TAILOR A SON. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. p AKRETT, WILLIAMS & CO., PRODUCE AND GENERALCOWIISSION MERCHANTS, Fraxkmx, Below Goverxor Strert, Sell Leaf, Manufactured and Smoking Tobacco and Ci gars, Grain, Flour and every description of Country produce. .•<1,000 SUPERIOR HAVANA CIGARS just received ; also, the following favorite brands of Sucking Tobac co : Brown Dick, Lone Jack, Bob Lee, Pride of Virgi nia, Zephyr Pulf, Zarvona and Pilkiutou's, Fruits and Flowers, as well as commou and low grades Prices ruling from 50 cents to $1 ,V>. Any brand of Virginia Chewing Tolwcco furnished promptly and on the most reasonable term*. rohl9-2in_ JOHN N. GORDON & SON, GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And Dealers in METALS, GRINDSTONES, Ac., Fourteenth street, near Exchange Hotel, Offer for sale English Refined, Hammered anil Swedes Iron, Horse-shoe Iron, Norway Nail Rods ; Band, Hoop and Sheet Iron ; Plough Iron, from 7 to 12 inch ; Oval and Half-round Iron, Horse Shoes; Iron Axles, II to 2} inch; Cut Nails, Tin Plate, various sires; Block Tin, Bar Lead, Spelter, Sheet Zinc, BLISTERED STEEL, CAST, SHEAR and GERMAN STEEL, Square, round and flat. CUBA SUGARS, in hogsheads and barrels REFINED SUGARS, various grades Rio, lagnayra and old Government Java COFFEE Gunpowder, Young llyson and Oolong TEAS Adamantine and Tallow CANDLES, Brown and Pale SOAPS, Prime CHEESE, Cider VINEGAR, Liverpool SALT, Nova Scotia GRINDSTONES, for farming and ma chinery pnrposes, Ac., Ac. _mbit II. a. IIARI'KK. H. B. TALIAFERRO. K. H. P. ROBIXSOX. Harper, Taliaferro & co., OEXBBAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND PRODUCE BROKERS, Dealers In GUANO, LIME, PLASTER and other FER TILIZERS, Foot of Sixth street (ox the Caxai.), RICHMOND, VA •©'Special attention given to the pnrchase, salo or shipment of TOBACCO, and all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE and general MERCHANDISE. wh2--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 HEAL ESTATE, and several of tho 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 __ Br.iiii, iniiE.riiE.Ku * ow., GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND GROCER8, Basin Bank, between 9th and 10th streets, Solicit consignments of Country Produce, Lumber, Wood, Ac. To Builders, Contractors and others, we would say that we are prepared to furnish BILL TIMBER, all lengths, at short notice. For sale, on consignment, Superior Country Bacon, Butter, Tallow, Dried Apples, Tobacco, Ac. feblf __ 'yyOOLFOLK & TIIORNLEY, GENERAL COMMISSION AND LAND AGENTS, OPFRR THEIR SERVICER FOR THE 8AI.B OF LAND, CROPS OF CORN, WHEAT, TOBACCO, Ac. ALSO, Special atteution 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 line FARMS, of all sires and descrip tions, in this and other Stales. Address Bowling Green, Caroline county, Virginia. jan9-6m _ F> REINS & SON, ie GROCERS, COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS, Also, Dealers in WOOD, COAL, HOUSE FEED AND BOAT SUPPLIES. They respectfully solicit consignments of Agricultu ral Products of all kinds, especially of TOBACCO AND WHEAT. Strict attention to business and prompt returns ol sales, they pledge to those who may favor them with their patronage. (S'office and I.nmher-honse between Ninth and Tenth streets, on Cary street and Basin. RICHARD REINS, an2(>—tf LUTUKR R. REINS. P. B. Sublett.late of the Brm of Powell A Sublett. Peter A. Sublett.Richmond, Va. p B. & 1’. A. SUBLETT, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Offer their services for the sale of TOBACCO, WHEAT, 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. ocl20—tf J J. BINFORD & SON, * * GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Corner Thirteenth and Franklin streets, RICHMOND, VA., Keep constantly on hand a choice supply of FAMILY GROCERIS, WINES, BRANDIES, WHISKEY, RUM, Ac., which we are selling at wholesale and retail. As Commission Merchants, we give parlicnlar alien lion to the sale of Tobacco, Wheat, Corn and Country Produce generally. Prompt returns made. sep8f^ IE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY associated themselves under the style and firm ot FRENCH A CRENSHAW, For the purpose of conducting the GROCERY AND COMMISSION BUSINESS, At their com modion* and extensive Store-Hon»e, on the corner of Main and Ninth streets. They will keep on hand the most select and choice stock of Groceries of every description, including WINES, LIQUORS, TEAS, Ac., Which they will be propared 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 our House. * SETH BARTON FRENCH, LEWIS D. CRENSHAW, Jr. Until the first of November, they can be found at the OBice of Huxall, Crenshaw A Co._oct‘AS—tf^ ipOOKER, KERR & LYON, PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Office corner lotn ana Franklin streets, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. Prompt attention given to sales of all kinds COUN TRY PRODUCE. _jy26—tf jQANDRIDGE & ANDERSON, GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. lOo Broad Stubkt, Richmond, Va. Have in store and for sale, on the most reasonable terms, a large assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES and supplies. dec4-tf AGENCIES, &c. VIRGINIA EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, RICHMOND, VA. The undersigned have opened an office at the corner of Broad and Ninth streets, where they can be found from 9 till 4 o’clock, daily, and will be prepared to af ford to all persons, white and colored, professional or others, the best faMlitles for securing employment. Persons desirous of employing labor, white or black, clerical aid or other service, will tiud with us a registry of persons desiring situations ; and all who are with out employment are invited to call and register with us. In °nr business transactions we are determined to give satis (action if earnest effort can accomplish It. . KBENCES.—Hon. Daniel C. Dejarnette, Caroline countv ' Alexander P. Abell, Monticello B»nk,Ch.ir lotiesV 11 : Win. C. Moncure,Sheriff of Henrico; Wil son, 0 laic brook A Co., Richmond, Va. ; and the mer chants and business men of Richmond generally. J. T. HENDERSON SCO., mh30-d2w P. 0. box 139. VEHICLE MANUFACTURERS. t-i EORGE A. AINSUE, f Manufacturer and Dealer iu CARRIAGES, Tenth Street, between Main and Cart, Has now on hand a choice selection of RIDING VE HICLES of the most approved styles, consisting in part of CALECHES. COACHES, BAROUCHES, SIX-SEAT ROCKAWAYS, PHiKTONS, COUPES, and LIGHT R00KAWAY8 and BUGGIES Of all kinds, to which the attention of those in want of such articles is invited. mhSat SUNDRIES. 10 barrels green PICKLES, 5 barrels white wine VINEGAR, 10 barrels MESS PORK, 3oo prime sugar-cured HAMS, 100 boxes Adamantine CANDLES, fio boxes family SOAP, In store and for sale bv __. _ njhl2t GEORGE I. HERRING A 00. SUGAR AND GOFFER. Prime laguavra Coffee Standard Crushed Sugar Receiving and tor sale by . _ JOHN N. GORDON A SON, Fourteenth street, near Exchange Hotel. mhCfit ___ rpEAS I 1 I I Fine GUNPOWDER and OOLONG TEAS, for sale by JOHN N. GORDON A SON, Fourteenth street, near Exchange Hotel. mh26f_____ COOKE’S COMPOUND SYRUP of BUCHU and Pareira Brava, just received. J. BLAIR, mbSof 1<*7 Broad street. A very superior lot of English TOOTH BRUSHB8, COMBS, SOAPS, genuine im ported handkerchief EXTRACTS, TOILET WATERS, Pomades, COSMETICS, FANCY PIPES, Ac., for sale by R. W. POWERS, febMf Corner Main and Fifteenth streets._ FJRK KEROSENE OIL, at 75 cents per gallon; Concentrated Lye, at 35 cents, or three boxes for At, at POWER A MoPHAIL’S Dmg store, corner Main and 17th ste. BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL. jgALTIMORE LOCK. HOSPITAL, BALTIMORE, MD. ESTABLISHED *3 a REFUGE fkom QUACKERY. THE ONLY PLACE WHERE A CURE CAN BE OBTAINED. PK. JOHNSTON has discovered the most Certain, Speedy, and only Effectual Remedy in the World for Weakness of the Back or Limbs, Strictures, Affection of the Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary Discharges, lm potencv, General Debility, Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of the Heart, Timidity, Trembling, Dimness of Sight or Giddiness, Disease of the Head, Throat, Nose, or Skin, Affections of the Liver, Lungs, Stomach, or Bowels— those Terrible Disorders arising from Solitary Habits of 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 anticipa tions, rendering marriage, Ac., impossible. YOUNG MEN Especially, who have become the victims of Solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which annu ally sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of Young Men of the most exalted talents and brilliant intellect, who might otherwise have entranced listening Senates with the thunders of eloquence, or waked to ecstacy the living lyre, may call with full confidence. MARRIAGE. • Married Persons, or Young Men contemplating marri age, being aware of Physical Weakness, Organic Debil ity, Deformities, speedily cured. He who places himself under the care of Dr. J. may religiously confide in his honor as a gentleman, and confidently rely nponhis skill as a physician. ORGANIC WEAKNESS Immediately Cured and full Vigor Restored. This distressing affection, which renders life misera ble and marriage impossible, is the penalty paid by the victims of improper indulgences. Young' persons are too apt to commit excesses from not being aware of the dreadful consequences that may ensue. Now, who that understands the subject will pretend to deny that the power of procreation Is lost sooner by those falling into improper habits than by the prudent ? Besides being deprived of the pleasure of healthy offspring, the most ■erious and destuctive symptoms of both body and mind arise. The System becomes deranged, the Physical and Mental Functions Weakened, Loss of Prncroative Pow er, Nervous Irritability, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Heart, Indigestion, Constitutional Debility, and Wast ing of the Frame, Cough, Consumption, Decay and Death. DR. JOHN8TON, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, Graduate of one of the most eminent Colleges in the United Stales, and the greater part of whose life has been spent in the hospitals of London, Paris, Philadel phia, and elsewhere, has effected some of the most as tonishing cures that were ever known ; many tronhled with ringing in the head and ears when asleep, great nervousness, being alarmed at sudden sounds, bash ...111, „t l.lnthln.r snmotinies with derangement of mind, were cured immediately. TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. Dr. J. addresses all those who have injured them selves by improper indulgence ami 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 habltH of vouth, viz: Weakness of the Back and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness of Sight, Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Digestive Functions, General Debility, Symptoms of Consumption, Jtc. Mentally.—The fearful effects on the mind are much to be 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 of persons of all ages can now judge what is the cause of their declining health, losing their vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, having a singular appearance about the 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, or at school, the effects 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 his coun try, the pride of his parents, should be snatched from all prospects and enjoyments of life by theeonsequenco of deviating from the path of nature, and indulging in a certain secret habit. Such persons must, before con templating MARRIAGE, Reflect that a sound mind and body are the most neces sary requisites to promote connubial happiness. In deed, without these the journey through life becomes a weary pilgrimage; tho prospect hourly darkens to the view",Ihe mind becomes shadowed with despair and filled with the melancholy reflection that tho happiness of another becomes blighted with onr own. OFFICE, 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET, Left-hand side going from Baltimore street, a few doors from the corner. Fail not to observe name and nmn ber. ' No letters received unless postpaid and contain ing a st ^pip to lie used on (ho reply. Persons writing should state age, and send portion of advertisement de scribing symptoms. The Doctor’s DIPLOMA hangs In his office. ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS. The many thousands enred at this establishment with in the last twenty years, and tlm numerous important Surgical Operations performed by Dr. Johnston, wit nessed by tho reporters of ihe The Sun ami many other papers, notices of which have appeared again and again before Die public, bosldes bis standing as a gentleman of character and responsibility, is a sufficient guarantee to Ibe attlicted. SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED. Janl9-]y INSURANCE COMPANIES. UNDER A LIBERAL CHARTER from the General Assembly of Virginia, passed February 28th, 1886, the INSURANCE AND SAVINGS COMPANY OF VIRGINIA Is organized, with an authorized capital of $1,non,non. PRINCIPAL OFFICE AT RICHMOND. OPPICBKS OP TIIB COMPANY. DANIEL J. HARTSOOK, President. DAVID J. BURR Secretary. B. C. WHERRY, Jr., Assistant Secretary. DIRECTORS. Daniri. J. Haetsook, A. Y. Stokes, John Enures, David Ccrrik, W. B. Isaacs, GrorurS. Pai.mer, William 0. Paine, William 0. Taylor, Joseph E. Ci.aurtt, John C. Williams, Samuel C. Tardy, John B. Davis. This company offers all Ihe inducements connected with a Home Institution of undoubted ability, and will he prepared, by Ihe 12th instant, to make insu rances and issue policies upon Fire and Marine Risks. *« ifflee on Main street, between Twelfth and Thir teenth, over the United Stales Telegraph Office, aplo-lm __ juTUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE New York. Annual income, in cash, - 3,500,000 00. The dividends of this Company are larger in amount for premiums paid than in any company in the world. All of the profits arising from this immense fund and annual income annoai.i.tdividkd amongst the In sured. Applications can bo made to J. B. Macmdido, A. Boi.lind, I>r. J. B. McCaw, John M. Otkt, JP. F. How ard, or K. B. Mkadf, with O. F. BKEESEE, General Agent. Office—Franklin street, between 7th and Sth. sepl4f Branch office OF THE SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. Capital,.$1,000,000 00. Surplus, ....... 600,000 00. Annual income over ... 1,000,(X)0 00. This Company takes Fire and Marine Risks on the most favorable terms. Country risks also taken. All losses paid at this office without delay of sending proof to home office. Application can be made to A. Bollino, John M. Otky, P. F. Howard, or E. B. Meads, with O. F. BKEESEE, General Agent, Office Franklin street, between 7lh and Sth. sepl4—f Montague & whitall, (Late of the Merchants' Insurance Company of Richmond,) I N 8 U R E Property of all Kinds In the most reliable Companies. They also efect Marine Insurance and Life Insurance. Office: No. 231 Main street, Just below the Spots wood Hotel. anglfi—tf NEWSPAPERS rpitE •< SENTINEL,” PUBLISHED DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, RALEIGH, N. C. WM. E. PELL.Proprietor and State Printer. EDITED BY WM. E. PELL AND SEATON GALES. THE SENTINEL is an independent newspaper, a warm supporter of the Union and the Constitution, of Andrew Johnson, our ma^naniinouM President, and hit policy, and devoted especially to the recuperatlan and prosperity of the South and of North Carolina. It labors to promote harmony, good feeling and equal rights among ail the Slates, but will rebuke all un founded expression* against the loyalty and Integrity of the Southern people. Special attention will be paid to the news and market departments. Full proceedings of the Legislature and all important State paper* appear in the Sentinel. It* circulation is believed to he equal to any In the State, if not the largest. Its advertising patronage Is Urge and growing. The Daily and Weekly are now issued. The Semi Weekly will appear In a shot! time. TERMS: Daily Sentinel, In advance, per year.410 no “ *• “ ti months.5 'X) Semi-Weekly, “ per year.5 no " “ “ 6 months .2 50 Weekly, “ per year.3 00 »• " 6 months.1 80 mh27-lm SUPERIOR CHEWING TOKACCO AND CIGARS. 10 kinds of superior Chewing Tobacco and Cigars 6 kinds of fine Cigars For sale by DANDRIDGE * ANDER80N, Jan22-tf No. 108 Broad street. HERRING'S COMP. EXT. COLOCYNTH, Herring's Ext. Hyoseyamns, Herring’s Ext. Bel ladonna, Herring’s Pnlv. Turkey Rhubarb, for use in prescriptions and for sale. J. BLAIR, | mh2of 107 Broad street. • RAILROADS. &c. Richmond a n d danvillk and PIEDMONT RAILROAD. MAIL AND PASSENGER TRAIN Leaves Richmond daily (except Sundays) at 7:40, A. M. Arrives at Danville at 4:iO, P. M. Arrives at Greensboro' at S:2rt, P. M. Leaves Greensboro’ daily (Sondavs excepted) at 10:30, P M. Leaves Danville daily at 5:45, A. M. Arrives at Richmond at 3:15, P. M. Trains connect at Burkevllle with Trains on the Southaide Railroad for Farmville, Lynchburg, Bristol, Knoxville, Dalton, Chattanooga, Memphis, Ac., Ac. ; at Greensboro’with Trains on the North Carolina Rail roack for Salisbury, Charlotte, Morganton, Lincolnton, Ac., Ac., N. C.; Chester, Winnsboro’, Colombia, Ac., Ac., S. C. THOS. DODAMEAD, mh20-tf Superintendent. RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG RAILROAD CO., > Richmond, Va., March 6, IStStS. $ QHANGE OF SCHEDULE. On and after MONDAY, the 12th instant, Trains upon this road will rnn as follows : Leave Manchester daily at 5:10 A. M., and at 4:25 P. M. Ketnrning, leave Petersburg dally, 5:25 A. M., and at 5:45 P. M. The 6:10 A. M. Train from Manchester connects with the Petersburg and Weldon Train for the South, and both Trains from Petersburg with the Richmond and Fredericksburg Trains for the North. On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, a Freight and Accommodation Train leaves Manchester and Pe tersburg at 10:46 A. M. It connects at Petersburg with the Train for Norfolk E. H. GILL, mliG-tf Engineer and Superintendent. £5 ' Richmond & danville railroad, SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, > Richmond, Feb. 24>, 1SGG. 5 NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. The hour np to which FREIGHT for this road will be received at the Depot, in Manchester, Is exteuded to FOUR O’CLOCK P. M., from and after this date. As it is necessary, to enable the clerks to make ont the proper way hills, to have a fixed honr to stop receiving, notice is hereby given that no freight will be received after the honr named. The Freight on goods for Danville and Greensboro’ may bo 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 fonr o’clock, P. M. ; otherwise goisls will not be sent for ward. THOMASDODAMEAD, mho Superintendent. Great short route to the north, EAST AND WEST, VIA THE RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC RAILROAD, CAR RYING THE UNITED STATES MAILTWICE DAILY. The only Railroad route issuing through tickets and through baggage check# from Richmond to the cities North, East and West. Trains on this road are now run as follows: The Day Through Mail Train leaves Richmond daily (8nndays excepted) at 8 A. M., arriving in Washington at 3:20 P. M., connecting with the early afternoon ex press trains for the North, East and West. The Night Through Mall Train leaves Richmond daily at 8 P. M., arriving in Washington at A A. M., connecting with the early morning trains for the North, East and West. The Exprese and Freight train leaves Richmond tri-weekly, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 6 A. M., arriving in Washington at 6:30 P. M., connecting with the 7:30 P. M. Train on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad for New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Har risburg and the West. Fare by this train to Washington only f6 for first class, and $A for second class passengers. The Accommodation Train between Richmond and Milford leaves Richmond at 3:30 P. M., arriving at Mil ford at 6 P. M. Through Tickets and Through Baggage Chocks to Alexandria, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and all the principal cities in the West. For further information and through tickets, apply at the office of the company, corner Broad and Eighth streets, Shockoe Hill. J. B. GENTRY, General Ticket Agent. SAMUEL RUTH, Superintendent._feb!4f pOR LYNCHBURG. RICHMOND AND DANVILLE AND SOUTHS! DE RAI L R0AD8. Passenger Trains leave Richmond daily (except Sun day) at 7:40 A. M. THROUGH 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 Soathside road having been re built, this tine is NOW OPEN WITHOUT INTERRUPTION TO LYNCH BURG. Passengers leave Richmond at 7:40 A. M., and arrive in Lynchburg at A P. M. Trains connect at Lynchburg with trains on the Vir ginia and Tonnessee railroad. J. H.-LESTER, Ticket Agent Richmond and Danville Railroad. fehl2—tf | ,7. rant r-prr^ RICHMOND and DANVILLE RAILROAD. CHANGE OF~SCHEDULE. On and after TUESDAY, December 12th, the PASSEN GER TRAI N on this road will run as follows: Leave Richmond daily, Sundays excepted, 7:40 A. M. Arrive at Danville, fit in P. M. Leave Danville dally, Sundays excepted, A:30 A. M. Arrive in Richmond, Stlfi P. M. Trains connect at Burkevllte withtralns on tboHonth sidc Railroad for Lynchburg, and at Danville with the trains on the Piedmont Railroad,foi Greensboro’, Char lotte, Ac. THUS. DODAMEAD, Superintendent, dec 12—tf OFFICE RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG RAILROAD COMPANY, Richmond, Va., March 23, 1866. NOT1CB TO SHIPPERS. On and after this date all freights for shipment over this road must lie at Manchester Crossing by 3 o’clock P. M. No Freight will he received after that hour. J. H. WOODCOCK, mh23-lf General Freight Agent. Office Richmond and Pbtf.rhm?eu R. R. Co., i Richmond, January 3,1866. S ON AND AFTER HIE 7TII 01 FT: TO JANUARY, 1866, the Sunday Bveiiiuc&vW Passenger Trains will run on this road as heretofore, leaving Manchester at 3:AA P. M. and leaving Pocahon tas at A:10 P. SI., arriving at Manchester at 7 P. M. E. H. GILL, Jan4-tf Engineer and Superintendent. LUMBER, CEMENT, &c. J UMBER AND CEMENT. J WILSON, GLAZEBROOK & CO., LUMBER DEALERS, Corner Tenth and Canaj, Streets—South Side Basin, Have on hand and offer for sale a full assortment of SEASONED and UNSEASONED YELLOW and WHITE FINE— fgi.noo feet 1}, II md 2-lnch Yellow Fine (So,000 feet Scantling and Joist, assorted sites 20,000 feet Garden Kails AO,000 feet Nova Scotia Pine, various sites Su.uOO 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 prices. We are the agents of Locher'a celebrated James river CEMENT, weighing MOO pounds to the barrel, and have now on hand a full supply, which we offer for sale, and guarantee each barrel sound. janS—If GUANO. Guano, guano, guano.—no. i p« rnvian, as imporied; Ammontated Phosphatic Guano; Bone Dust; Fish Gnano.—The Ammoniated Phosphatic Guano is carefully manufactured from Pe ruvian and Navassa in the right proportions to suit va rieties of soils and crops. It is highly recommended by farmers, who prefer it to all other fertilizers, and by Professors Liebig, of Baltimore, and Kraft, of New York. It contains eight per cent, of ammonia, and its quality is guaranteed to he uniform. It is shipped In barrels and is finely comminuted, and perfectly dry.— Price $70 per ton. Send foracircnlar. For sale in quan tities to suit by _ __ ATKINSON, TEN EYCK A CO., General Agents for Virginia. Main street, second door above Eighth. mh29f _ ____ Manipulated guano.—the James RIVER MANUFACTURING COMPANY having procured a supply of Peruvian Gnano, of recent impor tation, is now ready to deliver Its preparation, first in troduced in 1S60, and so favorably known as tin JAMES RIVER MANIPULATED GUANO. The ton consists of one thousand pounds each of pure Peruvian and Phosphatic Guano, finely ground and perfectly mixed, and Is confidently recommended to the public as a superior unadulterated Fertilizer. E. B. BENTLEY, mh»0-2w* Agent. Metals i metals i Refined and common Rolled Iron Swedes, Hammered and Country Iron Horse Shoe Iron, Slit and Rolled Norway and American Nail Rods Broad Plough Iron, from 7 to 12 inches Band, Hoop and Rod Iron American, English and Russia Sheet Iron Horse Shoes, Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, and assorted Iron Axles, from 1J to 2$ Tin Plate, Block Tin, Lead and Spelter For sale by JOHN N. GORDON A SON, Fourleenth street, near Exchange lintel. mh2fl-lw gUNDRIES. London Porter, Scotch Ale, Table Claret, fine London Dock Brandy, fine 8hervy Wine, best brand" Cham pagne, English, French and American Mustard, finest Green and Black Teas, Worcestershire Sauce, English Chow Chow, Ac., Ac., in store and for sale by febfff__0E0. I. HBRKING A CO. WHISKEY ! WHISKEY ! WHISKEY ! 20 barrels low grade Whisker S barrels superior old Rye whiskey 10 barrels Bourbon Whiskey feb23f I* 1,W’ FRENCH * CRENSHAW. 1 TONS LUMP PLASTER, just re 10U ceivedandfor«a.e«,yLBE & VIRGINIA WORM KILLER!—A pleasant safe and certain remedy for Worms in Children. For sale by druggists. Twenty-five cents a bottle. t STEAMBOATS, Ac. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S TROUGH LINK TO CALIFORNIA, Touching at MEXICAN PORTS, AND CARRYING THK UNITED STATES MAIL. THROCUH IN TWENTY-TWO DAYS. Err.AMsHira on in Cmiiciito on thi Pacific Atlantic: with thk ARIZONA, COLORADA, HENRY CHAUNCEY, • INSTITUTION, NEW YORK, GOLDEN CITY, OCKAN tlUKBN, SACRAMENTO, NORTHERN IJGHT, GOLDEN AGE, COSTA RICO, MONTANA, Ac., Ac, Ono of the above large and splendid Steamship* will LEAVE PIER NO. 42, NORTH RIVER, foot of Canal atreet, at 12 o'clock, noon, on the 1st, 11th and 21»t of every month (except when those dates fall on Sunday, and then on the preceding Saturday), for ASPIXWAI.L, connecting, via Panama Railway, with one of the Company’s Steamship! from Panama for SAN FRAN CISCO, touching at ACAPULCO. Departures of 1st and 21st connect at Panama with steamers for 8oiith Pacific and Central Ahkbicax Ports. Those of 1st touch at Manzanillo. A discount of one quarter from steamers' rates al o . lowed to second cabin and steerage passenger* with families. Also, an allowance of one quarter on through rates to clergymen and their families, and school teachers; soldiers having honorable discharges, HALF FARE. One Hundred Pounds Baggage allowed each adult. Baggage-masters accompany baggage through, and at tend to ladies and children without male protectors. Baggage received on the dock the day before sailing, from steamboats, railroad*, and passengers who prefer to send down early. An experienced surgeon on board. Medicine and at tendance free. For Passage Tickets or farther Information, apply at the Company’s Ticket Office, on the wharf, foot of Canal street, North River, New York. mh2--:-tm F. W. G. BF.LI.OWS, Agent. pOR NEW YORK.. ATLANTIC COAST MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY. The splendid new side-wheel steamshlpe HATTERAS, Lewis Parrish, Commander ; ALBEMARLE, U. A. Botree, Commander: Leave Richmond every TUESDAY and SATURDAY. F*-ave New York WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY'. These ships arc entirely new, and were built ex pressly for the route. They have splendid saloons and stateroom*, and the fare, accommodations and attention are unsurpassed. Passage, meals and state-rooms included, US. Goods shipped by this line are landed regularly at New York, on the Company’s covered pier, within rorty-eigni nonre. Shippers are invited to notice that the great damage and loss by handling and exposure from frequent re shipping, as on other lines, is avoided by this ronte. Freights for points beyond New York will he for warded with despatch, and no charge made, except ac tual expenses incurred. These ships discharge cargo in New York, at Pier No. .16, North River, and the Company’s steamers for Wil mington, N. C., Charleston, Savannah, Mobile and New Orleans, leave from the same pier. Goods for these points can be transferred without expense orexpo-ure. Insurance is very low by these ships,and tile 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: Livingston, Fox A Co., HI Broadway, New York. Samuel Ayres A Co., Richmond, Va. Cal well A Dunn, City Point and Petersburg. T. H. Webb, Norfolk, Va. For freight or passage, apply to SAMUEL AYRES A CO., Agents, US' Office corner of Cary and Virginia streets, oppo site the Tobacco Exchange. nov2n--tf ____ QFFICE OF WELLS, FARGO A CO., NEW YORK AND CALIFORNIA express and exchange company, fto. Broadway.'New York. SHIPPERS OF FREIGHT •TO TDK PACIFIC COAST Will please take notice, that having been appointed FREIGHT AGENTS OF THE PACIFIC MAIL STEAM SHIP COMPANY, Wo are prepared to receive Freight for CALIFORNIA, OREGON, NEVADA, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, SANDWICH I8LANDS, CENTRAL AMERICA, AND WESTERN COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA. For rales apply at our office, No. 84 Broadway, or freight office on dock foot of Canal street. Steamers will sail 1st, 1 Ith and 21st of each month ; those dates falling on SUNDAY, on preceding SATUR DAY. No SLOW FREIGHT RECEIVED ON DAY OF SAIL. '‘''FREIGHT MUST BE DELIVERED ON DOCK FOOT OF CANAL STREET. Bills of I aiding will be Issued at No. 84 Broadway, imr usnal Package Express will be sent by each steamer AND WILL CLOSE AT lo A. M. on SAILING DAY. our Loiter Bags will close at 11:80 A. M. For conve nience of our up-town customers a letter hag will be kept at the Metropolitan Hotel and on the dock foot of Canal street. our FRANKED ENVELOPES will he on sale at the office of the Hotel and at our offices, No. 84 Broadway and Caual 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 by the wires on We,st Coast. California Coupons bought at best rates. novS-tim WELLS, FARGO A CO. BOOTS, SHOES, &c. New spring stock boots and SHOES.—Just received our Spring Stock of Gentlemen’s Boots and Shoes, ladies’ Balmorals Misses' Calf Balmorals Boys' and Youths’ Fine Balmorals Children’s Fine Polish Balmorals. Onr stock fs very large and well snited to the trade, and the attention of our customers is solicited, assuring them that w» can sell them good Boots and Shoes as low as they can be had in tills* or any other eitv. mh21t Donnan’s Building, Governor at, J>()OTS AND SHOES. <|i Wo have received, on consignment, the fol-v lowing BOOTS and SHOES, which will lie sold at invoice prices—first cost: Men's Kip Hungarian Boots, prime, Men's Grain Cavalry Boots, long legs, Ladies’ Kid double-sole Balmorals, Ladies' Goat do., Ladies' Morocco do.. Ladies' Gum Overshoes, Childrens Goat and Metalic tipped Boots, Childrens Goat mock-welt Bools, Infants Kid Boots. AMO, One Case Men’s Calf W. P, lap-sole Boots. jan27f GARDNER A CARLTON. REMOVAUS. TVUPUY .V M< KINNEY, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Have removed their olflce to the new building at the lower end of the Basin, immediately opposite the toll house. They continue the sale of Tobacco, Flour, Wheat, Corn, Ac , and tru-t from long experience to be able to give satisfaction to all who may patronize (hern. febI2~6m_ REMOVAL. E. G. JAMES & CO., GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Have removed to their large new store, south side of Cary street, third door from Thirteenth street. They have now in store— Extra and superfine Virginia Flour Snperlor old Kentucky Rye Whiskey Extra quality French Brandy Scuppernung Wice Soused Pigs Feet Canvased Hams . ,, . Also, a large lot of heavy Maple RT Good*, ail of which they offer for sale at the lowest market rates to close consignments. • , , , , They solicit consignments of ail kinds of ,OUNTRY PRODUCE an<l MERCHANDISE, sod are prepared to receive a large quantity of atwMUCQ Cary street, deelfi—tf 3d door from above Thirteenth street. TJEMOVAL. OARDNIK A CARLTON Have REMOVED to their new Store Building, No. 9, 1 on Fourteenth or Pearl streot, where they offer to the trade a full and good assortment of BOOTS, SHOES and HATS. __ _janlSf RKMOVAL--ON THE FIRST OF JANU- ! 4rT, JW«, we will remove our business to Nos. 273 I and 2SI, Broadway, (np stairs,) directly opposite A. T. ■ Stewart A Co. HALL. 80UTHW1CK A CO. N. B —We would call attention, in connection wlih above notice of our removal, to our Increased facilities f„r manufacturing Ladles’, Misses’ and Children's Ma chine Sewed Work of all kinda. dec22-fltn , 'yyATCllMAN’S TLME DETECTOR. I For corporation* and inann fart tiring' concern*, capable ^ of controlling, with the utmobt accuracy* tbi* ®,,|ioTn* J1 a watchman or patrolman. Manutk-tur-i by " BUKKK, 47 CoogrcbH street, Boston. Hand (•** c ^ a aplo-st a JOHN HARTZ, m. J fj BETWEEN FOURTH AND F1PT» SjBEETS.Jias ^ received a full supply ^^‘^.^Jne^ssortmen! .. Fancy Goods and Perfumeries. Awo h.eh wim ve 1 of Silk Parasols, 811k Tittle .Cf r J sold as cheap as the cheapest, r g Please eall and convince yourself of the racl. n ap9-tf --- rpHECELEBRATED ROCK ISLAND CAS I SIMKRES AND JEANS so well known ihrooghont .. £ Hnlted States, are J ap9-tf Libby Buildings. STEAMBOATS, Ac. ITUtGIKTA TO K U K o 1* E DIRECT. >’R«'M RICHMOND, PETERSBURG AND NORFOLK TO LIVERPOOL. ' Th- Splendid Brilish Steam-hip E P U E S U S , .1,000 tons. Captain William Coi.Li.xue, Will sail from \ irglnia for Liverpool direct, ON OR ABiiOT MAY 1ST. W Freight at low rate*. W3 Advance* made on consignments to onr friend* For particnlars, apply to K. H. DIBKKLL, Agent, Richmond. CH1B1 BS At OSBORNE, Agent*, Petersburg WILLIAM LAMB, Agent, Norfolk. Messrs. M.tcANDUEWS Ac Co.. Agents, Liverpool. lulil.VtJ Ij'KEIGliT FOR HEW YOKK AND BOSTON. • l _ INLAND ROUTE, VIA CHESAPEAKE BAY AND C t NAL, THROUGH TO NEW YORK. THE OLD POWHATAN STEAMBOAT COMPANY I The new and first class stesmer* STATE OP MARY LAND, PETERSBURG and STATE OF VIRGINIA, arc now receiving and forwarding merchandise of all de scriptlon* from Richmond to Philadelphia, New York and Boeton, In connection with the Canal Lino ol daily eteaniera from Baltimore. These steamers leave Richmond every Holiday, Wed nesday and Saturday, for Baltimore. Good* shipped on those days will be landed in New York on the third day thereafter. Shippers will take notice that goods shipped by Mil* line do not go to ska, bnt are carried entirely through ini.and, thus saving or superseding the necessity of In • urance against ska risks. The large sire of the steamer* belonging to this line enable ns to carry goods at less than by any other route. Freight for points beyond New York will be f. rwarJ ed with dispatch. This line is the only one that connects with a daily line from Baltimore for Philadelphia and New York and that can give through receipts. No drayage or commission charged. The two line* occupy the same wharf In Baltimore. Forfrelghtor passage, apply to DAVID At WM. CURRIE, Offlca at Charles T. Wortham 4 Co.’*, oct24—is Fifteenth*! ref I, rriHROUGn TO LBXIN 1 TON AND BUCHANAN IN HOURS. By Railroad to Lynchburg, and Canal Packets from thence to Lexington and Buchanan, fare through *|o. By Packet Boat all the way, from Richmond -VI hour*. Fare ft). Including meals fl). Passengers leaving Richmond at 7.1-7 by Central and Orange and Alexandria night train, also Washing ton City, connect with the boat* at Lynchburg, Mon day, Wednesday and Friday, at 7 next A. M , and ar rive in Lexington and Buchanan at ltl$ P. M., £7) hours through. RETURNING, Wednesday and Friday, arrive In Lynchbnrg at P. M . connect with the cars and arrive in Richmond and Washington at !> A. M , 2.'hours through. The boats connert in Lynchburg, also, with the Vir ginia and Tennessee Mail trains, both going and return ing. Fare to Lynchbnrg, t o Our boats leave Iticbninnd as usual, Monday, Wednes day and Friday at 5 P. M. K. KDM<>ND. apO-tf 0 () It N K W Y O It K . ATLANTIC COAST MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY. The new and elegant side-wheel steamship A I. II K M A It L K , Captain FI. A. BoikXB, Will leave her wharf at Hocketts on SATURDAY, Nth April, at 3 o'clock A. M. Passengers can go aboard the evening previous. For freight or passage, having unsurpassed accent modatiuns, apply to SAMUEL AYRES & CO.,* apll-tt Cary and Virginia streets. YT'OK HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA— _ r The British brig W. I>. NASH will aall as Apt, above, so soon a» cargo is completed. For freight, apply to mh28f FRENCH A ( REK8HAW. pOR LIVERPOOL. The A No. 1 barque QUEEN VICTORIA, now at City Point, is ready to receive freight for Liverpool. Liberal advances made on consignments to my friends In London, Liverpool or Dublin. For freight, apply to K. H. DIRRE1.L. CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICES. Dissolution.—The arm of tinslkv & 8HBPPBKHON wa* dissolved on lh»* first day of January, ISCd, by mutual coruuint. Tbe name of tb«* firm will be conllnueii only ht*rHafl»*rln tli#* offtceoant*. < I PUHLBTi JaniM-tf B. F. 8HEPPKK80N. /"I C. TINSLEY, vy# CARPENTER AND BUILDER, Wtll continne the business at ..Id stand of TINS LEY A 8HEPPERSON, corner of :'„l end Grace etreels. Being thanktul for past favors, solicits a continuance of the same from Ills friends and the public generally, pledging himself to give satisfaction In all Work done. J.in24-tf . C. C T1N8LBY CaO-PARTNEBSHIP NOTICE.—I h*re tl J day assoclalcl with me Mr. J«-e|,li Pettyjohn, and the business will in future hecondurted underlie- style of LEE A PETTYJOHN. Thankful for the patronage extended to me for tbe last twenty years, I solicit a continuance cl tbe same to the new concern. A. 8. LEE. jaulf QO-PARTNKRSMP NOTICK. O. F. WE1SIGER A CO. have admitted Into co-part nerahip W. P. MONCURE and H. M. PAYNTF.R, and the business will lie conducted from January I, lS'-U, under the tlriii and style of w KisiCrKK, moncurf. A CO. Thankful for the patronage of our friends and Die public ilitring the past four months, we would respect fully ask a continuance of the same to tbe new concern. O. F. WKIMiik.lt A Co. WEISIGER, MONCURE A CO. can be found at 7S Main street until about 1st February, when they will occupy the new house being completed for them on Pearl (<<r Nth) street, between Main and Cary, janlftt CO-PAKTNKRSHIP.—Tin- tradenigned ha i this day entered into a co-partnership under the Arm and style of BELL, SHKPIIERD A CO., For the pnrpose of conducting a GENBRAL COMMIKSION BUSINESS, Forth»saieof all Country Produce, Lumber, Word, Ac., and by strict attention to business, hope to merit and receive a liberal share of business from their friend* and the pnblic generally. Mr. CHARLES C. ELLETT, a man of long experience as a builder in this city, will give bis personal attention to the sale of all consignments of Lumber Oor office, for tbe pmsent, will be at the comer of Eighth street and tbe Basin. ASHLEY J. BELL, novlf ALB IN L. SHEPHERD. QUuPARTNEKSHJP. The nndersigned have Ibis day formed a co-partner. sliio muter the-nalna and stvlw nf WATKINS, COTTRELL A CO., For the purpose of conducting tin* IMPORTING AND GENERAL HARDWARE AXI> SADDLKKV BUSINESS, in all its branches, Wholesale and Retail, and liar, taken the large and comtnodlona store, No. 126 Main Street, where we wilt lie pleased to see oor friends and the public generally. We would especially invite the friends and customers of the, late firm of SMITH, RHODES A CO. We will endeavor to keep a full and attractive stock of goods, and hope by strict attention to hn*inc.« to merit a share of the public patronage. CLAIBORNE WATKINS, formerly With Smith, Rhodes A Co, April 21, is«i. o. l. Cottrell. rpo T1IE PUBLIC. I have this day made a business arrangement with Me-sra. WATKINS. CoTTKELL A CO., and would re spectfully solicit the patronage of my friends and tin customers of the late firm of RHODES, WILSON ft HURT. From my long experience In the Hardware trade, I feel confident that I can give entire satisfaction to all who may favor me with a call. Respectfully apM-f W. 8. HURT Dissolution*—nw oosputainiifp ben tofore existing between Hondurant, Elliott A ■lilelds, proprietors of the Richmond Witte, s'ul Jeorge P. Evans, under the name and style of GEoKGK i*. EVANS A f'O., engaged in the Book nd Job [’rinting buainess, la this day DISSOLVED l«* ton ual consent, George p, Evans retiring All claim igainst the said firm will be presented to Bondntant, illiott A Shields, and all debt- due will he paid to hem. BONDIIRANT. ELLIOTT A SHIELDS, GEORGE P. EVANS. March 17, 1S6«. The WHIG BooK AND J"B PRINTING OFFICE will >e continued as heretofore, under the exclusive con rol and management of the ‘k*' u'u inh'jl-tf BON DU RANT, ELLIOTT A SHIELDS TMIE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE I existing between the nndersigned, under the style <fj B FER'iUM’.V, BROTHER A CO, and carrying in business as dry gods merchants, U thl.daydis wived by mutual consent. Either partner will sign bpthefiriu in liquidation : and parties indebted ato terebr requested to make settlement as early as pos ihle/ Odlc* With W. G. Ferguson A Co., at No. 0 •earl for Fourteenth) street. J. B FERGUSON. Jr.. W. If. FERGUSON, J. M NOWLIN. R|i HKo.vn, Va., Kill March, ISM. tnh20-end2w || E M 0 y A L . COSBY, PUGH A <0., OBACCO AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERUHANTK AN1) FORWAPlDINO AGENTS, Have removed to Thirteenth street, between M.tiu id Cary, and w<ll give their undivided attention totlo de of MABUKACTCRRh axp Lrak Tobacco, Wheat, lour, Corn, and every variety of country produce, and ispectfnlly solicit the patronage of their friends and le public. _ _ apllt_ 3ARK CHEMICALS.—Catfeiue, Atropine, . V Dlgatalinu, Conloe, Acouillse, Cubebine, Beberine, intonine, French Pepsin, Brgotln, Pipeline, Ciucho ine, Sulicine, Ac., Ac. For sale by A. BODKKBR A BROTHER, mhtMt Druggists, Main at., near Old Market. ir AC KEREL.--150 kitn Nos. 1 anil 2 VI MACKEREL, juat received and fog aale. mhtWf A. Y. STOKES A CO. /