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Jtirhmond <0ispteh.
WEDNESDAY APRIL IS W*.
Mr. Stephens's Evidence.
We publish this morning th?? evidence of
Nr. Stephrss Riven before the Committee on
Reconstruction. Frankly, truthfully, nncl
ably did Mr. Srnrwni?s reply to the Pharisees
and Saducee*. Their artful and entrapping
questions were turned against themsehe*.
Mr. STitrnitNs has more sense than all of them
combined, and more patriotism to boot: Their
whole study and vocation is to malign the
South and excite against her the indignation
of the Northern |teople, that thus they and
their party may control the ofTices, and the
emoluments, and the fat shoddy contracts of
the Government. To this it is that the welfare
and peace of a nation must be subordinate.
Meeting of State Commissioners.
We learn from the Staunton Spectator that
Messrs. .Ton* Jaxsky, Ai.bx. H. 11. Stcakt,
and Wim.iam Martin, the commissioners
elect (Ml by the General Assembly to treat with
West Virginia on the subject of reunion of the ,
States, or the adjustment of their relative pro- j
portions of the public debt, will hold a pre- J
lumnary meeting in Richmond on theSthofj
May. t o interchange opinion* and make such
investigations as may be necessary to put j
them in j?os>ession of all the facts necessary
for 'he intelligent discharge of the duties con- j
tided to them.
The After Piece.
The evening's entertainment of a theatre of j
these days consists often of tragedy and farce.
\1wavs when the trapedv is put on the man- ,
ager's hill of fare, the farce follows as a mat- j
tor of course. Indeed, it seems to he a part of j
i he order of Providence that something in the j
way of relief, either in merriment or repose,
should follow groat anxiety and great events, j
which trv the souls and exhaust the energies j
of mankind. The soldier is carried to his I
grave to the music of the solemn dirge, and
his comrades return to the gay quickstep?
sometimes 44 Yankee Doodle itself.
We suppose it is upon the principle of this
humane provision of an all-wise Creator that
we are now spectators of some proceedings of j
those in authority which are almost inexplica- |
hie upon any other plan of solution, rite j
South has iust played the tragedy through? it |
was the hero. As great tragedians often do,
it h:is taken a seat in the boxes to observe how
the comedians get along with the farce! The
capitol of the nation is the theatre, and the
Congressmen are the comedians? high and |
low; very low. There they play the extrava- j
gant conceptions of the playwrights Stevens j
and SrvsEK, and, like the Chinese plays, they j
are continued from day to day and f?r m<>nth*. |
Simnek plays Bottom with the Ans's ,
worshipped by the black Titan i a, and he so- j
licits Master Peas-IKossom? a hybrid, born of j
4* Mrs. Sqtash," sired by "Pf.ascod to
scratch his whilom sore head, which now be- |
ginneth to itch. Poor Si mnek, he will never j
be disenchanted in this world.
Stevens i? the Caliban of the House. It is j
his lot to trudge through the scenes with the ;
dirty linen for the laundry, and bear labori- I
ously upon his back the fuel that feeds the ,
Hames that does the heating and the cooking ,
of the monstrous dishes for those who play the j
one-eyed and other monsters of the drama, j
He is given to howling with pain ; he is afflict- j
ed in his rolling-mills and water-wheels, and
is addicted to awful imprecations and threats, .
that excite no little merriment 44 down be- I
low."
Wake is the I.. ion of the Senate, who is no
lion. Half his face is seen through the lion s
neck, and his name is named always when he
geis up, lest the ladies bo affrighted, lie is
only Senator WADE-a blustering Wade.
The supple editor of the New York Tiuu n is j
44 SNt'u the joiner " as Moonshine. He tomes
in with a bush of thorns and a lanthorn? ra- j
I her dark, with two lights in it,? and he
comes to 44 disfigure or to present (both sides'
of) the person of Moonshine."
It is needless to run through the catalogue j
of the principal players ; for there are many J
of them, and all are doing their best for the j
good effect of the play, which is a " most la- j
mentablo comedy."
The distinguished spectator of the occasion
scarcely knows what the very singular exhibi
tion means, and what sort of termination to
anticipate. Yet that it is a farce, and all who j
are engaged in it* merely comedians, is very j
plain. Occasionally the course of the action j
looks a little tragic ; but the spectator is soon i
relieved, for he finds that the tragic mask con- >
ceals harlequin, and nobody else.
So this farce proceeds, and the South has :
learned to regard it with little interest and j
l?*ss apprehension.
Keally the proceedings of Congress, which ]
have been devoid of all dignity from the be- j
ginning, have become so extravagant as to be {
utterly harmless, save to the dominant party
of that body and the Northern people. The ,
extremity to which they are hurried by tlieir j
fanaticism and their desire to retain their ?
power through the agitation of the sectional |
prejudices of the times, but heap up wrath i
against the day of wrath for themselves.
Their measures are really impracticable. Can
a law against the unanimous temper and feel
ing of a people be enforced ' Look at the C iv il
i: ights law ! Is that a measure that people are
likely to submit to?
Let the Congress goon. It may be all the
better that they are violent in speech and op
pressive iu the ir measures. The sooner will
the people rise and put them out of power.
The Civil Kights law will arouse wide spread
indignation in the North especially. They are
far more illiberal to the negro there than we
are here. We have given him far more privi
leges here than they have ever given to him in
the North. The rigid enforcement of the law
among Northern men will probably raise a
storm there that may sweep the Radicals, as j
with a whirlwind, from power.
Long ago, the cry in the North among those
who had the power was? 44 this is a white
man's government." It was a sentiment
deeply engraven upon the minds of the Fede
ral soldiers during tho war ; and when the
Congress commands each soldier to associate
with the negro under pain of a fine of one
thousand dollars, he will not very readily sub
mit. This bill is oue of the cancers which have
been developed by radicalism In its depraved
condition. They are of the nature of the off
spring of sin, and will prey upon the vitals
that gavo it birth, and ultimately destroy
them. Thus, by its own violence, is radicalism
to find the termination of its existence. It so
mars it* own work that it reduces all its deeds
to Allotting absurdity.
The South hat learned calmly to look at the
farce.
Tennessee TrtffED Over to Beowwlow ?
For some time past there has been much
trouble in Tennessee growing out of the at
tempt of the Browulowites in the Legisla
ture to pass u law disfranchising all persons
who participated in the so-called "rebellion."
The measure was temporarily defeated by the
resignation of the conservative members. An
election, however, was soon afterwards held,
and their places lllled. It is true that conser
vatives were chosen by large majorities; but
as the radicals already had a majority of the
body, the mere presence of the ^conservatives
u> make up the vote necessary to be had in
changing the Constitution was all the former
desired. Last week, the foul act was passed.
How it i? regarded by the conservative*, the
I ^der may J"dgn from the terms in which it
in announced by the Nashvllte Battntr; which
are it? follows :
i "The Ulot of Ruffianism? Passagi of tho
Franchise Ilill by Hrute Force-Shameless Dis
regard of Law by tho Corruption^* and
i'mrperi ? No Oho to Vote but tho Tools of
Office- Holder*, the Slaves of Power, ami the
Enemies of the People.
?? They have done the deed ! This morning
at 11 o'clock, after the most infamous disre
gard of precedent, principle, or honor, the
necessary quorum ol llfty-six was obtained ;
and like blood-hounds, eauer to seize their
prey, the ma jority of the llmise of Represen
tatives ordered the Franchise bill upon its
llnal vote, and passed it, of course, by fifteen
to forty-one. This result has been obtained hy
the grossest and most palpable fraud, and \\ ill
be enforced by equal violations of law and de
cency. Messrs. Lewis, Steele, Posten, and
Walker, and several others, will be refused
their seats on equally falie and corrupt pi e
tensions."
Martial Law in the Sorm.? Nothing is
more certain in law than that the Executive
has no power to decide upon the legal effects
of any given act of his own; and therefore,
although the President may not have intended
to make the military subordinate to the civil
authorities, yet if such shall be decided by a
court of competent jurisdiction to be the con
sequence of his proclamation, he, like every
good citizen, will be bound to submit to the
decision. Hence, when we are told by the
military of Georgia that the President says
martial law is to continue, or informed from
Washington that he will soon let the military
know the contrary to be the fact, we regard
neither report as deciding anything relative to
the legal question involved. This must be
passed upon judicially before it can be settled.
In the mean time we must submit to have the
military over our civil authorities until the
matter can be adjudicated.
Field kok Philaxthopists. ? Mr.
who has given us so much attention of late
years, and shed so many tears over slavery.
| finds no end to his labors. On Good triday
he presided at a Sunday School meeting at
Rochdale, at which some statistics were made
known that caused Mr. Hkioht to look at a
very dark side of the home picture. In the
towns of Manchester and Salford, which join
each other, it appeared that there were fifty
thousand children receiving no instruction
The locality is regarded the most liberal and
I enlightened part of England. Mr. HriuhtIs
considerably famous for nosing out e\il>, and
his everlasting cry is, "Look at America!'*
He told these Rochdale people to 41 look at
America," and so he tells everybody. He
ought to be sent to America. All the pliilan
' thropists find that it is easier to discover evils
I than to cure them. They cannot fail to dis
cover, too, before they are done, that the more
powerful and opulent a people become, the
more poverty and ignorance there must be ?
the more suffering and vice. To politicians
and demagogues, these things are "stumbling
blocks."
Mr. Peabody Exalted.? Mr. Peabodv, who
has made much money, and therefore is
much distinguished ? aye, and who has shown
no little zeal for the education and comfort of
the million, since they are cousins German of
his, he being a millionaire? has been the reci
pient of no slight queenly favor in an auto
graph letter from Iler Britanic Majesty Queen
Victoria. In this letter the Utteen acknow
ledges her gratitude to him for his munificent
gift 10 the poor of London, and informs him
that she would have knighted him, but that
she had been informed that he considered it
out of his power to accept that honor. She
therefore tenders him, as the next best mark
of her appreciation, her miniature, Ut course
this is construed into a piece of national com
placency, and quite a triumph for the "great
est nation in all creation.** As Mr. PeaB"I?y
was rather hard upon us for four years, we
do not know that we enjoy more of hi* favor
now, especially as we are not represented in
Congress. Yet, not claiming the value of a
pea in the honors to Peabody, it is proper to
say that lie seems desirohs to help some peo
ple, and that, in gratifying that desire, hr is
making a use of his money entirely worthy of
the commendation of the very good Queen of
England. Nevertheless, if there be in the
world Anybody who would emulate this Pea
body, he can find in these southern States a
field equal to his highest ambition !
Reform Bili. in England.? The agitation of
the new Franchise bill in England is to be j
very earnest and vigorous. The party opposed
to extending the suffrage is very firm, while
the friends of the bill are active and fussy. !
The Ministers are suspected of not being dis- '
posed to break their necks to carry the bill. '
Mr. John Bright is, altogether true to his i
reputation in the discussion. In a recent
speech, he warned the people that Parliament
was never hearty for reform, and reminded j
them how it had only yielded on several occa
sions to popular demonstrations of vast num
bers of people filling up the streets not remote ;
from the Parliament House. He suggested to
them that " if Parliament street from ( 'haring
"Cross to the Venerable Abbey were filled]
"with men seeking a reform bill, as it was j
" two years ago when men came to do honor to
"an illustrious Italian, (Garaualdi,) these
"slanderers of their countrymen (the tories
"who spoke disparagingly of the work- I
" ing men) would learn to be civil if they did
"not learn to love freedom.'* Perhaps the i
gibbet or the axe might teach them the latter !
Virginia Land Tax.? Under the act of
August .5th, 1S61, Virginia was taxed
018.06. Up to date she has paid *1 6!'0. 44,
and of course owes *po3, 227.02.
Mr. Wiialey, of West Virginia.? We are
glad that we did not copy the paragraph re
cently going the rounds reflecting upon Mr. I
Whalby's intelligence. We were sure he, who '
had sense enough to sustain the President's |
vetoes, was not such a fool us not to know the j
meaning of the words ,set al." On Monday,
he " lambasted " the reporters who hail slan
dered him in regard to this matter.
Cahsius M. Clay writes from St. Petersburg
a denunciation of Stevens and Sumner. It is
all right that, in the progress of the play, Cas
siub should fall out with his colleagues !
A Grand Jrav Charued to make Present- !
mint of the Military.? The Charleston Mia <
contains the charge of a South Carolina Judge i
to the Grand Jury, In which he instructs them
that the military officers within the jurisdic
tion of his court who have been interfering
with the civil authorities in the administration
of the law must not be overlooked.
HENRICO ELECTION.
Henkk o county, April 17, n??.
1^0 THE CITIZENS OF IIERICO
. COUNT Y.? Gentlemen, ?I respectfully an
nounee myself acaudldate for re-elaction to the
HOUSE OF DELEGATES OF VIRGINIA, to fill
the vacancy occasioned by the resignation ol
Franklin Stearns, Esq. Election, 24th May.
_ap l*_lt J. J. ENGLISH^
I ELECTION FOR MEMBER OF THE
!i HOUSE OF DELEGATES FOR HENRICO.- j
Editors, ? 1 see by the proclamation of the
Governor that an election is ordered to bo held <>n
tftti 24th of May for a member of the House of I>?-le ? ;
Kates to till the vacancy created by the resignation
^f Frauklin Stearns, Esq. I desire to call the at- !
wnitoa of the voters or the oounty to GEORGE D.
".?'?'-Asa NTti, K??| , as the most suitable person
Vg*y Hud to represent them In the Legislature. '
*r. rleasHuts wa? for many years Sheriff of the
county, and at pre^ant fills most worthily the posl- .
nJi.? Justice of the County Court.
This article laakrUt.-n without consultation with
Mr. Pleasants jwlt if ho will consent to serve, I 1
know of no ventleiaait to whose hands tho interests
of his constituents could bu more safelv entrusted.
. A VOTER I
Henrico COUNTY, April ie# lstse. ap 17? u l
SPECIAL NOTICES.
JUT NOTICE.? We I ii v 1 1 ?' the attention of tlo>
trade to ??u r sale of
FRESH DRY GOODS,
BOOTS A MEMOES,
HATS, ?
STATIONERY, 4c. ,
to take place tit oar auction-rontiiH THIS MORN
1 NO at 10 o'clock.
aj? 1?? it PAINE A CO., Auctioneers.
I
*iT SPECIAL fc'OTICE.? The RICHMOND
8AVINGS BANK AND INSURANCE COMPANY
am prepared to receive money on ?l?>p<>?lt In buiiis
of any amount. and pay interest on the same.
The attention of t 1m* la holing portion of ? ?u r com
munity is especially called (utile advantage of de
posit i iiij small sums of money in thla institution.
Office at the ? tore of Messrs. W. Ira Smith & Co.,
*\o. 112 Main street.
S. S. COTTRELL, I*r?-M?l. i?t .
T. H. Stahki:, Cashier. ap 1"? .it
*? com: a tcknur,
NEWS DEALERS, WHIG BUILDING,
1 Furnish the daily papers ot
NEW YORK,
PHILADELPHIA,
BALTIMORE,
and WASHINGTON,
at 1 Ii o place* of business and residences of citi
zens, immediately after the arrival of train*. or
der- left at their counter will injure the prompt
delivery of any paper daily. ap 1*? ts
M'" SPECIAL AOTICE.
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
REDUCED PRICES.
1 am op? ning a largo additional supply of
NEW AND DEAUTIFUL GOODS,
selected th is week e\pre>sly for retail? all at re
duced prices.
N. 1 ? . ? All u'OfxN before on hand will he marked
? down from this day to suit the general reduction
j in the market.
Our friends may expect t<> tiud everything in "iir
stock as low as the same goods can he bought else
where.
The Mock is larger and more complete than it has
been before at any time, embracing all that is new,
desirable, and useful.
We invite attention to our splendid stock of
DRESS OOODS :
RICH PRINTED GRENADINES and BAREGES,
MOZAMRIUI'ES, ALPACAS,
LENDS Dl'CALS,
MOHAIRS and ENGLISH BAREGES,
BLACK and SECOND MOURNING GOODS of all
kinds,
.'SPLENDID ORGAN DIES, JACONETS, and
LAWNS :
PRINTED LINEN LAWNS, white and colored
pit|iies :
BEAUTIFUL PLAID and S II IRRED MUSLINS,
REAL POINT, MALTESE, and VAL. COLLARS
and SETS, in every variety of style and
j shape ;
ELEGANT SILK MANTLES,
; LAMA and DAM ASS IE LACE POINTS and C1R
I CLES,
HOSIERY of every description :
In LINENS. HOUSEKEEPING GOODS, FAMILY
I COTTONS, &c., our stock is complete :
SPRING and SUMM ER CLOTHS and CASS I M ER ES ,
LINEN DRILLINGS, DUCKS, \c., for men and
b< ?vs ;
PLANTERS' and SERVANTS' GOODS in great
varietv.
JOHN C. MILLER,
j ap !?'? ts corner Main and Ninth streets.
frJTM'ECIAL NOTICE.
We are receiving per steamer to-day large addi
tions to our stock ot
WHITE GOODS AND NOTIONS.
One of our tirni is now in the Northern markets
talcing advantage of the recent decline in Goods,
and we are contident that both our STOCK and
PRICES will meet the approbation of merchants
I visiting our city.
Our stock is now larger and more attractive than
it ha< ever been, and we are determined to sell <iur
GOODS at prices satisfactory to the closest buyers.
We cordially invite the inspection of both city and
i country merchan's.
BURRESS, POWERS & YANCEY,
ap fi_2w 112 Main street (up stairs).
N
AMUSEMENTS.
E W 1 1 1 CI i MON D Til EAT 1 ; E.
S. B. DUFF1EI.D Manager.
Last week of (lie ta lented artistes,
Miss MAKY .MITCHELL ??tn?l
Mlt.J. W. alba ugh,
WEDNESDAY EYEN1NG, A nut 1-,
Second t i me in thi*> city of the Drama lrom the
French. I h<'
Dl'KE'S MOTTO.
Bt. \V. UK DE N KVKKK Mi-- MARY MITCHELL.
La*;aki?kui: Mr. J. W. ALBAUGH.
FANCY DANCE Miss KATE PARTINGTON.
To conclude with
THE YOUTH WHO NEYEIiSAW A WOMAN.
Con.v Miss MAKY MITCHELL. !
[ap IK? it]
^fETKUI'OM TA N HA hi..
WYMAN'S G I FT EXHIBITION.
BUILD1 NO LOTS,
Twentv-flve by one hundred feet, valued at two I
hundred arid tifiv dollars each, for tiftv cuts. I
Also, a LAROE NUMBER <>l USEFUL ARTI
CLES (J 1 V E N A W A V E V E K Y N 1 C. II T A T M ET K< ?
PuLITAN" HALL, Richmond. MONDAY, TUES
DAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, and
SATURDAY, Aj?ril 1?, 17, K 19, ?.'<>. and :'i MAT]
NEE, with gifts, SATuRDA Y, April '.'1, at n o'clock. ,
Admittance to Matinee, nts . No half price.
Positively but SIX NIGHTS ONLY.
Admittance, ;"o cents. S. -cured seats, 7." cents. j
Gallery, 25 cents. No half price to any part of the i
house.' Ticket ofHce open all day. "Secure vour :
Tickets early, and thus avoid the crowd at night.
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Performance to com- |
mence at ?*. , aplt? 7t*
|^LOlTH, CORN MEAL, AND MILL;
X OFFAL, can now he had at the
GALLEGO MILLS' CORN MILL.
FLOUR or MEAL exchanged for WHEAT or
CORN.
ap is ? 6t * WARWICK & BARKSDALE.
TO THE EDITORS OF DISPATCH:
1 Gknti.emkn,? In your paper of yesterday is an /
article signed "Justice," that has completely con- I
vinced me of the propriety of electing a new Board J
of Trustees for the town of Manchester. Apart |
from the had character of the present incumbents, ;
there are charges t<? be laid at their door that, in
my opinion, deserve severe rebuke. When this
good old State was calling for every man to go in j
the field, yet these men, although mostly over llftv j
years of age, stayed at home, when they were just i
as ahle toshouldor a musket as some Marylanders, !
doctors, constables, and magistrates that did not go.
Not only this, hut even during the war they were
guilty of gross extravagance with the funds of the
town. W hen the p?or were in want of bread, they |
actually spent thousands of dollars of the hard j
taxes of our citizens, and even bought bread with
it for distribution. This they had no right to do. (
The County Court had made som?? provision for the
purpose, 2i ti?J they had no right thus to spend our
money. But this is not all. The Treasurer of the
Boaru, for handling and being responsible for
twelve or fourteen thousand dollars (a small sum
at this time), absolutely receives ?u<?o.oo for his ser
vices, and by a vote ol the Board the President is
paid twice as touch. 1 think these salaries ought I
to he reduced at least one-half, considering how 1
hard the times are.
I have heard that the present Board desire a free i
bridge. This 1 am opposed to. What little pro
duce is sold in our town is because the people who [
ha ve it to sell are so poor that they cannot pav the !
toll. If you have a free bridge, nothing will stop j
on this side. 1 prefer free voting to free bridge.
Let every man that shouldered a musket in tne
late war be allowed to voto. Of course I do not 1
mean Africans, although 1 have heard that some of
them fought gloriously under the star-spangled
banner.
These are a few of the high crimes and misde
meanors committed by the present Board, foi
which 1 wish them to be lit* Id up to public gaze, ,
and meet public indignation.
ap le?? It* _JN NO CEIfCE.
TXTHITE LEAD, from the " National I
T f White Lead Works," in quantities to suit
dealers, for sale by the agents,
PALMER, HARTSOOK k CO.,
ap 1#? 1? Libbv Buildings.
JJETTEK.? Twenty tubs GOSHEN
BUTTER receiving per steamer Hattera-, on
consignment, for sale bv ...... .
a | , l ? W I LL JAM T_ KING A Co.
i EGA It! SUGAR 1 1
25 hogsheads PRIME 8UOAR8,
6? barrels REl'INED BUG A 118.
luhil A. Y. b'fOKLS U CO.
S
SPECIAL NOTICES.
IIMIAULT Jfc CO.,
AUCTIONEERS, &<:.
!fo*. H32AHD *31 MaIX STItEBT, BKTWBBK El'-HTH
a xn Nixth.
PAY PARTICULAR ATTENTION To
SALES AT PRIVATE RESIDENCES,
THE CLOSING OUT OF STOCKS,
1 CARGOES, Sir.
Tkrm* : Moderate.
JOHN F. REGNAULT,
J up '-tin WILLIAM L. MAULE. ,
j ftfrilllHiOOI) A R I LEY,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BOOKSEL L E R 8 AND 8TATIONBR8,
121 Main htrebt,
keep connta ntly on hand a complete stock ?<f
: SCHOOL AND COLLEGE TEXT BOOKS,
CAP, LETTER, AND NOTE PAPERS, ?
I ENVELOPES,
BLANK BOOKS, SLATES,
PENS AND INK, 1
and other
SCHOOL AND OFFICE STATIONERY ;
all of which are offered at the
L O W E S T M A R K E T RATES.
Country Merchant* invited to examine our st?>ck ,
lit'fort' purchasing. Order# promptly attended to.
mli 21 B. Si R.
I BA.N'KIX?i-Ilort?K or W I I.I. I A M IV Is<\A'S & C'o.J
2(H h March, 1*66. { j
ftr" %OTI('E.-Wi' are prepared to issue VIR
IgINIA REGISTERED BONDS in sums of ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS and its multiple for the
COUNTERSIGNED NOTES of the
BANK < ?F SCOTTSVI LLE,
BANK OF OLD DOMINION,
BANK OF Pill LLIPPI,
BANK OF HOWARDSVI LLE,
MONTICELLO BANK.
mli 2-?? lm WM. B. ISAACS & CO.
ROliKItT A. LANCASTER, I*. J. WRI'illT.
J. F,. W I IMAMS.
*-?" LANCASTER Ar < O.,
BANKERS AND STOCK
AND EXCHANGE BROKERS,
Richmond, Va.,
buy and sell on commission
STATE, CITY," RAILROAD,
and other
BONDS AND STOCKS,
Dealers in
DOMESTIC and FOREIGN EXCHANGE,
GOLD AND SILVER,
NEGOTIATE LOANS,
RECEIVE DEPOSITS,
MAKE COLLECTIONS on all principal cities,
mli 2d ? tm L. W. ROSE, Teller.
JOll.N E. DOI1ERTY.
MERCHANT TAJ LOR,
Main btreet, between Eiohth and Ninth,
has received his SPUING STOCK of
CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES,
VESTINGS,
to which h ?"? c;ills attention. The stork is larjje, i
I ami contains the various WEAVES, COLORS, and
? QUAL1TI ES produced for the season by the most
CELEBRATED MAKERS.
Strength of color and d ura hi I i t y of fabric has been
his object in selection, and confident tiiat his judg
ment will he approved, heasks an examination ; at
the same time, pledges the
| STYLES OF GARMENTS
hliall be satisfactory to all who order.
W. S. TUPMAN,
for a long time in the clothing trade, can he found
at Mr. Doherty's* store, where lie will !?<? pleased
to show the stock, which he can recommend as per
j feet in everv particular. Ho also makes
SHIRTS TO ORDER,
good in quality, low in price as possible, and a tit
! guaranteed.
MAIN STREET, BETWEEN EIGHTH AND
mli -2?1 in NINTH.
K3TIMii:LL \ DAVIS,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS AND AUCTIONEERS, (
Corn I' R Et'JHiii and Main streets,
WILL RENT OCT HOUSES,
SELL REAL ESTATE,
both at auction and privately;
NEGOTIATE LOANS, Sic.
mh 21 ? 1 in
Rk-gT CO-PA KT\ ERSII I P.
The undresigned having formed a co-partner- j
ship, for the purpose of conducting
A WHOLESALE GROCER V, PROVISION, AND j
GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS,
under the name of
STONE, WILSON k FOSTER,
and having taken the commodious warehouse on
j Cary street, second door below Pearl, are now j
! receiving a general supply of
GOODS IN THEIR LINE,
which will he made complete in a few days, and to I
which they respectfully call the attention of the
! trade. HAMILTON J. STONE,
of Petersburg ;
JOHN B. WILSON,
of Petersburg ;
; mil 13 ? ts R. T. FOSTER.
FOR GAIIDE.\EKS AND FAIU1EKS.
FRESH AND RELIABLE GARDEN SEED,
just received and for sale by
WILLIAM H. SCOTT, Druggist,
corner of Franklin and Seventeenth streets,
fe 3 ? ts
CO-PARTNERSHIP.
The undersigned, of the firm of Kent, Paine &
Co., have formed a co-partnership for the purpose j
of conducting a general
AUCTION AND COMMISSION BUSINESS,
under the tirm of
P A 1 N E k C O . ,
and have taken the store No. 106 Main street, next ?
below Mitchell & Tyler, and will be pleased to re
ceive consignments from their friends and the
public. W. G. PAINE.
Ja l!?_ts R. A. PAINE.
'FARMERS, SAVE YOUR SHUCKS.
BALE YOUR SHUCKS.
SEND YOUR SHUCKS TO MARKET.
G. B. STACY k SON,
DEALERS in
FURNITURE. CARPETS AND BEDDING,
No. 110 Main street, Richmond,
will pay one dollar per one hundred pounds for all
the SHUCKS you deliver to them at their MAT
TRESS MANUFACTORY, on Cary and Sixteenth
streets, Richmond. de 29? ts
B
O () K S .
INDIAN CORN; ITS USES. VALUE, AND CUL- I
TIJRE. By Edward Entield. $1.7">.
THE IDLE WORD: SHORT ESSAYS UPON TIIF
Ul FT OF SPEECH, AND ITS EMPLOYMENT i
IN CONVERSATION. By E. M. Gouldburn,
D. D. *t.2.r?.
SOUTH SONGS; FROM THE LAYS OF LATER
DAYS. Collected and edited by T. C. De Leon.
*1.75.
ST. MARTIN'S SUMMER. By Miss Brewster, t
$*' 23
ST." MARTIN'S EYE. By Mr*. Henry Wood. *2.
BULWER S NEW WORK. -THE LOST TALES <>F
MILETUS. Bv Sir E. L Bulwer. *1.
THE ADVENTURES <>K REUBEN DA VIDGER, A
CAPTIVE IN BORNEO. By James Greenwood. 1
Illustrated. *1.75.
VICTOR HUGO S NEW WORK. -THE TOILERS
OF THE SEA By Victor Hugo, author of Les i
Miserable!. 75c.
WOODHOUSE k PARHAM.
Books jllers and Stationer*,
4p t < Governor street .
BOARDING. ? One or two small fami- 1
lies, or several single gentlemen, can be ac
commodated with FURNISHED ROOMS AND i
BOARD, in a pleasant situation ami on reasonable
terms, by applying at No. DvO Sixth street, between
Clay and Leigh, t? Mas. MONTAGUE, ap lx-3?
/^KAIN BAGS. ? Two hundred and;
v_I fifty second -hand GRAIN BAOS for sale by
JOHN N. GORDON k SON, i
ap II Fourteenth street, near Exchange Hotel.
ISS CJIBHS WILti GIVE VOCAL )
... AND INSTRUMENTAL LESSONS by the
month or quarter. Six Dai.i.ak* pk* Month. Ap
ply at the Arlington House. inh *o?t?
"HEATHERS. ? WESTERN L I V E
A GEEESE FEATHERS for sale, on consign
ment, by JOHN N. GORDON k SON,
ap lj Fourteenth street, near Exchange Hotel.
M
AUCTION 8ALES-THIS DAY.
By Regnanlt k Co., Auctioneer*,
Main street, between Eighth and Ninth.
WE WILL SELL AT AUCTION
T? THIS (Wednesday) MoRNINOxat lo o'clock,
at '?ur storp, the entire stock of HOUSEHOLD ami
KITC'HRN FURNITURE of a family who 1m declin- i
ing hnnselcepinir, together with a variety of NEW !
FURNITUKEand MERCHANDISE generally, em- l
braHng, in part.
& MAHOGANY and WALNUT CABINETS? 1
second hand ;
3 MA HOC# ANY and WALNUT CABINETS
new ;
5 MAHOGANY and WALNUT BUREAUS? t
now ;
MAHOGANY SOFAS and WARDROBES,
PINK WARDROBES.
TABLES and PRESSES,
1 i C< >TTAG h and oiher BEDSTEADS,
ROCKING, CANE, and WINDbOR CHAIRS,
3 TIN SAFES.
fi WA8HSTANDS.
I lit IN MAT HACK,
DINING TABLES,
BOOK-CASE,
LOUNGES,
FEATHER BEDS,
BOLSTERS and PILLOWS,
II A I K and SHUCK MATTRESSES,
SPRING BED.
CROCKERYWARE,
CARPETS,
BLANKETS,
MIRRORS,
DESKS,
IRON and STONEWARE.
.1 rag** BOYS' and MEN'S CAPS,
1 DOUBLE-PLATED COFFEE URN and ICE
U< ?W L.
l? gallons SUPERIOR RYE WHISKY, in bar- '
re Is :
1<? cam's SUPERIOR RYE WHISKY.
20 cases ('LA RET and BORDEAUX WINE,
t cases SUPERIOR BLACK INK.
with many other articles too numerous to mention
in an advertisement.
apl?? It REGNAULT k CO., Auctioneers, j
By E. B. Cook, Auctioneer,
Office No. 9?; Main street.
TiMSANIv LI X- ST KEET HOTEL Kl'R- 1
27 N ITU RE AT AUCTION. -On WEDNESDAY,
the Hth in-tant, at !?> o'clock, I will sell at the
Franklin-Street Hotel, >rn ?? r Franklin street and
Locu-t alley, all the FURNITURE in the above i
building, aiid embraces the contents of
THIRTY-FOUR CHAMBERS,
neat I v furnished with BEDSTEADS, BUREAUS, i
WAR'DRoBES. WASHSTANDS, CHAIRS, LOOK -
ING-OLA>SES, HA IK aiidSHCCK MATTRESSES,
BOLSTERS, PILLOW^, BLANKETS, SHEETS,
COUNTERPANES, &c.
IN THE DINING-ROOM
will be found BLACK WALNUT EXTENSION
tables, chairs, side tables, kefkksera
ToRS, a larire assortment of CROCKERY, GLASS
WARE, KNIVES and FORKS, &e.
THE BAR-ROOM
contain- very handsome BAR FIXTURES, DECAN
TERS, CLASS WARE, &c.
IN THE KITCHEN
ntav be found elegant lari;e Ci >OKlNG-SToVES, i
OVEN. TABLES, TUBS, BAKING UTENSILS,
TINWARE, &c.
ALSO,
OFFICE FURNITURE generally, of good quality.
A LS< >,
A large Assortment of SADDLERS' and HAR
NESS-MAKERS' TOOLS, BENCHES, CLAMPS,'
&c., embracing every article nece-sai'v to complete
sets.
The attention of the public is called, as tli?^ sale
is peremptory. E. B. COOK,
ap 17? tils Auctioneer, j
By Grubbs & Williams, Auctioneers,
Main street, live doors above Spot>wood Hotel.
TWO SMALL nmciv mVELLINTJsJ
1 ON MARSHALL. NEAR MUNFORD STREET, j
FOR SALE AT AUCTION.? We will sell at auc
tion, on the premises, on WEDN ESDAY, the 1-th
day of April, at half-past 1 o'clock, P. M . the two
neat BRICK COTTAGES located as above, (con
taining, each, three rooms, with kitchen. The j
lots front twenty -four feet each* by one hundred .
and lit'tv. to an* alley. These are 'very desirable
small dwellings.
Ti.km- : One-third cash, the balance at four and t
eight months, with interest. Taxes l'or l'Uii to be j
paid bv the purchaser.
ap l?" GBl'BBS A WILLIAMS. Auctioneers.
By Paine & Co., Auctioneers,
No. loO Main street.
nliv fiOODS, HATS, SHOES, <fce.,
AT AUCTION. -On WEDNESDAY, the Hth
i n-ta ill, commencing at 10 o'clock, we will s??l I at
our a ii< lion rooms a large and desirable assort -
mont of FKKSII DKV GOODS,
SHOES. M ATS,
STATU ?EUY, \c. ,
comprising a great variety of now and choice
goods suited to th.- spring trade.
PAINE k CO.,
ap 11 Auctioneers.
By Harrison, Goddin & Apperson,
Bankers, Brokers, and Keal Estate Agents.
fr\v<> new brTtk ten km ents i
! AND LEASEHOLD*. ON THE EAST LINE OK
THIRTEENTH, BETWEEN .MAIN AND CARY
STREETS, Fott SALE AT AUCTION.? Will he I
sold .? t ;? ? : < t i ? ? 1 1 , ? ? 1 1 the premises, on WEDNESDAY,
lMh April. I-e?. at 1 o'clock, P. M., those two new
BRICK TEN EM ENTS located a- above. They are
admirably adapted (or stores, and their location for
business purposes is in a most desirable part of the
city.
The tenements will be sold Mihject to a ground ,
rent of seven hundred ami tifty dollars per annum,
having ten year.- to run, with a proviso that at the i
end ot the lea-H the buildings are to be taken by
the lessor at valuation.
Tkkmj* : one-third cash; balance at four and
ei^'ht months, for negotiable notes, interest added,
and till" retained tiii all the purchase money is!
paid. The taxes to be paid bv the purchaser.
HARRISON, GOD DIN & Al'PERSON,
ap 13 Auctioneers.
By James M. Taylor, Auctioneer,
Oilice opposite the Spotswood Hotel.
I )l'RSUANT TO~A~ DECREE entered
1 by the Court of Hastings for tin* City of Rich- 1
tnond' on the Mb of December, H?5, In the suit ??f
"Swann and others rx. Schemerborn and others,"
1 shall, on WEDNESDAY, the l*th day of April,
at half-past t o'clock. 1*. M., sell, upon the
premises, the HOUSE and LOT on Jackson street,
between First street and Brook avenue, in the city
of Richmond, of which Maria W. Henning die'd
seized and possessed, (and as to which she died
intestate,) in the bill and proceedings mentioned,
upon the following terms: One-third cash, one -
third on a credit of six months, and the remaining
third on a credit of twelve months, with interest
on tin* deferred payments from the day of sale.
Negotiable notes will he required for the deferred
payments, and the title to the property will be
withheld till the whole purchase money be paid
and a conveyance he directed by the Court. The
purcha-er may pay the whole purchase money in ,
cash, if he shall prefer to do so.
The residence is a desirable one for a small '
family. THOMAS J. EVANS,
Special Commissioner.
Sale conducted by Jamks M. Tayi.ok, Auctioneer. 1
ap 1'2? tds
LOST, STRAYED AND FOUND.
STOLEN FROM THE SUBSCRIBER,
at Sugar Uott- in, on Ninth street, in |
this cifv, on the night of Saturday, 3M
March, a OKAY HoKSE, branded " [T
upon the near fore shoulder, and "SM upon the J
neck, under mane, and about fourteen hands high.
I will give FIFTY DOLLARS reward for the re- '
coverv of the horse and his delivery to me at Sugar '
Bottom.
ap ill? i;t JOHN GILL.
ONE THOUSAND SACKS LIVER
POOL and GROUND ALUM SALT,
PORT WINE, in casks;
HOLLAND GIN, In glass ;
ERENi 11 BRAN DY, in tflass ; for sale by
PALMER, HAKTSOOK k CO.,
ap K> Libhy Buildings.
T>APER.
j. loo reams I?ooK,
50 reams LAWYERS' LEGAL CAP,
5o reams F< " >LSCAP,
ISo reams LETTER,
"5 reams NOTE,
50 reams BILLET.
For sale by ROBINSON k FAIRBANKS,
ap w Paper Warehouse.
1 >RIME SUGARS.
1 S hogsheads PRIME PORTO RICO SUGAR,
Mo boxes ADAMANTINE CANDLES,
5o dozen BUCKETS, large and medium ;
20 bags Rio COFFEE,
3o bags PRIME COFFEE,
on consignment and for sale by
rohli A. Y. STOKES A CO.
ONE HUNDRED BARRELS CHOICE
FAMILY FLOUR; fifty barrels Extra Flour;
one hundred barrel* Baltimore Superfine Flour;
lor sale by
apji7 F R E NTH k C R ENS HA W
T)ORTO RICO SUGAR. -Twontv-Iivo
X hog&hsads pritoe PORTO KICO SUGAR, just
received on consignment,
ap 17 A Y. STORES k CO.
RE I I N I : I > SUGA Hs. ?Thirty barrels
C Yellow and Extra C SUGARS; ten bar
rels A COFFEE SUGAR.
ap 17 A. Y. STOKES >00.
'"three II I N DllED KITS No. 1
1 MACKEREL, selected and packed expressly
for this market, for sale bv
mh ? FRENCH k CRENSHAW
ONE HUNDRED BARRELS No. I
HERRINGS, now landing ex-BritUh brig W.
D. Na?h, for sale low to clos* consignment.
mh tt FRENCH 'V CRENSHAW,
fitUHNISHlNU UOOD8.~-Gontlom?tifH
Undemhirts, Drawers, Socks, Suspenders, Ties. |
Gloves, &C.. in great variety of styles and prices, at
WhllTEN BAKER A WILLI A MS'.
apll 102 Main street.
AUCTION BALES? FUTURE DAY
By Grtibbn A William*, Auctioneer*.
Main *treet, fire dooraabore gpotswood |f0t ...
VERY VALUABLE B U 8 1 N K S s
STAND, 05 BROAU STREET, NEAR BK'< ;?
AVENUE, FOR SALE AT AUCTION -W- * f>
u-ll at auction, on the premiae*, on FRIDAY,?
roth of April, at half-pant 4 o'clock, P M
?MALL STORE located as abov? d*-<?rih<-d. , .
scrupled bv M<H"?r*. Crnmp A Brother ** a jtr< <
Hie LOT fronts twenty-three feet on Br? <?.j . r .
tnd runs bark abont one hundred and thlr'v f. ?
*n alley. This i* very valuable nroo. rty
Tkrm-i : At ?ale. Th<* t*x** (or to ho ? , ?
by th* purchaser. GRUBBtf A WILL! AM*
Hp U ? tdt A action* .
l'?y Grnhb* A William*, Auctioneer*.
?Main street, fl ve door* abovo Spotawood II- ?.
TWO VALUABLE SMALL BR!? K
1 TENEMENTS, OJf Ht'LL (OR MAIN, STf:f ;
IN MANCHESTER. For SALE AT AU( 1 1' ...
Wf will *?ll at auction, on the premises, < i\ 'I r*
DAY, the 21th day of April, at 4J o*cI?i< k, P M
th<- tw?. substantially built BRICK TEN EM.1.;. ; ?
located as above described, being the proper?-.* .
Ion# occupied by the late Green Hall. Tney?
tain each Ave rooms, with kitchen. The pr.
in wt-ll ?uited for stores or dwellings. One of ?
l< now us^d a- a store, and the other tn.iv
very small cost. Thin afford* a good opp>>r> f
for inv-stment in the most improving j.,n
Manchester.
Tkkms : One third ra-h, the balance nt n.x^
twelve month*. with interest. The t ix<?? f?.r !?
be paid by the piirchaiiers.
apjN GRITBBS A WILLIAMS, Ancttom r
Jly Grubbs A Williams, Auctioneer*,
Main street, five doors above Spot* wood Hot* I.
Bkh k dwellinc;, ox frank.
LIN STREET. opposiTE MASONIC h s
FOR SALE AT AUCTION.? Will I... >.,|.| at /"
lion, on the premises, on THURSDAY, the
April, s?t half-past I o'clock, 1'. M., the BE
DWELLING located a- above describe I. D ,
tains seven roonw, and hit* Kit" and was r :
lot fron's twenty-?hree and a half f? < ' "n Ki.tr
street, and runs" back about one hundred anj
feet to an alley.
Tkkm- : At -ale. The taxes for l-?ft to p*. i ?
the purchaser.
ap lt OKI" BBS A WILLIAMS, Auctioneer-.
WANTS.
WANTED, GARDENER? GOOD
TT wagesgiven; AGENTS, COOKS and H<>; *
GIRLS.
A good -recommended white girl wants a
tion t<? ii?> g? neral house-work.
WaNTEu, to rent out nice furnished room*,
th'- best part of the city. Referent* exchan..
WANT EI), to cell out* tlie good will and tix
?>f a restaurant. Situation wanted an Teach'.!,
a graduate of Randolph Macon College.
White and colored labor on hand. Tho>e i.
ing any kind of help, and those out ofetaj l
iii<* nt , will do well to call at or address the
SOUTHERN EMPLOYMENT AGEN? Y,
Franklin ftr> et. near Ninth .
ap !?? ? it Post-office box !?:, Richmond, Y.i
ANTED, n good FARM HAN D.
o
go to the \ alley. Apply at tbi- office
ap 17 ? 3|
MISSINd MEN. ? INFORMAL H?\
IS WANTED of the fate or \vhere?b..ut?
C. W. ARTHUR, who was in the Fir^t Mi>- -?
regiment, Confederate Statea Army, and1? v a-.
TIIUR, of Virginia Troops, Confederate fcu: ?
Armj'? r-'giment unknown.
Tb'e widowed mother of these gentlemen ? *r
estly desires to know <d' their tate, and all ?
friends of the helpless, needy, and di^'r i . .
re<| nested to send any information they may i.
or get to Mr. IIARGRAVE, keept r of hotel, !..
don, Mississippi.
All papers in Virginia and North Car.
friend iv 'oa distressed mother will pl? :t- ? ? .
many times as tin v possibly can.
MARY ARTHUR,
who is a Mason's widow, an I
ap 12 ? lw* a member of the adoptive d* cr
WHITE LABORERS. ? Elirlit firs;
IT class WHITE LABORERS want
farms an LA Bore US.
CHENERY k DUDLEY,
Agents American Emigrant Corai'ar y,
mil 13? is Basin Bank, over Gwathiney & ii i
RAGS. ? Cotton and Linen Rags,
ginu. Rope, Sails, and Tents wanted, and '
highest price paid in cash.
6 1 1 ROBINSON & FAIRBANKS,
ap9 Paper Warehou
OAVE York PA P E IIS. ?Ca si i \M
for all kinds of old paper? writing, new-pap i
pamphlet ?, old books, wrapping, etc.
ROBIN aoN \ FAjRBANKs,
ap d Paper War< ii"ii
SHIPPING.
I^OIl NKW YORK.? AT I, A NT I c
COAST mail s t k A M S !1 I I' r^Tt,
C (? 31 r N V ?The new and ^
gant side wheel steamship Al.BK t . ? 1
MARLK, < II. A IJorKM . wii
leave her wharf ;it Rocket;* on ?ATI'KI?AV,
21st April, at 9 o'clock. A.M.
i\i!v-f"nx will please ho punctual.
For freight or parage, having u:;- ir; . ? 1
commodation*. apply to
8AM ('Eh AYKKS ft CO , Agent*,
ap 1* ? it corner Cary and Virginia ?u ??-.
TT'OK FKKIOIIT OK OH A ItTKK.
JT Th<* fine British #?*hooner LUCY ANN.
Wooouad. master. Capacity, onn tijou?<: Lr^v
fire hund i' -mI to two thousand barrel-.
terra*, apply to
ap r.'-lw" FRENCH & ( K F.N >11 AW
VIRGINIA TO EUROPE DIUKCT.
? -T
FROM RICHMOND, PETERSBURG,,^ -?
AND NORFOLK TO LIVERPOOL,
Th* splendid British steamship
EPHESUS,
thro thousand ton*,
C aptai.v WILLIAM COLLIN OS,
will nail from Virginia to Liverpool direct on ?i
about
MAY FIRST.
FREIGHT AT LOW RATES.
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS T"
01' R FRIENDS.
For partii ulars, apply to
R. 11. IHBRELL, Agent, Richmond ;
CHIEVES & OSBORNE, Agent*, Peteribarg ;
WILLIAM LAMB, Agent, Norfolk ;
Me**rs. Ma< ANDREWS & Co., Agents,
rah 23? td Lirerp<-d.
j p E ('I AL N O T I C K .
s
CHEAP AND GOOD GROCERIES.
i .i
H. L. BRAS ELM AN,
FAMILY GROCER,
coKXt tt Skco.hd asi> Jack^ox sti:kkt?.
I would ri'Mpectfully inform ray frier..!- ai
public generally that 1 have remove. I to in) ' ?;
?tore, corner Second and Jackson street*, w* >r
will keep constantly on hand a choice ?
FANCY and STAPLE CKOCERIES. WIM> LI
QI'OKS. C10ARS, and TOBACCO. >\I\
and Mll.L FEED, which 1 wills. II .it a- i< ?*' 1 J r*' '*
an any Grocer in Richmond. ..
Mv stock con?i#tn in part of the follow "K r
and' CHOICE GROCERIES :
OLD .1 A V \ COFFEE, 42 cent# per ponn I .
LAOUA YRA COFFBE. 35 cents p-r i> ? ? ? I -
CHOICE RIO COFFEE. 34 ce nt* per pvurd ;
GoLDEV SY RUP, I per gallon ;
NEW ORLEANS MOLASSKS. 73 cents
LIMIT BKoWN M'HAK. l?| and It c? nt- ,
CHOICE COFFEE SITU AH. I' c?nt> :
ST A If DA It I) CRUS 1 1 ED and PO W PERLD > I ? ' A ?.
20 cents ;
SMITIIFI KLD LARD. 25 cent* ;
SUOAR CURED HAMS, 21 cents ;
BREAST BACON, 20 cents ;
CLEAR SI |?ES. II) cents ;
CHOICE SHOULDERS. I#) cent# :
Haxall k Ctenahaw'# FINE B0L1LD MtAL.
per bushel ; .
and a lance assortment of P'( K .
SAUCES. CANNED FKP IT, BROOMS. BH K K I
WASIIBi >A KDS, TUBS. BASKETS, SUA I . ?
DLKS, and FLOCK, and a genera! a#s.?tu ?
GOOD GROCERIES.
A II gootjs ,|. |iv I'et! f If* ot i
VKW MUSIC,
J CUT PrBI.I#RIt>, AT VBK
R 1 C H MO.N'D MUSICAL E X C II A X o I
1"h Main stro. t, near the |xm4-oA1co.
SONGS.
DOWN BY THE GATE
BREATHE IT SOFTLY TO MY LOVED 0.\L> w
ALLIK VANE
"HALL WE EVER MJ
DARLING lkonore
HEART AND HAN D..
LONGING TO MEET THEE AGAIN :i
HOME THEV BROUGHT HER WAKKloK
DEAD ^
WEARIN' O' THE GREEN
INSTRUMENTAL.
ESMERALDA *1
THE FLOWER QUEEN 1
ARAB SONG w
FALSE ONE, 1 LOVE TIIEK STILL
MUSIC SENT BY MAIL ON RECEIPT W
MARKED PRICE.
VIOLIN AND GUlTAK~hTRlNG8, WUOLKSALL
AND RETAIL. *V 11
ALL1E VANE '
"HALL WE EVER MEET AGAIN >'
.FONORE '
HEART AND HAN D.

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