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- THURSDAY MARCH 3, 1870.
An Kmhji knt and Truthful SrKScB.? " T mean to say," said the Hon. John Qnincv Adams last week to the Boston Con stitutional Club, " and I say it with a sense of responsibility, that to-dny there is nothing of the old Constitution of our fathers left to us except what was always understood and believed by them to be a mere incident of constitutional power, and that is this war power." * * -* "-** The old constitutional edifice of the fathers was btiilt of the white marble of the States, which they brought together voluntarily as a work of love, and piled up there one by one each in pride and delight, adding stone after stone to the beautiful and symmetri cal edifice under which we all live. [Ap plause.] But what is this thing which we now sec there in Washington ? Is that built 01 those stones ? Is that put together by any each hands as those which cemented the old cnpitol ? Why, gentlemen, it is built of the volcanic lava, hot yet from the results o'. the outpouring of the mount [applause], and it is clamped together by great bands of black, rusted, iron fetters. (Applause.) ?t's no such edifice at all; and now we have in the Presidential chair a man who, when ho swears to protect, and defend, and pre serve. the Constitution seems to think that this is the Constitution which he swears to perscrve." Alluding to a proposition which was made in the .Massachusetts Legislature a few days before to fire a hundred guns on Boston Common in honor of the passage of the fif teenth amendment, Mr. Adams said : "I was only sovry that 1 was not in the Legislature to propose, as an amendment to it, that the United States l>e humbly solicited to allow the State of Massachusetts to fire that sa lute from Fort Warren, and that tho guns might !>e shotted, in order to show the pro cess by which the amendment had been carried.'* The Biitish Astronomer Royal has a sal ary of ?1,000 a year. He may thank his stun, for it.?Fun. A sure cure for a headache in San Fran cisco is an earthquake. Olc Bull tried one, and says it is a specific. DYUNG. M'OCRINti. Ao. I i. IN NEMAN'S \j. .-TEAM DYKING A\l) SCOURING KSTAHL1S1.MK.nT, iUO Broad stm t. betwten Fourth ami Fifth streets. Ladles' Dresses, shawls. Cloaks, and Sack?, l)Yt I) IV ANY OOLoR DESIRED, or CI.KAN * 1> Ji> the V'-rv hc.-t and neatest manlier. Gentlemen's garments CLEANED OR DYEl) "Vi'ilovs stamped with all colors? I re jm'iU'oUv Infoiin the public that I have for h I*in i - S STAMPED IN ALL COLORS, and w ill Mainp goods at tnv establishment, No.T27 ?r .: -??<?', at a tiiQi h lower rate than anvhouse L: the North. Specimens of my work can be Seen at mv store. 0 II and examine for yourself. L. LIN NEMAN. No. 120 llroad street, Ja between Fourth and Fifth. AI L PRY JN RICHMOND ! nib 2 ~V"??TICL.?lite undersigned gives notice A tt at he lias In-en appointed a Special Master ty tlic ir? not court of tne United States for the di t-vt "i Virginia in the case of William Bayne ''?N' vs. The Farmers Bank of Virginia et ale. to l ike an account of all outstanding debts and <?? ? !..)? aealn-t the Farmers Bank of Virginia vfi'ch may be tiled or proved before him. and ?'?Ti -li have not been heretofore reported and id by the Master in said cause; aud the un der- :eti"further gives notice to ?11 concerned thai all -nrh debts and claims not presented and ' ' ??< f'~ re liini before the 1ST DAY OF APRIL \ XT .-hall lie excluded, and not entitled to share hi the ..vm ?, of said bank by the decree entered In -uidc.tU-e February 1st, 187(5, by said circuit court. JOHN .JOHNS, Jit., Special Master. S'gtf Journal copy. te s~?tawflw i )ai;l pry in Richmond : S. mil 2 "VOTICE.?I have tlio celebrated CE J.N MI NT PAINT for stooping leaks In old j Any pcrsou having a leaky roof can have it stopped bv calling on 1 JOHN BOWERS. Successor to Yale, Bowers & Yale, Tron Block, Governor street, Richmond, Va. fe 7?3m Paul pry in Richmond : tub 2 Last notice to delinquent T/\X-1MYKRS BEFORE ADVERTISING Til Kilt PROPERTY?The time has been ex tended until the FIFTH I)AY OF MARCH IN CLUSIVE. Those who come up and pay promptly will not be charged tlio additional twenty per cent. By order of the Finance Committee. C. P. WORD, fe H-2tawtMh5 City Collector. PAUL PRY IN RICHMOND ! mil Baled shucks, BALED FODDER, BALED OATS, BALED STRAW. BALED TIMoTHY HAY, BALED CLOVER HAY. , " CHARLES L. TODD, ^a 21 corner Sixth and CI ty streets. PAUL PRY IN RICHMOND : lull 2 'iMIE ri JtMTUllE ESTABLISHMENT S OK llAKWoOl) & ltlTTElt, opposite the j. ? t-.iiii <? ntains the most complete assortment 01 eoo<;- in their line we have noticed In the city, and we uo m t hesitate to say they are sol Hup lower t it 11 :.ny olln r house. Wc speak from experience, ai we have boupht n pond many bills of poods from them for other parties, which have pi veil en tire satisfaction, fe SS?2w M Kit CHANT. AUL l'KY IN RICHMOND! mh? 500 fe 9 BUSHELS CLOVER SEED, 100 hunhelH TIMOTHY SEEl), ,?w ktps tlUNt'OW'UEIt, '00 Laps S1L>T. assorted 250 barrels SYKl'P, too hopsheads BACON, Co bopslieuds PORTO ItICO SUGAR. A. Y. STOKES & CO. P AUL MY IN RICHMOND ! mh ? 1 O/Vl Hox Es manufactured * TOBACCO, of last summer's make, and of all praties, for sal - bv 'J lloMAS C. WILLIAMS ? CO., at factory foot of Seventh street, | Rietim *ud. Va. Our stock of STRICTLY FINE CHEWING TOIiACCO is larpe, and eaunot be excelled. mh 2?l\r |>AUL l'liV IN~RICHMONdT~ JL mli 2 ri ENTLE MEN'S H A~I R-C U T T 1 NO~ VI WH vVING. SHAMPOOING. RYKING, and "BATHING SAl.OON, ti isement of Slater's Building, above the post-ottlce. Ttichmond, Ya, HOBSON A SCOTT. Hot, Cold, and Shower Paths at all hours. Sin pie bath. TWENTY-FIVE CENTS, or five tickets for ONE DOLLAR. fe 21 ^EINE THREAD, SEINE THREAD. The secoud and last importation of SKIXF 'fllKEAR for this sea-sun Is Just received and or saJoat reduced price.. LINKS Folt HANGING SEINES uud STURGEON TWINES ulwavs or, hand at LOW PRICES. L. LICHKNSTEIN'S, No. 1707 Franklin street, ft: 12 between Seventeenth and Eighteenth. TWINE, I PATEN T WIN E. ? WORTEND YKE'S manufactured ftud f<>r sale by the bale or barrel ?t the MANCHESTER PAPER-MILL. Also, TISSUE MANILLA PAPERS. P<tKt-oftlr.fl i>ot 187. Rtchmnntl, Vt. la 21?lin* N JoVA SCOTIA G K1NDSTONES.?Ten tons best NOVA SCOTIA BLUE GRIT GRINDSTONES lauding and for sale by ft 20 ROBERT F. WILLIAMS & CO. TF YOU WANT YOLK HOUSES JL RENTED OR RENTS COLLECTED, call ou E. 13. NEWBURY, Real Estate Agent, Ja 17?ly No. 1010 Mam street. tf you have a house ok lot 1 YOU WISH TO HAVE SOLD AT AUC TION', call on K. B. NKWBURN, Real Estate Auctioneer, Ja 17?ly No. 1018 Malu street. GENU1 N E D'OKSAY COLOGNE, Dove's XX Bourbon ; a now supply French Soaps: Electric DLLs for Lumbago, Neuralgia, Ac. WOOD & SONS, fe 23 Ninth aud Main streets. A LL THE PERIODICAL LITERA TI TUBE OF THE DAV may boliadof KLLYSON & TAYLOR, r.r> ? lilfoli'lnv Viunntfh Bulldlnc. pHINA TEA bETS.?The largest assort v went to be found In the city. CaD and exam ine thuu at GEORGE C. GARY'S, *?*? iKmt-ftlBoo. CALIFORNIA GKAJLN BAGS.-3,000 for a?Ue very low by . J** A. A LKF. Envelopes and pap e k.-fuI etockni KLLYSON & TAYLOR'S, no , vPnlptrur T>i?r)<itrjt Bulldln LIME, TAR, AND GRINDSTONES. For aale by E. & P. WORTIIAM <t CO. WEDDING CARDS VI TS2S DIB PATCH " t *? worn were. raG^BEN XV twoiarge and one small g|f. ? JU ROOM, with gas and >ater. on Marshall *m- - rtt?et between Eighth and Ninth streets* Apply at 81* Marshall street, sooth side. inh 3~^5t* FOR RENT, TWO ROOMS in the#* house southeast oornerof First andClayjH?iL streets, with extra cnlrnnee. mh 3?-t FOR RENT, HOUSE with four rooms and kitchen, v-ater and gas, N S08 Marshall street, between Second and Th Ira, at ?u per mouth. Applr.o w ANI)ER80,;> mh 2?It* Hustings Court office. F~ORKENT, ROSE COTTAGE, on#? Grove street, In Sidney, ttext door to theS-^l residence of Mr. Charles > . Morrlss. It has hee? recently put In complete order, and has a fine gar den, with choice frnlt trcen. A ppy to MKS. MARIA M. friniARD, comer Male and Third streets, Judge Robertson's former residence, inh 1?eo?19t FOR RENT, FOUR of those hand-* *->me and beautiful ROOMS located onV the third floor of the bnllMIng at present occupies by the Piedmont and Arlington Insurance Com pany. with everything complete, and will suit as of!Iocs or lodging-rooms. To godsi parties, tcrnu reasonable. Applv at once to , ?a L YJSE A BROTHER, 'e ** 14.19 Mnlrr street. LOST AND iWm QTBAY COW.?Came to my housen-Spf C5 on Mond.iv, setli of February, a SMALL ifcuSL, WHITE AN!) RED CDW, very low In order. The owner will please come forward, prove pro perty, pay charges, and take her a* ay. 4 HENRY M. HARDEN, Wi'llamsburg turnpike near IJ. S. cemetery, mh a_3t? _ ^ STRAYED from my reside nce, onr??5vf Grace street between Kousheo and Ad-J? atns, a RED COW with white spots. l ive dol lars reward will be paid for her rottirn. mh a?n? THOMAS;U ILLIAMS. T OST, on 31onday flight, n GOLD STI-D. I J Tlie tinder will he rewarded hy leaving It at this ofllcc. mil t? I" OST, po in? from Virginia Hall up Franfc J lln street to Fourth street, a COI|aL EAR RING. A liberal reward will he paid If left at this ofllcc or at 105 Franklin strict. inli 2?2t? Richmond, January l?, 187<>. Application will be made for the RENEWAL OF LOST CERTIFI CATE OF STOCK (one share) In Richmond and Liverpool Packet Company staudlng in name of W. A G. Gwathmey. ja 20?Th2tn POWDER. POWDER, POWDER.?For sale low, in anv quantity, the celebrated DEAD-SHOT, TELEGRAPH, and DUCKING, brands of SPORTING POWDER : also HLASTIXG POW DER of the best quality. All of which Is war ranted to give entire satisfaction. T. W. TIONOR, Maker and Dealer In Guns, Rifles. Pistols, Am munition. and Sporting Goous, General Agent for the American Powder Company, 1432 Main street, re i?lm coyircnoxEBiEs. Q ZIMMER'S WHOLESALE PRICES : PLAIN CANDY per 100 pounds, cash, 10c.: SODA BISCUITS, No. L, per pound, 8c.; SODA BISCUIT.-s No. 2, per pound, 71c.; OYSTER CkACKE&S, No. 1, 8c.; MUSHROOM CRACKERS, No. I, 25c.; LEMON CRACKER*. 15o.; SUGAR and MOLASSES CAKES, per loo, 50c. SPICE NUTS, per pound, 14c. Direct Imported German Prunes, liaislns. Cur rants, Citron, Almonds, Nuts of all kinds. Le mons, Oranges, Pickles, Ac. fe 18 C. ZIMMER, 1543 Main street. ORANGES AND LEMONS.?Messina FRUIT receiving by steamers, and selling low to close consignments, hv J* 27 ilULST A KING. H AVANA ORANGES. MALAGA GRAPES. ALBEMARLE PIPPINS. 1* T* A. PIZZ1NT Si CO. ?morKRiKs.A^ riio WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GRO _L CERS We are now prepared to execute promptly order s for VAU.EY FLOUIt, Git A IN", and COUNTRY PRODUCE. BUTCHER & LEWIS, rah 3?lm Staunton, Vn. Groceries, liquors, &c. 5 hojr.sheads SIDES, 5 boxes BREASTS, "5 barrets EXTRA 44 C" SUGAR, to barrels " A" SUGAR, 30 barrels BROWN SUGAR, Co barrels SYRUP, various jrrades : 73 barrels WHISKEYS. RKAXDIES, ami GINS, in store and for sale b,' CHARLES F. TAYLOR, mli 2 No. fl Fifteenth street. CHEESE. CHEESE.?Twenty-five boxes prime FACTORY C1IKKSK just received In st?>re Hiid for sate bv A- ?."? ROBERT F. WILLIAMS & CO. enn BUSHELS CLOVER SEED? *J' f'J prime Pennsylvania seed?which we will close out low. ft.?8 A. Y. STOKES A CO. ANDLES.?R. G. MITCHELL & CO.'S HYDRAULIC PRESSED, oml EMERY & SONS' CANDLES. For sale by fC 20 E. S. WORTH AM CO. ?J^-EW ORLEAS SUGARS. f.u hogsheads NEW ORLEANS SUGARS, 25 hogsheads V. P. SUGARS, 230 bags RTO, LAGUAYRA. and JAVA COF FERS: 500 barrels SYRUPS, 160 barrels BOSTON MACKEREL, fc 28 A. Y. STOKES A CO. H E R R I N G S. NORTH CAROLINA CUT, GROSS, and ROE HERRINGS; HALIFAX GROSS and CTJT HERRINGS, LABRADOR SPLIT Hnd G1BBED HER RINGS. For sale by fe28 ROBERT F. WILLIAMS. pRIME SUGAR-CURED JOLES, PRIME SUGAR-CURED HAMS, PRIME SUGAR-CURED BREASTS, ntlME VIRGINIA BUCKWHEAT, PRIME FAMILY LEAF LARD. PRIME FAMILY ROE HERRINGS, itist received bv ' 1'e24 ' SHIELDS, STEVENS A CO. gUGAR-HOUSE SYRUP. FICKEN & WILLIAMS'S HIGHEST GRADE IN STORE. AOKNTS IIEItK, fc *1 r ALMER, HARTSOOK Jfc CO. TOMATOES AND PEACHES.?23 ToM^<rES,%al^CUE8' 40 b0Xe8 frCSb fc " W. G. DANDRIDGE & CO. PyRIED FRUITS.?000 pounds very nice *-^ DRIED PEACHES 5i?o pounds liiHKD APPLES, 200 pounds DRIED PEARS. lb W. G. DANDRIDGE A CO. A LMONDS, &c.?2(H) pounds fresh AL ?\. MONDS lSo pounds PECAN NUTS, l.Vi l><P<nde PALM NUTS, 100 pounds ENGLISH \\ ALN L IS. W. G. DANDRIDGE & CO. fc H 827 Broad street. BEEF TONGLEb, large size; PIG TONGUES, a good and cheap article : BUG A R-C UK E I) HAMS and BREASTS; McCLUNG'S, HUNDLEY'S, and ( HAR LOTTESVLLLE FAMILY and EXTRA FLOUR. GEORGE A. HUNDLEY'. ft' 12 Broad street. TVHK LADIES SAY THE BEST AND A only place In the city to get GOOD TEA ami ROASTED COFFEE ie at J. U. ANTHONY'S Tea Store, 732 Main street, three doors above the Spotawood Hotel, on the opjmslte side. Best Gun powder, 12: best Japan, Oolong, and English Breakfast, |l.30; Wine Crackers, Spiced jum bles, Ginger Straps; Honey Soap 5 cents per cake. 00 ceuts t?cr dozen ; superior Roasted Coffee : prime old Rio at 25 cents per pound; Sugars and Spices. fe 5 Northern peach-blow pota 1'pES?excellent for table use; MOUNTAIN BUCKW HEAT, FRESH TOMATOES, FRESH PEACHE8. WILLIAM H. TATUM, Ja 27 506 Broad street. I7L0UR.?We are manufacturing the cele 17 Prated brand of RESERVOIR FAMILY AND EXTRA FLOUR, also other grades, made of uni form quality, to suit family grocers, for sale In lots to accommodato purchaser^b^^ DUER 38 Commerce street, Baltimore, Md. Ja 25?2taw2m P AUL PRY IN RICHMOND! mli 3 CODA AND KESSmGEN WATER cm *3 draught at AUCTION SALES?Thl# Day - ? ?' ftetwefm Fourteenth and Fifteenth ?treet?. t>av;nbhoker'Tsale?TEN TJ X 1;>AND DOLLARS' WORTH OF OL UCG, DRY GOODS, 8HOKB, HATS, WAT( w c.?WU1 be sold at auction at my uteri 1434 Main atrcct, commencing at 10 o'clocl DAY, the entire stock of n New York broker, consisting in part of BOO FROCK, -*ACK, and OVERCOATS ; 200 pairs PANTS and VESTS. 130 ARMV OVERCOATS nnd TANTS, SO BLANKET8 (assorted), 100 IIATS (assorted), , _ . ? ? gross SILVER-PLATED TEA and TA BLESPOONS. 10 gross TABLE and POCKET CUTLERS, loo pairs ROOTS and SHOES, Lot of WATCHES, JEWELRY. Ac. ALSO, 2 PIANOS, In good order. . .. The above sale will be continued dally a o'clock A. M. and 7 o'clock P. d?Jg; ml, a?3t ~ ' Auctioneer.? JJy Thomas W. Keesoe. Auctioneer, No. 1317 Main street. IT O USE HOLD FURNITURE FOR 8 I (jii r at AUrTI'^NI will Stll DVV at my auctlon-hoose. rommcnclnR At 10 S'clU ?T/rCJ ;?.! assortment or supe rlor FURNITURE, consisting FURNITURE One SUIT ROSEWOOD 1 A It LOR FUBNIlUBIt OneVniT* WALNUT PARLOR FURNITURE One'SniT MAHOGANY PARLOR FURNITURE XV \ " N FT and MAHOGANY WARDROBES, mAVoGAXV and WALNUT BUREAUS and WASHSTANDS, WALNUT and COTTAGE.CHAMBER SUITS, jVv vv I.TN I) and COTTAGE BEDSTEADS, EXTENSION* and other DINING T ABLES, MA H O G A NY SOFAS, LOUNGES, < and CHAIRS; HAIR and SHUCK MATTRESSES. XVALXUT. OAK, and MAHOGANY SIDE BOARDS; o?c MIT-LINER'S SHOWCASE (for the door), CARPETS. : ROUND TABLES and STANDS, TIN <^AEES, CUPBOARDS, CASES, <to. THOMAS W. KEKSEE, mh 3 Auctioneer. By The,mas W. Keesec, Auctioneer, No. 1317 Main street. Large iron safe and steel OOIK CHEST FOR SALE AT AUCTION? T w|*rt sell, nt the auction-house of Thomas W. Kcejce, on THURSDAY. March 3d. ?t 11 o'clock, til" LARGE IRON SAFE nnd STEEL COIN CIYEST. the property of the Bank of Howards vlile. Persons in want of the above will do well t<v attend the sale. WILLIAM TP A SMTTTI. Receiver for the Bank of Ilowardsvllle. Thomas W. Kkf.SKR. Auctioneer. mh 1 By Richardson & Co., Auctioneers and Real Estate Agents, 1113 Main street. TRUSTEE'S SALE" OF A FRAME STORE AND DWELLING (No. 1518). ON 7 EASED GROUND, ON THE NORTH SIDE OF BROAD STREET A FEW DOORS EAST OF JAIL ALLEY, AT AUG! ION._By virtue of a deed of trust executed by Benjamin Ellis to the undersigned as trustee dated the 7th dav of Octo ber. isflS, and recorded in tbe clerk's office of the hustings court of tbe city ?>f Richmond, being re quired so to do bv Hie beneficiary therein secured, I wlU sell nt public auction, on tbe premises, THURSDAY tbe 3d day of M*rcli, at 4 o'clock P. Y... tbe property mentioned and described as above. Term* *t ?nb*. RICHARD CAUTTTORN. Trustee. Ru mahdson' & < o.. Auctioneers. fe 23 By Richardson & Co., Ileal Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 1113 Main street. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF A FRAME DWELT.TNG AND STORE. No 1.S10. ON LEASED '-ROUND. ON Tn* NORTH SIDE OE BROAD STREET EAST OF JAIL ALLEY, AUCTION.?By virtue of a deed of tru?t dated the 2d dav of February, 1*60, executed by W. H. Oghurn to tbe undersigned as trustee, nnd re corded In the clerk's office of the Hustings Court of flic city of Richmond, being required so to do by the beneficiary therein secured. I will sell at public auction, on tbe Premises, THURSDAY the 3d day of March, at half-past 4 o'clock P. M., the property mentioned ami described as above. Terms : At. sale. THOMAS S. ARMSTF.AD, Trustee. Rirn arpsov .<? Co.. Auctioneers. fc2rt By James M. Tavlnr, Ileal Instate Agent and Auctioneer, Olllce No. 821 Main street. A VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND TN THE COUNTY OF HENRICO, ADJOIN ING FOtfT Gp.MKP. FOB SALE AT AUC TION" Will bo told;itpublic auction on THUTtB I)AV the Jtil day of Mnrdi. 1870. on the premises, at 12 o'clock M." a TRACT OF LAND lying In the county orileiirlro. adjoining Fort Gilmer and ex tending to 1 ho Osborne turnpike, about one mile from James river, and about six miles below Richmond, formerly belonging to the Wil ton estate, and containing THREE IIl'NDRED ANI) THIRTY ACRKS. The lauil Iris been laid off Into lots of from thirty to forty acres each. Tt will tie sold accord!lift to the plats or In the whole, as may he desired on the d.tv of sale. The sale will commence at Fort Gilmer. Tkkms ; i mo-fourth cash ; the balance at four, eight, and twelve months, with Interest from date, ami scoured by deed of trust. JAMES M. TAYLOR, fc 25 Auctioneer. ByW. Goddtn Auctioneer and Real Estate Agent. 031M I SS IONE 1US" >ALE OF HOUSE X > AN!? L' T c.iRNKR OF FRANKLIN AND TWENTY-FIRST STREETS In pursuance of a decree of the circuit court for the city of Rich-| mrmd entered on the 17tli day of February. 1870, In a suit pending therein in the style of'Gibb vs. Gibb. ] shall proceed to sell to the highest bidder, at tmblic auction, on the premises, on THURS DAY tli ? 3d day of March next, at 4 o'clock P. M., the II c USE AND LOT on the south side of Frank lin and the oast side of Twenty-llrst street, In the cltv of Richmond, having a front of forty feet on Franklin street and running hack sixty-five feet on Twenty-first s'reet. Teh MS : One-fourth cash: for the balance, upon a credit of three and six months, with interest from xiie day of sale, in equal payments. Negoti able notes well endorsed will be "required for the deferred payments. Title retained until all the purchase money is pukl and a couvevanee direct ed b\ the court." 0. G. GRTSWOLD, l'e2l Commissioner. WANTS. F" ARMER "WANTED.?"Wanted, an ex perienced FARMER to take charge of a farm in Charles City county, on James river. Would prefer one with some team of his own, aud work on shares. There were abou* forty bushels wheat sown last fall, and large portion "of corn land is broken up. For further Information, apply to ltO. J. CHRIS'I IAN, corner Twenty-sixth and Main streets, mil 3?3t Richmond. WANTED.?A YOUNG MAN who has had several years' experience at BOOK KEEPING in this city desires a situation which will require his attention four or five hours in the evening. Address ACCOUNTANT, mli 3?ill* carc Dispatch oflice WANTED, A SITUATION AS OVER T Y SEER ON A FARM by a man who under stands farming in 11 its branches and is well ac quainted with gardening. Has no family but a wile. Address FARMER, mh 3--It* Dispatch office. WANTED.?Wc want immediately FIVE WHITE MEN to goto Mississippi. Wages, $13 per month and board. Transporta tion free. Call at once. GEORGE D. PEARMAN & CO.. Labor Agents, mil 3?lt* corner Mayo and Franklin streets. WANTED, u situation as SALESMAN or CLERK IN A'GR' <CERY by a man who can bring a good i ustom and will take a situation on reasonable terms; or in any business that will pay a moderate salary. Address MERCHANT, Dispatch otlice. nib 3?It* WANTED, A .MILLINER to go to a country town. One who Is qualified to do all kinds of millinery work will find steady em ploymcut and a good salary. A poly to E. TTOLZINGER, mh 2?21* No. 10 Seventeenth street. WANTED, AN AGENT for Norfolk, Fredericksburg, Lynchburg, Charlottes ville. Alexandria, and Danville; also, every eountv in the State. Rare chance tomake money. Apply at A. If. ROBINS'S Drugstore, Second street between Clay and Leigh, mil 2- It* WANTED.-A PLEASANT HOME aud PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT secured to a good mail capable of running a small GRIST- I MILL a short distance in the couutrv. Terms moderate. References required. Address 708 Franklin street, Richmond, Va. mh X?3td&\vlt* WANTED.?A young lady qualified to tench the English branches anil French de sires a SITUATION in a private family. Is will ing to teach for her hoard and clothing and to mike herself generally useful iu the family. Ap ply to B. C? at this oillco. mh 1?31* WEAVERS WANTED at the MER CHANTS MANUFACTURING COMPA NY. . Z. BE ALL, Superintendent, Campbell's Bridge near head of Old street, nib 1?3t Petersburg, Va. Employment office. No. 9 fifteenth st.,] Unjplii Lt. Oiiables Hotel, Richmond, Va. ! WANTED, TO HIRE ALL THE CO-| LURED HANDS we can get for farms South. Also, BLACKSMITHS aud CARPEN TERS. We pay the highest wages. Call at once. j; V. A W. M. JUSTI8. feO?lm Labor Agents. HIDES "WANTED.?Highest market price paid in cash for DRY AND GHEEN HtDES by HULST & KING, do to 1122 Main street. ITT ANTED, by a Virginia lady of several Tt years' experience, a SITUATION as eachcrof the English branches and mathematics, lest testimonials as to qualifications, etc., given. Lddrcss "B. C.," Louisa Courthouse, stating alary. Ja20? 2taw2m lAUL FRY IN RICHMOND ! mh 2 Rich platep tea sets-op new end rich desim$n.Ju? received and for sale at the Iowwt prlco*. ? GEGBGE 0. GaBY, 4a I ' o&sofilteisitatttti AUCTION BAIER-Fntaw D*je. ? Auctioneer and He*! EzlMe Agunt, First and Hall streets, In the town of Manchester, tho property conveyed to m? by William ?? Chalkier, ho Imvlng surmndered the Mine?ome with tiie request that It should he Bold for account of the beneficiaries under the tn>itow<M?y, a FRAME BDILDIVG on Flret nnd Hull streets iiwl as a- coopcr-shop. ?nbleet to frouna rent at the rate of ?25 per annnm. the rent being due ana parable Cr-m the istOetober. OT)rr All the HOOP-POT,F,R and FLOUR-BABRF.L STAVES and HEADINGS In the cooper-ahop and T(MoRSf! Wd one WAf^N and HARNESS Terms : Cash. T. W. McCANCK Jr , Trustee. s?io conducted by W. GODDIN, Anctloneer. rnh 3 By James M. Taylor. Real Estate Agent and Auctioneer. Office No. 321 Main street. riOMMISSIONETTfTsALE OF REAL V7 ESTATE IV RICRMOND?By virtue of a decree of the Jndge of the circuit court of the city of Richmond pronounced on the 2lth dsv of Feb ruary, 1870, in the case of Taylor rtt. Stunts. I shall, as special commissioner thereby appointed, proceed to eell at nubile auction, on SATURDAY (he 12th dav of March. 1870, at 41 o'clock, on the premises. If fair, if rot. the n?xt fair day there after. the following REAL ESTATE described In said decree, a portion of said property being In the town of Sidnev, In Harvle's plan, near Belvl dere?viz.: r.?'TK Nos. 4 and 11 In square No. 0. No. 4 fronts on the west side of Belvldere street between Bev erly and Albemarle streets f!0 feet by 148 feet deep. Lot No. 11 fronts on the e?st side of Pine street 60 feet, running back 145 feet to an allev. LOTS Nos. n nnd 13. in square No. U. front 80 feet each on the east side of l aurel at its intersec tion with Spring street running buck 145 feet. On MONDAY the 14th of day of March. 1*70. en the premises, will he sold the other LOT named in said decree, beingthat, desirable LOT in Roeketts. frontlngabont elghtv-two feet on Poplar street at Its intersection with A sit afreet, and ex'ending across the York River railroad : at present occn nl?d by the United States Government ae a lum ber. yard. This may he considered a valuable lot, lvine on both sides of th? railroad. Terms : Ono-th'rd cash : the balance at four and eicht. months for negotiable note*. Interest- added: title to be retained until the whole of the pnr eha.se money shall have been paid. Thepurchnser to have the right to pay ca?h nnd obtain Ms deed. JAMES M. TAYLOR, mil 2 Special Commissioner. By "W. f? odd in. Auctioneer and Real Eftate Agent. TWO VERY VALUABLE LOTS, ON THE SOUTH SIDE O* RROA D BETWEEN FTRST AND SECOND STREETS, FOR SALE AT AUOTTON.-WU1 be sold at motion, on-the premises, on MOVDAY the 7Mi Mai <?!). ''SlO, at 4 o'clock r. M.. those TWO VALUABLE M)TS located as above, each 22 bv 130 feet to an allev_ one occupied bv Mr. Thos. C. Epns and the other bv Mr. F.. K. Woodward, and each renting for $150 per annum. Tbrms : One-third cash; balance at. fonrand eii'bt months, bearing intcrcsf. secured by a trust deed. W. GO DTI IN. mli l ' Auctioneer. By Richardson .t Co.. Real Estate Agents and Auctioneers, No. 1113 Main street. TYESTBABLE REAL ESTATE ON I / CHURCH RTLT, FOR SALE AT AUC TION._"\VT11 be sold at nnrtlon, on the premises, on MONDAY, 7tb lnstint at 3 h o'clock ?*. M.. the property formerly owned hv.TolmC. Ennnff de ceased, consisting of a BRTOK DWELLING with five rooms, the usual ont-bonses. and about THREE ACRES OF LAND. located Just beyond the eastern corporate limits, and on the road lead ing to Oakwood Cemetery. Aico, at i\ o'clock P- M. tbc same day. TWO V'EW FRAMED TENEMENTS, each having five rooms, store, nnd lot 55 by 125 feet on the northeast, comer of Twenty fifth and Leigh streets. Rotli of the last-named tenements are occupied bv prompt-paying tenants, one of whom has been doing for a vr-nr or more a lucrative drug business in the adjoining store. To any one desiring to purchase with that view or otherwise a fine opportunity is offered. Terms : One-third cash ; balance at 4. s. and 12 months for negotiable notes, with Interest added, and secured bv a deed of trust. RICHARDSON & CO.. mli 1 . Auctioneers. Bv Grobbs A Williams, Real Estate Agent? anil Auctioneers, Eleventh street between Main and Bank. TRUSTER'S SAT/EOF REAL ESTATE IV SIDNEY.?Bv virtue of a deed of trust executed bv A. Grant. Jr.. ti tist.ee for Mrs. Jiil'a A. Green. Usted 29th October.*1*57. and recorded In Richmond Hustings Court office. being thereto required bv the holders of the notes seenred bv said deed. T will sell at auction, upon the premises, en MONDAY, 7th of March, at 1} o'clockP. M., If fair, if not, then on the tl-st fair day thereafter, at the same hour the following property?to wit. a T.OTon the south side of Dfver street between Cherrv and Culvert streets, fronting 101 feet, run nine back ISO feet to an nllev 15 feet wide. Also, a FRAMED DWELLING on (lie north side of Cumberland street, between Ch?rry and Culvert, beginning 99 feet 11 inch?soa?t of Culvert street, fronting 25 fee*, running back 11.1 feet. TERMS : To pav otTa prior lien and the notes secured hv the deed of trust would rentilre thesnm of #9fl9 with Interest thereon from 29'n of October. 1807, In addition to the expenses of sale, to be paid In cash : the residue to he upon sneb terms as the trustee in said deed may direct, or In ease of his failure to give such direction, upon such terms ns the trustee mav tldnk tit. It Is supposed, however, that the terms mav be chanced so as to require a less sum in cash than above stated. J\ W. GRUBBS, Trustee. Giii'ims & Wtt.LlAMS, Auctioneers. mh 1 By A.*C. Pulllam, Auctioneer, southwest corner Main and Fourteenth streets. IiRUSTEE'R SALE OF VALUABLE FARM OF FORTY-TWO ACRES (MORE OR LESS), ON THE MANCHESTER AND FALLING CREEK TURNPIKE. A ROUT TWO A NT) A HALF MR ES FROM RTCHMOVp.-By virtue of a deed of trust executed hv F. Pcrplgnon to the subscriber as trustee, bearing date the 9tli dav of March. 1901. for previsions therein con tained, and duly recorded In the clerk's office of ] the countv court of Chesterfield eountv, (Deed Roek. volume 47. page 3.) and being required so to do hv the beneficiary In said deed, T will sell at public auction, on the premises, on THURSDAY the 10th day of March. 1970, at 4 o'clock P. M., the verv valuable FARM, containing FORTY TWO ACRES (more or less), on the south side of | the Manchester and Falling Creek turnpike, and adjoining lhe lands of J. Tlobhs's estate, Rsy Moss's estate, and others, whereon the said Per plirnon now resides. Terms: Cash ?s to a sufficiency to pav allex penses attending the said trust arid liquidate the claim (In present currency) mentioned In said deed; as to the residue of such purchase money, the same shall be made pavablc at such times and in such sums as the 6ald F. Pcrplgnon shall di rect. JAMES m7 PERDUE, Trustee. Sale conducted by A. C. Pulliam, Auctioneer. mh 1 By Richardson A Co., Reul Estate Agents and Auctioneers, 1113 Main street. TRUSTEE'S SALEOF A VALUABLE X TRACT OF FARMING ANI) TIMBERED LAND WITH IMPROVEMENTS. SAW-MILL, Ac., CONTAINING TWO HUNDRED AM) FIFTY-SIX ACRES. MORE OR LESS, TEN MILES EAST OF RICHMOND. AND NEAR MEADOW STATION. ON THE YORK RIVER I RAILROAD, AT AUCTION?By virtue of a deed of trust executed to me. the undersigned, by Christian Leber, Jr., the 25th day of June. 1857. and recorded in the clerk's office of nenrico county. I shall, as trustee, being required so to do by the beneficiary therein secured, proceed to sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, at the office of Richardson & Co., 1113 Main .-treet. under Lan caster A Co.'s. THURSDAY, 10th Sfareh, at 12} o'clock P. M., the TRACT OF LAND described in the above-mentioned deed, adjoining the lands of Edward Garthrlght. Thomas .T. Carter, and others, known as "LONG MEADOW," and con taining TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY-SIX ACRES, more or less-one half cleared and Im proved. the balance timbered with original growth of pine, oak. hickory, and buttouwood, with a good FRAME DWELLING, ample out-houses, saw-mill, and water for all purposes. Tkums : One-third cash; balance at four, eight, and twelvo months, for negotiable notes. Interest added, and secured bv a deed of trust. GEORGE D. WISE, Trustee. Richardson ? Co.. Auctioneers. fe29 By W. Goddiu, Auctioneer. /COMMISSIONER'S- SALE OF SIX V/ SMALT. TENEMENTS ANI) LARGE NUM. BER OF BEAUTIFUL LOTS IN THE SQUARE BOUNDED BY VENARLE, CAPRINGTOV, ROSE, AND TWENTY-FIFTH STREETS.?By vrtue of a decree of the Judge of the Has tings Court of the city of Richmond pro nouueed on the 21th February, 1970, in the case or Cullingworth against Cullingworth, Ac.. I shall, us special commissioner thereby appoluted, proceed to sell at public auction, on the premises, on FRIDAY the 4th March, 1870. commencing at I o'clock P. M., lf| fair. If not. the first fair day thereafter, thattrulv BEAUHFUL SQUARE, located as above, con taining upwards of TWO ANI) A HALF ACRES, which will he sold according to a recent plat unci survey, having fronts on venable, Carrington, and Twenty-fifth streets, running back to a wide alley. On this square there are three BRICK TENE MENTS and three FRAME ones, and eighteen or nineteen handsome VACANT LOTS. This part of the city has recently been improved j in aopearancc, and the lota are amongst the handsomest lu that part of the city. To persons of small means tills property pre- | 1 scuts many attractions, as the neighborhood is a good one, and churches of different denomina tions are very convenient. Terms: One-fourth cash; balance at four, eight, and twelve montlft for negotiable notes, In | terest added, secured by tho retention of the title till all of the purchase money is fullv paid. , . MARYE. CULLINGWORTH, fe 25 Special Commissioner. FJLOUR. ______ T> RIDGE WATER FAMILY FLOU R .? JL> I am manufacturing a choice article of FAM ILY FLOUR?superior to unvl have heretofore made. Every barrel w arrante'd to give satisfac tion, or be returned. J. B. F1CKLIN, Falmouth, Va. ply of the abov -t ?- "?. ? -?* ?? ? ,u, nuii! in lots to sul purchasers. E. & 8. "WORTHAM A CO., fc 23 Agents for J. B. Fickl&i, r.r^CTT?avc, r" liand a Rood supply of the above FLOUR, which we otTer for sale in lots to suit >AUL PRY IN RICHMOND ydFTi A tlC no IlSh i-g* ,v,> t AROE aitd attractive sale. T A wirnvrsnAY the ?th inst*nt, cotn ^Tt^FfPclock.wc will sell at our auction desirable assortment of :3fe.?w^/f?9,;bo^ 200 cafl%cclvlnR^om Boston, embracing,-every variety Tor men, women, misevs, ana 20 cascJ MKN'k AND BOYS' HATS, of the latest and most popular styles , with an Invoice of travelling bags, UMBRELLAS, FRENCH CORSETS, &<*. Tp which will he added a great variety of stock goods, consisting:of QTTrkiro BOOTS AND SHOES, DRY GOODS, being the ?utek orf retail store cloalng bnslncas. Bafe poiltlre aa^'.'^'T^Anetloaeere.-. By Coot 4 Langhton, Auctioneers, corner of Governor and Franklin streets. ttobsoth stallion, top-wagost, JV SINGLE ANDqVmrj|^o\Y t^^th instant a^cSie ??.t ael^at the horre-lot, tear of 5SS?BSBrfSSfew.?s J3rta'S!SSSi-TT' ranted sound and to ?jJk0N, wlfh top, pole, One excellent SPRING w a""1' ? DofS?T?! SIXOLE HAKXESS, a. good a. Tnelbnye propertycan, be seen at Xo. Mt.Malo .tree, nntH.be da,of t LA LOTTO X,, \ T(T T/H SALE.?ONE High constable,? be FRAMED SITED AT ATJi ^ ^ o,c]o(,k sold on SATT7RDAY, pj,(\p^BTY, on leaspd M., the .^^r'^The corner of Seventh and Ca gronnd. situated on 'n ? - ,]|strc<"? warrant In mv "in,"?Tfflvorof^ Duval and again.. H. W;Hcy W111^MESLAWRIE, H. C. C. R. TTwtrstituted trustee in a Immmm Tnrms :t^bwal. C. O^FOLKJ.^ fc 23?tMB4* ?????-????? By Lcc A Goddln. Auctioneers, No. 1113 Main street. muimTFE'S SALE OF VALUABLE TrarKUt F.BTATV ,X HEX GROVE^?NAT?.%, "?>?? "f ? 11 ctarv secured therein, I will pro x*- them.. ^AY^he U?rth?da^^^ land with the j near the[ rR?8 nw?n which Is about TWENTA-ONE w , tbe a? COMFORTABLE Pg ELL IN r usual out-bouse? ? st successfully ciilti whlchhas been frri^rs past sue T AND bp)nL, vated as a market-ga,^by tlie lands of bounded as follows ..Oni those ol' estate or I that of ? Btanard and ,1.0 Bald H?7.1ett Lofland. uiinnep In one, two. TKRMS: <>nc-thir<l with interest , "T!?d ate <W?m d,y Of ^ trujon a. nreper.,. j ittvrtfF'S SALE.?Bv virtue of execu MARotaW efnllSg property, to satisfy the said execu STEAM FIRE ENGINES, HOOK ?E LADDER TRUCK and FIX TURES. REF. LS, with liore. TERMS1 Casio WIt,OUT. !>. S? u for A. B. Thompson, fe ?* Sheriff Cltv of Richmond. Bv Grubbs 4 Williams. Auctioneers, - Eleventh between Main and Bank streets. !iV4i&E^ i? BarhSVcwMl b$1 upon "tbeKeTnispon T: ESDA Y. 8th of March at 4i yVIot kP. M.. Gi? SASSf Each of them? if 8 iy 140 feet to au alley 1(5 feet wide. TEBMS : At sale. URBS A wn.LTAMS, ftW Auctioneers. REAL estate_ at pkitate sax^ \y. 1$. Robins, Real Estate Agent, No. 1002 Main street. Avo 1 CHVNCE TO LOCATE AD VANTAGEOUSLY NEAR THE CITY OF RICHMOND-I ?m authorized by the owner 5?sa?iSStrSl.^S^^|f?I Chpcrsonsdcslrlng to purchase will find It to their I advantageto Reai Estate Agent, . ? u ' 1002 Main street. l 3?-It By Lee 4 Goddln. Auctioneers, No. 1113 Main street. FOUR-STORY brick storehouse, ON CAHY BF.TWEEN THIRTEENTH AND VIRGINIA STREETS, FOR SALE.-We are authorized to sell tliat commodious and well located STOREHOUSE located as described above, now in the occupancy of Messrs. Eggleston & Smoot, fitted up with office, hatchways, gas and water, complete. For particulars apply to mh 3?lw LEE & GODDIN. OR SALE, SEVERAL DWELLINGS and a number of VACANT LOTS, In various parts of the cltv. Apply to pih 2?it J. L. APPERSON. For sale, tenement No. io9j? (part frame and part brick), 011 the east *3 -1' side of Sixth between Cary and Canal streets, con taining thirteen rooms with fire-places. In the rear besides smoke-house, etc., is a LARGE TWO-STORY BRICK BUILDING, which at small cost might be made into a dwelling. The LOT lias a front of 50 feet and depth of 132 feet, on which arc some good Irult trees, grape-vines, etc. Terms liberal. Apply to fe 20?Ct J. L. APPERSON. FOR SALE OR LEASE.?As the autho rized agents, we oflfer all the PROPERTY heretofore in use for the accommodation of the poor ofthe county of Henrico, conslstingof O^E HUN DRED AND SIXTY-SEVEN ACRES OF LAND situated about six miles east of the city of Ri di mond and half a mile from the new Central turn pike, with a HOUSE thereon suitable for adwell lng-honse (no other buildings). The land Is of good quality, naturally; aboutouc-ililrd cleared; Balance In small wooded growth (oak bushes). There will also be sold a No. 1 MULE and SPRING WAGON, with a small supply of FARMING IMPLEME N'l S. Apply to JOHN WOOD WORTH or JACOBS. ATLee, the authorized agents. If the above property is uot sold before the 7th day of March nest it will on that day be offered for lease for a term of three years, at the county courthouse. fe 17?td ffOOP AND COAL. Reduction in price of coke. We have reduced the price of our CARBON HILL SOFT COAL?the most superior fuel know n for all kinds of stoves and cooking purposes?to summer prices. Best ANTHRACITE COAL (sold by weight), WOOD, and BITUMINOUS COAL of ail kinds, at lowest market rates. JONES A BROOKE, mh 1 Sixth street near Canal. Franklin lorberry coal egg, STOVE, AND CHESTNUT SIZKS.-I am now selling the above celebrated ANTHRA CITE COAL at the same price of inferior coals In this market. S. P. LATHROP, Ja 28 Seventeenth street, at draw-bridge. Anthracite coal.?i am prepared to furnish the best quality LORBERRY. RED ASH, EGG and STOVE COALS, at the?lowest market price. Those In want of u choice article will please give me a call. Oflice ana yard corner of Seventeenth and Dock streets. fe 11 WIRT ROBERTS. (10AL AND WOOD.?Consumers can J save money by caUing on me before pur chasing, as I oner to every consumer a discount on current prices equal to amount paid drummers by other dealers. CHARLES II. PAGE, Nlueteenth and Cary and Seventh and Grace, fei F rmSITUBE, Ac. URNITURE AND MATTRESS _ WAKEKOOMS.?Up eiairs, opposite the post-office, Main street, yen will fluu In two ol those lron-rrout buildings tbe largest and most varied assortmeutof PARLOR, CHAMBER, and DINING-ROOM FURNITURE lu the State, ol everv varietvof style and finish. Also, Mattresses and Spring Reds made to order la any style de sired. Our stock of Chamber Furniture belug very largo, complete suits can be purchased at our establishment from $35 to $600. we have reduced tbe prices of all our goods, and we are now selling about as low as we did fifteen years ago. We Invite all In want of good, substantial Fur niture to examine our assortment before buying. We have goods to suit all parties?the rich or tne poor. HABWOOD & RITTEIt, opposite the post-office. Main street, de 16 Richmond, va. PAUL PRY IN RICHMOND J inh 2 Hair.-wo bus^i* plasterers HUB (os g&ie by RUL9T 4 KING, CLOTHS, CA88IMEBEF, and VESTINGS, . ? .. In addition to RX ADY-MADE CLOTHING I keep constantly on hand a largo and fashionable assortment of CLOTHS, CASSIMfcKES, aad VESTINGS, which I will make np to meaanroin the latest styles and best workmanship. Mr. Jacob Ebel, of Germany, lately of Balti more, one of the best cutters on coats and pants in the State of Virginia, is with me, and if lie cannot cut to fit and please yon no one else can. Give him a trial. SMITH THE CLOTH I KB, 1308 Main street. Salesmen : R. A. Saunders, E. F. Pecor, J. L. Smith. re 32 0 1LOTHING AT BALDWIN*8 LATEST IMPROVEMENTS IN STYLE AND FINISH. KNOWN TO THE TRADE. BUY BALDWIN'S CLOTHING, FOE IT 18 THE BEST IN TOWN. BALDWIN'S CLOTHING GIVES YOU A GENTEEL APPEARANCE. YOUNG AND OLD WILL FIND ALL STYLES TO SUIT THEM. BALDWIN'S SALES THE PRESENT SEASON ASTONISH ALL. FIVE THOUSAND SUITS uF ALL GRADES HAVE BEEN SOLD. CITIZENS AND STRANGERS, WE SHALL BE GLAD TO SEE YOU. LOWER THAN TIlE LOWEST OUR GOODS SHALL BE SOLD. BALDWIN THE CLOTHIER, CORNER MAIN AND TENTH STREETS ja 3 FOR TOBACCONISTS. J ICO RICE PASTE, GUMS, TONQUA BEANS, OIL. Ac., always!on liandandfor saleon conslgnors'account, by GEORGE & BOYKIN, General Commission Merchants, No. 23 Thirteenth street, fc 11?3m Richmond, Va. jlcOKICE ! LICORICE !! J. 0. A CO., G. C. These favorites are just coming In store, fresh from the Importers. ALSO, GUM. superior quality; TONQUA BEANS, OIL, in ilve-galion tins. fc 7?Im HARVF.YS & WILLIAMS. OBACCO-BOX LUMBER. 300,000 feet4-1 CANADA SYCAMORE, 350,000 feet ft CANADA SYCAMORE, f.o,ooo feet i-4 OAK. 50,000 feet 4^1 WHITE PINE, 20,000 feet ROCK MAPLE, 30,000 feet ASH, 1, 2, 3, and i inches thick. All of the above Is thoroughly seasoned. I am manufacturing TOBACCO BOXES at my factory, and always have a good snpplv on hand. 230 tons RED AS1I ANTHRACITE COAL land ing ihis day, and for sale In quantities to suit pur chasers. JAMES uUNN, corner of fe l?2awlw Dock and Twenty-llrst streets. STOVES AND TINWARE. MoKsTCASTLE'S, ill 620 BROAD STREET. Just received, a larce assortment of TOILET WARE and HOUSE-FUKNISIIING GOODS of1 all descriptions. VENT1T/ATORS for smoky chimneys. All kinds of STOVES repaired at shortest notice, fe 22 T a-ITEAMJKXa. Philadelphia, rich MOND AND NORFOLK 8TEAM-^_ SHIP LINE?FOR PHILADELPHIA TWICE A W E K K.-Stonmcrs NORFOLK, J. W. EVERWAN, and J. S. GREEN, composing tills line, will leave Richmond everv MONDAY and THURSDAY, and Philadelphia every WEDNES DAY and SATURDAY, alternately, at 12 o'clock M. Freight received every day (Sundays except ed) at the Company's freight-house on the Dock. Freights taken for Norfolk at moderate rates. Passage to Philadelphia, Including meals aud stateroom, *?. W. P. PORTER, Agent at Richmond. Office No. 2125 Dock street. WM. P. CLYDE ft CO., Agents at Philadelphia, Offices No. 12 South wharves, fe It and No. 14 North wharves. POWHATAN STEAMBOATAvEm* t C? ).M P ANY?Steamers STATEJeSSSS^ OF MARYLAND and PETERSBURG?Cheap, reliable, and safe route to Baltimore, Savannah, Boston, and the West. TrI-weekly line to Balti more, making close connections with steamers to Philadelphia. No transhipment of goods be tween Richmond and Baltimore. Leave Balti more every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SA TURDAY. Leave Richmond every MONDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY. ? Freight received every day up to c o'clock P. M., except Saturday, and on Saturday up to 3 o'clock P. M. See dally advertisement for hour of sailing. These steamers have excellent saloon, stateroom, and passenger accommodations- Fare, ??! ; meals and stateroom extra. For freight or passtigc, ap Pl>t? HARVEYS ft WILLIAMS, Agents, fe 13 Commercial Block, T> O R NO RFOLE, PORTS-/ JY Mt'UTir, AND ALL REGULAR, LANDINGS ON THE JAMES RIVER?The last aud elegant UNITED STATES MAIL steamer JOHN SYLVESTER, Captain Z. C. Gittoud, leaves her wharf at Rocketts for the above-named places on MONDAY'S. WEDNESDAY'S, and FRI DAY'S, at 6$ o'clock A. M., and returns on Tues days, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Passengers arrive In Norfolk In time to con nect with steamers for Baltimore and points North. Trains leave City Point for Petersburg on arri val of steamer. Fare to Norfolk, *2.52. FREIGHT received Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, from 12 M. to GJ P. M., for Norfolk, Portsmouth, Boston, Baltimore, and principal landings on Chesapeake bay, and all regular landings on Jamei river, at reasonable rates, NU WHARFAGE CHARGED. Freights for way-landings must hepre-paid. Apply to L. B. TATU3I, Agent, se 21 Office, steamers' wharf. WILLIAM C. DUNHAM & CO., GENERAL SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Corner Main and Eleventh streets, Richmond, Va. Post-Office Box sa FOR NEW YORK. OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY. The splendid new side-wheel steamships ISAAC BELL. 8ARATOGA, NIAGARA, ALBE MARLE, end HATTERAS. leave New York for Norfolk, City Point, and Richmond, every TUES DAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY at 3 o'clock P. M. Leave Richmond every TUESDAY, FRI DAY, and SUNDAY, at high tide. These ships arc entirely new. They have elegant saloons and staterooms. The fare, accommoda tions, and attention, are unsurpassed. Close connections made with steamers for all southern and European ports. Insurance effected, when ordered, AT A QUAR TER OF ONE PER CENT., at the offices of this companv. N. L. McCreadt, President, 187 Greenwich street. New York. WILLIAM C. DUNHAM & CO., Agents. corner Main and Eloveuth streets, FOR LIVERPOOL AND QUEENSTOWN INMAN LINE OF MAIL STEAMERS," FROM NEW YORK EVERY SATURDAY, AND ALTERNATE TUESDAYS. BATES OF PASSAGE BY TIIK SATURDAY STEAMER 1 First Cabin, Payable in Gold. Liverpool or Queenstown JIM 00 Steerage. Payable in Currency. Liverpool or Queenstown.... $ 33 OS PASSAGE BY TUESDAY STEAMER VIA UAH FAX : Liverpool or Queenstown (gold) $ 80 00 Halifax (gold) SO 00 St. John's, N. F., hv branch steamer (gold)., 00 00 Steerage, Payable in Currency. Liverpool or Queenstown 80 00 Halifax 13 oo St. John's, N. F-, by branch steamer 30 00 Tickets sold to and front England, Ireland, and the Coutinout, at moderate rates. For further Information annlv at the Company's offices. JOHN G. DALE, Agent. 13 Broadway, New York; or to WILLIAM C. DUNHAM & CO., Agents. NATIONAL LINE. Steamers weekly to LIVERPOOL, calling at QUEENSTOWN, leavlngSi pier 47 North river every Saturday : FRANCE, QUEEN, HELVETIA, DENMARK, ERIN. PENNSYLVANIA, ENGLAND, VIRGINIA, LOUISIANA. Cabin passage, Jiooaud $75, currency. Steerage passage, $30, currency. Steerage tiekcte from Liverpool or Queenstown, $37, In currency. Steerage passage from Antwerp, naniburg, Rot terdam. and Havre, $45. In currency. For further particulars, apply at the offices of the company, 69 Broadway, F. \V. J. HURST, Manager, or to WILLIAM C. DUNIIAM A CO., Agents. STEAM TO GLASGOW AND* LONDONDERRY. THE ANCHOR LINE. Farorlle Clyde-built passenger steamers are in tended to sail EVERY SATURDAY from pier No. 20. North river, at 12 o'clock M. RATES OF PASSAGE, PAYABLE IN CURRENCY'. Cabiua to Liverpool, Glasgow, or Derry, $90and $73. Excursion tickets, good for twelve months, #I?0. Steerage to Glasgow or Derry, $80; Intermediate, $35. Prepaid certificates from these ports, $37 I'asseugera booked to and from Hamburg, Havre, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Ac., at very low rates. Drafts issued payable at any bank in Great Bri tain. For further information apply at the company'* Sices, No. c Bowling Green, New York, to Hen derson Brothers, or to WILLIAM C. DUNHAM <fc CO, au 28 ^ ^ pAUL FRY IN RICHMOND ! Sus^\d8SHffiS!ftS . '?/ r *"* ' ' ' . . . ) ?< mfc'2 .t ftt y*"*? A LLAN A JOHNSON, ; T HA5W 5TKEJ2T, ifrtfHMO&b, VA? HairePRIME CLOVER, PRIME TIMOTHY, PRIME ORCHAHl/ GRAB?, PRIME HERDSGRASS, PRIME BLUE GRASS, AC. ALSO, NORTHERN-GROWN SEED POTATOES EARLY ROSE, " ' ' EARLY GOODRICH, EARLY DYKEJIA.V, WHITE DYKE HAN, Ac. mbt-im IgEED OATS. " 3,W) bushels prime SPRING OATS, J,000 bushels prime WINTER OATS The:*? oats were selected last fall expressly rr? seed, and are warranted genuine. CHARLES L. TODD, fe I8 corner Sixth and Clay streets. Allan & Johnson's catalogue FO?J1870 noJT rea<ly? will be mallei frei ?o any address. Oar stock embraces everjthln* found In a FTR* T-ct.ass SEED STORF l,lln* GARDEN SEED, 31 VIELD SEED, i* L e/ >V fc. 1C SfcED, CT OVFW. TIMOTHY HERDS GRASS, ' 5 ORCHARD GRASS, BLUE GRASS, SEED POTATOES, Ac. Orders executed with accuracy and dispatch. Feeds sent by mall at our coat. ALLAN A JOHNSON, 1506 Main street. Post-office box 46. ja ji ELI ABLE GARDEN SEEDS.-We have now In store a full and complete stock of fresh Garden Seeds of the usnal superior quality. Our Illustrated Catalogue and Almanac for 1*74 Is now ready for distribution. Free to all our cus tomers. [Ja2C] ALLISON & ADDISON. QAA BUSHELS PRIME C iTovlTn OUVJ SEED In store and for sale bv ja 26 ALLISON A ADDISON. 'PIMOTHY, ORCHARD GRASS, JL Herds Grass, Kentucky Blue Grass. Lucerne. Millet, etc. A large stock In store and for sale ?t lowest rates wholesale and retail. Ja26 ALLISON A ADDISON. Field seed. 100 bushels prime CLOVER, loo bushels TIMOTHY, loo bushels ORCHARD GRASS, SO bushels HERD GRASS, 23 bushels KENTUCKY BLUE GRASS, and all ktiida of FLAVORING SEEDS, for ea!? low. PALMER A TURPIN, aa 12 1526 Main street. Early potatoes for seed. Early Rose, Early Goodrich, Early Dyk* man. White Mercer, Monitors, etc., grown ex pressly for seed, and warranted true to name. Ja 2*J ALLISON A ADDISON. FERTILIZERS. BAUGH'S* IMPROVED RAW-BONK PHOSPHATE, unsurpassed for raising To. BACCO, CORN, and all CEREAL and GRASS CROPS, and for enriching worn-out land; 5oper cent, cheaper than Peruvian Guano. Its analysis: 4-70 per cent, ammonia; 53 per cent, bone phos phate of lime; 13-95 per cent, of which Is soluble, ft has been In use for over liftcen years, and Its reputation Is unsurpassed. It has been recently greatly Improved by an Increase of AMMONIA and SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE. A trial Is all tint isasked. Planters can purchase on four and M* months' time with approved city acceptance.. Orders filled at lowest manufacturer's rates by LEE, 8EDDQN A CO., fe 21?3m Sole Agents for Richmond. Va, RAILROADS. #5X7 * ism CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAIL. V7 ROAD On uinl after WEDNESDAY, M ?r February. 187<>, the 1'ASSENGEU TRAINS will run as follows?viz. : W AIL TWAIN will run dally between Richmond and Staunton (except Sunday, between Gord.iu*. ville and Staunton); leave Klchuiond at 8:55 A. Si. and arrive at Staunton at 4:20 1'. M.; leave Staua tou at 0:20 A. M. and arrive at Richmond at 4:W i\ SI.?making close connections at Gordonsvllle ami Charlottes'.ilJe with the Orange, Alexandria and Manassas railroad mall trains for Alexandria. Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, etc.; also for Lynchburg. .Kuoxvlllc, Chatta nooga. Memphis, New Orleans, Montgomery, Mo bile. etc. MAIL TRAIN will run tri-weekly between Staunton and White Sulphur Springs on TUES DAY, THURSDAY^ and SATURDAY. Leave Staunton at 4:40 P. M. and arrive at White Sulphur at 10:05 P. M.; leave White Sulphur at 3:20 a. M. and arrive at Staunton at 0 A. M. And going we-t will connect with stage* as follows?vl/.., at Go shen with stages for Lexington. Natural Bridge, and Rockbridge Baths; at Mil* ro' with stage* for Bath Aluni and Wrrni Springs ; and at While Sulphur with stages for Lewisourg, Charleston, ctc? STAGES will also leave Staunton on TUFSDA Y, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY MORNINGS, for Lexington a.id Natural Bridge. NIGHT PASSENGER TRAIN will run between Richmond and Wa-hington uighrly without change of cars. Leave Richmond at 8:50 P. M. and ar rive at Washington at 5:35 A. M. I.eivc Wash ington at 6:35 P. and arrive at Richmond at 3:30A. M. Making all through connections at Rich mond and Washington. SLEEPING CARS will be attached to this train, and will he run through between Richmond and Baltimore without change. THROUGH TICKETS Issued to all poluD North, West, and Southwest. JAMES F. NET1TKRLANP, fe 2 General Ticket Agent. m 1 - ?? ? Richmond and Petersburg it. r. Co., ) Jauuarv s, 1870. j IiHROUGH MAIL TRAINS LEAVE . Richmond at 3.50 A. M. DAILY, exc. pt SI N DAYS, and Ht 2:50 P. M. DAlhY. Returning, leave Peter-burg at P:50 A. 51. DAILY', and ex cept SUN DAYS at 0:50 P. 51. DAILY. Local trains leave Richmond at 5:30 A. ST.. and Petersburg at8 A. M. DAILY, except SUNDAYS. THOMAS II. WYNNE. Ja 8 SuiMjrlutendcnf. ICHMOJS'D AND DANVILLE RA11>? KOAD.-CHANGE OF SCnEDCLE.-?>n and after WEDNESDAY, December 23, 1863, the PASSPINGER TRAINS on this road will be run as follows: Going SOUTH.? Lynchburg and Danville pas sengers leave Richmond dally (except Sunday-) at ?:15 A. M.: leave Burkcvllle daily (except Sun days) at 12:45 P. 51.: arrive at Danville dally (ex cept Sundays) at 5:55 P. M. THROUGH MAIL AND EXPRESS leaves Richmond daily at 5:34 P. M.; leaves Danville dally at 1:35 P. 51.; arrives > at Greensboro' daily at 4:15 A. 51. Going North.?Lynchburg and Danville pas sengers leave Danville daily (except Sundays) at 7:40 A. M. ; leave BarkevllJe dally (except Sun days) at 12:45 P. M.; arrive at Rlcnuj'-iid dally (except Sundays)at 3:501'. 51. THROUGH .MAIL ANI) EXPRESS leaves Greensboro' dally at 3:23 P. 51.; leaves Danville dally at 11:57 P. M.; ar rives at Richmond dally at 7:20 A. M. The Lynchburg and Danville Passenger Trslr. connects at Burkevllle wltb the trains on the Soutlislde road for Petersburg. Norfolk, Lynch burg, and all stations on the Southstde and Vir ginia and Tennessee railroads, Bristol, Kinx vlllc, Dalton, Chattanooga, Nashville, Memphis, and all Important points South and So nth we-t. The Through Mall and Express connects at Greensboro' with the trains on the North Caro lina road for Charlotte, Columbia, Augusta, Ss vxiuiah, Macon, ifobile, Montgomery, Ac., Ac.; and at Richmond with tne Richmond, Frederick? burg and Potomac, Chesapeake and Ohio, and Richmond and Y'ork River ratlroads. SLEEPING CARS and (. GILES'S PATENT RECLINING CHAIRS on the through express train. THOMAS DODA51EAD, de 28 Superintendent. __ VIA A QUIA CREEK?THE SHORTEST AM) QUICKEST ROUTE.?The THROUGH TRAINS over this route are now ruu from the depot corner of Byrd and Eighth etrcc tsat 11.15 A. M. and 8.151'. (Sonday at 11.15 A. Vf. only), making clow and ^J!^&?c?PU.??t,on? wlth THE WASHINGTON YORK FAST LINES and with trains lor THE GREAT NORTHWEST. ^TCra/,\.!i.tt?d UI? wIUj SPLENDID RECLINING CHAIRS, for which no charge ismadc. Ihe elegant Hnd commodious steamers on the Potomac river stop at Alexandria?>a-h way. The ACCOMMODATION' TR.MN between Richmond and Mil ford leaves the depot corner ot Broad uud Eighth streets dally (Sundays except ed) at 3.30 P. M.,ftiid arrives la Richmond at $.13 A ? Through tickets to all principal points North and n e^t. Fur further Information find for through tickets North apply at the office corner Broad aiiuEivL-th streets, and for through tickets to all polu's North and West apply at the ticket office corner Bvrd and Eighth streets. no 25 J. B. GENTRY. General Ticket A<y.u;. PICHMONO AND YORK RIVER ID RAILROAD LINE-FOE ^BALTIMORE, THE NORTH. AND NORTHWEST-CHANGE OF SCHEDULE?DAILY (FXCEPTSUNDA Yfc). On and after TUESDAY, Mb of June, passengers for Baltimore and all points North and North west will take the passenger train from the dei*>t of the Richmond ami York River Railroad at Richmond for West Point, where tbev take the Jteamer ADMIRAL, Captain L. V. Fbjkzma>, or KENNEBEC, Captain J. H. FliBi:jlAX,--t>oib boats having been put in tlrst-rate order?reaching Baltimore tne following morning In time to con nect with the trains for Philadelphia, New York, and the West. Returning, the boata leave pier N in f, Light-Street wharves, foot of Barry street, dally (except Sundays) at 1 o'clock 1'. >!., passengers arriving In Richmond at 13:15 P. M. the following day in'time to connect with the express train an the Richmond and Danville railroad for Dm? ville and all points on that read; Grtvusboro', Salisbury, Charlotte, Ac., N. 0.; Columbia, 8. C., and all points South. PASSENGER TRAIN leaves Richmond daily (except Sundays) at 1 o'clock P. M. : loaves West Point dally (except Mondays) at 10:K A. M. THOMAS DODAMEAP, jc ? Superintendent. PAUL PHY IN RICHMOND: tub i I WISH TO INFORM ALL MEK CHANTS OF VIRGINIA that I will opeu by the 8Ui March, the ROPE FACTORY known a? Simons'., factory, situated la Richmond, V*., and will be able to furnish them with ROPES, TWINES PACKING, and patent Cordage. mh i?ktawsw? E. J. RBOAXN. VASES, VASES, VASES, OF EVERY variety and at the lowest pricea. Peraous In want vrtiu wa?ul? their Interest by ex am mini' my stock before making tbair mvrehvM. _ __ mt<mtcL *a