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DAILY DISPATCH.
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YOL. XXX. RICHMOND, MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 25. 1867. NO. 223.
THE DISPATCH.
BY COWARDIN * F.LLYSON. ~
DAILY IHSPATCTO ladaUvCttttomfc*
f,TilM?r? i? l.V. i*r \riH?k, payahl* to th* car
rier vr^kiy iVT,itl?d *t $*> P*r auntim ; $8. AO
f>r *i* mouth*; 76c. i*r month for a shorter
SKMT wr.TlKLY DISPATCH at $4 p?r
a: num. or *2 .'?> fur i<i* month#.
The W I I- K 1 .V OISFATl'H at WporivBnnm.
S'KCIAL NOTICES.
n^: HOlIfcK AM) ITON PAINT1K6.-joii
yc i!K A. corner of Eighth and Grace
, i?. I k 1? *"* W Hform their friend* and th*
, ,iffc .n< ii v ' ..it they are still carrying on the
Hofsi **"' BtOJI PAINTING at their oM ?land,
gl tr, l I klad to r.ceiv* ordera for PAINTING
jn iown < f eoonUjf.
WAM-S WII1TKN ED or GOLO&BD. SIGN work
<lon? ne*Mjr.
W#wll J* work on KAsonablt terms, and give
pi|vonlbl^ tin*.
n,h S \m JOHN W. LEE h SON.
K WKKT H. MAVKT. JAMKS L. MATRT, j
mmr. wrookr.
?y It. ?l MAl'KY \ roM
(KHTABI.lnllltlt IX t*!*,)
BiNKUUi AND hKOKKM,
No. 1014 M?ln>tr?i<tl
fin* J houss below the post-offlce.
Kick ico* n, Ya.
gTERUNO FX llA.ViE, GOLD AND SILVER, |
BANK NOTES, STATE CITY, and
RAILROAD BON D8 and
STOCKS. Ac.,
bought and void on commission.
DEPOSITS RECEIVED and COLLECTIONS
y.tDK on all accessible points In the United
States. fe 7
? IT LEVY A(? Al \. ?The epidemic called
??I.EVY ON THE BRAIN" has spread even to^
i?! country,** li ?? following letter will show.
V. ,? are thankful ru reover, w* are glad? that the
j. y w?? su>u<-?ted, and that the result has Te
i ? .*d our siatemeat* :
Richmond, March 13, 1847. ?
yj'ssrf. Lfry Brothers :
Oenllemen,? As an old friend of yonr esteemed
fs!h t h*m1 nir*t ?xc< llet.t grandfather, 1 will give
ti .j a harfy sketch of a sad ard. for awhile, '
alarming affliction in iny family :
Some four weeks since my wife and daughter j
were bo'h completely prostrated by a disease
which baffled and deded the skill of our best phy
sician Doctor* Expediency, Temperance, and
Economy tried th- lr b.?i?t skill, but without sue
co-? Now, wa> I not in a fix? There was poor Sally
Aim (no! Vali-e* only tiro wee\s from her roar
ri age-day. We were in a fix. I looked At the pa
per?, read all the patent medicine remedies ; nono
s*emed tonnsirer the ca?e. But. at a happy mo.
went, old Mrs. Common Sense csine In, felt their
] ..??? And my purse, and shook her head and ex- j
c iim?d " Lordy Wnssy, It's nothing at all bnt '
? i.evy t n the Brain !' " So she gave us a preeorlp- |
t;.'U. Here it Is :
R PRESS PATTERNS,
HANDKERCHIEF'S. GLOVES. RIBBONS,
STOCKINGS, \c.. Jir., in quantities to suit
the occasion. C. S.
.V.
DtatcTlosa Use the preparation at once, and
hen repeat the medicine eve ry season.
Soon as we^ot it we -sent off to your excellent
establishment, where my folk* were charmed with j
the polite and attentive clerks. I examined my j
pur-e, and lo ! 1 found they had hardly touched its
contents.
I feel it a duty 1 owe to our fellow-rltizens of
District No. 1 to give you this, my testimonial of
the exceeding great etjhacy of your invaluable
remedies, and sul?"crlbe myself,
Your friend, J. C.
I w! : I send you M.m? of the wedding cake as soon
as -Jie ujn ! and water subsides, as we live nearly
ten n les from your enterprising hou^e. mh 19
WT SPRING coons.
CLOTHS, CASS. MERES, VESTING8.
J. E. DOHEKTT,
-- M.415 STKCKT, OPTOPITK Sol'TIIERS EXPRESS.
Th?> subscriber resjiectfnlly calls attention to
the large and varied stuck of tho latest styles of
10RFIGN ANI) DOMESTIC GOODS
rpenM thi* day. w hich he ha* selected from the
i.( rth.-rn tmrk* t* during (lie last week. Tlifl (foods
are hi' of approved ntk N, lipirb In I'jlt, ami can
be raeommended for strength of fabiic, tiaeneeaof
? int. iitv, as well as rotable colors.
)
ll.iv i! : all the facilities tiecefsury toa proper se
lectk t , purrhase, and manufacture, and with an
experience of twenty year" a? a
PRACTICAL MECHANIC,
he ask* an examination, promising to make all j
. irments In as go?.i siyle and just as low as they i
can b? obtained anywhere in the country.
Remember the b>st material and as cheapas
thev can be < btained is the motto.
mhl?-tApU J. E. D0HERT7.
*?- JOHN C. SII.VFER A. CO.,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
No. 1 Exchange Building, Fourteenth street,
RICHMOND, VA.,
would respectfully ask attention to their new
supply of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
consist. n* of Cloths, Cassiiueres, and Vet- tings of
the latest European importations, and most ap
proved and fashionable styles.
SHIRTS and COLLARS of the best make always
on hand. mh 15? 8m * j
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING.
J.OSCAR GOODEj Aif'
tJlU. HOUSE, RION, AND OKNa- cJIO.
mental painter,
No ?.16 1>h->ao kthkkt.
The subscriber t)?*K' iear.: to inform the citizens
rf Richui<>nd nd the public generally that he is
1 reps red t> execute w< ik in 'ho various branches
of painting, -'.'h as IloUSli an J 8IQ5. ORN'A
MK..IA.,, K".;>KR PAINTING, GILDING ON
i.L^SS, GL'.ZING. H*aj.L WHITENING, MAR
bLING and GSliflliO. it,, apon more reason
aM t irmi an t in as w< rkiuanl'.ke wanner a* any
o!ii?-r e?-ub;irhment in the cty.
He al-<? invit- the attention of the public to his ;
A>'Tl-COKKoMVE R"?'K PaINT, which is not to
be snrj. assed by any other known compound for
tic roofs. mbt ? lm
House and sign painting^
. RICHaRD D. MITCHELL, Twelfth street be
t ween 51* hi and Lank streets, bege leave to Inform
1,1- fr.. II i- inl . J. t)!;c generally that he has
commerced tii>- si ' s h \.'D mg* painting
t.u^inerB, and will h* glad to receive orders for
painting in ev?ry style.
WJiXIaM C. BA'IXKS, Kicn, Ornamental, and
Banner Painter, wilt a 1 ways be found at my shop
to receive ? rd<-ii> f? rail kinds of SIGN and HOUSE
J'AlN riNG a*id uLaZINo.
0(h ?d work warranted. Terms moderate,
mh 2? 3m K. I?. MITCHELL.
OUSE AM) 8IGN PAINTING.
L. L. MONTAGUE A SOW,
mra stkbkt, lk tw maiv akd cakt,
wlli bt pieascJ to receive orders from their friends
and the pnbllr generally for
HOUSE, SiGN. A A " ? RITA. MENTAL PAlNTIJIO
IN EVERY ftTTLE.
Oood work Kuaranteed Term* moderate.
Ac ?- U L. MOHTAOUB A SOU.
H
| M POKTAN T A N N O U NCEM KNT.
A LARGE STOCK OF GOLD AND SILVER
watches, musical boxes, silver
ware, JEWELRY, DOUDLE- BARREL
GUNS, REVOLVERS, DRY AND
FANCY GOODS, Ac., Ac.,
TO BE SOLD AT ONE DOLLAR EACH,
without r?K*?d to value. Not to be paid for until
you know what you are to receive.
THE PLAN OF SALE:
Certificates of all the articles, with beautifully
executed photograph", are placed in envelope#, and
?old for TWENTY-FIVE VESTS EACH. On re
ceipt of the??rtHJcate you will see what you are
to have, arid then it is at your option to send the
doLar and take the ar iclo or not, or you can have
some other of the saui-j mark in its stead.
Ceititicattk 2C cents c&ch ; five for *1 ; eleven for
fJ. Addretsall< rdere to HOLLAND A CO.,
No. 7s Main street, post-ufflce box Til, Richmond,
Va. ' mh t -lm
BLA< K < K< >OK ! BLACK CROOK ! !
PHOTOGRAPHS r.f thih celebrated sensation
I'H-ce, now being playe l w ith such success in New
York? a ar^r s -?oitmet t from original characters
In ,> ui< . h!m> the HISTORY of the same,
profusely Illustrated. Every one ?hduld read this
For PHOTOGRAPHIC and STEREOSCOPIC
VIEW'S < >' R1CHM im) and other localities,
wholesale and retail, osll on
LLDEN U CO., 5o ?W Main street,
mh ifc? lw nejft to corner of Plain.
mh 22
o / u k \ im s ii b ls mkan, c?ty
M * f Kruund, for ^1;%orTHA* * C?
. ii th
K
IKGVVOKM AM) TKTTBK cured
bj MUDX k VAKtt'B iMCIf IC. mh U
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
\v 1 1 iLI A M H . BKOVVN,
If GENERAL C<>MMU>S10N MERCHANT.
RICHMOND, Va
Offio*, ro*jf KR Thiatkrkth akd Cart rtaikta,
opposite his old 08 ce.
The subscriber. having returned from ihe South,
And It being the desire of a numberof Ma old co*
tomeisthat he shonll resume the COMMISSION
BUSINESS In this city, gives notice that bo Iim
tAken the office above described. and trill be glad
b> receive the consignments of hie former friend*
And iwron* And lite public generally. Ha re
turns his sincere thank* for their former kindness
and confidence. , ,, ,
He sol lei ta consignments of *11^ descriptions of
produce.
Instructions strictly compiled with, and settle
ment* prompt.
Dh ?? >m . WILLIAM H. BROWN.
"I \AVID B. CLARK
I " (Fo?mk?lt with M. Fi.atr&Co.),
COMMISSION MERCHANT and MERCHANDISE
BKOKRR
Thirteenth street between Main and Cary,
Riohmoup, Va.
Alao represent* the house of M?wn? Grfttkr &
Ci.arx, Commission Merchants and Ship
Brokers. Norfolk, Va.
{ Ja ts]
NC. READ,
? COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Officr: (iRncKoi Fhoxt,
RICH, M ON D, VIRGINIA,
respectfully solicit* consignments of TOBACCO,
GR\1N, and other COUNTRY PRODUCE.
(Ja 22 ? Im J
AL. SHEPHERD A CO., General
? Commlf* Ion Merchants for tho sale of TO
BACCO. WHEAT, LUMBER, Ac. All business en
trusted to oar eare will receive prompt attention.
Mr. A. O. TALM AN, formerly with 0?or<;? W.
Atkinson, And lata Talman & Harrih, Is associated
wHb as, and will be pleased to serve bis old
friends and the former patrons of the two late eon
eerne. Oflce corner Eleventh and Canal streets.
. J7 M
Mills a ryant, tobacco ex
CHiNOR, RICHMOND, Va.. BROKBRf
AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS for the pnr
ehaeeaud sale of LEA ? AND MANUFACTU K KI>
TOBACCOS Orders solicited. Liberal advance*
made on eonstgmaentA. Refer to A. F. Hautrt,
President National Bank of Virginia ; Jambp
Thomas, Jr., Esq.,] Richmond, Va. ; Messrs H.
Mkimrhokr & Co , New York ; Messrs. Jgrx?oii
A Tbosmow. Boston. Mass 1? U-~ t?
BUSINESS CARDS. _
I ESTABLISHED ia3i.
P. J. CREW & CO.,
(successors to C. Crew & Son,)
STEAM SOAP ANI) CANDLE MANUFACTURERS,
Nos. 113, 115, and 117, Seventeenth street,
oppoelte the Old Market, Kichmorid, Virginia,
have now in factory a large stock of superior
FAMILY SOAPS,
which we offer to the trade at such prices as will
make it to the interest of all to patronize this hom
manufactory. mh 11? *m
w.
G. WEBB ?fc CO.,
OLD DOMINION STBAM SOAP AND CANDLE
WORKS.
Head of Srvbhtkbmth strekt,
RICHMOND, VA.
Office, over Armintead & Cary, Coiutnerclal
Block, Cary street.
Constantly on hand, the various brands of oar
SOAP and TALLOW CANDLES. fett? to
Hill a reillvs ale depot,
No. TP2 BROAD STREET, OPPOSITE THEA
TRE.? Just received per steamer " Maryland" a
large lot of barrels, half barrels, and quarter bar
rels CLAGGETT'S CREaM aLE Also, per steamer
" Liverpool," nVi New York, fifty casks of OLD
ENGLISH BURTON aLES.
Families supplied with BOTTLED ALE by the
dozen, or DRAUGHT ALE bv the measure S-md
In your pitchers, and top-off after dinner with a
gla-sof FINE OLD ENGLISH aLE. fe 14-tw
JOHN J. OSBORN & CO.,cfh??
MANUFACTURERS AND DEAL-WM^
ERS IN CARRIAGES, HARNESS. AC., LaTHi^ re
moved theiri repository from Seventh street to No.
1314 MAIN STREET, nave on haid, of their owd
manufacture, a tine stock of PLE ASnk E CA K
KIaGES of ev-ry variety and description, to
which they invite the attention of t !?*? jai>nc.
le *.'2
1 > E M O V A L . ? HABLISTON ifc
IV BROTHER havirg bought the lar^e stock of
FURNITURE belonging to Messrs. French A
Cren>-haw, and leaded the s.ore recently occupied
by them, are now prepared, with LAKilE ADDI
TIONS TO THPIR BToCK, to supply all who mjtj
want FUBN1TUBB of ary kind. They will al
ways keep on hand the finest assortment in the
markot, and invite their friends to give them a
call at No. 90S Main street, corner of Ninth, up
stairs. fe 16
Rem ova lT?p ilk in ton, p ui7
LIAM A CO., AUCTIONEERS, KEALE-TATE
A'.ENTS, and COMMISSION MERCHANTS, (for
merly No. 3 Wall street,) have removed to the
large and commodious warerooms No. 18 Pearl
street.
Having large facilities for storsga, they r?spec?
fatlv solicit consignment* of manufactured and
le.ifTi?BAfJC<?, PLOUtt. WHEAT, CuRN. OATB.
and COUNTRY PRODUCE generally Thankful
for the liberal patronage bentowed upon the con
cern in the past, the> re*pectfaily solicit a con
tinuance of the same, pledging their beet eiforts
to afford satistaction to their patrons.
P1LKINT0N, PDLLIAM & CO.,
Auctioneers, Real Estate Agents, and
Commission Merchants, No. 18 pearl street,
fe 14? 1?
jriHIL DREN'S CARRIAGE FAC
Vy TORY, CORNER CARY AND FOURTH
STREETS, RICHMOND.? The most beautiful pat
ttirnx of CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES are raanarat
tared, and will be sold at northern prices.
A liberal discount to the trade.
Orders from all parts of the toantry promptly
tilled. Address
jy 21? ts WILLIAM FORBES. Proprietor.
J A M ES RIVER STEAM KKEW
W ERY-ALE, PORTER. AND LAGER BiSER?
We are prepared to furnish these article* at lower
prices and of as good quality as any, whether do*
niestic or imported
Orders can be left with A. Y. Stokks it Co., who
are our authorized agents for the sale of oar goods
In Richmond.
ja ? ? ts BETE. YUBNGL1NO k BEYER.
'TALBOTT A BK<*THEK,
l MANGFaCTUBEBS OF
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILLS, GKllsl MILLS,
H1DKADL1C PRESSED, ?o.,
are again In business, corn?r Oary and Seven
teenth streets. and are prepared to furnish
HICK8'S PATENT ENGINE, th>. greatest thing
now oat. Al?o, our Improved OSCILLaTIN 0 EN -
GINK, something very ?Stnpto ; and any other kind
of KNU1NE required. All perecna wishing *?
will do well to call and see them before purchas
ing elaewhere. au a*? It
I^OBaCOO FACTORY MACHINERY.
8CRBWS AND PEEKS ?8,
FLATTENING MILLS, &o., A o.,
Bad* And repaired In the un>st thorough andwoik*
manlike manner, and
WARRANTED TO GIVE SATISFACTION,
at the Work* of
TUB nNION MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Caai sTaaar, kblo w Fij?t**xth btkiht,
where
Mb. JOHN HANCOCK.
who baa been engaged expressly for ;hla work, will
be happy to aee hie old friends and customers,
tmony the oldeet and best TOBACCO MAN DFaC
TUREKS OF RICHMOND. mh L-ta
I
?IKST NATIONAL BANK,
No. 1217 SOOTH MAIN STREET,
Richmond, Va.
Specially designated by the Secretary of the
Treasury as DEPOSITORY for the safe-keeping of
PUBLIC FUNDS; I
and
FINANCIAL AGENT OF THE GOVERNMENT,
Accounts of Merchants, Banks, Bankers, and others
received on favorable terms.
COLLECTIONS made on any point in the United
States and Earope.
ISSUES, SIGHT, or TIMS BILLS, on BARING
BROTHERS A CO., LONDON,
to salt purchasers.
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES, VIRGINIA
REGISTERED STOCK, BONDS,
STERLING and GOLD,
purchasod and sold.
ORDERS EXECUTED on the usual margin.
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT Issued, with Inte
rest, when agreod upon.
EXCHANGE, on ail points, bought and sold.
Ja?? 1m S. A GLOVER; Cashier.
Nutmegs,
macb,
CLoVf8,
WHITE GINGER,
Rack ginger,
CINNAMON,
PEPPER,
ALLSPICE,
MDeTAKt),
for sale by PURCELL, LADD & CO.,
iah*> corner Thlrtot-nth and Main stMM*.
BRANDER A COOKE, Seooud and
Grace street*. have for tale
HOTTER. a few kega very superior:
FRESH HOP*, in Qmrtrr and naif - pound papers *
VIRGINIA HaM8, SIDES, and SHOULdEr, ; '
HA Y. bett northern :
CORN, OATS, and BKAN ;
POTATORY WoodESWaRE, &o. mh so
Notice of co-partnership
and REMOVAL ?Colonel LLOYD J. BEaLL
i? associated with me from this date anau?n?i*l
partner In the GROCERY and Ct'MMlbSlON BU
SINESS, which will hereafter be conducied under
the style and firm ol ROBERT F. \\ JLLlAMS ii
CO., in the new Iron- front building coruer of Car/
?nd Fourteenth (or Pearl) street.
Thankful for the patron**# so liberally ex
tended me, 1 respectfully eolielte continuance of
m.??u.u..o.??n.oB)(ljI r WILLUMS
Nr. JOH* M. BOYaLL and B. W. ROYaLL
con tin a# wife M, and wlil be pleased to
friends. *-??
Richmond Dispatch.
MONDAY MARCH 25, 1867.
Important Change* In the State Am?
h< NNiiirnt Lnrrs.
We have obtained an official copy of the
law recently pawed by the Legislature for
tho assessment of pro|>erty, and below we
note all tho changes made in the law pre
viously in force. It will bo seen that while
there are very few changes, some of them
are important. Wo note them in the order
in which they arc made in the act, as fol
lows : ,
REAL EHTATE EXEMPT.
Real estate belonging to public libraries
or theological seminaries is added to the
list of real estate exempt from taxation,
so that the section as umeuded now reads :
" All real estate used lor tho orection of
churches or for divine worship, and for a
parsonage, or for a public library, not ex
ceeding tiio quantity allowed by law to be
held for such purposes ; public burying
grounds, appropriated aud not for sale ; or
real estate belonging to any county, city,
or town, and used for public or cha
ritable purposes, aud not held or leased
out for profit ; or belonging to incor
porated colleges, and academies, and to
free soho^L, and theological semina
ries, i.nd used for college or school pur
poses; or to tho University of Virgi
nia ; to tho Virginia Military Institute;
to tho institution for the education of the
?leaf and dumb and the blind ; to the lu
natic asylums ; to orphan asylums; to the
Ladies' Mount Vernon Association ; exclu
sively to the Commonwealth ; armories be
longing to military organizations organized
by the laws of this State, ar.d uxad exclu
sively for military purposes; and all such
estate used exclusively for the safe-keep
ing of lire engines and for the meeting ol
lire companies, whether owned by a lire
company or by a city or town ? shall be ex.
empt from taxation : Provided, however,
That nothing herein contained shall be con
strued to exempt from taxation any lot or
building partially or wholly used as a resi
dence, or for any private purpose, except
as hereinbefore provided."
In a subsequent section, all the books,
apparatus, and furniture of public libraries
and theological seminaries is added to the
list of personal property exempt from tax
ation.
CAPITATION* TAX ON NEGROES.
The following addition is made in refer
ence to the capitation tax: "In entering
the names of male negroes, the commis
sioner shall state in whose employment
such negroes may be, if employed, or shall
otherwise describe their residence or em
ployment, so as to enable the officer col
lecting the taxes to identify the negroes
thus entered on tho books of the commis
sioner."
As material changes have been made in
the three following sections, we publish
them in full as they now stand :
COMPENSATION OF COMMISSIONERS.
" 77. Ever)' commissioner of the revenue
shall be entitled to receive, in considera
tion of his services, to be paid on or before
the 1st day of September, out of the trea
sury, upon the warrant of the Auditor of
Public Accounts, a commission of four per
ceut. on the amount of taxes lawfully
assessed by him on persons, on real and per
sonal property, income, and salaries, within
the preceding twelve months. But where
taxes assessed in any district in a county
exceed $20,000, the commission allowed on
the excess shall be only one and one-half
per cent.; ?nd where the said taxes as
sessed in any district in a town exceed
?16,000, the commission allowed on the
excess shall be only one and one-fourth
of one per cent.
" 78. The preceding section shall not
have the effect to reduce the compensation
to each of the commissioners of the coun
ties of Bath, Carroll, and Prince William,
and the corporation of Danville, below the
sum of one hundred and twenty-live dol
lars ; and each of the commissioners of the
counties of Grayson and Giles, and the
city of Williamsburg, below the sum of
one hundred dollars ; and the allowance to
any commissioner of any county not men
tioned in this section, now existing, or
which may be hereafter created, shall, at
the election of the commissioner, be the
commissions- allowed in the next preceding
section, or a specific allowance of two
hundred and fifty dollars. The Auditor
of Public Accounts shall also pay to the
several commissioners all postage advanced
by them iu the transmission of their books,
or any correspondence touching the duties
of their office, and a fee of ten cents for
each birth and death registered and re
turned by them."
SAVINGS BANKS AND INSURANCE COMPANIES.
' " 94. Savings banks and insurance com
panies incorporated by this State shall, in
July and January of each year, either de
clare a dividend of profits arising out of
the operations of such savings banks and
insurance companies for the six months
ending on the first day of July and January
next preceding, or determine their inability
to do so. If a dividend be declared of as
much as three per centum of its capital,
as herein defined, the said institution and
company shall cause a tax to be paid into
the treasury, and the same shall be retain
ed from the dividend on which it is pay
able. If there be no dividend, or if such
dividend be not as much as three per
j centum of such capital, as herein defined,
then such institution and such company
! shall pay into the treasury a tax on its
capital. For this purpose the capital
stock shall be held to consist of the
value of the assets held as capital and
money deposited. Between the 1st and
loth of July and January of each year
such institution and company shall certify
to the Auditor of Public Accounts, on the
oath of its chief accounting officer, the
amount of the dividend declared, if any,
and of its capital where no dividend has
beeu declared, and shall pay the tax herein
imposed into the treasury. The tax hereby
imposed on money deposited in such bank
may be retained by such bank from the de
positors. If any such institution or company
fail to make such report and pay such tax,
it shall be liable for the same, aud forfeit
not less than $500 nor more than $2,000."
TAX ON DIVIDENDS AND ON INTEREST TO BE
RETAINED AND PAID DIRECTLY I^TO THE
TREASURY.
The following sections are entirely new,
and are for the first time introduced into
our assessment laws t
"96. That in all cases in which it is not
otherwise expressly or differently pro
vided. persons or corporations who are
liable to pay a tax on the bonds of, or stock
or scrip of any description held in any in
corporated company in this State (inclu
ding counties, cities, and towns, and inter
nal improvement companies) , whether such
tax is payable on the capital or the inte
rcstf dividend or income from such capital
derived, such tax shall be retained and be
payable by the corporation or company ha
bit to the stock or bondholder, and shall
bi deducted from the dividend, Interest,
or income payable to such stock or bond
bolder. The tax shall bo paid into the
treasury by such corporation or company
in such manner, at such time, and tinder
such regulations as the Auditor of Public
Account* may prescribe.
"97. Each commissioner shall list and
report to the Auditor of Public Accounts
each corporation and company in his dis
trict referred to in the preceding section.
. " 9K. Where any incorporated company
or person is engaged in more than one bu
siness which is made by the provisions of
this act subject to taxation, such incorpo
rated company or person shall pay the tax
provided by law on each branch of its or
j his business."
TAX OX INTEREST ON* STATE STOCKS TO BE
RETAINED.
"?99. All taxes imposed on interest or in
come derived from registered bonds held
by citizens of this State shall be deducted
from the interest payable thereon to the
holder, in such manner and at such period
or periods of payment as the Auditor of
Public Accounts may prescribe.
"100. In regard to all stocks, scrip,
bonds, evidences of debt, or other subjects
of taxation whereon the tax is made pay
able under this act by the corporation or
company (including the State) liable to
the stock or bondholder, the commissioner
shall list the same in the name of the seve
ral stock or bondholders, to be entered in
a separate column, with a caption thereto
to the following effect : * Stock, bonds,
evidences of debt, etc., on which the tax
is payable by the company or corporation
liable to the stock or bondholder,' and no
tax shall be extended thereon.'"
These are all the changes made in the
law regulating the assessment of property.
LICENSE TAXKS.
The law in regard to the assessment and
collection of IJ^ense taxes has not been
amended, and the commissioners of the
revenue and the sheriffs will commence on
next Monday, the first day of April, to as
sess and collect the license taxes under
the old law. Mr. William F. Taylor,
Auditor of Public Accounts, will to-day
issue orders to this effect to his revenue
officers. As he relies upon the receipts
from licenses for a large portion of the
amount required to pay tho interest on
the public debt on the 1st of July, he can
not wait to see if tho Legislature may
change the tax on licenses when it reas
sembles in April, but must proceed at
once to make provision for maintaining the
credit of the State.
Auction Sales This Day .
GRUBBS A WILLIAMS will sell at 12 o'r'ock a
valuable lot on the north side of Main be
tween Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets.
QRDBBS ii WH.LIAMS will sell at half-pa?t 4
o'clock l wo brick and two framed dwellings, a
brick cottage, and a vacant lot, on Fonrt.li be
tween l>UTal IJaSer sueelS.
MAKRISON, GODDIN L APPERSON will fell at
lulf-past* o'clock a valuable lot on therorth
side of Franklin between Twenty-eighth and
Twenty-ninth streets.
SiAMPSON JONES, Jr., & CO.'S regular sale of!
groceries, wine*, liquors, &c., will take ]>lace
at the store No 5 Fifteenth street, commencing
at half past 10 o'clock A. M.
A. K. CROMP will sell at 11 o'clock, at the nigh
Constable's cilice, % lot of household furni tire, j
a tine Colt's revolver, one dray, one silver
watch, a small piano, and other metal articles,
to satisfy distresi warrants.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Body of a Gikl Found Dkad in* Hen*.
rico. ? Tlie neighborhood of Darby town
was very much startled on Saturday morn
ing by the finding of the corpse of a colored
girl on the Central or Darbytown road, about
three and a half miles below this city.
Suspicions of another foul murder were
entertained by all who saw the body. The J
clothes of the deceased were all oil'. Iler |
shoes were gone, and a diligent search j
failed to bring them forth. The ground I
around gave seeming evidence of a con.
siderable struggle. Justice Pleasants, act
ing coroner, immediately upon receiving !
the above information, ordered a jury to be
summoned. This body ? composed of the
following gentlemen : B. F. Dickinson,
James F. Bradley, M. Laughnane, J. R.
.Roper, Jr., Robert Bennett, George Prock
I ing ton, R. R. Pleasants, (j. P. Drinker, C.
H. A. Clay, A. Wiltz, J. II. Smith, and
John S. Becker? at once proceeded to the j
discharge of their duty.
The body was recognized as being that '
of Georgeanna Gritlin, about thirteen years
old, formerly a slave of Robert H. Sty 11, |
Esq., but recently in the employment of
Mr. George D. Pleasants. The testimony |
elicited from the witnesses went to show
that about a week since the deceased had
become gloomy and desj>ondent, had fre
quently walked out at night, that the night
before her death she had remained out
nearly the entire night. When remonstrated
with, she said thaf she had "got lost, and
when she found herself she was nearly a
mile from home." She was asked by one
of the witnesses why she walked out so
much. Her answer was that she " was
looking for Jesus, and she had to go wher
ever her mind led her." ller mental eon.
dition had so affected her physical that her
employers had given her medicine and told
her to keep her room, and for two days she
had remained there during the day, but
would get up and walk out at night ; that
on Friday night she had left about 7 o'clock,
and was missed during tho night ; but as
this had happened on previous occasions, no
notice was taken of it by her colored room
mates.
The jury, after hearing the evidence,
rendered a verdict "that the deceased, in
the unsettled condition of her mind, had
wandered from home, and came to her death
some time during the night from cold and
exposure."
The point at which the body was found
was just where the road to Currie's leaves
the main road. The surface of the ground
showed that before death there must have
been a violent struggle of tho deceased
when about expiring, and this idea is con
firmed by the fact that her clothes were
torn from her body. The garments, con
siderably torn, were near the body, and
partly entangled about the feet. There
were no marks of violence about the body,
so that the idea entertained at first of foul
play was not considered by the jury, and
not proven by the testimony. The deceased
was inclined to mental aberration, and had
a spell similar to that which has now ter
minated in he^death about a year ago.
The body was taken in charge by J ustice
Pleasants, and buried on his place yester
day afternoon.
Ne<;ro Badly Cut. ? An affray occurred
in Hog alley yesterday afternoon at 5
o'clock between Abner Booker aud Eliza
Robinson, negroes, in which the former was
badly cut across the face with a razor. He
was drunk, and was making improper ad
vances towards tho woman, which was the
prime cause of the difficulty. She was
arrested and carried to the first station
house.
Quitk another Max.? We need hardly
say that John J. Wilson the pickpocket,
noticed in our columns Saturday, is not
John J. Wilson the well.known commission
merchant of tbU city*
| Appointment* bt Board op Public
Works. At a meeting of the B mrd of
Public Works on Saturday, Alexander R.
Holladay, Thorn** W. McCance, and
James M. Spiller were appointed the
proxies of the State in the called meeting
of the James Kiver and Kanawha Com
pany to be held in this city on Wed
nesday next. They also appointed Lewis
D. Crenshaw and Franklin Stearns, of Rich
mond ; 'Ambrose B. R ticker, of Lynch
burg ; and John Letcher, of Lexington,
directors on the part of the State in this
company. I
Ron bert and Arrest. ? Mr. R. T.
Gwathmey's stable, in Chesterfield county,
was entered one night last week, and a
horse, mule, and wagon, together with
thirty bushels of corn, stolen. A man
named John K. Porter came to town on
Saturday with the stolen property, and
after selling the corn, put the horse, mule,
and wagon at Laughlin's stable, on Eigh
teenth street. They were found there, and
identified afterwards by Mr. Gwatbmey.
Porter was subsequently arrested.
Mayor's Court? Mayor Mayo presi
ding ? Saturday Morning. ? William Bad
kin*, an old, hoary-hcaded man, for being
drunk and disorderly, was committed in
default of surety.
Thomas H. Bramlette, white, and Joe
Cox, negro, charged with fighting on Mrs.
Totty's lot, on Adams street, were dis
charged. In this case there was a num
ber of witnesses sufficient to cost tho city
about twenty dollars.
Terry Pepper, fyr stealing a pair of shoes
from Oscar Lee, was sent on to answer in
dictment.
George Tripp, negro, and former peni.
tentiary convict, was arraigned for stealing
old iron, and sent on to aiiHwerindictment.
Having been sent to the penitentiary, he
could not be sent on for felony.
John Burns, for selling liquor without a
license, was fined twenty dollars, and re
quired to give security for his future good
behavior.
A Somersault axo a Hard Fall. ? On
Saturday, as Mr. Wellington Haley, driver
for Mr. John Lindsay, butcher in the First
Market, was driving his wagon rapidly
down Tenth street, when near the corner
of Cary, by some mishap tho front spring
broke or became misplaced, letting the
wagon body down on the axletree. The
jar threw the driver from his- seat, and he
fell out into the street, the upper portion
of the back, just between the shoulders,
striking first. Although the fall was a
very severe one, Mr. Haley immediately
jumped into his wagon and drove off.
Police Headquarters.?' The following
arrests were reported yesterday and the
day before :
Virginia Wright and Rosa Nelson, foras
saulting and beating Mildred Smith, ne
gress.
John K. Porter, for stealing one horse,
duo mule, and one wagon, valued at S3U0,
from lv. Temple Gwathmey, of Chester
field.
George Shillings, for assaulting and beat
ing .
John Anderson, John Ilennessy, and
John W. Williamson, soldiers, lor being
drunk ami creating a disturbance at Par
ker's opera house.
Christopher Hefieron, for assaulting and
beating his wife.
Dennis O'Brien, for assaulting and beat
ing Christopher llefferon.
John Banks, negro, for drawing a knife
with intent to use the same, and creating
a disturbance in the house of Richard Ni
cholas.
Cleansing the Streets and Alleys.?
The Commissioners of Streets held a meet
ing on Saturday afternoon to consider the
bids for cleansing the streets and public
alleys in the city. The contract wasgiven
to F. Laube, who is to do tho work lor
$13,300.
CmcKKV-RoosT RonnKD. ? Tho chicken
roost of Mr. Wilkinson, who lives on Adams
street, was invaded on Friday night, and
every chickcn stolen.
Citt Railway .? By reference to an ad
vertisement elsewhere in to-day's paper j
stockholders in the city railway will read
something of interest to them. Those who
own the old stock are required to report
the number of shares held by them, and
exhibit the necessary evidences of their
titles. There is a two- fold object in this ;
the first is to reduce the number of shares
of the old stock ; and the second, to find
out who are the holders of the certificates.
This latter is rendered necessary from the
fact that the books of the company were
all destroyed in the fire of the 3d or April,
1863. Where the scrip has been destroyed,
a certificate of publication in a newspaper
will be necessary to euable the holder to
prove his right to it.
No Sun. ? Persons who have been look
ing out for the sun ? a sort of skyward
hope we have given up ? say it has not
shone upon us for certainly a week ? possi
bly ten days. The period has been
gloomy euough. A more mirky, watery
atmosphere was never known in' England.
It is very trying. The earth seems a dirty,
miry, oozy ball. Mud very much prevails,
and every thing is hued over with its
stains. The waters are milch mixed with
it, and people, without the intervention of
the S. S. bill? whatever the Km/uirtr may
think? are all unhappy "dirt-eaters"! It
is a day of gloom? gloom that is wetted
down : very heavy and insupportable.
What a time for suicides! and yet we have
none. What other people could staud
such weather and not one be driven to
self-destruction ?
Plant the Flowers. ? The beauty and
attractiveness of Richmond iu times past
was not in magnificence of architecture
and palatial private residences, but in
something much simpler, and still attaina
ble by our impoverished and oppressed
people ? viz., the adornment of their
grounds with tastefully. arranged flowers
and shrubbery. There are evident causes
for the neglect of embellishment and care
lessness as to appearances for the past
five or six years. But this should now
cease, and all should strive to bring back
cl^erfulness to their homes. The effort
alone will do a great deal of good. Out
door exercise is conducive to heaith of
mind as well as body ; and much of the
gloom which has been hanging over us will
disappear if we can occupy ourselves with
our flowers in the bright spring days that
are coming. Fortunately, ours is not a
crowded city, and a majority of dwelling
houses have larger or smaller yards in front
or at the side. Those, even, who have only
a few square feet may derive much enjoy
ment from the cultivation of well-selected
flowers which do not require much space.
Let every one who can, plant something,
and let the warm days find everybody busy
in their yards and gardens.
Mr. Joun Gr.kmb, Jr., formerly of this
city, has gone iuto business in New York
with Mr. J. S. Thrasher, who is engaged in
furnishing printers', stationers', and bind
ers' supplies at No. 62 John street. Mr.
Giajrne is well' known in Richmond, his
native city, and had before his recent re
moval to New York been conuected, first,
for many years, with the press as commer.
cUl and newi editor, and afterward* m
telegraphic agerft tor Richmond. By hi*
intelligence and reliability, and his aniform
courtesy and accommodating spirit in his
intercourse, professional and social, be
commanded alike the confidence and
esteem of those who knew him. We earn
estly recommend him to those who hare
any commands in the line 'of business con
ducted by the establishment with which
he is associated.
A Pavqerous Holk in the pavement at
the southwest corner of Bank and Twelfth
streets, caused by the washing away of a
portion of the street culvert, should re
ceive the immediate attention of the au
thorities, or we shall be called on to record
that somebody has broken his neck in it.
Bishop Socle. ? Accurate likenesses of
this distinguished divine aro about to be
published, and can bo obtained in this city
in a few days.
The Executive Committee of Holly
wood Bazaar will meet at Mr. Lewis
Webb's on Monday, March 25, at 1 P. M.
Thakks for Pafeiw. ? To Turner; to
Mr. Welch, Southern Express Company.
Biehnioud Tobacco Market.
Touacco Exchange, )
Richmond, Va., March 23, 1867. ?
Wo report the brcaks^ull to-day. No
change to note In prices. Below we give
the transactions : 68 hogsheads, 6 tierces,
and 18 boxes sold at the Exchange, and 18
parccls looso tobacco sold at Shockoe
warehouse, as follows :
Lxi'js. ? Manufacturing, common to good,
^3 to $7; manufacturing, sun-cured, 910
to .$15 ; shipping, common to good, $3
to 86.50.
Leaf. ? Manufacturing, common to good,
$8 to $18; manufacturing, fancy common,
$20 to $30 ; fancy wrappers, medium to
tine, $35 to $100.
The Executive Committee of the Hollywood
Bazaab beg to return their most grateful thanks
for the following contribution* :
To Mrs. Lowe, Mr*. 8muh, Mrs. Hal), Mrs. Fish,
Mi?ses Hansell, Hall, and Macon, of Oglethorpe,
Georgia, and the patriotic ladies and gentlemen of
Montezuma, we are Indebted for the handsome do
nation of $228. Also, received through Mr*. Brown
and Mrs. Rockwell, trom the people of Barnes
ville, $20 ; and through Mrs. Fort, from the people
of Rfme and an unknown friend, $15.25.
From Mrs. James D. Bullock, Liverpool, two
boxes handxome fancy articles.
From Baltimore, one box fancy articles.
Through Mrs. James Thomas, from Gaddsss St
Brother, Baltimore, one handsome monument.
Through Mrs. T. Kills, from ladies in Baltimore,
<40.
Through Sirs. Robert Ould, contributions to the
Amount of $150; and from Mrs. Kelly one box
fancy goods.
Through Mi?s Nicholas, from Major William
Farguson, one piece fine cambric.
From Mr. John F. Kegnault, the making of three
cofa cushions.
From Mr. John Page, the making of two pair
toilet slippers.
From Mr. Cohn, the making of one pair toilet
supers.
From Mr. Robert Richardson, one pair ottomans.
From Mr. William Mayo, thirty-six bags tobacco.
From Mrs. General Archibald Oracle, N. Y., one
^having cane.
Through Mrs. Rahm, from Reeve & Mayo, mate*
rial for a large fruit cake.
From Mr. William Cameron, Petersburg, $50.
From Mrs. William Cameron, Petersburg, two
emu in it* and one wonted toilet set.
From Mr. Keesee, Richmond, one bag flour.
Through Miss A. Graves, Baltimore, two needle
cases, two note books, one set dress trimmings.
Through Mrs. Barton, from Mr. Louis Bossleux,
one dozen cornucopias and thirteen boxes various
sweetmeats.
From Mr. B. F. Ficklin, through Mrs. James Ly
ons, one bag coffee.
Through Mis*Sp#nce, from G. G. Thomson, $5.
From J . B. Davis, $5, and J. J. Davis, $5.
From Mllteldorfer k Co., $10.
From W. H. Gossage, $5.
From William Wilkins k Co., $24.
From Richardson k Co., New York, ten volumes
poem*.
Ihrough Mil's Myers, from Mltteldorfer & Co. ,
one box fancy articles.
Through Miss Myers, several articles dry goods.
Through Mrs. Sernmes, from Mrs. George Chap
man, Alabama one mat.
From Miss Evans, twelve volumes novels.
From Mrs. Towns, through Mrs. Bredell, of Mis
souri, $102.
Through Mrs. Towns, from B. Hart, New York,
one liiiuor case and one photograph album.
MARINE INTELLIGENCE.
~ MINIATURE ALMANAC? Mabch 25, U91. "
Kan rises 5.611 Moon rises 11.
Sun rinta 6 06 I High tide, A. M ... 7.44
PORT OF RICHMOND. Ma*ch 23 and 24, 1(17.
ABBIVED.
Steamer Washington, Chichester, New York,
merchandise and p<t*?t?pger?, W. P. Porter.
bteemer John (?ylvest^r, Gilford, Norfolk, mer
chandise and passengers, L. B. Tatum.
BAILED.
Steamer Albemarle, Bourne, New York, mer
chandise and passengers, 6. Ayres & Co.
Steamer Saratoga, King, New York, merchan
dise and pasxengers, G. 1>. Watson.
Steamer State of Maryland, Tra vers, Baltimore,
merchandise and passengers, D it W. Carrie.
Schooner Roxanna, Frank, Pamunkey river, to |
load for McKowan ft Curtis.
fcchooner H O. I ly, McAllister, Philadelphia,
lumber, McKowan k Curtis.
Schooner Armada, Hramberger, Baltimore, pig
Iron, McKowan k Curtis.
fachooner rvuuuel Unman, Kelly, Washington,
D. C.? stone. Rogers k Crowell.
Schooner C. K. Page Frlnk, Baltimore, light.
Schooner J. L. Newton, Rich, Baltimore, light.
MEMOBAODA.
Philadelphia, March 22 ? Cleared, steamship
Bosphorus (Br ), Alex nder, for Norfolk, where
? h? will load for Ltvrpool. Arrived, schooner
John Stroup, Nvwell, from Richmond.
hchooner G. W. Glover. . from Rockland
for Richmond, put Into Newport on the >lst in
stant.
Tkedemam Wobbs, l
Richmond, February >7, l*#7. (
NOTTCE.? The firm of J. R. AN
HEREON k CO. ie this day dissolved by com
mon consent, and l>s name will only be used in
settlement of lte affaire.
The business heretofore conducted by uaatthe
Tredegar Works Is transferred to the " TREDEGAR
COMPANY."
The operations of the works will be continued
without Intermission and with increased facilities
under the present management by our successors,
by whom all unfinished orders and contracts on
our books will be promptly executed.
We commend the new company to oar old pa
trons. J. K. ANDKRbON.
JOHN F. TAW ft IB,
ROBERT ARCHER,
R. K. ARCHER,
ARCHER ANDERSON.
Tredioak Wobbs, Richmond. Va.,1
February 27, 1M7. J
THE "TREDEGAR COMPANY,"
having purchased the Tredegar Works and
Armory Rolling Mill, and the mannfactaring bu*
slness of Messrs. J. R. Anderson 4 Co. , has this
day organized.
This Company will oonttnue to produce all the
articles heretofore made at these works, to wit :
in tub aoLLiao hills:
Bar and Guide Iron,
Railroad, 8blp, and Cut Splkee ;
Rolled Chairs, Nails,
Bridge Bolts.
IK THE roCSDBIES AND MACHINE SHOFS :
Cars, freight and baggage ;
Railroad Wheels and Axis*, fitted or separate ;
Chilled Tlree ;?
Railroad Trucks, complete ;
Stationary and Portable Engines, for saw mills
and plantation purposes ;
Marine Engines of all slassee ;
Sugar Mills and 8aw Mills ;
Boilers? lue, locomotive, and cylinder;
Castings of Iron and Brass, Including the largest
descriptions made;
Mill and Steamboat Shafts of the heaviest clay
la addition, It will at onee commence the manu
facture of Rails.
J. K. ANDERSON, President.
J. P Tanneb. Vice-President. mh Win
T RATHER. LBATHKR.-2W~Tide?
\J Good and Good Damaged B. A. and Orinoco
Lea'her for nale by
mh II ROBERT t ?"LLlAMSfcCO.
/GENUINE HONEY AND GLYCK
?Utu IUU t>IWl| Off will 1MB** iMim
THE DISPATCH.
TERMS Or ADVUiatEMQl
?????, OM IflMtrtlufi . $ ? 7ft
UM?4?ar?, two taaartioaa . 1 ff
X* 5tv*. ifcm InarrtioM 1 Tft
lotions
??o
V/*S MlBUf, On? moil tn 1<> 00
8SSS5S 5* M ,0
JS52955J55 LIQUORS, too.
t'urre a MArK^
JTiriL, twe ty -flvH b\rr i. of n?; *??,,, JL
b<#rd MboOMf ? !***, and 4*Hf
Pcborner IrUMI Hatch, with LtHI anii IftVn
POTATOES. U now do* ?nd daily U*U4 tOf
twenty-Are Varrols of C1DRR V iMEQag aadflfiy
barrel" of Btltloort Ff PR on bud, and win
be told low to ?1om eoosAfii merle.
mh U B. WABPWBLL.
Four hogsheads * jowles,
10 hngehea.ts C. B. 8TDM, I hogsheads
8HOUL0KR8, k boxes gUdAB-CUBID HAMS,
J at t reef I ved and for sale by
mh U-it OgQRQgl. H1RBIHQ k CO.
T?IFTY BAGS RIO OOFFBB, 40 bag*
r L ftOU A YRA COFFttl. 1M barrele refined and
BR^WN hUOAR, for ?ale br
rah li- ? UEUMOB 1. HRRRIJO ACQ.
\fOLAS8E8 AND SYRUP.?
iTi hotheads MOLASSES, M barrel* SYRUP, for
?ale low to clou*.
mh u ?t QRORQl I. H1RR1MQ k CO.
pXTKA AND 8UPKRFINK FLOUB,
?J on consignment .J vat received ; for Ml* by
?.k ? "PALMER, HARiS *>K k CO.,
mhn ro.?rteop'h rtr?t.
-100 hweta VIRGINIA
FLOUR. IM barren HT-'REWaLL FAMILY,
Kiehmond nep**?l?n; S-. barrel. Mofttt BOirf
FAMILY, Richmond loapectl n
mh 23? ?t a. YSTOKISACO.
HERRINGS, HKR KINGS ? 100 bar
rels Mo. 1 HALIFAX HRKKINOtt.
m hja A. Y. STORES k CO.
ORTii CAROLINA HERRINGS.?
. so barrels NORTH CAROLINA HRRRIWQS.
mh 33 A. Y. STOKES k CO.
SUNDRIES.
10 hogsheade prime new crop CUBA IUQAB,
IS barrels choice MOLA^HgS,
to ban-eU PoKTLAftD SYRUP, ?
160 bags prim* KIo,. LAuUaYBA, and JAVA
COPFRg,
90 half che>U IX TBI FIN I QBIE5 and
BLACK TKa8,
15 ho/abeads prime BACON? Sides and Bhol
ders ;
ISO barrels Vo, 1 HBRRIN08.
SO half barrels SHA D, for sale by
BLLRTT * BOYSTIB,
Commission Merehints,
mh n corner TwelTh and fary atresia.
ANGER'S OLD RYK WHISKY?
warranted pure and j<enatn*~Jast received
ana for sale br STEVENS k PEUKaM,
mh '2 <11 Hroad street.
Virginia-cured hams, of boat
quality, for sale low to elo?e consignment.
STEVENS k PfcOKAH.
mh 22 Alt Broed street.
IjUGHT HOGSHEADS BACON just
J received and for ssle br
mh 22 -St A KM1STRAP k GABY.
SOAPS, SOAPS.? Various qualities
and brands for sale be
mh IS ROBERT F. WILLIAMS k CO.
BACON SIDES on consignment for
sale by
tub 21 PALMER, HARTSOOB k CO.
N1
H
N
JOTICK.
J. B. D0U0LAS8
has remored from >31 Main straet to
NINTH BET WEEN MAIN AND BANK 8TBBIT8,
m
where he will be pleased to so* his customers
and all others who desire to porcb*s*
the very finest
GROCERIES,
TEAS, and
. LIQUOES,
at aa low prices aa at any bona* In the city.
If. B.? I have as my asalsUnt Mr. Bobibt Hits,
formerly a partner of Mr. Walter D. Blair.
FOB KENT, to J cm 1, 1*?7, the HOUSE which I
formerly occupied, 321 Main street. mh 29? Ith
Receiving and in store.
100 barrels KBFINPD 8U0ARH,
10 hog?h?ads CUBA and DLMERARA |U
l.AKS, a
75 bags Kl<> and LAOUA YRA COFFEE, m
60 barrels SY RUP and MOLAS8E8,
loo boxes SOAP,
10 gro-s T?>1I.ET S?AP.
loo boxes ADAMANTINE and T A L L O W
CANI>LSS,
10 bigs PEPPBR and PIMENTO,
50 boxes ASSORTED CANDY,
15,0" > CIGaR8,
10 hogsheads BACON? *Mee and Shoaidera ;
5 tierces HrrOAR-CURED HAMS,
0o dozen BUCKET*,
30 rolls R.'l'E,
Bl CARB. SODA. CIIEENK
TEAS, MATCHES, BRO"M8, Ac., Ac.,
to wblcb we ask tlie attention of ihe trade.
mliHo JOHNSON * HUNTT.
PRIME BUTTER AND BACON.? I
A recnive-1 by steam-r to-day a few pack aires of
very fine BUTTER. Also, a lot of superior 8UQaR*
CURED 1UMS and BREanT PlKCgft, iii.all alia,
soluble for family use. Pl?a?e call and >?e lux
yourselrea. L. T. CH AN DLKR.
mh 2o Franklin street. Wo. 1*07, Old M argot.
BUTTKR. ? Twenty ki'tfs prime
rj LA DEE BUTTER dally expected to arrive,
for-aleby CHaPLEj* HOWARD,
mh ?o ^ o l Fifteenth j^lreet.
FOR SALE. ? Just received in store:
51 barrels LABkaD?>R H KRR1M09,
50 barrels gross BaY I HERRINGS,
60 barrels shore Ba T HERRINUH,
100 hall barrels CUT HBHRINQ8.
CHRISTIAN. LSA ft CO.,
mh 19? lw 1?2I Main etreet.
Flour, FLOUR.- 100 barrel*
Honew*li Extra Floor, 50 barrela Stonewall
Family Flour, for sale bv
CHARI.ES HOWARD,
mh U No. * Fifteenth street.
pOFFEKS, (X)FFEES.- 150 baM~ifair
\J to choice Hlo Coffee, 5o bags cbolce lajtnayra
Coffee, 6o mats and bags choice Old Oovermaaol
Jara Coffee, 25 mate Imitation Java Coffee, for
sale by
mh IS ROBERT F WILLIAMS ft CO.
PEAS, TEAS? GUNPOWDBB, IM%
JL PBRiaL, ? V i. u hk Hy?on and Oolong
Teas of various grades ; amongst whleh are aoma
of the finest qualities Imported into this coantry;
for sale by
mh 15 ROBERT P. WILLUHj ft CO.
Mackerel, mackerel.? soo
barrels No. 1 Halifax Herrings, ft barrel*
No. 1 Mackerel. 25 barrela No 1 Mackerel, 1M kite
Noe. 1 and J Msckeral, daily expected to arrive 4|.
rect from Nova bcotls ; for sale on sonaliinapent by
mh 15 ROB SET F. W 1LI.1 A 1? A CO. '
f^HEESE, CH EESE.? 25 boxee prime
\J I. D. Cheeee, l< boxes prime Factory Cbeeea,
for sale by ROBERT f. WiLLUMS ft CO.
_mh II
SUGARS.? 70 barrels BROWN aud
O REFINED HU'iAK, all gradee.
MOLA88ES.? Superior MttoC VaDO MOLAMES,
In barrels ; MERCH a NTS' 8% RUP. In barrela.
For sale toy UORDON ft CRlN 0 AN .
mh 15 Pearl Bloak.
VfOLAHSES AND SYRUPS. ? Fifty
iri barrels choice Porto Rico Molassee. ifty bar*
rels eoauaou Molas?ee and *
mh If ROBERT F- wILLIaMS ft CO.
Rice.? prime new Carolina
RICE.
COFFBE. Prime RIO, LAOUATRA, and OLD 00.
VBRNMENT JAVA COFFEE.
For aale by GORDON ft CR1N0AIV.
mh 15 Pearl Block.
SUGARS, SUGARS.? 20 hogaheada
H good to choice new crop Porto Rleo and Cuba
Sugar*. 50 barrels good to choice new atop Porto
Rico and Cuba Sugars, ?o barrel* common Reload
Sugars, loo barrela Crashed, Powdered, ft, i?
Extra o, and C Coffee Sugars, for sal* by .
mh 15 ^ ROBERT I. WlLllAllI ft OO,
T EE'S ENGLISH SODA.? Fifty k?gs
JLt for sale by ......
mh f ts WAOOONIH A HARVEY.
Brooms.? Fifty dozen Virginia*
MADE BROOMS or consignment and for eala
low by [tub 1>] E. A S MTOkTHAM ft OO.
JAPANESE TEA.? Juat received at
the tea store, 7*1 Main street, a lot of an parlor
JAPANESE TEA, vbjak makea my aeaortmeci
now complete, consisting of Gunpowder, [?*??
rial, Young Hysoo, Oolong, Ingllak BraakfbaL
and Jap?nw*e. The attention of famlllee Is oalled
to tble establlehmenl, aa tkay are aara of getting *
etf&fns* ?}.
fa 1? te alx doora above ByotewooA Motel
FAMILY FLOUR oa oonaigameot
and for sale by
PaLMIE, BABTtOOK ft CO.,
fa SI Fourteenth street.
PKR STKAMJBR FBOM
O BALTIMORE and NEW TOBJC 1
? bags prime RIO COFFftE.
DEES* utS'ST^' MEAETS.EHOOL
lasswiMRUtfUttu. :
?^vmer
Tift.
ftnd. all oikar g<
fat*
1 eheate TXT tne Nl*A0* TMs
I efteete rat:
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