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j^^TUESDAY MORNING.-MAY 1,1M6.
CITY ANT) SUBURBAN.
1 The Toans op th« Ska.-We .re indebted to
Mewm Cote St Turner, news dealers. Whig Build
lng, for a copy of the above work-Vietor Hugo'.
j last. __
I Cinccir Corar or Henrico— Yrsterdat.—The
case of Alfred Winston, charged with shooting Mre. ,
Lucsa, was continued, owing to the absence of im
porunt witnesses, until the next term. He was ad
mitted to bail.
Tbe civil docket will be called to-day.
“Bacon aw» Greens.”—Dr. bagby lectures in
Georgetown, D. C., tliia week ; at Charlotte Court
House on court day ; at Halifax Court House tbe
next day: and at Williamsburg on the 25th of this
^ month, court day.
Does and Boos Cattueed.—The “catchers”)
have, up to date, netted eighty-eight dogs, sixteen
of which were redeemed at five dollars per Lead and
the remaining seventy-two put to death. They
have also captured nine hogs, from the sale of which j
the city has realized sixty-two dollais.
Court or Appeals.—Present Judges Moncure and
Joynes.—The Court was engaged yesterday iu hear
ing the argument in the case of Norris rs. Johnston,
upon a writ of supersedeas to the judgment of the
Circuit Court of Fauquier. Mr C. G. Griswold for
the plaintiff, and Messrs. L. R. Spillman and Wm.
Green for the defendants. At the conclusion of the
argument, tbe Court,took time to consider the 1
judgment to be given iu the cause.
The Anaconda.—The Baltimore and Ohio Rail
road Company has just completed arrangements to
i forward freight to Alexandria, Lynchburg, Knox
Iville. Dalton and Atlanta, and to points on the Or
ange and Alexandria. Fast Tennessee and Virginia.
Fast Tennessee and Georgin. and Western and At
lantic railroads.
Get Richmond look to her connection with tbe
West and Southwest.
More Mi les Stolun—A Sheriff ttik Victim.—t
tin Sunday night some of the gang of thieves organ- j
i*ed in and around Richmond made a raid upon the
gptock of Mr. Wm. C. Moncure. I>eputy Sheriff of
■Henrico, aud carried off two o( his best mules. No- :
■thing has been yet heard of them. It is a little sin
gular that while Mr. M. is daily in attendance at the
Hkal of the mule thieves now before the Henrico Cir
* cult Court that he himself should be robbed by some
of their colleagues stilt at large. They have evi
dently no particular respect either for the dignity of
the Commonwealth or the property of its officers.
Kxciteiuent Yesterday.—Our community was
not a little excited yesterday morning by the an
nouncement that a serious row had ocearred in Fal
mouth, opposite Fredericksburg, between the whites
and negroes, and that fifteen of the latter had been
killed. This was allayed, however, by the reception
of a despatch at noon which stated that no row had
occurred, and that all was quiet, not only there, but,
along the Rappahannock.
Chastain Hahtton A cqrrrrKD.—Chastain
fampton was tried, yesterday, by the Circuit Court
o| Henrico, npon the charge of having stolen horses
ffjJhAkjdf SeWelT Mr. Sturdivant represented the
'Commonwealth, and Messrs. Johnson A McIntosh
appeared Tor the accused. After hearing the argu
ment on both sides, the jury retired, and in a short
time brought in a verdict of acquittal. He was
warmly congratulated by his friends and relatives
who were present. It is to be hoped that the diffi
culty in which he has been placed may induce him.
in the future, not only to eschew all violation of
law, but to shun the very appearance of evil.
May.—
‘•The spirit of the gentle South wind calls
From her blue throne of air.
And where her whispering voice in music falls.
Beauty is budding there;
The bright ones of the valley break
L Their slumbers, and awake.”
I- These “bright ones of the valley,” how sweetly
they speak to os. So lately slumbering in death,
now all awake, alive, arisen. The whisperiug voice
of the gentle South wind has called, aud they have
come forth, all-glorious in the beauty of a uew life.
So little worth in the eyes of worldly wisdom, yet so
cared for; “they toil not, they spin not,” yet they
stand arrayed in more than royal glory. Rose am!
lilly, cowslip and primrose, pure, sweet, voiceless
kmessengers are they all, telling us of a uew life for
him that was dead, and now glory for the Inwliaat
and least worthy.
Powhatan.—The Mobile Register, noticing the
sale of Mr. Robert Mayo's seat near this city, kuown
“ Powhatan,” says :
“ It excites sad thoughts. The beautiful estate re
ferred to—more properly know •. as • 1 owhatan
Seat'—just below Richmond, has oeen in possession
of the Mayo family for we know not how many
generations, and has always been the abode of a
Liberal, refined, and cordial hospitality.
•» The tradition about Capt. Smith is justly charac
terized an * dubious.* although a large stone is shown
in the yard, on which the Knglish adveuturer s head
is supposed to have been laid when he was reseueb
by the Virginia princess. It is scarcely possible, ac
cording to Smith’s narrative, that the incident could
have occurred on that particular sjiot. There is ljt
tie or no doubt however, that it was one or the
places of residence of -King Powhatan, and a less
•dubious' tradition makes it the place of his *
-Powhatan Seat” only shares the fate of many
other fine old Southern estates, in passing into the
hands of strangers, but those who have enjoyed the
large-hearted hospitality of its former owners will
read the above announcement with more than orui
narv emotion*. The memories of many a vanished
. hour will long linger among its airv halls, its shady
; walk*, it* graa*y lawn*, its* tine old tree*, aud its eu
chanting view* of the noble river that winds
through the valley below.
Mayor's Cocrt—Mayor Mayo Prrsidino.—
The colored loafers were, as osnal, tardy in their at
tendance. as at the opening of the court there were
Ak.- _TKav
urn n uu/.ru —-i «
gradually dropped iu, however, so that bcfbce the
adjournment the lobby presented a mass of faces
varying from the ebon black to the bright mulatto.
Tom Folkes, for being drunk an.l disorderly in the
street, was lined ten dollars, and required to give one
hundred dollars security for his good behavior.
Rebecca Chandler, frail, but not fair, and as well
known in the police court as Alice Hargrove, was
jip for being drunk and using indecent language iu
the street. She was locked up. She smiled blandly
at the prospect of spending another season in jail.
Mr. Ragland was fined five dollars because his
driver had violated the ordinance against fast driving
in the streets.
Owen Reily, who got the worst of a difficulty with
^ Ned Hudson, a negro, on Saturday night, was be
fore the Mayor upon the charge of fighting in the
street. He was required to give one hundred dollars
security for his future good behavior.
The case of Hugo Begli, charged with passing a
counterfeit twenty dollar United States Treasury
note to Marcus R -seuthall, on Broad street, iu pay
ment for a coat, and receiving froiff him six dollar
change in good money, was postponed at the requesi
pf the accused until this morning. Begli. subse
,jj>cnt to the purchase, offered to sell the coat for sis
dolls ^ BOt k*lf b® P*il1 for iU He !*a-V8 b* got th*
note fr,^Ahuekster, whose name he does not know.
CAiuntftttiv? o' CrrT Cot-'cu.—Th<
Council met yesterday afternoon at 4 o’clock, th<
President, W H Macfsrland. presiding. Preeent
* Messrs. Crump, Lee. t*ott. Gla^brook, Crutchfield
4 Kppes, Saunders, Ha."Wood, Taylor, Stvll, Augusl
and Gentry.
The President announced the election of a (ity
Surveyor aa the first business ill order, when the ''<'<•
retary read the following list of candidates : Chas.
t1. Dimmock. B. S. Sublett, Joseph J. Pleasants *n 1
William H. Clark.
•‘Mr. August advocated the claims of Captain
Dimraock, who. he said, is as pure a man. and af
competent aa engineer as can be found within the
limits of the Commonwealth.
Mr. Scott favored the election of Mr. Pleasants,
because of his experience and his knowledge of the
eft.
Mr. Lee, while testifying to the personal worth o»
Mr. Pleasants, thought that in the present emergency
the city needed in this office an active, energetic and
U competent young man. He would, therefore, vote
- for Mr. Dimmock.
The roll being called, Mr. Dimmock was unani
mously elected.
He was highly recommended by Generali Lee and
Mahone.
, reports op comciTTtxa.
Mr. Maunders, from the Committee on Finance, re
ported in favor of the payment of the claim of
Cooly A C sgood, amounting to 96.710 17, for work
River in 1669 and '60, which was
reported favorably upon the
P. Hawkins, Christian J.
Rev. R. C. Moore bad other*.
garter Harrison, taking
>nds of the city of Rich
iste war. and se- j
SSBS5RBBHK* J
questrateJ and told under an order of the Confede
rate State* Court during the war. Agreed to.
Also, in favor of exempting the property of the
Infirmary of SC France* do Sale* from taxation.—
Agreed to.
The same committee reported, a* lb amendment to
the ordinance imposing .taxes for the support of the
city, a clause taxing insurance agents at the same
rate that they were taxed under the provision* of
the last tax bill. ' '
The Council granted to certain parties the privi
lege of having ball* in the First Market Hall.
The Committee on the Revision of Ordinances,
through Mr. Lee, recommend the adoption of the
following resolution :
Resolved. That Peachy R. (’.rattan be employed
to revise the ordinances of the city of Richmond, on
der the supervision of the committee, and that for
such services the said Grattan be allowed a reasona
ble sum.
The report was agreed to.
The petition of John Morton, who resides out of
the corporation, asking the privilege of conducting
water from the city pipe* into hi* premises at hi*
own expense, was rejected.
The Committee on Public Buildings reported in
favor of an appropriation of $1,000 for tbe repair and
cleansing of the City Hall. Also that the ( ity Ln
gineer be instructed to pot in order and re-arrange
the coart-room ’according to the plan determined
upon by himself and the court.
The report was adopted.
THE RAILROAD CONNECTION.
The following resolutions, reported by the special
committee on the subject, ami laid on the table at
the last meeting ol tbe Council, were taken up and
passed:
Rewired. That the authority and right be and are
hereby given to R. B. Haxall. P. V. Daniel, Jr..
Charles Film. U. A. Mvere and T. H. Wynne and
others who may be stockholder* in the Richmond,
Fredericksburg 4 Potomac and Richmond A Pe
tersburg Railroad Connection Company, Incorpo
rated bv the act of the Legislature of Virginia,
passed March 3. lW to construct a railroad through
the corporate limits of this city, by the route and in
accordance with the plana submitted to the Council,
with the memorial of the above named persons, and
bv themselves, their officers and agents, or by the
agency of the connected railroads, to transport over
the said proposed connecting railroad, in cars, drawn
by locomotive engines, passengers and freights iu
accordance with the'r charter, with the laws of ' ir
ginia and the ordinances of this city: provided that
the speed of such trains shall never exceed four
miles per hour within the corporate limits of this
oity: and. provided farther, that at both ends of the
tunnel on the proposed railroad there shall be con
stantly kept guards who shall, with signal dags aft<1
lamps, or such other means as the city authorities
may prescribe, give notice and warning of the pas
sage of every train through the said tunnel.
The following, on motion of Judge Crump, was
added: ‘-And subject farther to such fnture
regulation* as may be hereafter adopted by the
Council for the protection of persons and proporty
along the projected route.”
The proposed road will pass from Broad street out
side of the corporation limits, crossing the extension
nt Cnm franklin. Main and Carv streets, and on
reaching Byrd street it strikes the corporation
line at a point fronting the Penitentiary. It then
passes down Byrd nntil it reaches a point a little
berond -Second, where it tnnncls Gamble's Rill, and
continues under Byrd, a distante of six hnndred
feet, coming out on^ifth. 3treeti HC— canal.—
FpowThis pointer Will be built on trestle work f,r'.oen
or twenty feet high, nntil It connects'With the Pe
tersburg road at the depoL
The Couucil then adjourned.
Cai-uht in the Act of Passing Cocntekfeit
Money.—For some time past the police have Wen
in possession of information which convinced them
that Andrew Cozzoloni. who hus a store on Main,
between Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets, was
patting in circulation large quantities of counter
feit small notes, and yesterday the Chi^ of Police
set a trap which caught him. I nder his iustruc
tions. Detective Knox sent a negro into Cozzoloni’?
to get a five dollar note changed, he remaining out
side to watch the transaction. Cozzoloni gave him
the change in twenty-five cent notes, of which
three dollars and seventy-five cents were new eonn
terfe'ts of the rankest typo. On the back of these
notes customs is spelt “ custums." He was forthwith
arrested, and quartered in a cell at the station
house. He will be examined this morning by the
Mayor.
Thk French Spy.—We have only space to state
that Miss Western achieved a grand success last
night as the French Spy. and added to the laurel?
she has already won. The other characters were
admirably sustained. It will War several repeti
tions. __
SCNDAY Hkr auk—We are indebted to Messrs.
Cole A Turner for the HtraUi of Sunday, the 2<RL
instant. _ «
FOB SALE OB LEASE.
4 MOST BEAUTIFUL MARKET
FARM OF TWENTY TWO AND 4 HALF
ACRES, LYING ONE AND A HALF MILES NORTH
OF THE CITY OF RICHMOND FOR SALE —I am
authorized bv Mr E. J. Krebs to sell the above very
desirable property. It adjoins Mr. Garland Hanes, Jr.,
and other*. The neighborhood is excellent. The land
for the mat part 1* now in vegetables growing for mar
ket. There is a variety of Fruits and Berries. The
dwelting 1* comfortable—contains live rooms. Kitch
en. and ail neceesary out accominpdatlons A well ol
delightful water and handsome shade trees in the
vard.
' To any one wanting such a place, it possesses the rare
advantage of being ready to yield at once largo return?
from the Investment. The present employees are skill
fit l and reliable, and can be retained for moderate
wage*
For further Irfcrmation apply to
W B. ROBINS,
Real Estate Agent,
102 Main street, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth.
sparest _ ___
■\ Valuable mining property for
V SALE.—The mining right In 31S acre* of Land,
called the “RyeBeid Tract,” on the James River and
Kanawha Canal, immediately ever what i* called the
Coal Basin, in Goochland county, is offered for sale.—
Address POWHATAN ROBERTSON, Postofflce Box 999,
Richmond. tplS-tlt
MEETINGS.
Masonic educational con- ca
VENTION.—The Masonic Educational Con- YY
vention willimeet lu the Grand Jury Room. in'W'
the City Hall (up stairs), on FRIDAY EVENING at t
o’clock. Delegates are requested to be punctual intheii
attendance. _ _mayl-ld
Having obtained from the gov
BKNOR the use of the Hall of the House of Dele
I gat-r, the general meeting of the subscribers to tin
I UNION BANK OF RICHMOND SAVINGS IXSTITC
i ulm will p© n*.*ia laorvui vn a uu ^ *»-j , -
S o'cldgk, P. M.t forth® purpose of affecting an organi
ration.
I A full And punctual pttendance la requested, either It
person or hr proxy.__aP30-4t
Hollywood cemetery.—The annu»
meeting of the Stockholders of HOLLYWOiH’
I CEMETERY COMPANY will be held on TUESDAY, Is
I May next, at the offlce of the J.mes River and Ksnawh:
Canal Companr, Basin Bank, at one o’cloek.
ap30-2t» ♦ JAffl£S H. GARDNER, Secretary.
WANTED
W ANTED—BUSiNESS UOUSEi locatiot
either on Twelfth. Thirteenth or Pourteent)
I street, between Mam and Cary, preferred. Addresi
I Box SS3. Postofflce. * _ rnylt
"V|7 AN TEL'—BOARD IN THE COUNTRY
Y Y An elderly lady and grown daughter desire t<
secure permanent buard in the country. Reference!
given and required.
Address, stating terms, A. B. C., Box S4, Richmom
Postofflce ^_apli>-c2t
y«TANTED— BONES, BONES.—Five hun
V V dred tons BOXES wanted, for which the highe*
market price in cash will be paid.
S. P. LATUROP, Agent,
| apl9f Eighteenth street, south side of Dock.
I TMTANTED—ALL PERSONS TO KNOW
VY that on account of a large increase of business
1 we have obtained a larger Offlce on Broad street, foui
doors above Ninth, basement rooms under Old Swat
, Tavern, where merchants can obtain CLERKS, SALES
i MEN. PORTERS. Ac.; HOUSEKEEPERS, SERVANTS
COOKS. LAUNDRESSES, CHAMBERMAIDS, Ac , Ac
| mile or female, while or colored. FARMERS’HELI
of all kinds. Railroad Superintendents and Contract
ors. Ac., needing help of any kind, are respectfully re
ferred to Mr. J. J. Worth, Agent of Carbon Hill Coa
Company, and Messrs. Mason A Qalllar. contractors ot
Clover Hill Railroad, as to oar ability of obtaining
hands, as we hare famished them over one hundred
men In the last ten daye, under contract for three an>l
six months. Contracts of all kinds on hand at the of
lice, Ac.
| Wanted, purchasers for foar splendid FARMS ic
Hanover and Caroline counties, near railroads.
Wanted, all persoaa out of employment to call and
I register their names, as we are obtaining situation* foi
I all classes. Call on
JAMES T. HENDERSON A CO.
Address, Virginia Employment Agency, Box 139
I Richmond, Va., enclosing stamp. at>2>'-2w
WANTED— AGENTS_875 to $200 j>ei
month fet Gentlemen, and *33 to *73 for Ladies,
I everywhere, to -ntroduce the Common Sense Family
Sewing Machine, Improved and perfected. It will hem
' fell, stitch, quilt, bind, braid and embroider beautiful
ly. Price only *30, making the elastic lock stitch, and
fully warranted for three years. w« pay the abov<
wage®, or a commission, from which twice that amounl
can he made. Address or call on C. BOWERS A CO.,
Offlce No. 233 South Fifth street, Philadelphia, Pa.
All letters answered promptly, with circulars and
terms. an 16-dim
WANTED—STORAGE.—Tfee U. Statei
t>rdnance Department having vacated our ware
I house, we are now prepared to receive Storage to Iht
bulk of 10,000 barrels, and solicit a eall
Our terms for Storage are the same as established by
tha Richmond Board of Trade in 1S36, parable in specie
or Us equivalent.
Vessels and canal boats discharge and load at our
house FREY OP CARJAGK.
feb»f ' LEE A PETTYJOHN.
WANTED—TO CAPITALISTS—A PART
MKS. with a cash capital of |30.ias), to take an
! interest In a M rcantile Rouse, doing a business of oyer
a half million ’tollArs per annua Fpr particulars, ad
dress ABC, care of Wtrfu OSes, Richmond Viv
_JanW-tf/
1 non BUSHELS RRAN,BRf>w NST/^F
I^l/W and SfflPSTUFF.
M ifEBT* A MAYO.
mylf_Franklin netween Si> and *tPu
i.ooQa«2?saig»**flS:'
mint\^UJno. for a*U low •'^yTsTOKW 4 Q*.
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THE MARKETS.
- ! '* * 1
TUB GOLD AND 8ILVKB MAKKfaT.
Richmond, April 30.
Broken were buying gold to-aHj^ffc^a^, *nd
selling at 127al3&
Silver buying at — allS, and selling at 122, Mar
ket fluctuating.
BANK NOTES.
We give quotatww famished by Messrs. J. R. Al
len A Co.. Brokers, Ac., No. 67 Main street, opposite
>t. Charles Hotel:
Virginia._Fairmont Rank, 80e: Wheeling Bank fc,
96c Bank of Berkeley, 83c^ Bank of Rockingham,
countersigned. 45*\: Bank of Rockbridge, counter- J,
signed, 38c.; Bank of Commerce, conntersigned. 43c.;
Bank of Winchester, countersigned, 75c.: Bank ol
Old Dominion, countersigned, 44c.; Southwestern
Bank, conntersigned, 40c.: Farmers’ Bank of Fincas
tie, countersigned, 38c,; Merchants’ Bank, counter
signed, 40c.; Merchants’ Bank, 20c.: Bank of the
Valiev. 20c.; Central Bank. 4c.: Central Bank, conn
unsigned, 20c.; Monticello Bank, 10c.; Monticdlo
Bank, countersigned. 40c.; Bank of Scottsville. Ik1.;
Bank of Scottsville, countersigned. 40c.; Bank ot»,
Howard«ville. 3c.: Bank of Howardavdle, counter
signed, 40.-.; Bank of Virginia, 25c.: Farmer’s Bank,
JJ. ■ Exchange Bank, 25c.; Danville Bank. 23c.; Cor
poration of Alexandria, 48c.;, Bank of Richmond,
10c Trader’s Bank. 30c.; Bank or Charleston, 20,-.,
Bank of Phillippi, 6c.: Bank of City of Petersburg, I
18i*. ’ : 1 I
North Carolina.—Bank of the State, 28c.; Bank |
of Cape Fear 22c.; Bank of Charlotte, 18c.; Bank of
Clarendor, 6c.: Bank of Commerce, 12c.; Bank of |
Favetteviilc. 8c.; Bank of Lexington, 10c.; Bank
of Roxboro’, 20c.; Bank of Thoraasville. 20c.; Bank
of Wadesboro’, I4e.: Bank of Washington, 6c.;
Bank of Wilmiugton 12o.; Bank of k auceyville,
7c.: Commercial Bank, 14c.; Fanner*’ Bank. Me.;
Greensboro’ Mutual, 6c.; Merchants Bank, 38e.;
Miners’ and Planters’ Bank. 25.
South Carolina.—Bank of Camden, 40c.; Bank of
Charleston, 20e.: Bank of Chester, 19e.; Bank of
Georgetown, Me.; Bank of Hamburg. 17c.; Bank of
Newberrv, 40c.; Bank of South Carolina, 10c.; Bank
of the State, loc.; Commercial Bank, 18c.; Exchange
Bank, 17c.; Farmers’ and Exchange, 6c.; Merchants’
Bank, 20c.; People’s Bank. 40c.; Planters Bank of
Fairfield. 15*-.; Planters’ and Mechanics’ Bank, 18c.;
Southwestern Railroad Bank, 42c.; State Bank, 6c.;
Union Bank, 60c.
Georgia —Augusta Insurance and Banking Com
pany. 6c.; Rank or Augusta. 40e.; Bank of Athens.
W Bank or Columbus, 18c.: Bank of Commerce,
7c • Bank of FulU>n, 35c.: Bank of Empire State,
»c.; Bank of Middle Georgia, 80c.; Bank of Savan
nah. 35c.: Bank of the State, 23c.; Central Railroad
Banking Company, 90c.; City Bank, 24c.; I armett
and Mechanics’ Bank, 10c.; Georgia Railroad and
Banking Company, 90c.: Marine Bank, 80?.; Me
cliauics’ Bank. 10c.; Merchants’ and. Planters Bank,
7c.; Planters' Bank, 12c.' Union Bank,7c.
Alabama.—Bank of Mobile 75c.: Bank of Mont
gomery. 80c.: Bank of Selma, 38c.; Commercial
Bank, 37c.: Central Bank, 37c.; Eastern Bank, 40c.;
Northern Bank. 45c.; Southern Bank, 75c.
Tennessee.—Bank of Chattanooga. 18c.; Bank of
Middle Tennessee. 70c.; Bank of Tennessee, old, 30c.;
Bank of West Tennessee, 30c.: City Bank of Nash
ville 35c.; Merchants’ Bank, 26c.; Ocoee Bank, 25c.:
Planters’ Bank, 50c.; Slielbvville Bank, 65c.; Traders’
Bank, loe.; Union Bank, 60c.
Louisiana.—Bank of America, par; Bank of
Louisiana, 32c.; Bank of New Orleans, 50c.; Canal
Bank. H0o.: Citizens’ Bank, 80c.: CrescentCity Bank,
65c • Louisiana State Bank, 46c.; Mechanics’ and
o,.- . it_n„.,u fuu.. V.ra, i
Orleans City Scrip, 80c.; Southern Bank, perftJnlon
Bank, 66c.
These quotations are liable to fluctuation.
Small notes—One’s, Two's, Ac.—of the above
Banks are bought at 6 to 10 cts.
RICHMOND MARKETS, April 30. 1866, P. M.
Apples.—Red Apples. 510*811 ; Russetts from 87
toBacon, —Shoulders sell at 13$ to 14 cents. Bides
161al7. Plain Hams at 22*22$ cents; Sugar
cured, 24c.; New Virginia hog round 17.
Butter.— New York State60a70 cents; Virginia,
45a5oc., the lost for small lots choice. Very little
in market. __ . _ .
Candles.—Adamantine at 22a24 cents.: Paraflne
37 cents; City Tallow are selling at 16 ct3., factory
price by the cjuantitv.
Chemicals.—Bi Carb Soda is now held at 11 cts.;
Sal Soda, 6$n7c. _ ,
Chf.ese.—Common Eastern at 23a24c.; English
Dairy, 26a96c. _
Coffee.—Rio is quoted at 21a26 cents; La
gnavra, 32 '.: Java, 40c.
Corn.—92$a96e.
Corn Meal.—81 00a81 03.
Coal.—Average #5 60a6 60; Lump, 80 60a 11 60.
Cotton Yarns.—The Manchester mills are now
selling at 83 25 per pad for Nos. 8 to 12 inclusive;
ami 3 50 for Nos. 14 to 16 inclusive. North Carolina
Cotton Yarns, 8 to 12, S2 60a82 75.
CoprERAS.—1 to 6c. per lb., according to quantity.
Crackers.—In barrels, assorted, lOallc.
Kish.—Per barrel, Mackerel, 817a00; do. No.
2. #15 50a 16; do. No. 3. S 16a 16 50; do. per kit. No. 1,
82 60: do. per kit No. 2, S2a2 25; AJewives, 88*9;
Herrings, 80 50*10 50; Shad, 83 per kit; Salmon,
in kits, 85 26. North Carolina Herrings, 86 for half
barrels. No. 1 Roe: barrels, No. 1 cut, 810aS10 50
barrels, No. 1 gross, 87. ....
Flour.—Maryland, (Baltimore inspection), at
810a10 50; Extra do. 81176al226. Maryland h lour,
inspected here, and branded " Extra, is held lit
$13*12 60. Montebello Family, 813. I.egg’s George
town "Family” is selling at 813 60. We quote
Richmond country Super at 811a —; Extra, 812
al4 00; Family. 814 OOalo per bbl.; Hampton Ex
tra held at 812 60; Kersage and Constellation.
(Baltimore), 810 25; Superfine do., 8850a9 per single
bbl.
CwA«o.-*Pcru*bH», #100*100 per ton, act um
ing to quantity; Sombrero, 150; White Mexican
#50; Pacific, $W. Very little in market, but vessels
expected.
IIay.—Northern Hal 10, nominal; #1 15al 25
from store, according to quantity. Market bare.
Hides.—Green. 5a6e. per lb., butcher’s weight:
Green salted, 9$al0c.; Dry, 12al3c.; Green Call
Skins, 8Us82, each.
Iron.—Commou sizes, 6$ cents; Extra, 7a9cts.;
Swedes, 8*K$ cts.; Country, 7*7$ cts.
Lard, 13aloc., refined. Leaf 20a22c. Demand
light; stock good.
Leather.—Hemlock sole 2fia38 cents; Upper,
354a40c. per lb.; Harness, 28a36 cents per IU:
Baltimore ao., 45 to 48c.; French Calf Skins, 842a?)
per dozen; Philadelphia (.'tilf Skins, I65nfi6 l**r doz.:
Domestic Calf Skims, |30a42 ocr dozen; Rough Skirt
iug, 23a25 cents per pound: Morocco, f36a40 per
dozeu.
Lime.—Rockland 82 00a2 25 per bbl.; 82 to 2$ for
Virginia and Thomaston, from store, (>er barrel.
Lumber.—Merchantable Virginia Pine 813 to #15
per thousand. Heart and Extra Lengths, 830 to 846.
Spruce, #15.1820. Flooring, green rough, 8l6a81K:
dressed seasoned, 845a60. Clear White Pine, 870 to
875, nominal, per thousand. “ Selects ” #46 to 860.
Market fluctuating and very dull.
Mill Offal.—Bran, D0a50c ; brown stuff, oOaOOc
sltorts, none in market; ship stuff 90c. per bus., by
measure, from mill; seconds 86 50 per barrel and in
demand. „ .
Molasses.—Porto Rico 65a70c; Cuba Mum**
vado iu bbls. 60a63e.; English Island, 70c., Sugar
House Syrup, in bbls.. 52*55c.t New Orleans, "so
called.” 56a60c. Golden Syrup, 70a80c. English
Island, 60c. , . ,
Natia—Assorted numbers, per single keg, 87.
Oats.—60a63c by weight; 56a59c by measure.
Pepper.—Black Grain 36a36c.
Powder.—Best Sporting, 89$, by the single keg;
88 60 by the lot; Blasting, 86$, by single keg, 6 by
the lot; Eagle powder in flasks 8214*221 per case
of 25 lbs.; Treble F, in canisters, 816 2oa 17 25, jier
ease of 25 lbs.
Rick—Is scarce at llal2$e.
K»i.t—*3 40*83 60. Ground Alum Salt. 82 66a
•2 90; American Salt $0 75 to 3 per sack.
Shirtings.—Manchester Mills manufacture j to l
width, 15 to 16c.
Srkds.—Timothy 15 to 0, according to quality ;
Clover, $6u$6 50; Flaxseed, #2 22u2 50.
Shot.—$2 75 per bag.
Sugars.—Cuba 12al3c; Porto Rico, 13 cents;
Coffee A, 164c.; B, 16c.; C, 16c,; Extra C, loir.:
Cut Loaf, 18c.; Crushed and Powdered, 17e.
Soap.—Brown 8 to 9 cts. by the quantity.
Starch.—Pearl. 9al0c per ib.
Tar.—$3a3$ per bbl.. from store.
Tka.—Gunpowder, $2 to 2 25; Imperial, II 25 to
1 75; Young Hyson, II 75a|2; Black Tea, 75cft
tl 25.
Tannkr’s Oil.—Straits II 60 per gallon; Com
mon 90c. to #1.
Tallow.—tOallc, and dull.
Wheat.—Very little coming in. Ha$2. No
prime offering, quotations consequently nominal.
Wool.—Washed, froin30a35; uuwashed 20a25c.
Market dull.
Whiskey.—Fine old Rye 14 per gallon; superior
Bourbon. |3a3 50; Monongabela Rye, 93 20a#2 30;
Pino Apple, 12 60. Common Whiskey, below proof,
$2 10 to 2 15. Fine Brandy front $9 to 112. Old
llouohgahela 13 50af4.
TOBACCO MARKET.
Richmond, April 30.
Offerings at the Exchange to-day 30 hhds. Bids
on 7 rejected: balance sold as follows: One at $5
50, one at 15 55, one at 15 70, one at 17 50, two at
$8. two at |9 25, one al 110, one at $12, one at $14.
one at $15, one at 115 60, two at $16, one at $16 50.
one at $17, one at $18 50, one at $19, one at 119 50, i
two at 120, one at 120 50.
In Boston, on the 27th Inst., demand was steady
for manufactured at65c.a$l 25 for good Virginia
bright, pounds and half pounds; 70aS0c. for Navy,
and 30a7oe. per lb. for the various grades.
In Cincinnati, on the 26th nit., tine grades
brought full prices; lower grades dull. Sales 63 |
hhds. from #2 75 to $42. and 14 boxes Ohio seedieaf I
from 13 to 96 23.
Inspection of Flour at Richmond during the
month of April ending 30th, 1866;
Family. 69 bbls.
Extra Superfine.29P do.
Superfine.,.*44 do.
Fine.. 26 do.
Middlings. 33 do.
Condemned. 91 do.
IMPORTANT ,ANK DECISION.
Judge Nelson of tb & & Cfrcnit Court of New
York has derided 4,31 *,e surP*us earnings of a
bank cannot btHrxeJ 38 capital. The statute levies ,
a license feeV^^ ^or 3 ,'*P,'tRl of #50,800, and
fyip JrTor all capital above that sunt. An
Albany t.*l^cter undertook to reckon ssrplns earn
ings °r tbe caPit3l 10 pay taxes, but the t
r,,!,.»*®PPe 1 bim by injunction, and gives an Ipin- /
. 2ft»t the capital of a bank is a fixed and no4 :[
, i'etuating amonnt. and cannot be altered exeep*l,y „
'legislative authority. Besides, a distinct tax* leT'
ied on the surplus earnings, and Congress did not
mean to tax the same thing twice over.
♦COTTON MARRRT
In New Orleans, on the 34th instant, the stock on
h*n<t was 156,389 bales. The%tock on hand on the
1st September, 1866, was 83,239 bales. Market closed
unsettled.
In Memphis, on the 26th instant, “ nothing,**
* * “*
4P-' . - -
«>* the Memphis' Commercial) “coold be more
iplritlea* than tbeoottaa market.. Sale* were trivial
red prices very irregular.”
In Mobile, on the 34th instant, a»lea of 1,400 bales
vere made at 33c. fowfckMling, but on receipt of
;be steainacU news from Liverpool the demand was
•topped.
In Charleston, there is great depression in the
market. Stock on hand and on shipboard, April
16th: Sea Island, 565 bales; Upland, 4,980 bales;
Rice, 869 bale*. v.
BALTIMORE MARKETS. April 28.
i
State loans attracted very little attention, and the '
»nly sale was 11,000 North Carolina* at 83J; Baltl- j
more and Ohio railroad share* brought previous j
jricea, selling at 110.
Coffer.—Bio 18 to 21c.; Laguayra 21 to 22c.; |
lava 2B1 to 27J—all gold. _ 4
Flop*.—Howard Street Snper and Cnt Extra
MOalOSO; Shipping Extra!1050al075; Retailing Ex- 1
r.i fllalli; Family, fl3al3 60; OhioSuper,$900a ,
• 75: Shipping Ex. SUMQ50; Retailing Extra. $lla
11 50: Family $121al3j; City Mills Standard Snper.
t876a9 50; Shipping brands Extra $12 60al3: Bal
i in ore Family, $1600 ; Baltimore High grade Extra,
114 00.1 ' ’ 1
Rye Flovr.—$4 75a5 05.
Com Meal.—$4 25.
Crain.— Wheat.—White 13 10 to $3 30; Red, $260 :
o 2 80.
Corn.—White. 88 fo 90 eta.; Yellow 84 to 86 cts.
Oats.—00 to 55 cts., weight.
Molaksns.—New crop clayed Cuba. 40 to 45c.;
Fnba Muscovado. 46 to 66c.: New English Island,
15 to 7l»c.; Porto Rico. 45 to 75c.. for old and new.
Provisions.— Baron.—Shoulders 13] to 13} eta.:
tides, 16 to 16J eta.; Plain Hams 19 eta.;
tngar cured, 21 a00 cents., for uncovered; can
vassed, 22a23o. i,
Bulk Meat.—Shoulders 12*124 cts-: Sides 16 to
154c.
Bard.--Western 20 J to 22 Jets. ;* Butcher’s and
Fitv 18.j to 22 eta.
Pork.—$27 75 to *29 for Mess.
Salt.—Ground Alum $17Q to 1 75; Worthington’s
Fine $3 15 to |3 25 ; Ordinary Fine $2 75 to $3 00;
rnrk's Island 69a60 cts. per bushel.
Seeds.—Clover $5 60 to 6; Flaxseed ?2 40a$2 50;
rimothy $5 00.
SroARS.—Cuba and E. 1. common to good refining
HO 00*10 50; Cuba and E. I. grocery $10 50a 11 50;
'ntar and E. I. prime to choice grocery $12 00al3 00?
Porto Rico common to good grocery $10 76al2; Porto
Rico prime to choice grocery $12 60al3 50.
Whiskey.—Western $2 25 to $0 00, and City
12 25 to $2 26; country $2 234ft224; Pennsylvania $2
J4Ja$2 05: Ohio S2 25.
Rkmares.—Codec—transactions moderate; prices
unchanged. Wheat in fair demand, and steady.—
Porn closed dull. Oats firm. Provisions—demand
inly moderate, but market firm for all descriptions.
Salt moves slowly, but prices unchanged. Sugars—
market closed quiet but firm for all grades.
WILMINGTON MARKET, April 28.-6 P. M.
Turpentine.—$3 for yellow dip, per 280 lbs.; new
virgin $4 00; bard $1 60.
Spirits Turpentine.—53c, for white.
Rosin.—No. 1, $8 50 per barrel; opaque, 15.
Tar.— $1 10 per bbl.
Cotton.—29a30c for middling.
FOREIGN MARKETS.
R.o dk Janeiro, March 24.—[Wright & Co.’s Tel
egram.]—Total sales Coffee between steamers, 60,
000 bags; sales do. for United States, same time, 32.
000 bags; shipments do. to United States, same time
40,000 bags; stock do. at date 139.000 bags; prinas
6li900a7J300. Sales Flour between steamers 7.U00
241500; steady. Exchange 25$. Freights 45.
NORTHERN AND WESTERN MARKETS.
New York, April 28.—Cotton is steady. Flonr
firm. Wheat quiet. Corn steady. Beef steady.—
Pork and Lard are firm. Whiskey is steady.
Philadelphia, April 28—Noon.—Breadstuffs are
less active hut prices are generally unchanged.—
Flouf Is quiet Common to choice Red Wheat 92 40
*2 <6; white 92 75. Yellow Corn 81c. Coffee is
dull. Provisions are firm. Whiskey is dull; Penn
sylvania 92 24a2 26; Ohio 12 27.
Chicago, April 29.—Flour dull and unchanged.
Wheat unsettled and prices declined Da7c.; sales at
SI 504a 1 524 for No. 1, and 91 45$al 46 for No. 2.
Oats are firm at 91 30al 31$. Mess Pork lias ad
vanced to 927 60a28 28. Lard dull at 20a21c.
Toledo, April 28.—Flonr is qniet Wheat is 9
cents lower for new amber Michigan, other grades
are steady and market qniet. Corn is active at 58
cents for mixed, and 69a59$c. for yellow. Corn has
advanced 1 cent, sales at 44 cents.
Milwackie, April 28.—Flour is firm at 99 60 for
double extra. Wheat is declining. Oats 34$ cent®.
Freights are unsettled, 9 cents charged to Buffalo.
The New York Post of Saturday afternoon says:
The loan market is easy at 6 per cent., with trans
actions at lower rates.
The Stock market is unsettled. Governments are
rather lower, except the old Five-twenties and the
Sixes of 1881, which are strong.
Railroad slinres am dull and drooping.
Foreign Exchange is firm. Bills at 60 davs on
London are quoted at 107$al08 for commercial; 108
alOSi for Bankers; do. ut short sight, 109al09J;
Paris at 60 days, 5 27$a5 21.$, do., at short sight
6 20a5 17.4: Antwerp, 5 27$a6 23$: Swiss 5 03$a5 22$:
Hamburg 354u36: Amsterdam 40’a41; Frankfort.,
40$f»41: Bremen 77$a78$; Prussian thalers, 70$a71$.
At the second board the stock market was dull,
and there was considerable speculative activity.—
The ojieii board held no second session this afternoon.
Gold is scarce for delivery, and Ja$ percent, has been
imil) to-dav aft commission by borrowers.
The New York Express of Saturday says:
State bonds were stronger and rather more in de
mand. Tennessee 6\s91$a91$; Virginia 6’s 68a68$:
North Carolina 6’s 83$a84; Missouri 6’s 74$a74$.
FOR RENT.
v, v , . v v- - . -w »\v..wyvywYt/ww\Av>A<'»
WANTED—FIVE HUNDRED THOU
SAND PIECES OF FLOUR BARREL TIMBER,
for which the highest market price wilt be paid.
Apply at the Cooper Shop or HAXAI.L, CRENSHAW
A Co., on Twelfth mid Bvrd streets, Richmond, Va.
upSO-lfit*____
FOR RENT OR LEASE.—Wc havo
rent or loase a SAND BED of puro w)
sand of superior quality, lying Immediately
the Central Railroad (easy of access) about two
miles this side of Hanover Courthouse.
Apply to K. O. JAMES A CO.,
apSO-tf Commercial Block.
tx)& RENT—The FIRST FLOOR over my
store, with OFFICE attached.
JOHN L. TONE8,
feb24f No. 6 Fifteenth street.
Ij\)K RENT—The UPPER PART of the ^mk
hnlldlng occupied by the subscriber, with the |RiE
CELLAR attached
For terms, apply to
C. W. PURCELL,
One door from eornerMain and Governor sis.
fe>2-tf
FOR SALE.
nraKBBR FOR SALE.1
1. 1 wish to dispose of the
TIMBER ON 40(1 OR 000 ACRES OF LAND,
Either for money or a portion of the sawed timber.
The Timber is original growth Pine and IMk, thirty
miles from Richmond, convenient to two railroads.
THOSA8 R. HEYWOOD,
ap2S-4t» Panola,Caroline county, Va.
Bargainsi bab&ainsii—The
PRESSES, ENGINE*, FIXTURES, Ac., of the
SENTINEL OFFICE are offered cheap for cash, or on
short credit, with good accnrlty.
Also TYPE, STANDS, STONES, CHA8ES, GALLEYS,
*p26 eodSt A. M. BAILEY.
IIMK, WAGONS AND HAY FOR SALE.
J 2no barrels Rockland LIMB,
dno bales Timothy HAY,
SO Government WAGONS,
SO AMBULANCES,
Also, a good family HORSE and BUGGY,
S P. LATHROP, Agent,
mht't 'ilgbteentb street, south side of Dork.
Mules, wagons, &c., for sale.—
A pair of Mules, large »Ue,_work well In harness,
and very geutle.
Wagons and Ambulances at low prices
200 barrels Rockland Lime
100 “ Bakers’ Floor
200 bales Timothy Hay
SAMUEL P. LATHROP, Agent,
apl2f Eighteenth street, south side of Dock.
FOR SALE—A first rate CARRIAGE
HORSE. REEVE A MAYO,
Franklin street, between Eighth and Ninth.
ruh22f_
For sale low, to close consign.
ment, S bales 4-4 SHEETING, an excellent article,
and 9 bales COTTON YARNS, assorted numbers.
BBLL A UKBD,
Office over First National Bank,
ap2'»-lw_Governor street.
O TEAM S A W-M 1 lTl ~ FOR SALE—
O Kham"s make, 22-horse power, ln good order, now
neat New Town, King A Queen county.
Apply to WM. BOULWAKE or to E. A S. WORTHAM
A CO., Richmond. ap24-c3t
J STEEN BOCK & CO.,
• (Late of San Antonio, Texas,)
Nos. 139 axd 141 Mstx Street,
RICHMOND, VA.,
Retpoctfnlly announce to their patrons and
ALL DEALERS IN DRY GOODS,
Toat they are now receiving, by direct importatl/’ *n<*
fiom the hands of manufacturers, their
SPRING STOCK FOR THE WHOESALF fiADF»
And are opeuingdatly packages of Drers if °t.h'r flf'
sirable Goods, which they are enabled to 4,1 n^,,,ll ,bc
most liberal terms, and at
Importer's Prices’
Their assortment nnn,,mmonlv^ * ,,u* T*ried, *nd
thev llatter tbeiotelves that the s’”? B“PP.7' UP°“ at'
isfact..ry tern... the Merchant. * lb* S00*1*, T“b »?F
and all Good» as well as the “n be MlPPu®“ *“ tb®
commercial emporium, / I
the city (y new York;
It is. thev trust, a mal®r of *ome interest tb^”1.1?®*®
Importing Hons, be .-trained ln _
,,lcSge themselves,»» libei^'ly
rrade heretofore t° beep 00 hao*1 **
n every department at ktrprt
^JLD DOM^^^OAP AND CANDLE
Maxchisteb, Va.
, ,g appointed Messrs. A. Y. STOKES A CO., Fif
ijAfand Cary streets, Richmond, onr sole agents for
« salt of onr goods, we respectfully inform our
iends and customers that they tau be supplied at all
ines by our agents, ln quantities to suit, and at factory
rices, with
Erasive Soap, 1 lb. bars In papers
German Kraslve 8oap
Chemical Olive Soap
I ».i t..’ Friend Soap
Extra Pale Soap i
Bxtra Family Soap _
No. 1 Family Soap - ■*
Common Brow» mAV
ALSO, -j
Hard-pressed Tallow Candles, warranted to J
stand the Southern climate.
WM. G. WBBB * CO.
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SKIPPING NEWS.
MOVEMENTS OF OCEAN STEAMERS. /
TO DEPART. ;
STEAMSHIPS. LRATB POE DAT*.' A
Teutonia.»•» York....Hamburg April ».
A me rim.New York....HaTTe.....April -8.
City of Boston..-New York-lirerpool.April 28.
Erin.New Yi>rk....U»erpool Apri
St. Darid.Portland.Urerpool .....April 2s.
Hibernia.New York....Glasgow......Apr 1 28.
North America...New York....RioJan’ro.Ac.April 28. %
Persia.New York... .Liverpool.... May -
Malta ...New York....Lirerpool May -.
Moro Castle.New York....Havana...... .May I.
Hermann.New York.... Bremen. .t... .May S.
Allemannia.New York....Hamburg.. .-May o.
Lafayette.New York_Havre.May 6.
City "of London...New York_Liverpool ....May 6.
Nova Scotian.Portland.Liverpool ....May 6,
Wm. Penn.New York....London_...May 8.. 1
Africa..V.l.i. Boston.Liverpool.... May !».
Arago.New York.... Havre....May 12.
Scotia.New York....Liverpool ....May 19.
■ ■ ■ 1 "• — it
MINIATURE ALMANAC—Mat 1, 1S66. K
Son rises.5 13 | Moon rise*. 8:29
Son seta......6:47 | High tide..M
PORT OF RICHMOND, April 30, 1866.
ARRIVED. A
Schooner Thomas J. Tull, Cooper, New York, grain,
Powers, Hagan A Co. . . ,
Schooner Billow, Pierce, Rockland, lime, Wo st ,
Beardsley it Co. _ ,
Schooner Rough and Roody, Mo#r«, Extern Shore, ;
merchant)Ue, A. Mlllspaugh A Co.
Steamer Petersburg, Travis, Baltimore, via City
Point, merchandise and passengers, D. A W. Currie.
Steamer John Sylvester. Post, Norfolk, merchandise |,
and passengers, Haskins A Brldgford.
Steamer Halt >ras, Parrish, New York, via Norfolk
and City Point, merchandise and passengers, S. Ayres
it Co
Schooner Thomas Jefferson, Evans, New Point, sand,
McKowan A Curtis. ^ _ .
SchoonerCarvo, Acorn, Rockland, lime, West, Beartls
le?chooner GeorgU, Southgate, Norfolk, grain, Hall,
Gresham A Harvey. .
BAILED.
Steamer M. Martin, Haines, Norfolk, merchandise
and passenger#, Hankins it Brldgford.
BELOW.
The pilot of the fteamer John RylTester report* the
following schooner* below, bnnnd up, : _ *J_eil R
Hull Hawet*, Edward Slade, Joseph Marsh and Martha,
the two latter schooner* the Hteamtng Tiger has in
tow, and will be up on high tide to-night, April 3n.
MEMORANDA.
Bark (Brem.l Emilie, Myers, from New York, report
ed in tho Roads In yesterday’s Issue, arrived at City .
Point April 80. 1
ASHORE.
Steamship Veteran, from New Tcrkfor Richmond, la
reported ashoro on Goosehlll Flats April 30. j
VESSELS OI.BABBD COASTWISE. 1
New York, April JSth.—Schooner Eleanor, T. Fooks,
for Petersburg, Va.
Savannah, Ga., April 23 — Schooner Martha Joea, for
Richmond, Va. > f- | i
' " 1
amusements
"jyKW RICHMOND THEATRE.
8. B. DUFFIELD...Manaoeb.
Last night but four of
MISS HELEN WESTERN
AN1> ^ 1
Mr. a. uiiwi.
TUESDAY EVENING, Mat 1, 1S60. (
THE FRENCH SPY. !
Miss WESTERN in three characters. i
Mr. J. A. HERNE as Mohammed.
DON CAESAR DE BAZAN.
myl-lt j
yy EAlING springs, 11
BATH COUNTY.
This celebrated WATERING PLACE will he opened i
to visitors on the 1st Juno next. , '
It gives the undersigned great pleasure to Inform the I
public that, with liberal expenditures by the proprle- <
tors, the attractions for the ensuing season will he such i
as to gratify both the invalid and those in search of
^The*principal buildings are extensive and substan
tial, and, with beautiful cottages, will famish comfort
able accommodations for three hundred visitors. They
have all been painted and put In thorough repair, and
the Bedding and Furniture in every department Is new.
The medicinal virtneg of the waters are so generally and i
favorably known that It wo Id be superfluous to enter
into an elaborate *t*t *incnt on that subject, their pffl- i
cacr la attested hr number*, who have found relief at*
this fountain of health from some of the most distress
ing maladies to which the human family Is subject.— ,
For a detailed and particular account of the properties ,
of the waters and their effects, reference i* made to a
pamphlet to be had on application In person or by letter
to Messrs. Purcell, Ladd A Co.. Richmond, who will ,
always have a supply of the water for sale.
Comploto arrangements hnr.i been made for Hot and
Cold, Spout and Shower Baths, and Plunge Baths ; and,
in addition to the mineral waters, an abundant supply
oftho purest fteestone water has been brought from a ,
spring In the mountains, a mile distant, and at an ele
vation or a thousand feet. Every advantage has been ,
taken of the Bow of water to arrange for'the comlort
of visiters. . , . _ ,,
These Springs aro delightfully situated In Bath coun
ty, surrounded by the most beautiful and picturcstjhe
scenery, aud present altogether attraWiona at least
equal to any place in the mountain* of Virginia, oeeu- ,
swing a central position in the group of mineral springs
for which this portion of Virginia is so Justly cele ,
h^hri'e mites from the Hot Springs, eight from the
Warm, tliTrtoen front mo ualli Alum, and twenty-eight
from the Rockbridge Alum, they are of easy ac«*ss by
Ihe Contra! Railroad and If* connections to Mllboro’
Depcl, and thence by stages ovef a fine turnpike road
twentv-lhree miles to the Springs, passing on the
route by the Bath Alum, the Warm and the Hot Springs,
and crossing Ihe Warm Kprlhg Mountain. Every part
of this route Is connected with historical incidents of
great interest, and the scenery is of unsurpassed beau
ty and grandeur.
' A Physician, experienced in the use aud effects of the
waters, will reside st the;Spring«.
By the 1st of June there will lie a daily miiU; and a
dailydine of stages fropt Milbnro’ to the Springs.
The price of Board will he three dollars per day ;
children and servahts in proportion. A deduction of
10 per cent, made on all bills fur 30 days or over. ,
The Agent will spare no pinm to render the place a
comfortable and agreeable home, and Batters himself,
from his long experience and the advantages of the
plnco, that be will be able to give satisfaction.
ap30-2awfiw _. t Jt- A. PORTER, Agent. '
NOTICE.—Hooks of subscription will l><’
opened on TUESDAY, the 13th day of May next, '
to the capital'stork of “TUB VIRGINIA LOAN AND
TRUST COMPANY,”, at »4e Charlottesville National
Bank, under an act of the Legislature of Virginia,
passed February 11, 1S66 :
B H. Maurudkk, George T. Jones,
John B. Mittoa, Daniei. Harmon,
N. H. Manus, W T. Eari.v, \
T. J. Randolph, Ale*. Rives,
James t. Cabell, B. C. Flan.nagas,
John 8. Davis, A. P. Abell,
E. K. Watso*, Charles Wood, '
S. V. Southall, A. H. Turner, —
Wm J. Kobebtson,
myl-olaw2t Commissioners named in the Act. 1
^rA REWARD.—Escaped from guard of
?S)U Clover Hill Pitts Road, on 27th llrttanl, about 1
dark, BENJAMIN MORRIS, a convict of the Penlteii- *
tiary. He was received in the Penitentiary the 22d of I
November, 1866, for felony, sentenced by conuty court 1
of Fnirfkx for eighteen months; born in Loulaaeonnly, '
Virginia; Is five feet four add a-half Inches high, 22 1
years old; mulatto; black hair and yellow eyes ; along J
»car running from right edge of tauulh down to the ]
chib. '
Also, at satnellme, CYRUS SMITH,aconvict of Penl- «
tentiary, received the 26th day of January, 1866; sen- ‘
fenced by Provost Judge of Richmond to one year’s 1
cimllnemsnt In Penitentiary for grand larceny; was
born in Richmond city; 1* live feet four and a-quarior ,
inches high; 26 years old; complexion black; hair i
n.yl-2t " ’ MASON k GAI.IAHER t
Hronsrxn, Va., April 30th, 188d. !
Notice to all coal consumers.— «
Messrs. HAMPSHIRE Jt CO., Miners and Shippers, •
now have their Coal Mines in successful operation in ]
Chesterfield county, Virginia, and are prepared to de- ]
liter in any quautlty and at a low figure, to suit the
ilgiet.
this Coal is well known, by all practical mechanics I
who have used ft, to bo superior toany bituminous coal t
in tho Slate of Virginia for Engine and Smithing pur- r
popes, and also for family grate<
Trespectfully Invite the atloitlon of all coal consn- ,
mars, and the officers of Rive. and Bay steamers to the €
above notice, and solicit tboV orders. All order* left ,
at No. d Wall street, betwe-n Main and Pranklin, will j
be promptly filled. Genet*1 Agent’s office In Manches
ter, at end of Mayo’s Brick*. w g
n,yl_tf Jeneral Agent for Company.
JOHN II. Ml Civ:, ATTORNEY AT LA>F, *
ft LOV1NG8T0N, yleon eeunty, Virginia, w*'1 P1*®' a
Ice in the Courts of 'o'*®'*. Amherst, Alt,e«««« ««““• „
les, and the city of**"*^^ mhlS-cfim , y
■pEVEN^E HAS AT LAST
K reached h^- O^ngto t>e graal scar- P
rite of mnnev *n7 on« deslrpa” °< breeding
SlIJL *Zo so at *:oo Ho season—twelve ’
months or** 0,1 negotiable endorsed notes, or five “
_, i, etch. Orvom s fee |1.
**nart!’ at * JOHN M. BOTTS.
«... aaxdt Station, Culpeper c*c.\tv, Va., April tl
17f5£_«PM-c21» In
phz>LEN-A SMALL SORREL «n m
^HOBSE, with while face, branded “I C” P1
s the left foreshoulder, and supposed to be IM Jb‘
,bout six years old. ^This Horse was left on fr
my premises, in the eounty of Henrico, on the 7th of bl
April, by a horse thief, who has since been arrested, **>
and who claims the ownership of the property. Fur- bt
ther information can be had by addressing me at Rich- w
tumid, in the care of Harper, Taliaferro A Co. Sixth and *’
Canal s'reets J. N. PARKER. W;
ap*ti-«_ !r
Choice wines and liquors. ah
100 cases Clarets sa
do baskets Moet And Chandon's Champagne ■. ra
10 d casks eherrv W lne v«
5 | and 1 nip*® French Brandy, old pu
2*, cases old Tom Gin alt
14$ cases Otard, Dupuy k Co., and Jules Robin sit
Brandy, now in bond As
English and Scotch Ale and Londnu Porter <
For sale by
■P27t_PUNCH A CRENSHAW. b«
COFFEE. - ' n\
50 bags fair and prime Bio Coffee. tic
30 “ old Government Java do. sp<
For sale by pu]
ap27f FRENCH Jc CRENSHAW. the
| KA BARRELS FLOUR—For sale l>v . A
I * Hr ap27f FRENCH J, CRENSHAW. JJJJ
BOYS’ CLOTHING.—Fmh and Plain ord
CABS1MEKB ROUND JACKETS ate! PANTS for
toys and Youths, at e“
WF.RTENBAKKR k WILLIAMS, , or t
ap27f___102 Main stray
Brown sugar" atIo and/*2m
cents. REEVE A**J'2,V m
raylj_Franklin street, betywa” *™» "“i _
V0OT# CAKoSis" H^;;SSBWGS £
mylf Franbtin sire*1. between 8th and 9th. —
[>R1ME TIMOTnr AND CLOVER HAY. Bod
[ REEVE k MATO, k B
mylf Franklin street batween 3th and 9th. pron
LEATHERS, FEATHERS.-vLIVK GEESE
? FEATHERS, far—It by U
,1- JOHN N. OH: DON k 80N,.
ap»d| Fourteenth street, near Exchange Hote). *p:
* SIFT TEWRLIXRYr+ar*
ENGLISH And FRENCH * *' t
.■:■/■ JEWELRY !U
’ ' .HI..LKKI VI*'Ll.:.lilt A’/Ji
One Million Dollars' Worth of
'ATCHES A.VD CHAINS, _
diamond rings,
SILVER WARE,
Ac., Ac., Ac.
ALI. TO BK 80U> FOB
ONE DOLLAR K A C HU!
ARRAN DALE A CO.,
MAArFACTTBIBB* Aubxtb, No. 187 Bxoadwat,
Reg to aanoaaoa to the people of Richmond that tUej
tv* opened the large store, No. 78 Main street, Dick
son's old stand, corner Exchange alley, as a Brauco
Itabliahment. lor the sale of tbe. foliowing
SPLENDID LIST OF ARTICLES!
All to be told at ONE DOLLAR each :
300 Music Boxes....;..... .. 930 to 9160 each
160 Music Boxes, with Bull* and
Castlnets.. 200 to 500 each
600 Silver Teapots and Coffee True 2u to SO “ 1
500 “ Chafing Dishes ........ 30 to 100 •*
,000 “ lee Pitchers... 20‘to ‘Bo •«
!,50O “ Syrup Cups with Salvers 2n to *60 **
1.000 “ Goblets and Drinking’
Cups.8 to 60 “
1.000 “ Castors... 16 to 50 “
1,000 “ Fruit, Card and Cake Bas
kets... 20 to 50 *»
1,000 Doxen Silver Tea Spoons ..... 10 to 20 dox
1.000 Doxen Silver Table Spoons and
Forks. 20 to 40 *•
260 Gents' Gold Hunting Case
Watches.... 60 to 150 eac!
260 Ladies’ Gold and Enameled
Hunting-Case Watches.... 35 to 70 “
600 Gontlemen’s Hunting Case Sil
ver Watches. 35 to 70 “
200 Diamond Rings. 60 to 100 “
1.000 Gold Vest and Neck Chains.... 4 lo 30 "
1.000 Gold Oval Rand Bracelets.. 4 to 8 “
5.000 Jet and Qold Bracelets!.' 6 to 10 “
!,000 Chatelaineand Guard Chains.. 8 to 20 “
r,u00 SoliUlre and Gold Brooches... 4 to 10 “
1.000 Coral, Opal A Emerald Brooch
es . 4 to 8 “
1.000 Mosaic, Jet Lava and Floren
tine Ear Drops. 4 to 8 “
760 Coral, Opal and Emerald Ear
Drops... 4 to 8 “
1,000 California Diamond Breast
Pins..,‘....2 60 to 10 “
l.OCO Qold Fob A Vest Watch Keys...2 60 to 10 “
1,000 Foband Vest Ribbon Slides... 3 to 10 “
1,000 Sets Solitaire Sleeve Buttons,
Studs, Ac. 3 to 8 “
1,000 Gold Thimbles, Pencils, Ac... 4 to 8 “
1,000 Miniature Lockets..,.2 50 to 10 “
1,000 “ “ Magic Spring. 10 to 20 “
1.000 Gold Toothpicks, Crosses, Ac. 2 to 8 “
5.000 Plain Gold King*......1 4 to 10 “
5.000 Chased “ 4 to 11 “
),000 Stone Set and Signet Rings....2 60 to 10 “
),000 California Diamond Rings. 2 to 10 “
!,6oo Sets Ladies’ Jewelry, Jet and
Gold. 6 to 15 “
3.000 Sets Ladies’ Jewelry, Cameo,
Pearl, Opal A other stones. 4 to 15 "
9.000 Gold Pens, Silver Extension •
Holders and Pencils. 4 to 10 “
1)000 Gold Pens and Gold Mounted
Holders. 6 to 10 “
6.000 Gold Pens and Gold Extension
Holders....... 15 10 26
6,000 ladies’ Gilt and Jet Buckles... 6 fo 15 “
Photograph Albums, Sewing Machines, etc., etc.
ARRANDALE A CO.,
Manufacturers' Agents,
No. 1«7 Broadway, New Vork,
and 264 King street, Charleston,
innour.ee that all the above list of goods will he sol
FOR ONE DOLLAR EACH.
Inconsequence of the great stagnation of trade!
nan ufacturlng districts of England, through the wai
laving cut off the supply of cotton, a large quantity r
aluable Jewelry, originally intended for the Englts
oarket, was sent off for sale In this country, and
MUST BE SOLD AT ANY SACRIFICE.
tinder these cireuiastanoee, ARRAN DALE A CO., at I
ng as agents tor tbe principal European manufacturer)
esolved upon a
GREAT GIFT APPORTIONMENT,
o be divided according to the following regulations :
Certificates of tho various articles are put into en
relopes indiscriminately, sealer! up, and when orJere
,re taken out without regard to choice, and sept b
uall, thus .howing no favoritism. On receipt of th
ertittcate you will see what you are to have, and the
t is at your option to send the dollar or not. Put
hasers may thus obtain a Gold Watch, Diamond Rln^
>r any set of Jewolry on our list,
FOR ONE DOLLAR.
This Is not a lottery, but a bona fide sale, as ever
mrebaser gets tho full valne of his money.
LARGE PRIZES.
Thofollowing area few of the prizes Just drawn, th
auction of the parties being previously obtained, a
ve publish no names without such sanction. Were :
tot for this ros fiction tho list would be longer:
Mrs A. E. Webster, Plerpoint Manor, Jefferson co
f. Y., one hunting case Watch, value *40; F. l\ Browt
lenuaee co , 111., one hunting case gold watch, valu
UOO; Win. T. Cook, Connersvillo, Fayetto co., on
told buuling case watch, value *60; Daniel Clark
tlrlimoud, hagadoliook co., Me., one rich revolvin
astor, value *lo; the Right Rev. P. lablang, Bishop'
i*alaco, Montreal, one musical box, value *^6»; Seuo
tub..is ](j Calle Jo lai'alma, Mexico, one lady’s euam
.lied hunting watch, value *70; Robt. B. L. Soatoi
Jieonsliurg, Pa., One silver rake basket value *30
;h*s. Thompson, U. S. Naval Hospital, Brookly, N
f., one musical box, value *lAo; tenor Maxine,!!
ialle de la l’alma, Mexico, one diamond cluster ring
talae *lon ; i|. U Glllmen,.Columbia, Boone co., Mo
me gold hunting watch, valne *I<K»; Rev. A. Bnrneti
0 D., Jlassin College, Terrebonne, Canada East, on
hunting case watch, value *10; Edny h’. Hunter, Ree
ield Corner, Me., one gold hunting case watch, valu
WO ; Goo. JoneH, Harlem, N. Y., one musical box, vs
ue *600 ; H. 3. Schell, 62 Fulton st., N. Y., one claste
liamond ring, value *loo; B. L. Sneyers, Big Run, Je
’arson co., one gold hunting caso watch, value *76; Ii
3. e.ik.D., iiru.k Crook, Veyetto co., Indiana, on
lyrup cup with salver, value *40; Francis Milchel
Ss.|., Rutledge Avenue, Charleston, one gold huntin
:ase watch, value *100; Hon. V. J. Tobias, 37 Broa
dreet, Charleston, one gold hunting case watch, valu
(IfiO; A. W. STERLING, Main street, between 17tb an
ISth, Richmond, one gold hunting watch, valued i
1100. 0. H. Chandler, agent of the Wlnnesheik Fii
Insurance Company, 131 Broad street, one solid fia
[old English lever watch, valued at *160; Dr. D. ft
Kosely, of the firm of Blunt A Moseley, On Main stree
Richmond, a French Clock, valued at *100; Willlai
r’orrester, barber at Exchange Hotel, Krem h Clock, 1
[lit frame and glass shade, valnedat *176; R. 8. Sanxa}
fourth street, a large Musical Bux, valued at *60.
Indy clerks In attendance and a department is st
wide exclusively for Indies.
WHAT THE PRESS SAY OF U8.
By this arrangement the advantiges must surely b
m the side of the customer, for he has everything t
;ain and nothing, comparatively, to lose. He know
vbat he will set for a dollar beforehand, and be nee
tot seed for it if he Is oot satisfied. All orders addresse
o Arrandule A Co., No. 167 Broadway, New York, wll
te promptly attended to.—.V X. Daily .Veto*, Auy ’Uti
S64.
The Lafayette (IuJ.) Dally Courier, March, 1666,says
‘ A belter selected, more varied or fashionable assort
nenl of Jewelry cannot be found on tbe continent tha
trrandale A Co. are now offering. Messrs. Arrandal
k Co. occupy a high position In commercial circles, r.
nen entirely above the common trickery of tnule.
fheir statements may be implicitly relied on, both as t
lie character of their goods and the manner of tbe die
ios&I. Ladles, especially, In all parts of the county
.ro realizing handsome profits as agents, ap.l If any u
'nr fair readers desire to Interest themselves In It, the
uay do so with perfect confidence.”
Gkkat Gift Dutkcbctidn.—A rare opportunity I
.ffered for obtaining watches, chains, diamond rlngi
ilvsr ware, etc., by Messrs. Arrandaln A Co., st No
67 Broadway. They have an Immense stock of artl
les, varying In value, and are offered at one dolla
inch. The distribution is very fairly done ; yon agre
o take a certificate of a certain article enclosed lq aj
nvelope, and are not repaired to pay your dollar tin
ess you are satisfied with the article, which will cer
alnly be wofth moro than that amount, and may b
60 or *100. An sxcalleut mode Ibis of Investing i
ollar.—Sunday Times, Xeio Xork City, February lUi/i
666.
Was Iis i'ii liiiHAff Art At lln* fifflrn iit A r rA ml iIa At C.rt *
igeucy for European Manufacturing Jewelers, a larg<
ssortment of fashionable ami valuable Jewelry, of th
ewest patterns. We also noticed a large quantity o
liver plate, and understand that the whole of tbeei
ewly imported articles are to be disposed of os a no
el principle, giving great advan'ages to buyers, *n<
Hording extensive employment to agents. We know
be firm in question to be respectable and thoroughly
rorthy of public confidence, and recommend oni
riends to read their advertisement.*^'*0 York Albion
lejtl, S, 1664.
Messrs. Arrandale A Co. hav* Ion* been personally
nown to os, and we belie** them to be every way
rorthy of public confidep*0*—hcio lurk Scottish Arne
icon Journal, June 11 18*4.
We have some my pretty specimens of table and
>a*poona, gold patches, ladles’ chains, pins, bracelets,
ta which h»'tt been ***** by Arrandale A Co. to this
lace for $ 1 <*cb.—Angelica Reporter, Sue Yot k State,
'eb. lfi, id0
XX rSOLISB Jkwei.by Hocsb Opb.vibo a BbaXCH IX
p.aLESTox.—Our readers will observe from our ad
vising column that the English house of Arrandale
Co., New York, hare opened a branch here at 251
Ing street. Tbeir plan of sale Is one now become
iry popular, and seema to bring it within the means o(
1 to obtain fashionable jewelry. The comments of
id New York press on this establishment are very f i
nable.
We understand that it is their intention to remain
irmanently here, and ta operate throughout the South
r means of agents.
We recommend our friends to read their advertise
ant and give them a call.—Charleston Dally Sexes
tb. 16, 1660. r:
Jewbi-rt.—The attention of onr readers is Invited to
e advertisement of Arrandale A Co,, which appears
onr colnmns this morning. They propose to aisp^ie
a stock of English and French jewelry, valued at a
illion of dollars, on a novel plan, which i* folly ex
allied in their advertisement. They furnish, aa will
seen by reference to thrir card, several extracts
>m Northern and Western journals, speaking in the
ghest terms of thel* reliability, as well as praising
eir mode of disposing of their goods. Their placcof
efness, No. 254 King street, is constantly throAged
th an eager crowd, which fact of Itself tsprcVr good
Idence that I! is no hntnbng, bnt is, as tl«‘ African
is wont to express himself in bygone day*-, “true and
le ting.—Charleston (8. C.) paper.
5xPi.oTkK.vT roa Ladies —The mot*’eligible, profit
lo employment we have heard »? tor ladies is the
e of certificates tor the Great G** Distribution of Ar
mlale A Co. A lady of onr Acquaintance has been
ry saccesafol in thi* way, only in filling her own
rse, but also in doing aaK1*! turn to those to whom
ssold the certificates.** be Sien by onradvfrt
g column*. Gentl''01**’ kl*o be thns engaged.—
to York Sunday jetreury, Aug. 14, 1865.
’he British yhig,ot Kingston, C. W.. aaya, Novein
: 26, 1664 v
'On# of «>or lady subscribers became an agent for Ar
idale a Co., and by request brought sums twenty ar
•*I "CD1 ** prises for her agency, to this office for'0'
ctlon, and without bejltatlon we can state tbs’ each
all of the articles were worth treble the**100*** of
recipients, and some of them six times
GBNT8.—We want Agents In err-7 regiment, and
very tqwn and county In the co-utry, and those act
s'* each will be allowed 10ce-*f" on every certllldate
ared by them, provided th-,r remittance am -ants" to
dollar; also other tnd-emsnta which can belearn
*n application, ‘gents will collect 25 cent* for
ry certificate an-i remit 1 i cents to ns, either in cash
ustage stains-. " '1J f
ARRANDALE A CO.,
1*7 Broadway, New York,
__ King street, Charleston,
*-£*-*» sad 78 Mala sliest, Richmond.
B. MORSE, ’ ~
* TUNER AND REPAIRER •
. . . 41_ , PIANO FOBTlB.
I orders in ths efty and from the eoantry, left Ai fits i
utores of Messrs. Waodhoose A Parham, Bidgoodl I
Hey, E. P Townsend, and J|. B. Kelnlngham, i
iptly attended to. _ iph?-dAc3m
L.D NICK! I
S barrels of that celebrated OLD NICK WHISKEY <
for sals by
^ CHARLE8 T. WOKTH AM k GOj
J~'i >?• T- j* 'kit
» DRY GOODS. CLOTHHVO,
'yyjr. a.FRRSttsotfi'co.,
SrtX’WSOKS - Li:J \ . J. r I,
J. B. FERGUSON, BRO. A CO.,
IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
i
FOB THE SALE OF i
> FOREIGN DRY GOODS,
NO. 9 PEARL '(DR FoFRTK KMVfl tFfRRET,
Richmond, va.,
Are n.iw opening a well assorted sfcck of FOREIGN
DRY GOODS, direct from first-clata mauufaciurers, con
sisting in part of the following :
Hilger’e Cloth* and Doeskin*
English Fancy Csssimere*
Ladle*’ Dress Good*
Black Alpaca*
Mourning and Fancy Gingham*
Mourning Lawn*
English Ling Cloth
Ladle*’ Cotton Hose
Dunbar, Dickson* A Co.’* Irish Linen*, in great
variety ,
L. C. Handkerchiefs, plain and hemstitched
• Bleached and Brown Linen Ducks and Drill*
bhectlng*
White Cambric*
Wbite JaconeU
Nainsook*
Tape Check*
Brilliant*
Cotton Handkerchief*, Ac., Ac., Ac.
Which they offer to the trade at a *uiall commission
over coat of importation, and respectfully solicit an
examination of their stock. ap!4-tf
OOK! LOOK!!
Just received, by Express, another supply of
those
Beautiful Calicoes at only lS.t cent* per yard,
English Borages at only 26 “ “
Dncal* at 2f>c*nt* per yard,
Fine Linen Lawn only 60 cent* per yard.
ALSO,
Beautiful Figured Hernaua
Organdie Lawn* . ,
Plaid Challie*
Embroidered Be rage* ,
Poplin*
Striped and Plain Alpaca*
Plain and Fancy Spring Silks
A superior line of Black Dress Good*.
All the above Goods, and many other*, were bought
this week,
AND AT PANIC PRICES!
And will be sold at such low figure* as to convince all
persons that
No. 173 Broad Street, corker of 8ixth,
I* the place lo buy vour Goods, where you can ge‘
them at the VERY l OWKST PRICES.
W. R. POLK,
mh22f 173 Broad street, corner Sixth.
130 THE LADIES OF RICHMOND AND
VIRGINIA.
SPLENDID STOCK OP STAPLE AND FANCY
DRY GOODS AT RETAIL ! I !
I am receiving by every steamer, and by Express,
large additions to my stock of Goods, which Is NOW
COMPLETE, comprising every article to be found In a
FIRST CLASS RETAIL ESTABLISHMENT,
All selected by SAMUEL M PRICE, who ha* bean long
familiar with the trade of Virginia and with thj wants
cf It* citizens.
In the UKEAT VARIETY on hand will be found—
Rich American and French Print*, all at the lowest
prices.
Beautiful Printed Brilliant**, Jaconet*, Lawns and
Organdies.
New style Printed English Bareges, Mozambique* and
* Grenadine*.
Rich Checked Mohair de Paris.
Elegant Printed Hernanls, the mod beaullfnl goods
, of the season.
The mo t choice and beautiful assortment of rnmll
r checked French Silk*.
Superb Black and Plain Colored Silks
Elegant Silk Mantles of newest Pari* mode.
Low-priced Shawl* and Cloth bacque* forSpring.
Camlnic and Unon Embroideries in every variety.
Heal Thread Laces, Handkerchiefs, Collars, Ac., Ac. j
* White Goods and Linens, a good assortment.
* Plaid and Checked Swiss and 'Shirred Muslins, new I
and choice articles.
Alexandre's, Jeuvtn’s ahd Cheilly's Paris Kid
Gloves.
Alexandre's Silk Gloves, black and colored.
Misses* and Ladies’ Thread Gloves, in every variety. J
* Particular attention Is invited to uiy stock of
' MOURNING GOODS, such as
, English Bareges
Grenadine Bareges
Real Hernants
' Crape de Paris, Tantartlncs and Ptain Bareges
Black and White Lawns and Ginghams
The stock of GOODS FOR GENTLEMEN AND BOYS
j lse ouiploto, such as
Summer Casslmcres
Cash me rets, Cottonades and Linen Drillings
We ask special attention to apr real FRENCH COJt
5 SETS, and the NEW PA- YARD KKIKT, the
* latest and most perfoc comfort and clo
1 gance.
NEW GOODS recelvt eek, by which our
, stock will be alwsGbeupp . the latest good* of
, the season. . JOHN C. MILLER,
g Corner of Ninth and Miin streets.
1 Salesmen—WM. H. GORDON and JOHN TEMPLE,
■ late of Satnnol M. Price A Co.; WM. J. ARMSTRONG
< an,| C, E. WIKGO, late with Samuel M. Price A Co.;
" (all of Richmond, Va.) tohiW-tf
; J^OYS’ AND CHILDREN’S CLOTHING !
SPRANG STYLES 1866.
We have now in store a fnlt supply of
! YOUTHS’, BOYS’ AND CHILDREN’S CLOTHING,
* ol the latest style amt msko, and suitable for
SPRING AN1) SUMMER WEAR.
9 Parents and other* are Invited to give our stock an
* examination. WM. IRA SMITH A CO.,
r inhU)-tf 112 Main street.
a TREMOVAL.—Hnvin|? removed to tlio large
e • IAj new store on north side Main street, bej^reen
, Twelfth and Thirteenth, we now olfer to the tnflje one
g of the largest and most complete stocks of NOTIONS,
il HOSIERY, GLOVES, FANCY GOODS and f WHITE
e GOODS to be found South. Wo calf especial attention
i to foil tines of the following:
1 Ifankerchlefs, Linen, SI IK, Em. Silk andJiadder
6 Handkerchiefs, Hemmsi;, Hemstitched and Pancy
0 Border '• ,
* — Ladies’and Gent’s Hosiery, all grades
. Odo»«H, large yarifiljL- --
“ Buttons, Staple and Fancy Dress, large variety
a ladies’ and Gent’s Linen and Paper Collars
1 Hoop Skirts, Morocco Vallets
Suspenders, Perfumery
Fancy Soaps, Magic Kali's
t Hair Nets, Fishing Tackle
And small articles, adapted to the city and country
trade, loo nnmerons to mention, and are now receiving
White Cambrics, Muslins, Toweling, Table Cloths, Ah.,
0 Ac. Also Fans and Paiasol*.
a VALENTINE A FRANKLIN,
a North side Main, between 12th and 13tli streets.
1 mhl2f
i JgURRESS, POWERS & YANCEY,
112 MAIN STREET,
(Up STAtasJ RICHMOND, VA.
i The uuderstgnsd beg to call the attent’.on of ruer
i chants visiting the citv to their entire m ,w stock of
. WHITE GOODS, LINENS, UANDKERCF.iEFS, H0
, SIERY, GLOVES,FANCY GOODS, NOTlWl.'S, Ac., Ac.,
now in s(ore and receiving.
r Onr stock has been selected with gr< (at care, and
f with special reference to the wants of the Trade. We
r Hatter ourselves that our superior facilities will enable
us to oiler inducements rarely to be uiytwith.
We call special attention to oity stock s>f Cambrics,
Swiss Muslins, Irish Linens, BiilUai.ts, Hosiery,
’ Gloves, Cambric, Cotton and Silk Handkerchiefs, Um
brellas, Spool Cotton, Threads, Sewing Silks, Buttons,
’ Tailors’ Trimmings, and Faucy Goods, and Notions in
, endless variety.
Thankful for the generous patronage accorded us in
the papt, gnd 'rith increased facilities, we confidently
invite an examination of our stock, feeling assured of
' our ability to please.
BUKRKSS, POWERS A YANCEY,
IHV.U.I....I ___iI
TXpLI-IikM IKA SMITH & CO,,
CLOTHIERS,
III Mai* Stbebt.
WILLIAM J. GLENN,
L. B. STARKE,
R. A. SAUNDERS, ,
Cau be found at the above house, and Invite their
friend* generally to call and
EXAMINE THEIR STOCK.
feeling assured that they can satisfy the want* of all
to want of
SOMETHING REALLY NICE AND GOOD
In the way of
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING. J*nl*-Jf
HUMBUG! NO IIUMBUG!
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES
TIIE GREAT BARGAINS
SELLING AT
JACOB EZEKIEL’S, NO. 41 MAIN STREET,
WHO IS CLOSING OUT HIS PRESENT STOCK OF DRY
GOODS AT, AND IN MANY INSTANCES LESS THAN
COST. TO MAKE A CHANGE IN HIS BUSINESS ON TUB
FIRST OF JANUARY NBXT. nov.'t-t
SPRING TRADE. ....lsfiS. i
HALL A HUTCHlbON,
Importer* and Jobber* of
NOTIONS, FANCY GOODS Ann WHITE GOODS, !
at tho old ntand of Thomaa, Uu*be* A Caldwell,
No. 7 Pearl or Fourteenth street,
between Main and Cary street*,
RiCHMoNTD, r*. I
We are prepared with a large and elegant stork of■
Good* for the Spring Trade, and respectfully invite an
examination by our friend* and Ibe trade generally.
mb5f'
jy^EN’S UNDERWEAR HOUSE.
W. H. HAYWARD, No. 84 Main atreet, below Four- J
teenth Greet, dealer in all kind* of GOODS for MEN'S
UNDERWEAR. Toilet and Fancy Article*. Perfumery, .
Notion*, *e . Ac. Also a great variety of Ladies’ and
Children* Uo*lery, Glove*, Z»pbyr, Hood*, Nubia*
Breaks**! Shawls, Scarfs, Sock*, Ac., Ac.
GEORGE KU8KBLL, long and tavorably known by
the citlxeus of Richmond, reepectfaliy informs his old
customer* and friends that he can be fonnd at the above
house, where he solicits a oontlnuance of their favor*. 1
sep27f
iC'URNISDLVti GOODS.—We oiler a largo r
1. and varied stock of Gentlemen’s Underwear *„„
Shlru Coilar. Glove. Hatf-Hime <
-iU b1r.oM U ",w P*ric« m tb# and k
•no,,* WKHTENBAKBR A WILLIAMS.
aPait___102 Main .(reel,
hi | ^ SUITS.—We have more, jiiatto hand, (
*«‘*br»Ud ALL-WOOL SUITS, com
prising SAck-Coct, Pant* and Vests, made up in the la
*** riJ1® »"<! for sale at BIS for the entire suit. -*
CilL*arl3r’a,,d •“PP'Y yourselvee at Ilf Main street.
H«t__ WM. IKA SMITH A CO.
ally to our 8PRINO tjf YLES of Plain and Fancv CA6
IMERK BUSINESS S0IT8, which We offer In KrMt ra
lety and at low prices.
MflOf WIKTENBAKKR J» WILUAI
ITTHITE SHIRTS mad« to order
M Y fer-nd. Also, a large supply, ef *
y and style, always on band at 112 Main
«Pl*T WM.1
walls, and a culvert in good order. Without doubt,
taking the size, depth and location Into consideration,
the foregoing may be justly regarded aa the most valu
able unimproved real estate likely soon to come on
the market. .
Tkkm*: One-fcurtU c*»h ; balance at on**, two and
three year#, bearing Intoreat (payable bait yearly),
secured bv a tmat deed. The taxes for this year to be
paid by tIto ptwehasera^ ooDDIX & APPEIISON.
ap2'i-2.iwlwkdtd»Auctioneers.
I^OOKBRIDGE ALUM WATER,
The proprietors have the satisfaction to announce
that they are at last prepared to put again on the mar
ket this highly valuable mineral watgr.
The well-known hnu-e of
PURCELL, LADD & CO.,
DueoniaTS, Richuokh, Vikiiaia,
will he th*
PRINCIPAL DEPOSITORY
For Its sain North and South.
V.'e also place it with A. B. ROCKER, Lynchburg, to
eupply that market and the Southwest.
Also with COLEMAN A ROGERS, Baltimore;
II £0 EM AN A CO., New York.
Great care 1" taken In packing the hollies, aad they
are safely shipped to all parts of the United Slatee.—
oNEBOX Wl Lf. LAST SEVEN WEEKS, AT ONB PINT
IUIIY AND THAT QUANTITY HAS, IN A MULTI
TUDE OF Cases, sufficed tochbcn, and, in not
A FEW TO ERADICATE DISEASE. Price, delivered
into anv depot, or on boerd any steain-r, orntany other
point in Richmond or Lynchburg, Twelve Dollar* and
Flftv Conte—'ha money, In every Instance, to accompa
ny the order, as to account* will be kept.
TnK ALUM MASS, OB PuWDRES.
1 he*,) are tho salts of the water obtained by evapora
tion, and their value and ■ ffleaer'a* a medicine have
been abundantly established. The-demand for these
Sails was very great throughout the war, hut It was not
In our power.ora-et It. They will be sold In market,
or at the Springs, at Twenty Dollars per pound, or One
Dollar and Fifty Cents per
e-n. fc-rpr -r. 'rr.r—ftfflryWy th.. .,ri.-r,
P uni.lil. ti sent hy mall, on appllcat:i n, al-o in Ih
boxes of water. FRAZIER A RANDOLPH,
mhl7-lfdw Proprietor*.
rplIE FARMER,
X A MONTHLY JOURNAL.
TO
AGRICULTURE, HORTICULTURR. THE ME- ill
CHANIC ART.S AND HOUSEHOLD B
ECONOMY. B
PI'll.HURD AT MICItiOND, VIROINtA. V

ELLIOTT A SHIELDS. ■
SUBSCRIPTION.—'The term* of subscription have 1
; been made so low and reasonable as to place It within 1
the reach of all who may desire It—and lo view of the 1
great Interests to be served by an extensive circulation,
wo confidently expect the hearty co-operation of many
in those section* of the country not now supplied with
a good Agricultural Journal.
TBKMS OF SUBSCRIPT!GN.e-For a single copy, one
year, S3 00.
CLUB KATES.—Five copies one year for 413 00 ; leti
copies one year for %23 00; fifteen copies One yesr for
$37'>0; twenty copies one year for $49; twenty-five
copies one year for $10, and larger club* In the same
proportion.
To secure tho advantages of these liberal terms, the
clvbs must be complete at the time of subscription sod ;
the money accompany the order. J
It is not required that all the subscriber* to a club
shall receive Tax Farms* at one ofilce. If necessary,
It will he malted under th*. club arrangement to as
many different ofilce* as there are sulscribera to the J
club. ELLIOTT A SHIELDS, *
inh29-dhclf Richmond, Virginia
TO JAMES W. RAGLAND—Take notice
that I shall. In the clerk's ofilce of Halifax County
C'onrt. on the St It day of May, 1864, proceed to take the
deposition of James D. Clay and others, to be read as
evidence upon the trill of a snlt now pending In the
Circuit Court of Halifax county, la which you tre de
fendant aud I am plaintiff.
Yours, Ac., THOMAS C. MORTON,: z
p KORGE P. HUGHES,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
•9*Address Colombia, Fluvanna County, Virginia.
Practices In FLUVANNA, GOOCHLAND *s> 1 LOUISA
|aih20-dAc2m']
vrANCHESTER IRON WORKS, ,
“HOBEKT BAIKD HEIRS."
MILLWRIGHTS, IRON FOUNDERS and MA< HINI.-T8,
Manufacturers of Water Wheel*, Grist and Saw Mills,
Mill Gearing, and Iron Work of all descriptions.
ap24-ctf ,
CIOAL, COAL.—Just received and for sale,
J ex-shlp Theml*, from Liverpool,
200 ton* be»t English Orrell llout* Coal. Apply to
ED. W. HE VOSS N CO., or
J. R. MACMUKDO * CO.,
Twentieth and Dock street*.
Next lo Libby Building.
AUo, beat ANTHRACITE COAL always on band.
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I IV i (’EM ENT AND TAR, in store
V and' for »»le by
ROBERT F. WILLIAMS,
npjof No. 44 Cary street.
COFFEE, SUGAR, RICE.
3P«) bag* Kto, Laguayra aad Java Coffee, all
gradee
loo barrels Crushed, Powdered A Rand Extra C
Sugars
SO barrels second quality Refined Sugars
10 birds, good Cuba Sugar*
12 bags prirae Rice, for sale by
ROBERT F. WILLIAMS,
ap301__ No. 44 Cary street.
Herrings and mackerel.
North Carolina No. 1 Cut and 0roe* Herrings
Wood's North Carolina No. 1 Family Rut Her
ring*
Prime Eastern Herring*
No*. 1 and 2 Mackerel (barrel# and kit*)
* For tale by
ROBERT V. WILLIAMS,
apV»t_s No. 44 Cary street.
Molasses and syrups.
Prime Cuba Muscovado Molasses
New Tork Extra Syrups, for sal* by
ROBERT F. WILUAM8,
ap.lof _No. 44 Cary street.
gUTTER ! RUTTER ! !
5 keg* PRIME BUTTER Instore. ^
ttjr sale by JOHN M. HIOOINS,
ap2fit _Near Old Market.
Mackerel, mackerel.
3*1 barrels 3b>». 1, 2 and 3
WO kit* Numl and 2 do.
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Roe herrings.—wood
KOLINA FAMILY ROE HER1
*1*, for sale by JOHN
ap24T Fo^itffenlb street
SPRING OYEJ *“
5 Spring sod Fall
reel. '
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lOOKE’SCO;
J and Pareira
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