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(title page) The City Intelligencer; or, Stranger's Guide
V. & C.
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Richmond
Macfarlane & Fergusson, Printers.
1862
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THE
CITY INTELLIGENCER;
OR,
STRANGER'S GUIDE.

BY

V. & C.

RICHMOND:
MACFARLANE & FERGUSSON, PRINTERS.
1862.


Page 3

DIRECTORY.

President of the Confederate States.
JEFFERSON DAVIS, OF MISS.

        Residence corner 12th and Clay streets. Office--Custom-house,second floor. Office hours from 11 to 12.

Secretary of State.
J. P. BENJAMIN, OF LA.

        Residence, second door from Foushee, on Main street. Office--Custom-house. Office hours from 11 to 12.

Secretary of the Treasury.
C. G. MEMMINGER, OF S. C.

        Residence at G. A. Myers, Esq., on 12th street, two doors from Broad street. Office--Custom-house, second floor. Office hours from 10 to 12.

Secretary of War.
G. W. RANDOLPH, OF VA.

        Residence, Franklin street, between 7th and 8th streets, south-side. Office--Mechanics' Hall, first floor. Office hours from 10 to 1 P. M.


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Secretary of the Navy.
S. R. MALLORY, OF FLORIDA.

        Residence, Main street, between 3rd and 4th streets, south-side. Office--Mechanics' Hall, second floor. Office hours from 12 to 2 P. M.

Postmaster General.
JOHN H. REAGAN, OF TEXAS.

        Residence, Powhatan Hotel. Office--corner Bank and 11th streets, second floor, Post-Office Department. Office hours from 10 to 12.

Department of Justice.
T. H. WATTS, OF ALABAMA.

        Residence, Mr. Ratcliff's, Broad street, opposite Monumental Church. Office--Mechanics' Hall, second floor. Office hours from 10 to 12.


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State, Names, Post-offices, and Residences of C. S. Senators, 2nd Session of the Permanent Government.

1862. NAMES OF SENATORS. POST-OFFICES RESIDENCE IN RICHMOND CITY.
Virginia, R. M. T. Hunter, Lloyds, Essex County. Miss. A. Nicholas, corner of 8th and Leigh.
" W. B. Preston, Blacksburg. Franklin, between Adams and Foushee.
North Carolina, Geo. Davis, Charlotte. Mrs. Barksdale's, Grace st. bet. 3rd and 4th.
" W. T. Dortch, Goldsboro'. Exchange Hotel.
South Carolina, R. W. Barnwell, Graniteville. Mrs. Young's, 7th street, above Cary.
" James L. Orr, Anderson. Corner Grace and Madison street.
Georgia, John W. Lewis, Cartersville, Bartow Co. Mr. Reins', corner Main and 2d streets.
" B. H. Hill, Lagrange. Spotswood Hotel, No. 76.
Alabama, W. L. Yancey, Montgomery. Mrs. Young's, corner Marshall and 7th st.
" C. C. Clay, Jr., Huntsville. Mrs. Wynn's, on Grace, above 1st street.
Florida, James M. Baker, Lake City. Spotswood Hotel, No. 88.
" E. A. Maxwell, Pensacola. T. W. Brockenbrough, corner Clay and 4th.
Mississippi, A. G. Brown, Terry, Hines County. Arlington House.
" James Phelan, Aberdeen. Spotswood Hotel.
Louisiana, Ed. Sparrow, Providence, Carroll Parish. Major Elliott's, 11th street.
" T. J. Semmes, New Orleans. American Hotel, No. 67.
Texas, L. T. Wigfall, Marshall. Mrs. Wynn's, on Grace, above 1st street.
" W. S. Oldham, Benham. Mrs. Quarles', 3d door from Marshall, on [12th street.
Arkansas, R. W. Johnston, Camden.  
" C. B. Mitchell, Washington. Exchange Hotel, No. 39.
Kentucky, H. C. Burnett, Cadiz, Trigg County. Spotswood Hotel, No. 96.
" W. E. Simms, Paris, Bourbon County. Corner Grace and Madison streets.
Missouri, J. B. Clark, Fayette. Spotswood Hotel, No. 50.
" R. L. Y. Peyton, Harrisonville, Cass County. Exchange Hotel, No. 103.
Tennessee, G. A. Henry, Clarkesville. Mr. Elliott's, 11th street, beyond Marshall.
" L. C. Haynes, Knoxville. Arlington House, No. 19.


Page 6

Standing Committees of the Senate of the Confederate States.

        1. Foreign Affairs.--James L. Orr, chairman, Wm. L. Yancey, Louis T. Wigfall, John B. Clark, Wm. Ballard Preston.

        2. Finance.--Robert W. Barnwell, chairman, Robert M. T. Hunter, George Davis, Thomas J. Semmes, Gustavus A. Henry.

        3. Commerce.--Clement C. Clay, chairman, Augustus E. Maxwell, Wm. T. Dortch, R. L. Y. Peyton, Henry C. Burnett.

        4. Military Affairs.--Edward Sparrow, chairman, Wm. Ballard Preston, Robert W. Johnson, Louis T. Wigfall, Gustavus A. Henry.

        5. Naval Affairs.--Albert G. Brown, chairman, W. S. Oldham, James M. Baker, Wm. E. Simms, Wm. T. Dortch.

        6. Judiciary.--Benj. H. Hill, chairman, Landon C. Haynes, James Phelan, Thomas J. Semmes, Henry C. Burnett.

        7. Indian Affairs.--Robert W. Johnson, chairman, Clement C. Clay, W. S. Oldham, R. L. Y. Peyton, Wm. E. Simms.

        8. Post-Offices and Post-Roads.--W. S. Oldham, chairman, John B. Clarke, Landon C. Haynes, Charles B. Mitchell, James M. Baker.

        9. Public Lands.--John B. Clarke, chairman, James M. Baker, Wm. L. Yancey.

        10. Patents.--Augustus E. Maxwell, chairman, Landon C. Haynes, Benjamin H. Hill.


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        11. Claims.--George Davis, chairman, Henry C. Burnett, R. L. Y. Peyton.

        12. Territories.--Louis T. Wigfall, chairman, Albert G. Brown, Wm. L. Yancey.

        13. Accounts.--Charles B. Mitchell, chairman, William T. Dortch, Wm. E. Simms.

        14. Printing.--James Phelan, chairman, B. H. Hill, John B. Clarke.

        15. Enrollment and Engrossment.--James Phelan, chairman, A. E. Maxwell, C. B. Mitchell.


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State, Names, Post-Offices, and Residences of Members of the C. S. House of Representatives.

1862. NAMES. POST-OFFICES. RESIDENCE IN RICHMOND CITY.
Virginia, 1 M. R. H. Garnett, Loretto, Essex county. Spotswood Hotel.
" 2 J. R. Chambliss, Hicksford. Arlington House, on Main, bet 6th and 7th streets.
" 3 James Lyons, Richmond. Richmond House.
" 4 Charles F. Collier, Petersburg. Arlington House.
" 5 Thos. S. Bocock, Appomattox Court-house. Corner of Grace and Madison streets.
" 6John Goode, Jr., Liberty. Mr. John Wynn's, Grace st., op. Baptist Church.
" 7 James P. Holcombe, Charlottesville. Hon. W. B. Preston's, on Franklin street.
" 8 D. C. Dejarnette, Bowling Green, Caroline. do do do do
" 9 W. Smith, Warrenton. Corner of 3rd and Main streets.
" 10 A. R. Boteler. Shepherdstown. Ballard House, No. 52.
" 11 J. B. Baldwin, Augusta county. Do
" 12 W. R. Staples, Christiansburg. Do
" 13 W. Preston, Abingdon. Ballard House, No. 38.
" 14      
" 15 Ro. Johnston, Clarksburg. R. Mills', s s of 7th, bet Clay and Leigh streets.
" 16 C. W. Russell, Wheeling. Mrs. Wynn's Boarding-house, Grace st, above 1st.
No. Carolina, 1 W. N. H. Smith, Murfreesboro'. Misses Yerby's, 5th street, between Clay and Leigh.
" 2 R. R. Bridges, Tarboro'. Exchange and Ballard House, No. 49.
" 3 O. R. Kernan, Kenansville. Mrs. Brocks', Franklin street, bet 3d and 4th.
" 4 T. D. McDowell, Elizabethtown. Misses Yerby's, 5th st, between Clay and Leigh.
" 5 A. H. Arrington, Hilliardston. Exchange and Ballard House, No. 76.
" 6 J. R. McLean, Greensboro'. Mrs. Brocks', Franklin st., bet 3rd and 4th.
" 7 W. S. Ashe, Wadesboro'. Arlington House, No. 22.
" 8 W. Lander, Lincolnton. Exchange Hotel, No. 275.
" 9 B. S. Gaither. Morganton. Do
" 10 A. T. Davidson, Murphey. Mrs. Brocks', Franklin st., between 3rd and 4th.


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So. Carolina, 1 John McQueen, Bennettsville. Spotswood Hotel.
" 2 W. P. Miles, Charleston. Do
" 3 L. M. Ayer, Buford's Bridge. Mr. Davis', 2d door from corner of 8th and Clay sts.
" 4 M. L. Bonham, Edgefield. Exchange Hotel.
" 5James Farrow, Spartanburg Court-house. R. M. Stevenson's, 7th street, north of Leigh.
" 6 W. W. Boyce, Winnsboro'. Mrs. Macon's house, 7th st, bt Franklin and Grace,
Georgia, 1 J. Hartridge, Savannah. Spotswood Hotel.
" 2 C. J. Munnerlyn, Bainbridge. Misses Yerby's, 5th st, between Clay and Leigh.
" 3 H. Bolt, Columbus. Spotswood Hotel.
" 4 A. H. Kenan, Milledgeville. Powhatan Hotel.
" 5 D. W. Lewis, Sparta. Miss Yerby's, 5th street, bet Clay and Leigh.
" 6 W. W. Clark, Covington. Do do do do
" 7 R. P. Trippe, Forsyth. Do do do do
" 8 L. J. Gartrell, Atlanta. American Hotel.
" 9 H. Strickland, Cumming, Mrs. Paine's, corner 2nd and Main sts.
" 10 A. R. Wright, Rome. Do do do do
Alabama, T. J. Foster, Courtland. Arlington House.
" 2 W. R. Smith, Tuscaloosa. Mrs. Quarles', 12th street.
" 3 J. P. Ralls, Centre. Mr. Thomas', Franklin st, bt 3d and 4th.
" 4 J. L. M. Curry, Talladega A. H. Sands', cor 1st and Grace streets.
" 5 F S. Lyon, Demopolis. J. Alfred Jones, 6th st, bt Franklin and Main.
" 6 W. P. Chilton, Montgomery. Richmond House.
" 7 D. Clopton, Tuskegee. A. H. Sands', corner 1st and Grace streets.
" 8 J. L. Pugh, Eufaula. Mrs. Wynn's on Grace, above 1st st.
" 9 E. S. Dargan, Mobile. 6th st, second door from the corner of Franklin.
Florida, 1 J. B. Dankins, Gainesville. Spotswood Hotel.
" 2 R B. Hilton, Tallahassee. Misses Yerby's, 5th st, bt Clay and Leigh.
Mississippi, 1 J. W. Clapp, Holly Springs. Mr. Thomas', Franklin st, bt 3d and 4th.
" 2 R. Davis, Aberdeen. Exchange Hotel.
" 3 Israel Welsh, Macon. Mrs. Quarles', 12th st, bt Clay and Marshall.
" 4 H. C. Chambers, Sunflower Landing. Spotswood Hotel.


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Mississippi[,] 5 O. R. Singleton, Canton. Mrs. Lyons', Grace st, op Catholic Church.
" 6 E. Barksdale, Jackson. Spotswood Hotel.
" 7 J. J. McRae, Bucatunna. Do
Louisiana, 1 C. Y. Villere, New Orleans. 8th street, between Grace and Franklin.
" 2 C. M. Conrad, New Orleans. Spotswood Hotel.
" 3 D. F. Kenner, New River P. O. J. P. Benjamin's Main st, bt Foushee and Adams.
" 4 L. J. Dupre, Opelousas City. 8th st, bt Grace and Franklin.
" 5 Henry Marshall, Blackjack P. O. Mrs. C. A. Gwatkin's, corner 11th and Broad sts.
" 6 J. Perkins, Jr., Ashwood. Corner of Franklin and Adams.
Texas, 1 J. A. Wilcox, San Antonio, Miss Murray's, Main st, bt 7th and 6th.
" 2 C. C. Herbert, Eagle Lake. Clifton House.
" 3 P. W. Gray, Houston. Miss Murray's, Main st, bt 7th and 6th.
" 4 F. B, Sexton, San Augustine. Do do do
" 5. M. D. Graham, Henderson. Do do do
" 6 W. B. Wright, Paris, Lamar county. Clifton House.
Arkansas, 1 Felix J. Batson, Clarksville, Exchange Hotel, No. 243.
" 2 G. D. Royston, Washington. Do No. 36.
" 3 A. H. Garland, Little Rock. Exchange Hotel.
" 4 Thomas B. Hanly, Helena. Arlington House.
Tennessee, 1 J. B. Heiskell, Rogersville. G. W. Peake's, Ross street.
" 2 W. G. Swan, Knoxville. Spotswood Hotel, No. 139.
" 3 W. H. Tibbs, Cleveland. Do
" 4 E. F. Gardenshire, Sparta, White county.Do
" 5 H. S. Foote, Nashville. Mr. Liggon's, on 26th and Franklin streets.
" 6 M. P. Gentry, Richmond. Exchange Hotel, No. 54.
" 7 George W. Jones,Fayetteville. Spotswood Hotel, No. 73.


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" 8 Thomas Menees, Springfield. Spotswood Hotel, No. 73.
" 9 J. D. C. Atkins, Paris. Corner Marshall and 3d streets.
" 10 J. V. Wright, Purdy. Exchange Hotel, No. 73.
" 11 D. M. Currin, Memphis. Arlington House, No. 6.
Missouri, 1 W. M. Cook, St Louis. Spotswood Hotel.
" 2 T. A. Harris, Hannibal. Mrs. Nicholas', Linden Row, Franklin st, bt 1st & 2d.
" 3 C. W. Bell, Brunswick. Do do do do
" 4 A. H. Conrow, Richmond. Do do do do
" 5 G. G. Vest Boonville. Exchange Hotel, No. 279.
" 6 L. W. Freeman, Bolivar. Mrs. Nicholas', Linden Row, Franklin st, do
" 7      
Kentucky[,] 1 W. B. Machen, Eddyville, Lyon county. Mrs. Claiborne's, Broad street.
" 2 J. W. Crockett, Henderson. Carlton House, 12th street.
" 3 H. E. Read, Elizabethtown. Spotswood Hotel.
" 4 George W. Ewing, Russellville. Powhatan Hotel.
" 5 J. S. Chrisman, Monticello. Mrs. James', bt Franklin st and 4th.
" 6 T. L. Burnett, Taylorsville.  
" 7 H. W. Bruce, Louisville. Mrs. S. E. Shelton's, Leigh st, bt 8th and 9th, north [side, three doors from 9th.
" 8 G. B. Hodge, Newport. Mrs. Wynne's, Grace st, bt 1st and Foushee.
" 9 E. M. Bruce, Maysville, Mason county. Spotswood Hotel.
" 10 J. W. Moore, Mount Sterling. Mrs. S. E. Shelton's, Leigh st, bt 8th and 9th, north side, three doors from 9th.
" 11 R. J. Breckenridge,    
" 12 J. M. Elliott, Prestonburg. Mrs. James', corner of Franklin and 3d streets.


Page 12

Standing Committees of the House of Representatives.

        Elections--Smith, North Carolina, Vest, Missouri, Staples, Virginia, Crockett, Kentucky, Gardenhire, Tennessee, Curry, Alabama, Clapp, Mississippi, Dorkins, Florida, Trippe, Georgia.

        Ways and Means--Kenner, Louisiana, Jones, Tennessee, Bonham, South Carolina, Garnett, Virginia, McRae, Mississippi, Lyon, Alabama, Machen, Kentucky, Holt, Georgia, Graham, Texas.

        Military Affairs--Miles, South Carolina, Collier, Virginia, Kenan, Georgia, Pugh, Alabama, Davis, Mississippi, Harris, Missouri, Swan, Tennessee, Bridgers, North Carolina, Batson, Arkansas.

        Foreign Affairs--Perkins, Louisiana, Foote, Tennessee, W. R. Smith, Alabama, De Jarnette, Virginia, Barksdale, Mississippi, McQueen, South Carolina, Breckinridge, Kentucky, Walter Preston, Virginia, McLean, North Carolina.

        Naval Affairs--Conrad, Louisiana, Boyce, South Carolina, Wright, Georgia, Clopton, Alabama, Currin, Tennessee, Smith, Virginia, Gaither, North Carolina, Dawkins, Florida, Chambliss, Virginia.

        Judiciary--Gartrell, Georgia, Russell, Virginia, Dargan, Alabama, Moore, Kentucky, Garland, Arkansas, Heiskell, Tennessee, Gray, Texas, Ashe, North Carolina, Holcombe, Virginia.

        Commerce--Curry, Alabama, Trippe, Georgia, Cook, Missouri, McDowell, North Carolina, Lyons, Virginia, Sexton, Texas, Villere,


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Louisiana, H. A. Bruce, Kentucky, Chambers, Mississippi.

        Post Offices and Post-Roads--Chilton, Alabama, Conrow, Missouri, Royston, Arkansas, Johnston, Virginia, Davidson, North Carolina, Clark, Georgia, Welsh, Mississippi, Hilton, Florida, Herbert, Texas.

        Territories and Public Lands--Wilcox, Texas, Marshall, Louisiana, Jenkins, Virginia, Freeman, Missouri, Foster, Alabama, Batson, Arkansas, Lewis, Georgia, Ewing, Kentucky, Menees, Tennessee.

        Indian Affairs--Singleton, Mississippi, Elliott, Kentucky, Hanly, Arkansas, Dupree, Louisiana, Goode, Virginia, Tibbs, Tennessee, Wright, Texas, Arrington, North Carolina, Rawls, Alabama.

        Patents--Bell, Missouri, Lander, North Carolina, Read, Kentucky, Chilton, Alabama, Staples, Virginia, Marshall, Louisiana, Hilton, Florida, Strickland, Georgia, Wright, Texas.

        Claims--W. Smith, Virginia, Clopton, Alabama, Burnett, Kentucky, Villere, Louisiana, Clapp, Mississippi, McLean, North Carolina, Munnerlyn, Georgia, Farrow, South Carolina, Gardenhire, Tennessee.

        Accounts--McQueen, South Carolina, Foster, Alabama, Kenan, North Carolina, Strickland, Georgia, Hanly, Arkansas.

        Rules and Officers of the House--Jones, Tennessee, Perkins, Louisiana, Boteler, Virginia, Lewis, Georgia, Smith, North Carolina.

        Pay and Mileage--Burnett, Kentucky, Singleton, Mississippi, Bridgers, North Carolina.

        Enrolled Bills--Elliott, Kentucky, Chambers, Mississippi, Tibbs, Tennessee.


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        Printing--Barksdale, Mississippi, Jenkins, Virginia, A. R. Wright, Georgia, Menees, Tennessee, Dupre, Louisiana.

        Public Buildings--Lyons, Virginia, Pugh, Alabama, Currin, Tennessee.

        Flag and Seal--Boteler, Virginia, W. R. Smith, Alabama, Gray, Texas.


Page 15

STATE OFFICERS.


Page 16

LIST OF HOSPITALS IN RICHMOND.


Page 17

CONFEDERATE STATES DIRECTORY


Page 20

STATE DIRECTORY.

CITY DIRECTORY.

Depots for the Deposit or Supplies for the Army from the different States.


Page 22

RAIL ROAD DEPOTS.

        

Locations of the different Hotels.


Page 23

MISCELLANEOUS

Discount Days of the following Banks.