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DAILY DISPATCH,
VOL. XXXIV.
.ltlCHMOND, SATURDAY MORNING, 'APRIL 4, 1868. NO. 81.
THE dispatch.
r>Y CO WAR. DIN & ELLYSOH.
hait.V DISPATCH is delivered to
n! rirtKrv rvvrs per week, paya
.?airier weekly. Mailed at per
't; :?> for six months; 76c. per month
V or period
y.l-\Y V'.I'.K 1. Y DISPATCH at *4 per
s - \) for .-ix months.
\v ? ; Kl.\ DISPATCH at *2 per annum.
liailroadu.
fry# V
v n; *>:r Pktrxsbcru Railroad Co., $
0
i; \ a., March 21. lSkS. ^
V \\!> AFTER the 23i instant the
\ .AS ON THIS ROAD will leave as
, v kl'SS TK AIX daily a; 5 A. M.
.1 .?.: 1 > t: . P M ?except Sunday.
. r M .train connects at Petersburg
for Norfolk.
. leave Petersburg for Richmond and
- orih and west.
\ .1 --s "I RAIN daily at j>:30 A M ?ex
GH MAIL daily at 7 26 P M.
Norfolk, >i. Baggage chocked
will leave the Richmond depot on
ipAY and FRIDAY MORNINGS.
< for <'lover 11 ill
r intormation, inquire at the
or of Bvrd and Eighth streets.
K. li. GILL,
V- f ir.eerand Superintendent.
CEKING ANi> SI MMER ARRANGE
Ml N r, 1m>.-GREAT SHORT ROUTE
I, Tnl NoRTH. EAST, AN1> WEST, VIA
V UUHMoNP. F KEPI. Kit 'KSHUKG.
A M i UAll.ROAlt,CARKY1NG
I'NITF.P SI . ! i'.S MAIL TWICE
: \ ELEGAX1 ?'ARS. WITH NEW
1 A i SLEETING CHAIRS ON ALL
NS ? 1 he i HK< 'IT; li TRAINS on
dare now run from the son thorn ter
of the Connecijon railroad, corner
a;.: Eighth -kkkts. as follows:
v : M Ki ?; (; n MAIL TRAIN
? .v. hmend d.wO ,[Sundays excepted) at
uig in tv a-shington att'l'. M.,
v,. h '> c.e t-irly afternoon express
North, East, and IVest.
night through mail train,
supplied with the new pa
iug chairs attached, leaves Rich
si - T M. arriving in Washing
A M . connecting with the early
rains forth* North, East, and West.
? h v. -v for sleeping chairs.
Ill TICKETS and THROUGH
-t CH ECKS to Alexandria, Wash
;?. Philadelphia, New York.
:dl Tie principal cities of the
r mint ion .and through tickets
c it the company, corner
} It streets, Shockoe Hill, and
.: wrncr Byrd and Eighth
.I B GENTRY,
General Ticket Agent.
Superintendent. rah 24
DlioYINCF OF SAO PAl'LO, BRA
[ 7.1. -A" PAULO RAILWAY.?A
I'M l.Y 1 i. A! A and from Santos Sao
. v., running w.tksn tlnrt\
. - ' J. J. AUBEKT1N, *
Superintendent.
A j: The ? king v ?? iu Santos will be
; i:.gr .ge ou the arrival of
K nth ."?eodfitn
i'.t
' .V ? .1 ?.
]?:rjiMONP AND DANVILLE RAIL.
It K> A1??* 'RANGE oF SCHEDULE.?
. : :..i. .. the 1 :h day of January,
. - PHss-uger trains oil iliis road will
? ?-Ia;l Train.?Leave Richmond
A 31.; leave Danville daily at
, arrive nt Greensboro' daily at
? a." Tag at Burkeville with
- > 1.railroad for Furmville,
Bristol, Knoxville. Nashville
Ira. tioii, New Orleans. &c.,
with trains on the North
ail road for Charlotte, Columbia.
Augusta. Savannah, Macon, At
-:y, 31. t?il-. New Orleans, &c.
?Mail and Passenger Train.?
-n*h.:ro' daily at 4 A. M. ; leav?
uiv c43 A. 31. ; arrive at Rich
:? t. 31.
? on Train from Lynchburg.?
<-v '.!? truly Sundays excepted) at
arrive :r Richmond at 7:*?> P. 31.
THOMAS DODA3IEAD,
Superintendent.
in ici R: c h v tmi ant> Yoati Hivkr )
KaII.ROAH CoMPA.VT, >
Ri cHito'D, 31arch l i, IStiS. )
TO PHILADELPHIA ANI)
A' KE-tiI'LNED ?This com pan}
? d again to re. cive and forward
from B >ston and Philadelphia
? j ,.n r- !.-a\.-s Richmond
. Y id FRIDAY, and at the
Bait-more. Cincinnati. Louis
.1 ..; ; it;:.- t?et\ve-n Wheel
g m i Baltimore on tin
i..d Ohio railroad, and all places
.. N .-r:hern Central railroad.
:. .d ? Ins a delightful spring
ute to Baltimore, where they
? .- in time for the early trains
. v. .:h ample time for break
. :? it i>'-irtd. Fare to Haiti
' R Itimoie and points beyond
all times,
bserve the following directions:
to RtcHMo.vn.?.Mark yout
? and I'nion Line." care of
Y'-rk River Railroad Line,'
?inn bv Boston and Provi
i ' rntATC KicaitoxD.?Ship by
tplua a.ai Baltimore Union
> N .a wharves, Philadelphia,
J ;tid York River Railroad
... No - Light-street wharf,
t- ? ihi* Richmond depot daily at ?
J.tnk f <*> k Tattahannock?Evary
u i FRIDAY 3IORNING,on Qie
the irs at Fish Haul station, in
g V.'ii,, ;-,:i in ? y, stages leave for Tappa
p: -iKing William Courthouse,
It:- ungton, and 3Iiller's Tavern.
? i hnig Tappahannock at 3 o'clock same
R. Truing. >tagc-s b-ave Tappahannock on
WF.DNl-MDAYS and SATURDAYS, and pas
?? a2ers r- a h Richmond by the cars at 6:30.
F ir- t< Taj-pntiaiinock, i4..V', and to other
poih ta iu i?roportion
WILLI A 31 H. EN OS,
Freight and Ticket Agent,
i tain J"fTv II. J'iiEiMA.v, 1'asseiiger and
i '-.ght Agent mil 14
"LaGI.YlA CENTRAL RAILROAD.
N'iK <?! SCHEDULE.?On and
r WKPNKSPAV, 3larch 11th, The fol
.? be run on this road: The
ir j train DAILY (except on
? '.v?*?*!; 14i limond and Staunton,
v west of Staunton, going west,
k'S W EDNESDAYS, and FBI
V>. r.ii.i r-turniug alternate days. This
?? ? ? Richmond at 7:16 A. M. and ar
1' 31 . and makes close connec
' the Orange and Alexandria Railroad
Lvii hburg and the Southwest, and
trains to and from the North,
.??!.> at (lordonsville of one hour
:r:y n.ir.utes?the connections with
? hio Railroad trains for New
re-established. No trains on
g pa.-senger train leaves Rich
LY ?. -jo Sundays) for Gordons
1' 31.. and lor Charlottesville on
I'M.S'iAY and SATURDAY. Return
' harlotte>ville at 4 A. 31. on
\Y and AP'NDAY, and Gordons
I'Ali.Y (except on Sunday) at 6 A. M. ;
in ii. rhmoud at 9:80 A. 31.
: i.. 1.! rain eoi!ju'cts with IIAi431 AN
> ad 'i ROTTER A: CO.'S LINK OF
A. ci?A( 'liLS fur Lexington, White
?' and Winchester.
lur Lexingo n go through from
Kalmnore thesaine day.
ill TICK KT'S .-old to all prominent
ii. D. WlilTCOMR,
General Superintendent.
Jeweller*, &'(,
s
J VVLaN ic CO.
AUK OPENING
K l.LGA N 1 W A T C H ES
A N l>
;MF1CKNT jewelry
of EVERY DESCRIPTION,
J Dih LATEST STYLES
AND PATTERNS,
corner of 3I.ain and Tenth streets.
(de t:j
V '? <IA EXPRESS COMPANY.?
~'ir~ 31 am street, between Se
: ? K ;'hth streets, Richmond.
? '? i it'; IN IA EXPRESS is now running
a itU 'JIMOND to STAI'NTON, ami
' " o . -a, all points between STAUNTON
* . ' '? INGTON.
ail> iroin DALTI3IORE to RICH
t .0Dai.d from UA LT1310KE to STAUN
' '';ier. daily toall the intermediate points
' J Staunton, Harrisonburg, and Mount
; ' Statu.ton, Lexington and Natural
j ^ and Hi-weekly from Staunton to
V, ? a Warm. Hot. and Healing.Springs ;
I ." -" Sulphur Springs, Lewieburg; and
(?' ?""t.-'ii, Kanawha county.
. V ' ailed for and delivered at all points
-Ce ( ?, N
daily from Norfolk to Petersburg and
I, '' and all intermediate ).oiuts on the
!,:.d Petersburg and Southside rail
'? mtejmediate points on Richmond
v '';;'Mlie i ail road to DurkeviUe.
^ Jxu'J valuables lorwarded with dh
' Sdiher information apply to
?-Sia a. W. GAliHEii, Agent.
List of Letters,
T 1ST OF ADVERTISED LETTERS
1^ HOT A TXT NO IN THK RICHMOND
POST-OFFICE APRIL -i, IMS.
LADIES' LIST.
A.?AllssSarah Adams. Airs. L. M. E. Alvis,
Mrs. Allen, Mrs. (' Allin, Airs. K. \V. Allen,
.Aliss .1. C. Allen, Mrs. Betsey Allen, Mrs.
Maria Althon, Airs M. E. Anderson, Miss
Ellen CI Anderson, Mrs. A. E Arnall, Mrs.
K. V. A re vie, Miss A 11. Archer, Mrs. M. A.
Archer. Miss Alice Askew. Susan H. Ashby.
It ?Miss Lucy J. linker, Mrs. Rosa V.
Bnpty, Mrs. E. V. Baughn, Aliss Carrie Ilell,
Ida lienedlct. Miss Jennie llennett, Mrs. A.
P. Ilelhell, Miss Jude Hl.nckstock, Aliss Lucy
E. Illunt, Airs Rebecca Illunt, Airs. Susan
Mark, Airs. A. AT. liolton, AIiss Snllie Hooker,
Alps L. Houlwnre, Aliss J. II. Brnnsford,
Aliss Sarah Branch, AIiss L. V. Branch, Miss
Martha Branch, Airs. Al. .1 Brown, AIiss K.
Brown, Airs. II. W. Brown. AIiss Hen
rietta Ilrown, Snllie Brown, Aliss Mary
Brown, Airs. Alice Bryant, Airs. E. E
Brooks, Alary Butler, Airs. V. II. Ilurrell.
Aliss V. Al. Ilnrton, Mrs 11. Buggs [colored],
Airs. Alary Butler, Louisa Al. A. Burton,Sr.,
Airs. 1 G. Burton.
?Aliss Ella S. Campbell, Airs. Lnella On
perton. Airs. L. 15. Cary, Aliss Fannie C.'ar
neal ,-], Mrs. Fannie Carter, Airs. Rebecca
Carter, Airs llenry Carter, Airs Alary Cary
[colored], Aliss 11. Clara Chase, Airs. Judith
Chalklev, AIiss Alary Christian [2], Airs. Bon
nie Cha'ltln, Airs.' Lvdia Chapman. Airs. Al
i . Chistnan, AIiss Ophelia Charles, AIiss Jen
nie Childress, Airs. Polly Clopton, Aliss C. B.
Clark, Aliss Julia Coates, Airs. Ella E. Cocke,
Airs. Alary E. Coleman, Airs. Sarah E. Cook,
Sirs. Hettie Cook, Airs. Daniel Coo ley, Airs.
L. A. Cottrell, Miss A. Al. Cross, Aliss J. E.
Crowder, .Mi luliaCnlp, Airs Bella Cnllen.
Jr., Alts, l-'rankey Curtis, AIiss Alary E. ("ook.
K ?Airs. Al. llabney, Alias C. S. Dabney,
Mrs. la. K. Daniels, Airs. L. Day. Airs. J. C.
Dame, Aliss Betlie Davis, AIiss Ann Dtivis.
AIiss Eliza Davis [colored], Airs. Al. J. Dean,
Mrs. Alary Dishman, Aliss Al. C. Dickerson,
Ali.-s Isabella Duesbi.-rry, Alts. Jane Duck
wall.
K ?Airs. S. A. Eddins, AIiss J. Edwards,
Ali:-S Sallio Evans, Airs. Elw.a Evans, Airs. F.
B. Elliott.
F.?Airs. V. Farrar [2], AIiss Al. S. Fer
guson, airs E. Al l-islier, Aliss s. Al. I* lour
noy. Aliss Ellen T. Flippin, Airs Ellen Fletch
er, Aliss P. Al. Ford, Airs. Al. Fox, Airs. Mar
tlia l'ra/.er.
ii.?Aliss S. Al. Gait, Ida O. Gansberg, AIiss
Al. A. Garrett, Airs Lee V. Gibbs, Airs. Al.
Ginniuti, Aliss Al. E. Gilliam, Altss A. 11.
Gilmun, Airs. E. A. W . Gibson. Aliss Ophelia
Gibson, Aliss Ya. E. Glenn, Airs. Lucy 11.
Got!*, Airs. Jennie Goode, Airs. .1tunes Gor
don, AIiss Nancy Graves, Aliss C. Graves,
Atrs. C. Gray, Airs. Jane W. Gregory, Airs.
C G. Gr is wold, AIiss Anna Grilfin, Airs.
Nannie Griswold, Airs. Al. E. Gruber [2]
Airs. Dr. Gurley, Mrs. P. A. Gurley.
i; _AIrs. R. Ilacknev, Aliss J. llall [col'd],
Miss Lucy Ann Hall* Aliss Alary llaynes,
Mrs. Al. E. Hall, Airs. Lucy Haraley, Mrs.
Pollv Harris, Airs. Alary Harris, Airs. Al.
li ircuni, Airs. Eliza Harwood, Airs. Harris,
Mrs- Elizabeth Haynes, Air.- Julianna Hayes,
Airs Elizabeth l-leiming, Airs. H. Henderson,
Ali-s J. G. llerzinau, Aliss Ella Hill [colored],
Bridget Hogan, Airs James Hough [2], Airs.
I 1 Howard, Airs. L. S. Horner. Aliss Annie
Hopkins, Airs. A. 0. Horner, Aliss Alary A.
Hopes, Mrs. L. A. Horner. AIiss T. Al. Hul
cher. Airs. E T. Hutcherson.
j AIi-s Alary .lacksou, Alaria Jackson,
Airs. W . Y. Jackson, Mrs. Jane E. Jackson,
j iulv Jell'erson. All's. Thomas 1>. Jelfries. Aliss
Aloliie JelVerson. Airs. Alar'lia Jetfries, Airs.
Sarah Johnson, Airs. Al. J. Johnson, Airs. K
G Johnson, Aliss Al. A. Johnson, Airs Alary
Fohnson, Airs. Annie Jones, Airs. Sarah S.
Jones. Aliss Selaha Jones, Aliss Bettie Jones
[colored], Aliss Annie Jones [colored], Aliss
Robert Jordan, Aliss B. \V. Jordan.
Si ?AIiss Annie Kelley, Airs. B. Relley,
AIiss E. A. Kelley, AIiss Mat tie Kelley, Airs
A. Kinsbev, Airs. Alary Kirby, Airs. Hannah
^1. ? AIiss Alag. Lacv, ATiss Emma Lticy.
Mr- E 11. Lamkin, Elizabeth Langley, Mrs.
Martha Lewis, Airs. Mary Lee. Mrs. li. Le
vin, Airs. S. A. Y. Lindsey, Mrs. t. Link
Inner Aliss S. E. Lipscomb, Airs Al. A. i<
Liggou, Airs. Ella Loyall, Airs. James Lul
ford". Airs. T. T. Lyon. , ,
Vi.?Airs. E. D Mat*fee, AIiss 11. A. J. Ala
jor.*Aliss Nannie Alanning, Air-. It. Alarsten,
M F. Alathews, Aliss Emma Alathews, Alr>
F. Y. Mtivers, Miss Ellen Alarks, Aliss L.
'Milton* Mi-- Al. I-. Meredith, Airs. Patsev
M ler Airs. C. E. Miller, Mrs. Ella Miller.
Mrs George W. Alitchell, Airs. S. J. Aloak,
Kate Moore, AIiss Fannie Moiituitu-.
Aliss Alary Aloran, AIiss Al. J. Aloore [2], Mrs.
W i\ Morton, Mrs. A. Moon*, Mi>. M. A.
Sloore Aliss Katie Aloore, Airs. J. Alurtou.
Mrs Nancy Murphy, Airs. C. Myers.
_AIr< E. A. AlcCance, Airs. J. A. Alc
Grud'er. Airs. AL A. AlcCullocli.
\ -Airs. K. Nelson, Aliss Alina IVeeson,
Aliss Ida M. Newell, Aliss Al. Al. Nickols, Airs.
1"o. ?Miss0B?0'Keefe, AIiss R. Y. Overley,
AIiss l'.lh-n O'Couer, Airs. 1'. IS . U linen, Ml.
AUs's Alice Payne, Airs. Nancy Payne,
Ali-s Pollv Patterson, -AIrtf- ^ ? j'*' p<*r,lV!S'
Airs Martha Perkins, Airs. Dr. Perkins, Aliss
jeuiiie Al Phillips, Mrs. Phehn, Miss El.ztt
I'i'TL-e. Mr. lift I ie IMeasunJs. Mr.I masaiils.
Mrs." J a'linVlia 1'Wasants Mrs. K. W P??
Sue Price, JNlis^ Mur> Pruic, Mi .
at-Airs. Charles Randolph, Airs Agnes
Randall Airs. Alaria Kaymis- AIiss R. Rat
eliire Mr? C- Read, Airs. 1\ Reynolds Airs.
W. Ribble. Wis. S. liicarJ, Mary
3i? ie 0- K.i??. Mrs.
!?? Sav
t\i r - I* Shraver, Airs. Alar.v Jscbi oth,
Miss Kate Scott, Aliss Fannie^^iyer, Mrs.
A M^Seah Mrs Nancy Shil'intui, Miss G.
sVwirt! Mr.. M. A. Shackelforrl, lVlrs^,M.
S!iepl'itr.l'tcolored], Mrs- Mania Sbiaf. to
i. <hnrni Sarah Sims, Airs. C. E. >imt,
Mr- AV L. Slater, Miss Kache! Smith, Airs,
it B. Smith, Mrs. K. U
S;''ilMr^rVirBiabi'Sowlll,'Mrs'.T. li - Sua ill
aW
JfSE: * *">? T"e M,fS
H..^0-N- K
a"'Mr.. S. A. Traiaor, Mi? M.^Trim
SStliS'Ttrnki; mS^Tv. Z'
V Alarv^Viglini, Airs. 1 hymns A a
tin,; Mrs oeirei- Valuer, Mrs. M. E. V aaaer
Mr?. Ag^ies WBson',*A 1 iss Suiaj. Wibon
Ulu\ii?i?.-Jane, Mrs. Alantuamaker.
G ENTLEA1 EN'S LIST.
Allen ^^'^^'^ll^n^cohirec^]1!1 l^ttvid* An
Geo. A'u f-i. . h r |;tcob Armstead,
Anderson, D. vv. ztrcuei, *' ,, ?,
D C Armbresclit, Utto Armbxuster, P. At
T. B I'ass Tbofr Ban
,a,m,WM,.B.,tll Wat- ih iarnau , B-ran a
Buvle, Alessena Beaslev , Ch r . > .. .
it. asley Ityarrdl.niaukeasl,i|.',
Valia rE. iSiimkban,. ' Jas. Bla.aj, SMouua.
Bloom, Bou-eu a Ba'ighorm ? ? ^ ,,
W. Boyd, Jobn Bo> le, Tnomiu ^
\V. Brockenborough, Arthur Bru ,
Bruce E. C. Bruce, Dennis Broplij, Liem
Broocks [coloredJ, Dr. F. L' .. sUi^'wreedcn
iiUmn Fraaeis B Bro?m ^
7rBl'i0Brm;m.rI'J!,V,ulkftiaa.
Barrhi
Biiliip'tss. Burkley a Moore. G?. ?
George Butler. G.S. Burton Wm. . urk.
i\?Joseph B. Carter, Cahler ^ HalU A. R.
carv. Humphrey Calder, Josejdi 1 . 'Camp
Craddock, J. J. Crews Co., Kich'f 1 Craw
ford, William E. Cree [2], G. G. (.ur^i"; .
n _Davld. Ro?ser <St Co , Burnham DayU.
Hector Bavia, John M. Daly, K. S. lraalel,
\V W Davie, Profeesor DeConiel, John H.
Ilrewrv Joe Dean, William Deavenport,
Dickson, George M. Dowe, George
iiii'ksun George m. irowe, cjeorne
liod'myi-r, John Uoyfc, Bo_b?n ll.Jloyuu,*.
KSS Eltou v'. liuford. William li.
a if red Eddins, Alfred Ewlnger, John
jj.?Alfred Aug. Eugilkiug, John
Eilig, Jacob fcrnerttj, a J Eubank
J Ovaa., Mr.
& Hurrin, E
Loe.
F.?Edward Pagan, Joseph J. Fandree, W.
II Farrar, W. II. Farley, P. II. Farley, Aug.
W. Fitrtr, Henry Flckin, 0. W. Flockner, Ja
cob Flohr, Edward L. Ford, George Frost,
Henry Forr, William Forbs, Dr. John Fra
mond. Dr. Charles li. Fry, G. D. Frayser, W.
T. Fruclnan.
Mr. Gunter, G. Garber k Co., Rev. J.
E. Gates, G. L. Gates, M. E. Gary, Mr.
Gentry, Charles Guergan, Harmon Gerding,
W. J. Gentry, William Gretter, James Gil
list [colored], John M. Gillespie, E. J. Goods
by, J Good, W. W. Gordon, Captain Grady,
George W. Griftln, John Gross, Jas. B. Gra
ding, R Hturh Gresham.
II ? G. Haake, Walter Hart, Hatcher k
Webster, Adolphus W. Harris [2], Henry
liartken, Henj. Hatcher, Edmund Hamilton,
H. Lee Hamilton, Charles Hatcher, George
Hnynes, H. Ha Ran, H. E. Harlow, James
Hay ward, Mason Harris, Wm. W.Hawkins,
William Hart. W. II. Huyward, HefHey &
Phillips, James Iletlley, J. E. Henderson,
Landrum Henderson, Rev. R. F.Hill.Thos.
Hill, Hooper, Reese & Co., Benedict Howard,
PIuminer F. Hobson, Jus. B. Howlett, Murty
Tlogan, Richard Hopkins, R. H. Hooper, Ro.
Howard, Shederick -Howard, William Hol
man, Daniel Hunt, Dr. F. C. S. Hunter, J. D.
liable, Dr. S. D. Hunter, William Hyatt.
I.?Rev. William Ide, Luther S. Irvine.
J?James & Co., Harry James, John S.
James, L. P. Jackson, M. Jackson, W. H.
Jenkins, R. W. Johnson [2], James T. Jones,
M. Jones, O. D. Jordan, Reuben Jones, Win.
Jones, A. L. Jude, M. A. Judkins.
li.?A. Kadden, Ed. Kennedy, Jos. Kirsh &
Co., Jos. Kelley, Geo. King, Jno. A. Knight,
Jacob Konig, Gustavo Krawise.
I,.?Lambert a Williams, Rev. G. W.
Langborne [2J, Henry Lambert, John Lam
bid, J. E. Laughton, M. Lanzarene, Moses
Lane, E. K. Leigh, Isaac Leinlo, G. Lenhene,
J. L. Lee, Justus Lechlhnlen, A. J. Leg
rand, Richard Leo, L. Linnemau, Ch. P.
Loehr, Jacob Logan, Uriah W. Lolirus, E.
L. Lyons, Ignatius ,Lylie, James Lawrie, L.
J. Laughton.
SI.?A. Manoly, Benjamin Martin, George
W, Martin, George Mantle, John R. Marks,
Patrick Mack, Rev. Samuel 1'. Massie, Wal
terMackey, William 11. Banning [21, William
Mayer, Charles E. Millbank [2], George W.
Minter, George R. Minor, John S. Mitchell.
John Mi Helton, Joseph i.littendorfei", J. R
>hller, Ellis Morris, Jr., E. B. Morris, Chas.
G. Morrison & Co., Isliam Motley, John S.
Morson, John Morin, James B. Montgomery.
Junius A. Morris, O. A. Morfay, William S.
Moton, William G. Morris, George Meilville,
William P. Murston.
?John L. McAtee, W. J. McDowell,
William McKeough, CharlesMcMahon, D. A.
McMinn.
X.?George W Neville. John Neelam, Chas.
Nofris, James Norton a; Co , James 11. Nor
ris. M. M. Norhu, William Norris.
O ?Aug. Oakley, Mathew B. O'Grady, A.
Ostwald, William J. <J3trauder, Jno.M. Otey,
W. L. Owen.
I?.?Rev. C. H. Page [2], Joel Parker. John
R. Parson, J. T. Palmer, It. S. Parker, Dr.
It. Archie Patterson, Thornton Pay ton. Wm.
J. Parr, Elijah Perry, Benj. Peers, John L.
Pendleton, John Perkins, Wm. H. Penfold,
/. Perkins, W. Pflefer, James Phillips, J. B.
Pierce, G. Perry,.S. Pinkerton, Aug. Pierce,
W. II. Pitts, M. II. Powers, W. D. Powers,
E. A. Pollard [2], Edward C. Pollard, E. B.
Powell, C. Powell, George W. Polly, James
M. Poindexter, Robert Pryor, Satn'lF. Price,
John P. Priddy, John P. Purcell.
<*.?W. It. Quarles.
K ?W. F. Kagland, Major W. F. Randolph,
Charles P. Reeves, James M. Rey, Marcus
lieeve, Colonel W. C. Reeves, liowe & Son,
Ch. ltogge, Com. Robinson [colored], Irviu
Rose [coloredj. John T. ltobinson, John Ro
berts, 11. F. Robinson, W. It. Robinson. W.
li 11. 1'. Robinson, Hon. W. Robertson, W.
S Rogannie [2], W. li. Robinson. Wm. S.
Roullms, G. liuggles, Norvell Ryland, Wm.
liyan. ,, _ , ~
fv?Edwin D.Sampson, Fraz Salzer, Geo.
W. Savage, John Saunders, li. J- Satter
wliiie [colored], Herman Schwarz, James A.
Scott, John Schleicker [2J, Lewis J. Sclion
barger, Richard Scott, Valentine Schwarz,
Sam. Sears, A. F. Sport, Arman Sherman,
Shepherd x Palmer, Patrick Shea, J. B. shot
well, Thomas 11. Sharp, E. H. Simpson, 1.
\1 Sims, William Singleton, Grey Skepwitli,
Smiths \ Howard, Jacob T. Smith, John L
Smith, W. A. Smithliurst, W. A. Smith x
Co Edward Snead, Yeiisal Spalding, Albert
Spoil A. U. Spralding,.John Shaugurburg,
Robert N. Spriggs, Edward Stein, C. W.Stai
lord D M. Stanion, D. Stern, John Strange,
John Steward, P. Straus, O. Steward U M.
Steward, J. li. Storm, W . B. Stockdale, W U
liam Stocks, M. II. Suter, James Sweeney,
George B. Sydnor. _ ?
4 Hr. Biirnnrd Triubpr, E. B. Taylor, G.
li. Tavlor, J ? W. S. Taylor, John lay lor, li.
Talialerro, Colonel W. C. Tanner, C.
Tcrrv, Samuel W.Temple, Dr. Lreed Ihomas,
C E Thorn, E. F. Thompson, W illiatn M.
Thompson, W. It. Thompson, C. C. Tinsley,
C. M. Timberlake, li. 11. Tillson, James 1..
Timberlake, Joseph S. 1 ills [2J, Ed. 1 homp
sun, G. W. Tolby 12], W. W. ihompkins, E.
B Tracv, Rev. J . B. Trusty, Charles 1 lur
ner. It. G. Turner, Tyree x Winglield, James
P Tyrer, Colonel J. Frank Tyler, lion. Ro
bert Tvler, William Tyler [colored].
I'.?John W. Upsher.
V.? R. J- Valentine, Willie R. > aughn,
Peter Vest, Peter Vial, T. Von Vort.
\V ? A. Banks Walker, Abner Watkins
Icolored], Adam Washington [colored], C. C.
Walton. Frederick Washington [coloredj,
George H Waldrop, Frederick V ashiugion
fcolored], J. D. Warren, James L. W aldrop,
John Watson [colored], John Wade, Lemuel
I' Ward, Robert P. Warring, Wiley W.
Walke, Edward Webster, Jtuel Webber, W .
\\r Well* x Co., Henry Whitlock, J. J. W lute,
Captain Nicholas White [?], E. M.Wilber,
D W Williamson, Charles H. Wilson, 1).
Wiite, Charles Williams, Isaac Williams,
lletirv Wick, James E. Wilkinson, John U
Williams, J . li. M. Williams, Jolm W R'lams,
Morri* Wise, Colonel bamuel M. W llson, W ll
hain Winfrey, William Wilson, Joe W ool, P.
II. Woodward, Captain W illiain \Vooling,
Jolm 11. Worshuin, Jticjcsou W right, Joseph
Wright, James A. Wyatt.
SHARP, P.M.
List of letters remaining in
THE MANCHESTER. POST-OFFICE
APRIL 4, 1S6S:
Lames' List.?Mrs. Catharine Anderson,
Miss Emma Huntley, Miss Sally Clarke, Mrs.
Mary F. Cursley, Miss Mary Childress, Miss
Mary E. Chalkley, JNIrs. Sarah A. Ellis, Miss
Emily C. Ferguson, Misses P. and 31. Hobbs,
.Mrs Ellen F. Harding, Miss Matilda Harri
son, Mrs. Caroline 31. Hancock, Mrs. Eliza
beth King, Miss Virginia F. Lee [2], Mrs. M.
F. Moniiero, Mrs. Joseph Powell, Mrs. E.
Perpignon, Mrs. 31. J. Roberts, Mrs. Mary
Stnngiellow, lUiss P. F. Turner, Mrs. Frances
Thompson, Miss Margaret Thornton, 3irs.
Abbey Thompson, Mrs. 31ary J. Thompson,
R. C. It. Thompson, 31iss E. E. Williams,
lUiss Aunie Weisiger, Mrs. Victoria E. AVood
liii, 3irs. Elizabeth Wright, Miss Ann 31.
Weisiger, 3iiss Alice Williams.
Ge.s-ti.kmk.s's List.?Wm. H. Andrews, A.
Hurnett, Joe Rrooks [colored], 31yron Baker,
R. T. Ballowe, Jett'ery Burnley [colored], T.
J. Burton ['.'], Richard Coy, Wm. B. Chalk
ley, Clerk Ch ester Held County, Thus. Cooke,
Peter F Clay, Jonathan Disney, Walter Gill,
James Godsey, AVm. I>. Gates, T. J. Han
cock, Win. L. Holt [2], Geo. R. Harding, Jas.
llenry Jackson [colored], A. Johnson, R. 11.
Jackson, Frank Jarvis, John Johnson, P.
I.owry, James Lottie, Peter Lewis [colored],
F. A. Lamb, Manchester Paper Works, l)r.
A. Monteiro, 31anchester Paper Mill, T. Mori
arty, N. T.Marks, J. lv. Marks, Benjamin
Nash [2], R. Norris, Eugene O'Connor, J. L.
Owens, AVm. J. Orvill, AVm. J. Puekett,
3Iessrs. R. & E. Pilkinton [2], A. Pulliam, A.
Peare, Thomas Smith, H. C. Stephens, F. J.
Sampson, J. W. & J. P. Sheffey, E. A. Smith
it Son [2], E. T. SteJl, Nathaniel Thomas, A.
II.'I urner, R. H. Tarreuce, L. L. A'aughau,
Einmit Vadcn, Rev. Richard AVillis [2], P. B.
Wlnfree, C. A". Waugh, Joseph AV. AVyatt,
Thomas Williams, R. AVinfree, John "Willed,
H. H. AVrcnu [2], James Young.
j. iu. moody, p. m.
Oils.
i A~BAKKKLS AND TEN CASES KE
J. \J KOSENE OIL just received on consign
meut and lor sale by
_ajA A11311 STEAD \ CARYL
AKD OIL.?Lard Oil, best quality,
just received, for sale by
mh SI PURCELL, LADD & CO.
|7~ER0SENE 0 I L .? Kerosene (Coal)
JL\. Oil, best quality, lor sale at lowest rates,
just received by
mh 31 PURCELL, LADD & CO.
D
Toilet Article8,
1RECT IMPORTATION.
ENGLISH HAIR BRUSHES,
ENGLISH TOOTH BRUSHES,
ENGLISH NAIL BRUSHES,
made to order and imported by
JOHN W. RISON, Druggist,
mh 3 corner Main and Third streets.
HAVANA TOBACCO.?Jnst received,
a few bales of HAVANA TOBACUO of
the very best the crop of IStitJ-'H7 produced.
1 would call the attenrion of cigar manufac
turers to It, OSCAR CRAN2,
No. 2 Exchange Block, Fourteenth Btreet.
ap 3?Bt
Richmond Dispatch.
SATURDAY APRIL 4, 1868.
THE CIRCULATION OF THE "DIS
PATCH " IS LARGER THAN THE COM
BINED CIRCULATION OF ALL THE
OTHER DAILY NEWSPAPERS OF THIS
CITY.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
Purchasers of Peal Estate sold between the first
day of January and the first day of July pay the
taxes thereon fur the current year.
A. K. CRUMP, H. C. C. R., will sell at 10
o'clock a lot of furniture, pictures, whis
key, etc.
CLOPTON ii "IIARWOOD will sell at 5
o'clock a tract of land on the east side of
Union or Concurrence street, on Union
Hill.
GRUBBS & WILLIAMS will sell on the
premises, at 4M P. M., the valuable su
burban residence, with twenty-five acres
attached, known as "Auburn," situated
on the Grove road about one mile west of
the city.
WELLINGTON GODDIN will sell at 4>S P.
M.alot on Third street between Duval
and Baker, with a store and dwelling and
three small framed tenements thereon.
E. B. COOK will sell on Council Chamber
Hill, commencing at 10 A. M., horses,
mules, cows, etc.
E. GATHRIGHT, No. 1433 Main street, will
oiler at 10 A. M. furniture, mattresses, dry
goods, clothing, boots, shoes, ite.
LOCAL MATTERS.
MYSTERIOUS MI It I) Kit IN HEN
RICO COUNTY.
Lato yesterday afternoon it was reported
that the body of a murdered man had been
found lying in the Charles City road about
eight miles from the city. Our reporter
rode down in that neighborhood, and found
that the report was true, and the body that
of a young man named Emanuel Cross,
who was employed as charcoal-driver by
Mr. William llutcheson Gathright, who
lives about eleven miles from the city.
The following particulars wero learned
On Thursday morning young Cross started
to town with a load of charcoal. He had
with him some money of Mr. Gathright's,
with which he was to buy seed oats, and
also some money of his own?the whole
sum probably amounting to fifty dollars.
Mr. Gathright waited very impatiently for
the return of Cross until night, but as it
became dark ho became uneasy. He wait
ed for him till a late hour, when he was
much surprised by the arrival of the horse
and cart, the cart filled with bags of oats.
He waited awhile, supposing that Cross
had been walking, and that the horse haxl
run ahead with his load. But Cross did
not come, and Mr. Gathright thought
he would remove the oats from the
cart. In doing so he found that some of
the bags were smeared with blood, and
that there were spots of blood on the front
of the cart. Mr. Gathright immediately
suspected that Cross had been murdered
or badly injured, and determined to look
for him the first thing in the morning.
This he did, and had gone but a short
distance when be came across the body of
Cross lying in the middle of the
road at a place known as Jordan's
Horse-Water, on a road leading from
the Charles City road, and about mid
way between that and the Williams
buig road. Near the road leading to the
water is a very steep place, and the body
was lying on the incline. Mr. Gathright
examined it, and found that though the
body was almost covered with blood there
was but one wound, and that one on the
right side of the head just below the ear.
A closer examination showed that the
wound had been made by a large pistol
ball. One of the pant's pockets was
turned inside out, and the money
gone. There were marks on the legs
where one of the cart wheels had pass
ed over them. There wero no indica
tions of a struggle, or anything else to
make it appear that the murder had been
committed where the body was found. The
supposition is that he was shot on the road
some distance above, robbed, and then
propped np on his seat, and the horse made
to move on, and that he, following his
natural instincts, started lor home. The
road being comparatively level, the body
remained steady until the cart came to
the creek, and in going down it tumbled
off and, from appearances, fell between
the shafts. Those who supposed this to
have been the way the deed was commit
ted were confirmed in it when they heard
the statement of Mrs. Eacho, who lives on
the Charles City road between three and
four miles above the spot where the body
was found. She stated that about 9
o'clock the night before she heard some
voices near her house. The persons seem
ed to be excited, and at last one of the
voices said: "The road is wide enough,
and there is no use of your coming through
the field." A lew moments afterwards
she heard the report of a gun or pistol. A
gentleman living near this lady said that
he also heard a shot tired about the same
time.
The victim of this mysterious allair is
about eighteen years of age. Both of his
parents are dead, and ho has no relatives
living in this section of the country. He
has borne a most irreproachable charac
ter, and, in the language of one of our in
formants of the affair, he was too good to
have enemies, and he must have been shot
for the money which it was supposed he
carried.
Powhatan Murder.?We learn from
ssengers by the Danville train last night
it no arrests have been made in the
whatan murder case mentioned in our
lumns yesterday.
Arrest of a Thief?He Confesses his
Gi'ilt.?Some days since the Dispatch men
tioned the fact that some one had stolen a
cow from Dr. Thomas Deitrick, of Gooch
land county, and sold her to Mr. T. H.
Ellett, of this city, and that the owner
coming forward, Mr. Ellett had also to pay
him for her. Efforts to capture the rascal
were unsuccessful until yesterday, when
he was arrested in Sidney, near Camp
Jackson, by Mr. W. A. Smith, and turned
over to Constable Tally, who lodged him in
Henrico jail, when he confessed his guilt,
lie was one of the party who stole a horse
from George McManus, at Curl's Neck, in
October last. He ottered the animal for
sale to Mr. Smith immediately after the
theft, and when seen by him on yesterday
was at once recognized and taken into cus
tody, as before stated. We learn that
after he shall havo acconnted for his mis
deeds in this county, an indictment awaits
him in Goochland, where he is charged
with having stolen a cow and calf some
six or eight months since.
lie gave his namo as Ira Cial, and is a
native of the State of New York, but has
lived In Virginia for the last eight or ten
years.
Sale of Real Estate.?Yesterday Mr.
Wellington Goddin sold the valuable brick
tenement, on leasehold, on the north side
of Muin between Eleventh and Twelfth
streets, formerly occupied by the Planters
National Bank, for $4,000.
Hunnicctt, Jr., Speaketh?Bully for
ITim.?At the meeting at New Nation
Hall on Thursday night, among others who
spoke was George Hnnnicutt, a son of the
" Friend and Hero," who told his negro
hearers some wholesome truths, which did
not please them much. He told them, we
hear, that the southern people were their
best friends, and that they had better give
up the idea of mixed schools. The peo
ple of Virginia were willing to grant them
the boon of free education, and would
give their children as good school-houses,
teac hers, and libraries as they would the
white children, but they would never con
sent to have mixed schools. He said he
had fought in the " rebel" army three
years, and only left when he felt that the
southern cause was wrong ; " and," said
he, further, " since the end of the war, I
have done all I could for you with my pen
and tongue. I am still your friend, and
will stand by you always if you will stand
by me. If you don't stand by me, you can
go to hell." Here he wa3 interrupted by
cries of " Dat's enough ! Git down from
dar! Come down ! " The youthful ora
tor was not much pleased at this evident
lack of appreciation of his honest effort.
A Max Stabbed.?Yesterday about
o'clock Mr. George Ilendriolcs assaulted
Mr. James Brown on the south side of the
dock. Mr. Brown, who was disabled by a
sore arm, defended himself a3 best ho
could, but finding that his opponent was
going to beat him, drew a knife and
stabbed him in the breast, indicting a
painful wound. The parties will bo up
before the Mayor to-day.
Tunnelling James River.?Wo learn
that the colliers in the county of Gooch
land who are mining on the north side of
James river have followed the seatus oi
coal entirely under the bed of the river to
the high-water mark on the Chesterfield
side, thus completely tunnelling it. They
claimed the right to do this, because the
jurisdiction of the county of Goochland
extended across the river.
Palm Sunday.?To-morrow will be
Palm Sunday, the beginning of Iloly
Week, the last of Lent. The day will be
celebrated in the Catholic and Episcopal
churches. In the Catholic churches the
ceremony of the distribution of the palms
will bo performed. Services commence
at the Cathedral at 10 o'clock.
United States Marshal Charles Van
Winkle has appointed Messrs. P. A. Da
vis and J. A. Lynham his deputies tor the
State. The names of the deputies for the
districts have not been made public.
Contract Awarded.?The contract for
supplying slate to be used on the buildings
which arc to be erected in the Norfolk
navy-yard during this year has been
awarded to the Buckingham Slate Com
pany, of this city. The contract is a veiy
large one, and was awarded against eleven
competitors from northern quarries.
The Whiskey and Toracco which was
detained day before yesterday by the reve
nue oliicers has been sent to the bonded
warehouses.
United States Circuit Court?Judge
Underwood presiding?The grand jury
camo into court yesterday and presented
a large number of indictments against
parties whose names have not been made
^After the indictments were presented,
District Attorney Chandler said that there
was a large amount of work proposed by
the grand jury which he and his assistants
LiJU jui j " ~ *
had been unable to complete in the short
time allowed, and lie would therefore re
quest that the jury might bo adjourned
until the 2d of May. The request was
granted.
It is understood that the indictment of
Mr. Davis will bo revised during the ad
journment.
Among the indictments are, wo under
.fkliiuug, WAV? IMU.VVUivuvu -
stand, three against prominent whiskey in
spectors in this district. The last grand
O ^ / V V V w * ^ w
jury confined themselves to picking up
the frauds perpetrated by the distillers,
but the present one has had all the distil
lers in the neighborhood of Richmond be
fore them as witnesses, and, under the
pressure of the late act of Congress com
pelling discovery of testimony without re
gard to criminating the witness, it is gene
rally understood that a largo amount of
evidence was obtained relative to the
doings of the officers of the internal reve
nue connected with the distilleries in the
Third, Fourth, and Fifth Districts of Vir
ginia, and that the greater part of the in
dictments found thus far have been against
oliicers.
United States District Court.?Yes
terday this court issued orders of seizure
igainst the distilleries of C. E. Little, in
Albemarle county, and G. W. Cochran, J.
E. Riley, and M. K. Smart, in Augusta
county, on libels tiled against them by the
District Attorney.
Orders were also issued that an illicit
still, seized from J.W.Carroll by reve
nue inspectors Merrell and Primrose,
me mspeciuia . ,
ihould be destroyed, and the materials sold.
Union Prater Meetings.?The prayer
meetings which have been beld for se\eral
nights past at the Broad-street Methodist
church have been largely atteuded both
by the ministers and the laity. Bishop Dog
gott, Dr. Lee, and Rev. Messrs. Head and
Peterson, lead the meetings in turn.
Medical College of Virginia. The
summer course of the Medical College
commenced on Thursday under promising
auspices. Quite a Dumber of studeuts are
already on hand, and others have an
nounced their purpose to come. This is
one of the best medical schools in the
country, and deserves a liberal support.
List of Unmailable Letters Remain
ing in the Richmond Post-office April
4 1868.-Eddie Rudd, Richmond, Va., no
stamp; Miss Maggie Munson, Richmond,
Va., no stamp; Miss Susan E. Mosel,
Richmond, Va., no stamp; Adrian Ber
gen, Long Island, N. Y., no stamp ; Miss
Susan Jacobs, University of Virginia no
stamp; Colonel J. C. Council, St. Ste
phen's, KiDg and Queen, Va., no stamp ;
Dr. D. W. Nowles, Greenbrier county, Va.,
no stamp ; Mias Sophia Bradley, Paterson,
N. J., old stamp; G. W. Buniier, Wash
ington, D. C., old stamp; Edward V. Gan
non, Sir John Run, West Virginia use
less stamp; Robert Crouch, Goochland
county, Va., for better direction ; Rev. B.
T. Taylor, Henderson, Ky., no stamp.
Periodicals.?We are indebted to Tur
ner for the latest periodicals and pictures,
with all of which he keeps us constantly
supplied.
BEArrirrL Teeth.?We were shown on yes
day by our young friend Mr. Jcdso.v B.
Wood a set of artificial teeth, on rubber
plate, which showed great skill and mechani
cal tact in the getting-up. The teeth are true
to life, a few of them being plugged with gold
foil, as specimens of bis v.'orkmanship. Mr.
Wood is an enthusiast on tbe subject of scien
tific dentistry, and we predict for him an
honorable position In his profession. His
oillce is at 1003 Jiaju street, over Schwal
meyer's trimming store. See card.
Corn and Flonr Exchange.
Richmond, April 3, 1S63.
0KXBRI508.
Wheat.?W^iite, 70 bushels. Red, 16 bnsbels.
Corn.?White, 1,026 bushels. Yellow, 166
bushels.
(Mtis.?1,0S2 bushels.
Rye.?44 bushels.
Com Meal.?260 bushels.
SALES.
Wheat.?White, 36 bushels fair at $2 62M ; 34
bushels good at $2.7u. Red, 16 bushels good at
$2.55.
Corn.?White, 40 bushels wet at $1.05; 46
bushels damp at $1.09; 42 bushels damaged at
$1.06; 154 bushels at $1.07; 2S bushels at $1.09;
3!>8 bushels at $1.10; 1S2 bushels damp at $1.09.
Yellow, 66 bushels at $1.12. Mixed, 50 bushels
at $1.10.
Oats.?110 bushels on private terms; 136
bushels good white at 73c.
Rye.?10 bushels fair at $1.65; 34 bushels
good at $1.66.
Meal.?White, unbolted, 90 bushels at $1.10.
In our report yesterday of the sales at the
Corn Exchange the previous day the types
made us quote a sale of mixed corn at $1.19,
while it should have been $1.09.
Marine Intelligence.
MINIATURE ALMANAC, Apbit. 1, 166S
Sun rises 5.43 I Moon sets 4.
Sun sets 6.17 | High tide, P. M.. 2.20
PORT OF'RICHMOND, April 3, 1868.
' ARRIVED.
Steamer Petersburg, Travers, Baltimore,
merchandise and passengers, IV. P. Brett.
Steamer Norfolk, Vance, Philadelphia, mer
chandise and passengers, W. P. Porter.
Steamer Hatteras, Couch, New York, mer
chandise and passengers, S. Ayres & Co. j
Steamer Colonel Rucker, Bell, Fort Monroe,!
stores, to United States quartermaster. i
SAILED.
Steamer Iifttleras, Couch, New York, mer
chandise and passengers, S. Ayres & Co.
Steamer Antelope, Gilford, Norfolk, mer
chandise and passengers, L. B. Tatum.
Schooners Dick Williams, Corson, New
York; Edward Thomas, , Philadelphia;
and Clara Bell, Applegartli, Baltimore, mer
chandise, Curtis ii Parker.
BELOW.
Four deeply-loaded schooners aro reported
in tow, bound up. They are expected up early
this morning.
MEMORANDA.
Philadelphia, April 2.?Cleared, B. F.
Woolsey, Soper, for Richmond.
Schooner Laura T. Chester, Collins, from
Providence for Virginia, at New York on the
2d instant.
Schooner D. McPhee, Moon, sailed from
New York for Richmond on the 2d instant.
Seedsmen9 Florists, &e.
IPRUTT TREES.?A splendid assort,
meat of FRUIT TREES from J. Pre
vost's nursery, Koseland farm, Petersburg,
will be exposed for sale in the First Market
on TUESDAY the 7tli instant. Samples of
PEAR and CHERRY TREES can be seen at
A. HEKEWBOURG'S,
ap 2?:UThS&M* No. 412 Sixth street.
Allan & joiinson,
1506 MAIN STREET,
have just received a fresh supply of
SEED POTATOES?
Goodrich, Mercer, Buckeye, Peach Blow,
A small lot of very fine POTATO ONION
SETS.
Have constantly on hand a large assortment
of GARDEN and FIELD SEEDS.
Their SPRING STOCK OF FLOWER
SEEDS is now ready.
Packages of seeds under four pounds sent by
mail, postage free.
Seed and (lower catalogues for distribu
tion. mh 28
300
BARRELS POTATOES
FOR SEED.
GENUINE EARLY GOODRICH,
EARLY DYKEMAN,
MICHIGAN WHITE SPROUT,
WHITE MERCER,
JACKSON WHITE,
BUCKEYE,
HARISUN,
CUZCO,
WHITE PEACH-BLOW,
NANSEMONI) SWEET POTATOES.
Dr sale by ALLISON k ADDISON,
mh 24 1320 Cary street.
^EED OATS.?1,500 bushels of SEED
j OATS in store and for sale by
CHARLES HOWARD,
mh 24 corner Cary and Fifteenth streets.
SLOVER SEED.?Choice Ohio CLOVER
J SEED for sale by
mh IS ROBERT F. WILLIAMS k CO.
CEED POTATOES.
O GOODRICH,
JACKSON WHITE,
SEHEC, STOW,
PEACH-BLOW,
CHILI RED,"
MERCER, DYKEMAN,
PRINCE ALBERTS.
WOODS, FAY & REEI),
mhl7 - 16 Fifteenth street.
pLOVER SEED.?BEST OHIO ~CLO
\J YER SEED, clean, free from Impurities,
and sold low. The best in the market.
WOODS, FAY & REEI),
rah 17 16 Fifteenth street.
Grass seeds, grass seeds.?
Timothy, Orc hard Grass, Herds Grass,
Kentucky Blue Grass. A full supply in store
and for sale by
mil 14 ALLISON ii ADDISON.
VIRGINIA NURS ERRAND WINE
COMPANY.
JACOB FULLER, President.
L. W. ROSE, Treasurer.
JOHN M. ALLAN, Secretary.
J. D. H. ROSS, ra
KOBT. P. RICHARDSON, $ directors.
HERMITAGE NURSERIES,
Richmond, Va.,
offer for spring planting a large and complete
assortment of
Appi.b, Peach, Dwarp, and Standard Pear,
Plcm, Cherry, Aprtcot, and other
FRUIT TREES.
Catawba, Isabella, Concord, Norton, Iveb,
Delaware, Ioxa, and all the leading
varieties of
GRAPE VINES.
Also, a full assortment of
Strawberry, Raspberry, Goobebrkry,
Blackberry, Cckrant, and all other small
fruits;
Abparaocb Roots;
Evehorrkxh and other Ornamental Trbrs.
Catalogues sent on application. Address
ALLAN ii JOHNSON,
General Agents,
ja 28?3m Box 438, Richmond, "V a.
Fertilizers,
100 IuanoGENUINE PERUVIAN
5o tons Woolston's AM3IONIATED BONE
PHOSPHATE,
in store and lor sale at lowest rates,
mh 31?2w HARVEYS a WILLIAMS.
PHCENIX GUANO.-In store and to
arrive, 100 tons of this valuable fertilizer,
said to be equal to Peruvian Guano. Price,
$56per ton.
S. P. LATHROP, Agent,
mh 31 Eighteenth street, south side dock.
n UANO, GUANO.
\JT No 1 PERUVIAN,
SOLUBLE PHOSPHO PERUVIAN, and
AMMONI ATF.1) SOLUBLE PACIFIC,
just received aud for sale bv
mh 30?2w ARMISTEAD & CARY.
PERUVIAN GUANO.?120 tons No. 1
PKRU\ IAN GUANO, direct from the
Peruvian agent, now landing, and for sale by
CHARLES HOWARD,
? mh 24 corner Gary and Fifteenth streets.
G1 UANO.?100 tons No. 1 PERUVIAN
JT GUANO receiving this day direct from
the Government agent. For sale at lowest
market rates. ALLISON St ADDISON,
mh 23 1320 Cary street.
GUANO, GUANO?Genuine No. 1
PERUVIAN GUANO just received
and for sa.le by
ROBERT F. WILLIAMS & CO.,
mh 19 Fourteenth and Gary streets.
r\ UANO, GUANO.?A carRo of No. 1
VjT PERUVIAN GUANO Just received
and for sale by GEORGE LEE & CO.,
mh 4 fourteenth street, below Cary.
TnOMAS F. GOODE, ATTORNEY
AT LAW, Boydton, Mecklenburg county,
Virginia.
Courts.? Mecklenburg, Lunenburg, and
Brunswick, oud the United States Court* at
Richmoud. mh a?Im#
THE DISPATCH.
TERMS OF ADVERTISING:
OAS0?JRVABIABI.T I* ADTAKOI.J
Ona gqnare, one Insertion, 75c.; ona sqnara;
two insertions, $1.25 ; one square, three ins-r
tions, #1.76; one square, six insertions #/, j
one square, twelve insertions, $6.60; ont?
sqnare, one month, #10; one square, two
months, #18; one square, three months, #25.
Shipping.
F)R PHILADELPHIA.?The steamer
NORFOLK, Captain Yaxcb,?*?1 . ?
now lying at her berth in the?!
dock, will receive freight for the<i?aaHi
above port till 12 o'clock TO-DAY. Freight
taken for Norfolk at moderate rates. Passage
to Philadelphia, Including meals and state
rooms, #lo.
The steamers of this line will now run regu
larly, leaving Philadelphia SATURDAYS,
and Richmond every FRIDAY.
W. P. PORTER, Agent.
Office No. 2426 on the dock. ap 4?It
FOR NEW YORK-OLD DOMINION
STEAMSHIP COMPANY?
The new and elegant side-wheel^nMMb
a^f*p?3hipSARATOGA, Captain Alexa.yd8R,
will leave her wharf at Rocketts on SUNDAY,
April 5th, &t 11 o'clock A. M. Freight received
op to 6 o'clock P. M. SATURDAY. Fare to
0 *12r ^und tickets, #20. Steerage,
Through hills signed to Boston. Insurance
effected at lowest rates. Apply to
SAMUEL AY RES k CO.,
ap 4 3t Eleventh and Main streets.
For boston?first vessel.?
The superior fast-sailing schooner -fc"3a.
NELLIE BROWN, Ham., master,
having the larger portion of her airgo^Mfi
engaged, will have quick dispatch. For ba
lance of freight apply to
CROWELL at CURRIE,
corner Eighteenth and Cary streets,
ap 3?2t ?
FOR "BALTIMORE, SAVANNAH.
AND B O S T O N.-Semi-,
weo_l7 Line?Powhatan Steam-,
boat Ocm'.any?Cheapest Route?,
Freight Induced?No Charge for Wharfage
by this Line?No Transhipment of Goods?
LeavGa Laltimore every Wednesday and Sa
tu. day?Loaves Richmond every Tuesday
and Saturday at Z o'clock P. M.?Steamer PE
TELULURG-, Captain Robert Tkavbrk, will
leave he. a cnSAl (JiiDAY at ti P. M. Freight
recei:ed ovary day (Sunday excepted) up to 6
o'clock TJ. This steamer has splendid
saloons, o.atorooms, and passenger accommo
dations. Fare reduced to THREE DOL
LARS. Iviaals and staterooms extra. For
freight or ^.aosage apply to
WILLIAM P. BRETT.
Office at Charles T. Wortham k Co.'s,
ap 3?2t Flftedtoth street.
FOR LIVERPOOL.?The A 1 ship "Aul
GUSTA" is now loading In Nor- .-a.
folk, to which port we have made ar
rangementa for the transportation of*2ssS;
freight at alow rate. Shippers will apply to
mh Sl-2w UASKIE k BROTHERS.
Notice to shippers.?The boats
of the JAMES RIVERJ
AND KANAWHA CAN A.
COMPANY will leave the dock as usual
promptly at 12 o'clock M. on TUESDAYS,
THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS.
Freight and tolls on goods for Lynchbnrg
and beyond collected on delivery, or prepaid,
at the option of theshipper. Freight, received
and delivered at my office, on the dock.
Way Freight will not- be delivered till
charges are paid.
Boats locked and insured,
de 11 EDWARD DILLON, Agent.
Steamers.
For new YORK?old dominion
STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Tho splendid new side-wheel,
steamships ALBEMARLE, SA-,
RATOOA, HATTERAS, NI-'
AGARA, and VIRGINIA, leave New York
for Richmond direct every TUESDAY,
THURSDAY, and SATURDAY. Leave Rich
mond every TUESDAY, FRIDAY, and SUN
DAY, at high water.
Theseships are entirely new, and were built
?xpressiy for this route. They have splendid
laloons and staterooms, and the fare, accom
nodations, and attention, are unsurpassed.
Goods shipped by this line are landed regn
arly at New York on the Company's covered
pier 37 North river, within forty-eight hours.
Insurance eileeted at lowest rates when or
lered.
Freghts for points beyond New York for
warded with dispatch, and no charge made
sxcept for actual expenses incurred.
The steamers for Charleston, Savannah,
New Orleans, and other southern ports, leave
from the adjoining pier. All goods for these
points are promptly transferred without ex
posare.
Auk.vts.?N. L. McCready, president, 1S7
Greenwich street, New York; Samuel Ayres
Si Co., Richmond, Va.; John M. West, City
Point and Petersburg; T. H. Webb, Norfolk,
Va.
For freight or passage apply to
SAMUEL AYRES & CO., Agents,
de 4 corner Main and Eleventh streets.
Philadelphia, Richmond
AND NORFOLK STEAM
SHIP LINE.?Steamers NOR-,
FOLK and ALEX A NDltlA,
composing this line, will leave'
Philadelphia every SATURDAY, and Rich
mond every FRIDAY, alternately.
Freight taken for NORFOLK, also for
CHARLESTON, SAVANNAH, nud NEW
ORLEANS, and billsof lading signed through.
Passage to Philadelphia, including meals and
stateroom, $10. W. P. PORTER, Agent,
oc 81 Olllce No. 2425 on the Dock.
FOR NORFOLK, PORTSMOUTH
AND ALL LANDINGS ONi
THE JAMES RIVER.?The fustj
and elegant steamer ANTE-1
L OPK, Captain Z. O. Giffobd, leaves her
wharf at Rocketts for above-named places on
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY at
3 o'clock A. M., and returns on Tuesday,
Thursday, and Saturday.
PASSENGERS arrive at NORFOLK in
time to connect with steamers for BALTI
MORE and POINTS NORTH.
TRAIN leaves CITY POINT for PETERS
BURG on arrival of STEAMER.
Fare to Norfolk, $2.50.
FREIGHT
received up to 6Xi P. M. dally for BOSTON.
BALTIMORE, principal LANDINGS ON
CHESAPEAKE BAY AND ALL LAND
INGS ON JAMES RIVER at reasonable
rates.
Freight for way landings most be pre-paid.
Letters entrusted to parser of steamer must
be enclosed In a Government stamped enve
lope.
Apply to L. B. TATUM, Agent,
mh 21 Office, Steamer's wharf.
Horses and Mules for fa ale.
For sale, ten well.^
BROKE YOUNG MULES. If^B*
not sold privately before SATUR- ^jL_
DAY the 4th of April next, we will?w"11*
sell on that day, at 10 o'clock, at the horse
lot, on Council Chamber Hill, In the city of
Richmond, TEN FIRST-CLASS YOUNG
MULES, all well broke and used to farm
work. Also, one good, large WAGON and
ten sets of PLOUGH GEAR. The mules
will be sold on a credit of three months for
good paper. They can be seen at Cosby's
stable, on Second street between Grace aiid
Broad streets.
WM. P. Si BLAIR BUHWELL, Jk.
mh 31?d&swTuFJtS
^OTICE-MULES AND HORSES ?
acco ?
change Livery and Sale Stables,*
Franklin street, ONE HUNDRED MULKS
and HORSES, amongst them some broke
mules, and several pairs of No. 1 coach horses,
und mares suitable for farm purposes,
mh 31 JOHN B. DAVIS.
Just arrived, and for sale on very
accommodating terms, at the Ex
llarN
n7\
Mi' linery.
"YTISS R. G. McLEMORE haa removed
JjJL from the corner of Broad and Fourth
streets to No. SIS MAIN STREET, adjoining
the Spotewood Hotel.
She returns thanks to her many patrons for
their former encouragement, and hopes to
merit a full share of the same in the future,
ap 3?3t
SPRING FASHIONS.?Mrs. N. C.
BARTON'S assortmentof SPRING
MILLINERY consists of the usual Ya-iwM)
riety, together with many NOVEL- ly*
TIES; all of good quality. Her PATTERN"
BONNETS are from New Orleans, Baltimore,
and New York.
City and country patronage solicited.
Rooms over J. H. Tyler & Oo.'s jewelry store,
1312 Malu street. mh 31?eodflt*
^HRGINIA HOTEL.
GOODSON-BRISTOL, VA- A TENN
This hotel, situated immediately
the depots of Virginia and Tennessee and Jhast
Tennessee and Virginia railroads.
for boarders during the summer mo ths.
This is one of th? healthiest
of the most pleasant summer resort# in the
SBaardper month, including everything ex
cept washlug. Children under tea years,
and serrants, *l7j^HN L LIG0N, J*.,
ap 2?dtJeloth Proprietor.
HAVANA CIGARS.?Juafc received, a
lot of very line HAVANA CIGARS.
OSCAR CRANZ,
No. 2 Exchange Block, Fourteenth ftfvcL
ap3-3l *'*

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