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JRIDAT. JANUARY 1, 1808.
A Conscientious Treasurer.
Gkobok Ryb, the scalawag Treasurer of
Virginia, who has. no right to be in the
office which he holds other than that con
ferred by the bayonet, is said to have
doubts as to whether he ought to pay the
salaries of persons whom he supposes to be
disqualified by the fourteenth amendment
for holding the offices which they do. He
is apprehensive, so the rumor runs, that
his personal estate, or, if he has none, those
of the sureties upon his official bond, may
suffer some day because of his sots.
This is a proof of the utter unfitness of Rye
for the position into which, contrary to the
wishes of the people of Virginia, he has
been thrust by the strong arm of military
power* It would be fine occupation indeed
for the State Treasurer to set himself up as
a court of the last resort to decide upon the
tenure by which the persons whom it is his
duty to pay their salaries hold their offices.
He would have all the clerks of all the
counties in the State summoned to appear
before him with their record-books, and
then he would first examine all the offioial
bonds to ascertain whether they are in
due form. Next, he would have to de
cide upon the sufficiency of the sureties, for
if there were any defect in this respect
away would go that estate of his. Next he
must examine the poll-books to learn whe
ther these officers were really elccted ; and
in doing so he must decide whether the
voters casting their ballots for the sup
posed officers were legal voters. In the
case of military appointees, he must neoes
sarily exercise much caution. And this
point we commend particularly to his at
tention. Under what law, by what autho
rity, and in the name of what sort of hon
esty and what sort of sense of responsi
bility for his acts, does Mr. Rye pay the
salary of our carpet-bag Governor, our
scalawag Treasurer, and those of other offi
cials who have derived no title to their
offices from the people who pay the taxes,
nor under the laws or the constitution of
the State whose officers they claim to be ?
To say nothing of the peril in which Mr.
Rye places his estate, let us ask him how
he can clear himeelf of his oath to sup
port that constitution which he grossly
violates whenever he takes the money of
the people of Virginia and hands
it over to a set of unprinoipled adventurers
who have no claim either in morals or law
to one dollar of the money collected under
the laws of the State from the tax-payers
of this down-trodden Commonwealth ? What
a conscientious, high-toned Treasurer he is,
to be sure ! How he strains at gnate and
swallows camels. He is terribly apprehen
sive that some of the officers of fyigh char
acters, unsullied reputations, and undis
puted'fitness for their positions, who have
been placed where they are by the tax
payers themselves, may unlawfully obtain
from him some of the public money, but no
fears agitate his bosom when he is called
upon to pay money to carpet-baggers, scala
wags, and adventurers.
Senator Pomeroy Speaks.
Ia reply to the circular addressed by the
editor of the Norfolk Virginian to various
prominent Radical United States senators,
Mr. Pomeroy writes as follows :
" Senate Chamber, )
" "Wabhi.voton, December 28, 1668. >
?* My Dear Sir,? I have seen a proposition to
Bubrait the 'Alexandria Constitution,' so
called, with negro suffrage added, along with
the one lately passed at .Richmond, for the
adoption or rejection of the voters of Vir
ginia.
??1 hope you will not encourage that for
many reasons, among, which are the follow
ing:
"First. It will divide and weaken the vote
of the party in the Suite who really desire the
early restoration of the ' Old Dominion' to the
Union, as I most devoutly do.
" Second. It will not be held to be a compli
ance with the law of Congress to pass upon
and adopt a constitution not authorizod by
Congress.
44 And Anally, what can be gained by it ? for
as Congress has prescribed one mode, it is not
likely it will now prescribe another.
"Salvation is not In many ways, but ino.vE
way? that one way is compliance in form and
in spirit with the prescribed terms.
"When Virginia does that, her peace will
flow like a river, and her prosperity will be
like the waves of the great sea.
" Very cordially, &c., S. O. Pomeroy."
Mr. Pomeroy mistakes the proposition,
.which is not, as he evidently supposes, to
submit to the people a constitution which
Bhonld never have been seen by Congress,'
nor to " pass upon or adopt a constitution
not authorized by Congress," but to apply
to Congress for authority for our people to
pass upon a constitution whioh thus will
have been sanctioned by that body. The
objection raised is, therefore, no objection J
at all.
It is plain that Mr. Pomeroy thought he
was writing to a Radical.
Again we have occasion to notice the
good sense General Grant. Carl
Schurz, one of the worst men in this coun
try, is the strongest oandidate in competi
tion with Mr. Henderson for the senator
ship from Missouri which is to be conferred
^ ^ ^on-some one this wintor. Schurz iB a con
sistent and bigoted Radical, the friend of
negro suffrage and the enemy of the en
franchisement of the whites. Henderson,
too, ia a Republican, but he had sense
enough and independence enough to vote
against the conviction of Mr. Johnson, on
\ the impeachment trial, and is in favor of
allowing not only the negroes but the whites
of Missouri to vote. As between the two,
General Grant is said to prefer Hender
son, and to have signified his preference in
the most decided manner, having, it is re
ported, furnished Mr. Henderson with
BHiflPproof of the fact under his own hand. One
Washington letter- writer says the General
declares that Schurz is an adventurer and
carpet-bagger? qualifications whioh are not
snpposed to be necessary in a United States
senator outside of the southern States.
General Grant knows 8churz well, and
will, wo trust, suooeed in keeping him oat
of (he Senate.
Boutwell the Butt op Ridicule, ? At
the dinner given the other evening in New
York to Professor Morse, the inventor of
the electric telegraph, when the regular
toast " to the management of tfce telegraph"
wae read, the President (Chief Justice
Chase) called upon Attorney - General
Evarts " to bring some sparks from1 the
hole in the sky ' to illustrate this toast"?
a remark which, it is added, was received
; with "great laughter." How President
* Johnson will shake his sides, and Im
^^^^aeaoher Boutwkll his fista, when they read
?CfiASs'8 remark.
Brakdy Drinkers, Bkwa'M.? It wm
Maoinn, we suppose,? for it woald hardly
do to saddle such a bacchanalian quartette
upon Father Paor^whioirrotc :
" Whiskey, drtwInHvln#,
Why should drivellers bore as
With theprrlso of wine
.( Whilst we're thee before us T "
M H? wm no doubt equally eloquent in
praising brandy, ? a beverage which, ac
cording to the New York World, is no longer
known in the largest city In America* We
quote from that paper :
" Those who read our pxposnre In Tht World
Sunday of the component# which go to make
up what Is called and I* sold as brandy In this
citv, even at the 'beat' places and at the
highest prices, must come to the conclusion
that there is practically no brandy for sale.
It may be found, possibly, In a f^w places,
but people are paying from twenty-five to
sixty cents a class for a mixture of fusel-oil,
cheap corn whiskey, and water ; or. In other
words, what they buy for brandy does not con
tain a single drop of that llqnor. Brandy
drinkers, as thov think themselves, may as
well moke up their minds that tbey ?r? drink
ing something far more deleterious, and phy
sicians should refrain from prescribing bran
dy, unless they desire to poison their pa
tients."
After such an exposure, one would think
that the temperance societies would find
their occupation gone ; for- who would drink
the vile compounds sold under the names
of brandy and whiskey ?
Chesapeake akd Ohio Railroad.? We
learn that a sale of Chesapeake and Ohio
Railroad bonds has been made in London
at $99 80. Upon the receipt of this agree
able news the bonds were put up to par in
this country. This sale puts the company
at entire ease with reference to their pre
sent engagements.
MAKRIl^V
In the Firet Baptist church, on the 23d Decem
ber, by the Rev. Dr. Burrows, c :ptaln J. K.
TYLEK, C. 8. A? to Mii* M. J. WALDROP.
so cards.
Norfolk and Petersburg papers please copy. ?
At Sclmlno, York county. Va., by Elder H. L.
Taylor, on the lstday of December, 18S8, WILLIA M
A. B..OXTON and Mrs. BJtTTIE O. SHERMAN;
both of 1 ork county, Va.
Fredericksburg papers pleaoe copy.
DIED,
In the city of Philadelphia, on the etb of Novem
ber last, of cnnsumprlon. Mrs. FANNIE HIGH V.
formerly Miss Walker, of tbls city. *
DISSOLUTIONS, &c.
NEW CONCERN. ? The undersigned have
tills day formed a co-partnership to conduct
the wholesale and retail tUMBEtt, SHINGLE,
ST WE. >nd HAY business under 'he firm and
style of TRUMAJ* A. PARKER A CO Location,
th whole fqnare fr-.nt on Carntl street from Fifth
to Sixth st>eet Thev res oectf ally ask fh-* favorable:
attention of the trade *nd the public generally.
truman a. parker,
WM. JOHN BCOTT.
A CARD ? In resuming theXumber Business
agaii In Richmond I return many thinks t^ Try
old patrons and friends for the large and extensive
patronage extended to me before 1 1n war as the
successor of R. & G. Whitfield, and feel confident
fr >m my long experience of nearly twenty years
In til branche? of the buFloess. with a desire al
ways to give satisfaction, will Insure a liberal share
of patronage In the future. We will continue, as
heretofore, to manufacture Pine and Oak Lumber,
Shingles, and Staves ; and as we take It from tbe
stump, think w? can sell at low prlc. s Come one
and all In want of Lumb=r. and give us a call.
Come up the street, come down i he 6treet. and cross
the street, and buy for casu at low prices.
ja I? lw* TRUMAN A. PARKER.
VVSSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
JLJ The partnership heretofore existing betwe* n
?. .tones, Jr.. John M. Allan, and John D. White
head, under the name and style of M. JONF.S. Jh.,
& CO., Is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
8 J'>NES, Jh.. having purchased the Interest of
the other partcers will cn'lnne the business at the
old stand. Fifteenth street between Main and Cary.
All parties having claims against said firm will
prese it them to Jones Jr., for settlement, and
those indebted will unfce payment t > him.
SAMPbON JONES, Jn.,
JOHN M. ALLAN.
JOHN D. WHITEHEAD.
NOT1 OT?.? Having purchased the entire interer t
In tbe a^tofve business, I would respet:tfnlly inform
my friends and the public generally that I shall
continue to conduct tbe Wholesale tiro c?ry and
f'ominicslon Business at the old sfand. fifteenth
street between Main and Cary. Thankful fortho
liberal patronage be:towtd upon the old llrm. I
no^e by strict attention and promptness lu busi
ness to merit a continuance of tbe same.
Having engaged the services of Captain J. P.
Wuitahkax). he will be pleased to tee his frlendj
and acquaintances.
Jai-jtt SAMF8QN JONES. Jr.
NOTICE. ? New York, December 20th,
1868 ? The subscribers have this day fo> med
a co-p&rtnere lilp under the Arm name of SEB RILI ,
KLiASH & KKJtCP, for tbe mauuiucture of Quer
citron Bark, 4c., on James river. Virginia.
New York office, 62 Broad street.
H HUSKY 8ERK1LL,
of Pennsylvania ;
EDWAHD Fl."a;-H,
of New Jersey:
W. 8. REED,
of Virginia.
Richmond. January 1. 1809. ja t? it*
"VfOTlOE.? The concern of STEVENS,
1? PEG 'CAM A CO. Is this day dissolved by tbe
withdrawal of James W. Pegram.
The business will be continued at the old stand
by J. M. STEVENS and T. JL. . MOOltE, uuder the
firm and style or STH-VEN8 <Jfc MOORE.
Richmond, January 1, i860.
I take this opportunity of thanking ray friends
for their liberal patronage extended me during the
past three years, and earnestly solicit a continu
ance of the same to the new concern.
Ja7 JAMICS W. PEQRAM.
rpHE FIRM OF QREANER & W1NNE,
X engaged In the manufacture of tobacco. Is
this day ulssolved by mutual consent. The llrm
name will be used In its settlement.
JOHN H. GREANER.
EDMUND WINNE.
December 81. 186S. ja l ? 2t*
ISSOLUTION. ? The firm of ARMI3
TEAO <ft CARY is this day dissolved bv
| mutual concent,
pf Ail parties Indebted to them will make payment
to ARMI?TEaD & PEEK, who will settle up the
business of the late firm
WlI.blAM A. ARMI3TEAD,
J HN B. CARY.
Richmond, Decemoersi, 1833.
CO-PARTNERBHIP The undersigned have
formed a co-partnership under the style and drin
of aKMISTEAD St PEEK for the purpose of con
ducting a WHOLESALE GROCERY AND CO W
MIsSlON BUSINESS in this city, and will occupy
the old stand of Armistead A Cary, No. lall Cary
street. They solicit the patronage of the friends
of the late flim and the public generally.
WILLIAM A. AliJfalBTEAD,
JOHN L. PEEK.
RtOJIMOJfD, January 1, 1869. ja l_lra
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP^
The partnership heretofore existing between
the undersigned under the styieof MILLS & RY
a NT 1b this day dissolved by mutual agreement.
Either partner can use the name of the laie con
cern in liquidation only.
ROBERT A. MILLS.
CHEST KR W. RYANT.
Richmond, December ai, 1868.
R. A. MILLS wl'l continue the business at the
old stand of Mills & By ant, anTl hopes, by a close
attention to business to merit the liberal patron
age bestowed upon the old concern.
Jal-d3tAwlt R. A. MILL8.
1HAVE this day admitted Mr. TH03.
H. 6UNN to an Interest in my business. The
concern Is N. M, Wxl&on & CO.
Ja 1? dttwlt N. M.WILSON.
NOTICE. ? We have this day admitted
Mr. W. H. P. MORRIS, of this city,' to an
interest in our business, the styieof the 11. m re
maining unchanged.
P. J. ARCHER & SON,
General Commission Merchants,
IK 8 Cary street.
Having this day connected myself with the above
firm, I respectfully solicit a continuation of the
patronage of my friends and those of the late firm
of Gwathmey & Morris. W. H. P. MORRIS.
Jaeuiry 1. 1839. j* i_2w
Richmond, January x, 1869.
G0-PARTNER8HIP. ? We have this day.
associated with ns in business JAMES A.
SKDDON, Esq., of Goochland county, Va. The
style of the firm will be LEtf, SEUUuN & CO.
We will continue the same business heretofore
conducted by us.
jal? lm GEORGE "LEE & CO.
/^IO-PARTNER6HIP TEAMING BU8I
\J NEBS.? The undersigned have this day
formed a co-partnership under the name and style
Of STORKS & SON. Havlug purchased at Mr. B.
A. Hatcher's sale an outfit of mules and wagons
we are prepared to do hauUng for our friend* and
the public geuersJly. Cur office will be at Messrs.
Peyton 4 Carey's, corner *Jhirte*nth and Cary
streets. ALGERNON S. STARRS,
_ GERVAS STORRS.
N. B.?We have secured tbe sendees of compe
tent assistants who have had many years' experi
ence In the business. de 23- e xi2 w
' ' JORK T. 3SO WJ.ULT. 'WILLIAM L. MAULS.
EE-OPENING.-? In anticipation of re
naming our lecldmtto businesa ? vie., UP
HOt^FSKlNG AND 1*AA*E.?-HJlN GI NG-tbe
underpinned would respectfully Inform tbslr
ftlttcdi and the oublin generally that JOHN
KE9XJAUT/T will from tbls date Klve bis special
and undivided attention to all orders and work in
the above branches. The 1 .u* practical experi
ence of work la the D?OOBa.TIVK. Pl.Ai V.
AND FiiESCO BTY6RB OF PA.PKB-H A f.'^ING
will (jive us large a'trautage over auy olber houee
lu the South. Ifoonomy and safe cutting of car
pet*. curtains, etc., wul itsure nearly the expen
diture of such work, and can only be dono by a
practical workman.
For the present \Y<5 can be found at usual place of
business. REGNaUjLT Jt CO.,
Ja l ? et, 833 Mali} street,
ipnriAl, JWmcMfe^p.:!
ggfTHE LARGE STOBEi
THE GREAT BARGAINS,
thb largest stc&S OF&rreooiw.
Porcfcftfers of Dry flood* are becoming more
and more satisfied that the place to buy their DRY
GOODS is at LEVY BROTHERS. The immense
quantity of goods this establish itont are now sell
In* enables them to offer them at lower rates thsa
ever. They olfer to-day
The beat MOURNING PRINTS at UJe-i
FANCY PRTNTS ati*. In and lSjc.:
Handsome styles of DELAINES at l#e. worth
15c. *
Heal SCOTCH PLAIDS, ?11 wool, at ?c. per yard
worth 15c.;
ALPACAS at 20, 49, and ?0c. ;
Real FRENCH MERINO at 75c., Mc., and ?1,
Just Mc, per yard below regular prices ;
BAREGE for veils at 40c. per yard worth Mc., at
69c. worth Wc.;
ttLACK LACE VEILS at56c. worth 76c.:
HEMSTITCHED LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS
at 55, 80. and *7jc-, great bargains;
EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS at J5, 60,
and 75c. ;
DIMITY BANDS at 10c. each, worth 25c. ;
EMBROIDERED CAMBRIC BANDS at ?5. P0,
and 75c., the best bargain ever off-red ;
BRIDAL QUILTS large enough for the largest
bed at |l ss worth $8 ;
PURE LINEN SHIRT BOSOMS at 55c. !
REAL FREN Cil-W OVE SHIRT BOSOMS at
50c. worth 75c. ;
TUCKED LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS at 45, 60,
and 60c.? very cheap ;
SETS of COLLARS and CUFFS at 25, 50, and
75c less than half price ;
FRENCH-WOVE WHALEBONE CORSETS at
50c. worth $1.25 ;
WOR8TEO HOODS, for children, at 80c., would
be cheap at 50c. ;
LADIES' WORSTED HOODS at BOc. worth $1;
WORSTED CLOAKS, for children, at 75c. and $1,
'Just one-half the regular price ;
LINEN TABLE CLOTH, full two yards long at
$1.25 worth $2 ;
LINEN NAPKIN'S (fringed) at $1.10 per dozen
worth (L75 ;
CANTON FLANNEL at Ifli 20, and 25c. -supe
rior goods for the money ;
WHITE FLANNEL, all wool, at 27c. per yard
worth 85c. ;
WHITE FLANNEL, full yard wide, at 45c. per
yard would be cheap at Mc. ;
Elegant DOUBLE SATIN DAMASK TABLE
CLOTH 8, extra lenjrtbs, at low prices ;
SATINETB at 60c. worth 75c. ;
CAS8IMERES at $1, $L25, and 81.35? all very
cheap goods ;
BEAVER and BROADCLOTHS at great bar
ga'ns ;
CHILDREN'S WORSTED HOSE? three pair for
25c. {
Elegant SA8H and RONNET RIBBONS at low
prices J
TIDIES at 75c. w?rth $1.M ;
REAL RUSSIA DIAPER at $L50 a piece worth
?J: ;"*? . . , -v-n-J
BIRD'S-EYE DIAPER at 35c. per yard worth
50c.;
LARGE SIZE HUCKABACK TOWELS at $8 per
dozen wor:h $4.50 ;
BED BLANKETS from $2.60 per pair to $18 ;
MARSEILLES QU'LTS at very low prices;
CLOAKS, FUP.S, and SHAWL 8, at break-down
prices ;
JET JEWELRY at 75c. per set worth $8 ;
WLKAND WOOL SCARFS at 25c. worth 75c. ;
CARPETS at Mc. yer yard worth 75c., at 65 worth
85, at 85 worth $1, a1. $1 worth $1.25 ;
IRISH LINEN at 50c. per yard worth ?0c.
Many other articles too numerous to mention, all
of which will be sold at the lowest prices for cash
only. LEVY BROTHER8,
de 30 1218 and 1215 Mala street.
JST HO FOR. GILL THE BAILER.
Economy and apetlte
Commend to us the man of skill,
Who teeks to do his business right?
The well-known baker T, E. Gill.
Gill's bread, Gill's bread, Gill's bread and
cakes,
Their fame In every home Is known ;
For none la .Richmond better makes,
Ab all good judges freely own.
His bread it is both light and white,
His cakes the daintiest wish fulfil.
His prices low, all men Invite
To the bakery of T. E. Girx. [de 24? 7c
#?T LOOK OUT
FOB
CHRISTMAS
AT
BRIGGS'S BAKERY,
707 Main and 420 Bboad stbbbt.
The largest assortment of
PLAIN, FANCY, AND ORNAMENTAL CAKES
In the city.
Call and examine for yourself.
[de 16]
KB" 400 DUTCH CUCUMBERS.
400 DUTCH CUCUMBERS.
400 DUTCH CUCUMBERS.
400 DUTCH CUCUMBERS.
400 DUTCH CUCUMBERS.
400 DUTCH CUCUMBERS.
The people of Holland excel In ,puttlng np
PICKLED CUCUMBERS. This lot Is directly
imported and 1b delicious.
TURKISH PRUNES. CURRANTS.
TURKISH PRUNES. CURRANTS.
CITRON. RAISINS,
CITRON. RAISINS.
NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES.
NEW ORLEANS M0LASSE3.
Direct from New Orleans.
MINCE MEAT. MINCE MEAT.
MINCE MEAT. MINCE MEAT.
MINCE MEAT. MINCE MEAT.
A splendid article.
TEA. TEA. TEA.
TEA. TEA* TEA.
TEA. TEA. TEA.
GREEN TEA, 90c., $1, $LSS, $L50,|1.
BLACK TEA, Mc., 91, fl.26, t1 .50.
COFFEE. COFFEE. COFFEE.
COFFEE. COFFEE. COFFEE.
COFFEE. COFFEE. COFFEE.
GREEN COFFEE, toe., 38c., Sc., Mc., ttc.
RQASTED COFFEE, l?C.t 28c,, ?c., Wc., 40c.
GROUND COFFEE, 3Sc-, Mc., 10c., ?5c., 40c.
Coffee roasted and ground dally.
VIRGINIA TEA AND COFFEE COMPANY,
COBHXR or
MAIN AND NINTH STREETS,
RICHMOND, VA.
[de 82]
TTORSE STOLEN. ? Stolen
I* the stable of Dr. William F. Gaines.
in'Hanover county, on the night of the 20th Instant,
a SMALL SORREL MAKfc between eight and
nine years old ; barefooted ; has some white marks
on her . back, one a. haif-iquare, and severnJ
white spots cn b >dy ; has collar marks, also a
lump on each shoulder (low down) caused by the
collar ; a fine, deep, rich coat ; long tall and mane;
canters and trots well. ?h? does not stand firm on
right bind ankle. Also, at the same time, a Mo
CLKLLAN SADDLE, and a. CURB BRIOLK
with one rein broken. A reward of TWENTY
FIVE DOLLARS will he given If delivered to the
undersigned, or at JOHNSONS stable, Franklin
street. Richmond, Va. My addresa, box 4 a, Rich
mond, Ya.
dflx?-d*swlw WSIiLlAM J. SAINES,
1
SPECIAL, JfOlriCES.
ts" the southern opimoN-oirrro.
itf ORKOW? Contain* the Unwritten Tact* affect
ing the late Anamination sad tSefrne history d
tbe Fatal Article ; icme Literary Eemaliis of H.
Bi?er? Pollard ; tbe lint of a series of fcketcbe* of
the Richmond Bar : tbe first chapter of the Book
of Judges, or Underwood's Decision, etc. ;F?ar
Angels, a legend of the Few Tear; Salutatory.
Editorials, Spicy Locals and Paragraphs, etc. Jul
1664.
1?60-.
BOOK 8 AND STATIONERY . .
WV8T & JOHNSTON,
BOOKSE LLEl R3 AND STATIONERS,
AND
blank-book: manufacturer*
1006 Mais STBEIT, TWO DOOBS AJWiYB THX
POSTOP/TCE,
offer for sale a large and Well-selected st~ck of
BLANK-BOOKS AND STATIONERY
of Foreign ard American manufacture. We- also
manufacture every descrfpMon of BLANK -BOOKS
to order, using the best materials, and guarantee
ing satisfaction in ever; instance.
New firms and others wanttog BLANK-BQOK8
and, 8TATIONEBY will find Ik to their interest to
call and purchase from us.
ORDEB8 PROMPTLY AND FAITHFULLY
EXECUTED. Ja X? St
J?* NOTICE TO FAMILIES.
I am now prepared to fornisfts
ICE CREAM OF ALL FLAVORS a* fl.75 per
gallon ;
TABLE JELLY at $1.50 per gallon.
Also, a large assortment of
CONFECTIONEB1 E3
always on hand, all of the FIRST QUALITY.
If you wl*h to SAVE MONEY send your or
ders to ANDREW ANTONT,
Ja 1? tJao 1105 Main street, below postofflco.
-
wtwonderful: marvellous::
TRUTH STRANGER THAN FICTION I
It Is really wonderful to contemplate the prices at
: JOSEPH STRAUSE'S,
NO. 1933 MAIK 6TESIT,
Just received, another large lot of
COLORED BED BLANKETS, still cheaper
than the last, on account of their being
slightly damaged ;
100 pair at $2.50 worth 98, 50 ;
75 pair at 93.75 worth 94 ;
50 pair WHITE (10-4) at 98. 75 worth 9< ;
80 pair from 94.50 upwards? at less than gold
price;
380 Ladles' BALMORAL 8KIRT8 at 91 cheap at
91.50, at 92 worth 9*, and at 93, 94, and
95? astonishingly low;
The greatest inducements in CLOAKS and
LADIES' 8HAWL8 ever offered by any
other house In this city ;
SO dozen more of those cheap LADIES' LINEN
HANDKERCHIEFS at 9i and 9L25 a
dozen, cheap at 92 ;
LADIES', MISSES', and CHILDREN'S
HOODS ;
IRISH LINEN.
LADIES' HOSE,
CHILDREN'S WOOLLEN 8T0CKIN63,
and thousands of other CHEAP GKJOD8 at
JOSEPH 8TRAU8E'S.
The best GFAY, RED, and BLUE TWILL
ED FLANNEL for a little meney, and
the nicest WHITE FLANNEL at lowest
price ;
20 dozen best LADIES' CORSETS at $1 worth
91.50 at JOSEPH STRAUSE'S.
5,000 yards of the finest and best EMPRE88
CLOTH at only 87Jc? cannot be bought at
any other house for less than 91.25, at
JOSEPH STRAUSE'S,
1533 Main street.
75 of the CHEAPEST LADIES' CLOAKS, Just
from auction ;
3,000 yards of the handsomest and finest FBENCH
MERINOES at the low price of $1, cheap
at (1.76 ;
KENTUCKY JEANS,
KERSEYS, HEAVY TWEED8,
SATINETS, CASSIMEBES,
DOESKINS and BEAVER CLOTH, aston
lnglylow;
LADLES', MISSES', and CHILDREN'S
SHAWLS,
BREAKFAST SHAWLS,
CHILDREN'S and MISSES' HOODS ;
BTOCKING3, LINEN DAMASK,
LINEN TABLE CLOTHS;
Thousands of yfd", of the BEST CALICO,
of every quality and manufacture, at only
isle.;
BROWN and BLEACHED SHIRTING at
10 and I2jc. ;
100 dozen LINEN TOWELS at half their value.
Call, one and all, at
JOSEPH STRAUSE'8,
No. 15J3Maln street, near the 014 Market,
and you can buy for $5 as much as you can get at
other places for f7. w.
Be careful of coming to the right place.
B. 8. 8mither and J. R. Hayneh will be pleased
to see their friends anil the public at large.
JOSEPH STRAUSE,
de IS No. 1532 Main street.
VST FACTS WORTH REMEMBERING!
PREPARE YOURSELVES FOR CHRISTMAB !
The public will find It to their advantage to call
early on
JULIUS SYCLE, <15 Broad Btreet,
and procure their
HOLIDAY PRESENTS
before buying elsewhere at
VERY UNPRECEDENTED PRICES
I have constantly on band
CALICOES,
MUSLINS and DELAINE 8,
EMPRESS CLOTHS,
MERINOS,
BROCHE SHAWLS,
CLOAKS,
BALMORAL8,
" HANDKERCHIEFS,
GLOVES,
HOODS,
,v BREAKFAST 8HAWLB,
Gents' Under wear, In great variety, at very
low prices.
I am more determined than ever to close out my
entire stock of dcslrtVe DRESS GOODS at prices
to suit the times and pnLMc.
Come one, come all, aud bqy your goods at
JULIUS SYCLE'S, us Broad street,
1? next to Kelnlngiu^n's bookstore.
HTBATCHELOR'S HAIR DlHE? This
splendid HAIR DYE is the best in the worn ; the
only true and perfect dye ; harmless, reliable, in
stantaneous ; no disappointment ; no ridiculous
tints ; remedies the ill effects of bad dyes ; Invigo
rates and leaves the hair soft and beautiful black
or brown. Sold' by all druggists and perfumers,
and properly applied at Batcbclor's Wlg^Factory,
No. II Bon* stwet. N ew York. ?e M? ?odtlthf?
J>RIME BOLL BUTTER,
MESS POBK and WHITE BEANS,
CANNED PEACHES,
CANNED TOMATOES,
CANNED LOBBTEB3.
YOUSTGEB'S ALE,
GUINNESS'S PORTER,
and other seasonable wares, at
Jal j. B, KIDD'S, 717 BfOtd 6tr?t,
DM GOODS.
?j^EW-TEAB BARGAIHS.
We are new offering Terr g?at bargains In
DRESS tiOOttV CABBrMEREa^
COTT^rm, PILLOW-CASE LLNENS, ?
LINES 8HI?TINGs ?
TABf #-CLOTH LTSENS,
?t?iliS.5L8-BLAKKITS'
W'X>LL?N COtTifTERPATntS
F?., ANGELS, CLOAKING CLOTHi,
^LACK and COLORE!) CLOaKS,
SINGLE and D >UBLE SHAWLS,
WORSTED KNIT SHAWL8 and
8ONTAG8*
CHILDREN'S CAPES ?n<J 8ACK8,
L* DIES* and GENTS MERINO SHIRT?,
WHITE SHIRTS.
TINE FRENCH CORSETS.
BALMORAL and H"OP SHIRTS,
KID and WOOLLEN GLOVE 8,
WOOLLEN and COTTON HOSIERY,
TRIMMING*.
HEMSTITCHED and
EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS,
COTTON TARNS and BATTINGS, *C.
Purchaser* win flsd It to their advantage to give
us a call.
WILLIAM THALFIMT'.B * 80 N' 8,
Noa. 115 Broad street. between Third and
Fouith^ arj ism Main street, '
Ja 1 . Ezeklel'a old stand.
J^RY-GOODS. BUYERS, LOOK OUT!
THE Tiyjj is DRAWING TO A CLOSE,
In or^.er to sate yon the unpleasant sensation of
seeing yonr friends and neighbors in the happy
poBP'^lelon of handsome and cheap property?
wi'.bin your own reach as well a a theirs, but which
yt) u failed to procure wTieu the opportunity pre
sented Itself to you? I would confidentially tell you
afcat there are
A GREAT MANY BARGAINS LEFT YET
IN
DRY GOODS, TRIMMINGS, AND FANCY
GOODS, AT
JULIUS MEYER'S,
NO. 61*7 BR OAD STREET, NEAR SIXTH,
who Is selling the same at and he?ow cost for the
purpose of entering (next month) his new estab
lishment, 'm BROAD STREET, with an entirely
new stof n of goods. You will still find there a very
extensive assortment of
PRINTS and COTTONS,
DOMESTICS of every description,
HOSIERY for all ares.
SILKM and VELVETEENS.
0A8SIMERES, CLOTHS, BEAVERS,
SATINETS, DOESKIN 8, etc.;
UNDERWEAR for both sexes.
CLOAK8, SHAWLS, and SCARFS ;
WORSTED GOODS of all kinds,
TRIMMINGS. RIBBONS, etc.
In fact, anything generally kept in a first-class
dry goods house can be had extremely low at
JULIUS MEYER'S,
de II 537 Broad Btrcet, near Sixth.
T EVY BROTHERS'
OLD SOUTHERN DRY GOODS STORE,
1213 an-d 1315 Main street,
Is the place to purchase your
DRY GOODS.
Having the largest store in the city, baying and
selling goods In larger quantities thin any other
house, enables them to do all that they promise in
their advertisements.
Great inducements to country merchants pur
chasing for cash. LEVY BROTHERS,
de to Nos. 1313 and 1315 Main street.
J^RESS GOODS
MUST BE SOLD.
ALL KINDS OF DRESS GOODS
selling cheap at LEVY BROTHERS',
de SO Nos. 1313 and 1315 Main street.
gHAWLS, CLOAKS, AND FURS,
AT CLOSING-OUT PRICES,
at LEVY BROTHERS',
de so Nos. 1313 and 1315 Main street.
QLOAK AND DRESS TRIMMINGS
IN GREAT VARIETY
at LEVY BROTHERS',
de 30 Nos. 1313 and 1315 Main street.
pRICES MARKED DOWN
on all kinds of
HOODS,
SONTAGS,
BREAKFAST SHAWLS,
NUBIAS,
CLOAKS, and
WOOL HOSE, at
LEV? BROTHERS',
de 30 Nos. 1313 and 1315 Main street.
JJEAL FRENCH-WOVE CORSETS,
ALL SIZES AND QUALITISS,' ,
TVniTX AND COLORED,
AT
LEVY BROTHEBS',
de 80 ' Nos. 1513 and 1218 Main street.
/1ARPETS,
DRUGGETS, and
BUGS.
A very larxe assortment can be found at
LEVY BROTHERS',
do so Nos. 1211 and 1215 Main street.
JDTJSSIA, SCOTCH, BIRD'S-EYE, and
HUCKA.BACK DIAPEBS,
AT VERY LOW PRICES, AT
LEVY BROTHERS',
de 20 Nos. 1213 and 1215 Main street.
JUEGANT WORKED BANDS,
FROCK WAISTS,
INFANTS' DRESSES,
CAMBRIC EDGINGS and IJ^kTINGS,
at LEVY^jj0THfcJiB1<
de 30 Nos. I2lt*rd 34aln gtreet.
1TTIRGINIA AND' ^eTH CAROLINA
' C ASSIMERE S .
CARDOZO, AJLSOP <fc FOUBQUBEAN
have Just received a full assortment of the a)ove
CABBTMEBES from the celebrated manufactories
at Bock ftolxnd, Fredericksburg", and Charlottes
ville ; among which are some of the best goods
ever offered In our market, and WABB ANTED to
WEABWELL. ?
ALSO. FOB GENTLEMEN,
a full assortment of LADIES1 (large size) KID
GLOVES, from 7 to 8, In dark, light, and white, at
$1.15 ? the cheapest Gloves In this market.
Together with the best MISCELLANEOUS
STOCK to be found In Blchmond.
CABDOZO, AL80P 4 FOUBQUBEAN.
de a. v:y." ; .-gy j ;
T^UCKWMJ, & ROUSS,
U No. 1806 MAI* 8TB1IT.
1 A GENUINE YIHGINIA HOUSE.
DXCZXBB& 9.
BeeelvH on the teth InsUat per steamer Albe
marle, and again to-Uay per steamer Isaac Bell, a
larae and handsome attortment or BAKGAINS.
bought by Mr. Bonss at the cio^n*-ont sales of
the great aertlou-houseflof New Tom. em bracing
In ptrt Brorhrt bl^-twls from $15 to *46: Woollen
abawls ftomil to $10 : Dress Goods ; Pr$nt? ; Cor
sets from KOc. to 94 ; Overcoats. Ye*ta. and Paats ;
Caralry Boots ; laws1 and mioses' Shoes ; m?n's
srd boy*' Sh<H'(i and Boots ; flannel and merino
Shirts wutDia were.
WSgBAXCTCOBgAWQB8.
^^^^^^MUTUALBENBVOLENT1
LXRS ASSOCIATION OF VIB
Line POM OIKS 3B302f> F30M TEN TO
TWEHTJ-TnOS DOJiLABS, AC
CORDING TO AGS.
Wo other payments are reqoireti. No annual
premiums, Whether Unsetf t>r no. You are only
called on when alow 1b mads by death, which can
not exceed one dollar and twenty-five cents at aiy
one time.
PUttKLY MUTUAL.
AUrtooilcy-h^ldert equally Interested la the
FONI& OF THE C? >MFANY and its PKOFITB.
NO LOSSES, NOPATMKNTS.
Managed wlih the strictest economy.
ON fix ONK PAID OFFICES.
Officx : Cort er Main and Twelfth streets.
T. B. STARKJE, General Agent.
J. A. BTCLVIW, r resident. _
Two or three good caova'sicr# wanted for Rich
mond, and an a&^nt wanted in every county In tbt
trtate. Ja l~4JalO
ISAAC HUTZLXR. SAHXTZL BKBXHXDC.
TTUTZLEE & BEBNHEIM,
GENERAL LITE, FIBE, AND MARINE
INSURANCE AGENTS AND BR0ZX38,
NO. 1015 MAir 8TBXST.
All kinds of INSURANCE effected in first-claw j
companies, local or foreign, at LOWEST CUB
resit Bates.
Business can be effected through correspondent*
with our office, as well as by personal application
de S3? 3m
"VTATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE COM
JLtI PANT OF THE UNITED STATES 01
AMERICAWASHINGTON, D. C.-CHARTER
ED BY SPECIAL ACT OF CONGRESS, AP
PROVED JULY M. 1M8.?CASH CAPITAL
?1,000,090? Pa ID IN F DLL. ?BRANCH Of
FICE : FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDINf,
PHILADELPHIA, where the general business f
the Company la transacted, and to which all gen
ral correspondence should be addressed.
OFFICIBS :
CLARENCE H. CLARK, President.
JA7 COOKE, Chairman Finance and Execute
Committee,
HEjNBX D. COOKE, Vice-President.
EMEBSON W. PEET, secretary and Actuary >
Thli Company, national in Its character, o flew
by reason of Its large capital, low rates of pis?
mlura, and new tables, the most desirable means >f
insuring life yet presented to the public.
The rates or piemium, being largely reduced,
made as favorable to the Insurers as those of t;e!
beit mutual companies, and avoid all the comp:
catlons ?nd uncertainties of notes, dividends, atf
the misunderstandings which the latter are so tp?
to cause the policy-holder.
Several new ana attractive tables are now pre
sented, which need only to be understood to prorg
acceptable to the publico, such as the INCOME
PRODUCING POLICY and RETURN PRl
MIOM POLICY. In the former the poliey-holdtf
not only secures a life Insurance, payable at death,
bnt will receive. If living, after a period of a fn?
yean, an anucil income equal to fen per cent at
Ser cent.) of the par of hit policy. In the latter,
ie Company agrees to return to the aMured tit
total amount of money he hat paid in, in odditis
to the amount qf hit policy.
The attention of persons contemplating lnsurint
their lives, or Increasing the amount of insura:<*
they already have, Is called to the special ailvit*.
tages offered by the National Life Insurance Cutf
pany.
Circulars, pamphlets, and full particulars, gli^n
on application to the branch office of the Cca*
pany. or to ^
JAY COOKE & CO., Washington, D. C..
General Agents for District of Columbia, Virginia,
and West Virginia.
S. B. SMITH, Cashier First National Baafc_
Richmond, the Agent for Henrico, Campbell, nid
Dinwiddle counties. de 0? 4a
M
UTUAL ASSURANCE SOCIETY CjF
VIRGINIA.
CHARTERED 1714.
OnrioxjcoBinsB or Tsbth ahx> bake stem**
- ? lT
810,000,000 ,
PROPERTY PLEDGED TO MAKE
GOOD LOSSES.
H. A. GLAIBOBNI
Principal
J. R. Daktoatb, Secretary. oc
Principal A^e^
JJOMESTIC INSURANCE.
THE INSURANCE ANtT8AY1NGS COMPi
OF VLEG1NIA.
CHARTERED FEBRUARY 1M?. ,
CA?rriL,
"Well invested and secured.
Assets employed hero for the .general beneiu '
Desirable F1BK AND MARINE RISKS ttsvl
ted.
Office No. 1514 M^ln street.
D. J. HARTSCOK, President, I
David L Burr, Secretary.
B. C. Wzdcxuiy, J a., AssiuUnt Secretary.
def
Mutual life insurance
COStPAITY OF NEW YORK.
ANNUAL IHC02CE . .'.777- ?!?, M?, 8*
CASH ASSETS YEAR ENDLflG FEB
RUARY 1, 13 H, OVER . gXS^OM
NUMBER OF POLICIES ISSUED DURING
THE YEAR,
NUMBER OF POLICIES IN FORCE FEBRU
ARY 1, ISC?, 82, S3*
THE "MUTUAL LIFE"
Is now by far the WEALTHIEST COMPAJO
IN THE WORLD. It la conducted on the onlj
principle which time and experience fiaa proved tc
be ultimately safe and trustworthy. If-o ^eccte an
not invested !n fancy s toe to or personal securttlea
Imt lnbonda and reortewces on re^ilcaUJe, bclc^
flrst lien on came, sua thus placcd 5ey*>nd thr
reach of any contingency. , ^ A
The company, being purely mutual, xlvidea ti
whole profiia annually r-moag the assured, an?;
this dividend can be used in payment of premlunu
or to purchase additional insurance. at the optlor
of the policy-holder.
D. N. WALKER & COA Agents,
No. 1014 31nin street.
Dr. J. B. McCaw, Medical Kxamirer. inh M
DN. WALKER 4 CO.,
o succzaaosH to o. f. jsc^,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS.
Office KliltAln street,
first tloor east of tie post-office, under Messrs. &
H. iiaury & Co.
BaUdinjni, merchandise. riirnlture, sad person*!
property of all kinds. In the city or country, In
surd against loss or damage by &re at the lowest
rates in companies of the hlKbest standing.
Ii08sca equitably idlcuto.i anrt pronjpUv paid.
Marine and inland lnaursnce auo ejected at cur
renT.rstfia. nott
YjHRE INSURANCE effeot-cd at the low
X; eat rates and on most liberal terms with the
RICHMOND BANKING AND INSURANCE
COMPANY
COUWKB TWZU? TH AKP MAIN 8T3MT8,
RlCEMCTO, VA.
CAPITAL] "?17f ,000 !
JOHN B. DAVIS, Preold-'nt,
Be 4 JOHN P. C. P0TT8, Secruury.
m
AOKICUJLTURAJU
Straw
^ ___ -tffeN ^
A lar^andweU^el^d ^Jpi^jllSNTS,
SEED, AC.
as
AY PRESSES.
no W 8EED> *C> PALMER * TURPIN.
H
HAY P Z? S S E 3 ,
BALINGWIR2, *C.
We are now prepared to furnish the OLD DO
MINION HAY PRESS, which 1 a an best horso
power press, and the INGERSOLL, wblcb Is tine
best band bay-press. In use. The first we make,
and the latter we sell at manufacturer's prices.
ANNEALED WIRE, suitable for baling shucks,
hay, or straw, for sale at New York prices.
The advantages of baling bay are so well under
stood a a to need no assertion. We therefore only
say that we can furnish PRESSES and WIRE on
the most favorable terms. Our stock of STRAW
CUTTERS and CORN-SHELLS Krt cannot be
excelled. H. M. SMITH 4 CO.,
no 11? d&wtUJa Manufacturers.
CORN SHELLEBS, CUTTING BOXES,
CHURNS, WELL JTXTUBES-Uie beat
patterns southern manufacture? for sale by
ALLISON A ADDISON,
not iKSCary street.
REMOVALS.
REMOVAL.
BUSREB8 <fc POWERS
hate removed tu
THEIR LARGE STORE
OW PJRABL 6TBXXT
next door to Welder Sc. Co. <se 29? iw
Daniel k. weisiger, general
COMMISSION MERCHANT AND AGENT
lor the sale of K. T. Ptlfcln ton's popular brands
of MANUFACTURED and SilOkING TOBAO
C08, baa removed to the south **?t comer of Mala
and Fourteenth streets.
All communications for Mr. E. T. PUklntou *111
be attested to by D. K. Weisiger. *'e >? lm
AC! TULLIAM, REAL E8TATB
? AGENT AND AUCTIONEER, has re
moved to southwest corner of Main and Fourteenth
streets, where be *111 be j grimted to have his frlttids
and pstwinn t/> r*M rte 1? lm -
TT[7rAGNTJR,8 YEAST POWDER S THE
Vv BjiHr OP ALL.? They make the flues*.
bUculis, rolls, cake*, Ac., without yeast. Very
simple and economical lu use. Sold by
L. WAGNER, Apothecary,
i jt i_4i4 corner Sixth and Bmd
I
tkr<mi
i. v upo&thi* road Wll be 6ik __
T?T?hl>Anr. sth January. t*?? Freight wlJJ t?z?
ttlved and delivered rO-DAY? and ?g*la SATO J
OaY, 3d janu *ry, l?tf, as
By oratr of & BUA'U, Superintendent Tfani
pertatlon. J. H. HART, |
lie* i ? tt Freight A*ent.
*ALL AMD WJLNT&H A&ftAJKO.
TO THE NORTH, EAOT AND^Z^r^
JKICKSJBl ? ' *
I ATI, CABBYIj
UNITED STATES MAIL TWICE DAIL
CANT CABS WITH NEW PATJKWT ISLXXi
!*NG CHALKS ON ALL TBAI5B.-1
' THROUGH TRAINS on this road we now a
from the dexot, corner Bted ahd ElGSl
evKKXTe, m follows :
kTae DAT THROUGH MAJL TRAIN
iciunond dally a? U:l5 A. M*> arrirlhg la
La/-oa ?. t?:i5F. K,, r.ounvcZnz with itea
teruorta express trains Tor the fcorth,
titi
:1 The NIGHT THROUGH HAIL
elegant ears, with the n*w patent
attached. leave# Richmond dall
?d atid* P. M., arriving in
I A. X., tgaaacttag with the early
| to r tiw North. East and Wert,
Both STEAMERS *tqp at Alexandria w_
The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for
and all way station* leaves depot, corner
and Eighth street*, at IU?F. H. W??rnl#lf?
At 8*50 i 1L
THROUGH TICKETS end THROUGH BAG.
GAGE CHJCUK8 to *11 principal point*. ...
For further information anu througn ttc*8**} , r
ply at the offlce of the company, corner
'Eighth street*, Bitocloe Hill, and at U>e ttei#
oSco, corner Byrd and Xlgfcih street*.
J. B. 6JCNTRTTWeral Tick*
aiJctaa.BOTH, aopdftnadont. Qe'
X\T1$TW schsduij^eicemonj
W AND PETERSBURG B^TLBOA^-Oa
and nfter WEDNESDAY the ? D**?*
train* over this road win be run m touowa .
Leave Richmond at 4 A. M. wad J*? F^ M.
Leave Fetersbur* at ?:? *- *?
? ACCOMMODATION TRAIN , with
car attache will leare Blchmond dally jU 4J0 P.
M. and Petersburg dally at A. M. (Hanoi;,
"tKI'm. train will Petm!
days, and the *M P. M. train will not leave Feterv
^PaSSS^w Norfolk win take the I * P. 1L
t^liSsSSStRi checked thro?ufc.
The passenger coach attached to the coal train
... t J?11 rn* ? * U ?nr1 rrtnmln
Rmohmokd and Danville iwu.-i
| R O A D-WINTKR SCK2COULS .~On *M
I after TUESDAY, November is, the train* on Uii
road will run as fbllow* :
Goi 3M WxaT.-Throngh Mall Irauu-Lcar-^
BJchmoucl daily at Wl M. : leavae Dan villa
dally at 4?P,fc. : ?onnecttnff at BarkevUtowitnJ
theBouthslde road for yarmvlllc, Lynchburg, ?u<i|
all station* on the Virginia and Tennessee r mm
road, KnoxvUle, Nashville, Memphis, Ac., Ted
I Louisville, Columbru, Ac.. Ky.; HontcnUe,
catur, Ac., Ala. ; Corinth, 10 rand Junction, VI
burg, Ac., Jfjp&j New Orleans, Ac., and at Grd
boro' with Norte Carolina raJiruad for CharM
Coiambla, Charleston, Au^ueta, S&vtnnah, M?
Columbus, j Atlanta, Ac., Ga. ; Uou^ouKry,
blie, New Orleans, Ac.
Going EAST,? Throuah Mali lTain.?Letvl
Greensboro* dally at (:HA. iL : leave* Dan via
dally atlrtf A. M. ; connects at Uurkevllle
Seothside train from Lynchburg for Pafc
I Ac.
Through ticket* can be procured at the
ofloes In Richmond and Danville to an lmpfl
points South and Southwest, and at Greeniu
And Danville to all points North, East, and h
THOMAS DODAM RAJ
no< Hnpeiintendq
OrS'IUJt USBXO?3> Ai'O YuBX OX
KAZlatOAl/ COttfABY
SIC EUIOXD, AUtfttet J, IT
OlOHMOND AND YOKE BIVBB
r*??
WEBT.? The St earner
H. >?jgjUir Mmmin
I every WEDNESDAY u
a/fJrtif b?f?f^*xdtnr"m>p Richmond, rearbln* .
Baltimore on the following mornlnj? at sunrise (
Returrlns', the JLBJSKEREO leave* BaJtlmort 1 <
eveg MONDAY and THURSDAY at ? ??eic-e* ^
The stoamer A DM LIS AX/, Captain KinrrxH rem
mandiny, leave* White Home every TUESDAY
and FRIDAY on arrival of the cars from Rich
mond, reaching Baltimore t&e following mornlnic
at onnriie. Returning, the ADMIRAL leaves Bal
timore every WEDNESDAYand SATURDAY at
4 o'clock P. M.
PASSENGERS FOB BALTIMORE leave the
depot of the Richmond and York River Ball
road Company at S o'clock A. M. SUNDAY,
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY. Re
turning, the? leave Baltimore on MONDAY
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, and S/.TURDAt
at 4 o'clock P. *?.. r(?ar.hla?eRlchmon<1 thfl fellow
la* evenanj:. Fare to Baltimore oni7 #*
rrelght recelvKl at <&<J mce* *u.j forward*
promptly, end through hills of lading *lvjn to e
prominent point-".
The PA8HKNG Eli TRAIN leaves the depc
EVERY MORNING at S A. >L
WILLIAM B. ENOS,
oc II Freight and Ticket A^ent.
pHESAPiSAKB AND OHIO KAILROAI^
\J WINTER SCHEDULE ? On ?">.nd after the
FIRST OF OCTOBER, 1M3, the pawenjer tralnj
will ran as follow# :
MAIL TRAIN between Richmond and Staun
. ? Mlnnnf/tn
&?v? suunu-n * ? ? A. MTand 'arrive at Rich- .
^ol^TUESDAY, THURSDAY, ?ndSATTOBDJ-Y
!e.i?e Covlnufconat 8.10 A. M.. and airive at SUM
ton at #.ic a. ^.-vLeaw Staunton atl.M P. M. ana
t: between Rich
mSdSloiS^ MQHDAY^S^.
NESDAYS, and SAT UR
lotteavllle at 4 A. M. and ....... ?
I. SO A. M. Leave Richmond at 4.39 P. ML and
rive at Charlottesville at ? P. M.
The Mall Tram v-aum eta at Go^dosavllle u
Charlottesville with trait..- on Orange, Alex* ndsl
And Manassas railroids for /LKXANDB1
WASHINGTON, PHILADELPHIA, N. YO'*
LYNCHBURG. XNCXVXLLE. <HATTAN
GA. MIMP H IB.N2S V/ CP- 1 FASft
GOMERY, MOniT.T?, Ac. At ataunw
stages for LEXINGTON, NATURAL H
HARBISON B U a. tt, WXNOHii BTKIi,
Goahc-n. with stages for LEXINGTON,
SAL BBIDGH.', Ac. At, MUlboro, with *
BATH ALUM, WARM, HOT, and v
SPRINGS. At Covington] wtr.ii
WHITE SULPHOB SPRINGS, LB
CHARLESTON, AC.
JAKES F. NETHEBLA
?e ? General Ticket
PHILADELPHIA. RICHMOND^SS
L A.ND NORFOLK BTSAMSBIP^^^H
LINE.? S'.-eamera NOBFOL71 and
CITV, composing this iln&wlIJ Ifcave PUladtlpblA
every SATURDAY, and Bickmoad every JuHQM
DAY, alternately. _ j_. ^ ,
Freight t&ken for Cincinnati, Cbicjfa and l&
Louie, trtu Penneylvania C?ittat*fttllro*& Al** j
for Norfolk and Boston/ aud close codnecLo" 1
made at Norfolk. lading aignod throw** j
f aeaage to Phlladelfcia, jncl r^uliurmaals and i
room, HO. ,' W. P. l'OBTRi*, Agent,
ool7 offlcj Dock
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X OOMPAJY- S?2AMKB?i2
jminin1 i r? w.??r ivniuhuvri
~~vr O^GOODb ' BBTWBXN RICHMOND
AND BALTiMOKJK.? Lt*ve& B Mnn ??/
TJ1C3DAY, THUBSDA V , ?td <^TUHDA?
Leaves Richmond every rUJSfcDAY, THUB1S*
* Freight received every day (ezcept&nndajr) up
T o' clock P. 'JL Tiuae steamer K nave excellent ?*? %
mil Commercial Bjgcjc.
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r MOUTH, AND ALL LANDINGaJBBWfc
ok THE .JAklCS r tVKB ? Tb* f*j* and elegant
tfeamer JOHN 8YLVZ8TKB, Captain Z.C. jQet
leaves ter wharf at Eoc&tte Tot above?
SS puc?* ou MONDA y, WKDNF.BDA*. u.tf
FRIDAY at H o'clock A. M., and retanu oa toaa
connect wit a bteamer* for FALTlttORX and.
P TSm^leavS1* CITY POINT tar VWS1 BBft.,
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Fare to Korfoli,
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BAY, *uC ALL LANDING O-N JA3?UJ ?i\B]
i at reasonable rataa. . ..
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At HOME AGAIN.
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