I VOLUME 75. RICHMOND, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 1866. NUMBER 94.
DAILY AND SEMI WEEKLY.
WHIG bbildino, corner oovkrnor AND frank
DAILY—one Yeutr.E10 ou
Six Month#. 6 ou
•• one Month. I ou
SEMI WEEKLY—On* Year. *«*
•• *• Six Months. S Ou
ADVERTISEMENTS—SlTUTT-eiTlCmm per Square
i of Eight Lin**, for each of tho Urst two loeertions, with
I * liberal discount when continued longer.
/I W. RICHARDSON,
VJT# ATTORNBY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
Hae resumed hie profeaatnnal pursuit*. He will j
practice in all tho Court* of tho city of Richmond, and
of tho countie* of Hoorlce and Hanover. Take cum*
In aar DUtrict Court of Appeal* where the Inducement*
offered are euflcient. Attend to the Investigation of <
title* and collection of claim* of every deacription, and
give special attention to cue* in tbo Supreme Court of
Appeal* of Virginia.
When not at Court, he may be found at hi* residence,
Oakland, Hanover, eight mtle* from Richmond, two
from Merhantesvllle, and fourteen from Hanover Court
Route. Address Richmond, Va., Box *40. mhlo-u
JJENRY A. WISE, Sr.,
Will practise law In the Court# of Richmond and Hen- I
rico, generally, and la criminal case* In the Courts of
other elite* and countie* convenient, when specially
employed He ran always bo found at the »Mce of
Danner A Wise, in the Law Building*. Richmond, or at
the house of Mrs. Pull Urn, in Manchester.
jan30-3m _ _
r K. FAKRAH, i
'ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will attend the Court* of Amelia, Prince Edward. Not
toway, Cumberland and Powhatan. Particular atten
tion given to the collection of Claim*.
Address—Jeteravllle, Amelia. nov5 -6tn
c. a. uiuvold, | J. «. sbuwold.
Q.RISWOLD A GRISWOLD,
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
* aicxuo.vD, viauutta.
Have removed their ctUee to Marshall street, between
Eighth and Ninth street*. Practice in all the Court* of
the City of Richmond and eonutle* of Henrico and Han
over, and the Circuit Courts of Essex and King and
Q AN NON A COURTNEY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Practice* In all the Courts of the city of Richmond and
county of Henrico.
jM0T office ir^the Whig Building. n«4~ly
Jg BARKSDALE, Jr.,
* ATTORN ET AT LAW.
■ At.tpax covet uopsx, va.
«•<KTS—Halifax and Pittsylvania, and the Circuit
Court* of Campbell and Daovitle. aepXb—ly ,
/N EO. D. WOOTTON,
attorney at law, and notary public [
0a. DtakraamJ umj Uunpien e.innl*
COLLECTOR OF CLAIM 8,
Offers his professional services to the people generally
at home and abroad.
VfT Office—Montteello House, on Main street, a few
doors above St. Charles Hotel._ jy29—ly_ I
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
HowaaDeviLLi, ALintiiil'orm. Va.
AUeDds the Courts In the counties of Buckingham, I
Jfelsou aud Albemarle, and pays special attention to I
collecting and securing claims in those counties, and |
the county of Fluvanna aud city of Lynohbnrg.
Refer to Bondnrant, Elliott A Shields, proprietors ot .
the Whig. _ _ nov2S—ly j
QEO. C. CABELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
■ Will practice In all the Courts of Pittsylvania, Halifax |
and Henry eonntles, and the Circuit and Hustings |
Court of Danville. j I
Adrese—Danville. Va. _ ao2ft— ly |
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PDBLIC. | (
Special attention given te Conveyancing and Kxsml- ]
nation if Titles. 1
Office on Governor street, over late Examiner office. !
_ i t
JOHN A. COKE, «
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PDBLIC, *
ntcnnoxn, va., * t
Will practice In all the Courts of Richmond city and >
the counties of Henrico and Hanover.
Office in Law Building, Franklin »treet. »«p2#~ ly J ^
J^AW NOTICE. i *
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND COMMISSIONER IN 1
Por the Circuit and Hustings Courts of the City ot j
Richmond aod County Court of Uenrico. (
ffiJ*Office 111 the Law Building, Richmond, Va.
Practises In all the Courts at Richmond, and Collect» t
Claims In the adjoining counties. o«t9—ly t
BOaxaT OCLD. ISAAC H CABKIXUVOX. | (
/~VDLD A CARRINGTON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Will practice in all the Courts of the city of Richmond, j
Office on Governor street, near Broad! street, [anl—ly |
WOOD BODLDIN and WOOD BODLD1N, Ja.. will at
tend as partners ail the Courts of Charlotte and Meek
llnburg counties. I
WOOD BODLDIN will attend also the Courts of Hall
fax county and the Supreme Court of Appeals at Rich I
i Wood Booldiv, J«., I Wood Bopldix,
Bovdton, Va Talcott P. 0.,
oetS_tf | Charlotte co.
pEACUY R, GRATTAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office on east side of Twefth, at the end of Capitol
street, near the Governor].Jlouse._sepJB—ly
ALEX E. HOLLADAY. AAHt'BL Y. BAYLY. CHAATA1N WHITE.
HOLLADAY, BAYLY & WHITE, AT
TORNEYS AT LAW, Richmond. Va., practice in
all the Cnnrts of the city of Richmond, aud the conn
ties of Henrico, Hanover, Caroline, Goochland and
Louisa. SAMUEL T. BAYLY.
CHASTAIN WHITE has an office at Ashland, Hanover
•onnty, Va _ . !
Office in Law Bnilding. Richmond. _oct27—ly
POWBATAV BOBBBTS, C. A. BOBIBBOB.
Of the late Arm of Macfhrland A Roberts.
pOBERTS A ROBINSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Office No. 71 Main street.
RICHMOND, Virginia.. ; j
Will attend to legal business entrusted to them In •
Virginia and Washington, P C au34—ly
rpHOMAS F. GOODE, ^
attorney AT LAW, k
BOYDTON, MECKLENBURG COCNTY, YA.
COURTS—Mecklenburg, Lunenburg sod Brunswick '
' attorney at law,
CBAALOTTB COFBT BoFSU, TA.,
Attends the Court* of Charlotte, Prince Edward and
Halifax. __ aul8—ly >'
|^ENJAMIN W. KINNEY,
attorney at law,
Corars—Richmond, Amelia, Powhatan and Cheeter
OMce on Franhlln, between Seventh and Eighth |
etreet*. Address Box 278._novll-8m j
J M. DAVIDSON,
* ATTORNEY AT LAW, i
Ho. 2 Cabo.vdsi BT 8r.H BW ORLEANS.
tinu to ; 1
Walter 0. Robinson, Prealdent of the Mechanic* and
Traders' Bank. New Orleans ; Thos. A. Adams, Presi
dent Crescent Mutual Insurance Company, New Orleans ;
Alfred Pena, President Union Bank, New Orleans;
Charles Briggs, President Louisiana Mutual Insurance
Company, New Orleans; Hon. Jno. A. J. Cresswell.
Washington. D. C.; Ed. D. Christian, Attorney at Law,
Lynchburg, Va._ nov2#-ly
ISAAC R. WATKINS, i »
ATTORNRT AT LAW, t:
Cbablotti Corar Uorss,
COCBTS.—Charlotte, Prtaee Edward and Lanenburg
► J^)HN MAHONY,
DENTIST, , •
Por many yean associated with Dr. John 8. Wnyt,
reipectfully informs hi> '.d patrons snd all "then who _
may need hie servicee that he has removed his OMce
from Fourth street, and can uow he found at his resi
dence, 826 Main etreet, between Sixth snd Seventh.—
Will practice his profession In all its branches.
ARTIFICIAL TEETH inserted ou Vulcanite. Gold sal
OMce open at all hour*.
The highest pries paid for OLD OOLD PLATE.
< *>Mt _
FREDERICK N. FLEMING,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
GOOCBLASD CotTBT HoVSB,
XVR. CHARLES S. MILLS «
Ha* rsaamed the practice of his profession in th*
city of Rishmsnd. OMce. Twelfth, between Broad and
Marshall street*. ocM—ly
METALS AND MIN LEALS.—Persona wish. I
lag Information respecting the MINERAL WEALTH ,
OP THE STATE, can obtain full particulars by calling
upon Dr. B. H. GRANT, at Richmond novS—tf *
T'HOMAS w. upshur,
1 NOTARY PUBLIC
For city of Richmond and conuty of Henrico, Commis
sioner of hwda for New York, North Carolina, Ac.,
Ac , take* Acknowledgments, Afldavit* and Deposi
tions. Ac , Ac., to be used in the Court* of Record of
this and the various other State* ; attends to the col
lection of claim*, Ac.
Oflce with Hon H A Wise and George W WUe,
Esq , Attorney* at Law, No. 3 Law Building. Kichmoud,
Refers to Hon. H. A Wise. Virginia . Myer Myers, H.
B. M. » Consol at Norfolk ; and Hon. Fernando W ood.
M. C., New York ; and also to the busin e»» men of
Richmond and Norfolk generally._
Dr. r. davison.
SURGEON DENTIST, f
Oflce and residence on Main street, between
Eleventh and Twelfth, just below the National Xv
rbang* Bank, where h* is better prepared than ever to
(ire his patron* the full benefit of his profession. He
will exchange new Teeth on the improved ba** for old
ieu of Gold. All work warranted for at leaat lire
years. Those requiring his serri es need not neglect
ihelr teeth, as he will accommodate himself to their
lircewatancea and the times. Patients from the coun
ty can board with him at his resideuce, without charge,
chile having work done. mh3o-6m
QK. W. W. PARKER
BAS BBSrHBD TBI
PRACTICE OF MEDICINE AND SUROBRT.
Orvtci: Corner of Broad and Tenth strueta, op
loaite City Hall._nctlti—ly
JOHN 0. WATT, Dentist, having recovered his
isalth, has resumed the practice of DENTISTRY in
tichmond, and respectfully offers his service* to hU
>ld friend* and patUnta, and all oth«r* who may need
Oflce and residence snath *ld* nf Grace, between
leventh and Eighth streets, where he may be found at
ill hours. riov29—ly*
Dr. R. N. HUDSON
las resumed the practice of DENTISTRY, and mar be
bund at hi* Oflce, on Main street, opposite the Arling
ou House. decSS-Sm
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X RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.—This Journal will be
• ublished as a Monthly Octavo of 80 pages, the January
lumber being Issued early in December.
A respectable number of the best writers in this
onutry have promised their support, (an ostentatious
lisplay of names ts avoided.) and as the Editor* offer to
>ay liberally for articles, it is hoped that the original
lepartment of the Journal will be entitled to respect
The pages of the Journal will be devoted to Original
irticlee. Foreign and Domestic Correspondence, a Ke
roapect of Medicine and Surgery during the late war,
,n Eclectic Department, (which will be a chief feature of
he Journal,) Reports of Societies, Associations, Hospl
ala and Clinical Lectures, Reviews and Bibliographt
al Notices, Medical News, Editorials, Miscellaneous
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Tiaxs—Five Dollar* yearly, if paid In advance, or
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Advertisements will be Inserted on the most liberal
•rms, and as there are no Medical Journals now pub
ished in the Southern States, adveitisen will enjoy
E. S. GAILLARD. M. D., Richmond, Va.
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Editors and Publishers.
All lettem In relation to the literary or business in
»rests of the Journal will be addressed to Dr. E. S.
Inn Ian Rnv Richmond. Va. novl7-tf
STOVES, TIN-WARE, Ac.
5 HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. Ac.
Have removed from their old stand at Old Fellow's
1*1! Franklin street, to their splendid new store. No.
r. Main street, between 14th aud loth, where they will
eep constantly on hand a large assortment of Farlor,
■Bee and Cooking Stoves, such as the celebrated Arbi
ir, Sheppard, Ida. Morning and Evening Star, Monitor
ip Rap, Quick Baker, Commodore Chatter U»k and
there, too numerous to mention.
A Urge assortment of Fairbank's Scales, House Furn
htng articles. Pocket and Table Cutlery, Hard
Thankful for the past patronage, we hope, by being
roinpt In businese, a continuance of the same.
$7, Main street, between 14th and 13th,
Jan2t Richmond, Va.
LVK HAVE JUST RECEIVED a fine assort.
TT went of
HIP and SPONGE BATHS,
nd Old Dominion COFFEE Pi»TS,
Besides rnsqr other articles in our line, which w*« ere
repared to sell low. Call and examine
mh34f S' Main steeet.
rHE PIANO FORTE BUSI-^L.
NESS —The subscribers have been
q gaged in the Piano Forle business forTjff^P^^
lore than twenty years, during which 1 * * * *
me they have sold upward of FIFTEEN HUNDRED
I'STltUMENTS to persons In Virginia and adjoining
lates, some of whom were families of the most redned
ad cultivated musical taste.
The established character of the Instruments they of
ir is now so 5rm that all who desire to purchase may
ml entirely assured of getting a good article.
They invite an inspection of the instruments now in
lore. WOODHOCSB A PARHAM,
Booksellers and Stationers,
mb 1st Governor street, near Main.
HOME AGAIN.—For seven months past I
have had no business, having lost my gallery and
early my all by the great dre on the 3d of April. 1
ave the pleasure now to announce to my friends and
be public that I have once more a GALLfcKY, located
o the corner of Ninth and Main streets, with an en
raoce on Main (through W. D. Cooke's bookstore) and
Iso on Ninth street. I am supplied with entirely new
nd the most improved apparatus and stock, and have
seared the services of T. Jefferson Nlmmo,-to the
utnor born,” who has had over 4fleen years' expe
As in the past, so in the future, I promise my patrons
ood and satisfactory work.
Q. W. MINNIS, Photographist,
oettT—ly Corner Main and Ninth streeta.
fS RfNl>-STONES—Large NOVA SCO
UT TIA GRIND STONES, saitable for machinists and
lanufactursrs, for sale by
JOHN N. GORDON A SON,
apllf fourteenth street, near Exchange Hotel.
j£TTENGER (l EDMOND,
Established is October, ISM,
Portable and Stationary
ENGINES axd SAW MILLS.
CASTINGS of all kinds,
TOBACCO FIXTURES and
Caht atrbbt (below Fifteenth),
declO—dts RICHMOND, Va._
VULCAN IRON WORKS,
Corkbk Bran asn Sixth Stxebts,
We are prepared to furnish, at short notice, BOLTS,
NUTS and WASHERS, all siies ; SCREWS for Cotton,
Tobacco and Cider Presses, FLATTENING MILLS and
FACTORY FIXTURES generally; IRON GRATINGS,
Wrought and Caat-Iron FENCES, VERANDAHS, Ac., of
every variety; FORGINGS and MACHINERY ot all
Repairing done on most reasonable terms and with
Special attention le called to our improved SMOKING
TOBACCO CUTTER, which, for its durability and econ
omy in working, Is superior to any now in use.
ARCHER A GOODWIN,
mh2St Poetolllce Box No. 827.
JgAGLE MACHINE WORKS
The undersigned have formed a Co-partnership undsr
the name and style of
KAHL A RAHM,
To eondurt a
GENERAL FOUNDRY AND MACHINE BU8INES8,
At their newly fitted np establishment, the
BAOLE MACHINE WORKS,
Cobvbr or Nihth a.vd Cabal Straits,
(South side of Basin,)
Are now prepared to manufacture
STATIONARY and PORTABLE STEAM ENGINE8
Of any required power.
SAW and GRIST MILLS,
MACHINERY OF EVBRY DESCRIPTION.
Having obtained most of the patterns of the late Mr.
Philip Rahm, we can build now and repair old Machine
ry with great facility ; and, being supplied with the
most labor-saving tools, we can favorably compete with
qny establishment in any kind of work, both as to
quality and price.
The senior Partner.
A Mechanical Engineer, was, for a number of years,
superintendent and partner in the late P. Rabin's
EAGLE MACHINE WORKS.
ADOLPHU8 J. RAHM,
Son of the late P. Rahm, aided by
Has conducted the business of his father since his
death, In January, 1S62, until the fire In April, 1363,
when the works "were destroyed.
will be carried out on the moat sclentillc and practical
plan, combining simplicity with efficiency, and econo
my with durability
As successors to the late Mr. P. Rahro, of the Ragle
Machine Works, on Cary street, Richmond, Virginia,
we solicit a continuance of the liberal patronage here
tofore enjoyed by that establishment from its friends
and the public generally.
fel»21-tf A. J. KAHM.
iyr ETROPOLITAN WORKS,
Coknkh op Seventh and Canal Streets.
Having supplied ourselves with the necessary pat
terns, we are prepared to execute, at short notice,
BRASS or IRON,
IRON FRONTS, FOR STORES AND WAREHOUSES;
CASTINGS FOR RAILROADS, all kinds:
CASTINGS FOR MILLS AND MACHINERY GENE
WAGON AXLES COMPLETE, with Boxes;
ENGINES AND MACHINERY
Of all kinds repaired in the best manner and with quick
*0-SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. _**
We would call particular attention to onr facilities
for manufacturing and repairing
TOBACCO PRESSES. FLATTENING MILLS, Ac.
Having done a considerable quantity of this descrip
tlon of work recently, our stock of patterns t» veiy
All the Wrought and Cast Iron Work forthe “ HOWL
TRUSS" and other Brldgee supplied, Including the
long, heavy Bolts, complete, with Nuts, Angle Blocks
Wrought Iron and Wooden TRUCKS, for .Railroads,
titled 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 WROUOHT-IRON GRATINGS, for Dwellings,
For the quality of the IRON and BRASS WORK sup
plied at this establishment, we respectfully beg leave
to refer to Charles Campbell, Esq , Superintendent City
Gas Works, and the officers of the James River and Kana
wha Canal,as well as the Superintendents, Engineers and
Master-Machinists of the several Railroads leading from
this city; also, to Major K. T. D. Myers, Engineer Rich
mond, Fredericksburg and Potomac and Richmond and
Petersburg Railroads, and A. L. Maxwell, Esq., Bridge
Builder, Macon, Georgia, for whom we have executed
Since the admission, on 1st October last, of Ur. J. J.
Montague to ao Interest lu our
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
Of any site. Hard Wood Mouldings for Railway
Coaches, and Ornamental 8awing of all kinds
Orders solicited. TANNER A EH BETS.
Highost cash prices paid for OLD IRON, BRASS, COP
PER, Ac. janl7-tf_
pENINSULAR MACHINE WORKS,
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 and Crank Cars
Bolts and Nuts
of the latest and moat improved putternSj Including :
Threshing, Cleaning aud Separating Machines
Reaping and Mowing Machines
Hand and Power Corn Shelters
Hay, Stiaw and Fodder Cutflfrs
Jersey Farm Wagons
Light Spring Wagons
Townsend'* Wheel Cultivator, with which one boy
and two horses can cultivate ten acres of corn
per d> y, doing it more thoroughly and with
less lr,jury to the corn than by the use of cne
hor- e plows or the ordinary cultivators.
Prompt attention paid to all orders or enquiries by
mail. BUDD A SHARP.
J. 'fnos. BrDD, of Maryland,
Tuna. R. Sharp, late of Columbia, South Carolina.
JOB* W. CABDWni.l.. | BAMFBI.FBBBD1.BT.
C1ARDWELL & FREEDLEY,
J Manufacturers and Dealers in
We are prepared to manufacture all kinds of Agri
cultural Implements and Machinery, snch as Plows,
Cultivators, Corn Planters, Mowers and Reapers, Horse
Powers, Threshing Machines, Panning Mills, Separa
tors, Ac., Ac.
*g"REPAlRINO will be promptly attended to on the
most reasonable terms at the
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT WORKS,
Corner Ninth and Cary streets.
Highest price paid for OLD IRON, BRASS, COP
PER, Ac. _mh3t
And all kinds of FACTORY FIXTURES, made and re
paired by CARDWELL A FREEDLEY,
(Successors to John W. Cardwell A Co.,)
Agricultural Implement Works, 9th smi Cary ats.
j^ISH, FISH, FISH I
ax) barrels No. 1 Halifax Herrings
00 “ No, 2 Mackerel, large
60 “ do. do. medium
70 *• No. 3 do. large
250 kits No. 1 do. family.
Now landing ex. brig Star Light, for sale low, by
apMf^ _ FRKSCh A CRENSHAW.
LITTLE’S WHITE OIL.—As Agents for
the Southern States for this Oil, so long and favor
ably known to most farmers and planters as an Invalu
able remedy for Fistula, Swiney, Wounds, Bruises,
Strains, Ac., Ac, occurring either in horses, cattle or
men, I hereby notify the' trade that 1 am prepared to
supply the Oil at manufacturer's prices, aud respectful
ly solicit orders.
ap20f Cary, betwsen 15th and_16th streets.
Hay and lime.
aoo bales prime Timothy Hay
300 barrels Rockland Lime.
8. P. LATHROP, Agent,
»p23i_Eighteenth street, south side of Doc*_
IjHLESH COTTON SEED AND VIRGINIA
BACON.—We have in utore for tale a lot of fVeah
Cotton Seed and prime Virginia Bacon.
BOOKER, KERR A LYON,
ap23-d2w Corner Fifle, nth and Franklin ntreela.
D f. WILLIAMS,
. COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND GENERAL AGENT
For the Sale of
Masufactcrkd ard Lraf Tobacco, akd Coubtbt P«o
Office for the present near 8hockoe Warehouse,
All business promptly done on commission.
T T all^gkesiiam & IIARVEV,
■^GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Hair Stribt.Between Fifteenth and Seventeenth
Offer for sale, at lowest market rates, a large and well
selected slock of
Solicit consignments of Country Produce and Mer
JOHN U. GRESHAM,
L. HARVEY, of the late
ap21-2w Arm of Wm. H. Parrish A Co.
Q^ARRETT, williams & CO.,
PRODUCE AND GENERALCOMM1S8ION MERCHANTS,
Frarklir, Bklow Goverror Street,
Sell Leaf, Manufactured and Smoking Tobacco and Ci
gars, Grain, Flour and every description of Country
50,000 SUPERIOR HAVANA CIGARS Just received J
also, the following favorite brands of Smoking Tobac
co: Brown Dick, Lone Jack, Bob Lee, Pride of Virgi
nia, Zephyr Pnff, Zarvona and Pilkinton’s, Fruits and
Flowers, as well as common and low grades. Prlcos
ruling from 20 cents to tl 60. Any brand of Virginia
Chewing Tobacco famished promptly and on the most
reasonable terms. mhl0-2m^
JOHN N. GORDON & SON,
GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
And Dealers In
METALS, GRINDSTONBS, Ao.,
Fourteenth street, near Exchange Hotel,
Offer for sale English Refined, Hammered and Swedes
Iron, Horse-shoe Iron, Norway Nall Rods; Band, Hoop
and Sheet Iron ; Plough Iron, from 7 to 12 Inch ; Oval
aud Half-round Iron, Hon-o Shoes ; Iron Axles, 1 i to
2} tuch ; Cut Nails, Tin Plate, various slies ; Block Tin,
Bar Lead, 8pelter, Sheet Zinc,
CAST, SHEAR and GERMAN STEEL,
Square, round and Hat.
CUBA SUGAR8, in hogsheads and barrels
REFINED SUGARS, various grades
Rio, Laguayra and Old Government Java COFFER
Gunpowder, Young Hyson and Oolong TEA8
" Adamantine and Tallow CANDLES, Brown and Palo
SOAPS, Prime CHEESE, Cider VINEGAR, Liverpool
SALT, Nova Scotia GRINDSTONES, for farming and ma
chinery purposes, Ac., Ac.____mbit
0. S. HARPER. H. B. TAI.IAPBRHO. K. U. P. KOBIKSOR.
Harper, taliaferro & co.,
AND PRODUCE BR0KER8,
Dealers In GUANO, LIME, PLASTER and other FER
Foot of Sixth strrbt (or thb Carat ),
fcST Special attention given to the purchase, sale or
shipment of TOBACCO, and all kinds of COUNTRY
PRODUCB and general MERCHANDISE. mh2--q
Daniel h. London, commissioner of
Deeds for most of the States and GENERAL COM
liUf'inv Ul'pni i VT TMptoonlh afr.tol Rirhnuillil.
Virginia, offers for sale a cargo of SALT in store, very
valuable REAL ESTATE, and several of the celebrated
VIRGINIA SPRINGS. Particular attention paid to the
sbIo and purchase of all kinds of TOBACCO, and the
adjustment of CLAIMS against merchants and others.
Bell, shepherd & co.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Basin Bank, between 9th and 10th streets,
Solicit consignments of Country Produce, Lumber,
To Builders, Contractors and others, we would say
that we are prepared to furnish BILL TIMBER, all
lengths, at short notice.
Foi sale, on consignment, Superior Country Bacon,
Butter, Tallow, Dried Apples, Tobacco, Jtc.
OOLFOLK & TFIORNLEY,
GENERAL COMMISSION AND LAND
OFFER THEIR HKRVICES FOR THE RAI.E OF
LAND, CROPS OF CORN, WHEAT, TOBACCO, &0.
Special attention given to procuring LABORERS, both
WHITE and COLORED, for this and the adjacent
Always have on hand for sale, on reasonable terms,
a large nnuiber of fine FARMS, of all sires and descrlp
; tions, In this and other States.
Addross Bowling Green, Caroline county, Virginia.
R REINS sTsOnT
. GROCERS, COMMISSION AND
Also, Dealers in
WOOD, COAL, HORSE FEED AND BOAT SUPPLIER.
They respectfully solioit 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
Office and Lumber-house between Ninth and
Tenth streets, on Cary street and Basin.
»n20—If LUTHER R. REJNS.
P. B. StrBiETT.lato of the firm 01 Powell It Sublelt.
Peter A. Spblett.Richmond, Va.
p B. & P. A. SUBLETT,
Offer their services for the sale of
TOBACCO, WUEAT, CORN, FLOUR,
and all kinds of
Particular attention given to the purchase of merchan
dise, and orders promptly filled.
Ottice on Thirteenth street, noar Cary. oct20--tf
J J. BINFORD & SON,
* GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Corner Thirteenth and Franklin street*,
Keep constantly on hand a choice supply of
WHISKEY, RUM, lie.,
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
Prompt returns made.«ep8t_
T~' IIE UNDERSIGNED nAVE THIS DAY
associated themselves under the style and firm of
FRENCH It CRENSHAW,
For the purpose of conducting the
nnnnPDV f'nUWTBSTflN RTTSINKSK.
At their commodious and extensive Store-House, on the
corner of Main and Ninth streets.
They will keep on hand the most select and choice
stock of Groceries of evory description, including
Which they will be prepared to sell upon the most rea
sonable terms. ... , , ,,
Personal attention will bo given to the sale of all
COUNTRY PRODUCE and merchandise generally, con
signed to our House.
* SETH BARTON FRENCH,
LEWIS D. CRENSHAW, Jr.
WB~ Until the first of November, they can be found
at the Office of Uaxall, Crenshaw A Co._ oct2S—tf
JJOOKER, KERR & LYON,
PKODUCB COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Office corner 16th and Franklin streets.
Prompt attention given to sales of all kinds COUN
I TRY VRODUCB. Jy26—tf
Georg tf aTainslie,
Manufacturer and Dealer In
Tenth Street, between Main and Cart,
Has now on hand a choice selection of RIDINO VE
HICLES of the most approved styles, consisting in part
PHiETONS, COUPES, and
LIGHT ROCKAWAYS and BUGGIES
Of all kinds, to which the attention of those In want of
such articles Is Invited. mh22f
1A A BARRELS CHOICE FAMILY
61 barrels Extra No. 1 Flour
loo “ Baltimore Superfine do.
For sale by
ap17f FRENCH A CUEXSHAW._
WHITE LEAD, FROM T1IE “NATIONAL
WHITE LEAD WORKS," In quantities to suit
dealers, for sale by the agents,
_• 7 PALMER, HARTSOOK A CO.,
aplg-f _Libby Buildings.
SUPER PHOSPHATE OF LIME.
Old Dominion BONE SUPER PHOSPHATB OF
LIME, for sale bv C. H. BAKK8DALB,
- mhSl-lm ' 13th street, between Main and Cary._
WOOD’S FAMILY ROE HERRINGS,
just received and for sale by
I ap!7t GEORGE 1. HERRING A CO.
Bacon, bacon \
Sou country-cured HAMS, suitable for Hotels, for
sale low, to close, by
1 apl7f GEORGE I. HBRRINO A CO.
CNOCOANUTS-—Five thousand fresh No. 1
J £OCOANUT8, Just received on consignment, for
„i. (ess than Baltimore prices, by
LOUIS J. B08SIEUX,
apiif_Ho. SO Main street.
Fish, fish, fish.
6s barrels No. 1 Potomac HERRINGS, now in the
depot, for sale low. _ _
apIPf_1 FRENCH A CRENSHAW■_
OKA BARRELS FISH, HERRINGS AND
ZDU MACKEREL. A. T. 8TOKE8 A CO.
FR SALE—A first-rate Carriage HORSE.
RBEVB A MAYO,
apiof Franklin street, between 8th and Pth
BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL.
JgALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL,
ESTABLISHED A3 a REFUGE from QUACKERY.
THE ONLY PLACE WHERE A CURE CAN BE
DR. JOHNSTON has discovered the most Certain,
Speedy, and only Effectual Remedy In the World for
Weakness of the Back or I.tmba, Strictures, Affection of
the Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary Discharges, Im
potency, General Debility, Nervousness, Dyspepsia,
Languor, Low 8pirits, 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 Uablts of
Youth—secret and solitary practices more fatal to their
victims than the song of Syrens to the Mariners of Ulys
ses, blighting their most brilliant hopes or anticipa
tions, rendering marriage, Ac., impossible.
Especially, who have become the victims of Solitary
Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which annu
ally sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of Young
Men of the most exalted talents and brilliant intellect,
who might otherwise have entranced listening Senates
with the thunders »f eloquence, or waked to ecstacy the
i living lyre, may call with full confidence.
Married Persons, or Young Men contemplating marri
age, being aware of Physical Weakness, Orgaulc 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.
Immediately Cured and full Vigor Restored.
This distressing affection, which renders life misera
ble and marriage impossible, is the penally paid by tho
victims of improper indulgences. Young persons are
too apt to commit excesses from not being aware of the
dreadful consequences that may ensue. Now, who that
understands the subject will pretend to deny that the
power of procreation Is lost sooner by those falling iuto
improper habits than by the prudent? Besides being
deprived of the pleasure of bealthv offspring, the most
serious and destnctl ve symptoms of both body and mtnd
arise. The System becomes deranged, the Physical and
Mental Functions Weakened, Loss of Procreative Pow
er, Nervous Irritability, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of tho
Heart, Indigestion, Constitutional Debilily, and Wast
ing of the Frame, Congh, Consumption, Decay and
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London,
Graduate of one of-fhe most eminent Colleges In the
United 8tates, snd the greater part of whoso life has
been spent luthe hospitals of London, Paris, Philadel
|ih*a, and elsewhere, has effected some of the most as
tonishing cures that were over known; many troubled
wiih ringing in the head and ears when asleep, great
nervousness, being alarmed at sudden sounds, bash
ful ness, with frequent blushing, attended somollmes
wllh 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, vii: Weakness of
the Back and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness of
Sight, Loss of Mnscnlar Power, l’alpitation of the
Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of
tho Digestive Functions, General Debility, Symptoms of
Mentally.—The fearful effects on tho mind are mnch
to be dreaded. Loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas,
Depression of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion to
Society, Self Distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, Ac.,
are some of the evils produced.
Thousands of persons of all ages can now judge what
Is the cause of thelrdecllninghealth, losing their vigor,
becoming weak, pale, norvous and emachited, having a
singular appearance about the eyes, Cough, and Symp
Who have Injured themselves by a certain practice,
indulged in when alone, a habit frequently learned
from evil companions, or at school, the etl'ects of which
are nightly felt, even when asleep, and, if not cured,
renders marriage impossible, and destroys both mind
and body, should apply immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his coun
try, the pride of Ills parents, should he snatched from
all prospects and enjoyments of life by theconseqnence
of deviating from the path of uatnro, and indulging in a
certain secret liabtt. Such persons must, before con
Reflect that a sound mind and body are the most neces
sary requisites to promote connubial happiness. In
deod, without these the journey through life becomes a
weary pilgrimage; the prospect hourly darkens to the
view,the mind becomes shadowed with dospairand Ailed
with the melancholy reflection that tho happiness of
another becomes blighted with onr own.
OPFICE, 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
Left-hand side going from Baltimore street, a few doors
from the corner. Fall not to observe name and nnin
Ilvg~ No letters recoived nnless postpaid and contain
ing a stamp to be used on the reply. Persons writing
should state age, and send portion of advertisement de
The Doctor's DIPLOMA hangs in his office.
ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRES8.
The many thousands cared at 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 8nn and many other
papers, notices of which have appeared again and again
before the public, besides his standing as a gontleman of
character and responsibility, is a sufficient guarantee to
8K1N DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED.
UNDER A LIBERAL CHARTER from the
General Assembly of Virginia, passed February
28th, 1866, tho
INSURANCE AND SAVINGS COMPANY OP
Is organized, with an authorized capital of $1,000,000.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AT RICHMOND.
OFFICERS OP THE COMI'ANV.
DANIEL J. HARTSOOK, President.
DAVID J. BURR Secretary.
B. C. WHERRY, Jr., Assistant Secretary.
Daniel J. Habtsook, A. Y. Stokes,
JounEndehh, David Currie,
W. B. Isaacs, Gforoe S. Pai.mkk,
William G. Painb, William G. Tatlor,
Joseph E. Claoett, John C. Williams,
Samuel C. Tardt, John B. Davis.
This company offers all the Inducements connected
with a Home Institution of undoubted amlitt, and
will be prepared, by the 12th Instant, to make insu
rances and issue policies upon Fire and Marine Risks.
Office on Main street, between Twelfth and Thir
teenth, over the United States Telegraph Otflc*.
^RE YOU INSURED?
THE ASSOCIATED FIREMEN’S INSURANCE COM
PANY OF BALTIMORE.
PRESIDENT.WILLIAM A. HACK.
Noah Walker, F. i. Miller,
Jacob Trust, William Shansbnry,
James C. Whoeden, James Yonng,
Lancaster Ould, James B. George, Sr.,
Francis Burns, It. C. Mason,
Thomas J. Flack, Allen Paine,
Samuel Kirk, William A. Hack.
JOHN DOKEHART, Secretary.
Having complied with the law ol Virginia requiring
a deposit of secnrlly for it* obligations, as per Trea
surer's receipt below, Is prepared lo issue
on favorable terms.
This old eslablished Company is recognlted In Balti
more for the
PROMPT PAYMENT OF ALL LOSSES,
and the Directors are favorably known throughout the
SUCCESSFUL MERCHANTS AND ARTISANS
evidencing that It* operations are conducted with
ENTIRE SAFETY TO THE ASSURED.
are invited to call on the undersigned. No charge for
policies or stamps. All losses adjusted and promptly
paid at this agency.
THOMAS M. ALFRIEND * SON. Agents,
No. 200 Main street,
Over William and Charles Euker, Richmond, Va.
TREASURY OF ViniNIA, >
Richxoxd, March 21, 16?6. )
Received of the •• Associated Firemen’* Insurance
Company,"-of Baltimore, thirty thousand dollars Vir
ginia tegistered bonds ; the same being made out in the
name of said company, and deposited with power to
transfer all or any part thereof, according to act of As
serobly, entitled •' An act to require a deposit of secu
rities to be made by foreign insurance companies doing
business in this State,” passed February 3, 1866.
J. S. CAM ERT,
mh27-Th<tSa2w Treasurer of Virginia.
TirUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
Cash asset*, July l*t, 1S68, - - *13,800,000 00,
Annual income, in cash, - 8,800,000 00.
The dividend* 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 ar.tualltdividbd amongst the In
Applications can be made to J. B. Machfbdo, A.
Bot.Ll.so, Dr. J. B. McCaw, Job.* M. Otrt, P. P. How
ard. or B. B. Mradr, with
O. F. BREESEE, General Agent.
Offlce—Franklin street, between 7th and 6th.
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
Surplus, ------- 600,000 00.
Annual Income over ... 1,000,000 00.
This Company lakea Fire and Marine Risk* on the
most favorable terms. Country risks also taken.
All losses paid *. this office without delay of sending
proof to home offlce.
Application can be made to A. Bolliro, Jobs M.
Otrt, P. F. Howard, or E. B. Mradr, with
0. V. BREESEE, General Agent,
Offlce Franklin street, between 7tb and 6th.
M_ ONTAGUE & WBITALL,
(Late of the
Merchants' Inanrance Company of Richmond,)
Propbrtt op all Kinds
Id the most reliable Companies.
They alao efect
Marine Insurance and Life Insurance.
Oppicb: No. 231 Main street, Jnst bslow the Spota
wood Hotel. augl6—If
Richmond and danville and
MAIL AND PA8SENOER TRAIN
Leaves Richmond daily (except Sundays) at 7:40, A. M.
Arrives at Danville at 4:50, P. M.
Arrives at Greensboro’ at 8:20, P. M.
Leaves Greensboro' dally (Sundays excepted) at 10:30,
Leaves Danville dally at 5:45, A. M.
Arrives at Richmond at 3:16, P. M.
Trains connect at Burkevllle with Trains on the
Soulhslde Railroad for Fartnvllle, Lynchburg, Bristol,
Knoxville, Dalton, Chattanooga, Memphis, tic., kc. ; at
Oreensboro’ with Trains on the North Carolina Rail
road for Salisbury, Charlotte, Morganton, Lincolntun,
Ac., Sc., N. C.; Chester, Winosboro’, Columbia, Ac.,
Ac., 8. C. THOS. DODAMBAD,
RICHMOND AND PETBR8BDRG RAILROAD CO., i
Richmond, Va., March 6,1S66. )
QHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after MONDAY, the 12th Instant, Trains upon
this road will run as follows:
Leave Manchester daily at 6:10 A. M., and at 4:26
Returning, leave Petersburg dally, 6:25 A. M., and at
5:45 P. M.
The 6:10 A. M. Train from Manchester connects with
the Petersburg and Woldon Train for the South, and
both Trains from Petersbnrg with the Richmond and
Fredericksburg Trains for the North.
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, a Freight
and Accommodation Train leaves Manchester and Pe
tersburg at 10:46 A. M. It conuecta at Petersburg with
the Train for Norfolk E. H. GILL,
mh6-tf Engineer and Superintendent.
ICH.MOND & DANVILLE RAILROAD,
SUPERINTENDENT’S OFFICB, J
Richmond, Feb. 26, 1866. )
The hoar up to which FREIGHT for this road will be
received at the Depot, In Manchester, Is extendod to
FOUR O'CLOCK P. M., from and after this date. At It la
necessary, to enable the clerks to make out the proper
way bills, to have a fixed hour to stop receiving, notice
Is hereby given that no freight will be received after
the hour named.
Tho Freight on goods for Danville and Greensboro'
may be paid at destination, at the option of the ship
pers, but the freight on all goods for way stations must
Shippers will please pay their freight bills by four
o’clock, P. M. ; otherwise goods will not be sent for
Great short route to the north,
EA8T AND WBST, 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 rnn as follows:
The Day Through Mall Train leaves Richmond dally
(Sundays excepted) at 8 A. M., arriving in Washington
at 3:20 P. M., connecting with the early afternoon ex
dally at 8 P. M., arriving in Washington at 6 A.M.,
connecting with the early morning trains for the North,
East and West.
The Express and Freight train leaves Richmond
trl-weckly, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 6 A.
M , arriving in Washington at 6:30 P. M., connecting
with the 7:30 P. M. Train on tho Baltimore and Ohio
railroad for New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Har
risburg and the West.
Fare by this train to Washington only $6 for first
class, ami W> for second class passengers.
The Accommodation Train between Richmond and
Milford leaves Richmond at 3:30 P, M., arriving at Mil
ford at 6 P. M.
Through Tickets and Through Baggage Checks to
Alexandria, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
New York, Boston and all the principal cities in Ihe
For farther information and through tickets, apply
at Ihe office of the company, corner Broad and Eighth
streets, Bhockoe Hill.
J. B. GENTRY,
General Ticket Agent.
SAMUEL RUTH, Superintendent. febl4f
m m at am ac an agnw
RICHMOND AND DANVILLE AND SOUTHSIDERAIL
Passenger Trains leave Richmond dally (except Sun
day) at 7:40 A. M.
First class, six dollars; second class, five dollars;
children between the ages of six and twelve years,
half first-class rales.
The bridges on tho Southslde road having been re
built, this line is
NOW OPEN WITHOUT INTERRUPTION TO LYNCH
Passengors leave Richmond at 7:40 A. M., and arrivo
in Lynchburg at 6 P. M.
Trains connect at Lynchbnrg with trains on tho Vir
ginia and Tennessee railroad.
J. H. LB8TKR,
Ticket Agent Richmond and Danville Railroad.
jjnc HM ON Hand DA NVILLKRAJLRL^D.
On and afler TUESDAY, December 12th, the PASSEN
GER TRAIN on tills road will run as follows :
Leave Richmond dally, Sundays excepted, 7:40 A. M.
Arrivo al Danville, 6:10 P. M.
Leave Danville dally, Sundays excepted, 6:30 A. M.
Arrive in Richmond, 8:15 P. M.
Trains connect at Burkeville with trains on the Senth
side Railroad for Lynchburg, and at Danville with the
trains on the Piedmont Railroad, for Greensboro’ Char
lotte, Ac. THOS. DODAMEAD, Superintendent.
Richmond and PBTKRSBrRo Railroad Co., )
Richmond, Va., April 16,1886. )
^ T^^USSlWGm^Her^e r
there will only be one Train run each way over
this road on Sundays, leaving as follows :
Manchester.At 6:10, A. At.
Petersburg.At 6:45, P. M.
E. H. GILL,
apl6-2w Engineer and Superintendent.
OFFICE RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG
Richmond, Va., March 23,1866.
NOTICE TO SHIPPER8.
On and after this dale all freight* for shipment over
this road must be at Manchester Crossing by 3 o’clock
No Freight will bo received after that honr.
J H WOODCOCK,
mh23-tf__General Freight Agent.
Opfick Richmond and PETaasBrao R. R. Co., >
Richmond, January 3, 1666. $
ON AND AFTER HIE 7TII OF EH if?
JANUARY, 1866, tho Snnday EvemngdfcStt
Passenger Train* will rnn on this road as heretofore,
leaving Manchester at 3:65 P. M. and leaving Pocahon
tas at 6:10 P. M., arriving at Manchester at 7 P M.
E. H. GILL,
jan4-tf Engineer and Superintendent.
LUMBER. CEMENT, &c.
J^UMBER AND CEMENT.
WILSON, GLAZEBROOK & CO.,
Corker Texts axd Cakai. Streets—Softh Side Basik,
Huve on hand and offer for sale a full assortment of
8EASONED and UNSEASONED YELLOW and WHITE
60,000 feet 1$, 11 ind 2-inch Yellow Pine
60.000 feet Scantling and Joist, assorted sties
20.000 feet Garden Kalla
60,000feet Nova Scotia Pine, various sizes
30.000 feet 1-lnch White Pine Boards
LATHS, SHINGLES AND OAK POSTS.
We are prepared to famish BILL TIMBER in any
quantities, at the shortest notice and at luw 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
JOHN LATO UCHE,
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
Franklin street, next to the corner of Fourteenth,
Has now received and will keep constantly on hand a
choice assortment of goods suitable to the styles and
N. B.—As he sells exclusively for cash, be is enabled
to offer a drst-elass article at a low price. mhl2t
|_JOJST ING M ACII INES
AND DUMB WAITERS'
H. M. SMITH &. (X).
Invite the attention of builders and contractors to
their superior patterns of HOISTING APPARATUS for
warehouses and stores. For strength, ease of opera
tion and simplicity, they are nneqnalled by any ma
chinery in use, and we particularly Invite a comparison
of quality and price with any work from Northern
We also make and keep on hand the most approved
patterns of Warehouse and Depot TRUCKS, Warehouse
and Platform 8CALE9, STEP LADDERS, Ac., Ac.
H. M. SMITH A CO.,
apl&f _14 Main street.
ON HAND AND TO ARRIVE,ONE HUN
DRED tons of
HOTT'S AMM8°UPERPh””ph;TE OF LIMK.
A Fertilizer, producing all th. immsdlaie eff^t of the
best Peruvian Guano, snd being “
years after .he Guano is exhausted. Ml. pulverized o
m iii.h nnw.l«r mo there !■ no Iom of time nod labor in
breaking lamps, screening. Ac This8aper Phosphate
is a chemical combination of the moat active, durable
and valuable fertilizer*, mixed in the proportion* that
practical experience has proven to be the most benefi
cial to the aoil, and conalsta of Bone, Sulphuric and
Phosphoric Acids, Ammonia, Soda and Potash.
Te the Farmer we offer this Justly celebrated Fertil
izer on the most accommodating terms, ss an adtancs
f "apl2-qr r°P* HARPER, TALIAFERRO A CO.
C~~IGARS, CIGARS, CIGARS.
10,000 Imported CIGARS, of the very highest
grades, for sale by ?',£5
ap20f Cary, between 16th and HCTh streets. _
1 KA TONS LUMP PLASTER, juat re
l.)U ceived and for aale by
mh29f A PBTTYJOHlf,
. * ‘ .in’’
Pacific mail steamship
COMPANY'S TROUGH LINS
AND CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL.
THROUGH IN TWENTY-TWO DAYS.
Steamships os th* Coxnectixo os the Pacific
Atlantic : WITH THE
HENRY CHAUNCEY, CONSTITUTION,
NEW YORK, GOLDEN CITY,
OCEAN QUEEN, SACRAMENTO,
NORTHERN LIGHT, GOLDEN AGE,
COSTA RICO, MONTANA,
One of the above large and splendid Steamships will
LEAVE PIER NO. 42, NORTH RIVER, foot of Canal
street, at 12 o'clock, noon, on the 1st, 11th and 21*t of
every month (except when those 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 FRAN
CISCO, touching at ACAPULCO.
Departures of 1st and 2lst connect at Panama with
steamers for South Pacific and Cbxtral American
Ports. Thoseof 1st touch at Manzanillo.
A discount of one quarter from steamers' rates al
lowed to secoDd cabin and steerage passengers with
families. Aleo, an allowance of one quarter on
through rates to clergymen and their families, and
school teachers; soldiere having honorable discharges,
One Hundred Pounds Baggage allowed each adnlt.
Baggage-masters accompany baggage through, and at
tend to ladles 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
For Passage Tickets or farther Information, apply at
the Company’s Ticket Office, on the wharf, foot of Canal
street. North River, New York.
mh2-Sm F. W. 0. BELLOWS, AgenL
JpOR NEW YORK.
MA1I. STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
The splendid new side-wheel steamshlpe
Ltwts Parrish, Commandar ;
H. A. Bourne, Commander:
Leave Richmond every TUESDAY 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 slate-rooms included, #15.
Goods shipped by this line ara landed regularly at
Now York, on the Company’s covered pier, within
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 York will bo for
warded with despatch, and no charge made, except ac
tual expenses incurred.
These ships discharge cargo In New York, at Pier No.
S<5 North River, and the Company’s steamers for Wil
tnim-tnn. N. C.. Charleston. Savannah, Mobile and New
Orleans, leave from the same pier. Goods tor mess
points can be transferred without expense or exposure,
insurance ht very low by these ships, and the economy
in time, insurance and condition in which goods aro de
livered, makes this the cheapest route from Virginia.
Insurance effected at lowest rates when ordered.
Livingston, Fox A Co., 141 Broadway, New York.
Samuel Ayres & Co., Richmond, Va.
Cal well Si Dunn, City Point and Petersburg.
T. H. Webb, Norfolk, Va.
For freight or passage, apply to
SAMUEL AYRES St CO.. Agents,
*0" Office corner of Cary and Virginia streets, oppo
site the Tobacco Exchange.
nov20—tf • __
WELLS, FARGO A CO.,
NEW YORK AND CALIFORNIA
EXPRESS AND EXCHANGE COMPANY,
IY». tsd Broodwny, New York.
SHIPPERS OF FREIGHT
Will please take notice,^tbat having been appointed
FREIGHT AGENTS OF THE PACIFIC MAH. STEAM
We are prepared to receive Freight for
CALIFORNIA, OREGON-, NEVADA,
WESTERN COAST OP SOUTH AMERICA.
For rates apply at our office, No. 84 Broadway, or
freight office on dock foot of Canal street.
Steamers will sail 1st, 11th and 21st of each month ;
those dates falling on SUNDAY, on preceding SATUR
NO SLOW FREIOHT RECBIYED ON DAY OF SAIL
FREIGHT MUST BE DELIVERED ON DOCK FOOT
OF CANAL STREET.
Bills of Lading will be issued at No. 84 Broadway.
Onr usual Package Expross will be sent by each
steamer AND WILL CLOSE AT 10 A. M. ON SAILING
DAY. „ „
Our Letter Bags will close at 11:30 A. M. For conve
nience of our up-town customers a letter bag will be
kept at the Metropolitan Hotel and on the dock foot of
Oar FRANKED ENVELOPES wilt be on sale at the
office of the lD-tel and at our offices, No. 84 Broadway
and Canal street dock.
All letters sent through ns MUST BE IN GOVERN
Sight Exchange on San Francisco for sale.
Telegraphic transfers of money made to all points
reached by the wires on West Coast.
California Coupons bought at best rates.
nov6-6m WELLS, FARGO 4 CO.
BOOTS, SHOES, &c.
New spring stock boots and
SHOES—Just received onr Spring Stock of
Gentlemen's Boots and Shoes,
Misses’ Calf Balmorals
Boys’ and Youths’ Pine Balmorals
( hildren’s Fine Polish Balmotals.
Our stock is very large and well suited to the trade,
and the attention of onr customers is solicited, assuring
them that we can sell them good Boots and Shoes as
low as they can bo bad in this or any other city.
PUTNEY Si WATTS,
inh21f Donnan's Building, Governor st.
I?RESH STOCK OF BOOTS, SHOES, ftoT,
’ JrsT Rn hived.
GARDNER A CARLTON,
No. a PEARL ok FOURTEENTH STREET,
Have received two hundred packages of Fresh Spring
BOOT8, SID'EB, HATS and TRUNKS, direct from the
manufacturers, embracing all qualities and of every
style, which we offer to the Trade cheap. Call and ex
GRUBBS 4 WILLIAMS,
BEAL ESTATE AGENTS AM) AUCTIONEERS,
Havo removed to their n*w ottice, under .National
Bank of Virginia, north west corner of Main and Elev
enth streets, where they are prepared to continue the
HEAL ESTATE BU8I>'Bb8 in all its branches. They
will endeavor to merit and hopes to recei ve, as hereto
fore, a fair share of the business in their line.
jjjLTUY & McKinney,
Have removed their office to the new building at the
lower end of the Baein, immediately oppoalte the toll
hon.e. They continue the sale of Tobacco, Flour,
Wheat, Corn, 4c., and trtut from long experience to he
able to give satisfaction to all who may patronlrethem,
E. G. JAMES & CO
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Have removed lo their large new More, south tide or
Carjr htreet, third door from Thirteenth street.
They have now in store—
Extra and superline Virginia Floor
Superior old Kentucky By* Whiskey
Extra quality French Brandy
Soused Pig" Feet
Canvaeed «»",* „ ,(api9 Dry Ooode, all of
which’they'ifff r for sale at the loweet market rate, to
ClThev°l?ofc“"l-‘gnm*nta °f *» kln<1" of COUNTRY
pilitnnCE and MERCHANDISE, and are prepared to
receive » Urge quantity of .«orage.iMKg4c0 i
_tf Sd door from above Thirteenth street.
R~ EMOVAL.—ON THE FIRST OF JANtL
ary, 1868, we will remove our business to No*. 278
and 2S1, Broadway, (op alaire.j directly opposite A. T.
Stewart 4 Co. HALL,diOUTHWlCK 4 CO.
N. B.—We would call attention, In connection with
above notice of oar removal, lo onr tncreaaed facilities
for manufacturing Ladies’, Misses’ and Children's Ma
chine Sewed Work of all kinde. dei:22-6m
TJ E M 0 V A L . ,
COBB Y, PUG H 4 CO
TOBACCO AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
and forwarding agents,
Havo removed to Thirteenth Mreet. between Main
and Cary, and wl|| give theirnndivided attentio" '
sale of MaxrpACTCBiD ax® hr.Ay Toui' ^s,,.. :
Flour, Corn, and every variety of country p, -
respectfully eollclt the patronage of their ...
OLD RYE WHISKEY.
20 barrels flne Old Rye Whiskey
100 11 R^HdjdMd.
anl7t flJoROE I. HKRRINO 4 C0._ ]
rTtX hVrHELS FLOUR, Extra atul Ru- (
500 pert* A. Y STOKES 4 CO.
FROM RICHMOND. PETERSBURG AND NORFOLK
The Splendid British Steamship
3,000 tona, Captain Wtr.MAM Coli.iiicm,
Will mil from Virginia for Liverpool direct,
ON OK ABOUT MAY 1ST.
MT" Freight at low rates.
nr Advances made on consignments to our friend
For particulars, apply to
R. H. D1BRELL, Agent, Richmond.
CHIEVES A OSBORNE, Agents, Peter.bur,
WILLIAM LAMB, Agent, Norfolk.
Messrs. MaoANDKEWS A CO., Agents, Lirerpo"!
pOR NEW YORK.
ATLANTIC COAST MAIL STEAMSHIP
The new and elegant side-wheel steamship
Captain H. A. Burtn.
Will leave her wharf at Rocketts on SATURDAY, 28C
April, at 3 o'clock, A M.
Passengers can go aboard the erenlng precious.
For freight or passage, having unsurpassed accom
modations, apply to
8AMUEL AYRES A CO.,
ap25-4t_Cary and Virginia street#.
I ['HEIGHT FOR NEW YORK
1 AND BOSTON.
INLAND ROUTE, VIA CHESAPEAKE BAY AND Cl
UAL, THROUGH TO NEW YORK.
THE OLD POWHATAN STEAMBOAT COMPANY t
The new and first class steamers STATE OP MARY
LAND, PETKKSBURQ and STATE OF VIKUINIA, art
now receiving and forwarding merchandise of all At
script ions from Richmond to Philadelphia, N- w Yo»k
and Boston, In connection with the Canal Un« ol
dally steamers from Baltimore.
These steamers leave Richmond every Monday, Wed
nesday and Saturday, for Baltimore.
Goods shipped on those days will be landed in New
York on the third day thereafter.
Shippers will take notice that goods shipped by ’h’
line do not go to sea, but are carried entirely thron.
IIUIO, thus saving or superseding the necessity of i.
snrance against sea risks.
The large vise of the steamers belonging to this lit
enable us to carry goods at less than by any olh
Freight for points beyond New York will be forwai
ed with dispatch.
This line Is the only one that connects with a dal
line from Baltimore for Philadelphia and New Yor<.
and that can give Ihrongh receipts.
No drayage or commission charged. The two line,
occupy the same wharf In Baltimore.
For freight or paaeage, apply to
DAVID A WM. CURRIE,
Office at Charles T. Wortham A Co.'s,
net 24—la Fifteenth street.
rpHE BALTIMORE ANl) I1A
1 VAN A 8. 8. COMPANY.
ALEX. BROWN A SONS,_
FOR HAVANA AND NF.VV ORLEANS.
CARRYING THE U. 8. MAIL.
The first-class Steamships of this Line will sail as
“CUBA.” 1.100 tons.
WILLIAM ROLLINS, Commander.
On WEDNESDAY, April 25th.
“LIBERTY,” 1,2M tons,
WILLIAM J. STAFFORD, Commander,
From Brown's Wharf, F. P., at 4 o'clock P M pt'
eisely on the days announced.
For freight or passage, haring unsurpassed actor
luodatioDH, apply to
HENRY M. WARFIELD it CO., Agents,
No. 16 Spear's Wharf.
N. B.—No hills of lading but those of the Compir
will be signed. Permits for freight most he procure
from this office. No freight received or hills of Indio
signed on day of sailing. Freight forwarded to ns wlli
he shipped to New Orleans and Havana by the steam
ships of this Company free of all charges, except dray
age and wharfage, and bills of lading Issued on reeep
lion of the goods in Baltimore. ap!3-ly
mHBOUGH TO LEXlNa-ftdL_-*«nntfi
L TON AND BUCHANAN IN 27$»2E3SCirz2
By Railroad to Lynchburg, and Canal Packets from
thence to Lexington and Buchanan, fare through $10.
By Packet Boat all the way, from Richmond US hours.
Fare A'i. Including meals All.
Passengers leaving Richmond at 7.15 hv Central
and orange and Alexandria night train, also Washing
ton City, connect with the boats at Lynchburg, Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday, at 7 next A. M., snd ar
rive in Lexington and Buchanan at 10$ 1*. M , 27$ hour*
Leave Lexington and Buchanan at 4 A M, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, arrive In Lynchhnrgal 5 P M.,
connect with the cars and arrive In Richmond and
Washington at 5 A. M , 25 hours through.
The boats connect In l.ynchbnrg, also, with the Vir
ginia and Tennessee Hail trains, both going and return
Ing. Fare to Lynchburg, A5.
our boats leave Richmond as usual, Monday, Wednes
day and Friday at 5 P. M. K EL>M"ND.
The A No. 1 barqne QUEEN VICTORIA,
at City Point, Is ready to receive freight for Liverpool.
Liberal advances made on consignments to iny friends
In London, Liverpool or Dublin.
For freight, apply to R. H. DIBRELL.
npHB “ SENTINEL,”
PUBLISHED DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEK!
RALEIGH, N. C.
WM. E. PELL.Proprietor and state Pris
WM E. PELL A.VD SEATON GALES
THE SENTINEL Is an Independent newspaper
warm supporter of the Union axd the Constitution.
Andrew Johnson, our magnanimous President, and
policy, and devoted especially to the recuperatlan >
prosperity of the South and of North Carolina.
It labors to promote harmony, good feeling and eqr
rights among all the States, but will rebuke all u
founded expressions against tha loyalty and Inlegri-;
of the Southern people.
Special attention will be paid to the news and tuarke'
Full proceedings of the Legislature and all importan'
State papers appear In tho Sextixbi..
its circulation is believed to be equal to any in the
State, if not the largest. Its advertising patronage is
large and growing.
The Dalfy and weekly are now t*«a«d. The h nil
Weekly will appenr in a nhoit time.
Daily Sentinel, In advance, per y<-ar.**® ®®
.. •• •< « months.8 00
Semi-Weekly, " P«* 7***.* ®®
It a “ <J months.2 8®
Weekly, *' P«r 7**f.*9®
We ..(Ter, for the Spring trade, a floe •••ortmen! >
ORNAMENTAL SHRUBBERY AND SLOW KLIN'
PLANTS, embracing all tb« new and most approv.
Evergreens, Roses, Verbenas, Dahlia., Heliotrope,
Ac.. Ac., at the most reasonable rates.
These plant, are grown at oor W
.. . —in r««;t>ifed and filled by ua at th.
ALLAN A BROTHER.
point Addre.. Box ^ KuhlaonJ
OFFICE—No. 4 Fifteenth atrevt, between Main ar.d
HATS, CAPS, Ac.
f 8POT8WOOD HOTBL, RICHMOND, VA ,
Invite, the attention of hia old cnatouer. and the pub
Jlc to the very line stock of SPRING GOOD8 he la no*
In receipt of. The slock comprises all the styles no'
in use and all the variety of grades In price, from tb
lowest price Palm Leaf and Wool Hat to the Bne>>
French Felt Hat.
Merchants and Dealers are particularly requested ">
examine this atock. They will And the goods at aa tow
prices as at any Northern house that break eases
■JOHN W. LEE ft SON,
HO08B AND 810N PAINTERS AND GLAZIERS,
Corn >r Eighth and Grace streets.
Walls and Ceilings Whitened or Colored. Will un
lertake orders In (he country. .
Haring had a long #xp#r1euc* *n ba*In#Mf they
•ngage to give satisfaction. (jgoROE W. LEE,
apld-lm JOHN W LEE. _
JUST RECEIVED, Die latest style of LA
DIES' DRESS BOTTOM, Ladles’ Lisle Thread
GAUNTLETS, a beatitifnUrtlcle ; Ladles'Silk and Llsie
Thread GLOVES, ® assortment of
FANCY G.SID8 and PERFUMERIES^ haRtz
Dealer In all kinds of Trimmings, Fancy Goods
And Perfumeries, 217 Broad street.
Between Fourth and Fifth.
CHILDREN’S CLOTHING, to fit boys and
children from four yeant old to eighteen. Stock Is
,ree the variety great, and for sale low, at 112 Main
WM IRA SMITH A CO.
A' B —Children’s Wear made to order when pre
IHrOOLEN BUSINESS SUITS
W Por 8PRINO AND SUMMER
’rom US to #60, from common to iuo, from large to
mall, at 112 Main street.
»pl2f WM IRA SMITH A CO.
28 barrels Cot anJ Crushed Sugar
60 “ A and AC Sugar
20 C Extra Sugar
In store and for sale by
apl7f GEORGE 1. HERRINO A CO.
ORTH CAROLINA ROE HERRINGS.
REEVE A MATO.
apl7f Franklin street,bolweon Sth «ml Sib.
f* BALES COTTOlT YARNS, 12’*, !C»
® 16’.. >ow to eloa. coo^*.^^ ^
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