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I.IIU MID DANIELS, U.liii.r und Mannser. j
tfu ITIM Main Street, Ricaaojra, VißnnriA
mil. .nl rawer fbr the Oaveminesit.
MONDAY KVE'O, AIHU'ST 7, Ts7K
WEALTH \<\» ITS PRODUCERS.
The distinguished ocuuouiist, Henry ('.
Carey, hM drawn a striking illustration of
the ilill'i'ii'iict. between (ho wealth which is
rlelineil as a mere accumulation of mate
rials, ami the wealth which gives a man
greater Control over tho resoarccs of na
ture. IT a man should in the course of a
year pi'iuluce n steam engine In lhe taricd |
processes IV.rin digging out the ore to form
ing the wheels, roils, valves, ami cylinder,
tlie addition of wealth to the country would
not lie merely the addition of so many tons
of iron and brass in the form of an engine.
It would he tho power or capacity of that
engine to produce niore than the man could
without it. ll', for example, he could build
crude, and so far ns mere figures are con
cerned inaccurate illustration, shows that
in the production of engines, telegraphs,
looms, furnaces, and machines of every
description, something more is gained than
the mere material which constitutes them.
In addition fA> the capacity of machine
to reproduce other articles, at a less costs
and in greater abundance, we mustconsidc,
the reactionary effert upon the maker of
the machine. The process of making a
machine is au education for him. lie can
make the second one belter or more quick
er than he can the first, the third better or
more quickly than he can the second; so
that, in increasing the capacity of material
machine-producers, he improves his own
mental capacity to produce machines.
This better knowledge and increased skill
are his capital ; an addition to his wealth.
His knowledge this year is worth more to
himself and to the world than it was last
year. • Hence the value of his labor is not
to be measured merely by the amount of
new material he has adtled to tliat which
already existed. We must estimate also
the greater power which the world has ac
quired over the resources of nature by the
means of the machines which are produced,
and the greater skill of the maker to pro
more ingenious and economical.
The free traders, in arguing that the
chief and righteous principle of political
economy is to buy where you can buy
cheapest, and that the protection of Ameri
can manufactures and diversity of Ameri
can industry are of small consequence, in
comparison, ignore two elements of wealth.
They allow nothing for the increased power
of developing the natural resources of this
country and for the increased mental capa
city of workingmen, by means of manufac
turing industries established ou our own
soil. To enforcing ami describing this ele
ment of political economy, Mr. C*arey has,
in the article referred to,devoted his wide and
varied knowledge, his facility of illustra
ting, and his facility of statement, 'ihe ar
ticle is philosophical, clear, intelligible, in
teresting, and we commend it to general at
tention. Consider his striking proofs that the
Knglish manufactures are to-day employ
ing their capita*, not to develop the re
sources of that country to the best advan
tage and give employment to thousands of
its paupers, but to break down the manu
facturing industries of other countries, in
the hopes that when they have secured a
monopoly, their vast profits will repay their
lo,sses,aud concentrate the manufacturing
capital in the hands of the few who may
survive the era of cheap goods. This sys
tem crushes out all the smaller manufactu
rers m Kngland, and builds up a few men
at the expanse of the rest.
be. well lo publish the scheme of revenue
from customs proposed by Hon. D. A.
Wells, special commissioner of revenue,
and found on page lao of his report for tlie
yearlßii;i. It is as follows:
Articles of food and drink W inn got
Textiles and wares as'tnai iioti
Fancy goods '..."!.'.."!"!] ''tiiai'uitu
Drugs, chemicals and oils.. l'lKn'ofM
Of the first item, duties on articles of
f rod and drink, Mi: Wells proposes lo oi
led, sixty millions of dollars liom tea,
coffee, .sugar, and molasses—ailicles which
aie more largely consumed by the laborer
than by the millionaire. Looking at Ibis
scheme, which has the approval of the en
tire free trade party, we wonder to find
them so easily pleased. Is this free trade?
■. , .. - | , ...
Exposition of the American- Po
molooical Society. -The coming ses
sion oi the American Pomological Society
1.. be held m conjunction with the Slate l'„
--oiie of the grandest affairs of the kind we
have yet witnessed. Marshall P. Wilder
president uf the National Association, is
••nergeucally rallying the fruit-raising inter
inl (hat not less than Uircehundred hor
ii. nltiiiists anilpoiiioeulluri.sl.s fiuui 13ost.ui j
Lis ul tb< naik.li. Visitors to the . ipoet-
Iniuui.; are ottered for excellence it, f r „ii
Mi • i niip.r, an old laity of Botetourt I
advanced a*re«f inn V( ,.,, .
Orrics Ossrral Theet ash Fan.hit Alt'.
Hi. us..si., Aug. 4, 1871, J
ItURSII.II Til RETS FOR r*m. I
Apply at the company's ofllce, corner of Hroad
and Eighth streets, or at Ticket olllce, corner of I
J B. GENTRY,
»" si ~ t ' Gon'l Ticket Agent.
111. HMOMr AMI lIA.VVILI.i; an,, P|*»*iH| R. R*. 1
OfKllE (iKKEKAL Til MIT AMI I'R r. Auk.vi,
Rlelljfi.Mi, Vs., July 19, 1871. )
T/XII HSIO> TICK arm TO THE SPKINi.K.
points can be purchased at the Ticket Office of
I thisi Company illi.limond) at the rates spe.ifl.sl,
ChristiaiisbiirK (Yellow Sulphur springs I. 12 uo
New River and Central Depot (New River
White Sulphur Springs) || no 1
Huguenot Springs 1 50. J
Amelia Springs ....".'... ; t so
Hickory Tavern, N. C, (Catawba Springs) 2(1 no
These Ti.-kets entitle the holder to return with- '
out additional .barge until the Pith of October.
JOHN K. MACMURDO,
General 'lii k*t and Freight Agent,
Engineer- and Superintendent, li. 4 11. X I!
ifci; rickets for Uonsaek's, Alleghany, Big Tun- I
ru-l. Christians-burg, and Central Depot arc also
on -ale it the Ticket Otlice of the Atl-iuiie iii 1
j -1 sippi aud Ohio Railroad, laa. Main street,
SEASON OPENED !i*Lr"rrrr
I a xstimki
GREAT REDUCTION IN FARE!!!
AND RETURN, S-'l.
I Sins Ie Tickets to Norfolk, *fi. Good until used
per Steamer "JOHN SYLVESTER.''
i adl't 'heu|resl route 10 Cobb's Island
1. 11. TATUM,
Gen'l Ag'i James River steamboat Co.
rniMi.Vi U -I* l ? fl . V S TEAMSIIIP and PACKET
' S elc « u ' t steamship GEORGE B
UP! ON, Captain Roberts, will leave her wharf
at. Rticketts on TUESDAY, August s. at .1 P M
Connecting wilh steamers for llaiilbrd Nor :
wich, Stoniugtoii, Fall River and Bosioii from
I same pier.
Freight received up to the hour of sailing.
Close connections and through bills of lading
places; also, lo Europe'and Australia.
Fare, to; meals and state-rooms extra
D.J. BURR, President,
1-11 Main street.
, Wahiiix.iti.x 4C, agenls. Pier 12, North rher
New Yulk - an ft-3t'
, TjH»R NEW YORK.
. 'J 'IiEOLD DOMINION STEAMSIfIProSu I
PANI S elegant side-wheel steamship WYA
NOhE, Capt. Bot'RXE, will sail on TUESDAY'
I I Augusi 8, at 111 o'clock A. M.
Freight received un til v o'clock A. M.
• j Through bills of lading signed, and goods for
, wardedl with dispatch to all points—north, south, I
1 east ami wot. Close connection* made with Cn
! Passenger iici'iimin.Klalious unsurpassed.
. Round Trip Tickets '.'.'.'. "0 Oil
I For freight or passage, apply to
JOHN W. WYATT, Agent,
au 7—lt No 3 Governor street.
i Mivri"'' I"*'"''1"*'"''" s '" " u> *>mata of WOOD TRIM
i ""v J''v"' '^ vt '-' corner Twenty-seventh Street.
' my e w^d4 t wHin e '' t! ""' ' !I "'' l, ' < ' Bt in marl "''-
I Call and examine my large stock of GRATE
- 1 !• ROM'S— tlie cheapest iv Lhe city.
1 ! ~,.!.:.'.?, , ilN ' } ' TINNING, GAS aud STEAn
I ..' \KI . T " Kul " a s l"'clalt,v at No. 52.1 Main nur
I """•' I f? >aa st , r . <> '' ts - W. J. ANDERSON,
, rpHE OYF.IM. AND SI Ol RIM; uVs|.
-L NESS heretofore conducted by A. Graham
' Will be con, iu,ted by A. GR All AM, Jr., at thiol,
, stand. No. fair Frauklin street, Richmond, Va.
. ; • —,
r 1 mik oldest:
AND THE BEST !! I
DYEWORKS IN AMERICA
Are the STATEN ISLAND WORKS, New York.
The Southern Office and Agency is at
PREMIUM CLEANING ESTABLISHMENT,
NO. MO Main slreet, bet. Seventh and Eiglilh,
je 1/s—dftwam Richmond, Va.
I I " ~— — .*. —.L 'J ..' : ;
! FASHIONS, &c.
( II VOli I.IKE TO BE
I •■- WELL DRESSED, USE
To cut your garments by.
We have patterns for EVERY ARTICLE OF
DRESS wurn by man, woman, or child.
The c patterns are already cut, cost only a lew
ceuts, anil we guarantee a fit iv all cases.
LATE STYLES JUST RECEIVED
I adrTNold only at. the oilice of the
HOWE SEWING MACHINE,
i U --'—d4wu ts*l Mais Street.
/ 1,01.1.E0F. I.NFIKMAKV,
[cor. MARSHALL AND COLLEGE STS
11. 11. TALIAFERRO, M. D , Medical Sup't.
Medical ami Surgical Stall', the Pruosisor* of the
Medical College of Virginia.
The building is situated iv a quiet, central part
of lhe city, and convenient of access lo all Ihe
business centres, depot-, 4c. it contains large
j and uell-yciililaled wards and oomfortably-fur-
I rushed private rooms.
All cases requiring medical or surgical aid ad
mitted except Uie insane and those laboring un
der contagion* disorders. Suitable accoinmoda
| lions and experienced nurses provided for women
In.'lulling board, medical attendance
and medicine. 1 large ward, per week,
invariably 111 advance. m
Private rooms till to
A small additional fee i. charged for surg.cal
; opeiations Liberal terms will be made with
i lions' juf'uleicara!of ,i' s """ lU " lls . <"»" 'Oipora
tnelils to be made monthly oruil arte* iV " _ I
~";;,»™.ry 1 :: orm " i,,n »«*«^-.«*..
i ■ ~ , I' D TALIAFERRO, M D
Jela—lawSm Medical supV
I ly* ''AT-EK iriiri be hud ul bit
TO HE CONVERTED INTO CASH.
SKELETON OASSIMERE SUIT,
SKELETON CHEVOIT SITTTS,
SKELETON FLANNEL SUITS,;
SKELETON WAUONAL COATS anil VESTS.
WHITE lIITCK SUITS,
F BROWN DUCK SUITS,
BROWN LINEN SUITS,
SILK WARP ALPACA SACKS,
OOTTON-WAKP ALPACA SACKS,
WHITE MARSEILLES VESTS,
an.l a complete assort inciu of
■"'"iz:i".z!" 8 '
MJW GOODS, anil at LOW PRICES."
1007 MAIN STREET,
:>.W. . -.
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
YEW DRUII STORE. ~ T>
No. aoo corner ol Second un<rilroa<l Streeis,
Keeps roiiMaatly on hand a full slock of Fresh
MEDICINES, PERFUMERIES, ke.,
I '.'iivlnlly compounded nt any hour of the night.
T WAIINEK I- tO., ~
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL lIRItOOISTO,
CirRSKs Sixth A.tir Broad Stkkkts,
Offer lo the public tl full line of DRUUS, MEDI
CINES, OILS, PAINTS, CLASS, FANCY
OOODS, 4c., of flrst quality nnd lowest murk, i I
, Orders promptly tilled and shipped.
WARRANT'S KELTZER AI'F.HIENT,
ORANULAR EFFERVESCENT SALTS OF
VICHY AND CITRATE MAGNESIA.
L. WAGNER k CO., Druggists,
flHIb FIRST AND BEBT~!~~
THE HOWE SEWING MACHINE
war: the Hrst Invented, and is universally ac
knowlidgnd to I*. the latest in Improvements,
| and the most reliable machine in the market
The HOWE is guaranteed lo do
ALL KINDS OF SEWING
iv the easiest possible manner. Call and see it in I
operation at the ofllce, Si! Main street;
jy IS—tf j. v. McKENNEY.
I rtlHlu IMPROVED
STNOER SEWING MACHINE.
THE BEST FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK.
j lis Sales Indicate it; Durability and Popularity
lis Work conlirms it.
i NO OTHER MACHINE SOLD SO MANY.
We neither force nor crowd sales. The Machine
innst stand upon Us own merits. Call and ex-
Sewlng Machines REPAIRED.
SHAFFER k STRONG
lull lo—.t.w.i- oig Main street.
We have contracted for a full supply of the
CELEBRATED KENNIIEC RIVER li 'E, I
and are receiving from the above river ICE
twenty inches in thickness, clear as crystal, and j
hard a* flint, superior to any ICE coining into
this market (not excepting the Boston Ice). We
are the unlv dealers irr this city receiving this
CELEBRATED ICE, so universally known tv
the PUREST and BEST iv the country.
We are prepared at all time's to furnish ICE ol
the above quality by the Cargo, Canal-Boat or
Car loud ; and we give special attention on all !
occasions lo the packing and shipping of the j
City cnstomi'rs furnished on the most rcasona- '
WATCHES AND JEWELRY.
i IHARLES SCHUMANN,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER,
No. 701 Broad, bet. Seventh and Eighth su |a, j
je 15 Hm Carefully repaired.
I ———■■ '■
I Oisr HVATi.sr, A.v.s Akk.ik, Jan. :Is, ls7o.
.National Hatch Company, Uhioayo, hi ■
ilr.vTs—lt gives me pleasure to state that the I
I pertiirmuii.eiif ihe movement manufactured In
you, aud marked "B. w. Raymond, No. 1»,ai1," j
which I have curried iv my pocket loru ii.rn,.l
ol nearly six months, surpasses in excellence i hit
of any of llie many line Watches which I have I
hitherto tested. It maintains its rate even 1..1
l.r than aline box Clirouoliieter, by Negus be
longing lo this observatory. I have intended I
wtien I shall have the leisure, to make a complete
lest of the isoshrouismof the balance sprue- and
I of the adjustment of the balance tor la.ise and
I temperature. So far a* I can judge by the per- 1
j t.iimanee of the Waich, these adjustments ap
pear to be nearly perfect. Permit me to congra
gensen, Fottfsman, and other celebraicd Euro
l»-au makers. Very truly yours,
-VII SOVLSEXTS SSTAUJUj liy ,|| K Ci.HPA.vr.
*©"Call on your Jeweler and ask to .. H e the i
Business Olllce and Salesroom National Watch
IM and 101 Lake Slreet, Chicago
1 MaidenLaiie New York.
■It Mill lIIS OF DOLLAR!* SAVF.IC:
BUY YOUR GRO( 'EIUES AT THE PEOPLE'S I
VIRGINIA TEA AND COFFEE COMPANY, !
Corner Main and Eighth *tTe»t».
Wo have a full stock of GROCERIES
We have TWO WAGONS to deliver goods.
GREEN TEA at etlc., 7.1 c, uoc., *1, iH.2.1, *1 Co
1 he finest Moyuue GUNPOWDER TEA al tl.su
BLACK TEA at 6uc., 81k-., *1.
llie finest Orange PEKOE TEA at *1.3>,.
JAPAN TEA at hoc., sue., *1.
UMA^rVi' U ?'''!'J'T~ Hl ' X X " I ' y j
ROAST ED COFFEE -splendid flavor.
VIKiiIMA TEA AND COFFEE COMPANY,
I 'orner Main ami Eighth streets,
je I.".—am J
UTKaJ'I'I.VI IMI'IIH uniy b. 1n.,1 ul tin.
Scott, .las. S (lillian'i, Win. T. Chrislia'n, Rub
urd Eppes. 11l Darrimr, Sidney Grams, Walton
rlydnur, F. C. Williams, il N. Seay, and J M
, Hurt. Mr. 8. Graves and Walton Sydnor were
the principal plowmen. Mr. W. Sidiior working
the Wall plow, and S. Grates t|„. Uixie- Is.ltiof
whom handled lln-n, with fun i.nlv skill and
Those entered were the Dixie two-horse right and
let! band plows, and the Wall two-lu>rso left
hand Soon after the trial commenced. the Imam
of the Dfxie.right-hand broke in two and w<is laid
aside, the contest being narrowed lo the Wat t left
hand and Dixie right-hand. The soil first selected
was a stubbie loam without soil; but as the plows
, were new. And did tint turn in consequence of the
rougliiie.-s ..l tho castings, alter a sin.it trial it
was decided 1., take litem iut.o.in.itlieilielil where
the soil was a well-trodden, tenacious clay, with
a timothy sod covered with vegetation atid wilh
straw. The p10w... here performed thelrwork ad
mirably, cutting and Inruiug without clinking.
As the Dixie was a new comer, as the contest
' waxed warm most nl the hirtges tonic bold of il
to test personally it* practical working. While
there is no intention to do Injustice to any, as
neither party had agent or representative pre
sent, and both plows did well, y u i the trial, with
the award of the judges, is deemed of sulllcleiil
Lmpcrtanos to the interest of agriculture lo ju. Il
ly its publication.
The award of ihe judges was Unanimously in
favor of the Dixie on the l'ollou ing grounds:
let. It. cut a deeper furrow.
2d. Il cut a wider furrow.
3d. T! more effectually Inverted lhe sod,
4ih. The draft seemed to he no creater.
nlh. The mechanical arrangement for altering'
cut wits deemed more simple and efficient
At the conclusion of the trial some of th*
judge* were so pleased as lo determine to order
them tor their own m-o.
.1. M. HURT, Secretary.
I certify that the above was sent to the Rich
mond "Whig" for piiblicnlion by myself] thai I
an, not acquainted witli Mr. Starke; Ihat lie bad
nev.-r seen the paper nnd knew nothing of its
content*, anil was in no « Ise a parly lo Urn trial
ot the plows alluded to.
January V, Isv'l. .1. M HURT.
We, the judges in the "Plow Trial,'' on lhe
' '.T. M. HURT,
V. T. CHRISTIAN,
J It WILLIAMS.
January 9,11,71. JAS. S. GILLIAM.
Tdo not believe in plow trials made by llie
manufacturers themselves, hill ini|ie thai every
fannerwill ut once nialie a lull I rial of the DIXIE
With ever} plow he can Had, and buy that which
does the best work. I have been not able lo supply
lhe demand, nor fill my orders for sometime, anil
must leave ileld-l rials where I hey rightly belong
X II STARKE.
ap IS—Wani No. 1110 Main Street.
SLOAT tt AHDINGTON, _/s*L.
Works and olllce: 1122, 11 •• 1. *r*™*™*lPf 1)
aud Nos. 11l nud 1.1 . Jfi 'L-sx"
south Fifteenth flffTflTteii
Richmond, Yho.i.m.i. Jt£3]*^S^
One second-hand 2.".-horse power STEAM EN
GINE, v.uli aSfr-horse iwwcr TUBULAR
I BOILER, in best order;
One ■-'ii-borse power PORTABLE ENGINF. and
BOILER, second-hand,as good as new:
One new 12-horee power PORTABLE ENGINE
01,1 lt"'li"". : i ' 1:l "' i :! '~~ , ""'~'' I'°wcr TUBULAR
One second-hand IS-horto power PORTABLE
One ALDEN FAN-BLOWER, good as new ;
Two POWER PUMPS, capacity tilrn gallons imr
burr-stones,) in complete order:
Two pair PLATFORM SI 'ALF.S. on wheels;
One POWER MORTISING- MACHINE
Two FORCE PUMPS;
Two large COPPER KETTLES:
All sizes SHAHTTNG, HANGERS PULLEYS
DEVIL and OOG WHEELS, nnd a variety
ol articles of all sorts of machinery—all of
which will be closed out at a low ligure on
Always on band a good assortment of STEAM
GAUGES, FEET VA LYES.GLOBE VALVES,
BRASS OOCK.S of all kiuds, GAUGE COCKS,
WATER 11AUGES, TALLOW COCKS, SELF
OILING CUPS, OIL-CANS of all kinds. All
goods warranted of be-t material and workman-
nat y- _ ,)y u>—lnul&w
TM A. DAVION,
I STEAM V,NGINE.-5nfi„>,„.„ v ,,i,,,„.,,.,„.,,„„ |
j tor all purposes, nl Kielinmnd or Norlhern blliUt I
if.0h...u1, Machine, Car and Carpenter Sboug
Phuiuuj Mills, Sa.sU, Blind, Door, Cabiuei-ware! '
Chair, Redstead, Wooden-ware, Agricultural' I
Machine, Handle, Spol.e. slave. Carriage Wood,
11 in ton and Woolen Factories, Cotton Gius
rainier:., |.'oundries. Rolling Mills, Tobacco In ' '
lories, Tanneries, Saw, I'louring, t lorn and l'",i„r j
Mills, Mines, kc, kc; Forged and Rolled Iron
Unproved Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers Beit
nit'. Lace Leather, Saws, Fijes, Wrenches 'i'wud
Drills, Steam Gauges, Saw Gauges, Saw iluin
iiiers, sieam au,l Water Pipe and Fixtures |'~ I; '
inc. Journal Metal, Pick and T0,.1 Handle, |vi I
c Water Wheels, 4c., kc.
„ s . ,V, N " "AND MACHINERY and STEAM
HOlLhltS bought, sold and exchanged A oiian '
lity of ihe same ou hand to l.c sold i„vv su, i, -~ j
I-ngines Boilrn , Mill stones and Gouring. U'.hsl
Working, Machinery, kc
Plans anil estimates i.f Machinery for Mills
ami Maurrl:,.-ton. ■ ..t all lunds ml, l-dftwly'
N" S EIUItTII Srill-KT, BKTWb'bX MA 1 X AXO
FKASKM.V, Rl.llMO.Mi, \.v
Wuli Unproved facilities and with a determina
ii.,n i,i please n, prices and style of work, we re
suectfulfy ask from the people ~| |;„ liuiund, Vir
ginia, ami lhe Snnlli ~,.„,.ra11y n fair ,j ' ' ,
tVrandjih.-, lialcouies, Iron Railings, Vault and
ellar Ikxirs, Gratings, Window Guards, Awu
ug Frames, t'orinthlan Column* ami Capitols
."'" :i ntal Window Caps, (iiiiaineni.il Brackets' '
or Balconies, sbeh ing, ie, Ventilators lor llrick
in.l Wood Cornice, lias and Water pit*' 11,-. j
ln.nl Keys ami Rod* for Gas and Water, Traps
or I iili.it. and Hydrants, Coal Shoots, I all
indsot iron WORK tor buildings generally
We also manufacture, together wilh the above.
lork PLOW-OASTINtiS, and would respect- I
idly solicit the patronage of merchants and I
inners. All work guaranteed, and orders filled I
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
11. MAPKY k 111..
I'OCK EXCHANGE ash MONEY BROKERS,
101 l Main Stbl-kt, Ri.imoM,, Va.
We tender our serines tv holders of Viivurra I
ate Bonds, to fund the same for them under
ie act of rKllh March, IS7I ; and will furni-h .mi
loiimiiu.il thereto, upon application, cither hi
rrsou or by letter. j
BONDS and STOCKS oiallkiUds Ihjuclil and I
Id on commission.
All business entrusted lo u-will receive nroniut
i.l l.est attention.
IM Kol.a SITF.SMT*
PRIMERS tTRNOBINO WAREHOUSE
Souih ul I'lUL'i.lephia, I* the establishment of
Rii nm.iti, Vs.
The Richmond Dlsjiateh says :
'' Ho itsi.xn TvfK Forsuav.—The new dress in
which the liispotch has appeared for some week*
was furnished by Messrs. H. L. I'Kl.orz* k Co ,
prniinetoras of Ihe Bichmuad Type Foundry.
w , have been rising their type for eight or ten
years, and have found them equal in durability
anil style of finish to the best foundries iv thi*
country and England, Their prices are uniform
wilh all the other foundries."
The Richmond Whig says :
"The Richmond Tvrs Focsdrt.—We have been
trinity of nn Inadvertence in failing to mention
Hull ;lre beautiful suit ~l l M „. in winch the ll'Ai'j;
now apiiears was manufactured for us at the
Richmond Type Foundry. This is the third out
-111 we have obtained from that establishment
one hefore and two since the war—aad we are
prepansl to bear emphatic testimony to the fldel
'<>' with which the proprietors (Messrs. H. L.
ivtouze k Co.) execute their contracts, to the
beauty and durability of their work, and to th*
fairness of their prices.
The Richmond Enquirer says :
The handsome typographical appeurance of
this |Ki|rcr has been noticed and complimented by
i he press all over thecountry. We take pleasure in
stating ihat our outfit was procured from the
Kichinond Ty]re Foundry, Messrs. H. L. Pelouse
k Uo,. proprietor*. j c ig—deodiwom
J.X.I. W. JS.VIIXS. j;, 0 , rel-HAS
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE-NO. 1 MARSHALL BUILDING,
Cos. TrtxTn A.xn Bask Street, Ricnnoso, Vs,
v ill practice in lhe Courts of the State aud tlie
nn..l stale, and before the Court of Claim* and
11.|. ailments at Washington. Special attention
given lo cases arising under the Revenue and
Bankruptcy laws of the United States.
Congress having recently passed a bill provid
ing for the appointment ..t a COMMISSION for
'ie- examination and adjustment of tho claim* of
LOiAL CITIZENS ol the South, lor store* or
supplies I alien or furnished during the rebellion
lor Hie use of the army, Including the use and
lo - ~| vessels and boat* while employed in the
military set vice of the United States, and there
being many claims of this description which
should have prompt attention, we re»pectfuuy
..tier our service vi the prosecution of the same
before tlie Commission, on the most liberal terms,
according to the to.mum involved and the char- I
a. I.i ..I the claim. For full particulars addraas I
JENKINS k POPHAM.
Attorneys at Law, Richmond, Va.
We refer by permission to .Tno. B. Davis, Pres
ident Planters' National Bank and Richmond
Hanking and Insurance Company, Richmond'
Davenport k Co., Stock lirokers and (leneral
Agenls, do ; Lancaster k Co., Bankers, do ; Hon.
li. K. Ellyson, ex-Mayor, do.; O. K. Iliiighaiu
President First National Bank, Lynchburg; Hon.
.1. F. Lewis U. S. Senator, Washington, D. O.i
Hon .Ins. H. Plait, do.; Hon. Charles 11. Porter
do.; Hon. W. H. H. stowell, do.
ap I—dAw tl
rp H. BROOKE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Practices in the Courts of Caroline, Essex, King
nd o_ueen, and the United State* Courts at
Richmond. Olllce at Milord Deiiot, Caroline
In all business requiring counsel, and in all I
Srs, Messrs. CHANDLER * |
mm.l, Va., will bo associated j
oint, or Milford Depot, ■ 'nro-
1Y COUNTY, VA ,
c reception of visitors ou the
*60 par month.
Los Klf p l r^p t r^;r ,
I, WEST VIRGINIA.
nous for their alterative wa
-1 .al roiiage, v. ill oe open on
They afTord accommodation
'00 feet above tide-water, and
they are situated Is always
IRA TING, affording entire
ig summer heat.
'ger's excellent band will be
ten the lawns and ball-room,
nicy balls during the seasou,
I will be kept at very mode
lay and *75 per month ol
thirty days; children under ten years of age and
colored servants, half price; white •crvnnts, ac
cording to accommodation*,
my 12-eod2m OEO. L. PEYTON k CO.
A/f oI.YrAVV-TOP HOTEL.
This desirable and beautiful summer resort
-i iun ted on the summit of the Blue Ridge Moun
tain on the line of the Chesapeake aud Obiorail
roan, one mile from Alton depot, Albemarle
county, commanding a full view of the surround
ing country, litis bran enlarged and thoroughly
refitted, aud will be open orr the Ist of JUNE
Board—Pet month, #10; per week, *12 • per
st, h' 1 '| 1 f d 's". U " d '' r Xi iearH ' Knd colored
i Th .» OTALYBEATB SPRINGS are equal to
■VJ/"EST KND HOTEL, LONG BRANCH, IV.
IT J., (toniierly stetson House.) Ju*t rellt-
Md;open .Inne loth; moilem in structure and
first-class in every respect. Will tie under the
management of James Sykes, of Willard's
Washington, and Peter Gardner, now of the
I' .' v . ' New York ' formerly of lhe New
\ ,<iK Hotel. Applications for rooms, kc, received
at tlie hold, or by Mr. Gardner, at Gilsev llou-e
N. V SYKES, GARDNER A CO., '
T. IV WILKINSON. ~^m~Zr7o\k\\~~
Vlril.klNS.ON ,v 111 1 .on ii.
ANII DHALKKS IN
All kinds of Green ami Dried Fruits, Vegetable*
Mutter, Cheese, Egg*, Live and Drer-s Ponltry'
•irul'l'l' . J"*** 1 ' t>hl " r ' Ueeswax, Honey, SeeA.
V.,,,.,,;,., '.. . ■
Special attention given lo the sale of Tobacco
Grain, Wool, Green and Dry Bides; also, Foreurii
and Domestic Fruits.
ST., RICHMOND, VA..
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