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HEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
4, T. STEWART 4 CR.
Wholesale and retail Dealers 1b
DRY GOODS,
Cloths Ca*Kimeres and Testings
corner Broadway and Chamber streets,
and corner Tenth street and Fourth avenue,
ap 6—lm _New York.
CLOTHING
FOR THE SOUTHERN TRADE.
KIRTLAND. BROWNSON A CO..
4b and 47, [Chambers Street] 46 sod 47,
NEW YORK,
Have In store a large assortment of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
Well adapted to the wants of the Sooth.
Very low prices will be made to all that favor us with
their orders.
Those visiting our market will find great inducements at
46 and 47, (Chambers Street) 46 and 47.
ap 17—lm _
FOWLE & CO.,
C0MMI88I0H MERCHANTS,
11 SOUTH WILLIAM feTREET,
New York.
apr 36—6m_
UNITED STATED STEEL PEN
MANUFACTORY.
(Works Camden, N. J.)
R. ESTERBROOK & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS OF
STEEL PENS,
WAREHOUSED.
403 Areh Street, Philadelphia.
43 John Direct, New York.
Samples and prices on application.^ gg 1&—tf
1’. If. Dllnfcrland A Co..
Manufacturers and Proprietors
OLD HOMESTEAD WILD CHEKB1
BITTERS.
DEPOT,
49 Beckman Direct,
ap!6— lmNew work.
HOWE’S PREMIUM
STANDARD SCALES.
IN GENERAL USE BY THE U. 8. GOVERNMENT.
Wilder’s Patent Salamander Safe*
Ingereoll’a Hay and Cotton Press.
Every Scale, Safe and Press Warranted.
Send for Illustrated Catalogue and Price Ltst.
CJ-Agenta Wanted.
HCWEABOUVIER.
194 Broadway,
ap!6—lm*_ New York.
WHOLESALE CLOTHING
EMPORIUM.
JAMES WILDE, Jr., A CO.,
Corner Broadway and Walker Street*,
Niw York.
One of the largest and most extensive Clothing Em
poriums on the continent, where can be found every
Brt‘Cle°f WEARING APPAREL
Baited to the taste of the most fastidious.
A call ia most respectfully solicited from ail in want.
JAMES WILDE, Jr., A Co.,
Corner Broadway and Walker street*
ap 5—lm New York.
JAMES WILDE, Jr. & 00.
. MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF
CLOTHING,
u A 57 WHITE NTHEET,
First Store weat of Broadway,
NEW YORK.
James Wilde, Jr. John a Wilde, Joasra Wilde.
ap 16—tf*
MERIUTT & WALCOTT,
04 Courtland Street, New York,,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
manctaottrers of and dealers in all kinds of
MACHINERY, RAILROAD, STEAMSHIP NND TELE
ORAPH SUPPLIES, BOLTS, NUTS.
WASHERS Ac., Ac.
apr 23— lm
GKEENE & GLjVDDiNG,
«!3 Conrtlnndt Street, New York.
IMPORTERS OP
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIUAUS.
ap 23—lm_
mTlevy,
110 Warren Street, New York,
MANUFACTURER OP
WINES OF ALL KINDS,
Warranted to keep In all climate*
No ordya received for leaa than three 1-4 cask*
Credit alx montha for aatlafactory notes.
If gooda do not give aatlafactlon, will be taken back
free of all expense*.
I aollcit the trade of 07 old cartomera. apl5—te
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS,
j VHT PlIBLIMnED,
A new Edition of
MAC ARIA,
With a splendid Steel Engraving ol the talented au
thoress,
MISS AUGUSTA J. EVANS,
Author of “Beulah,’.’ etc
‘OLD JACK’
AND
HIS FOOT CAVALRY ;
OR,
.4 VIRGINIA BOY'S TR0QRESS. TO RESOWS,
Being a complete and accurate account of the
Life and Services of
“STONEWALL” JACKSON,
finely illustrated.
THREE MONTHS
IN THE
SOUTHERN STATES,
By Lieut. Col. Freemantuc, of Her Majesty’s Cold
( stream Guards.
PUBLISHED BY
JOHN BRADBURN,
SUCCESSOR TO if. DOOlADY,
40, WALKER STREET,
New Y’obk.
ap28—3t __
~~ WHITE’S TYPE FOUNDRY.
PARMIB, LITTLE & C0-, Proprietor* '
•3 and 68 Berbninn £!•> N. V.
TYPE,
CASES, CABISIT8, GALLEYS, ETC
PRINTING PRESSES
or rviRT unciimon.
NEWS, BOOK, JOB ANB FANCY COLORED
INKS,
And everythin* required in a Printing Office promptly
furnished. Addres* _
FARMER, LITTLE * CO.,
«3 und «5 Beckman Mt., N. Y.
apl6—tf_
HENRY & JNO. PARET. Jr.
mi: (.13) HEDim
CLOTHING
AT WHOLESALE,
35 Chamber* Ntrcet,
Adjoining Stewart’s,
YFAV IOKM.
Wilson U. Htnt, ) q.. .!a| partn«»r»
fiaoHon OrrTiK. ( g»)eilal 1 ‘>rtner8-sp 17-la
AY OTHER GREAT
ONE HUNDRED DOLLAR PRIZE PUZZLE.
The Great Yutlonnl Comic nagailia
MERRYMAN’S MONTHLY
Offers in the MAY number another of its great Prl*»
Putties, which have created ao much fun and excitement
throughout the oountry ainoe they were started.
Each number of Mbbbtxan'r Monthly contains It
mammoth pages, of humorous stories jokes,'wit, humor
Ac., besides an Innumerable number of funny picture*
all by the best artists.
One of the most popular features of our Magatlne t*
the Puule Department, where every month will be found
a choice collection of Puaales, Enigmas. Rebuses, Conun
drums, Riddles. Ac., which will cause an immense
amount of amusement.
In addition to our regular monthly Prise Pasties, s
prise is given each month to the person sending th*
largest nnmber of correct answers to our mlscellaneone
putties. We are constantly giving in this depart men •
novel things in the way of putties that will be found is
no other publication.
The other departments of Mbkryman are ably e <i‘*
and will compare favorably with any other periodical o
the kind. The latest things in the funny world wil
always be found here.
Onr original articles are from the pens of our most ft
mous funny men, including Bellew, Artemns Ward. Quill*
author of the‘‘Harp of a Thousand Strings," Josh Bil
tings, and, in short, nearly all who are really talented 1l
a funny way.
Oar illustrations are unrnirpassed. and we give as many
If not more than any similar publication.
We cannot give a lair idea of the attractions of Ms*
bymahI n an advertisement—it must be seen to be appre
dated- and hose who fail to secure it will miss an Intel
lectual. treat but seldom furnished. Call at any newt
dealers and take a look at tt. Specimen copies sent tre
of postage for fifteen cents each. Three different numbe:*
as samples postpaid for thirty cents. No gratuitoci
copies furnished. Sent by mail to any address for |1 2f
per annum j two copies for 12 26: three copies for 13 Ot
Any one sending five subscriptions and |6 atonetimt
will receive a copy for one year free. Address all bnainest
letters to J. C. HANEY A CO„ Publishers, 109 Nassat
street, New York.
Sold by agents In Blchmond and in the army.
tpr 12—In
YOW READY:
The internal revenue laws,
Act approved June 30. 1864, as amended.
And the Act amendatory thereof, approved March 8, 1861
with
COPIOUS MARGINAL REFERENCES,
A COMPLETE ANALYTICAL INDEX, AND
TABLES OF TAXATION.
Compiled by
HORACB DBBN8XB.
I Volume, 8vo. Pape'r 60 cente; cloth *1.
D. APPLETON A CO., Publisher*.
Noa. 443 and 446, Broadway.
i Seat free by null on receipt of price. apll—Is
HKW YORK ADVKBTISFUIEMTH.
IIEADQl'kRTIRM FOR ARMY,
•NAVY AYD MASONIC BADGES.
F. T. HAYWARD,
liOS Broadway, Yew York.
On the opposite side of
this Medal it a fm? Like
of Hen. Grant I will
send a samp].; of this M-dal
without the Top Bar, made
of Pure <’oin (silver, with
your Name. Regiment and
Company handsomely en
graved (here in for 83.
Also. I have all the NEW
CORPB BADGES of the
Armv ready. I will *end a
sample, with your Name
Regiment "and Company
aa ndsomely engraved there
on. on the receipt of 81 50.
and for 83 or 85,1 will send
a genuine 16 karat Gold
Enameled Corps Ring for
either Corps or Division
Badges uioeiy description madeto order.
I want an Agent inevery Regiment, Hospitnl and De
partment of the Army and Navy, to whom esperial ic
dnrements are offered. Send for wholesale illustrated
Circular.
B.T. RAY WARD,
ffVantxfucluring Jeweller,
apai—TuThA.Satl3t_W Broadway. N. Y.
ATnil l.DK'S HAIH DYL!
THE ORIGINAL AND BEST IN '1 HE WORLD.
The only true and peifeet Hair Dye. Harn Its*. Eel anle
>od Icetsnta. eons. Produces immediately a splendid
Black or natural Brown without injuring the nair or
, kit. Bern* dies the ill efi't cts of bad uyes.
Sold by all Drnggiste. Tbe genuine is signed
WILLIAM A. BATCI1F.LUK, 81 Barclay sU,
' ap31—3m New 1
THE REPUBLIC
•’NO NORTH. NO SOUTH. NO EAST, NO WE8T
OUR WHOLE COUNTRY."
Ranking ourso'ves among those who—no matter wbat
their former political opinions—arc now willing ton
ceive cordially and honorably the arbitrament of war
believing sincerely that by the inscrutable workings o
an over luling Providence, the dreadful tempest o!
strife and desolation which has swept over ns daring the
past four years was but the harbinger of a purer and
brighter day than ever yet dawned upon onr beloved
country, we feel it to be now the duty of every true pa
triot, casting a charitable veil over the irremediable
paet, to bend all his eaergie* to the pleasing task not
only of obliterating all traces of by-gone differences
but of immediately laying the foundation of present
aid future prosperity among us. We believe it to be
a duty we all owe to our common country—in the
broadest acceptation of the term—to our individaa
State, to our families, and to the cause of humanity and
civ fixation throughout the world.
Firm In this 1 elief -impelled by the spirit of tine broth
erhood towards all our countrymen, whether of south
ern or northern origin, we purpose to issue a Daily pa
per under the above title of "Tins Republic," and bear
ing the'irniflcan'. motto "No North noMouth no East
no West -Oar Whole Country." The very aelactlon o
this name and motto will, we trust, abundantly foie
shadow the principles by which we are determined to b
guided. While we yield to no one in love and veneration
for our dear old State of Virginia, we do not and nevei
d'd feel that *ur love and veneration should be limited
to the n ere petty confines of State lines.
We intend to make of “ The Riri bmc" a first-cla*
daily newspaper, containing all the latest news, native
and foreign, sustained by an able corps of Reporters, and
by Editorial ability of the first order. It will be a live
paper; not occupying the safe but sulky and dubious
position of a non-commlttalist, bat fearlessly and hon
estly expressing its opinions; attacking the wrong and
defending the right wherever we find them—whether
for or against Northern or Southern proclivities Jind
from the view not of what existed, but of what exists.
Entertaining no feeling of sectionalism ourselves, we
shah have no fear of either class of thinkers uneharita
bly confounding our honesty of purpose with malevo
lence of Intention. In short, oureflort will be to smooth
over the rude furrows of the pait,—to maintain the dig
nity and true interests of our now undivided country.—
to do all we can towards moulding into one harmonious
hsppy, prosperous and fraternal result, the restless and
doubting elements of discord ye; surviving this horrible
convulsion; proud of the proofs of true greatness which
this war has developed in two former rival sections o*
the same nation, and rejoicing in the conspicuous fac
that, in sp.te of all the iud vidual sufferin'which that,
war has indicted, Northern and Southern brethren have,
in fonr years, been brought together, been shown each
other's merits and demerits been taught to ove and re
gpect each other, in a manner that would have been ut
terly impossible during centuries of peace.
To speed on the good work, now happily commenced,
will be the effort of ‘ The Republic," but to ensurv sue
cess will much depend upon the aid that is ac :orued to
our earnest and well meant cndeavi rs. AH we can say
is, that if the support we obtain is at all In proportion to
the <;eal and hopefulness with which we launch our
paper upon it* career of usefulness, it will not belong
in astern ng a foremost rank among the journals of th
Continent.
We exj c t to issue our first number on or about Mon
day. the 6th May.
Onr office will be located in Bosher's Hall, south-west
corner of Main and Ninth streets, where we have every,
facility for undertaking JOB PRINTING upon any scale—
from the largest play-bill to the smallest card.
R. F. WALKER,
ap 27—iwJ. W. LEWELLEN
STALLION FOR S.AI F-Fcnr yeerscld next Angus':
Baffcaw sire Jackson Morgan dem; weighs 1 KM)
pounds; has been trained 'o eadde; and gives premise
of being the finest horse ir Fa«tern Virginia.
P»rt:es wishing to improve their stock v onfd do well
to give this horse tbeir attention—as from the well
known courage, speed ard endnrtnce o) these celebra
ted breeds, the test results may be anticipated.
WM. K. H’ hlON.
apC6—lw No. 3 Main street.
TABliF«/W ante J to rent a rood STAPLE—in
O tuo viciaft of the Spotswooc Hotel preferred.
A W s, by letter, T. C., Whig Office.
*p27—3t* •
_BDSISE1S CARPS. __
W. C. FREE914M,
llonno and Sign Pointer,
* CORNER FRANKLIN AND TWELFTH STREETS.
(in basement)
H AS resumed business, and solicits the patronage Of
bis old customers and the public.
Orders for painting and glazing attended to promptly
#ud in a workmanlike manner.apSS— it
POWHATAN WEISIGER,
to. VO 7, ltroud St., bet. 1th A St It Rib*.
HAT STORE,
FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY R. MOORE.
HAVING rescued from the late fire a few HATS, he
offers to his friends and public generally hi* stock
at reduced prices. As soon as the time* will admit, ho
hopea to be able to inciease hi* stock, with all of the
latest and most fashionable atyle*.
ap2&— lm___
WM. K. POLK
Will be found at the corner of
BBOAD AND SIXTH STREETS,
in the same building with Chile* A Chenebt. Thank-*"
ing his friends and patrons for past liberal patronage,
he hope* for a continuance of the same.
N. B.—I have secured the assistance of Mr. John L.
Cox, who will be glad to see bis frienda at Corner of
Broad end Fixth fetieete. WM. R. POLK.
apSO—eod6t* _
VlLLARD & CO.
BANKERS & EXCHANGE
KROKLRN.
Bread street, Richmond.
GOLD AXU 8DLVER
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Sight Draft* sold on New York, Philadelphia and Bal
timoie. ,
Collections made in any part of the United States,
an 38—dim. .
ROBERTSON, GARRETT & CO.,
Grocer** und Commiaaion .Merchant*,
(AT THEIR OLD STAND,)
Cornir Franklin ami Govirnor Streets,
Richmond, Virginia,
Respectfully aak a continuation of that oatronage ao
libera 11 v beatowed heretofore, and promise for the futnre
a guarantee of the past, quick salea and prompt re
turns.
WE OFFER FOR SALK:
Sugar, Cotton Yarns.
Coffee, Cotton Domestic,
Bacon—Side*, Molaa.se*.
Ham* and Shoulder*, Candles,
Lard, Soap.
Butter, Tobacco,
Vinegar, Pepper and Spice.
Cheese, Mustarl,
Poda, Yeast Powders,
Potatoes, Dried Fruit,
Meal. Starch,
Corn, . Green and Black Tea.
Salt,' EKK»
Flour, Matches.
Mackerel. • Brocms and Bucket*.
J. 8. ROBERTSON,
T. W. GARRETT,
*p9&—to U- D. BURRUS8.
JNO. II. .MONTAGUE,
INSURANCE AGENT..
Capital Represented, $3,500,000.
I am now prepared to issne Fire Insurance Policies in
some of the heat Fngliali and American Offices, on the
unprotected property of this city and its vicinity—
Dwell ngs. Furniture. Stores, 4c, ,
Applicat ons are solicited.
Office No. 231 Main St, below Spotawood Hotei.
ap25—lw__
N. M. NORFLEET & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
For sale or purchase of MANUFACTURED or LEAF
TOBACCO. Ala -All kinds of COUNTRY PR JDUCE.
We have taken part of the store on Governor or 13th
street, formerly occupied by D. 8. Hnfl'ard 4 Co., which
possesses great facilities for storage._ap26—1m
JOHN W. GENTRY & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NO. 78 MAIN 8TBEET. RICHMOND. VA.
HAYING one of the largest and most commodiona
bnsii ess houses in the central portion of the city,
we resjiectfullv solicit consignments from oor friend*
and the public generally, feeling assured that entire
satisfaction will he given. _. .
Attention invited to our large assortment of no
perior Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Cigars, I ipea.
Fancy Articles, 4c., 4c.
apl8—2w_
OFFICERS' •’"•^lkanS LIKE NSW. II
“KING’S,”
FIVE DOORS ABOVE 8TH STREET, ON MAIN,
ap 6—lm_Near the Spotawood.
BURTON & GRANT,
inotion and Commission Jlerchan
No. 238 Mam Sr.,
(Opposite the Spotawood Hotel, Richmond,)
Will give their individual attention to the sale of
kinds of Merchandise and Furniture, also Country n
dace. Having ample accommodations and long e
non e in the busineaa, hope to be able to give aatiaf.”
to all patrons.
Consignment* respectfully solicited.
Our house will be opened on M0NDA7, the 17th,
the reception of good*.
BURTON 4 GRANT.
W h mi yon conquer one Moth now you conquer a
dozen in June—that is, yon kill ’em befokk they’b*
sown.
srii! do it if yon act this wkek, whi e they’re in chry
salis. HARRIS 4 CHAPMAN, Bo-ton, make t edar Cam
phor. Every druggist aelle it. ftP lw

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