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TUfSDAt JANUARY ?, 1M7. II * << troaft. Jam* Mtitula*. ?* * " I^pUn-KixtA. ? <*?.*? w- ?a "u>- ^jags." 'Tl* pltv form* from beauty'* mould Shouia Weak llfceclay; 'Tl?pity clustering links of gold Should turn to gray. 4Ti* pltv that th* redtant Tha starrer eyes, .. ThtfjWblnf fancy that beguile* Our tear* and signs, . Sho?Jd kme their in*tre one and nil, Fj*?and depart A* feart arouud u* darkly fall? aim: my l?o?rii ?TlK pWr that thr- friends who now Sw*w for to flower* w Should itreet us coldly when the hro Or fortune lower*; _ . ,,uret That leart?, In vouth sinoers*11 And freeh n? *4ay, h ? Wh.>u vaultynuti *** ?" Should t*ll ?w?y- h ld ^ 'Tisplty i?i?< *" J?rl*1 ?nomu ^ TAiSfc?"?S??*houVl ?wnMtflee; Vi?t *> ft l? ' For all bright tiling are swiftly goue, And molt away Lik^Hkp vrkliu^ d?w before the mn ; AH ! well?day' Alio I frr earths Illusive Joya! Alae ' Ala* ! For those who #et their heart* or. toys, And hopon that pans, Like summer grass? Like summer grass : Brick Pomeroy Proposes tiir follow ing ijriTAPu for Bctlkr.?Wc rarely publish nnjr inch production, and wottld^ not now If Butler had not sued Brick. It is rather strong for this latitude: " Heft rots in earth ns roasts in hell the greatest disgrace America was over cursed with, * Ben Brute Butler,' the coward, traitor, thief, robber, aud woman-insulter, who, by his betrayals, thefte, and disregard of honor and manhood, worked on a weak, minded man to give him a commission in ; an a my t.iat he might be protected in his rooberies. When he spake, honest men doubted ; when he commanded, brave men were murdered; when he was in power, women wept and virtue failed to protect; when he ruled, innocence suf fered ; when he travelled, people buttoned in their watches; when he dined, people J eyed their spoons; when he passed churches, the silverware disappeared;! when he died, no one mourned the death of the brute and robber who came from no one knows where, as a rotting carcass is j left tQ putr'fy beside some clear stream, j " Befns without honor; general without ( a victory; man without a father; corpse i without a mourner; memory without an I admirer?Spoonihicf Butler." Who was tt ??A Richmond contempo rary of yourself has a spiteful way of in terrogating the title of Mr. Pelrpoint when ever applying it, and usually mentions him ns l'cirpoint the so-called Governor. Not lor.g bince he was asked to sign a bill against the Commonwealth from the office of the newspaper which thus denied his rightful authority as Governor of the State. Adjusting his spccs and looking over the bill, he turned to the messenger us if puzzled: 44 What's this for?" ho asked. 44 Your signature, sir," was iho reply. 44 What's the go<ul of my signature here ? " he asked again. 4* Why, sir, the bill won't be paid unless the Governor signs it." 44 Why, that's very true," replied the Governor; "then you take the bill toyour editors, aud tell them to look for the Go vernor. If they can't Jir.d him, briug the bill hack to me." No-other Governor was to be found, and the bill had to be signed by the one so called.?Richmond Letter in Norfolk Jour nal. A Goon Joke.?Sometime since, in a -spirit of fun, the Chattanooga i'uion ad vertised lor a 44 lighting editor." Some fellow presented himself for the position, aud tin; Cnion, stiil carrying on the joke, am i ted his services. The publisher of the Cidon was surprised, a few days ago, by heiug sued for forty.live dollars by the 44 limiting editor" for services rendered! The cau.?e was tried by some Dogberry of Chattanooga, and the proprietor of the Cntwt compelled to pay six dollars to his 44 tinning" coadjutor and defray the costs t;' the suit. 44 Sich is life"?in Chatta uooxa. Romantic.?At Ottawa, Canada, on Fri day, a young coquette, Jnlia Walter, had made aii appointment to elope with a Bri tish private, John Welsh. While in wait intr for tho girl, the soldier was seized, v 't-d, stripped, and an old flame, Larry L iwlor, whom Julia had jilted for the red coat, donned the uniform, kept the tryst, and was firmly tied to the girl, before she discovered the mistake, by a ready-made priest fed for the occasion. Thq girl's mother arranged tho whole affair. # What Bi:i?k Pomerot Say# Aboi t But lkk'r Suit.?As butler, the bag-eyed brute, will plead his own case before the United States District Court of Wisconsin at Mil waukee when it comes off, and the editor hereof will defend Ids case in person, there v. HI be an interesting time " summing up " if we don't forget the use of words. John- Logan and Senator/Trcmbcll. The Springfield (Illinois) Register says: 41 John Logan expressed tho general ap. preciation of the present senator when lie ?aid, the other day, when asked the qnes. tion -who he was for : 4 O, I'm for Trum bull all the time, and for this reason?he can live cheaper than any of the rest of us. When the hot weather comes on, if Ogles by, Palmer, or myself are in Washington, we shall have to buy ice ; but all Trum bull has to do is to sit down in a tub of water and freeze all he wants." New Style.?Wanted, an unmarried colored lady to assist a white woman in the discharge of her household duties. None with children, or more than twenty-five uncles, aunts, or cousins, need apply. Com pensation liberal. References exchanged. Nashville Times. Coon Lick.?A gentleman jnst returned from Mexico says that " things are nearly as bad there as in the United States." Bishop Marley had a good deal of the humor of Swift. Unc^, when the footman was out of the way, he ordered the coach, iuau to fetch the water from the well. But ttie coachman objected that his business was t<? drive, and not run errands. 44 Well then," *aid Marley,44 bring ont the coach-' ami-lour, set the pitcher inside, and drive to the well "?-a service which was several time* repeated to the great amusement of the village. A teacher kept after school a youngster whrf had manifested a great aversion to ac quiring additional learning, and in the course of the reprimand he said : 44 Now J fines, can you u?li me one single thing you h*v? learned since the ouarter com. ,"rt\?ir> 1 tarned wh?*e there is a bully chestnut tree that none of the boys knows anything about aud 1 waygoing thero for nuts if you hadn't kei/t me alter tchool." Beauty is not the work of destiny alone, i ou can project your mind and your hart into your face. Right-mindedness and right-tM*art4MkMMu? stamp themselv?? iu the couMlttuaoce. in the progress of years, a , , 7" or a 8??d heart puts its bead oat ct the loner tutnpte, aud publishes to the world all the secrets within. Our own beauty L* entirely acquired. If U? ?m?H boyiSiTiSfrrilitBt ?noW-bftH ?i ?. diw^up York,? ??* *??. /? /; S?o?? n<",h<,,' *1-4 ?!'? WM,R"?L*ould bate cnongh to brothers and s^ters woi . , .|V strong imiell of ??Isn't there an **^1 *Smith of Jones, piprs in the air '' ?? that's because the " Vm," replied Jonc*\, wM-.fr.rn ;un lh# Freedmen,, ,".nit dM the whole Government under JcQcrsoo. _ rrh? Louisville Journal if urging the K'cntnckT legislature to mako an appro priation in aid of the sufferers in the south ern States, What two sciences are employed by teamsters in driving oxen t i/ate-ticulture ' and getology. 11 COAL AND WOOD^ EI) ASH (X)AL.?175 Loo* bent RED ?H WiI" <0T ''?TJu&TdIVi' ' corner Ninth and Cary atr#et*, *nd at OloTor Hill yard, near Petersburg Depo*. Ja ?<? rt WOOD.-OAK and \\ aal* at onr yard, Basin bank, between Ninth *jl^OODMAXJ? HUTCH ESPN. T)T HALL CREW, SCCCKSSOR TO PBHBFRT05 flt CBKW, DEALER IN COAL AND WOOD. Beat ASTIISACITE COAL, for btoves, e?AT*l, and ror*DRT rcsi-oaEa. ALL COAL SOLD BY WEIGHT. W. HALL CREW, 22 ta Seventeenth and Dock atreeta. 4 NTHRACITE ? FREE-BURNING RED ASH?for goatee and open itorea. BROKEN WHITE ASH, for close atoroa. LUMP WHITE ASH, for foundriea and furnaces. WEKTH, RATHBUN 4 CO. Ja 1#?ta Office, Tenth street near Maln^ I ENGLISH COAL.?A very stipenor \ article for gratea and engines,lor sale at tot LVw^jSf '* mtB F. LATHROF? AKBOt^ j Ja 10 ' Kigbteenthjtreet, south tide Uock. SPRINGFIELD AND DEEP RUN (To A L MINING AND MANUFACTURING CoMPANY,JA?iuaTl, 18?7. . Soft *, M Hard Lump s ^ A vi*tiK?i Soft . .a Average Hard 6 00 bU?-3mWa P. a'/WELLFOKD. NTHRACITE COAL?free-burning 4 nturacite coal, OF BEST QUALITY, FOR FOUNDRY, FACTORY, AND FAMiLI USE, for aale by S. H. HAWKS, saccessor to Samuel P. Hawes A Son, Blghteen'h and Caryatreeta. Ja I G. W. SNELLINGS, COAL AND WOOD DEALER. Office, Fourteenth street, near Richmond and Danville depot. t*io s-iy] A NTHRACITE COAL! ^ ANTHEACITE COAL ! ! Superior quality. Warranted free-burning. Sold by weight. i^RUS * CHERKY, Dock street between Seventeenth de 12?1? ancl Eighteenth. ENGLISH GRATE COAL.-SOO tons fj E'IGLISU GRATE COAL fa tale at reduced prioV? cl?"COD8l<;imaut bl p. TARDY St CO. pOAL.?THE DOVER COMPANY oJfer for aale at their yard, on BtXT3 BTSEBT, BETWKHS CAKAL AND BTRD, %t the following prices for the cioath of January: LUMP, for grates, at.' ?J AVERAGE, superior for gratea or engines.... ? ? SMITHS' J ? OVEN COKE, for cooking purpoaea > " Der load of 23 bushel*, delivered In any part of the city ce 1?Cm THOMAS C. JONES, Agent. E DRY GOODS. &c. /ZEKIEL'S CHEAP STORE, No, 11 M i MAIN STREET.?The tfreatoat inducements ottering ev? rv day to customers, WITHOUT RE 6 AMI) TO COST, to CLOSE OUT WINTER STOCK. <'a)l itndseo the bargains, and yea will be sure to purchase ut BZE^Ilili'8 Cbe#p Stt rj, juJ5 ^ No. 41 Main street. IO O K AT T HI S.?Fifty pieces j of BLEACHED SHEETINGS, nearly one and a half yards vide, only 25 cAts per yard, :it EZBKlhL'S Cheap Store, ja 15 No. 41 Maiu street. N D LOO K AT TIIIS.?Twenty pieces fine BLEACHED PILLOW-CASE COTTON, flre-qnartera wide, only 30 centa per vird. A UUOD bAKO UN, yon may depend, at BZEKlEf/S Cheap Store, ja 15 No. 41 Main street. GOODS FOREMEN'S AND BOYS' WEAR.?The best bargains In these goods to be had at EZEKIEL'8 Cheap Store, Ja 25 No. 41 Main street. J" COURTNEY & SON, ? WHOLESAI.E AMD RETAIL DEALERS IN HOSIKKY, CLOVES, SH1KT*. SKIRTS, CORSETS, AND *MALL WAKES, aol' i'k IIDX BROAD o1 11Kb I' lifcXVVKB.S MSXu 4N'I> TENTH. RICHMOND, VA. We desire to thank the pablic for their liberal patronage ao far, and w?>5ta a?sare tlumthatno effort on our part shall b?t wanting to make oar home in every respect worthy of thelrconfidence. We hare made air*ngements with manufacturers in Europe aud United btfttea to supply ns direct with all the best makes of goods in our line. Ja 19-lCt COPRTKKY A SON All persons in want of TABLE DAMASK, NAPKINS, DAILIES, TOWELING, PILLOW LINENS, LINEN SHEETING, AND OTHER HOU8WKKBPIWG OOODP, would do well to call at No. 913 Broad street, be tween Ninth and Tenth, where maybe found a full supply of the above goods, bought ft the late New Yo*k auctions for cash at prices morh 'ower than the same roods can generally ho outlined. Also, ft fall (apply of .DKES8 GOODS of all gradea, which we will sell much lower than we have heretofore offered them. Alan, for party dresses. ,a full assortment of White and Colored Tarletana, Plain and Ftgursd Swiss Muslins, Crepe L1s*e_a n.nv article for party dresses, two yarda wide, at 91. v^ry cheap. KIDS, of Jouvin'a make, of every color; nice White Kids at $1.2$: light colored, for ladies and gentlemen, at fl so. A call from buyers ia respectfully solicited. Ja 16 CAKOOZO, ALSOP A FOUKQURBAN. QREAT BARGAINS TO BE HAD AT A. HIRSH 4 CO.'S. We have determined to tell the balance of osi stock of PRESS GOODS ftt prime coat; also, ftll WINTER GOODS on hand. No humbug ! ?. HIRSH * CO.; J*1 ?7 Broad street. yALENTINE A FRANKLIN, Mill If BUT, Ricmo?D. Ya. Tsftiiyv? iJKlfiJ'f* Carolina, and Half Ho?e ; and a fall ato?k of*MOTIO aft* such as ttetu aud Beltings, Coi.be. sJ^i ci.uon Threads and Silk, Su?p,nd.rsaAd^W?^' Fancy Dross Buttons and Tiiaalan. In fJJ1 promptly ftiVffihfuify JBfu:<3d wlil U 04 10?t? (?XII 8.' VALINTIHI, F. A. fraxkliu, ' 8HIRTS.~Wft wilt i ?? * to OEDIR. ?*?! faarante. ? fltorno r!t?km*ruto*f to cc uupere fa*or__ Jk?T mlrket. 0]t? "S a r?li7 tbU m?? #h,liaM IB A. SMITH 4 CO., j? H2 Main street. T TN PERSHIRT8 AND DRAWERS. IJ J ait to band another ?apply : something rsi*l It ale*. Also. CANTON Hi it N EL. SHaKHR FLANNEL, BEACHED AMD BROWN JKaNH DRAWERS. All of whlah we will eellfct retAjl m low it the pre??ot New York wholesale prices, low M ?? y WILLIAM IRA SMITH k CO , J? M 11? Main street. G O TO THE CORNER AND BUT TH1 FIMB8T CLOTHING to be found In the city. 00 TO THK CORNER A*P irT THK BBBT CLOTHING. 00 TO TUB COBNIR AMI' BCT THE CHEAPEST CLOTHING. GOTO THE COBNEB A HI) BTT ** ALL KINDS " OF CLOTHING. GO AT ONCE TO THOMAS S. BALDWIN * CO.'3, (Lat* Kee5, Baldwi* A Co.,) CORNER TENTH AND MAIN STREETS, t J* 55?ts] I ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY? J LOWEST PRICE NOT ALWAYS CHEAPEST For REALLY CHEAP CLOTHINO, ?o to the o^l stand No. 1,300 Main 6tn>et, corner of 1 hlrteenth, and leave your meH6ara and fcot the worth or your money. And, in addition, bavo tli?? satisfaction of knowing that you have done a *ood de^d in help intr acme poor TA1LOK or I< Kl'IiKAV OMAN In Richmond to live, E. B. SPBNCB, Agent, ja 14?ts Merchant Tailor anl Clothier. IIOLT RICHARDSON & CO., MERCHANT TAILORS, F0CKTK5TH STa KIT, OTTO*ITB EXCHAWOB HOTIL, RICHMOND, YA., hare Just recc'ved a fresh supplT of WINTER GOOP>, consisting of French ana English Reav?r Overcoatings, Dre?s Cloths, ?>.ksimere?, Silk and Velvet Veatings. and Ca?imere? for Busines* Suits, selected with much care, which they are prepared to make up in style, fit, trimming, and workraanahlp not surpassed. They solicit a call from their patron* and the public. no 15?8m jySPATCH JOB PRINTING HOUSE. Thin establishment has beon furnished with an ENTIRELY NEW OUTFIT OF STEAM PRESSES and IMPROVED MACHINERY, and with every thing In the TYPE DEPARTMENT thatrho best Founder* could supply, and ii> now prepared to exe cute orders for every description of PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL JOB PRINTING For Merchants, Manufacture?*, Mechanics, Auctioneer*, Banks, Railroads, Steamboats, Express Companies, insurance Companies, Hotels, ? Restaurants, Boarding-Hoases, Tneatres, Concert Halls, Clerks of Ccuxts, Sheriffs, Constables, Lawyers, Doctors, Dentists, Colleges, Schools. and for all other persons, corporations, and institn* tlons. We print Business Cards, Checks, Visiting Cards, Notes, ??At Home" Cards, Drafts, Wedding Cards, Prices Current, Ball Cards, Title Deeds, Show Cards. Trust Deeds, Admission Cards, Leases, , Election Cards, Receipts, Time Tables, Tax Bills, Way-Bills, Licenses, Circulars, Bonds, Bill-Heads. Insurance Policies, Shippers' Receipts, Calendars, Steamers* Bills, Notices, Druggists' Labels, Bills of Lading, Tobacco Labels, Manifests, ^ Clothing Labels, Bills of Fare, Dray Tickets, Concert Bills, Coal Tickets, Programmes, Wood Tickets, Theatre|Bllls, Bread Tickets, Show Bills, Milk Tickets, Posters, all sizes; Reward Tickets. Passenger Tickets, Election Tickets. Certificates of Stock, Renewal Certificate!, Manufacturers' Labels. All work ordered will ba dona In tht most artistla manner, and at rear low pjticaa. COLORED PRINTING Of ALL KINDS. BY? AUTHORITY OF AN ACT OF tha General Aaaembly of Virginia passed the Mth of March, 1W0, Incorporating tha RICH MOND and LYNCHBURG RAILROAD COM PA NT, tha nndCraijrned Commissioners will open hooka for aabacrintlon to tha capital stock of said com pany on TUESDAY tha loth October. ISM, at tha banklnff-hoasaa of Maaara. Ro. H. Maary A Co.. K. A. Lancaster A Co., C. W. Parcell A Co., and William B. Isaacs A Co. THOMAS W. MoCANCI, HUGH W. FRY. ISAAC DAVENPORT, J*., JAMBS DUNLOP, JOSEPH R. ANDERSON, JAMES LIONS, oc II Commlaalonara. Riohmoxd, December >1,1?M. DOOKS OF SUBSCRIPTION to the D capital atock of the VIRGINIA EXPRESS COMPANY will ba opened at the office of Thomas Branch A Sons, in tha city of Richmond, on tha 3d day of Janaary, 1M7, and will ba kept open till tAa ?oth instant. M. O. HARMAN, JOSEPH R. ANDKRPOIf. WILLIAM M. LAUGHLIN, JAMES J. A. TROTTER, THOMAS BRANCH, Jal?td JOHN B. MINOR. MiLK FOR SALE.?A gentleman a short distance from tha city baring mora MILK than iaraqnlred for his family, would lika to sail about three gallona par day to a hotel or restaurant, or woald not object to a applying a few families in tha aama neigh borhaed. For farther Information, apply at this oWca. da ??ta T U ST RECEIVED, FUR TRIM J MINGS. SWAN'S DOWN, DOTTED EKM1S1, mows, c<)?T.ro^Wr.?6t6lBi aaii-to Wo. tU Main atwst. SMYRNA FIG8.?Fre*b TURKEY O FIGS, in bozet, at IS, 25, 40, 80, and 71 canta, and one and two dollara : alao by the ponnd. For sale by LOUIS J. B?*M18UX, ja :e 14H Main street. SUGARS, STOARS.?100 barrels SU GARS-CRUSHED and POWDKKEl). A and B. SOFT CMMID-*-bjgj*. TJJJJU g J? 2? 14H Main atreot. T)ARLOR MATCH Eft*--50 gros? PAR X LOR MATCHES?scarce article just now. For sslaby LOUIS J B"SSIEUX, __ja U 1411 Main street. T UMP 100 torn BK8T Aiin GROCERIES, LIQUORfl. ETC. /SrTB*HRE!^"B" SUGAR, ?J\J M barrel* CRWPBIOROOAK. M barrels PORTO KI0O and MUSCOVADO 8UOAH, . ? hogshead* *>ORTO RTCO 8170 i R, 4tbtg* prim- RIO COFFEE. I box prime U VR-UE8*E FEATHERS, i flrrln* MOU.VTATJI BUTTER, iatl weired and for Sale by att-Jt CHARLES T WORTIIAM k CO. BACON, B A C O N.?10 hogsheads HIDES and SBOOLtERS. Ji? A. T. STOKES A CO. flRA OK E R 8.?20bnrrcl? FRESH V' CRACKERS?Oj*ter, boJa, Water, Ginger. A?. ]>tt J A. T. STORES*do. Bacon, bacon. ? boxes BRBA6T BACOK. I *? 4 hogshead* new BHOHLDER BACON, Jusrt received and for *?I* or Ja 24?3t CHARLES T. WQRTHAM k CO. CANDLES, OANDLES. too whole and half boxes ADAMANTINE CANDLK8 In store and f>rsal* by Ja?-3t CHARL'S T. WoRTHaM kCO._ B~ UTTER.?MOUNTAIN BUTTER, in Hrlina and rolls, for s*le Mr Gordon k cringan. ja ?? Fourteenth street near Exchange H*tsl. VIRGINIA BACON AND NEW LARDJtwt received on consignment and for sal<i wholesale and retail by STEVENS A PEORAJf, ja 14?ts 611 Kroad street. A"PPLE BUTTER.?A barrel of AP PLE BUTTER just received on consignment and for sale by STEVENS & PEG RAM, ja 24?ts 611 Broad street. OLASSES ?Primo EN G L I S H ISLAND MOLASSES, In puncheon* and bar rels, fo-salo by 0 OR DON k CRINOA !C, ja 22 Konrteenth street near Exchange Hotel. T70UR HOGSHEADS PRIME CLEAR JP BACON SIDES. 3 hogshead* prime bone BACON STDES, 39 barrels and halt barrots MOLASSES. 40 half barrels and kit? No. land 3 MACKE REL, 125 barrels FAMILY, SUPERFINE, and EXTRA FLOUR; $0 hogsheads and barrels SUOAR8, different Gades' reespVimenew FT A MS, 31 bags LAOUAIKA, RIO, and JAVA COFFEE; ?? barrels OLD RYE and COMMON WHISKY, 130 sacks MARSHALL SALT. 86 boxes TOBACCO, part ol^and prime ; 100 boxes SOAP, nearly every grid* ; te packages TEAS, purt primo; it package* LEAF LARD. 40 dC2.?n BKOOMS and BUCKETS, 30 boxes ADAMANTINE and TALLOW CAN DLEfi, ?5 keg* OLD DOMINION NAILS, assorted ; 20 boxes prime OWJSR8E, 22 barrels SMOKING TOBACCO, in papers, tax paid; 3 bogheads SHOULDER BACON, 2#0 pounds SPANISH INDIGO, PEPPER, GINGEK, ALLSPICE, SHOE BIIUSFIES, BLACK!AO, ( MUSTARD, SODA. PAPER, BLUEING, STARCH, WRAPPING TWINE, and all other goods nsnally kept in mr line. WILLIAM i>. UATCLIfr'FE, Ja 10?ltn 151J Main street. Fine"teas, fresh "hopsTac! 3 chest* very flne GREEN TEA, J chest' rerv fine BLAi/'K TEA, 1 bale fresh HOPS, with a fall assortment of Gr.OCEF.IF.S, TUBS, BASKETS. BROOMS. BRUSHES, DIPPERS, TOI LET SOAPS, ?bc., selling low. ja 19 _ DANDRIDOE k ANDERSON. COFFEE.?Fifty ba^s new crop choice RIO COFFEE fcreale ny ELLLTT k ROYSTER, Comin!?sfcn Merchant?, Ja II corner Twelfth and Cary streets. B ACON, HERRINGS. LARJ), Ac. 10 hogsheads prime BACON SIDES, loo barrelsNo.*T HKRRINGS, to tubs prime LAUD, 100 barrels EXTRA FLOUR, 10 barrels BUCKWHEAT FLOUR, for sale by ELLETT k ROYSTER, Commission Merchants, ja 10 cornor Twelfth and Carj strain. rFEA.?Ten half chests superior JL GREEN and BLACK TEAS for sal* l.r ELLETT it RoTfcTER, Commission Merchants, Ja 10 corner Twelfth and Cary streets. A L T.-1,U00 sacks LIVERPOOL FlaK FACTORY-FIM,M> SALT for sal.- by ELLETT k ROYSTER, Conitniesicn Merchants, Ja 19 corner Twelfth and Oary BtreetB* lUNPOWDER TEA.?Four half S G chests choice GUNPOWDER TKa for sale by GORDON k Cl:l > G *N, Ja 22 Fonrtef nthxitreet i;*ar Exchange Hotel. Dried peaches.?5,000 pounds UNPEALED DRIED PEACHES for sale ty CHARLES HOWARD. I Ja 3?fs No. 8 Fifteenth street. I~pLOUR! FLOUR!*! 1 100 barrels FAMILY PI.OUR, 300 barrels UXTKA FLOCJR, IOC ba.-rula SUPERFINE FLOUR, for sale l>y CHARLES HOWARD, j^3?ts No. 8 Fifteenth street. m BARRELS FICKEN A WlJr llUU LIAMS'S CELEBRATED RFFINBD SU GARS in store f ir si.le to de ilori Mtho manufac- i turen.'price. PALMER, HAKTSOOK V CO., de 4 A gen'3 here. Fonrteeath street. | Kfin barrels RICHMON \) " EXTRA " I OKnJ tnd "SUPERFINE" FLOUR, a portion i direct from Chicago, on :on?!enmont for sals by r'ALMc.R, HAKTSOOK k CO., j no?7 Fourteenth str?et. : BACON SIDES, extra clear, very lino;1 LAFD, in h^rrela snd ??!}! packages; BUT- i TER, in kCa's ; HOP.j, in balas ; for s^lo Uy oe 6 HARV8TB k WILLIAMS. PROFESSIONAL CARD3. J^R. JOSEPH WOODWARD, SURGEON AND MECHANICAL DENTIST. Ofiice and residence, No. 721 Main streot, Ja 4?Is abpws Eighth street. DR. JOHN G. skelton (late of Powhatan county, V? ,1 ni.*v be found at ofilre No. "S3 MAIN STREET, TlIiiEE DO''RS ABOVE SPOTSWOOD HOTEL, frcm 13 A. M. to 2 P. 81.; at ail othor hoars at his residence, No. 512 SovdDth street, north s>ido, between C'ay and Lei^ de 17?3m DENTAL NOTICE ?REMOVAL.? JOHN O. WAYT, DENTIST, has re moved his otlicft to his new residence, onl Ninth etreet between Franklin aad Grace streets. He has r^snmed the practica of ME CHANICAL DENTISTRY, and inserts teeth on gold, silrar, or vulcanite, at the pleasure of his pa tlenta. jie 12?am JQR. GEORGE B. STEEL, DENTIST, ITO. 723 Mil."*, BETWSIS SeV??IJ! AM? El?BTH ?TBBKTS, RiCHMOBD, VA. i [de 12?ts] ?)R. JAMES DOVE, OFFICE AND REF'P^NCE No. 1? MAYOSTREET, THIfil) DCCR APOTE SYNAGOGUE. Can be (orrA r*. *'1 b?ni (??? And n's'at flL-te] "P DAVISON, * 8Dr.c:o^ minir. Orrfcs /!"? Fmt5>b?c?, No. mtMirir, trmt* Er.Brrr-n at? Tir-'.FTS * eich^oitd, ya. [r? J4?lyJ I __ ? ? TTT B. PLEASANTS, M. D., i?nd H. CLARIS, P. P. 8. Omcis Q0VIA50A tTKEBT, OrFO'TTB 0OTB*5O!l'8 HOUSI [oc It?ta] rkR. P. P. DUVAL CALLS THE AT 1J TENTION of the public to hi* circular com* uuntcatinn upon the nature and treatment of ASI ATIC CHOLERA, Ac., Juat imdmI. Ula hirfh claim* ?bould command attention. He afflrui* that hi* AJfTl-SPASMODIC, which 1* for ante by all the ' JragfiaU to the city, has xktkb failed to core Aalatic cholera Id any and all of |U ataiea, when ! jlven a* directed. He ofere hi* Mrvie?a to the citlien* of Etch mood free of charge, and ui*e* them, In the intereaUof humanity, to five him a trial. Offlce corner of Main and Governor street*, over B. B. Spence. oc 10?u T\R. crenshaw'S OFFICE and JJ RB8H>ENCE removed to ?!& Franklin ?tr*et, between Sixth and bcTunth. no 11?ta Rh. talley, attorney at ? LAW, practice! In the city of Richmond, eonctlea of Cfcecterlold. H?niico, and Hanover. Alao, attend* to the COLLECTION OF CLAIMS. Office and residence, Mancheatcr. Communication* addr****d to Maneheeter, Va., will receive prompt attention. oe 4?u Thomas j. evans, attorney AT LAW AND COMMISSIONER IN CHANCE RY, practice* in the CmrU c>f tbe City of Rich, nond and the Coanty of Henrico, uflc* on Frauk tin, *e?ond door from <41 *?>? *tr??* t? tt_te Twenty barrels prime NORTHERN APPLES, Ju?t received per rail toad, for sale by Ja 1J WIU.T \M JP. jn tG *_CO. /"|LTVE OIL?in cans anil cases, Jsuita \J ble for tobacconist* -for ?*le hy PORCKLL, LADD & CO Ja 13? U Dru#gl?U. INHTTRANCTE. rpHE ARLINGTON MUTUAL LI^I INSURANCE COMPANY OF VIRQI5U U now ready to receivt applications, And with aa AMPLE GUaRaNTSBD CAPITAL owku fttlMfW of ROME INSURANCE at rate* u lowas tboae of anj other company. Principal office No. 1110 Main atreet, Richmond, V*. J. E. EDWARDS, President. W. B. ISAACS, Vice-Presldenl. D. J. HAtfuooir. Secretary. CHARt.ko H. Smith, M. !>., Medical Examiner. Ja 1m I "D A L TIM O R E MARINE INSU nD RAW'S COMPANY?as agonts for the ahor# well-known Company. I am prepared U> take MA* RINRnnd RIVEit RftKStn and from at! Pftrft of the world. J. H. MOPTAUU#, ja at-it No. HIP Main street. JJOME8TIC INSURANCE. TBI INSURANCE AND 81VINQ3 COMPANY OP VIRGINIA, WITH Air AMPLE CAPITAl A.VD IVAPLVS, ISSUES Fins AND MARINE POLICIES AND PAYS INTEJJEBT ON DEPOSITS. Principal office No. 13M Main street, Iliehraoad. D. J. HAETSpOK, Preaidant. D. J. bvkb, Secretary. ? B. C. WiLBKRT, Ja., Assistant Secretary. dtj 11?Ini 'JpUE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YOEK. ACCUMULATION, |17,ll?,?44. Theproltaof this rut aconmolatlon, fit rr?i; u the premium* rscelred yearly, NOW OVER FOUR MILLION8 DOLLARS, are annually divided among policyholder? Average cash dividends for 1M3 and liet, SIXTY PER CENT. Average reversionary diTidend, payable with the policy at death, 0:.*E HUNDRED AND TWEN TY PER CENT. Applicatioua may be made to Archibald Foiling, J. B. Maemurdo, Dr. J. a. MuCaw, Alfred Poln dexter, R. T. Reynolds, John M. Otey, E. B. M*ade or Joha T. Goddln, with 0. F. BRESEE, General Agent. Office, Main street, next door below post-office, and SI Socth street, Baltimore. no :t??? 0 FFICE OF THE SOUTHERN GENERAL AGENCY OF TflK SECURITT INRCKANCI COMPANY Of NEW YORK. Capital fl, Surplus Annual income 1,???,?** Tb!? company, having compiled with the I?w of the St*te requiring a deposit by foreleu insurance companies with tn? Treasurer, is prepared to issue policies?situer FIRE, INLAND, or MARINE-vu the most tavorable to. me. Application can bo nada to Jarnes B. Macmardo, Archibald Belling, John M. Otey, ?. B. Meade, or John T. Godwin, with O. P. BRU3EE, General A?ent, Mtla street, ftm dear east of post-ot&ce. no TOHN H. MONTAGUE ^ (Late of the Merchants Inforance Company of Richmond) INSURES PROPERTY OF ALL KINDS IN THE MOST RELIABLE COMPANIES. lie also effects MARINE INSURANCE AND LIFE INSURANCE. O flics, No. 331 Mkln aireet, Just below the Spots wood Hotel. he 21? u BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC. HOOKS.?For .*ule at State Library: CODE OF VIRGINIA, 18M, price re duced to f 3 9o HEW NINO'S STATUTE* AT LAROS, Uvoi.,, 1J oo SHEPHERD'S continuation of ditto, 3 vol*., 1 oj 1 GILMER'S REPORTS, 1 \<a 2 00 RANIV'f.PH'S REPORTS, ? vols 3? 00 LEiGII'S REPORTS, voK 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 11, 13, ror vnl (to!s. i and " in prt-t-i) 8 03 ROblNSO.rS REPORTS, vol. i fl 00 j GRITTA.VS REPORTS, vo:?. l, 7. 8, a, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 (vol. 1" in press), per vol., (J CO | joiin :.i. iukndov, 1 jA 2*?.1- Secretary d th?> ('? mm ?nv. j!'1i. A LMANACS FOR 1867. l\. LESLIE?illustrated, TRIBUNE, DFMOCKATIf!, JilUHARDSi N S VIRGINIA and NORTH CAROf.lN \, OLD FRA>K'f.lN, HaGERSToWN, BEADl.BS ALL-THS-YBAR BOOK, AMERICAN FARMERS', LE8ME?ctuic, BIL'KEL'S MINI \TUK^-illuHiated, FA MI MEN k A LKN DER-1 ilust nted, BULTZ KALUNDBR?iilastrited. For sale by J. WALL TURN RR, No. 20 Thirteenth street ja ic>?ts Richujond, V?. rpWO MARRIAGES. By Mwa MlJ ? LOCIl. ST. hi,MO. By Miss Evans. IDALIA. Bv (Miidit. RECOLf.EC/ilON OF H. WATKINS ALLEN. TRUTH'S HISTORY OF THE URIiAT RbLLL I-I05. COrTHTRi* QUARTERS. SIX HUNDRED A YEAR. BILL AKP. WAR POETRY OF THE SOUTH. BySlmmn. SURRY, OF EAGLE'S NEST. By J. ft. Cooke. Can iio bad of J. WALL TURNER. Bookseller, jaCl?U No. 20Thirteenth street. (\ O N (ru E S SI ON A L GLOBE, from Vy 1310 to 1S60, inclusive, tor ^ale by j. wall turner, ( Ja23 No. 2a Governor strnet. i A NEW BOOK. RECOLLECTIONS OP HENRY W ATKINS ALLEN, Brigadier-General Confederate States Aricy, and ex-Governor of Louisiana. I>7 S.*RAB A. D0U?ET. $1.75. The work before im 1* by far the rawt interostin* history of the civil war in the (iulf State* which has yet appeared. Nowhore eNe hare we found so full, life-like, and graphic an account of iho?? fcrtf-it military movements in the South and South Richmond 2 im&s, Janucwy'li, 1S#7. Tbi* it the m interesting memoir crnner'ed with the war which we have yet seen. j>4 a valu able Addition to a sonthern history of th? war, and a noble tr?bute of friendship to one in ev?fjr w,.y worthy of If, this book commends itself to all who lovo the South, and debire to cherish tl.^ remem brance of the virtues and patriotism of the noble men who fought for her liberties.?RUh,njnd Eraminer, January 33,18J7. We have fonnd it bo interesting that we have with difficulty withdrawn our attention from il.? Richmond Whig, January Si. ? For sale by A. H. CHRISTIAN A CO. la ?4 pHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS, A LARGE ASSORTMENT, ALL SIZES. AT VERT LOW PRICES, to be had at WOODHOUSE & PARHAM'S Book and Stationary Store, Governor street. n*;4i - ? ? ? - ? - I Wll? T AW BOOKS.?A lar^ oollwtion of .1 > LAW BOOKS, embracing many which Me now scarce, can be obtained at WOODHOUSE A PARHAM'S Book and Stationary Store, Governor street. Ja 24 ___J W. BARURAVI WHIT*. B. S. HOWARD. WHITE A HOWARD.?The uuder T T dersi* ned take plttuure in announcing to the pnblie that they have opened at the fcjuefooe and eieg?ut rooms of the Presbyterian Committee of Publication, No. toil Main street, a large and varied assortment of EVERY ARTICLE asaaiiy found in a P1RST-CLA88 STATIONER! HOOSB, which we would be pieaW to allow to oar mends and the pnblie generally. No pains will be spared to five satisfaction to onr ciutwnera. Tho stock constats of every article usually to bt found la a flrtt-clMfl establishment. A call it tolicltffd. WHITE A HOWARD, Ja 2?<* fa. If 11 Main street. rTOBACCOJIND CIGARS. J. I boxet rififiy COUNTY CHIWIKG TO BlOCO S boxes K(fgE nmrwrNO tobacco. I boxet old WARD C8BWIJJO TOBACO), toe pounds very aue SMOKING TOBACCO, jo.ooo veiy ine CIGARS, at retail. jilt pandridge a aw person. Snuff-takers can ?iway? dud At WOOD'S PHARMACT a snpeno* article of S3 DPP, warranted to give satisfaction. The pro prietor giv?s speetal attention to keeping up hft ?apply of tills article, and hts efforts have been re warded with targe sales from all q a arte re of the city. A fresh lot Just to hand. WOOD'S PHARMACY, J?M Plfth and Marshall street* TOBACCO MANUFAOTUiCUHH. offer tot Ml*, at lowul prict*. RUM,i"e barrels; GTfU, In bale*and barrfia; LTCoWO*, aUrjea-orfeutof '|X> ' 1 ft T EO^ARPTi INSTANT RELIEF, , J\fi in Codfka, Aetata*, Creep, Ac. > ? f.BON k R rrs o? If TO I !TT, for Blof Worm, torn. Old Woande, iteta, At. For Ml* bj DfnfgUUgsnsrally. Wholwele and j#ill by MwMre. IrUECILL, LA PP A CO. J?M iHEOHEAFEBT ANDBBST cotron mlTURB iw vst, f PERFECTLY 8AFB. Especially Bailed to ASTHMATIC end BKOJf CDIAL affectlona. ForMle by A. H. BOBIB8, Dregflft, Ja II flrcond itreet between Cl?7 and Leigh. AYER'S CATHARTIC PILLS are the most perfeei purgative whluh we are able toprodac*, or -rLIch wo think T?n? ever yet been Biad? by anybody. Their effwli litre abundantly shown to the community how much they excel tua ordinary ninil?ln*s in uso. They are Mfe and pleasant to take, hot powerful to cnr<?. Their p? netratlngpropertlse ftimulate Lhe vital activities of the body, remove the obstructions of lb organs, purify the blood. and r*pel disease. They porgs oatthefaal humors which breed and grow dis temper, stimulate ttiaartfi^b or disordered organ* Into ibsir natural actlro, and Impart a healthy tone with strength to the who'* eye torn, hot only dothey c-ureth') everr-day complaints of every body, htrt also fonnldaola and dangerous dlseasei. Wbliethay produce powerful effects, they are at the earn* time, in diiuiuished doses. tfce safest and best physic that can be employed for children. Being au*ar-coated, ther are pleMant to take ; and oeing pareiy vegetable, are /roe from any risk of harm. Cares hare been made which sur pui belief, were they not substantiated by men of each exaited position and character aa to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many eminent clergy men and physiolans have lent their names to cer tify to the publio the reiiaolilty of oar remedies, while others hare sent us the aaeurance of their conviction that onr preparations eontnbnte Im mensely to the relief of oar afflicted, sutering fel low men. The ssrent hslow named ft pleased 4o famish rratls oar American Almunac, containing direc lone fox Lhe cxe a:.il certificates of thekr ouies, of the following coaplfMsts: Coetlvanesa, BLIioas Complaints, Rheumatism. Dropsy. Heartburn. Headacae arising from foul stomach, Nausea, Indigestion, Morbid Inaction of tho Dowel* and Pain arising therefrom, Fiata lency, Loeeof Afpts. ia,ali diseases which reoulre an sivacuant medicine. They aiso, by p-irlfjlng the blood and stimulating the system, crre many complaints which it would not be aupposed they coula roach,such ss Deafness, Partial Blindness, Neuralr!* and *f*rvou? Irritability, Derangements ol the Liver ?^d Kidney#, Gout, and other aindvad complaints arising from a low state of lhe body, or obstruction cf Its fnnetlons. Ho act be pat off by unprincipled dealers with other pre pa ratious wulch lacy uwke raoro profit on- Demand Avart's and tak?? no others. The sick w -.ntthe best aid there is for them, and they should have It. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Arax k Co., Lowell, Mass., and sold by dealers everywhere. do ??3m J^DWARD WILDER'S FAMOUS STOMACH BITTERS. Read the following home evidence of its medicinal virtue, and try it In your own family circle : .Vr. Edward Wilder, Cii'j: Dear Sir,?I have exam'ned yonr Stcmacb Hitters eurefnliy. and f.'und itwhat'jroa represent it to be. The hiifh orJer which tho ingredient* goln^ into it take iu the Mat-rla Medica. as well a? thu i moat happy proportioned combination of anb I siuncca, nine your Bitters far Hupj?rior to any ?imi ! lar preparation In tli?> country. The fact that you I u.ho only the pure-t Bourbon whisky must neceKsa f rily rfcommend your Bitters in another point, es pecially as far a.-? wlioloamieneaa and palilubllity are tak'nn Into consideration. I was well pleased to see In your e?tablit>hm?)at the process of manu facturing your Bittern carried on by way of dla placjin^tit. which not only if'tve* von'i better pro duct, but aldo recowuendi iuelf by clearer opera tion. JiWtL KcitKKFEa. Apothecary and Cheviot. Louisvillt, Sepleubsr^, WiJ. I Mr. E'htxtrd Wild'r, City: Dear ir,~My wife and child have heen suffering f for aeveral murttha froxu Ludigefetiou. My jwife, see?;igyotir Tdv?'rt}.-,ement, re?iue?tad m? to brin>f her a bottle of your Stomach Bittera, which I did ; ) and on h-r usii j; un? boitle, I arn more than happy ; to^ Je that my chil l, now four months old, who h.??> not had a voluntary action since ttH birth, la entirely re?t"red, and my wife ja enjoying the beat of health, and la rsow wholly anwtlling to be with out a Imlfle of yonr Bitter* in the linnae. aa sho a;.ya ir ia the w *1 airen^thening and appeiizii.g ionic that can b? ai.d (hat no hnuiie ought to he without It; and I feel it doe to the public to > i.iak'i Known '.lie wonderful j;ood it has peri'orin? 1 in icy houKehol!. and mout hcaitily recommend its use in every family. i' remain yours respectfully, l'. Jl. Swajtx, of Cnife. Trnman ft t.'o., Ill Main strest. Louiivllle, October 2J, Utf?. Rock Qavk5, Meaob Cooarr, Kr.,) October 24, liw. J Mr. Bhnnrd ITli!der, lon*itrillc, Ky.: I>^ar ?ir,?I take pleaanra in saying that I was sutforing from Ague and Fever, or ChiiU and Fe v.;r, for several months, when 1 was adv'eed by i friend to try your famous StomaJi Bitten, anl af ter using two bottles I am entireiv rfstonjd. It not only imparts navv vigor, hut it is truly the bent strengthening and appotizing tonic, at the sam? time ploaaant to the tsute, I have ever known u-od or afforded to the public ; and I would hay to all tboee similarly aClicted that If they would be cared and have the diaeime thoroughly eradicated from the system, to use jour Bine,a, and ue convinced of th"ir wondeffui medicinal pc>wer and virtue. I remain yours respectfully, P. P. Wbtixt, Lot7i3vn.L3, Kt., October 12, U?J. To R. Wilder, K>q., City: Jl. w^a a good d'?al afflicted with Indigeatlon and occasional attacka (d Dysp^pfl!?, I w ?< advised to n-e your Bitters I scarcely used one bottle when 1 felt relief, aud from the use of tho Bitters, though nearly 'J^y-soven years of age, f*el the same en- 1 ergyand vivacity and cheerful apirtta of a boy of | twenty-li ve. Yoar Bitters are a pleasant tonic and cordial, a nd aa the v are prepared with pure iugre- 1 dionts and good old Boui-bvia whisky, I can safely i endorse their u?e to all alhicted as I was. 1 wouid , s ty to such peraons, keep your mind easy, your bowel* open, your head cool, your feet warm, and i use Wilder's Bitfera, and nevermind the Doctor. Respectfuiiy, J. C. iiccKLtia. It will care DYSPEPSIA, LIVER COMPLAINT, And ail species of 1ND1CESTI0N, INTERMIT TENT FEVER, and FEVER and ACiUE, aud all pe riodlc.il diseases. ~ It will give immediate relief in COLIC and FLUX. 1 It will curt COSTIVENBSH. ! It i? a mild and delightful Inrlgorant for delicate font to*. It is a Bitfa ANTI-BILIOUS ALTERATIVE and TO^ic for Umily purpose. It in a powerful rccuporant after the frame has boen deimiuted and reduced l>y Bicitncsa. It is an elegant appetizer a? well as atrcngtliener of the d!g**tive forces. it is desirable ailko as a correctlro and mild ca thartic. : It Is bein^ dally a*ei and prescribed by all phy ! alcians, ?>. the formula will bo handud to any regu I Ur graduate. EDWARD WILDER, da 7?eod Sole proprietor, Louisville, Ky. j 1C>IT< 1H H K MKDi K S.?A YKK'S \J CHERRY PECTORAL, WlfcTAR'S BALSAM WILD CHEJtC Y, JAYNB'ij EXPECTORANT, MARKDE3'8 PECTORaL BALM. L>a. P17L LBR'ti St'LU, LKOIfAKD'8 INSTANT RBLIKP, WIgHAKT'S PINli TiLEX COKDlaL. BRTaN'H PULMONIC WAFERS, BROWN'S BRONCHIAL VftOCRES. for sale by A. E0DE&ER4 BEOTHER, Drugglatt. ? nrancn Store, J* J?ft RiTth street opposite K??on4 Market WHITE TEBT lf-^HKA LTH Y OPMS?THE BEST TOOTH POWDSR.-The S A PON INK D8NT1FK1CE we compounded alter | Tariout #xp*riiuenu* *ud cou*flluuioti# with the ( bee: dentists, and it has aer-t with a rapid as.le, with ro -rd from advertising.- We oB'er It with confi* ) deuce to the i>abIic as tub bismt Dentifrice in use. | Composed of pure and woll-tried detergents. ( astringents, and antl-scorbnllcs, we guarantee it ' not to contain anything that can by possibility in- ) Jure the teeth or gums ; oo th<? contrary, we inn* that it will cleanse, whiten, and polisn the teeth. I retuor* incipient tartar and scarf, and heal and j hurdea the ;um?. i Head the annexed recommendations of some of o*r well-known and m .*t proiainen^dentists: j Kiohmosd, December M, ItM. I have for many rears tuei in my fatally aul prescribed to my patients the "HaPONINE PBN- ' TIFBICB," prepared by Messrs Meade k Baker, > who hare ac-iualuted me with iu composition, and all who use ll may do so with the assurance that tt (? far preferable to most preparations of its kind, and that it doe* not oontaUt any Ingredient that can by poaaibUiljr in j axe the tee: a In organium or ap pearance. JOHN G. Watt, Deniiet. We confidently recommend to all who na*d an aMcient and Aarv?Utt TooJh Powder the elegant * Baker kaown aa " Sapo GEO ROB W. JOJfiJf, Dentist. R. W. HUDSON, Dentist. W. LEIOH BOMTON, Dennst. J. HaT.l MOORS, M. D., Dentiat. JOHN M A HOST, Dantist. Price, fifty eenta a bos. Pr?p<?4n only hj MKAl?K*HiKl Practical Pharmaceutist*, Richmond, For aale In Manchester by A. o. McRAE, Drag giM J?i_ OK THK HAIR.?K ZBKIEL'8 VIRGINIA UA1R REKTOREK, MALL'S EXC1. ...iNHaIRrbnewkr. I.OVIU,* Hair color BKKTORRK. Ma. ALLRN'HHAIR R^sToRfcUend n^,SBRJ3U RN ETT'S COC< > a INK, LYON'S K A 1IIARMN, BARR'T'S THKropRllRcn*, with a fresh supply of POMADES, HA!!i-01l>, C0#? M8TIC8. etc.. lor sale by A. ^OpJuCEH * BROTHER, DnugUts. Brauch sit re, Ja 5? ta Wxtk street opposite Second Market. >K$R, md, Va. I XTIIUQISIA CENTRAL RAILROAD. T On it* aftai flUWDAY, JANUARY tnft. the following train* will leave Kichmond : MAIL TRaIN dally toGordoneville, and (VMft OBNIUhI VaM *folfil TgVlV^ny to Gordooe ?Ill*at 7 >o P. 1!. The*o tniln* make cloeo connection* with tr?ln? on the Qrnnx* and Alexandria railroad: and on NIGHT TKA1JI8 passengers will go throngb to Washington without eha* ?re of ear*. THROUGH TICK ITS sold to Washington and to Lvnehbarg, Knoxvllle, Nashville, Memphis, Mo bile, New Orleans, and other principal points In the Boathweet; al*o, to Laxington, Winchester, ard ether point* in the Valley. Pil RIGHT TRAINS. except on Sunday. leave Richmond at '-.t* A. Jr.. mating eloee connection* with KUIIQHT TRAINS on the Oranee an4 Alex andria r?tlr<>ad for I.ynchbarg a a AJetandria. Alio, F8B1GHT AND PshSENGER T.<?l>i J?!ito B?annton for Jaek*on'? Klv?r on NOifDiT. WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY at 4 io P M H. D. WHI'ICVMB, Ja 2i General Superintendent. Hicmtoan AscPiiTEflihra ? Rah ?oai Oinct.l JannaryJ7,11*7. TO THE MERCHANTS OK RICH. L MOND AND OTHSRS.?Arrangement* bare b?en made by the Richmond and Peterabor* and Norfolk and Petersburg railroad*, and ih? ? lean ertto and from Norfo'k, by which MERCHAN DISE aod PRODUCE may fie transported at low ratea between Richmond and Norfolk and Baltl more. Philadelphia, New York, and Bo?ion. Oy*ter?, in ilia *he!l, will be tran?portrl from Norfolk fo Richmond atone dollar per barrel. On the tint of February next, the train leaving Richmond at 1.10 P. M. will coun?ct with 'b? train for Norfolk at Petersburg and a train will leave Norfolk at S P. M. and connect with the night traia for Richmond. Por farther information apply at the freight de pot. corner of Eighth and Byrd'atreeu. B. Jl- GILL. Jn 17?tm Engineer and Superintendent. RI0HK0VD AXD Pl?EK*Sl'RO RaCLEOAD C0.,1 Riohmojcd. Va.? November!. 19*4. f INTER SCHEDULE.?On iwd aftor MOM DAT the 5th instant the trains on ills ' road will run aa follow*: L?av* Richmond daily at 4 5* A. M. and M# P. . M., f.nd arrira at Petersburg at 1.40 A.M. And AM I P. M. | Leave Petarebar* daily at 7 A. M *ad 1# II P. i M., and arrive at Richmond at 4.(3 A. M and 11.*4 1 P. M. All of the above-mentioned train* make I eloee connection* with the train* for the North and ; 8oath. On MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, ar.l FRIDAYS a FREIGHT acd ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will ! leave Richmond at 11.16 A. M. and Pttersburg at | 10 A. M. Thl* truin, running conth. will connect | with the train from Petersburg to Norfolk. i The 10.U P. 1!. train from retpr*b..rg will etop 1 only at Chester, and 4.M A. *1. and tfce t IT. a. ! train* will stop only at Rice's, Half way,Cbe#ter. and Manchenter, a signal being given; and the 7 ! A. M. train from Petersburg atd the ACC'JIMO. ? DATION TKAIN8 will atop at placee named in tha I schadale. i On and ailar MONDAY. Jannary Jl*t, a pa?*en ger car will rnn Ineonneetlon with the coal train on MONDAY*. W tl?N B? DA Yd, ?n<l FRlDal'B 1 only, leaving Manchoster at 5.U A. M., and Sum I mil about 10.59 A.M. Pai'aengers from UlchmonJ will take th-* 4 a A. M. train and connect with the ccal train at Ch?? ter. B. U GILL, not?ta Bnglnenr and Bcperlnbtrient. Yisoimia CaxraAt kai?-?oad,? D?cfinber -J, 1??*. I F AST FREIGHT LINE BETWEEN RICHMOND .V?D LYNCHBCTRG.?The Vir ginia Central and Orangfl and Alexandria rati r >-? HitTo irrsv^d a for a Ij? : FREIGHT TRAiTb7.TWSLN RICHMOND AS D LYNCHBURG. Ooo<l* leavitif Richmond xt 4 A. 1 M. r*pcfa Lrnrhburg i?tne lilght. Oood* leaving Lyuchbar-- at 7 P. M. re^ch Richmond next day at IP M ThrJBffh rccetr"* given. ir. m. ini^u . rt D WH1TroMBf de I General Saperlnlendent. RI C H M ON D AND DAN V J LLT2 RAILROAD-CHAHGB OF BCHEDPLE. O.; and after MONDAY, Nov?tnb?r 4, l'JO, tb* TRAINS on this road will be ran a? follow* t LYNCHBURG AND DANY1LL* AND WAY AC COMMODATION passenger train. Leave* Richmond daily (txcopt Sanday) It M,,e.i.<J A. Me Arrtra at Oanvilla at I.'-S P. M. Leave Darvvlile dally (axcept Sunday) .....7.54 A. M. Arrive at Tilcfcn ad at 5 15 P. M. i'aisenf*!-* f?r F?rmv!!ie, I.yr'-hburjf, KoiX rllle, Naahvlli?, MeiiitXiU. N>?** Orleant. &c., *?i<* Lvn^hbur^, .tn-i i?r ail .?.<y-n;;itioi * on the South Sid*) railroad, will take thte train. *^his train et< p* ?t all vay-?taiion? between Rle<inond and Ue'iriUa. THROUGH TRAIN GOIN0 WEST L^avt^* Richmond dally at 3.10 P. M Arrives at Danville at * 14 P. M. Arrlv* at Ore"n*boro' at 11 14 A >f. St'ipnln;' to pnt down paaiengera only at Coal floH, Powhatan. Mattoax, Cbalu, Anialia C- orl hiQ o, J:ter'irill3, Parterillo, M-h^rrln, h'?y* ?Ale, flruko'e Branch, Roanoke. Honton, New'a Ferry, Bar!te?tlale, R.lngS"ld, Danville, and *ta tlon* wj? of Danville. GOJNO BAST. Leave* Or^enboro' at M0 P. M. Arrive* at Danville at 4 P. M. Arrive* atRlehmond at II J> . M. Stopping only at Reldsville, Rnflu'*, Fellum Panv lla Rla^uold, Bu*tou, Rc?nok-\ Drake's Branch, Mdherrln, and C'hnU. P<igeenKers from Richmond for all station* weat of Danville, Ch-rloue, Colui;:bla, AriKUsts, Ma con, Colnnbas, Atlanta, Moufgon;?-rrp Mobile, and N;w Orleans, via Columbia, will tab* Oils train. TUOUA* OODAilhAD no J?t* Sn:>*rlntt*n ts^t. GiKEAT SIJOllT ROUTE TO T.nr. i" NORTH. "^7, *Nr? WKS'T. F7J Till RICHMOND. FRBDRRICKSBURO AN J) FOTOMAO RAILROAD, CARRYING fiiM CNITBD hTlTE^ MAIL TWiCrl DAILY?ELiiGANT CARS, WITH Ndw patent sr.KWPTNo chair", oh at.l NIGHT TRAIN8, WITHOUT MX'l'HA CHARGE RKDUCBD THK'?UGH FARES.?The only rallrod route leaning THROUGH TICKETS and ThliOoGH RAOQAOS CHECKS from luenmcnii to the clUe* North, Eaat, and \7d*t. Trfiini on thl* road art now rnn a*follow*: The DAY THROUGH MAIL TRAIN leivb* Rlchnoni dai.y at I.SO A. M., arriving in Washington at t.ll P. H.. conn-.ct:r jr with tLe I'ARLY Ale f^Bl.'0< r.^phiBS!i TRAINS for the UOK'Ca, LAHT, and W isbT The NIGFT THROUGH MAI?. TRAIN, w'rk BLKGANT CARR vritb NKW PATENT bLBKPING CHAIRS attached, ler.vu Alrh 'iond 4*ily at 11.41 P. M., arriving la Wa?hlrgtot .t 4.84 A. M.,cor nactlng with the EARLY MORNING TiiAI.NS tor the NORTH. BAbT, and WtoT. NO Ki t'liA CHAROB FOR hif.BEPlNG CHAIRS. The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, with local e* pre?s packayec, leaves Richmond daily (SuoUsy* ezeepted) at 1.14 P. M., arrlrip^ In Frederieks barg at 7 P. M TRROUOH TICKBT8and THROUGH BAGOAOI CHBCRS to Alexandria. Wa-h'n<ton, na!timore Philadelphia, New Yore, Boaton, aci all the prla clpalcU'eein the West. Tor further Information and thron*h tiekeu apply at the oflce of tha Coan any, eorner Br&ad and Eighth atree j, Shoclfoa Hill. J. B. GENTRY, General Ticket Agent. Baktsl Rtttb, Snper intend ant. cot BTEAMERti. T\ATLY LHS'E TO NORFOLK, CITY I / POINT, AND ALL LANDING8 r,*^| - - ON JAMES RIVER?On aod *ft?r the TENTH or 8KPTUIM& the ^ I eiegart fiteamcra GKORUKANNA Capfftln D. J. Hit,JJ? JOHN SY I.VEbTER, ...CAptalu L. C. Qirr?%o, will leave Ludlam i Wataon's wharf DAILY. ?r c;?pt Sundays, at 4 o'elock A. M.f for CITY F 'lH T, N0RPOLIC Pt'RTsMODTli, and ALL LAN DINGS ON J A MRS Ri VKR. Passaugers by these boata will arrive at < ity Point In Iloie to connect with lha care lor Peters burg. rare to City pulnt ,...91 ?* Fare to Norfolk 1 '? Fare to Norfolk, aecood elaae < 4# The OEoRGKANNA leaves Richmond MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY. ^ Retariiing, Iaav?is Norfolk TDESDAY, THURS DAY. an l SATURDAY. ???? The JOHN KYi.VbM'SR ieavoe Richmond TUBS DAY, THUR80AY, and SATURDAY. Retarnlng. leaves Norfolk MONDAY, WEDNES DAY, and FRIDAY. VKJilUHT r?<etv?4 at all hoar* and forward?4 to Norfolk, and from thence by steamer to Bo*too, Baltimore, principal landings oo Chesapeake bay, and all tan J Inge on Jaaea river, at reasonable rates. Freight for way-landinge most be prepaid. L. H. TATUM, Agent, ?e 14?ta Oflce at etssm^rs'whsrf._ IjiOK N BW Y0R1C?A TLA N TiC COAST SlAiL, bT&.* JlMiiFa COJIPaN YTHaaptaodtd nttr ii4t-wU?> ?ta*r.. ahlj HATTKKAft, Albxaxdb* connu?n<l?r, aLMS> M AKL4.A. 6vnmi>? coiuaaudar, iaava HUbnvnd arary TUESDAY and FR1 D.t T : Ua*a Naw tori arary WB0NB8DAT and SATURDAY. Th?aa KHli'S art aiuiraly &aw, unt ?tr? ball! ajoraaaiy tor lb a roata. fh?T b*T? apUndtd SAI-OONg and BTAT*. KOokB, *nd tna FAKU, ACCOMMODATIONS and ATT EM TlOJf ara uunrpa*??4 Good* ?btppvd by tbta Ltna ara iandad r*aalariy at N?w York. ou_ih? Company's oorarau plar, within forty-eight no&ra. Sblppara art lnrUad ta notlea that tha graal danaga And l?aa by handling, and aaptaira (rum fraqoaiU ra-*hipping, aa on oua< 11am. U arollad cy thta rotta. Fralghta tor poinu bayond Maw York vlU i>* for* w?.rd J will* dtapaub, aud a* stada aacvpt actaal trpancaa incturad. Thaaa kllua dUtharga cargo la Saw fork at pi? No. *4 Norm rlrar, and tba CoMA&uy'a Uu Wilmington, North Carolina; Cfcarlaaton, 8a vaunah. Moot la and law Ortaaua. iaava tiom tba aama pi dr. Oooda for lhaaa potnia can ba Una* furad wtttoat axjwnaa or aroaara. Imaranaa la vary low by tbniMfclpd, dad tha aaouowy In tlma, toaaraaea, and aondlUoa Id which good* ara dollftrad. raikaa thU tha eh a ap art roaU frao Virginia. Inaaranaa tfaatai at lowaat rataa. wbaa crdagd^ ^ LIVINO8TON FOX A CO., ui Broadway, Nav York. 8AM0KJ< AY i~Sh A CO. HUaaxond. Virginia JOHN M. WtoT. Gityfolnt and Calarikin T. a WSNB. Norfolk. Virginia. For fraight or paaaaga, a'jmi to Biunfl A ffcfS I CO.. Aaasu Oflfea cornar of Curt and Virginia atraota. oppo ?Ua tba Tobaaco ttxe.anga da H -U T KM0N8.?Twtntj Ix?xm CUUICIS J/MISSIS A I.moXljiutraoaJ'rad. For aal# by da t| WILLIAM T. KIXU A CO.