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VOL. XXX. RICHMOND, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 18T.fi. NO. 140.
twe msPATTg: iBY cSw^IMN at KLLY80N. The DAILY DISPATCH Udaltrwd toonh M^rih^r" ?t 15c. per w?*k. payable to th? car rl?r \v<*klT. Matted at $6 p?*r annum; |? ao for ?ix month* ; 76c per month for a aborter ,MTh. SKMI-WFF.KLY DISPATCH at * por Rnnrm, or *S *0 for *tx month*. Xh- WEEKLY DISPATCH at ttprrannnm. ~ SPECIAL NOTICB8. ~~~ ggf K. H. MAI RY A CO., BANKERS ASP BROKERS, ttu removed thitr o??* to the banking-how* recently occupied by the FARMERS NATIONAL BANK, No. 1*14 Main atreet, ?rat house below the post-oBee, RICHMOND. Va. fun *o_ ?*] iTCLOTHlFtO AND GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS AT COST. I. OREENTRKE. No. *11 Broad dtbkkt, wishing torednce hi* large ?<ock of FASHIONABLE CLOTHING AND OENTLEMEN'8 FURNISHING GOOPS, HATS, *c., it celliug them AT COST. For bargains in the rery beat quality of Good* call on I. GREENTREE, *11 Broad *treet (old No. 117), between Eighth and Ninth street*, [no 37? tlja] WT J. E. DOHERTY, MERCHANT TAILOR, Mam ATMtT BKTWKIS EkiHTH AN D N IKTH, haa opened, and aak* attention to hi* FALL and WINTER STOCK, for MEN'8 WEAR. Clothe, Casshneie*, Y eatings. Bearera, Business Coating*. Whitney*, Melton*. Tricot*, Petersham*, and Chinchilla*, of the latent importation, and cer tainly a* choice in quality and style as I ever of fered. [oc 1*? 6m] J. E. DOHERTY. ?TJOII1 C. MIA FER * CO., MERCHANT TAILORS, Bo. 1 Exchange Building, Fourteenth (treat, RICHMOND, YA., would respectfully ask attention to their newaup* Pl7 ?f FALL AND WINTER G00D8, consisting of Cloths, Casaimeres, and Vesting* ?>f the latest European Importations, and mo*t ap proved and fashionable style*. 6HIRT8 and COLLARS of the best make always on hand. se 12? ?m WT WILDERS FAMOUS STOMACH BITTERS. See advertisement in another part of this raper. For sale at wholesale and retail by PCRCELL, LADD & CO., Druggists, corner Main and Thirteenth streets, de 7? tS Richmond, Ya. W SHIPLEY, ROANE A CO., CLOTH IER8, roa.vKR PoraTEEVTH A*n Franklix streets, (opposite Exchange and Ballard Hotels), RICHMOND, YA., liRrd Just received another supply of FRESH GOODS (nicc BKAVER OVERCOATS and BUSI NESS SUITS), which they are offering at Balti more prices. GOODS MADE TO ORDER AT THEIR BALTI MORE HOUSE AT 6HORT NOTICE. A nice STOCK OF FURNISHING G00D8, all Krade* and styles, constantly on hand. Th? public arc invited to call and examine, j de ? ? lm ?ff~ LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOME INSURANCE COMPANY. GOLD CAPITAL, OVER ?18,000,000. INVESTED I* THIP CofSTHT, OVER ?1,000,000. RESPONSIBILITY OF COMPANY UNDOUBTED. AIL LOSSES TROMPTt T PAII> HERE WITHOPr UEPCCTJOfl FOR I.VTKKEST, A.N D N01 48 Id rot'AL WIT H OTHER COM TAMES, 81XTT AND VI.tXTT l'ATB AJ-TtR PROOF OP LOBS. " The great resources of the Liverpool an-l Lon " i ion and Ulohe Insurance Company, and the " hiff'i character of Us Directors, together with ?' pkrhoxai. liability of its shareholders , entitle *' it, in our opinion, to the highest confidence. ??J. R. JAFFRAY A SONS, " STURGES, BENNETT A CO., ?? ALEX'R T. STEWART A CO., ?? c. w. 4 F. J. MOORE A CO., ?D. APPLEToN & CO., " CLaFFEN, M ELLIN A CO., ?? DUNCAN, SHERMAN A CO., ?? R. L. A A. STEWART, "HARPER A BROTHERS, " GRIN NELL, MINTUKN A CO., "BROWN BROTH BR8 A CO., ?? D. HAMILTON WOOD." DAVENPORT A CO., General Agent* of Virginia. Office orer National Exchange Bank, oc II? ta Richmond. ?T HI* FORD'S HAT STORE, UON MAIS fcTREET, A FEW DOORS BELOW PEARL (OH FOURTEENTH) STREET, IN THE HOUSE KSOW.N AH THE " DIME HOTEL," AND NEXT DOOR TO ALLEN'S HAT STOKE? All the HATS in this establishment are uew and fresh (bavin* been bought in the list !'???* days) and of (he latest ntyles. A good assortment of WOOL HATS, suita ble for the country trade ; a splendid assortment of FANCY HATS, for young men and boys; BLACK SOFT HATS In great variety. Also, CAN E? of the latest make, tnd I'MHRELLAS. Captain WILLIAM H. MAXWELL, formerly of the canal packet line, la engaged in thii? house, and would be pleased to?ee his friends. no 14? lm* * BW MJE\R V COAIJER CABELL, ATTORNBY AT LAW. Ofriri: Over the National Exchange Bank, oc JJ? ts __ Richmond. Va. COMMISSION MERCHANT^ VM. B OKBTTKB, D'VIP 8. CI.A1IK, Richmond, Va. Richmond, Va. GRKTTER it CLARK, COMMIS SION MERCHANTS and SHIP BROKERS, eornt- r Washington and Wide Water street*. NOR. FOLK, VA. Cwnsignments and orders solicited for the above house DAVID B CLARK, Thirteenth street between Main and Cary. _d?U ^ K A BROOK'S WA REHOUSE. ? The O inspectors at this warehouae are prepared to r? cei ve all looee tobacco sent to us or any commit* slou merchant. Our sales will commence at the w*rehoa?e at ? o'clock every luorninf. Every facility will beglvouliO ail sending tobaroo to rhls warehouse bHEPPARD L JETER. ho 28? Xm A L. SHEPHERD A 00., Genera] X a, Commission Merchants for the sale of TO* BACCO, WHEAT, LL'MBEK, 4c. Ail business en> United to o?r care will receive prompt atUntloa. Mr. A. 0. TALM AN, formerly with George W. Atkinson, and late Talman it Harris, la aim ociated with us, and will be pleaaed to serve his old friends and the former patrons of the two late eon* e*rr>a. Office corner Ei?*euth and Canal streets. )y ?? MILLS A RYANT, TOBACCO EX CHaNOB. RICHMOND, VA.. BROXMtt AND COMMISSION MERCHANT* for the par cti,ue ?nd sale of LBaF AND MANUFACTURED ToBACCOb Orders solicited. Liberal advances made on eo'>a1ruments Refer to A. F. Haavar, f r?*ldent Actional Hank of Virginia ; Jajizs Tsonae. Jr.. Its*!., Rtcbmond, Va. ; Messrs H. Me?sb??u m Co , New Tork ; Meesrs. JoHveoy A Tw??r?off P<alnn. M?a* 1v ?4? ?a KKROHKN E.? Ten barrel* jiut re eel ved and for sal* at manufacturers' price# by (no H. ft. PUV4L. AMU8EMENTR. ___ Ricrmoxd, December 17, lftM. COLONEL P. R. FARRAR: Dear Sir,? The undersigned baring heard your lec tures npon " Johnny Keb and bis wife " spoken of In term* of the highest commendation, bag leave to r?K|naat that yon will repeat the same In tbla city at socb time a* may auit your convenience. Very respectfully, Ac., John B Baldwin, Nathaniel Alexander, J. H C. Jones, N. K. Trout, ' Zeph. Turner, R. C. Robinson, H. F Garrett. Joseph W. Darin, Jamoe A. English, George H. Peck, L?. Wl!ki",> RobeitC Mitchell, William T. 8ro?t, D. 8. O Cabell. A .J.Clark, W.T.Taliaferro, J. Marshall, Daniel P. Dulaney, A G Pendleton, John H. L?e, Daniel A. Wilson, Peter Belew. Oeorge W (tolling, C. fl. Coleman, P- w- Sfotber, C. C McRae, John Goode, Jr., Daniel Washington, K F. Keen, J. T. Lawson, William M. Hannah, W. W. Harrison, James Oalt, F. Miller, and others. A. 8. Gray, Fxtrakor Hotit., December 17. M*n*rn John B. Baldwin, George W. Bulling, and others : Gentlemen,? Your commnnlcstlon ha* been re ceived, and In response to your reqne*t I will say that I have seleetod WEDNESDAY EVENING the l#th to repeat my Lecture*, at the ball-room of the Exchange Hotel, which ban been kindly tendered me by the proprietor*. I will endeavor to unit* the two lecture*, making selection* from the mn*t popular portion* of each. Be pleased, gentlemen, to accept ihe asmirsnre of my heartfelt gratitude for the compliment von have paid me, trn*ttng that yon mav have a happy reunion with your fam ily and friend* during your ChrUtmas holiday*. I remain your*, Moat re*pectfullv, de 18? It t. R. FARRAR. T>I8T0RI! RISTORiT ! SALE OF TICKETS AND SECURED SEATS AT J. W. DA VIES SONS' MUSICAL EXCHANGE. MADAME RISTORI, THE GREATEST OF (iREAT TRAGEDIENNES, " WITH HRK Kt'LL DRAMATIC COMPANY OF THIRTY-FIVE PERSONS, will give two performances at the RICHMOND THEATRE ? X DECEMBER 31th and 2Jt?. plays: MARY STUART OF SCOTLAND. ELIZABETH OF ENGLAND. Owing to the enormous expense attending this engagement, the prices of admission are : FIVE DOLLARS for Dress Circle and Orchestra. TWO DOLLARS for Family Circle. ONE DOLLAR for Gallery. Tickets for the Family Circle, at TWO DOLLARS EACH, can be bought. Also, Librettos of both plays for sale at Messrs. Da vies Sons', Johnson & Chamberlavne's, atid at the hotels. de 18? ts J A DIES' SALE AND FESTIVAL AT THIRD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, toRXEK Broad and Twenty-fifth biurets, FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE CHl'RCH, commencing WEDNESDAY, lPth December, at 7 P M , and continuing through the e*rly part of Chtistmas. The room will he open daily at 12 M. REFRESHMENTS will be furnished at any time during the AFTERNOON and EVENING. Agreat number of USEFUL AND FANCY ARTICLES have been provided with an especial view to fur nish an assortment of ATTRACTIVE CHRIST.MA8 PRESENTS for person* of every age, and at prices as reasonable a* at any store In tbo city. The as sortment will consist in part of fancy articles, cakes, candies, FIREWORKS, FRUITS, TOYS OF ALL SORTS. Sic , Ar. SUPPER will be furnished EVERY DAY. and will consist of the BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS. Every eli'ort will be made to render tho FaIR ROOM pleasant to all who may visit it, and a place where innocent recreation may be combined with solid advantage to the best of causes. de 1*? 5t L A DIES' FAIR, 15 TUB SPOTS WOOD BLOCK, for rnn CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. The ladles of tbe Second baptist chnrch will open their FAIR TO-NIGHT (Monday), December 17, and continue St daring the week, for the sale of a large variety of useful and fancy articles suitable for families and for CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. Tho Confectionary and Refreshment tables will he supplied with the choicest delicacies of the sea son. The assortment of goods for holiday presents to children, such as TOYS. FIRE- WORKS, ILLI'S TRaTED BOOKS, &c., will be all that can be de? sired. The patronage of the public is solicited, with the assurance that the prices of all the goods offered will be as low us they can be purchased in the city. de 17? 6 1 Q.RAND CLASSIC CONCERT AT VIRGINIA HALL, OS TUESDAY, Dbcembek IS, ISM. Mr. BERNHARD KRAt'SB. member of the Rich mond Theatre Orchotra, assisted by Madame RTHf., Professor AMB"LD, Mes-rs.KESSNICH uud REIN HARDT, and several amateurs, will give a GRAND CLASSIC CONCERT at th* above hall. Ticket*, one dollar ; to be had at the book and music stores and hotels, also at the door. , do is ? at* iHOLONF.L F. R. FARKAR WILL V J deliver his lectures on " JOHNNY REB" and ??JnilNNY KEBS WIFE." at the Manchester Baptist church, on next MONDAY And TUESDAY EVENINGS. December 17th and 18th Price of admission for each lecture, fifty cents. Tickets at the door. ' de 15? Jt T ADIES' FAIR.? The ladies of the 1 A United Presbyterian church will open a FAIK in iitd of the. enterprise of rebuilding their church edifice at the lecture- room of the First Presbyte rian church (Dr. Moore's) on MONDAY EVENING, 17th instant. The FAIR will be kept open during th<? we?W. A variety of useful and ornamental ar ticles will be offered for sale, and among them a good assortment of CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. Refreshment tables will be kept constantly sup plied with substautials and delicacies. The patronage of citizens and strangers is re spectfully solicited. de 15? Id JpEAST, FAIR, AND PANORAMIC EXHIBITION CHRISTMAS WEEK. NIC-NACS, FANCY ARTICLES, and TOYS of every description. The ladies representing the several Methodist Sahhath schools of this city and vicinity respect fully announce a FEAST AND FAIK for the benefit of the Methodist Sunday School So ciety commencing THURSDAY, Dkcjem iikr 20, 1390, in (he bollding on Main street between Twelfth and Thirteenth, next door to Julius Steenbock Si Co. 'a dry goods store, which has been kindly loaned bv Messrs. Donnan Ac Co. Tbey appeal to the public to patronize them by purchasing their CHRISTMAS PRESENTS at the fair. The ladies and the committee solicit voluntary contributions from all, which may be left with either of the nuder*ign?d, or any of the ladies. ASA SNYDER. President. CHARLES P. KADY. Secretary. THOMAS W. PEMBERTON, de 14? ts Chairman of Committee. iyEW THEATRE. DUFFIELD & WALDRON MANAGERS. Engagement for a short season only of the won* derfui Conjoron and Scientific Illusionists EDWARD AND JIKOME LUB1N, la their wonderful entertainment, DIABOLOKIUM ; on, NIGHTS IN DREAMLAND. THE WONDERFUL LIVING HEAD, FUN, THE LILLIPUTIAN FAMILY, (de U-ts] TACKSON PARK.? Thi* fashionable tl r?sort Is now opua to the ~ ~ public Tbe public can be supplied with MEaLS at ail iuh"eh Jo/ ifl Q H UU " W I N KB , ?~ad ( iU* The proprietor will take BOfctfEft TO TRAIN i ?Uo, CoLtS TAKEN TO BE BROKEN TO UAB AMD MBKtl. JfK-gVJ de 4-l? Pfoprittor. Richmond <0isjjatch. TUESDAY DECEMBER 13, 1866. Auction Sales This Day . CHRISTIAN, LEA CO. will anil at half-paM 10 o'clock a large and varied Assortment of gro ceries wines, liqnors, and woodenware. HARRISON. GODDIN & APPERSON will sell ftt 11 o'clock the excellent little fnrin and market garden, three miles below Richmond, near the Williamsburg turnpike. ORUBBS & WILLIAMS will sell at i o'clock three small framed dwellings, on Slain or Elm wood street, in Sidney. SAM DEL C. Ti KDY will aell at 11 o'clork a large assortment of machinery for the manufacture of tobacco. ORUBBS 4 WILLIAMS will sell *t 11 o'clrck the stock and farming utensils of William D. Jen niDK*i deceased, on the York River railroad four miles from Richmond. N P. EH ON k CRUM P, commissioners, will sell at J o'clock the ri^ht, title, and interest of William M. Clark In and to the tract of J17 acrts of land, in Chesterfield county, known bs the Bellona Arsenal and Foundry. LOCAL MATTERS, Hustings Court ? Judge Lyons presi ding.? Iu this court yesterday the follow ing eases wero disposed of : James Jones, negro, indicted for grand larceny, was tried, convicted, and sen tenced to the penitentiary for three years. Henry Woodson, negro, indicted for grand larceny, was tried, convicted, and sentenced to the penitentiary for three years. Mayor's Court? Mayor Mayo presi ding ? Monday Morning. ? William Jones ? was arraigned for assaulting and cutting Fleming Harris, negro, in the hand with a knife. From the evidence it appeared that the knife used in the difficulty was not drawn for the purpose of indicting a wound upon Harris, but was in his hand at ' the time it commenced. Jones was re quired to give bail for his appearance at the next term of the grand jury to answer indictment for assault and battery. John Kale and William Lindsay, charged with disorderly conduct on the street and resisting policeman Ball in the discharge ! of his duty, were lined twenty dollars each, and required to give ?1 50 surety for their future good beha\ior. James Keton, negro, charged with beinjf | drunk and helpless on the street, was com- j mitted in default of surety. Vitula True, ncgress, charged with j having in her possession clothing stolen from Mrs. James D.Johnson, was remanded , | to answer indictment for petit larceny. William Tazewell, negro, charged with stealing coal, was remanded lor petit i larceny. Charles Walters, negro, charged with! stealing iron from the Old Dominion Iron and Nail Works Company, was committed ! in default of surety for his future good be- j havior. John Samuels, negro, charged with : being drunk and disorderly on the street, was committed in default of surety. E. D. Reynolds, white, and Alexander Coles, negro, charged with lighting on the 1 street, were discharged with a warning. Interesting Legal Question ? Balance against Administrator in Confederate Money now Settled.? Judge Meredith has just decided a case of much interest ' to many fiduciaries in Virginia-, and for 1 their benefit we publish the following cor- ! rect abstract of the facts and the deci- 1 sion on them. The case was this : An administrator qualified in December, I 1864. The personal property, consisting of I household and kitchen furniture, was sold in order to pay funeral expenses, doctor's ! bills, &e. The sale took place in Decem \ ber, 1864, and the property brought a most j extravagant price in Confederate money, to wit : 816,693.36. The administrator I paid off all the debts (none being since presented), and there was left in his bands the sum of $12,284.20 on the 1st of April, 1865. He filed a bill in Judge Meredith's Court asking how this balance should bo liquidated. With tho facts above stated before him, and the additional fact that in ordinary times, say in 1859 or 1860, the ; proceeds of the sale of the furniture would have been barely more than sufficient to pay the debts which the administrator paid, the Judge decided, and very properly too, we think, that, as the administrator had the right to retain it in his hands for a longer period, and as it could not have been invested or distributed or further used in ! | tho payment of debts, and as the Con- 1 ! federacy fell within four months alter his ' qualification, and before it was practicable to obtain an order for the investment of [ said balance, the administrator should not J be required to discharge the said balance | in any other than Confederate currency, ! and that the estate should be charged with ! ! the same as a loss. i i j Baptist Missionary Meeting.? A meet ing of tho State Mission Board of the Bap ; tist General Association 't>f Virginia was ' held in the First Baptist church of this i city last night. Rev. J. L. Burrows, D. ! I)., presided, and Josiah Kyland, Esq., j acted as secretary. Kev. William Fisher, of Culpeper county, the general agent of the Board, made a re port of his labors for the past six months, ; from which it appearrd that he had visited ! twelve district associations and many churches, to which he had presented the j claims of his Board, and received in cash ! and good subscriptions over $6,000. He declared that he felt certain of being able to collect in cash at least $1 0,000 for State missions by tho meeting of the General : Association in June next. The Board then made the following mis- j sionary appointments: Kev. George F. j Adams, Hampton ; Kev. Theodore Given, Greenbrier county ; Kev. Gabriel Gray, J Salem ; Rev. John W. Stein, parts of j Floyd and Frankliu counties; Kev. John II. Taylor, Bath county; Rev. James C. Robertson, parts of Fayette and Kanawha counties ; Rev. Abram Booth, Boone county. When the application for this last appointment was read, Rev. Mr. Fisher stated that there was no minister of any denomination in the county of Boone. In cluding the foregoing ministers, this Board I now have twenty -five missionaries laboring j und?r its patronage in Virginia. Arrest of a Deserter.? A man named Garrett, a deserter from company D, Twen tieth United States Infantry, was arrested yesterday by policeman Wicks. Atten tion was called to him by his disorderly conduct on the street while drunk, and a comrade, who saw him when under arrest, recognized him as a deserter of several months' standing. He will have a bearing before the Mayor this morniug for being drunk and disorderly, and will then doubt less be sent to his regiment for trial. Anniversary Discourse.? The an nouncement that Dr. J. Spotswood Well ford will deliver tho anniversary discourse before tho Academy of Medicine on Thursday uight next will doubtless attract a large crowd to the lecture-room of the Medical Oollego on that occasion. Tho ladies are expected to be present in large numbers, and we are sure they will enjoy ft rich intellectual treat. Dr. Watson's Cask? The Rimor Con tradicted. ? The Lynchburg AVkm, "on the best authority,'' contradicts the rumor which it noticed on Saturday morning, and which we copied from it, to the effect that Lieutenant Cameron, of General Scho fleld's command, went through that city on Friday, en route to Lexington to arrest the gentleman said to be the leader of those who proposed to rescue Dr. Watson from the custody of the military guard. The News now states that Lieutenant Cameron was on bis way to summon witnesses in the case of Dr. Watson, which comes on for trial before the military commission on Wednesday next. Wo suspected that such was the errand of the Lieutenant: but his early arrival in Lynchburg after the deci sion of General Schofleld somewhat un settled that conclusion. With such dis patch, however, as this indicates, the wit nesses will no doubt be here in due time, and the trial commenced according to ap pointment. Meeting of tiie Friends of Ireland. In obedience to the call of Mr. Me Wil liams, C.O. F. B., a meeting of the friends of Ireland was held last night at Mont gomery Ilall, on Wall street, and was well attended. The meeting was an informal one, and no one was called upon to pre side. Mr. McWilliams, a young man of fine appearance, addressed the meeting at some length in behalf of the cause of Ire land, as an officer of the Roberts faction of the Fenian Brotherhood. He alluded Hist to the formation of the Brotherhood and its objects; then of the feasibility of the proposed plan for the deliverance of Ire land, and concluded with an explanation of the object of his visit, together with an appeal to those present to enroll themselves either as soldiers to go to the field, or as members of a civil organization to sup|>ort those who went forth to light. 1I<* did not want money ; he wished those who had no ties or interests to hinder them from going to the front to sign themselves as soldiers of Ireland, and those who could not go he wished to pledge themselves at least to furnish n suit of green for some soldier. After he had closed his remarks, a num ber of those present went forward ami signed themselves as members of the civil or military organization, after which the meeting dispersed. Mr. McWilliams comes direct from the Fenian headquarters in New Vi?rk on a tour through this State. He speaks to-night in Petersburg and to morrow night in Norfolk. Jons nt Kkb asd W#ife. ? it will be seen j by a card in this morning's issue that Co- ! lonel Farrar will repeat his lectures on Wednesday evening at the ball-room of the Exchange Hotel, at 8 o'clock. This enter tainment is given by special request, and wo trust that Johnny and his wife may j have a warm reception. The lecturcs will j be united as far as practicable ? the most j attractive selections from each. To the ladies of Richmond we would make a spc- . cial appeal : Colonel Farrar lias e\er been j willing to aid them in all their cntei prises of humanity and benevolence. Colonel i Farrar has just returned from Baltimore, where he has been enthusiastically re- j ceived. The Baltimore Transcript says that "we never enjoyed an hour more than in hearing Colonel tarrar last evening, j We trust that he will soon visit our city j again." Christmas is nigh at hand, and j onr people ought to commence laughing in anticipation of the joyous season, Go then j and hear the lecture, and you will forget j the Frecdmen's Bureau, the Civil Rights i bill, and all your troubles. We regret to say that Colonel Farrar is beginning to show the effects of his incessant exertions. The Concert for the benefit "f Mr. Ber- J nard K rausse takes place this evening at i Virginia Hall, when the accomplished , beneilciary will be assisted by some ot the j best musical talent of the city, including Madame Kuhl, Professor Aiubold, and j Messrs. Kessmch and Relnhardt. The pro- j gramme of the evening includes many i gems, both vocal and instrumental, which , arc sure to bo rendered in a satisfactory , manner. . j Mr. Krausse is an old citizen of our city, : and eminently deserving ot this testimo- 1 nial, he having so long contributed to the j pleasure of our people as a member ot the \ orchestra of the Richmond Theatre, where , his playing made so favorable an impres- ? sion upon Miss Richings during that lady s ; engagement here that she engaged him to j assist the orchestra during the engagement j of her troupe in Boston. A* Mr. Krausse , must soon leave us, to^noct Miss Richings | In Boston, we trust our citizens will assem ble in force to-night to bid him farewell. Ristori at tub Tueatke. ? In compli ance with the wishes of many persons, an oflice for the sale of tickets has been open ed at the Richmond Musical Exchange, ; and tickets for the dress circle, orehesti a and family circle (of which only a limited number will be sold at two dollars) may now be obtained. Ihe indications are very flattering for a large and fashionable audi tory on both nights, but tiie performance of " Mary Stuart " seems to be the lav?- 1 rite. Go early and secure scats. Di'Tcn Gap Canal.? The owner of the I farm known as Dutch Gap, finding that the island made by the cutting of Butler's canal could not conveniently be put to use without some means of communication j with the main land, has gone to work Gil- j ing up one end ol the canal, in order to , create a causeway, and the great canal | will soon be among the things that were. Paiotul Accident. ? A little M-n of Mr. David N. Crump, of Henrico county, re- j cently injured his right hand so badly that it became necessary to amputate the mid dle linger. The operation was performed yesterday by Dr. Hunter McGuire, of this city. Executive. ? The Governor .on yester day commissioned Dr. W illium H. ooten justice of the pouce in t lit.* Fourth (lis* ( trict, Halifax county, vice Benjamin K Garrett, resigned. Robert S. Brock was appointed notary public lor the county of Orange. Pardoned.? A pardon was on yesterday grauted by the Governor to Robert Camp bell, negro, convicted in the Circuit Court of King George county of petit larceny, and sentenced to imprisonment in the county jail for six months. Robbery.? On Thursday night last the stable of W. Browning, residing in Hen rico, five miles below the city, wan broken into, and robbed of a very line Tior>e. .No clue to the robbery has been found. Turner's News DepOt.? We return thanks to Mr. Turner, the ne-** dealer, for New York papers? The Santa y.Mws and The Sunday Herald- * / Chavoe of Freight Scheulls.? From this date, freight trains will loa>u? on the Central road at 4 A. M., aiuL arrive at 2 P.M. * Thanks for Pap km.? To On; ITarnden Express Company; to Mr. J. 0. Walker, Potomac mail agent. . MILK FOR WALK.? A gentleman a ?hurt dWUnc? fr?ni th? city M ILK tlun W ivqalrtxl f>r i.nt fnunlf, would <?"? to Mil ?t>out thru a Kitlloui p?r day to ? hotel or ot wuaiabol ubjeet ffcmllUita th? neighborhood. Tor fnrthe' Information, apply ?mce* "? Ml I C. R Rita A Co.'* Sr.w Makhotb (?ALr.*nr or lar ? We have ? fn ?om- of the pictures ma le by hese famous artists at tb"lr new gallery, and in ?nr opinion they surpass all previous effort* of oar Richmond artist*. The porcelain picture, so difl ;ult to make. 1* hers made to perfection. The examination of Eees k Co.'s skylights and iccompauylng arrangemeota for the comfort and rrntlflcatlon of the public shows that the experi ence of many year* in the requirement* of the art iss not been neglected. Everybody la Invited to :all and examine specimens. whether they desire ikenesses takon or not. We know of no plac? vhere an hour can be more pleasantly spent than it the mammoth gallery of Kaes k Co., Main street, iear Ninth. ~~ MARINE INTELLIGENCE. MINIATURE ALM ANAC? I'RCEMBEu 14. ian rises 7.1SI Moon sets 3.10 lun seta 4 Uigh tide. A. M.... l.H PORT OF RICHMOND, Dkcehbbb 17. ARSIVRD. Fteamor State of MsrylHnd, Trar, r?. Baltimore, nerchand'se and p*#?eiiger*, D. A W. f'urrie Steamer Albemarle, Bourne, New York, mer :batid1se i*n l passengers, S. Avres k <'o. Steamer John Sylvester, Gffford, Norfolk, mer :handise and passengers, L. B. Tatum. MKMOBAN'DA. Howlett's LAXDtm. December 17.? Arrived, ichooner AliccCurtls, Patterson, Baltimore, grain, o order. Cut Point, December 16 ? Rolled, bsnjue (Bri Ish) Marie, McKenzirt, Liverpool, cotton and to jacco, Thomas Branch jj Son. FUR RENT. I70R KENT, the HKICK IfoUSE, F with eiiflit room*, on V an. I Thirty-first ?treefs. Church Hill, ad oinlng my residence; md the tenant cjii rent < r cultivate on , iharea, as a market *:arJ<-n, so much of the 1 ?? ??r ittach^d to it he may want. Apply at myofflcQ jelow the roet-otUce. de IS? St* J H. RANDS'. rOR KB NT, a FRAME TEN EM KNT JT on Franklin street, between Thirtieth and AaA I tilrty first, containing nix roi mn, with kit- frTTW :hon and a w.-ii of go >d water in the yard "l3 Kent low, and possession given immediately. Ap ply to de 18 ? 2t _ H. W. TYI.FR, Kocketta. FOR RENT, TWO LARGE ROOMS over st>>re corner Second and Miln streets. Apply at store. de 13? it PM)R RKNT. either on shares or iik? neved r?? r.f . :i Pi:< > I'iTTI YE FARM "ti the Wil liamsburg turnpike two and a half mi!** from Richmond For further particulars apply at l>r J. P. Ha KK1SON a oBi, . , in Rockett*, ? orn?r of Main and Nicholson street*. de 1*? lw CpOR RENT. ? The subscri Iters, in _F tending, as soon as It shall have been completed, to move to their new .store, m Lancaster's block, on Pearl str- ?? h-t ween. Main arid Cary. oti'er fur rent the lari<? a"d c< modioli* WAREHOUSE now occupied by them, on Fourteenth street near the Exchange Hotel The house is in tlie eentre of the city, and in admirably adapted to a heavy grocery or commission busi ness. Possession will be'glven about the 15th of January, proximo. dels GORDON' &CKINGAN. "POR RENT.? I have for rent a com ? I fortable DWELLING-HoU.^E. aim < ted on the rn>r'h side of Hf'h street between Cary utid ('anal, nw^rlv fij>p<ibl <? the re i-. den'ce of Mr John F'ecland. T?:ruis moderate. Pi'S '->lon Kiveu 1st Janoarv nex'. Wll.LUM D niB*'?N. de 15_2taw?w Sb?>cko? Warehouse. TjimfoOKAl'H 1} A M.KRY F< ?R I RENT, and FIXTITRFP for wile ch-ap at the corner of Eighth and Main streets, opposite Spots wood 11< tel. Apply at Kr.ES & CO.'S NEW G \ ' T.EKY. de l"_3t Vain near N"ii th street. I^OK RKNT, tlie NT? >RE and CKL X LaR om the n- rth o'de of Muin htr?-? t a " ? * few d>?ors below Fourteenth, af present oc cupied bv J \V. Dennis |'<w- j on gl ren L Jmiuirv t. Ht>7 Also, the UPPEK PaK'I ot the TKNBMblVTon Main street near Fourteenth, next door to Isaacs k Taylor. Entrance from ^chan-u nil ? v Possession given iintiie tiatelv. For terms, apply to IIENKY O. ('AN M?.V, d^ U? 6t Attorney at I.aw, Wlilg Building. T70R SALE OR LEASE, that v. ry de r ?iral>l? RESIDENCE ktpiv.-n an ?? Mount ' ? " Erin,'' situated on "vi? Wllllamsbarg ?r? nue, overlooking James liver and all thc^ surrounding ronntry and clry. Th? house I* wel furnished, and will be sold or rented with the premise*. Possr-sslou can bf? had immediately. Apply te E. D. BACHO, Real Ertate Agents and (!ollp? t^r, corner Fourteenth street dn 11 and Exchange ulley. "TOR RENT, a I'.RICK HOUSE on r Franklin street bttween Thirteenth and Fourteenth s:r?eU Al*n, a FK AM K HOU.SE rf??? on what U known as Llggon's Hill. ne.trJ^A Seventeenth street AlaO, a FR*MB HOUSE near Jlount Erin, fotmesslou can he had on thd 1st of January next. E. I>. EACHO. Real Estate Agent and Collector, comer Fourteenth street de 11 and Exchangi- alley. Tlf ANTED, to rent to gentlemen. ONE T> FURNISH KD and (>NK r.NFCii-W WISHED CHAMBER. Apply at ?25 Malt, street near Seventh. ded? ts "'*t t5oR RKNT, the STORK and CEL LAR on Main street, north side, No. 20U, between Twentieth and Twenty- first stieefH, with gas anuwa'.eron fie ptetn - - , ilso, TWO BA8EMBNT ROOMS next to corner of Fourth and Franklin streets, admirably suited for an uflei, with sat and water. Also, the STOKE and DWELLING on the cor ner of Main and Twenty-third street*, in g>od order, containing six icotu*, with a ifood kitchen and stable ; ira* and wateron the pr.?mi^ ??. Also, tne DWELLING on the corner of Main and Eighteenth streets, over 'he store ot M. B^er, con taining ten rooms, recently put in complete order, suitable for two small famllioa or a boarding house, being contiguous to the market, with gas and water <>n the premises F< r terms, apply to E. A. SMI TH, i ''5 Franklin street, or No 2oia, he tween T wentletb and Twenty-tirst streets. de S ! a I? A R M OF F1 FTY AC It EH < ' F PRO F DUrriVE LAND, TW<? MILES VY EST kK'HM"ND, (?'<?? KE.-sT Being about to move to the ritv in order to he more con venient to myhu-in -ss, ! w;ll r? nt nut to a suit a '?!?< p.-rson, (Jl.KN ELI.ZN, my r.r?-sent r-siitence with garden, atid orchard contain!' k every variety r.l select fruit, < r with tne whole farui, as may be preferred Thedwellitig hn>, r.lne rooms, bi sMea cellars. store?-/ooin. wardrobes, green* honae, ?< ih house, &?? , kc. Tne p are h remarkably healthy, ami iii every respect a t.io?t desi'a' 1- residence. a ppl v to JAMBS T. bUTTO.N. JK , de 4 ? ts Pension otlice, Custom-house. rOK RKNT, s? ? VftM 1 I T K.\I>HKi) X ROOMS, with gaa and s rvant's attend- >51 anre. Also, one FR??NT B ihEMENT, with uas and water. Rent moderate ApplyTo JUJL H I.! WiCAND/^ no 29? is Broad street between Fifth and Sixth. ?OR RENT, the 44 RICH M ON D HOUSE," corner of Roaa and <Jo- Jgk vernor s;re< t* suitable for a large boarding- pj* bouse. This fa an excellent opportunity forJ^JJL an euterprisi tig party . Appivut J. G. SNBLSON'H. no 13? ts Fourteenth rtn>i Franklin streets. T?OR RENT, T WO "FLOORS above Jl my store, 110 feht deep, well flnisbed, with entrance from the street, and suitable f?vTt? tor any kind of livht business. 0. C. (i A RY, 1300 Malnatreet, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets, oc 30? ts I "desire TO RENT OUT MY L BASBMENT, either as offices or for the use of a small family , also my STABLE. CHARLES MINNKJ ERODE, _ oc 25? ts 7U Frail kiln street. ROOMS FOR RENT, in * genteel pri vate family, auitable for a small family, where taey can nave the cookiug and wash lng done on the lot, If preferred^ Apply on Ntnth street, beyond Leigb.to se 24 ? ts Mrs. JULIA A. GOODB. LH)R RKNT, the lar^e W A R K A HcUSE In Llbby Building" formerly oc- w? cupled by ua. Possession given Immediately, with a larxs amoontof storaxe secured, to a^ML desirable tenant. Apply to palmer, hartsoor & co., Jy ?? u Fourteenth street. F MEETINGS SUTIwSAL Hank or V IMIMAi I Kiciixo.xd, Docember 7. liW. I vrOTICE.? The KKGULAR ANNUAL i.1 iu?? in# of the ftocUholdorn of thU Ban if, for tb? auction of DlKECToKS for tue ?n?atny y?ar, ! will oe Laid at their banjtiag-hoaita oil the SE COND TfJ&hUA? of Jdnu arj next (*th). at 13 j o'clock M. J. b. MWJiO. d? 7? td Ca?hl?r. VTOTICE. ? The Annual Meeting of the li ttockholder. of tb? FIRST NATIONAL ba>K OF RICHMOND win bi ?? x- -u - -? - * HI _ SEfcDSMEN, FLORISTd. See. ! Allan a jo un son. jsujwery- ! MK.V, SBKDsMEX. FLokISTS.-j^ J onitM and S?ed Warehouse, Mitn utre- t ;iAW Garden and Urw-nhouj.ee. Grace itreet ' ^wsan Smith and Henry; Nurs?rie?, ou the Heiuiu- I . 3th day of January, i*>7 da i? td , hotua in the city of Kle a. ?. J... ?r T ....tm 1mk7 i h if to r A iil D JV8URAMCE. ? 0ME3TIC IWSUKANCE. THE INSURANCE AND SAVINGS COMPAQ* OF VIRGINIA, WITH A3* AM7LS CAPITAL AXD ISSUES FIRE AXD MARINE POLICIES AND PAYS INTEREST ON DEPOS1T8. Principal oflce No. 1210 Main street, Richmond. D. J. HARTSOOK, President. D. J. Bfrr, Secretary. B. C. Whbrrt, Jr., Assistant Secretary. Je 11? lm pURELY MUTUAL. KNICKERBOCKER LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. Office, No. 161 Broadwat. CASH A8SETS ERA8TUS LYMAN, President ; B. F. JOHNSON, Vice-President and Manager of Western Branch Office, Chicago ; JOHN A. NICHOLS, Manager of Southeastern Branch Office at Baltimore ; Colonel AARON WILBUR, Manager of South' ern Branch Office, Savannah ; GEORGE F. SN1FFEN, Secretary. The official returns of the Insurance Commis sioners of New York and Massachusetts place thin 1 Company among the leading life corporations of ? the country, ITS PERCENTAGE OF ASSETS TO LIABILITIES BEING GREATER THAN THOSE OF MOST OTHER COMPANIES. POLICIES issned on all the various systems at1 the usual rates, and the most liberal Inducements offered to members. DIVIDENDS PAYABLE IN CASH, or made re*.; verslonary, as the assured may elect. PREMIUM NOTES for a portion of the annual payment will bo taken If desired. WHAT THE PRES8 SAYS. | " An eminently sound and reliable Life Corpo ration. The management are from among our ' best business men, and are noted for Integrity and honorable dealings. The Company offers the mo?t liberal advantages to members."? Keio York Ob* : trrvtr. ?? To a sound pecuniary basl* It unite* an Intel* ligent and careful control. "?Evangelist. ?? None of our Life Companies are making better progress In well-doing."? yational Quarterly Ht' view. ?' We regard the Company as being under excel lent nmnsgemont, and iu a sound financial condi tion. ''?The Methodist. ??Its annual statement exhibits a vigorous growth. It is a safe and reliable Company."? /?? dtptiultiU. ??Shows first-class management and ability."? AV to York Commercial Advertiser . ?' A good Company beyond contingency."? Tri Onne. "Sound, solvent, and affluent."? Hull Str*et Underwriter. "The Knickerbocker is in the front rank of American Life Insurance Societies. We can hearti ly commend the office an one worthy of implicit cor.fldeuce."? Knilrotul Journal. The undersigned, general agents for the State of Virginia for the above excellent and popular Com pany, are prepared to receive applications for LIFE INSURANCE, on all the various systems, at the u*aal rates. They are also prepared to receive applications for agencies of the KNICKERBOCKER at all prom inent points in the State, and will place agencies In ?*o?D HANitson very favorable terms. The KNICKERBOCKER has complied with the deposit law oi Virginia. THOMAS M. ALFRIEND & SON, General insurance Agents, Richmoud, Va. Dr. 0. F. Max son, Medical Examiner, de 4 ? ts rrHE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. ACCUMULATION OVER 8IXTEEN MILLIONS. The profits of this va#t accumulation, as well as the premiums received yearly, NOW OVER FOUR M i LLION S DOLLARS, are annually divided among policyholders. Average cash dividends for 1863 and ISM, SIXTY PER CENT. Average r?v*?rslonanr dividend, payable with the policy at death, ON k HUNDRED AND TWEN TY PER CENT. Applications may be made to Archibald Boiling, J. H Macmurdo, Dr. J. B. McCaw, Alfred Poln d?xter, R. T. Reynolds, John M. Otey, E. B. Meade or John T. Goddin, with 0. K. BRESkE, General i gent for Virginia. Office under R. H Maury U Co , bankers' one door below the post-office. no M? ts FFICK OF THE SOUTHERN GENERAL AGENCY OF TUE SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK. Capital fl.ooo.eoo Sun* I US 600,000 Annual incomo 1,000, OW This company, having compiled with the law of the State requiring a deposit by foreign insurance companies with tne Treasurer, is prepared to issoe policies? either F!RB, INLAND, or MARINE ? on the most favorable terms. Application can be made to James B Macmurdo, Archibald Boiling, John M. Otey, B. B Meade, or John T. Goddin, with O. F. BREflEK, General Agent. Main street, tint door east of post-office, no <8? ts ' ~ TOHN H. MONTAGUE *' (Late of the Merchants Insurance Company of Richmond) INSURES PROPERTY ?>F ALL KINDS IN THE MOST RELIABLE COMPANIES. He also effeots MARINE IN8URANCE AND LIFE INSURANCE. Office, No. 131 Main street, just below the Spote< word Hotel. se It? ta 0F By authority of an act of the General A?s#nibly of TtrgtiilA passed I the JO'h of M*'cb, Incorporating the RICH MOND and IT N? FTBURfl H A I LR< >Tl) C< 'MPANT . the undersigned Commissioner* will op?a bock* (or subscription to the capttal stock of said com pinir oo TlWiUA V to a l?th October. 1M4, at tha b?nlcln/-boa?ea of Maaars Ro II. Msnry It Co., K a. Lancaster A Co., C. W. Pare*U k Co., ajud Willi au B. Imam A Co. sm**"4"* ? JS BHhiPmm' ocM Commlsa loom. pHINA. GLASS, AND HOUSE-FUR NIUHIXG C>or>8._W ? iMftbts day reviving mid opeiilux !'AK0? ADDITIONS to oar pr^opi Htock of CHI.V* and RoUSB-rORNI&HINO Ui'ODS, kqco as Plat* Warners, 1,'ofea and Tea Dm*. Cotf^e B1jrtfln?, Coffew Groquss, Rolled Ma ul Coffe# aiid Tod P..U Alao, Parlor Coal Va4?a and Coal Hodt? ?cry handsome. Alao, FANCY HOODS lnj(reat variety, aaeh *a baaatlfal Writing D*?ks, Work Boxes, nackgaia uiou Boards, Vases, Ac. Call aud *?? tnwm at BRANCH & CURRANT'S China, Class, and Hopsv-ftuulskUut atoia. dej corner Klgbth and Main, No. TM. Wwmmrn fur trimming jam*. eel by POWHaTaN WfclblU&K. no $4? u HI Main nirsui, Hp<n?in in) bloei fiALClNJO) I'LAHT&BL-M bwrwk, V 4 All; ?*j*ciAd,tof uUkf A. I. ill. attifficrffiarr On# square, on* Insertion ? ? Onesqnare, two Insert lo?.. ? JJ On# square, three insertions * ? On# eqnnre, six lne#rtl<me....\:v.;. ? J One square, twelve Insertiona ? On#*qn*r#, onetnontto I" I'm? square, two niouika U 09 One square, three month*. ...A.... 15 00 H OYSTERS. O! FOR BACK HIV EK OYSTERS. NOTICE TO HOflLS, RE8TAURA JfTfl, DEALERS, AMD THE PUBLIC. . * V* thoweei baahets of OTRflM bedded In back riv.tr. which 1 Intend to Mil la Richmond tbl* ittion. Mart of these ar? old plant*. and ar* ip exciient condition. For flaeot and ?*? tbevYre ?up*rior to any In the country, In order to bar? a fresh supply on band at all time#. I bar* leased a store- room, where I will dUpoe* of the WL??t? moderate prlee.by tba bn?hel or gallon* > i?o hundred t a?u?u last rw. celved bylhe *??hooD*r IndUiu. ' WII.L1AM D. BISHOP, So. 17S0 D*ck between Seventeenth and Eigb' ? enth ttreeta. d? l*-lw? EDUCATIONAL T) AN DOLPH if ACOW COLLKG* - JLV VIRGINIA, I!? PULL OPERATE ._Thls time-hon< red Institution la onc? mora In sue e< ?efal operation, with a PULL CORPS (>t PKO? FB8?<?Ra. -The chain of the ?ev*ral schools are II I l?d by abl? and experienced men. There ara lira literary and scientific nchoole, elf: Of A2f riBNT LAMOUAOKK. MaTHBMaTICH, CHEMIf- " TRY and NATU*aL PH1L080PKT. MOttAL PI1I L060PHT and MODERN LA.NuruiKH In addi tion to the above, the of Trustee* have established a school of COMMERCIAL bCIEVfV, with ih<t ?l ??< f string t ? the young men of the eoqntry a BUSINESS M?f CA Tjox. Togr*duate? in all tbe?e schools dit>lm?as are i ranted and the degrees of Bachelor of Arts and I aster nf Art* are conferred su-on (indents wao t accomplish a certain eonr-e. I be high grade < f scholarship formerly required l? ?t > II n a'nt?lned. We have a fall <'HKMlCALand PHILOSOPHICAL APPARATUS, for the Illustration of tba eabjecta taught. The location rf the College In unsurpassed for health and geniality. It u *it<iated mldwae be tween the mountain* and tha seabotrd ; ana da ring a carver of thiny-three year*, and with tkot* aandt> of young men In attendance, 'here haa never been a death arising from tun/'tria or otfe*r local cause. We profee* toeducat* youmc men not only mentally and morally, bnt phynirnUu also. B' ? A KI) ISMXThfcN D' LLARd PER MONTH. Tuition from to ??e, aecor ling to the nnmberof schools atteriilel. will cover #anena?a of board. tlck> ts f< r three schools, matriculation and Contingent f-e* for 'en in>ntb*. Kurmi in the C< lleg? free of charge, but thaatu dent prov|.le? hie own furn fnr-. fue'. and MghU. Young men who are t?r? uai|,i 0 lor, the mini?'ry, and tho*e dii<ikl"1 by t\* Utfe war , wh<?ar* un?b e to pay their lut'lon. will t>?- mIIo V-4 lo attend any or all of the ochooih free of chant*. Thia College t? aitunied near Bo\ dton, the eoanty eeat of tt?c!tlen?urg county, Virginia. Arrangetnenta are ma le to transport atudenta from Ridguay Depot, on the KaUi.h and m?1> don railroad, whllat a conveyance leavea Roan oke station, oil the Richmond, and ihinvtl'.a railroad, on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Priday*, and trie Wolf Trapd?pot, on the ?&me roAd, Tuea davs, ThurMtays. and Saturdayx. We Hollclt a liberal patronage from Maryland, Virginia, and North Carolina, from Uto Weal, (south, atnl 8outhwH*t $ Students will he received at anr tliae. The se cond term will coujinern'e on the nth of dar Februa ry next. Young m-n will be received ana prepared for the College pr -per. For further particular* ad dre?B the tin?l^r?lgncd at Hoyuton Mecklenburg douniy, Virginia TH'^M C. J??11N??'.'<, de 1* Pr. sident Vatidolpn Macon C'-lleg* Richmond fkmalk institutk. Onr school was trannferred OCTOBER 11th to ' the well knowr Inotitote building*, on Tenth, Mamhall, and Clay etreeta. Repaint have ho f?r pro^re?ked a* to afford ample accommodation* for both day pnpiis and boarders With an admirable location, building, and grout'da a complete avstem of cia**e?, embracing the primary a* well aa the collegiate *tn lies, ani a targe and efficient faculty, the Inntitute starts anew on it* ednrational career, and offer* unsar paaned advantages to tu"H? who <!e?ire the 'bo rough Intellectual and moral training of their daughter*. For term*, etc., apply for a rtrcnlar or addreas. CllARf.Kfc H. WINSTON, M A., ocl?? ta^^ rre?ldent. I GROCERIES. L1WUWKW, MV CiOFF EE.? Prime KM). LAG (J a Y KA, / and old QOVBKN MBNT .JAVA ? oKPKK for ?tale by G?"KDO> &CKl3iiAN, Fonrteonth str> ?t, mar Exchange Hotel. datt R I rtO._ RANGOON RICH, 1* 1 ba?f lor Halo by OORDojf & CRl.NOAN, Fourteenth street. near Kxshanne Hotel. <i? U 1 ( II 1/ 1 HARKEIJS Ft.OlTK, all prudes. I,"UU d? rt A Y KTi'KK" Jt C?> ? IV K H A K R E I . S M A RMlA L L'S L SUPERIOR bH"ULDKKfc-to arrice. _d?a A. T. ?>T> K>tt k CO. Five barrels Marshall's FAMILY JjTRlFfc-to arrive. de? A Y STORKS h CO. Fl VK BAR RE L H M A RS HALL'S SUPERIOR FAMlLtf llAilS to arrive, ded A V\ ftToKfcf^A CO. I5AKKLUS KICK EN A WIL ?Jl ? ' LI aM&'S CKLFRKaTED KKFI.VRD RtT OARS in afore for nal* to dealera at tbw ruanufae* lurer?' price. PALMKR, HAKTSooK U CO., ? d?4 Agenfr here, Fonrt? nth ?treet. Buckwheat flour, a choice ar ticle, for tale by noi9 Wn.TJAM T KTXQ A CO. s JUNDRI E9. 10 hoirahHads bright el*ar BACON 81 DBS, S h"ghoad? brtghl 8H??ULDKRS, ?? S tlnrcf* Hinall-*t*?? new Ha MS, 1M barrels FLOUR, aoudry br?uda ; 50 barrels SUGAR, unndry branda: 1M bo*** NoaP, nearly every kind ; 145 itaclo* MARSHALL SALT, 10 tierce* LEAF LARD, 75 \h>xm ADAMA>T1>B ?nd TALLOW CA*? DL88, 10 half chuKtaTEA, part pr'?e; e_oTti> 20 tarr^lii *nd balf barrel* 0**1^ T JL ? >5 harrt*la tin* old WHiUK V } RUM and UlH, in barrel* common WH^KT , _ W d?t-n BK????*K and BI1CKRT8, 75 barreia NORTH CA kOLiN A HKRRIN08, sobnrrel* fine SMOKING T??H aCC<>, In papert ; "d M"" """ "w7l"um tMKYif no 27 t? lt\7 Main ?tra?4. c;aa barrelw RICHMOND " BXTRA" OvRland "tiUPEKFr *" FL"UK, ? eorUon direct from Chica^, on eon?'gpment for ?*r? pALMbK, U*RTi>ooK * CO., no 17 Fourteenth etreet. T)URE JAMAICA RUM. 1 GENUINE FRENCH BRANDT. SHKKRV. MADEIRA, and FoKT WISBB, f?nn?)q by FTo* B. WILiiOJf 4 FOSTBB. HOPS.- Crop of 1H#W, by the bala or h.U MJ., T * CO 10 HOGSHEADS PORTO RICO SU (URforMtebjr^ wlLg<)N k gogiER. BACON SI IiKH. axirn dear, vary Una ; LARD, in b*rr-le and email p-ckagi*. ; BUT TKH.tn ?.?? ; H"W. In DIBHOLUTIONB. ^ DIHHOLlffl()N.-The ftvpartnowhlp ' heretofore exlMiog nr.<j?r tba ?tjl* Brat of > HALL & Hl'TCHlbOX u ibla d?jr dla?olra?i by ? umlaut content, KDttAR retlHnjr therefrom. The attain of tba lala buainaaa will ba nettled by the remaining partner Jul?-, W. UALL. EbflAK 6. HUTtHISOjf . Hiomond, XoTtsber ia, IM4. Thotihacrlber will e<>Qtin?* tb* IKP^BTISO -?.ND JUlJBI NO Bl'SI.N k>S In N<>Tl??Ns ?n4 PAiUCT 0????!>s at tba Aid -t.md of Hall ft H.rtchl ?on, So IS 17 lfftlu. 4bora Thifttovib atr*?t. K?#h? , n?oui, Va. and will be ple**?d to ?-rv bl* frlenda and the trade *?narally ' J?/HJ W.Uai,L. ' KlCimogJj. NoTemtmr 1*. 1M*. no 15- eodln D~ 1880 L U T I ON .?The concern oif TAKDT A WILLI aMM har1n* been ebanirad ou tbe ui of February !??(, Ib? n?A? of thai con* f corn will only be u?ed by aliher partner la wind* luf ip I hat bdalneaa. The citt ern of 8. C. TaKUY ft C'V U thla day dlaaolved by ihe withdrawal ?f JAMEM T WlL* L'AMS. t>. Q. TAKl> Y t?**iijf a*?uiu-<J the to apon?iblllty of the payment or (lit drtiu of that concern, will alone i.? au< b oritvd Uum lb1* date to ?Uu ?ha name of b. C. TaKuT & M). All p?rw>na In labtad to the tonctau will thorufow juafca p*f? '? luenltobuu. 6. C. TAKU'. JAMKb T. WILLIAM. Sicihovo, Novambar Jl. UM. Tba nnd#r?lfi'?d wilt com In eta tba A0CT1OI and C?'MSIU>hlO.S BCbl .> t-h at the o d .tand, corner of *av?at<*ath and frok atroela, where b? will be plnued to tea tbe patron* ?>( t be late Anna. 1 All bostneaa amru?t?d In ku car* abali bar* uruinut AAd /xlLLl ul *U4ut:on. p*Vm?yV 1 ' | Q TAHDT In withdrawn* from tha ooncarn of I. 0. TAB* i>T M CO., I mum f alacer* ihtnfca to My Mania far tn? twj llbai*l paJrobM* #*UtJ*dio lb* Abcrra fin*,au< rvqawt A ac,?Mfe?atioo tfttl "8MS? ?** Tin latoly am BPORTftMHN OF Wtf?SfeWJ^Afe_ __ _ no siu-t ?u.wkfuw W ? n>. FLASKS, Ac., I a.??are inv IftAt my ?lock la aa good an can b? ba-l In tba city. All I Mk la to f Ira in?a vail *j<d eka?ln? brfor# Koiutf elaawhore. W. A. WaL^H. Main at root, batwaaa ^aKaontband riffcuwatb, da 7-Jw [ old 1^0. ?*. i^ALVXK INa-y RKSXlF^ura " AMK V ' K1CAM? for cal? at I?duc. d by o. u. a&^ficLM f ?? J# l? U TUtrteenLb xnnit. an6 ou ;