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SATURDAY MOJWNQ.,.TAWt»\j»
Affairs la Eareae.
Uy tha Arafo, wa Mara '.aat the Uaesa Bt
Oiaat Britain haa, hy the edrlee of her mlals
try, slrsedj recoguissd the aaueaaUoa of 80.
locaa,Tuaeaay,Modeaa aad Per ass, to the
KlagOomof OarO-ata Tbegroaafi apoa which
thfe aekaowtedgmeat was .Bade, as stated by
IJord Joaa Ru-sbll, preclades, wa should
think, tbe paeaiMHtyof ***** reetoratiou, at
least by tha assistaaos af, England. Lord
joaa evidently retards ***** as waifs, hay.
lug bo owaer.aud there-bra liable to be ap
propriated by the Erst finder. Upon tha first
Alarm, tha Uapebarg rulers Incontinently
Red, aad thereby, according to Encllsh prece
dent, eatahUshefi ta lha case ef Jam«s li-, ab
-Heated their thrones. Having been thus left
-withoat a tovereiaent, tha people called in
the Kiag of Sardinia, aa the English, on tbe
occasion before alluded to, celled Ja Dutch
William. Eugtaad eaaaot contest tbe tills
_»f ViCToa Emak v xl, unless she be preparsd
to admit that Viltobia has no title. The ac
■tfah af Austria proceed** on very different
lir.aclp.es. She protests against the auuexa
tion, in favor of tbe Uapsburgs, alleflng trea-
Use a century old, in which France undertook
-to guarantee their poesessiou iv exchange for
certain claims relinquished by them In Lor
raine. She bas never learned even yet, that
there is such a power ia existence as the peo
ple, and sbe seems to have lorgotieu that there
ever was such an event as tbe French revolu
tion. Austria is tbe slowest of all national
old fogies, the Rip Yam Wibklbol the nations.
Sbe, luckily for the peace of Europe, conftue*.
herself to protesting—hopes tbat iv ber doing
mo, Europe will recognise ber desire to keep
tbe peace—and (she might, have added,) ber
inability to go to war with no aU.es and -
bankrupt treasury. There seems to be far
more danger to the general peace, frum the
annexation ol Savoy. A portion of the Eng
lish press, aud all ihe old tory remtiauts in
Parliament, persist ia represeuting this an
nexation ns tbe .irst step of the French Em
peror in establishing what the first Napolkon
called tbe natural boundaries of France: that
is, the Ocean, the Rhine, and the Alps. The
protest of Swltxerland, backed undoubtedly
by some other power, is lively and strong.—
We are disposed to think it a contrivance of
tbe Emperor Napoi.bon nimself to get a Con
gress together and procure the formal aboli
tion of the Treaty of Vienna.
Hm while the attention of the whole world
lias been turned upon Italy aud the Alps, the
London Herald has suddenly discovered a
t>peck of war upon the Northern horizon. At
present it is uo bigger than a man's hand; but
if it swell not to the proportions of a clond
large enough to envelop all Europe, It will not
bs for wan i of assistance from tbs weather
brewing English journal. The very novel
proposition is stated, that the whole scope of
the F.mperor Nafolboß's policy is to establish
the ascendancy ef France in the Councils of
Enrope, and that to this end he has devoted all
bis energy to fomenting discord between the
.treat Powers of Europe. To effect this ob
ject, we are told—certainly, we think, not fer
tbe first time—that be enticed innocent and
unsuspecting England—who, of course, had
never heard of Sir Uamiltos Sbyjiolb and
bis conversations witb the late Czar about
the disposition of a certain '-sick man's" ef
fects, and wbo has no interests in the East to
protect from the somewhat notorious cupidity
of tbe Ru.sian bear—into an alliance against
the Great Northern Bugbear of this enlight
ened age, and forcing a peace, while the honor
of the latter was yet unstained, left him
with a heart rankling witb animosity
against his ancient associate. With tbe same
object always in view, be next contrived
to sow tares between Austria and ber old
friends, and, having caught her without
allies, first crushed her to the earth, theu
lent a hand to raise ber up, and left u>r too
grateful for his forbearance, and hi tier against
ber recreant friends. Having thus estab
lished an irreconcilable difference between
these delectable associates—having made Rue
eia hate England for ber active enmity, and
Austria and Prussia for their passive attitude
while be bas secured ber friendship by his
self-denial and courtesy, he has completely
succeeded in sundering all the ties that bound
these great robbers together when they met at
Vienna and plundered Europe, leaving but a
eiugle alliance—that between Prussia and
Great Britain—unaffected by lus machina
tions. According to the far-seeing man of the
lie, aid, he is, even now, busily engaged in pre
paring tbe wedge witb which be means to
sunder this loving alliance also. The fashion
of tbe wedge In question Is this:
The relationf of Deumark witb the German
Federation, touching tbe old quarrel about
SchlezWig Holstein, are, at this moment, any
thing but friendly. On a late occasion, the
Diet at Frankfort made a demand upou Den
mark for redress for certain alleged violations
of the Constitution of the Duchies, and inti
mated, iv terms too plain to be misunderstood,
its determination to support tbe claims of tbe
latter, by military force if it be necessary. The
Danish plenipotentiary not ouly protested
against such a step, but plainly intimated that
liis government bad made all the conces.ious
it iv tended to make. Tbe Diet is backed by
the public opinion of Gerinauy, aud all Den
mark approves the position of its Govern
ment. There can be no doubt that Denmark
is desirous to resist, and would have resisted
loag ago, bad bar power been equal to her
will, lv this crisis of affair, sbe bas been
lor same time seeking assistance from some
of tbe Grqgt Powers, and bas at last suc
ceeded in 'dbtaiaiug it from Frauce. Nego
tiations are ia active progress, and it is pro
bable tbat ia a very short time aa alliance
ofleuslve and defensive, will be formed.—
iv the even I of a war with Germauy, the geo
graphical position of Denmark will afford
incalculable advantages to Nai.__k>h. With
tbe assistance of tha fetaaieh aavy aud tbe
Danish porta, he eaa crush tha commerce of
Northern G.rmauy, and blockade all her
porn. Nor are his iutrigues couflned to
Denmark, lie will be content with nothing
less tbaa a Scandinavian alliance. Ilia nego
tiations bave been for soma time as active at
Stockholm as they have been at Copenha
gen, and, it is rumored, quite as success
ful. Aa alliance betweea France, Denmark,
Sweden, aud Norway, weald be a most for.
mldable alliance. It would seem to resemble
oae of those schemes for a consolidation of tbe
Contlusntal Naval forces, wbich the great
Napolbob was aa toad of entertaining.—
Whether it bs feasible or uot, it is certain that
it has alarmed tbe Mold Britons fully as much
as they were alarmed by tbe empty kegs which
soms wag Ist float down tbe Delaware, whea
they occupied Philadelphia, duriag tha Revo
lutlonary war.
In Spain a new Carllst revolution has
broken out TheSpanUbgovammentueaefres
it richly, lor making war apoa tha Moors
-rithou t aay cause whatever, aad from ao ath
er motive tbaa the desire to capture the peats
sula opposite Gibraltar. To efibet thie ob.
.teei, < > Doxbbll seat every soldier, aear ly. oat
of Spaia, aud tbe Carltsts have take* advaa
tage of their absence ta raiee the fieg of iasar
recuon. If we shoaM ever takeOoha, we aaa
stop tbeir nioaths whea they eamplala, with
this expedition. Taeiasargeet geaeral, Oa
•"oa, has with him a tseeeaafilalaat ty create
great alar at la «he absiscs of tha soldiers of
TabeAfafcaa iß»a»Mtm . .;
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Manchester.
Wa eaa aot allow tha 18-Writ af oat frteads
over ths riaar to ha __rrgi)ttah. Wa shall eaa.
ttaas to args ape* them the tmportanee of
sosas measure to foellttat* commoaicatlan
with Richmond. Ha maa who looks apeu
Manchester from Shockoe Bill, eaa Call *» be
struck with IU natural bsauUes, the admlra-
Me disposition of the taad to latprovemsat,
aad tha lovely and genUe slope from Ihe back
grouadto the river shore. A A** city would
maks a grand appearance ppoa so aoble a site.
And there Is where a fine city mast be, If the
people of ths puce go to work energetically
aad wisely tbe right way to build ap one.-
Tbelr»s will cease te be one of the grass-grow
ing villages of Virglaia, aad become an orna
meutaad pride of the Old Commonwealth.—
It is time she had ceased to cultivate hay af.
tsr tha ataaaar of so many mors pretentious
towas than herself, aad that her streets, ia
, stead of growlug grass, should be animated by
a bnsy aad thrifty commerce.
It is time for Manchester to go to work ia
eeraest. It to time that buildings were rising
rapidly betweea ths river aad the elevations
beyond it. Imagine what aa elegant appear
aaea tha place will maks whea that space to
covered with handsome squares. No town
that wa know of has each fine sites for public
edifices and for monuments. A monument in
Manchester woold be indeed a grand affair to
behold from this side of the river. With
these advantages for adornment, and the ele
gant works of art, it bas noble advantages for
commerce. With water power, aud with
wharves for sea-going ships, sbe has extensive
resources for manufacturing, and very fine
facilities for marine commerce.
Now, Mancbester can in no other way avail
herself of these admirable advantages so well
and so rapidly as by establishing a free com
munication between tbe north and soutb sides
of James river. Let ber, in effect, continue
bar maia street into tbe city of Richmond !—
Tbat will do the business completely. She
will then put herself Immediately In the pos
se.-ion of a share of tbe advantages Richmond
enjoys in the public works which have cost so
mauy millions of dollars, and which termi
nate within her borders. She will thus tap
the streams of trade which distribute thrift
along the thoroughfare, of ber prosperous
neighbor, aud direct them through her own
deserted streets, which will soon shew the
prosperous sign, of the beneficent irrigation.—
Wake up then, O people of Manchester, and
achieve this great revolution tbat will make
your town great aud opulent!
Northern and Southern Presidents.
It is often urged by tbe Black Republicans
that the Executive office bas hitherto been
mainly in Southern hands. Tbe North, they
say, bas cheerfully submitted to this, and the
South ought to take her turn of being the gov
erned party, with equal good humor. Now,
in point of fact, the number of Southern
Presidents, including Gkobgb Wahhimotom,
bas only been one more than the number of
Presidents from the free States r but, what is
more important, those Southern Presidents
were not chosen by a sectional party, nor as
sectional representatives, nor with ihe slight
est reference whatever to section, but solely
and exclusively as the representatives of na
tional parties, having as mucb strength in one
section as another, and often solicited and
nominated by tbe North itself, tor tbe leader
ship of tbeir party.
It is tbe purely sectional character of Black
Republicanism, and of its representatives,
aiming to make tbe South a province of the
North, to wbich tbe South objects. Give the
Soutb a national President, aud there are few
Southern men wbo care a groat about bis
birthplace. But tbe Republicans are not satis,
fled with a man of their own section alone,
he must be a sectional man. Was tbat the
principle upon which the Presidents from tbe
South were selected, and, If it had been, would
the North have submitted to it ?
If the Soutb, however, bas governed the na
tion hitherto, bas sbe not governed it well 1—
What other nation bas risen as rapidly?—
After the sect ion alist s bave been in office a
quarter cf a century, will they be able to show
as rapid a growth in power, fame and Union 1
New Book.
We bave received from the publisher, Mr.
J. W. Ran doli'ii, of No. I'll Main street, a
poem styled "Tlie Mock Auction, or OssawatomU
Sold," containing numerous portraits and
tableaux illustrative of tbe characters and ac
tiousof tbe world-renowned order of "Peter
FuLks." Tbe book Is filled with sarcastic al.
lusions to Jouk B_o\v_, bis raid, and his fol
lowers, and tbe termination of their first ven
ture on Virginia soil. The author thinks that
Baowa and bis companions were of tbe order
of ''Peter Funks," aud be proceeds to record
tbeir exploits "in as succinct a manner as the
large material of "Peter Funk" inspiration
speech and achievement, will justify. To ac
complish this end, the author has taken ad
vantage of one of their splendid victories, and
decidedly the grandest aud most unique per
formance of modern times— the sell of Otsa
wotomie.
The book is printed by Mackablaub A Fan
cvs-ON, and for sale at Rakdolpu's. Price 75
cents.
Habpbr fob Mat to received from the pe
riodical establishment of Jos. Wxllkb, Broad
street.
Gbb.BicK-SY.—The Atlanta iGa.) Confed
eracy, in a biography of Gen. George W. I_.
Bickley, " Commauder-ln-Übief of tbe K. G.
C. Legion," states thit he to a native of
Washington county, Virginia, from whence
he went with his pareuts to Petersburg. Be
coming involved in a difficulty, in wbich be
wounded bis opponent, be fled to Richmond,
where he acted as a ''passer" in a rolling mill.
He was afterwards a cadet at West Point, but
before graduating, turned his attention to tbe
study of medicine, tbe practice of wbich be
pursued in Southwestern Virginia, lie has
been a professor in a college and an editor.
A Siboulab Da aim. -Mr.. Jane Gamble, a
widow lady, of Eatonton, Ga., under tbe in
fluence of religious monomania, starved her
self to death. She died on the Sth inst., hav
ing lived twenty days without a particle of
food.
Among the passengers by tbe steamship
Adriatic, which sailed for Southampton, Eng.,
ou the 14th lust., were Rev. Dr. Leyburn aud
lady, of Philadelphia, aad Mrs. J. McNeece,
of Petersburg, Va.
There are thirty women missing in tbe city
of New York, wbose friends visited tbe recent
ly di-covei-ed murdered female, to see whether
she was not one of them.
Milk cans, if covered with cotton cloth
looked in salt water, will, it is said, keep milk
sweet ia the middle of summer, while jolting
»ver a railroad to market.
Major Joseph Moreland, having been ap
pointed postmaster at Lexington, Mo_ gallant
ly resigned ia favor of a Mrs. Long, also an
applicant, aad she was appointed.
A bill to pay a life annuity of BdOO to J. W.
Marshall, as the discoverer of the California
fold mines, has been rejected by tha Legisla
ture of tbat State.
A negro woman and ber two children, be
longing to Everett Maget, were burned to
death in Northampton county, N. C, on last
fiatarday night.
As a specimen of tha awful results of poly
|amy, it to related that a young English wo.
maa was recently sold to a maa in Salt Lake
U iiy for a load of pumpkins.
J. O. Terrell, for tbe murder of Ananias
Graham, his grandfather, was hung at Baa.
Betiavilto, 8. 0., oa Friday last.
A. portioa of the Female College at Spartans
baimS.o., with fourteen pianos, eras barat
B* the mh last. ™
Tba slave brig which was receat ly take nlnto
?X m^-l7**3£ m &**-* m *'"**'
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!_*.W«_,._ -:'..'■ ,/s ''(_**) /ut li -A A
] MrsrcAL.—ln Petersburg, fa.*, tba ladiee
baa* B**B gettlag ap coacerts for tba benefit
of ***r starches, which tbejr, aery froperly,
th___ Isla every way.supertar totbaaysteui of
•____r generally laeorted to for tbat purpose.
On Monday night last, a concert eras givea at
Phcsaix Hall |»r tba benefit of Grass Church,
(Episcopal,) at which selections including nil
tba prettiest music from II Trovatore, were
given by tba choir ef tbe church, assisted by
tbe musical talent of tbe city. Tbe perform
anoe seems to bave besa a noticeable success,
and the tt auvilchorus" is especially commeaded
hy tba press. In a few days tbe same amateurs
are to prodace tba opera a. Somaambula.
This ptaa of atdlag places of worship, will
soon he tbe most popular, as It to tba most pre
ferable. _
Naval.—Tbe Spanish screw frigate Peri
goaaa (the flaest ship ia tbeir aavy,) was to
sail from Havana on Monday, tbe -3d inst. for
Norfolk, Va., to mset the newly-sppoiuted
Spanish Minister to Mexico, and to convey
him to Vera Crux. On the 14th Inst., the U.
S. screw steaamrOrosader, IdeaLCjmmand-
Ing J. N. Mafllt, sailed from Havana for Key
West to communicate with her consort, the
Mohawk, thence to proceed with dispatch to
her cruising ground off tbe East end of Cuba.
The Crusader left Pensacola on tbe llth iust.,
and reports the new steam corvette Semi
nole nearly ready for sea. She was taking on
board her battery, and was to sail for Nor
folk oa the 1-th of the current mouth.
Oov. I__rrcHßß.—Gov. Letcher is in Lexing
, ton, Va. On Saturday last, be reviewed the
CadeU of the Military Institute, and was com
plimented by a parade of tbe two military
companies of the town. One of them—the
Letcher Rifles—presented Major Colston, of
the Virginia Military Institute, with a service
of silver plate In acknowledgment of his hav
ing drilled it to a state of great proficiency.
N-oao Killed.—A negro owned hy Mrs.
Mary Gilliam, of Dinwiddie county, Va.,
was shot and killed on Wednesday last, by
Dr. R. W. I. Anson, his hirer, who he was at
tacking with a club.
h__ ABBiv/t-or Dr. Ealing.—The high repu
tation this eminent Au'iit has obtained in this
country, will lie an inducement to all .uttering
from the diseases of the Ear, to obtain his advice.
His advertisement will be found in another col
umn.
MIThK Hi . AND CHEAPEST FIIOTOBK A I'll*
and Pearl Amhrotypes in tbe city are those made
at Rices' Mammoth Gallery. 145 Main st., near
Governor st. All the various styles and sizes ex
ecuted in the highest style of the art, at all hours
in the day and any kind nf weather. Photographs
colored in Oil. Aquarille. Pasted, or India Ink.
Price 25 ots., SO cts., 91—from tbat up to 9100.
ap2.-ti
__b.60.C00 Vo l r _ k . __ts. Rbckivbd.—Gift
Boobs. Gift Boos«.—Just received at the South
ern Gift Book tStore. No 157 Main street, a large
and elegant st«ck of choice English and Ameri
can Books, which we will sell as low as any house
in the Soutb, and aive a valuable and elegant
Present witb each Book. Call at once, and we
warrant perfect satisla.tion, or order what you
want. Address H.C.FOSTER.
ap 19-4t Care Post- Office, Box r_o.
b__. AI STROP..I.I US 11*1.1,.—
BATURDAY EVENING, April 21, 1860,
GRAND COMPLIMENTARY
TESTIMONIAL
TO THE
CAMPBELL MINSTRELS,
By s large number of the friends and patrons.
FAREWELL AND FINAL
LEAVE OF RICHMOND.
MR. GEORGE KIT,. KEL,
Proprietor and Manager of the Richmond Thea
tre, hai generously vo.uuteered his services, and
will sing a favorite SONG.
MR. E. ADAMS,
i By the kind permission nf Air. Kunkel.) will also
appear and give a series of.-sketches from dramatic
authors, together with Ins unrivalled personation
of ••JEREMIAH CUP." in which he will give
imitations of the most celebrated actors of the
day.
THE CAMPBELLS IN THEIR BEST ACTS.
It V. Admission Twenty -Five Cents.
NO RESERVED SEATS.
Doors open at 7, toeomiuence at 8 o'clock. _2t
_a__TnKATBR.THEATHK, THEATRE.
POSITIVELY LAST NIGHT,
POSITIVELY LAST NIGHT.
FO-ITIVELY LAST NIGHT,
POSITIVELY LAST NIGHT,
OF l II fc
HANDSOME SISTERS.
HANDSOME SISTERS.
HANDSOME SISTERS.
HANDSOME SISTERS.
PRIZE of a SILVER CUP,
PRIZE of a SILVER CUP,
PRIZE of a SILVER CUP,
PRIZE of a SILVER CUP,
THIS (SATURDAY) EVENING, April 21st,
THIS (SATURDAY! EVENING, April -Ist,
THIS (SATURDAY) EVENING, April .Ist,
For the BEST
ORIGINAL CONUNDRUM.
ORIGINAL CONUNDRUM.
ORIGINAL CONUNDRUM.
ORIGINAL CONUNDRUM.
Decided by the Audience.
Decided by theAutlier.ee.
Decided by toe Audience.
Decided by the Audience.
Competitors for the Prize
Competitors for the Prize
Competitors lor tbe Prize
Must he present.
Must be present.
Must tie present.
______ THREE FAST MEN.
____» THREE FAWT MEN.
______ THREE FAST men.
■ta. THREE FAST MEN.
POSITIVELY LAST TIME.
POSITIVELY LAST TIME,
POSITIVELY LAST TIME,
POSITIVELY LAST TIME.
As tbe STAR SISTERS appear in l'_teril>nr.
next MONDAY EVENING.
Send iv your Conundrums,
Send in your Conundrums,
Send in your Conundrums.
___ft WHAT l« FARI!.* ? Of___
&*JK). WHAT IS FARINA. <s_»o.
It is made from that portion of Wheat that is
most autritious and healthful i Itiaestimatsu thai
oue pound of
A. WING'S FARINA CRACKERS !
Contains as much nutriment aa two pounds of
Bread. Are of small size—over ninety hi the
pound -delightful to the taste, and on* ot the liest
CRACKERS ever produced for FAMILIES.
LUNCH, OYSTER.. CHILDREN. _c. Sold by
JOHN j. RICHARDSON, 20S Main sliest.
206.] SOMETHING NICE. 1406.
Jnst received, a large assortment of fresh ENG
LISH FRUITS. PICKLES, PRESERVES,
SAUCES. CATSUP. -
CURRANTS. PEARS.
GOOSEBERRIES. TOMATOES,
PLUMS. CHERRIES.
CAMIONS, QUINCE,
GIRKINS, OLIVES.
GINSER, APRICOTS,
STRAWBERRIES, PEACHES.
WALNUTS. CHOW CHOW.
CAULIFLOWER. PRUNES,
• n LABi.s and >nu Jars, st hICHARDSON'S
Confeotio-ery and Tea Cake Bakery 106 Main st.
■_. Remember freih FRUIT CAKh and PIES
everyday at RICHARDSON'S. !_______
AS. BHAFER A CO..
• CLOTHIEFS. OF PETERSBURG. VA.,
Having vu*oha_ed from the Trustees of Messrs.
TifMA* k Hull the stock snd lease of the n ore
No. 110 Main street, will is a few days, lw prepar
ed wi*h a large assortment ol FASdION AtaLfc
I'LOTHING and GENT'S FURNISHING
GOODS, suitable for the Spring aad Summer trade.
The lm _nen wil be conducted uader ths nau>«
snd style of SHaFER, HALSEY A CO., wbo by
a strict attention to business and ths wants of the
trade, hope to merit aifd receive a share of public
patronage, whioh has been «o liberally bestowed
upon them in oar sister city.
Mr. Win. Gastob. formerly with us ib Peters
burg, but of lata with Tuamaa ft Hull, will con
tinue with us. SHAFER, HALSEY * CO.,
ap2l--ta 110 Main atreet, Richmond.
SOMETHING Mlf__.! ~~
ORANGE COUNTY IUTTRR!.
D. AN TELOTTI. on Franklin street, between
16th and 17'hstrsets has just received FIVE HUN
DRKII POUNDS OF NEW ORANGE COUNTY
PUTTER, which cannot bs excelled in t*>i« city.
He also takes pleasure ia saying that he will re
ceive the above Batter twice a wsek. a- d hi*
frisnds aad the pabtio may rely oa getting a good
article. D ANrELofH.
Fain ly Grocer. Franklin street.
■____. Also, a large stock of well assorted GROCE
RIES. ___._*___
FARMERS* _AVINC.fi BANK ar RICH.
MONO-CHARTERED BY THE LEGIS
LATURE OF VIRGIN!A-Will receive money
ob deposit, ib turns ef ivs dollars sad upwards, oa
which aa interest of six per centum aer aaaurn
will he paid, if the same remain on deposit six
month- or longer, aud five ncr centura per aaaum
if less tnaa six months, aad tor which the whale
-Joint Feud" ia hound. __
Deposits received at the oMee of Jis.M. Tay
lob f-SoB. -aadia'a Hall, eoraer_of llth aad Bank
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BaTB KPMi *Bf<_jfci|ablelnr -isno Forte.Guitar.
Ao , Bt.ft** Meme received as aooa ac pub
tteeed. Teseheis supplied upoa the best tenaa-
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DU3D,
On tbe 20th inst,, FRANCIS TAYLOR, m the
CtibySarof his age. May he rest in poaoe.
Hia 'uncial will take place at hts resideuos. on
Main atreet, at 11 o'clook Sunday morning. Ths
friends aad a_quaintan.es of the family are le
spectfully invited to nttend, without further notice.
Ib Manchester, on the Mth inst., after a short
but paiauil lines*. Mr. JAMES 11. McGEE, in tbe
Mth year ol i..i age, leaving a wife and eight chil
dren to mourn their irreparable loss.
Bis funeral will take place from the Methodist
Church m Manchester, at 3 o'clock to morrow
(Sunday I evening. 33d iast. Tha friends nnd ac
quaintances are invited to attend without farther
aoliee. _
____ Fredericksburg sad Petersburg papers please
oopy. •
Oa Thursday night, lSth inst.. at his residenpe
in this oity, NATHANIEL MACON MARTIN,
aged M years. *
MARIMB INT-EtULJ&BIfCB.
PORT OF RICHMOND. APRIL ».
High Water thit day [Saturday) 4,'- o'clock.
ARRIVED,
Bteamer Belvidere, Keene, Baltimore, mdze. and
passengers, D. fc W. Currie. __.__._ __-_._
Brig M.T Ellsworth, Curry, Halifax, N 8., fish,
C. T. Wortham fc Co _ ___.____..
Schr. Georse R. Conover, Barrett, Philadelphia,
pig iroß, J. R. Anderson fc Co.
Schr. Rough and Ready. Mason, Eastern Shore,
potatoes. Millspaagti fc Read.
Pchr. St. Cloud, Gwatmey, Smithneld, wheat,
Haxall, Crenshaw fc Co.
Schr. Courier. Woolford. Baltimore, guano,
Schaer, Kohler A Co., and pig iron, J. R. Anderson
fc Co.
Bchr. Two Williams, Smith, James River, lum
ber, Jno. A. Belvin.
SAILED.
Steamship Jamestown, Skinner, N. V., md_e.
and passengers, Ludiam fc Watson
Steamer Psnnsrlv nia. Teal, Philadelphia, mdze.
and passengers. E. P. Btites.
Schr. Wythe,Tuttle, New York, mdze., D. fc W.
Currie.
Schr. Lydia Ann. Weaver, Dighton, coal. New
York and Va. Coal Company.
Schr. Golden Rule. Wilbor. down the river, light.
Schr. Wm. Rhuark, Rhuark, down the river,
light.
Schr. Havre de Grace, Fields, down the river,
light.
Schr. Revenue, Gandy. Philadelphia, via Port
Walthall, coal. W. P. Colquitt fc Co.
Norfolk, April 19—Arrived, schr. Levina S.
Brown. Rogers Richmond.
Hampton Roads, April 19.—Arrived, schr. Sal
lie Mears, Richardson, twelve days from Sombre
ro, guano, for orders.
Valparaiso. March 5— Sl'd, bark Adjuster,
Rickmers, Tquique, to load for Hampton Roads.
Nxw Bedi-ohd, April IS.-Sl'd, brig Ormus, Ba
ker, Wilmington, N. C.
Bai.timomb, April 19.—Cl'd, schr. Carrie, North,
Richmond.
Philadelphia, April 19.—Arr'd, schr. Charles
McNeill. Godfrey, Wilmington, N. C.; North Pa
cific, Marcy, do. Cl'd, schr. Empire State, At
wood, N. C. April 18th—Arr'd, steamship Virginia,
Kelly, from Richmond via Nnrfo'k 28 hours, with
mdze. and passengers lo Thos. Webster, Jr. At 6
o'clock this morning, 5 miles off Cape Henlopen,
fell in with sloop Mary A. Smith, in distress, hav
ing been run into by ship Hippo?rifle, and towed
her to the Breakwater.
New Yobk, April 18—Cleared, schr. D. E.
Wolfe, Russell, Richmond. April 1 . cleared,
.trainer Roanoke, Coinh, Richmond; schr. Galle -
go. Smith, do.; A. E. Glover, Robinson, Wilmin . -
ti.n.N. C.
Livvrpool, April 2 —Cleared, ship Uncle Joe,
Pinkham, City Point,3lst ult. Arrived, ship Black
En.le, City Point.
Boston, April 17.— Arrived, schrs. Oc.an Bird,
Ellis, Norfolk; Km .bt. Gage, Fredericksburg;
.Shannon, Bowen. Washington. N. C.
Rock la r\n April 15— Arrived, schr. Bay State,
Verrill, Norfolk for Bangor.
B"-_n--**> RELIGIOUS NOTICE.-Rev Dr.
_*-__-» B. M. Smith, of the U. F. Seminary, will
sreich in the Second Presbyterian Church (Dr.
Hour's) TO MORROW MORNING and AFTER
"_*_____ ap 21—It*
"THE MAN"
sVOE_a FOR JUDGE OF THE
HUSTINGS COURT.
GEORGE DABNEY WOOTTON.
__p__M_T* * - JUS-JPg.
_T*sir=> EDITORS OF DISPATCH-Ck*
-KJna tlsubn: Please say to your correspond
ent, "Ibi.bx," and to those who may have noticed
his communication in your paper of thii raormne.
that 1 am no candidate for the Judgeship of the
Hum.ii rs Court, but des.re to sea another person
elected, and shall do what I can to secure his elec
tion. Respectfully, N. l\ HOWARD.
Richmond, _wth April. lo_o. ap2l—lt
fSsTPEACHY K. GRATTAN, ESQ.
The overwhelming majority hy which
the City Charter has heen sn amended as to au
thorise ili» _ lee > ion of a JUDGE lor the Hustings
Court, is strong evidence of th* public _e*-«e of
the necessity for the creation of such an office.—
The otiice will lie worth but little t. the dispatch
of put.lie business, unles. a man of decided ability
and character be elected t.» fill it.
The writer does not think a better man can he
elected than Mr. PEACHY R. GRATTAN.
He is a lawyer of fine al.ility. and his stronr
sense of justioe aud right, wttti hts learning and
experience, assure the city that in him it would
h»ve an uptight and enligatened Judge
For more than fifteen years Mr. GRATTAN has
been the patient and laborious reporter of the de
cisions of the Court of Appeals. He is perfectly
familiar with ail the decisions of our hi.hest
Couit. His Strong native good sense would bring
all the learning of that Court to the discharge of
his public dut es.
But there is another respect in which Mr. Grat
tan has no superior. He is honest, without re
proaon— and firm and decided, without fear. He
is universally respected. No man's decisions would
command higher respect for the int llige.nce which
would nuide them, or for the manly integrity by
which the. would lie prompted.
Mr. <irattan is not a popularity-meeker, and yet
i* bslo.-ed and esteemed wherever be is known.—
He is never afraid to do his duty, and will ever
conscientiously perform it. Let the people make
him Judge, and the result will prove the wisdom
of their choice. They want a man who knows the
law, and will fesilesslv administer it.
PEACHY R GRATTAN will answer these pur
poses and Ist him he our Judge. All classes, the
Bar, the business men. the mechanics, have a deep
interest in this matter. Let tbem speak out, and
make Mr. Grattan the Jinl_eof the Hustim.-nCo.irt.
ap2l-lt* A CITIZEN.
__-CS*-_ NATHANIEL P. HOWARD FOR
_K__SHU..TINfiB JUDGE.-Tbe writer hens
to present the name of Mr. N. P. HOWARD as a
suitable person to fill the office of JUDGE OF THE
H USTI NOS COURT, recently created hy the
amended charter of the city. AH the most impor
tant interests of our citizens, iKith as it regards
tbeir liberty and estate, are involved in the proper
selection of the incumbent of this office, aad. in
■ook'ii- over the member* nf the bar, no one can
be found to compare with Mr Howabu in all and
every qualification for the position, combining, as
he does, sound judgment, strict integrity, stern
impartiality, and a knowledge of both civil and
criminal law equaled by few and surpassed by
none.
Mr. How as r> is a modest and retiring gentleman,
not generally known to the masses; but, in an of
fice of this kind, the people will certainly prefer
a man fully qualified for the high trust, to any one,
however mnch he ma* have their personal sym
pathies as a "good fellow.' or understand better
than he the art of electioneering. I therefore pre
sent, with confidence, Mr. Howabd's claims, and
hope the people will consult their interests and
elect him The writer has no personal intimacy
with Mr. Howabu, but is well acquainted with him
aa a practitioner at the bar, where his reputation
is of the highest order. INDEX.
apIO-ta '
K-SSaT LEE CHINA, LKE< HING.-.
•s-S MMB. WOOLHOUnE. Cupper and
Leecher, 132 Main street.over 8. Sutherlan 'i .un
Store, sign of tbs Big Gun.— Mrs. W. haa lor years
attended the ladies of Richmond, and given uni
versal satisfaction.
Mrs. W. will attend those requiring her ser
vices, at all hours, day or night.
N. 8.-LEECHES for sale. Orders from the
country carefully packed. ap 20—tin
■r3B» SPECIAL NOTICE.-Personi going
b_**_-_S» to the Charleston Convention are re
spectfully notified tbat they may aav* t-oa
ble by transporting their BAGGAGE by ADAMS'
EXPRESS COMPANY, whioh osn remain at our
offioe at Charleston until tbeir whereabout* are
ascertained. . J. L.MACDONOUGH.
Agent Adams' Express Company.
Richmond, Va.. April 17. MBA ap 17—UK
fShT TO THl£ P U BLIC. -H a v ing be ardTt
•»-__. rumored that lam not prepared nor in
tbe habit of undertaking tbe minoi parts of my bu
■mess. such as PAVING. LAYING HEARTHS,
RUNNING CULVERTS, ftc. and deeming such
rumors calculated to injurs me. and possilrf* to
Srevent my friends from giving ms such work to
o, 1 take this method of informing the public that
I am aot oaly prepared, but better p-epared for
auoh work now than 1 have ever beea sines I waa
ia tha business. I have in my employ meat twt
competent workmen to attend to that branch ofthe
buitness exclusively. All that I ask is a call. asser
ing my frisnda that any work ia my lies, however
great or small, shall be execute*, pesisptly aad
properly. There is another rumor to tha elect that
bricks are so scarce aaa difficult to obtain, that
building ia retarded, la answer to this I bet leave
to sap that /hay* never failed to contract for work
because of ihe difficulty to get tricks. And if there
is aay one now who desires to build, bat oan not do
ao for want of material, let tbem call oa the uader
sigasd.end I assure then, they shall be aeceauao
dated;, provided, however, that I eeatraet to lay
the bneas. When it was said about ths Ist of Jan
aer* last that there were a. bucks ia town, /had
aa hand 7UO,u«. Believe aot, therefore, ia ru
men-, but when you wish to have work does, call
apoa me. aad see if 1 cannot do it for you.
J_-!___* _OHM D.<_UARl_Ba_
mutual eon-sat.
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«uft*L»r»-{«i , yi
SLAVES' IKE-«ANCE o**M***h to Fir* Year.
Nt low rate*.
Th* best Coa-peaiss ia tbs Uafem reprsseated.
All loasss preniptly afiid laJ-Mhasoad. .
Call aad get a Pamphlet and Circular. giving fall
particulars of Couipaniaa, Rates, to., free of
charge.
RJ_Tbs greatest advantages now o tie rod with re
gard to Life lasurance. bj _ BR , CKhU
Office Pearl st., opposite J. NTOordoa's,
ap 31-«t NexttoE.P. Eaafio..
*__ A Pew Earnest Words eaajfisitjer ef
MOMENT, THOUGHTFULLY UTTERED.—
INSUfia NCE is eertaiuly a very impavtaat ssatter.
Neglected, loss, savers loss, is a.fisu the rssult —
properly attended to, freedom from anxiety and
loss certainly rssult.
Having devoted maev years of my life to the
busiaess, snd being still diligently eagsgsd ib iis
pro. scutum at my office, oa llth street, aearly op
posite Ooddtr's Hall, it cannot be amiss occa
sionally to refer t<> the subject.
Born in Virginia, and resident here ell mi life.
I offer Policies in two Virginia companies, ons of
them some 30 years old; ths othsr not so old. but
equally safe aud strong aa any other similar com
pany in ths State. 1 am also prepared to issus
Pol cies for severs, companies in New York. PBil
adelphia and other cities, nf the very highest stand
ing, and unquestioned strength and integrity—out
of them organised ia the year 17991 aad another
doimi bl'sibbss ( FIREi iron tub mvt.al pbin
ciri.B, of the best standing. .
I desire and deugn to conduct my business trans
actions in a manner 'air and faithful to tbe As
sured as welt aa my Principals, and respectfully
solicit applications ia FIRE, MARINE, aad LIFE
INSURANCE. No reasonable exertion shall be
wanting on my part to give complete satisfaction I
m*_ lata ranee Losses promptly adjusted, and
advice on all points connected wifii tne business
carefully given. THUS. M. ALFRIEND.
ap JO-3t llth St., Richmond.
***_. Surprising Sacrifice ef
ELEGANT DRESS GOODS:
SILKS, fit.
Embracing the
LATEST NOVELTIES.
IN MATERIAL AND DESIUN.
At unprecedented prices, bringing them within the
reach of all. at figures AO per ceat. below tue coat
of importation.
WATKINS & FICKLEN,
WHOLEBALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS.'
1 J!) Maia atreet.
Have now in store, their third supply of
SPLENDID SPKINOGOODB!
Many of winch have been purchased at the auction
sales in New York at a ruinous loss, in
BPLENDID SILKS,
DRESS GOODS
In elegant Satin Striped an-2 Cammeaux
ORGANDIES:
In plain and flounced BKIRTS;
Beautiful CHINTZ MOUSMNE DE CHINE;
SATIN PLaID GRENADINE, all silk;
And IS ROCHE BEREGE ANGLAISE;
RICH LACE AND SILK MANTLES ;
BHAWLB. EMBROIDERIES.
HOUBE FURNISHING GOODS.
LINENS. PRINTS. ',
PLANTATION PLAIDS AND STRIPES,
.At factory prices
Either by wholesale er retail, they are prepared
to oder inducements
HITHSXTO rjtK.UA_r._-.
WATKINS _7 FICKLE!.'B
SECOND OPENING OF SILKS !
We are prepared to exhibit an unrivalled stock
nf SILKS, of the choicest styles, at astonishing
prices.
We would also call attention to our splendid
stock nf FRENCH LACE, DAMASIE, PUSHER
and REAL LACE. SILK and BEREGE MAN
TLES and SHAWLS, some of which ars very ele
gant and entirely new in style.
Our beautiiul TRAVELING BUITB for Ladies,
embracing an elegant variety, are very much in
demand. Our assortment, the extent and elegance
of which an advertisement can give no idea, will
well repay the examination of all classes of Dry
Goods buyers. Hy polite attention, the best roods
at the lowest prices, and liberal terms, we strive to
deserve the patronage of all.
K__.New Hoods constantly receiving.
apl9-_tt* WATKINS * FICKLEN.
_____ KIK-iiin-ti-ru. Ilhruu_atii.iii.~-i
NEURALGIA. NEURALGIA.
RH EUMATISM. RHEUMATISM.
NEURALGIA. NEURALGIA.
RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, _C, __C,
Stiffness of Joints, *<•.
ROCK'S GOOD SAMARITAN.
ROCK'S GOOD SAMARITAN.
ROOK-.GOOD SAMARITAN.
This invaluable remedr, for the cure of the
above complaints, is offered to the publio as a
Sou'hern preparation.
*3_. Certificates received every week.
For rale l.v the following; Dru „*_ ists :
MILLSPAUGH * JOHNSTON.
WM. P. I.ADD. J. W GARLICK.
C. S. DAWSON. VV. PETERSON.
J. W. FRAYSER. -— V. O. SNELLIRGS.
MEADE* BAKER J. H. PEARCE & CO.
APPERSON fc DDFUY.—I.. WAGNER..
B3__ Wholesile orders solicited, and supplied on
the most lilier.-tl terms.
BY. In all ca.es of failure, after a fair trial,
according to directions, the purchase money will
be refunded.
TRY IT — TRY IT-TRY IT.
apl9 -lw
__. Leeches! Leeches : ! Leeches 1! !—I
liavo just received, by Adams' Express, a lot of
trash SWEDISH LEECHES, ths very bent, and
large size, which will 1* applied upon the asset
reasonable terms.
P. S.-CUPPING and LEECHING promp'ly at
tended to I can be found at all hoursof the d_r at
the HAIR DRESSING ROO.a, under the Ameri
can Hotel, (entr\nre on llth street ) and at night
at the corner of Leigh aud loth streets.
apl9- ts R C. HOBSON.
a__Opposition to Monopoly.***_l
REFRIGERATOR.! ____
REEK I liKltnORS!:
__ , . DX . I_ A N X
We have for m.le the Dr. KANE RI.FRIU ER A
.OR. in,, mi ftiirril by E. 8. r arson A. Co., with
the Waterman's PATENT VENTILATOR, call
ed genuine Also, the mtu-h superior
CHALLENUE Dk. KANE,
which is (pronounced) not geuuino.
As we have, a large assortment of both kinds,
we cheerfully invite an examination and coin pari
son of each style. Asweinleud to sell very low,
buyers will find it to their advantage to call before
purchasing elsewhere.
TUE CHALLENGE Db. KANE
This REFRIGERATOR has the VENTILATOR
on the side, with other improvements upon the
original Dr. KANE, wlucb will bs vhown. They
can lw had only of ANGUS A BYERLY',
ap l_-lw 17 Main street, Manet Bridge.
„R-__ Double Refined Steam I and ie. -My
Factory is now complete, and by far the largest es
tablishment of the kind South of Philadelphia,
which enables me to otier to ths trade of
VIRGINIA.
NORTH CAROLINA
and TENNESSEE,
a« also the city grocers, an article of city-made.
Steam-Refined Crushed Smear Candy, warranted
to stand in any climate, much below the Northern
price for an article of like standard.
My stock of Confectionery, Fruits, and Cigars
is unsurpassed as to quality or prices. After look
ing around, live me a call, and then determine
who has ths liest goods, at the lowest prices.
LOUIS J. BOSSIEUX.S Story Building.
mh»-linif No. 80 Main st.
■___. Lyen's Mncnetlc
INB ITCT POWDER
Exterminates BED BUGS. ROACHEB, TICKS.
ANTS. GARDEN INSECTS. Ac. It contain* mt
Poison.
LYONS MAGNETIC PILLS
Areceitain death to RATS and MICE. Sold ev
erywhere, ap 10—dJ.ow.-_
_n__ Me yon naffer after eating, ar from
acidity of the stomach, heartburn, water brash,
wind, burning sensation, or mdifcstioa: Imme
diate relief can lie obtained by using the OX If GE
NATED BITTERS.
Sold by ADIE fc GRAY. PURCELL. LADD fc
CO., W. PETERSON, J. P. DUVAL.aud by all
othsr dealers in medicines. ap 1.-JtWfcS
EMIR A
T FEW DAYS ONLY,
DEAFNESS!
DEAFNESS!
DEAFNESS!
NOISES IN THB HEAD '.
ABU ALL -M-KASBS OP TBB
* , EAR AND THROAT.
Cured ou a New Principle, by
DA. BALING.
AURAL SURGEON.
From among the numerous testimonial* from
tbe moat dutiniuished Physicians, Dr. EALING
submits tbs following:
from Dr. Locock, Physician Extraordinary tothr
'lute* of England-
Db. F.ALt-u-tJcar Sir: I have witnessed, with
great interest, the operation performed ea Lady
Dick, whereia you, hive displayed tha skill of a
talented maa and ths oars and consideration of aa
experienced practitioner. Yours truly,
__ _ .. . _. . —_ H Lo_»CK. ,
From D**. Holm** Steel*. Professor of Obst tries,
tyc, at Oglethorpe Medical College, Savannah.
I r.Or IML
Dr. EaLING baa operated aa both of a-rears.
removing without pain a tuberculous sebat-u.*.
of DEAFNEd. OF
EIGHTEEN YEARS* STAN DING Thedextenty
and skill with which ths operation was performed,
evince the highest Aaatomioal aad Pathological
kaow led*a ol the Doetair. aad proves bias te he aa
*fj "* & <^*_J_, »'"** eraatisal ability.
March ft, MM. Holms* Stbblb, M. D.
From W. L. Wettbury, Esq . Ef. George* Parish,
Colleton District, B. <*.
-£*.**?_*.*T° ***.-* *** * ***** ** eeasalt Dr.
TWO ? BABTT saw hi_a onb two or three times,
sad tbaa I*ft lor boms, and followed tba laatruo
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B_L. Pa Nuked by saAartty of Act of Congress, ia
eiroelatioa is the
wietHet where Br iated*
eaUing tat letters ia this List, will
please say tbey are abtbbtiss-- .
LADIES'LIST.
Atkinson miss Lucy V _f***BM* bus EJ P
Atkinson miss Suaaa A {Tadsoa Bars M A
Allen miss Julia Hudson airs a __
A .kia« wrs J V Jenkins ssrs Fesases M
Aber nether mrs 8 D Jaessoa airs Mary E
Alston airs Cats Joy ssrs Aaaa
Atkiasou mrs X F Jones awe} C __,
Browß miss Niaa Johaeoa suss Harriet M
Brernoa miss Jonee miss Agaea
grows ansa Bettie C Joaes miss A P
Br ma miss Alice A Jamas miss Ellen
tfnrwell mice Lissis A Kelly mrs Joa>a
Bussts anss Louisa Kaaais mrs J
Bishop miss Louisa Karr miss Abba
Bennett miss Emma KiaimiaeCL
Bag bsII miss Abb E Lambert anas Sarah F
Berrrek mrs J A B Lee miss Mas D
Barbour mrs M E Lesley miss Ana
Bis fold mrs Jas Martia mrs Eaaeline
Blußt mrs Asa M M itohell ssrs Harriet
BillupsmriEP Mal lory miss Sarah 8
Bogley mrs Harriet Mallory buss Bettie F
Burch mrs M M Moore iu*ss Nannie E
§vr roughs mrs VPS Molts miss Louisa A
arrows mrs M A Mums miss Lissie F
Brown mrs J McMaaon miss Kste
Carr are Mary 4 MoLaarine miss Beit -
Btiter8 titer mrs 8 E MeCailum mus Jeanet
baanela mm Sarah R Norwall miss Delia
Cla*ton mrs Jane O'Neil miss Kate 2
Cosby mrs E R Oliver miss Elizabeth X
Srutchfieid mrs MH 2 Owens mis Elit'tb
urtis mrs Win Poindexter mrs Elisa J
Cary miss Ellen Phillips aire C H
Childress miss M A Plucard mrs H
Chalk miss VK Psndisioo mrs Mildred 2
Claiborne mien Lacy A Pleasant Grace
Connolly miss Ann Roy all miss Sal lie P S
Campbell miss Robsrsoa Bains Luoy E
Carter miss Maria Ross ssiss H
Duks mrs Sarah Richardson nun M T
Dun ford mrs Luoy Reed mrs Cstti
Dabney mrs Tavinia Reins miss Julia S
Dabney mre Emma Roiey mrs Win
Don let miss Vie D Scott mrs Mary
Enrigbt mrs Honors Sinoot mrs E F
Edgar mrs Elisa Staplss mrs A L
Frankiin mrs Martha R Sampson miss Etta
t inigan mrs Mary Scoit nuss H E
Firtt mrs S J Simons miss M A
Flanagau mrs £ A C - tiiita.miss M F
Faris mrs Ju'ia emitb miss M 8
Farmer mrs E J Smith miss NR
Ferguson miss A A Snsad miss A M
Farney miss May Steele miss Lissie
Fairfax miss Jane Bun miss M M
Falvey miss Hannah Taylor mrs N R
Fisher miesSarah Jane Taiialerre mm S T
Fieher miaa Ellen Taylor mica M R
Forbes miss Ann C Thomas miss M H
Glenn miss V E Thorp miss V A 2
Oardner mrs R Wilson miss Ella I
Govan mrs L A Wstkins in ss M A
Gray mre C A Waller misa Sailie G
Henti C (cord) Warroek raise M
Hilliard Polly Wren miss Fan me 3
Hoge Phebe Wallace miss M P
Harris unss A Wade miss Ellen
Howard miss Kate Whiting mrs i_ A
Hughes miss M C Ware mrs C J
Hay wood mrs M A Wilson mrs Jos
Hexter mrs H Wicks mrs Elisa J
Holdy mrs B Wast mrs Emma F
Hooper mrs L A Weir mre
Howard mrs Sarah HAD miss 2
GENTLEMEN'B LIST.
Adams Thos Finn Jas M Nott Jas
Allen V H Foster Jno A Nelson Jas B
Adams Cpt W 2 French Jas H Newman Ed
Anderson Wm Ferrell J P Ogle HK B
Allen Wm E A Fox Charlie Osborne P C
Albertson Saiu'l Fitz.erald Ed o'Dell Jas
Adams Peter C Fitch Henry 8 O'Dell Wm L
Archer E N French Henly E O'Callighan M
Akers A. Co E Fowler Aaron 2 O'Connor P and
Aiiern C Gates Erasmus John
Adams Cpt Gay Calvin Pettis Robt B
Allen J B Giflin Cbas Priddy Dr W H
AUsey J P D Gandy Cpt Lew Pinkand R <>
Anderson Jno G raves Wm Pat tenon E C
Alls J PD Gordon W R PrsntissChasG
Allen Jno Glasgow W D Parks B A
Brown H Gatewood J F 2 Phillips A L
Bruce AMI Graves Jno Patterson J R A
Burwell A L Gentry J R Co 2
Hauch Chas Gross Jno Pearce Jas
Blackburne C Giddings J T Padgett Jno W
Brower C Gentr* J D Pollard J W
Baughan F Gary H B Plunkett Geo
Bremmor H Goode Geo Pierce Joshua B
Blackburn F GitmoreGeo Pearson Jas 2
Brooke E F Gauley RF 2 Pace John J
Bryant H Geffrey Martin ..uincy Chas
Brown H H Garland BC 2 Quin Win
Booker Jno M Ginord B Reed N B
BentcherJno Green Mr RedheldJH
Bass M A Oilman T J Rose Jno
Brown I J Grant Fred Rogers Cpt J P
Blunt.l L Hamilton.East- Robinson Israsl
BunillJA er A Co KoweJnoT
Booker J R Hill A Myers Richards Jnoß
Butler J Haller A S Rawliags Jas W
Burger Jno Harris Cpt U Rosier J F
Berry J Howell David Robinson GN S
Byron Jno HawesCC Ridin. Geo
BrnwnclUA Howard Geo Rol hi_k.ii Ed W
Biker .IK Holmes OeoF Reams The.. M
Bernard J Hustor Jno Rsltr Timothy
Bohannou J T Hardy J C Ryan Timothy
Baker M Hilly ard Jos 2 RyanTh»s
Broadus M W Haskell Cpt J G Ramsey P
Burke M Homer J M Kay Michael 2
Barter P Hu*_ee W P Raid M B
Bartlett R T Hy land Rev WL Rowland Bros
Bidd'.e R F Hobbs Vol Ryan Philip
Bohannou Dr R Holmes Thos Richardson R P
Bruce RS Hundley T I. 2 Roge A
' Belts R Hanstier.er S J. Rogers Clms
Blackburn S 11 uxhaui Sam'l Scales W L
Brown S 11 Hultinan L F Schlicks X T
. Brown S F Hud .iv Robt Sbenault T
11..0ne T Harper RW. Sieniien Win
Bood.-tr T Henry Pat Hieltou Win
Butler Tims Homer MoCahe Smith Cpt J M
Bowen Rev T J ILulman L W Smith Jtf
i Brooke Tboi V Jones E W 2 Stratford J T
Bolton W H Johnson A W 2 Holster Jno
Barratt W T Johnson 1. 11 Smith Rev II R
Bond ***** Kiunard Jas Stewart Geo H
Baylor W Karr Henry Shell Epps _
Bale* W Kelly VVui R Small Elbrnige
Botildin W Kennedy W F Smith Opt D H
• Blank WS King W J bhauahan D
Barrett W C Kerkley fat 11 Soull Alfred
Bau.limaii W Kuper Fred A 2 ScollAdolph
Burwell W Latiiam Alex'r .nieadCP
Bloomer W 2 Lovell H . mith Chas M
B .ley W T Ly man Benj Swift C M
Bickle V Lynch R W Suttte C T A Co
Bass L l.e.vv ssimon P Sanity Chas
Betts I. Lumkiti H <i Serence Chas
Burk« J D Long Geo ..coltC S
Boarman J C Lumkiu Wm A Shell AN
81-.lt.ck J L«Hise W Snead And J
Cook H I ..ve Win S Selau Mr
Collinns H Lineman Wm Shepard I'olrr
Chelsey H G Long John St raven S
Curd J R Leroux Jules Smith Thos B
Crump J L Lord Jas Shields Wm
Ciew J T Leonard Allen Taylor Joseph H
CuinuiKs J 8 Lowgan J 2 Taylor JS
Canning J Mcdlicolt Jas R Temple Harvey
CoulinJ Marten Jno Turner Geo J
Charlton J R Martin Sam I J Trimmer v W
Cole J J Mahudro Lilias Trice D O
Childress J W Monk Jas A Thomas F W
Craig J W Marks Joseph Tompkins Fred
Carey J A MillerJP Thornton Mr
Crawford J Marr John Tbrogmor on L
Cornick D Matthews JuoT Turner Kich'd
Clay C H MayuesJno Turner R R
Colter C H Meyers 8 M Tucker J W
Cosby B Martien J Joe Vaughn Asher
Carter AGS Martin T C Yolk Mr
Clark P Micheals Dr T S Valentine Chae
Cobb L Moore Thos Valentine E 11 *
Carson R H Mason Rich'd Ver Under J W
Burren R Mayes Robt Volaskay Josh
handler R C Milthnm Robt W.st R M
Clark Wm Monroe Pat Wssdon Rich'd
Crawford W Matthews R Wells Thus
C-alle W C Mayo Rand Wilkinson Thos
CbswWmM Myers Marx Woodwards M
Cochran J 11 Mallory L C Waddell R J
Coatke J E Morrisey L ..'..odward R
Cavanau.h M MorrissO Wight WW
Cuny ham J W Martin Cat B Wood Col W H
Cooper O WS Murphy CT Wilson WmS
Catfer _ J Marston Carpus Watt A Wynne
Brake Lafitt Miller David Willis Am.* E
rury Arthur Mayo Fred Warnsr 11 L
Drswrv Edward Milter G A Wilson Mr
Dittle Ferdin'd Morris Jno A Woodworth A J
Dame Rev G W Mullen Juo Waller B F
Davies O W Maboney Jbo Ward Lewis
Doherty Jno Montague TM W.lkiae D
Dickson j P Myer ACo Wallia E
Dunbar Dr J W M.D-nough Jas Whsat Francis
Dune Thos Jr McMillan Jno Worth FW ft
Davis Henry Moßae C C Watlf r A Ball
Days Paal Nat McKiuney Chas Wsirhack F
_ ennis W F McDonnell X W .dsrmyer A
Dodson Wm F McDonald J C Vogle
Daniel Wm J MeGratn Joha Wesgand G D
Da.wd DaaT McCrour Jaa \S saver Geo
Kuhank Juo LA McLean Wm Walker Jas
Emeus Joseph MoLeodWmS Wiorjoha
Kuhank Joseph MeClaaing Wm Walt Jae
Knroeihty J W MeCorniick Jno Wilkin Jno W
EddißsßJ McNeliy Jas Whitehead Jaa
Emersoa Cpt A MeGitl. Watson Woodeoa J G
Everett David Newell Jaa M Whiten John
Faulconsr J A 3 Nowlao Jas Whyane Jno
Panntleroy S G Napier RH C Yerby Wm H
French Tana Near C W Yoaag E 8
tarns ls.
President of tke Commercial lasutete.
ap3t-It THOS B. BIi'GER.P M.
r\LD SUMMEROEEN RYE WHISEEY.
V/Old BenuardßSrs
Old Richardson's RYE WHISKEY.
Old Aimer's RYE WHIKKKY.
Old Bhenaaa'e RYE WHISKEY.
Old Mountain Assr RYE WHISKEY.
_ Old G.Uaoss RYE WHIBKKY.
The above Whiskey v warranted pare.aad rang
ing float two to leu years old.
For sale, at retail, by
J. ..ROBERTSON.
apM-ll Corner Fraahliß and Governor ate.
w-s_.i^\-_!«^/»*a*j;
control of one of tbe hast Steam Cirealar Saw Mills
ia the Slate.htoaled ia engiaal wane oak forest,
immediately epos aarig-tioa. will eoatraat to far
sisk ia gewi aider, aad aaa reasoaabe tsriai.
Wkiu Oak Timber of superior eaalitr, aaad ib ear
buitdiag. B-mßae aarsosss. s«nf elUrai impie
meats, caaal boats. *S_f_U**h [_*__*_?*f_{*J_?_t* *■
«*
Eareeaae is warranted net te smoke at ssaell £as.
siaeaidpiabnVnias. It atwesaei-h saa htUUasi
_^_?^ M ___•!__._____?_ _»■» •*
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MKCMANICsV IM»TI»tT~i7-~---^
The ladies of GRACE CHI'S, v .
___\_ m _____a r **v^^A\>
, -..".V.
edavsristyai * ***•**»• »iUW_*5
c«^-^F__s^.'..j__.«.o._,*
breidsrsd.isvu.s vera 'issdanats. _._. * **i t_
sise; a quantity ..f
representingcsUcatchiag Uira_a_A«* __** «__
boa of da- and aicht viiws of ___________ «*k-a.
*0.. togsiaer with all hiadiof RKfißK l>'*\
Sjaf__ £_____! °" •°<'b oc< a*,.,M k ? Hsi f ksfi
will be presented to tke visitor. .... .. ""'wi,,.
with the rales of tbs fi_.r.' " tori on •*___?»
a •__ ny ma-l-c 1 -
s«^«B_m_fe«*
"Ths Proprietor .reesestfii^t-io^'''"
Afi..J«anV^ P ttr- .
occasion. " """iHed for t_,
ADMISSION.-Gentleman and two t ..
Gentleman atone fl. RE. «l_i __*___: li
cludad. * c?S PLrft.fiß *
ap 21-St ' ''H'AN TS,
_--_ ~ J__«»rii_„
wwr amd btrayed ~
Js^__l_-___^
Bonds and Bills, wade not ,V t-fSjJjN
Mathews. The Fader will be libera.™"' K,; 'i
on leaving it at the offioe of this »«_. '***•«*<.
stors of the undersigned ****' °* «ta
1 ***~*** _J_-___ IX MATHEW.
l.°_ IT -r lB ******* ***** * ckrtificSb-
■y th*. Savings institute of Richinogi 'if _■ ■
dated Novsmber 2oth. law, fc7t_J_____7___M
steeding in ths name of -f_aaTJt__£**4
persons are oauti. nsd against tradiii ___ ""
csiving said CsrtiucaU. paysisnt o._-_!_. _|
beea stopped. s» w _r»Ji n *
>!▼« DOLLARS R r W A a a!"
i-S_» Strayed from ma farm, un W_tha» ■ ""
**S*t\. _ _Urk trown P. LLEY. aa_«t__ *"**•
old. with a white spot in tha forehead ____ ,Hf *
few wh te hairs el-out ths dank N_V *$_***
pondition.of loag fiinre. and not will -■* * _
her age. The above reward will i_, JSdSf*" '"'
who will deliver ber to the esnrssey m s» SS *
ap»-Sf ___"_.LLV. W.h"Vam.
ESTKAY Elc_,ic._B tf nrr-_~r
*______ *\ M vt% v : d * 1 ■ , « h h* d ' r «Wi,.s:i
V_H ML I.E. 1 rears old thu i_ri_ v
___"!_ ...as. hishsr ti.an ths ?,,£, ?,*"
I wil pay a siiita_ls™w_J_ r
his delivery to me on the south side *___*** v "
J**__*L\ " -John lTi-aton
ESTKAY MCLES.-t'ims".-' ~
Stable, on Mond*. last, tw.? _tll wl."
V"*J| *«"ob tbe owusr will ooise %od T*\
_]__*** BU»sL.BStwss» E Mal , ._B^
__. Zf*K «M>LLARa R__W___Bu
*_____ __.'__-J ro,n my ,uW *' on th « •■*'■*{
***m the 30th or morning ot the 31st Msr .
dL-at 11 ' 11 ' seers. MaLEM _ I.E. h"v „ w,.'
.a _ _t ,p f"_. n *_. ••«•• rneon •-*h £aU_
and down tbs back, also a aear «m oue hind f._
and marks of.gsar on bim. Ths above reward».
be paid if be is delivered to ms. m-n.-„ r _*_____
James, in Petersburg.)or any iu.oriiiatioa.s__Z
I cms get him. >•"»_
aplt-U Mrs. M. G. BAIKSDAI.K.
RUNAWAYS.
TWENTY DOLLAR!! REU'.tßl*.
Of" ill be paid for the apprelirtnaian ami dim
f_\erynf my negro man TOM. who rsnivn
ytYB onthslKib inst. He n about _ |«_ *,„,
,mB .inches in height, tolerably stout and we
made, black complexion, good cuutenaooe, tien
small and dsfeotive. head ver. small. Helm .
wifs in Richrtiond, and was purchased from Dr
Kbulcon, of Barn oounty. Hs bss with hina
pass signed by U.K. Perkim, for silos _* bin
to go to his wife's, at Mr Jas. .M-n-t't, oornar *t
Marshall and td streets, during thii month
J. B YOlNii.
ap»l-d*rcwti West brook, near Richmond.
IS S*a KE W ARD.-Ran aUS] from niy n
fla tidence. in Powhatan count., on T_ur,ij»,
ths 19th inst.. a COLORED lie.
JB nsmsd HENRY, slsttit ei«i<tsen lean md.
T_f i Said boy is very hlack, has thick lipsasd
grnm look. Hs is probably lurking .In mt t_a\
iiioud. as he formerly worked at .Mr. i.riiii'. fn
besSS Factory. 1 w.ll pay the als.ve reward for
bis delivery in Cary Stteet J.-til.urany place*.
that 1 can gel. bun.
_ap3l-._* Q. BENJAMIN HANCDCI
\m »10 Rt.IV ARD.-Left 'home mm* V
%_W teen days or nee, s colored HOY.sin mt liysari
■ .of age. He has a star on bis lolt ehesk. la
JB iH.th deaf and dumt., and prtttr well ami.
>U_L>f<>r Ins ire. Tbe aho-e rewaw* wiß%«wa
Tor his delivery to W t'ARKEN3ON,
a. ..'• *>V. bns.u a,
ap_»-St* 10th it . between Main anil Cary,
f->. THE OFFICE.
*$____t___ TURTLE SOUP, THI3 D»Y.
AT 11 O'CLOCK.
** ap nil'
<X ._. I* O. O. F. — The memtari M
•V. * FRIEND-HIP LODtiE. Ho. IU, ..«
_r*\ O. P.. wi'l meetatthsir Hall st law.
/ X on HI NO/ Y. the 33d, to pay trie iast
/ \ trihute of reSMSt to our dccc _*i! Hm.
Ja _a H. M. ijs_ Tub Brothers oi inter L.kl(ci
are .enpcctfuily invited to attend.
ap 21-:t* T.COOK. SeoV
__%__ ~ FOR SALK-A pair of excellent CAI
*________<• RIAOE HORSES.Sand 7 »can old. ...
M. 11. HICK. . Riekmoud P 0.
ap 31-St*
!__» MLSIt FOR TEA!RRtI
i|_?| AND HKMINARIEi
<__• Recently PuMnheal-Forsale t>r
WEST * JOHNSTON.
Booksellers, Stationers and Vim. l>eal«r».
US __v . .ive'..
ABSENCE ET RETOIR.2 Roauusesa 3c.
AMELIA WALT..F-. -tv.
BEAUTIES OF [L TROwATORK. M-.
REALTIES OF THE HtUUKNOTS. UK.
BLUE BELLS OF SCOTLAND 26..
BRITISH OKENADIEH.' MARCH. St-..
CHEER. BuYS CHEER- Vsr. 40..
CDM' E OENTIL. 300.
CORO Dl /.I.MiARA.- (TrsviaU ) Be.
DON liIOVANM. (Beauties.) 2 Noi-eietac.
BJJROPA—GaIosde Concert. Mm.
EVER OF THEE. 3U_.
FAIRY'S PRI.AM- Roman >c. 3*-.
FI.uT MELODI.I'K WALTZ. JOc.
FRENCH MEDLEY. 50c.
tiA.UP DE BRAVURA. 300.
liI.NTLE NETTIE MOORE. Var We.
HAH. COLI'MBIA Transcription. _»..
HOME M EMOK I ES- Medley, tec.
HOME. SWEET HOME-Tran.e*iplr_i. "A:
L' ANDALOUSE—Gread Vatis Hri-issts. a«
L' EI.Ei.aNCE-l'olkaMeiodieuss. _.-.
LA FI'ITE-Oalop Hnll.aiite. _J.
LA RIKUSE POLKA, iv.
LA TRAVIATA. selection, 2 number* fit.
SOo.
LA TRAVIATA. BRILLIANT FANTASIA
*e
MESSENGER OF JOY OALOP. 26c.
OFT IN THE STILLY NIUHT.var. 36.
PETITE FANTASIA, from Barber ol Be*t_*
-0c
PICCIOI, A; or, Chant of the Captive. %c.
PRAYER FROM MOSES IN fcIiYPT a*
RATAPLAN, RATAPLAN, FlLLfc Dl *X"
IMENT. awe
SADIE YACHT CLUB BCHOTTISOH *>•
SCOTS WHA HAE, Transcnstion. '•»■
SEARCH THROUGH THE WIwK WOIU.
Filledu Regiment. -Ue.
SELECTIONS FROM MARTHA. *.•■
SILVER SPHIN. . *tc.
SONli OF 01 R NATIVE LAND. »*■
STAR SPANGLED BANNER, Trs-icr.it"""
Mc
STORY OF THE HEART. JSc
ST. PATRICK'S DAY. Transcript on. ».
___••'HIDE, Koiiisiice. 3i«.
TWO FANTASIES MIGNONNES * Belisar:« ■
%W HYMN. Trsnsenption. SOe.
VEPRES**l'*lLlKNNES.3uaiatieri,»U *o
No. 1. Va'as d Hi vsr.
No. _ Polaa Atasurka.
No. 3. iialop Brilliant
WARbLIN'iS Af EVE »J.
YANKEE DOODLE, Transcription 3*
Als... jast publistied. new aad Uvortts • *■*
DueiUa:
DEAR NATIVE LAND 2So.
HOLY FATHER, ace. ,„,,„ J
HOW SWEET T HEBE LLS DO CH' MK **
I MUST DKPART FROM TH-K W
I PEsCAiOKIiTHE FISHKKMAVi twc.
IN THE STARi.iUHT. **».
IRISH EMIGRANTS, li.:. „.... __
LET US OATHKR BRHiHI Kl.OWlfc ■«**■**
LIGHT IjTtllE EAST IS HLOJ Wl*«i. *
LOST. PROSCRIBED A FRihNDI.ESS I'll
GRIM. -Ue.
MERRY BELL. 100. , /k _. ~.
oswallow. Happy swallow,
OVER TRR WAVES wk vw&.JF m*
fIiES I.AIMHIN.. AT M. bO«.«« >w "*
■XrER ELVES. IT IS THK Hot R **-
■PEED MYJIAI.K. 3»o.
IfflfiloWllfoft-J. HEX TUNKKIT U»|
MERRY GIPRKVB ARE WK. *c.
fwoN'IOHtINOALRS *)c _.____. -,
TUSCAN GIRLS CHOWNI.v. THLSKA. ft
WHERE THE RIPPLIN- sraKAM*.'*'"
FLOW. Me.
N. 8.-Taaehers supplied oa the bsjtisjjj
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BCHKDULK.-On aad alter WK *_*__**£**
April Mth. ISJW. IBs Traius oa th.s tot* *
, "WIL AND f A*e»«> i ». T _f-lJ'wi. et'
Lsaw* ftrehmoad. daair _ S»aday gr_
A. 18., lor JaaetMf, n&r_e«Ue.»
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