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._ Va April *JW.-Tka Directors
T_v*t»»*' _!', Bank, so lon* at a dead lock
_. lie l*» rn, t.. » FrUldeatof t .Bl laiUtutlon,
to****** •_*_•
I'olllHSl, *!-.
_.._ Aunt _l>.--Kviden_e Is to bs
f****__*S***** *******_ \***** i *****_ m
sateaw testimony which
***____*: Walker
2u.th* -'***_, f,. r „, Hiavk. The members
***** . r _??s-taiT perfectly. Wtlli«« X that
f*• 2__l_&Sta tKes to whom he re-
opinion. Ik-fit »««irs in
_**** '".'vwuh Spain provides for the a._
V ,r _s and* ******** of l*udiß«clala-s.
, ' in __-
rengrrssleiißl
_ mh April *i.-Mens*.-PHvlta
*._.*'»'••_•»• • coasidered.
. ■■*'»'" 1,1 -iiieof Koreißa AtTairs was In
lV__fSS « • n< - ulr " * nu _ i ,h *
aysct**. c *. m ,i_mc tbe mis*ion to _aardinia
Jmiswaey ***

Suicide.
_ Ai.nl 19.-Chas. Stone, a prominent
***** Mi momh, N* IL. and member of the
*"••'- li,Vnire legislature, committed aut*
%m***____
Rsrtfcera Markets.
- ss April 30.—Stocks active and varia
P_w______g_M_J.. Cotton unchanged. Flour
!**''' I 4__hera A* ***** *• _E___»_L ¥ _£_»~ , ¥
". fi'iii-ii..xed7Bc ; white 7«-7*..; yel
Td C<, |..„k"finn-mees 81718*818 IS; prune
•• _*'»._- Whiskai firm at _I._. Sugar sd
';':J",Ti. ;!< th* lowest |.nee ofthe week. Tur
"*:?/$,,:, R, _:n staMldy at 41.62S- RICS dull
d__ 'Jtfa t* North Carolina 6*i in New York,
•'"''?_:.__*Arri: 21'-Flour steady at $6 12.
- ~__rhr:- 81&«»1"3; red 8145 a 1.80
--***** - warte riaW ; istleW 73a.5c Pfotm
'', t ;' ;, -Mm* fork .17.57; prime $15. Bacon
_j«u t* jl,^B_HS_i
—""new books.
,__*____ l MAOAZINEPOR MAY.
}| 4BF i*lD*'Y'S LADY'S BOOK FOR MAY.
• ktT _»TI^H S S K VA«;A/!NK FOt MAY.
.4-* V__t_ LEDGER; • E.I IE snd HAR
.'•. W.KK! V; NEW YORK WEKK_V;
JSILY JO__Ua__.aadall the papers for this
.. »• resent at '•• *** Hairn ~
•JJa-V ' Main it . near the r.*st-Oflsoe._
-.„« READY
£ iiSTORY OF FRANCE By Parke God
< i.lit"^^a^\a
*/«___*- the I'ssful Arts.-A book for old
.____._. B, J..tin fimbs. F. S. A. .5c
I \k ER-.jPreichere .nil[People of tke Mis
! ____. By Wm. H. Miibnra. 8125.
f R?Mir!vK KP I.COI'ACY. By **.. M. Henkle.
r*\ .TMTIONS OF THE MIND Indoctivs
-1,. Ijissli.-tl. By Rev. James McCssh, LL.
lut ANO PERCY'S KEY to the Old and New
" T***ss_est,Ac. •!*_ „ _ , ,
isCTt'IE. .in tbe Farewell Di-oourea of Jesus.
" .. •(.. Iste Key. J.Mii B. Patterson, M. A.—
_?!•___ ICAL MEDITATIONS. Br the late
I'm r Viset, D S.. translated from the E'rench
~'pmf Edward Maasoa. •§. „..
nr.BI.NGLI.REK_ OF JESUS, an Evidence for
.-.niti-r!) B> Dr.C. Cllinau. .*l5O.
6n*t.lESS' r KRMONS. with a correct likeness.
Mfft-R-taa immense sale for this book.) By
li _us!h Bvaas. .?i 25.
V;i* ; k AlLTlOff iBJSSBSIsiBIs Sold—lllnstra
|if AM) BEAL. By the author of the "Wide,
WtdsWorM.** 2 vi.ls.. 12mo. 82.
»-itn innny other new and mtsresting
''uj, ciu.na <m ourrounter.
a GEORGE L. BIDGOOD.
_*io. 161 Main street.
o_. _.«>r lielow Messrs. Rent. Paine A Co.
> B-•■'._. I. would respectfully call attention
BlNse-tsal stock of BLANK BOOKS, viz:
Emms.learaale, Ba* Books. Cash Books. Copy
_, ..--a.*. Pam -nJ Memorandum Hook*—besides
ssmerou. stksn
!_., Writing. Foolscap and Note PAPERS, of
♦•ar. ane nnd .u.ility.
.tw. i_ii '.old PENS, in almost endless variety.
.. _ Monnties. Purses. Pocket-Books, Bank
■■'CMS.-, prices.
I.i, inkat.tiiia. Sand Boxes, Wafers, Sealing
W*.i, vlu".'._ke. Ac.
■ indeed, evervthm . for the conn ting house, at
at *_§ No. ICI MAIN STR EET.
BERVANTS FOR HIRE.
PIR HIRE.-A very superior NURSE and
HOUSE SERVANT, with one small child, and
Mci-kiined to living in the city. A»uly to
l>_Mi 1 B. WALKE. Main st.
C.R HIKE-.A MONTHLY NURSE.-Apply
i attinioifiee. ep2o—St*
OtAUB MA-UTrOR HlßE—Forhire _ for
i -Mb-t-seeof the year, a FIELD HAND, just
iron lue c.uotr., aid highly recommended.
s,l)'.s H. CAUTHORN.
PIR HIRE -A likely BOY. about 16 years of
hit. mit-ihle for i dining-room Servant Ap
..... A.J.SiNti I.ETON, at Watkinsfc Ficklen's,
■ .Yam street. ap 19- St*
Dlßim _UHIM AND GENERAL HOCSE
HKITANT FOR HIRE.-For hire, for the
■haa ..f the ourrent year a valuable f-ervant
•«AN- Hen funniiar with the duties pertaining
to the In i;_ ramai and ana other work required of
i H"_w _ervant. and has marketed and purchased
nnf.llr tbe stores for his master's family. He ie
"•-ti.,he.linv, intelligent and trustworthy. For
lur-iier a*.p|y to
-DWARD D EACHO,
'tli-S'. Nesr E-chatigc Hotel.
BERVANTa FOR SALE.
FOR SALE—To remain in this city, a Woman
_wt_ two iiiutiren. one about two years, the <
aiuer.'inut 2 mouths old. The Woman is highly re-
Maauded as a good CO.X and very superior
*.'-HER mid ifONER. Sold for no fault. A
-ma may be had by immediate application to
COCKE A CLO-K.
Insurance and General Agents.
"". 'on llth street. Exchange Hotel Building.
_ " .-.f
ll»» a _____.—a hrst-rate pEAAt-TREafc. and
J HOUSE SERVANT, and of good character.—
m fmi apply to the Clerk of Columbian Hotel.
1» 13-31'
ri>Mtrt lIONKRIES AT RED D t: XII
_ •'RlCES.—Receiving this day per steamer,
'" ..>.. monds.Cream Nuts, Pecnn and VVal
'«_rwu boxes Raisin.; M ihs.s Preserwd tiin
"'■». lioxes Oraimes and Lemons; 100 drums
N I'.f a: 10 casks Cv rran U; 100 j ars Prunes; 10 000
• rnaek Candies. lam also making daily, Don -
llt-ed Caadiea, unequalled anywhere,at re
* Minces. A. ANTONI,
_K. Nicholas Saloon, op. Kent. Paine A Co.
U-ltl IM A ORANGE-_.-Just received 200
i Wxes iweet Messina Oranges, for sale by
JUAN IMX-.tNl.No. 12. Main at.
pft-_.ll TOn lTOfcs.-16 deasa cans frees
1 iuaitoes, iust i»ceived and tor sale by
ICAS PIZZINI. Wjt__M NtiiL!i__
S*»*ET HA VAN A ORANOEa.-2.ooo"sweet
Having Oranres, just reosivad aad for sals by
JUAN PI/ZINI. No. 128 Main st.
V'MV I AhIIRI RE PANTS.--280 pairs,
'•""ttrle. nice pitiern, latest cut, and for sals
"*lor cuh, at lit Mam street. ___ „.__
WM. IRA SMITH^
P*. TV « ASSIMEKE PANTS.---C 0 pairs of
f »t_> .'.iiiuiere.Pants, embracing the most
**t*m it?:«• of the season, at
. KEEN.. ALPWIN A WILLIAMB'_
S' ; **t*iOßSi AND POt EET CIITLERY.
--.■,-,' MKc| ssor». in leather aasss and separate.
__m*t v.tu _, fi M M |«ction of Pocket Cutlery, at
?____»Mt THOS. A. BULKLEV.
P K EVH"t HiNA TEA SETS.-A beautjfnl !
**•!,' *. tJr f f choics patterns of Fanpy China Tea
of THOS. A. BULELE^
P**Ta_J ice PIT! HERB.-A nsw lot of
- V '*r-Piated Ice Pitchers. Just opened st
-. BLLKLET'S. DffMainst^
P*r*TE__J «|f_ CMACKft. Plated Asparagus
l »»H. Hsied (iobleu sad Mugs, to I*.had of
iV - - TBOB. A. tIJLKLEY.
MTURA--.I- ijBMBNT-
DAVENPORT.
y^ M^to '?:^r_ J .'gAVENPORT..
M®__i*,* Bl '*«-l*» bbls. N. O. Mo asses inators
**-_rials by WM. WALLACE SONS.
S^ ?^^3!Ws^!_t,
*ll!_j_: :: ioo" bblii and kegs prune No
■*»'-. tor sale by
_"' A *__ H * MINER. Mth street.
•.(HK) _-__*-M_* IKbU HAM a - best
v brands-for sale by
?i£- — *' teU - B. DAVENPORT.
**n l rf.r h Jt-itJ' °* SBMW ****** **** '*'
WM. WALLACE SONS *
C____? ****** •**-*Sagar-eoredlkaiiS
■**». m stors. for sals by
_*~i JrVOMBLEE CLAIBORNE.
r^sftHppi_ji___-a_Sfl.
_le._ *'-* **• *• DAVKEPoRTT
**' **' m*lt Strswusrnss. saitaWe for table
(>iu_. ___=_ - -***•**** Eaakaaiw Baak.
a B.IA.'J? _»• ****** to * ***•
. A. BODEKKR A Dree fists.
HalS"- - Ho.» Maia st.
w »«u.fo f baksra'ijse .tor sale by .
****** v s__ Wallace son*.
*'Mr?L^*'" i . i
-aasrvasto.-Hj-y, JpeiTlor sale lw,
WALLACE S-Wi.
S^___|^^_i?
l _* **» •? ->•*> ws-.».
"" D * ,r »w »&,**«pre, for sals br
i_____sbT-*__—- r4 '- *°" yrww *
wiii-r-^^^^ KY •» C°
."^--«V«K__f r
+-ni£ _{_*_*_:
- - — . ____a____aamas_m
aa Orange Nectar. Orneat and Skeraet
S_T__*PB.-We now serve tassa aaaH.delioioua
Syrups at ocr Soda Fo«atsia_As they are very
oirelVltv preparedTroa_4e beea* uait. the* can
■^^^_____r
apU -lw \alcutiße , ioldsUßd
___.%. I* EL P.-»r. OtarUek-AMPStr i
«..%..._ used to some c ileal your '.'SEMPLE'S
AXING POWDER." i unuc-ii iun„,y pronouaoe
it to be superior to an. tiling that has beea used in
my family for the purposes for wtiich it is reoom
mended. „ Rev. Thomas Hi moss
Marl Hill, Heanoo county, lull Oct., ltae.
Ik* ■• 9• ___****~**,*f* «arlick-_»ear
Sir n have for some monti.s used in mr family
Scruple's justly celebrated BAKING POWDERS,
and take pleasurs in ree. mmesding them to all
flaaiilies aa the very beet article I have aver tried
for making, lieht. sweet, apongy bread. There is
an escais for had bread when Setupte's Powders
are need. Respectfully, _.•■ .
J. RICIURD LaWBLLKB
Petersburg.Va, July Smb. 55, *******-*'**
ladiaa Panacea
PANACEA
CURES M,NNOCK 'B INDIAN PANACEA
CUREB
CURES
RHEUMATISM AND NEURALGIA. CtREB
RHEI MATISM AND NEURALGIA.
RHEUMATISM ANDNEURALGIA.
RHEUMATISM AND NEURALGIA.
Sold by all Druggists.
Sold by all Dmjgists.
apl7-«t Sold by all Drugs iiU.
_____ New York Life Insurance Company.
MUTUAL SYSTEM.
CAPITAL — 81,*»0U0.
Annaal premiums for Insurance ONE THOU
SAND DOLLARS fur whole term of life, with and
without Dividends.
T-BLBOP batbs.
Annual Premium with- Annual Premium with
out Dividend. Dividend.
Art. Amount. Age. Amount.
it.. 5.212 it sisa
ls 12tS IS 18.1
»« -* 1284 X 1690
17 1530 17 1660
18 1344 M 1690
* 1380 19 17.-0
» 14 16 20 1770
21™ 1464 21 1820
22 _______ 1500 22 ISJJU
» 15.48 23 _. 19 M
24 15.96 24 i 19.80
» 16.44 26 SO 40
20 17.04 26 2110
27 : 17 52 27 21.70
£_ _—. J*l2 28 2240
» 1872 29 23.10
30 1--20 30 23.1J0
81 1968 31 2t_o
32 20 23 32 25110
33 ai.*. S| 25 70
34 21.48 34 -W. 40
3» 2230 35 S7 60
36 5»92 36 28.10
37 2564 37 2911)
3S 2148 33 :. 3060
39 2632 39 31111
40 5628 40 „ 3200
41 2712 41 33 10
42 27 M 42 34.00
43 28S0 43 3510
44 ... 2976 41 36.30
45 »72 46 37 SO
46 3lStt 4* 3870
47 S3 00 47 4010
48 3144 48 41.70
49 3588 49 4190
60 37 68 60 46 00
5t .1960 61 4/50
62 41 64 62 49 00
61 43.80 __ 52.40
54 4608 64 5490
56 48 00 66 67 80
WORTHAM _ WYATT. Agents.
__________ ■__ 190 Main street.
Medical Eraminers.—Drt. R. T. Coleman and
Jas. H. i'onwa v. ap 17—Ot
■__. Baths, Rnths. Kaths.
HOT. COLD AND SHOWER BATHB.
can he had daily, from 6 o'clock A. M.. until 10 P.
M_, at the American Hair Cutting. Shavme.Sham
poomg and Bathing Saloon, under the American
Hotel, entrance on llth street. Single Bath 26 cts.;
or live tickets for SI.
WANTS.
WANTED-A Pood COACH BI.AOKBMITH,
** to go to tbe country. A permanent situation
wnl be given to a good, steady hand. Application
must be in-ide nrevious to Monday night next, to
JAS. D. POINTER, at Wm. F. Mitchell's Saddle
and Harness Factor.. Franklin St., between 16tt.
and 16th streets. sp 21 It*
WANTED-TO BELL~BIO.OOO.-The sulncnb
__ ers wish to dispose of 100 shares of STUCK
OF BANK OF COMMONWEALTH, lower than
the market rates. Early application to
apSI -3t ANDREW J. FORD.
WANTED-MINERS-JORDAN. WINN *
CO. wish to employ 3 or 4 good MINERS, to
work at their ore banks. np 21— St
WA __nr_M_o MERCHANTS—TIM adver
tiser wants a BOOK-KEEPER'S place in a
commercial house or manufactory. Any merchant
having a vacancy to fill, can obtain bis services at
*B* per annum. Satisfactory evidence that be
understands his business and attends toil will be
given of course. Box Ml, Post- Office. lap3o-3t*
lITAKT-fD-STORE—On Maia street, rial ween
r * 12th and 14th sts. A iiberil rout will be eiven
for a _ood ligation. Inquire at Dispatch office.
Possession wanted as soon as possible
ap2o-ts
W-SSii-- Eight toten BOYS- white or coior
ed-to work in ; brick yard. Liberal wages
will be pud, and rood treatment guaranteed. Ap
ply to GEO. A. RE A, Powhatan Farm
apl»-3t* Rocketts.
YirANTED.—I wish to purchase a good COOK.
* * For moh lam willin. to pay a good price.
si> 19-ts A. ANTONI, St. Nicholas Hsloob.
WA_T_D>-One or more ROOMS, or a small
HOUSE, near (but North oil the County
Court-House. In .uire at this office. ap 19—St*
WANTED— By a gentleman and his wife.
HOARD in a private fnnula, with a pleasant
room and in a pleasant locality. Address "E. A.
H.," immediately. Bo* 871. P. O. ap 19-ts
WANTED— Ten good CARPENTERS, to work
on the bridse on the Pamnnkey. at the White
House, on the Richmond and York River Rail
road, for which good wages will be paid Apply to
the at the United States Hotel, be
twear. the hours of 7 and 9 P. M ~ every evening
until 21st. JOHN R. MOORE, Foreman,
ap 17-61* For Daniel F. Ward, Contractor.
WANTED-TO HIRE-A good C 6 O X ,
WASHER and IRONER. for the balance
of th. year, or by the month. Apply at residence
corner Ist and Cart streets, or to
EDW'D E. DUDLEY. 19th st..
ap 17—ts Between Main and franklin.
WA* T-__a--NH.___.-l waul io purcu.... _
NEGRO MAN. who hashed experience in
taking care of and driving horses, and also in gar
dening. A m#i of middle age would not tie ob
jected to. He must l>e sober and honest. Such an
one would find a very comfortable borne. Address
Bex 36. Staunton. Va. ap 13—121*
WANTED -A good OPERATOR on Wheeler
A Wilson's Sewing Machine,
ap 10--U CHILES A CHBNERY.
WANTED- For the balance of the year, a good
WAGONER; an experienced ENGINE
RUNNER, and Unable NEGROES, at the Car
bon Hill Mines. Appl* to Mr. K.i.i, at Coke
Yard, eoraer Mth aad Cary sts.
apS-U JNO. J. WERTH. Agent.
WANTKD— Gentlemen to bear in mind tbat
KING'S is the place tv get their LIGHT CAB
SIMERKK scoured and pressed, to look like new..
Go to KING'S aad see his work.
_ j__ ______ 10th St.. between Main and Cary.
WANTED-IMMEdTaTELyT-SO first-rate
MANTILLA MAKERS. None but good
hands seed apply.
GINTER. ALVEY * ARENTS.
apS— ta Corner.of Main and ISth streets.
WANTED.— I wish to purchase a pair of extra
large,well-broke MULES.
mkSB-iu JOHN J^WERTH.^MtenL
WANTED.-I wish to hire for the Whi's Sol
phur Springs Company aboat 100 DINING
ROOM aad CABIN SERVANTS, for tbe ensuing
Springsseasoß. THOS J. BAGBY,
Geaaral Agent, i Wall street,
mhSl-lm Under St. Charles Hotel.
W\_J&V** °*_K»r*tt. M
71 Main st.
UfANTED— Everybody to know tkat I have
Weommsnoed the manufacture of TRUNKB
CARPET-BAGS. andV ALICES at No. 64. Mail
street, Richmond, where they eaa find a beautifu
assortment of Trunks, Valises, aad Carpet-Bate
of every sty Is. at prises aa low as the? can Ix
bought in tke Northern cities, both at wholesalr
aad retail. Trunks repsired 'aad Covers made v
order, at the shortest noftoe. ~„„_ _,___.-____,
de Sft~6m JAMEB KNOTTB.
IH - ■?4_*?? , ! r^l
DO AKDI N«.*-MRS. N ESBITT, ob the ooraai
D of Cary aad Poaskee streets, kas a couple of
raeant naoms, and oan aoaommodete a gentleman
anal his wife aud several single gsntinmen, with
BOARD and LODGING. TermsßusJsrate.
ap 14-7t* .__ I ' .
BOARI* ORRENT.-Tw*n_ost DPBLRABLF
ROOMS ob llth strset, in esse of the main
building oa sornsr of Broad stress, apposite the
Powhatan House. They will be rented In singls.
or to a married asntleman.. without e_-klr_n. wko
oould be aooommodatsd with.board in tke family
Applyattke residesoa, ■reed Bad llth strsets.
J__fc.Br-I« .
pA*mm¥»%*v •* Aotont uj^
EJMW C_^Tlilw£l«W^va^ | ssara,ai^
te.3_£s^
u-kareJi keviaa been ssaasfac-ored be oersetvss oi
HMvery beet matariale. aad iathe latest aad meat
Oekioaa'-t styles, ws esa. for eaality. fit _%md
sad esslitles. smiuMs 1 _** .1 • :* r i
eU. Aba. a large stock ot OBNT'B PURNIBIJMO
gß%7jSSS_*SS_Si^ :iE '
W*W*-*®%-®ssa%
*]___ J_____-__!_-T--[ I
___B^_mm^__^_*m^_^___i' •■ ■ •
-*****~-*W^^^
4^-^
The next eteamer will be tke 'ViRtMNIA ••
freight or paasa.s. apply taa ********* **** ***
E. Capt. Gbob _ b W (Wa
_________ __________ ,0 _» *»d return by eith-
********
Passass to Norfolk same as by tke river boats.
™>« .nth.
EmS-t" "*** "* *•«•••*•«■ «• ••«• *••' thair goods
___»___!_ LUDLAM t WATSON.
fc WW*
a **" B **l-OLK. PETER. B_RGA_n_irH
wY__?TH_-__?!_-Awi____
wiih l Hr. MOL TH AND WEMT — PRIIM vn a
OP LONG WHARF™ B§T^N b £the F d-4h.. E ?« D
arise steamship CITY OP NEW YORK will form
a line between Boston. Jo. folk. City Point and
Richmond, I Virgin a.) leaving Boston for Norfolk
and City Point on FRIDAY, AprilWth. W ill leave
oity Point in the .nth and Norfolk oa the 21 it
_____ •■__«"bsequent to said dates leave Boston
and City Point alternately, every ten day*.
Freight by tins steamer will be forwarded by rail
-oad from City Point to Petersburg, a distance of
nine ***** .also by covered lighters, towed by
steam, rrom City Point to Richmond, a distance nf
forty utiles : the latter at through rates.
Freight forwarded to the South and West, by
railroad, from Norfolk and from Petersburg, free
of commission, Ac.
it is hoped tbat this., r.t effort to establish direct
.•am communication between Boston and Vir
ginia, (so much needed to develop and inorease
trade.) will meet with auch favor and patronage
from shippers as to afford inducement to place
another steamer on this route, and thus complete
and permanently establish thie line.
PHINEAB KPRAGUE A CO.,
Nu 130 Central st.. easterly end of State it. Block.
Aokbts.—Norfolk. Meiers J. M. Smith _ Beo.;
Petersburg, Messrs. 8- G. Baptist A Co ; Rich
mond. Messrs. Shbilds A Soxikvills.
ap3o- lm
_■«*****. FOR BAY f~C*n ORK . -
steamer BELVIDERK. Capt.
Kbrnk. will receive freight
to-day. iFRIDAY,i «nd up to the hour of Ho'olock
VI.. SATURDAY, ihe 21st inst.
Freight taken for Boston via Baltimore at low
rates aud with great dispatch.
This steamer has splendid state-room passenger
accommodations.
Passage and fare 9A
Passengers are requested to be on board before
12 o'clock M.. SATURDAY, the hour of depar
tare.
Tickets for passage procured either at our offioe.
m the slip, opposite tbe Columbian Hotel, or at the
Stealers' wharves, Rocketts.
ap_n-2t DAVID A WM. CURRIE.
*BT*"__. NOTICE TO SHIPPwRS.
__'*:_-J_a>Tlie l r_ gF steamers GFO. PEA BODY and
****** M*** BELVI HERE will, after this date,
leave this port for Baltimore twice every week,
ap2o-St DAVID A WM. CURRIE.
____»-v__7Ttt_ FOR LYNL'HH-KG-To leave
___!___■,____ SAT I' R DAY. - The Canal Boat
******** *m BRISTOL will leave as above.
For freight, apply to WM. P. COX,
ap 20--t At the Shed. Dock et^
_*___< FOR NEW YORK-FIR 8T VEt-SEL—
,«£__. RICHMOND AND NEW YORK LINK OF
***a**p A C X E T 8 —Ths superior fast sailin.
sohr. LVNCHBURO. Capt. Wm. C. H>*bu, hav
ing a portion of her csr.o encaged and going on
hoard, will have quick dispatch. Por balance of
freight, apply to
anao-ts DAVID A WM. CURRIE
>„ c*- frllK J AUK SON VI ______ ANO H_K.
< flE___>NANntNA. FLA.-Thesupenor fast-sail
****** ng schr JULIA A. RICH, Captain New
ton, having the greater portion of har cargo en
gaged, will sail with quick dispatch. For balance
of freight, apply to
ap 20-61 W. D.CXIL(_IUiTT &_CO_._
a,~,c_ FOR NE\V YORE.-Tbesuperior fast
__¥__» nail in. schr. "J. T WILLIAMS." Captain
■"■■■CL-tis, having the greater portion of her
cargo en.aied, will sail with quiok dispatch. For
balance of freight, apply to
aaaa-kt w. p. col-.uitt Ar co.
__,x_ FOR BALTIWIOR E.—The regular
4g»pa._et schr. " ASHLAND." Capt. Gk_ve.
""■■■■having the .reater portiou of her cargo _u
eaged and going on hoard, will sail with dispatch.
For balance of freight, apply to
___________ __• *l gg____i_____ * c°
_*,c*_ FOR. BALTIMORE.-The regular
schr. BENJ. VANDIVKR, Captain
****** Jones, having a portion of her cargo en
gaged and . ..in_ on board, will have dispatch. For
remainder of cargo, apply to
jip 16 - 61 W. UI TT Ar
_~.fv FOR "«EW ORLEANS.-The superior
-_.S__af_.st sailing hark '• HORACE." I Kookbs.
"■■■■■Master, having the greater po.r.on ol her
oarso engaged and going on board, will have all
possible dispatch. F..r remainder of or pas
sage, having good accommodations. aes___ to Master
on board, or to W. D. COLQUITT A CO.
ap 12-10t
~ I_II__Ii«SRYT
___tt*\ ItllSS V. A. TEMPLEMAN *_____..
g_____) Will open, on Frid.iv.2o-.li, a full andMMUf
Z***Z s**'ect assortment of AWAT*
SPRINii AND SUMMER MILLINER...
At No. 2i3 Broad street. apia-lm
__fß\ tffSlilß• OF SPUING *>**_*____.
f___ FASHIONS. aSW-I
Z*Z Mm. DEMELMAN. on Main, be ______5»
tween 17th and 18th sts., informs her customers auU
the ladies in general, that she is ready to show her
spring styles of MILLINERY, in ail its branches.
Tbe articles will tie sod cheap.
BONNfcTS and FLATS altered and bleached.
Country merchants and milliners will find bar
gains at wholesale, having bought a large stool- for
thattrade. lap-2-lm*) J. g___________
MRS. N. WIGANO, _____S___i
CBja' 196 BBOAII KTRK-T, CIIS.NEK OF 6TH, _&_£__
Z****Z begs leave to inform her customers, _____|
and tbe Ladies in general, thai she is re.._v to
show her Spring etylee of MILLINERY in all its
branches.
MILLINERS and COUNTRY MERCHANTS
supplied cheap. ____"*__
SPRING MILLINERY. \_\_g__hd
9r MRS. DAVIS -TiISTER. 214 Broad_B____3
•ttreet, t*tween 4th and 6th. North side, have just
received a lar.e and varied assortment of
SPRING MILLINERY,
embracing ail the latest styles, to whioh we invite
the attention of the Ladies. Also, a large assort
ment ot Children's GOO OS.
aauWe will open our SPRING STYLES on
WEDNESDAY, the tth inst. ap 2-ts
_,—*_ VERAN D A M- ___■____________.
__?_. fas J t Formerly Re id's.) _______* l__B
%S\l*J/ HOTEL AND" " "■'
XaflßT RESTAURANT.
*** 6TH ST..BBTW'B MARSHALL AIDCUT.
'.The subscriber has leassd tbe above-named H"
tail, and ha" opened with a choice lot of LIQUORS,
CiGA RS, Ac, and fnrnisbed the house in a suita
ble style to accommodate BOARDERS, BY tub
iiatobwbbk. Hie TABLE will always be sup
plied with the best the market affords.
HL_SNACKS at all times, day or Bight.
OYBTEEB. ia the shell or h« the (alios.
ap2o-lin LORING Q. WHITE.
SPECIAL NOTICE. gTTW
FI 8 H B R _~N OR T O N,*® 7 "
Manufacturers and Dealers in all kinds of BOOTS,
SHOES, TRUNKS. BONNET BOXEB. _o .
Are prepared to make to order every style of La
dies'and Misses' GAITERS and SHOES, Gent's
and Youthi* BOOTS and SHOES. We employ Ike
best workni-n. and %se only the best msteriala—
..II we ask is a trial, to ensure a good fit and per
fect satisfaction.
Our store snd manufactory is No. __ Broad st.,
one square above Breeden A Fox Give us a trial.
.FORGE FISHER. I J. HATLEY NORTON.
ap 20-St
mI Rißiis: **%***\T\ ********: W*m
•****- FREE EXHIBITION OF BIRDS •***-■
FROM THE POUR OUARTERB OF THE
GLOBE!
A splendid variety met received from the East
Indies: Five varieties of the smallest CAGED
BIRDS ib the world; impo-ted CAN ARt EM. tat
sing by gas-ii.ht; a variety of LEARNED BIRDS:
.BULLFINCH, that whistles the "Marseilles
Hymn;" some LE»RNED CAN ABIES, oae whjs
ties "Yankee Doodle;" TALKING PARROTS.
BRAZILIAN LOVE BIRDS, SpanishTROUPIAL
>rSpanish Mocking Bird, Irish THRUSH, Irish
<KY-LARK. and tie English STARLING, taught
™ Our. pr'ing supply just received by the Bavaria
from Europe. . BROaD BTREKT,
Nine doors above ths Vs. Central R. R. Depot.
<a__j A VRRF V4-.CAULK, INTEL*
3******Xk l *} 6»T»_ N CBEAUTIPUI DOG FOR
-^•^-3*SALE -The New Zealand BOG, known
aa " Dill, ' aad formerly owned hy Mr. E. C. Ker
regan. can be purchased by applying to the »ndsr
sisned He ii about eighteen months old. ae!)
_rowa and trained, and very, eaeeeptibie of im
provemen t. Aa for a guard dog. ha is unequaJled
dut for tbe foot that his ownsr Is a non resident of
Riokmoud, and it heißg luconvesient to keep aim,
money could aot bay him.
N. WALKER A: CO..
ap 19-a. C-weer Maia **** H*h ■»«,
~t_\ ~ FLT-RE.NIGM T. - The celearated
J_ZZS\ imported horse PLY-BY-NIGHT will
<sz - v sUad tke .reseat ssasoaat the sUWeiof
the subscriber, near Clarksville, Meekleaharg
oousty. Va.. at #80 the aasaoa. «76 toinsure. Tke
S __^__l____^"
____ - StS_SJ_s_ H RtOR'S MUVNTfIfi
■L SUARD-Attenda meeting and drib at |
A yoar Arasor, pATUItIA. EVENiNS.
J2_Z3_L*t 8 o'clock. with side arms. Tbe n.der I
ror the enH aad aweuag thriiFainavleven a< is
"^^OS____>«&_tt,.'_
ra ___SS_Ss___-_T
!3ffiß_fe_«__s_s__d
_______s__a _._&,-»
paftaaee will be aeoasat ae*are tae I
t/AbawMA* m**» _*-******_*-~**ti**4*i I
__S ____^^u_£_.^
******** ***** A****** ____M_Sf_ ~~~~~
m^- > »tv^_ra^^
*»■■■ Dwelt ißg,a_ FrSßkbs. between 23d sadtuk
It haa all aeoeeeary accommodatiosi tor a Urge
Damily, with ssssnd watsr. Rest 9*oo par aaauS.
________!_________^s&
f^j_-**___4______*CT'
■■FOR BALE.-At tks rsqusst of the o__ers
we cffer for sals the vary excellent TOBACCO
FACTORY Umsted as sbove. now m Urn oaM_a£
ov of Mr. J,.hn Wilder Atkinson, st aa aanusTrsnt
of .1290. The lot oa which the>eotory au2de
haa a frost of t» feet, aad a depth of i« fit The
r actory is nearly aew, and. ia remarkably weU
to GODDIN * APPERSON; U
____[ EOM
■ Duval, with three rooms sad kitehes, ___"£.:
A** l ble for a store and dwelling. *
Two ROOMS oa Beak street, near Goddm's
Hall, for offices.
A STABLr., oa Council Chamber Hill, -rial, _n
stslls aad ample carriage room. Apply to
mmM-U A. D. WILLIAMS.
_______ .FOR RENT.—The comfortatls private
\m RESIDENCE, situated on 7ih ttreet. 2 d_.r.
"■msabove Franklin, containing 7 or 8 rooms; also.
outside kitchen with 2 rooms. Also, stables lor 3
horses and t carriagee. G.ia and water on the
premises. Possession could be given by the let day
of May next. Apply to '
LOUIS EUKER A BRO.,
! ap-0-lw 206MaiB street.
*&, _ FOR RENT - FHOTOGRAPEfc~GA_7-
in CORINTHIAN HALL, now occu
■"■"■pied by J. Thoe. Smith. Possesion given im
mediately. Apply to J. THOS SMITH.
ap 20-tt* Or Jos. P. ioBBS.
aft FOR RE wt..-B RICK BUILDING
fig FRAME STABLE A*D LOT.on 2-th s*r___.
**-*- formerly occupied by Mea-rs. Mason A Burns
as a l*ottltng establishment. Apply to
ap 19-61 GEO, g PALMER.
*g_\ rOR RENT.-The HALL now occupied
E9 ar.d used by I. 0.8. Malta, in tba second story
■""■"■of Boslier's Hall, will be rented for one or two
nights in tbe week. Ii is well fitted up. and will
answer for aay kind of society room. Apply at
Dispatch office. ap 18-lt
_______£!__, RENT.-Twn pew bricITTENE"
-*S_ M KNTS on the corner nf Main and Mth streets.
■"■"■Fossession given from tbe Ist to the 15th May.
Also, for sale one FREIGHT BOAT Apply to
CHARLES HOWELL.
FOR RENT. ANO IMMEDIATE
«3 POSSESSION OIVEN-That large and conve
*»**nunt LUM BER HOUSE,on the south eide of
the I_hb. adjoining my lumber yard. It is well
auapt.d to storage of all kinds, or it would make a
hnet<.i _ceosteinmery. To a tood tenant, rent will
be moderate. I_. W. GLAZEBROOK.
ap IB dim
A tiOOMS FOR RENT.-Two ROOMS lor
turn rent, ia the attic story over the suits, niter's
"•■-store. JUAN PIZEINI.
mh W-ts ___ No 128 Mam st
-X, tOR XX .T-One large FRONT ROOM.
Ea over Store 172 Broad street, below 6th. Apply
■■.■oil the premises. mh s—te
>OKJ|EnT.-The ROOM formerly oocn
Epicd as Whitehurst's Gallery. No. 77 Main St..
m**A_, l>y 100 feet, second floor, ie for rent. Aleo, a
LODGING ROOM on tba third floor. For terms,
apply to JOHNSON A HARWOOD,
ja-*—ts No. 77 Maia street.
FOR RENT-The FIRS! and SECOND
__£ FLOORS of the DWELLING over our itore.
**-*■ MARCUS HARRIS A BRO.,
{__*_____ Next to the American Hotel.
__*__. KOR RENT—The large FACTORY on
Ea Cary street, between loth and llth streets, near
•ssaUiinlon, Moncurs A Co.'s, suitable for a To
bacco Factory, Warehouse, or Manufacturing Es
tablishment. Enquire of E D. Eacho.
fe ls-ts KENT. PAINE A CO.
BUMMER RESORTS. ~~~
k_x___k rOYNER'S WHITE AND BLAI.'K
TFTftT S k'_'_.y l: R AN D CHALYBEATE
WATERING PLACE
win ue open for the reception of visitors on the
Ist nt June, it is situated on the line and in
full view of th* Virginia and Tennessee Railroad,
about half a mile fiom Bonsack's Depot. Roanoke.
Vs.. st which depot an OMNIBUS will always be
found waitin . on the arrival of the cars, to con
vey passengers ro the Springs.
These WHITE and BLACK BULPHUR
_^_TJ_ RS , _*__..fleeted numerous curee. The
WHITE SULPHUR, aggravated cases of D.s-
S. .a.a. serious affection of the Liver, Kidnevsand
lladder. General Debility, nnd especially diseases
of the Nervous System, a*d those .iseases pc
miliar to females; the BLACK SULPHUR, all
kinds of diseases oi the Skin, aggravated cases of
Tetter, and othc eruptions of the Skin.
The ACCOMMODATIONS are equal to any to
lie found in the mountains of Vir.ima. and the
TABLE and ATTENDANTS ofthe most satis
factory character, together with a fine BAND OF
MUSIC, and every other attraction usually found
at first-class WATERING PLACES-as to all of
which we beg leave to refer to the large number
of per.rns wbo have heretofore visited the place.
_____________ J- A. HEFELFINGER. Prop'r.
li. A WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
tYTRt OREENBRIER COUNT., VA.
Li' 'Eg I This lone established WATERING
PLACE will be opened for the reception of visitors
on the 16th May.
Many new and important arrangements have
been made since the last season in this large es
t .hlishn.ent, and no efforts will be spared to make
the guests comfortable.
JEREMIAH MORTON, President.
J. Hr mphbkys. General Superintendent.
_____ Correspondents will please address J. HUM
PH KEYS. Superintendent White Sulphur Sprin.e,
Greenbrier county, Va. ap It—eodtlJuly
STORY DESIRABLE FARM IN HERN
RICO COUNTY. ON THE NfcW BRIDGE
ROAD, AT PRIVATE SALE.-The subscri
ber, intending to change his business, offers for
sale the Farm on which he resides, located as
above, within three miles of the city of Richmond,
and adjoining " Rural Shades " There are 110
acres of Land, of which H. acres are cleared and
in cultivation, and pro.luces the usual crops; the
balance is in woods.
The improvements are a comfortable Dwelling,
with six good rooms, together with the usual
buildings. The neighborhood is unexceptionable.
The tdud liraß been prepared, and is now ready lo
receive a crop. Possession to i*e had on the IMB of
October next, or at present, as desired.
For particulars. api>tv to JAS. M. TAYLOR A
SON, or to the subscriber, who resides upon the
premises. WM. A. ._„.__ AM.
ap 14—eodst
FRANKLIN SAVINf-S BANK.
Chartered by the Legislature of Virginia.
Tins Institution will receive DEPOSITS, on
which an inteiest of six per cent, per annum will
be paid on all sums remaining longer than six
montns, and five per cent, for a shorter time.
Deposits received at the Banking Offioe of Messrs.
Isaacs A Taylob, by the Cashier.
WM. rURKIE, President.
WM. L. HILL, Secretary.
B. H. SMITH, Jk., Cashier.
M £ M B KM *
Chas.H. Barksdals,!*-: C. 11. Wynne.
Henry James, j _ Jos. Brummell,
-am.W. Younger, I*_ C.F.Smith,
W. B Warwick, .J* W. H. Ben*»n,
Wm B. Smith. \__ W. T. Carrington,
_os. T. Morton, J *** Rob't A. Miio,
P.J.Archer, 8. P. Mitchell.
K. L. Williams, Jos. Laidley,
Chas. MeG ruder, N. T. Pate,
Chas. Talbott, T. L. D. Walford,
B. H. Smith. P. C. Warwick,
R. G Farley. Jos. G. Watts,
A. Warwick, E. D. Keeling.
Geo. A. Barksdale. "*
LASER BEER
__, BOTTLING ESTABLISHMENT,
AT NO. 208 MAIN STREET.
Returning our most sincere thanks for the liberal
patronage already bestowed on ns, we beg leave to
announce to our friend* and the public generatl. ,
that we have ENLARGED and IMPROVED our
BOTTLING fcSTABLISHMENT
this season, and that we enall continue to keep al
ways only the vers best articles of LAGER BEER,
_ ORTEtt. XX ALE and CIDER.
We shall lulfill all orders left, with ns, in oar
store, No. 203 Main strset, either from CITY or
VtiUNTR Y. with the greatest dispatch.
We seep ai«.» on hand a full supply of LAGER
BEER and XX ALK, put up in auarter and half
bbls. LOUIS EUKER A BRO .
ap 20- -lm No. M 8 Main strset.
GAS! GAS!!
Ws have on hsad the most magnificent ai
sortmsnt of
CHANDELIERS,
PENDANTS.
BRACKETS,
SHADES.
And all other kindi of GAS FIXTURES, aver ex
hibited in this cit*. Also, a beautiful assortment
of KEROBINE LAMPS.
To which we ask aa examination before making
* our purchase*.
GAS FITT-NO and
PORTABLE GA. WORKS,
Put up in aay part of tbe country.
CHAS. D. YALE A CO.,
ap2o—2m Iron Block. Governor street.
LOUIS J. ROSSIfeLX,
Manufacturer of Don ble Refined
STEAM CANDIES,
And Wholesale Dealer in
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN FRUITS,
FRENCH CARDIES. CMARS.
TOBACCO. ae, kc.
THE BEST GOODS. ____
THE CHEAPEST GOODS.
STOCK,
Csb he found at the _.„.. __
PIVE 810RY BUILDING. No *0 Maia St..
Opposite Richardson A Co., Richmond, Va.
ap Si-lit
BUTTER, CHEESE, LARD, At.
So package, prime GOSHEN BUTTER :
43 boxes prime GOSHEN CHEESE;
_U barrels p'ime LEAF LARD;
» hhds HAMS, 6BOULUEBSaad SIDES;
2*»do*. PAINTE*' PAILS:
mini. ANDREWS' YEa&T POWDERS j
y^^*J»._Wlf < »». M> s, tr U t .
TIN ROOFING.
-.*" _._>_ awwiatafarad to pat a. the GRAVEL
ROOFINo. of a *mn supaoo.- taakty»sober »
GUTT-JW.
Also, as aiaas at «*u * *** w * CO nj )WaroK «
,
*&M--Bm lwiaaft_sd..G*avs»a^7_>.
CNPM Mtk. A__BrEAMaAW|.|__L..igkl_es
_;.; • __i ««__. __l__J ..' ■ _nL_, * il J.
Fa_ra_tir_lJT_. -—.
»r.isß. *. .r**i#j>imj*B*%*~~ T
t* v^"«rP^^^wwwW
fe ite^r^ira^^
Msy. cos-rot ".in* at » o'clock P. M., Jamr Praassi
Teaemeate. l.>ceted at tke soetkwaet eoraer o
Leigh sad l-iii sties ts. aad bow rested ta goa
ten sou at (air rants. The lots have tae asaa
death aad ran bask to aa alley.
Tmß__s.-Buffi-.e_t ia cask to defray Ike aa
peases of executing: tke treat f tke further earn of
S_4l_M,With interest fttwi ttie Nth day of Apri
IMS; and tke farther sum ot B**M. payable at 6
inoaths from the 13th day of Aprd, IMS; aad tor
the remainder, upon sack terms as may ha mads
known at tke time of sale.
. GUSTAVUS A. MYERB, Trustee.
Jas.M. TatlobA Soa. ABetß ap M
Bt E. M. Ceo-. Aaet'r.
GENTEEL FURNITURE ABB SPLEN
_ BID SbVKN OCTAVE PIANO. AT AUC
TION.-On WEDNESDAY, Mth inst' at M o'elk.
I will ssll at the residence of Mr. I. H. Walks, ob
ssii_»o_Tan_if__i» mfoie_K
embracing s varisty of genteel aad eervissable ar
tic'ei, too numerous to mention.
PIANO-At the earns tisse eae splendid seven
retave PIANO, ia rosewood ease; eaa be recom
mended as aa instrument of superior tone aad
finish.
Tubus at sale, [ap Ml __ B. COOK, Aaet.
DRY GOOOS, MA •a. Sic, At AUCTION.
„Ob TU F.BDA Y. 3«th iast.. at Wo'eloek. I will
sell, at my .tore, a larse invoioe of DRY GOOtM.,
consisting of Clothe. Cassiroeree, 0.1 lings. Silks.
Lawns. Alpacas, Valsasiss, Bereges, Debases,
Muslins. Hosiery, Gloves, together with a large
lot ol Fane. Aitioles. not Beeeaeary to mention
. ALSO-An inva.iee of SUMMER HaTS, em
bracing all tbe different styles.
_ne attention of the trade is requested.
BP M R. A. COOK, Aaet'r.
STOCI OF GROCERIES, FIXTUKES.
P Ac,AT AUCTION.-Ob MONDAY Bext. 23d
met., at 10 o'clock. I will sell at tbs store of D. A.
J. Marable.on Franklin, between 15th and Mth
streets, the stock oi Goods contained ia said store,
embracing the variety usually fouad in a well reg
ulated Family Grocery.
At the came time, will be sold the Key and Fix
tures
The whole of the above may be psrohaasd pri
vately .before the day of sale, by application to D.
A. J. MARABLE, or E. B COOK.
■P 1» Auctioneer.
■— -
By Oaalep, Meacare * Co., Auct's.
pARGOSALEOF SI GAB AMDCOFFEE
V> AT AUCTION.-Ob WEDNESDAY, the Mth
met. commencing at 11 o'clock, we will sell at our
wharf and warehouse at Rocketts, tbe cargo of
the bark An*elita, from Porto Rico, with—
377 hhds. SUGAR, ranging from prime to strictly
choics quality.
—ALSO—
600 bags RIO COPP EE. strictly prims quality, im
ported direct per bark Abigail.
Taa-is.-Under fIOO, cash; over SluO, 4 months'
credit, lor approved negotiable paper.
S__.ale without regard to weather.
BVNLOP. MONCUKE A CO..
***** ABC*"'.
By Richard t aathsra, Aaet'r.
**"***"*_ STEAMER -'ECHO" AT
MONDAY.3Oth m-
at * o'clock P M., tif not pre
viously disposed of privately,i at the abed, lower
end ot the Dock, 1 wilt aell at auction the steamer
..ciio. Said steamer is 100 feet long, her breadth
17_> feet, and depth 7*. feet; has an upper deck,
high waist, and large deck room; oan carry 5.000
bushels under deck and ..000on deck, and oan aiso
accommodate passengers. She is 121 tons, and
draws about ..'_ feet loaded. Hull, engine and
boiler all in good order.
WILLIAM P. SNIPES.
Sale conducted by R. ___________ Auet. ***
By A. D. Williams, Aaet'r.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF MEAL ESTATE
ON STB BTREET, BETWEEN CLAY AND
LEIGH STREETS, AT AUCTION.-By virtue
of a deed of trust, executed to the subscriber by
Joseph K. Weisigef, Trustee, dated 3d December.
1856. and recorded In Michmond Hustings Court
office, being thereto requested by E. H.Clarke, the
hoider of one of the bonds secured by said deed. 1
will ssll on THURSDAY, 3d May, 1860, upon the
premises, commencing at 4". o'clock p. M., the
property by said deed oonveyed, to wit: A certain
lot of ground, with tbe bulletin ,s thereon, situated
on the east side of sth street, ac above stated,
fronting thereon 30 fset, and running baok 120 feet
to an alley 10 feet wide- it being tbe umi pro
perty which was conveyed by Littleton Read to
Joseph K. Weisiger, Trustee, and is bow in the
occupancy of Mr. C. D. Mclndoe.
Term. -Sufficient in cash to dsfray tbe ex
pense! of executing the trust, and to psy off a
bond for the principal sum of £254, together with
all interest that may be due thereon; and for tne
remainder, upon such terms ot payment as will be
made known at tbe time ot tbe eale.
ROBERT HOWARD. Truetee.
| A. D. W _LiA_is. Auct'r. ap 12 -td
HOUSE - AND LOT FOR SALE.-Willi*
sold, on WEDNESDAY afternoon, the 26th
inst.. at S o'clock P. M., (if fair: if not. the
next fair day,»the HOUSE and LOT occupied by
the subscriber, situated en Church Hill, at the
corner of Marshal! and _7tb streets. It is a good
Lot and an exeelleat House,
ap 16-SUwtda JAS. A. GODDIN.
dkmov_l7"
GEORGE l 7 BID GOOD.
BOOKSg-LBB.
Would respectfully inform his friends aad the pub
lic that he tia. removed to the Store
NO. 161 MAIN BTREET,
Recently occupied by Mr. Chae. A. Gwntkin, and
one door below Messrs. Kent, Fame A Co. His
stock of BOOKS.
STATIONERY and
FANCY ARTICLES,
will rompare favorably with any house Mouth.
He bas sclented with great care a splendid as
sortment of STATION ERY. to suit the most fas
tidious. A collection of choice MISCELLANE
OUS, STANDAR l» and THEOLOGICAL WORKS
of the newest editions; and, indeed, ths latsst
popular, moral publications as soon as published.
The Store has bees elegantly and comfortably
fitted up with a view to the «asy conduct of busi
ness, as well as the comfort and ease of the cus
tomer. Also, polite and aooommodatiag clerks era
employed.
BUk. Orders will be faithfully and promptly at
tended to.
____- Don't forcet tbe place—No. 161 Maia etreet,
one door below Kent. Paine A Co. ap 18-lw
TORS F. REGNAULT,
a 1 192 Main street.
Has in store bis SPRING SUPPLY of
PAPER HANGINGS,
DECORATIONS,
FIRE SCREENS,
BORDERS,
„ „ __"" PAPER CURTAINS. Ac.
CANTON MATTINGS. WHITE and CHECK
TABLE and FLOOR OIL-CLoTHS. Parlor and
DOOR MATt*.r-OCOA MATTINGS, Ac.
LACE, MUSLIN, and CHINTZ CURTAINS,
CORNICES. LOO. 8, BANDS. Ac
\Y IN DOW-SHADES. SIDE-LIGHTS, aad HOL
HV* IR and SH UCK MATTRESSES, LOUNGES,
IRON BE DATE ADS, Ac.
ROOMS, HALLS and ENTRIES papered is the
lateet style, and every description of UPHOL
STERY a ork done. ap 17—lm
CENTRAL AGRIfULTURAL SOCIETY
OF VIRGINIA.-The FAIJ. GROUNDS of
thie Society will be opened to visitors kencefor
ward, until the next Pair, upoa the following
terms, viz:
Visitors on foot will pay...... S esnts.
Sulkeys...—. .__.,., 6 "
Carriages aad Baggies to "
Military Companies and other Associations, who
desire to use tbe Grounds, will be permitted to ao
so upon terms which may be agreed apoa with tke
President.
An adequate Police wiU be always upoa tbs
Grounds, and no disorderly person will be per
mitted to remain on them.
ap ia-tf C. DIMMOCK, Secretary.
DINNER, TEA AND
__ " TOILET SETS.
We have bow open, of reseat importations, a
ehoioa stock of
____, DINNER. TEA AND TOILET SETS.
seW-at- No. 1. Pearl street.
*T«0 MERCHANTS, HATTERS AND NIL
-1 LI_NE_S.AND THE PUBLD. GENERAL
LY-Those kavimr STRAW HATB ard B *N
NETS to BLEACH and PRESS, ia tas most fast
lonaide atylea. woald ka_it to their advantage lo
ealloa _ JoHN HILL. I7ihstreet,
Betweea Praakia aad Grace sts..
Bp9-eod6f Richmond V%. ■
; rtEANOES, CIDER, dec.
I *-**m hexes prim-ORANGES;
_6 barrels prime CI DER s
MS barren KEPiNED SUGARS;
50 h_.tr barrels PICKLES;
_. barrets No. 1 MACKEREL;
Landing to-day. For sale hi
apJO 4t WITH. TYLER,I3th strset
N_BJ_S __ ************»- rPPLR
CHEESE, Be
tti bbls. SWEET CIDER.
50 boxes best qsaluy PINBAPPLE CHEESE.
SiO bushels prime MERCRR POTATOES.
**J •' Fl-NK-EITE POTATOES.
Beoeived for sals by HW.TV_.ER.
I a. a,-at* -
fkRAMGES AND
*-* Oranges and Lemosa. laadlag thw day per
steamer, which are are offering to tke trade at
Baitimors pnoes. J W NIPE * Co.,
sp 20-3 i -- No IS Maia street.
on Cary and Md itreeU. suiubie for building skew
or factories. Apply to
Bihar v t.OAUTRQSM.
■_3_fg^aß-__B__g
$w*>_*^&mgp
Kfl RSU BITK4 <'MK__JM BB 88.
* *-* **** Geo. Laaa's saeetjjr Caasasssd Jkma,
ia elaie. A* saJsfr jfiSStf A' f* X A** A NTS. '
tftO"SilW ■**•■■*■ AA*VAVBAAW*r.
1 t r
*__t____M_\\ Bf ****_** m*}
m* j»Cj-H4_-kiK"-rM W|W *-*•§
" "" FPrir-rirjaYs. '" T —'"
, liySi-dlEßA^ye^d-UCIT-^^
,^ll_•C^ r ___! kl - , • _■«____» !*•
■isas.oaTHUISDAT.tM-Rk AprtLMM. tit*.
o'3_sk7. M. tke seAWrdM.i
\____Y**_*M a__iuia BgCI PWTILLptf,T»-
_S__F_a , __i a*
***tt*&*U*-*^
S M .?'WL_!___ ■_*_!!- ____B-yA l>
hs sold a VACABT LOTVoa tke *_}*****__*_¥*****
aad oae ob IheNortk of a. Mt T "
ia coed order, haviac base is .JsaßMLtti%
roatkly repaired a few years sea. -hP-SySi.-i
{Moo-Bsaodauoas for a large (kaailf. JJ.VWS'I'."
is ptsasaat. aastke as i«kborkeod a A*****)******
jfa.as-Allsnaasssder ft *o oas-Jeartk ot**;
balance at «. tt aad tt moatas; BrTbver tEt
aiaoßßt, oaa-foartt cash; hslssss aLXirMIS
y s« rs. ia either eees for negotiable aotes. laterest
added, (tke same payabls half, early.) aseared by
a troat deed. Tbe taxes sad laenraaoe for U_» lo
bs paid ky tbs lßfohsssrs.
ap 17 GODDIN A APPERSON, Anets.
HT _£■__****' *As_E OF REAL CSrTATE
-sV«V , .f_tf.'iT-^ J *T-W_- , <iS-.
Court, to sseure tbe Usiob Seildisi PaadC-en
pany. we. the andersimed. will proceed to asß.on
the premises.on FRIDAY, the 17tk Apr-FIMO.
oommsn«ing at BY o'clock P. M., the Real Estate
conveyed b» said deed, vis: Lot No. |.Ja Port
Mayo, froatlag oa the North hoe of Lrruisissa
jtnet a fss», between ttk ■trseu, by M
leet. to aa allay X) fket wlde.7Alao.llv.Xnts in
Kult..n, fronting together 150 feet oa the Soeth
side of Graham atreet. by 1.0 feet, to as alley 10
feet wide. These lotsare beautifully located,aad
are ver* aear the W.lliamsburg Avenue. _.
Tn> xs.-Ose-third cash; balaaoe at raad It
months for negotiable note* iaterest added, and
tit'e retained. Taxes for ).__q, the pnrekassrs to
pay. A G. STUBHft. 1
A B. CLASSY. STrastsss.
_ GEO. W. BARKER,.
Goddib A Arrßß-oß,Asota. ap M
V2AI.E *W kTOIK IN STEAMER
7 BC*»%LTZ AT AUCTIOJI -At &enaaset of
ths personal repreeaatatives of the late Dr. Wil
liam Collins, aad of Mr J. W Keeling, wa will sell
■at public auction, aaa heard of tha steamer Sehnlts.
at her wharf at Rocketts in the city nf Richmond,
on FRIDAY the Wth April, tt*), at 6 o'clock f. M.
the interest owned by the aaid d*cedents la said
steamer, each bein. entitle*! •_»__, ahaieenf the
st'xik at the par value of 9o* eaoh. Thie steamer
phes between the Chiokanomm. aad James Ri
vers, enjoys a fine run of custom, and is very pop
alar with the traveling public Shs is. ss we leara.
out of debt, and has a fund ob deeoait la the Sa
vings Bank an oontini to atsant S3 .J..
Tbe terms ot sale, which will be liberal, will bs
made kar.we at the hour of sals.
Captain Hill, who commands this steamer, will
...vsa., fUrtM ,Bfor - ,,# . , IVp^TsON t oWN TO G
-ap M-td _Auc_oaeers.
DaS'RAMI.a. FMIVATE KKSIDENCR
oI J * TH BTREKT. CHURCH HILL. NEAR
THE LEIGH STREET BAP .181' OHUR.fII.
FOR SALE AT AUCTION-WaahaUseß ataße
tion on ths premises, on MON DAY. the ttth day
?_/P r ' l ' *•*- *** tfn'olook. P M.. the axeeltent
PRIVATE RESIDENCE located as s**ova for
several years fast oeeepied by Mr. «__.> Woodln,
and now lay Mr. CL. MovVm'l. Th» lot has a
•r 2 n a ********* * d «*»o* of l_S feet to ea alley.
The dwelling hae seven rooms- including Iswie
nient, wrh handsome portico in front. It was
built auout five years ago. and is now in good or
der.
_. _Jf M> !J~P n# * nfth 1 o :f ,, i h «*f*aeeat 4, S. tt and
16 months, for negotiable notes, intereat *****. and
title retained til last note ia paid. The taxes sad
ißsuran-e lor MM to be paid b. the
»P W I.ODTIIN ft AP.KRSO N, Auots.
CO WW la.l v _ iKs > i«.E OF TW«»
_ HAND. OMF LOTS OX CENTRE STREET
BKTWEEN MXTH \ND SEVENTH BT*f, IN
THE CITY OF RICHMOND-Br virttwofji de
cree of the Cncuit Court of the City of Rich
mond, pronounced oa the 7th F >hruary.lßS_ in
the case of Hinee a.ainst Bruce, Ac, I shall pro
«J^ t V.-_,'■ H - p \_- , .' c .'' Uo . t ' on * o, ' the p emises, on
MONDAY, ths 30th April, 1860. a* 6)i o'clock P. M.
iif fair; if not. the next fair da».) Lots Nos. 14
and 15, each fronting 31 feet on the South side of
Centre street, running back 77 lest to aa alley 10
feei wide, adioining tbe tobacco factory of Messrs.
James Gray s Sons.
Tanas -One-f urth oash; balance at 4. S sad U
monthi, for negotiable notes, interest added, aad
__f2_____f__!_ **** ****_* »****• The taxes for
IMO to be paid by the purchasers
. ELIZABETH HINES.
__. ._ Executrix of J OO . W. Hines, deed.
Sale by Goddib A ______*_____• Aucts. ap 19
THE VAUI *_____ __*a7*____ ESTATE
__ KNOWN AS "BACON QUARTER BRANCH
TAVKSN." _TOGETHER: WITH A EaRG E
_. _%_•__ S£I' OT^AND SQUARES B*fTAt_B
EDJCHERETS. AND OTHER REAL EWaTE
CONTIGUOUS.FOR SALE AT AUCTION .-Will
be sold at auotion, on the premises, on TU BSD AY.
May 1, 1860, commencing at 13 o'clock. M., (if fair;
if not, the next fair day.) the valuable rest estate
above referred to, having a front on Brooke A venue
of about 2u> feet, and a depth oLsbout 375 feet. The
bnildiugs are ample enough for the aoeommoda
tion of a large number af nests, and are for the
most part ib good repair. Tfcsy are insured in the
Mutual Assurancs Society for 57.100. The spring,
which is nearly equidistant between the front
tavern aad the rear oae. is the most beaatifkl and
attractive of any to be seen in this vicinity. The
whole premises are shaded by a number of mag
nificent ay camore and *.her trees. This property
is so well known that a further description is deem
ed unnecessary.
The. balance of the land attached to the Tsvsm,
containing about 35 acres, aad surrounded on every
side bystreets, wilt be subdivided into twelve to
fifteen squares, of about two acres each, and will
be sold in squares or smaller lots, as may be deemed
best at the hour of sale. Many of these squares
are moat beautifully located.
At the same time, will be sold tke targe Brick
STORE and DWELLING at the corner of Brook-
Avenue aad Baker street, together with several
vacant lots attached. Also, two Lots ob tbe west
side of Brooke Avenue at the bridge across the
branch, each fronting 30 feet, running bask about
1W feet, adjoining the lot of Mr. Caspar Briel —
Also, a large meadow lot in rear of tbe above,
boubded by Pine street, on whioh it h*s a front of
__s f**}*****}**! •*•__. * w '•£_.*■_ h * T .-«_• ****
306 feet, bounded on the north by Bacon's firaach,
on the south by an alley 16 feet wide. Also. Lots
Nos. 1,3.5,4,5. fronting each 39 feet oa the soath
west side of Monro street, running baok ltt feet,
bounded on the east by Pins street.
Tub ms—All sums uader SLOOP one-fourth cash;
balance at 6.13 and IS months; ail sums over SLOW
and under B6MO. one-fourth cash, -stance at 1,3
and 3 years: all sums over 5.,«00 oae-fifth cash,
balance at 1,3.3 and 4 years, ib each cue for nego
tiable notes, interest payable half yearly, secured
by a trust deed. The faxes and insurance for i960
to be paid by the purchasers. Plats of the pro
perty can be seen at our office.
ap 14 GODDIN A APPERSON, Aucts.
pOM-tUSSIO-VERS' SALE OF TMR FAD*
*-* ITABLE PROPERTY ON GAMBLE'S HILL,
KNOWN AS 'fill- 'GAMBLE _BANBfti__'a «£
GEJHER Wlftl REVEBAL VACANT-LOfs
ADJOINING.—As Commissioners, appointed hy
a decree of the Circnit Court of the oil; of Rich
mond. pron< unced ob the l_l.li day of Feb., laU. ta
the case of Prestoa against Tyree, Ac. ws, or
either of us, sha l jell at sublic suctioa.on tkys
premises, on WEDNtsnAY. the V May. ISEA, at
«_ oclock, P. M. lif fair; U qot.tfcs "sxt7ai?
day.) the very vai.aMe real estate above re feared
to. now ib the occHßaaey of Messrs W«. Wallas*
Soas, ss a residence. The Lot has a front ef
364 .13 feet on the east line nf Sd street. ___i m
depth of l» feet, to aa alley 30 feet wide. Tke
Mansion House Is a large oae. sad was, a fsw
years ago. greatly added to.altered sad resairse,
■_. f_?F »_*__**» «emd repair. TherewJltm
sttashed to tks MaasKMi 838 13 feat of Land. o.
3d street, sad tks baJanoe ef the Lead wdl be di
vided isto 6 Budding Lots, aooordiag to the origi
nal plan and aurvey. which will be shows at the
Sis. sad eaa ia tke auaatiaw.he seen at tke odUe
the auctioneer!. The location of tks foregoiss
real estate ia jastlv regarded as among the mast
• •eastiinl ib Ri kmond. eommandißg, as it done,
a full view of the oity aad Jamas ri vsr, aad tke
surrounding country for mi.es ib esteat-
Tbs ms -Ennosk in aaek to d fray sxpeasss of
sale; balance at |. I|a_d It moß. t* tor*io]ilttm
Ma notes, latereat satisikauw<]y eadorse*.
aad till- retaissd till all the purchase money is
said. The ta*ee aad isaaraaes for US. to be paid
ky tke parohassri.
*A*'N*7l^****^.
SalsMßduetsd by .odmi ft Aeraasoa, Aaet*.
X^9_^"__i i »_^*__!___ , _!
JA_BTOMfe&A___^V-'
_L4r\-^_ J^*^_?K
---< srship tranaaetioas we wilrseir at aa-'ioaToa
g»i_?fc__?Ja_lV-A__H
t__X--
Th<a H allas sn well knows tkats misate deesris
XSVeet 4 _^ :
tt feet each. aa** sold art th tr with t*t *m* hsild'ag
m* may be deemed best at the hoar c*t ****l* a plat
of the pveaeny eaa be seea at oar affaf The fca
eatmn of tkn proseHy is lastly regard-d ss ear,
raluab'e mr bosiaeas parpaaos. baiag ia taw heart
of a meet .mprovTg sart oTtke city. aaTwhsea
isa 1 estateys ta fond demand.
_ Tbbms.- OBeitth assk; halaaea at • tt, tt Md
.^e^^hr_s« to^Ua^S
N *V*: ws're.Zeatall£!*___-jadaßSd W asTfe
note or aapea aeeoast. to ensse larwaad aad saake
paysMßt withoat deUy.ee wawtsk ta eattlsTaa
the bu* ine*c ofthe eameera as spaeeh ry ac ____uE_a
£rsSs_ra_i& a siK *• *
m£*m*?*****ntt^
•* *-**> "A U«ißk«M*lv
'^■^ r HI f. I
■" "******v**B***_\^_m_^_B__^.*_
-tr*****'-*.' 1 tf*********'?*?*s**** *
J-WHmt *__________-**-****t t:=
.!"* ."t "* % * m ___ Z li ■-
»» s-letwd CaatSora. ft—p '
£__*_**^S?sES;
?__l&_*_M_s___»___
i_.__iVß_K«._£^ l |L*k»*sP
O— ■Mo«d-lu___l fTtKgfWASoW *
-. _____* ___*_ ________ ___sV »w—-»w f
»y». M. Cask. AaeTs. '
_a___m_ff_«_»
oVkmk.l will sell. *A tke let ea CesasU Ckasthe.
rV-7U^___jm£_l_l_
TBBBts.-s.days" srsdit, t-_Js__M j M _—ar.
" sa-^s-flr 1 ?^-
F_U_^\e^WilMs^4 n
.!_•_• • orn er of **»»■ e»d lath street*,aaAATvK
t»A. moraias seat, tae list eae ai Asefl. aeeT
mencisa stMoVI *ctt . ai__Mral|__aerti--at______■
M___«______ pu RNTfufE '■'*"■*•
SDRY GOOJ-S.-Seveg-l lev isss Ore Goods,
oop Skirt*. Cottoa Hal f-Hoea. Mm** C«uoa_
au. Case 80. u__ho*m, Boaaete,
GR{»CERIfc8 T -W,aa, WhiaCT. CaadT _W
Csadles. Smoking aa_T Maae7aetßisdTeta___.
******* oCT T^
NmVitrSfG^E^^^
«_seres^sd o ______fe
My J. M. Ptga-s. Aaet'r."" 1 ""
A_&gtr^
4 i» ueae _B___m B C^B-gMkJ. CflvST-
Dray aad Harases; 1 Cart aad ■araeaa.
ADDITIONAL-Oae Ib. Haraess Horse, sit
y ears old. cold far ao faalL ___■-_________
»P« J. ft. DIGOES, Aaet.
Wit*. BB SOLD, every sight Hue weak,al
/ , **_*-°*} toossM. Maia street. seaMßeaaiSf st
li_-«e%^Sf
N.8.-Coaaianmente rseei nir every day aad sold
m r t y°* i ********* >J' ■• >*******& AucU
D. P. Boots. Saleaman. ja S—u
*y*\*iiii*^^
aaJ t! Mil EPS OVA 1..
RED _ad WHITE IfftfT§Vflj»T^oAI
mhli-ts Mth st.. aear Mayo a -Ease.
Cake earn re/ther ■__<_
g^ml_s^r
LIFB IlfSTjmAlfC--, Ac.
'___ B su'* # " , _ , __* nb— ■_■ * k *anai|a..y orgaa
isad, tbey will bs in issae sol is tee ** er
before the Uthof A_Xat their oiee. opposite
the American Ho.el. oomer Maia aad IKb sSu
This company is isstitnied with a rs* te ******
at horns the laras sums heretofore paid froa.Be
oessity to Norther ..offices; sad is hssad aaoa tbe
principle of mutual 'mil ______
en and insured. _______________
\ IKOINIA LIFE IRSIttAMCS COMPA-
J -At s meetiag of the Sa>ek_oldsrs of tke
Virginia Life ißsuraase Coe-peay. held at Up
*w* ***&*****& wra»te?Sß-a
Wm. H. Mm.___r.aad, JohnParsell,
J«is_r_?_d_s___ff'
Sraasr-'"" h£S*t
Oeorge D. Shell, * f_aaH_ti*rvell.
Welhagtoa Godd_B. fNtrMVjSpMw,
U __2____T T * ___ -&*^*****y_*'
bol.fr rs. tae Board of ffraetaJaso_v____ l ___i
ejected tks following oMeers; "■"
PrraiJcaar-VVA.H. ■ACl'iftUjlD
J^_Dt_lßPLEAaAJr___,S^y
tib Tl * 6W (*3 (w>Tueijib mm,
___y,^__J_|SjjpT_^____T** , »^E
fe^aiP"!-!
-Boeiuasaua via_nssa.
•£-*y-£rt- , d^a_3'i___ !
' >Tm %*________,**
lasSi
al_T___?___^^__^
eoaieqaeaeeof aa laareaesd asa_aaei^sS_Sa_s
<Ksrw^_%G?i___-___! s ____?
'?_****__g* yaaes-tCapssfjtssil Oaaaaatatka.
CeHsee,** _k*fakv _iv__t fl ._i_sasi
i oatke tks •aaa_U_arftsetiiMa **
*~p Li^.^__gyff-___^'^y-T
ai preset s. ladaja wS attsad at &aa * ********
r w»l rmim oTFiMkiia street, as klrmiliTi.
from M. ** r i tk-irl t_si —- —
aaubM ro.*m« w li ha saaaasad. a ________ J."
WSftJr" I««fßtf*JSffiS_-5
naeakeaas. aptf §••
__hJ_L__a______ ■*■•• «•■ *****>***
da* Ta___._S^_l-__^^__l_? ,, •• **"*** — •.* •
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