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&&*£: fSHNIT.—A Furnished House, with gas, antf * letsu;' to the yard on Marshall street. Apply fourth ■«—1‘m t.-.mer of oth. on Marshall street, between 6tb 'aWbfaH'1. south side. *P 19—!**__ rlBtHEOR RENT, and Personal Ef» trLt» thereon For Sale.--* V beautiful MAJHijaitte Brook i'urn^ik • just beyond tbe Toll Gate, i&lacaetihr the balance of the year; and for sale 8 ttotfli.Htwo tfcrts. two tine Cows, all the Farming Iw -'Atmscsa&tct'ou, and a Buggy and neat Carryall. peculiar advantages to those disposed to .*>»«.* s. marketing and fannmg. The houses are in j—fw I (li i iitiiI quite rmnfnrtaH” ‘ :at jav residence, on 6th, aear Clay street, bo irnwH ‘iii V nri of 7 and 9 o'clock A. M. ■1Tsfc, -ss W. GODDTN. LOST AND STOLEN. •et* it REWARD will be paid for the articles sto if:} 1.7 A® from the store of Carter & Monteiro, 229. -two Silver Pitchers and one Revolving Caa Ian-information thnt will lead to their recovery - -as tv or t« to them at 239, Main street. CARTER * MONTEIRO. SJB VE ARO. —'trayed from the stable of subscriber, on tne night of the ninth iust., owiKLtit or DARK BROWN IIORSE, 16 hands high, *AKUici ears old. two white hind feet, and one white ■v Athreh* id; also harness mark-. .suucsjto!! U> be left at the Whig Office, smti-r % liBERAL REWARD WILL BE Jor the recovery of my Stock, or a portion .htmuLeastn before the tire took place, from the hour start, No. 7, occupied by li. lievcher. ybiy*A cl Fancy English Poplins. :tk * ibuble and single width Cashmere. .'iiMfeo Angosta Brown Drilling. d»or.quarter Sheetings. X. Abcr Fancy Colored Cotton Handkerchiefs. Wr-arPri half pieces of Red Planner. Inisra Round Combs. W ji mii‘inlf rinn Skirt Braid. ■A *• Alack Lasting Buttons, ht-jare* Black Cloth. M Am*• Kl«k Navy Tobacco; marked Robt. B. Mnvo. XDrpainJi Kilikinick; put up in 6 and 10 pound balers 'tyurU large Tailor s Shears. ■Vaift- nf Books belonging to B. Beecher, 8. 8wa Atefsjrand M. Weinstuck. Ilsf.: i*ound Black Pepper. STutA* packed with goods. Tirl&vsafrer will please cali at B. Beecher's residence ;wHA',t~*V between Grace and Franklin. ^2--_ nnaei. 'jw>nai gis Duval’s bosrding-hoose. on Roes street, ARIA,-'.} MARE, aged 5 years old. three white feet, a mw-.--«-.! on her back, between 14 and 16 hands A((& taftrt Between the hours of 9 and 11 yesterday. 6th .manat. Avery libera! reward willbe given to any per hi aniiii the said mare to this office. Had on a citi iiaidih gray saddle cloth with yellow binding. R. M. GONNKY, Jst Lieut, and R. Q. M. 28th U. 8. C. T. wyt► ■£» (Located at City Point.) arvrtCE.-Doring the late fire, the Office of E. Y. 53 Unwa was broken open, and bin Library thrown tm». ^ jtjctt; any person having found any of the dniarwin tonfor a great favor on him by leaving them at ilwifca lit C. D. Yale 4 Co., Governor Street. H. CANNON. JteHTwTi REWARD.-Lost or stolen a *1,000 BSRjL'f Greenback Note, dated March 10th, 1864, No. Awyeni/i returning the note to this office, or giving ... i i n hii h will lead to its recovery, will secure dte-atanvaward, aud no qckstions asked. ___________________ m«VtUKI>_If the BOOKS of Minor 4 Burke. "tAnA were taken from the street near Chaa. Hunt’s r4*wrH «*t." on 13th street, (furin),- the tire on Monday, As-xstsav. to this office, a liberal reward will be paid jgJMa. [ap8—4t) MINOR A BURKE. 11,1_ — ■«——eggs WATTED. __ WANTED^ ,v 1MOKEI) KOI’, accustomed to house £3 mri—15 or 16 years old. Apply to the Proprietor VaW."EU; ___ap 13— 3t y&JWDTER WANTED-A White Man *13 tfecst'Viie. who has some know ledge of gardening, •>’ka»cria a wife preferred.) can get a good place by aBa?*' Mk. RANDOLPH. K ft Duval's, corner of 14th aud Ross streets. _ WMOTED-To hire by the month, a good COOK, j3 *1 AbHK.it AND 1RONER, either white or colored. ■•'Jp gap tt»: can come well recommended, a permanent memaNpod w ages will be given. Call at No. 39 Main JULIUS BEAR. jyjfllTED—A good WOMAN COOK at General >* dftaAael'M Headauartegg. Apply it Jefierson Dav.s' AaKWOtg Uth aud Ciaystreeta, Richmond. Va. _ lyATfElb.—Wanted a Bootmaker and a Shoe T* vwte*-first-rate workmen. Apply on bocond BBKBKwOa Duval and Jackson, to jAp»-W_M. PIKE. '(tt’AfTED.-A White Cook, Washer and Ironer. TN T> :oae accustomed to such work, a good honu Ktuwvit employ ment can be had by bringing satis jBfeMtadhwuces. Jsjqv; *§ letter, left at the office of tl^e Wuio. IBiiiiii mi urni un t Two PhotogrnphGts. Jo-was Coleman, at Spotswood Hotel, this even si? W 4 or between 10 and 11 o'clock to-morrow. _ 31" 4 TTED.— 30or 25 nural'ers of the Richmond ‘W of the dates of April 4th and 5th. Inquin UiftK-fAkw-of the Whig. ap7—It ...k-Avrrji^~\ ituation for a Young Man as “ tL.Ak.-MBs’ iu a dry goods store. Best refcrencet .ft**3 '.MhwiW. Sire a White Girl or Woman, (without incum tom*.; * » general house work. Aava-’fc-t jay School Rooms, corner of Main and 1st •aw**. apll—3t*_L. B. SQUIRE. aarA.WEH.-~A situation as SAJLK-<MAN. in t 3A ■‘wJr's store, by a youug msa who io out of cm wfere nee* g i von. AdUtst- VMIT1MER, far two Jays, (stating terms' al ftlftlt i«ct. . • apll—It* OTAR AND COFFEE ; ffH: by the barrel or bag. ST Or board the s*4amc: EMM * Til" N fist of 18th struck st-U~ti‘ i LO«(T ok stolen._ TW O THOL'SiND DOLLAJKS HE WARD oflered for the recovery of the vanooe Coupon Bonds lifted below. They were enclosed in two tin boxes • one marked. Daniel K- Stewart, and the other eutate of N. Stewart, placed for safe-keeping in the vault of the Ex change Bank, Richmond, whence they were taken, acai - tcred. destroyed, or stolen by the rabble after the fire of 3d April, 1865. The public are hereby warned againrttra ding for the same, as payment will be stopped City of St. Louis. 6 per cent coupons, Nos. 124, 125. 13S to 142 inclusive, isauAd 1854 due 1874. l’hccnix Bank. New*York, February and August 10 bonds of *1,000 each, I 104X1* City of St Louis, 6 per cent, No*. 45 to 40 inclusive, do. do. do., April and October, 6,000 City of St. Louis. 6 per cent. Nus. 21 25, 418 to 425 inclusive, 460 to 483 inclusive, and 497; priucipal. due 1874, Coupons. January and .Inly, 16 bonds, 16,0*0 City of Memphis coupon, C per cent Charles ton and Memphis Railroad pledge therefor, Nos. 561. 663. 565 to 672 inclusive, princi pal, in New York, 1884 coupons, January and July- 10 of *1,(00, 10,000 Virginia and Tennessee Railroad coupon. 0 per cent. Nos. 168 169, 338, principal, due in New York. 1872; coupons. January and July; 3 of *1,000, J.000 Virginia and Tennessee Railroad do. do , Nos. 306 to 33!) inclusive 1 366 to 1,371 in i elusive; principal, due I860, interest Janua ry ami July- 40 of *600, 20.00C Virginia and Tennessee Railroad do. do , Nos. 101. 435 to 438 inclusive. 440. 473i 474, 898 197,661, due in New York, 1884.'cou pons, January and July; 11 ot' *1.000 UJX0 Virginia Sooth-side Railroad coupon. 6 per cent. Nos. 146. 147,164 to 166; due 1870, in Petersburg; do. do.; 5 of *1.000. 6,000 Virginia Central Railroad conpon, 6 per cent, Nos. 963 to 967 inclusive; due 1881, 5 of *1.000, 6,000 Virginia Central Railroad do. do.; doe in & 1884; Nos. 100, 108, 381, 433; 4 of *1.000, 4.000 Richmond and York River Railroad coupon, 8 per cent: January and July; due in New York. 1877; Nos. 39, 42. 176 277 to 281 in elusive; 310. 343, 344, 369 369. 374, 380, 381. 19 of *11)00 194)00 Richmond and York River Railroad conpon, 8 iter cent: January and July: principal, in New York. 1877; Nos. 132. 147.14!) 2*13 to 266 inclush e 068 273 274, 318,325, 333, 366,369, 384 4th 17 of *1.000, 17,000 Orange and Alexandria Railroad coupons, 8 per cent; January and July: principal. 1875. in New York; Nos. 156 823. 926, 927, 1,227,1,531, 1,533, 1,663; 8 of 81 000, 8,000 Orange and Alexandria conpon 8 per cent., May and November, principal 1865, New York: Nos. 43: 137 . 244 246, 275 to •77 in clusive; 327, 433, 438—10 bonds of *600 each. 6,0b* Orange and Alexandria coupon 6 per rent.. January and July. 1876: principal due in New York. Nos. 166, 277, 491, 494-4 bonds of *600 each. 2,000 Orange ami Alexandria coupon 8 percent., May and November principal 1873. New York. Non. 615, 617. 658. 674 743. 829. 831, 832,839,844, 846, H65, 866, 857—14 bonds of $1,000, 14,000 Town of Lynchburg coupon 6 per cent.. Non. 227, 228.11,13 to 19 inclusive*»-10 bonds ol $1,000, 10.000 Sonthside Railroad (guaranteed by Peters burg) coupon 6 per cent: Nos. 18 to 22 in clusive—6 bonds of $1,000 each, 5.000 Town of Petersburg coupon 6 per cent.: Nos. 64. 66 66. 71 to 75 inclusive, and 79 and 80 —10 bonds of $1000 each, 10,000 Richmond and Petersburg Railroad 7 per ct. coupon: Nos 113 to 122 inclusive, and 179 to 183, inclusive—16 bonds of $50C each,. 7,600 <186,600 There were also lost at the same time. Scrip for— Va. and Central Railroad, guaranteed and register ed, $3,800 Richmond and York River Railroad, registered in name of D. K. 8.-14 of 1.000. 14.000 Va. Central Railroad shares, (I). K. 8. and J. 8.) 267 Orange and Alexandria Railroad shares, $33 Exchange Bank shares. 900 JOHN STEWART, Brook Hill. Rcfeience—J. L. Bacon, Richmond. ap IS—3w LITHOGRAPH MAP OF THE C.iTY OF RICHMOND, SHOWING THE ENTIRE Burnt District, Embracing Na/y Yards, Bridges, Ac., nicely gotbruup. and for*ak«t the WHIG OFFICE. Price 60 Cents Each. One-third less to parties buying them to sell again, a pi l —tf NOWREADY THE INTERNAL REVENUE LAWS. Act appro' ed Ji nr 30. 1864. as amended, And the Act amendatory thereof, approved March 3, 1966, •v.tb OOPKT'R !1 VP.OIV L RiiFKRFNCES. A COMPLETE A\ YTICAL INDEX, AND TABLES OF T VXATION, Compiled by . licturj: rnicensa. 1 Volume, 3vo. Paper 60 cents, cloth |L D. APPLETON A CC.. Publisher*. . Nes. 443 and 445, Broadway Bent free by mail on rece.pt of price._ap U—ta pill NEW 8KTP.T FOR 1866. A wondorfol ta-rer.Can far I idhu. U.ii i3«U|3nab^y an psrii r tc ail other*. Don**, fall to read tho vf rr-Use-yjnt 1* Rich’sonb 7bio. oaot'.inin,* f•. •! ^-s, svji/ Mon hr morn- J * I—4» uCXXt* FUVANCUL, n It I T. E » HTATUN SEVEN-THIBTY LOAN. By authority of the Secretary of the Trcawiry, the ut lemgned has assumed the General Subscription Agency for the sale of the United States Treasury Notes, bearing wren and three-tenths per cent, interest per annum, cnowa as t he 7:30 LOAN. These Note* are wened under date of June 15. lttw, and we payable three year* from that time, it currency, or ue oonverted at the option of the holder into UNITED STATES G30 SIX TEB CENT. GOLD BEARING BONDS. These Bonds are now worth a premium of nine per cent, including gold interest from November, which; makes the actual profit on>the 7:30 loan, at current rales Including interest, about ten per cent, per annum, besides Its exemption from State and municipal taxation, whicL adds from one to three per cent, more, according to the rate levied upon other property. The interest is payable «eml-annually by coupons attached to each note, which may be cut off and sold to any bunk or banker. The interest amounts to— One cent per day on a 150 note. Two cents per day on a 1100 note. Ten cents per day on a 1600 note. Twenty cents per day on u 11000 note. One dollar per day on a $5000 note Notes of all the denominations named wiU be promptly furnished upon receipt of subscriptions. This is THE ONLY LOAN IN MARKET, Sow offered by the Government, and it is confidently ex pected that its superior advantages will make it the GREAT POPULAR LOAN OF THE PEOPLE. Less than $300,000,000 of the Loan authorized by the last Congress are now on the market. This amount, at the rate at which it Js being absorbed, will all be sub scribed for within four months, when the notes will nn loubtedly command a premium, as has uniformly been the case at tte close of the subscriptions to other Loans. In order that citizens of every town and section of the country may be affordrd facilities for taking the Loan, the National Banks. State Banks, and private bankers throughout the country have generally agreed to receive subscriptions at par. Subscribers will select their own agents, in whom they have confidence, and who only are to be responsible for the delivery of the notes for which hey receive order*. JAY COOKE, SUBSCRIPTION AOENT, No. 114, S. THIRD SHEET, PHILADELPHIA. tpe 5— lm LITHOGRAPH MAP OK THE CITY OF RICHMOND, SHOWING THE ENTIRE Burnt District! Bmoraclag Navy Yarda, Bridges, Ac., nicely gotten up, and for sale at the WHIG OFFICE. Ptice 50 Ctnls Each. One-third less to parties buying them to sell again apt I—tf__ ADAMS’ EXPRESS COMPANY, CORNER MALN AMD NINTH RICHMOND. PETERSBURG. GOLDSBORO’, CHARLESTON and SAVANNAH. ADAMS' KVPltK-SN COMPANY Hare reposeeMion of their offices in the above-named cities, and arc prepared to forward all military freights Packages for civilians abonld be accompanied by a permit from the mHitary authorities. ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY. W Broadway, 144 Broadway, and ap 11—U ’’’wenty-Seventh street._ A 6K ANY NEWSDEALER or BOOKSELLER for a ; A copy of DAWLTTSNEW WAR NOY’ELS ; If he ba--. not get them he will get them for yon No. A—Mo-mr. rnx Gcbbrilua. No. 2.—PthuMi thii I'iiwalsStv. fh*. A -Sjuneea, the Piaarn. No. 4.—IvtLOARu tub Black Soon?. N.t. B.- >»s()ood, r«a Dr.wor Es.vaoar. flnstrau*! niummaaea Cover. Pr*e« * cents, trade liu.60 for Md, or by the IXW assortsd at « cent* T. B. PAWLEY. Publisher, ^ i;. poU; 13 and 15 P^rfc Lo s, hi. Y. OFFICIAL*._ CIROITLAft. OFFICE CHIEF’ QUARTERMASTER,i 50th Ashy Conra, Akmy of the Jameb, > Richmond, Va., April lBt, HbC.) In add.tioa to instructions embraced in Circular Order* issued by the Chief Quartermaster Army ot the .James, the following art g.ven fur the information of all officers of the Quartermaster's Department, serving with the 36th Army Corps Alt officer* of the Quartermaster's Department should exercise a rigid supervisory control over the affaire of the department in their respective commands, and should make daily inspections to ascertain the exact condition of tJjeir supplies, and the manner in w hirh the duties per taining to the department arc performed. Attention is particularly called to the following para graph from (leneral Orders. No. 37, current series, from the Lieutenant-General commanding the armies of tha United .States: •13th. The unit of organization for the supply train* of subsistence, ordnance and turage, will lie by Division. Division Quartermaster* will be responsible for them, Brigade Quartermaster* will be responsible for the Bri ght, baggage trains ; Regimental Quartermasters will be re.jionaible for Regimental property and baggage. ‘ Quartermasters wiU attend in pereou to the drawing of necessary supplies at depots, and will habitually ac company their trains on marches." Except upon thfe eve of a move, the supply trains should be kept unloaded, and the supplies properly stored where they will be easy of access, and can be readily reloaded, should the exigences so require. This will en able the Quartermaster to distribute the *work of hu transportation equally among bis trains. The oractloa of keeping a portion of the trains constantly loaded, and in park idle, thereby throwing all the work upon other portions, is wrong, and will not be permitted Attention of Quartermaster* is called to the necessity for greater care and cleanliness of all their animal* and other means of transportation. TL- animals should be regularly and carefully groomed, au i the stables and co rals thoroughly policed. Ile-ides a regular and sufficient allowance of forage and water, all animals should be Bat ed at least once a week. Harness should be kept dean, and oiled as often as ne cessary to keep the leather soft and pliable, and when □ot in use ibshould be hung up and protected from the weather. Wagons should be kept painted, and tie cover* neatly and plainly marked with the designating badge of the command to which they are attached. The monthly estimates for supplies of Quartermaster's Store*, Clothing. Camp and Garriaon Equipage, should be carefully prepared, and so made as to anticipate all the wants fur the entire month. Special estimate* for ordi nary supplies, except in case* where the command has been increased, or of unavoidable lo-.ses, will not be con sidered at this office. One copy of the Regimental Estl date and estimates for separate detachment*, will In aH cases be forwarded with the consolidated estimate of Bri gade* and Divisions. In addition to the usual reports, a tri-monthly report will be made by Quartermasters of Divisions and indo jiendent commands, reporting direct to this office, giving the number of Army Wagons. •‘spring Wagons, Amba lance*. Horses and Mules, set* of lead and wheel harness; also the number of enlisted men employed, the number of enlisted men employed, the numler of criiliau employees, how employed, and the rate of pay. Anv increase or decrease in the strength of the respec tive commands will be promptly reported to this office. In transmitting the monthly report of mean* of trails f'ortation. Ac. F'orm 6G, the streugth of each command the number of officer* and men present for duty) will be I La imon <>>■» taut fri rr.iintMv rennrf in ihp Adjutant General's office which is rendered on the last day of eprJi month. Officers will have the report care fully made up and transmitted to this office punctually on the’first day of the month following that to which the re port relates. The weekly report of wagons and enlisted men, hereto fore rendered, wdl be discontinued fro.'u this date. . H. H. BLOOD, _Capt. and Chief Q. M. 26th Army Corps. HDQ’BS MILITARY GOVERNOR OF RICHMOND,) Richmond, Va., April 3d. 1866. J Gened an Order ) Nc. 2. $ No officer or soldier will enter or search any private dwelling, or remove any property therein m, without a written order from the Headquaiters of the Commanding General, the Military Governor, or the Provost Marshal General. Any officer or soldier with or without such order, en tering any private dwelling, wiligive his name, rank and recriment. Any officer or acldier entering a private dwelling with out ttueh authority, or failing to give his name, rank or regiment, or reporting the same incorrectly, will be liable to immediate and sumRiury punishment. G. F. BHEPLEY. Brigadier General U. S. Volunteers, and Military Governor of Richmond. HEADQUARTERS DETACHMENT ARMY JAMES,) Richmond. Va.. April 3d. 1866. > Major Ci-nera' Godkkev Wlitzel, commending De tachment of the Army of tne James, announces the oc cupation of the city of Richmond bv the Armies of the United .States, under command of I.ieut. Gen. Grant.— The people ol Richmond arc assured that we come to re-tote to them the blessings of peace, prosperity and freedom. onder the King of the Union. Tb“ cit’zcns of Richmond are requested to remain for the present quietly within their hr uses. and to avoid all public assemMages or meetings in'thc public streets.— An efficient Provost Guard will immediately re-establish order and tranquility within the city. Martial law for the present, proclaimed. Brigadier General George F. bhepley. United Btatea Volunteers, i* hereby appointed Military Governor of Richmond. Lieutenant Colonel Fred. L. Manning, Proves*. Mar shal General. Army of the Jemes. will act a* Provost Marshal of Richmond. Commanders of detachments doing guard duty in the city will report to him for in st ructions. Bv commaid of Major General Weitzel. D. D. WHEliLER. A. A.lG. LITHOGRAPH MAP OF THE CITY OF RICHMOND, SHOWING THE ENTIRE Burnt District, Eutirtciag K*e> li.rda. Bridges. Ac, nicely gotten n» and for sale at the WHIG OFFICE. ;Vi<v. 63 CenL, Each. Oa-vthird tva. tJ parties buying them to sei. again.