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THURSDAY APRIL 21, 1870.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. jfew York Stock nnd nones' Market. \kw Yokk, April SO?AVxm.?Stock# Arm. lienor cibt at ? per rent. F xchangr?l.ong, W*; rfinrt, MJ. OolJ, 1UJ. r?ttc<l States bon?K 111. Teiwes.-oe C's Kx coupons, 58; now. 51J. Vir ginia 8* k?F.x-coupon*, ?9J ; new. 89. Louisiana * * old, TJj; now, 71). Levee ?'s,75J; 9J|. S'.*. 8iq; 5's, 80 Asked. (renrglaC'B. 8C^ * , xJ. Nor;li Carolina (Cs--t.'ld, 46J; 3'h, new, j;j, *>'ulh Carolina 6's Old, 90; new, ?71. KVenin?.?Money eaay ax p r rent. Ster ling. t?H- Gold Quite steady at Govern-1 meets firm. Southern Securities active and high- j f-r. In Tennessee's about to,wo ooo worth of bonds changed hands at 59$ ; new, c,i\. United States f's- i->si, c upon*. lWf; ISOC's, 118}: I'M'.'. lUJ; lWs. lit*, new I'PJ; isoT'a. no; lft.t.XIAS. Virginia 9*s. <n. I ou.slanad'a, 75$; new, 72j. Alabama 8*s, wj ; 5% 78. Georgia ?'s, 7"v, Pa. Xoith Carolina Cs, 4fj, new, 22j. S.<uth Carolina #*8, W; uew, -c>$. LATEST FROM WASHIN GTON. Special telegrams to tbc l)l*p#tcb. \VAsntxGTos, April 20, 1870. The Attempt to Influence Senators on Ike tJeorjjto fill). The Senate Judicial? Committee resumed examination iat<> the alleged attempt to influence senators on the Georgia bill. William L. and l\ J. Avery were ex amined in relation to SlOO.UOO worth ofj railroad boncl# sent l>y a person in Georgia (Governor Bullock, in this eity, for the j a]j, ,1 purpose of being corruptly used. Judge Avcrv said they were sent to the Governor for his endorsement, so that they could be negotiated by the agents in New V- :k Henry Clews & Co.), and that when eudorse<l they wore sent to New 1 ork and sold. The Bullock party claim this to bo rhe foundation for the statement that the j bonds were to be used to defeat the Bing ham amendment. .bulge Avery is a resident ot New. York sale, and lie and hi- brother, with other v. .v Yorkers, are interested in the Bruns wick and Albany railroad, nnd are anxious th n ail.iirs in Georgia should be peacefully adju-ted, -o as to enable them to prosecute their business. The Army Bill. There was a special meeting of the Se nate Military Committee to-day for the pur nov of considering the ariny bill. They nearly finished the bill.and will have a spe , ; tl meeting on Friday morning to epm ph te ii. 1 here has been very little alteru t. -n made from the original as reported by s.-nit'-r Wilson. The pay of oltieers i- the same us in the Logan bill, but the supernu merary oilieers are not to be summarily turned out of tin* service. The Secretary ,>t War was present during the session. The President Vive* n Dinner. 1 he President gave a dinner this evening lit honor of the new judges of the United state- Supreme C*?urt. There were present tie members of the < >biti"L; Judges Nel woii, strong, and Bradley, of the Supreme ] Court: Messrs. Curtis, Thomas, and Bart lett, three noted lawyers from Boston; Senators Bo--, Speueer, and Sprague, and Representatives Negley and stile-. The Price of Army Clothing. The Secretary of War to-day approved General >herman\s general order regulating Hi" price of army clothing alter the 1-t of June next. ISi 1 Ik Siyiiwt. To-day the President signed the follow ing bills ? The deficiency bill for the year ending June Ui), 1X70: the net authorizing the corporation of Bullalo to con-truct a tunnel under Niagara river and to erect and ; maintain an inl< t pier therefrom. The Ohio YiMting Party. Tie Ohio congressional delegation, \\ ith : the Legislature of the Mate and the mem-1 bei> of the Ohio State Association, were re ceived by tin- Pre-idc-nt in tlio Fast Room at lu o'clock this morning. There were over 2u<? ladies present, many of whom were 1 r>l the \ i-iting party. A trip t<> Mount Vernon, a visit to all places of interest in ami around the capi tal, and a grand levee and bail, are on the programme lor to-morrow and next day. To-night the residences of Senator and ticncral Sherman,Secretary Cox, and Gene ral Scheuck, are being alternately thronged b\ the visitors and the Ohio Association. The Supreme Court. The Supreme Court has determined to adiourn on Saturday the otUli in-taut. Oil the tollow ing Monday Chief Justice ( huso will preside in the I uitcd Mutes Circuit Court at Richmond. Justice 31 illor goes to Arkansas, and Justice Bradley to New Or leans, to bold court. .Vo Caucus?lobbyists. The Democratic members of the House had called a caucus meeting to-night upon the Georgia bill, but owing to the absence of members, who are with the Ohio visitors, the caucus was postponed. M?-nit>ers of Congress complain that the most uuuoying class of lobbyists here are the .'ontested-eieetiou attorneys (so called) and political friends, whose services are paid for by contestants. The railroad land-subsidy lobbyists have thinned out some. They have not been re ceived so cordially by senators and repre sentative-siuce general attention has been attracted to their purposes; besides, it is found that the sentiment of the better class in both branches of Congress is growing in f i\??r of restrictions such as will tend to pre vent combinations of mere land speculators ;ls were projected here at the beginning of the session under the guise of plausible railroad projects. Senator Wilson thi* afternoon revolted, and declared against the land-subsidy lobby influence, nnd, looking significantly up to the galleries and towards the cloak-rooms, declared he would have none of their dicta tion ; that he is one of the Committee onl'a ??iiir Railroads, and had lxen instrumental in breaking up a gigantic combination for K-ven railways, whose purpose included a grab of over 200,000,000 acres <?r land, to i>e used merely as u graud gambling scheme at the cost of the people. Mr. Wilson said he was now in favor of establishing a policy in the railroad land grants. He was in favor of a northern and a southern railroad to the Pacific, but he would compel the lauds to be sold at once, at Government prie? s or thereabouts, the pro < eeds to be u*ed in constructing and equip ping the roads. He would not allow these land- to be held by the road or capitalists, but they should be i laced within the reach of persons desirous of settling upon andeul t? vat ing them. Tho Funding Bill. Secretary Boutwell to-day had a confer ence with the "Ways aud Means Committee on the funding bill. The Secretary is anxi' us that action should be had, aud re gards delay as unfavorable to public inte rests. The committee informed him that they bad not proceeded rvith it because they deemed it inexpedient to act upon the matter until the tariff bill is disposed of. General Spinner lias written a letter to II. B. WILjou, of New York, in re ply to one in regard to the funding bill and the attitude towards the same by the na tional bank*, in speaking of the arrogance of the national bankR, General Spinner says a caw lately cuino to Id* notice whvro a board of bank directors passed resolution-1 and sent a copy of the same to the member of Congress from the district in "which their bank is located, instructing him to vote against theftmdingbilL In regard to are sumption of specie payments, General Spin-1 tier thinks that the Government could at any time arrange matters so as to be able to re-1 suino specie payments in ninety days were it not for its endorsement of the national bank notes; but the banks arc not prepared, and they manifest no disposition to prepare themselves for an honest resumption of spe-1 cie payments, and they will not until forced by Con cross ; hence his desire for the adop tion of the pending funding bill The Lcgal?Tender Qneatfon. Attorney-General Hoar informed the President at 8 o'clock to-day of the unex pected turn the legal-tender question took in the United States Supreme Court to-day. Judge Hoar had prepared himself for a full argument on the rehpening of theques- j tion, and expressed his surprise to the President that the plaintiffs should have withdrawn their appeal as suddenly as they did to-day. The President gave no opinion in the matter,.but expressed his regret that the important question could not now be set tied definitely by judicial decision. Disorderly Scene* in the Howie. The House had a remarkably turbulent session. The members were almost unman ageable. Speaker Blaine was continually wrapping upon his table for order, but gene rally to no purpose ; for no sooner had he silenced one noisy member than another unruly person demanded correction. In the contested election case of Sypher vs. St. Martin, of the first Louisiana district, there was a great deal of excitement, and bad blood was evinced at the taking of votes to seat and unseat Sypher, who in less than an hour was both accepted as a mem ber of the House and rejected. The first vote declaring him entitled to the seat had barely been announced when he moved from his chair towards the Speaker's stand to he sworn, but before he had been recog nized, a motion was made by Mr. Moore that the action of the House be recon-l sidered. The nouse did reconsider, and Sypher in a few minutes found himself again ? private citizen. By a very large majority it was decided that there had been no valid election for representative in his district. It was charged that Mr. Kelly, of Pennsyl vania, bad avowed his purpose of voting for seating Sypher on account of an under standing on the part of himself and other Republican members from that State that if they voted for Sypher the latter would j vote with the Pennsylvania members on the I tariff bill. Mr. Kelly rose to a persona! 'explanation, and denied the charge tin toto. llis colleague (Mr. Randall) gave as authority for the charge Mr. Rogers, of. Arkansas, and the latter explained that he had heard a conversation between Judge Kelly and two other members, in which, as he understood it, the arrangement, was detailed. As Rogers progressed with his explanation the muddle became more so, | and caused a great deal of merriment, and ! he concluded by as-evending that he had 110 ! disposition to injure Mr. Kelly, but cer tainly he understood it to be a bargain. Mr. Myers endeavored to show that Mr. Kerr and other Democrats had been I inconsi-tent in their votes to re t.ject Sypher, and Kerr wanted to be ' In-nrd "on the subject, but Stevenson, of johio, in the highest pitch of excitement, I cried out, "This shameful proceeding has ?gone fir enough." tries of "Order, Or i tier," all over the House, but Stevenson's ! voice could be heard above the Speaker's raps, ami all other combined voices, bcllow | ing, " 1 object i" I object I" The scene was ludicrous and excited roar: of laughter. 1 j General Butler suggested that Kerr be heard. Stevenson again jumped to his feet, his thin, cadaverous face pale with anger and excitement, and at the top of his voice cried out " I can't trust that legal combina ! tion on the other side, and I object," accoru ' p.mied by a vigorous .-tamp upon the floor j and a pounding of his desk. This caused j uproarous laughter, and it was some time j before order could be restored. And so the . most of the session went on in this boister I ous, incoherent manner, much to the amuse | ment of <>hio visitors, who were upon the ! flour during most uf the performance. Buiiock & Co.?The Detent of the King hum Amendment. The proceedings in the Senate upon the i Georgia l?ill were terribly disheartening to I Bullock, lilodgett & Co. These worthies had hopes ol'not only defeating tlie Bing ham amendment, but they expected to shape a hill to suit themselves. They have expended a great deal of money in getting upso-called special dispatches from Georgia j and publishing them in the Chronicle to in , timidate and affect the action of congress j men, but flic money has been simply thrown away, and Bullock and his confederates are j completely routed. Their only hope now is in throwing t he case into a committee of j conference, where they have had the hardi j hood to assert they can "fix things," which is interpreted to mean they can buy up the committee. "Wallace. Associated Press telegrams. Cougresslounl. Washington, April 20.?House.?Sypher, contesting the seat of St. Martin, from one of the Louisiana districts, was seated by a vote of 78 to 73. There was mueh excitement during the vote, and finally Mr. Farnsworth, who had voted " no," said he had not examined the report of the Election Committee, but would follow the report of the committee. He voted " aye," and two other members who were considered doubtful also voted " aye," amid a storm of protests from the Demo crat ic side. The vote to reconsider was carried?85 to 79. It is now considered that Sypher's chances are very feeble. The Hou-e finally, bv a vote of 95 to 68, voted tint there had been no valid election in the first Louisiana district. A motion was made to reconsider the vote, but the motion was laid upon the table. This final ly disposes of the claim of General Sypher to a seat in the House. The Georgia bill, as amended by the Scn ae, was referred to the Reconstruction Com mittee. with several substitutes. Pending a resolution to inform Warmoulh of a vacancy in the first Louisiana district, the House adjourned. Senate.?Mr. Gilbert introduced a bill for the steam mail service bet ween Florida and Cuba, to which the rest of the day was de voted. Mr. Harris introduced a bill for the bet ter organization of the district court of Louisiana. It iuvolves the division of the 8tate into two judicial districts. Hie Georgia IUlh Washington, April 20.?The text of the Georgia bill as it passed tho Senate is as fol lows : "Whereas great irregularities have been practiced iu the organization of the Legis lature in the State of Georgia, bojh in its first organization and in toe expulsion of certain members, as well also as in its or ganization since the act of December last ; therefore " Be it enacted, &c., That the exist ing Government in the State of Georgia is hereby declared to be provisional, and the 'same shall continue, subject to the provisions of the acts of Congress of March 2,18G7, und March 23, 1867, and of July 19, 1867, until the admission of s.dd State by law to representation in Con gress; and for this purpose the State of Georgia shall constitute the Third Military District. . "Section 2. And be it further enacted. That in accordance with the provisions or, and under the powers and limitations provided in* said acts an election shall be held In ?id State on Tuesday the 15th day of November. 1870, for all the members of the General Assembly or said State provided for In the Constitution of said State adopted by Its J Convention on the 11th day of March, 3868:: at which election all persons who by said j Constitution are electors shall be en titled to vote. And said General Assem bly so elected Bhall assemble at the capital of said State on the 13th day of December, 1870, and organize pre paratory to the admission of the State to re presentation in Congress; and the powers and functions of the members of the exist ing General Assembly shall cease and de termine on the said 13th day of December, 1870. " .Section 3. And be it further enacted, That whenever it shall appear to the Presi-; dent, from an application by the legislature ! of any State, or by the Governor of such I State when the Legislature cannot be con-! vened, that domestic violence prevails in any city, county, or municipal organization in such State that cannot be suppressed by the local authorities, it shall be the duty of the President to suppress such domestic violence, and for that purpose he is autho rized to employ the military force of the United States and any portion of the militia of any State he may deem necessary, and to exercise all such powers and indict such punishment as may by the laws and the rules and articles of war be exercised or inflicted in case of insurrection or invasion. " Section 4. And be it further enacted, That so much of the act entitled an act making appropriations for the support of the army for the year ending June the oOth, 1868, and for other purposes, approved March 2d, 1867, as prohibits the organiza tion, arming, or calling into service of the militia forces in the State of Georgia, be and the same is hereby repealed." , Various Items. Washington, April 20.?The Supreme Court adjourns Saturday, April 30th. No arguments will be heard after the 26th instant. The proceedings in the case of Sy pher rs. St. Martin created intense ex citement. The facts were that St. Mar tin bad over 12,000 majority, and that Sypher received but 3,000 votes from a con stituency of 30,000 voters". When the first vote was announced seating Sypher he placed himself within the bar," and the Speaker had the book open to ad minister the oath, when the ceremony was interrupted by Brooks who cried, " The gentleman is a citizen of Penn sylvania!" Another member charged that seating Svplier was seating a creature of the iron interest. The Speaker would hear no argument. Mr. Stiles moved to adjourn. A series of votes then progressed, Sypher gradually losing strength. The Democrats then voted for the final resolution as the best they could get. Colonel St. Martin was heartily congratulated on the result. The revenue receipts to-day were $2.88,000. The Howard Corruption Investigating Committee heard evidence regarding the negotiations of the Congregational church. It appears that the Howard University was at first intended for a school under the au spices of the Congregational church, but Howard furnished the necessary funds to build it and raise it to a university under the auspices of the Freedmen's Bureau. The President lias nominated Pincktiey itoss for collector of customs at Pearl river, Mississippi. In the Supreme Court, appellants having withdrawn their cases, and no judge con curring in the former opinion desiring the letfpeiiiiig of the case ot Hepburn cs.Gris wold, the former decision of the court on legal-tenders stands as stated. Seven senators have changed front on the San Domingo treaty, and asserted that its early ratification is probable. The President has appointed Clifford L. T hompson, of Charlottesville ; W. Pattice, of Warren ton; and J. F. Taylor, of the University, posi masters. The President appointed Edmund Dow ney postmaster at Brownsville. Texas. S>iMtressinj? Accident?A A onus Lady Kills Herself. Special telegram tu the Dlsp.itch. University of Virginia, April 20. An awful and distressing accident oc curred here at a late hour this cicning, which resulted in the death of Miss Eveline Goodloe, daughter of Mr. Paul U. Goodloe, now a resident of Memphis, Tenn., formerly a citizen of this county. Miss Goodloe at tended the celebration last evening, and [was remaining for a few days at Dr. Mc | Kenney's. It seems that a party of ladies ' and geutlemcn had been practicing at a target with pistols, and nfier returning Mi-s Goodloe laughingly pointed the pistol j at herself and was making some playful re mark when the pistol exploded accidentally, the ball passing directly through her heart, causing instant death. No blame attaches | to any one. Miss Goodloe was a lady of high accom plishments and tiue appearance. Her terri ble death has cast a deep gloom over the j University and town. The lady's mother | had left her but a few hours before to re turn to the residence of her sister, Mrs. English, who resides a few miles from this place. Mr. Goodloe is truly unfortunate. He lost his only son some years since by i drowning. The greatest sympathy is felt j for the relatives of the unfortunate young I lady. M Foreign News. Paris, April 20.?The strikers are com I meneing iu earnest. Fifteen hundred fciin drvmen and moulders struck to-day. The [tailors have also struck, and the house ! painters are expected to strike to-morrow. Barbenct, the director of Rocliefort's jour nal, is sentenced to six months' imprison ment and 4.000 francs fine for the puplica tion of a congratulatory address from the women of Lyons to the women ot La Cru Z?Havana, April 20.?General Vnlmeseda i issued two proclamations announcing the entrance of the insurgent ^ forces com manded bv Modesto Diaz into Bayamo district. After a light at Canto Abajo, the insurgents attacked, captured, and burnt Capatania Del Homo, and after a severe engagement, during which thirty-five volun teers and lorty insurgents are reported to have been killed, the Spanish, with their wounded, escaped miraculously. Six Span ish battalions are pursuing the insurgents to prevent them entering Sierra. Another body of insurgents are operating this side of Canto. . ,, The steamship Missouri arrived here from Xew York this morning. Lisbon, April 20.?The water has flooded | the greater part of the city. Many men and horses have been drowned in the streets, an<l many sailors have been drowned from wrecked'ships. The loss is immense. | Paris, April 20.?The political excite ! nicnt on account of the plebiscitum is in creasing throughout the country. The | Moniteur announces that the Journal Official will publish on Friday a decree appointing the Sth day of May as the day for taking the vote of the" whole nation on the plebiscitum, and limiting voting to one day. j The operatives of the sugar refineries, ana the hat-makers, have justj joined the strike. London, April 20.?The Nuunery case of Laurin vs. Starr has been struck from the calendar of the court, it having been finally Legal proceedings have been instituted against Shoufield, of the Daily Telegraph, for assertingthat the Prince of Wales would soon reappear in the Divorce Court as cor respondent in the case of the Earl agamst the Countess of Sefton. The ship Castle Rock, of Ouebec, Is load ing at "Woolwich with powder for Canada. ? Madrid, April 20.?In the Cortes to-Klay a fierce attack was made by the Republican Deputies on Prim and Rivsra, who were accused of causing the recent outbreak at Barcelona. Vienna, April 20.?The Ministry has de cided to dissolve the Provisional Diets of Western Austria. This was bitterly op posed by the Radicals. The Butler-KImbertey Case Post poned. Baltimore, April 20.?The case of Kim berley & Brothers against General Butler for rent of property at Fortress Monroe was postponed until November. Female Suffrage in Massachusetts. Boston, April 20.-The House defeated the female luiXrags bill by a rote of 183 to ?8. Cm a Bsakrapt's Son Act am X. Aaleoee. New Yob*, April 20*?In the United States district court, in the case of bank ruptcy of John B. Bogert and Cornelius Oakley, Jr., now on hearing before Register Williams, several of Bogert's family ap peared as creditors of the bankrupts, and elected John V. Bogert, a son of the bank rupt, assignee. The matter being brought to the notice of Judge Blatchfora, the lat ter has refused to recognize the son as assignee, and another selection will have to be made. Freshet*. Lowell, Mass.. April 20.?The Merrimac is higher than it has been since '52. Manyj booms have been broken and much lumber1 lost. There is hack-water in most of the mills. Saco, Me., April 20.?The greatest flood that has occurred since '42 prevails here. Forty acres of logs are held by one boom, which, on breaking, win sweep away bridges, mills, and many houses. The storm still continues and the river is still rising. Albany, April 20.?The freshet Is still in-1 creasing, and the water is over the space from Hudson to South Ferry street. The entire lumber district is flooded. The Georgia Legislature. Atlanta, April 20.?The Senate and House adjourned until Monday. A mem ber of the House stated that General Terry was opposed to any legislation while the Georgia bill was pending before Congress. He was opposed to holding any session un til Congress had acted. The Coal Trade. Mauch Chunk, Pa., April 20.?The coal- j miners here have struck for $3 per day. Wilkesbarre, Pa., April 20.?The flood has floated 4,000,000 feet of logs. Many bridges were destroyed, trains delayed, ana there were many landslides. The miners still refuse to allow the coal-cars on the Reading railroad to be loaded. Marine Intelligence. Fortress Monroe, April 20.?Passed in for Baltimore, brig Anchor Harbor, from Liverpool. BOABDEVG AND LODGING. J^JONUMENTAL HOTEL, CORNER NINTH AND GRACE STREETS. This first-class and popular hotel, situated In the fashionable portion of the city, commands the finest view of the Capitol Square and the sur rounding country. Having Just passed Into the hands of the subscriber, he pledges himself to keep the table always supplied with every delicacy of tbe season, and cordially invites his friends and the travelling public generally to mnke the Monumen tal Hotel their home. NotI Nothing will be left undone that will promo.o the comfort of his patrons. J. S. DODSON, Proprietor. Having disposed of the furniture. Ac., of the ahove hotel to Mr. J. 8. Dodson, I cncerfnlly re commend him to my friends and the travelling public generally as a gentleman well qualified to please all. ap 21-lm GEORGE W. GARY. WASHINGTON, D. C. THE NEW HOTEL, "THE ARLINGTON," built by W. W. Cocoran, Esq. T. ROESSLE A SON. mh 21?2m Proprietors, A K E GEORGE. FORT WILLIAM HE NET IIOTKL will be opened for 6uininor visitors June 1st. Rooms can bo engaged and plans of hotel seen at "Tho Arlington," Washington, D. C. T. ItOESSLE A SON, mh 21?2m Proprietors. WOOD AND COAL. JjiOR THE BEST COOKING FUEL IN market goto JONES & BROOKE, Agents Carbon 11111 Soft Coke, apttt?lm Sixth street near Canal. Franklin lorberry coal egg. STOVE, AND CHESTNUT SIZES.-l :<m n>>w selling the above celebrated ANTHRA CITE COAL at the same price of inferior conls in this market. S. P. LATHROP, ja 29 Seventeenth stmt, at draw-bridge. A NTHRAC1TE COAL.?I am prepared X. to furnish the best quality LORBERRY. RED .SII, EGG and STOVE COALS, at the lowest larket price. Tht>sc In want of a choice article rill please give me a call. Office ami yard corner of Seventeenth and Dock trects. fell WIItT ROBERTS. DISSOLUTIONS^PARTNERSHIPS Dissolution of "CO-PARTNER SHIP?Tlie concern of JOHN BOUCHttR <6 CO. Is this dav dissolved by mutual consent. JOHN BOUCHER, PHILIP ROSENBERGER. On next MONDAY, April 25th, the whole 9tock of CIGARS, HAVANA LEAF TOBACCO, MEERSCHAUM PIPES, SHOWCASES, INDIAN SIGN, Ac., will be sold at anctlon. ap go?it Richmond, Va., 20th April, 1870. THE FIRM OF HA WES & MERItl X MAN' D this <iay dissolved. S. H. HAWES will continue the COAL BUSI NESS, and will keep constantly on hand a full supply of all kinds of COAL. All COAL sold will be of best quality, tho roughly screened, and free from slate ana other Impurities. Orders sent through post-ofHce or to the ofOce, corner of Eighteenth and Cary streets, will be promptly attended to, and on most favorable terms, A continuance of the patronage of friends and customers and the trade generally Is solicited. !ip 20~3t T\lS?SOLUTION OP CO-PARTNER A.J SHIP?The concern of ANDREW J. GRAY & CO. D tills day dissolved by mutual consent. ANDREW J. GRAY. April 11, 1870. SOMERVILLE GRAY. I have this day sold out my interest in the con cern of Andrew J. Gray & Co. to Mr. ANDREW J. GRAY, who is alone authorized to settle the business of the late firm. April 11, 1870. SOMERVILLE GRAY. Having purchased the interest of Mr. Somer vllle Gray In the late firm of A. J. Gray A Co., all persons having claims against the concern will present them to me for settlement. All persons owing the concern will make payment to me. I shall continue the business as heretofore con ducted by the old concern, and hope to have the patronage lately shown toward them and the late concern of Walkc A Gray. ANDREW J. GRAY. April 11, 1870. ap 12?lm FLOUB. LEGG'S FAMILY FLOUR, MIXED PICKLE by the gallon, BARCLAY, PERKINS A CU.-S LONDON PGR TER, R. YOUNGER'S EDINBURG ALE. SAR INKS and OLIVE OIL, CALIFORNIA WINES und BRANDY, at ap 12 J*. B. KIDD'F. LEGO'S SUPERIOR FAMILY FLOUR. We are receiving a small lot of this A No. 1 FLOUR. mh30 A. Y. STOKES A CO. jg RIDGE WATER FAMILY FLOUR. The undersigned Is now manufacturing a CHOICE ARTICLE of his UNRIVALLED ; FAMILY FLOUR, superior to any he has bereto ' fore made, which uas given such universal satis faction. Every barrel guaranteed to give entire satisfaction, or to be returned and money re funded. J. B. FICKLEN, Jr.. Fredericksburg, Va. We have a full supply of this flour, and know it to be a flrst-rate No. 1 family flour. E. A S. WORTHAM & CO.. mh 19 Agents for its sale, j CHINA AND GLASSWARE. | T HAVE THIS DAY PURCHASED OF A Mr. G.C. GARY hD stock of CHINA. GLASS, SILVER-PLATED WAKE, and HOUSE-FUR NISHING GOODS. and will continue the business, wholesale and retail, at the old stand, 1303 Main stree;. Having made recent lsrge purchases of the manufacturers and at auction sales since the decline in gold, I am prepared t > offer g.-ods at. tbo lowest figures and on the most favorable terms. Merchants, hotel-keepers, and families, will Audit to their Interest to examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. JOHN ASH EH, CARD?To my old patrons I extend my thanks. Having made a business arrangement with Mr. JOHN AbHER, I shall be oh haud to serve you ; and, with th* superior facilities of the new house In late purchases, Ac., I confidently recommend my successor, ap 18?lw GEORGE C. GARY. To CONTRACTORS. REFINED ROLLED IRON, all sites; REFINED HOKBE-hHOE IH(?N, ROD IRON from 3-18t^> S-t lncbu I BAND. HOOP, and SHEET IltON, NORWAY NAD-BODS, HORSE and MUI?E SHOES, HQttHK-SHOE. NAILS, IRON AXLES, all sixes; . NOVA KOOTLA GRISDHTONE8, G ROCERDS8 of all ktnd*. For aale by GORDON A CRINGAN, ap H-aoj Pearl street. Financial and Commercial. i ?wta WW Flow narkot, r?^T,v?>!!I>,FLOU R KXCHAXO*,? Richmovd, Va., April w, 1370. J _, .. orrEBiifos. ^ Toflow, bom. Mix Oat*.?30 bushels, Jfrs?None. Altai.?Si bushels. salnn. %S5H\J"?W bushels prime at $1,221* Jos 1 "*ii*7 ?o private terms?total' >88 S^SEllfW. gl,1huy imaged at 1LJ0, 100 baabela prime at $1.2Jj?total, 153 buab Oat*.?*0 bushels common at sse. Meal?24 bushels (bolted) at $1.23$. he-xxhibitxd. None. BXXiBgfl. Offering of grain very light. Corn market ex cited, and advancing. There Is some demand la the city for country use. IQ| Domestic Markets?[By Telegraph]. New York, April 20?Noon?Flonrflrm. Wheat a shade firmer. Corn unchmged. Pork steady; Mess, $27. lardqufctat 15}@iSfc. Cotton firmer at 23t<*.; Orleans, 23|c. Turpemlne drooping at 4?@tcjc. Bosin In good demand at 92.io@$2.i5 for strained. Erelghte quiet. . Evening?Cotton strong and In good demand ; sales, a,900 bales; upland, 23jc.; Orleans, 23Jc. Flour nnchanged. wheat l@2c. bettor; winter red and amber western. 22@2flc. Corn less active; new mixed western, fi.l4tff151i.i5. Beef active. Fork a shade firmer at $27.76. Lard Arm : kettle. I6<gl0jc. Whiskey firm at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sugar steady Coffee firm. Molasses dull/ Naval stores dull. Tallow quiet at 0Jc. Freights firm. hngar?Demerara, tic. ; Porto Rico, lo@lo?r. ; a nscovado, 9i@9J<\j fair to good refined 0}<59l. Tallow qnlot at 91<??9?c. Wool qnlct; domestic fleece, 45fa50c.; pulled, 4l@45c. Hides quiet. ^Baltimorb, April 20.?Virginla 8*8-Old, 58 bid, 53* asked; 68's, 88 bid ; 89's, 5e* bid. r lour firm ; lower and medium gr^d^s higher : Howard-Street superfine. $5tf?5.25. Wheat firm. Cora active; white, $1.13@?L14; yellow, fl.14. Oats, M@66c. Bice steady at ?1 05. Pork, $29. fl o"@|i8o7 1,C* Lard' 16ic* Whiskey firm at Cincixivati, April 20.?r^om advancing and In good demand at *8@39e. Whiskey advancing and In good demand at fi, but little offering. Provi sions flrin andln good demand. uiu.^F?ni^nAprI,o 2,0--Cotton firm ; Low Mid dlings, 205@2ic. Sales, eo bales. Receipts, 4 5 i.OO^balM*^*3"'00^^ 271 bale8- st<>ck, vo5??Rt,BRT0.^ April 20 Cotton firm. 2M^i?J^'? ?2??" /-, ea> 100 b,tes- Receipts, ia!o7o baies r^~^?a8tWl8e'm bale3, Stock' r?EKX?nL,?A*?. AP.r" 20- ?Cotton firm and In hii? ?? ? Middlings. 22@22ic. 8ales, 4.500 i '? receipts. 748 bales. Exports?Coast wise, 280 bales. Stock, 155,948 bales? Foreign Markets-[Br Telegraph]. IONDOX, April 20.?Consols, 94. United Stut/m Su?" ^eC. Spirt" Xur tSSS^WP11 M-C?ns?". Boon. 68i, Undo Noon.?Cotton qnlct; up i* ' t? w??8, 5 sales, lo,ooo?o 1.,000 bales. Pork firm. Lard quiet and steady. 74r^c8' A?rl130?Bourse opened quiet. Rentes, WAWTM. W^KKPaOT SECOND-HAND CAR Jt ?IAGE OB BAROUCHE suitable for one or two horses. WATKINS & COTTRELL, ?n ? Hardware Dealers, "P 20^st 1307 Main street. XXT ANTED, a competent middle-acred T V WHITE WOMAN to act as nurse. None but those who can come well recommended need apply to E. J. LEVY, ap.O?3t? No. 707 Franklin street. WANTED, a COOK, WASHER, and IRONER. Must come with good recom mendations. Apply to N. J. SMITH, at O A. Crenshaw's farm, about one and a half miles ud the canal. ap io_8t? '-PRICE & HUNTER, RAILROAD CON A- TRACTORS, wants Immediately TEN GOOD STONE-CUTTERS and KIGHT or TEN GOOD BUILDERS OP- MASONS. Wages will be literal. Apply to A. J. TRICE, on Section 75, C. <S O. K. K. Co . Coalburg P. O., Kanawha county, West Vl glnla. or apply to STEPHEN HUNTER. General Freight Agent, Richmond, Va. ap 18?7t? WANTED, QUARRYMEN AND ROCK-MASONS on the Kanawha Division of Hie ( hesapeake and Ohio railroad. Apply to me on betlons 82 and 83, Clifton, West Virginia. Wages liberal. ap 18?7t* L. B. VAUGHAy: WANTED, it purchaser for n GRIST and SAW-MILL in King WlJllara county, Va. Price, $l,2u0. A bargain can bo had by ap plication tu E. B. NEWHUBN, Reil Estate Agent, [ aP 8 No. IQl'J Main street. A TEACHER "WANTED?Wanted im tncdlately, a YOUNG LADY to teach my children the remainder of the year. She must be competent to give instruction < n the piano-forte and guitar, and also to teach Latin and French In addition to the usual English branches. To one who will come well recommended liberal Induce ments will be offered. Correspondence solicited and references given and required. Address ; R. E. THORNTON, mh 31- Thiw Sussex Courthouse, Va. HIDES WANTED?Highest market price paid In cash for DKy AND GREEN | HIDE8 by HULST & KING, deio 1423 Main street. DENTINTB Y. rpAYLl >E BROTHERS, DENTISTS, 1112 J. MAIN STREET, (over Trlbbett's confec tionery,) extract teeth without pain; lnseitteeth as low as *15, and don't charge for extracting. Sensitive te-th filled without pain. Any tooth filled with gold, and warranted for life, at TAYLoK BROTHERS', Ills Main street, Richmond, Va, N. B.?Instructions In uny branch of dentistry given to the profession on reasonable terms, ap 14 JJEMOVAL. DR. JUL), is. WOOD, DF.NIIST, has removed to No. 18NINTH STREET, In rear of Wood & Son's drug store. [ap 12] JOHN MAHONY, SURGEON DENTIST. ^ (formerly of the firm of WaytJe Mahony), Inserts FULL UPPER or LOW KB SETS OP ARTIFICIAL TEETH for from TWENTY to TIIIIiTY DOLDARS. OLD GOLD SETS bought or exchanged at their value for ne w sets or vulcanite. Office and residence, 625 Main street, between Sixth and Seventh streets. ap 4?5m sT 3TICHakdTd e n t i s t , ? having returned to Richmond, offers*2??, his professional services to his old friends, pa trons. and to the public generally. All work done In the nest and most expeditious manner. Office and residence, No. 73S north Main street, mh 28?lm pR. C. E. KLOEBER, BURGEON DENnST. ARTIFICIAL TEETH $20 to $50. PURE NITROUS OXIDE GAS EVERY DAY, DENTAL ROOMS ind LABORATORY, 902 BROAD STREET. fe 4 G EORGE B. STEEL. DENTIST, NO. 721 MAIN STREET (Ave doors above the Spots wood Hotel). FILLS TEETH In the best manner. EXTRACTS TEETH without pain. INSERTS ARTIFICIAL TEETH upon gold, silver, or vulcanite. Has twenty years' experience in this city. Charges moderate. ft 8 FUBXITIRE, Ac. s PRING STOCK OF FURNITURE. 8TACYB axe receiving an IMMENSE STOCK, bought at GOLD RATES, and are determined not to be undersold by any house In the country. Examine before you buy. mhl5 1308 AJTO 1310 MAIN STREET. F URN I TUBE AND MATTRESS WA2ER00MS?Up stairs, opposite the post-office, Main street, yon will find in two of those Iron-front buildings tbe largest and most varied assortment of PARLOR, CHAMBER, and i DINING-ROOM FURNITURE In the State, of everv variety of style and finish. Also, Mattresses aud8pr1ng Beds made to order In any style de sired. ' Oor stock of Chamber Furniture being very large, complete suite can be purchased at our establishment fr?m $35 to $500. we have reduced tbe prices of all our goods, and we are now selling ' about as low aa we did fifteen years ago. I We Invite all in want of good, substantial Fur niture to examine our assortment before buying. We have goods to suit all nartlca?tbe rich or the poor. HABWOOD ? RITTER, opposite the port-office. Main street, ds 18 Richmond, va? WINDOW-SHADE DEPOT, 1535 T T MAIN STRET?M. dOLDEN Is selling off his large stock of WINDOW-SHADK8, TABLE | OILCLOTHS, Ac., at gold prices. Gold, Velvet, 1 and CrystaRwd Shades, with Fixtures to match ; Marble, Mahoiranv, Rosewood, and Figured Oil cloth, from one shilling per yard up. Black, en duck, f<?r covering carriages, at less than New York prices. Call and buy of M. GOLDS V, 1335 Main etree', between Fifteenth and Seventeenth streets. ap I to T\R. H. TALIAFERRO rcspeetfully XJ offers his PROFESSIONAL SERVICES to the citizens of Richmond. Office and residence at Mr. Robert A. Mayo's, no Seventh street, be tween FreaXHa and G#aco streets, JBAXXJUMUMS. Ovrrca Riciruom Fxxctekicksburcd and Potomac railroad company, > Richmond, April 19,187#. > r\N AND AFTER 21ST INSTANT THE V/ACCOMMODATION TRAIN win be run creek for Richmond dally (Mondays excepted) at j ? A. M., and arrive In RlcbmoudatS.45 A. M. I On MONDAYS atrain will be run from Juno tloa, arriving In Richmond at t.tf A. M. J. B. GENTRY, ap 20?It Gen> ral Ticket Agent. QPENEfG OF A NEW AND ATTRACTIVE BOUTB TO BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, AND THE WEST. The RICHMOND. FREDERICKSBURG AND ! POTOMAC RAILROAD COMPANY announce i to the public that en and after THURSDAY NEXT, 21st Instant, an EXPRESS TRAIN will be run fro in the depot corner .Broad and Eighth streets on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS, at 4 P. M., aiTivlng at Acqula creek at 8 P. M., connecting with the FIRST-CLASS IRON STEAMER GEORGEANNA, Captain JOHN henry freeman, FOR BALTIMORE, arriving there at 7.80 A. M.. in ample time to con nect with trains on tbe PHILADELPHIA, WIL MINGTON, and BALTIMORE RAILROAD for the North and East, and with tbe trains on the BALTIMORE AND OHIO, NORTHEKK CEN TRAL. and PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL rail roads for the West. Returning from Baltimore, the steamer will leave her wharf, PIERS Nos. 8 and 0, BETWEEN CONWAY and BAKRE STREETS. ON LIGHT 1 STREET, on WEDNESDAY tbe 20th. Instant, and regularly thereafter on MONDAYS. WED NtSuAYS, and FRIDAYS, at 4:15 P. M.. con-1 necUng at Acqula creek with an EXPRESS I TRAIN for Richmond, reaching the Junction In I ample time to counect with the WESTWARD BOUND TRAIN for the principal points on the CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILROAD, and! arriving in RICHM' ?ND at 8:4S A. M. In speed and in outfit the STEAMER GEORGE ANNA is believed to be unsurpassed by ANY plying south or New York, and In STATEROOM and TABLE ACCOMMODATIONS the Com pany Is determined not to be excelled. On the completion of the outfit of another steamer of the same class (now nearly ready) the Ooinpanv pro pose to make the line a DAILY ONE. FoR FREIGHTS this line Is the most expedi- | Hons, and as cheap as any running from Rich mond. FOR PASSENGERS, tbe route Is rendered at trnctDo bv the L<>W KATES. NEW EQUIP MENT OF ENGINES AND CARS, SMOOTH TRACT, AND ELE rANT STEAMERS. THROUGH TICKETS AND BAGGAGE CHECKS and information abont freights fur-1 nlshed upon application at the office of the com pany, corner of BROAD and EIGHTH STREETS. J. B. GENTRY, _ General Ticket Agent. Ed. T. D. Mtebs, General Superintendent. Office Richmond, Fbedebicksbcbo and) Potomac Railroad Company. > ap IB?qt Richmond, AprU 18,1870. ) Richmond and Peteb9bdru k. r. Co., i March 15,187#. J ^THROUGH MAIL TRAINS LEAVE A Richmond at 8.45 A. M. DAILY, except SUN DAYS, and at 2:50 P. M. DAILY. Returning, leave Petersburg at 10 A. M. DAILY, and ox cept SUNDAYS at 7:05 P. M. DAILY. Local trains leave Richmond at 6 A. M., and Petersburg at 8:20 A. M. DAILY, except SUN DAYS. THOMAS H. W YNNE, mh 15 Superintendent. TWO FAST DAILY LINES (SUNDAY P. M. EXCEPTED) TO THE NORTH, EAST, AND WEST, OVER THE FAVORITE ROUTE VIA AQUIA CREEK-THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE.?Tbe THROUGH TRAINS o%er this route are now run from the depot corner of Byrd and Eighth streets at u. 16 A. M.|snd 8.30 P. M. (Sunday at 11.15 A. M. only), making close and reliable connections with THE WASHINGTON AND NEW YORK FAST LINES and with trains for THE GREAT NORTHWEST. Cars fitted up with SPLENDID RECLINING CHAIRS, for which no charge is made. The elegant and commodious steamers on tbe Potomac river stop at Alexandria each way. The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN between Richmond and Acqula creek leaves tbo depot co:r na.ro< Broad and Eighth streets daily (Sundays except ;d)ai 4 P. M.,and arrives In Richmond at 8.45 A. M. Through tickets to ill principal pointa North and West. For further Information and for through ticket# North apply at the office corner Broad and Kightl streets, ancf for through tickets to all points North and West apply at the ticket office corner Byrd and Eighth streets. no 25 J. B. GENTRY. General Ticket Agent. /CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAIL. KJ P.CAD. -On and after WEDNESDAY, 2d ol February. 1870, the PASSENGEP. TRAINS will run as follows?vis.: MAIL TRAIN will run dally between Richmond and Staunton (except Sunday, between Gordons vilie and Staunton) ; leave Richmond at 8:35 A. M. and arrive at Staunton at 4:20 P. M.; leave Staun ton at 8:20 A. M. and arrive at Richmond at 4:40 P. ML. - making close connections at Gordonsvllle and Charlottesville with the Orange, Alexandria and Manassas rallioad mail trains for Alexandria. Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, etc.; also ror Lynchburg, Knoxville, Chatta nooga. Memphis, New Orleans, Montgomery, Mo bile, etc. MAIL TRAIN will rnn trl-weekly between Staunton and White Sulphur Springs on TUES DAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY. Leave Staunton at 4:40 P. M. and arrive at White Sulpbm at 10:05 P. M.; leave White Sulphur at 330 A. M. and arrive at Staunton at 8 A. M. And going west win connect with stages as follows?vix., at Go shen with stages for Lexington, Natural-Bridge, and Rockbridge Baths ; at Mllhoro' with stages for Bath Alum and Warm Seringa ; and at White Sulphur with stages for Lewisburg, Charleston, etc. STAGES will also leave Staunton on TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY MORNINGS, for Lexington and Natural Bridge. NIGHT PASSENGER TRAIN will run between Richmond and Washington nightly without change of cars. Leave Richmond at 8:30 P. M. and ar rive at Washington at 5:35 A. M. Leave Wash ington at 8:35 P. M. and arrive at Richmond at 3:30 A. M. Making all through connections at Rich mond and Washington. . BLEEPING CARS will be attached to this train, and will be run through between Richmond aoc Baltimore without change. THROUGH TICKETS issued to all points North, West, and Southwest. JAMES F. HETHERLAND, fe 2 General Ticket Agent. Richmond aj^td danville bail ROAD?CHANGE OF 8CnEDt7LE?Or and alter WEDNESDAY, December 29, 18W, th? PASSENGER TRAINS on this road will be ran as follow-: Going south.?Lynchburg and Danville pas sengers leave Richmond dally (except Sundays) at 9:15 A. M.ileave BurkcvlUo dally (except Sun days) at 12:45 P. M.; arrive at Danville daily (ex cept Sondays) at 5:65 P. M. THROUGH MAIL AND EXPRESS leaves Richmond dally at 5:St P. M.; leaves Danville dally at 1:35 P. M.; arrive: at Greensuoro* dally at 4:15 A. SL Going North.?Lynchburg and Danville pas sengers leave Danville daily (except Sundays) at 7:40 A. M. ; leave Burkevllle dally (except Sun days) at 12:45 P. M.; arrive at Richmond dally (except Sundays) at 3:50P. M. THROUGH MAIL AND EXPRESS leaves Greensboro' dally at 0W P.M.; leaves Danville dally at 11:57 P. M.; ar rives at Richmond dally at 7:20 A. M. The Lynchburg and Danville Paaseuger Traits connects at Burkevllle with the trains on the Southside road for Petersburg. Norfolk, Lynch burg, and all stations on the Southside and Vir ginia and Tennessee railroads, Bristol, Knox vllle, Palton, Chattanooga, Nashville, Memphis, and all Important points South and Southwest. The Through Mall and Express connects at Greensboro' with the trains on the North Caro Jlna road for Charlotte, Columbia, Augusta, Sa vannah, Macon, Mobile, Montgomery, &c., 4c.; and at Richmond wlih the Richmond, Frederlcte burg and Potomac, Chesapeake and Ohio, and Richmond and York River railroads. SLEEPING CARS and CHILES'S PATENT RECLINING CHAIRS on the through express train. THOMAS JDODAMEAD, de 28 Superintendent. Richmond and yobk biyeb RAILROAD LINE-FOB BALTIMORE, THE NORTH, AND NORTHWEST?CHANGE OF SCHEDULE-DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS). On and after TUESDAY, 8th of June, passenger* tor Baltimore and all points North and North west will take the passenger train from the depot of the Richmond and York River Railroad at Richmond for West Point, where they take the steamer ADMIRAL, Captain L. C. Freeman, or KENNEBEC, Captain J. H. Freeman,?hot# 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 West. Returning, the boats leave pier No, *, Light-Street wharves, foot of Barry street, dally (except Sundays) at 4 o'clock P. M., passenger* arriving in Richmond at 12:16 P. M. the following day in time to connect with the express train on the Richmond and Danville railroad for Dan ville and all points on that road; Greensboro', Salisbury, Charlotte, 4c., N. C.; Columbia, 0., and all points South. PASSENGER TRAIN leaves Richmond dally (except Sundays) at 1 o'clock P. M.; leaves west Point dally (excapt Mondays) at loasA. M. THOMAS DODAMEAD, je I Superintendent. HEWIK6-MACHIKE8. 1311. TiIE BEST 1311. SEWING-MACHINE IS THE BFTTON-HOLE COMBINATION AND OVEB SEAMIKG SEWING-MACHINE. Call at lm Main stbeet and eee them. Sold on liberal terms. Old machines cf all kinds taken In exchange. apfl?lm O. R. BBOW5. C. L. RADWAY. WHEELER & WILSON'S SEWING^ ?V MACHINE COMPANY have removed to No. 7? Main street, comer of Klffbtb- Persons having this machine would do vreir to^ l?ve U?m repaired at this office. HEWING-MACHINE MATERIAL always on hand. _ GE( BGE H: BROWN A CO., Amenta and Btwin^-MxcMno Mnehlnme. AGENTS WANTED. mh SS the only PROPER NEEDLES ELLIPTIC MACHINES. BLOAT A ADDINGTON. tsU Mil Caryatmcs,newEoastawk. T?OR ?OI#OLK, FOB JP JtOJOTH, ANDALL BEGUL LANDINGS ON TUB JAMBS jut J??j a?4 elegjuot UNITED STATES MAIL i warn oer wharf tl BnefcMti for ttaa-sUtaVMMUB! ' m?^msrass'^SsR I Tuesdays, Thursdays, sod Saturdays. tn Norfolk a ttms to con nect jrtta steamers for Baltimore sMtwiM Norte. < v ! TrafaaleaveCity Point for Petersburg oft ?rt? t&2 of ito&iEcr* Fare to Norfolk, ft-Hi FREIGHT received Tuesdays, T&ursuays, sad 8ataadayn> from 13 M. to Sj F, M-, for Norfolk. Portsmouth* Boston, Baltimore, and principal landtag* oa Chesapeake bay, and all regular landings e? dates* river, at reasonable rates* NO WHARFAGE CHARGED. EICH-; MOND AND NORFOLK^ 8Tg. SHIP LINE.?FOB PHI LA DELI __ _ A WEE X Steamers N Oil FOLK, J. ?. EVEBMAN, and J. SL GREEN, oonposbur this line, win leave Blcbmond every MONDAY and THURSDAY, and Philadelphia every WEDNES DAY and SATURDAY, alternately* at lJo'etoek M. Freight received every day (Sundays exeept ed) at the Company's frelgnt-house on the Dock. Freights taken for Norfolk at moderate rates. Passage to Philadelphia, Including meals and stateroom, ft. W. P. PORTER, Agent at Richmond, OlHoe No. xm Dock street. W M. p. CLYDE A CO.. Agents at Philadelphia, _ Offices No. 13 South wharves, fe it and No. 14 North wharves. "DOWHATAJN STEAMBOAT! A, COMrANY.-StcarneTS STAT OF MARYLAND and PETERSBUBG.?Cbeap* reliable, and saft route to Baltimore, Savaoaar, Boston, and the West. Trl-weekly line to Bahl* clc*t connections with steamers to Philadelphia. No transhipment of goods b*? tween Richmond and Baltimore. Leave BiltV more every TUESDAY, THURSDAY/ and SA TURDAY. Leave Rlcnmond every MONDAY* THURSDAY, and SATURDAY. Freight received every day np to a o'clock P. M.. except Saturday, and on Saturday up to 3 o'clock See daily advertisement for hour of sailing. These steamers have excellent saloon,stateroom, and passenger accommodations. Fare, $*; meals and stateroom extra. For freight or passage, ap ply to HABVEYS A WILLIAMS, Agents, fe 15 Commercial Block* WILLIAM C. DUNHAM As CO fj GENERAL SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, COHMtK Main and eujvzntix armwnfc x Richmond, Va Poct-Owic* Box U FOB NEW YORK. OLD DOMINION STEAMSHIP COMPANY. The splendid new side-wheel steamships ISAAC BELL, SARATOGA, NIAGARA ALBE MARLE, and HATTKBA8, leave New York for Norfolk, City Point, and Richmond, every TUES DAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY *t 3 o'clock P. M. Leave Richmond every TUESDAY, FBI DAY, and SUNDAY, at high tide. These ships aro entirely new. They have elegant saloons and staterooms. The fare, accomnwda* tlons, and attention, are unsurpassed. Close connections made with steamers for aQ southern and European ports. Insurance effected, when ordered, AT A QUAR TER OF ONE PER CENT., at the offices Of this companv. j N. L. Mccbjeadt, President, itr Greenwich street, New York. ^WILLIAM C. DUNHAM A CO., Agents. corner Main and Eleventh streets* FOR LIVERPOOL AND QUEENSTOWN.* IN MAN LINE OF MAIL STEAMERS,' sX_ FROM NEW YORK EVERY SATURDA5 AND ALTERNATE TUESDAYS. SATIS OF FASSAQK BY THX SATURDAY STBAMU1 First Cabin, Payable in Gold. Liverpool or Queenstown $1M M Steerage Payable in Currency. Liverpool or Queenstown * 9 M OS PAS8AGS BY TUESDAY STEAMZB VTA HALIFAX : Liverpool or Qtiecnstown (gold) ???$ SO OS Halifax (goldh, MM St. John's, N. F., bv branch steamer (gold),. 40 M Steerage, Pay able in Currency. Liverpool or Queenetown.....* .*??$ M OS Halifax II OS St. John's, N. F.,by branoh steamer......., M SS Tickets sold to and from England, Ireland* and the Continent, at moderate rates. For further Information anolv at the Company's offices. JOHN G. DALE, Agent. 15 Broadway, New York; or to WILLIAM C. DUNHAM A CO., Agents. NATIONAL LINE, ttteamora weekly to LIVERPOOL,., calling at QUKEN8TOWN, leaving? pier 47 North river every Saturday: FRANCE. QUEEN, HELVETIA. DENMARK, ERIN, PENNSYLVANIA, ENGLAND, VIRGINIA, LOUISIANA. Cabin passage, fioo and 176, currency. Steerage passage, $30, currency. Steerage tickets from Liverpool or Queens town, $37, in currency. Steerage passage from Antwerp. Hamburg, "Rot terdam. and Havre, $45, in currency. For further particulars, apply at tho offices of the company, 60 Broadway, F. W. J. HUBflT, Manager, or to ? WILLIAM C. DUNHAM A CO., Agents. STEAM TO GLASGOW AND LONDONDERRY. THE ANCHOR LINE. Favorite Clyde-built passenger steamers arc In tended to sail EVERY SATURDAY from pier No. 30. North river, at 13 o'clock M. BATK8 or PASSAGE. PATABIJB IK CUBHBHCY] Cabins to Liverpool, Glasgow, or Derry, $09 and $75. Excursion tickets, good for twelvs months, $1*W Steerage to Glasgow or Derry, $3$; intermediate, $35. Prepaid certificates from these ports, $17. Passengers booked to and from Hamburg, Havre* Rotterdam, Antwerp. Ac., at very low rates. Drafts issued payable si any bank in Great Bri? tain* ij'or further Information apply at the company*! offices, No. a Bowling Green, New York, to HMX? DBRSOJf Brothers, or to WILLIAM 0. DUNHAM A CO, Agcoti. au 28 i MACmNEKY, Afe ^JETROPOLITA^ WORKS, CORNER SEVENTH AND CANAL STREETS. STATIONARY and PORTABLE ENGINES and SAW-MILLS: BAltK. GBIST. and PLASTER MILLS : ? BOILERS, FORGINGS, CASTINGS Of IRON or BRASS; MILL GEARING. . ENGINES and SAW-MILLS of varf?|^*l5W always on band. :-T Old engines, Ac., repaired and aold on oommlt sion or ex chanced fur new. All other repair! promptly and satisfactorily done. Sena for descriptive circular!. deM WTLLIAM E. TANNER A 00. M ACHINE SHOP. SLOAT A ADDINGTQN, MACHINISTS. WOBXS AND Ore ICS: 1416 CAST UTBMHf, NBAS FoobtxSNth. Richmond, Va. ALL KINDS OP NEW WORK: STEAM-ENGINES and BOILERS In city ant country; TOBACCO WOBK of all kind* mada and repaired, with all kinds of steam-flltlng* for same; PLATFORM and other SCALES AD 1USTED and REPAIRED. Exclusive agents teg JUDSON'8 PATENT STEAM-ENGINE GOV ERNOR, SELDEN'8 PATENT STKAM-EN OINE PACKING, Ctlca Steam Gauge Company's STEAM GAUGES. Every one or these gaagtfl are warranted for a year. We know them to he the best gauge now In use. They are uses In price than any other make. A fall line ef the above ar ticles always on hand. We also keep HOLLAND'S PATENT BELF-FEEDING 01L-0CTP, for draft ing and all kinds of machinery, which saves ninety per cent, of oil. Tbia Is the newest and beet thing now out. Come and see It and us. GEORGE B. BLOAT. my 10 A. JACKSON APDINQTOB. WINES AltD LKHJOM. TMPORTED MADEIRA, SHERRY, and I. PORT WINES: _ - CALIFORNIA. ANGELICA, and PORT WINE8: HENNES8Y, OTA ED. and CALIFORNIA BRANDY; FULCHER'8 PUKE RYE WHISKEY, Low grade WHISKEYS, BRANDIES, and GIH0, H LB BERT'S LONDON PORTER. GEORGE A. HTJNDLBT, apl9 688 Broad street. UM, RUM, RUM. "r~ Juit received 36 barrels PURE M< ?L AbbES BUM, direct from J. G. TRUE A CO., Portland, Me.; to which we woold most respectfully call the atten tion of the trade. JCYSnCB A BLATER, apis-st UM Mala street. Having no compo under1 s license or recti tier's tube to mix, we always self jast as we receive U from the distiller, with United States ganger's certifi cate accompanying each invoice. Also, 8YBUPS of all grades. ap S?Tn&Thtw WINSTON A POWERS. 2Q BARRELS PUR E OLD JKTB 10! 18 L *5 barnlSBli?kpf~i5f6UI, 10 barrels 18 barrels .BELBJl u JK ? Uw . *?! J iimc. TTRESH STONE LIKE J; AT 6BEATLV RED' FIVE THOUSAND HU8HE EOCK.V1LLE LIME for solo M the Mtowtfi LOW PBICE8 : ^ M bushelo and leu tban 3SS bushels, 41 en* ? per bushel s ? > 29* bushels and J?m than ttfe bushel* N Mtf per bubal; -Vi' mo btuhela sad W th?a ntf nuWr, if fntr per ? - ' -i JiKUBHlBv^s.* '* This TUBE STONE L (torn the kilns three llnei 351? " - ap sum two ou555ii5^ O mo barrels MO barrels MO boxes 1 40,009 LATHS, Jul reeai rod OSMtW 11