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^XTENSIVK LAND AGENCY. We have, jeeentlv, move enquiries for lauds la South ern Vlrftula. We have many tract! on oar list not ad vertised. Purchasers who are not suited so the edver “•?* w*“ *° enquiry at oar a Ace or by letter. We may bo ablo to offer each laud* aa they want. We charge no commissions If no salt la made la a reasonable time. REFERENCES.—William T. Sutherltn, William T. Clarh, W. 8. Patton (Ataker), Bouldin A Boaldin (At torneye). Danvtli#, Virginia ; James M. Whittle, Hon George H. Gilmer, Hon. William M. Treadway, Pittsyl vania Coart House, Virginia; John K. Bdmunda, Hali fax Court House, Virginia. Wood Boaldin, Charlotte eounty, Virginia; Hon. William Daaiel, Richmond or Lynchburg; James Alfred Jones, Charles B. Williams, A T Stokss A Co., Richmond, Virginia; IfaUwain, Son A Co., Jooeph B. Vaaable A Co., Petersburg, Vlr «nla; Brank X. Watkins, Farmvllle, Virginia; John llson, Samuel Wathlns, Milton, Xorth Carolina ; Hon. Edwin 0. Read, Roxborongh, Xorth Carolina; Samuel P. Hill, Tancey vllle, Xorth Carolina ; Willie J Palm er, Charles Dewey, Raleigh, Xorth Carolina; Bullitt A Falrthorue, Philadelphia , Samuel Ayres, Son A Co., Char!** R. Hunt, William L. Hill, Clement Read, Cha*. D. Hill, New York; Little, Brown A Co., Boston, Mass ; McCiiah, Rives A Co., Herbert A Hairston, Baltimore, Maryland; John B. McPhail, Norfolk, Virginia; Con way Robinson, Alexandria, Virginia. We offer the following: AUCTION SALB OP REAL ESTATE. Will be sold at auction, without reserve, 1st of May next, wn a credit of six, twelve and eighteen months, equal instalments, an Improved tract of LAND, 306 scree, one and a-half miles from Danville; DWEL LING-HOUSE, six rooms ; very good ut-hoase*. fine garden, good orchard ; susceptible of division to make two farms of about Ut> sere* each ; near enough for s i business otfice in Danville ; land produce* best manu facturing tobacco ; a deep, free, grey, tpft soli, snd ad ■ninthly suited for a dairy farm and market gardens.— The growing prospect* of Danville, with probability of j a railroad to Lynchburg, make this attractive property for Investment. Will b* said an the same day, and same terms, a highly improved and beautiful LOT, within a few hun dred yards of corporate limits of Danville, on the road which Is a continuation of Main street. Brick DWEL LING, two stories, four room*, two passages, olfice with two rooms In the yard, good kitchen, smoke-house and stable; all the buildings new ; well of fine water; ex cellent garden, with fruit; yard, with grown forest trees, ci rma.me» r\lm.lly One i OdtNi - We offer for sale a valuable GOLD MINE TRACT, containing four hundred and forty acres, in the heart of the gold region of Burke and McDowell counties. North Carolina, eleren miles from railroad termination at Morgantown. When worked the mine yielded a considerable amount of gold In a short time. Price •16,006, one-half cash, residue in twelve months, with discount of twelve per cent, for cash on deferred pay ment. A tract of MX HUNDRED ACRES, about eight miles north of Pittsylvania Court House, all in original forest, heavily timbered, situated on ihe main road from Lvnchbarg to Danville, on the Immediate line of the contemplated railroad from Lynchburg to Danville. Also, a tract of ONE HUNDRED AXD THIRTY THREE ACRES of thin land, on the White G»k moun tain (thirty acre* in wood , from Danville. Aigo, a tract in Sarrr county* tfortb Carotin a, nefet the Yadkin rir.r-TtfO HUNDRED AND FOURTEEN ACRES' all la wood. Also, a very desirable PRIVATE KBSIDBXCB, newly built, With four large room* snd two passage*, two storied, with unasuslly large garden site and lot, In a very desirable part of Danville. Also, 81XTBBX SMALL Lt>T8, between the Plank and County r»ad*. about two seres each, about on# and a half miles from Danville. Sold In lots to euit pur chaser*. Also, one of the very finest private residences In Dsnfiile, on Main street. Joining the Farmer’s Bank. Also, a MILL SITE, at or near Milton, with 14 acres of laud attached. The mill, before It was burnt, had a splendid custom. Price 82,000. Also, a TRACT OF LAXD, In Appomattox County, Virginia—235 acres—within two aad-a-haif miles of Psiupllu’e Depot, susceptible of highest improvement. Price *3,000. FI VE ACRBS, in the county of Halifax, south aide of Pan river, twelve miles south of Boston Depot. Terms —*2.574 cash or *2,800 an a credit of twelve months. Bond with approved security, bearing interest from JVlso, FIVE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES on Cain creelr, three and a half miles northeast of Dan ville—all land of good body, in good condition and little worn. Will be told together or in two tracts, one of 205 aeres for *l,50o cash. The two together for •7,000cash, or *8,000, one-fourth cash, residue in six, twelve and eighteen months. Also, A HOUSE AND LOT IN MILTON, NORTH CARO LINA, situated in the most central and business part of tbe town. Can be bonght aheap. Also, a TRACT of two hundred acres, more or less, nine miles from Danville, on Richmond and Danville Railroad. Produces fine yellow tobacco. Terms— *1,940 cash, or *2,000, *1,000 cash, residue in one and two years. Also, 230 acres, situated in the coal region of Rock ingham county, North Carolina, one mile from the town of Madisou. This land is well adapted to ail tbe sta ple crops of that region. Price *4.t.i40, one-half cash, residue in tweive mouths, with interest from date. Also, by tbe same owner, a HOUSE and LOT in Madi son, North Carolina . Lot contains Si acres; a good loca tion for a physician. Price *1,800. Same terms as plantation. Also, some desirable TRACTS OF LAND In the coun ties of Charlotte and Mecklenburg, Virginia, and two valuable MINERAL TRACTS iu the county of Kanawha, West Virginia. * Any Information In regard to the above property will be promptly furnished on application to u». READ A HILL, )au2S-tf Land Agents, Danville, Va. SOUTHERN LAND AND MINING OFFICE. ATKINSON. TEN ETCK A CO., Maix Strkkt, ebcoxp door above Eighth, Buy And cell on commission all descriptions of Real Bstate. Mixes or Coal. Lead, Copper, etc., QrARRius, Fceeaces, Mills and Water-Powers. Large Estates explored and mapped out. No charge for Registration. General Agency of Wilder's Salauaxdke Sap Re, which stood the test in our great lire. Sole Agencv of Cooke’s “Ammoniated Phosphatic Quano," carefully manufactured from Peruvian and Na vaasa. finely comminuted and perfectly dry. It con tains eight per cent, of ammonia Its quality Is guar anteod to be uniform. It is preferred by planters to No. 1 Peruvian. It is highly recommeuded by Prof. Liebig, of Baltimore, and Kraft, of New York, to whose analyses we invite attention. VIRGINIA LANDS WANTED . »pHT SEWING MACHINES. &c. HJMfKOPoLlTAN FURNISHING ROOMS, 179 BROAD STREET. LADIES' ASD CHILDRESS CLOAKS. DRESSES AND UNDER-C.ARMENTS Made to order la the MOST FASHIONABLE STYLES. TUCKING. STITCHING, EMBROIDERY, QUILTING, And every description of FAMILY SEWING, Beautifully done on tbe GROVER A BAKER HKW1NG MACHINE, At the New OSes, 179 Broad street. K. C. STEVENS, Agent. N B—MACHINES RBPAlKKD. uhl3-tf LUBRICATING OIL, &c. CHESEBROUGH’S PATENT LUBRI CATING OILS.—As agent for the sale of these OILS, I Invite attention to their claims on the patronage oftbo public: let They are, beyond question, the best and meet economical lubricator, ever discovered. 2d. Their density is such that one gallon will lnbri cale perfectly, for a given time, as much machinery as two gallons of moot of iho lubricators generally used. Sd. They stand 32* Beaume aad 4o* Fahrenheit, which ia very near the weight of Sperm. 4th. They Will Stand a heat teat of 2U0“ Fahrenheit. 5th; They will not chill at 10“ below Zero. 4th. They contain no acid, nor has any acid whatever been used In their manufacture. 7th. They are free from all impurities, and are war ranted not to gam ; bat, on the contrary, will preserre machinery free from gummy accumulations. Sth. They are 26 per cent, cheaper in price than other oil*. 1 am prepared to supply these oils in packages to salt dealers, and respectfully solicit orders B. DENNIS, Cary, between 15th and 16th sts. mhl*T Richmond, Va. DAVID B. CLARK, foiwerly with Messrs. M Blair A Co , respectfully informs hie old customers and friends that he can be round at the above honse, and solicits their trade. SCALES. Agency and depot for'the sale or FAIRBANK S A CO.’S STANDARD SCALES. We axe sol* Meat* la th* city of Richmond tot th* ■ale of Fair bass's A Co.’s celebrated STANDARD, PLATFORM. WAREHOUSE and COUNTER SCALES, and keep constantly on hand a large and complete as sortment of all the leading sixes and atylea, which w* offer at manufacturer's prices. W. 8. DONNAN A CO., Governor street, oetSO-tf Richmond, Va. Book bindery and blank book MANUFACTORY.—The subscribers have, at con 8tted up and established a complete BOOK lS1NDKRY AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTORY, y** Merchant*. Bunks and Bankers, Insurance of Courts, Printers, and other., the Richmond l k*Tl“* lWr 61»nk Book, made In l^ok”^ Mu “ JTdP»‘,nPoP‘apk,,U- periodicals. Bind u<£^.-7ft*or-p*ttern d#“r#<‘' pXuy WOODRorSEAPARHAM. (Late dame. Woodhoo.e A Co.,) “d Stationers, _P»»*mor .treet, near Main French clocks. MUSICAL BOXES GOLD AND SILVER Watcrco Valuable OIL PAINTISog/t*8'. Selling dally at On* Dollar Each at URKj&JV,’. * | CO.'a Jewelry Depot, 79 Main street. * i On Saturday, the l«th Inst., the following, _ I other valuable articles, were obtained Di.d ® Moseley, of the irm of Blunt A Moseley, 98 Main tUe.t I got a French Clock, valued at Eloo. w m F rr».i.r’ Barber at the Exchange Hotel, got a French Clock (g gilt frame and glass shade, valued at 8174; and R. s. ' ganxay. Fourth street, near Gamble's Hill, received a large Musical Box, valued at 8140 For list of other reliable articles received by va rtoua parties, see our advertisement In another col umn. ap!7-Iw JOHN W. LEE A SON, HOUSE AND SION PAINTERS AND GLAZIERS, Corner Eighth and Grace streets. Wall* and Ceilings Whitened or Colored. Will un dertake order* la the country. Having hud u long experience in the business, they engage to give satisfaction. GEORGE W. LEE, aplHuJOHN W LEE. Flour, CORN MEAL And MILL OFFAL Can now be had at th* Gallogo Mill*' Coin Mill FLOUR oi MEAL exchanged for WHEAT or CORN. aplS-81* _ WARWICK A BARKSDALE. WHITE LEAD, FROM THE “NATIONAL WHITE LEAD WORKS,'' la <taentitie* to sail dealers, for aal# by the agents, PALMER, HART800K A CO., aplSf Libby Buildings. VTUTS, .NUTS, NUTS—Princess or Paper JLl Shell, Botdo, Paragons, lace and Sicily AL MONDS , mw crop Walnuts, PECANS, Bra ill Nuts, Fil berts, for sal* at reduced prices by LOUIS J. BOS8ISUX, split No. So Main straet. NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS. JOHNB .FULLER, manufacturer and dialer. So. 8 Day street. Sew York, Has In sure and ready tor immediate shipment, and la manufActurlng to order, PORTABLE AND STATIONARY STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, 1 to 560 horse power; Circular and Upright law HU la of ths moat approved construction, of all vises, cutting I 700to 1300 feet of lumber per hour; Grist MU*, Mill Irons, Watar Wheel*, and every kind of Mill Ma chinery; Sugar Mills, Paper and Mining Machinery; Tool*, Tanka, Ac . for Oil and Salt Work*; Cotton and Woolen Machinery, ft* Vertical Planers, Woodworth Planing Ma i Iron Pinners, ,, . „ Engine Lathes, 0™7 * Wood . Planing Ma ! Daio*'l**'Pl»nlng Machine, : LWr., 1^onmci^blnss. slenm Pump . Power Morticing Machines, I fjjjjj* Foot Morticing Machine*, Boring Mschlnss, £&» A. »*?»" T#n0ni“K n--fgeka 00100*, ^ pbIIsts and Hang- Circular Saw Benches. ’Wright's Patent Scroll Saw. itnboer and Leather Balt- Patent Belt Scroll Saws, Circular Reaerving Mill* Laather and Rubber Ho**, Upright Reserving Mill* Plumbing and Ga* Fit- Rotary and Mining Pumps ting. Every description of Ma Steam and Gas Pipes, chlnery and Railway Sup Steam and Water Ganges, plies COTTON GINS 1 COTTON GINS ! COTTON GINS! Taylor Eagle, Brown, Southern, Craven, Excelsior and McCarthy Cotton Gina, with engine* or horse pow ers, and everything required for Ihe same, in .lore, and for sale at thi lowest price. Your orders are respect ful ly solicited. _oct-3—ly T DAVKGA’S PURCHASING BUREAU, Nos. 39 ado 40 Park Row. All kinds of MERCHANDISE PURCHASED. Experienced and competent buyers engaged, orders fllled promptly and faithfully at the lowest price*, ami purchases made only from flrst-claas and reliable houses. Orders will be Illed, PAYABLE ON DELIVERY, when a sufficient sum 1* remitted to cover Freight and Com itiisalons. Coma^saions on sums not exceeding 1100, FIVE per Kl oiumUslon* on sums exceeding 1100, TWO AND A LF per cent. _ Address ISAAC DA VEGA, nov20—tf P. 0. Box 170S, New York. ^AFES.SAFES. KEEN EEL A AXTMANN, Manufacturers of Krkxurl's Iufuovid Firi sud Bcuolau-Puoop SALAMANDER SAFES. THE MOST RELIABLE SAFES NOW KNOWN 1 ,V». log Buoour St., bitwerh Norfolk aud 8pffolk, NEW YORK. tf orders solicited. novSO-ly . TAMES WILDE, J*, A CO., f) Manufacturers and J obbers of CLOTHING, M abd 67 Whits strkxt. First door West of Broadway, NEW YORK. Jams Wild*, Jb. Job* 8. Wudb. Jo*. Wild*. _ [aplfi—tf] Q. PARSONS, H**r*ACTrB*B HADFIELD'S DNION FIREWORKS, IMPOST IB CHINESE FIRE-CRACKERS, ROCKETS, ETC., MAAtTPACTrBKB LANTERNS, FLAGS, ETC. Also, * large assortment of his own Importation of TOTS AND FANCY GOODS. ■VNo. 24 John street, near Broadway, NBW YORK. oct!8--ly_ RICE & LONG, CAR BU1L.DERS, TRENTON, N. J. IS2 Bboadwat, New Yobb, 1340 Biacb Strut, Pbiladilphia, Pa., Are prepared to execute with despatch orders for all description* of PASSENGER and FREIGHT CARS. Especial attention U invited to their PATENT STEAM PASSENGER CARS, now rnnniug so successfully and • t onomlcally on many Northern and Western roads. _ A 1S2 BROADWAY. New York. 1,340 BEACH STREET, Philadelphia. Refer to Gao. W. Gates, Esq., Portsmouth, Va. nov4—ly*_ rjs H E NEWS. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY I THE NEW YORK WEEKLY AND SEMI WEEKLY NEWS. GREAT FAMILY NEWSPAPERS! BENJAMIN WOOD Kilter and Proprietor. Jonrnala of politics, literature, fashions, market and financial reports, interesting mis cellany, and news from all part* of the world. Im provements introduced. Immense circulation* deter mined on. The largest, best and cheapest papers pub lished In New York. NEW YORK WEEKLY NEWS, published every Wednesday—single copies 3 cents ; one c..py, one year' $3 ; three copies, one year, S3 30; five copies, one year, $S 75; ten copies, one year, 817, and an extra copy to any clnb of ten ; twenty copies, one v»ar, 830. The Weekly News is sent to clergymen at 81 60. SEMI-WEEKLY NEWS, published every Tues day and Priday—single copies, one year, 84 : three co pies, one year, 810; five copies, one year, 813; ten co pies, one year, 830, and an extra copy to any club of ten; twenty copies, one year, 855; to clergymea, 83. NSW YORK DAILY NEWS—to mail subscribers, 810 per annnm ; six months, 85. For sale by all newsdeal ers. Specimen copies of Dally and Weekly News seat free. Address BENJ. WOOD, Dalty News Building, No. l» City Hall Square, New York City. sepSO—tf PacifTc hotel, 170, 172, 174 and 178 Greenwich street, One square west of Breadway, Between Conrtland and Dey strsets, NEW YORK. JoHN PATTEN, JR.PROPRIETOR. The PACIFIC HOTEL Is well and widely known to the travelling public. The location is especially suita ble to merchants ini business men. It Is la close prox imity to the business part of the city ; is on the highway of Southern and Western travel, and adjacent to all the principal railroad and steamboat depots. The Pacific has literal accommodations for over three hnudred guests; it is well furnished, and possesses every modern improvement for the comfort and enter tainment of Its inmates. The rooms are spacions and well ventilated ; provided with gas and water ; the at tendance is prompt and respectful, and the table is gen sronsly provided with every delicacv of the season. The subscriber, who, for the past few years, has besn ■ the lessee. Is now sols proprietor, and intends to iden tify himself thorooghly with the Interests of his honss. With long experience as a hotel-keeper, he trusts, by moderate charges and a liberal policy, to maintain the favorable reputation of the Pacific Hotel. To prevent overcharge by hackmen, the coaches of the hotel are owned by the proprietor. •ep2S—ly _ _J0HNPATTB5, Ja._ DURYEA’S maizena, Was the only "prep tratlon for food from Indian Corn” that received a medal and honorable mention from the Royal Commis tioners, at the great International Exhibition, London, i- 3, the competition of all prominent manafactn r. rs of “Corn Starch ' and “Prepared Corn Flour” of :!iis and other countries notwithstanding. MAIZENA. :!i.. food and lnxnry of the age, without a single fanlt. >>r.e trial will convince the most skeptical. Makes Pudding*. Cakes, Costards, Blanc Mange, Ac., without iMttgLasa, with few or no eggs, at a cost astonishing to thi< most economical. A slight addition to ordinary wheat floor greatly improves bread and cake. It is t -o excellent for thickening sweet sauces, gravies for g,h aa<l meat, *onp*, sc tor ice cream Bottling can compare with it. A little boiled In milk will produce r < h cream for ceffee, chocolate, tea, Ac. Put up in one pound packages, under the trademark Mtiiiena, with direction* for n*e. A most delicion* article of food for children and In cal'd* of all age*. For tale by Grocer* and Drugglcts everywhere. Wholesale Depot, 1M Fulton street, New York. WILLIAM dcryka, je26—ly General Agent. DERR1CKSON X BARTLETT, WlOSMAll paper and RAG DEALERS, No. 86 Beekman street.New York. Printing, Writing, Wrapping A Colored Paper*, 8tr*w end Binder*'Board*,Tarred Roofing Paper, Paper Manu facture ra’ Supplies, and all kind* of Paper Mill Machine ry Paper of every deeeription made to order. Rag* laken In exchange for paper. Order* by mail promptly mended to.___oe\M ly XJOLEN X STEERS, jlj PirTT-TBiao Stxxxt axd Sxcoxd Avixrx, NEW YORK, Wholesale and retail Dealer* In all kinds of LUMBER, Manufacturers of MOULDINGS, SASH. DOORS, BLINDS, and BOX SHOOKS. rumlng In all It* branches. Book* containing Patterns of Monldlngs sent on application. .I#c31-ly_ Manhood and the vigor of youth restored in fonr week* by DR. BICORD’S Bs*enc« of Life. ThU wonderful »geot will restore manhood to the most shattered constitutions, whether arising from excesses, sole ^buse, the effect* of climate, or natural cause*. Time required to cure the most inTeterate cases U four weeks. Failure is impossible. Dr. Ricord’s Bs •*nce of Life is sold in cases with full Instructions for u»e, at $3, or four quantities in ene for $9, and will be seut te any part, carefully packed, on receipt of re ait fj**1 his accredited agent, PHILIP HOLiffD, 34 Ub^nystreet, Mew York._ nox22-6m rTHs inventors — AND MANUFACTURERS OF d'««Xf„ANKS’ STANDARD SCALES Fortune* to the very large number of which have been „ PREMIUMS nical and *grtcuUnZ.| ^ to ‘Re® by aclentlfle, mecha be, far more •l*»t»c»nVoel*t*on*' ,“*n *° ‘he empha donement of ptuatwii v *?d ,0 ‘Rem sail*factory en vears, extending tar during a term of easiness life of a *cor* or il.,?nd «overing the entire Every appliance of pow,7?^or* to supply the constantly InenLi *1,now being need well-known and universally .ZV?* demand for theee STANDARD Every efort will be u.*g*^ of onr friends, consistent with * ‘Re wants perlor qualities and perfect prot»*UoZ“”,*. ®f their sn cSrvlSvacl ACCd!Lct Warranted, as usual. FAIRBANKS A m novd-.fim_132 Breedway, lPa \ R E N K E L ft AIT M^aTn^, MAirracrraxas or IRON BEDSTEADS, Hat Itanda, Crib*, Hall and Garden Chain, Settees, Store and Plano Stools, Umbrella Stands, and Iron Ratling, No. 1M Bboohi Sr., bhtwbix Nobtolx axd 8trrroLk, NEW YORK. I tar Orders solicited. novSO-lSm ffgW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS. WATCHES, JEWELRY, DIAMONDS, musical instruments, SILVER WARE. BROEXE8, *c., WORTH OVER ONE MILLLIQN DOLLARS! All la ba .old At FIVE DOLLARS EACH, without re gard to value, and not to be paid forluntil yon know what yon are to receive. 1 I7S3 Gold and Silver Watches were distributed among the patron, of Parkinaou * Company during the ! mouth of Janonry, 1WS. Read comment! by the Proee, .peaking of the firm in the most complimentary man ner: “ A moat Industrious and prosperous b°“*« Shlppenaburg (Pa.) Sentinel “ Glv.laU1 who *£££ them perfect satisfaction.—Dunkirk (N. Y^Wb-rwat. “ Enjoy a high reputation for honorabla d«G'^ tb. quality of their goo^ r*'*J^thif 'pro-iM.” Perfectly reliable andwllldo a ^^*Thfgh tor hon Nyack (N. Y.) t'ify and in Y.) Journal. eaty and fklr dealing. »_wJ*|on (N. Y.) “ Honorable and W^-danUn* reliable firms <“ Y.) Madii. -Keep IS.i wor3 end act honorably by their patron..” Lyp3o iolld ^old Hunting WaUhee.$300 to 760 000 M&gic-c&ied Gold Watches. 260 600 600 Ladiee’ Enameled Watehea. luO 600 Dismood Clnater Ladies’ SeU. 300 700 1,000 Diamond Solitaire Ring*....... 76 250 1,000 Ueaw Silver Hunting Watches. 75 150 1,000 Open-face Silver Watches... *0 7n 1,000 Silver and Mahogany Musical Boxes.. 100 aio 1,000 Silver Dining Set*. 76 3.** 1,600 Silver Tea Set*, complete. 60 a* 2,000 Silver Urn* and Salver.. 70 wo I 2,000 8even-*haoiber Revolver*. 75 aoo 2,500 Patent aingle-barrel Piatole. 25 <6 2,000 Richly framed Oil Painting!. 76 350 2,600 Elegant pearl Opera Glasses. 20 7o 3,000 Mammoth Photograph Album*. 15 3,000 Cluster Diamond King*. ^ 3,000 Ladle*' Oval BraceleU... *? 3,600 Gold Chain*, of different design*. -in w 3,500 Gold Thimble*, chased. " ?r lo.OOO Signet and Plain Gold King*. 10,000 Gentlemen’. Scarf Pin*. " rj 12,500 Broochea and Ear Drops. ? 12,500 Gold Locket*, double glass. ® 2? 10,000 Gold Pen* and Gold Holder*. 1JJ *o 10,000 SeU Studs and Sleeve Button*. 6 *5 5,000 Silver Goblet* and Drinking Cups. 6 00 5,u0» Set* Tea, Table and Dessert Spoon*- 10 25 5,000 Set* Tea, Table and Dessert Forks. 10 25 5,000 Sets Tea,Table and Dessert Knives.... 10 2o 2,500 Revolving Silver Castors. 25 75 2,500 Silver Cake and Frnit BaskeU. 25 70 l‘> 600 Wine Holders and other article*. 5 70 To immediately dispose of tbe above magnificent stock, certificate* naming the article* are placed In sealed envelopes and well mixed. Holder* are entitled to the articles named on their certificate upon a pay ment of $5. whether it be » beautiful Watch, or a Musi cal Bor worth *500, or Plain Gold King, worth *6. The return of any of our certificates entitles you to the ar ticle named thereon, upon payment, irrespective of its worth, and a* no article valued less than $5 1* named on any certificate, it will at once be seen thal this is NO LOTTERY, bu( a straight-forward, legitimate transaction, which may be participated in even by the most fastidious. IfcgpAny one wishing to invent in the above enter prise can receive a sample package of a half-doien cer tificates, naming some of the above articles, by sending a stamped envelope bearing their address. Certificates not to be paid for unless fully satisfactory. We do this that all may be convinced of our sincerity and the genu inene»» of our sale. Callou °'^^K ^ feb2d-3m 20S Broadway, New York. TTOWES & MACY, (Formerly Officers of the Park Bank,) bankers, No. SO WALL STREET, NEW YORK. POUR PKR CENT. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. Persona opening accounts may deposit and draw as they please, the same as with the city banks, and will be allowed Interest on their daily balance at four per Collections made upon any part of the United 8tate« or Canada. Orders for the purchase or sale of the various Issues of Government and other 8tocks, Bonds and Gold promptly executed for the usual commission. au24—tf ___ $500,000. “PITAL' MM'000' THE METROPOLITAN COLLAR COMPANY, NEW YORK. SUPERIOR LINEN PAPER COLLARS, Manufactured by D. M. Smyth's Patent. We manufacture the Extra BYRON COLLAR Double Extra BYRON COLLAR Printed BYRON COLLAR Extra Corrugated BYRON COLLAR Fancy Corrugated BYRON COLLAR Stiver Corrugated BYRON COLLAR French Enameled BYRON COLLAR Extra GARROTE COLLAR Extra Corrugated GARROTE COLLAR Silver Corrugated GARROTE COLLAR And all from the best quality of material to be found in the country. (f£TWe claim it to be the best and cheapest Collar in 1 ^wTrksf 165 Washington street, NEW YORK. febl5-3m___ g FECIAL NOTICE TO THE LADIES. Ladles desiring a clear and beantlful complexion should use the genuine OBORGE W. LAIRD’8 bloom of youthi This delightful Toilet Article has no equal for PRE SERVING and BEAUTIFYING the COMPLEXION and SKIN, and will REMOVE TAN, FRECKLES, and all other DISEASES OF THE SKIN. Sold by Druggists everywhere. Depot—74 Fulton street, New York.__ JanSO-6m *. H. sxixxsa. C. R. brinrrr. pendliton. 17> H. SKINKER & CO., _ . (Late op Richmond, Va.,) GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. S3 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK, Offer their services for the PURCH.ASA0 £ DISK ON ORDER, and for the SALE OF COTTON, FLOUR. GRAIN, Ac.__feb*'Sm JJENRY & JOHN l’ARET, Jr., 65 CHAMBERS 8TREET, NEW YORK, Manufacturere and Jobbers of CLOTHING. A LARGB STOCK ADAPTED TO SOUTHERN TRADE. ja«13-6m____ Dickerson, reed & co., Importers of and Dealers In TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, COPPER, WIRE, ZINC, And all other articles for Tinners' nee, 29 and 31 Cliff street, corner of Fclton, NEW YORK. sepl2—ly __ BROWN’S STANDARD SCALES, Used by the UNITED STATES and FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS for more than Thirty Years. Adapted to any branch of Bn.tness for Foreign or Home Markets. Warranted accurate and durable. Sales Rooms No. 3 Barclay street, near Broadway, Beplfi—ly R. BROWN, Manufacturer. 'yy'ASHlNGTON IRON WORKS. FIRST PREMIUM STEAM SAW MILLS. The first prtie, the Gold Medal, was awarded to the Washington iron works, by the American Institute, at their Fair, In October, lSdfi, for the best CIRCULAR SAW MILL ASD STEAM ENGINE. *®"Order» for these, Gang Saw Mills, Sugar Mills, General Machinery, Iron and Brass Castings, Forgings, Bailroad Cars, Ac., Ac., promptly filled. Address GEO. M. CLAPP, Treasurer, Newburgh, N. Y., or L. C. WARD, Agent, Sfi Liberty street (Room No. 8), N. Y. BECKHAM A CO., Cary street, between 11th and 12th, Richmond, Va., AgenU■_decE-ly OIO. ». FOWLS. WE. B. EOt. ETQE EICE. pOWLE & CO., (Formerly of Alexandria, Va.,) COMMISSION MERCHANTS, IMP0KTIK3 OF RAILROAD IRON AND DEALERS IN RAILROAD SUPPLIES. Offlce Ne. 70 Broadway, NEW YOBK. [octl4-8m]___ pODD it RAFFERTY, ENGINEERS AND FOUNDERS, OFFICE AND WORKS, PATERSON, NBW JBKSEY, WAREHOUSE, NO. 4, DEY ST., NEW YORK, Manufacturers of Stationary and Portable Steam Engines and Boilers ; Flax, Hemp, Tow, Oakum, and Rope Ma chinery ; Shafting, Mill Gearing, Iron and Brass Cast ings of all kinds; Lathes, Planing Machines, Drills; Shaping, Slotting and Bering Machines ; Gear Cutters, Centering, Milling and Bolt CutUug Machines; Chucks of all kinds, Leather and Rubber Belting, Lace Leather, Belt Hooks, and general suppltee for railroad and other machine shops. Judson A Snow's Patent Governors; Saw Mills Cotton Gins, Presses, Ac , constantly on Saw Mills, TODD A RAFFERTY, febis-ly No. 4 Dey street, New York. I>RIKN Sl CARKERE. > COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 9 v new YOBK. Com.gnments of any description of PRODUCE, lor orders for the purchase of tame, or any business ap pertaining to a General Commission House, as also con signments or orders to our friends abroad, where we have extensive connections, are solicited. Particular* of all market* will be given upon Inqui ry, and advances made upon business enttnsted to us or our friends _ CARKERE A CO.. Commission Merchants, mh7-6m Hew Orleans JOBE’S INFALLIBLE ITCH OINTMENT, A BO EE CCEB FOE TEE ITCH, Salt rheum, and ail skin diseases, % FROSTED FEBT, Ae., Ac. a MORGAN, LORD A CO., Wholesale Druggists, WhoWu. * ** D*7 NeT ***** Agent* for the United Stales and Ottada*. TOR 8ALfi’. BY ALL DRUGG18T8. _®« aplo-lm ———MMgi NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS. (Cheapest store in new york J to »rv ! CHINA, GLASS, STONB-WAKK, CUTLERY, SILVBR PLAfBD WAKE, ftc. Alwat* on hand that popular, new and beautiful ' white stone Parisian Dinner, Tea and Toilet 8ets, hand some as China, same color and shape, and half the price. Call and see, if you don’t piu*h«e. Go jjd. sent glgSSr W°C<M>per Institute, middle of the fcl’o*. pUMPS I PUMPS IJPUMPS I STEAM, PORCB, 8UCTION AND LIFTING PUMPS or EVERT DESCRIPTION J STEAM AND GAS PIPES, PIPE AND STEAM FITTINGS, AEO KVBRT DESCRIPTION Or PLUMBERS’, OAS AND STEAM FITTERS’ GOODS, FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST RATES, BT JOHN B. FULLER No. 8 Dbt Stbbkt, nov4--eodly NEW YORK. gHOW CASE MANUFACTORY or H E I L ft SUM, No. 153 Chatham Street, NEW YORK. *jr Orders for all kinds of SHOW-CASES solicited. fob28-eod3m __ jy J ANGLES, FOR SMOOTHING CLOTHES, Suitable for Hotels, LannJrys and Families, At prices from $20 to $150. They may be used with steam power. DUNCAN ft SHARP, 70 Frankfort street, feb22-eodSm New York, gTEPllEN LANE, J«., ALE-PUMP MANUFACTURER, AND DEALER I!f PLUMBING MATERIALS, No. 205 Canal Street, oxb door from Mclbkrry St., NEW YORK. apll-eod3m QARHART, WIIITFORU & CO., MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS is READY-MADE CLOTHING, American Express Building, Nos. 55, 57, 59 and 61 Hudson stroet, near Duane, NEW YORK. T. F. CARHART, I HENRY SHAFER, W. H. WHITFORD, | J. ». VAN WAOEXBN, A. T. HAMILTON. Office of Payan ft Carhart In liquidation. jan23-eod6m __ WARD’S Paper Collars AND CUFFS FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Valentine & Franklin, Wholesale •igents, For RICHMOND, Va. Ladies’ Victoria Turn- Ladies’ EmpressTurn over Paper Collar. over Paper Collar. Ladies’ English Stand- Ladies’ American ing Paper Collar. Standing Paper Collar Ladies French Paper . Ladies’ English Paper Cuffs. Cuffs. Cent’s Picoadilly Paper Cent’s. Shakespeare Collar. Paper Collar. Centlemen’s Standing Centlemen’s Tumover Paper Collar. _ __ Paper Collar. Cents. Reversible Cents. English Paper Paper Cuffs. Cuffs. MANUFACTURED BY S. W. H. WARD, New York. mh23-oo8m yy j. sharp’s ‘billiard table factory, No. 14$ Fcltok NEW TORK. ALL ORDERS ATTENDED TO. feb22—eod6m__ .u.F.T.....U.R.E. These Instruments are entirely new, both in princi ple and action, from ALL OTHERS—LIGHT, CLEAN and EASY—NO PRESSURE on the B\CK— INWARD and UPWARD MOTION ; CURES the most Obstinate Cases of Rupture. Pamphlets free. Sold at wholesale and retail. WHITE’S PATENT LEVER TRUSS COMPANY, Sole Proprietors, No. 6o9 Broadway, NEW YORK. apl3-eodCm __ 'DOLTS, NUTS, I WASHERS and SCREWS. LEACH BROTHERS, No. 86 Libkett Street, NEW TORK, MANUFACTURERS, Hats on hand all sizes and kinds of BOLTS, NUTS, WASHERS AND SCREW& * ALSO, RAILROAD AND MACHINISTS'TOOLS AND 8UPPLIB8. nov9-eod6m __ i j^OBERT FOULDS, IMPORT** OP FKX5CH, BKOLISH AKD UKBMAB TOYS, FANCY GOODS, CHINA AND FIREWORKS, Also MANUFACTURER OF TRANSPARENT SUTES. No. 39 Job* Stebet, New Yoee. »0T4-eodly ——i_ L1*" . - - *" ■RIND-STONES.—Large NOVA SCO Ijr T1A GRISD-STONES, suitable for machinist* and manufacturers, for sal. by^ H ^ apllf Fourteenth street, near Exchange Hotel. NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS. . TATOAH WHEATON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In doors, sashes, blinds, wood mouldings, AXD BUILDING MATERIALS, Nos. 26S asd 270 Canal Street, Near Broadway, NEW TORK. A large assortment of various styles constantly on hand and made to order. Particular attention paid to shipping orders. _api0-3m Artificial eyes.— artificial hu man EYES made to order and inserted by Drs. F. BAUCH and P. GOUGELMANN (formerly employed by Roissonneau, of Paris), 599 Broadway, New York. _ ap9—ly AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSES. LANDRETH’S WARRANTED GARDEN SEEDS, (CROP OF 1866), Just received and for sale. We keep constantly on hand FARM GRIST MILLS, WHEELED HAY RAKES CORN SHELLERS, PLOUGHS PLOUGH CASTINGS, CULTIVATORS CORN PLANTERS, WHEAT FANS CUTTING BOXES, UNION WASHING MACHINES WATER DRAWERS, SPADES, SHOVELS HAY FORKS, CLOTHES WRINGERS, AXES And all kind* of Agricultural Implements, We alao eell PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES and SAW MILLS, and BATES’ HOISTING MACHINES Sole agent* for the State of Virginia tor the rale of RUSSELL’S COMBINED MOWER and REAPER BUCKEYE COMBINED MOWER and REAPER iKTNA COMBINED MOWER and REAPER BUCKEYE WHEELED CORN PLOUGH Also, MONITOR MOWER and REAPER. BECKHAM A CO., feb2-tff Cary, between Uth and 12th streets. O T I G E TO THE FARMERS AND PLANTERS OF VIRGINIA. The undersigned ask the attention of the Farmers and Planters of Virginia to their stock of FARMING IMPLEMENTS, Ac., for the Spring Trade. We name, in part: PLOWS and CASTINGS, of all the approved sizes and patterns, CORN and TOBACCO CULTIVATORS, CORN SHELLERS and CUTTING BOXES, WASHING MA CHINES, CHURNS, WELL CURBS, SHOVELS, SPADES, HOES, FORKS, UAMES, TRACE CHAINS, Ac. These in want can rely upon getting a good article and their orders promptly attended to. ALLISON A ADDISON, feb28f Fifteenth street, Richmond. Agricultural warehouse — ESTABLISHED IN 1S46 —The subscribers still continue their business at the old stand on Franklin street, between Wall street and the Ballard House, and will be glad to see their old customers and the public generally. In addition to the stock of PLOWS of onr own patterns, we make. Rick's Iron Bsnm Plows, for one, two, three and four horses, known as F. D. I). ; Wa-hington, Old Dominion and Pioneer Plows; Plow Castings for nearly all the Plows in use. And keep for sale Garden Seeds, Timothy, Herds and Orchards Grass Seeds ; Baltimore Company Poudrette; Baltimore Company super Phosphate of Lime, Ac., Ac., he. GEORGE WATT A CO. au29-tf _____ _ _ Fresh garden seed, UNION WASHING MACHINES. By steamer we are In receipt of oar spring supply of fresh and pure GARDEN SEED, And on hand, UNION WASHING MACHINES. Plows, Castings, Agricultural Implements, Ac., Ac. For sale by Jan23-t GEORGE WATT A CO. Agricultural implements, corn PLANTERS, Tobacco Cultivators, Shovel Plows, Wing Coulters, Plows, Hoes, Snaths, Blades PALMER A TURPIN. apisf No 20 Main street. HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c. WHOLESALE AND'" RETAIL HARD WARE STORE. No. 125 Main Street. WATKINS, COTTRELL & CO. Wo are now receiving and opening, direct from the manufacturers, a fresh and complete stock o, ENGLISH and AMERICAN HARDWARE and SADDLERY goods, consisting in part of Pocket and Pen Knives Scissors and Shears of llodgors, Wostenholm’a and other makers Fine Ivory Table Cutlery Plated Forks and Spoons A full assortment of medium and good Table Cntlery Trace, Stage Halter Coil Lock and Log Chains Weeding and Hilling Hoes Garden Hoes and Rakes Shovels, Spades and Forks Grain, Ura«sand German Scythes Grass Snaths, Grass and Reap Hooks Pad, Stock, Knob, Mortice and Store-door Locks, well assorted Cut Nalls, assorted ; Griffin’s Horse Nails Carpenters’ Tools of every description Hand-Saws, Drawing Knives, Planes, Ac. Blacksmiths’ and Saddlers’ Tools Builders’ and Housekeepers’ Hardware of every description Manilla Rope, Bed Cords, Plow Lines and Sash Cord. To which we would respectfully invite the attention of country merchants and the trade generally, pledg ing ourselves to sell goods at reasonable profits to all who may favor us with a call. WATKINS, COTTRELL A CO., apl6-3t No. 125 Main street.^ WHOLESALE HARDWARE HOUSE, GOVERNOR ST., RICHMOND, VA. We are now receiving direct from the manufacturers In England, Germany and the United States, our SPRING STOCK, consisting, in part, of 2000 doz. pen and pocket Knives 1000 gross cocoa, bone, buck and Ivory handle Table Cutlery 5000 pair truce, stage and halter Chains 750 doz. Elwell’s, Peck’s A Powell’s weeding Hoes 2500 doz. pad, chest, till, cupboard, stock and knob Locks 250 doz. grass and grain Scythes 250 doz. scythe Souths and grain Cradles 760 doz. Spades, Shovels, Forks, Rakes 1000 kegs Nails, assorted 100 kegs Horse Shoes 100 doz. Collins A Co’s, Mann A Stewart’s Axes 40 tons Pots, Ovens, Spiders and Lids Carpenters', Blacksmiths’, Saddlers’ and Tanners’ Tools Builders’ and Housekeepers’ Hardware in great variety Machine Belting, Fairbanks’ Standard Scales Hoe’s Ciroular Saws, Manilla Rope, Ac., Ac. To which we call the attention of the merchants of Virginia, North Carolina and Tennessee, feeling confi dent that our stock is equal to any tu the country and our prices as low as any regular honse. w. ». DOXSAX, > W. S. D0NNAN A CO. JOBS ASHER. $ __inhSf_ MACHINISTS’ AND SAW MILL SUPPLIES, COACH MATERIALS, Ac. Circular Saws, Gum and Hemp Packing, Machine Belting, Steam Ganges, Steam Whistles, Water Gauges, Cocks, Oil Cups, Ac., AT MANUFACTURERS’ PRICES. Babbitt Metal, Files, Wrenches, Lace Leather, Rivets and Burs, Belt Punches, Cross-cut Saws, Axes, Ac CARRIAGE AND WAGON MATERIALS. Hubs, Spokes, Felloes, Shafts, Poles, Bows, Springs, Iron Axles, Bolts, Bands, Enameled Cloths, Leather, Gil Cloth, Laces, Fringes, Ac., And a general stock of Foreign and Domestic Cutlery, Mechanic#* Tool#, &c.f To which I respectfully invite the attention of city and country trade. K. L. WILLIAMS, (Formerly William# & Elliott,) lftllSS-tf *i7, Main, near l'*ih *t. Spring importations of habd WARE, CUTLERY, he. 1 am now receiving, direct from Birmingham and Sheffield, England, and from the American manufactu rers, a large and well selected stock of HARDWARE, CUTi.ERY, EDGE TOOLS. Ac., Such as Hoes, Chains, Spades, Shovels, Manure Forks, Scvthe and Grass Blades, Snaths, Cut and Wrought Nails, Tacks, Locks, Hinges, Screws,Curry Combs, Cot ton and Wool Cards, Tea Kettles, Sifters, Coffee Mills, Builders’ Hardware and Mechanics’ Tools of all kinds, iron Axles, Springe, Hubs, Spokes, Felloes, Bolts, Ac.; Circular and Cross-cut Saws, Packing, Files, Wrenches, Steam and Water Gauges, Whistles, Cocks, Ac.; anti a general slock of Hardware, Coach Materials, Machinists’ and Saw Mill Supplies, Ac. The attention of city and country trade Is respectful ly invited to call and examine stock, and prices guar anteed as low as any house In the city. R. L. WILLIAMS, (Formerly Williams A Elliott,) apl3f No. 87 Main street, near Fifteenth. CELLING OFFI SELLING OFF! REMOVAL TO NEW YORK. L. ESBERG, corner Cary and Thirteenth streets, in tends removing to New York, about the 1st of April next, and offers his large stock of Whiskey, Rum, Brandy, Rhine Wine, Sherry, Gin, PortiWine, Clarets, Champagne in original Packages ; also a general as sortment of GROCERIES, muoh below marlfet price*, so a* to aava cost of reship o*>nt. Parties having claims against the firm will please send thosn in at untie for settlement. L. ESBERG, (Jury and Thirteenth streets, mhlrtf Commercial Block. JjMSH, FISH, FISH ! 200 barrels No. 1 Halifax Herringa 30 “ No. 2 Mackerel, large 60 “ do. do. medium 70 “ No. 3 do. large 230 kits No. 1 do. family. Now landing ex. brig Star Light, for sale low, by apUf * FRENCH A CRENSHAW, PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS.—A beautiful assortment of Photographic Albums, from the cheapest to the most elegant. Also, Photographic Portrait* of popular Confederate Generals, at only ten cents each. For sale by WOODHOUSE A PARHAM, apl3f Booksellers and Stationers, Governor St. p ROVER & BAKEn’S SEWING MACHINE AGENCY, 179 Broad street, between Fifth and Sixth. Machine* REPAIRED. MACHINE SILK, all colors. CLARKS MACHINE COTTONS. Machine OIL. Machine NEEDLES Ac., Ac. R. C. STEVENS, mhlO-tf__Agent. OLD DOMINION NAILS.—One thousand kegs "Old Dominion" NAILS, assorted sizes, for sale by ROBERT F. WILLIAMS, aplSf No. 44 Cary street. FEATHERS.—Western Live Geese FEA THERS for sale, on consignment, by JOHN N. GORDON A SON, apI3f Fourteenth street, near Exchange Hotel. GRAIN BAGS.—Two hundred and titty second-band Grain Bags, for sale by JOHN N. GORDON A SON, apHf Fourteenth street, near Bxchanga Hotel. BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS JjVAMILY DYE COLORS. PATENTED OCTOBER IS, 1S63. Black, Dark Green, Black for Silk, Light Green, Dark Bine, Magenta, Light Rlne, Maize, French Bine, Maroon, Claret Brown, Orange, Dark Brown, Pink, Light Brown, Purple, Snuff Brown, Royal Purple, Cherry, Salmon, Crimson, Scarlet, Dark Drab, Slate, Light Drab, Solferlno, Fawn Drab, Violet, Light Fawn Drab, Yellow, For Dying Silk, Woolen and Mixed Goods, Shawls, Scarfs, Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves, Bonnets, Hats, Feathers, Children's Cloth ing, and all kinds of Wearing Apparel. fcJT A saving of eighty per cent, f* For 25 cents yon can color as many goods as would otherwise cost live times that mm. Various shades can be produced from the same dye. The process ia simple, and any one can nse the Dye with perfect suc cess. Directions in English French and German, inside of each package. HOWE A STEVENS, 260 Broadway, Boston. For sale by Druggists and dealers generally. oct9—6m_ Gems of sacked song.—a new VOLUME OF THE CHOICEST PIECES OF THE BEST COMPOSERS, with Plano Accompaniments: a beautiful collection of popular music, uniform with the previous volumes of the “Home Circle Series,’’now consisting of seven volumes, the whole forming the most complete and valuable library of Piano Music published, to which will soon be added “GEMS OF SCOTTISH SONG," now in press. Price of each, plain, $2 SO: cloth, $3; cloth, full gilt, *4. OLIVER DITSON A CO., mhl7-tf 277 Washington at., Boston. WASHINGTON ADVERTISEMENTS. TJOTEL LUTZ, CORNER TENTH AND C STREETS, WASHINGTON, D. C. The undersigned, Proprietor of the above Hotel, take- pleasure in stating that travellers and sojourners at Washington will always find a pleasant home and tirst-class board by calling at his establishment.— Terms $2 a day. The house is kept in the German style, and the pro prietor hopes to give satisfaction to all who may favor him with a call. LOUIS ROTHSCHILD, Proprietor, Corner C and Tenth streets, apl7-6t Washington, D.C. JonN R. ELVANS & CO., Drai.br* in HARDWARE AND METALS, No. 309 Pennsylvania avenue, between Ninth and Tenth streets, WASHINGTON, D. C. L. H. HOPKINS. J. R. RLVAN*. 0. B. PEABSON. jan'26-3m _,_ g EATON HOUSE, WASHINGTON, D. C. JOHN H. SEMMES, Proprietor. G.W.Bcskek, Chief Clerk (formerly at National Hotel). apl6-eodSm TTNITED STATES HOTEL, ^PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, (Near the Capitol,) WASHINGTON, D. C. M. H. BEAN A CO., Proprietor* sep30--eodlf XITALL, STEPHENS & CO., 322 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, (Ustween sun anu iuiu sis.; n»onui»iu», u. Dealers In Gentlemen’s anil Boys’ Ready Made CLOTH ING and FURNISHING GOODS, of line qualities. Also, TRUNKS, VALISES, CARPET BAGS, Ac., Ac. July24-eod9m ____ ■VTlT ILLARD’S HOTEL, WASHINGTON, D. C„ SYKES, CHADWICK & Co., Proprietors, (Late of Girard House, Philadelphia.) [ap2Ti--eodly] jn'BBITT HOUSE, Corner Fourteenth and F Streets, WASHINGTON, D. C. C. C. WILLARD, (For many years Proprietor of liygeia Hotel, Old Point Comfort, Va.,j nov21-eod7m Proprietor. DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c j.iIIN J. WOODROOP. WIDLtAH P. WOODROop WOODROOP BROTHERS, DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES, Corner Fourth and Vranklin streets, Hare on hand a Urge and complete assortment of DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, DTE •STUFFS, GARDEN SEEDS, Ac., Ac. Orders from coun try physicians promptly and carefully executed. mhlT ___._ JgLUNT & MOSELEY, DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES, 96 MAIN STREET, (Near Fourteenth, next to "Times” Building,) Have Just opened with an entire new stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Dye Stnffs, Per fumery, Fancv Articles, Soaps, Pomades, Combs, Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes, Surgeons’ Instruments, Trusses, Supporters, Ac. Also fine quality Cigars and Chewing Tobacco, and all such articles as aro usually found in a first-class Drug Store. Physicians’ Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hoari. JESSE CHILD, with Blnnt A Moseley, solicits a call from his friends and the public generally. _ J OHN W. RISON, (Snccessor to Joseph Laldley,) APOTHECARY AND DRUGGIST, Corner Main and Third sis., Invites special attention to his stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, FANCY ARTICLES, SOAPS, PERFUMERY, Ac., Ac., Which are bought exclusively for cash, and are of fered at lower prices for cash than by other merchanta who buy on time. Orders from Country Merchants and Physicians will receive prompt attention._feb2f /'tURi; FOE TETTER.—Our “SPECIFIC” vj will positively and speedily cure the worst cases of Tetter and Ring-worm. Read the following certificate from the popular and well known former Inspector of Tobacco at Pnblic Warehouse: “ rfiniMOXD, Va., April 12, 1S66. “ Messrs. Mi adr A Bakkr : “ Gentlemen—I take pleasure in adding my testimo ny to your ‘Specific’ for Ring-worm and Tetter. I had been afflicted for at least seven years with a very aggravated and disfiguring Tetter on both of my hands, and had tried in vain many remedies. One vial of yonr‘Specific’has entirely and effectually cured me, and my hands are now as smooth and fairas any one’s. “B. J. Vacohax, “Late Inspectoral Public Warehouse.” Price fiO cents a vial. Prepared only by MEADE A BAKER, Practical Pharmaceutists, apl4f t’orner Ninth and Franklin streets. RICHMOND, VA. IN OPERATION SINCE 1834 . J. bITa. IK, No. S2S (formerly 107) Broad Street, Dealer in STAPLE, FOREIGN and DOMESTIC CHEMICALS, Extracts and choice Medicinal Prepara tioRs, Spices, Oils. Drngs, Dyestuffs, Hair and Nall Brushes, Perfumery, Toilet Articles and Druggists Sundries. aPUt BANKS BROKERS, &c. JirAURY * CO., BANKERS, No. 017 Sbvkxth street, WASHINGTON, D. C. Buy and sell all classes of Government Securities, Gold and Stocks. Foreign and Domestic Exchange bought and sold. The highest market price* paid for Laud Warranls and Revolutionary Scrip. Collections made on all accessible points. ap3—3m___ R. H. MACRT. I t. h. MACRT. I R. T. BBOOKR. j) H. MAURY H C O., BANKERS AND BROKERS, NORTHWEST CORNER MAINand FOURTEENTH ST8., , RICHMOND, VA. Sterling Exchange, Gold and Silver, Bank Notes, State, City, Railroad Bonds and Stocks, Mortgage Bonds, Negotiable Notes, and snch other securities as msy be on the market, bought and sold on commission. Deposits received. Collections made on all accessible points in the Uni ted States. dec6—tf / CONVENTION CHORUS BOOK.—A col lection of ANTHEMS, CHORUSES, GLEES and CONCERTED PIECES, for the use of Musical Conven tions, Choral Societies, Ac The object of this work Is to furnish, at a very low price, the best pieces of music of the classes above enumerated, being those generally selected by Musical Societies, Choirs and others for practice. It contains 14 Sacred and 17 Secular pieces from oratorios, Operas, Ac., and is without exception the cheapest book of the kind ever published. Price 60 cts. Mailed free, on receipt of price DIT60N A CO., ap!4-tf_Publishers, Boston. RP. RICHARDSON, • LATE RICHARDSON A CO. with FRENCH & GREENS HAW, Cor.vbk of Nixth A Mai* Stbebts, Up Stair*. Begs to Inform his Mend, and the puMto, that in* ditlon to the usual stoek of Carpetingv. 0'lCl«hs, Wln dow Shades. Canton *nd Cocoa Matting*, Print* f r Covers he has just opened a large and rich L.oAi«t of PAPER HANGINGS, In every variety, wMch he will be glad to exhibit, with the assurance that they shall be as reasonable as to be found in this ° Vn connection with the above, may always be found a large and most complete assortment of fine and me dium furniture for the Parlor, the Chamber, the Dining Koom, the Ubrarr and the Office, at the lowest prices. apt-3m • BALTIMORE ADVERTISEMENTS. OPRING IMPORTATION.^'r?7r??T866 ! 1 RIBBONS, MILLINERY AND STRAW QOOD8. ARMSTRONG, CATOR&CO., Importers and Jobber* of RIBBONS, BONNET SILKS AND LACES, VELVETS, RUCHES, FLOWERS, FEATHERS, STRAW BONNETS, LADIES’ HATS, TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED, SHAKER HOODS, Ac., No. 237 and Loft* of 239 Baltimore *treet, BALTIMORE, MD. Offer a stock unsurpassed in the United State# in variety and cheapness. Order* lollclted and prompt attention given. feb28-lm J^UVALL & IGLEHART, WHOLESALE GROCERS, ARD PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 60 Soctr Street, H. DrvAtL, i BALTIMORE. 0. L. IdkeraeT. 5 [nov6-6m] | 13AGE, BROTHERS & CO., JL Only Manufactnrer* in Baltimore of PATENT PARAFFINE VARNISH, ROOFING MATERIALS, Dry and Tarred Sheathing and Rooting Felt, 111 Smith'* Whaep, Baltimore. »ep4—ly__ w. b. nAViDaoR, a. r. bpbabh, of Richmond, Va. of Lancaster county, Va. J^AVIDSON & EUBANK, . COMMISSION MERCHANTS, ARD UERgRAL PURCHASING AND FORWARDING AGENTS, (Over E. H. Banti A Co.,) No. 67 Weat Pratt street, two door* from Commerce at., BALTIMORE, MD., Will fill all order* with despatch. [octlS—ly]__ JgATES’ PREmIuM HOISTING WHEELS ARD DUMB WAITERS, For Warehouse#, Factories and Dwel lings. w ' '•'* Having received the premium at the late Pair of the Maryland Institute, Baltimore, in October last, they are offered to the public as the best machine in nse. All Orders addressed to me will receive prompt attention. O* Send for Circular. JAMES BATES, Iron Founder, and Hoisting-Wheel Maker, No. 1 President street, Janll-3m Baltimore, Md. Frank l. morling, No. 2 Ectaw Strbet, BALTIMORE, Has Just received, per steamer Somerset, a full stock of fresh FLOWER AND GARDEN VEGETABLE SEED. My stock of Fruit and Ornamental TREES and SHRUBS is unusually 6ns this season. Orders respectfully solicited. my22-ly^ J- HERVEY EWING, (Formerly Editor QatetU, Williamsburg, andBxamiixtr, (Norfolk,) ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 11 Law Buildings, St. Paul street, aul—ly BALTIMORE. JOHR M. GKKM, W. MORRIS OREM UEO. B. CHASE. JOHN M. OREM, SON & CO., Importers And Wholesale Dealers in CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTINGS, PIECE TKIMM1N»0, An l floods exclusively adapted to men’s wear, No. 238 Baltimore street, mySO—ly BALTIMORB. POOLE & HUNT, BALTIMORE, MD., MANUFACTURE f Portable ond Stationary Steam Engines and Boilers, Steam Fire Engines, Portable Saw Mills, Gang and Single Saw Milts, Mining Machinery, Portable Grist Mills, Flouring Mill Machinery, Cotton Screws, Railroad Cars, Car Wheels and Axles, Hydraulic Presses for Oil and Tobacco, Tobacco Moulds, Gas Works Apparatus ot all kinds, Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers. sepS—6 COAL MERCHANTS. J R.MAjCM ukdoVc<l7~ • (Successors to C. J. Macmnrdo, DEALERS IN ANTHRACITE COAL. Will keep always on hand the best qnallty RED ASH AND WHITE ASH ANTHRACITE COAL. We respectfully solicit a call from the old customers of Mr. Charles Macmnrdo and the public generally. Office, Twentieth street and Dock, next to old Libby Prison. Orders left at DANDRIDGE 4 ANDERSON’S, Broad street, between Eighth and Ninth, promptly attended to. ®f|TCoal *old by weight. mhlfl-dlm QOAL ! COAL ! COAL ! The subscribers haTing got their mines in successful operation, are now prepared to furnish COAL in any quantity to large consumers, or families, on the most reasonable terras. This coal is the same as that known as the “Black Heath,” which is so well known to the cltliens of Richmond as being superior to any other coal for me chanical purposes and for grates for families. Orders for the city of Richmond will be promptly filled if left with Captain W. N. SMITH, No. 4 Wail street, between Main and Franklin, solo agent for Richmond, or at the office of the company, in Manches ter, at the end of Mayo's bridge. C. BRADLEY, General Agent for the Company, mbs—3m C. HAMPSHIRE * CO._ I^NTIIRACITE COAL. Constantly on hand. Red and White Ash Anthracite Coal, grate and stove size, for family use—Lehigh Lump for foundries, and-Smiths’Coal, best quality■— Orders sent to us will receive prompt attention. An thracite Coal sold by weight. SAMUEL P. HAWES A SON, 18th and Dock streets, north side of the Dock, sep4 ly Opposite our old staDd. SEEDS, &c. 1 ANDRETH SON’S WARRANTED FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.—Wo are now in receipt of a full supply of SEEDS, direct from Landreth A Son, which, after more than thirty years' experience, w« confidently recommend to the public for their relia bility and genuineness of their varieties. Landredth’s RURAL REGISTER for 18«6 Is ready for gratuitous distribution. Our supply of fresh and genuine Seed consists of all tbs varieties usually called for. P. JOHNSTON A BRO., Corner Eleventh and Capitol streets, febl3f Richmond, Va. CABINET FURNITURE, &c. GB. STACY & SON, • 110 MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, Wholesale asd Retail Dealers nr CABINET FURNITURE. MIRRORS, BEDDING AND CARPETS. Their facilities enable them to assure their friends and the public that they are prepared to furnish every article in their line at Northern prices, Freight and Packing Hdded. They are confident that they can furnirh everything on the very beat of term*. ouuon lu.i i 1 iti.. AT VRRT LOW PRICBS. G. B. STACY A SOX are anxious to purchase every S1IUCK that can be delivered to them, and will pay one dollar per 100 pounds for all that may be delivered In good order. Let Farmers be snre and send their shucks forward. dec29-tf_ j^OTICE. MR. R. P. RICHARDSON, In charge of Carpeting, Window Shades, Curtains, Pa per-Hangings, and a general assortment of HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS, . will, until the second story of our new store Is finished, occupy the hasement story of Mr. John C. Miller’s new Dry-Goods Store, corner of Ninth and Main streets, where he will be pleased to see his old friends. Mr. G. P. PRESCOTT, in charge of FURNITURE, will continue to occupy the Third Story until the sec ond Is completed, which will be in abont ten days. dec29f FRENCH A CRENSHAW. IKON.—100 TONS REFINED IRON, cm X bracing an assortment of Rounds, Squares, Flats, Bands, Ovals, Half Ovals, Half Rounds, Horse Shoe, Nail Rod, Sheet, Ac., Ac. 10 tons Swedes and Country Iron. ALSO, Naylor’s Cast Steel, German Shear do. English and American Blistered do. Spring do. For sale-by E. A 8. WORTHAM A CO. mh30-eod2w HEGEMAN’sHt'ERRATEI) El.I MR OF BARK.—This l* an elegant and most pleasant Elixir of Calitaya Bark, with Pyrophosphate of Iron, each fluid ounce containing eight grains of the iron, and is very valuable where a mild Iron ’* ~n' aired. It ha, met with great sncsess at the North, and is prescribed by the most eminent physicians. MEADE A BAKER, Apothecaries, »plOf Corner Ninth and Franklin streets, /NURE FOR RINGWORM and TETTER.— We have prepared, and offer to the public, a spe cific for those dMe-nrlng and annoying diseases, Ring worm and Tetter, and have the testimony of soms of our well known eitixens that It is a speedy and effec tual remedy, positively curing the most obstinate cases. It Is easily applied, and devoid of grease, oil, Ac., which usually render such remedies objectionable. Price fifty cents per vial. prepared only by MEADE A BAKER, Practical Pharmaceutists, mh29f Corner 9th and Franklin streets. JOHN HAKTZ, 405 BROAD STREET, BETWEEN FOURTH AND FIFTH 8TRBETS, has received a full supply of ladies’ Dress Trimmings, Fancy Goods and Perfumeries. Also a line assortment of Silk Parasols, Silk and Linen Fans which will be sold an cheap as the cheapest, and a little cheaper. Please call and conrlnce yourself of ****• ap9-tf_____ PREPARE FOR CHOLERA—The Ameri can DEODORIZER and DISINFECTANT is highly recommended by the Boards of Health of Baltimore and Richmond as the best and most effective agent yet known for absorbing and purifying all foul gases art- i ■ ing from sinks and decomposing matter. For sale at # MEADE A BAKER’S Drug Store, ap12f Corner Ninth and Franklin streets. OAA GROSS DAILEY’S MATCHES, ZUU 300 grot* PARLOR MATCHE8, for sale by ( mh«t WM. TAYLOR A SON. I ADVERTISEMENTS. «aTKKT.IO.°OOIV^/| ; 1509 CHESTNUT ST. I PHILADELPHIA. 1J ASTOR PLACE, I 19 CHEE* ST.?£ NEW YORK. I BOSTON. Cj ACORCS 3 THE INVENTOR. B.FRANK.PALMER.ILD.PREStA.A.LIMB.C*. Dr. PALMER direct, the manufacture of bis PATENT LEG and ARM, aided by men of the beet qualification, and greatest experience, lie l> .peelally commissioned by the Goveroment, and ha. the patronage of tha prom inent officer, of the army and nary. Six Major-General, and more than a thousand lee. distinguished officer, and soldier, have worn the PAL MER LIMBS on active duty, while still greater numbers of eminent civilians are, by their aid. filling Important position., and effectually conceal tb.ir mlsfortane. Fifty Gold and Silver Medal, (or "First Pmes,”) In cluding the Great Medal, of the World'. Exhibitions In London and New York awarded to Dr. Palmer for the be.t Patent Limbs. The well known LINCOLN ARM i. also made only by thl. company. Thi. arm h*« been .elected by the Sur geon-General for the Foiled State, soldiers, and la worn by great numbers of persons. Advice and Pamphlets gratis. To avoid fraudulent imitation, apply ouly to Dr. PALMER, as above directed, or to hi.agent., Messrs. MEADE A BAKER, Corner Ninth and Franklin at.., Richmond, Ya. mhl2-d3m tVlI.I.IAM Mlt.LWAKU. P. S. WIXlRaiSia . V£ANUFACTURKRS’ SUPPLIES. MILLWARD k WINBBRENER, No. US Marret stkkbt, PHILADELPHIA, PF.ALKKH IN MACHINER Y A N I) SUPPLIES Of every description, For Cotton Riid Woolen M anufactories. Also, flbk Tanned Leather BELTING, Card, Clothing, Cotton and Woolen YARNS, WARPS, STARCH, OILS, DYE STUFFS, Ac., Ac. Advances made on consignments of Cotton and Wool en Yarns. Orders solicited, which shall receive prompt atten tion. mh3-Sm J M. MIGKOD & SOiN, Manufacturers of FIRE HATS AND BELTS, CLUB BELTS, MEDICAL SADDLE BAGS AND CHESTS. POCKET CASES, GUN CA8BS, No. 27 South Eiuiitr Street, PHILADELPHIA.PENNSYLVANIA Entrance on Jayne street, second floor. btoHa__ rpEMPLE OP FASHION. GKIGG, VANGUXTEN A CO., FINE CLOTHING) 734 MARKET STREET.PHILADELPHIA AIM. SLACK. BN08 BACOX. F. VAX'ICETIH.. feb3-Sm GROCERIES, LIQUORS, Ac. DESIIIKLDS, MONCURB ft Co., AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 17 Pearl St., betwerx Maix A Cart, Having REMOVED to their new and commodious store-rooms. No. 17 Pearl (Fourteenth) street, will be happy to receive their old friends and the public gene rally. They invite the attention of the trade to their varied stock of good*, consisting in part of— fiOO barrel. FLOUR, assorted brand., all grades 100 bag. Java, Lagnayra and Rio COFFEE TEAS, MOLASSES, BACON, LARD, BUTTER, 100 barrels MAuasaeb, nos. i ana a, Inspection __ CO barrels Labrador and Split HERRINGS. No. 1 ALEWIVES, Boston Inspection fa boxes 6UAP and CANDLES 2u0 dozen FANCY SOAPS, assorted luO dozen BROOMS and BUCKETS TWINE WRAPPING PAPER PAPER BAGS BO cases Borden’s Condensed. MILK, genuine fa cases Worcestershire SAUCE CIGARS Agents for Eureka rlothes-Wrlnger Patent Coffee Roasters, Tea Strainers, Broilers, Vege table Steamers, Flour, Scoop and Sifters combined, Ac,, for sale at lowest market rates._PM-tf Robert f. williams. OF THK I.ATB FIB* OF E. H. SKINKEK & CO. OF RICHMOND VA., No. 44 Cabt Street, between Fourteenth and • Fiftebntii Street*. Offers to the city and country trade atthe lowest mar ket rates, . . , _ Cat Loaf, Crushed, Powdered and Oranulated Sugars • ‘A" “ B" Extra “C" and “C” Coffee Sugars, Refined Yellow Sugars, Cuba Sugars In hog-heads, Choice Molasses In hogsheads and barrels, Good and Common Syrups, Genuine Old Government Java Coffee, Ceylon and Old White Coltee, Choice Rio and Laguayra Coffee, Good to Prime KioCqjfee, Gunpowder and Oolong Teas—all grades, Bacon, Sides and Shoulders, New York Factory Cheese, Herrings, Mackerel No. 1 and 2, In barrels and kits, K. 0. Mitchell A Co., and other brands Adamantlnu Candles, Tallow Candle-, various brands, Colgate's and Webb's Soaps, various qualities, Hotel Soaps, Shot, Starch, Brooms, Buckets, Plow Lines, Cords, Wrapping Paper, Ac., ____ A. J. Johnston, 1 A. L. Huntt, Charlotte eo., Va. Pormerly of Alexandria, Va. JOHNSON & HUNTT, (Successors to A. L. Huntt A Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS & LIQUOR DEALERS, Corner Eighth and Canal Streets, RICHMOND, VA., Keep constantly on hand a large stock of GROCERIES and LIQUORS, to which they respectfully Invite the at tention of the trade. n0T*I_ SUPERIOR GUNPOWDER and BLACK. O TEA. REEVE A MATO, aplof Franklin street, between Mil and 9th. 1 An BALES PRIME FODDER and CLOVER IUU HAY. REEVE A MAYO, aplof Franklin street, between Sth and 9th. TYPE FOUNDRIES. Richmond type foundry AND PRINTERS FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, Richmond, Va. Southern manufactures should be supported. BOOK, NEWS and JOB TYPE, from the celebrated Bi-hop metal, and the latest Scotch faces BOOK, NEWS, and FANCY INKS ofall colors ; wood type, cases, stands, leads, reglet, quotations, quoins, metal furniture, mallets, brass rulo, plalners, brass dashes, shooting sticks, mitering machines, in fact every article requisite for a Printing Office, at North ekn Prices. Presses, new and second-hind, furnished to order. B< L. PELoOZE A CO., sep4—tf Richmond, Va. ■I 1-- — SADDLES, HARNESS, (fee. •- - -NXN, s. gADDLES and HARNESS. The undersigned would respectfully call the attention of merchants, farmers and others to his large stock of SADDLES, HARNESS, BRIDLES, Ac., Of his own manufacture, which has been made up of the best materials during the past Fall and Winter, which he warrants equal to any In market In material and workmanship, all of whtch be offers at as low rates as the same work can be purchased either North or South. All persons In want »f anv goods tn my line would do well to give me a call before purchasing elsewhere. 0. Z. MILES. iuhl-tfThirteenth, between Main and Cary. ijIMJAS. ajLAiiunAiu, acc. Law BOOKS.—a valuable LAW LIBRA RY for sale. In part we name : Grattan’s Report#; 15 vol*. Robinson's Practice; 4 vol*. Lomax'* Digest; 3 vol*. Matthew's Digest; 2 vol*. 11 Criminal Digest; 1 vol. Crui**'# Digest; 7 vol*. American Leading Case* ; 2 vol*. Smith's “ “ “ Kent'* Commentaries; 4 vol*. Mayo's Guide. Sand’s Suit in Equity. Sand* A Tate's Form*, Ac. For sale by mh29f_A. H. CHK1ST1 AN A CO._ \TEW BOOKS. J.N A War Clerk's Diary at Ibe Confederale States Capital, during the Existence of the Confederate Go vernment. By J. B. Jones, Clerk in the War De partment of the Confederate State*. 1 vol*., tvo. *5 50. Medical Electricity. Embracing Electro-Physiology and Electricity a# a Therapentic, with Special Reference to Practical Medicine. Showing the most approved apparatus used in the treatment of Nervona Diseases. By Alfred C. Garratt, M. D. ♦«. Life of Emannei Swedenborg. With a Synopsis of hi* Writing*. By William White. «1 80. New Abridged Edition of Perlcra'* Materia Medics. London : 18*>*»- 47 Ik'. The Story of Gl»li the Outlaw. Prom the Icelandic. By George Webbe Dasent. Beautifully Illustrated. $$ 50. A Cerise: A Tale of the Last ^Bury. By G. J. W. Mel ville. 01 78. The Restoration ; Or the Hope of the Early Chureh Realized. By Rev. H. A Riley. *1 26. %.t-r on the Improvement of Time 41 28. The Story of Kennett. By Bayard Taylor. 4- 28. St. Martin’s Summer. By MU* Brewster. 82 28. St. Martin # Eve. By Mrs. Henry Wood. 42. Life and Time* of Janie* Madison. By Hon. William C. Rives. Vol. II. |3 60. For *ale by WOODHOPSB A PARHAM, split Bookseller* and Stationers, Governor st. TflRGINIA AND NORTH CAROLINA MERCHANTS. A. II. CHRISTIAN A CO., WHOLESALE BOOKSELLERS AND .STATIONERS, No. S14 Main street (opposite Spotawood), Would invite the attention of Merchants to their stuck of Book, and Stationery, just received and offered at Northern prices: 20,000 volumes MeGuffey’* Spellers and Ksader* 1,000 •• Ray * Mathematical Series 1,000 " Piner’s Grammar* lOo.ouo Envelopes 3U) reams Note, Letter and Cap Paper. Together with a full assortment of Books, Stationery tnd Fancy Articles. All we ask is an examination. Country orders will receive prompt attention. aplftf T'RUNKS, VALISES, *o.~We have re cently received large additions to onr stock of TRUNKS, YAU8BS and . HAND-BAGS, indare now prepared to show a great Tarl,t_ of md all qualities, from the best 8o)e Leather to th* lommon Packing Trunk. All of which w.off.^m. rery small advance oncost. WERTBNBAKER A WILLIAMS »Pllf_102 Mala street. MLOVER SEED, CLOVER SEED I U 100 bushels Clover 8eed *PUt A. Y. STOKES A CO.