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]\(OKPAY? ? JUNE 22, 186S.
? r v j?,TT.Kn and Grant.?These two worthies, f(ftcr ? brief and unnatural estrangement, ] five, vc hear, at last coalesced, like kin lr0,l '6t reams meeting into one. The recon viction is said to have been of the most Meeting character, and healths wers drank with much enthusiasm. The conditions of the alliance arc matters of conjecture. It js sported that General Grant makes-the in the matter of Butler being u bot ,W up," *bc gunpowder experiment at Fort pi^hcr. and the other allusions which West Pinters are bo apt to make in reference to volunteers. General Grant also certifies jlutler to be a skilful soldier; and Butler silted on his personal honor that Grant is a Vim of luminous intellect, a great strategist and statesman, and that the difficulties in ,j,e war of an exchange sprung not from (jrant, but from the rebels. His card some vrftr* ago on this subject was written iinder a mistake. 44 How pleasant it is for brethren thus to dwell together in unity " 1 y'atitmal Intelligencer. A Decision as to Promissory Notes.? The Supreme Court lias decided upon a writ pformr that a promissory note is rendered v?j,l by any change of date after its deli very. In the case on trial it appeared on tiie fncc of the note that44 September" had l ecn stricken out and "October 11" substi tuteii as the date, after one of the parties L id signed the note, and without his know leigc or consent. The court showed that it a rule of the common law, as far hack as the reign of iEdward III., that an erasure in a deed voids it; and the same rule had been held as applicable to com mercial paper?it having been established in V>oth English and Amei*ican jurispru dence that a material alteration in any commercial paper without the consent of the party signing to the change -extin guishes his liability. The alteration of the date, whether to hasten or delay the limc of payment, lias been uniformly held to ho material. To prevent and punish Mich tampering, the law does not permit the plaintiff to fall back upon the contract hg ii was originally. In pursuance of a stern but wise policy, it annuls the instru ment as to the party sought to be wronged. yVtc York Times. Washington, June 19.?The House Com mittee on Roods and Canals have agreed to report a general bill providing for the bridgiug of navigable rivers, under the pencral power of Congress to regulate com merce. General Grant will start on his western tour in a day or two, accompanied by his family and General Dent. He will go as far as Cheyenne City, and will probably be absent some weeks. It will be of considerable interest to rail rood companies to learn that the Committee mi Patents have decided to report against the extension of both the Atwood and the ilTashburne car-wheel patents. A New Stamp for Whiskey Barrels.? A new stamp for whiskey barrels, showing that the tax has been paid, prepared by Mr. S. M. Clarke, superintendent of the Printing Bureau, has been approved by the < oinmittee on Ways and Meaus. The stamp b composed of two pieces of paper, so that it cannot be taken from the barrel without mutilation. The series of such stamps are seven in number, with figures denoting the number of gallons, which are easily and conveniently checked, in connection with coupons. Thb Strength of the Whiskey Ring. Forney's Chronicle says : 44 It is now un derstood that the Committee of Ways and Means will not be able to complete the sepa rate tax bill ordered by the House until next week. Considerable time will neces sarily be required in its discussion, and doubts are expressed in some quarters that it will be passed, as many congressmen are now anxious to leave for home." Crops.'?The crops, that wore so promis ing a lew weeks back, have been badly damaged already by the severe drought to which they have been subjected for weeks. At present our prospects for rain are better than for stfme time. A few more days of parching sun, without any rain, the crops will be almost entirely lost. Yesterday we met planters from different sections around Montgomery, and all agree that the crop both of corn and cotton had already been cut short. Some localities complain of the worm iu the cotton. A good rain is much needed.?Montgomery (Ala.) Mail, June 16. Anniversary of the Sinking of the Ai.ahama?The Trial of Samuei, An drkws.?Boston, June 19.?The officers at the navy-yard celebrated the fourth anni versary of the sinking of the Alabama by the Kearsarge to-day by a dinner on board the receiving ship. The trial of Andrews for the murder of Holmes will not take place before Novem ber. It is understood that the grand jury lorn fouud au indictment for wilful mur der. A Tragedy.?"We understand that on last Wednesday morning a tragical affair oc curred in the western part of this county. The parties in the affair were Mr. George Clowser, a citizen of the county, residing in Petticoat Gap, and a man named Sea crist, a native of Georgia, but who has been living here for some time. It appears that Seucrist was suspected of haying improper intimacy with Clowser's wife, and on Wednesday morning Clowser pretended to Mart for Winchester, but upon returning found Seocrist and his wife-together in the woods. Being exasperated, he fired on Sea critst, the shot taking effect; ho fired a se cond shot, which killed him. He was then about to kill the guilty woman, but she, throwing her nrms about his neck, begged him to spare her life for the sake of her children. He could not overcome this ap peal. On Wednesday Mr. Clowser came to Winchester and surrendered himself to the proper authorities, and is now confuted in jail.? Winchester News. A Frightful Tragedy at Ten-milk Bayou, Ark.?A frightful deed of blood tviis perpetrated on Colonel P. C. Bethel's Plantation, on Ten-mile Bayou, back of Hopefield, Ark., yesterday forenoon. A "'au named Thomas Collier, of Hopefield, quarrelled with young Bethel, a nephew of the gentleman above named. The result was the shooting of Bethel through the head and breast with a- double-barreled idiot-gun. The shot in the head carried away a large portion of the skull, causing, almost instant death. We have obtained no details of the terrible affair. Collier is said to be a desperado, who has already kill ed three men. He rode in from the bayou to Hopefield yesterday in the ear containing, the corpse, standing near it in a threaten ing attitude, with a loaded eun in his hand, lie was not arrested at met accounts.? Memphis Avalanche, June 16. ? ? The Boston National Hide and Lea ther Bank.?The exact amoupt of defal cation of this bank is ascertained to be *575,000, which sweeps away the surplus of *350,000 and leaves a deficit in the capital stock of $225,000.?Boston Journal, June m. <-,ri ;it " ? ? ?r - . ?>- s. ? i; ? J * ^ It is stated that Vallandighain will soon ?tart a daily newspaper iu Cincinnati as the exponent of pure Democratic''senti tneut as ho understands it. It is to bo t*Ued the Herald. oUr " >: Xach. Jacob, Esq., of Wheeling, died.on the 17th, in the seventy-fourth year of his London, toe lO.^Mdniyht^ln the 5?U8? of" &?da this ?Tuning the Earl jof El I en borough, in some rem ark 8 on the Abyssinian expedition, suggested that, on account of the unusual character of the service performed by the troops, special honors should be conferred upon them on their return from the scene of the exploit. Earl of Malmesbury, Lord Privy Seal, in replying, said that the Ministry had not yet considered the subject^ The Duke of Cambridge, commander-in chief of the army, expressed the opinion that the award of unusual honors to the Abyssinian expedition would Tie a bad pre cedent. ' The subject was then dropped. " The London Telegraph has been con demned In ?>960 for the publication ofj a libel. London, June 19.?-T^e announbeinent that Prince Milan, nephew of Prince Mi chel, has assumed the governorship of Ser via was premature, it is stated" that the Powers nave agreed to allow Servia to choose her own ruler, aid the Prince Milan will undoubtedly be selected. Vienna, Jnne 19.?Negotiations have been renewed between Austria and Italy for the final disposition of the art treasures at Venice. The Emperor Francis and Baron Buest are about to make a visit to Prague, the capital of Bohemia. Offer of Compromise.?To .the Occu pants of my Estate: After thirty-five years of litigation, which has terminated fully, finally, and in every particular in"" my favor by the decision of the Supreme Court' of the United States rendered in April, 1868, I now again, in. former years, reiterate my desire to compromise on libe ral terms, and invite all those who feel dis posed to take advantage of this, my last offer, to come forward and enter into a final settlement. The futility of any further opposition will appear obvious. Myra Clark Gaines, No. 196 Camp Btreet, June 13,1868. . A general council of the Catholic Church throughout the world is authoritatively an nounced to take place at Rome during'the next or the ensuing winter. This council, it is stated, will be deliberative in its character, and will be the first general council of the Catholic Church that has been held since the famous Council of Trent. The objects of this grand council are said to be political rather than religious. Cardi nal Manning, in England, asserts that the Church is to take ground, onco for all, against the alleged infidel and revolutionary tendencies of the times, and interpose as a bulwark against anarchy and the dissolu tion of society. Waste of Coal by Exposure.?Accord ing to the experiments of Grundmann, in Germany, coal exposed to the weather in heaps for nine months lose fifty per cent, of its value for fuel, and nearly as much as a gas-making material. It suifers a slow combustion, taking up oxygen, and giving off the volatile products of oxidation under the operation of air, moisture, and warmth. The combustible ingredients are lost, while the worthless ones, such as sulphur and oxygen, aro relatively increased. An Example for Hunnicutt.?An as sociation has just been formed here to be known as the " Howard Fraternal Union," composed entirely of colored men, whose object is to secure a homestead for General Howard as a testimonial from the colored people of the United States for the valuable services that lie has rendered the race. The scheme is to raise $30,000 from the colored people alone, no one person to be allowed to contribute more than one cent.?Forney's Chronicle. Land Sales.?" Gordonsdale," the farm of Dr. Robert E. Peyton, near the Plains, has been sold to General Benjamin Huger, of South Carolina, for $16,500. The farm of M. J. Follin, near New Bal timore, containing 135 acres, has been sold to I)r. II. Frost, of Charleston, for $4,000. IVarrenton Index, John Breckinridge has been stirring up things generally in Buckingham and there abouts. On Thursday, at New Market, ho met the late dusky member of the Conven tion from Buckingham, a fellow named Frank Moss, and gave him some home thrusts. Breckinridge will speak at Nelson Station on Tuesday, 23d; at Front Royal, Warren county, on Thursday, 25th; and at Berry ville, Clarke county, on Saturday, 27th of June.?Lynchburg Republican, Summoning Jurymen.?Captain Magru der, deputy sheriff of Henrico, was in the city yesterday summoning ? twenty-five talesmen to serve on a jury to try James Jeter Phillips. Some of the parties sum moned from this place leave this morning. Alexandria Journal, 20th, A Nut for Northerners to Crack.? Rev. Mr. Walker, a Baptist clergyman, over sixty years of age, walked from Ca tawba to Salem, a distance of ten miles, last Sunday, to preach to the colored peo ple, who had given him an invitation to do so. The old gentleman had been a sufferer by the war, and being unable to procure a horse to ride, walked the whole distance to preach to those people, nearly every one of wliom have voted and will vote against the white man's interest.- Is not this " re turning good for evil" ? What do the northern folks think of snch cruelty to the negroes ? Mr. Walker is a .Conservative.? Roanoke Times, The number of persons, especially from he North, now seeking lands in our com munity, is unprecedented. They appear to :>e men who have not imbibed the idea that Virginia' is a land of demi-savages and jlodless barbarians. . We welcome all such in our midst, knowing that time will con vince them of the falsity of their preju lices against us.?Warrenton Index, Overtures have been made to colored ten in Baltimore to canvass Virginia ^airrst the Constitution, and as high as 150 per month has been offered thom for lis work, but in no single . instance have e. heard of its acceptance.?Baltimore I merican, * A gentleman named Arthur Jordan, re nding in the parish of Saint Brides, a short Jistance from Norfolk, was killed on the spot by a stroke of lightning on Wednes day. ? We understand that Hon. William M. EvartH has declined to accept the position of Attorney-General, tendered him by the President.?National Intelligencer. General Capron, Commissioner of Agri culture at Washington, intends to try to bring the steam-plow into general use in this country. Gerrit Smith is in favor of Chase's elec tion as President, and promises to vote for him. COMMISSIOX MHICHAXT8. M. WILSON, COMMISSION MER hmss&gmxsi. ? iia* ? BYANT, TOBAOOO?^ fttlon&l Bank of >on Messrs. H. .V'-"' " : TBfj&felPigtg&EWS. IATEW 5EWH FltOM WAalnyOTOI SperfttTelegrmt to the Dispatch.- - *R. M'CULI?0CH DENIES THAT H* BB8SGKBD? HIS ABSENCE PROM THE CABINET DESIRED BY THE PRESIDENT, ? | ; ' Washington, Juno 20,18(58. The announcement yesterday, in an au thoritative manner, that Mr. "McCnlloch had resigned as Secretary of the Treasury, was afterwards contradicted by Mr. SIcCul- j loch himself, through the Associated;Press ' tmnx - Agent. It is nevertheless the ffcet that there was some ground for believing'that the Secre tary hod resigned. Influential Democrats have for some time past been urging the President to get rid of McCulloch-, who, whilst professing to be a devoted friend of | Mr. Johnson, fosters and sustains his ene mies, especially in the distribution of the patronage of' the Treasury Department. This is notorious, and has been brought to the knowledge of the President In specified I instances from time to time for months' past. Mr. McCulloch, in a word, has been en tirely inconsistent with his nominal status as a friend of the President, and he is well aware that Mr, Johnson would be relieved of much embarrassment with his true friends were McCulloch to formally tender his resignation. But the ' Secretary has about as strong a penchant for official power as ex-Secretary Stanton evinced, and, like the latter,remains in the Cabinet, when he cannot but know he is not wanted there by the Executive. There is reason to believe Mr. McCulloch will shortly lave presented to him such unmistakable evi dences of the President's desire that he will be compelled to retire from the Cabi net. Wallace. - 'npi II | Radical Nominations In Hanover. Special telegram to the Dispatch. Ashland, June 20. ' - The negro Radical county convention which met here to-day nominated Ira Ayer and General Williams C. Wickhnm as can didates for the Virginia House of Delegates. This nomination will produoe great dissatis faction among the negroes of the county, both Ayer and Wickham having refused to run on a ticket with Burwell Toler, negro delegate to the late Convention. Old " Bob JohnBon " refuses to submit. H. Congressional. Washington, June 20.?Bouse.?The House was occupied with unimportant mat ters until the veto message was received. The Arkansas bill was-immediately passed over it by 110 to 31. It was a strict party vote, except Stewart (Democrat), of New York, who voted with the Republicans. The Kentucky contested election cose came up, and was discussed until adjourn ment. Senate.?A petition was presented from 1,300 printers and bookbinders of New York, representing American industry para lyzed by cheap foreign labor, asking a pro tective tariff. A Bimilar petition was pre sented from Delaware laborers and citizens. The bill dividing Illinois into two judi cial districts, with courts at Cairo and Springfield, was passed. A large number of pension bills were passed. Without acting on the veto message, the Senate, after an executive session, ad journed. FROH WASHINGTON. The Tax Bill?Reduction on Whiskey and Tobacco?The Expected Amnesty Procla mation?Pardon of General Reth,'<?c. Washington, June 20.?The tax bill re ported to-day comes up Monday, and will occupy the House without interruption until it is.concluded. It reduces the whis key tax to sixty cents, and tobacco from forty .to-thirty cents. It is elaborate in its details for the mode of collecting the revenue. It is probable that a General Amnesty will be proclaimed by the President on the 4th of July. The President has nominated Richard W. Millen collector of customs for the Teche district of Louisiana, and Henry C. Meyers to be receiver of moneys at the land office at Nachifoches. The President has pardoned General H. Heth, the Confederate General. The corruption committee continues ex amining witnesses. VETO OF THE ARKANSAS BUX. The Admission of Arkansas " Outside the Constitution "?The Fundamental Condi tions Objectionable to the State Voters No Lasting Peace from such Legisla tion?A Return to the Constitutional mode Recommended, &c. Washington, June 20.?-The President to-day sent a message to Congress vetoing the bill admitting Arkansas into the Union. The message says that the approval of the bill would be an admission that the. acts for the more efficient government of the rebel States, and the acts supplementary thereto, were proper and constitutional, whereas the President's opinion is unchanged in this re spect save that it is rather strengthened by the results attending their execution. If Arkansas is not a State, this bill doesn't admit her. If she is a State, no legislation is necessary to her representation in Con gress. Each House, under the Constitu tion, judges the election returns and the qualifications of its own members, and nothing is necessary to^ restore Arkansas but a decision by each House upon the eligibility of those presenting their credentials as representatives. Thisis the plain and simple plan of the Constitution. Had it been adopted in 1865 instead, of le gislation of donbtful constitutionality, and therefore unwise and dangerous; restora tion would long' since have been accom plished. The President again recommends the.adoption of the constitutional plan. The terms proposed in the bill arescarce ly applicable to a Territoiy?certainly not to a State which has occupied & place in the Union over a quarter of a century. The President is unable to find authority for the conditions of the bill in* the Federal Con stitution. The eleetive franchise is reserved by,the Constitution to theStates themselves. The hill fails to provide how Arkansas shall signify her acceptance of the fundamental by I Constitution has been ratified according to i the law assumed to be in force before its adoption. i * -v * -2TJ The Arkansas Constitution restricts fran chise on its ratification by tests unknown in the reconstruction acts, amiamong them is the acceptance of the civil and-political, rights of all men. It is well known that a large portion, if not a large majority, of the electors do not accept ibis. test;, and if applied to voters at the North, there Is rea son to believe many of them would remain away from the polls rather than comply with its degrading conditions. The Presi-j dent concludes as follows: u Should the people Of Arkansas ,rthere fore, desiring to regulate the State OlectiTe franchise so as to make it conform to the Constitutions of a large proportion of the States of thO North and West, modify Che provisions referred to in the fundamental condition, what is to be the consequence? Is it intended that a denial of representa tion shall follow j and if wj mf- wt not dread at gome future day s recurrence cf the troubles -which "hare long, agitated the country? Would it not he' me part of wis dom to lake %r 'our guide -the Federal Con-; stitution rather than resort to measures which, looking only to the present, may in a few years renew'in an aggravated form the strife and bitterness caused by legisla tion which has proved to be ill-timed and unfortunate Eltietlon of United States Senator for Florida. Tallahassee, Fla., "June 20.?The Le gislature td-day elected Abijah Gilbert (Radical) as United- States Senator from March, 1869. Thevote stood 48to 21. In the afternoon session a majority of mem bers were granted leaves of absence till July 7th. In the mean time the minority will meet and adjourn. The Alabama " Legislature" about to Amemble-The Crops, dee. Montgomery, Ala.^ June 20.?The members of the Legislature elected nnder the reconstruction law are arriving, in an ticipation of the passage of the omnibus bill by Congress. None but Radicals were elected, as the. Democrats acted on the sug gestion of the reconstruction law, and de feated the Constitution by not voting. The New Government of Georgia? i-~ Crops. Atlanta, Ga., June 20.?Governor Bul lock has just arrived from Washington, and it is rumored that the Legislature will be convened on the 4th of July. There have been fine rains, and the crops ore looking up. ' ? The South American War?Failnre of the AsaaalKs on Ilnmnlta. Paris, France, June 20.?The mail Bteamer from Rio Janeiro reports that after repeated assaults the Allies had deter mined to reduce Humaita by seige. The Paraguayans were united in their support of Lopez and the war. California Affairs ? Railroad Acci dent?The Wheat Crop. San Francisco, June 20.?A rock slide on the Central Pacific railroad yesterday killed several Chinese. The first train on the road reached Reno yesterday. Nine thousand men are em ployed in the construction of the road. Three charters have been effected for the first grain cargoes to Liverpool at 3d. Steamtng Explosion. New York, June 20.?A steamtug having a barge in tow exploded this morning off pier No. 1, EaBt river. The tug sunk, and one of her orew was drowned. All of the crew were more or less injured. Fatal Accident. Portland, Me., June 20.?A boat con taining eight men was capsized yesterday, and five of them (a11 Frenchmen) drowned. Four leave families. The Regatta at New York. New York, June 20.?The Gussie, of forty tonB, sailed forty miles in four hours yes terday, winning the Regatta cup. In Memorlam. Paris, France, June 20.?A grand re quiem was held yesterday in memory of Maximilian, Miramon, and Carlotta. Many Mexicans were present. ? Domestic Markets. New York, June 20. ? Noon.?Gold, 1403>?. 5-20's, '62, coupons, 113^. Vir ginia 6's, ex-coupons, 58; new do., 57^. Tennessee 6's, ex-coupons, 75^; new, 72^". North Carolina 6's, ex-coupons, 72^; new do., 70)^. Flour 10c. lower. Wheat quiet. Corn lcT lower. Pork dull at $28.25. Lard drooping ; steam, 17^@17)^. Cotton quiet at 31c. Turpentine firm at 463^@47c. Rosin quiet; common to good strained, $3.12^@$3.20. Evening.?Cotton steady; uplands, 31c.; sales of 1,500 hales. Flour, 10@15c. lower ; superfine to extra State, $7.90@$8.75. Wheat dull. Corn?Mixed western, $1.05 @$1.07. Whiskey dull and nominal. Other articles unchanged. Money easy and dull at 3@5c. Gold, M0}?140%. Sterling dull at llO^. Governments steady. Baltimore, June 20.?Virginia 6's, in scribed, 45L<@4G. North Carolina 6's, 73W asked. Cotton firm at 31c. Flour dull and nominal. Wheat very dull. Corn firm; white, $1.12@$1.14; yellow, $1.10@$1.12. Gats dull and unchanged. Rye, $1.60@ $1.75. Washington, June 20.?The western' markets show no important change. Wilmington, N. C., June 20.?Spirits turpentine nominal at 40c. Rosins?Lower grades in demand, with a light stock; strained, $2.20; No. 2, $2.25 ; No. 1, $4 ; pale, $6.50. Cotton firmer; middlings, 273^0. Tar firm at $4.75. Charleston, June 20.?Cotton quiet; sales, 100 bales; receipts, 87 bales; ex ports, coastwise, 537 bales; middlings, 29)?@30c. Augusta, June20.?Cotton firmer; sales, 75 bales ; middling, 30c. Savannah, June 20.?Cotton firm but nothing doing, holders asking too high; mid dlings, 303?@31c.; receipts, 73 bales. . Morlle, June 20.?Cotton?nothing do ing and quotations nominal; receipts, 14 bales. New Orleans, June 20.?Cotton in moderate demand; middlings, 29)?c.; sales, 250 bales; receipts, 100 bales. Su; gar and molasses nominally unchanged. Foreign Markets. London, June 20.?Noon.?There is a holiday, and no markets to-day. Frankfort, June 20.?United States bonds, 77%@77&. Liverpool, June 20.?Noon.?Cotton firmer but unchanged; estimated sales, 15,000 bales. Sugar, 26s, 3d. Liverpool, June 20.?Evening.?Cotton firmer; uplands, ll^d.; Orleans, ll%d.; sales, 15,000 bales. Corn, 13s. 8d. SEE0S9IM, FLORISTS, Ac. Q.ABDEN SEEDS FOR THE SEASON. TURNIP SEED?all the usual varieties; PLAT DUTCH and DRUMHEAD CABBAGE, LETTUCE, KALE, ?c., fresh and reliable. Je *0 ALLISON * ADDISON. "?FED POTATOES.? Peach-blows, Goodrich, Jackson Whites, Sebec, Stow, r, Dylceman. and other choice varieties. , , WOODS. PAY A REED, ap? 16 Fifteenth street. TOIJLET AB11CLES. gUPERIOB ENGLISH TOOTH BRUSHES, hair secure, made to order in London by one or the most celebrated manufacturers. A large and varied assortment just received and for sale by J. BLAIR, Druggist, Jew ttS Broad street. ? ? ? X> 0NDH0LDER8- JSOHTHSIBfi dRAIL JL> ROAD COMPANY are requested to connnn ? Ideate with Major J. ? A. Johnston, Petersburg, Vs., the character and amount of bonds thev bold, and the amount of past due interest now remaining unpaid, stating whether such bonds bear six or eight (fl or ft) per cent. Interest, and whether en dorsed by the otty of Petersburg, and when they are due. Major Johnston Is empowered to arrange for the exchange of bonds, and for the funding or the past due interest, upon terms that cannot foil to give vitality to the debt, And place it upon a basis of 'permanent value. Bondholders are urged to prompt action in this ^>Ma rmMew, LBA PARK 18 FOR SENT FORl JJJ THE SUMMER AND STALL MONTHS.!? at: very moderate rent to a good tenant who will take care of the property. A desirable arrangement may be made by imme diate application. Je 22?3t GRUBBS k WILLIAMS. For rent, that desirable^ and new RESIDENCE at the corner ofJEaL Franklin and Eighth street*, containing ten rooms, with closets, Ac., at present occupied by Mr. A. D. Cbockley. Possession given 1st July. Apply to Je to?lw KERSEY A DAVIS. "fTOR RENT, a comfortable BRICK\ JO HOUSE, No. 6 Marshall street, above! First, containing seven rooms ; good brick kitchen, stable, and oat-houses, all In perfect order. Gas and water on tW? premises. Possession given 1st of July. Apply to MARCUS HARRIS A BROTHER, je?9?3t No. 1323 Main street. F)R RENT, the DWELLING-HOUl_ on Seventh between Clay and liClgL?? streets, having nine rooms and all necessary out houses. A portion of the furniture can be rented with the house. Possession given on 24th instant. Apply to CURTIS A PARKER, No. Id Eighteenth-street, Je U?at between Main and Cary. .T7H)R RENT.?That splendid WARE X? HOUSE at present occupied bv Palmer, i??? Hartsook A Co., on Pearl street, will be for rent on the 1st of July. It has a handsome iron front, four stories above the basement. The basement Is dry and paved; has all the modern Improvements ; alley twenty feet wide to ship* from, which renders Jt one of the most desirable warehouses In the city. For terms, apply next door to Je 17?flawiw WINSTON A POTTERS. - F)R RENT, that very DWELLING situated on the northeast corner of Clay and Eleventh streets. It was For merly the residence of the late- John Caskic. and has recently been occupied by the United States Government as headquarters. This Is one of the most desirable residences In the city. It ls sup plied with gas and water, and has a very large and productive garden, with beautiful shrubbery. Pos session can be had on the first of Jnly. E. D. EACHO, Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer, No. 0 Fourteenth street, lietween Je 17?eod3t Main and Franklin. 77OR RENT, THAT COVENIENTLY-i J? ARRANGED STORE and BRICKJ DWELLING, on Seventh street between Broad and Grace, at present occupied by L. Lineman as a dyeing and scouring establishment, contain ing eight rooms, besides comfortable basement and ;tr garret rooms. Possession on the 1st of July. Ap "*> LOUTS KEPPLER, 12?t23Jc* First Market. WANm WANTED, A TUTOR IN ENGLISH, MATHEMATICS, and LATIN, at Rich mond College. Address lock box 42, Richmond. Je 22?MAW2t SECRETARY OF FACULTY.g WANTED, a.WET NURSE, without in cumbrance, to take charge of an infant ten days old. Testimonials as to character, xc~ re w DltlVT vv cumbrance, to take charge of an Infant ten dsrvs old. Testimonials as to character, xc~ re quired. Apply at 915 Main street. je 22?lw ANTED, by a young man of good character and steady habits, a chance to DRIVE A TEAM or to LEARN CIGAR-MA KING. Address X, at this office.' je 20?2t? 777ANTED, a WHITE WOMAN without Y Y Incumbrance to do the COOKING and WASHING for a family of six persons. Apply at my residence, on New.strect, or; my shop, No. 1417 Cary street. Je 20?2t? S. G. FLOURNOY. WANTED, to purchase a PIANO upon the following terms : Not to cost over $200. and to be paid for in monthly Instalments of 916. and probably $30 per mouth after the three first months?payments to be secured by a deed of trust upon the Instrument. Address l'or one week post olnce box 164. je 20?3t? WANTED, a first-class COACHSMITH, also a COACHBODY MAKER. I will pay Richmond and Baltimore prices?either piece or day work. Address JOHN C. MORRISON, Je IS?4t* Harrisonburg. Viu A WELL-EDUCATED AND WELL EXPERIENCED GERMAN FARMER de sires to take charge and the general management of a considerable farm. Less consideration will be taken for high wages than for good treatment and a comfortable home. Direct box 243, or Mon tlcello Hotel, on Broad street'between Sixth and Seventh streets, letters R. 8. je 18?lw? ANTED, THREE STONE MASONS. For particulars, apply to ? WOMbLE & JONES, No. 1210 Commercial Block. Cary street, Je 11?d3t AlawtlSJy * Richmond, Va. HE DAUGHTER OP AN EPISCOPAL CLERGYMAN, of Virginia, desires a situa tion as TEACHER. She is competent to teach the usual English branches, with Latin, and Music on the Piano. Address Miss N. H. MANN, care T. S. Coles, Esq., Charlottesville, Va. je 9?lm* m LOST AN? FOUND. Reward?horse stolen.? Tlicre was stolen out of my stable 011 last b'rlday night, June 12, a medium-sized BAY MAKE (dark legs with a whitish collai^mark near the point of her letf shoulder), seven years old. I will give $20 for any Information by which I may recover 'her, and $5o for her recovery and the ap prehension of the thief. WINGFIELD VIA, Je 22?3t Brown's Cove. STOLEN from my office, on Eighth street, at the head of the Basin, a GRAY SACK COAT, with a memorandum hook In the pocket. The memorandum book contained one negotiable note at twelve mouths for $265, drawn by J. K. Cren shaw and J. H. Montague to the order of R. 0. Gary, dated about the 1st of September, 1867; also several due bills and a lot of tickets. A liberal reward will be paid for the return of the above articles, or any portion of them, to Je 20?3t It. O. GARY. NOTICE is hereby given that I have made application for the renewal of a CERTIFI CATE. OF STOCK of the Old Dominion Iron and Nail "Works Company for 14? shares, said scrip having been lost. Je 1?M2m F. MARX. M. D. Lost, on franklin street be tween ADAMS AND FOUSHKE STREETS, on Saturday, 13th instant, a leather colored NEEDLE-ROOK containing a GOLD and ENAMELLED THIMBLE; both marked with initials E. G. A. If left at.113 west Franklin street a suitable reward,will be paid. Je 10?3t BAKERIES. J^OOK! LOOK! LOOK! Price of all kinds of CRACKERS down again at T. E. GILL'S LARGE BAKERY, NO. 530 BllOAD STREET. A liberal discount given to merchants and dealers. [Jen] Crackers, CRACKERS, CRACKERS, I CAKES, CAKES, CAKES, BREAD, BREAD, BREAD, baked dally, and made In the very best manner, of the best material, at J. C. BAGNALL'S BAKERY, 2208 Main street between Twenty-second and Twenty-third streets. Orders promptly attended to. Je 6 I; D. BRIGGS'S OLD ESTABLISHED ? RICHMOND BAKERY (ESTABLISHED 1854) IS NOW BAKING ONE-THIRD MORE THAN ANY OTHER ESTABLISHMENT IN THE CITY. STORES, 707 MAIN AND 516 BROAD STREET. Keeps constantly on hand all kinds of BREAD, CAKES, and CRACKERS. LIST OF PRICES OF CRACKERS AT WHOLESALE. Soda Crackers... lie. per lb. Butter Crackers.... lie. per lb. Oyster Crackers 11c.' per lb. Water Crackers 10c. per lb. Cream Ctackers 15c. per lb. Arrow Boot Crackers 15c. per lb. Sugar Crackers ..15c. per lb. Lemon Crackers 15c. per lb. Sugar Cakes soc. perioo Molasses Cakes . per 100 Splcennts Wc. per loo Cracker Dust 10c. per lb. N. B. ?All orders carefully attended to. J? 5 BANKS AN? BANKERS. TYICHMOND BANKING Xi AND INSURANCE COMPANY No. 1202, corner ofMaln and Twelfth streets, Richmond. Ya. STATE DEPOSITORY. JOHN B. DAVIS. President, JOHN F. C. POTTS, Secretary, JOHN C. DAVIS, Cashier, . T. B. STARKE, General Agent. BANKING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES. Particular attention paid to collections. Ffselnsaraaeeeffected on most reasonable terms. ? , SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. We pay 5 per cent, on deposits in tills department, and invite toe attention of all Interested. BOARD OF DIRECTORS. JOHN B. DAVIS, R. O. HASKINB. JOHN A. BELVIN, WM. IRA SMITH, : apss v ?'* v- '? ? 7 N ??>M EW METHOD OP WASHING . CLOTHES WITHOUT LABOR.?The AU ^MATIC CLOTHES-WASHER AND BOILER does the work in twenty minutes, Can he ntM on any stove or range. ItJ*aa been tborouu . and pronounced unequalled as n CLOTHE WASHER by the thousands who have It to use. For sale by GREGORY t ca, i jwiuujsta**, T4^y jvv' ?i-iv frtal b*4v:rM <&?>>&> \ r.t x mo1 Tf*- fyrlftft* ifeWOlW F aZTv^v'-s - gjfc I ' T IGHT CASSDIEBB FOB PANTS.? Jose received by express, a nice lot of new styles LIGHT CASSISEEKE, I .!....' *C j which we will make to order In latest styles. Call early. WM. IRA SMITH ft CO., i Jc2S , .. . *> 1303Main street! T INEN AND ALPACA COATS 1*0 MAIS STREET. '[ FINE CLOTHS AND CASSIMERES at 1300 Main street, j GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, ALL KINDS, at 1*0 Main street. ~ j PEMBROKE WHITE DRESS SHIRTS ? at 1*0 Main street. CLOTHING AND SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER at 1*0 Main street. CALL AT THE OLD STAND, 1300 Main street. E. B. SPEWCE, Agent, je 19?lm Merchant Tailor. I B BARGAINS FOR THE WEEK : I : at I BA LDWIN'S. CASSIMEItE SUITS?ALL WOOL... *&oo MELTON. SUITS .....10 00 BLACK CLOTH. 8UITS 80 00 ?WALKING COATS, ALL PRICES. , : [JO 18] i KiT MAIN STREET.?CIX)THING IDll FOR 8PRING, CLOTHING^FOR SUMMER, and all kinds of READY-MADE CLOTHING In style at reduced Prttcs. ; Boys' Clothing, Yonths' Clothing, Snlto for cdll- . dren three years and upwards; GarlbaldU, Uta- I marcks, Alpaca; aud Linen Suits at $2.50, for J youths of all sizes. Always on hand, acwefully selected stock of CASSIMERES, VESTlNGS, of the latest style. CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER. wTTPwr<m Also on hand, a large a^rtment of iTOTHSH ING GOODS, now style of HATS, TRUNh^ lIM B It ELL AS, CARPET-BAG8, VALISES, ftc., at Richmond Clothing HalL ? - ? ' _ ? _ my 23 JULIUS KKAKER. Merchant Tailor. r, COMPLETE, AND EXTENSIVE STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING r . MARVELLOUSLY LOW PRICES M. W. ROSE'S, 123 Broad street, corner or fourth. Also, the largest and most varied stock Ox 'OENWFUP.NISHING GOODS, HATS of tho lateststyles, ? VALISES and UMBRELLAS. . which he has selected with care , for this market, and embracing every article kept In a firrt-claM clothing-house. Remember M. W. rose. -*/ 328, corner Fourth and Broad streets, my IS?3m. t , . : : DRY GOODS. ^rHE OLlT MARKET BAZAAR AGAIN Jl STOCKED WITH A LARGE ANH CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF GOODS OF E^ERY de scription I have Just returned from .the North, where " auctions f fill LOT TIES. DOMESTIC, FANCY-GOODS, NOTIONS. BOOTS,- ?. SHOES, HATS, and averj'large assortment of STRAW GOODS, for both ladles and gentlemen, which I particularly call the attention of the public to examine, as they will be sold at very reduced rates. Also, PARASOLS and ^ SUN UMBRELLAS In all shades and qualities. Having purchased them very low, I am determined to sell them at a great sacrifice. .. , J _ My motto la not to advertise the price or niiy ar ticle, but leave it to those who will cal|, and they can convince themselves of the great bargains which I am now offering at the OLD MARKET BAZAAR, * (Green Front.) ConxER op Main and seventeenth streets. N. B.?Particular attention of milliners and country merchants is called, as I will offer great Inducements to wholesale buyers. .. Je 22?MWftF3t J. STROOCK. . A PLEASANT SURPRISE: To find that Goods can be bought M cljeap as brfore the war, and some at even LOWER PRICES THAN EVER 1 Call and get some of the bar ftlenched Cottons at 13 and 12ic. per yard ; Neat Calicoes at 12jc., worth !Sc. per yard ; Mozamblques and I'erages, 20 and.25c., very cheap, Best Jaconet Lawns at 25c., pretty styles; Brown Linen Drill and Duck at 25c. per yard; White Lluen Duck and Drilling, the best ana cheapest; . _ ?? Splcndlu assortment of Casslmeres and Tweeds , 8-4 Organdies, Beragcs, and Greuadlnes, for shftwlfl * Palm-leaf,'Linen, and SUk Fans, of all kinds ; Plain and Beaded Parasols, latest designs; All sizes Silk Sun Umbrellas at low prices; Swiss, Nainsook, and Checked Muslins, Dlml ties, Brilliants, White and Buff Marseilles,-Irish Linens, Linen Lawns, Organdies, Grenadines. Black Silks, Table Damask, Napkins. Towels., Marseilles Quilts, Pillow-case and Sheeting Lin ens, Hoop Skirts: Hemstitched. Embroidered, and Lace Handkerchiefs; Gloves, Mlts, Hosiery, Ribbon3, Bugle Trimmings, Embroideries ; Paper. Linen* and Lace Collars* Bnffilngs, Ac*, Ac* Our stock being very complete and prices low, we reel No. 315 Broad street, between Third and Fourth, and also 1519 Main street (Ezeklel's old stand). N. B Mr. Gits. Thai.himku has charge of the Main-street store," and Messn. H. K?ppei. and N . 8TRAU8E are with us, and will be pleased to serve thje2QfrlePdfl* W. T. ft SONS, j MERICAN TRADE PALACE, No. 429 BROAD STREET. ?J nst received at the American Trade Palace another beautiful stock of SPRING and SUMMER GOODS : . Beautiful Lawns, fast colore, 260. per yard. Check Muslin, 16c. tod upwards ; Bcautifu Dotted Swiss Muslin, 25c. and upwards; Ladles and Misses' Hats, 10c. ami npwards; Ladles'^and Misses' Shaker Hoods, 15c. apiece; Beaidlfu^lal" and Beaded Parasols, $1.60 and npwards ; Bea tl ful Satln-strlpcd Lenos and Mozamblques, doubk width, 2Sc. per yard, worth 40c.; Beautirul PriuU. fast colors. 10c. and upwards; every style and qualltv-of Ladles,' MRs<-s'and Geidlernen'sGmves, very cheap. Silverware, Jewelry, and A'bums, In great variety, very low, fk-201 S. I1EINK. N? HUMBUG. SELLING OFF AT COST. Using compelled to move, lu order to have oar store enlarged, we shall therefore offer our ENTIRE STOCK OF DRY GOODS, which Is complete In all Its branches, AT COST FOR CASH until the 1st of September. HXRSH A O i;GGEN'HEIMER, <27 Broad street. W. C. KKAN, T. C. ClutNEBY, Salesmen. je 15 CELLING OFF! PELL1NG OFF It TO ' CLOSE I TO CLOSE II With the view of encaging In another business, I have determined to close outmy ENTIKE STOCK OF DBY GOODS, which la very large, for a short time only, AT AND BELOW COST. It would be useless to attempt to enumerate any particular goods or prices, and will only say that (he stock Is complete In all branches, and every ar ticle must be sold regardless of cost; and what ever remains unsold within a short time will be disposed of at anctlon. This is a chance rarely offered to eonsmnen of dry goods, and will be to the Interest of all in want to call early at ISAAC HUTZLEK'S, JeJ Mo. 52? Broad street, corner of Sixth. New goods?new goods? VALENTINE PLACE?We have Jnst re ceived our supply of SPRING and SOuMKB GOODS, consisting in part of DBE88 TRIM MINGS, WHITE GOODS, NOTIONS, Ac. We desire to call the special atteutlon of the ladles to onr well-selected stock of Embroidered and Thread Edgings, ileal Lace Collars and Laos* Em broidered Handkerchiefs, Parasols, Ac., which w? *p 11 corner Ninth and Broad streets. T71RGINIA MILITARY INSTITUTE? V The Board of Visitor* meet on the ttth of June to make appointment of Cadets. Tim ac commodations being limited, applications should be presented In advance of the opening of the next session. The thorough organisation of UmJfesiltute In ; all Its departments of Instruction affords advan tages rortbe prosecution of Its dlatluctlve coarse ! or studies and discipline which commend It to lib era! support. Circulars will bo forwarded span application to < the aadatHgaed. - . ? ? . _ VBANCI8 H. SMITH, tayt?lawtasthJe ttaporlntendeut. REFRIGERATORS, REFRIGERATORS, Sf T7?0R BALIlMORBi THF H08TO AIO) 1; NORTHWEKT?--&T!]L^EB KINNEBEC. This first-class steamer baa been l^r^h'y ?Ter hauled and reftwibhed. Md !? WW e?t^ Unj. under command of Captain. JOHN SL Fb*?*^?j, so favorably known tothe jwhUcwthe commander of the Curtis Peck; <ra James rrrer. cSSgXFZ ??WI^kw. V.UIlipailY vu lUACi/AI ?MU #??**'?.- 77; - INGS at 7 o'clock, reaching Bkiaumre la Uto? for all the early trains North and West. - Parties going to the northern will find tbhr route to present man 3 ?7- ^ _ S7heiSfof??"y0^lJhidrmlwni heretw^ed to the line in. new and perfect order, jrepdldtedand refarnlabed. and there will then be/oar boats per Week ftmto White House to Baltimore. ?' __ \ Freight for Baltimore, Um North, and West re" celvedat sR times arul forwarded promptly. r Through bills of lading- given to all prominent points. Tappabannock, sta res connect with this road at Flsbhaul station on TUESDAY and TBI DAY. WILLIAM B. I*08, Je M Freight and Ticket Agent. Exoisuk axd suFxartrrainmjrr a Otfic*,! RICHMOND and Pstsboobo t _ : Railroad Comfawy, i Richmond, Va., June 6, 1MB. J TfK)R THE ACCOMMODATION OP THE ?JF LOCAL TRAVEL.?On aa?l afteifMONDA Y, June A a passenger ear will Jlonve Richmond for Petersburg (with the freight train) DAILY (Sun day excepted) at 4.10 P. ML Passengers must procure their tickets at the office previous to getting on the train. E> H. BILL, Jg8 Engineer and Superintendent. T71RGINIA CENTRAL RAILROAD? f SUMMER SCHEDULE?The following Trains will he run on this road on and after MOM DAY, June 1st : MAIL TRAI.S leaving Richmond for Covington dally (except Sundays) at 7:1ft. A.M., and arrives at Covington at 74ft P. M. ACCOMMODATION TRAIN between Char lottesville and Richmond on MONDAYS, WED NESDAYS. and SATURDAYS. Leaves Char lottesville at4 A. M. Leaves Richmond, returning, at 3:30 P. Ml The Mail Train connects with trains of Orange and Alexandria Railroad- fbr WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, and NEW YORK; also, for LY^IIBURG.KNOXVILLE, MEMPHIS, NEW ORLEANS, MOBILE, Ac. At Staunton, with stage-coaches for AUGUSTA WHITS 8UL PHURThARRISONBURG, WINCHESTER, Ac. At Goshen, with coaches for NATURAL BKIDOK, LEXINGTON, ROCKBRIDGE BATHS, and ROCKBRIDGE. ALUM. At MUlboro'. with coaches for BaTH ALUM, WARM,7HOTt and HEALING SPRINGS. At Covington, with conches for WHITE SULPHUR* RED and OLD SWEET, and other SPRINGS lu the Traus-Alle ghany Boctlon; and for LEW1SBURG, UNION, and CHARLESTON. Kanawha, c ? FREIGHT TRAINS dally except on Sunday. H. D. WHITCOMH, )e t General Superintendent. _ RICHMOND AND PttTXRftBPBO 1 Railroad Company, May us, 1M?. l CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.?Ob ami after WEDNESDAY the 37th Instant the trains on this road will run as follows : Leave RICHMOND at 4'A. M. and t P. M. Leave PETERSBURG atlrlft A. M. and 6:45 p. M. The 4 A. M. train will not leave Richmond on MONDAYS; and the 4:4ft P. M. train wUl not leave Petersburg on 8UNDAYS, Passengers for Norfolk will take the 1P.M. train. Fare to Norfolk, $4. Baggage checked through. Passengers for Clover Hill will take the 4 A. M. train on WEDNESDAYS and FRIDAYS, con necting at Chester with the coal train, E. H. GILL, my 36 Engineer and Superintendent. CJPRING AND 8UMMER ARRANGE MENT, 1868.?GREAT SHORT ROUTE TO THE NORTH, KAST, AND WEST, VIA THE RICHMOND. FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC RAILROAD, CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL TWICE DAILY?ELK GANT CARS WITH NEW PATENT SLEEP ING CHAIRS ON ALL TRAINS.?The THROUGH TRAINS on this road are now run from the depot, corner Bybd and Xigiith 8TMKT8, as follows! __ The DAY THROUGH MAIL TRAIN leaves Richmond dally at 10:40 A. M-? Arriving In Wash ington at 8:16 P. M., connecting with the early ar ternoon express trains for the North, East, and West ? dn ' ? f * ~ The NIGHT THROUGH MAIL TRAIN, with elegant cars, with the new patent sleeping chairs attached, leaves Richmond dallyJSundays except ed at SUO IV M., arriving lr. Washington at 6:10 A. M., connecting with the early morning trains for the North. East, and West. Both STEAMERS stop at Alexandria each way. The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Mllford and an war stations leaves depot, corner Broad and Eighth streets, at ft P. M. Returning, arrives at 8:45 A. M. THROUGH TI0KET8 and THROUGH BAG ap cjgiith streets, Shockoo ff?ii,"and at the ticket office, corner Bvrd and Eighth streets. J. B. GENTRY, General TickctAgent. 8amuEi, Ruth. Superintendent. my 11 BOiJiDDiG AND LODGING. BOAHDING.?Several persona can be accommodated with HOARD In a private family by applying at the corner of Clay and Se venth streets, No. 418. Jo 2ft?2t? Mux. HARRINGTON. "\7*IBGINIA HOTEL, V STAUNTON, VA., F. 8CIIEFFER, PHOPKIKTOH, J. W. JtOOZ, Superintendent, has been refurnished witu entire new furniture aud beds, and hoard reduced to $48 per month, $16 per week, and $2.60 per day. Gentlemen who, with their families, desire to spend the summer In the country will And it a pleasant home. No charge lor omnibus fkre. my 30?lm PMJOS, WEMCIW At. JQIETETICS. Hard's Farinaceous Food, O '?? Blscotinc, Ilucaboufc dcs Arabes, Hoff's Extract of Malt, , HubbelTs Farinaceous Focxl, Robinson's Patent Barley, Prepared Oat Meal, * Leiblg's Extract of Meat, Prepared Corn Starch, Tourtelot's Essence of Beef, Prepared Rico Flour, < ? Fresh Arrowroot, ; :n Tapioca, Sago, Ac., Ac., for infants and Invalids, for sale at MEADE A BAKER'S APOTHECARY STOKE, 919 Malu street, nearly opposite the post-office. Je 19 EOR DXARRHtEA, USE WOOD'S CHO LERA MIXTURE?Its virtue, In promptly iking this disease Is folly t-eUbllshed. Both pleasant and cfflcorlou*. Price, fifty cents per bottle, at . WOOD A 80N'tf PHARMACY, Je 19 Fifth and Marshall streets. tVaKER'S BITTERS^-Pive grope BA JD KEB'8 PREMIUM 1UTTKB8 just received and for sole at manufacturer's price by R. W. POWERS, je 16 No, W6 Main street. TYENTIFRICE, AS DIRBOTBD BY Da. W. B. PLEA8ANT8. This elegant preparation Is commended for its efficacy in cleansing, beautifying, and preserving the teeth, restoring the gums to ItcalUt, and impart ing an agreeable Uste and odor to Ibu mouth. Pre pared only by POWHATAK E. DUPTTY, Apothecary, Broad between Fourth and Filth streets, Richmond, Va. Price, fifty cents a box. Liberal discount to the trade. le u OCGAR-COATED PILLS.-The attention U of pbyalciaiu and others Is to my stock of SUGJUt-COATED PILLS and GRANULES. I have In store the mast complete assortment in the city from tin- U-*t manufacturer*, which I can cell at manufacturers* prices. Catalogues And price lists furnished on application. JOHN W. BI SON, Apothecary and IiruKyUt, corner Main and Third streets, Richmond, Va. my I TOBACCO PRESSES A BOXES. HFV3B A PB .JACCO B0XJK8-?Ua* WHBLOCK'S i'RKMIUm 'TOBACCO BOXES. A compli mentary premium awarded tor my boars at the fair in Richmond in October, and aieo ?*tbe fair In Danville in November, VUTf, tor style, material used, and exactaea*. Examine my stock Of lum ber before bavin* the boxea, ana you'll be con vinced that it is tcorourhjy seasoued.- CAUDIKH, HALF BOXES. ThA FE-OUARTEK BOM* and^CAHKH, kept constantly on hand. Boxes at his . ^ corner of Eighteenth and < my <MP CABPCT?> SPAJBES, Ac. ^nnTKDOw'&lPB WSPOTJ f V WINDOW SHAOI DEPOT I! urn Mai* mm, between Fifteen lb and iXnrKawKhsUeUa. M. GOLDEN, the cheapest Window Shade man, la still at his old tricks, keeping down high prices, lie has the largest assortment of SHADES lu the EunHftfeMSSk"1" CUUSTBKTUCKt * High prices, dow ss&sssatt . . ? OttCLOW IS. "iSSg&SkSS SXt&X gaV'jSJh tfrnntmr" ? ?! ?I t :?? ??r jrr. 35SS_ T?RICK9 RKDUCKD?CH A BOO A L T WATK8*OOLfM-COT >wv? n?n COLDEST-?DAVTDPABK * SO MV1 Rich ooud the best W ATEK-lXH)I-KB ia cm will kwsp tlbo same uuintUy of tec mp. an wSte- iacre pure, than any japamwr antiwr tm* posted. GtveusncalL bgUj^^B ------ --- - gjw "Ksvswss,