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BY OOWARDIN A ELLYBON DAILY 1>ISVAT('H 1?dHlT#ml tonab , ,t>. - at ilk . t>?r trpok, payahl* to th# oar T i vri-okly. .it ?? p#r annum; |S.0O I r m\ months; 76c. jx?r month for a shorter r ^^vv.l.WKV.KIA' PT^PATCH ?t|4p?r tti or ? ? ^ for "** month*. * yv,> WKKK1 Y DISPATCH nt $2p#T*nnnm. DAILY DISPATCH. ?? VOL. XXX. RICHMOND. TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 12. 1867. J NO. 212. THE DISPATCH. TERMS OF ADVERrXBDiO: ' nSI on* in**rtlo? MM JteSKSSSte: 8Ka^'^S2r.: On* square, *w?iTi|l-(|TtlOM On# iqaart, on* moti tb Oncsqnar*. two month*!.'/" On* aquar*. thr** months..*.!. 1II .. 1 ?4 .. 9'0 .. .. M 00 ..1*90 GIFT CONCERT. / iKANP CHARITABLE li PRESENTATION CONCERT \x iin or tii v>rTHERN ORPHANS' ASSOCIATION ncorj rstrl by the Legislature of Virginia, Jannary W, 18?7,) TO ** QfVX* AT TH MARYLAND INSTITUTE. BALTIMORE, Al'KIL ?Tn, it(7. -) o j roflts of this concert will be glren to the ' b >FTHERN ORPHANS' ASSOCIATION, ? \M !><? 1 ?<ldr#u from the oftic?ra of which we fhi 1 the attention of the public : w. the i tlicer* (.f tho Southern Orphan*' Asso ( f. rtho maintenance and educatton of the t* orphan* of deceased southern soldiers ? ill- r?. earnestly ...licit the sympathy and co stlou in oar Grand Presentation Concert of all v :.?? re to *oe the " home and school" enabled I'ivf andc.ii for all needy on*s who seek its t *nd protection. ?. k i r?oar friend* for their past contributions *?- -t.ince, we a_ain appeal to thorn te help i "? satsiprlss. It is lbs da ?f the Association to erect a "Home and r orphans of the South, both male * * ?!e. on an extensive scale, in the city of f ? ui : I. \ a. Ah an inducement to hare tbe ling locate i T rie, the Common Council of ?da aaflciant lot of land, "!'v?h : -i .1 hcalthfal location, and will in :he quantity i f land if needed. ? w W hope In a favorable re sponae to this appeal to a public which has never yet faiiel toM.-- ill a charitable institution, that we ha to en! r-d mioan arrangement with Messrs. T. 1 Ai.MK., >.v (.<>., No. 13 Iloliiday street, r more, t<? i>r^ ani/o a Grand M usical Presenta t; n Concert f r Its beneflt, and earnem It solicit kind y * ; and patronage of the public to en it* ourcnu*. (Signed] ?xi'KM- I M, ^WMOND. President. k-. 1> J B BKsN, Vice-President. Mk* t A. 1 MKARS Treasurer Vr.s 1'k A t). KIMBKKLY, C'or. Sec'y. J H. S| HIKKN, Recording Sec'v. 1'k A O K. .V BKKl. Y, Financial bec'y. ii i l*Al,l. \M, ?(q,, (oDiutllor. 1 i: timvkk, February IS, ii47. TRrSTKRS. M*? F. A. F. MEaRS, Baltimore. Md. V ' J- H. 8CHIKKS, Hal ti more, Md. - J I,. HAMMOND. Baliitnore, Md. W. B < ?sT<'<'K, Baltimore. Md. A MAW KIV'S, i.'altiinnre, Md. ! r. *.<; KIMBKKLY, Balttmoro. Md. - (1H ? I.:.i *. M.rUBBIN. Baltimore, Md. "V V",V.? W. LYONS. Richmond, Va. v ?' 1 J.s /HUMAN, Richmond, ^"a. M^" j ili'JiAS BRANCH, Richmond, Va. I,,, ;;^y-nnr.ec.sarT to add a single word to the calla m?>n-be institu nsoi umeroDS and pterin*, and the i*1' -'h wh ch it 1h now pasainv to widan ?? of ns charities. 1, of fcTach a? arduous the ra^iMgement cannot too stronflv ? "! ? ?h- !.uruane and sympathetic eTery at"i v- l rtuipation in this additional i ? a! evmte the sad condition of treat ? - ..f helpi?s children, renoered thus by r . .e war ' t< u?:u v?jieh we UaTe passed. [ - r- . v, whatever may hare b^en the rela- ? r ie xg of ladies and gentlemen here- ! M'l-t agrrdttiat the children referred to - I y any poeMf.ility. hare had snaKencr 1 preaent deplorabft and ?..ei \ iitii'ii, atid are suitable objects for the .? i p? rtior^ ( t wbater? r bhade of poiiti- 1 l he " Home H-id hchtM.l " which i I ?"k to eMablisA tnul V i . incalculable benetit by pruri- I t .? I and raiment for these helpless ' : I -.ewi.H apnd and thorough adocaUon, thein for fat in ucefulneaa-to so rder tl t thU appeal may be ? ' <i*t rhe Motive int-rmt and co ; of person* everywhere ? >.- ue f? >r the j GRAND .STATION MUSICAL CONCERT I :cV: ?- at the nomia>l pric^r.f?i each-a l-,: the iurchjv?r,0 a Kift-1 ,? <>:ie i,-ift to every Uckei . The tiftsare 1. An electnt Farm of 241 K,.reK im. j."\ei ?? . li rxtmis. \ e .lii.^a and ? ..i-ui. Idin.s.sawand /rifctiaill, ina property ,nv Jr^tle t30,000 00 " ?*"? 1 iii gol valued at 13.500 o0 *? " i r.i of t? n acree. n^hiy improved, . , 1 ' "'f.ca-v J,f B ^Itlmore 10,000 oo ?. a lift in Greenbac lH 6 ^ u# |. A lUre?-sti?rv hr ? u House, with mn i *\ r\ it > \AfTJ t * * lilt 111 U * .uipr >r< jifiit?, in Baltimore.... S,000 00 A ? . r-e --orv Brick House, with mo . u?:-?:mpi. remei.ts, in Batlimore.... 4,200 00 .. A tw m< iv Brick Hv use, with mo dfTi. j' ,vor. ineiitN in Baltimore.... 3,ooo oo "? } *' ? 'i <in ureenbacks <%l,tooeach). 2.uoo 00 i in Oreanbacka (#&M aael^... 5.00000 ' ">' * .lt-? In Greenbacks ($100 ea.cn).. 6,000 00 ... Une h inur?4 Kifta in Greenback* ($50 _e*''h) 6.000 00 ... if ^ (irand Pianos (Stieff '?) 1,000 00 J. > wo Grand Pianos (Stiett 's) 2^000 00 I U Nj iare 1'ianuS J,0i>0 00 Ten Parlor Organs 160 each) 1,'500 00 1'. One Hundred (Jents' Uold Watches ' 4150 each) 15,000 00 I* Cne Hu. dred Ladiea' (juld Wuuhes 4 each) 10,000 00 I uy SiIrer-plated Tea Set# (|7S each) 3,750 00 r?dred Elliptic senm# Ma ? - '^75 each 1 7 500 00 (>:.* Hundred Gent's Silver Watches ' 'H-chl 6,500 00 51. On- Hundred Ladies' Fine Gold ( bains aud Pin ((40 each) 400000 t Tw, Hundred ?>n Paintings (t-0 each) 4,000 00 ? KjVf Huiidred Bibles (#-0 t-ach) 10 000 00 :? Tw. Th<-u*and c .pies Pollard's South- ' em History (|5t 10,000 00 T? Thousand Photc^raphic Albums ' 10 000 00 " Two Thousand Fine Gold Pens, hi ' rc^*;7. 10,00000 f ve Hundred 1 lam Gold Rin^s (?8).. 4 000 00 Twr, Thousand tela tsilror plated 1 0 000 00 i *n Thooaat.'i Call bells, Napkin ^ Kin^n, Ac , i(3) O.OuO 00 iuc baiant e consinta of the following articles ? Musical instruiuents, Muhic Boxes, Ladies' Work Boxes, Ladles' and Gent's Gloves, Bodies' and Gent's Hiding Whips, Opera Glasses. Office and Parlor Furniture, Wlitinc D^bks, Black Walnut Frames, hnxiariii^s, Ac.. Ac., Ac., the whole am<>untinx to an aa^r^xte of 50?,0iK? VALUABLE GlFTo. PLAN OF DRAWING. I 5 cat# number* from 1 to 5t?o,ooo are placed in * w :i ? * tie tlri?t number (when duwu out) draws t: ? L!^h??t or flntflft; the second nuiub? r i when drawn out) the next highest, or second gift, &c., ti.v . wh' ie number is drawn 1 lie a Htril alion will tine piace aftor the con cert, where e.i'vO persons cm witne*sit. A com uiutee will be chosen from tbe audience to take charg# of th<5 HHine All ? * aiivl | tsrehasers will be supplied with a correct ll*t of the awards an soon as published. TO OBTAIN TICKETS. Tickets will be supplied to ail booksellers, druggists, music dealer*, 4c., vhere they can be ' i>-i 'if J at <>> L DOLL. A K each, or in quantities at c.ab r?:es. Circular*, contAiolng full instructions and terms ! (it-.will be mailed upon the receipt of a stamp ft r retwri postage. ? 'rder* may beaent to ns enclosing the money, from $1 to $-5, la a r-gutered letter (hUmp en ? ">ra <;? oar risk, l.a-ger auu untt by poet-otllce ? rler, draft, or expreex, at the following club rates : f . v# ticket* to one address f 4 SO Ton udJrrh^ 9 00 Twenty ticket* to one aldre** It oo Fifty tickets to one address 44 oo Tbe names of the agent* will be published from tbe central office. 'I u <i-i* will be sappJied to agents at fifteen per ?*'discount. I'j.-Jer audln pursuance of the provisions of the t' n.al revenue Jaw, bis Honor, the Commie, i rr of Internal Kevenae. ha*, upon due proof, *'?? ? . a | rn.'t U'the Southern Ojphans* Associa tion to bo.d its Gift Concert exrmjtt from all ' . nj. ,i fr >in special tax or other duty in r*?f i ? t? *ui h i?fit Concert Thl? .? ? ^rot- ction to *11 Agenta. and exempts then. tr< iii*.- j uUj all liAbillty for license, tAX, or otberwi*e. Thl? i-Mei: ;>? 1 on Is made upon the ground that th. j>rovt;eU? / l(-sal? of tickets for ibis Concert *r. to be devoted to a charitable object, aud is bat Abotherev . i,t? of tbe favor and consideration w?'?h <-ur eff rte have been constantly met In nearly e*ery direction. KKFAAfcXcgs: ?*'.*ra' 0. T. Hkai'kkoaxd, New Orleans. di<-r-Qener*l Jury. Tuoursow, Mew Or leans. Major-general 8. B. BrrXNKK, New Orleans. J h. Br.AK, M. o Ualtlmore. , bAi i>**sTO*, M D., Baltimore. ? ^ .M' Uhi w. 1'ublUher, Baltimore (formerly ?, f ^ Morrow & Co.). ? J. >? uuo, Baltimore ; late of Richmond, Va. ? M M i urt, Baltimore. t. McKiivb* 4 Co.. Baltimore. A.i orders and communications should b? Ad dressed u> the Cmtiai Of pice. L. T. PAI.MEK&CO., No. 11 Holllday street. Baltimore, Director*. j,' 'kti4 c*n ^Ad at tl,# Musical Exchange of y4M> W. Davie*' bows, Main street, JUchiuoad, vAadre** communications to box 111 KlskBsond, SPECIAL NOTICES. WILMAN I. TAWXBB. J. OTTO BHBITS. V METROPOLITAN WORKS. FOUNDRY, MACHINE 8HOP8, AND 8A8H, BLIND. AND DOOR FACTORY, 00ft5Ift SlTIKTI A.VD ClIAL 8TBKIT?, RICHMOND, VA. The undersigned im prepared to boild and re pair MACHINERY of *11 kind*. Including KN0INE8, CAR WORK, TOBACCO FIXTURES, &c., 4o. ALSO. to furnish IRON and BRA8S CASTINGS, and F0RQINQ8 of every description. They also manufacture, In their Sa*h Factory, 8ASH, BLINDS, DOORS, and M0ULDING8 of ?very pattern. SCROLL SAWINO neatly executed In any ?trie. 8A8H furnished, either glaied or nnglaied, and carefully packed for ehlpment. Qlv# us a call before purchasing. d? 14??ro TANNER k EHBET8. BOBBBT H. MAUBT. J A M Bi L. N A JB/, BOBKBTT. r.BOOKB. *?T R. 11. MAURY & CO., (KrtTAKl.IRBEJ I.* 1-18,) BANKERS AND BR0KKR8, No. 1014 M&in Street, first houss below the podt-oL*o, Richmond, Va. STERMNO EXCHANGE, GOLD AND SILV^w, BANK NOTES, STATE, CITY, s.na RAILROAD BONDS and STOCKS, Ac., bought and aold on commission. DEPOSITS RECEIVED and COLLECTIONS MADE on all accessible points In the United States. fe 7 MT J. E. DOHERTY, MIRCH A NT TAILOR MAI? 8TBBBT BBTWBBM aiaBTa AKD N JKTM, has opened, and asks attention to hie FALL and WINTER STOCK, for MEN'S WEAR. Cloths, Caselmeree, Testings, Beavers, Business Coatings, Whltneys, Meltons, Tricots, Petershams, and Chinchillas, of the latest importation, and cer talnly as choice In quality and style as I ever of* fared. [oc li?6m] J. E. DOHERTY. WW HENRY COALTER CAB ELL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Offioh: Over the National Exchange Bank, oc 32?ts Richmond, Va. KT EZEKIEL'S VIRGINIA HAIR RESTORER. " A Thing of Beauty is a Joy Forever." Humors and diseases of the scalp produce bald* ness. The VIRGINIA HAIR RESTORER is war ranted to restore the scalp to a healthy condition and thicken the hair. Dandruff is thoroughly eradicated by Its use. Itching and burning of the scalp i? cured by two applications. It is a RICHLY PERFUMED HAIR DRESSING 1 IT 18 NOT A DYE. It does not color the skin. It does not stain the flnect linen. A vegetable compound, it does not act injuriously upon the hair or health, as do Ni trate of Silver Dyes, or those made of other nox ious drugs. TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED f Washi jfOTOi*, D. C., December 31, lStt. TV AT. Exekiel, Richmond, Va. : Dear Sir,?I am gratified to see that you have again commenced the manufacture of your HAIR j RESTORER. From the testimony of many friend* I who have used it, I have no hesitation iu stating that I believe it to be the most efflciout compound > of the kind ever presented for sale. Indeed, rnanv of those who have tried it assure me that it not only cleanses the scalp perfectly, but undoubt edly restores the growth of the hair. "Very respectfully yours. &c., Albxa51)EK Y. P. Gabhett, M. D. For sale by all druggists in this city and else where. Price, $1 per bottle. Orders addressed to de 27 N. EZEKIEL, box 1*9. ?ST LEVY BROTHERS' TRICE CUR RENT FOR THIS WEEK. Calicoes at 15, lej, 20,15, 30, and 3r>c.; Blenched and Unbleached Cottons at 12$, IS, 10?, 20, 25, and >oc. ; Pillow-case Cotton, full width, at 25c. ; Full-width Bleached and Unbleached Sheeting at 65 cents ; Bed Tick at 15c.; Shirting Stripes at 15c. ; All-wool White Flannel, full yard wide, at ooc., worth 75c.; | and } Flannel, all-wool, from 30 to?5c. ; Spring DeLaines, very neat styles, at 2uc. ; Handsome Balmoral Skirts at $2 and $2.50; Beal Maltese Lace Collars at 5o. 75c. and $1, worth doable the money ; Linen Handkerchiefs at $1.25, $1.50, and $1.75 per dozen ; Hoop Skirts at 75c., $1, and $1.'5 ; Linen Collars at 75c. per dozen ; Linen Sets of Collars and Cutis at 25c. ; A large stock of Casslmere, for buys' wear, at $1 per yard, some of which is worth $1.50 ; Black Silks at $1.50, $1.75, and $2 ; Irish Linens at 50, 75c., and $1; Domestic Ginghams at 25c. Also, at low prices, a handsome assortment of NEW SPRING DRESS GOODS, Marseilles, Quilts, Table Cov irs, Napkins, Towels, Doylies, Bead Trimmings, Buttons, Alpacas, Bombazines, Daisy Frilling, Magic Ruffle, Cash's Coventry Rutlle, Shawls, Swiss, Cambric, Jaconet, and Nainsook Muslins, Bishop and Victoria Lawns, White and Colored Brilliants, French Cambrics, all colors ; Birdseye, Scotch, and Russia Diaper, Belts, Ribbons, Buckles, and Clasps, Under-Garments, for men, women, and children ; Curtain Muelins, Worsted Damasks, for Curtains ; Window-Shades, Gloves, Stockings, and the usual variety of goods to be found in a first-class dry goods estab lishment. LEVY BROTHERS, mh 7 No. 15 Main street. TkSDEUAH Wl'KKS, ) Richmond, February 17,1*67. J VTOTICE.?The firm of J. R. AN-1 i.1 DERSON A CO. Is this day dissolved by com* | men consent, and its name will only be used Ln settlement of Its affairs. The business heretofore conducted by us at the Tredegar Works is transferred to the " TREDEGAR company." ? L . I The operations of the works will be eonMnund without intprmiaslon and with increased facilities under the present management by our auccesson-, by whom all unfluUheU orders and contracts an our bwoks will be promptly executed. We commend the new company to our old pa trons. J. k. aNUKRNUN, JOHN F. TANNER, ROBERT ARCHER, B. 8. ARCH KB, ARCHER ANDERSON. Trkdkoak Wokks, Richmond. Va., j February 27, 18?7. j THE "TREDEGAK company," having purchased the Tredegar Works and Armory Rolling Mill, and the manufacturing bu siness of Mevsrs. J. R. Anderson k Co., has this day organized. This Company will continue to produce all th* article# heretofore made at these works, to wit: 1* TH8 BOLLIMQ MILLS: Bar and tiuide Iron, Railroad, Ship, and Cut Spikes ; Rolled Chairs, Naila, Bridge Bolts. 19 TH* rorilDIIII A5D MAlHlX* SHOPS: Cars, freight and baggage ; Railroad Wheel* and Axles, fitted or separate ; Chilled Tires; Railroad Trueks, complete; Stationary and Portable Engines, for saw mill* and plantation purposes; Maria* login** of *11 classes ; Sugar Mills and law Mills; Boilers?flue, locomotive, and cylinder; Castings of Iron and Brass, Including the largest description* mad*; Mill and luamboai Shafts of th* heaviest class. Jn addition, U will at ouce commence th* wauu J. F. fAjpBii Viw-Pffsideni,' Richmond gispatcl^ TUESDAY MARCH 12, 1867. Artdrema to the Parents and the Pub lic of Virginia. Tho undersigned have been appointed by the "Educational Association of Vtr* ginia" a committee to address you on their behalf, " urging you to a more hearty cooperation with teachers in matters of instruction, discipline," &c. The benefits which would be secured to education and the aid which woukl be afforded teachers ? by such cooperation would be very great; as all who have any experience on the subject must be aware of the obstacles at the very threshold of education arising from the v.ant of proper family management. It', therefore, they can be removed, much good will be attain ed. Since the teacher L properly to be regarded as the pareut's agent, to assist in the training of his children, it appears ob vious that parents may be Loot induced to this important coneurreuco by pointing them to the fundamental principles to be observed in tho education of youth. In ils broaJ, comprehensive sense, edu cation embraces tho physical, moral, and intellectual instruction of a child, from in fancy to manhood. Any system is imper fect which does not combine them all, and tLal is best which, whilo it thoroughly de velopes them, abates the coarse, animal af fections of human nature, and exalts the higher faculties and feelings. A child has everything to learn, and L more readily taught by having boloro it good examples to imitate, thau by simple precepts. He should, thereforo, as far as circumstances v.ilV permit, be encouraged to associate with his parents ; for his heart must be af fected?his feelings moved, as v.cll as his mind expanded. He may Lc taught that it is criminal to steal, and sinful to lie, and yet be unable to apply this knowledge to the government of himself; and it will therefore be of no value to him unless the principle is confirmed into a habit. Obedience is the first requisite in family training. It should be made sincere and perfect, and to proceed as much from af fection as a conviction of its necessity. To accomplish this, great prudence and the exercise of much patience are necessary. By firmness mixed with kindness the child will learn, by repeated experience, that he is not to follow his first impulse, and that self-control, which even an infant can un derstand, is necessary to his comfort. Neither violence nor harshness should ever be used; and the parent must bear con stantly in mind that to govern his child he must show him that he can control him self. One of tho most common errors in the management of children is irregularity of behavior towards them. They are as skilful, as pertinacious in their attempts to gratify their self-will; at one time try ing to evade authority, at another to op pose it. If they once succeed, they are encouraged to persevere, and it is neces sary for the parent to meet the first at tempt with firmness, and not permit him self to be bafiled either by evasion or re sistance. Although a child may not yield to threats, and may defy punishment, he cannot resist patient kindness and gentle admonition. The love of truth is equal in importance to habitual obedience. Every encourage ment, even to the pardoning of ofTences, should be given to its cultivation. The first impulse of tho mind in children is always to speak tho truth rather thau false hood", unless some evil motive arise to sway them to untruth. They should be accustomed to hear the truth always spoken. Confession of error, with a de testation of falsehood, dishonesty, and equivocation should be sedulously incul cated. A strict adherence to promises made to them is of the utmost importance, as well as the removal of all temptation to misconduct. The influences of Christianity form tho essential element of moral character, as its principles are the only sufficient basis of virtue or happiness. Hence the parent's most sacred duty to his child is to impress tho sentiments of our holy religiou early upon his mind by personal explanation and systematic instruction. As tho intellect expands, its sacred truths will be compre hended and felt, and its motives and prin ciples be strengthened and confirmed by practice and habit. An essential part of the education of youth is to teach them to serve themselves, and to impress upon them the fact that nothing good can be acquired in this world without labor; and that tho very necessa ries and comforts of life must bo procured by earnest and regular exertion. They should also be taught to know' that, after having beeu reared and educated by their parents, they should not expect them to provide further for them, and that their future subsistence and advancement must depend upon themselves. Parents some times commit the mistake of allowing their children, after having reached the period of life when they ought to bo engaged in making a livelihood, to rely upon them for support. This encourages them in injuri ous idleness, and destroys their spirit of self-dependence, which is necessary for their advancement in life, and causes them to appear so unreasonable as to depend upon them after having arrived at an ago when they should think and act for them selves. The choice of a profession is not of so much consequence as the manner in which it is pursued. If habits of self-control and self-denial have been acquired during the season of education, the great object has been accomplished. Diligence and inte grity in any useful pursuit of life will be sure to secure prosperity and fame, and success will result from engaging in that business in which the generality of man kind are interested. Such being the correct view of educa tion, the support and cooperation which faithful teachers should receive from pa rents can be easily inferred by the good sense of each one. We only ask especial attention, in concluding, to the following suggestions, which our experience has shown to be of prime importance : 1. The parent, after committing his child to the teaching of another, should continue to manifest an affectionate in terest in his improvement by constant in quiry and encouragement. 2. The supplying of young persons, while absent from their homes, with needless money, and the permission to coutract debts, are to be reprobated, as tempting to a sinful prodigality and multiplying the dangers of contracting habits of vice. 3. The proper authority of teachers must be firmly sustained by parents. 4 Every young perrt>n should be in formed by his parents that he must give dilieenco to profit by his studies, or else muJ be compelled to make himself useful to society by actual labor in some humbler 8PAnd last; an unworthy parent cannot reasonably expect the teacher, against the current of his wrong example, to form his son into a worthy man. K. E. Lee, ) John B. Minor, J Committee. R. L. Dahnky. ) March 8,1867. A blue-eyed white bear hai been ctp tured 1b Australia. LOCAL MATTERS. Meeting of the Cut Council.?The regular monthly meetiDg of the Council was held yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock at the Council Chamber. Present Messrs. M^c far land, president; Mason, Taylor, Clopton, Epps, Scott, Lee, Maury, Saunders, Crutchficld, Tinsley, Harvey, Smith, and Sty 11. ??? The minutes of the previous meeting were read, approved, and signed by the president. Revision of the Ordinances. Peachy R. Grattan, Esq., to whom the ordinances of the Council had been re ferred for revision, was present, and pre pared to go on with the reading of the ordinances as revised. He read a com munication mentioning the changes re commended in the ordinances which had not-previously been read to the Council. The further consideration of the ordi nances as revised was postponed until this afternoon at 4 o'clock, at which time a called meeting of the Council will be held for the purpose. Report of the Finance Committee. Mr. Saunders, chairman of the Finance Committee, reported adversely to the pe titions of R. F. Williams, II. f. Anderson, Cosby & Pugh, Mrs. Fanny Angle, Mrs. Margaret Miller, L. II. Anderson, and W. M. Morris. The petition of F. W. E. Loh man, asking to be relieved of a tax of fifty dollars, was granted. The committee re commended that the bond due Alfred Moses, for $11,500 in Confederate money, be paid at the rate of one dollar for every forty dollars. The report was adopted. Committee on Public Grounds and Build ings. Mr. Scott, chairman of this committee, offered a report recommending that the City Engineer be instructed to examine the condition of the First Market Hall, and report to the committee the cost of re pairing and fitting it up to be used as a room for holding the Mayor's court. A report from the City Engineer was presented, in which ho estimated the cost of ittingup the hall at $1,000. The report of the committee was recom mitted to the committee, to be again brought up this afternoon. The Tar Bill for the ensuing year was presented by the 1 chairman of the Finance Committee, laid on the table, and ordered to be printed. Commissioners of Streets. Mr. Crutchfield, chairman of the com missioners, offered a report recommending that the petition of P. A. Wellford to be allowed to construct a railroad switch at the corner of Fifth and Byrd streets be granted. Also, that Strider be allowed to construct a show-window to his store. The report was adopted. Clerk of the Hustings Court. The sum of 8300 was ordered to be paid to the clerk of the Hustings Court for ser vices for which no compensation had been provided by law. Dutch Gap Canal. Mr. Smith, chairman of the committee to whom was referred the subject of deep ening Butler's canal across 1 Mitch Gap, so as to make it useful to the commerce of the city, reported that the committee had performed the duty assigned to them, and thought the plan feasible,and recommended that the City Engineer be instructed, if the Council think favorably of the project, to make further examination of the canal, and report to the Couueil. Unfin ish ed Jl us in ess. The recommendation of the Board of Health that a dispensary for the relief of the poor be established in the city, and that two physicians be appointed in each Ward to attend to the destitute, has been considered by the Committee on Health, who reported an ordinance in compliance with the recommendation of the Board. The sum asked for to establish the dispen sary and pay the physicians was $900 per aunum: $300 for the dispensary and $150 each to the physicians. It was adopted by the Council. Mr. Scott, chairman of the Committee on the Water Works, offered the follow ing resolution; which was adopted : Resolved, That the Committee on the Water Works be instructed to contract forthwith for the necessary machinery for the pumps to work in any stage of water, subject to the approval of the Council. A resolution was offered by Mr. Scott authorizing tho Committee on Public Grounds and Buildings to rent out certain city property. Adopted. Election of Captain of Police. Captain Russell S. Betts having resigned his position as captain of police, his Honor the Mayor nominated to (ill the vacancy Sergeant Dennis Callahan, Captain James Pleasants, and Sergeant Robert J. Bul lington. The roll was called, and Callahan, on the first ballot, received 8 votes, Pleasants 4 votes, and Bullington 1 vote. Callahan was declared elected. Mr. Saunders offered a resolution that the late order of the Chief of Police requi ring every policeman to wear his uniform at all times be referred to the Committee on Police. Mr. Saunders said his reason for offering the resolution was that many of the police men were young men, and wanted to go to church with young ladies, and the ladies didn't like to go to church with policemen when in uniform. The resolution was re ferred. After the transaction of other unimpor tant business the Council adjourned till 4 o'clock P. M. to-day. Cargoes from Below.?For the informa tion of our merchants we mention that the steamer Niagara took aboard at Norfolk the Richmond freight of the Saratoga, and arrived here with it last evening, and will discharge cargo to-day. The steamer State of Maryland also arrived yesterday with the cargo of the steamer Petersburg, taken off' at City Point. She is anchored off Port Mayo, and will not be able to dis charge cargo until the water falls enough to enable her to use her wharf. The River.?The river yesterday only fell about eight inches. The protracted rains so filled the streams of the Piedmont and mountain regions with water that the James river has a heavy task to carry off all their accumulated contributions. Its decline must be very gradual. Pardons.?The Governor on yesterday pardoned the following named parties: Litell Isom, convicted in the Circuit Court of Grayson county, and sentenced to the penitentiary for seven years for murder in the second degree. Henry Hitchcock, convicted in the Hust ings Court of Richmoud of grand larceny, and sentenced to the penitentiary for six years. Some persons have inferred from our re. port of the meeting at the African church last Thursday night that Mr. John Viles, Jr., was a participant in it, although we have Bince stated that he was present merely as a spectator, with other citizeus. We again say that there is no ground what ever to include Mr. Viles amongst the per sons who got up the meeting. Senate Committer Gone to Washing ton.?It will be seen by reference to the proceedings of the Virginia Senate yeuter, day that a committee of Ave was appoint ed to go to Washington to confer with the Government on the subject of the conven tion ? bill now under consideration in the General Assembly. This committee con sists of Messrs. Boiling (chairman), Keen, Onld, Gray, and Lcc. These gentlemen left by the Fredericksburg train last night for Washington. They were accompanied by Senators Trout and Robinson, and other gentlemen. Distinguished Visitors.?On Saturday last Governor Worth of North Carolina, and General Barringer, also of that State, were in the city, en route to Washington. They visited the Governor and also the two Houses of the Legislature, where they were received with much courtesy, and interchanged views touching the situation of the country. Governor Worth is a sensible, unaffected gentleman, of excel lent judgment and great integrity of cha racter. General Barringer was a distin guished member of Congress before the war, and held the position of Minister to Spain just before the disruption of the Republic. The Henrico Murder?The Bonr or the Murdered Woman at the Cocnty Court-house.?The body of the young woman murdered in Ilenrico county, and found in Mr. Drinker's woods, was disin terred yesterday and brought to the county court-house, where it can now be ?cc!n. All persons who desire to see it, with a view to identification, are earnestly re quested to visit it at the court-house to day. Presbyterian Sunday School Union. The regular monthly meeting of the Pres byterian Sunday School Union took place at the Third Presbyterian church last evening. After the usual singing and prayer, ad dresses were delivered by the President and Messrs. Sleight, Martin, and llill, after which the reports of schools were read, the average monthly attendance beinir as follows : . Scholars. Teachers. First church ^ United church '?>* Second church 13? Third church The colored schools were all reported to be in a prosperous condition, and the fol lowing reports were submitted concerning them: First church, 100 colored scholars; Second church, 135 colored scholars; Tliiid church, 50 colored scholars. Mr. Sleight gave an interesting account of a school at the alms-house, under the charge of the Young Men's Christian As sociation. He made an appeal for a reju forcement of teachers. The meeting then adjourned until next month. Baptist Sunday School Meeting. A meeting of the Baptist Sunday schools of this city was held in the Second Baptist church last evening. The meeting was well attended by ladies and gentlemen, who evinced a warm interest in the proceedings. Rev. A. E. Dickinson presided over the ^ meeting, and Mr. Thomas Starke was se cretary. The following is the report of; the average attendance for the last month: j Otllcers an-l Teachers. Scholars. First church Second church ?? Grace-street church... 32 Belvldere church 1" '"r Leigh-street church... M *'?' Sidney church 5 Total W U*7 # Remarks of an interesting and appropri ate character were made by Messrs. John M. Pilcher, W. II. Williams, A. P. Fox, Caleb Jacob, C. Walthall, and others, after which the meeting adjourned. Hustings Court of Magistrates. A regular term of this court was commenced yesterday. Present?John F. Regnault, Recorder; W. W. Timberlake, Charles E. Wortham, J. J. Binlord, John M. Hig uins, gentlemen justices. la the cases ot Henry Davis, charged with petit larceny, and Robert Lamb and James Childrey, charged with felony, nolle prosequis were entered. George Washington was sent on for felony. , , . . T u A capias was awarded against Joseph Furley, charged with felonious stabbing. John Fick, for attempting to violate the person of a lady in Hollywood Cemetery, was committed for further trial. Silas Rich, felony, was discharged. Vernon A. Bouis, for forgery, was re manded for further trial, and committed to jail in default of $700 bail. John Nelson, negro, accused of felony, was acquitted. Jim Brown, for felony, was sent on. Marcus Farmer, Fannie Williams, Mary Carter, Hannah Brown, and Flora Jackson were brought up to answer a charge of stealing $350 from Lee Jackson a dis charged negro soldier. Fannie Williams was sent on, and the other parties dis charged. Mayor's Court?Mayor Ma to presi ding?Monday Morning.?James Mahon, United States soldier, charged with being drunk and disorderly, and with assaulting and beating James Murphy, another sol dier, was called up. He was sent to the Libby to be dealt with by his officers. Lucy A. Singleton, mulatto woman, was brought up to answer for assaulting and beating Ellen Harris, another mulatto woman. From the testimony, it was a free flght, and the parties were discharged with the warning if they came here again they would both be sent to jail. Alexander Rose, white man, was brought up to answer for assaulting and striking Arthur W. Ferguson, mulatto barber. The warrant which had been procured by Ferguson for the arrest of Ross had been torn. Policeman Tyler testified that Fer guson told him that William Peasley tore the warrant up. Ferguson said that he had been drunk for thirty days. His Honor imposed a Hue of twenty-five dollars on Ferguson, and required him togivo security in $200 for his future good behavior. Ross was discharged. Henry White and George Hnllingnworth, United States soldiers, were brought up to answer for throwing rocks on the street at one of the negro soldiers who came here on yesterday. They were set back. John McDonald, another " boy in blue," was arraigned to answer for attempting to enter the house of Martin Meredith Lips comb, and for trespassing on the premises of Mrs. Morgan. Policemau Wilkinson said that when he arrested the prisoner he was sober. He was also set back. Charles Welsh, Joseph Beasley, Charles Kelly, John Tyler,and William M. Butler, half-grown youths, were brought up to an swer for being disorderly, throwing stones at and cursing and abusing Lucien Peyro nett and his family. Mauy witnesses were examined, and it appeared that it was a party of very bad boys. Each of them was required to give security in $150 for his good behavior. Welsh, Beasley, and Kelly found friends to undertake for them. The other two were set baek. Pouey Haines, alias James Johnson, white man, was brought up to answer for having in his possession two boxes of to. bacco supposed to have been stolen. He could giro no satisfactory account of the manner in which he came in possession oi the tobacco. It was identified by Mr. White as his property. Haines, alia.1 Johnson, was sent on to'be examined on the charge of felony, and committed to jail. Catharine Manning, white woman, with a small baby in her arms, was brought up on a warrant, iuued by a justice, charging her with having M feloniously abused and used indecent language to Mary Murphy." ITis Honor called attention to the word ing of the warrant, and said that persons should not use words tbey did not know the meaning of. Mrs. Manning was dis charged. James Johnson, negro, for stealing two sticks of wood from W. T. Staples & Co., on the basin, was set back in default of security in $150 for his good behavior. David Harris, negro, charged with steal, ing two bank notes from Daniel Brown, negro, was called up. Brown was made to 11 ante cp " the costs of the warrant, and Harris was discharged. The continued case of Edward Harri gan, United State* soldier, charged with stealing forty-five dollars from Jerry Boyle, was called. There w?j no ovidence that Harrigan stole the money, and he was dis charged. William Preston Nuckols was brought up to answer for being an idle, dissolute person, and for associating with thieves and house-breakers. He was warned to keep bettor company, and discharged. The New York Firemen.?The dele gation from tho Old Volunteer Fire De partment of New York were on yester day shown around tho city by Captain Charters, Ainsley, and others of the Fire Department of this city, inomnibusses fur nished by Messrs. Corkrey & Millward, of the Spotswood, at which house they stopped. These same gentlemen were caterers to a handsome banquet gotten up for the visi tors yesterday afternoon. The party left for New York by the Fredericksburg train last night. A Present for Butler.?On Saturday, a large iron spoon, about eighteen inches in length, passed throngh this city, in charge of the Southern Express Company, directed as follows: 41 B. F. Butler, care Hon. A. J. Rogers, of N. J., Washington, D. C." On the reverse side was: " First Alabama returns under the provisions of tho Sherman bill." Arrests.?Catharine Manning was ar rested yesterday for abusing Mary Murphy. Two United States soldiers were also ar rested for being drunk and disorderly on the street. These parties were lodged in the second station-house. Fowl Robbery.?The premises of Mr. Mark Tyndall were invaded on Friday night, and upwards of fifty chickens and a fine turkey were stolen. No arrests. To Housekeepers.?The President of tho Board of Health gives notice to house keepers and owners of unoccupied lots generally, to cause all refuse, garbage, ashes, and accumulations of all sorts, to be removed. This is an important notice, and ought to be promptly complied with. The health of the city is a great point with us now. By the extraordinary exertions of the Board of Health and the police the dread visitor, cholera, was uuable to in tiict very much mortality upon the people last year; but our trade was most seri ously injured at a time, of all others, when we were least able to stand it. Let us hope, by beginning early this year, and keeping the city perfectly clean and or derly, we shall have no cholera, and that good health will cheer and strengthen us for tho trials and labors of the next nine months. Every citizen should, by exam ple and influence, coiiperato with tho Board in their etforts to protect tho city from the evils of disease. Confederate Dkad at Newport News. We have in our office a very carefully pre pared li*t of the Confederate soldiers who died io prison at Newport News, and were buried on the farm of Mr. Parker West. The burial ground has been very neatly enclosed by the Government, and the head boards?which are nicely marked with name, company, regiment, and State?are now decaying and falling down. We will bo very glad to give any information in re gard to these names to the friends of those who are buried there. The majority are from Virginia ami North Carolina, though there are some from every southern State. Youno Men's Christian Association. To-night at half-past 7 o'clock the regu lar monthly meeting of the Young Men's Christian Association will be held at the First Presbyterian church (Dr. Moore's). Various matters of interest are expected to be brought to the. attention of the mem bers, which may not be less so to the public. The ladies are especially invited to be pre sent. Wilcomb thk Vetera*.?It U gratifying to see the business men of other and better days return ing to the city and retaining their occupations. Among these,we observe that Coionel William 0. Brow.*, before the war a most enterprising, popu lar. and successful commission merchant, is again in business very near hi* old stand, corner Cary and Thirteenth streets. His numerous country and city friends will be glad to see him again in the field. We look upon the return of the old familiar faces in the walks of commerce as a cheering omen of the bright future that lies before the city of Richmond. MARINE intelligence. miniatukk ALMANAC-March 13, 1m7. , Hon rln?s >.10 | Moon sets 12 < San sets t.k>| High tide, A. M ... 9 It PORT OF RICHMOND, much 11, 1117. ARRITBD. Fteamer niagara, Blakem&n, Sew York, mer- ] chandise and pasaengers. 0. F. Wauon 1 bteamer mat* of Maryland, Travera, Baltimore, merchandise and passengers, 0. & W. Currle. 1 sailrd. ] Stesmer John flylrestor. (Jifford, Norfolk, mer- < chandise and passengers, L. B. Tatuiu. Schooner J, C. Calhoun, Wilson, Baltimore, ha Clairuiont to load with lumber, Joeeph Allard, Jr. Brlif r??? 111 -* Mitchell. Uumphrey, Charleston, g. C , grain. Palmar, HarUook k Co. t gchoonerJohu l>. McCarthy, ?new Tort < coal. Werth, Kathbnn k Co. ? Schooner Albert Mason, Rose, new Tork, via Howlett's to load with coal, Wooldridge. mib0ra5da. Baltimorr, March 10?Cleared, schooner Ar m-i'ia, Bamberger, for Richmond. Steamer Hattera* is expected up early this morn* lag. ?BLOW. A stenmtag with an unknown schooner In tow, bound np, was at Chatlin'a Bluff at 11 o'clock P. M. BY trlrorafb. Nrw York, March 11 Arrived, stoamere Sara toga and Albem*rle, Norfolk. tk> tobacco manufacturers. x We offer for sale, At lowest prices. HUM, In barrels; oom, In bBlee and barrels; Li COMIC I, B large aaeortment of Bioet fBvorlte brand* oe I haev1th 4 WILLI A Ml, granges AND lemons.?50 boxwi \ J okanuk8 and lemoh8, j.ceo fresh 8am BLAH cocoajiuth, laikdlnc to-day, for sale by looib J. B08B11UX, uh i | 1411 Main street /"iiga.RS, CIGARS.?a lot of very ?u \J perior, Jus* Imported. R. 8. DUVAL, wis ander ?poSswood Hnui Brother Jonathan's furni TORE POLISH, for making old furniture new, for sale by BLONT a m08slit, DrsfgUU, _m. __ 13tl Main, pear Fourteenth street. UHEET IRON?AMERICAN? ru8 P 8l.a?,wld imitation r088u SHEtT iro*, fora?leby GORDON k crinoaji, ?fa* Pearl Block. WRAPPING PAPER.-w0 REAMS w wur,,,. BUSINESS CARDS. G. WEBB A CO., % DOMINION STEAM fOAP AMD CANDLB WORKS Hiad of Sirmrrmurni arm nr. BICHMOND. VA. Offlce, o-rer Armletaad k City, CoBair^f | Block, Cary street. Constantly on band, the various brands of oar SOAP and TALLOW CANDLM. fa *-ta 1 A AB.?V UJ?V IVWVI'VV ^v. .' ? large lot of barrala. half fcarrali, and quarter bar rala CLAGGITT'S fcREAM ALI. Also, per ?taaaaer " Liverpool." via NaW Tort, illy eaaka of OLD ENGLISH tfUBTON ALS8. Families supplied with BOTTLED ALI kr tk? down, or DBAuGHT ALI by the meuara. load in your pitchers, and top-o? aftar dinner with ft glaaaof VINE OLD ENGLISH ALI. *J4-4a T. fI?7wdAh^1I'iy!?SiiOT7 (r()n Haventh etraat to 1114 Mils 8TBEBT, ntv? on band, of their w? * to# %tnck ot PLEASOEE CAB Rl^;L .w?i y?* ZMUt7 ?n* description, to fe M 'nTlt*l|1* attention of tba pablla. J. BOWLES A CO., LUMBER DEALERS, corner Eleventh and Canal etreeta, south side baa In. (Gary * Allen'a old aland). ^ Havln* entered Into tha BETAIL LUMBBB BUMN KSS under the firm and atyle of T. J. BOWLES k CO., I moat reepactfally aollelt tba pa tronage of my frlende and the public generally, and aiso would be pleaaed to s?rve tho frlenda of my brother-in-law, Mr. Cbarlea C. ElleU, to wbom I refer. [fe ?Q-lm) THOMAS J. BOWLI8. S"mith a tribbett. 90S MAIN STREET, SPOTS WOOD BLOCK, bare received par ate&mer to-day a large lot or i choice Orangea, Lemons, Cocoannta, Kalatna, Flge, Datee, Citron, Syrian j)atee ; Nuta, aa?ortad kinds; Tamarinds, Canned Tomatoes, Oysters, Oraan Corn, Ac We would respectfully lnforaa oar cus tomers and the public generally that our faatory la now in complete order, and we are manafaatarlng Double Keflned btoam Candy from aruabad a agar which ia unequalled this slae of New York. Oar counters will he filled daily with freah Coaoanat, Fruit, and other Candles. Qlveuaaeall. fe ao-ta SMITH k TRIBBETT. REMOVAL.?The undersigned bat to Inform their frlenda tbat they hava remove? to their NEW WAREHOUSE, In Pearl Block, Fourteenth street between Main and Caxy, wbara they will be pleased to see their eaatomara and tba public. A large and wall-ealeeted stock of <310* CEH1E8, PROVISIONS, and LIQUORS alwaya oa hand ; to which they respectfully aak tha attantloa or the trade. JOHNSON k HUNTT, Fourteenth atreat Ja 7?ta between Main and Cary* Removal. ? pi lkinton, pul LIAM A CO., AUCTION ESK8. REAL ESTATE AGENTS, and COMMISSION MEkCHANTS, (for merly No. i Wall street,) have removed to tha large and commodious warerooma No. 11 Pearl street. Having large facilities for atorage, they raapaat fully solicit consignments of manufactured and leaf TOBACCO, FLOUR, WHEAT, CORN. OATS, and COUNTRY PRODUCE generally. Thankfal for the liberal patronage bestowed upon the con cern In the past, they respectfully solicit a con tinuance of the same, pledging their beat afforta to afford satisfaction to their patrons. PILKINTON, POLLlAM k CO., Auctloneers, Real Estate Agents, and Commission Merchants, No. II Pearl atraet. fe 14?ts /CHILDREN'S CARRIAGE FAO VJ TORY, COKNER CABY AND 70UBTM STREETS, RICHMOND.-Tbe moat baaotifal f*U t'irns of CHILDREN'S CAKKIAOES are maaafaa* tared, and will be aold at northern prleat. A liberal discount to the trade. Ordera from all parte of tha eoantry promptly tiled. Addreaa Jyii-ts WILLIAM FORBES. Proprietor. TAMES RIVER STEAM BRBW *) ERY-ALE,* PORTER. AND LAOIB BIER.? We are prepared to furnl?h th*ea articles at lowar prices and of as good quality as any, wbathar do* rnextlc or Imported Orders can be left with A. Y. BTOKia k Co., who are our authortied agenta for the aala of oar gooda In Richmond. Ja *?ta BETZ, YDINOLINO k BEYI}L_ THALBOTT A BROTHER. 1 MAN UFACTURERS OP STEAM EN0INE8. SAW MILLS, ORIST MILLS, HYDRAULIC PRESSES, Ae., ara again In boslneaa, corner Cary and Sevan* ti'inth streets, and are prepared to fnrnlah HICKS'S PATENT ENGINE, the graateat thing now out. Also, our Improved OSCILLATING IN U1NE, something vary almpla ; and any otbar kind of ENGINE required. All persona wishing to bay will do wall to call and aaa than bafora parehaa. ing elsewhere. an W?ly qX>BACCO FACTORY MACHINERY,' 1 SCREWS AND PB1S8BI, FLATTENING MILL8, Ao., Ao., n*de and repaired In the most thorough and worke manlike manner, and WARRANTED TO GIVE SATIIFAGTIOff, at tha Worke of THE UN 10.? MANUFACTURING COMPANY? ? Caar sraiir. bilow Fiftuvta ituit, wbara Ma. JOHN HANCOCK. who haa been engaged expressly for thla work, will be happy to aee hla old frlenda and aaatoman. among the oldest and beat TOBACCO MaNUFaO? TURKKK OF RICHMOND. mb U-ta COMMISSION MERCHANTS WILLIAM H. BROWN, UENBRAL COMMIfcSlON MERCHANT, RIOHMCNU, VA. )rrioB, cobxib Tbibtkitth A.vn Cakt itbbitc, opposite lila old oBce. The unbucrtber. UarinK returned frcm tba South, ,nd It belli# the desire of a number of bis old sas? niatTH that he shoali resume the COMMISHlog IU81N ESS In this city, glrea nolle* that he bu liken the office abore described. and will be (1*4 u receive the consignments of hia former friends nd patron* and the public generally. He rs? nrna hi* sincere thanks for thslr former kindness nd confidence. .... He aollciu consignments of all description! of irodoce. Instructions strictly complied with, and sstUf. aents prompt. mh I?Id WILLIAM H. BROWI, M OT ICE OP CO-PARTNERSHIP Ll AND RBMOVAL.-Colonel LLOYD J. BBaLL it associated with me from thia date aa a general iartner In the GlliHJBKY and COMMISSION BU* 1*91 III WHO v?tt"V?.ea w ?VV? INESS, which will hereafter be conducted under he style and firm of ROBEBT F. WILLIAMS * :0., in the new Iron-front building corner OfCftfT ,nd Fourteenth (or Pearl) atreet. Tbanktal for the patronage ao liberally ag. snded me, I respectfully solicit a continuant! of he aaine to the new firm. ROBERT r. WILLIAMS. Mr. JOHN M. ROYaLL and K. W. ROYaLL onttnae wltb us, and will be pleased to aerrs Uttlf rlend* mh I? ta David b. clark (POBBSBLT WITB M. BLAIB 4 CoJ. JUMMISSION MERCHANT and MERCHaNDIS* hii OK KK Thirteenth atreet between' Main and Cary, Ricbbobd, Va. Uao repreaenU the house of Meeara Gbbttsb 4 Clabk, Commission Merchants and oblf Brokers. Norfolk, Va. [JbM-U) NC. READ, ? COMM188ION MERCHANT, Orrios: Sbocboi Fbobt. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, reapectfally solicits consignments of TOBACCO, SRalN. and other COD NTH I PRODUCE. ___J [J a ?t?3m] A. BACCv, nuami) wvavaa, *? mated to onr ears will reeelve ) i. 0. TALMAN, formerly n, and lata Tainan k Ha ?, and will be pleased to aorrt kit old and tks former patrons of tka two late tot* OB?s eorner BIsTsnth and Cnaal mm. M L. SHEPHERD A CO., Obiim*I ??Commission Merchants for tks solo of TO BACCO, WHEAT, LUMBER, As. All basin ess ?B. Bnstsd to onr ears will rseetva prompt attention. I Mr. A. 0. TaLMAN. formerly witk George W, M JIjTTkTTnt7tubaux)EX^ Lu CHANGE, RICHMOND, VA.. B BO EBBS AND COMMISSION MEHCHAB?* *or MHHH Ibasa and sale of LBAPANJ) M ABUFA^^^^H roBACCOb. Orders sollelUd. Liberal! made on eonalgnsaenls. Refer to A. ' President BaUonal Bank of virilaUP^H Tbobas, Jr., Esq.. RLsbmond, Va. i lpfl Mbssbboib 4 Co ., New fork; Messrs. Jobw^B k Tmubpsoh. Boston. S HORT AND DEFACED CUR RENCY taken at UNDBHUILL'S SH01 AND PAPIB C0LLA1 STORE, ' IN Bboad stbbbt, oobbbb of Tbibb* fob BOOTS, SHOES, PAPER COLLARS AMD CUFFS, LOOK AT OUB PRICES OF COLLAXfl AMB CUFFS: Oents' plain Byron or Oainrto, Ms. Ant Is kss, or Svs boBSs for Si. Ladies' plain Byron, Champion, or Osmts, Ms. par banck of tan. Ladles' suamslad or plain Cslk, tsveral sly Us, from Me. to 4*e. par bnnok of tan pair. Genu' enameled Reversible Cafe, aomalklBg new, es?. per baneb of ten pair. uU" " -WEl'JBRtaiiL. Cbablbs J. Obibbab, Salesman. THE IaAST CHANCB.?Fur**J* 1 want of CHINA. GLASSWARE, and HOUSE. FURNISHING Goois will only knrjj Itss at and and MOUSE """ "*???? jSft 0. yk Mi Fourteenth mora to supply tksmsalvee at a?4^H for CASH, as I shall doss my kaslnsss of Aprtl7 Coma one and all, MdH a^iSTYSivS;.fliaa gggy