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VOLUME 75. RICHMOND, VA., THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 19, 1866. _NUMBER 87. .
RICHMOND WHIG. DAILY AND SEMI WEEKLY. WHIO BC1LDIXO, COHN KR OOV KR.NOR AND FRANK LIN STREETS. T B RMS: DAILY—On* Year...... .Bl® °® •• BU Month.. 4 t>® •• one Month. 1 00 SEMI WEEKLY—On* Year. * 00 *• •• Six Month.. 3 0® ADVERTISEMENTS-Sxtxjrrr-rtvi Cixt* per Square I of Bight Line*, for each of th* ir»t two insertion*, with a liberal discount when continued lunger. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. (y W. RICHARDSON, IX* ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Has resumed bi* professional pursuits. He will practice in nil the Courts of the city uf Richmond, And of the counties of Henrico and Hsnocer. Take cases m say District Court of Appeals where the inducements offered are suAcieat. Attend to the investigation of titles and collection of claims of every description, and give special attention lo cases in th* Supreme Court of Appeal* uf Virginia. When not at Court, he may be found at his residence, Oakland, Hanover, eight miles from Richmond, iwo from Mechaniesvtli*. and fourteen from Hanover Court House. Address Richmond, Va . Box (Wo. tnhlft—ta TJHIT A. WISE, Sr., Will practise law in th* Courts of Richmond and Hen rico, generally, and in criminal case* in the Courts of other cities aul counties convenient, when .penally employed He can always be found at the oMce of Danner A Wise, in the Law Buildings, Richmond, or at the house of Mrs. Pulliam, in Manchester, jan/to-lm _ _ _ m K. f A K K A K, ATTORNEY AT LAW, Will attend the Coart* of Am**!!*, 1'nnce Edward. Not toway, Cumberland and Powhatan. Particular atten tion given to the collection of Claim*. AddreMS—Jetereville, Amelia. bot2--6id^ c. 0. oaiawoLD, | J- <*. mihwol®. G1 K1SWOLD A GRISWOLD, * w ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, kiCBnovn, vtnnma, Hava removed their offlee to Marshall street, between Eighth snfl Ninth streets.- Practice in all the Conrta of the City of Richmond an^fcountle* of Ueurtco and Han over, and the Circuit Courts of Essex and Ring and Queen. _• _ _oct«>—«UI /'tANNtiN ft COURTNEY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Practices in all the Courts of the city of Richmond and couatv of Henrico. gjr'ottce in ihe Whig Building._an4--ly BARKSDALE, Jr., * ATTORNEY at LAW, HALIFAX COrgT HO CSX, VA. COURTS—Halifax and Pittsylvania, and the Clrenit Court, of Campbell and Danville. sep28—ly ffN EO. D. W OUT TON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND NOTARY PUBLIC COLLECTOR OF CLAIM 3, Offers his professional services to the people generally at home and abroad. ■ffi" office—Monltc«ll» House, on Main street, a few doors above St. Charles Hotel. jy29—ly_ WT c. CARRINGTON, \\ . ATTORNEY AT LAW. H0WAKDftVILt.lt, ALBULAALS CoCXTT, Va. Attends the Courts in the counties of Buckingham, Nelson and Albemarle, and pays special attention to collecting and securing claims in those counties, and tae county of Fluvanna and city <>f Lynchbnrg Refer to Bondurant, Elliott A Shields, proprietors ot the Whig. nov23—ly EO. C. CABELL, I attorney at law. Will practice In all the Court* of Pittsylvania, Halifax and Henry countiea, and the Circuit and Hustings Court of Danville. Adress—Danville, Ya. au2S—ly JJLSKY HI UN ALL, attornst at law and notary public. 8pecial attention given te Conveyancing and Exami nation if Titles. office on Governor street, over late Examiner office. 08* W___ JOHN A. COKE, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC. BK'BBOXD. va.. Will practice in all the Court* of Richmond city and the counties of Henrico and Hanover. Ofpicb In Law Building. Franklin street, sep2d—ly T AW NOTICE. I < - JAMES PLEASANTS, , ATTvirnby at law and commissioner in CHANCERY, For the i'll*®!* and Hustings Court* of the City o< Rich mond and County Court of Henrico, ■■"office In <b» L*w Building, Richmond, Ya. practices In .'*• ,h» Courts at Richmond,and Collect* Claim* in the aaty»**lffiS ***** o«t9—ly aoaaaT gold. >»aac » cabbixstox. /\UL1> A CANK1NGTON, ^ attorneys at law. Will practice in all the Court* of the elty of Richmond. Office on Governor street, near Broad street, [anl ly PROFESSIONAL NOTICE. WOOD BOULDIN and WOOD BOFLD1N, Ja . will at tend as partners all the Courts of Charlotte and Meek rlilfeurif countmw* . WOOD BoCLDIN Will attend also the Coarts of Hall fax county and the Snpreme Court of Appeals at Rich Wood Boct.Dtx, Ja., I Wood BoriDix, Boydton. Va Talcott P. 0., oct2—tf I Charlotte co. pEACHY R. GRATTAN, attorney at law. Office on east side of Twefth, at the end of Capitol street, near the Governor’s House. sep'ift—ly ALKX a. BOLLADAT. SABl'BL T. BATLT. CBASTAIS WBITI. HOLLADAY, BAYLY a WHITE, at torneys AT LAW. Richmond, Va., practice in all the Coarts of the city of Richmond, and the coun ties of Henrico, Hanoeer, Caroline, Goochland and Louisa SAMUEL T. BAYLY, Notary Public. CHASTAIN WHITE has an office at Ashland, Hanover county, Va . . _ , Office in L*w building Richmond. POWBATAX BOBBUT*. A. BOBIXSOX. •Vik. 1st. fir... ... Mscfsrland A Roberts. ROBERTS & ROBINSON, attorneys at law, • Office No. 74 Main street, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA., Will attend to legal bnainea* entrusted to them In Vlrgini* *nd W&fthin&toii, D. C. ta*w4 ly rpaOMAS F. GOODE, ATTORNET AT LAW. BOVDTON, MECKLENBURG COUNTY, VA. i COURTS—Mecklenburg, Lunenburg and Brunswick. I [»uj*-ly] YITM. W. HENRY, attorney at law, caAXLorrt com lorst, t*.. Attend* the Courts of Charlotte, Prince Kdw.ird sod Halifax. _ aulti—ly jgENJAMIN W. FINNEY, attorney at law, RICHMOND, VA. Cocara—Richmond. Amelia, Powhatan and Cheater office on Pranklln, between Seventh and Eighth Streets. Address Box 276. nor 11 -tim | M. DAVIDSON, ATTORNEY AT law. Mo J CABO.snxi.rr St.NEW ORLEANS. XXPXKS TO Walter G. Robin-on, President of the Mechanic* and Traders’ Bank. New iirlean-; Thus. A Adam*. Presi dent Crescent Mutual Insurance Company, New Orleans ; Alfred Pena, President Uuion Bank, New Orleans, Charles Briggs, Pn-Xldent Louisiana Mutual Insurance Company, New Orlean* ; Hon. Jno. A. J. Cresswell, Washington, D. C.; Ed. D. Christian, Attorasy at Law, Lynchburg, Ya._ ^ oovgA-ly ISAAC R. WATKINS, attorney at law. Cbaulotte Cocet Horan, Virginia. Co cars—Charlotto, Prince Edward and Lunenburg | dnnis «ni “ \r. JOHN MAHONY, * SURGEON DENTIST, «any years associated vith Dr. John G. WayO ***** respectfully inform his old patron*, and all ’*?*1<* wffio may need hi* services, that in comse otners ^ destruction of hi* office by the great quenon * opened an office at hi* residence on Fourth “/*’ , -pan Broad sod Marshall, where he ean be •»*S! knurs. Artificial Teeth inserted on gold, ai *ver and vt, Th* “>*b..i prico paidfor old Hold Plate._ T^REDERIC K N. FLEMING, * aXTOBNBY at L A w > Oooc vla.sd Cotnrr Horxn, VIRGINIA. nova-ly X^vrTr. T. COL«MAN, I I orvi- x, LINDEN KOW, Fxaaxu.v Stxxxt, Third Door a hove Second street. jnnU-3*____ TxENTAL CARD. V) Dr. R. N- HUDSON u*a resumed cb* practice of DENTISTRY, and may he JKTndat^htsOffiee, on Mala street, opposite the Arling toa Heuse. — ————————■———I PROFESSIONAL GARDA DK. F. DAVISON, SURGEON DENTIST. and residence on Stain *tr#«t, between ^ I Eleventh and Twelfth, Jn«t below the Jfatlonal Ex change Bank, where he in better prepared »han ever to ! glee hu patron* the full benefit of hi* profe*M»iou. He , will exchange new Teeth on the Improved ha*e for old •eta of Gold. All work warranted for at least five , year*. Tho»e pairing hi* *ervi e* need not neglect their teeth, a* be will accommodate h;in*#lf to their | circau*taac«* and the time*. Patient* from the coun | try can board with him at hi* residence, without charge, while haring work done. _mh-M> m 2^K. W. W. PARKER ■ AS iiscaiD TB1 PRACTICE OF MEDICINE AND SCSGERY. Orrica: Cornar of Broad and Tenth atreeta, op i toaltaCity Hall. wUMf * * T A L NOTICK. JOHN G WATT, Dentist, having recovered hla health, has resoiued the practice of DENTISTRY in Richmond, and resentfully offers his services to his old friends and patients, and all others who may need them. Odlce and residence eonth side of Grace, between Seventh ami Eighth streets, where he may be found at all hours. nov2it--ly* DR. CHARLES S. MILLS Has resumed the practi?e of hla profession In the city of Richmond, tidice, Tacelflh, between Broad and Marshall streeta. _ °cti—ly METALS AND MINERALS.—Persons wish ing information respecting the MINERAL WEA1.TH OF THE STATE, can obtain full particulara by calling upon Dr. B. H. GRANT, at Richmond. novS-tf EXPRESS COMPANIES. rr.Hli NATIONAL KXTRKSS AND TKANS PORTATIOS COMPANT. OFFICE: Main Stukkt, between Thiktbbnth and Fochtbbxth Stbkkts. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. Are now prepared to forward Currency, Coin, Valua bles, and Freight, to pointa NORTH, SOUTH, EAST and WEST. The Tariff of Charges Is based upon fair business principles, without being oppressive to the public. Goods shipped from the North by steamships, and marked to the rare of the National Express and Trans portation Company, will be promptly forwarded to des tination, FREE OP CHARGE, for Commission or Dray age Goods called for witboct cbakok and promptly for warded. All desired information In regard to the extent of the lines operated by this Company, furnished at any of its agencies on application. J. E. JOHNSTON, President. J. D. MBODEN, General Superintendent. decl3--tf PERIODICALS, to w-s.mmfOlf nt*n I/klYIO AtC* PREMIUMS TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS I THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW (Conserva tive). THE EDINBURGH REVIEW (Whig). THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW (Radical). THE NORTH BRITISH KEV.EW (Free Church). BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE (Tory). TERMS FOR 1S66. For any one of the Reviews.*4 noperannum: For any two of the Review*.. 7 00 “ For any three of the Reviews........10 Oil “ For all'four of the Reviews.12 00 •• For Blackwood's Magazine. 4 00 “ For Blackwood and one Review. 7 00 “ Fer Blackwood and any two of the Re views.10 00 “ For Blackwood and three of the Re views... ..13 00 “ For Blackwood and the four Reviews.. 13 00 " The interest of these periodicals to American readers is rather Increased than diminished by the articles they contain on oar late civil wsr, and. though sometimes tinged with prejudice, they may still, considering their great ability and the different stand-points from which they are written, be read and studied with advantage by the people of this country, of every creed and party. PREMIUMS TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS. New subscribers to any two of the above periodicals for ISOS, will be entitled to receive, gratis, any one of the “ Four Reviews ” for 1nS3. New subscribers to all Are of the Periodicals for 1336, will receive, gratis, any two of the “ Four Reviews ” for 1363. Subscribers may also obtain back numbers at the fol lowing reduced rates, viz: Blackwood from September, 1334, to December^ 1S63, inclusive, at the rate of %2 30 a year. The North British from January, 1363, »o December, IS66, inclusive : the Edinburgh and the Westminster from April, 1334, to December. 1335, inclaalve, and the London Quarterly for the year IStio, at the rate of $1 30 a year for each or anv Review. A few copies yet remain of all the Four Reviews for 1363 at #4 a set, or $1 30 for any one. LEONARD SCOTT A CO., Publishers, 3S Walker street, New York. L. S. A Co. also publish the FARMER S GUIDE. By Hinxt Stsphkn*, of Edinburgh, and the late J. P. Morton, of Yale College. Two volumes royal octavo, l,»ai pages, and numerous Eugravings. Price *7 for the two volumes ; by mail, post-paid, $3. dec22-tf _ _ rpHE RICHMOND MEDICAL JOURNAL, l RICHMOND, VIRGINIA —This Journal will be published as a Monthly Iktavo of so pages, the Januaiy number being issued early in December. A respectable number of the best writers In this country have promised their support, (an ostentations display of names is avoided.) aud as the Editors offer to pay liberally for articles, it 1- hoped that the original department of the Journal will be entitled to respect tod conAdence. The pages of the Journal will be devoted to Original Articles, Foreign and Domestic Correspondence, a Re rospect of Medicine and Surgery during the late war, in Eclectic Department, (which will be a chief feature of be Journal,) Reports of societies. Associations, Hospi ,als and CHuicat Lectures, Reviews and Bibliographi cal Notices, Medical News, Editorials, Miscellaneous Matter, Ac. Without making special promises, th* Editors will i endeavor to make this Journal acceptable to its sap i«>rter«. Thru*—Five Dollars yearly, if paid in advance, or before the expiration of t’he third month after the dale ,.f subscription; If paid after this period, Ten Dollars per annum. | Advertisements will be Inserted on the most liberal I terms, and a* there are no Medical Journals now pub lished in the Southern States, advettisers will enjoy peculiar advantages. E. S. 0A1LLARD. M D., Richmond, Va. W. 8. MeCHESN'ET.M. D., Staunton, Va. Editors and Publishers. All letters in relation to the literary or business in terests of the Journal will be addressed to Dr. E. S. j vizULABD, Box I**, Richmond, Va. nov!7-tf STOVES, TIN-WARE, Ac. I STOVES. TIN W ARE, ; o HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. 4c. GREGORY BROTHERS Have removed from their old stand at l\id Fellow's Hall, Franklin street, to their splendid new store. No. *7, Main street, between 14th and 13th, where they will keep constantly on hand a large assortment of Parlor, olfice and Cooking Stoves, such as the celebrated Arbi ter, Sheppard. Ida. Morning and Kveuing Star, Monitor Kip Rap. Uulck Baker, Commodore Chatter Oak and others, too numerous to mention. ALSO, ' A large assortment of Fairbaok’s Scales, Honse Furn ishing articles. Pocket and Table Cutlery, Hard ware, Ac Thankful for the past patronage, we hope, by being prompt in business, a continuance of the same. GREGORY BROTHERS, 87, Main street, between 14th and 13ih, ! jnn3f Richmond, Va. vtte HAVE JUST RECEIVED a line assort F V 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, I mh'24t S7 Main street. PIANOS. &c. ! ^pUE PIANO FORTE BUS1 X NESS—The subscribers bar.- >>een^Eap^^3| I engaged in the Piano Forts business | more than twenty years, during which • • “ » I ’ liuie they have sold upward of FIFTEEN HUNDRED INSTRUMENTS to person* in Virginia and adjoining States, some of whom were families of the most refined and cultivated musical taste. The established character of th.> instruments they of ft r is now so firm that all who desire to purchase may feel entirely assured of getting a go.>d article. They invite an inspection of the instruments now in jlor# 7 WlX>DHOUSK 4 PARHAM, Booksellers ani Stationers, mlilS>T Governor street, near Main. daguerrean galleries. Home AGAIN.—For iet«B Month* part I have had no business, having lost my gallery and nearly my all by the great lire on the Ad of April. I h*T# Ik* pleaanre now to announce to mv friends and tk* public that 1 h.iF* ooc# ui«>rw a GALLERY, Ncated on the corner of Ninth and Main streets, with an en trance on Main (through W. D Cods, book-store I and also on Ninth street. I am supplied with entirely new and the most improved apparatus and stock, and have secured the service* of T Jefferson Nimmo, “to the manor born,” who has had over fifteen years' expe ritfoc* • . As In the p»i. *o In the futuru, I promU* my patron* eood and satisfactory work. gooa ana w Photographist, I octS7--ly Corner Main snd Ninth street*. SAUCES. PICKLES, &c. I OAUCES, JELLIES, PICKLES, Sc. ‘ O 13 do*. Worcestershire Sauce I 8 dox. Royal Osborne Sauce 6 do*. C. 4 B.'s Soho Sance 8 do*. Currant Jelly 8 do*. Cupres Capucine* 3 do*. Olive* Verdales 8 do*, nsaorted Pickle* Preserved Ginger, Pine Apple Cheese, «c., selling low. DANDRIDGE 4 ANDERSON. j*n4-;f . _ /CHEESE! CHEESE!!—S5 boxes strictly \J prime CHEESE, just received and for sale. 1 InkJet A. Y. 8TOKES 4 CO. IRON WORKS. Manchester iron works, April 9th, 1966. The heirs of the late Robert Baird hare this day formed a co-partnership for the conduction of the busi ness heretofore conducted by Robert Baird, under the name of “ ROBERT BAIRD HEIRS," and respectfully solicit a continuance of the patronage enjoyed for so many years. The plans, designs and patterns con structed under the Immediate supervision of the late Robert Baird, are all in good order, and we are pre pared to manufacture all kinds of MACHINERY for Grist, Saw Mills, and Water Wheels, and conduct a General Foundry Business. We aiso continue to em ploy Mr JAMES D. CRAIU, whom we have appointed our Commercial Agent. ROBERT BAIRD HEIRS. MANCHESTER IRON WORKS. ROBERT BAIRD HEIRS," MILLWRIGHTS, IRON FOUNDERSand MACHINISTS, Manufacturers «,r Water Wheels, Grist and Saw Mills, Mill Gearing, and Iron Work of all descriptions. apl6-lw __ J^TTENGEK & EDMOND, Established in October, 1950, Manufacturers ot Portable and Stationary ENOINKS and SAW MILLS. MILL WORK. CASTINGS of all kinds, TOBACCO FIXTURES and RAILROAD WORK, Cakv street (below Fifteenth), decI6—dta _ RICHMOND, Va._ VULCAN IKON WORKS, Corner Btrb and Sixth Streets, RICHMOND, VA. We are prepared to furnish, at short notice, BOLTS, NUTS and WASHEK&, all sizes ; SCREWS for Cotton, Tobacco and Cider Presses, FLATTENING MILLS and FACTORY FIXTURES generally; IRON GRATINGS, Wrought and Cast-Iron FENCES, VERANDAHS, Ac., of every variety; FORGINGS and MACHINERY of all kinds Repairing done on moat reasonable terms and with despatch. Special attention is called to our improved SMOKING TOBACCO CUTTER, which, for its durability and econ omy in workinir. is superior to any now in use. ARCHER & GOODWIN, mh2St Post office Box No. i*27._ jj>AGLE MACHINE WORKS RE-ESTABLISHED. CO-PARTNERSHIP. The uudersign<?d have formed a Co-partnership under the uatne and style of KAHL & R A II M , To conduct a GENERAL FOUNDRY AND MACHINE BUSINESS, At their newly atted up establishment, the > EAGLE MACHINE WORKS, Corner op Ninth and Canal Strbktb, (South side of Basin,) RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. Are now prepared to manufacture •STATIONARY and PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES Of any Te<)aired power. ALSO, SAW and GRIST MILLS, MILL GEARINGS, STEAM BOILERS, BRASS and IRON CASTINGS, FORGINGS, and MACHINERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Having obtained roost of the pattern* of the lale Mr. Philip Rahro, we can build new and repair old Machine ry with great facility ; and, being supplied with the moat labor-having tools, we can favorably compote with any establishment in any kind of work, both a* 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. Kahm’» EAGLE MACHINE WORKS. ADOLPHUS J. RAHM, Son of the late P. Rabm, aided by F. KAHL, Has conducted the business of bis father since his death, In January, 1S62, until the Are In April, 1S65, when the works were destroyed. We assure the public that any work entrusted to us 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 contlnuance'of the liberal patronage here tofore enjoyed by that establishment from its friends and the public generally. FRANK KAHL, fob21-tf A. J. RAHM._ 'YJETKOPOLITAN WORKS, Corner of Seventh and Canai. Streets. Having supplied ourselves with the necessary rat terns, we are prepared to execute, at short notice, orders for EVERY DESCRIPTION OF CASTINGS, BRASS or IRON, Say IRON FRONTS, FOR STORES AND WAREHOUSES; CASTINGS FOR RAILROADS, all kinds; CASTINGS FOR MILLS AND MACHINERY GENE RALLY ; WAGON AXLES COMPLETE, with Boxes; SASH WEIGHTS, GRATE BARS, Ac., Ac. ENGINES AND MACHINERY Of all kinds repaired in the best uiannerand with quick despatch. *£- SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. JJ* We wonld 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 vety complete. All the Wrought andCast Iron Work forthe “ HOWE TRUSS” and other Bridges supplied, including the long, heavy Bolts, complete, with Nuts, Angle Blocks Washers, Ac. Wrought Iron and Wooden TRUCKS, for Railroads, tilted up complete, with Wheels and Axles, Springs, Ac. Having erected a commodious Smith-Shop, we are prepared to do Blacksmiths’ Work of all kinds, inclu ding WROUGHT-1KON GRATINGS, for Dwellings, Warehouses, Ac. For the quality of the IRON and BRASS WORK sup plied at thi~ establishment, we respectfully beg leave to refer to Charles Campbell, Esq., Superintendent City '•as » oms, ana tne omcers ol tne James mver ana ixana w ha Canal, a- well as the Superintejideuts, Engineersand Master-Machinists of the several Railroads leading front this citv ; also, to Major E. T. 1). Myers, Engineer Rich mond, Wedericksburg and Potomac and Richmond and Petersburg Railroads, aud A. L. Maxwell, Esq., Bridge Builder, Macon, Georgia, for whom we have executed large orders. Since the admission, on 1st Ck'tober last, of Mr. J. J. Montague to an Interest In our SA8H, 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 sire. Hard Wood Mouldings for Railway Coaches, aud Ornamental Sawing of all kinds Orders solicited. TANNER A EHBETS. Highest cash prices paid for OLD IRON’, BRASS, COP PER, Ac._ _j*nl7-tf pKNINSULAR 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 Bolts and Nats Saw Arbors Iron Railing AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY, of the latest and most improved patterns, including : Tbre-Aiing, Cleaning aud Separating Machiues Reaping and Mowing Machines Horse Powers Hand and Power Corn Shelters Hay, Sltaw and Fodder Cutters Jersey Farm Wagons Light Spring Wagons Townsend's Wheel Cultivator, with which one boy and two horses can cultivate ten acres of corn per day, doing it more thoroughly and with less Injury to the corn than by the use of cne horse plows or the ordinary cultivators. Prompt attention paid to all orders or enquiries by mail. BUDD& SHARP. J. Tno*. Brno, of Maryland, Th '». R. SHiKP, late of Columbia, South Carolina. febUI-tf ^ j JOHX W. OARDWBLL. | SAM TEL FKBRl'l. KY. 1 ( AARDWELL & FREEDLEY, vy Manufacturers and Dealers in AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS And MACHINERY. I We are prepared to manufacture all kinds of Agri cullural Implements »n<t Machinery such as Plow pUw«T« °Thr«°ho P,\r£’ Mowers*and*Reapera, H o7i!e mrT Ac' Me ' Mill,, Separa AS'REPAIRING will be promptly attended to on the most reasonable terms at the AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT WORKS Corner Ninth and Cary streets Ag* Highest price paid for OLD IRON, BRASS, COP PER, Ac. mh3f Flattening mills— TOBACCO CUTTERS. TOBACCO PRESSES, And all kinds of FACTORY FIXTURES, made and re paired by CARDWELL A FREEDLEY, (Successors to John W Cardwell A Co.,) Agricultural Implement Works, tub and Cary sta. febSS-dStn 1 CA TONS LUMP PLASTER, just re ItJv ceived and for sale by mhJ»f LEE A PETTYJOHN. VIRGINIA WORM KILLER!—A pleasant safe aud certain remedy for Worms In Children. For sale by druggtete. Twenty-five cents a bottle. COMMISSION MEHCHANT8. p ARRETT, WILLIAMS & CO., produce AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Fraxki.ih, Below Governor Street, Sell Leaf, Manufactured and Smoking Tobacco and Ci gar*. 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 Pilkinton's, Fruits and Flowers, as well as common and low grades. Prices ruling from 20 cents to $150. Auy brand of Virginia Chewing Tobacco furnished promptly and on the most reasonable terms. mhl9-2m JOHN N. GORDON & SON, GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, And Dealers In METALS. GRINDSTONES, 4c., Fonrteentb street, near Exchange Hotel, Offer for sale English Kell ned, Hammered and 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, 1' '» 21 inch; Cut Nails, Tin Plate, various sires; Block Tin, Bar Lead, Spelter, Sheet Zinc, BLISTERED STEEL, CAST, SHEAR and 0 E HMAN 8TEKL, Square, round and flat. CUBA SUGARS, In hogsheads and sorrels REFINED SUGAR8, various grades Rio, iaguayra 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 H. S. UARI'EK. b. b. taliafbrio. k. h. p. kobixeox. Harper, Taliaferro & co., IIEXBKAI. COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND PRODUCE BR0KER8, Dealers In GUANO, LIME. PLASTER and other FER TILIZERS, Foot op Sixth street (ox the Caxai.), RICHMOND, VA Special attention given to the purchase, sale or Shipment of TOBACCO, and all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE and general MERCHANDISE. mh2—q DANIEL II. LONDON, Commissioner of Deeds for most of the States and GENERAL COM MISSION MERCHANT, Thirteenth street, Richmond, Virginia, offers for sale a cargo of 8ALT in store, very valuable REAL ESTATE, and several of the celebrated VIRGINIA SPRINGS. Particular attention paid to the sale and purchase of all kinds of TOBACCO, and the adjustment of CLAIMS against merchants and others. feb2-tljulyt __ Bell, shepherd & co., GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND UROCERS, Basin Bank, between 9th and 10th streets, Solicit consignments of Country Produce, Lumber, Wood, 4c. To Builders, Contractors and others, we would say that wo are prepared to furnish BILL TIMBER, all lengths, at short notice. For sale, on consignment, Superior Country Bacon, Butter, Tallow, Dried Apples, Tobacco, 4c. _feblf _ __ ■yyOOLFOLK & THORNLEY, GENERAL COMMISSION AND LAND AGENTS, offer their services fob threat.* of LAND, CROPS OF CORN, WHEAT, TOBACCO, 4c. ALSO, Special attention given to procuring LABORERS, both WHITE and COLORED, for this and the adjacent ouime*. Alwayn have on hand for sale, on reaaonable term*, a large number of line FARMS, of all sixea and descrip tion*, in thin and other State*. Address Bowling Green, Caroline county, Virginia. jan9-tira __ R REINS & SON, • 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 Lumber-house between Ninth and Tenth streets, on Cary street and Basin. RICHARD REINS, au20—tf LUTHElt R. REINS. P. B. Spbi.ett.late of the firm of Powell & Snblett. Peter A. Spbi.ett.Richmond, Va. p 13. & P. A. SUBLETT, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Offer their services for the sale of TOBACCO, WHEAT, CORN, FLOUR, and all kinds of COUNTRT PRODUCB. Particular attention given to the purchase of merchan dise, and orders promptly filled. Office on Thirteenth street, near Cary. oct20---tf X J. BINEORD & SON, * GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, . Corner Thlrteeilth and Franklin streets, RICHMOND, VA., Keep constantly on hand a choice supply of FAMILY GROCERIS, WINES, BRANDIES, WHISKEY, RUM, itc., which we are selling at wholesale and retail. As Commission Merchants, we give particular atten tion to the sale of Tobacco, Wheat, Corn and Country Produce generally. Prompt returns made._ _ s«I>St rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY JL 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 Block of Groceries of every description, Including WINKS, LIQUORS, TEAS, itc., Which they will be prepared to Hell upon the most rea sonable terms. , Personal attention will be given to the sale of all COOHTRY PRODUCE and merchandise generally, con hiiHiftd to our llouue. S SETH BARTON FRENCH, LEWIS D. CRENSHAW, Jr. Until the first of November, they can be found at the Office of Haxall, Crenshaw ii Co. oct23—tf jgOOKER, KERR & LYON, PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS. Office corner 16th and Franklin streets, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. Prompt attention given to sales of all kinds COUN TRY PRODUCE. jy26—tf_ J^ANDRIDGE & ANDERSON, GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 106 Broad Street, Richmond, Va. Have In store and for sale, on the most reasonable terms, a large assortment of FAMILY GROCERIES and supplies. _ d*c4'tf AGENCIES, &e. 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 !»till 4 o’clock, daily, and will be prepared to at ford to all person*, while and colored, profesnionai or others, the best facilities for securing employment. Persons desirous of employing labor, white or black, clerical aid or other service, will find with ns a registry of persons desiring situations ; and all who are with out employment are invited to call and register with Ud, In our business transactions we are determined to give s a tistaction if earnest effort can accomplish It. EPEBESCBfi.—Hon. Daniel C. Dejarnette, Caroline couritv ' Alexander P. Abell, Monticello Bank, Char lottesville: Wm.C. Moncure,Sheriff of Henrico; Wil -on, niaiebrook A Co., Richmond, Va. : and the mer chants and business men of Richmond generallv. J. T. HENDERSON A CO., mh30-d2w P. O. box 139. VEHICLE MANUFACTURERS. G\ EORGE A. AINSLIE, Manufacturer and Dealer in 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 CALBCHES, COACHES, BAKODCHES, SIX-SEAT ROCKAWAYS, PHOTON., COUPiES,H.ndRocKAWAT8 ^ of all kinds, to which the attention of those in want of snch articles is Invited.mn22f^ CAARI).—In order t<> protect the popular re J putation of our celebrated ROSE WHISKEY, and lo ore vent deception being practiced on our customers, hereatter, for their guidance and protection, the gen uine article sold by our authoriied agents, Messrs. 8. C. TARDY A CO., will have this card placed on the head „e each barrel. We trust, by this means, to preserve ihe reputation of our brand, and to guarantee dealers against imposition. BOYLE. MILLER * £0. aplO-lOt __ __ OTKAM REFINED CANDIES.—My fac tory is now in full and successful operation, and I **" ‘Confectioners, GROCERS )h9 C00KTBY TBADE j With any quantity of my inimitable STEAM REFINED CANDIES . At short notice. 1 warrant it (as I bavedonef'r the last twenty years) to stand in any ,* made of the verv best crushed sugars, and nothing im pure about them. ^g ROSSIKUX. aplet No. 80 Main street. CCHILDREN’S CLOTHING, to lit boys and : J children from four years old to eighteen. Stock is . large, the variety great, and for sale low, at 111 Mam street. WM IRA SMITH 4 CO. N B_Children’s Wear made to order when pre- > ferred._aplxt POTATOES ! ! Peach-blow and Jackson White. REEVE 4 MATO, Franklin street, between Eighth and Ninth. mhfflt BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL. J^ALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL, BALTIMORE, MD. ESTABLISHED as a REFUGE from QUACKERY. THE ONLY PLACE WHERE A CURE CAN BE OBTAINED. DR. JOHNSTON ha* 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 Head, Throat, Nose, er Skin, Affections of the Liver, Lungs, Stomach, or Bowels— those Terrible Disorders arising from Solitary Habits of Youth—secret and solitary practice* 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 ef 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 upon his 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 penally paid by the victims of improper indulgencies. 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 habita than by the prudent 1 Besides being deprived of the pleasure of healthy offspring, the most serious and destuctive 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 Ihe Royal College of Surgeons, London, Gra luate of one of the most eminent Colleges in the Uni sd States, and the greater part of whose life has been spent in the hospitals of London, Paris, Philadel phia, uid elsewhere, has effected some of the most as tonish ng cures that were ever known ; mauy troubled with ringing in the head and ears when asleep, great nervousness, being alarmed at sudden sounds, bash fulness, with freqnent blushing, attended sometimes wtifi derangement of mind, were cured immediately. TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. Dr. J. addresses all those who have Injured them selves by improper indulgence and solitary habits, which ruin both body and mind, unfitting them for either business, study, society, or marriage. These are some of the sad and melancholy effects produced by early habits of youth, viz: Weakness of the Back and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness of Sight, Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Digestive Functions, General Debility, Symptoms of Consumption, Ac. Mr.ntam.y.—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. Thousand* of persons of all ages can now judge what Is the cause of their declining health, losing their vigor, becoming weak, palo, nervous and emaciated, having a singular appoarance about the eyes, Cough, and Symp toms of Consumption. YOUNG MEN Who have Injured themselves by a certain practlco, indulged In when alone, a habit frequently learned from evil companions, or at school, the effects of which are nightly felt, oven when asleep, and, if not cured, renders marrlago impossible, and deatroys both mind and body, should apply immediately. What "a pity that a young man, the hope of his conn try, the pride of his parents, should bo snatched from all prospect* and enjoyments of life by the consequence of deviating from the path of nature, and indnlging 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 happinoss. lu deed, without these the journey through life becomes a weary pilgrimage; the prospect hourly darkens to the view,the mind becomes shadowed with deapatrand titled 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. *sr No letters received 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 PRE8ST The many thonsands enredat this establishment with in the last twenty years, and the numerous Important Surgical Operations performed by Dr. Johnston, wit nessed by the reporters of the The Sun and many other papers, notices of which have appeared again and again bdfore the public, besides his standing as a gentleman of character and responsibility, is a sufficient guarantee to the afflicted. SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED. Janl9-ly INSURANCE COMPANIES. UNDERA LIBERAL CHARTER from' the General Assembly of Virginia, passed February 2Stb, 1S68, the INSURANCE AND SAVINGS COMPANY OF VIRGINIA Is organized, with an authorized capital of $1,000,000. PRINC1PAI OFFICE AT RICHMOND. officers op tub nisrist DANIEL J. HARTSOOK, President. DAVID J. BURR Secretary. B. C. WHERRY, Jr., Assistant Secretary. directors. Daniei. J. Hartsook, A. Y. Stokes, John Enders, David Currie, W. B. Isaacs, Georhk S. Palmer, William G. Painb, William G. Taylor, Joskru E. Ci.aortt, John C. Williams, Samvel C. Tardy, John B. Davis. This company offers all the Inducements connected witliaHoMK Institution of undoubted ability, and will be prepared, by lh« 12th instant, to make insu rances and issue policies upon Flraand Marine Risks. HT office on Main street, botween Twclftband Thir teenth, over the United States Telegraph Office, apio-lm _ _ __ Vj-UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE New York. Cash assets, Jnly 1st, 1S65, - - $13,C<00,000 00, Annual Income, In cash, - 3,fsX),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 annuallydivided amongst the in sured. Applications can be made to J. B. Macmurdo, A. Bullish, Dr. J. B. Mofaw, John M. Otey, P. F. How ard, or E. B. Meade, with O. F. BREESEE, General Agent. Office—Franklin street, between 7th and htn. 8epl4f Branch office OF THE SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. Capital,.*1,000,non oo. Surplus, ------- 600,000 00. Annual income over ... 1,000,000 00. This Company takes Fire and Marine Rieka 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. Bollikg, John M. Otkv, P. F. Howard, or E. B. Meadr, with 0. F. BREESEE, General Agent, Office Franklin street, between 7th and 8th. sepl4—f Montague a whitall, (Late of the Merchants’ Insurance Company of Richmond,) INSURE Property of all Kinds In the most reliable Companies. They also effect Marun'e Insurance and Life Insurance. Ofpici : No. 231 Main street, Just below the Spots wood Hotel. angle—tf NEWSPAPERS rj'HE “ SENTINEL,” PUBLISHED DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY, RALEIGH, N. C. WM. E. PELL.Proprietor and State Printer. EDITED BY WM E. PELL axu SEATON GALES. THE SENTINEL is an independent newspaper, a warm supporter of the Union axd the Constitution, of Andrew Johnson, our magnanimous President, and his policy, and devoted especially to the recuperatian and prosperity of the Sooth and of North Carolina It labors to promote harmony, good feeling and equal rights among all the States, bnt will rebuke all un founded expressions 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 SexviXEL. Its circulation is believed to he equal to any in the State, if uot the largest. Its advertising patronage is large and growing. The Daily and Weekly are now issued. The Semi Weekly will appear in a shoit time. TERMS: Daily Sentinel, in advance, per year.*10 OO “ “ “ 6 months.6 00 8emi-Weekly, “ per year.6 00 “ “ “ 0 months.2 50 Weekly, ” per year.3 00 •• " 6 months.1 60 mh27-lm SUPERIOR CHEWING TOBACCO AND CIGAR8. 10 kinds of superior Chewing Tobacco anti Cigars 6 kinds of line Cigars For sale by DANDRIDOB A ANDERSON, Jan22-tf_No. 106 Broad street. HERRING’S*COMP. EXT. COLOCYNTH, Herring’s Bxt. Hyoseyamns, Hetring's Ext. Bel ladonna, Herrin#’*Pair. Turkey Rhubarb, for use id prescriptions and for sale, J• BLAIR, mh20t 107 Broa<* RAILROADS. &c. Richmond and danville and PIEDMONT RAILROAD. MAIL AND PASSENGER TRAIN Leave* Richmond dally (except Sunday*) at 7:40, A. M. Arrives at Danville at 4:fiO, P. M. Arrive* at Greensboro’ at 8:20, P. M. Leaves Greensboro' dally (Sundays excepted) at 10:30, P. M. Leaves Danville daily at 5:46, A. M. Arrives at Richmond at 3:15, P. M. Trains connect at Bnrkeville with Trains on the SouthsiJe Railroad for Farmville, Lynchburg, Bristol, Knoxville, Dalton,Chattanooga, Memphis, Ac., Ac. ; at Greensboro’ with Trains on the North Carolina Rail road for Salisbury, Charlotte, Morganton, Lincolntou, Ac., Ac., N. C.; Chester, Winn*boro’, Columbia, Ac., Ac., S. C. THOS. DODAMEAD, mh20-tf ' Superintendent. RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG RAILROAD CO., 1 Richmond, Va., March 6, 1866. $ QHANGE OF SCHEDULE. On and after MONDAY, the 12th lnntant, Trains upon this road will run as follows : Leave Manchester daily at 6:10 A. M., and at 4:25 P. M. Returning, leave Petersburg dally, 5:25 A. M., and at 6:46 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 tho North. On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, a Froight and Accommodation Train leaves Manchester and Pe tersburg at 10:46 A. M. It connects at Petersburg with the Train for Norfolk K. H. GILL, mb6-tf Engineer and Superintendent. ICIIMOND & DANVILLE RAILROAD, SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICE, > Richmond, Feb. 26, 1866. ) NOTICE To"sH!PPER8. The hour up to which FREIGHT 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 out the proper way bill*, to have a fixed hour to slop 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 prepaid. Shippers will please pay their freight hills by four o’clock, P. M. ; otherwise goods will not be sent for ward. THOMASDODAMEAD, mli6 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 daily (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 daily at 8 P. M., arriving in Washington at 6 A.M., connecting with the early morning trains for the North, East and West. The Express and Freight train leaves Richmond tri-woekly, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 6 A. w ...s., w...i.,i t ii ii u with the 7:S0 P. M. Train on the Baltimore and Ohio railroad for New Turk, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Har risburg and the West. Fare by this train to Washington only $6 for first class, and $6 for second class passengers. The Accommodation Train betweou Kichmond and Milford leaves Richmond at 3:30 P. M , arriving at Mil ford at 6 P. M. Through Tickets and Through Baggage Checks to Alexandria, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and all the principal cities In the West. For 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._febUf JpOK LYNCHBURG. RICHMOND AND DANVILLE AND SOUTHSIDE RAIL ROADS. Passenger Trains leave Richmond dally (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 flrst-ciasa rates. The bridges on the Sonthslde road having been re built, this line is NOW OPEN WITHOUT INTERRUPTION TOLYNCH BURO. Passengers leave Richmond at 7:40 A. M., and arrive in Lynchburg at ft P. M. Trains connect at Lynchburg with trains on the Vir ginia and Tennessee railroad. J. H. LESTER, Ticket Agent Richmond and Danville Railroad. _febl2—tf __ _ ICHMOND and DANVILLE RAILROAD. CHANGE 0F"SCIIEDULE. On and after TUESDAY, December 12th, the PASSEN GER TRAIN on this road will run as follows: Leave Richmond daily, Snndays excepted, 7:40 A. M. Arrive at Danville, ft:10 P. M. Leave Danville dally, Sundays excepted, ft:30 A. M. Arrive in Kichmond, 3:1ft P. M. Trains connect at Burkeville with trains on the South side Railroad for Lynchburg, and at Danville with the trains on the Piedmont Railroad, for Greensboro’Char lotto, Ac. THOS. DODAMEAD, Superintendent. decllt— tf Richmond A.vn Pktkkhbi'ru Railroad Co., > Richmond, Ya., April 16,1866. $ NOTICE TO PASSENGERS.—Hereafter there will only be one Train run each way over this road on Sundays, leaving as follows : Manchester.At ft:10, A. M. Petersburg.At 6:4ft, P. M. E. H. GILL, apl6-2w Engineer and Superintendent. OFFICE RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG RAILROAD COMPANY, Richmond, Va., March 23,1866. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. illfr On and after Ibis date Ml freights for shipment over this road must he at Manchester Crossing by 3 o’clock P. M. No Freight will lie received after that hour. J. H. WOODCOCK, tnh23-lf General Freight Agent. Omcg Richmond and Pktersbcru R. R Co., > Richmond, January 3,1866. S ON AND AFTER THE 7TII OFfTEl JANUARY, 1866, the Sunday KveningSffiS: Passenger Trains will run on this road as heretofore, leaving Manchester at 3:ftft I*. M. and leaving Pocahon tas at 6:10 P. M., arriving at Manchester at 7 P. M. E. H. GILL, Ian4-tf Engineer and Superintendent. LUMBER, CEMENT, &c. j^UMBEK AND CEMENT. ^ WILSON, GLAZEBROOK & CO., LUMBER DEALERS. Corner Tenth and Canal Streets—South Side Basin, Have ou hand aud offer for sale a full assortment of SEASONED aud UNSEASONED YELLOW and WHITE PINE 60.000 feet 1}, 11 tnd 2-lnch Yellow Pine 60,i)00 feet Scantling and Joist, assorted sizes 20.000 feet Garden Rails 60.000 feet Nova Scotia Pine, various sizes 30.000 feet 1-iuch White Pine Boards LATH8, 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's celebrated James river CEMENT, weighing 300 pounds to the barrel, and have now on hand a full supply, which we offer for sale, and guarantee each barrel sound. JanS—tf GUANO. Guano, guano, guano.—no. i iv ruvian, as imported; Ammonlated Phosphatic Guano; Bone D'lst; Fish Guano.—The Ammonlated Phosphatic Guano is carefully manufactured from Pe ruvian and Na vassa in the right proportions to suit va rieties of soils and crops. It is highly recommended bv 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 for acircnlar. For sale in quan tities to suit by ATKINSON, TEN EYCK h CO., General Agents for Virginia. Main street, second door above Eighth. mh29t__ __ OERUYIAN GUANO.—Genuine No. l I PERUVIAN GUANO, direct from the Agent of the Peruvian Government, for sale, to arrive, bv ROBERT F. WILLIAMS, apl.'if No. 44 Cary street. MERCHANT TAILORS. JOHN E. DOHERTY, MERCHANT TAILOR, Main street, between Eighth and Ninth, has received his Spring stock of CLOTHS, CASSIMBRES, \ E8T1N0S, to which he calls attention. The stock is large aud con tains the various weaves, colors and qualities pro duced for the sesfton by the most celebrated makers. Strength of color and durability of fabric has been bis object in selection. Confident that his judgment will be approved, he asks an examination, and, »* *fe same time, pledges the STYLES OP GARMENT shall he satisfactory to aM who order. W. S. TUPMAN, for a long time in the clothing trade, can be found at Mr. Doherty's store, where he will bo pleased to show the stock, which he can recommend as perfect in every partlcnlar. He alto MAKE. SHIRTS TO ORDER, good in quality, low in priee as possible, and a fit guaranteed. . , Main street, between Eighth and Ninth. mhlo-Im JOHN LATOUCHE, DRAPER AND TAILOR, Franklin street, next to the comer of Fourteenth, Has now received and will keep constantly on hand a choice assortment of goods suitable to the styles and ' B —As he sells exclusively for cash, be is enabled to offer a first-class article at a low price. rah lit STEAMBOATS, Ac. Pacific' mail' steamship . COMPANY’S TROUGH LiNE ^ ± ^ TO CALIFORNIA, MEXICAN PORTS, AND CARRYING THE UNITED STATES VAIL, TU ROUGH IS TWENTY-TWO DAY8. Steamships on thb Connecting on thb Pacific Atlantic : with thb ARIZONA, COLORADA, HENRY CHA0NCEY, CONSTITUTION, NEW YORK. GOLDEN CITY, OCEAN QUEEN, SACRAMENTO, NORTHERN LIGHT, GOLDEN AGE, COSTA RICO, MONTANA, Sic., An, One of the above large and splendid Steamship* will LEAVE PIER NO. 42, NORTH RIVER, foot of Canal street, at 12 o'clock, noon, on the 1st, 11th and 21st of every month (except when those dates fall on Sunday, and then on the preceding Saturday), for ASPINWALL, connecting, via Panama Railway, with one of the Company’s Steamships from Panama for SAN PLAN CISCO, tonching at ACAPULCO. Departnres of 1st and 21st connect at Panama with steamers for South Pacific anj Central American Ports. Thoseof lsttoncb at Manzanillo. A discount of onr quarter from steamers’ rates al lowed to second cabin and steerage passengers 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, railroads, 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 Cansfl street, North River, New York. mh2—3m F. W. ii. BELLOWS, Agent. jfOR NEW YORK. ATLANTIC COAST MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY. The splendid new side-wheal steamships HATTERAS, Lewis Parrish, Commander ; ALBEMARLE, H. A. Bourne, Commander: Leave Richmond every TUESDA\T and SATURDAY. Feave New York WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. These ships are entirely new, and were built ex pressly for the route. They have splendid saloons and staterooms, and the fare, accommodations and attention are unsurpassed. Passage, meals and stale-rooms included, $13. Goods shipped by this line are landed regularly at New York, on the Company's covered pier, within forty-eight hoars. * 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 route. Freights for points beyond New Y'ork will be for warded with despatch, and no charge made, except ac tual expenses incurred. These ships diseharge cArgo in New York, at Pier No. '.18, 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 or exposure. Insurance is very low by these ships, and the economy in time, insurance.and condition in which goods are de livered, makes this thocheapest route from Virginia, insurance effected at lowest rates when ordered. AGENTS: Livingston, ro* , Samuel Ayres A Co., Richmond, Va. Calwell A Dunn, City Point and Petersburg. T. II. Webb, Norfolk, Va. For freight or passage, apply to SAMUEL^A YRES A CO., Agents, Office corner of Cary and Virginia streets, oppo site the Tobacco Exchange. nov20—tf__ QFFICE OF WELLS, FARGO A CO., NEW YORK AND CALIFORNIA EXPRESS AND EXCHANGE COMPANY, No. 1*4 Broadwny, New York. SHIPPERS OF FREIGHT TO THE PACIFIC COAST Will please tike notice, that having been appointed FREIGHT AGENTS OF THE PACIFIC MAIL STEAM SHIP COMPANY, We are prepared to receive Freight for CALIFORNIA, OREGON, NEVADA, WASHINGTON TERRITORY, SANDWICH ISLAND8, CENTRAL AMERICA, AND WESTERN COAST OF SOOTH AMERICA. For rates apply at onr office, No. S4 Broadway, or freight office on dock foot of Canal street. Steamers will sail 1st, Ilth and 21st of each month ; those dates falling on SUNDAY, on preceding SATUR DAY. NO SLOW FREIGHT RECEIVED ON DAY OF SAIL ING. FREIGHT MUST BE DELIVERED ON DOCK FOOT OF CANAL STREET. Bills of Lading will be issued at No. 84 Broadway. Onr usual Package Express will be sent by each steamer AND WILL CLOSE AT 10 A. M. ON SAILING DAY. Onr Letter Bags will close at 11:30 A. M. For conve nience of onr up-town customers a letter hag will be kept at the Metropolitan Hotel and on the dock foot of Canal street. onr FRANKED ENVELOPES will be on sale at the office of the Hotel and at our offices, No. 84 Broadway and Canal street dock. All letters sent through us MUST BE*IN GOVERN MENT ENVELOPES. Sight Exchange on San Francisco for sale. Telegraphic transfers of money made to all point* reached by the wires on West Coast. California Coupons bought at best rale*. novb-*t>in WELLS, 'FARGO ft CO. BOOTS, SHOES, &c. New spring stock boots and SHOES.—Just received onr Spring Stock of Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes, Ladies' Balmorals Misses’ Calf Balmorals Boys' and Youths’ Fine Balmorals Children’s Fine Polish Balmoral*. Our stock Is very large and well snited lo the trade, and the attention of ourrnstomers Is solicited, assuring them that we can sell them good Boots and Shoes as low as they can be had in this or any other city. PUTNEY Si WATTS, mh2lf Donntn'* Building, Governor at, JDOOTS AND SHOES. We have received, on consignment, the fol lowing BOOTS and SHOES, which will be 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' On in Overshoes, Children* Goat and Metalic tipped Boots, Childrens Goat mock-welt Boots, Infants Kid Bools. ALSO, One Case Men’s Calf W. P, lap-sole Boots. jan27t GARDNER A CARLTON. REMO VAIS. T^UPUY & McKIKNEY, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Have removed their office 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 trust from long experience to he able to give satisfaction to all who may patronize them. febl2--8m J^EMOVAL. 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 supcrSne Virginia Flour Superior old Kentucky Rye Whiskey Extra quality French Brandy Scuppemung Wlce Soused Pigs Feet Canv&sed Hams „ , ,, . Also, a large lot of heavy staple Dry Goods, all of which they offer for sale at the lowest market rates to close consignments. .... , They solicit consignments of all kinds of PRODUCE and MERCHANDISE, and are prepared to receive a large qoanllty of "'£"*£• JAMKS 4 crt >f Cary street, deelfi_tf 3d door from above Thirteenth street. TREMOYAL. 9ABdnZK 4 CARLTON Have REMOVED to their new store Bnildlng, No. ft, on Fourteenth or Pearl ureet, where they offer to the trade a full and *<>,*! assortment of BOOTS,,SHOES and HATS. janlltt Removal.—on the first of janu. arVt ](mg, we will remove our business to Nos. 27# snd 281 Broadway, (up stairs,) directly opposite A. T. Stewart A Co. HALL- 800THW1CK A CO. jf b —We would call attention, in connection with above notice of oar removal, to our increased facilities for nmnufact taring Ladies', Misses' and Children's Ma chine Bowed Wurk of ail kinds. dec22-<n> K M O V A L~. C08BT, PUG1I A CO., TOBACCO AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND FORWARDING AGENTS, Have removed to Thirteenth street, between Main and Cary, and wUl give their undivided attention to the »ale of MA.vrpicTfKEi) and Leaf Tobacco, Wheat, Flour, Corn, and everv variety of country produce, and respectfully solicit the patronage of their frlend" *nd the pnblie. *Pnt WOOLEN BUSINESS SUITS For SPRING AND SUMMER, From *13 to $60, from common to Bne, from large to plit** *^ *Ui'1 WM. IRA SMITH A ( 0. LIME One hundred barrels No. 1 ROCK LAND LIME, for sale bgBRT p WILLIAMS, Of the late Brmof K H Bkinker A Co., Richmond,) aplSf No. « Cary street. STEAMBOATS, Ac. yIRGLNJA TO EURO? K DIRECT. nEnr.*aM FROM RICHMOND, PETERSBURG AND NORFOLK TO LIVERPOOL. Tha Splendid British Steamship EPHESUS, 3,000 tons, Captain Wtl.tlAk CoLMXoa, Will sail from Virginia for Liverpool direct, ON OR ABOUT MAT 1ST. *5T Freight at low rates. •i?" Advances made on consignments to oar friend*. For particulars, apply to R. H. DIBKELL, Agent, Richmond. CHIEVES A oSBORNE, Agent*, Petersburg WILLIAM LAMB, Agent, Norfolk. » Messrs Mac ANDREWS A Co., Agents, Liverpool. mhlS-td T?REIGHT FOR.”NEW YORK aawi „ i AND BOSTON. latWCl J _ dECMS INLAND ROUTE. VIA CHESAPEAKE BAY AND C» NAL, THROUGH TO NEW YORK. THB OLD POWHATAN STEAMBOAT COMPANY I The new and first class steamers STATE OF MARY LAND, PETERSBURG and STATE OF VIRGINIA, arc now receiving and forwarding merchandise of all dr scrlption* from Richmond to Philadelphia, New York and Boston, in connection with the Cans! Line of dally steamers from Baltimore. These steamers leave Richmond every Monday, Wed nesday and Saturday, for Baltimore. Good* shipped on those days will be landed lr New York on the third day thereafter. Shippers will take notice that goods shipped by Ibis line do not go to sga, bat are carried entirely through IXI.axD, thus saving or superseding the necessity of in surance against sk i risks. The large sue of the steamers belonging to this line enable ns to carry goods at leas than by any other route. Freight for points beyond New York will be forward ed with dispatch. This line Is the only one that connects with » dally line from Baltimore for Philadelphia and New York, and that ran give through receipts. No dnyage or commission charged. The two lines oorupy th« same wharf in Baltimore. For’freight or passage, apply to DAVID A WM. CURRIE, Office at Charles T. Wortham A Co.’s, oct24—ts Fifteenth street. I f"|NHE BALTIMORE AND HA L VASA 8. S. COMPANY. ALEX. BROWN A SONS, * General Agents. FOR HAVANA AND NEW ORLEANS. CARKT1NG THE U. S. MAIL. The first-class Steamships of this Line will sail as follows: ••CUBA," 1,100 tons, WILLIAM ROLLINS. Commander, On WEDNESDAY, April 2.1th. "LIBERTY,” l,2fW tons, WILLIAM J. STAFFORD, Commander, on SATURDAY,-. From Brown’s Wharf, F. P., at 4 o’clock P. M. pre cisely on the day* annonnead. For freight or passage, having unsurpassed accom modations, applv to HENRY M. WARFIELD A CO., Agents, No. 16 Spear's Wharf. N. B.—No bills of lading hot those ot the Company will be signed. Permits for freight nm*t be procured from this office. No freight received or hill* of lading Mitfned orj diy o: mailing. Freight forward«d to m» will be h hipped to New OrleaiiH and Havana by the tt#am nlilpH of thin Company five of all chxrtfe*. except dray age and wharfage, and bill* of lading iHHued on n*cf>p tton of the goods to Baltin apl$-ly jgALTIMORE AND HAVANA ^ ^ STEAMSHIP COMPANY. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS. Jg In consequence of the rigid quarantine of vesaela at New Orleans from Havana, until further notice lh« UtMWklM Of tlii* line will he despatched to NEW OR LEANS DIRECT, calling at Havana upon homeward voyages only. I'nder this change the steam - hip “CUBA,” Captain Wn>. Kollina, will -ail for New Orleans on WEDNES DAY, 2flth Inst., at four o'clock, P. M., precisely, from Brown's wharf, F. P. First-class passage.#70 00 Second-class do. Go oo Steerage. 30 00 For freight or passage apply to HENRY M. WARFIELD & CO., Agent*, aplS-7t IS Sp- ir s wh.ir'. pOR NEW YORK. ^ ATLANTIC COAST MAIL STEAMSHIP <1TUTV» COMPANY. IBBSIBb The new and elegant side-wheel iteam*bip “ALBEMARLE ” Captain H. A. Borax*. Will leave her wharf at Rocketts on 8ATURDAT, 21«l April, at 9 o'clock A. M. Passengers are requested to be punctual. For freight or pas-age, haring unsurpassed accom modations, apply to Samuel ayiks a co., aplS-dt Cary and Virgin a streets. rpHBOUGH TO mirnifc 1 TON AND BUCHANAN IN 27ltt#J OV" « HOURS. 11 — By Railroad to Lynchburg, and Canal Packets from thence to Lexington and Buchanan, fare through #10. By Packet Boat all the way, from Richmond GS hours, Fare #•>. Including meals #9. Passengers leaving Richmond at 7.1fl by Central and Orange and Alexandria night train, also Washing ton City, connect with the boats at Lynchburg, Mon day, Wednesday and Friday, at 7 next A. M , and ar rive in Lexington and Buchanan at 10} P. M , 27} boors through. RETURNING, ‘ heave Lexington and Buchanan at 4 A M , Monday, Wednesday and Friday, arrive in Lynchbnrg at ft P. .V connect with the cars and arrive in Richmond and Wa-hinglon at ft A. M , ?5hours through. The boats connect In Lynchburg, also, with the Vir- ' glnia and Tennessee Mail trains, both going and return lng. Fare to Lynchbnrg, #ft. Our boats leave Richmond as usual, Mondav, Wednes day and Friday at ft P. M. K. EDMoND. ap9-tf_ OR FREIGHT OR CHARTER*—The fe. line British Schooner LUCY ANN, Woodroe,«flX master. Capacity l.ftuo to 2,WW barrels. Foi^8*'*" terms apply to apl2-lw FRENCH A CRENSHAW. IJV)R HALIFAX, NOVA SCOTIA.- £& ' The British brig STARLIGHT, Captain .1 A.s&TY Scott, now in the Dock, will be despatched imm*-”"" *’ diatelv to the above port. For freight, apply to CASKIE k BROTHERS, apl.t-Iw Seventh snd Franklin streets. 170 R HALIFAX, NOVA SCOT IA r The British brig W. D. NASH will sail as above, so soon as cargo is completed. 2iSSl For freight, apply to mb22f FRENCH A CRENSHAW 170R LIVERPOOL. ±+i - ^ The A No. 1 barque QUEEN VICTORIA, now at City Point, Is ready to receive freight for Liverpool Liberal advance* made on consignment, to my friends In London, Liverpool or Dublin. For freight, apply to R. H. DIBKELL. }an24-tf CO-PABTNERSHIP NOTICES. Dissolution.—Th.- «rm <>f tinslky 4 SHEPPF.RSON wax di»xolved on the IIr.t day of January, 1666, by mutual consent. The name of the Arm will be conlinned only hereafter In the settlement of accounts. C- TINSLEY , jan24-tf ». F. HHEPPER80N. CT C. TINSLKY, J% CARPENTER AND BUILDER, Will continue the business at the old stand of TINS LEY' A SHEPPERhON, corner of Id and Grace streets. Being thankful for past favor*, solicits a continuance of the same from hi* friends and the public generally, pledging himself to give satisfaction in all work done. JanVtf _C. C. TINSLEY. CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICE.—I hare this day associated with me Mr. Joseph Pettyjohn, and the business wil! in future be conducted under tbe style of LEE A PETTTJOHN. Thankful for the patronage extended to me for the last twenty years, I solicit a continuance of the same to the new concern. A. 8. LF.E Janlf CO-P ARTNERSHIP.—The undersigned have this day entered Into a co-partnership under the Arm and style of BELL, SHEPHERD 4 CO., For the purpose of conducting a GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS. For the sale «f all Country Prodnce, Lumber, Wool, Ac., and by strict attention to business, hope to merit and receive a liberal share of business from their friends and the public generally Mr. CHARLES C. KLLKTT, a m«n of long experience a* a builder In this city, will give hi« personal attention to the sale of all consignments <>f Lumber. Onr office, for the present, will be at the corner of Eighth street and the Basin. , Bg n0Tly aLBIN L. SHEPHERD. jQO-PABTNEBSHIP. The undersigned have this day formed a co-partner ship nnder the name and style of WATKINS, COTTRELL A CO., For the purpose of conducting the IMPORTING AND GENERAL HARDWARE and SADDLERY BUSINESS, In all it* branches, Wholesale and Retail, and have taken tbe large and commodioua store, No. lJi Mx:u Street, where we will be pleased to see our friend* and tbe public generally. We would especially incite the friend* and customer* of the late firm of SMITH, KHODBS a cg. We will endeavor to keep a full and attractive stock „f goods, and hope by strict attentiou to business to merit u share of the public patronage. CLAIBORNE WATKINS, formerly with Smith, Rhode* A Co. April 2J, 1666. >0. L. COTTRELL. rpo THE PUBLIC. I have this dav made a business arrangement with Messrs. WATKINS, COTTRELL A CO., and would re spectfully solicit the patronage of my friend* nod the customers of the lute firm of RHODES, WILSON A HURT. From my long experience In the Hardware trade, 1 feel confident that I can give entire satMbctton to all who may favor me with a call. Respectfully ap9-t _ _ W. S. HURT. MAC KEREL—-150 kits Nob. I and 2 MACKEREL, just received and for sale. mh24f A. Y. STOKES A CO,