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XESDAY APRIL 24, 1867. ,iu I iM-otuifrr Itrtnffn Citizens In I'liinhiirt niifh Kxrlifnifni. l:,t? ,im' i \? itcmcnt was caused yoatcr hv I lie threatened collision of two ?wn ?;tizens, and a consequent en ? ; in d? a Uy . ombat. M,. Ret ben I, t i. President of the First National l>i k ?>i litis city, called at the grocerv Me e ot Messrs. Kaine \ Jackson, Old Iabout 12 o'clock M. yesterday, and : an interview with James W.'jack s the firm, to ascertain tho truth ' ce: tain statements reported to have ! *en 111 ? ie by Mi. Jackson relative to some e^s connection or transaction of Mr. k.ig.aid. Mr. Jackson disclaimed such u'nstje as Was imputed to hint, and the terview wa> ?>n the point of closing in a asant manner, when Mr. Charles A. . a. Kson approached the gentlemen and i RO,ue remark which irritated Mr. el tnd to the point of apply ing an epithet m. Mr. J ones \V. Jackson dealt Mr. ! a sever.- blow about the mouth, ? '?oed the latter to the lloor and cut wd the llesh. He was siihse Mrut k by At i. Charles A. Jack who made some remark about the ct previously applied to him. Here v' "1 i? d t? mporas il\, but M r it.d notilied Mr. James W. Jackson l.e should attack him on their lust M I o'clock in the afternoon Mr. I c .; ! ,S res lenee, armed %vjj|t a or. . s .>? gnu, and jumpirig into ?u drove dow u Sycamore street towards the stole of Messrs. .v .i \ kson. He was accompanied '. A. J. Ulick, who, it appears, was ly ignorant of Mr. Kaglaud's intcu. I?entlettten who had heard of Mr. ' ;i\ warning to Mr. J t kson, and it he was a man o| his word, on i driving down the street w ith a > possess ion, feared that he was of resenting the insult that lb-red his petsn, and at once ' ' 'he circumstance to > 'it and M iyor Collier. Ttiese led down in Hie anticipated as rapidly as ptssible.' ? '' ? t 1 at the foot of Svcu ? t .is Mr. K tgland was get. - ; "-'ay. Mr. Wick, with ??? md Mi. II igland, held n the gun, and was endea ; ' .a! gentleman from any . g i:t the premises. Mr. i the sttt render of the M;. ii igland readily ac . md on ti.e advice of the officer ? ?? ? retired into tiie store ot the - K .1, at t ne ( orner. in time tlie Messrs. Jaekson i a. ross the street in the dircc 1. igl.in !, each armed with a re ? ' cr 1'cterson met them, und ? :;i to return to the store and : n t any act by which the public . t be broken. Fortunately, no .s done, because a meeting be. 1 en tie- parties was prevented. Some . pa ed between Mr. Charles A. Jack al. i Lieutenant Tosch, during which '"'?!! : d his pistol at the latter. . 11. M. Paine, who was standing near, | ? ??it w i ap.ri up, and had the tip ' is nose carried ofr by the ball. ;i s wire very close together, w< re at <>n. e scj arated. ? ? -i: loom was etowded during the '?> t'el the most intense interest '<-*t< i by the uudicnee. The e.\ :i elicited considerable feeling at - whit h the Mayor promptly checked. ? if ?. "i K igland was required to Ity in the - nit of $2,000 to keep r twelve mouths. D'Arcy 1'aul, [., entered as his security. J s U . .! n .s in g ive bond in the I w it ii Mr. Paul as security, :eep the peace for twelve months. ? " '? :t Mdl'.vaiue went security for u i<-s A. Jackson for the same ?tint and for the same time. i j '-st ot Mr. ib iben Pagland, . 'J tverly P igland, was required to ?r 1, and he and Mr. Mcll. <e went his security. tir. in t o:i?equence of the posi * ? ] artics concerned, was the i c i ii in < ? it t everywhere on the afternoon and at night, and of recent occurrence seems to used so deep an excitement. H is understood ihit the diffi ol its oi.gin in the recent seizure of it is city by the collector of this ms msi.i Cask-?A Woman seeks i.i op Hkr Child.? A lew .. '.i \\i?l' w u? ll kuown in Peters ... vi< inity, and connected with the t.?! .<? families of Virginia, left i with an infant two or tliree ? .. was accompanied by a n .rse, who wa? paid to assist in ae i*a ccrta.'i etui?lh.it end, the - ? "I the child. They atiivcd in ? <;, w in-rc the girl, appateutly un ' t hi . use an accomplice in the 1 de.-d p:'.i]?(?.>ed by the mother, 1 y ami did not return, though . ! ? 11 paid in advance tor her ser .; 1.1 iy took the train for Peters, ?wo . three days since, and arriving ; avored to hire a colored giil ny out her put pose. It was her >: j to have the child left at house of one of our well-known !?%, whoSC address she had. The secndly gave information of the instances to the police, and the mat was taken under adviseuient. Tho a on the southern train at the time, i h pod t*> have left the infant at the in lion at a moment too late for ; tii'ni I to her. She was visited > b: 'iiu dsoii and Leath, as also i : I'm in whom she designed to make ?iw:. ng guardian of the child ; but i;* g the protestations of the in r, the latter knew nothing of her. w.i> ci.iently something wrong in ? prein -? ?>, and oliicer Leath was de . to accompany her as far as Weldon ? that no injury was done tlie infant. ? > :e sin- disclosed her story?a sad story .deed -wherein shame and affection vse?o i.U-iidfl and ruin accomplished. Oh! cruel mm, and deceitful. Alas! frail w man. We w ithhold names at present.? l'>4>n>burtj K.rjirtss. I'ol ITi'c.U. SfKU HfcS AT Cll ARI.OTTKS ,m ... Aeeordiutr to previous appoint, iit.a large number of colored persons ii. led at the itelavan Hospital at half. ; -11 o'clock yesterday to interchange Meal opinions with gentlemen invited re t" iddrcss them. Mr. William F. Ion m ide an address, in which ho i/.vd out to the coloted race tho iden ?> "f in:? rest t! at t \i -t? d between them a d the white race. He spoke for an hour ; ? 1 i half, and his audience were atten t.vi- and respectful. The speech was a capital one. !!? was Id lowed by Colonel T.J. Ran doj, .ij a i,i i, i speech. Fairfax Taylor, < - ? d, t i<n spoke, and was followed by Lev. > ?< ho.as iLckmoud, colored,and by tViiiiaui lirown, colored. .M'. C ? don then read the Petersburg r? >? if .us, t?, which all seemed heartily if-*, ? I the meeting adjourned, i of Fairfax Taylor, no are tol I, was I 't"i towards the whites in ge im tal and insulting towards those present. ' /" OH'.'..', UK v i r.- - Tln re is yet no decision on <t ii I ' sjM edy trial in the Surratt ? .If - said tliat when the ca*o does up the prosecution will be conducted i'J : it Iy thy Attortioy.General of the I 1 '? I Slates. liHcrontliiic Mnllpn |n M?w Orli an*. Quite au interesting r on trove ray ha* arisen, and is likely to be submit tod to General Grant for decision, growing out of an election for directors of the New Or leans, Jackson and Great Northern rail road, lately held in New Orleans. On the return of General Beauregard from the Confederate service bis friends obtained from the military authorities possession of the road and made him its president. At the late annual election tor directors, the Creole General formed a ticket of his par tisans, and bad appointed the judges to bold the election and declare the result. Under the act of incorporation the Gover nor of the State ami Mayor of New Or leans were each empowered to appoint three directors. Subsequently, the com pany being in need, another act ot legisla tion was passed, authorizing large subscrip tion on the part ot the State and city, and at all elections since then the Go vernor and Mayor have cast their votes for directors on the stock represent ed bv tlient respectively. At this last on the Governor, Mayor, and Union citizens combined, and made a new ticket for directors, composed exclusively of Union men. The judges of elect on appointed by llcanregurd and ds as above, finding that the votes of the Go\eri;or and Mayor would oust the Heaurcgard directory, decided that, le gally, tin said ?llicers had no right to vote lot t he State and city. The vote of G<> vernor and Mayor, if counted, would have defeated the Beauregard ticket two to one. The judges ol election, by this exclusion, reelected tlio rebel ticket. The Union people are indignant over this outrage, and intend to appeal to General Grant tor orders directing General Sheridan to place the road in the hands of those fairly elected and friendly to the Government. The Union people of New Orleans are preparing letters and jietitions to General Graut lavoring tin' removal of the Con federate Colonel Thomas E.Adams from tiic position of chief ot police of that city. They insist that the chief of the rioters on the >?:: <>f July should not have the con trol ot the police while the present system of registration and reconstruction is going on. They allege that the police are in timidating colored men from registering.? A(ir J -/A Tribune. What Confiscation will Lkad to.? j The New York Times says : The confiscation resolutions adopted l iiioml prove the baneful elleet of the politi cal teaching which they receive from the ! 1!uuoicutts ?>i' ili*.? extreme Radical party.! Iii the eye of every thoughtful man, con-, liscation admits of only one interpretation. It is the equivalent of general spoliation, I bloodshed, and anarchy. There can he no liberty without order, and no order without ample protection tor the rights of property. Invade these rights, and inculcate the idea that one class shall be permitted to seize and enjoy the lands and houses of another class, ami from that moment the South w ill become a second San Domingo, to end only in tiie extermination of whites or blacks. This may be a strong statement of the ease, but it is the truth. And the men who go about familiarizing the ne groes witli the demand, and persuading them of its justice, should be dealt with by the militarv commanders as inecndiarics." The confiscation resolutions were not adopted. They were referred to a com mittee, and tlitis got out of the way. But it is said they were universally popular with the more ignorant. We can add to what the Tim-s says, that if ever confisca tion is commenced in the South, it will end in the North. The taste for plunder will not be satislit d by what little property we have. 44 A word to the wise is sufficient." Thk Si it Aoainst Gknkkal Wool.? In the United States Circuit Court yester d iy, before Judge (tiles, the trial of the cause of Thomas It. Rich against Ge neral John K. Woo), action tor false ar rest and imprisonment?before reported? was resumed. The JuibjTs Itistmictions.?It the jury shail find from the evideuce that the plain till' was arrested and sent to Fort Dela ware by orders of the defendant, as the commander of the military department, but shall find thai defendant, in ordering the arrest and imprisonment, acted with out malice and under the impression de rived from information which he hud every reason to believe t?? be correct, that plain till was engaged with others in an ell'ort to subvert the authority of the defendant as commander of this department, or to em barrass bim in the discharge of the duties assigned him, and lessen his eilieicncy therein, then the plaintiil is only entitled t<> rec iver in the action such damages as the jury may find to he an adequate com pensation for the wrong committed, and lbr the mental and physical suffering caused thereby to the said plaintiff, and also for any lo-s lie may have sustained in his business relations. But if the jury shall find that defendant acted maliciously or wantonly, and with circumstances of contumely or indignity to the plaintiff,then the jury have power, in addition to the sim ple compensation to plaintiil lbr the wrong committed, to add to the verdict against the dcfeud;uit punitive or exemplary da mages. The case was then argued before the jury by Messrs. Hopkins and Stockhridge for plaintiil, and Messrs. Schley and Stewart lbr defendant: after which the case was given to the jury to return a sealed verdict to-day.?$<tn,2'S<1. The Russian Treaty in* Knui.akd.?It seems that all parties in England do not agree with the London Times in looking; upon our purchase of the Russian posses- 1 sions with calm indifference. The London ' Morniny iWl, the Tory organ, regards the transactions as boding ill to the British j rule in North America. In adds : 44 There can he no mistake about this , last move of the Yankees. Russian-Arae riea might have brought a belter price if otfercd to ourselves, who, as nearest neigh bors, bad the first right to a bid. The transaction is one full of direct hostility,! and the intention is so obvious that it can- i not be ignored. It is the answer from Washington to the Confederation of our North American Provinces. It is more than an answer?it is a challenge." A. II. Stki'iikns Inclined to Wait.? Hon. A. 11. Stephens recently arrived in Augusta, Ga., in very feeble health, on professional duties. A conversation with him upon political ail'airs confirmed the statements previously made in the Herald dispatches that he is adverse to any action oij the pait ol the South under the pre sent circumstances, lie rather advises the people to let matters take their course, and wait until the constitutionality of the laws of Congress can be tested.?JYeic 1'urk JItrald. Tue Case of Jeff. Davis?A Rumor Contradicted.?The statement which ob tained general publication a few days ago that Attorney-General Stanbery had said to District Attorney L. 11. Chandler that the case of J elf. Davis must be disposed of at the coming May term is authoritatively denied. The Attorney-General has given no such instructions to Mr. Chandler, and it is probable that Mr. Davis will he per mitted to continue his lessons in painting unmolested for some time longer.?Aeu) York J/(raid. Ex-President Burnett, of Texas, is out in a letter recommending the frank ac ceptaucoof the congressional reco?i?(i'UC 11i-'It plan. I)kM?W RATIO SPEAKER* CoMIN'd TO tiik Soctii.t? A correspondent of n northern journal writes from New York that the Democratic Central Committee of that city have determined to organize a grand campaigning expedition through the southern States during the coming sum mer, with u view of preparing in that quarter for the approaching presidential election. The heat speakers are to he put in the field, and there will he no want of funds. The exertions the Republicans are already making to hecuro the sudrage of the freedrnen would seem to have sug gested this proceeding. It is understood that the President, instead of coming to New \ ork, as lie promised he would after the adjournment of the Senate, will make a pilgrimage in the same direction, and immediately precede the Democratic orators. How the Illinois Eight-hour Law W ores.?The employing printers and pub lishers of Chicago held a meeting on Fri day upon the eight-hour question. No positive decision was reached, but it was understood that they are nhotit unanimous in the determination not to recognize the law unless there is a corresponding de crease in the rate of wages. The direc tors of the Northwestern railroad have de cided to inform the men in their employ that those who choose to do so can re strict their lahor to eight hours at a pro portionate reduction of" wages. The of ficers of the city railroads have decided to make the same oiler to their men, and there is said to he scarcely a douht that ail the railways centreing in Chicago will take the same action. Henry S. Poote states that a southern member of the late Congress, from the State of Alabama, informed him "that when the lirst military reconstruction hill was pending in Congre-s, President John son formally advised hitn and other mem bers from the South to return to their re spective homes ami aid in causing the con stitutional amendment to he rejected, pro mising that in the event of their success in attaining this object he would veto the ! military hill, and if even it should he passed over his head, he would refuse to I execute it." If this lie not an impeachable offence what is one ??Washington Chronicle* But who believes this storv ? The Corn Crop Moving Off.?Proba bly not less than .">0,000 bushels of corn were shipped from the lower Rappahan nock country last week, and there is still i vast deal lo po forward. Unfoi t unatuly ror our fanners, most of it had been sold tt prices ranging from 70 to ?0 cents a bushel. "\\ e understand that most of the crop in Piedmont Virginia is yet to he sold, and that the quantity is large. It will not get into market until after corn-planting.? Fredericksburg Herald. Produce irom Page.?Half a dozen waggoners arrived from Page this morning, loaded with bacon and Hour. They soon disposed of their produce, and started for the Potomac fisheries to take in hack loads of li-ti. The wagons left home Friday morning, and expect to get back next Sa turday?making the round trip in nine days.?Fredericksburg Jl< raid, 2\>l. Our Government and Prance and Prus sia.? 1 he Government has no intention of following the suggestion in Senator Cole's re.-olution to oiler friendly mediation for a settlement of the Luxembourg controversy between Prance and Prussia. The Admin istration will not seek to interfere in any quarrels between European Powers in a Hairs a Meeting nations and territory in Europe.?Sun. Meeting of Directors.?A meeting of the Board of Directors of the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad will be held in this city to-day, we suppose for the purpose of determining the proper course to he pur sued relative to the proposed consolida tion of the road with the Southside, Pe tersburg and Norfolk, and Cumberland Gap roads.?Lynchburg Xcics. The J)(tily Santh ('arol'ndnn, published at Columbia, S. C., has been sold by Mr. P. G. De Fontaine, and is to be changed to the Frecdmcn's Journal, devoted to the ad vancement of the interests and education of the colored race. It is said tiiat the capital for the purchase of the paper has been mainly raised with the assistance of General Wade Hampton, who will he one ot the chief contributors to its columns. The general management of this new or gan, it is understood, will be under the control of Beverley Nash, the leader of the conservative colored men of Columbia. Xeic l'ork Herald. Among the railroads whose pay for car rying the mail is to be applied to the pay ment of their indebtedness to the Govern ment, the Sun names the Virginia and Tennessee, Wilmington and Wcbbui, At lantic and North Carolina, Western North Carolina, Petersburg, Virginia Central, Orange and Alexandria, Alexandria, L mdoiin, and Hampshire, and Manassas Gap Railroad Companies. The President of the Bank of Berkeley, at Martinshurg, notifies the holders of the notes of said bank that he is prepared to redeem them at par; and unless they are presented lbr payment within six months from this date their redemption is pro hibited under an act of the Legislature ot West Virginia. The Lmdtr, a weekly paper owned and published in Charleston, S. G\, hv a com pany of colored eitizt ns, is out in an edi torial warning the colored men against northern adventurers and office-seekers. It is not believed by the Administration that General Sheridan will attempt to re move any otlieer in New Orleans on ae. count of his supposed connection with the riots last year. Senator Doolittle will leave for the Paris Exposition in a lew days. Colonel J. W, Forney also purposes to make an European tour, and will leave in the Scotia on the 1st of May. Forney says : " The spirit of old Johr Brown has ut last captured Virginia." It seems that the *pirit of old John Barley corn has " at last" captured Forney.? 11 'or Id. On the Manassas Gap railroad the rails are relaid as far as Piedmont, a distance of about thirty miles, and the road is ir good running order lo that point. General Sheridan has appointed T. C i Thomas, a colored man, one of the regis, ters of voters in New Orleans. The Omaha papers complain that new :omers there have to sleep out of doors jwingto the lack of houses. The New York Tribune calls the south ?rn politicians " the shrewdest and ablest oi ;arth." We agree with Greeley. A country paper sava Rosa Bonbeur i: worthy to be ranked with " the old mis .resses." The Dr. Guthrie who is not coming t< .his country is the founder of the famou agged schools. Banks is not going to the IToly Land? >n the contrary, he has gone to Massachu Horses are often lamed by standing oi j floors which are higher at one cud than a another. rno TOBACCO MANUFACTUHKHW. | 1 We V7?'ulil li.furtu ihe trade that we ere re^a ! . a^ent* for the importer* of the t ei-t braiidn of litrOBI?:iS. In Ktor?, J. C. A (jo., a. & F.p ? XUK XIA, XX- ell received direct. A ;??>, KUAl ulwav# for ?-?to at loweat price* ;!iw hahv*u * wiiuamb. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. From W???hlnirton. Washington, April 23.?Mewun.Gillem, of Mississippi, and Scott, of South Caro. iiiim, agents of flic Frcedmen s Bureau, report cheerfully for the month of March. The planters are encouraging schools. It is complained that it is impossible to im press the negro with the sanctity of the marital rites. I The counsel of Surratt to-day urged ; his immediate trial, but the counsel for i the prosecution claimed time. The Post-oflice Department has been ad vised of five robberies .since the 8th in stant. The <'ouiiii|C Indian Wnr. Ac. St. Lot-is, April 23.?General Han cock's Indian expedition has reached Fort Sound. The Cheyenne Indians made pro fessions of peace, but during the night abandoned their wigwams. General Cus tar was sent in pursuit. Dknvkr, Colorado, April 22.?The lookout station, 270 miles ea?t of Smoky Hill, was destroyed by the Cheyenne In dians on Monday last. Three employes of the United States Express Company were killed and scalped. From I lie Went. St. Louis, April 23.?The latest Platte River accounts say the flood has subsided, and no further damage to the Pacific rail road is apprehended. The Indians had stolen 120 mules front a Government train near Fort Mitchell, Da- ? cotah Territory. St. Pauls, Minn., April 23.?Part of this city has been submerged by a flood. Filed* of the Flood In l.oiiiNinna. Nkw Ori.kans, April 23.? It is estima- j ted that the l?>ss t<> the United States in- ( ternal revenue on account of the destruc tion of the cotton crop of this year, and sugar and molasses by the overflow, will be j between eight and ten millions of dollars. < Foreign Xrws. Paris, April 23.? It is stated on very good authority that the Emperor Napo leon is endeavoring to purchase arms in the United States. The chances are ap parently in favor of war on the Luxem bourg question. It is stated that Prussia j disapproves of the compromise proposed I by the great Powers. London, April 22?Evening.?Peace be- j tween France and Prussia is almost des- i paired of. The Prussians are quietly j arming and preparing for the shock of arms. The warlike aspect of things causes , considerable alarm on the London stock I exchange, and the tendency of atlairs is towards a financial panic. London, April 22?Mr. Gladstone is much censured by members of the Libe-1 ral party and the friends of the Liberal j cause for what they call his mismanage ment of the reform movement. Livkruool, April 22?Evening.?Cotton declined '4d.; sales of 8,000 bales; mid dling uplands, In', olid.; Orleans, 11 '4d. Tlie riimeiit of Honlli Carolina. Charleston, April 23.?General Sickles has issued an order forbidding the sale or gift of liquor to United States soldiers. Also, orders directing post commanders to exercise supervision over all executive civil officers, and when necessary to pre serve order to assume control of the police. Triigftly ill Aiigualu. <L?i. Augusta, Ga., April 23.?At the race course near this city last night Jerry Keid, during an altercation, shot at a man named Meislcr and killed W. Meinster, who in terposed to stop the tight. A brother of Meinster then shot and killed Keid. Navigation on I lie La It cm. Detroit, April 23.?'The propeller Mont gomery, the first boat through from Lake Michigan arrived to-day. Milwaukik, April 23.?The straits are open. The first boat has just arrived. Tlie Funeral of Itishop Tiinon. Buffalo, N. V., April 23.?The funeral r Bishop Tiinon to-day was imposing, iishop Kcndrick, of St. Louis, preached lie funeral sermon. Fire. roi.KDn, Ohio, April 23?The Oliver mse livery stable, with twenty-four rses, was burned last night. Loss, 20,000. The Market*. Nkw York, April 23?A. M.?Stocks active. 5-2')'*,'G2,coupons, 1 lo'H <l?l 10 1 ,; 'til, lObtyi Iny ; new issue, 107 107%. 10 40's, y.s34 . 7-30's, first scries, lOtital j 10G1#; others, 105 Vtl?5;V Virginia 6's, f>2ii(Jti. Tennessee old ivstie, b2*?8G. Money, C per cent. (lold, 13>',.'. Flour! market dull; common grades'm 10c.l(?wcr. Wheat dull and declining. Corn quiet and very firm. Pork firmer; new mess, $22.05 (?$23. Lard steady at 12 %c. Whisky dull. Peas dull. Cotton quiet at 25c. for middling uplands. New York, April 23?P. M.?Cotton steady, without decided change; sales of 1,900 hales at 25c. Flour easier ; State, j $10@$13; southern, dull and drooping; mixed to good, $11 .80(j$13.25 ; fancy to ,1 extra, $13.30@$ 17.50. W 1; e a t?lower grades depressed most. Corn active, and advanced 2c. Mess pork, better feeling at i $22.87'.j. Lard steady. Kice steady. Su gar active and firmer; Muscovado, l0v?12e. ? Naval stores dull. Turpentine, 75?7Gc, Freights firm; sail, 3-1G. Stocks improving; 5-20's, Y2, coupons, 110i? ; '64, coupons, 108%@10S34 ; '05, 10.s'8; new issue, 1073W'. 10-40's, 98 7g. 7-30's, 1st series, 10?; 1B ; 2d series, 105% ; 3d series, 105%. Missouri 6's, 92% ; ex-j coupons, 'G4, new issue, G2. Money work- j iug easy at 6 per cent. Cold, 138. Baltimore, Aj il 23.?Flour and wheat dull and unchanged. Corn active ; sales of 10,000 bushels white at $1.18; mixed lots, $1.20681.21 ; sales of 7,000 bushels yellow at $1.17. Cotton nominally un changed ; middling, 25e. Whisky dull at 30c. Sugar firm. Provisions unchanged. Moss pork, $21. Cincinnati, April 23.?Flour firmer; rates unchanged. Wheat unchanged with a small business, Corn firm and in good demand; mixed, 88690c.; receipts iibe rul. Whisky dull at 2Ge. Mess j>ork in good demand at $22.50. Bulk meats firmer ; shoulders, 8c.; sides, 10c. Bacon quiet; shoulders, 9c.; sides, 11c. Lard, 12%c. Charleston, April 23.?Cotton irregu lar, with a declining tendency ; middling, 23"..c.; sales of 227 bales; receipts, 210. Savannah, April 23.? Cotton dull; sales of 127 bales middling, 23623 %c.; good grades scarce ; receipts, GOO bales. Acgcsta, <?a., April 23.?Cotton dull; sales, 150 bales middling, 22c,; receipts, 78 bales. Wii.MJFOTON, N. C., April 23.?Cotton quiet at 21c, Turpentine dull at G7e. liosin quiet at $3d$8. New Orleans, April 23?Cotton easier; talcs of 2,850 bales; low middling.-., 22receipts for four days, 4,4 40 bales, ngiin*J 4,847 last year; exports l??r four days, 12,6* 4. Flour dull; superfine, $13.25. Corn scarce and advanced 5e. Fork dull ; mess, 823.25fi$27. Bacon slimildors, ; ribbed, ll^c.; cleared, 123j'e. Gold, 138*4 liteliiiioiiil Toliiicco Market. Tobacco Exchanob, ) Rrnmovn, April 23, 1867. i I We report the breaks full to-day. No change to notice in prices. Below we give the transactions: 170 hogsheads, 36 tierces, and 10 boxes offered and sold at the Ex change, and 13 parcels loose tobacco sold at Shockoe warehouse, as follows : Lugs.?Common, ?3 to $5 ;-good fire, cured, $5 to 87; sun-cured, $10 to |15; coal-cured, $15 to$f0. Leaf.?Cotnm<>n, $6 to $10; good, $10 to 818; stemming, common, $8 to $12; good to fine, 812 to 818; yellow wrappers, me dium, 825 to $40 ; yellow wrappers, good, $50 to 8100. ?a A Fredericksburg r.ti i r? it<! ten mi Ion from Richmond a beautiful summer r-tre*t Cars stop at t h~ ?li or Thi? is really a beautiful country residence. Apply to ap tt??eoil3t oRUBBS k WILLIAMS. 1 .''OR RENT, :i tU?*iral?L? thr??H-storv I BKK'K DWELLING, i n Fourth street, liam''le s Hill, opposite Pratt's 0 ttag", containing seven rooms, with modern tin-, piovement* and the nece-sary back btiil<lin?,e also, a well oi good water on the li t. The pre mises are in i(is 1 repa r To a I tenant the rent will be low K A. .1. LL''P I'ON, K"?l F.-tate A gent and Aiut one. r. apJ3-tt No. 1 'I u. ;f:ii stre-t. io.h Km klin. FOR RENT. FH>K KENT, it DWELUNO an-l LAR'tE HARDEN. on '"out's and Du val streets. The Iwelling his fonr rooms beside b.i?ern-nt ; kitchen wi'h three r >? m< an I other b iiKn .-. The lot contains about an Hrr- of land. Apply on the premises t<> Vrs. Plea sants. or to J. F. KEESEE. ap 24 it ('itv Hall. T/oR KENT.?I oil'.-r lor rout th?? new a BKK'K ST'?KE, with DWELLING at tached, on the south sole of fir. .id b?-tw-"ii w? Second ami Third street*. Tlie i> cation makes It \ ry desirable f.>r any kin I of retail bu siness. The rent will be low to a go? d tenant. E. A J. Cl.nPToN, Real K>fat? Agent and Auctioneer. ?p23_3t No 51 Twelfth street, near Franklin. roK KENT, I ho D E S I K A 11 1, E r STORE on the * n;h si !?< of Broid street between Second and Third, recently occu pie 1 by John H. Connell, t-'|., as a dry good store.' Thi' is cot-id-red a good location for any kind of r- tail business. E. A J CLAPTON, Real F-fat- Agentand Aiicthu e.-r. ap 23?3t No. '-'1 Twelfth street, near Franklin. FH)K KENT, the desirable BRICK STORE, and DWRLLINO attached, on the south side of M i n h-tw-en Eighte-nth and Ninet-en'h street*. T" a good tensrit th- rent will be low. Pors-ssioti given immedi ately. E. A. J CL"PT"N, Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer, ap23?3t No 21 Twelfth str-et, near Franklin. FfOR KENT, that threo-storv BKK'K DWELLINH on Church Hill for many years occupied bv Mr llnnt, containing 'eh rooms, bifck ki'tchen with four rooms, smoke house, dairy, stable, a well of good water with a pump in it. Also, a yum* orchard. The whole premises have been thoroughly repaired. To a good tenant the rent will be acc?intn elating. E. A. J. CLOPTON, Real Fst ite Agent and Auctioneer, ap _3?3t No 21 Twelfth street, near Franklin. IMJR KENT, a DWELLING HOUSE, on Mayo street second do-r from Frank lin. containing eleven rooms. &c. Posses sion given 1st of May. Apply to WILLIAM It. ALLI60ST7 ap23?6t 1320 C'ary street. JM) K KENT, LARfiE THREE STORY BRICK ST"KE AND WARE HOUSE on the r.orth side of Franklin be tween Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets, re-. cntly occupied i>y Messrs. Lee & Hnddln a* commission house, for wnich purpose it is wall adapted, being csntr illy located between the Dan ville and Central depots. Possession to be had at once. To a good ami punctual tenant the rent will below. K. A. J. CL?'PT">. Real E-tafn Agent and Auc'i >n?er, ap 23?3t No 21 Twelfth street, near Franklin. la1 OR RENT, BKK'K DWELLING on I Twenty-seventh stre-t, Church Hill, * * contdining four rooms, and brick kitchen with two rooms, with the usual out-build-, ings. Possession can be bad at once. E. A. J CL??HT<>N, Real E-ute Agent and Auctioneer, ap 23?3t No. 21 Twelfth near Ftunklln. Tn)R RENT, Ihu DWELLING on tho A south side of Broad between Second and Third streets, over the store tecenrly ?ccu pieii by J H Conn-11, E-'| , containing I rooms, In good r- pair Cia- and water on tue pre nji.-es. Possession can be bad at ot ce. K A J. CL"PT'?.V, Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer, sp23?3t No 21 Twelfth street, near Fran klin. jgj FK)R RENT, FRAME HAVELLING on Cbnrch Hill, on M between Twenty tifth and Twenty sixth streets, contain! eg si\ room-, with the usual out bou-es, of good water on the premis-s In a go >.1 neigh borhood. Rent low to a good tenant. E A.J CLOPTON, R-al Est it- Ag-nt an t Auctioneer, | ap 23?3t No. 21 Twelfth street, near Frankl'it. T?OR KENT, FK AMKI) DWELLING X? on south side Franklin between I'wen j ty-fourth and Twenty fifth str-< t.-. contain j ing six m< tus. <Ja? and w.it r on the premt ? ,^'AbL - - Kent low to a punctual tenant robe had at i once. E. A. J CLopToN, Real Vstate tgent an l Auctio eer, ap23? 3t No. 21 Twelfth street, near Fririklin. T? OR K E N T , half of tin- HoUSE _L "OLEN AM.EN," situated on the dnA IX)R KENT, O KAN IT 10 I FRONT STORE with 1)WKLLiNU at tacheJ, with privat- en'rince. south si 'h of Main ?ir?"?t. No. 15SI. at pres -lit occupied hi Jauies lioliiin. This is considered an excellent stand for the dry goods bn.?ir >?-*, havi g In????i used format purpose f< ra number of years. Po* ?es-iou can be had inmiedUl-'ly. K?-nt low to a good tenant E. A. J. CL"PruN, Real Estate *g<>nt and a in t one.-r, ap ra?S| No 21 Twelfth street, rear Frank in } OK K K N T , TW< > F K A M E D Y DWELLINGS on On'nil r.iilrool uiwr the depot, each containing four rooms. To Ir?vW a good tenar.t the relit will he low XjJL K a J. CLAPTON, Real Estate Agent and An ttonenr, ap 23?3t No. 21 Tw< lfth street, near E'rai.klin. 1?OK KKNT, n (V?TTA??K KKSI PENCE, on the (.?rove road, one mile Aal fioin the city Po-?es.-iou given at once. For particulars apply to is. is. CARTER, a[> ill? lw *3o Main street. T? () H KKNT, three COOI >-SIZKI) r ko i it (. iet?, OtUce #21 Main street, three doors below ROOM8 ov~r the store of A. H t'hri tiau it Co.. Main between Eighth and ^tnth streets, suitable tor m < llice or .'aiinlv use. jamks m. Taylor it s >n, A4 ap IS?ts Spots wood Ho el. II () K K K N T, the STOREHOUSE formerly occupied by the subscriber as a chit a store. It has good -helving, couri ti-rs, stove, Ac : which will go with the. house. It is an exc-lieut stand for any Ki d of business. Tito rent will bo made very low oat good tenant Also for rent a large WAREHOUSE in rear of same, suitable for a carpenter'a shop Apply to ,r. o ~ "" sj Kf.s. ?N, age/.t, corner opposite Ballard and Exchange Hotels, ap 12?is Y ,iUK KKNT, ONE TENEMENT OF LIBBV hnH.Dl.NflK. Apply to Ja* palmer, harts'>ok & co., *!!? ap 11 Fourteenth street, g'??" I ['OK KENT, TWO ROOMS on the first fioor over my store, suttahle for of fices for professional men, In kers, or com mission merchants. Rent low. . Jail LOUIS J BOSSIRT Desirable store for rent,? Intending to move to a larger build ing. wo offer tor rent the convenient and de sirable ST' RE now occupied by u.-, on Oo vernorstreet near Main. The rent will be mode rate. Wt'OPHoPhK it PAaHAM. uih 21?ta Booksellers and Stationers. I?OK RENT, the superior Foi'K ' STORY AN P HAMBM EN T WAKE- " " h'>USB in Comruercial Block adjoining our own store This house has every conve-a nienca, with vault and safe inside, and ha- no superior in the city either lu location or arrange m-nt Price reasonable, mh 19-ta HARYEYS At WILLIAMS. IX)R KKNT, STORES and OFFICES, on WalI ?trest, ui.der St. Charles Hotel, ApA on very reasonable terms. Apply to T. k. LOGAN, 1324 Main stre-t, over to 23?is Blunt it Aloeeley's drug store. F"0R KENT, the HTOKKHuUNK on Thirteenth street, recently occupied by Tyler it hon. Apply to la 111?ts A. P. CflrtCKLKY. Mutual building fund and DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK ? Stockholder* in this Institution will be entitled to bid. and the lowest bidder will certainly obtain frota #1 otXi, ?2.000. or |3 ,000 every month, for the period of' three or five year*, with which amount he in?y finrchaae a home?thllii, if you now p?y fifty <1ot ur* p?r luoiith rent, thin would be > per >car? and yon will be no better of next year but t>y paying thia amount Into thu bavin** Hank you obtain a home at once, and a! the expiration of three, four, or flveyesrt, a* the caae may be, the hotuo and lotwtll be your*. Persona desirous of subscribing m.iy do an, and learn full particulate, by applying at the I'tllce corner of Wall and Main Mivet*, under bt i h <rlet> Hotel, <>tttc? ion r? tioiu 0 o'clock until 3, and 'r tn J until < o'clock P.M. Sum* of one dollar and uiore r. cetvi-d on deposit, for which six per cent, will be allowed. J<ill.x fc. BOjslbliX, President. Wii.mam T. Ai.lix, Ciuhter. ?|> 15?1? 1 TWENTY-FIVE CAM EM GONUEN TKAThD LIB Just received and for sale by tt. W. poWKKh, f* '( COMcf il tin ALi i iltcehth str?et?. DRY GOO Da o FK^TTL "noTIOK.?0ARDO55O, n ALs'rp * KonKUnKKAfl, So. ?U Bboad are row receiving, and will continue to receive dnrlrig the corning week, their sboojid ?rppLT of bPKI % 'I I'M i GOODS, to which they invite the attention of their frlende and the public Arnonk < th?*r thin** they off.tr NEW DKKbb G^ODS, such a* Plain and Oroe Grain Flack Sllk-?, Light and fancy Mike. Wool a- d Silk Grenadine*, btriped Lenoe Challiee, Alpacas, H< 'tslina, Pque. Bombazine*. Lawn*, z?rg?ndles, Jaconets. French Print*. emertean Prints, Ac. Also, a fall assortment of plain and fancy Casei rreree. Virginia Melton Clothe, Tweed**. and f'*s slineres, L<r boys ; bilk and Gingham Umbrella- : Parasol*. latest styles : Jarvin's and Princess Kid Glnve*. Hosiery, Ladles' and Oents' Linen Cam brlc and Hemstitched Handkerchiefs. Embroi dered Handkerchiefs, Valencennes and Cambric Lare Edging, and Inserting; Lace Collars and Sets, and a fml assortment ot White. Hotise-lnrnlshing, and Domestic Goods, "nr good* nave been and ar>? now being purchased tn New York (some at large anction sales) on the most favorable terms, and w? fe?| confident of oar ability to sell as low ae any bouse to th? city. aplJ _ CARDnZo, aLfiop A FoURQUREAN. 1,Sfi7 SPK1NUTKA.l)E.?YVHOLE IO * / ? SALE t?NLT.?We beir tocall the at tention or onr friends and the tr*d? generally to the fact that we are :iow receiving oar spring rtock which will he well assorted, and wilt ?mbr*c-' -very article nsnally kept in a NoTloN H'HTbF We nave H08IEKY, UL"VK8, NOTI0N8, H "?P SKIRTS. COR?ETS, SrsphN DERM, f?ERFl?. MEKY. FANCY SOAPS, LINEN and C >TToN HANDKERCHIEFS, BUTTONS of every d-scrip tlon, PAPEKand LJNBN COLLARS, COMB* and SMALL Wakes, and notions entirely too namer oas to mention. An elimination of oar stock by itie merchant* general!* visiting this market is respetfnlly so licited. and we assure tbem that w?< are det*r 1111.',ed to meet the demands of the trade in price and quality VALENTINE A FRANKLIN, Wholesale Dealers in Notions, Ac., fe 2d lies Main stre-L Richmond, \ a. T 00K AT THIS! LOOK AT THIS! THE CHEAPEST UOOD8 YETt At EZEKIEL'S, No. 41 Mil* stkkst. 5,ono yards BLEACHED TWILLED COTTON SHIRTINGS, or for other family purposes, only l?Jc. per yard, worth 25c.; 2,000 yards heavy BLEACHED (wide) SHEET INGS nearly one And a half yards wide, onlv 25c. 2,000 yard's SUPERFINE 5-4 PJLLOW-CA8K COT T?N, only 3flc. the yard; 5,"00 yards all styles of DRESS QOOD8, now sell ing off without regard to cost: 1,000 vaM* S-4 and 10-4 BLEACHED and TN "BLEACHED SHEETINGS at greatly reduced prices! 1,000 y ir?!~ all styles of GOOPS for MEN'S and B? >YS' WEAR at extraordinarily low price*, Just to suit .he times ; 50-. yart- HEAVY OKAY TWILLED FLANNEL, all woo., admirable for ladies' skirts and mou s shirts, only two shillings the yard? inn*, be sold off. EZEKIEL'S Cheap Store, No. 41 Main street, fe 2 nearly oppoMte St. Charles Hotel. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. ^ 1 EOKGE H. CRICHTON, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT, FACTOR IN GRAIN, FLOUR, COTTON, LAND, PLASTER, GUANO, AND FERTILIZERS, No. 61 Pf.aki. stukbt, Ntw Yokk. Refer to William H. Parrish, Esq., Richmond, Va. ; Messrs. William C'richton A Son, Baltimore, Md. ap 15?ltn v C. READ, 1> ? COMMISSION MERCHANT, Okkicb: Shockok Frost, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, respectfully solicits consignments of TOBACCO, GRAIN, and oL.er C*HJNTKY PRODUCE. [Jft ?l_lm] Mills a kyant. tobacco ex change, RICHMOND, V a . BROKERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS for the por* ? hsseand tale of LEAK AND MANUFACTURED ToBACCcS Orders ?oMaltad. Liberal advance* made on consignments Refer to A. V. liaavsT, President National Bank of Virginia; Jama Thomas, Jr., Esq., Richmond, Va. ; Messrs H. Mxrsas-i?KR it Co , New Turk ; Meaara. Johhboh A Thompson. Boston. Mass Jy li? ta Office of thk Richmond Bamcimu am>( Jn*ikasok Company. 1 'PHIS COMPANY IS PREPARED 1 T> ? DO a GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS, a- w?!l to insure agatn-f lone by (ire of every description of property; aiso, to insure Uvea on the most luY< rahl* terms. 'I bey have secured the services of Kdwakd Button, fate cashier of the Traders Bank, who will have charge of the Bank ing Departmei t. We respectfully solicit ? share of pohllc patron* aye. pledging 'hat nothing shall he left undone to accommodate our friends. JOHN H. DAVIS, President. J. F. C. Potts, Secretary. A- will he seen by the above notice, I have con* nested myself with th- Klchmor d Hanking and Insurance Company to conduct the Banking De* pariuient of the Company My long connection wi'ii th? F irmer- Km k of Virginia and the Tra der- Bank of Ktchm >nd justifies roe in asaurlng to my friends and the public g- neraliy that the same accomtnt ?!-.ting spirit heretofi re manifested shall ev.r be ,-hown in ail my business transactions with them. inh 15?ts E. SINT'?N, Cashier. /1 HOICK TOBACCOS OF THE FOL \J LOWING popular brands : chrwiso: FRUITS AND FLOWERS, pounds; PLANTER'S PRIDE, pounds ; COMMON WKa LTH, J ounda ; PLANTER'S DAUGHTER, half pounds ; EXTRA EaGLE. lu'a. HMoKi.va ; F! PITS a N D FI.OWKKS, in fancv pound boxes : FRUITs AND FLOWERS, in fancy half-pound boX-H W.? k"-p constantly on hand the above brands, an w> ll iir those i f other manufacturers, winch we <?(' r I > the trade, in quantities to suit, at reasona ble price'-. Pil.KINTON, PUIJ.IAM A CO., Auctioneers, Commission Merchants. and Real K?tat? Acents, nih 11?1? No. IS Peari street. Richmond, March 20, ho;. J \KVTAL NOTIC'K.?At :i monthly 1 ' meeting of the Virginia Dental Society, on the .sr. .. -? ? i. 'hi- following resolution adopted : '? Ilmnleeil, That the secretary he reijtieeted to ptblitii in ?wodaily :,u we; .ii"-rs thin city ri" tic of th? adoption of a uniform tariff of charges for d> ntal operations by the Richmond members of this society ; and also to attach to said no tices the names of the dentists belonging to this association." In accordance with the'above resolution, the fol lowing dentists. members of the Virginia Dental society, httve agreed to the uniform tariff of chirx-'eab >ve referred to: J UN <i. Wa I f. JOHN MAHDNY, R. N HUDSON C. E. KLoEHEK, W. LEIGH BURTON, J H H K KTM A Pf, J. KliWAHD CHHB, JOSEPH WOODWARD, \V. H PLEASANTS, J HALL M 'ORE, H. CLARKE, K K JETER. UEDRUE B. STEEL, O.W.JoNES W LEIOM SPRToN. mh 21?1? Secretary Virginia. Dental s-nclety. Doi.i.akSavinos Hank.) Otlice, corner Wall and Main streets, > under St. Charles Hotel. > N"OTICK.?Tin* stockholder* in this Bank are hereby notified that the llrst instal ment of one dollar per rhate is now due and p ty able during this month up to tne 1st day of Say, and will be received in such suina aa may be con venient. Ttie books for subscription to the remainder of stock w;li reui -m open until Die 1-t of May J"HN K B013B1EUX. l're-ldent. Wm.T. Ai.i kn, Cashier. ap il?ta UKEM'H CALFSKINS. A large assortment just received and for sale at VERE LoW PRICES. O. H. CHALK LET .V CO., ap 22 Thirteenth street. XpLuUK, CORN MKAL, Ac. FAMILY. EXTRA, and SUPERFINE FLOUR, 1 r? h trr.-is and half barrels ; SUPERIOR BOLTED CORN MEAL ai d HRoWNSTUFF for sale by ap 22?iw H * X AI L. CRENSHAW k CO. WKAPPINH PAI'KH.?4,000 roiims T Y STRAW 2 (HH) reams MANILLA, TEA, H A KD Wake, .vc,, ju-t received, which we offer at re duced prices. Also, a large stock of WRITING and niher P.?PER*, BkaN K BUuKS, and GENE RAL STaTIoN LKY ; TWINES KAt'(.HMAN BROTHERS, Paper Warehouse 13la Main street, ap 52?3t Kichuioud. I H. ANTHON Y'S TK A STORK, 7l'1 ?I ? M.tin sireet, will be re opened THIS MORN ING with a fresh assortment of superior Gunpow der, imperial, Young Hyson, OolOBX, Japanese, and the celebrated E.ign-h Breakfast TEA, to which he calls the attention of pis customers and the public generally wh<> want to buy good Tea ai d save from ten to ttfteen per cent. SIX D?H)RS aBoVKTHKSP"T>Wo'M) H 'TKI. apt* PO TOBACCONISTS. L T^flQUA HKANiS, yrlme ; fJTM OKDOA. UlTM AKAHlO. KWKKT "II.. lnc?c?, b??t; FLAVORINGS. PM'clli. LiDD * CO.. ' Main cotn.r of Thlrt4.nA. An opportunity for young M FN TO BK<'MB PRACTICAL TELE (? K * I';: KKN ?Fhf>u 1 a ?ufKctant nuiubrr ?n?r their to Ju?ttfy the undertaking, a CLabS w .1 I"- forionl !nr ib'- ti otructliiu ?>f v ?:i?>j i.irii eh- IaSCK "F TtLBORAPHI.NO. Full par in llie itcuUrn *? tot?riu?, Ac., can b. obtained t>y Ap plying in J'eraon at l2ol, coriwr Main and T?eif:h ??treat*. ?;? 2i-3i T^OK SALK, a hnmlttomo Hot of ROSfcl J? \\ OUD FAULOti H' iiMTUKK. Apply tQ hart ii pkarson, CommlMton Merchant*, ai> 22 -tw Baton bank and Elaveuth atreet. 1 HloTOORAl'HKRN.?100 ounoeB Ni 1 irate Silver; 2oe pound* Uvpoaulphite Sod*! A relic Acid ? Uuu CoOuu; SilUrata of Cranium; Nltrato of >ia<ut?luiu, at WOOD'S PH ARM ACT, ?p 1* yWO* And MauIiaJ* 4ir??U> BOOTS, SHOES, HATS. &0. r_r s lr_r_r _r -? >?> ^ /10NHUI.T YOUR INTEREST. V-/ AND oo TO HFNRT onj?*T. 1577 Main k.., ? ?. .tk .kil lla#Afl . . ? nVi ' *" Boots, ow'own manufacture, and Sewed Brogan*. Mr ?xp?' lenc* a* t?nn?r In Virgin!* for iwslve year, enable**." t > offer good good*. being a hnfge of leather We keep Trn->k, i.f every description. Heiuember the name ?ud place. tUSRY ODIHT. 1*S? Main atreet. ap M?la between Fifteenth and Seventeenth. T~A~M MANUFACTURING aTl 1 kind* of Vewed Boots, Show, and Balmorals?ladles', gonts, misses, anlUI children'"?wholesale or retail, at '""flj price". I hare h fine a??ortment mad". and am making a'l k'nde to order: ladle" from to $4, g? rife' shO<". #4 t<> Beet quality French CAlf-sewed Boot" for ?* ; #4 for Footing Mo.>t?. All work done n?et and with dispatch at 'n# Richmond Boot and Shoe Manufactory. No, 14ot Main street between Fourteenth and Fifteenth, ap 14 ___ _? 8. LfWH, i1BEAT INhirEMKNTH?GREAT "I INDrf'BMBNTS ? M GUN8T, 417 Broad eirert, between Fourth and Ftfrhm^lV ^tree's. i* now offering great inducement* w^^Bw to |nircha"ere < f BOoTli and Ml ??s All* who Wleh to "lady their Interest ehould not fail to glee hini a call and examine his stock befor* purchasli g el.ewlier*, X? he will glV* them good article* at a r.*ry low price. Pereone from 'he extreme part of the ciiy can get In the car", role to M Ourist's Boot and'Shoe Store, and save twenty-live per cent, A'I h? a* k? '* a call b> con vince y urn"v.-*. ladle*' Gaiter" at *1.12 and better one" *? *1.23, ?? .1 mill bet'? r at *1 &o ; Men'" ? alf Sewed Boo>?, *1.50. Country people vWltlng Uie city will 11- d it t? G. * 1 r advantage to call and examine hi* "lock before purchasing eleewhere. I.lheral dlHCoon' to merchant*. Mr. OBUKGtS E. DENNY i? engaged with me a" salesman, and would b* pleased to ?*e hi* friend*. M. OCjfeT. 417 Broad *tre?t ap 10 between Foarin and Fifth. BOOTS AND SlloKiS Of nil kinds :?t lower price" than can be bought ?tc^| any other hou*e in the city. A I' In want mH I are invited to caII arui examine uty stock f Ml I have **cure<| ths s?r*tc*sof Mr K<?W LETT WIN FREE a? salesman, who will be pleased to see any of bl? friend* who in ty give him a cal I. I hare MBN'S '"ALP >EWKD H<n>Ts at MX DOL LARS, and other good" equally low H. M UASTOlf, ap 3 147" Main (treat. TOHN DOOLEY. HAT MAN UFA r ft TOREK AND I? E \I.KK. No. 1211 Eagle rNM squire, Main "tr^ef, Richmond Vi., I" to w ^8( In receipt of all the *'*ple and fancy "tyle?M*"^ of HaTs and ('A PS for the spring trad*. Then.er rhant* of Virgin I a, Nor h f'arollna, and Tennessee will (lnd in th'.N etock the very beat assortment of good* In the Hat line. Tbetr ira le I* r-*p?cifally solicited. HI" experience of upward* of tbir'jr year* in the trade in Richmond Inenflee him In i>aylng that he know- what kind of good* wul eult the people, and he I* determined to Keep th?m. Aniongat the l*fe?t*tyie? recet red are 'he " Bou? levard*, ' "Cordovas'," "Black Crook," style " Saratoga," &c., Ac. fib 1 Hoot and shoe manufacto ry.-a. M DAVIS and K DANVEK^^ KY -A M. DAVIS and K DANVER hare taken one of thi.ee beautiful ?tore* tn the old Swan ta*ern, on Broad "tre*t, above Ninth, opposite J. Blair'* drug "tore, and are making to order I.a t? 1 KS* GAlTBPS and B'MtfF.ES. and OKNTl.KMKS'fl FINE Bin arid l) A lTKliS ot the very beat mate rial and worktuanehin A. M. DAVIS ha* be?n for twenty rear* fore man In the beet ehoe e*tabH*hnien'? fri thl" city and Beltum-re, and t* confident he can get up work to compare with anr tn tnt* country. Lad!**, try one pair of our Gaiter* Gentlemen, if you want a neat-attlng Boot or Gaiter, trr DAVIS A I'A N V^iR, fe 12?lm Broad street, abore Ninth. Robert briogs. root and SHGg MAN 0FA< I'l' LgR, No :.MI Twelfth, between Msln end Franklin f street*, make# to order LAD'ES' a> d GEN TLEMKN'S B'U?TH and SHOES of the beet mate rial and workmanship that can be obtained, and on term* a* reasonable n? the earn* nuallty can be made Anywhere. A call t* r?*pectfally solicited. N. B._kepairlng neatly done ROBERT BKIOOH, Twelfth street between Main and Franklin, fe 2?3 m DISSOLUTIONS & PARTNERSHIPS f 1()-PA KTNEHSIIIP.?\W liHve thin VV day forme 1 a co-partnership uroL-r the Ortn ardtU'oof William H. k A P. Br wn. for the porpoee of condncting a gen Kit a I. COMMISSIgM M'SINKNS for the m!* of T B.\< (io, WUEaT, Corn, and country produce general'/. V\ I I.l.l * M ir. BROWN, A. P. BROWN. I return my fhank* to mv Gleod* and the public generally fortbo wry ilbt.ral patro- *g?> h**tow?<l onth* 'ate firm, f A. P. Brown & Co., ..nd * licit a conttnua> ce ot the *?in" for the u-? tirui. In lormlng a connection with Co onel t\ llltaut li. Brown it I* unnec*?*ary for u., to eav ai ytiiing lo lit* to half, a* ho 1* two w -11 ad favorab y known to tie nlanters of Vlrglnt* l< r me to sprak of hi* P.ii? juugiucnt ol tobacco and In* superior saie-rnan?hip. ap '.'2?I in A. P. BRoWN. Richmohd, February 1, l*<7. \\rE HAVE THIS I>aY DISPOSED TT of nur interest In the Carpet, oilcloth, and Paper hanging department to >1 r. Robert P. Rich arason, and the Furniture to Me?-r*. Hahli*ton <i Brother, who will continue the hualn*"" under their re*p-ctlv? names. With thank* for the liberal patronage exrer.ded our firm, we recommend onr *(icce- or* with every confidence to our frlei 1* an I patron*. FRENCH * CRENSHAW. The firm of PKF' CM A CRENSHAW t* thl* day dl**ol ve.l by in at ial con* nt. All ['art ie? Indebted ar?* respectfully request t t'? com. forwerd ..nd settle their account*, a* longer Indulgence cannot be ? Xlended. The name of the firm will nnlv be n**d In liqui dation. b. BART"N FRENCH, fri 26?M LEWIS D. CRENSHAW. J a IN (' 11 EiSTEKEl ELI> CJ HCl'IT 1 COUKT (tn vacation), March 2i, 1"'7 : Thomnn V Burgess L'ouipatnant, mjninxt Edward'*. W&tkinn's heirs ar.d al? , la Chancery.?Extract from the Order nude in thin Cnu*e. " It in ordered that one of tho cotutni*slonere of said court do audit and nettle the accounts of the defendant, Augustus H. I*rewry. lat ly attaints, trati r of Edward <?. Vfatklne, dx-as-d, and the aco'iiii a of Benjamin fl 7?a*h, administrator 'In bonitnonot said Edward ??. W..'kl' n, decCAeCfi, r?-?aidin?' any forinernettlemeiit of accounts liy the nald Uiewry an correct, un.esA the saiiie be sur chirked and falsified. bald commissi iter nhall also ascertain and report the amount of assets In the handsoftbesaid defendants, l>rewry arid iWh, severally administrator-aforesaid. t-aid commis sioner nhalt also ancertafn all the asset* of nald de cedent's *K O, VV'ittkina) estate, real and persona', and the ra Ine thereof, and nhall also uncertain all the outstanding liabilities of nal I rotate according to their respective dignities, distinguishing be tweennnch an are secur d t?y lien oiilne intestate'* real entate, expl .lining in' what manner and to what extent Mich claims are no secured said commissioner shall alao convene before him thu creditor*, who shall become parties to thin mil' on the usual terms, by notice ? y puhllcstion made once a week for four successive weeks in some newspaper published In the city of Richmond, whicn public* ion nl a 1 be ?i|iiivalent to pemonal service of such notice, bald coiium*-loner shall 1 require legal proof of the claims ?o produced be fore hi til, and report mich an are properly ?u? tained, and report In . proc. -<tings, incudlug any other ma'ler which lie may dm mp<rtlu< nt, or ai y party may require to be specially stated " t'ouameioiSK's 'irrics,! M tXrilKHTKH, April ID. I*?7 t All parsons interested in the i nailer* rml raced in the loregoing interlocutory iro-r of c art are I hereby notified Ibat I have appointed IdlDAT ' the uh day of 31 ay, I"o7. at my office, In t!<e tows ! of Manchester, wiien arid w h'-re 1 die.I pr< w d to execute the said order of court. A li persons claim ing to be creditors of said estate, ?.r other wine i< fe realed, are required to present their claims before me, witli all legal proofs i.i ce--ury to sustain tfie same, and to produce such other erlder ce *s m?y be required to enable me to lake account directed by thu said uruer of court. JAMES A CLARKE, ap 10?Wtw Commissioner. ( 1 UNS, PISTOLS, AND SPORTING I X t^nipjIKNTK. B?irig dNino Of reducing aar j re*#r.t excell-nt ?t'<k of HUN'S, PlST< Ls, Sc., vt? <,ff.-r for *<?l* at r^dac-d price* what we have on hand of th?>** b.'.iutllul aril highly *P }>r v-d LaM >' A T r. I) hfKKL, BKKKOH ? I.'>A f)J >\? iiD98?tqaipniDliconpliKo, t* gather with other fowling piece* of celebrated i.ondon maker*, which have been no much admired, and gl ven ?Uih uiiirereal -allsfactlou. Alao, Smith A W?M?on'* and foil'# Artny and Navy BhV<'LVKK>; Bennington'*. Marvton'a, Shirp'*, and other approved FlST?>l.h. which, with Pow.l -r Phot, Cartridge*, Blri-b*g*. ? owder and .Shot Flank*. Jtc., pr*?ent an oppor. unity to lover* of Held *port to provide ibetoscliec with everything neadtui at much below former prices. ( all and examine at the old entabllnhed watch aud lewelrv atore of J?'HN H T YLkn, A ? '?> , ?ucce??oi? to Mitchell A Tyler, ap ??ta Mil Main street, Bichiuond. Notick to applicants for ARTIFICIAL L! MB*.?The Board of Com niuatoner* ou arttdclal Lliuh* have entered tnto cmtract with Pr.lKJUQI.Ab BI.Y to faruuh AR TIFICIAL LIMB* to the dtnabled ins:. who are ?ti> titled to the benefit of the appropriation tuaue by the LegMature. In order to the beet working of the commission and the uianufactarir. and that no disappointment may arlee to any party, It la Important that appli cants for ltmba ODierve the following order, ?U : 1. Let every appilcant farulah hU name, poet oMce, and eonnty to the CommUslouera forthwith. 1 Applicant# will uoC come to Klchmoud for llmba auttl they receive orders to do so. ?. Applicants will be attended to to the order of their application. __ . . Bach appilcant will recslv# aeircalar within I atrucUuua. I The presldsnta of ail railroad aud steamboat I companies have generou*ly Offered to glie ?'?* traneportatlon to the applicant*. F It FKlicW'lh'f,) . . . - W V TAT LOB, ? horntal*'loners. V. B. WaTKl.lB, > ULWKU/S fi 1N<! - A full ;,.a (??r ?.U low t^y 1 i?* M*tn Oo ANli K S. ? A Mip^rlo* * ? ,lt t r i? ? ?> ?oa>kna??' t'j ?PW BOBBBV F. WlLUAMr a co._ ^ianNEP PKAOHKS, TOMATO KB, Vb u"?OTI"MWW#5iiw?l'? UTP*.