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Richmond gtspfch.
MONDAY JANVAltY 20. ISt*
Tho Last General Order.
Rumor wui busy o? Friday anil Saturdu
relative to further Intention* of the """J
ment towards the Virginia 1?**'hl:U *'''xv. ,
tie*. Some report* of the mo* e ? ^
kind were act afloat ; and ? ? t.lb?
merit a. many a rx- hocl. for ,
cMuuftmer. .lmmrt w!:re?rrcU.m i
sought credtblbty. Your ..terfeltof th
? tnnce' is the beet sort of counterfeit or th
Truth; an.i the inventor,of fttltn-hooda knov
how to bolster them "l>?? thl* NNriV
We infer that there vras no truth vvhatere,
thee rumors. The or,lor not to enforce tin
vagrant law. so fur as it relates to black*
elicited no proceedings whatever from Legi*
Utiro or Executive Departments. Therefor,
there was no earthly ground of offence to th
Government after the publication of Genera
Tkrkt's order. Had there been ?ullieieir
Teason In the estimation of the Qovernmen
prior to the issuing of that order for a mon
violent one. the minor would hardly ha. ?
taken precedence of the major t iere
not have been a suspension of a ^ ^la ? ,
to a par, of the
it was contemplated to su-i
Of a branch of the Government.
So we think these rumors should be treaten,
with indifference. They are altogether im
probable.
With reference to the military intervention
it was an occurrence to \vhu h we were expose,
and must continue to be liable, as long as tin
Mate is not fully restored to her equality w it!
the Northern States, and as long as she i
under the eye and authority ol the military
power. With a full knowledge of the sltun
tion, we have made a Legislature, and tlia
body has gone to making laws. Complaint
however well-grounded, is, after all, but coin
pluiut?and may he listened to or not. as thus,
who exercise authority may choose. i
other words, we mean to say that, the merit.'
of the case cannot be brought, by any right o:
our's, before any tribunal lor adjudication
Our case must be deliberated upon and settled
by a tribunal in which we have no voice.
Now, it has been our opinion, and more than
once expressed, that it would have been better
for Virginia had she remained perfectly quiet
and passive in her conquered condition,with or
tier in her limits, preserved by military pow* :
until such tune as the Government indicates
Its reatiiiu-ss to restore her lully to her equality
With New York, and l'enusylvani i, and al
other Mates. And the formal exercise ol
rights, under restrictions and subordination
might have been well waived by a lrank am.
manly people. But it was not waived. Tin
people seemed anxious to be put into the pos
session ol the partial immunities which v.ert
tendered to them, and?..ere we are !
We had supposed that the waiving ol any
such temporary and curtail" d pnv ileges unti
the arrival of the period lor the full restora
tiouol the Mate, would have avoided a grea
deal ol bitter feeling growing out of the elec
tions,auu out of the legislation at theCapito,
The digustmg issues about " Liiiouisin am
?' loyalty" amongst a beaten people, who Uai.
taken the prescribed oaths and ought tohav<
been considered by common consent loyal
issues brought up by the miserable spirit ol
love of office?would have been avoided at a
tuue when the strife was most painful aim
likely to leave the most lamentable andendui
lug impressions. Avoiding these, and having
time to grow calm, the public mind would liav,
been weil prepared lor the restoration and th?
duties it would have brought with it. lh<
period of postponement would have had a
cood effect also at the North. Even there w?
might most reasonably have hoped forwisei
counsels and more generous sentiments, altci
nn interval ol rcllection.
But the public of Virginia voted in view ot
the provost guards?the Legislature legis
lated in sight of the Headquarters of tin
pi pvinfinder-in-Chlet ol the Departiuent o.
Virginia, and the 1: reedmen s Bureau,?tin
Executive sits in his chair in sight of all these,
and his ears are saluted by the drums ol tin
camp; and we cannot see well now liow the
? tateof things is to be remedied. Ii we change
front and retire m dudgeon, the question is,
what benelit or what harm will ensue ? That
is for the Government, such as it is, to con
sider.
Manufacturing in the South.
The New York lit raid says that the fact that
tilts country is to become the greatest manu
facturing country in the world " will be cstab
44 lishod, if by nothing else, by the very exist
ence of the immense water power in the
44Southern States, especially in Virginia and
44 the Carolinas, where tlio cotton Ileitis are at
44 the door of the manufactories. Every bale
"of cotton raised here before long will be
"manufactured into fabrics in this country."
We wish we could believe that the States
which enjoy these unequalled advantages lor
manufacturing would give some practical
etidence of thtir appreciation of them. Here
are Richmond and Manchester, for example,
which ought each to be a great hive of manu
facturing industry. So all over the Southern
Slates. Why are they not so ? Why do the rich
staples of the Southern soil take up their line of
march to the far-off rugged regions, where
Nature is bleak and inhospitable, where the
scanty streams and the rocky earth seem alike
unpropltious to manufacturing and commer
cial enterprise? Is it because the energy of
man rises with the obstacles which are inter
posed in his path, and takes a stern delight in
wrestling with and overcoming the adverse
forces of nature? Is it because the sharp
spur has never been applied to our facul
ties, that we have so long lagged in the
rear of manufacturing enterprise? We
have exhibited energy enough in other
pursuits?in the unproductive fields of
politics and war?but manufactures and com
merce have always languished in the midst of
the most unparalleled advantages for tlulr
development. We have been rich m political
wisdom, brilliant eloquence, and keen dialec
tics, but mechanical utility and practical
Improvements in social exi-una4 have never
taken deep root in our soil. Our condition has
resembled that of the long period which c losed
when modern history began, when imperial
Intellects were polishing angles of thought in
onscurecloisters, and valiant knights thundered
over the held in magnificent armor, but when
orts and inventions were esteemed beneath the
dignity of philosophical and warlike minds.
We care not to iuquire iuto the political causes
which have combined with our hereditary
tastes topreceut us from becoming a manu
facturing and commercial people. If we bad
made this the great object of our ambition, and
if our btatc-binin had uniformly bought
the material development of the South
rather than the distinctions of omclal
greatness, there never could have been any
legislation promoting the industrial growth
of one section at the expense of another. Even
ee it was, we do not see w hy the South should
r ot avail itself of u tariff as well as the North.
We have both the great staples of manufac
ture s and the water power at our own door ; a
wore genial climate, and innumerable rivers
and harbors, affording unexampled natural
fvillih t for communication with all the world.
Vet we know, by a long editorial expeiience,
tu t it ha* beeu a waste of words and time to
Invoke ihe South to manufacture for itself. It
teemed to have no fuith whatever la its capa
city to supply its own wants. It looked abroad,
gnU chiefly to the North, lor almost every aril
> 1? of prime necessity; the furniture of the
house, t he tool? of the work ??hop, the njrlcul*
r:?l Implement?, the clothing of the peoph*,
must all tx? brought front nbroul. The hea
ven? and the earth In vain solicited ns to avail
ur?elve?of their treashre?. The torrent? that
night have moved hundreds of mannfacto
ie?, murmured by in picturesque freedom to
;hesea; the mountains, m their stern subli
oty. w ere more the objects of our admir ition
han the mines of wealth which they con
' IihhI. We do not seek to depreciate the ideal,
nor would we desire our people to see nothing
f value in nature but that which can he
turned to material uses. Hut the same great
Iteiug who made the mountain made also the
mine, and intended it for the benefit of man.
i'he useful and the beautiful are combined in
11 His works, and it is not beneath thedignity
f man to carry out the jiurjioses of the great
Architect as well as to admire His works.
That the South possesses the requisiie
? uergv and skill to become a manufacturing
people was shown in the late war. Her
inventive wit received an unexpected develop
ment, and acquired no small intensity from
he excitement of the times. The powder,
ordnance and munitions of war created upon
her soil were unsurpassed in the world. Why
should she not show equal ingenuity in con
structing the engines, the fabrics, the textiles
<>f peace? The recovery of her former pros
perity, her influence in the country, and the
velfare of her people, should surely supply
motives powerful enough for such a direction
of her energies and intellect.
How shall we go about thisgreat work ? The
tlrst step, it seems to uk, is for the ruling
uindsof the South to bring all their influence
o bear upon the formation of an enlightened
public sentiment, and to make it more an object
<f popular ambition to have mills, manufac
tories, forges, ships, than to figure in politics.
We must dignify and elevate labor in all its
forms. Capital and skilled industry are indls
,leasable, but we need something more than
legislation and the incorporation of manufac
turing and emigration companies to obtain
these. We must offer more than material
inducements to emigration before we can se
ine the alliance ol' its mighty armies. We
must extend all the opportunities of education
.vhich are afforded by an efficient free school
iysiein, and all the moral ameliorations ol the
.or of toil, which are possessed by any State i:i
tliis Union, before we can push forward a* we
ought in the fields of productive industry and
prosperity, and reap those plenteous harvests
.vhich are languishing for laborers.
.What a glorious day it will be for Virginia
when she avails herself of all her geographical,
mineral and agricultural advantages. Who
iocs not desire to see the day when on all h< r
water courses there shall be ilourMiing manu
facturing villages, when all that her people
require shall be made within her own bor
ders, when the completion of her great canal
^h:tli render the mighty West tributary to her
ominerce, and her great rivers and harbors
?hall bear upon their deep, bright waters the
? learners and sailing vessels ol the world <
Tnr Mails.?The great difficulty in the way
of restoring mail facilities to this State and
lie South is the scarcity of persons who can
take the 1-Vder.il o.ith of office to become Post
masters. The Postmaster-Gene ral i? very anx
ious to restore the mails everywhere; but
he cannot dispense with the oath, as he h ts no
nower to do so. It must be administered until
Congress may modify it. In the mean time the
wants of the public are so pressing, and the
lesire of the Postmaster to accommodate them
-o earnest, that liesuggests that wherever there
is any one xvlio can take t he oath, his name -h:i 11
t once be sent on. He is ready to open offices
wherever such can be found to take charge of
j them. A great many female? have been
appointed, and they will continue to he placed
' in charge of offices wherever recommended.
'They suit the business remarkably well
They are so polite and kind, and they catch
?' the living news so quick, and relate it so elo
quently, that a Post-office kept by one of them
1 it once becomes the neighborhood change
ind the brightest focus ot intelligence. Let
us toast " the sweet Postmistress !"]
The people in the country, by e>:? rtirg them
selves a little, may rapidly exii ml mail f iciii
ties very much to their own enjoyment and
advantage.
There is one point especially, advantageous
all ke to themselves and to us, to which we
invite their attention. They will then have
the opportunity of receiving the D is/tat rh >
i Few things we are sure would gratify them
! more, and it would be an unalloyed pleasure
i to ourselves to record their names in our
subscription books!
1 Bohemian.?" Bohtmion," enrol our popular
j war correspondents, makes his nppearaiu e this
t morning in the Diajxttch, and will no douht l<e
I heartily received by our readers. IIis letters
I will be continued. "Sallust" and "Bohe
, mian" were decidedly the best army cones
' dents of the war, and were both held iu the
warmest regard by the army ol subscribers to
the Dispatch.
The old relations of this paper to the public
and to individuals are being restored witli a
rapidity unexampled in newspaper history,
j Nut a day r.or an hour passes that some most
1 grateful evidence of this i? not brought to our
j attention. In spite of the scarcity of money,
i our old subscribers will have the r Their
letters depicting the poverty of the country are
j distressing to read. We lament, as we look
j them orer, that we are not rich enough to
[distribute the Dispatch to thote unfortunate
and warm-liearted old friends \\ itliout. liarge.
, But such good men are n >t to he given over to
suffering and poverty. They vet will rise and
' flourish beneath the shade of their 'own tine
j and fig tree."
TitFjUfiCRY Law.?We invite attention to the
proceedings of the public meeting of citizens of
Richmond on Saturday evening, which will b.
found in the local columns. They present the
subject in a very succinct and clear style.
Being the expression of the opinions of intelli
gent merchants, altogether conversant with
the questions ol trade and finance, they are
entitled to a consideration and weight with
the Legislature which we trust will be
accorded to them.
The Peopj.b and their Leaders.?What is
j true of every party i?, that the people are gene
| rally much better than their leaders. The
; further 1 have searched, tlm more gem ralh
; have 1 found that the more deserving class w
i ever underneath, buried among the utterly
1 obscure. I have also found that those brilliant,
] powerful speakers who expressed the thoughts
'? of the masses .are usually, but wrongfully.
J considered as the sole actors. The fact i>, that
they rather received than communicated the
impulse, 'lbe chief actor is the people.?MicJu
. Ut.
Dime ri tt Between the SixiEHNTn He ir
i.aks and N euro Soldiers.?Day be lore yester
day afternoon a difllculty took place between
two or three of the Sixteenth Regulars and i
; eight or ten negro soldiers on Summer street,
south of Broad. It appears that a negro sol
dier was drunk and behaving very badly, 1
, when one of the Sixteenth came up and remon- :
| pirated with bun on account of his conduct.? '
The darkey would not listen to reason, and
luitl to be whipped into obedience. A few
moments afterward some other soldiers of
ikjUi colors c-uine up, ami h general row ensued,
which ended in the complete defeat of the
lncan cohorts.?Sashriiu Banner ?</ tht 'list.
. f 'hi* week, a laws goes into
!iurifii iyf4>WWll?U a,1>' person of color from
oa iing or ciTrying lire-arm-*, under a penalty
^ZSSrSH.""'"'vom"l",'uu'u"u "ui
Lord Moiu k, the Goyemor-General of j
Gauada, will Lave England about the middle
ol rehru ?rv, and the Fa viucl-il I'urliaiuom
will ussixiible aLoul the endoi March.
GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF VIRGINIA.
SATTRnAT, January 27, HM.
SENATE.
Lieutenant-Governor CuwrER in the chair,
was laid on the table.
CARBON nIT.T. COMPANY.
A bill to Incorporate was ordered to
"ri"::^ rOSATf.n ?Y THE ET.TED .TATE..
Oh motion of Mr T^vr Ho;;
RySSVTttS iXlr?{ purpoU, w?. .HUH.
in. mnd ?>.i*sed unanimously
TATIOVA.. MEBCASTI1.E EECHASO. r 0 H T A A" T.
i 11?? iirivilHiit* ot iticp ? . ? tn
The objects of the company were p
Saturday's paper.
VIRGINIA AND >' 0 R T IT CAROM N A ACCI DENT IN8C
RANCR COMPANY.
Senate bill to incorporate this coml^".v?^
the citvof Norfolk, was taken up, on motion
of Mr."Robinson, and passed.
LUNATIC*.
A bill to amend the Code, In gelation to the
a n Sir
restored to tlie custody of the court for trial.
The bill passed.
, ?T PATRICK'S BENEFICIAL ROCTETY OF THE CITY
UK PORTSMOTTII.
A bill to incorporate thi* company was taken
I up, on motion of 31r. Lemosey, and P,lb
INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL COMPANY OF NOR
FOLK CITY.
A bill to incorporate tliiscompany was taken
' up on inotion of Mr. Robinson, on suspension
i>i the rules, and passed.
AMENDMENT OF THE C0N8TITUTI ??*.
The Senate ordinance amending tl,'' ^hl,r^
trticle of the Constitution came back fromthe
louse with an amendment. It ],rob iblv
>11 motion of Mr. Hulling. Iit i- 1 ? -
mown to most of our readers that the lin * '
Legislature are endowed with the po'i^i.iril
Convention, with r. feret.ee to this; " third
irticle" of the organic law of tin State.
The bill llxes the qualification of voters- *}
provides that -every white male ca.uen ot
twentv-one years of aire, who has be n a r _?
lent of the State for two years and of the
comity or town where he olfers to ^ote*?r
twelve months next preceding an election,
tnd who has paid all State taxes assessed to
him. and also all county, citv and coi por.ition
levies, poor rati s and other municipal ass ess
men ts imposed on him by the proper ant lion
shall linvt' actually paid ?b" ?: me
within th* prwdiiiB y.vir, jlwll ('Jlilni.Vv
to vote for members of ihefTeiui.il A
.,nd all the ..dicer* eh i ted by the people built
si, ,11 not lose his \ot?' by ivmo\al trom one
county before lie acquires the right to \ote in
ttll"/V/yrl*iUU'U That lunatics, paupers and per
sons convicted of bribery, or any infamous
offence, shall have no ri-'ht to vote.
" No person in the military, naval or nvu ine
service of the United States sliall be? deemiu la
resich nt of this State hy reason of being ? -
tioned therein, but citizensof this l>tate, when
in the military service of the I mt d . t
vi,a 11 be permitted to vote under such regula
tions as' mav be prescribed by the General
Assembly where v.-r they may be stationed, the
same as if they were within their lespectiv
cities, counties or districts.
"In all elections lor members of the General
Assembly and other State oirioers votesshall
be given openly or civn cue , and not by ballot,
but dumb persons entitled to suit rage may
?? Tiii- ordinance shall be in force from and
after its passage."
Mr Keen moved to strike out of the bill the
provision which requires that alltaxes &c .
must be paid toeuiitlea man to vote H? said
ii,at it seemed absurd to him that intelligent
voters should be denied the right ot voting
simplv because they h ivetiot paid then taxes.
Mr. M' Kae opposed the amendment. lit
said that in matters of constitutional law he
! was " proud to tie an obi fogy. Our futli is
were wiser in the construction of constitutions
I than we, and that whenever we have altered
ih.. fundamental law we have damaged it
Mr. Gray said that the( ouvention o. 1 Id
submitted to the people a constitution, and n
the same time a separate question ns to
whether citizens should be allowed io\o e who
had not paid tin ir taxes. It was decided by
ihe people bv a vote putting down the pro
posed constitution and atlirming the prim iple
' !h u no man should vote who had nut paid his
1:1The' vote being taken, Mr. Kef.n's amend
nit-lit w is iicjrsiti%chI? . .
. My IUM.ANY movtsl tint the VOtH JUfct tMKOn
>,.. ml. Ii,*.aiil that us acilonwou jl
j dislianehiseone-half the people ol the
Mr. Keen also advocated its reconsideration .
The amendment was reconsidered and the
ordinance 1 lid on the table.
The Senate then adjourned.
house of delegates.
Ilonse met at 12 o'clock. Prayer by the Rev.
Dr. Duncan, ol the Methodist ' lunch.
Clerk read the Journal of yesterday .
OKANOE AND ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD.
Senate r<solution asking a committee of
! conference on the subject of the Orange am
j Alexandria railroad was laid bi fore the
i ^Mr Cabell hoped that the House would
concur with the Senate and appoint a com
mi t toe dt ion ferettce. . .
i Mr Garnett thought that too much time
? had already been consumed in this subject,
land Imped* that the House would stand to
their resolution.
Mr . "VV OODSON called the previous question,
which was ordered. ,, ,
Mr. Garnett moved that the 4 ayes and
-noes" he taken, which motion prevailed.
The vote resulted?ayes. W>: noes, '_'.>.
So the House concurred in the Senate s reso
lution for a concurrence.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Mr Evans offered the following :
| "/.WmL That this House with tbecon^nt
of the Senate, proceed on lhursday, tin. Hr
? day ot 1-Vbrunry. 1600, l>y joint vote of h
Senate, to elect a superintendent. general
agent and storekeeper of the penitentiary
j and Second Auditor."
I Mr. "Woodson moved to amend the rcsolu
. tion by making Tuesday, the 3etli instant, the
! dav for election. Agreed to.
Tlie resolution as amended was agreed to.
ulneral dcff oreen.
Oh motion of Mr. ^,Hxr.rTthon,,'Oftl,o
hall was granted to General Dull Green t<
address such members as would vvisli to at tend,
! c>n such evening as he might select.
foreign insurance companies.
II requiring foreign insurance companies
g business in ibis State to deposit securi
was passed.
OATHS.
ante bill prescribing oaths in certain ca^es
reporietl back from the Com nut tee on
rts ol Justice with the recommendation
it do not pass. There was a bill of the
I- Character already before the House.
, motion of Mr. Jotnes, the bill was laid
he table.
ilN IA LAND, TRUST AND IMMIGRATION COM
PANY.
11 incorporating the Virginia Land, Trust
Immigration Company was P,,t o"
nd reading, and, on motion ul Mr. <jar
passed by.
JAMES RIVER AND KANAWHA < A N AI .
ie bill to amend and re-enact the act enti
44 an act to incorporate the A irginia ( anal
ipany and transfer the rights and lran
, s of the James River and Kanawha Canal
ipany thereto" was put upon its second
mg. On motion of Mr. Graham, the bill
p .ssed by for the present.
RANcEAND SAVINGS COMPANT or VIRGINIA.
11 incorporating this company was P'lt f'u
second reading, and. on motion of Mr.
seb, ordered to be recommitud.
, motion ol Mr. Pendleton, the House
urned. ^^MMMwm
FGKO ABREHTF.DFOR H All N - H U KN I NO 'Wat
s, h is been arrested in Albemarle county
[Turning a barn of Mr. J ? ('? ('hildresH, on
sd-iv night l ist. He was about m be sent
ho Vreedmen's Hureau to ltivhmond for
I but having renvrlied ti?it there vv? ie
'rs more guilty th in lie, it was thought
isable to retain hint at < harlollesville.
ai.eigii STANDARD.-Ex-Governor Mold en
resumed the editorial eontrol oi theltaleigh
ulard.
daughter of the into Hon. W P.Mungum,
uerly United States Senator from North
oilaa, is teaching school In Grange county,
bat State.
MARRIED,
In th? Orrmin Reformed Church. At Bridwburg,
Phlln lelphta. .Tannurv 2M, I"1,;. by Ili?* Ruv? ?'<>hf?
Oautfubeiu, Sir AIMU'nT HUFF. <f Portsmouth,
V?., to Mi-.*, CATHERINE BOEHRINGEK. >?(
Brldesburg, Philadelphia.
At Philadelphia, Pa., on the2nh !n?tanf, in the
Chnfh <>t th? Assumption. by tin* Rev. C. J. II.
Cart r, ANDREW .? PIZZINl'. of Richmond, Va?
to ASS A l?AVIs, of Philadelphia, formerly of
Richmond.
DIED,
In Brunswick countv, mi the 25th instant, in the
twenty-eighth year of Ins age, Dr. 0. WELDO.V
CI.A IrtoR.V K, lortin-rly of Petersburg, lately as*i*t
ant surgeon in the Confederate Sta ten ria\v.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Urjf \ C'nrd to the Public.
1 The firm of BELYIN Ar ATKINSON waadissolrod
by mutual consent noon after the evacuation oi
Richmond, of which due notice lias been given.
The sign of IIKI.VJN & ATKINSON that now
appears on Twelfth street, between Main and
? Franklin, does not represent the former firm : but
; II. A. ATKINSON, of the former firm of Beivin &
Atkinson, will be pleased to nee the friends and
pa*rons of the old lirm of Kelvin & Atkinson at his
' store, on? GOVERNOR STREET, ABOVE FRANK- j
KIN, where they can be suited with GOOD FUR- J
NJTURE at. moderate prices. ja 23?.lw |
#.3" Co-partuerfchip.
, The undersigned, of tho firm of Kent, Paine &
i
Co., have formed a co-partnership for the purpose '
j of conducting a general
AUCTION AND COMMISSION BUSINESS,
under the firm of
PAINE & CO.,
, and have taken the store No. 106 Main street, next
helow Mitchell J? Tyler, and will he pleased to re
j ceive consignments fiorn their friends and the
public. W. 0. PAINE,
ja 19?ts It. A. PAINE.
ltr?T Dispatch Job Printing Ilouvr.?This es
! tabiishraont lias been furnished with an EN- '
TIItEKV NEW OUTFIT OF STEAM PKEsSESand
IMPROVED MACHINERY, and with everything ,
in the TYPE DEPARTMENT that the be>t Founders
could supply, and is now prepared to execute
orders for every description of
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL JOB PRINTING,
FOR MERCHANTS,
MANUFACTURERS,
MECHANICS,
AUCTIONEERS,
BANKS,
RAILROADS, '
steamboats,
express companies,
IN S U It A N C E COM PA NI ES,
IIOTEI.S,
RESTAURANTS,
BOARDING HOUSES,
THEATRES,
CONCERT HALLS,
CLERKS OF COURTS.
SHERIFFS,
CONSTABLES,
. , LAWYERS,
D< 'CfORs,
DENTISTS,
COLLEGES,
8CII0OLS,
and for all other person*, corporations and institu
tions. We print
BUSINESS CARDS, CHECKS,
VISITING CARDS, NOTES,
** AT HOME " C A R DS, I) it A FTS,
WEDDING CARLS, PRICES CURRENT,
BALL CARDS, TITLE DEEDS.
snow cards, trust deeds,
ADMISSION CARDS, LEASES,
ELECTION CARDS, RECEIPTS,
TIMETABLES, TAX BILLS,
W.\ Y-BILLS, LICENSES,
circulars, bonds.
BILL-HEADS,
INSURANCE POLICIES, SHIPPERS* RECEIPTS,
CALENDARS, STEAMERS* BILLS,
notices, druggists* labels,
BILLS OF LADING, TOBACCO LABELS,
.MANIFESTS, CLOTHING LABELS.
BILLS OF FARE, DitAY TICKETS,
CONCERT BILLS, COAL TICKETS,
PROGRAMMES, Wool) TICKETS,
i'IIK\TRE BILLS, BREAD TICKETS,
SHOW BILLS, MILK TICKETS.
POSTERS, all size* ; REWARD TICKETS,
1'ASsENOEU TICKETS, ELECTION TICKETS.
CERTIFICATES OF STOCK,
REN EWAL CERTIFICATE*,
manuFacturLits* labels.
All work ordered will bo don* in tho nnW arti-tic
in inner, and at very row rkick*.
C??Li?RKl> PRINTING ?>F ALL KINDS. JaU
|?"lViiitcrak Ink, i
ALL COLORS AND QUALITIES. ?
We are the sole agents for Virginia of
WADE'S CELEBRATED PRINTING INKS,
and will keep constantly on liand for sale
NEWS, B00K A ND Job IN KS,
COLORED 'NKS OF ALL KINDS,
GOLD SIZE AND VARNISH. '
We will supply all the above as low as they can !
be bought at the manufactory in New York.
The Dispatch is using these inks, black and
colored, in its Rook and Job office.
Orders from any part of the .South promptly filled
UlDGOon & RILEY,
Ja 17?is 121 Main street, Richmond.
<>?? 'Farmers, Vavc \ our Mnuks.
RALE YOUR SHUCKS.
SEND TOUR SHUCKS TO MARKET.
0. 15. STACY Si SON,
DEALER* IN
FURNITURE. CARPETS AND BEDDING,
No. 110 Main street, Richmond,
will pay one dollar per one hundred pounds for all
the SHUCKS ^ou deliver to them at their MAT
TRESS MANUFACTORY', on Cary and Sixteenth
streets, Richmond. de2t'_tn
N
AMUSEMENTS.
E W 111C 1LM O X L>T I I JO A 'J' I i 10.
Cobxeb ok Seventh and Biu-ad sritEKT''.
ORAL* & BRICK EN LESSEES.
J. B. ROBERTS STAGE MANAGER. I
MONDAY EVENING, Jaxcart 29, V'-<i
M 0 N E Y '
AND
r A M I L Y JARS.
For particular* see email bills. 1n U I
rIMlE UOCTURJO of the Hon. HENRY
1 A. WISE, recently delivered fi?r the benefit of
the FoinalejOrphan Asylum, will bo repeated for
tii e Haoie purpose, at tiie sD'u.M) It A1' 11 > I"
CHCRGH, conn r of Main and Sixth street", on
| TUESDAY, January 3?'tb. at "o'clock, P. M.
: M-UJEC r : " FEMALE ORPHANAGE."
Admission. FIFTY CENTS. JJa 2P??t
I lYOlt SALE, a SIX-IIORSE-POWER
r ENGINE and BOILER, with SHAFTING,
PULLEYS, BELTING, fit.-. Also, two STANDI VG
PRESSES, and other SECOND-HAND BOOK
BINDER s lonLS, at a great bargain. Apply at
theTvpe Foundry, E'rankTiu*treet
I ja'.'tf-lw H, L. PELQUZE !i CO.
WANTED, BY A CONFEDERATE
IT SOLDIER Who was somewhat disabled for
fatiguing dutv, a SITUATION en a railroad or in
the mercantile business?has some experience in
either For a good situation lie Is willing to nuke
himself useful generally. Address B F B ,
j ja 2a?at* Ryland's Depot, Va.
0 UN DRIES.?On consignment,
0 CLOVER and ORCHARD GKAis SEED, new
crop;
ANTHRACITE COAL, for family use ;
MANUFACTURED and SMoKl.S'G TOBACCO,
SULK and HaRNKS* LEATHER.
PICKLED BEEF, SORGHUM MOLASSES,
('URN MEAL. tr.*-b ground :
BACON. BI'TTKR, LAUD, HAGS,
BLACKBERRIES, Ac., for -ale in iiuautitie* to suit,
R. R. ROBERTS,
Coniuiif%*i.>n Moirhant.
Basin Bank and Cary,
jiii ?3t between Tenth and Eleventh streets
1 ARIL LAUD, LA KD^Six hundred
I J pounds No. 1 LARD fur sale low to close con
signment.
Ja FRENCH & CRENSHAW
ttORGIIUM, SORGHUM. SORGIIUM.
O Eight barrel* very fine SORGHUM fur salo very
low to clung consignm*!'.
I JuW FRENCH fit CRENSHAW.
auction^sai.es-future day.
By (. bniiUn, Eea \ Co., Auctioneers,
a Main street.
\\TK WILL OFFKH FOR SALE AT
Y Y suction on TUEM'A Y, January 30, lso?, com
mencing at 11 o'clock. A. M.,
25 barrels I'oRTO Kl?'?? SUGAR,
5 barrels POWDERED SUGAR.
3 hogshead* P??RTo RICO SUGAR,
23 bags RIO COFFEE,
bugs LA<1CA \ JiA COFFEE,
2u mats J A VA COFFEE,
5 hogsheads BACON SIDES, t
5 ho,.-heads HA' ON SHOULDERS,
1 hog-heads BREAST PIECE*.
5o half boxes A DA MAN* riNK CANDLES,
23 boxes TALLoW CAN'DLKS,
5e boxes SOAP,
5>? tuba LARD.
5 firkin-prime GoSHEN BUTTER,
25 b irr-ls HERRINGS,
20 barrels .mackerel,
5j kits MACKEREL,
100 sack* LIVERPOOL SALT,
23 barrels MO.Vt?.\*GAIIKLA WHISKY.
3 one-eighth casks FRENCH BRANDY,
5 t cases WHISK Y.
lo cases CLARET WINE,
lo cases poRT WINE,
3 Casks A LE,
lo dozen BASKETS. i
1 barrel PEPPERMINT CORDIAL,
2o baskets CHAMPAGNE.
2-o reams WRAPPING PAPER,
23 boxes STARCH, i
2" gross BLACKING,
is groig matches,
2o Larroh pure CIDER VINEGAR (Isle of
Wight),
Sn boxes Kent's E. r. COFFEE,
15 barrels MOLASSES,
2eo U< \es assorted SPICES,
5) boxes INDIGO,
25,o?o CIGARS, assorted brands.
CHRISTIAN, LEA Si CO., ,
ja CD?2t Auctioneers.
^ ERG KANT'S SALE.?I will sell on
t ' WEDNESDAY next, the 31st instant, at half
past lo o'clock, A. M.. at the auction store <.f I.. ?
Bowman, tin- following property, to satisfy an
attachment in my hands against S. Proskaur in |
favor of Austin \ Co., to wit:
2 barrel* 'eighty-fourgallon*) BL'MGAKDNER ?
WHISKY,
1 barrel (forfv gallons) JAMAICA RUM,
i barrel ? thiriv-fourgallons/ SHERRY WINE,
10 ras. s WHITE WINK, and
to cases imnsiCK CHAMPAGNE.
Pale bv L. Bowman. j
Tkr.ms: Cash. THOMAS V. DUDLEY,
j;i 20?at Sergeant City Richmond. 1
By Paine Ai Co., Auctioneers.
T EASE OF A NEW I HON-FRO NT
I J FIRE-PROOF WAREHOUSE, ?'N CARY
STREET.?Wetake pleasure in announcing that, in
accordance with instruction from the owner, we
will rent, on a le;i*o of three rears, at public auc
tion, (.a MONDAY, tho 5th day or February, at l
o'clock, that valuable ami dphcIod^ NEW IRON
FRONT 11 RE-PR1 ?oF WAREHOUSE situated on
the fronth side of CARY, between VIRGINIA and
FOURTEENTH STREETS, having a front of fifty
feet, ninety feet deep, five stories high, including
the basement, which i- one of the tin?--1 in the city.
The building has been completely lilted up with
otfice*, de-k*. large platform scale*, fiie-proof
\aitlt-, with s;ifes, railway, gas on each floor; in
t e?, with every modern improvement necessary for
tie conducting r-f a large wholesale grocery, com
mission and storage business. Possession given
at once.
This is a r.ir-* opportunity for tho?e in want of
such a war- house, '?>Dig the largo.-; building f?r
-11?? Ix a purpo-e in th" city, and the location cannot*
)>?* excelled, being contiguous to the dock, ba-in. '
r ailroad depots, flouring nulls and tobacco ware
houses.
Ti kms : Made known st the time of leasing,
ja 27?tda PAINE & U?>., Auctioneer*. j
By lsbell & Davis,
Real Estate Agent-and Auctioneers.
TITAT VERY DESIRABLE ANI>
I < KNTKA M.Y-I.'"" aTKD BRH'K I; LSI DKN< K.
"N* THE (??KN*Ei: <?K BROAD AND MAY??
sTREl.Ts. FoR SALE AT A l< TH>.V. _ W; il b.
-old on WEDN E>DA Y. the 31st day of ,Ianu:iry,
upon the promises, at 4 o'clock. P M.. that
- rv -I -i r ii>i. .iii-l cent rally-located BRH'K REM -
DEN'UE on the corner of Broad and Jlayo streets,
eoii'ainntg seven room- t-i side- store-rooms), with
g - fixtures, bath-rooms, brick kitchen, water,
No. The premtse* are retited to a good tenant at
oe- tho-i-aii-l dellar- p<-r annum.
Tkkv.- : One-third ca-h ; balance at four, eight -
and twelve months, n-r negotiable notes, with '
int-r-'sf aiLled, an*l secured by a deeil -?f tru-t.
Taxes for 1 -? ?> |.. be i?:ti 1 by "the tuirchas- r.
ja 27?tds IbBrILL &" DA \ IS, Auctioneer. j
By Harrison, Goddiit St Apportion,
Banker.-, Brokers and Real Estate Auctioneers.
\n:KY valuable lots,ox the
\ CORNER "F GRACE AM> TWENTIETH,
>TRKKTS. F"U SALE AT AU< Tl"V ?Will b.
m > hi at a net i> .n, on the J>r? * till >- "H. <>ii \V EI >N I > I) A \ , ,
t'.i* :<l-' Jiiiitiarv, l-tf'J. at i o'clock, 1*. SI., the I
VALUABLE lot located us ubove, fronting about |
en.' hundred anil twelve feet on ih>' side ot |
Twentieth .-treet, running buck one hundred and !
ifiirty two feet on the swuth side of Grace street, to
f.e divide.I into l'<>nI 1'>'? - of twen'V-eigill feet each, i
I'lieM* are beautiful lots, and located ill an excel- j
lent neighborhood.
Tkp.ms: one-third cash: balance at four and.
eight months, (V r negotiable notes, interest added. 1
secured by a trust deed. The taxes to be ]>aid b\ J
the purchaser. '
ja2d HiRRISOX, GOD 1>IX & APPERSON.
By Pilkinbui, Pallium & Co.,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants,
.No. 40 Main street, Richmond, Va.
rrnrsTK]:s sack of valuable
I li E s T A r it A N T PROPERTY.-On WED*
N E>i?A V, Jamiarv alst, as In o'clock. A. M.t
at (he Dank Kesta'urant, 1 shall sell, by virtue oi
.t deed of trust to ni>* from shanty x Page all
tile STOCK, FIXTURES, goods and FURSlTrRI
belonging to and contained in the BAN K
REST AI KANT, in Locust alley, at public auction,
by consent of all parties concerned. The pro
; r y consisth of tn excellent BAR and MX
TURKS, splendid CHAMBER and PARLOR FUR
MTURK, \. rv tine COOKING ARRANGEMENTS
and KITCHEN FURNITURE: fine FRENCH EN
RAVINtJS ami OIL PA I NTINGS, and all necejo
? irv appliances for a FlRST-Ci.A^S KESTAU- ]
RANT. WILLIAM J. CLOPTON, Trustee, t
Pit Kt.vTo.v, Pn.i.iAM u Co., Auctioneers.
ja 2'i?td.?
By Han Aon, Goddin & Apperson, Auctioneers.
4 I)MIXTSTRAT< >R'S SALE.?Will be !
2\ sold at the residence of the late George D. j
Pace, in the county ?.f Henrico, about two miles 1
and m half from'the city of Richmond, on the'
M< adow Bridge Road, (the residence < f the late .
ThotnaR B. ( arter,) on FRIDAY, the flth day of
Fel.ruarv, 1H>'J, all the personal efiects of tbe said
Georg.* I> Puee. d -ceased, consisting, in part, as I
Miliar*, to wit: HoFsEHoLl) and KITCHEN |
H KNITL'KE, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, two Hue .
Yol'NG MULES and one IIORSK, WAGONS,
Carts and CARRIAGE, CROPS, CORN. FODDER
< OW8, U< ?gs, A< .. kc.
Tekm?: F-.rall sum* of thirty dollars atid un
der, ca*h will lie required; over that amount, *:x
months' credit, f
notes.
or approved, endorsed, negotiable
P. H. HUFFMAN. S. 11 C.,
and ai such administrator of G. D. Pace. dee d.
Kale to be conducted by Hakhihon, Goddim U
APFE..*o.v, Auctioneers. Jit 2"?ids
SHIPPING.
TTOR NEW YOUK.-NI'W YORK'
1 AND VIRGINIA STEAMSHIP ~ 1
TOM i' A N \ ?The magnificent
?.t.-aii'.-iiip NIAGARA, of tti.s well-^^^^
kte.wn and l--i;,-*e-: C>.>!,.?.! line ggBSS
w.ll have LudianiA Watson's wharf, at Rocketta, J
at 2 o'cs.-ck, P M . TUESDAY, for New Y<-rk
Freight received up to tin* hour of 12 M. on the j
day of departure.
Passenger* are requested to be 'punctual to the
h"ur in getting on board.
Tickets and berths secured either on board ship
c.r at my office.
Freight solicited and taken at reduced rat.,?
Fr.-igiit capacity very large, and passenger accotu*
lUO.latiolW unequalled .
Tiie-teamei' of tins line come directly to the i
whart at Rockctts.
ja 2a?-t GARRET F. WATisON. |
g,
1AOR I'll I LA DELPHIA AN1) BOS
I T??N.?C \RGI?ES INSURED to
1 Ir m ti. .ii-of..- e.:i---. 1 v ^tfiiiii* ,
* is -ailing vessels, ch usual i
terms, by KHBMBB ;
MONT AGUE k Willi ALL,
Insurance Agents, No. 2'Jl Main street,
ja 2*?St near Spotawood Hotel.
Hard bread, hard bread,
IIA R D BREAD.?Five thousand pounds HARD
DREAD Mr sale to close consignment.
FRENCH & CRENSHAW.
Dkifd fruit, DRIED FRUIT,'
DRIED FRUIT.?One hundred and fifty
pound- DRIED APPLES foi ealj low to close con
signment.
ja 2# FRENCH k CRKNSIIAW.
'Tin: SO-CALLED CO-PARTNER
1 Mill* heretofore existing under the ntyle ol
FRENCH k CO. being thla day dUsolvod bv arbi
trat'on, the undersigned acumen all just dents due
by the concern, and requests those indebted thereto
tt.make an early settlement with HIM ONLY.
JOHN G1BLIN.
N. D ?J. J. FRLNt II, Esq., in not responsible
for any debt* contracted by me. and 1 will not be
for any of his. (ja 2d?3tJ J. 0.
/ tACTION.?ALL PERSONS ARK
4 i atitioui d against r- celvlng or trading for any
Not h or OBLIGATION purporilltg to be Signed ot
end.>ifed by Fendall Uiitllu, a* l,o tuts been uttei y
iiii .tpulde >>f aiicndiug to any business for the iu
twelve in. nth-. The undersigned ha* lor the la-'
eis lit evil months hud exclusive control of hi*
atfaiix ; and all persona having business with tb?
said F.-udall Griilln are notified t?> apply to the
undi rNignvd Ja27?Jt FLEM1WO (JKlrHN.
OI ll< 11 AND CO U N Tl N (?-110 USE
DESKS.?(?n hand, nupcriur OFFICE un i
M?UNTING*HoUSK DESKS, of auiwrlor Quality
and finish, at low price*. H. A. ATKiNsO.N,
Ja 4 Govvrnur street, one door above Franklin.
AUCTION SALF.S-THISDAY.
Bv Harrison, God din A App*r*on,
Bankers, Broker* and Real Estate Agen??.
DESIKAIJLR an"]) vkky CON
VENIKNTLY-LOCATKD RESIDENCE. on
THE NORTH SIDE OF TART, NEAR THE KA-T
LINE OF FOURTH STREET, FOR SALE AT AUC
TION.
Will be sold at auction, on tbo premise",
ON MONDAY, THE TWENTY-NINTH DAY OF
JANUARY, IM,
at four o'clock, P. M , tho vry <>xce!ient and ?!mI.
rably-located
BRICK TENEMENT
recently In tho oc<*upnn< y ofCt lonel Thorn v W;;.
Hams, and adjoining the residences of Mr Geor.
W. R' yst.r aui Mrs. Jf.lin Su-wart WaA.r, T.
contain*
TEN ROOMS,
besides the u-ual out-bulldings. and .? In a most
desirable neighborhood.
Tlk.ms; One-fourth cash ; balance at six, twelve
and eighteen 'nouthx, for negotiable notes, intyr?t
added, secured by a trirat detl. The taxes tot#
paid by the purchaser.
HARRISON, GOD DIN A APPERSO.V,
J a 29?It Auctioneers.
By Grubbs x Williams, Auctioneer*,
Main street, Cvo doors abovo Spouwood Hotel.
rtOMMISSIOXKRS* SALE OF VAI.
\ j table real estate in the city of
RICHMOND.? Iiicxecutton of a decree of th-Cir
cuit Court of Richmond, entec?1 th ? IT'!, ,t
January, ISM, in the case of *' Wail and wife*.#.
Nott and als," the undersigned, commi-stumr-.
appointed for the j irpose, will * -Ii '' pu'?! <? t ic.
tiori, upon the premises ofi v?-!y. in 'be ?^r !? r
named below, on M"NDA\, SJflh January, b
commencing at 12 o'clock. M.,if fair, if not. :h>*n
<?ntbe next fairdav thereafter, at tLe same h?-ur,
th? following pr- pcrty. to-wit:
The valuable L ?T on the north *ido of Main
street, between Eleventh and Twelfth Greets. ? -\t
above the Exchange Bank, and formerly oemi.,.-1
bv A. Anfoni. It fronts twenty-two mnl a lialfI ???',
an I runs back one hundred and t >n fectto an all. y
in the rear. , , ,, ,
Tiiiaii* regarded one of the most <1 sir.tnle Lots
in the citv, t..-in-r centrally sjtna! 1 at. J cm;v
ni.-nt totfo- b* st 1> i ^ i i i-?f- tart of the city.
A ft? r which. will be side the two tine", thr??-st? ry
RKD'K HOUSES a? the southeast corn- r of J- r an. -
lin and Third streets?tho one a d? ?til?t- ti-tn-i.t,
known an the " Revere House," and the next
adjoining tenement on the cart.
This property isso wetland favorably kn w i
that further d-scrlption is de.-med unnece--.TV.
Sutiice it to s.t> , th" loc.ition id about the best in the
citv for private residences.
Terms : < ?ne-fifth cash; balance at f- ur, eight,
twelve and s-ixtecu monti.s, for notes \v itu inn r. >t
add- d, titles being retained by the court until the
purchase mon-v is fully paid. 1'arc lot-en- to pay
all tax< s f? r
JOHN HOWARD. )
A NDREW J"MN>T' N,> U?mtns-h : ? i -
TIIOM AS J EVANS, )
(?arhBs A Wn.i i.vui4. Auctioneers. J;t 2??t-m
P. S.?After th? sale of tho Lot on Main str< i ,
next door to th? Exchange Bank, will lie - 1
about (>NK HUNDRED AN D HFTY TID'UsAND
oLD BRICK, cleaned ar,?i l ack- I up n sti 1 b '
ja?> GRUBBS & WILLIAM^.
By Grubbs A Williams,
Auctions-is and. !{??:?? 1 Estate Agents,
four door , above Spotswood Hotel.
rI an I)s<> m i; private rlsi
[ 1 1)EN< K. ON 'I HJRD STREET, ?? v : -
ILI., For s.\LK AT AUCTION _(?n M".M AY.
16 2.?th of January, after tho Male of the Revere
otiso?say ar 2 o clock, P. M ? we will sell it
let ion tli" b .ind-onv BRH'K DWELLING situ.i
don the w?-d sj,b< of Third, hotu-e n Areh at i
vrd streets, in.l now occupied by Cob ?ie; \V |,
anieri. It ;s i t nrly new, has ten room*, with fol i
ig doors in b;ts?>io id ; ir??n verandah in ft t r .
itcheti, water arid gas on the premises. Th.
oiise was .-r- ct-'d i'\ the owiu-r for his own ijs..,
id is beautifully tinI?lo 1 thr ughont. The lo< t
mi is v ry de-iriblt*. commanding an extensive
lew of the city and the surrounding m.tv
>ove and bt low the city. Altog. th r, tliis ]- i
?ry valuable property, and it si1(,:ii,i attract t
felitiou ut tlios#' Wishing to trurch ?se a dm ;iab. .
isidenct?. 'I I R'1-; At -ale.
GRUBBS A WILLIAMS, Aiicfj. r
ia 20?tda
FOR RENT.
[/?OK SALE OK KENT.?Wo lift\>. for
t? pab* or rent a large lot of GROUND ? ? i
UlLDlN't>> then on, containing a St. im Iti.ine
f twenty-two horse power, n-arly n. w , t
vdraulic Ureus and a Tobacco I'fs-, L uat.^? rr
N UN HILL. This estat?iis;,iu'nt oifers > {. i. r
iduccnieiUH for manufa< luring puri?s. For fur
icr inl'ormatleu, api?'y to < . I? Y A !.E \ > ,
j:t 2j? t w J roil-Block, Governor-ire. t,
[TOR RENT.?Tho fino framo IUTILI?
[ 1NG situated - II rl.e upp rend <: Wa>!ii' .'
reel, containing seven tine rooms, with a ?. '
aseiuent, a well ? ?( good water in the yhi- i, :? -.it
i<n containing an acre o! land, well f.u I ? .?! a !
i tine cultivation, together unh a nice peach
rchard, i-? for rent.
This location i- siiitntilo for a fro* LAGER-LIiLR
AH DEN AND > .MMI.lt RETREA'I
Any party wialiing to rent this property can r t
reasonably and ot.tairi possession by the let f
ebruarv.
Also l.ir rent. a ?mall FAMILY RF.slDENUE, ? u
ie corner ol Tabu an I Market atrects 1*.
Iron immediately. a. LD.'ilDUKG.
ja 2 lw
[FOR RKNT.-I lisiveTWO KooMSUi
L rent, fun v|. ,1 or ;is r< j? .i I. < ? r ? ?
t on the ur?t floor, large and comfortable,
as with per'' r ;itiaei,.-.| ; sta.'aioe tw
entleiiien, or one with h'n wife. Tile other mt:
'Cond story, with gas, suitable f?-r a single p. ?
eman. Ref'.rencb h exciiang* d. Apply at my r--i
dice, second do< r from r'ouith, on ? l*.v .'r. ? t.
Ja20?t* THGMAR W. Bt.' ' KENBRol'Gll.
FARM FOR RENT.?W" Imvo f.r
L rent a FARM, near Btaplea'a Mill, foar i<. e
'oin Kichiuond, on liroad Mreet road, coi.tainn
iDiIITY'-FIN E A' RLs, belonging t?> < . M l r
ell, with good dwelling and all nee s >rv ?
ousel*, with tine orchard. It not rented pjuvaic>y
cfoiv the HR>T M".M>AY id February, it w. I
?rented utjublic auction at the Comity tout .*
ousc on that day at 12 o'ciock.
COLE A WADE. Main,
between Eighteenth and Nineteenth st< ? '-1.
ia 17?ts c?ver Mct'ormick's store.
HOTELS AND B< )ARDING-H( )t TSES
A KLINUTON HOUSE,
corn*kk Mais a>t? hi x r ji -a:
Having newly innovated ur.l fit'-J up*!. s
WELL-KNOWN AND POPULAR IH
Iain now prepare I to accommodate .my j-er- ? *
wishing
board in* Tin: day, week m^nth
I would ?all the ut to id ion <f tho p::Mie t
PLEASANT AND CONVENIENT LHCaI.IIY,
tnd pledge myself that every ? !!'? r: .shall ! u .
to make it aj re able and comfortable t?> tli*w . ?
may favor the howith their :iu
J a 23-1 w T L. COURT.N EV, Proprietor
BO A K I) IN OM i.ss i;i I >(.?>< ?1>, soldi
hide Main Ktreet, nd <1* r at> ve ??
can take a ft w me re HOARDERS, v ith or w '
lodging. .i-31? -
I )UW11ATA N HOTEL,
X CvRNPft Kf RVRNTH AMI Broad PTKaHt-4
(near the Caniti 1,>
RICHMOND, \1UU1NTA.
G?oKOE J SCAMMELL, Paui'iur. r<a
This HOUSE, having b?<nput in tii"r> ? 1 f
pair and rc-furnUhcd in the t??-t mph
prepared to receive gue?t?. The accomum*
are FIRST i?n I n- c.tr* rei\ ?:; u '
itig In th<* !'<'W II AT AN the c? nifor'* of h i v
til the luxuries < 1 a hotel of the character it it
to (KMarfK, d,. 11? UU
RIU 11 M () N 1> LIEUT INFANTUM
i HLl ?S-COMMls>loNEl) MAV 1". 1 3.-A 1
persons who have connected themselves ? in t 4
company, and jrsens ?i>mi ii ?; to - n, ?r
to att'-nd a meeting for organ./at nm cui M 'NDA?
N EXT, January iJ, i- 5, at o'clock. 1' M
By resolution ?I tao cnupanv, the hci;
member- areinvited t ...?t iuf
J a ????.'( ti \v. J IRVIS, Chairman^
F A KM r KXaTIOIAI HASKiI
Richmond, Va . January 23, l><^. *
4 T THE ANNUAL MKKT1NH < -
4) THE SOi KHOLDEEs of this bank, h* i ?*'
.heir banking-house this day. th'* follow eg g
th-men were elected Directors for the ensuing >' '?
vii:
N. AUG'sT, JDKL A. riTHUN.
J. L HTfc/iSON, Hti.H W IKV.
JOHN DOOLEY, I W GLAZEBlD>f>K
H. B DICKINs?*\ MASON L?>KII,
W. K. M All TIN, KO. A. PAINE,
GEO. W. WEM
And at a bubsi <|uent meeting of the Director* '' '
following oitn rs wore unanimously ciccied, * ?
N At i.f.si'. President.
J.HI. A Kl ( ill AN. Vuo lV ! tit.
I., i\ HULDl'ltb, Cashier
jii J.U-it _
OUANi-l.s, liKMoNS, UHAl'l S.
I have jiiH r'ceivvil, bv uteiwin-r, & *u|>< r '
ol FKE>ll and hWI.I.I oft.\XUE>, to in i? vs 4
and Sicily, and a largo assortuu ut ?d M D v
GRADES, C'nto V MTS. KAlOl.NS. Ac Dubai .
I lull supply ot ? AX I'll.s, Ac., ail of a hU h I > ? 1
for half, l?y v\ holes.tie or retail, at No. vl >1
S I 111 E'f, opposite thu St. I haiie? llotel
ja H- lw? B. CA i H? > '?
J FAMILY liOLTEH MEAL lor m?U ?>'
. Ja'Ja WILLIAM T. RING A cv>.

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