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WEDNESDAY APRIL 13, 1870.
"The Last Link."
Very many years ago there wn? a cele
bration upon the Potomac of tho comple
tion of 44 the last link'*??. e., the finish
ing of tho railroad lino from Fredericks
burg to Acquia creok. A number of gen
tlemen from Richmond met on the shore of
the Potomac a like number from Washing
ton, and all assembled in tho fincly-doeo
rated saloon of tho stcamor and enjoyed a
repast characteristic of the hospitality and
fine tasto of Mr. Monci'RE Robinson, then
the President of tho line. Speeches full
of fine scntimont and wit were made, and
Mathew St. Clair Clark and John S.
Skinner, two of the best story-tellers then
in the world, made the sides of all present
sore for a month with laughter at their
capital fun. Some of the finest gentlemen
and best wits of the day were present, and
every one who was there felt that one of
the happiest things in this life would be
the celebration of a 44 last liuk" oneo a
year.
Yot that 44la8t link" waB a misnomer.
It was really no 44 last link " except as be
tween Richmond and the waves of the
Potomac. There was another link, 6f fur
more importance, left to posterity to build,
and that was the link between Richmond
and Washington. Such was tho pressing
importance of that link that the wonder is
that it was not completed while yet the
44 hearts of gold " who celebrated tho 44 last
link " to Aquia creek were all living and
full of geniality and activity. But, strange
to say, that other link is still to complete,
when many of the choice spirits who
tuen flourished in health and hope are
sleeping in the grave. Such is the unac
countable apathy that has prevailed in
Virginia.
The last link in the railroad live from
Richmond to Washington is only forty
eight miles long. It is of the greatest mo
ment that it should be built. The best in
terests of Virginia demand it, and there
should be no delay about it.
The first charter granted for building a
road on the forty-eight-mile gap hoe ex
pired ; aud now, as we have stated, its ex
tension iB asked for; a thing Dover here
tofore refused in case of a railroad charter.
Ten mile6 of the road have been graded,
and are ready to receive the rails, and the
company is now ready, if the Legielature
renews the charter, to build it at once. We
have soen letters which render it, in onr
opinion, certain that the road will be built
in a very 6hort time. The means for this
are ample.
Some years after tho old charter was
granted the Legislature, under assurances
that the company organized under it -would
not attempt to go on with the work, granted a
new charter to other corporators. But the
old company now show not only a desire
but the ability to finish the important work
they have begun. Tho revival of their
charter is most reasonable and just. Cer
tainly it is not more unreasonable that
their charter Bliould be extended than that
another charter should have been granted
after their's had, and after they had done
a good deal of work on their road. On the
contrary, it is far more just that their
charter Bhould be extended than that a
eharter upon their line should have been
granted after theirs. Tho granting of a
charter carries with it vested rights, which
it is an act of infidelity in a Legislature to
interrupt by the granting of another.
The failure to build tbia real " Inst link"
before this day is a matter of amazement.
It is a matter of great public necessity, and
the company now ready to build it ought
to be allowed to do so without the slightest
hesitation on the part of tho Legislature.
There is no justice in any rivalry to their
proposition.
It is impossible to rite to the proper ele
vation of admiration for the rare ami
ability of the Radicals in Richmond. They
are doves, and the Journal otlico is the
dove-cote 1 Indeed, tho route to Paradise
Is through that establishment. The way
armed blacks and whites rebelling against
the State are metamorphosed into humble,
peace-loving saints, seeking shelter and
benediction at the liandB of tho venerable
Virginia, throws miracles into tho shade,
Oh, sweet-tempered, angelic Radicals! Whc
does not rejoico that he lives in a day thai
produces such Christian saints!
Jakes River and Kanawha Canal.?
The United States Senate Committee of Com
merce, our readers will be gratified to see,
have determined to report in favor of direct
ing the Secretary of War to cause a survey
of the route for the extension of the James
River and Kanawha canal to the Ohio.
This step, of course, uccording to the usage*
of Congress, is a condition precedent to de
riding the question of an appropriation to a
proposed work, 'lhe friends of this great
work are not afraid of putting it to the test.
Forney is a ferocious fellow. He doesn't
like these piping times of peace, llo seizes
upon every report of southern outrages,
and gnashes his teeth and flourishes his
sword as though be would slay or drive
every southerner into the sea. He is a ter
rible man. In his^two papers" yesterday
he is savage. He calls upon the Govern
ment to pitch in. "if is for the Govern
" ment, in all its departments, to show its
"power," says he. Could there be any
thing more frightful f He will alarm poor
people into fearful spasms if he continues
to make these horrible faces at the South.
Gan't Mr. Bkbgh come down to the capital
and soothe Forney.
Judges' Salaries and Duties.?-Corre
spondents are sending us much comment
upon these themes, for which, in the
crowded state of out columns, wc arc una
ble to make room. There is groat contra
riety of opinion expressed. Even on the
question of salaries there is a wide differ
ence. Some say the minimum salary for
oounty judge should be $1,000, and one man
thinks that $500 should be the maximum.
We would readily give the views of these
gentlemen if we could; but as we cannot,
we sr? ?onsoled by the reflection that the
Legislature understands the subject pretty
well, and will not go far wrong.
Cubioub Mistakes.?Yesterday's Dis
patch made us say that the people of Vir
ginia in ** accepting the situation" did so
siueeyely not only as faithful citizens of the
Government they had unsuccessfully resist
ed feut with determination to do all the/
I. i?nn m . - . ??*< i *j> V-S?A^- " *' *
Gould to promote its 11 impertfo\tiali)y, dig
nity; and greRtnefl*." Wo wrote ww?par
fiafiiy." Wc certainly vrant no more of
gOTernmcntol " irapenitentinlity "?what
ever that big word may mean. Lit- i
tls'8 FrcderickBburg Mews of yesterday
also has a ?<iueer error. It ppcaks of an
" impivcrisficd " reception of Gcnoral Lek
in Savannah. Of course " improvised " was
intended. Ilowcvor " impoverished " the
! land, the people can ncvor give Gcnoral Li:e
an "impoverished" reception. They can
at least give their hearts, which are the true
wealth of a nation.
The telegraph announces that there has
been n young Colfax added to the Vicc
Picsiuent's family ! Ziv.s Deo! How fust
we arc running into the conventionalisms
of royalty. How is the young prince ?
Tom Brown's School-Boy Days. Br An
Old Bor. New edition. New York.
| Harper & Brothers.
This is the sixth edition of a very clever
book. It is illustrated in a rare and excel
lent manner. There is a natural freedom
and grace of delineation of boyhood in its
pictures that wc have seldom scon equalled.
Dehenham's Voir. By Amelia B. Ed
wards, Author of " Barbara's History,"
" M:ss Carew," &c.
Miss Edwards is quite a famed novel-1
writer. We have not read this storv. Wc
observe that it borrows some exciting scenes
from blockade-running :n the late civil war.
The Bazar Book of Decorum. The Care
! of the Person, Manners, Etiquette, and
Ceremonials. New York: Harper & ,
Brothers.
This is a pretentious book, treating not
only of " manners," &c., but their proper
connection with health, morals, and good
taste. It is gotten up in handsome etylo
by the Harpers, who have not failed to
give an incidental puff to one of their pe
riodicals by putting, without much taste, the '
word "Bazar'' into the title?some of the .
chapters of the book having nppeared in i
the paper.
Self-Help. With Illustrations of Charac- j
ter, Conduct, and Perseverance. By Sa
muel Smii.es, Author of the " Life of
George Stephenson and of his son Ro- i
bert Stephenson," &c.
A brief and convenient hook of reference, j
The author is an industrious collector of
useful information of a practical nature,
especially in the way of biography. He
gave to the world an excellent work in
his lives of the Stephen sons. We dielike
the name of his book. "Self-Help" is
cant; but the book is good.
All the above works are for sale by
Bates & Waddy Brothers.
General Assembly of Virginia.
Tuesday, April 12, 1870.
SENATE.
The Senate met at 12 o'clock M.?Lieu
enant-Governor Marte in the chair.
Prayer by Rev. Mr. J. C. Granbery, of the
tlethodist Episcopal Church.
REMOVAL OF THE PENITENTIARY.
House bill entitled " an act to authorize
he Governor to appoint a commissioner in
relation to the sale and removal of the
penitentiary " was taken up and passed. _ !
The passage of tlie bdl was communi
cated to the House by Mr. Pendleton, of
Botetourt.
COMMITTEE REPORTS.
Mr. Pkndi.eton, from the Committee on
Public Institutions, reported a bill making
an appropriation for the Asylum of the
Deaf, Dumb, and Blind, at Staunton, Va.,
was taken up, and under a suspension of
the rules passed. Tlio hill makes an ap
propriation of $1 ">,000, of which amount
$7,500 is to be paid at once, and the bal
ance at such time as the Institution may re
quest.
The passage of the bill was communi
cated at ODce to the House by the senator
from Botetourt county.
RESOLUTIONS, DILLS, ETC.
Mr. Sxowden (by leave) introduced a
bill to incorporate the Farmers and Mc- j
chanics Savings Bonk of Alexandria;
which, under a suspension of the rules,
was passed.
Mr. Riddick (by leave) introduced a
hill directing a division of the cities and
towns into wards. Referred.
Mr. Anderson, of Pittsylvania, (by
leave) introduced a bill amending an act
entitled 11 an act to provide for a general
registration of voters." The bill changes
the time of commencing registration from
the fourth Tuesday in April to the first
Tuesday iu May ; which was passed.
Mr. Roller, of Rockingham, (by leave)
introduced a bill amending certain chap
ters of the Code so as to make them con
form to the present Constitution. Referred.
EVENING SESSIONS.
Mr. Wood, of Petersburg, called up tho
resolution which he offered on yesterday
providing for the holding of night sessions,
beginning at 7? o'clock; which, being put
to the Senate, was lost?ayes, 10; noes, 20.
COLLECTION OF TAXES.
House bill entitled 14 an act in relation to
the collection of State, county, and town
taxes, and officers' fees," was read a second
time and referred to the Committee on
Finance.
THE JOINT ORDER.
On motion of Mr. Lewis, the Senate pro
ceeded to the further execution of the joint
order, having for its object the election of
county judges.
Mr. Riddick placed in nomination the
name of Mr. Theodore S. Garnett as a can
didate for county judge of Nansemond
county. Mr. Garnett having received 108
votes was declared duly elected.
Mr. Lewis nominated Mr. Samuel L.
Straughan for county judge of North
umberland and Lancaster. lie was de
clared elected, having received 102 votes.
Mr. Hebndon placed in nomination Mr.
Peter B. Batte as county judge for the
counties of Prinoe George und Surry. He
having' received 119 votes was declared
elected ?
On motion, the further execution of the
joint order was* postponed until to-morrow
at 1 o'clock.
On motion of Mr. French, the Senate ad
journed.
HOUSE OF DELEGATES.
The House met at 12 o'clock. Prayer by
Rev. Mr. Proctor, of the Methodist Church.
COMMITTEE OF CONFERENCE.
The Chair announced the following on
the part of the House to the committee of
conference on the bill to fix the salaries of
judges?viz., MessrB. George Walker, H.
N. Bell, Kelly of Smyth, IIarnsberger,
and Peatboss.
resolutions, etc.
By Mr. Bagwell.?Resolution in rela
tion to fish and oysters.
By Mr. Budd.?Bill to incorporate the
Board of Education for the Virginia Con
ference of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
CHESTERFIELD COURT-HOUSE.
Bill to authorize the voters of Chester
field county, to change the location of the
court-house was taken up, and a substitute
offered to tho bill was ordered to be
printed.
PAY AND MILFAOK.
Senate bill fixing the pay and mileage of
members was called up.
Mr. Daniel moved to amend by making
the mileage ten cents per mile instead of ]
twenty, '
Mr.WSjiTU fliftvad to Btrlkotltti thofllittio
relating to milwgo. lost. ;
The bill was passed as it cam% fiom the
Senate.
COLLECTION OF TAXES. .
Bill in relation to State, county, and city
taxes, and officers' fees, was passed. The
bill as passed is as follows :
?A mil in Relation to the Collection of
Stole, County, and Toien Taxes and
Officers1 Fees:
I rTTlrPrK !< rPS *
?? r ?c it enacted by the General Assem
bly, That it shall be lawful for the sheriffs
and sergeants, charged with the collec ion
of the public revenue in their r(*Pc*1*?
counties, cities, and towns, and who I
in office on the 2Gth day of Januar/' , ' '
to continue to collect the same, and to levy
a,,J distrain for the same, nia authomed by
law, and also for county, city, and
levies and officers' fees. to"
< rer. That wlicie said officer ha ^ of
the bond required by too first
the act passed March 5th, 18'0, he snati
not be authorized to levy or bondj
this act, until he shall have ?
before the county court, in such snm (nm
less than twenty thousand dollars as
iuih'c thereof may require, with sccun y
which have been or may bo collected y
? *2 Where any sheriff or sergeant shall
fail to give the bond required by the pre
ceding section, or by the tirst Bectionofthe
act of March 5th, 1870, .t ahaUbelavvful
for him to deliver his uncolkcted^tax
tickets for State revenue and for county,
citv, and town levies to his successor in
office, and take from bin. duplicate receipts
for the State revenue and for county, cit},
or town levies separately; and it shall bo
the duty of the Auditor of Public Accounts
to c: edit such officer with the amount ol
such receipts for State revenue when satis
fied that such tickets were uncollected, anil
that none of the same wero lost by his
neglect or fault; and he shall require the
officer receiving the same to account there
for within four months from the time the
samo were received; and the proper
rities of counties, cities, and towns, Bhall
credit such officer with the amount of such
receipts for county, city, or town levies
when satisfied that such tickets were un
collected, and that none of the same were
lost by his neglect or fault; and they shall
require the officer receiving the same to
account therefor within four months from
the time the eame were received. >
"3. The time for the payment into the
treasury of the last installment of the
public revenue for the year eighteen hun
dred and . sixty-nine is hereby extended
for the period of three months from tuo
time the same ouzht to have been paid.
44 4. ThiB act Bhall be in force from its
passage."
DEAF AND DUMB ASYLUM.
Senate bill making an appropriation of
815,000 for the support and maintenance
of the Institution for the Deaf and Dumb
and the Blind, at Staunton, was, under a
suspension of the rules, placed on the ca
len tar. It was subsequently taken up and
passed.
SHERIFF OF ESSEX COUNTY.
I Bill for the relief of John L. Bunde, late
sheriff of Essex county, was passed.
ELECTION OF JUDGES.
! The election of judges waB next in order,
the morning hour having arrived.
Mr. Burgess nominated Mr. Theodore S.
Gnrnett as county judge of Accomac.
i The vote stood : Garnett, 81.
i Joint vote: Whole number, 112? Gar
Inctt, 10S; fcattcring, 4.
| Mr. Haynie nominated Mr. Samuel L.
Strauglian for judge of the county of
I Northumberland.
The vote stood: Strauchan,?; A. in.
Joint vote : Whole number, 103?
itrnughan, 102; Fretz, 1.
Mr. F retz nominated Mr. Peter B. Batte
or judge of the counties of Prince George
mil Surry. . v
Mr. McCracken nominated Mr. A. a.
?"retz, although requested by that gentle
nun to withdraw it.
The vote Btood : Batte, ?; Fretz, ?.
Joint vote : Whole number, 121?Batte,
19; Fretz, 2.
On motion of Mr. McCaull, the further
xecution of the joint order was postponed
ntil to-morrow at 1 o'clock.
BILLS DISPOSED OP.
Senate bill amending the registration
it fixing the first Tuesday in May in the
resent year for registration instead of
le fourth Tuesday in April was passed.
House bill incorporating the Western
ranch Drawbridge Company. Ordered to
ugrossincnt.
House bill for the relief of sheriffs of tuo
ommonwealth. Ordered to its cngross
cnt. . .
House bill in. relation to the solemniza
of marriages was ordered to its en
?08>nicnt. T j
Bill to incorporate the Piedmont Land,
nmigration and Savings Company was
illed?up out of its order by Mr. McCaull,
ud was being considered when the House
djourned.
HARRIED,
On the 8: h Instant, at til. James church, by Rev.
Joshua l'eterkin, I?. 1)., Air. "WILLIAM H.
VoWEUbto Mrs. AMELIA BARTLEY; all of
this city.
On the I2tb Instant, bv the Rev. Dr. Burrows, of
the B.ptw Church, Mr. CHARLES W. RIVERS,
or Louisville. Ky., to Miss SARAH ANN, daugh
ter of John Ilartz, Esq., of Richmond, Va.
Louisville, Ky., papers please copy. ?
DIED,
On Saturday night, the 9thinstant, at hlBlate
re>ldeuce in Henrico county, after a verv 6hort
illness. CHAKLEb S. WORBK1T0N, In the
sei enty-foui th year of his age. He lea vea a large
family touiouru bis loss.
On the 12th Inslaut, J. IT., Infant son of J. H.
und Ann Armstrong, aged twelve days.
Ills funeral will take place THfti EVENING at
4 o'clock trom the residence of his parents, cor
ner of Cl<y and Thirtieth streets. The friends of
the family are invited to attend.
Charlottesville and Lexington papers please
copy. *
on April llth, 1870, at the residence of Mrs.
Mary Sklnwith In fowhatau-county, Miss Bt.T
SEYr LOVESAY. beloved by many and respected
by ull who knew her.
Office of Assistant Assessoe6>
United States Internal Revenue, >
Richmond, April 11, 1870. )
CALL AT CUSTOM-HOUSE Every
person doing business is required by law to
come forward and make application for license,
which application you hand to the collector; be
will usue you the license from now to the lotn of
May. You cannot obtain your license from the
collector without this application from the asses
sors.
The assessors urgently request of all who want
to save fifty per cent, penalty to promptly come
forward ana register their names and get their
applications, so as to have them ready by the 1st
oi Mav. Every one who falls to come forward
and take out his license application will cer
tiinly hive the penalty to pay, and all who at
tempt to do buslue*?K without a license shall have
all tnesevc ltles < f the law imposed upon them.
Applicailous win be Issued promptly to all. It
costs nothing to get them; and you should give
this your prompt attention, as the assessors wish
to close up their lists hv tne 20ih or April. This
is our las', notice; so take warning.
W. H. READ.
Assistant Assessor First Division;
N. titVEETM-vN,
Assistant Assessor Second Division.
ep 13?e id3i*
The high constable of the
CITY will hoid his court in trying the civil
warrants on XHUKbDAY the 14lh Instant at 9}
o'clock A. M., at the Did Market Hall, before Se
nior Alderman Favler. All pcrs.-ns interested
will please be present. ap 13?n
Down with high fbices-saye
YOUR MONEY.?Great saving to dairymen,
merchants, hotel and boarding-house keepers, and
bakers. GOOD FRESH BUTTER ALL THE
YEAR ROUND and CHURNING MADE EASY.
Churning In three minutes. Saves time, labor,
and money. Removes all unpleasant flavor, im
proves the quality. Increases the quantity from
sixty to seventy per cent. The publlo are ?e
queeted to call and examine for themselves.
Churning dally at 11
.v. A. M. COUNTRY AND
TiiWJN RlGllTti FoR male. Dtpot, Eleventh
street between Main and Bank streets.
ap 13?lw*
B
LOEDE'S INK AND 8TAIN-EX
, f TRAOTING FENCILH, for Instantaneously
removing Ink, iron rust, Ac., from clothing of
?very kind, wci?d, paper engravings, 4a. . ^
i '
ssm*
??T BKEEDEN & VOX
cre now opening 4argfl additional lota of
BEBAGE8,
GRENADINES, and
POPLINS,..
AT A
GREAT SACRIFICE IN PRICES.
BREEDKN & FOX,
Bp is -St 401 Broad stroct.
f^ar BREEDEN & FOX are now
receiving another Tory attractive
assortment of
WHITE LAWN and
* PERCALES DRE8SE3 and SUITS,
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Q3V GOOD TI31ES AT HAND I
POPULAR i.OODSI
POPULAR PRICES!
AT ins
BROAD-STRPT.T DRY GOODS EMPORIUM.
The crowds thit visit this plice aro the best
proofs or Its GREAT POPULARITY: and In
order to Increase the s-.mc we make it a role
to keep a FIRST-RATE assortment of all kinds
of DltY GOODS, and t?? sell at the
VEltr LOWEST PRICES.
We have now In stock
GOOD SPRING DRESS GOODS, nH styles,
from 20c. to $1;
Excellent BLACK SILKS from ?1.50 to 93.50;
JAPANESE SILK and POPLIN DRESSES very
cheap;
Best qualities BLACK ALPACAS, BOMBA
ZINES, Ac. ;
WHITE CAMBRICS and MUSLINS of all de
scriptions:
Fashionable CASSIMERES, BROADCLOTHS,
Ac., Ac.;
TA1U.K LI MENS and WHITE and FANCY
IRISH LINENS, 50c. and up :
BIRD S-KYK, COTTON, and LINEN DIAPER,
BLEACHED and BROWN COTTON, from J to
three yards wldo.
Call utid All vour memorandums at
WILLIAM THALHIMEU A RONS',
op 11?eod corner Sixth and Broad streets.
ANOTHER CASE OF
ANDEOSCOGGIN BLEACHED COTTON,
warranted genuine, atone chilling per yard.
LEVY BROTHERS,
ap0 1213 and 1215 Main street.
BLEACHED COTTON, yard wide,
at 12je.; UNBLEACUED COTTON, yard wide,
at l2Jc.; CALICOES at ejc.; CALICOES at 10c.,
at LEVY BROTHERS',
ap9 1218 and 1215 Main street.
asr WE INVITE ALL PURCHA
SERS OF DRY GOODS to call and examine the
splendid stock which wc are now opening.
These goods were bought last week for CASH,
and we invite an examination, as we are confident
we can show the best bargains of the season.
LEVY BROTHERS,
ap 9 1213 and 1215 Maiu street.
[!S^- HAVANA CIGARS?A fresh lot
of those celebrated PARTAG.VS CIGARS, direct
from the factory, Jmt rerelved find for sale by
OSCAR CBANZ,
Importer of Wlne3. Liquors, andClirars,
No. 2 Exchange Block,
ap 11- 31 Fourteenth street.
W3BT WHITE GOODS I
WHITE GlODS!
NAINSOOK MUSLINS a I reduced price*;
INDIA-TWILL CLOTH, very cheap ;
TUCKED SKIRTING at G0c. per yard--some
thlng new and pretty.-at
LEVY BROTHERS,
opo 1213 and 1215 Main street.
B2T NAPKINS AND TOWELS.
FRINGED NAPKIN'?, warranted pure linen, at"
75c. per dozen, worth $1.25 ;
HUCKABACK TOWELS at per dozen ;
DAMASK TOWELS at 40c. each, worth 75c,;
TABLE DAMASK at 5Cc. per yard, worth 75c., at
apO LEVY BROTHERS'.
(?2T GREAT BARGAINS
IN HANDKERCHIEFS
AT
LEVY BROTHERS'.
ALL-LINEN HEMSTITCHED H A N D K E R
CI1IEF at is. worth 25'.;
HEMSTITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS at 25c.
worth $4.50 per dozen;
HEMSTITCHED HANDKERCHIEFS at 33c.;
can't ho duplicated elsewhere for less than
50c. LEVY BROTHERS',
ap 9 1713 and 1215 Main street.
S2T DRESS GOODS I DRESS GOODS!
The best assortment at tho lowest prices. We are
arc now opening
BEAUTIFUL STYLE TLAIN LENDS,
at 20 cents.
JAPANESE CLOTH, PLAIN and CHECKED;
JAPANESE SILKS,
superb styles; *
ALL WOOL DELAINE, SPRING COLORS;
tbe whole of which were bought last week at the
great bankrupt sale, for cash,
LEVY BROTHERS,
ap 9 1213 and 1215 Main street.
23T CALL AND EXAMINE THE
;0
SPLENDID STOCK OF GOODS
. . .
we are now rceeivlug. We are confident that we
can now, as heretofore, show the cheapest and best
selected stock In tho city.
LEVY BROTHERS,
ap 9 1213 nnd 1215 Main street.
(JET SPECIAL NOTICE.?The under
signed beg to inform their friends that they can
now be found with the house of
BURRE8S, WILLIAMS A CO.,
1117 Main street, between Eleventh and Twelfth.
The faclUtles of this bouse are unsurpassed, and
they are prepared to exhibit to their friends a stock
Of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS,
full and complete, in every respect first-class, and
at prices as low as similar goods can oe sold any
where.
John Mobtox, Edwin a. Winn,
ALBEBT M. WOODFIX, W. L. JENNINGS,
Thomas D. Quarles, C. R. Morton.
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(ETTO PHYSICIAN S.
CHLORAL-UYDKAT,
chemically pure, made by F. Sc'uerlug, Berlin,
just imported and for sale by
MEADE A BAKER,
Dispensing Pharmacists, 919 Main Btreet.
mh 19
CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES, OF NEW
VJ AND BEAUTIFUL DESIGN, FINEST
FINISH, and of snperior stock and workman
ship, at tbe
RICHMOND MANUFACTORY.
No. 308 Fifth street, near Broad.
Coll and examine our stock. Old carriages
taken in exchange. Repairing done promptly,
ap W W. 0. SMITH.
Loans negotiated at mode
rate BATES.
RICHARDSON A CO.,
, ... . lH* Main street,
ap H-tMay 1 under Lancaster A Co.
PARTIES HAYING DESIRABLE
X FARMS which they wish tot
f *
I ?pf ~
? .? to dispose of at once
pan hare them exchanged for New York eity pro
>r goods, by applying to
37 B, ihBwHraH, Real Estate Agent,
party or
SSfigjfiSSHH
enotti vovtcm
GOT REAL THREAD LACE HOETOfc,
LLAMA LACE POINTS,
BICH SILKS,
POPLINS,
GRANADINE9, '
UERNASNIE9,
BAREGES,
JAPANESE CLOTH,
and a general assortment of
DESIRABLE GOODS
Joat received,
burress, williams & eo.,
up 7 1117 Main street.
B3T SPRING 1870.
NEW GOODS BY EVERY ARRIVAL, EX- (
PRESS AND STEAMER. j
NO WET GOODS ON HAND, BUT DRY j
GOODS AT GOLD VALUE.
BUYERS ALL THE TIME IN MARKET. j
T. It. PRICE &. CO., corner of Main and Ele- I
veuth streets, are opening dally NEW A:
ELEGANT DRESS AND FANCY GOODS, with
everything In the STAPLE LINE, ail of which,
bought at gold value, wll; be sold at gold prices.
RICH BLACK, GRO GRAIN, and FRANCAIS
SILKS;
RICH BLACK BONNIE TAFFETAS,
IRISH POPLINS, all colors;
ELEGANT PLAIN and CHECK SILKS,
COLORED GRENADINES,
JAPANESE POPLINS, FOULARDS.
MOZAMBIQUE^, ORGANDIES,
JACCONETS, PERCALES,
WHITE and COLORED PIQUES, Ac.
MOURNING GOODS-SPECIALTY.
BOMBAZINES, MOHAIRS, ALPACAS;
SILK and WOOL GRENADINES and IRON
BERAGES;
LINENS, SHEETINGS, COTTONS,
HOSIERY, PRINTS, Ac.
mh 31 T. R. PRICE A CO. 1
83" FEATHERS.
G. B. STACY A SON
will always pay the highest market price for
FEATHERS
VIRGINIA BEDDING WAREHOUSE,
1308 and 1310 Main street.
[mh 31-lmJ
COUNTRY MERCHANTS WILL
find It to their Interest to examine our stock, as
we are prepared to fell them Roods specially
adapted to their wants, In quantities to suit them,
at lowest wholesale figures. Our senior partner
gives personal attention to thla department, and
will guarantee satisfaction.
BUBRE83, WILLIAMS A CO.,
mh 13?lm 1117 Main street.
aerBICH BLACK AND COLORED
SILKS,
POPLINS, MOHAIR,S,
JAPANESE GOODS,
CRETONES,
SOLID and FIGURED ALPACAS,
WHITE MERINOS and ALPACAS,
PERCALES,
FRENCH MOUSSELAINKS afd MERINOS,
ENGLISH, FRENCH, and AMKKIACN
CALICOES;
WHITE and COLORED PIQUE,
KID and OTHER GLOVES.
MOURNING GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY;
In l'act, everything kept In flrst-clasa dry goods
10U6C8, at BUKUEHq< wrLLIAMS A CO.'S,
mh 15-lm 1117 Main street.
E3T IRISH LINENS,
PILLOW-CASE LINENS,
LINEN SHEETINGS.
TABLE DAMASKS,
NAPKINS,
DOYLIES,
TOWELS,
BLEACHED AND BROWN COTTOXS
all makes ;
4-4,10-4, and 12 4 BLEACHED and BltOWN
SHEETINGS.
BUItRESS, WILLIAMS A CO.,
mh 13?Ira 1117 Main street.
?3* BACHELOR'S HAIR-DYE.?This
pKndid HAllt-I)YE la the best In the world?the
nlytrue and perfect dye; harmless, reliable, in
tantaneouB. No disappointment?no ridiculous
Lnts ; remedies the 111 effects of bad dyes, lnvigo
ates and leaves the hair soft and beautiful black
r brown. Sold by all druggists and perfumers,
nd properly applied at the Wig Factory 18 Bond
treet, New York. nih 20?eodls
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
JTORTHWESTEKN LANDS .?Cash
v paid for LANDS lu Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska,
ml western Miss ouri.
Parties wishing to sell will pleare send us the
umber of their liuda, with lowest cash price,
o buy at reduced prices Lands upon which the
ixes have been neglected for a few years.
Address post-otlice box 3,855 New York, or our
estern office, Galesburg, lllln- Is.
ap 12?at E. C. A C. L. DAVIDSON.
DICHARDSON & CO.,
LAND AGENTS,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
A.VD
AUCTIONEERS,
ell, buy, lease, or rent, city and eountry real
estate, and
NEGOTIATE LOANS.
Office : 1113 Main street, under Lancaster A Co.
[mh 25?1 ui* J
F YOU HAVE A HOUSE OR LOT
. YOU WISH TO HAVE SOLD AT AUC
ION. callou E. B. NEWBURN,
Real Estate Auctioneer,
laX7_.lv Nn. lOlfl Main ?trw
F YOU WANT YOUR HOUftES
RENTED OR RENTS COLLECTED, call ou
E. B. NEWBURN,
Real Estate Agent,
la 17?lv *o. loia Main street.
DISSOLUTIONS A PARTNERSHIPS.
Dissolution of co-partner
SHIP.?Tbe concern of ANDREW J. GRAY
CO. is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
ANDREW J. GRAY.
April 11, 1870. SOMEKVILLE GRAY.
A
I have this day sold oat my interest In the con
cern of Andrew J. Gray A Co. to Mr. ANDREW
J. GRAY, who Is alone authorized to settle the
business of the late firm.
April 11, 1870. SOBIERVILLE GRAY.
Having purchased the interest of Mr. Somer
lle Gray in the late Ann of A.J. Gray A Co..
1 persons having claims against the concern will
resent them to me for settlement. All persona
A-lng the concern will make payment to me.
I shall continue the business as heretofore con
lcted bv the old concern, and hope to have the
itronnge lately shown toward them and the late
racern of Walae A Gray.
ANDREW J. GRAY.
April 11. 1870. ap 12?lm
DISSOLUTION.?The concern of WILL
SON A RAGLAND was dissolved on the 1st
ustant by the withdrawal of W. N. RAGLAND.
N. F. WILL80N,
W. N. RAGLAND.
O-PARTNERSHIP.?I have associated with
D. W. BRAGG. Jk., for the purpose of carry,
on a GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS
lerlhenameand styloofWLLLSON A BRAGG.
p 3?lw
ALIAS'S PREMIUM TRANSPARENT
J
CEMENT, CONGLUTINE,
("a friend in need,")
pain China, Glass, Stoneware, Terra Cotta,
abaster, Marble, Wood, Leather, Ivory, and
fancy articles, firm and imperceptible In a
ort time.
A brash accompanies each bottle.
...... ? ? S-i
*riee, TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
for sale by jPURCELL, LAUD A CO>,
,p U m Itft*
QFFI
CE OF FISK * HATCH,
? 'm
BANKERS AND DEALERS
I IN GOVERNMENT SECURITIES.
| No. 5 NASSAU 8TBEET. NEW TORS.
FEBBUABT 1870.
The rcmarkablo success which attended our flc
gotiatlon of the LOANS of the Central Pacific
! R*Jlroad Company and the Western Pacific Ball
| road Company, and tbo popularity and credit
which these LOANS have maintained In the mar-1
kets both In this country and Europe, hAve shown !
that the first mortgaged bonds of wlsely-l?>cated j
and honorably-managed railroads are promptly
recognized and readily taken as the most suitable,
safe, and advantageous form of Investment, >leld
luga more liberal income than can hereafter bo
derived from Government bonds, and availabloto
take their place.
Assured that In the selection and negotiation of
superior Railroad Loans we are meeting a great,
public want and rendering a valuable service both ,
to the holders of capital and to those great national
^Wbrks of Internal Improvement, whose Intrinsic
merit and substantial character entitle them to the
use of capital and the confidence of Investors, wo
now offer with special confidence and satisfaction
TUB
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS
OF THE
CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILROAD
COMPANY.
The Chosapeake and Ohio Railroad, connecting
the Atlantic coast and the magnificent harbors of
the Chesapeake bay with the Ohio river at a point
of reliable navigation, and thus, with the entire
railroad system and water transportation of the
great West and Southwest, FORMS THE ADDI
TIONAL EAST AND WEST TRUNK LINE, so
Imperatively demandodfor the accommodation of
tbo Immense and rapidly-growing transportation
between tho Atlantic seaboard and Europe on the
one hand, and the great producing regions of the
Ohio and Mississippi valleys on the other.
The Importance of this road as a new outlet
from the West to the sea magnifies it into one of
national consequence, aud insures to it an exten
sive through traffic from the day of Its comple
tion, while in the development of the oxtensive
agricultural and mineral resources of Virginia
and West Virginia It possesses along its own Hue
the cdeuients of a largo and profitable local busl
iiess.
Thus the proaf interests, both general and local,
which demand the completion or the Chesapeake
and Ohio railroad to the Ohio river afford the
purest guarantee of Its success and value, and
render It the most Important and substantial rail
road enterprise now In progress In this country.
Its superiority as an East and West rente, and
the promise of an Immense and profitable trade
awaiting Its completion, have drawn to It the at
tention and co-operation of prominent capitalists
and railroad men of tills city of sound Judgment
and known Integrity, whoso connection with It,
together with that of eminent citizens and business
men of Virginia and West Virginia.
INSURES AN ENERGETIC, HONORABLE,
AND
SUCCESSFUL MANAGEMENT.
The road is complete! and In operation from
Richmond to the celebrated White Sulphur Springs
of West Virginia, 227 in lies, and thero remain but
200 miles (now partially constructed) to be com
pleted to carry It to the proposed terminus on the
Ohio river at or near tin: mouth of the Big Sandy
river, 130 miles above Cincinnati, and 330miles
below rittsburg.
Lines arc now projected or In progress through
Ohio and K? utucky to this polut, which will con
nect tlio Chesapeake and Ohio with the entire rail
road systems of the West and Southwest, and with
the Paclfl-: railroad.
Its valuable franchises and superior advantages
will place the CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO
RAILROAD COMPANY among the richest and
most powerful and trustworthy corporations of
the country: and there exists present value, In
completed road and work done, equal to the entire
umount of t.?e mortgage.
The details of the loan have been arranged with
special reference to the wants of all classesof In
vestors, and combine the various features of con
veulcncc, safety, and protection against loss or
fraud.
The Bonds are In denominations of
81,000, SO00, and 8100.
They will bo Issued as Coupon Bonds, payable
to bearer, and may be held In that form ; or
The Bond may be registered In the name of the
owner, with the coupons remaining payable to
bearer attached, the principal being then transfer
able only on the books of the company, unless re
assigned to bearer; or
The Coupons may be detached and cancelled, the
Bond made a permanent Registered Bond, trans
ferable only on the books of tlio Company, and
the Interest made payable only to the registered
owner or his attorney.
The tliree classes will be kuown respectively as :
1st. " Coupon Bonds payable to bearer."
2d. "Registered Bonds with Coupons attached."
3d. " Registered Bonds with Coupons detach
ed," should be so designated by correspondents In
specifying the class of Bonds desired.
They have thirty yean to ran from January 15,
1870, with Interest at six per cent, per annum from
November 1, 1369. Principal aud interest paya
ble In gold In the city of New York.
The Interest Is payable In May and November
that It may take the placo of that of the earlier
Issues of Five-Twenties, and suit the convenience
of our friends who already hold Central and West
ern Pacific bonds, with Interest payable In Janu
ary and July, and who may desire, In making ad
ditional Investments, to have their Interest re
ceivable at different seasons of the year.
The loan Is becured by a mortgage upon the en
tire Hue of road from Richmond to the Ohio river,
with the equipment aud ull other property and
appurtenances connected therewith.
A sinking fund of $100,000 per annum Is provided
for the redemption of the bonds, to take effect on?
year after the completion of the road.
The mortgage Is for $15,000,000, of which $t,W0,?
000 will be reserved and held in trust for there
demptlon of outstanding bonds of tho Virginia
Central Railroad Company, now merged In the
Chesapeake and Ohio.
Of the remaining $13,000,000, a sufficient amount
will bo sold to com plete the road to the Ohio river,
perfect and Improve the portion now In operation,
and thorouglily equip the whole for a largo and
active traffic.
The present price Is 90 and accrued Interest.
A loan 60 amply seenred, so carefully guarded,
and so certain hereafter to command a prominent
place among tho favorite securities la the mar.
kets, both of this country aud Europe, will be at
once appreciated and quickly absorbed.
Very respectfully,
FISK & HATCH, Banker?.
?. S.?'We hivo Issued pamphlets containing
fUll particulars, statistical details, maps, etc.
which will be furnished upon application.
We boy and sell Government Bonds, and rccein
tho Accounts of Banks, Bankers, Corporations
and others, subject to check at sight, and allow In
terest on daily balances.
DAVENPORT & CO., Stock Brokers
No. 1134 Main street, and
p. II. HAUBY, No. 1014 Main street,
Agents for sal* of
ftvKiffO, sceuBise, *?,
?J. M^*s?J|Hf^WD8COUBTH?
4S0 Broad street* between ^ottrSi ancl Fifth streets.
Ladle?1 Dresees, shawl*. Cloaks, and Hacks
DYED IX AXYCOLORDESIRhd,orCLKAXl
ED in the very best and neatest manner.
Gentlemen'a garments CLEANED OB DYED
as new.
A Pit ON9 STAMPED WITH ALL COLOB&
I respectfully inform the public that I have for
sale APKO.vS STAMPED IN ALL COLOBB,
and will stamp roods at mv est ibllshmcnt, No. m
Broad atr? et, at a much lower rate than any house
In the North. Specimens or my work can bo seeh
at my btore. C-?ll and examine for yourself.
L. LINNEMAN. Vo. 420 Broad street,
la 57?am between *onrth and Fifth.
RESTAURANTS.
gETELLE,
RESTAURATEUR,
No. 1*03 MAIN STREET^
?$% begins the cold season with renewed
SS-J*Ik(3ei/ energies ind-lncreaavd resorrces. The
public win And In his larder every
luxury that la produced within the United States.
lie otters evcrythlngln season here, and delica
cies of the tropics. TA.ME and WILDFOWL
of water and land of all rorts, VENISON, OYS
TERS), FISH, TERRAPINS, and DOMESTIC
MEATS, of the very best, selected wlih skill and
care.
He has tbo test of cooks, under the direction of
a French artist, master of the profession. His
tables In the main saloon and his suit of dining
rooms for parties are supplied with dishes to order
from the plainer sorts to the most e!c>tant, equal to
any prepared In Paris. Parties entertained with
entire privacy and comfort.
He will supply pai-tlos and Lira Pies promptly
with Meats, Fish, Oysters, Game, Pastry, Dessert,
and Wines and Liquors.
He will cater for ihose In town and country who
desire uncooked supplies, ensuring the best the
market affords at the most reasonable charges.
His Bar Is supplied with the choicest LIQUORS
and WINES. This he warrants. Mixed drinks
prepared by the most skilful brewer in the city.
Grateful for past favor, he invites the public to
continue Its patronsge. and promises the most
faithful and promnt fllllng or orders. oc to
_____ MACmXERJY,
lyjETROPOLiTAtf WORKS,
CORNER SEVENTH AND CANAL STREETS.
STATIONARY and PORTABLE ENGINES
and SAW-MILLS:
BARK. GRIST, and PLASTER MILLS:
BOILERS, FOltGINGd, CASTINGS of IRON
or BRASS; MILL GEARING. Ac.
ENGINES and SAW-MILLS of various sixes
always on hand.
Ola engines, Ac., repaired and sold oa commis
sion or exchanged for new. All other repairs
promptly and satisfactorily done.
Sena for deacripvive circulars. _ _
deJ4 WILLIAM E. TANNER A CO.
M
ACHINK SHOP.
SLOAT A ADDINGTON,
MACHINISTS.
WOJtxs and Office : his Oahy etexet, vmam
Fourteenth. Richmond, Va.
ALL XINDSOF NE W VORIv: REPAIRING
STEAM-ENGINES and BOILERS la city and
country; TOBACCO WORK of all kinds mads
and repaired, with all kinds of steam-fitting* Co*
same: PLATFORM and otbvr SCALES AD
JUSTED and REPAIRED. Exclusive agents t< f
JUDSON'8 PATENT STEAM-ENGINE GOV.
ERNOR, SKLDKN'S PATENT STEAM EN
GIN K PACKING, TJtlca Steaui Gauge Company's
STEAM GAUGES. Every one of three gaugiB
are warranted for a year. We know taem to t*
tue beet gauge now hi use. They are less In price
loan any othor make. A full line ?f tue above ar
ticles always on hand. We alio kee p HOLLAND'S
PATENT SELF-FEEDING OIL-CUP, for shaft
ing and all kinds of machinery, wblch savea ninety
per cent, of oiL This la the newest and best thing
now out. Come and ate 1'. and us.
GEORGE B. SLOAT.
mv IB A. JA0K8ON ADDINGTON.
RICHMOND AND rjtTKKSDUH'i U.K. co
March 15, 1873. J
rpiIROUGH MAIL TRAINS LEAVB
A Richmond at 3.45 A. M. DAILY, except SUN
pAY S, :?nd at 2:50 P, M. DaIlY. H ('turning,
leave Petersbrirg wt 10 A. M. DAILY, and
cept STJ.N DAYS at 7:05 P. M. DAILY! '
j Local trains leave Richmond at 8 A. M.. and
| Petersburg at ?:JO A. w. DAILY, except dUN
DAJf^ THOMAS II. M Y.VN'K.
mD ^ Superintendent.
I^IHESAP E AJCK AND OHIO KAIL.
\J ROAD.-On and after WEDNESDAY', 2d or
i ebruarv 1870, tbo PASSENGER TRAINS wilj
run as follows?viz.:
, MAI,L TRAIN wll) ran dally between Richmond
iex^eHt between Gordons
vllte and bt&uuiou); leave Uichtuoitd at 8-35 a 5L
and arrl-e at Staunton at 4:20 p. M.; leave S:auji
t. u at 0:20 A. and arrive at Kicbmond at 4;4vF.
fhZ^' ' 3:i cenuectlonsa; Gordouevllie and
Charlotteavlofe with the Orange, Akxaadiia and
Mana.eas railroad mull tr-fnc ror Alexandria.
YVashlngton, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New i'ork
etc.; also for Lvnchb::re, Knoxvlllc, Chxttil
noosra, Memphis, Nov Orleans, Montgomery, Mo
MAIL TRAIN will run trl-weekly between
Staunton and White Sidohnr Spring? on TUES
DAY , THURSDAY", and SATURDAY. Leave
-iTn'nr0!1} '*? ^L*hd arrive at White Sulphur
at 10:00 1*. M.; leave White Sulphur tt 3:20 A. 51.
and arrive at Staunton at 9 A. 51. Ami going west
will connect with stages as fellowa?via. at Go
' 8ben with stages for Lexington. Natural Urldge.
[ and Rockbridge linlhs ; at Milk ro1 with siagri
for Bath Aluin and Warm Sorlngs: and at White
Sulphur with stages for Lcwlsuurg, Charleston,
CvCe
' ,??.???? s al?0 ,ea7e Staunton on TUESDAY.
THURSDAY, and SATURDAY' MuRJS'lNGtjl
for Lexington and Natural Bridge.
NIGHT PASSENGER TRAIN will rnn between
Kit hmon<lu2Ml WaAMn^toii iilgbily without fhanw
of cars. Leave Rf. hmond at 8:20 P. M. ami ar
rive at YYnnhlngtou at 6:35 A. M. Le?ve YY'ash
*?..???* arrivc af Richmond at
3.40 a. M. Making all through connections at Rich
mond and YY aehlnutcn.
SLEEPJNG CARS will be attached to tills train,
and will he run through between Richmond and.
Baltimore without ch-nue.
THROUGH TICr ETS Issued to all point*
North, YY est, ami Southwest.
? . JAMKS y. NETHERLANDS
fn 3 General Ticket Agent.
Richmond and danville rail.
ROAD.-CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.-On
a'.V'.r.EDNKSDA Y, December 29, 1?<J9, tbo
PA. a fa.N GER TRAINS on tblc road will be run
as follow-: ^
Goinq SOCTH.-Lynchbnnr and Danville pas
sengers leave Richmond dully /except Sundays)
at 9:15 A. M.* leave Borkevllls dally (except Sun
days) at 12:45 P. Jf.; arrive at L'anville dally (ex
6.:53 *'? THROUGH ilAIL
AND EXPRESS leaves Richmond daily at 6:30
P. 51.; leave- Danville ?1--Iiy at 1:55 1?. M.; arrive*
at Greens -cro' dully at 4:\5 A. M.
Going Nobtu.-L; uchburg and Danville pas
sengers leave Danville dully (except Sundays) at
<:40A. M. ; leave Burkevllfc dally (except Sun
days) at 12:45 P. 51.; arrive at Richmond dally
(-?.c.epi-,n'l:iJ's) Ht 33?P- M. TilROUGIf MAIL
AND EXPRESS leaves Greensboro1 dally at 9:26
P. 31.; leaves Danville dally at 11:57 P. AL : ar
rives at Richmond dallv at 7:2u A. 3L
The Lynchburg 5.nd Danville Pa.sseugcr Train
connects at Burkevllle with the trains on the
Southslde road f.?r Petersburg. Norfolk, Lynch
burg, and all stations on the Southslde and Vir
ginia and Tennessee railroads, Bristol. Knox
ville, Dalton, Chattanooga, Nashville, Memphis,
and all Important points South and Southwest.
The Through Mall and Express connect*
at Greensboro' with the trains on the North Caro
lina road for Charlotte, Columbia, Augusta, Sa
vannah, Macon, Mobile, Montgomery, <fce., Ac.;
and at Richmond with the Richmond, Fredericks
burg and Potomac, Chesapeake and Ohio, and
Richmond and York River railroads.
SLEEPING CAdS and CHILES'S PATENT
RKCLIJSING CHAIRS on the through express
train. THOMAS BODAMKAD,
"e -8 Superintendent.
TWO FAST DAILY LINES (SUNDAY
At& ^EXCEPTED)-? THK NORTH. EAST,
A,ND \YEST, OVER THE FAVORITE ROUTrf
VIA AOU.'A CRFKK?THE SHORTEST AND
QUICKEST ROUTK?The THROUGH TRAINS
over this route are now run from the depot corner
of Bvrd and Eighth streets at 1L15 A. iLjind 8.30 P.
M. (Sunday at 11 15 A. M. cnlv). making close and
reliable connections with TflK WASHINGTON
AND NEYY YORK FAST LINES aud with trains
lor THE GREAT NORTHW EST.
Cars lltted up wlUi SPLENDID RECLINING
CHAIRS, for which no charge la made.
The elegant and commodious steamers on the
Potomac river stop at Alexandria each war.
_The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN between
Richmond and Mllford leaves the depot comer ol
Broad and Eighth streets dally (Sundays except*
ed) at 3.30 P. M., and arrives In Richmond at til
A - jSls
^Through tickets to *11 principal points North*d<
Tor further Information and for through I
North apply at the offlce corner Broad and L.
streets, ana for through tickets to all point* N
and West apply at the ticket offlce comer B
and Eighth streets.
no 25 J. b. GE?fTRY, General Ticket Agent.
PICHMOND AND YORK RIVEB
IX RAILROAD LINE?FOR BALTIMORE,
THE NORTH, AND NORTHYVEbT?CHANG*
OF SCTIKDULk- DAILY/EXCEPT 5UNL)AYB*
On and after TUESDAY, ath of June, passengers
for Baltimore and all points North and North
west will tike the passenger train from the depot
of the Richmond and York Biv<fc Railroad at
Richmond for West Point, where they take the
steamer ADMIRAL, Captain L. C. JFkkkmax.
or KENNEBEC, Captain J. II. Fs^niTv.-boui
boats having been put In first-rate order?reaching
Baltimore the following morning in time to con
nect with the trains for Philadelphia, New York,
and the W>st. Returning, the boats leave pier Nc.
8, Llght-Mreet wharves, tout of Barry street, dally
(except Sundays) at I o'clock P. M.. passengers
arriving In Richmond at 13:15 P. M. the following
day in time to connect with the express train
on the Richmond and Danville railroad for Das.
riUe and all points on that road; Greensboro',
Salisbury, Charlotte, Ac., N. C.; Columbia, H. C.,
and all points South.
PASSENGER TRAIN
leaves Richmond daily (except Sundays) aft 1
o'clock P. M.; learea went Point daily (except
Mondays) at 10:1# A. M.
THOMAS DODAMEAD,
Is ft Sup*rlntend*tt4
T> BID'S OYSTER. FISH, ijfe
Xi AND GAME DEPOT ffl CjtJ
(EatatiUahed 1854.)
There can (Hwaja found the best of York and
other river OYbTRlt'?, with a large sunitly of all
kiuds of FRESH FI>il, arriving *"w,hxvk>i
au interest In several tishcrl-A l am certain of
those qualities. Orders promptly attended to.
Depot, Sixth street oear Clav.7
mb 30-ini POBRRT REID,
JpNYELOPSS AND PAPER^-Ful

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