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WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 19, 1866. LETTE* rROttWAftHlXUTOX. Corre?pond?nc?of thf Richmond Dlopatfb. Thf Pic hi AffulnM ihr Kurnllrr Pantonine Powfr-R?dif?ll?m after Alexandria ? Thr Jtfw Orlnm rommiiiff-Thf F.*pc?'?f<l Vet* MfMHSr-RrorKiini/RiiAii of ihc Democratic Tariy? The Graveyard (ommlltw. Washington, December 17, 1866. The Radicals seem very anxious to com. plete the passage of the bill to repeal the 13th section of the act to suppress insur rection ? which was rushed through the House on the first day of the session, but which is yet pending in the Senate ? before Congress adjourns over for the holidays, and the chances &re very much in their favor. The bill will not in any event be sent to the President before the reassembling of Congress. It has l?een determined not to present the District Sutl'rage bill until then. For the purpose of extending the exam ple of negro suffrage and getting as many negro voters in the fold as possible, it is seriously proposed to take Alexandria from the State o! Virginia, and re annex that city to the District of Columbia. The New Orleans Investigating Commit tee does not seem to be a favorite with several of the members of Congress who have been Appointed thereon. Three of the Appointees have declined service, the latest Ixing Mr. McCullough, of Maryland, who backed out to-day. They have an ex tensive field for operations, and are already vigorously at work " investigating." It is believed that the message of the President giving his objections to the Se nate suffrage bill will be presented to that body immediately after he is officially no tified of its passage. As Conservative Republicanism seems to have turned out to be a most decided fail ure, very many prominent Democrats are disposed to unite in the call issued by the State Convention recently held at Louis ville for a general convention. The subject has been under consideration tor sometime, but it is more probable that Cincinnati would be the place of holding it than the former city. There is very little doubt that the party will be thoroughly reorgan ized by the next presidential election. The Reconstruction Committee is al ready hurt hened with a multitude of bills and resolutions which have been confided to its consideration. Like the thousand and one schemes submitted to it at the last session, but few of them will ever expe rience resurrection. Timon. general assembly or yiroisia. TfEfDAT, December IS, 1^66. SENATE, The Senate met at 12 o'clock. and was called to order by the Lieutenant Governor. Prayer by the Rev. Dr. Burrows, of the Baptist Church. , , , .. A communication was received from the House of Delegates announcing the passage of 81 House bill to constitute a part of Holladay creek a lawful fence was taken up, on motion of Mr. Gait, and passed. THE PCBLIC TRISTIN'O. The Chair sumbittcd a communication from Superintendent of Public Printing in response to a resolution adopted by the Senate yester day, inquiring into the reason for the delay in the delivery of printed documents. Mr. 1 al mer places the responsibility of the alleged de lav upon Mr. Goode, Hie printer, to the Sen ate and gives notice that lie will hereafter re uuire that all documents ordered by the Sen ate to be printed shall be placed in his (Mr. Palmer's) hands previous to being sent to Mr. Goode. in order that he may be made aware of the cause of any future delay, and report the same to the Senate. Mr. Strother moved that the communication be laid upon the table and printed, and sub mitted the following resolution upon the sub R(9"Ivk1, That a special committee of three be appointed to investigate where the fault lies in the printing and distributing the neces sary documents, and report what action is necessary in order to have the same done, and make any further report in regard to the Su perintendent of Public Printing deemed pro per and for public interest. Mr. Gray moved to lay the resolution upon the table. ' Agreed to? ayes, 14 ; noes, 10. The communication was laid upon thetablt, and ordered to be printed. TUB SCCCESSOB OV Jt'IHlE THOMPSON. . A message was received from the Governor nominating the Hon. Alexander liives as the successor ol Hon. Lucas P. Thompson, de ce.iscd, upon the bench of the Supreme Court of Appeals of the State of irgwla. Mr. Keen offered a joint resolution fixing Wednesday the l<?th. at half-past 2 o clock . 1 . M. as the time for going into the election , which was adopted, and forthwith communi cated to the House. BILLS BBPOHTEIt. Mr Gray, from the Committee on General Law*,, reported a bill to incorporate the < ?'dar Run Mining Company in thecouuties of Madi son and Page. nn,,|s Mr Keen, from the Committeo on Roads and Internal Navigation, reported, without amendment, a bill authorizing railroad and canal companies to guarantee and endorse the bonds of other railroad and canal companies , which was read once and ordered to a second r*Mi\U Keen, from the same committee, re ported a bill to amend the 46th, 4.1 [?, 481 th, 4i,th, M?th. and Mst sections of chapter #1 of the Code of 1S?>0. Read once and ordered to a second reading BOAXOBE COLL BOB. Mr Peck presented the petition of the Fa culty of Roanoke College, asking that this in stitution may be the recipient ol a certain na tional bounty on conditions required by acts of Congress. Referred to the Committee on Public Institutions. BES01.rT10?S. The following resolutions of inquiry were introduced and referred to the appropriate ^"jiv'Mr *Uuld ? Into the propriety of making an appropriation in favor of John Ireemen, superintendent of weights and measures, he haung been appointed by the Governor un der existing laws, and no appropriation having been made at the last session ol the General ABvMry<!alt.? Into the exjiediency of pay li.? a* portion of the interest on the public debt, on the basis suggested by the Auditor of Pubiic Accounts in his annual report. Bv Mr. Coleman. ? Into the exjiediency ol increasing the compensation of the cominis lioLT* of the revenue in the counties of ^M^L^T-Into the ?p?li?cy of .o changing the law as to make it more effectual against the killing of deer at certain seasous of the year. 1BTEBEST TP0S TUB PUBLIC DEBT. Mr. Lee offered the following resolution, ^kwoife^Tbat the Committee on Finance be instructed immediately to report La bin ^o nmcudinr the act passed March i, l?6o, entitieo art to provide for funding the interest upon the public debt " as to provide that the 31 of the State of Virginia, as at present constituted, shall be issued lor only two thirds of the arrears of interest, or of the iutert'Stfor th* year 1^66 due on the principal of each bond Issued prior to the 17th day ol Apnl, 1861 two-thirds being the portion of the pub lic debt justly chargeable to the State of \ ir irinia as at present organized according to the estimate of the Auditor. B0C5PAB1K8 OF THE CITT OF B 1 <"H H0HD. Mr Ould introduced a bill to extend and de AStLSS Of tb. city of Richmond ; which was referred to the Committee on Ge neral Laws. THE ELECTION 07 JCDOE. On motion of Mr. Gray, the amendment of the House fixing half-past 1 instead of naif past 2 on "Wednesday, as the time for going a, to the election of the successor of Judge Thompson, was concurred in. bxuibtbh or th* laud omce a*? ucoud ac ditob. Mr Boiling. from ths special committee aupointed to confer with a committee on the appointea regard to continuing the gSstesfe discretion to nppoint a chief clerk at a salary . ol exceeding >1.100 per aunuin ; and 1 but the consideration of the office of Second Auditor he postponed for the present. rbtkscb or ctlpsppeb/ The bill to extend the time for paying Into ? hi Treasury the revenue of the county of called up by Mr Strother, who moved' a suspension of the rules with a view ? , .1.. till uuon its passage. Not IZriZ to and tb? bill *?' rofwred W lt>? TBI r?C?T LAW#. The bill to amend the 4th action of chapter 141 of the Cod*. relating to the rates of Intsr Ht, was taken up, and the question being npon Its passage. the yea* and nays wore ordered, and the bill passed by the following vote : Yras ? Mssars Boiling, Cabell, Dnlaney, Quit, Hannah. K?*n, Ke 1 >, Uffmn, Lftnuwy, McKae, Millar, Onld, 8aonder?. Sr., Strother? 14 N*va ? Matsrs Alexander, Belair, Carter, Cole roan, t'rockett, T>avla, Mitchell, reck, Powell, Taliaferro, Washington? 11. When Mr. Trout's nam* wn? called, he stated that he had paired off with the Senator from Norfolk city iMr. Robinson]. Mr. Power stated that had he t?een present when the roll was called he would have voted In oppoaition to the bill. HILL PASSED. Mr. Strother moved a suspension of the rules with a view to taking up the bill to in corporate the Cedar Run Mining Company, In the conntlca of Madison and Page. The motion prevailed, aud the bill was taken up and pasted. TERMS or C0CRTS. Mr. Lemony called up House bill to amend s.'. tioiiH o r\n?i 14 of chapter 58 of the Code In relation to holding the terms of conrts Mr. Letnosy moved to amend the bill so a* to make it conform with the Code in the 6th j section, 12th line, after the words November, the words " for the city of Portsmouth on the 1st day of March and 1st day of September in every year." The amendment was agreed to. , Mr. Ould moved that the limitation of thir- i ty-flve flays, so far as the Circuit Court of Richmond' is concerned, be stricken out. Agre?>d to. The bill as thus amended, passed. THE COCNTT REV KNCES. With a view to getting some action npon his bill extending the time for paying the reve nue of Culpeper county into the State Trea sury, on motion of Mr. Strother, the Commit- ; tee lor Courts of Justice were instructed to inquire into the propriety of extending the tune of paying the revenue into the Treasury [ by the sheriff of the different counties. KBAL ESTATE MAlfcf ACTCRIK4I COMPANT OF DAN VI!.! E. The bill to Incorporate the Renl Estate Ma- ! nufacturiug Company of Danville was taken i up, and Mr. Keen moved to fill a blank with the words "five years." Agreed to. The question being upon the passage of the bill, it was advocated by Mr. Keen and op- . posed by Mr. McRae. On motion of Mr. Keen, the bill was laid upon the table. 801'THWKSTEK* VIBOIXIA MIXING, AC., COMPANT. Mr. Strother called up the bill to incorporate i the Southwestern Virginia Mining, Smelting, and Transportation Company, and moved that the committee be discharged from Its further consideration, with a view to immediate ac tion. ,^The motion was agreed to, and the bill was read bv the Clerk. Mr. Gray moved to amend the bill so that the consent of owners of land must be bad by the incorporators to get possession of the land. 1 The amendment was adopted, and the bill passed. CONNECTION T1ETWFFN THE SorTHSIDE AND CO- | VISUTON AND OHIO KAII.R0AD3. On motion of Mr. Hannah, the Senate took up the bill to authorize the Southside Railroad Company to extend their road to a connection with the Covington and Ohio railroad, and to increase its capital stock to 000,000 lor the purpose. After a considerable debate, the bill was laid I upon the table for the present. RBPt'DI ATI ON . The joint resolution from the House of Dele gates, declaring that this General Assembly 1 will not pass any acts to repudiate the debt of tho State, was taken up. Mr. (iray moved a suspension of the rules for the purpose of putting the resolution upon its passage. Mr. Keen hoped the resolution would take its usual course and go to a committee : and, 011 his motion, the Senate then adjourned. I HOUSE OF DELEGATES. Prayer by the Rev. Dr. Hopson. Committees made reports, including a num- I ber of bills, which were placed on thecalen- 1 dar. A message from the Senate announced the j passage ol sundry bills, which were referred. 1 JCDUE OF THE COfKT OF APPKAI.S. A message from the Governor, l>y his aid Colonel Lewis, announced that lie had filled j the vacancy in the Supreme Court of Appeals occasioned by the death of the lamented Judge : Thompson, which occurred since the lastses- j siouol the Legislature, by the appointment of the Hon. Alexander Rives, ol Albemarle. ! Under the Constitution he is now required to make a nomination to the Legislature for the olQce, and in fulfilment ol" this duty he nomi- | nates Mr. Rives. Soon afterwards the Senate announced, by Mr. Keen, that that body had passed a reso- | lution to go into the election of a judge of 1 the Court of Appeals to-morrow at half past' 'Jo'clock. The House amended the resolution . so as to fix the hour for the election at half past 1 o'clock, and the resolution as amended was agreed to. BILLS PASSED. The following bills were read a third time and passed : _ _ Senate bill for the relief of Charles L. I ow ell, sheriff of Pittsylvania county. Senate bill authorizing proinisory notes, 4c., to be made payable at the oilice of a licensed broker. And the following House bills: Amending chapter 77 of Code in relation to church property. To amend the laws relating to the printing of the acts and resolutions of the General Assembly. Authorizing the Southwestern "\ irginia Mining, Smelting, and Transportation (. 0111 pany to construct a railroad from Kind's salt works to a point 011 the Virginia and Tennes see railroad at or near Dublin. To construct Clinch Valley railroad. To incorporate the Roanoke Savings Bank. Permitting subscriptions tothecapital stock of railroad and canal companies to be paid in land. Amending and re-enacting the 3d section of an act passed December l.r>, 1^65, amending the charter of the town of Danville. Mr. Baldwin laid before the Legislature a letter from Mr. H. D. Whitcomb, superin tendent of the Central railroad, upon theinat ter of regulating freights ami transportation on railroads. Referred to the Committee 011 Roads. HEPCDIATION. The engrossed resolutions upon repudiation were passed nem. vun. APPROPRIATION FOR ARTIFICIAL 1. 1MBH, The bill " to provide artificial limbs for citi zens of this Commonwealth who lost their limbs in the late war," came upon its engross ment. The question on engrossment was de cided in the aiTirmative. On motion of Mr. Garnett, the rule was suspended, and the bill was passed by a unani mous vote of the House. It appropriates Uo.ooo for the object indicated. RAILROAD TRANSPORTATION*. The bill " to regulate express transportation over the railroads of the Commonwealth'' came up on its second reading, and was, on motion of Mr. Turner, made the order of the day for Thursday, the 3d of January. RESOLUTIONS. Resolutions were introduced and referred: By Mr. Atkinson. ? Inquiring into the expe diency of so amending the act to provide fur the funding of the public debt passed March 2, 1M4, as to provide that Virginia shall be re sponsible only for the interest on so much of the public debt as may be due from her upon a fair adjustment of that debt. By Mr. Woodson. ? Into the exp?*diency of repealing or suspending the act of March 2, providing for the funding of the interest on the public debt until Virginia's proportion of said debt shall have been ascertained. By Mr. Bentloy.? Into the expediency of re quiring savings banks to report semi-annually to the auditor. By Mr. Holmes.? Into the expediency of paying or assuming the bonds issued to the James River and Kanawha Company alluded to in the report of the auditor. By Mr. Staughan.? Inquiring into the expe diency of sundry amendments to the stay law. By Mr. Evans.? Into the expediency of making an appropriation to the Richmond Medical College. By Mr. Booker.? Into the expediency of al lowing justices of the peace to solemnize the rites of matrimony. By Mr. Watkins.? Into the expediency of consolidating the certificates of debt issued under ninety-four acts of Assembly, as recoin mendedby the auditor. By Mr. Hancock ? Of authorizing the Se cretary of the Commonwealth te have printed an additional number of theactsof the \Vheel ing Legislature during the extra session of July, 1M1. By Mr. Hancock ? Into the expediency of providing that parties interested shall make certain compensation to justices of the peace trying warrants. BILLS. Bills were presented and referred : By Mr. Lee.? A bill toextend and define the corporate limits of the city of Richmond. By Mr. Evans.? To amend the 20th section of chapter 199 of the Code of Virginia of 1S?0 in regard to witnesses in prosecutions for un lawful gaming. Ry Mr. Magruder.? Amending the law in relation to fences and for the protection of crops. By Mr. Harris ? To Incorporate the Pied moiit R?al E*uite Insurance Company of Vlr ginia. By Mr. Miller.? To amend the law relative u> fences and the protection of crops. On motion, the IIoum* adjourned. r|K> TOBACCO MANUFACTURERS. X We otf?r for sale, at lowest prices. BUM. In barrels; (JVM, In bales and barrels; LlComCB, a large asso"tju?Ut of most favorite brands. o?* ^ ' HAJtVlYI * WILLUJfq, BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, &c JPRESH ARRIVALS. BOOTS AND 8H0ES.I I har? m?d* Urge addition* to my stock of BOOTH ?nd hHOEN in the l**t fevr d?r?, whl?b renders It, perhaps, fhe me*t complete and desira ble In tho city. I mention a few of the kind* just received : Ladl?*' Frenchlkld|fairatltched COIfOKESS OAI TBR8 Ladle*' French kid doubled-soled laced POLISH BOOTS, Ladle#- French kid stont aingled-soled laced BAL? MORALS. Lad I en' French kid stout slngle-soled laced SATIN calf Balmorals, Lad lee' Rngllsh LA8TINO GAITERS, from ?2.5?to ?5 per pair; . ? Gent*' French calf double and sln^le-soled BOOT*, Gents' French calf double and alngle-soled CON' ORR8N OAITKH8, Gent*' PATENT LEATHER BOOTS. I hare on hand, In addition to the above. all the different style* and qualities of Ladies' and Gents' BOOTS and SHOES now worn. My *tock of Misse*', Cbllden's, Boya', and Youth*' t>HOES 1* unequalled In the city. Purchasers will do well to call at the corner of Ninth and Main street*. de 17? lw JOHNJC. PAGB, Jr^ Boots AND SHOES.? I lmveonhfuid a large stock of good*. suitable ritv and country trade, which 1 am selling ?II VERY LOW. I have MEN FINE CALFf ?! SEWED BOOTS at MX DOLLARS and* oth*r goods equally low A GOOD FIT warranted, and good* equal to any that are made to order. All are invited to call before purchasing elsewhere. 11 M. GASTON, de 15 1420 Main street. r|TH E RICHMOND BOOT AND 1 8H<?R MANUFACTURING f'oMI'.lN Y No. 1409 Main street, i* tho your BOOTS and SHOES. our work Jtnd guarantee every pair. and see for yourselves, and encourage home in dustry. MEN '8 BOOTS made to order at feven dollars and a half per pair. All o'her shoes i-lnap in pro portion. MORRIS MONTGOMERY, Salesman, de 14 J. S. LEWIS, Manufacturer. BUUT Ai>U G COMPANY, place to buv IB I We makt^a/Ij ?ry pair, "all rp Y. A.? THERE YOU ARE, RIS I ? TORI, and SHNDOWN-new style HATS for 3KR, street. flli R young men? just received. POWHATAN WF.ISIOFR, no 8 815 Main street. E M O V A L . FROM 819 TO 120.1. The undersigned notifies bin Jriends and | the public generally tlist he has removed from the stand lately occupied by him in No. 819, and has taken the large ana commodious store in the new building lately erected by Mr. John Graeme, one door nelow Twelfth street. No. 1203, Nrxt Door to the TBJ.EOHArn Oppic*, where he will, THIS DA Y, open a Urge stock of BOOTS. SHOES ana TRUNKS. and all other articles in his line, embracing every variety o' style and quality. Being determined to sell all his stock at small profits, he hopeR to receive a continuation of the liberal patronage he has hitherto received. Captain Johx Poe, Jr., and Mr. C. S. Matbici, are with him as talesmen. WILLIAM F. WHITE, no 2? t* No. 1203 Main street. T< )HN DOOLEY, HAT M ANU FAC ?I TURER AND DEALER, UNDER THE fJB SPOTS WOOD HOTEL, RICHMOND, VA.,J3| has now in store a new and complete assort-***"** ment of HATS and CAPS for Gentlemen and Boys. Also, a splendid assortment of LADIES' FURS of the newest styles, and at very moderate prices. Tho assortment of HATS comprises the Cambridge, L'Emperenr, Pnot, Dictator, Victor, Croquet, Park, Clipper, Wlnton, Rambler, Rlstorl, French Dress, Dasher, Morton, Driving. Brighton, How's This, How's That, Dexter. BOYS HATS: Oxford, Brighton, Stanley, Neptune, Tudor, Driving, &c., &c.. witn a co?m>let? stock of GENTLEHEN'8 BOYS', and CHILDREN 'SUA PS^ oc 27 G1RAND OPENING ? SAVE YOCTR I MONEY.? Call at Richmond Shoe Store, coi - ner of Ninth and Broad street-. Get yonr children shoes at SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS per pair. MISSES' SHOES', *1. 50 ; GAITERS, fair quality, ft. 50 : GOAT BOOTS, fair quality, *1.50; BOYS' and YOUTHS' GOOD SHOES, *1.50 ; MEN'S BKOGANS, *1.50. ALSO, a general assortment of LA DIES', GENTLEMEN'S, MISSES', BOYS', and ('11 li DREN'S SHOES of finer quality, at prices to KUit.tho time*. All kinds of fine work made to order. A. M. Davis foreman ol the manufacturing department. .c 18 JACOB COHN. ri RE AT REDTri ION IN TH E \J PRICE OF BOOTS AND SHOES.. From fifteen to twenty per cent, saved' by buying from I . H . ANTHONY, 721 Main street Gentlemen's fine Calfskin sewed and pegged Boots, Congress Gaiters, Balmoral shoes and Oxford Tie*. together with an assort ment of Boys' and Children's Shoes. J. H ANTHONY, no 20? ts six doors above Spotswood Hotel. ft PROFESSIONAL CARDS. DR. JOHN G. 8K ELTON (late of Powhatan county, Va ,) mav be found at otllce No 73a MAIN STKEET, THREE DOORS ABOVE SP<?TSWOOD HOTEL, from lo a. M. to 2 P. M. ; at all other hours at his residence, No. 512 Seventh street, north side, between C'luy and Leigh. de 17? "m nENTAL NOTICE ? REMOV A L. ? JOHN G. WAYT, DENTIST, has re- 1 moved his otllce to his new residence, on( Ninth street between Franklin and Grace streets. Ha lm* resumed the practice of ME CHANICAL DENTISTRY, and inserts teeth on gold, silver, or vulcanite, at tho pleasure of his pa tients. de 12? I'm TJR. GEORGE li. STEEL, DENTIST, No. 723 Mai.v, between Seventijand Eighth streets, Richmond, Va. [de 12? tsj DR J A M E S I) O V E , OFFICE AND RESIDENCE No. 121 MAY08TREET, THIRD DOOR ABOVE SYNAGOGUE. Can be found at all hours day and night, [de ?? ts] nR. SAMl L I j LOO AN, recently of Charleston, S. C., offers h;s profossiomtl ser vices in ths practice of SURGERY, including DISEASES OF THE EYE, EAK, ?Sic. Oltice, No. 1324 Main street. Residence, Decatur street, Man chester. no 21? lm Y DAVISON, SURGEON DENTIST. Office and Residence, No. 1110 Mai*, between Eleventh and Twelfth STREETS, RICHMOND, Ya. [oc 24 ? ly J ^ B. PLEASANTS, M. D,, anc|_ H. CLARKE, D. D. S. Office : Governor street, opposite Governor's Hotpb [oc H>? ts] DR. CRENSHAW'S OFFICE AND RESIDENCE removed to 615 Franklin street, between Sixth and Seventh. no 10? ta DR. P. p. DUVAL CALLS THE AT TENTION of the public to bin circular com munication upon the nature and treatment of ASI ATIC CHOLERA, .iic., j lift i Kb ued. Hie high claims (should command attention. He affirms that his ANTI-SPASMODIC, which is for sale by all the drnggists in the city, has never failed to cure Astatic cholera in any aud all of iu stages, when given as directed. He offers his services to tbe citizens of Richmond free of charge, and urges them, in the interests of huuianUy, to give him a trial. Office corner of Main and Governor streets, over E. B. Spence. . oc 10? ts Rh. talley, attorney at ? LA W, practices in the city of Richmond, counties of chesterfield, Henrico, and Hanover. Also, attends to the COLLECTION OF CLAIM#. Office and residence, Manchester. Communications addressed to Manchester, Va., will receive prompt attention. oc 4? U 'ITHOMAS J. EVANS, ATTORN E Y L AT LAW AND COMMISSIONER IN CHANCE RY, practices in the Courts of the City of Rich mond and the County of Henrico. Office on Frank lin. second door from Sixth street. la 12? U DISSOLUTIONS. Dissolution. -The concern of TARDY A WILLIAMS having been changed on the 1st of February last, the name of that con cern will only be used by either partner in wind ing up that business. The concern of S. C. TARDY A CO. la this day dissolved by the withdrawal of JAMES T. WIL LIAMS. S. C. TARDY having assumed the re sponsibility of the payment of tbe debts of that concern, will alone be ar/hori?ed from this date to sign the name of 8. C. TaRDY A CO. All persons indebted to the concern will therefore make pay ment to him. S. C. TARDV. JAMES T. WILLIAMS. fiiCHXOKD, November 21, ism. The undersigned will continue the AUCTION and COMMISSION BUSlJIEhS at the old stand, corner of Seventeenth and Dock streets, where he will be pleased to see tbe patrons of the late firms. All business entrusted to his care shaH have prompt and faithful attention. 8. C. TARDY. In withdrawing from the concern of S. C. TAR DY A CO., I return < y sincere thanks to my friends for tbe very liberal patronage extended to the above firm, arid request a continuation of the same to my late partner Mr. S C. TARDY. no 22? t* JAMES T. WILLIAM8. LIME, LIME.? a No. 1 article of BUILDING L1MK manufactured In Richmond. Bricklavers and others will find U to to call before purchasing elsewhere. We also h.? slaK?> * CO.. ?mi., ?>.(?.? ?"?? CLOTHING. pOSITIVELY OUR LAST APPEAL. ON THE SSTH OF DECEMBER WE WILL CLOSE OUR BUSINESS, j and having only ona more w?ek to Mil oar STOCK, WHICH II TIT FBBTTT LAH4B, W? Will Mil, WOT AT COST, BCT WILL OITI GR.EATER INDUCEMENTS THAN EVER, AXD BILL TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. LESS THAN COST, la order to sell AiL WE HAVE IN STORE. COME SOON IF YOU WANT BARGAINS. YOKE MILL SHIRTS, THIRTY DOLLARS PBR DOZEN. LOEB BROTHERS, 1313 MAIN STREET. ? P. 8.? Our STOIiB will be ocQapied by BID GOOD k REILY. de l*-t? LOEB BROTHERS. QL0TH3NG FOR EVERY ONE! .'JEMEMBIB THE HOLIDAYS, AND GO TO CORSE* Mai* A5D Testh, THOMAS 8. BALDWIN k CO. '8. If you wan t a nice nnit for the holidays, call at BALDWIN A CO.'S. If yon want to make a gift of a nice snlt, rail at BALDWIN k CO. '8. If you want a fine Black Dre?s Sait for parties, call at BALDWIN k CO.'S. If yoa want a splendid Business Silt, call at BALDWIN Si CO.'S. If yoa want the best and cheapest suit In the city, call at BALDWIN Si CO.'S. If you want boys' cassimere latest-style suits, call at BALDWIN Si CO. '8. If you want splendid Beaver Overcoats, call at BALDWIN Si CO.'8. If you want a nice Cloth Cape, cut like a cloak, call at BALDWIN k CO.'S. If you -want an Overcoat, tho cheapest in t h e city, call at BALDWIN Si CO. '8. Ifyoa want Boy*' Clothing of every quality, call at BALDWIN & CO.'S. If you want Under Clothing of overy kind, call at BALDWIN k CO.'S. If you want Gloves, kid or any other kind, call at BALDWIN k CO.'S. If you want any Furnishing Goods, call at BALDWIN k CO.'S. Ifyoa want splendid Trunk* or Travelling Bags, call at BALDWIN k CO.'S. If you want nice fresh goods, recently made, call at BALDWIN k CO.'S. If you want goods at a very small advance upon the cost of manufacture, remember to call at BALDWIN k CO.'S, coroerof Main and Tenth streets. [de 17] JH B. SPENCE, Aoent, 'merchant tailor and clothier, (Oi n PTAXD) No. 1390 MAIS STREET, CORNER OF deli Thibtebxth. ? PECIALTIES. S BALDWIN'S CLOTHING HALL, (successors to Kekn, Baluwih k Co.,) Established in U38, CORNER OF MAIN AND TENTH STREETS. NE PLUS ULTRA. Latest and most fashionable CLOTHINO and BROADWAY STYLES, of most choice cloths, and made up by the best workmen. CORNER OF MAIN AND TENTH STREETS. We MAKE to ORDER, to measure, and good# delivered in eight days from date of order, in point of style and material that will compare with any other maker in America. Oar points are CHEAPNESS, STYLE, and DURABILITY ; and we js-mirttntee to please the most fastidious. We have practical men to take your orders. CORNER OF MAIN AND TENTH STREET8. SINE QUA NON OVERCOATS ASD CAPES, AI.L THE 5EW RTTI.B CF OCT A*D MATERIAL, A nd we challenge this or any other city to BEAT US IN OUR PRICE8 ON OVERCOATS, for we have made up oar goods since the great de cline in the market, and we give oar customers the advantage. OVERCOATS FROM EIGHT TO FORTY DOLLARS. Corner of Main and Tenth. BY EXPRESS AND STEAMER we are receiving every day or so, from oar mann factory, made up to oar special order, PARTT SUITS, B06INESS SUITS, BOYS' and CHILDREN'S CLOTTIINO. Ladles, wo invite yon specially to call and select for your husbands, brothers, children; and like wise speak a kind word te yonr admirers, for we believe all ladles like to see a neatly-dressed gen tleman. We invite yon to our beautiful store, CORNER MAIN AND TENTH STREETS. del* HOLT RICHARDSON <fe CO., MERCHANT TAILORS, Fourteenth BTEirr, or posits Exchange Hotel, RICHMOND, VA., h?T? lust received a fresh supply of WINTER GOODS, consisting of French and English Beaver Overcoatings, Dress Cloths, Casstmeres, Silk and Velvet Veatlngs. and Cassimeree for Business Suits, selected with much care, which they are prepared to make up in style, lit, trimmings, and workmanship not surpassed. They aollclt a call from their patrons and the pablie. no 16 ? <m Lovers of field bPO&T,? Yon are r mum ted to call and examine oar large and well-eeleetad stock of fine ENG LISH GUV 8, both mniile and brtech- loading, from the moet cele brated makers. Also, oar eplendld assortment of GUNNING EQUIPMENTS. Including AMMU NITION. JOHN H. TYLER k CO., encceeaora to Mitchell k Tyler, ??IB ? fa ltll Mainaira*t WOOL. WOOL.? WASHED and UN WASHED WOOL purchased by CHARLES HOWARD, nnll ?sm? Oarv and Pift??nth atr*?U OOLE LEATHER FOR SALE AT O reduced prices by 0. H. CHALKLRY k CO., d? IS? ta Thirteenth atreet. ( CALFSKINS ? FRENCH and AME v R1CAN? for sale at r?daeed prices by o. H. chalkliy * Co., de u-t* Tbuteenlh sUeel. OPAL AND WOOD. rpO DEALERS IN WOOD.? The Vir X ftnla Central Railroad Company propoM* to dispoe* of from four thousand to Ave thousand cord* of WOOD, delivered in Blchinond daring the winter. The company owni an enclcmed lot on Clay street, and the line of the road, which may be need for a reasonable time by purchasers fr-? of charge. For farther information, apply to the undersigned at the company'* office. H. P. WHFTCOMB, de 17? lw General Superintendent. Q W. SNELLING8, COAL AND WOOD DEALER. Office, Fourteenth street, near Richmond and Danville depot. [de 8? ly] ^NTHRACITE COAL ! ANTHRACITE COAL! ! Superior quality. Warranted free-burning. Sold by weight. LARUS & CHERRY, Dock street between Seventeenth de 12? ta and Eighteenth. s OFT COKE.? CARBON HILL SOFT COKE, free from popping, for sale by WERTH, RATHBD5 h CO., no 13? ts Tenth street between Main and Cary. I ENGLISH GRATE COAU? 300 tons !i ENGLISH ORATE COAL for sale at reduced price to close consignment bv no# g. C. TARDY A CO. SPRINGFIELD AND DEEP RUN COAL MINING AND MANUFACTURING COMPANY. W. H. TALMAOE k CO., New York. P. A. WELLFORD. No. 725 west Broad street and Ship Locks, Richmond, Ya. CLABBER or COAIi : 1. LUMP COAL, soft I ? 00 2. LUMP COAL, hard, for stores and grates, 5 50 a. AVERAGE RUN OF PITS, soft 5 50 4. AVERAGE RUN OF PITS, hard, for en gines. 6 00 5. SMiTHS' COAL, very superior 5 00 ANTHRACITE, best red and white ash.... 10 00 Orders left at yards at Lock, Broad, or Sixth street, with any of the dealers, or at 314 Seventh street, will be promptly attended to. se 21? 3m ^NTHRACITE COAL. SAM U E L P. HAWE8 A SON, ElOHTBB.YTH A5D Cart btrkbtb. [se 15? ts] COAL.? THE DOVER COMPANY offer for sale at their yard, on Sixth strbkt, bbtwbb.* Cakal a*d Btrd, at the following prices for the month of December : LUMP, for grates, at W 00 AVERAGE, superior for grates or engines.... 4 50 8MITHS' J 50 OVEN COKE, for cooking purposes 3 50 per load of 25 bushels, delivered in any part of the city. se 1? 9m THOMAS C. JONES, Agent. P EMBERTON A CREW, dealers in COAL AND WOOD, office Seventeenth street, between Cary and Dock. Best RED and WHITE ASH ANTHRACITE COAL, for grates, stoves, and foundry use; CLOVER HILL LHMP and AVE RAGE COAL ; OAK and PIN E WOOD, mb 14-U MEDICINES. ETC. NEVER-FAILING REMEDY FOR CHILLS AM) FEVER, PREPARED BY WIL LIAM ROW B, CHURCH 8TRKET, OREGON HILL, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. -TohII afflicted with this dreadful disease, CHILLS and FEVER8, can find a never-failing remedy bv applying to the above. In no case has this remedy ever failed to make a permanent rare of all that has ever used it. It has been in use for the last seventeen yean, privately, and has proved to he so valuable that I feel myself bound, f<>r the sake of humanity, to liring it before the public. It is purely harmless to the system, and certain to cure the most stubborn cases or which number* of persons will certify to, as they had tried almost every remedy heard of, and had despaired of ever getting well ; and th i ?* never failing remedy has made a permanent cure in every case. From the first dose taken the patient com mences to improve ; and no one using this remedy need fear of their returning, which is the case of most medicines used for chills. One bottle is suffi cient to cure the worst case, if taken 1> v directions. All persons nsing this NEVER FAILING RE.ME DV, and it don't como up t>> what it i? represented to hs above. 1 will cheerfully refund them their money. Price per bottle, *2 50. We, the undersigned citizens of Richmond, hav ing used ROWE'S NEVER-FAILING REMEDY, cheerfully recommend it to the public as the best chills ana fever remedy now In u?e : JoHN HHGHES, Henrico county. W. C. YOUNG, Manchester. WILLIAM A.LOBIUN, at Bruramell's distillery. R. B. WALKER, at K. Id ins & Brannar's foundry. WILLIAM G. GRIFFITHS, Slater. LEWIS ROGERS, Manchester. ROBERT L. PAGE, st Haxall's mills. JOSEPH F PKTTITT, at Haxall's mills. GEORGE M. ROGER, at Haxall's mills. JOHN IV MART, AN, at Hi x ill's mill* WILLIAM IV SMITH, at Haxall's mills. J. O. ROBERTS. de 15-S&Tu2t? THE BEST COD LIVER OIL in use A is FOUGERA'S COMPOUND 10DINIZED. Itis live times stronger than any other, and is recom mended by phyicians. Price, *l. So a bottle. Tobe had of the agents, MEADE it BAKER, do 15 Ninth and Franklin streets. T>HALON*S PAPHIAN LOTION, OR X FLORAL BEAUTIFIER, infallible as a pre servative of the skin and complexion ; removes freckles, tan, sunburns. Si c., &c. ; renders the nkin soft, smooth, and f ur. No lady's toilet com plete without it. Fur sale by PURCELL, LADD, & CO., Druggists, de 8 corncr Main and Governor streets. Dent a line, sozodont, &c. ? STROTHEK'S DENTAUNK, SOZODONT, DOWDKN S DENTAL FLUID, for the teeth and gums, for sale by PURCELL, LADD, St CO., Druggists, de 8 corner Main and Governor utreets. AYER'S CATHARTIC PILLS 'are the most perfect purgative which we are able to produce, or which we think has ever yet been made by anybody. Their effect* have abundantly shown to the community how much they excel the ordinary medicines in use. They are *afe aiid pleasant to tike, but powerful to euro. Their pe netrating properties stimulate the vital activities of the body, remove the obstructions of It* organs, purify the blood, and expel disease. They purgo out the foul humor* which breed and grow dis temper, stimulate sluggish or disordered organs into their natural actum, and imparl a healthy tone with strength to the whole system. Not only do they cure the every-day complaints of every - body, but also formidable and dangerous diseases. While thev produce powerful effects, they are at the same time, in diminished doses, the safest and best physic that can be employed for children. Being sugar-coated, they are pleasant to take ; and boing purely vegetable, are free from any risk of harm. Cures nave been made which sur pass belief, were they not substantiated by men of such exalted position and character as to forbid i the suspicion of untruth. Many eminent clergy- 1 men and physicians have lent their names to cer tify to the public the reliability of our remedies, while others have sent us the assurance of their conviction that our preparations contribute im mensely to the relief of our afflicted, suffering fel low men. The agent below named is pleased to furnish gratis our American Almanac, containing direc tions for the use and certificates of their cures, of the following complaints : Coetivenese, Bilious Complaints, Rheumatism. Dropsy Heartburn. Headache arising from foul stomach, Nausea, Indigestion, Morbid Inaction of the Bowels and Pain arising therefrom, Flatu lency, Loss of Appetite, all diseases which reoulre an evacoant medicine. They also, by purifying the blood and stimulating the system, cure many I complaints which it would not be supposed they 1 could reach, such as Deafness, Partial Blindness, Neuralgia and Mervoas Irritability, Derangements of the Liver and Kidneys, (Jout, and other kindred complaints arising from a low state of the body, or obstruction of its functions. Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with other preparations which they make more profit on. Demand Aykk'k and take no others. The sick want the best aid there is for them, and they should have it. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ater k Co., Low ill. Ma**., and sold by dealers everywhere. <le ?? 2m FOUGEKA'S ioDINIZED COD LI VER OIL and WILBOR'S COD LIVER OIL aud LIME for sale by A. BODF.KER k BRO. Branch store, Sixth street, de 3 opposite Hecond Market. Linseed oil and white LEAD Just reeeired by R. R. DUVAL, no 20 under Spotswood Hotel. A T HOME AGAIN IN THE MIDST OF THE PICTURES ! In returning te the business, In the conduct of which some years since I flatter myself 1 estab lished a fair reputation, I will respectfully inform my friends and the public that 1 have taken the well- known OLD WHITEHURST GALLERY, 05 MAIN STREET, BELOW FOURTEENTH STREET, (LATH Va5**IS05 Jt Co. *8,) and with all the modern improvements introduced, I am prepared to furnish PHOTOGRAPHIC PICTURES In every style of the art, at REDUCED PRICES, and warranted equal to any produced In this city. Ill persons in want will please give me a call. da 13? U P. E. GIBBS. Manufactured and smoking TOBACCO. 1,000 pounds (tax paid) SMOKING TOBACCO, 1,000 papers SMOKING TOBACCO, 5 boxes Childrey & Jones's CLOTH OF GOLD, for sale lowtoeioee. R. J. WHITE, Seventeenth near Main, oe ?? ts next to Power k McPhaii's drujr store. LEATHER! LEATI I KR! !?1 have on hand and am constantly receiving the finest assortment of SOLE and UPPER LEATHER to be found In any similar establishment in the eitjr. I have also on hand a very superior lot of LACE LEATHER. A. D. rUOCKLEY, no 14? te Thirteenth *? reel. IJLDER FLOWER, TURTLR OIL, J Glycerine and Honey SO A PH, for winter use, for sate at MEADE * BAKER'S Drug Store, doll Minth and Frankllu streets. DRY GOODS, fee. THE NEW MALADY 18 8TILL SPREADING.? It bu now reached all of the adjoining counties. A 1 arg* naabir of ium of LEVY ON THE BRAIN are reported to exiat In Cheaterfleld. Hano ver. Cbarlee City, and urint other countlM. Such being the eaae, oar aenlor partner departed for the North to procnre a new lot of reme'ltea. He ha* Joat a^nt a lot of French Me rino* at ft, worth #1 50; flnl I all-wool Delaine* at 5?c., worth 75c ; Striped and Plain Mobalra at ioe.f worth 50c.: Black and White Checked Shawla, large alxe. at *4. worth Balmoral Skirt* at |i.5o, worth fl 50 ; Pillow-case Cotton, fall forty two inches wide, at Me.; Bleached Cotton at IU and !oc.; Canton Flannel at JO 25, and Me.: Red Tick at 20c., Vail B?*ragea at 50c., Hoop Sklrta at fl, fl.J5, and *1.50; handsome Calleoa at l'l and toe.; and a great many other fooda at each low price* that we guarantee to car* an/ caae of LEVY ON THE BRAlH. LEVY BROTHERS, do 13 Bargains in dry goods at JACOB EZEKIBL'S. 41 MAIN STREET.? Ha has Just received the following artlelM at greatly reduced price* : BLEACHED COTTONS at U|c.t worth 15c.: UNBLEACHED COTTON, yard wide, at l?fe.; CANTON FLANNELS, good quality, 23c.; PILLOW- CASE COTTON, fall width, Me., worth 4fic.; BEAUTIFUL BALMORAL SKIRTS, ?J .60, all ? color* ; FAST-COLOR CALICOS, 15c , good quality ; PLAID POPLINS, all eolors, ft to J5c. ; HICKORY SHIRT I NO, l"c? worth 25c.; BED TICKING, l*c., worth 124c. : WHITE DAMASK, for table-cloth*, 75c., one and three-quarter yards wide ; LADIES' NUBIAS, all colon*, 50c.; CLUNY LACES, very cheap; REaL LACE COLLARS at 5&c.,75e.. and *1 ; CAMBRIC EDO IN OS and INSERTING* at 10c. and upwards ; besides many article* too nuraeronato mention. EZEKIEL'S CHEAP STORE, de 3 41 Main <treet. ? To wholesale dealers IN DRY GOODS. ' In consequence of an anticipated change In oar Orm, from the withdrawal of Major Welschi.kk, we are offering to DEAI.BXS A2TD WH0I.RRAM PURCHASERS IN DRY GOODS uncommon inducements, to replenish oar ? FALL AND WINTER STOCK, and we beg leave o say we are better than ever prepared to meet the WISHES OF OUR CUSTOMERS on the terms and conditions of sales, and can ex* tend to them a* liberal accommodations as can be obtained of the New York Importer*, while oar assortment is a* FULL AND AS HEAVY in all the lines of goods as any to be found south of that city. We a*k an examination of our stock by the mer chants of the South, and particularly those of VIRGINIA AND NORTH CAROLINA, BEFORE THEY GO NORTH, since we are confident of onr ability to meet their wants, and thus keep e large trade in oar own limits, circulating our money In oar own rather than a distant community. J. STEENBOCK k CO., Nos. 1211 and 1215 Main street. Richmond, Va., November 17th, laaa. [no 22? ts] I M POUT ANT NOTICE. We have this day reduced the price of onr en tiro stock of DRY GOODS, consisting in part of DRESS GOODS of all styles ; CLOTHS and CASSIMERES, all qualities ; CLOAKS and SHAWLS of all designs; HOUSEKEEPING GOODS of all kind*; WOOLEN GOODS, SHAWLS, BALMORALS, and NOTIONS in great variety. A. HIRSH & CO., no !1? t* (27 Broad street. y ALENTINE A FRANKLIN, 120* MAIN HTRMT, Richmond, Va. Merchant* of Virginia, North Carolina, and I Tennessee are invited to examine our stock of FRESH ANl? DESIRABLE GOODS, such as Hack i Gloves and Gauntlet*, Merino Gloves and Gaunt- ! lots, Fancy Woolen Goods, Hoods, Sontags, Shawls, Nubias, kc., kc. ; Woolen and Cotton H<>?e and Half Hose ; and a full stock of NOTI0N8, sncli as Belts and Beltings, Combs, Spool Cotton, Threads and bilk. Suspenders and Perfumery, Fancy l>r- s Buttons arid Trimmings. In fact, everything in the NOTION AND FANCY GOODS LINE, and at prices as LOW AS ANY NORTH ERN MARKET. Orders respectfully solicited? they will be promptly and faithfully executed. MANN S. VALENTINE, oc 10_ts P. A FRANKLIN. BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC. Wr\ R PO ET K Y OF THE SOUTH. BY W. GILMORE SIMMS -LEE AND HIS GENERALS.? These works can be had at my store. Being the regular authorized agent, I am now ready to receive subscriptions and orders to the above works. J. WALL TURNER, de 13 No. 20 Thirteenth street. jpNCOUKAUE HUM E ENTERPRISE. STERLING'S SOUTHERN SERIES OF SCHOOL BOOK8. BT RICHARD STERLING, Gkbe>sboko', N. C. This truly Southern series of SCHOOL B00K8, consisting of STERLING'S SOUTHERN PRIMER, STERLING'S SOUTHERN PKTORAL PRIMER, STERLING'S SOUTPERN ELEMENTARY SPEL LING BOOK, STERLING'S SOUTHERN FIRST READER, STERLI RG'8 80UTHXRN SECOND READER, BTKRLIJfG S SOUTHERN THIRD READER, STERLING'S SOUTHERN FOURTH READER, are to be had of the undersigned. The TRADE supplied at oett WHOLESALE PRICES WHITE k HOWARD, Statiooers, de 10? ts No. loll Main stjreet. Knowledge is power.? By Charles Knight. A new edition. London. Bohn's Scientific Library +2.2$. THE ORIGIN OF THE STARS. AND THE CATT8B OF THEIR MOTIONS AND THEIR LIGHT. By Jacob Bnnis. 92.25. THE WORLD BEFORE TIIE DELUGB. By Louis Flguier. A new edition. Illustrated. London. 9<i.00 NEWTON ON THE PROPHECIES. A nice Eng li?h edition. Half calf. *1. THE STRUCTURE OF ANIMAL LIFE. Six lec- , tures. By Lou Is Agassi s. 8econd edition! $2 SO. ; The above, with other excellent books, lately received by WOODHOUSE k PARHAM, de 7 Governor street. O, FOR CHINA 1 II Having determined to change onr baslneM, we will otfer from this date oar entire stock of CHINA, GLAS8, AND CROCKERY AT AND BELOW COST FOR CASH. Oar sfock is very large and complete, consisting in part of RICH AND ELEGANT DECORATED CHINA DIN NER SETS from $100 tofUoper set, worth from $150 to 9200. WHITE CHINA DINNER SETS at 930, worth 9". The finest FRENCH AND ENGLIMI CHINA TBA SETS, with 22. u, and 77 pieces, from 9^ to 9)3. So, worth nearly doable. RICH DBCORaTED CHINA TOILET 8ET8, U places, #7 50, 9U.50 to 914, worth 91>, 91?. and 9tt. WHITE CHINA PLATES, 92 25. 9J, and fci.CO per dozen, worth 9'. 9*. and 9* 5o per dozen ; and all other goods al the same low prices. J. 0. SNELSON, Agent, corner opposite Ballard and Exchangt Hoteli. de 6?1 in Bonds of the city of Rich mond. OLD VIRGINIA STATE SlOCK, V1R GINIA COUPON BONDS, CLOVER HILL kAlL ROAD BONDS and STOCK, and other securities for sale. NEW VIRGINIA RBGISTBRBD STOCK, OO VERNMBNT SECURITIES of all kinds, and 8IL VER wanted, for which the highest market price will be paid. Particular attention paid to COLLECTIONS 1* all parts of the United States and Canada. LOANS NEGOTIATED and DBP06ITS KJ CEIVED on the moat favorable Unas. se 2t HARRISON. OODDIIf rAFPBRSOK. Q.ALLEGO MILLS.? Have always on hand, for sale, FAMILY and the various OKAOXt OF FLOUR. Also, MBAL and MILL OFFAL. A lot of SUPERFINE and FINB FLOOR for sale low. de U-Tu.VF4w# WARWICK k BABKSPALl. Vf ILK FOR SALE.? A gentleman a It I snort distance from the city having more MILK than is required for his family, would Ilk* to sell about three gallons per day to a hotel or restaurant, or would not oblett to supplying a few fsmillesln the same nslgbborhooi. For farther Information, apply at this ndlea. de *? ts C GELATINE, ISINGLASS, AND jr COOKING EXTRACTS for tale at MfcADS k BAKER'S Drag Store, da If glnUt and Fnu?kUJl street*. RAILROADS. VlMIXU C??T?AI. December M, ? . T?A8T 1: RICH FREIGHT LINK BBTWBBK rKRrnnVifm^H ? A*?**?4rt? ran* r?/-v5h L7nch b uV* Lm/ A E'abmond s( 4 4. ^ijgBL Richmond and danvill* RaII.ROAD-CBaMOE 07 1CHIDPL1. . _Qp*nd *fUr MONDAY. November ?, 1**. TRAINS on thla road will be ran as follow* : LYNCBBUP.O AND DANVILLE AMD WAT AC COMMODATION PAS8EN0ER TRAI5. Leave* Richmond dally (except Sunday) ^ ^ Arrive at Danville at' 1 ". '. . ! . . ". 4 . *? P. H. Lot* Danville dally (except Sunday) at .... ?..1M A. M. Arrlre at Richmond at I If P. Pa**enger* for Paraville, Lynchburg, Knot ?tile. Nashville, Memphis. New Orleans. ??.,*?? Lynehbnrg, and for all way-*tatione on the Soatn* side railroad, will take tble train. Thla train atop* at all way-atatlons between Richmond and Danville. THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN 00150 WIS*, Leavee Richmond dally at tie P. M. IS*, IS I: S: jstssje Perry, Barkeedale, Ringgold, Danville, and iu tlona west of Danville. w 00150 EAST, Leave* Oreenboro' at ' ?? ?? ?!? Arrlre* at DanvlUe at *? 5* Arrlre* at Richmond at Stopping only at R?ld*vlUa, ??????? Danville, Ringgold, Bo?ton, Roanoke, Drake ? Branch, Meberrln, and Chula. ,lnr,. Pa**enger? from Richmond for all stations wew of Danville, Charlotte, Columbia, Ango?t?. *?? con, Col am baa, Atlanta, Montgomery, Moblla, ?n? Kew OrlMM, via jggfiMt? no I? ta Superintendent. Richmond aid PaTaaearao Railboad Co., I Richmond, Va., November 1, 1<M. f WINTER SCHEDULE.? On and after MOM DAT the Sth inatant the train* on thla road will run a* follow* : Leare Richmond dally at 4. 10 A. U. and 1.1* P. M., and arrlre at Petersburg at 1.40 A. M. and I.* P. M. Leare Petersburg dally at 7 A. M. and 10.11 P. M., and arrlre at Richmond at i n A. M. and 11. t# P. M. All of the above-mentioned trains make eloae connections with the train* for the North and South. On MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, and FRIDAYS a FREIGHT and ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will leare Richmond at 11. IS A. M. and Petersburg at 10 A. M. This train, running south, will cotneet with the train from Petersburg to Norfolk. The 10.16 P. M train from Petersburg will stop only at Chester, and 4. 1? A. M. and the 1.1* P. M. train* will atop only at Rice'*. Half way, Cheater, and Manchester, a signal beimt Kiren; and the T A. M. train from Petersburg and the ACCOMMO DAT I ON TRAINS will atop at place* named in the schedule. E. H. GILL, no ?? t* Engineer and Superintendent^ Great short route to the NORTH, EAST, AND WEST. VIA TBI RICHMOND. FREDERICKSBURG AMD POTOMA0 RAILROAD. CARRYING THS UNITED STATU MAIL TWICE DAILY?ELEGANT CARfi, WITH NEW PATENT SLEEPING CHAIR8. ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS, WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE REDUCED THROUGH FARES. ?The only railroad route leaning THROUGH TICKETS and THROUGH BAGGAGE CHECKS from Richmond to theoltlef North, East, and Weet. Train* on this road are now ran a* follow*: Th? DAY THROUGH MAIL TRAIN leave* Richmond dally at*. 50 A. M arriving In Washington at t.M P. M., connecting with the EARLY AFTERNOON EXPRESS TRAINS for the NORTH, EAST, and WEST The NIGHT THROUGH MAIL TRAIN, with ELEOANT CARS with NEW PATENT 8LEEPINO CHAIRS attached, leave* Richmond dally at 11.4* P. M., arriving in Washington at O.So A. M., eon* nectlng with the EARLY MORNING TRAIN* for the NORTH, KA8T. and WEST. NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR SLEEPING CHAIRS. The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, with local ex press packaged, leaves Richmond dally (Sundays excepted) at 3.15 P. M., arriving In Fredericks bnrtf at 7 P M? THROUGH TICKETS and THROUGH B4 0GA01 CHECK8 to Alexandria, Washington, Baltimore Philadelphia, New Yorx, Boston, and all the prln alpal cities In the Weet. For further Information and through ticket* apply at the office of tho Company, corner Broad and Eighth street*. Shockoe Hill. J. B. GENTRY, General Tleket Agent. SAVrxt Rttr, Superintendent, no ? VIROINIA CENTRAL RAILROAD. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. -On and after MONDA Y, October let, the mall tra'n will be ran between Richmond and Staunton dally (Sundays excepted), leaving Richmond at 7.10 A. M .and between Staunton and Jackson'a river tri-weekly, leaving Staunton on arrtral of mail train from tb? ?aat, at 4.20 P. M. on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS, and tearing Jackson's river at S P. M. on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATUR DAYS. Th* accommodation train will be run be ? MAM tween Che rlottehvllle and Richmond on MOM* DAYS, WEDNESDAYS, and SATURDAY 8, leaf ing Cnarlotteaville at J A M. and Rteh'",?''? M 8.15 P. M. Fr?lght train* leave Richmond DAILY at 4 A. M., and arrive at 1 P. M. THROUGH TICKETS to Lexington, Harrison barg, and other point* In the \ alley, and to all prominent point* in the ?outhw^t, cjin be par chaeed at the office. H D. WHITCOMtf, oc 3 General Superintendent. 8TEAMERS. Dai ly line to Norfolk. city POINT, AND ALL LANDINGS i ON JAMES RIVER. -On snd af ter tbe TENTH OF SEPTEMBER the , 9 iev a nt steemers GEORGEANNA,. Captain D. J. Hill, JOHN SYLVESTER, .. .Captain L. C. Girroao, will leave Ludlam A Watson's wharf DAILY, ex. cept Sundays. *t ? o'clock A. M., for CITY POINT. NORFOLK, PORTSMOUTH, and ALL LANDING^ ON JAMES RIVER. Passenger* by these boats will arrive at City ? Point In time to connect with the cart for Peter* burg. rare to City Point ...#l M Fare to Norfolk 3 10 Fare to Norfolk, second class S N The GEOBOEANNA leaves Richmond MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY. Returning, leaves Norfolk TUESDAY. THURS DAY. an.l SATURDAY. The JOHN SYLVESTER leaves Richmond TUES DAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY. Returning, leaves Norfolk MONDAY, WF.DNES DAY, and rill DA Y. FREIGHT received at all hoars and forwarded to Norfolk, and from thence by ?teamer to Boston, Baltimore, principal landings on Chesapeake bay, and all landiugs on James river, at reasonable rate*. Freight for way-landings mast be prepaid. t. B. TATOMiAgent. se It? ts OflUe at steamers' wharf. For new y o r k . ? at la n - TIC MAIL STBaMSHIP COMPA-2bAA& NY.? The splendid new side- wheel steam*Llp HATTERA8, S. Ai.rx AXDBa commander, ALBE MARLE. A. Borasa commander, leave Richmond every TUESDAY and FRIDAY : leave Sew Ycrh every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY. These 8HIPS are entirely new, and were balli expressly for the route. They have splendid SALOONS and STAT!* ROOM8, and the FARE, ACCOMMODATIONS and ATTENTION are unsurpassed. Goods shipped by this Line are landed regularly at New York, on the Company's eoveree pier, within forty-eight hours. Shippers are invited t* notice that the great damage and lcee by handling, and exposure fro* frequent re-shipplng, as on other lines, la avoided by this route. Freights for points beyond New York will be foe warded with dispatch, and no charg* mad* exeept astual expenses Incurred. These snipe discharge cargo In New York *t pier So M North river, and the Company's steamers for Wilmington, North Carolina ; Charleston, Sa vannah. Mobile and New Orleans, leave from the same pier. Goods for these points can be trans fsrred without expense or exposure. Insurance la very low by these cblpe, and the economy In time, Insurance, and conditio* la which goods are delivered, makes this the ehta^? est route from Virginia. Insurance attested at loweet rate*, when ordered. AGENTS t < LIVINGSTON. FOX * CO., 141 Broadway, New fork. SAMU1LAYRE8 *co., Klehmond. Virglai*. JOHN M. WEST, City Point lad fet*r*hnrg. T. I. Virginia. Oflcc corner of Cai7 and Virginia "reels, om> alt* the Tobacco Exchange. de 11? U FURNITURE. ETC. HA WT.ISTON it BROTHER, FURNITUEE DEALXKI, would respectfully inform their friend* and former patrons that they have reeamed business at their NEW STORE, on C wyatreet, between Ninth ai d Tenth, where they will he happy to see them, ana will farnlah anything In their line at teaaoaable PrlM-HABLI?TON ft I ROT HEP, Cary aMfc my > between Ninth and Tenth E ARE CONSTANTLY RECEIV ING every description of Furniture, Carpet Inge, Bedding, and furnishing Goode, to which we u"lu "" '3"no* VJircHTcitixtaiw, corner Ninth an J Main strecta (up etalra). ?T" DECEIVING ANOTHER HUPPLY IV of those beautiful Parlor Suttee. Eoaewood and Walnut. In BroeetelU and Pljuk-slyice w| Queen IlUabcth, Lo*la XIV., Napelsou 111., aa4 ?h? aorut m?U> M?io <u* lifMUnt. my* ? '""'st'Si ??. Vain ? tract.