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VOLUME 75. _RICHMOND, VA., SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1866 . -nrmnro
RICHMOND WHIG.
DAILY AND SEMI-WEEKLY.
WHIG BCILDINO, CORNER GOVERNOR AND FRANK
LIN STREETS.
TERMS:
DAILY—One r»ar.....*10 "0
Six Month*. 5 <«>
** One Month. 1 "•
S. SMI-WEEKLY-One Year. * «•
11 11 Six Mouth*.... 3
ADVERTISEMENTS—SxtkhTT-fivi Cairru per Square
| of Sight line*, for each of the 8r*t two ln*ertioua, with
a liberal discount when continued longer.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
t1 \V. KIUIAKDSU.N,
I”e ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT UW,
Ha* resumed hi* professional pursuit*. Bo will
practice in ail the Conrt* of the eily oi Richmond, and
of the counties of Henrico and Hanorer. Take case*
In any District Court of Appeal* where the inducement*
offered are suMcient. Attend to the investigation of
title* and collection of claim* of every description, and
give special attention to cases in the Supreme Court of
Appeal* of Virginia.
When not at Conrt, he may he found at hi* residence, j
Oakland, Hanover, eight utile* from Richmond, two
from Mechaniesvillo, and fourteen from Hanover Court
Houao. Addre** Richmond, Ya., Box tH»>. nihln—I*
IJJSNKy A. WISE, Sr.,
Will practi*e law in the Court* of Richmond and Uen- ;
rico, generally, and In erimtnal case* In the Court* of
other cute* a.'id conntie* couvoment. when »pecially I
employed He can always be found at the nice of i
+ Danner A W!*«. In the Law Building*. Richmond, or at
the house of Mr*. Pulliam, in Manchester,
jaa.to-dm ___
K. FAKK A K,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will attend the Court* of Amelia, Princo Edward, Xot
toway, Cumberland and Powhatan. Particular atten
tion given to the collection of Claim*.
Addreaw—sietoravitle, Amelia. nov2--Sm
o. «. nai*woiii, | i. a. uinwotn.
I'y R1SWOLD & GRISWOLD,
t Ijr
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
aiCHHoxo, viuotaiA,
Have removed their otilce to Mrnluil *treot, between
Eighth and Ninth street*. Praciice taeaU the Court* of
the City of Richmond and counties of Henrico and Han
over, and the Circuit Court* of B>*ex and King and
Queen. OCtA—Cm
0ASMON .■* COl KI NKY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Practices in all the Court* of the city of Richmond and
countv of Henrico.
office in the Whig Building. au-C-ly
BARKSDALE, Jr.,
* attorney at law,
HALIFAX COrRT H0r*n, VA.
COURTS—Halifax and Pittsylvania, and the Circuit
Court* of' Cauiphel i and Danville. »epiS—ly I
nW. D. WOOTTUN,
fCTTORNET AT LAW, AND NOTARY PUBLIC
For Richmond and Meurico county,
COLLRCTOR OF CLAIMS,
Offer* his professional service* to the people generally
al home Nod abroad
9t£‘ Mtflfv -M<«nlic#Uo Uou»e,oo M.tiu *trvet, a f«*v
doorv St. Charts HuUl. jy'is—Jy |
U. UUUUnblUN,
yy • ATTORNEY AT LAW.;
Hovuuriui, Ai.bemaklb Cocxty, Va.
Attend'- the Court* in the counties of Buckingham, J
Nelson and Albemarle, and pay* special attention to
eolleetins and '(•curing claim* in those counties, and
the c unty of Fluvanna and city of Lynchburg.
Refer to Bondurant, Elliott A Shield*, proprietors ot
the Wing. novas—ly
EO. C. CABELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will practice In all the Court* of Pltt-vlvanla, Halifax
and Henry counties, and the Circuit and Hustings
Court of Danville.
AJr.'**—Danville. Va. _antT-ly
J_£LN£Y ill ON ALL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Special attention given to Conveyancing and Kxami- ,
nation if Title*.
Office on Governor street, over late Examiner office. 1
—lyl_
JOHN A. COKE,
attorney at law AND NOTARY PUBLIC, j
aiCUAoXO, VA.,
Will practice in all the Court* of Richmond city and
the counties of Henrico and Hanover.
Orru-K in Law Building. Franklin street. sep2«—ly
pAW NOTICE.
JAMES PLEASANTS,
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND COMMISSIONER IN
CHANCERY.
For the Circuit and Hustings Court* of the City 01 )
Richmond and County Court of Henrico.
(flee in the Law ttnildmg, Richmond, Va
Practice* in all the Court* at Richmond, and Collect
Claim* In the adjoining counties. oolS—ly |
BOBUBT OF ID. ISAAC U OABUtXUTOX.
QLiLl) A CARRINGTON,
ATTORNEYS at LAW.
Will practice in all the Court* of the elty of Richmond
Office on Governor street, near Broad street. faul—ly
jpROFESSJONAL NOTICE.
WOOD BOULDIN and WOOD BoCLDIN, Ja., will at
tend as partners all the Conrts of Charlotte and Meek
linburg counties.
WOOD BoCLDIN will attend also the Court* of Hall
fox conntv and the Supreme Court of Appeal* al Rich
Bond
Wood Bofldix, Ja., I WoonBoriDix,
Boydton, V» Talcott P. O.,
get*_tf I Charlotte co.
pEACllY R. GRATTAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office on ea*t side of Twefth, at the end of Capitol
itreet, near the Governor’s House. sepJA--ly
AtXX *. HOT LADAT. SAUFEI T. BATH. CIUTAI1 WU1TB.
HOLLADAY, BAYLY A WHITE, AT
TORNEYS AT LAW, Richmond. Va., practice tn
all the Court* of Ike city of Richmond, and the conn
tie* of Henrico, Hanover, Caroline, Goochland and
Louisa. SAMUEL T. BAYLY.
Notarv Public.
CHASTAIN WHITE has an offieeat Ashland, Hanover
eonnty. Va
office tn law Knlfding Richmond oct27—ly
toVMTii boubbt*. c. a. BoBixeox.
Of the late firm of Mseforland A Roberts.
DOBKRTS A ROBINSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OtHce No. 71 Main street,
RICHMOND, VIRUINIA ,
Will attend to legal business entrusted to them in
Virginia and Washington, D. C. au2A—Ir
rJMiOMAS F. GOODE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
BOTDTON. MECKLENBURG CtXJNTY, VA.
COURTS—Mecklenburg, Lunenburg and Brunswick.
[au26—ly J
^TM. W. HENRY,
attormit at law,
craulottk cocut H--r*K, va.,
Atteods the Courts of Charlotte, Prince Edward and
Halifax. _ ..!■ l*
nKNJAMlH W. rUQRT,
attorney at law,
RICHMOND, VA.
Co rum—Elchin end, Amelia, Powhatan and Chester
OMce on Franklin, between Serenth and Eighth
•treet*. Address Box 27*. norll- dm
| M. DAVIDSONt
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. JCanosi.ai.ir Sr.NEW ORLEANS.
t«mi to
Walter 0. Robinson, President of the Mechanics and
Traders’Bank. New Orleans; Thos. Adams, Presi
dent Crescent Mutual InsnrunceCompanr, New Orleans ;
Alfred Poun, Pirardeot Union Bauk. New Orleaus;
Charles Briggs, President Louiaisna Mutual Insurance
•Companv, New Orleans; Hon. Jqo. A.- J. CressWelt.
Washington, l». C. Ed. D. Christian, Attorney at Law,
Lynchburg, Vu. uovSA-ly
ISAAC R. WATKINS,
attorney at law,
Ckakiottk Corxr Horan,
Virginia.
CoraTe.—charlotte, Prince Edward and Lunenburg
daalb «m_ _ __
D~ K. JOHN MAUONY,
SURGEON DENTIST.
(For many year* associated with Dr. John U. Wayt.)
woeld respectfully Inform hi* old patrons, and ail
others who may need Li* service*, that in cuase
anence of the destruction of his oMce by the great
fire he has opened an odtee at hie residence on Fourth
street between Broad and Marshall, where he cam he
found at all hoar*. Artificial Teeth Inserted on gold,
eilvet and vulcanite. The highest price paid for old
Oold Plate.__a|3t-d»
jpREDERICK N. FLEMING,
attorney at law,
Goocilasd Cockt Hocsk,
__t VIRGINIA._
Dr. r. t. colkman,
OrrtcK, UNDER ROW, FkasklIS STKKKT.
Third Door above Second Street.
_*" '__
Dental card.
Dr. R. N. HUDSON
Ha* resumed the pruetis* of DENTISTRY, and may he
found at hU OAse, on Main street, opposite the Arllnf
leu Hoaae- * .o *** *»
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
Dr. f. DAvrsoy,
surgeon dentist. *3311
Office end residence on JUiu el reel, between
' Eleventh and Twelfth, jn-t below the National Ex
change Bank, where he i- better prepared than ever to
I give hi- patrons the fall benefit of lit- profession. He
will exchange new Teeth on the improved ba-e for old
sets of Gold. All work warranted for at lea-t five
years. Those requiring his servt-e- need not neglect
their teeth, as he will accommodate hiatsell |o their
circumstances aud the times. Patient* from the coun
try can hoard with him at his residence, without charge,
white haring work done. mh'_'" t'in
j^jR. W. W. PARKKK
BAS BgsrUBD THR
PRACTICE OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY.
Orricu: Corner of Broad aud Tenth streets, op
posite Cut Hall. oetlti-ly
S N T A L MtTICK.
JOHN G. WATT, Dentist, having recovered his
health, has rt-uuied the practice of DENTISTRY in
RlchmonJ, and respectfully otfers hi- services to his
old friends and padents, and all others who may need
•hem.
Office and residence south side of Grace, between
Seventh and Eighth streets, where be may he found at
alt hour-. novg»--ly*
nR. CUARLES S. MILLS
Ha- re-nm-’d the practice of hi* profession In the
city of Richmond. Office. Twelfth, between Broad and
Marshall street*. octA—ly
METALS AND MINERALS.—Persons Wish
ing information respecting the MINERAL WEALTH
OF THE STATE, can obtain full particulars by calling
upon Dr. E. H. GRANT, at Richmond. -novS—tf
EXPRESS COMPANIES.
rjpHE NATIONAL EXPRESS AND TRANS
PORTATION COMPANY.
OFFICE:
Mai* SrBKKT, BKTWSKX ThIUTSEXTH ASD FOCBTBBXTB
Streets,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
Are now prepared to forward Currency, Coin, Valua
bles, and Freight, to point*
NORTH,
SOUTH,
EAST and
WEST.
The Tariff of Charges Is based upon fair bnsines*
principles, withont being oppressive to the public.
G<hkIs -hipped Iroin the North by steamships, and
marked to the care of the National Expres* and Trans
portation Company, will be promptly forwarded to dos- '
tiuallon, FREE OF CHARGE, for Commission or Dray
age.
Goods called for W1TB00T CBAAUS and promptly for
warded.
All deeired information In regard to the extent of the
lines operated by thi- Company, furnished at any of it*
agencies on application.
J. E. JOHNSTON, President.
J. D. MBODEN,
General Superintendent. decl3—tf
PERIODICALS, &c.
^RITISU PERIODICALS.
PREMIUMS TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS!
THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW (Conserva
tive).
THE EDINBURGH REVIEW iWhlg).
THE WESTMI.N-TKR REVIEW (Radical).
THE NORTH BRITISH KEV.KW (Free Church).
TERMS FOR l$tw.
For any cue of the Reviews.$4 00 per annum.
For any two of the Review*. 7 00 “
For anv three of the Review*.in 00 •*
For all four of the Review*.12 00 “
For Blackwood'* Magazine.,. 4 00 , “
For Blackwood and one Review. 7 00 **
Far Black Wood and any two of I he Re
view*. 10 00 °
For Blackwood and three of the Re
view*. 13 00 M
For Blackwood ami the lour Review*. .15 00 "
The interest of these periodical* to American readers
i* rath- r incr. used than diminished by the article* they
contain on our late civil war, and, though sometime*
tinged with prejudice, they may still, considering thetr
great ability and the different eland-point* from which
they arc written, be read and studied wilhadvantago by
the people of thi* country, of every creed and party.
PREMIUMS TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS.
Sew subscribers to any two of the above periodicals
for IsMi, will be entitled'to receive, gratis, any one of
the •• Four Review* " for 1865. New subscriber* to all
live of the Periodicals for 1866, will receive, gratis, any
two of the “ Four Reviews " for 1885.
Subscribers may also obtain back nnmber* at the fol
lowing reduced rates, viz :
Blackwood from September, IS84, to December, 1583,
Inclusive, at the rate of 82 30 a year
The North British from January, 1383, to December,
1885, inclusive : the Edinburgh aud the Westminster
from April, 1>*>4, to December, 1*85, inclusive, and the
London Quarterly for the year 1365, at the rate of $1 50
a year for each or any Review,
' A few copies yet remain of all the Four Review*
for 1*83 at 84 a set, or 81 5t> for any one.
LKnNARD SCOTT & CO.,
Publisher*, 38 Walker street,
New Votk.
L. S. A Co. al*o publish the
FARMERS GUIDE.
By Hexst Stephens, of Edinburgh, and the late J. P.
Noetox, of Yale College. Two volumes royal octavo,
1,600pages, and numerous Engravings.
Price 87 fur the two Volumes ; by mail, post-paid. 83.
dec‘22-tf _
riMIK RICHMOND MEDICAL JOURNAL,
L RICHMOND, VIRl»IN 1A.—This Journal will be
published as a Monthly Octavo of 80 page*, the Jauuary
nnmber being issued early in December.
A respectable number ot' the best writers In this
country have promised their support, (an ostentatious
display of names is avoided.) and a* the Editor* otter to
pay liberally torartlcles.lt t« hoped that the original
department of the Journal will bb entitled to respect
and conttdence.
The pages of the Jonmal will he devoted to Original
Articles, Foreign aud Domestic Correspondence, a Re
trospect of .Medicine and snrg- ry during the late war,
an Eclectic De|.anmeiit, (which will be a chief feature of
lb-' Journal,) Report* ofSocl-tles, Associations, Hospi
,al* and Clinical Lectures, Reviews and Bibliographi
cal Notice*, MeJical News, Editorials, Miscellaneous
Matter, Ac.
Withont making special promises, the Editor* will
endeavor to make this Journal acceptable to it* sup
porter*.
Term*—Five Dollars yearly, if paid in advance, or
before the expiration of the third month after the date
of subscription ; if paid after thi* period, Ten Dollar*
per annum. :
AdT«»rt!*t'iii*nt* will b*» in«orted on the most liberal
term*, and as there are no Medical Journals now pub
lished in the Southern States, advertiser* will enjoy
peculiar advantage*.
E. S. GAILLAKD M P . Richmond, Ya.
W S. McCHESNEY, M. D., Staunton, Ya.
Editor* and Publishers.
All letter* In relation to the literary or business in
terest* of the Journal will be addressed to Dr. B. 8.
GatLl.aan, Box IW, Richmond, Ya. novl7-tf
STOVES. TIN-WARE, &c.
CTOVKS, TINWARE,
O Ut'UsE FURNISHING G00PS. Ac.
GREGORY BROTHERS
Hare removed trom ttieir oiu »iami ai »siu renu.. -
Hall, Franklin street, to their splendid new store. No.
Main street, between 14th and 15th. where they will
keep constantly on hand a large assortment of Parlor,
office and Cooking Stoves, sach a> the celebrated Arbi
ter, Sheppard. Ida. Morning and Evening Star, Monitor
Kip Kap. Hank Baker, Commodore Chatter Cktk and
others, loo numerous to mention.
ALSO,
A large assortment of Fairbanks Scales, House Furn
ishing artic.es, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Hard
ware, Ac.
Thankful for the past patronage, we hope, by being
prompt in businees, a continuance of the same.
GREGORY BROTHERS,
87, Main street, between 14th and 15th,
JanSf Richmond, Va.
nrk HAVE JUST RECEIVED afiieuaME
|| ment of
REFRIGERATORS,
WATER-COOLERS,
TOILET SETS,
HIP and SPONGE BATHS,
FEATHER DUSTERS,
And Old Dominion COFFEE POTS,
Besides many other articles in our line, which we are
prepared to sell low. Call and examine.
GREGORY BROTHERS,
mh24t 87 Main street,
PIANOS, &c.
'pilK PIANO FORTE Bl’SI- ^
l —Th«* !»nb$crib*‘r>» have hr»v»n^B«i
in th* Plano Vort« bu^ii*** for! W
m**r* than twenty year*, during which • • * » •
time thev h*T* sold upward *1 HKTEE2i UUNDKBL*
INSTRUMENTS t.. persons in Virginia and adjoining I
States, some of whom were families of the mo,i reBned
and cultivated musical taste.
The established character of the instruments they of
fer is n- w so llrm that all wh» de-ire to purcha-e may
feel entirelv a-sured of getting a g»*d article.
Thev invite an inspection of ibe insitumeute now in
<t,,r“ 7 WOODH0USE A PARHAM,
Booksellers and Stationers,
mU1 s*T Governor street, near Main,
daguerrean galleries.
HOME AGAIN.—For seven months past I
have bad no business, having lost my gallery and
nearly my ail by the great Are on the .Id of April. 1
hare the pleasure now to announce to
the public that I have once more a GALLERY, located
on the coruer of Ninth and Main streets, with an en
trance on Main (through' iY. D. Cooke's, bookstore) and
aiso on Ninth street, lam supplied with entirely new
and the most improved apparatus and stock, and have
secured the services at T. Jefferson Nirumo. •• to the
manor bom,” who has had over fffteen years' expe
rience. , A. . A
As in the past, so in the rutuie, I promise my patrons
good and satisfactory work.
f Q. W MI SKIS. Photograph!.*,
oetS7-ly Corner Main and Ninth streets.
SAUCES. PICKLES, Ac.
OAUCES, JELLIES, PICKLES, 4c.
12 do.. Worcestershire Sauce
i S doi. Royal Osborne Sauce
8 dor. C A B's Soho Sauce
\ 8 do*. Currant Jelly
8 do*. Cupres Capuduea
it do*. Olive* Verdaies
6 d»*. assorted Pickle*
Preserved Ginger, Pine Apple Cheese, Ac.,
selling low DANDRIDGK a ANDERS
Jaw4-tf * -
CHEESE ’ CHUBB 11—25 boxes strictly
prime CHEESE, just received and for sale.
I mh34T A. Y STOKES* CO.
IKON WORKS.
TOTTJENGER s KDMOND,
Established i> October, ISfio,
Manufacturers o!
Portable and Stationary
ENGINES and SAW MILLS.
MILL WORK.
CASTINGS of all kinds,
TOBACCO FIXTURES and
RAILROAD WORK,
Cart stebet (below Fifteenth),
_dec16—dtx RICHMOND, Va._
ATI.CAN IKON WORKS,
V Comer Bvbd and Sixth Streets,
RICHMOND, VA.
We are prepared to furnish, at short notice, BOLTS,
NUTS and WASHERS, all sizes ; SCREWS for Cotton,
Tobacco and Cider Presses, FLATTENING MILLS and
FACTORY KIXTUKBS generally; IKON GRATINGS,
Wrought and Cuat'lrou FENCES, VaKAXDAHS, Ac., of
every variety; FORGINGS aud MACHINERY of all
kinds . . .
Repairing done on most reasonable terms and with
despatch.
Special attention is called to our Improved SMOKING
TOBACCO CUTTER, which, for its durability and econ
omy iu working, is superior to any now iu use.
ARCHER & GOODWIN,
mh2Sf Postolfice Box No. 927
JgAGLE MACHINE WORKS
RE-ESTABLISHED.
CO-PARTNERSHIP.
The undersigned have formed a Co-partnership under
the name and style of
KAHL A B A H M ,
To conduct a
GKNBRAL FOUNDRY AND MACHINE BUSINESS,
At their newly fitted up establishment, the
EAGLE MACHINE WORKS,
Corner of Nixth axd Caxal Streets,
(South side of Basin,)
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
Are now prepared to mannfactnre
STATIONARY and PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES
Of any required power.
ALSO,
SAW and GRIST MILLS,
MILL GEARINGS,
STEAM BOILERS,
BRASS and
IRON CASTINGS,
FORG1NG8, and
MACHINERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Having obtained most of the patterns of the late Mr.
Philip Kahm, we can build new aud repair old Machine
ry with great facility ; and, being supplied with the
most labor-saving tools, we can favorably 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. Rabin's
EAGLE MACHINE WORKS.
ADOLPHUS J. RAHM,
Son of the late P. Kahm, aided by
F. KAHL,
Has conducted the business of his father since his
death, in January, 1SIS2, until the Are in April, 1SG6,
when the works were destroyed.
We assure the public that anv work entrusted to us
will be carried out on the most'scientific and practical
plan, combining simplicity with efficiency, and econo
my with durability. '
A* puccessor* to the late Mr. P. Kahm, of the Eade
Machine Works, on Cary street, Richmond, Virginia,
we solicit a continuance'of the liberal patronage here
tofore enjoyed by that establishment from it“ friends
and the public generally.
FRANK KAHL,
fetcjl-tf A. J RAHM.
METROPOLITAN WORKS,
Corner of Seventh and Canal Streets.
Having supplied ourselves with the necessary pat
terns, we are prepared to execute, at short notice,
orders for
EVERY DESCRIPTION
OF CASTINGS,
BRASS or IRON,
Say
IKON FRONTS, FOR STOKES AND WAREHODSES ;
CASTINGS FOR RAILROADS, all kinds :
CASTINGS FOR MILLS AND MACHINERY GENE
RALLY ;
WAGON AXLES COMPLETE, with Boxes;
SASH WEIGHTS,
GRATE BARS,
Ac., Ac.
ENGINES AND MACHINERY
Of all kinds repaired in the best mannerand with quick
despatch.
*£T SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. JV*
We would call particular attention to our facilities
for manufacturing and repairing
TOBACCO PRESSES. FLATTENING MILLS, Ac.
Having done a considerable quantity of this descrip
tion of work recently, our stock of patterns is veiy
complete.
All the Wrought ami Cast Iron Work forthe “ HOWE
TRUSS" and other Bridges supplied, including the
l..ng, heavy Bolts, complete, with Nuts, Angle Blocks
Washers, Ac.
Wroug hi Iron and Wooden TKUVKS, for Railroads,
fitted tip complete, with Wheels and Axles, Springs, Ac.
Having erected a commodious Smith-Shop, we are
prepared to do Rlacksmiths’ Work of ail kinds, inclu
ding WKGCGHT-IRON GRATINGS, for Dwellings,
Warehouses, Ac.
For the quality of the IRON and BRASS WORK sup
plied at this establishment, we respectfully beg leave
to refer to Charles Campbell, Esq , Superintendent City
Gas Works, and the officers of the James River and Kana
wha Canal,as welt as the Superintendents, Engineer*and
Master-Machinists of the several Railroads leading from
this citv ; also, to Major E. T. D. Myers, Engineer Rich
mond, Fredericksburg and Potomac and Richmond and
Petersburg Railroads, and A. I.. Maxwell, Esq., Bridge
Builder, Macon, Georgia, for whom we have executed
large orders.
Since the admission, on 1st October last, of Mr. J. J.
Montague to an interest in our
SASH,
BLIND
and DOOR
Business, we have Increased and improved our Ma
chinery. and are now prepared to furnish with neatness
and despatch, at lowest cash prices. Sash, Blinds, Doors,
Mouldings, and Scroll Sawing.
We ask especial attention to our facilities for working
CIRCULAR MOULDINGS,
Of any site. Hard Wood Mouldings for Railway
Coaches, and Ornamental Sawiug of all kinds
Orders solicited. TANNER A EHBETS.
Highest cash prices paid for OLD IRON, BRASS, COP
PER. Ac. ja" 17 - tf
L>ENINSULAFl MACHINE WORKS,
MIDDLETOWN, DELAWARE*
Saw Mills and Shingle Machines
Iron and Brass Castings and Forgings of every de
scription, for Railroad and other purposes
Hand aud Cran'd Cars
Bolts and Nuta
Saw Arbors
Iron Railing
AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY,
of the latest and most improved patterns, including :
Threshing, Cl .-suing and Separating Machines
Reaping aud Mowing Machines
Horse Power*
Hand and Po'wer Corn Shellers
Hay, Sttaw and Fodder Cutters
Jersey Farm Wagons
Light Sprint; Wagons
Townsend1» 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 cne
hor-e plows or the ordinary cultivators.
Prompt attention paid to ail orders or enquiries by
mail. BUDD A SHARP.
J. Thos. Brnn, of Maryland,
Thos. R. Sharp, late of Columbia, South Carolina.
feWS-tf__
JOHN W. CARUWKI.L. | SAHfEL FRRKM.RV.
C1ARDWKLL & FREEDLEY,
) Manufacturers and Dealers in
AGRICULTURAL implements
And MACHINERY.
We are prepared to tnannfaetnre all kinds of Agri
cultural Implements and Machinery, snch as Plow-,
Cultivators, Corn Planters, Mower- and Reapers, Horse
Powers, Threshing Machines, Fanning Mills, Separa
tors, Ac., Ac.
*g"KEPAlKING will be promptly attended to on the
n»o-t reasonable terms at the
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT WORKS,
Corner Ninth and Cary streets.
*5T Highest price paid for OLD IRON, BRASS, COP
PER, Ac. _ mh3t
Flattening mills—
TOBACCO CUTTERS.
TOBACCO PRESSES,
And all kind- of FACTORY FIXTURES, made and re
paired by CARDWELL A FREEDLEY.
(Successors to John W Cardwell A Co.,)
Agricultural implement Works, 9th and Cary sts.
feb«~19m
MERCHANT TAILORS.
Tf _
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Main street, between Eighth and Ninth, has received his •
Spring stock of CLOTHS, CASS1MERES, VBSTINOS, to
which be call.- attention. The stock is large and con
tains the various weaves, colors and qualities pro- I
duced for the season by. the most celebrated makers.
Strength of color anil durability of fabric has been
his object in selection. Confident that his judgment
will be approved, he asks an examination, and, at the ;
same time, pledges the ST YLKft OF GARMENT shall be
satisfactory to ab) who order.
W. S. TUPMAN. for a long time in the clothing trade,
can he found at Mr. Doherty’s store, where he will be
pleased to show the stock, which he can recommend as
perfect in every partienlar. He also MAKES SHIRTS
TO ORDER, good in quality, low in price as possible,
aud a fit guaranteed.
^Malu street, between Eighth anil Ninth. inhlo-lm
JOHN LATOUCHE,
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
Franklin street, next to the comer of Fourteenth,
Haa now received and will keep constantly o* band a
choice assortment of goods suitable to the style* »»<*
season.
■N. B —As he sells exclusively for cash, be is enabled
to offer a first-class article at a low price. mhl3f
COMMISSION MEECHANT8.
p ARRETT, WILLIAMS & CO.,
PRODUCE ANDGBNERALCOMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Fkasklih, Below Goverhor Street,
Sell Leaf, Manufactured and Smoking Tobacco and Ci
gars, Grain, Flour and every description of Country
Produce.
50,000 SUPERIOR HAVANA CIGARS just received;
also, the following favorite brands of Smoking Tobac
co : Brown Dick, Lone Jack, Bob Lee, Pride of Virgi
nia, Zephyr Puff, Zarvona and Pit kinton's, Fruits and
Flowers, as well as common and low grades Prices
ruling from 2<> cents to $150. Any brand of Virginia
Chewing Tobacco furnished promptly and on the most
reasonable terms. mb Id-2 m
JOHN N. GORDON ft SON,
GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
And Dealers In
METAIA, ORINDSTONES, 4c.,
Fourteenth street, near Exchange Hotel,
Offer for sale English Refined, Hammered and Swedes
Iron, Horse-shoe Iron, Norway Nail Rods ; Band, Hoop
and Sheet Iron ; Plough Iron, from 7 to 12 inch ; Oral
and Half-round Iron, Horse Shoes; Iron Axles, 11 to
2* inch; Cut Nails, Tin Plate, various sizes; Block Tin,
Bar Lead, Spelter, Sheet Zinc,
BLISTERED STEEL,
CAST, SHEAR and GERMAN STEEL,
Square, ronnd and fiat.
CUBA SUGARS, in hogsheads and barrels
REFINED SUGARS, various grades
Kio, Laguayra and Old Government Java COFFEE
Gunpowder, Young Hyson 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 purposes, 4c., 4c. mhlf
«. 8. HARPER. H. B. TALIAFERRO. R. H. P. R0B1HS0H.
Harder, Taliaferro & co.,
(1EHERAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND PRODUCE BROKERS,
Dealers In GUANO, LIME. PLASTER and other FER
TILIZERS,
Foot op Sixth strret (oh the Cahal),
RICHMOND, VA.
4©" Special attention given to the purchase, sale or
shipment of TOBACCO, and all kinds of COUNTRY
PRODUCE and general MERCHANDISE, mh2--q
Daniel h. London, commissioner or
Deeds for most of the States and GENERAL COM
MISSION MERCHANT, Thirteenth street, Richmond,
Virginia, offers for sale a cargo of SALT Instore, very
valuable REAL ESTATE, and several of the celebrated
VIRGINIA SPRINGS. Particular attention paid to the
sale and purchase of all kinds of TOBACCO, and the
adjustment of CLAIMS agaiust merchants and others.
feb2-tljulyf _
1)ELL, SHEPHERD ft CO.,
) GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND GROCERS,
Basin Bank, between 9th and loth streets.
Solicit consignments of Country Produce, Lumber,
Wood, 4c.
To Builders, Contractors and others, we would say
that we are prepared to furnish BILL TIMBER, all
lengths, at short notice.
For sale, on consignment, Suporior Country Bacon,
Butter, Tallow, Dried Apples, Tobacco, 4c.
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-^yOOLFOLK. & T110RNLEY,
GENERAL COMMISSION AND LAND
AGENTS,
OFFER THEIR SERVICES FOR THR SAL* OF
LAND, CROPS OF CORN, WHEAT, TOBACCO, 4c.
ALSO,
Special attention given to procuring LABORERS, both
WHITE and COLORED, for this and the adjacent
Comities.
AI wavs have on hand for sale, on reasonable terms,
a largo number of tine FARM8, of all sixes and descrip
tion*, in this ami other States.
AJdro*s Bowling Green, Caroline comity, Virginia.
jan9-fim _ __
F~> REINS & SON,
i. GROCERS, COMMISSION AND
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Also, Dealers in
WOOD, COAL, HORSE 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 of
sales, they pledge to those who may favor them with
their patronage.
(^Office and Lnmber-honse between Ninth and
Tenth streets, on Cary street and Basin.
RICHARD REINS,
anm—If LUTHER K. REINS.
P. B. Scbt.ett.late of the firm of Powell it Snblett.
Pkter A. SrBi-KTT.Richmwud, Va.
I) B. & P. A. SUBLETT,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Offer their services for the sale of
TOBACCO, WHEAT, CORN, FLOUR,
and all kinds of
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Particnlar attention given to the purchase of merchan
dise, and orders promptly filled,
office on Thirteenth streot, near Cary. oct20--tf
X J. B1NEORJ) & SON,
* GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Corner’Thirteenth and Franklin street*,
RICHMOND, VA.,
Keep constantly on hand a choice supply of
FAMILY GR0CERI8,
WINES, BRANDIES,
WHISKEY, RUM, itc.,
which we are selling at wholesale and retail.
As Commission Merchants, we give particnlar atten
tion to the sale of Tobacco, Wheat, Corn and Country
Produce generally.
Prompt returns made.__eepSf
rrUIE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY
associated themselves under the style and firm of
FRENCH it CRENSHAW,
For the purpose of conducting the
GROCERY AND COMMISSION BUSINESS.
At their commodious and extensive Store-House, on the
corner of Main and Ninth streets.
They will keep on hand the most select and choice
stock of Orreries of every description, including
WINES,
LIQUORS,
TEAS, Sc.,
Which they will he prepared to sell upon the most rea
sonable terms. ... , . „
Personal attention will be given to the sale of all
COUNTRY PRODUCE and merchandise generally, con
signed to our House. _
8BTH BARTON FRENCH,
LEWIS D. CRENSHAW, Jr.
*§T Until the first of November, they can be found
at the Office of llaxall, Crenshaw S Co._OC123— tf
X>OOKER, KERR ft LYON,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Office corner lfilh and Franklin streets,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
Prompt attention given to sales of all kinds COUN
TRY PRODUCE. _ Jy-6—tf
j^ANBRIDGE & ANDERSON,
GROCERS A\D COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. ll>5 Broad Stbeet, Ricbboxd, Va.
_ „1. ... ,l.„ .....
terms, a large assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES anil
supplies. decl-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 round
from 9 till 4 o’clock, dally, and will be prepared to af
ford to all persons, white and colored, professional or
others, the best facilities for securing employment.
P**r*onH denirouK of employing labor, white or oIhc k,
clerical aid or other service, will find with us a registry
of persons desiring situations ; and all who are with
out employment are invited to call and register with
“'in onr business transactions we are determined to
"1w - a tislaction if earnest effort can accomplish it.
* »i» fkesi ibs.—Hon. Daniel C. Dejarnette, Caroline
coantv Alexander P. Abell, Monticello Bank, Char
lottesv i1 !* : Wm.C. Moncure, Sheriff of Henrico; Wil
son, Glaiebrook A Co., Richmond, Va.; and the mer
chants and business men of Richmond geuerally.
J. T. HENDERSON A CO.,
mh30-d2w P. 0. box 139.
VEHICLE MANUFACTURERS.
GTeORGE A. AIN’SLIE,
f ' Manufacturer and Dealer in
CARRIAGES,
Tenth Street, between Main A*n 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,
PHOTONS, COUPES, and
LIGHT ROCKAWAYS and BUGGIES
Of all kinds, to which the attention of those in want of
such articles Is Invited. mh22t
Sundries.
10 barrels gTeen PICKLES,
fi barrels white wine VINEGAR,
10 barrels MESS PORK,
300 prime sugar-cured HAMS,
100 boxes Adamantine CANDLES,
50 boxes family SOAP,
III store and for sale by
mhl2t GEORGE 1. HERRING A CO.
SUGAR AND COFFEE.
Prime Laguayra Coffee
Standard Crushed Sugar
Receiving and lor sale by
JOHN S. GORDON A SON,
Fourteenth street, near Exchange Hotel,
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T> E A S ! ! !
Fine GUNPOWDER and OOLONG TEAS, for tale
by JOHN N. GORDON A SON,
Fourteenth street, near Exchange Hotel.
inhidt___
COKE’S COMPOUND SYKIT of BUCHU
and Pareira Brava, just received. ^ niJifR,
mbaot _J07 Broad street.
Avery superior lot of English
Tooth BRUSHES, Combs, SOAPS, genuine im
ported handkerchief EXTRACTS, TuILET WATERS,
POMADES, COSMETICS, FANCY PIPES, Ac., for sale
bv R. W. POWERS,
feb24f Corner Main and Fifteenth streets.^
HERRINGS.—Fifty barrels prime HER
RINGS. for sale by
ROBERT P. WILLIAMS,
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BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL
JgALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL,
BALTIMORE; MD.
ESTABLISHED as a REFUGE from QUACKERY.
THE ONLY PLACE WHERE A CURE CAN BE
OBTAINED.
DR. 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, Im
potency, General Debility, Nervousness, Dyspepsia,
Languor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of
the Heart, Timidity, Trembling, Dimness of Sight or
Giddiness, Disease of the Hesd, Throat, Nose, or Skin,
Affections of the Liver, Lnngs, 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 moat 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 «f eli>quence, 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 upon his skill as a physician.
ORGANIC WEAKNES8
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 excesaes 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
serious and deal active symptoms of both body and mind
arise. The System becomes deranged, tho Physical and
Mental Functions Weakened, Loss of Procreative Pow
er, Nervous Irritability, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the
Heart, Indigestion, Constitutional Debility, and Wast
ing of the Frame, Cough, Consumption, Decay and
Death.
DR. JOHNSTON,
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London,
Graduate of one of the most eminent Colleges in the
United States, and the greater part of whose life has
been spent in the hospitals of London, Paris, Philadel
phia, and elsewhere, hue effected some of the most as
tonishing cures that were ever known ; many troubled
with ringing in the head and ears when asleep, great
nervousness, being alarmed at sudden sounds, bash
fulness, with frequent blushing, attended sometimes
with derangement of mind, were cured immediately.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. J. addresses all those who have injured them
selves by improper indulgence and solitary habits,
which ruin both body and mind, unfitting them for either
business, study, society, or marriage.
These are some of the sad and melancholy effects
produced by early habits of youth, via: Weakness of
Ihe Back and Liliths, Pains in the Head, Dimness ol
Sight, Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the
Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of
the Digestive Functions, General Debility, Symptoms of
Consumption, Ac.
Mentai.i.Y.—The fearful effects on the mind are much
to he dreaded. Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas,
Depression of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion to
Society, Self Distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, Ac.,
are some of the evils produced.
Thousands of persons of all ages can now jndge what
is the cause of their declining health, losing their vigor,
becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciatod, 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
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 he snatched from
all prospects and enjoyments of life by theconsequence
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 ; the prospect hourly darkens to the
view,the mind becomes shadowed with despairand tilled
with the melancholy reflection that the happiness of
another becomes blighted with our 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 num
ber.
No letters reieived unless postpaid and contain
ing a stamp to be used on the 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 cured at this establishment with
in the last twenty years, and the numerous important
Surgical Operations performed by I>r. Johnston, wit
nessed by the reporters of the Tlie Snn and many other
papers, notices of which have appeared again and again
before the public, besides his standing as a gentleman of
character and responsibility, is a sufficient guarantee to
the afflicted.
SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED.
JanlS-ly
INSURANCE COMPANIES.
UN DER A LIBERAL CHARTER from the
General Assembly of Virginia, passed February
2Sth, 1866, the
INSURANCE AND SAVINGS COMPANY OF
VIRGINIA
Is organized, with an authorized capital of *l,noo,noO.
PRINCIPA1 OFFICE AT RICHMOND.
OFFICERS OF THE COMPART.
DANIEL J. HARTSOOK, President.
IIAVIDJ. BURR Secretary.
B. C. WilEKKY, Jr., Assistant Secretary.
DIRECTORS.
Dariri. J. Hartsook, A. Y. Stores,
JohrEkders, David Currie,
W. B. Isaacs, George S. Palmer,
w11.i.iam (J. Paine, William G. Tavluk,
Joseph E. Claurtt, John C. Williams,
Samuel C. Tardv, John B. Davis.
This company offers all ihe inducements connected
with a Home Institution of undouhted abii.itv, and
will be prepared, by the 12th instant, to make insu
rances and issue policies upon Fire and Marine Risks.
Office on Main street, between Twelfth and Thir
teenth, over the United States Telegraph Office.
aplO-lm _ _ ______
jyjUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
Nstr Tom, i
Cash assets, Jnly 1st, 1S6S, • • *18,300,000 00,
Annual Income, In cash, - 8,600,000 60.
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 anl
annual income annualltdividrd amongst the in
sured.
Applications can be made to J. B. M.trMURDO, A
Bolling, Dr. J. B. McCaw, John if. Otet, P. F. How
ard. or E. B. Meade, with
n. F. BREF.KEE, General Agent.
Office—Franklin street, between 7th and 8th.
sepl4f
Tau twru nvb'rrF:
15 OF THE
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
Capital,.$1,000,000 00.
Surplus, ------- 600,000 00.
Annual income over ... 1,000,00* 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. Boi,f.rso, Jons M.
Otbt, P. F. Howakd, or E. B. Meade, with
O. F. BREESEE, General Agent,
Office Franklin street, between 7th and Sth.
sepl4—f
Montague & whitall,
(Late of the
Merchants' Insurance Company of Richmond,)
• I N S D R E
Property of all Kinds
In the most reliable Companies.
They also effect
Marine Insurance and Life Insurance.
Office: No. 231 Main street, )nat below the Spots
wood Hotel.anglti—If
NEWSPAPERS
npHE « SENTINEL,”
PUBLISHED DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY,
RALEIGH, N. C.
WM. E. PELL.Proprietor and State Printer.
EDITED BY
WM E. PELL a an SEATON GALES
THE SENTINEL is an Independent newspaper, a
warm supporter of the Union axd the Constitution, or
Andrew Johnson, oar magnanimous President, and bis
policy, and devoted eenecrally to the recuperailan and
prosperity of the South and of North Carolina.
It labor* to promot* harmonr, good feeling and wjaal
rights among all the States, but will rebuke all un
founded expresalons 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 papers appear in the SextixBL.
Its circulation Is believed to be equal to any in the
State, if not the largest. Its advertising patronage is
large'and growing.
The Dally and Weekly are now issued. The Semi
Weekly will appear in a short time.
TERMS:
Dally Sentinel, In advance, per year.<10 00
., » “ «months.8 on
Semi-Weekly, “ per year.5 on
,, •• " 6 months.2 Co
Weakly, “ Per .? 99
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SUPERIOR CHEWING TOBACCO
AND CIGARS.
10 kind* of superior Chewing Tobacco and Cigars
6 kinds of Bne Cigars
For sale by DANDRIDOR A ANDERSON,
Jan22-tf No. 100 Broad street. ^
HERRING’S COMP. EXT. COLOCYNTH,
Herring’s Ext. Uyoseyamna, Herring’s Ext. Bel
ladonna, Herring's Pul v. Turkey Rhubarb, for ase in
prescriptions and tor sale. J • BLUR,
rnhSof 107 Broad street.
RAILROADS. &c.
RICHMOND AND DANVILLE AND
PIEDMONT RAILROAD.
MAIL AND PASSENGER TRAIN
Leaves Richmond daily (except Sundays) at 7:40, A. M.
Arrives at Danville at 4:50, P. M.
Arrives at Greensboro' at S:20, P. M.
Leaves Greensboro’ dally (Sundays excepted) at 10:30,
P. M.
Leaves Danville daily at 5:45, A. M.
Arrives at Richmond at 3:16, P. M.
Trains connect at Burkevllle with Trains on the
Sonthslde Railroad for PArmvllle, Lynchburg, Bristol,
Knoxville, Dalton, Chattanooga, Memphis, he., he. ; at
Greensboro’ with Trains on the North Carolina Rail
road for lalisbarv, Charlotte, Morganton, Lincolnton,
Ac., Ac., N. C.; Chester, Winnsboro’, Colombia, Ac.,
Ac., 8. C. THOS. DODAMEAD,
mhSO-tf Superintendent.
RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG RAILROAD CO., >
Richmond, Ya., March 6, 1866. $
QI LANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after MONDAY, the 12th Instant, Trains upon
this road will run as follows:
Leave Manchester daily at 5:10 A. M., and at 4:25
P. M.
Returning, leave Petersburg dally, 6:25 A. M., and at
5:45 P. M.
The 5:10 A. M. Train from Manchester connects with
the Petersbnrg and Weldon Train for the Sooth, 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 10:45 A. M. it connects at Petersbnrg with
the Train for Norfolk E. H. GILL,
mhS-tf Engineer and Superintendent.
HM ON U^T^A N Yn,L^i^LROAD,
SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE,)
Richmond, Feb. 26, 1866. J
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS.
The honr np to which FltF.IOnT for this road will be
received at the Depot, in Manchester, is extended 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 bills, to have a flxed hour to stop receiving, notice
is hereby given that no freight will be received after
the hour named.
The Freight on goods for Danville and Greensboro*
may he paid at destination, at the option of the ship
pers, but the freight on all goods for way stations must
be prepuid.
Shippers will please pay their freight bills by four
o’clock, P. M. ; otherwise goods will not be sent for
ward. THOMASDODAMEAD,
mli5 Superintendent.
Great short route to the north.
EAST AND WEST, VIA THE RICHMOND,
FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC RAILROAD, CAR
RYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL TWICE DAILY.
The only Railroad route issuing through tickets and
through baggage checks from Richmond to the cities
North, East and West.
Trains on this road are now run as follows :
The Day Through Mail Train leaves Richmond dally
(Sundays 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 Mail Train leaves Richmond
dally at 8 P. M., arriving in Washington at 6 A.M.,
connecting with the early morning trains for the North,
East and West.
The Express and Freight train loaves Richmond
tri-weekly, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 6 A.
M., arriving in Washington at 6:.1n 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.
I |... ,1.1 , ,... I. U-... »
class, and U for second class passengers.
The Aecomrnodstion Train between Richmond and
Milford leaves Richmond at 8:30 P. M., arriving at Mil
I'onl at 6 P. M.
t Through Tickets and Through Baggage Checks to
Alexandria, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
New York, Boston and all the principal cities in the
We-t.
For further information and through tickets, applv
at the office of the company, corner Broad and Eighth
streets, Shockoe Hill.
J. B. GENTRY,
General Ticket Agent.
SAMnF.f. RUTH, Superintendent.febl-tt
poll LYNCHBURG.
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RICHMOND AND DANVILLE AND BOUTHS1DE RAIL
ROADS.
Passenger Trains leave Richmond dallv fexcept Sun
day) at 7:40 A. M.
THROUGH TICKETS.
First class, six dollars; second clasR, live dollars;
children between the ages of six and twelve years,
half first-class rales.
The bridges on the Sonthstde road having been re
built, this line is •
NOW OPEN WITHOUT INTERRUPTION TO LYNCH
BURG.
Passengers leave Richmond at 7:40 A. M., and arrive
in Lynchburg at 6 P. M.
Trains connect at Lynchburg with trains on the Vir
ginia and Tennessee railroad.
J. H. LESTBR,
Ticket Agent Richmond and Danville Railroad.
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JJIOllMOND AND DANVILLE RAILROAD.
CHANGE OFISCHEDULE.
On and after TUESDAY, December 12th, the PASSEN
GER TRAIN on this road will run as follows:
Leave Richmond daily, Sundays excepted, 7:40 A. M.
Arrive al Danville, 5:10 P. M.
Leave Danville dally, Sundays exceptod, 5:30 A. M.
Arrive in Richmond, 3:15 P. M.
Trains connect at Burkeville withtrains on theSeuth
sidc Railroad for Lynchburg, and at Danville with the
trains on the Piedmont Railroad, for Greensboro' Char
lotte, Ac. TIIOS. I)(U)A MEAD, Superintendent.
decl2—tf _ _ _
OFFICE RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG
RAILROAD COMPANY,
Richmond, Va., March 23, 1866.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. 55
On and after this date all freights for shipment over
this road must be at Manchester Crossing by 3 o’clock
P. M.
No Freight will he received after that hour.
J. H. WOODCOCK,
mh23-tf General Freight Agent.
Office Richmond and Petekhbcmu E. R Co., i
Richmond, January 3,1866. S
ON AND AFTER THE 7TH OFREjB
JANUARY, 1866, the Sunday Evenlngfffr'fg
Passenger Trains will run on this road as heretofore,
leaving Manchester at 3:05 P. M. and leaving Pocahon
tas at 5:10 P. M., arriving at Manchester at 7 P. M.
E. H. GILL,
Jan4-tf Engineer and Superintendent.
LUMBER, CEMENT, &c.
T~UMBER AND CEMENT.
WILSON, GLAZEBROOK & CO.,
LUMBER DEALERS,
Have ou baud and offer for sale a fnll assortment of
SEASONED and UNSEASONED YELLOW and WHITE
PINE—
60,000 feet 1|, 1J ;nd 2-luch Yellow Pine
60.000 feet Scantling and Joist, assorted size*
20.000 feet Garden Kails
60.000 feet Nova Scotia Pine, varions sizes
30.000 feet 1-Inch White Pine Boards
LATHS, SHINGLES AND OAK POSTS.
We are prepared to famish BILL TIMBER in any
quantities, at the shortest notice and at low prices.
We are the agents of Locher'e celebrated James river
CEMENT, weighing 3u0 pounds to the barrel, and bare
now on hand a fall supply, which we offer for sale, and
guarantee each barrel sound. janS—tf
GUANO.
Gu'AM), GUANO, GUANO.—No. 1 Pe
ruvian, as imported; Ammoniated Phnsph.tic
Guano; Bone Dust, Fish Guano.—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 preterit to ail other fertilizers, and by
Professors Liebig, of Baltimore, and Kraft, of New
York. It contains eight per cent of ammonia, and its
quality U gutranteed to be uniform. It Is shipped in
barrels and is finely comminuted, and perfectly dry.—
Price t7o per ton. Send for acircular. For sale in quan
tities to 6uit by _,
ATKINSON, TEN EYCK A CO.,
General Agents for Virginia.
Main street, second door above Eighth,
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M YNIPULATEI) GUANO.—THE JAMES
RIVER MANUFACTURING COMPANY having
prorated a supply of Peruvian Guano, of recent impor
tation, is now ready to deliver its preparation, first in
troduced in 1S60, and so favorably known as th JAMES
RIVER MANIPULATED GUANO.
The ton consists of one thousand ponnds 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,
mh2i>-2w* Agent.
TOIIN 1IARTZ, 405 BROAD STREET,
(t BETWEEN FOURTH AND FIFTH STREETS, baa
r-ceived a full supply of Ladies’ Dress Trimmings,
Fancy Goods and Perfnmeries. Also a line assortment
cf Siik Parasols, bilk and Linen Pane which will be
sold as cheap as the cheapest, and a little cheaper.
Please call and convince yourself of the fact.
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rp]IE CELEBRATED ROCK ISLAND CAS
1.SIMHRKS AND JEANS so well known throughout
ihe United States, are again offered for sale by the case
by PALMER, UAKTbOOK ft CO.
ap9-tf Libbv Buildings.
^ U N D rIk s .
London Porter, Scotch Ale, Table Claret, line London
Dock Brandy, line Sherry Wine, best brands Cham
pagne, Bnglisb, French and American Mustard, finest
Green and Black Teas, Worcestershire Sauce, English
Chow Chow, he., Ac., in store and for sale by
febfft_QEO. I. HERRING A CO.
WHISKEY ! WHISKEY I WHISKEY I
20 barrels low grade Whiskey
6 barrels superior old Rye whiskey
lo barrels Bourbon Whiskey
For sale low.
fehlldt FRENCH A CRENSHAW.
1 TONS LUMP PLASTER, just re
1*7* * celved and for sale by
mh29f __LEE A PETTYJOHN.
VIRGINIA WORM KILLER !—A pleasant
safe and certain remedy for Worms in Children.
For sale by druggists. Twenty-live cents a bottle.
STEAMBOATS, ±e.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP
COMPANY'S TROUGH UNB
TO CALIFORNIA,
Touching it
MEXICAN PORTS,
AND CARRYING TOR UNITED STATES MAIL.
THROUGH IN TWENTY TWO DAYS.
Steamships on the Connecting on thkPacipio
ATLANTIC: WITH THE
ARIZONA, COLORADA,
HENRY CHAUNCEY, CONSTITUTION,
NEW YORK, GOLDEN CITY,
OCEAN QUEEN, SACRAMENTO,
NORTHERN LIGHT, GOLDEN AGE,
COSTA RICO, MONTANA,
4c., 4c,
One of the above Urge and splendid Steamship* will
LEAVE PIER NO. 42, NORTH RIVER, foot of Canal
street, at 12 o'clock, noon, on the 1st, 11th and 21*t of
every month (except when those date* fall on Sunday,
and then on the preceding Saturday), for ASPINWALL,
connecting, vU Panama Railway, with one of tha
Company1# Steamship# from Panama for SAN FLAN
CISCO, touching at ACAPULCO.
Departure* of 1st and 214 connect at Panama with
ateamera for South Pacific and Central American
Port*. Those of l#t touch at Manzanillo.
A discount of one quarter from steamers’ rates al
lowed to second cabin and steerage passenger* with
famllie*. Also, an allowance of one quarter on
through rates to clergymen and their families, and
school teachers; soldiers having honorable discharges,
HALP FAKE.
One Hundred Pounds Baggage allowed each adult.
Baggage-master# accompany baggage through, and at
tend to ladies and children without male protectors.
Baggage received on the dock the day hefore sailing,
from steamboats, railroad#, and passenger* who prefer
to send down early.
An experienced surgeon on board. Medicine and At
tendance free.
For Passage Ticket* or farther information, apply at
the Company'# Ticket Office, on the wharf, foot of Canal
street, North River, New York.
mh2,-3m F. W. 0. BELLOWS, Agent.
JpOR NEW YORK.
ATLANTIC COAST
MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The splendid new side-wheel steamshlpe
HATTERAS,
Lewi* Parbirh, Commander ;
ALBEMARLE,
H. A. BorRNK,Commander:
Leave Richmond every TUESDAY and SATURDAY.
Feave New York WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
These ship# are entirely new, and were built ex
pressly for the route.
They have splendid saloon# and staterooms, and the
fare, accommodations and attention are unsurpassed.
Passage, meals amt state-rooms included, #1.1.
Goods shipped by this line are landed regularly al
New York, on the Company's covered pier, within
forty-eight hours.
Shipper* are invitfld to notice that the ^reat •l.tiii.iL.'G
and loss by handling and exposure from frequent re
shipping, as ou other lines, is avoided by this route.
Freights for points beyond New York will he fort
warded with despatch, and no charge made, except ac
tual expenses Incurred.
These ships discharge cargo in New York, at Pier No.
36, North River, and the Company'# steamer# for 'Vila
mington, N. C., Charlenton, Savannah, Mobile and New
Orleans, leave from the same pier. Good# for these
points can he transferred without expense orexposure.
Insurance is very low by these ship*.and the economy
in time, insnrance and condition in which good# are de
livered, makes this the cheapest route from Virginia.
Insurance effected at lowest rates when ordered.
AGENTS:
Samuel Ayres « Co., Richmond, Va.
Calwell A Dunn, City Point and Petersburg.
T. H. Webb. Norfolk, Va.
For freight or passage, apply to
SAMUEL AYRES & CO.. Agents,
*S" Office corner of Cary and Virginia streets, oppo
site the Tobacco Exchange.
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QFFICE OF '
WELLS, FARGO A CO.,
NEW YORK AND CALIFORNIA
EXPRESS AND EXCHANGE COMPANY,
No. SI Broadway, New York,
SHIPPERS OF FREIGHT
TO THE
PACIFIC COAST
Will please lake notice, lhat having been appointed
FREIGHT AGENTS OF THR PACIFIC MAIL 8TRAM.
SHIP COMPANY,
We are prepared to receive Freight for
CALIFORNIA, OREGON, NEVADA,
WASHINGTON TERRITORY,
SANDWICH ISLANDS,
CENTRAL AMERICA,
AXD
WESTERN COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA.
For rates apply at our office, No. SI Broadway, or
freight office on dock foot of Casinl street.
Steamers will sail 1st, litharid 21st of each month ;
those dates falling on SUNDAY, on preceding 8ATUK
DaY.
NO SLOW FREIGHT RECEIVED ON DAY OF SAIL
JUG
FREIGHT MUST BE DELIVERED ON DOCK FOOT
OF CANAI. STREET.
Hills of Lading will he issrnxl at No. SI Broadway.
Our usual Package Expre-- will bo sent by each
steamer AND WILL CLOSE AT 10 A. M. ON HAILING
DAY- .. „
our Letter Bags will close at 11:30 A. M. For cnnve.
nienco of our up-town customers a letter bag will L>*
kept at the Metropolitan Hotel and on the dock foot of
Canal *treel.
our FRANKED ENVELOPES will ho on sale at th*
office of the Hotel and at onr offices, No. SI Broadway
and Canal street dock.
All letters sent through us MUST BE IN GOVERN.
MENT ENVELOPES.
Hight Exchange on San Francisco for sale.
Telegraphic transfers of money made to all point*
reached by the wires on West Coast.
California Coupons bought at best rate*.
nov8-6m WELLS, FARGO At CO. j
BOOTS, SHOES, &c.
tyteW SPRING STOCK BOftTS AND
SHOES.—Just received our Spring Stock of
Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes,
Ladies’ Balmorals
Hisses' Calf Balmorals
Boys’ and Youths’ Fine Balmorals
Children's Fine Polish Balmoral*. -
Our stock is very large and well suited to the trade j
and the attention of our customers is solicited, assuring
them that we can sell them good Boots and Shoes a*
low as they can ho had in this or any other city.
PUTNEY At WATTS,
n,h21t Donoan's I'.uil,Uni;, Governor-t.
nooiS AND SHOES.
We have received, on consignment, the fol-» B^s
lowing BOOTS and SHOES, which will be sold
at invoice prices—first cost:
Man's Kin If Ilni'uri in HnofM. nrifllf*
Men’s Grain Cavalry Boots, long lego,
ladles' Kid double-sole Balmorals,
Ladies’ Goat do.,
Ladies' Morocco do.,
Ladies’ Hum Overshoes,
Childrens Goat and Melalic tipp-d Boots,
Childrens Goat mock-welt Boots,
Infants Kid Boots.
ALSO,
One Case Men’s Calf W. P, tap-sole Boots.
jau27f GARDNER A CARLTON.
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REMOVALS.
JVUPUy a; Alt KINNEY,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Hare removed their otBce to the new hailding at the
lower end of the Basin, immediately opposite the tol)
house. They conrlnne the sate of Tobacco, Flour)
Wheat, Corn, Ac., and trusl from long experience to he
able to give satisfaction to all who may patronize them;
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REMOVAL.
E. G. JAMES & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Hare removed to their large new store, south side of
Cary street, third door from Thirteenth street.
They hare now in store—
Extra and superfine Virginia Floor
Superior old Kentucky Rye Whiskey
Extra quality French Brandy
Scupperoong Wine
Soused Pigs Feet
Canrased flams ,
Also, a large lot of heavy staple Dry Goods, all of
which they offer for sale at the lowest market rates t.
close consignments. „„
They solicit consignments of all kinds of COUNTRY
PRoDGCE and MERCHANDISE, and are prepared t*
receive a Urge quantity <>f jaMF.S A CO.,
Cary street.
deelSMf 3d door from above Thirteenth street. |
Removal.
GARDNER A CARLTON
Have REMOVED to their new Store Building, No. 9,
on Fourteenth or Pearl street, »b«r.-they offer to the
trade a full and good assortment of BOOTb, SHOES and
HATS.____ JanlBf
Removal!—on the first of janu!
arv 1M6, we will remove ..ur business to Nos. 27P
and "Si’ Broadway, (up stalrs.l directly opposite A. T.
Stewart A Co. HALL. SoUTHWICK A CO.
y, B.—W# would call attention, in connection with
above notice of our removal, to our increased faciiitiee
for manufacturing Ladies’, Misses' and Children's Mi
chine Sewed Work of all kinds. dec22-8B1
j|E MOYA L.
C08BT, P0GH A CO.,
TOBACCO AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND FORWARDING AGENTS, .
Have removed to Thlrteenih street, between Mam
and Cary, and will give their undivided attentlouto the
s*l« of Mascracinnau asd Lear Toiacco, who
Flour, Corn, and .very variety of ecunlryprod«*■ » «
respectfully solicit the patronage of lb. ir frian^
the public
TjyATCHMAN’S TIME DETECTOR,
pPEorpoMtiotw^M^^^^X^Uo^l'Irf
apld-St • ____._n—
■R/T A.C KERKL^-l-''0 kits Nos. 1 and 2
STEAMBOATS, &c.
■yiRGINIA TO EUROPE
DIRECT.
FROM RICHMOND, PETERSBURG AND NORFOLK
TO LIVERPOOL.
The Splendid British Steam-hip
EPHESUS,
3,00» tons, Captain Wili.uk Ooi.lt.voe,
Will sail from Virginia for Liverpool direct,
ON OR ABOUT MAY 1ST.
AST Freight at low rate*.
A0" Advance* made on consignment* to onr friend-.
Por particular*, apply to
R. H. DIKKELL. Agent, Richmond.
CHIBVES A OSBORNE, Agent*, Petersburg.
WILLIAM LAMB, Agent, Norfolk.
Messrs. MacANDlfEWS A CO., Agents, Liverpool.
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INLAND RODTB, TIA CHESAPEAKE BAY AND Oi
NAL, THROUGH TO NEW YuKK.
THI OLD POWHATAX STEAMB' 'AT COMPANY '
The new and first class steamer* STATE OF MART*
LAND, PETERSBURG and STATE OF VIRGINIA, me
now receiving and forwarding merchandise ofa.d.
ecrlptlona from Richmond to Philadelphia, New York
and Boston, in connection with the CauaJ line •
dailv steamer* from Dultltnora.
1'Lese steamers leave Richmond every Monday, Wed
nesday and Saturday, for Baltimore.
Ootids shipped on those day* will be landed In N-w
York on the third day (hereafter. «
Shippers will take notice that go.-l* shipped hr thL
line do not go to -iu, blit are carried entirely three cl.
tKl.AKD, thus saving or,superseding the necessity of i
snrance against sm rtsk*.
The large size of the steamer- belonging »<> this line
enable ns to carry good* at less than by any other
route.
Freight for point* beyond New York will bo forward
ed with di-pateh.
This line is the only one that conned* with a daily
line from Baltimore for Philadelphia and New York,
and that can give through receipt*.
No drayage or commission charged. Thu two lines
occupy the same wharf In Baltimore.
Forfrelght or passage, apply In
DAVID Jt WM. CURRIE,
Office at Charles T. Wortham A Co.’s,
OCI24—Is Fifteenth street .
rpHE BALTIMORE AM) IIA
X VANA 8. 8. COMPANY.
ALEX. BROWN A SONS,
General Agents.
FOR HAVANA A\F NEW ORLEANS.
CARRYING THE O. 8. MAIL.
The first-class Steamships of llii* Line will lail 1
follows:
“CUBA,” 1,1 uo tons,
WILLIAM ROLLINS, Commander,
On SATURDAY, April 21st.
“LIBERTY.” 1.2IW tons,
WILLIAM J. STAFFORD, Commander,
on SATURDAY,
From Brown's Wharf, F. P., at 4 o'clock P. M. pr
clsely on the day* announced
For freight or passage, haring unsurpassed accon
modations, apply to
HENRY M. WARFIELD A 00., Agents,
No. IB Spear'* Wh arf.
N. B,—No Mils of tailing hilt those ol the Comp.iry
—111 1... li. rinils for freight mn.t l.u I, , . I
from this otHee. No freight received or hills of |*d'i
signed on day of sailing. Freight forwarded to u- wiu
he shipped to New Orleans and Havana by the si. .mi
ships of this Company free of all charge-, except dray
age and wharfage, and bills of lading i- u-.d on 1.1 ep
tion of the goods In Bal'imore.
FOR BALTIMORE,SAVANNAHuawwi
and BOBToN. fggTgOi^
POWHATAN STEAMBOAT COMPANY.
SEMI-WEEKLY LINE.
Leaves Richmond every WEDNESDAY snJ ST'N
DAY.
leaves Baltimore every WBDNEsDAY and SATUR
DAY.
The steamer
STATE OF MARYLAND,
Captain Thomas Travers, will leave here at 0 o'clock,
A. M., SUNDAY, the lftth Inst
Freight received Friday and »p tod o’clock, P. H ,
Saturday.
This steamer has splendid saloons, staterooms and
passenger accommodations.
Passage (meals Included)
For freight or passage, applv to
DAVID A WILLIAM CURE! E,
Office at Charles T. Wor!iunt A Co.'s,
■pIUl Klfte. n’h -free
rpHRODOH TO LEXINO
X TON AND BUCHANAN IN 271
HOURS.
By Railroad to Lynchburg, and Canal Packets from
thence to Lexington and Buchanan, fare through At".
By Packet Boat all the wav, from Richmond ft.! hours.
Fare Ad. Including meals Ah.
Passengers leaviug Richmond at 7.I"* by Central
and Orange and Alexandria night train, also Washing
ton Ci'y, connect with the boats at Lynchburg. Mon
day. Wednesday aud Friday, at 7 next A. M., and a'
rive in Lexington and Buchanan at lnl P. M., “7| houis
through.
RETURNING,
Leave Lexington and Buchanan at 1 K. M , Monday,
Wednesday aud Friday, arrive in Lynchburg sift. I’, M ,
connect with the tars and arrive in Ricnrr.unJ and
Wa-htngton at ft A. M., 2fthours through.
The boats connect in Lynchburg, also, with the Vir
ginia and Tennessee Mail train-, both going and return
tug. Fare to Lynchburg, A-'.
Onr boats leave Rtchmond a-tisnai, Monday, W.dnc
day and Friday at ft P. It. K. FDlluND.
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p O R ~N E IV I'll R K .
ATLANTIC COAST MAIL STEAMSHIP
COMPANY.
The new and elegant side-wheel steamship
ALBEMARLE.
Captain H. A. Boi'axa,
Will leave her wharf a* Rocketts on SATURDAY, Hth
April, at It o'clock A. M.
Passengers can go aboard the evening previous.
For freight or passage, having nnsnrpa.-r-d accom
modations, apply to
SAMUEL AYRES A U<>.,
apll-tt Cary aad Virginia iMMi
IjMJR FREIGHT OR CHARTER.-Th.
1 Hue British Schooner LUCY ANN, Wo .dr.-.i-'VT’
master. Capacity 1,'ssl to 2,u00 barrels. Fot-s“''"
terms apply to
apl'Mw FRENCH A CK&SSUAW
I MIR HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA,— s”
The British brig STARLIGHT, Captain J. A. ,.1Tl
Fcott, now In the Dock, will he despatched iinrue-**7
diately to the above port. For freight, apply !■>
Caskie a brothers,
apl.'i-lw S,-Tenth and Franklin str. e'
17NIR HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA— .
. The British hrig W. D, NASH wilt sail as r ■
above, so soon as cargo is completed.
For freight, apply to
mh22f FRENCH A CRENSHAW
pOK LIVERPOOL. ±£.
The A No. 1 barque QCEEN' VrCTORIA, n»v
at City Point, la ready to rvcejve fr- i*lit for Liverpool
Liberal advance* niade on consignnienta to my (nei<Js
in London, Liverpool or Dublin.
For freight, apply to K. II. DIBKELL.
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CO-PABTNERSHIP NOTICES.
Dissolution.—The firm or tinslky .*
HHEPPEKSo.N was dl.-ulv.d on the flrst day ..f
January, 1SMJ, by mutual consent. The name of t> ■■
firm will be con finned only hereafter In the settlement
of accounts. C. C. TINSLEY,
jan2#-if B. V. SHEPPKRSnjf.
C. TINSLEY,
CARPENTER AND JiriLDE".
Will continue the bn*ine*s at the old stand of TIN *
LEY A 8HEPPEK»oN, corner of :«4 and brace »tr-ef
Being thankful for past favor*, solicit* a continuance
the same from his friend* and the public generally,
pledging bituseif to give sale-faction in ail workd< r>
C. <: TIVSU
pO-PARTNERSHiP NOTICE.—1 hat,
\J day associated with me Mr. Joseph Pettyjohn, d
the buslne** will in future beconducted under the
of LEE at PETTYJOHN.
Thinkful for the patronage extended to me for the
last twenty years, I solicit a contionance of the cur
the new coneero. \ g, LEE.
Janlf
CO-PARTNERSHIP.—The midereijnn*il hive
this day entered into a co-partnership nnJer tl ■
Arm and style of
BELL. SHEPHERD A CO..
Porthe purpose of conducting a
OKNEBAL COMMISSION BDSINE**
For the sale of all Country Produce. Lunther, Wool.
Am., and by strict attention to business, hope to tie it
and receive a liberal thare of bu-tne*s front their fn n.|*
and the public generallv.
Mr. CHARLES 0. BLLETT, a man of long experience
as a builder In tb!« cltv. will give bis per-«nalattention
to the sale of all consignments of Lumber
Our nfflee, for the present, wilt be at the corner of
Eighth street and th. Ba-ln. y
novlf_ AA31N L. 8HEPHBRD._
00-PARTNERSHIP.
The nnder*igncd have thi« day formed a co-partner
.hip under the name and style of
WATKINS, COTTRELL k CO.,
For the purpose of conducting the IMPORTING AND
OJNERAL HAKDWAKR AND SADDLERY BISINW-,
in all U> branches, Wholesale and Retail, ami have
taken the large and commodious *-ore, No. 12/1 Main
Mreet, where we will be pleawd to see our fri- ads a, I
the public generally. We would especially invite th.
Diends and customers of the late Arm of SMITH,
RHODES k CO.
We will endeavor to keep a full and attractive stock
ofgooda.and hope by strict attention to bn.fness to
merit a share of the public patr-nage.
CLAIBORNE WATKINS,
formerly with Smith, Rhodes k Co#
April ai, 1S6«. 0. L. COTTRELL.
rpO THE PUBLIC.-”
I have thisdav made a business arrangement with
Meaers. WATKINS, COTTRELL A CO., and would re
spectfully solicit the patronage of my friend* and th
customers of the late Arm of KHODBn,' WILSON .V
HDRT.
From my long experience In Ihe Hardware trade, I
feel coufld.'nl that 1 can give eiSLue salt-faction to all
who may favor me with a call.
Respectfully
apH-f W. 8. HDRT.

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