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SATURDAY EVENING, OCT. 14,1*71. j
APPOINTMENTS FOB SPIO.VKINO.
1;" ■■-i - Statu E-bcvtiti Chimi in:. j
RBPtrBLICAR PAItTY OF YlllitlMA, >
Richmond, October ,*ith, 1871. 5
Ho*. CHARLES 11. POItTKU, author of the
Homesteail Provision of the Constitution, wilj
address the people on the political issues of the
ilay, as follows:
Wursaw, Kichmotitl county, SATURDAY, Octo-
Ikt 14, at Vi M.
Old Court-House, Chesterfield county— Mon-
DAY', October 18.
. New Kent Court-House--.TUESDAY, October 17.
i'ottman's Store, Charles ("it v count\ —Tl[Uß_-
DAY, October li.
(looehland Court-House—SATl'HDAY', October
Powhiitan Court-House—SlONliAY, October 98.
Cumberland Court-House—WEDNESDAY, Oc-
Ilheim's Tavern—THURSDAY, October ...
Buckingham Uourt-Hoiiso—Fill DAY', I ictober 27
Appomattox Court-llouse— SATURDAY, Octo
i 'lover Hill, Chesterfield Bounty—MONDAY, Oc
Hanover Court-House—TUESDAY. October 81.
Denver Dam Depot, Hanover county—WE'.lN _$-
DAY, November 1.
Henrico Court-IIouse—THURSDAY, November
lVtersburir City—FHIDAY, Novcinbcr 8.
Near Manchester, I rliesieriielil oounty—SATUR
DAY, November 1.
Richmond City, City Sprint; Park—MONDAY,
These meetings will commence tit 12o'clock M.,
preci-ely, exoepl tiie on" near Manchester, which
will liepin at ltlo'clock A. lU.,:uul the one tit City
IspriuK Park al 1 o'clock P. X,
An ft rule, tiny p'titli'intm opposed to thepriu
♦ iples of tin' Republican party, Will be allowed
lone loreply.stty one hour—lur. purler reserving !
lis right to close tiie discu-.-ioti.
Ily order of the
REPUBLICAN STATE EX. l 1 i.M.'vll i'TEE.
GEORGE M. ARNOLD, Esq., of North Caro
lina, will address ll.e people of Virgleita as fol-
LmeuburgC. ll— SATUKDAY", the 1-ltlt, at 12 I
Keysville, Charlolle county—MONDAY, loth, at
Farmville, Prince Edward county—TUESDAY
evening, at 8 o'clock.
Buckingham C. II.—WEDNESDAY. Isili, t.t 13 j
I.vnchburg—MONDAY' evening, 2:! d, at. s o'clock |
Liberty, Hedfordcounty—TliESDAY, 24th, at IS
Local Committees will jirompily act upon re
ceipt of this notice, using every exr't-liou to make
By order of the Committee:
SAMUEL '''■ MADDUX.
KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE.
THK HUNDRED DOLLARS' YAI.IA-
That under the Funding Bill
not a dollar in money will ever
reach the State Treasury at pre
sent RATES, AS THE COUPONS ARE
made receivable for taxes, and
will all m iiouoht up hy the
County Treasurers at a discount,
We defy Treasurer Tige, or any other man.
to deny these propositions. Why i.s the
Jiichnond press silent on this epiestinitj
TIIE STATE AND THE FREE-SCHOOL*.
While tho Free-Schools arc on trial by
the people of Virginia, it seems to ns very
important that all elastics should clearry ap
prehend the interest which the State has in
their maintenance. Many intelligent and
influential persons even regard this institu
tion as an interloper and not a legitimate
pensioner upon the public bounty ; some
thing to be tolerated, rather than cherished ;
a privilege and a charity extended rather than
a right guaranteed. Something subordinate
and iinconsequcntial which may b.- post
poned to make way for other claims ami
This view of the matter is wholly false,
and dangerous to the best Interests of the
The right of every being born into the
world to the best education of which i_
faculties are callable, is as sacred as its
rightH to live. Society is bound to pro
tect the physical cxistenco of children.
By severe penalties, it guards against in
fanticide, that it may not be rdbbed ot
its natural increase, aud that the right of
every child to live may be protected.
But the child is not merely a physical
existence. Its bod)' is only of value as the
transient dwelling place of an immortal
mind. What food is to the body, eihtcati.r'.i
The State provides against starvation of
cliildren, intcrferring against the thriftless
ness or parsimony of the parent, to protect
the young life from extinction or enfeeble
incut. -Equally imperative is the obligation
to sec that the minds of its children are
not dwarfed, enfeebled, or corrupted by
imperfect cull ore; that, on the contrary,
they are furnished with the appropriate
food, to secure healthy ami symmetric
growth, into the noblest proportions of
manhood and womanhood. The State
cannot omit to do this, without justly in
curring censure for a failure to protect the
feeblest of its subjects in the enjoyment of
their just rights. The highest and mott
sacred otiligalimt imposed upon the Stati is
Us jurisdi'-lii.n. To neglect this duty, is a
crime of such magnitude as only Stati B
can commit,4ui;l which brings inevitably
such a punishment which only States can
But if the duty of the State to educati al
its children is clear and imperative, it is
easy to show, that it-, interest an parallel
I'educating his own children well, should
hject to being taxed to educate tin.
lis poorer neighbor.
The argument in favor of voluntary
dis Supported hy contributions, ot cf
irivate schonls supports*) by patrons seems.
ilausible at its Brat statement. Hut all
vporicucc proves that DO people have ever
u'comc generally and thoroughly educated
y any private OT voluntary system! Tit\
<!<tle urn::! ~lii.;il, ~, Ihe jienple will be ig
nfiuil. By virtue of its police power tlie
late hi given jurisdiction over the whole
übject of the prevention ami punishment j
f crime. As it is the duty of the State, so
t is clearly its interest that all subjects of
uv should be made sulliciently intelligent
p understand the hue. To rear children in
ignorance of their duty to society, and then
punish them as criminals is monstrous.
No fact is more folly established than the
favorable cll'ect of education in diminishing
crime. While there arc many cases of ed
ucated men becoming criminals, the vast
majority uf cases conic from that ferocious
and barbarious class who had no education.
The statistics of the Stato prisons and
criminal courts show that three-fourths of
the criminals are uneducated.
If we sluily ut all the causes that lead
to crime we can moro readily appreciate
the preventive value of education.
No one can doubt that a very prominent
cause ol crime is extreme poverty, and
rvcrty is the child of ignonhCC. Give
ticalion to a youth and his quickened
powers are never at a loss for expedients to
make a comfortable living. If hy unfortun
ate circumstances he remains poor, he sup
tlemcnts his limited physical enjoyments
)y intellectual pleasures, and so is content.
It i.s always true that an intelligent man or
woman will live upon far less than an
gnorant and undeveloped one. intelli
gence teaches line economies, which multi
ply all blessings, like the loaves and fisho
which Christ blessed for his disciples.
Thus education diminishes crime by less
ening the inducements to violate law, and
by tilling the mind with nobler aspirations,
crowds out temptation or gives strength to
Pauperism is a great public evil, and it is
as unnecessary as crime, The earth over*
Hows with abundance, [ts generous boson
wait! to nourish all ils children. Its capac
ity to Iced and eiothe and shelter hiimauily
it equal to any conceivable increase of its
population. VVe have just shown that ed
ucation cures indigence by unlocking to
man the treasure-house of nature and pre
iiMay not the Stale, (hat is chargahle with
the support of paupers and criminals,
also provide tha preventive, which all ex
perience has proved so much more eirective
lie State to exercise no reason or prov
-0 for the future. In extraordinary
;encics all civilized governments inter
o prevent the spread of contagion. If
tilence breaks out, the infected dia
ls put under the bar of non-inter
c. If a ship arrives from an infected
port, crew and cargo must undergo quar
antine. No sane man questions the legal
srilliciency of the State to do this or the
propriety of exercising these remarkable
f motions of civil government. This is a
part of the police power of the State which
justifies all measures to prevent evils against
which it must defend itself When they ap
As the State is taxed to arrest and pun
nish criminals, and to support paupers, it
has the right to use preventive agencies,
and it is bound in duty to educate its child
ren at the publio expense as the cheapest
mode of preventing pauperism and crime.
// is beyond all e/iieslion true, that.oiir.se/fiiils
might lie made M good and SO unicer.sid iv
fieir benefits, that no child should ever g>'j oil
from Ihem to commit a crime or become a
THE WWlWHnrl WHY.
Hut for them (the farpet-bagfCTß] the nejrroes
would not be ban.led against us.— Whig of the
All old colored man of this State, who
had followed his young master throughout
the war, and who, when the young soldier
was wounded, amid shot and shell rushed
into the very jaws of death, rescued the
wounded soldier and bore him to the em
brace of his devoted parents—waa naked
to vote for that young master, iv preference
to a 'Va: pet-bagger," who was a compara
tive stranger to tlie old man.
We listened to appeals, so eloquent, from
the young master and his friends, that they
drew tears from the old man's eyes. He
declared his devotion to the boy he had
nursed, and whom he loved as his own, and
at the same time was determined to vote for
On being pressed for a reason, he an-
Iswored: "Mass GeOTge is my friend, I
J know, but he says if he is electetl to the
convention, lie gwine to keep me from
voting ; de udder man say he gwine to let
me vote; and, gemuien, whether right or
wrong, I want to vote, and I gwine to go
for de man dat say 1 shall."
Will the writer of the article in the Whit/
of yesterday, if he be a Virginian, and sin
cere in tlie language quoted by us, read aud
remember the words of this old colored
man? If he will do so, and reflect for a
moment, he will be satistied that "carpet"
baggers" have had but little to do with the
colored people being "handed against us."
A few white men in this State, of whom
we were one, upon ascertaining, that the
power which had stricken the manacles of
slavery from the limb; of the black man,
had wisely determined to invest him wilh
tiie franchise, in order that he might really
enjoy his new condition ; accepted in good
faith that which we know to be irresistible;
while the gnat body of our people declared
that they Would never submit to negro
We, who thus acted, wero driven by ail
sorts of hellish influences, from Hie [daces
we once occupied, and to-day are branded
as "scalawags," because of our humanity
to our forme? slaves and a determination to
become loyal to the Union.
No " carpet-bagger," or any other class
of men havo ever been able to array the
. avaiii-1 us, nor arc they respon
-ii'ir- for being " banded " against you.
and cruel war, by declaring you would lix
the maximum price of wages to be paid to
Kty declaring you would not give cm
nt to them unless they came with
lion from their former employer to
lim; by declaring they should not
vote ; by opposing free schools ; by deny
ing them ciiual, civil and political rights ;
and in short, by bitterly arraying your
selves against every attempt to elevate them
and improve their condition. Many of
these things you do now. You deny them
the jury box ; you never let them rote, if
it is possible, by raising technical objec
tions to prevent it; your courts con
demn them to the lash ; you
fill the penitentiaries of the South with the
poor and ignorant of them ; you brutally
and COWU—ly murder and outiagc tho in
nocent and helpless of them hy your Ku-
Klux organization; you drive them from
your railroads ami steamboats, or conlini
them, like animals, to inferior accommoda
tions ; you employ desperate men to intim
idate them during elections ; while in con
trast with your conduct we, tho Republi
cans of the South, cheerfully unite in any
effort to elevate and enlighten Ihem. Am
yet you ask these same people to vote will
your party. As well had you sing psalms
to a dead-horse as to ask these people to
sympathise with you. AYe believe the pa
tience of the colored man has beci
worn out by your combined assault
upon him, and that you have driven him so
far away from you, as, that for generation.
to come he will not consent lo return to
you. Rut, should we be mistaken, yoi
can never succeed in winning any considera
blc portion of them hy abuse of " carpet
baggers" and " scalawags ;" but you KAI
DO SO by an honest acceptance of the pro
visions of the Constitution made for their
benefit, and an honest administration of the
State government under its present Consti"
tution. Tear down and burn your danina
ble whipping posts made red by the drip
Ii( 3'our victims—open your pul i
tees to them—put the Free Sehoo
till and active operation and, ii
'0 yourselves .friends as yo
i;,and not enemies AS YOU Aili
ng tending to the advanccmen
. So jealous of his rights, s
,o colored man of ad encroach
them, aa that we, often iucu
asure by even scenting antago
,c most unimportant of them
\S YOCK PAHTY EVER DON
'olohkd you al
your Judges—Cox,. Wharton
Are you in favor of one sin
riion of law looking to their ad
i* and arc you not rather Hxei
lion that they are incapable o
chile you arc even opposed t
txporirncnt to deny your theory
t shall have done some of thes
may hope, to win votes for you
, until you do, tho devil (whoi
nay sooner expect them to vo'
mi for the Conservative party o
9 made ".icalawags" of some o
ople of the South, because the
j enemies of the peoplo wh
m so faithfully for years, and I
are so indebted for the care am
n of their families during tl
cc are glad to know this san
' family is so increasing
md respectability as that wit
'carpet-baggers" and the colorei
he South, they arc enabled 1
iccssfully, and counteract you
oppressing the black man, whoi
termincd shall have a fair chanc
2 of human progress, in spite i
■Klux of the land.
PRINTED AT THE
ATE JOURNAL, OFFICE,
wing reasonable rates :
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jnal 1 ,tioii 2 00
1 must accompany all orders,
names to lie inserted PERFEOTI.Y
order that no error* nitty ocenr,
PINE CI.OTIIINIi I'll!,'
truer ol'Main anil Fourteenth Sis.
xperience of 20 years in the business
. facilities for miMiiifiietiirinf,'in NY.'.
pared satisfaction to (lie trade
n quality and price, at
XILESALE AND RETAIL,
tention is culled to the laixc and su
of < ientienicn's and Youths'
, comprising everything thai is new
i to tlie above superiorsloek my sam-
I the immense piece good stock uf
LIN St CO., OF NEW YOKE,
I am now prepared lo lake orders.—
iii'ins iitlirrd special facilities for ma
king them up in style and workmanship that can
not be surpassed by any house in this country.
a complete stock of
IiKNTI.KMK.VS Fl'liN'lSlUNli noons,
r r,ui|,i t in;: alt the novelties of the season,
An .'t.uiimrilii.u of lily stock of thifl season's j
i, .null;,, iiir.r ia respectfully suliciicd.
JOHN S. DEVLIN,
1007 Main Street, opposite the Posi-oifi,,..
T WADUY DAVIS, of Ashland Towuahir, ]
tt • resp.'ctliill.v aiiiu.iuiri:, him-.elf a C'ANlli;
DATE lo represent Hanover ootuity in tlm next I
llo.i-r' of Delegates at the approaching election j
in November, oc !)— -
T.IIIII SALE—A Vailed Mai, . t.arris.iu Unit,
J? 10 by 40 feet, ill good order, cheap for ca- Ir — I
I >>l It UH lil IVM RANCEI I>SI It.vS'CK!
PETERSBURG SAVINGS AND INS! RANCK
of ri:iEu tirtei, viaoiHiA.
D'ARCY I'AUI Piesidcnt.
SAM I. li. PAUL Secretary.
ASSETS OVER £400.000
FIREMEN'S FUND INSURANCE CI I.MPANY
OP BAN FHANCiaCrr, Q_6,
i Vi I'it.il tnMh 9*09,000
surplus (coid) mym
Total assets feold) »T9ft,B*>
FORTY THOUBAND DOLLARS la Virginia
Registered ami United stater. Bonds deposited
wltp the Treasurer of Virginia for Boourity o
\ 11, illirl policy It.,l.'l'l'S.
.v, ,c fork Board vf Refer, „><- David flows, 11 co.
Opilykc, A. A. Low, 11. D. Claftin, W. T. Cole
mtin, John Winslow, Jtiiins I.r <-.
FIRE AND MARINE RISKS TAKEN AT TH
LOWEST CURRENT KATES.
The undersigned, representatives of the ;il,o\
first-lass liberal nnd prompt payingcompanlt
respectfully solicit the patrimajje. of those de
THOS. M. ALYBTEND & SON,
Lib', Fire and Murine Insurance Afrcnts,
t,e KS—il,mviw:',m Ollice No. 'Mi Main si.
B.IMPIKE MUTUAL LIFE ISSrtli.l M
NO. liH) MioADWAY, NEW YORK.
G. HILTON SCRIHNER, President.
Sidney \v. (ißOEirr, Secretory.
This company is purely mutual. All pOlid
Incontestttble for usual causes. No restriction
tilHin trttvel or residence.
POLICIES AHSOLUTELY NON-FORFEITA
All policies tibsoliifely incontestable after t\
Grxxl, reliable, and elileient jVGENTS a
\v:'.r:ted for every section ol" tlio State. A pro!
able position is open to all thos* who can furnis
sftlisfaclory references and are willing to work.
Apply at tho branch ollice of the Company,
j NO. ot3 MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, V
C. A. LOWHER, Manager.
Medical Examiner, Dr. A. S. McRA E.
mifis HMiItEST ,'' EVE
AWARDED TO ANY SEWING MACHINE—
The I'ross of the I.cuiou oV lienor and :iCo
THE HOWE SEWINi 1 MACHINE
at the Paris Exposition of Im;7, and now in pos
session of the
HOWE MACHINE COM PA NY.
( 'all .".ml see this colebralod Machine In opera
tion at Ihe ollice, 888 Main sti t.
wo—dkwts J. F. McKENNEY.
SINGER .SEWING MACHINE.
I THE BEST FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK.
Its Sales Indicate it; liurairility anil Popularity
Ita Work confirms it.
1*7,833 SOLD LAST YEAR.
NO OTHER MACHINE SOLD SO MANY.
We neither force nor crowd sales. The Machine
must stand u>j>on its own merits. Call aud ex
Sewing Machines REPAIRED.
mh I(l—tl&wts 913 Main Btreet.
JXO. W. JENKINS. JSO. 11. POPHAM
JENKINS & PO-'IIAM,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
| offio__~_nO. 1 MAI.SIIAI.X_ Umj.DING,
Cor. Tenth axb Ra.vk Sihhet, Uicjiuokd, A"a,
Will practice in the Courts of the State and ttM
United State, and before the Court ol <'iainis and
Departments at Washington, Special attention
given io eases arising under tbe Revenue and
Hanl-ruptcy laws of tbe United Statea.
Congress having recently passed a hill pi-ovid-
I lug for the appointment of a COMMISSION fur
; the examination nnd adjustment nf the claims ot
I-UYAL. CITIZENS of the South, for store, qr
i supplies token or furnished during the rebellion
for the use of the army, including the nB6 and
loss oi* vessels and boats While employed in lh«
j military Berries ol lite United States, and there
being many claims of this description which
| should have prompt attention, we respectfully
j oiter our service iv the prosecution of the same
before the Oon_m_ssi<_n, on tlie most liberal terms,
■ OOOOnUne to the amount involved and the char-
I acter of the claim. Wrfuil particulars address
Attorneys at Law, Kiehniond, A a.
We re few by permis-sion lo Jno. I!. Ravis, Pres
| ident Planters' i\atioaal Hank and Richmond
Bonking and Insurance Company, Richmond;
Davenport & Co., stock Brpkers and General
Aleuts, do.; Lancaster & 00., Rankers, do.; Hon.
i 11. K. Kllyson, ex-Mayor, do.; C. K. Bingham,
President First National Bank, Lynchburg: Hon.
J. F. Lewis, l r . S. Senator, Washington, I>. C;
Hon. .las. 11. Piatt, do.; Hon. Charles R. porter
do.; Hon. W. H. 11. Stowell, do.
ap I—d&w ti
I m 11. IHIOOKE
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Practip-S in Ihe Courts Of Caroline, Essex, King
and t.lieen, and the United States Courts at
Richmond. Office at Milord Repot, Caroline
In alt business requiring counsel, and in all
professional business, Messrs. o__j_Nl>LEß &
MORTON, of Richmond, Va., will be associated
A.ldros < !cnt_urPoint, or Milford Depot,-Caro
line county, Virginia, ja 9—tf
'It II X HOLD ton A a i;:
a new wi:i;ki.v joi kx.w. roitrd kv
DeVOted to Free Discussion of all Livin;; Qur..
lions In Chuivh, State, Society, Eilora
ture, Art and Moral Reform.
j Published livery Wednesday in New York*
Price $:J a year—cash iv advamo.
j Mli. TILTON, having relired from The Jwl
pt ,iti r /itu,hl The Brooklyn Daily Union, will here
after devote his -whole editorial labors to THE
Persons wishing to subscribe will please srud
their names, with the money, immediately, to
P. O. Hox 2,8-18 New York cily.
"THE REST IS THE CHEAPEST."
hi i r>—ts
COAL AND WOOD.
/■ fOAI, AM) WOOD.
Coiiyfantly on hand
TIIE REST OAK AND PINE WOOD,
I.ONO, SAWED AND KINDEINO Wool!
HITUMINOTS COAI. AND OOKE,
rir very lowest prices, nt YAUD, corner of Main
inn! Seventh Streets,
\I7 ASIIWOMEVS II 1. A DC; PAItTEKS!
?V ■'■ i'
wash-Tuns, wash -iioaiids,
t'I.nTHES LINES, CLOTHES PINS, WASH
-INO SODA and SOAP.
The most complete slock of PHOVISfONS iv
REAL ESTATE AGENCY, AUCTIONEERING, *ft
E. B. NE W B U RN,
No. 1011 Main Street,
SPECIAL ATTENTION (IIVKN to
AUCTION SALES FOU ASSIGNEES, COMMISSIONERS, 40.
8J8J*MONEY LOANED Ul'ON CITY REAL ESTATE _#*
Putin haTini ftuid. in loan npoa ctt.v Real Estate (pay lug them TWELVE l'Ei; CENT. PER ANNUMJ would find it to their interest to give
nle a call.
GUANO CLOMNQ OCT IALK OF
LOTS IN UOLLAKAY S ADDITION TO THE CITY OT 1!I( IIMOND, TO HE SOLI) AT AUCTION OX WEDNESDAY, THE KIUST DA\
OF NOVEMBER, 1S71, AT l'OUR O'CLOCK P. M.
TERMS—Twenty Dollars cash ; bnlnnrc at 3, 6, <J nnd U months' time.
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/ ' M"
I / I IJ 8 4 fi 8 7 8 0 HI IHiKl ! I 8 4 « * 7 8 9 10 12 8 4 8 « 7 8 8 10 I ' ' l-l
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C S>" CLAY „,,. STREET.
1 Ll ,/L </V ' K/ '0.~ ' ' ":2 8 ' •! S'lfl 7 B 9 KM «-ll( IS14.18 16 M
tifiv cm? amraiA
/fly tjrt, rf7/.
£> iW 7ttS TURNER, Surveyors.
SALE. LOTS SO WELL SITUATED IN A KAPIPLY IMPKOVINCt PAKT OF THE CITY ANI) IN A GOOD ,*\'. u :l H'.« l&HOODi Ac,
"CI A. DAYTON,
,- ■' .1 r.N I , > A..,
j STEAM ENGINES of improved construction,
for all purposes, of Richmond or Northern build.
Railroad, Maeliine, Car and Carpenter Shops,
, Planing Mills, Sash, llliud, Door, Cabinet-ware,
j Chair, Bedstead, Wooden-ware, Agricultural,
I Machine, Handle, Spoke, Slave, Carriapi Wood,
I'.rli.m and Woolen Factories, Cotton (.ins,
Fanners, Foundries, Rolling Mills, Tobacco Fac
tories, Tanneries, Saw, Flouring;, Corn and Paper
Mills, Mines, Ac, &c; Forced and Rolled Iron.
Improved Shafting, Pollers and Hangers, Belt
ing. Lace Leather, Saws, Files, Wrenches, Twist
I Drills. Steam Gauges, Saw Gauges, Saw Oum
mers, Steam and Water Pipe and Fixtures, Pack
ing, Journal Metal, pick aud Tool Handles, Tur
bine Water-Wheels, _c, &c.
SECOND HAND MACHINERY and STEAM
BOILERS bonght, sold and exchanged. A quan
tity of tile same on baud to be sold low, such aa
Engines Hollers, Mill Stones and Gearings, Wood
j Working, Machinery, kc.
Plans and estimates of Machinery for Hills
and Manufactories of all kinds. mh I—dAwly
wm. b. cook. jobs vit.xs.
luhth Street, . between Main anb
uoved facilities and with a determina
te in prices and 6tyle of work, we re
tsk from ths people of Richmond, Yir
tho Suuth generally a fair share of
, Balconies, Iron Railings, Ynult and
rs, Gratings, Window Guards, Awn
s, Corinthian Columns and Capitols,
1 Window Cttlis, Ornamental Brackets
its, Shelving, &c, Ventilators for lirick
Cornice, (las and Water Pipe, lly
and Rods for Gas and Water, Traits
I and Hydrants, Coal Shoots, and all
ON WORK lor buildings generally.
irniHifrK'tiiri', together with the above,
W-CASTINGS, and would rrapect
t the patronage of merchants and
111 work guaranteed, and orders filled
cli. no 16—6 m
v Street, *___r^Srli'
is. 13 and 15 ■_&_____?
Ir wnlfßOi- j *
.'c go ill the country to do all sorts
line ; also make the best TOHAI tt
ho world, and keep them on hand,
HACCO SCREWS or all kinds, t
Hands and Billets, and all articl
MUFAOTURE OF TOBACCO.
in hand ami for sale all states of ne
tilers, Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Pow
Platform Scales, Shafting, Hang
s, Pulleys, Gear and Bevel
a general assortment of all USEFU
3L£_ in our line, together witli
PATENT STEAM-ENGINE dm
UTICA COS STEAM GAUGES,
it cut Engine Packing, Pelt Valve
'alves, Tallow Cooks, Self-OUlug
s for botli engines and Shaft
t, Flue Cleaners, Oil Cans,
Water Gauges, Sic.,
r we s.'ll at REASONABLE PRICES
B receive ou consiguiueut all kinds i
UY, both new and second-hand. < lon
SLOAT & ADDINGTON
MO tree ted tor a full supply of tlie
PER KENNREC KIVER IC__,
eivinp from the above river IC'
M in thickness, clear as crystal, anc
t, superior to any ICE coming int
(not excepting the Boston lee). We
,' dealers in this city receiving tliis
iKR LOE, s<» universally known as
V and REST in ihe couniry.
'pared at all times to furnish ICE oi
uallty by the Cargo, Canal-Rout or
nd we give special attention on all
the packing aud -hipping of the
mers furnished on the most re&tona
McQOWAN & RAMPKIN,
v. 1611 Cary street, Richmond, Va.
Hits--,ii any quantity- for sale l t
•hr RB. K. In U A N I E I. S'
I ALL PHYSICIANS
RKCUMMKVH IT !
Patented A tig. 2?, 'o'-
STOCKING SUSPENDER AND PROTECTOR
COMBINER, FOP. LADIES,
AND SUSPENDER FOB CHILDREN.
Fastened and Adjusted with Ruck le::. thi;s doing
inviiy wiih nil l.iguturcs, Battens nnd
Jintton-Holes, HooLm and Pins.
Is the only article thus combined, fastened and
adjusted, fortius pm*]>ose iv ihe market. AU im
itations are infringements im the patent granted
August 25th, IS.iS, and will be *so treated by Mrs
This (irtiele nettle no r> fomnu tuitttimi, for it re m
amimends itself to ctu-.ry Italy who teoi ii, he my tin
most simple, eosi'y aefyutted, and ;>■ if atjbr ita use
ever intt o'ittcf it into the motktt.
All physicians retonuuiml its ate, and one
1 whose name la known aad mepeeted on both sides
of the ocean, buys and giyp* away largo numbers
I of them to bis patients, declaring, that moul var-
I Icose veins, weak and crippled limbs can be (faced
I directly to thestopping ox the circulation in the
I lower limbs, (and consequently in the whole sys-
I tern,) canted by the old ligature or garter.
Being made entirely of elastic it never strings
or wrinkles like cloth, but. is as Hat and smooth
after wearing for mouths as when first used, and
yields with overy motion, thus giving entire ease
to the wearer.
THE PROTECTOR ALONE IS "WORTH THE
PRICE OF THE WHOLE ARTICLE.
It is unnecessary to remove the stockings from
the susxwmder except to change, and it is really
less trouble than the old fashioned elastic. It
keeps the stocking perfectly smooth without tear
ing it, and does not injure the limb. Cure should
be taken that the whole article is large enough
not 10 feel uncomfortable.
AU ordore er inquiries should he addressed to
j 48 Clarendon street, Boston, Mass.
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ut tne oUi estaf lisbetl agency,
Mo, 8a 3 tt aI ii Street,
omen OF THE
HOWE SEWINC, MACIIIKE. ,
rplli: _tOV.IT VEHNON NURSERIES!!
ON THE ORIGINAL
Be. kits :. rt.rir.l supply of
! PEAOHES, PEABS, CHERRIES,
(lIiAPE VIM'S, BLACKBEERIES,
j RASPBERRIiES, BTB YWBF.r.UIES,
Hedge Plants, DectdOO—i Ornamental Trees,
VYr eping or Drooping Trees,
Evergreens, Shrubs, Bootej &c, &c.
RHUBARB, ASPARAGUS ROOTS, in.d
CURRANTS constantly on liaml nnd Ibr tale In
small or large quantities.
oc 12—wSm Aceotink, Va.
J?RANKI,IN DAVIS. SAM'f, r. Kt'.N r.
brook turnpike, 11* miles fbom city.
FRANKLIN DAVIS £ CO Proprietor!
Two Hundred Acre in Ainsi-ri. ..
100)000 PLUM, CHERRY, NECTARINE,
APBIOOT, and QUINCE TREES. ~
l,rw,uot) GRAPE VINES.OUBBANT, GOOSE
flO.OOf) ASPARAGUS nnd RHUBARB.
l.iirii'.iri' OSAGE CHANGE, for hedging.
'i'iii-r stock in remarkably, thrifty nnd wcl
gi-own ; tlie selection of varieties has been 111
Willi great care, and comprises those best ada
eil to this latitude Aw general cultivation, also
rieties suited to particular localities, and fore
.rrll ptn|n ses.
Correspondence desired with Iho.-e who 1
template pluming orchards, and to those w
wish to plant largely, gr.at inducements wil
offered. Al! pi'i'.-oiis interested in Fruit. Cull
are respectfully invited fo visit tlie Nurseries
Descriptive catalogues furnished on appl
tion. se 21—d,sw_v\:*i
MUNSON HILL NUESEEIa'S,
I'.tl.lS CHFRCIt, FilllirAX e.rI'KTT, VlHntMJl.
UFA' A' oA" It 11. 1. .V ;; BSE U 1 1
A large stock of first-etass
I RHiT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES
STANDARD PEAH, MO per 100; «)c r. eoi I.
DWARF I'L'Al,', fcj per JO0; 33 cents each.
Send for catalogue, and address
Falls Ohilreb, Fairfax counly, Va.
AND ORNAMENTAL THB--.
I HERMITAGE NURSERIES,
j RtCHMOXD, V/t,
Tlie Virginia Nursery and Wine < omiiaii).
Proprietors of these wiili'lv-known IVurterlr
have removed iheir ollioc to Columbian Block.
(Corn Exchange) Room No. 2, second floor, cor
ner Tliirli't'iilli anil Cai v slreete.
Tbe stock for the Fall trade is unusually line,
large and weir-grown, embracing a full assort-
UHERRY and other FBUIT 'THEES/os well as'
(ins, together with
F'.r . rual.'Kiu's ttud inibrmation,calf at oflitreor
1 leneral Agents, r,'o. ti Columbian Block,
d.swfcwSm Richmond, \'s
Board and Tuition per annum $226.
HELMUTH LADIF.S' COLLEGE,
and Tniii.rn per annum, *226.
Dean nf Huron.
*£TFor particulars, apply to Major Evans,
London, Canada "West. se 10-—d&wly
1r» h Iti s h Ti, A 1 mi.
We will attend I,rail CLAIMS UF BRITISH
M B.lECTSiiguihst th.. go-,eminent of the Uni
ted States, payable in- tin' terms ol tho late trea
t.v between tire United States and Great Britain,
These clttims are tor lw_ commuted againsl
tiie person and property oi subjectsof Great Bri
tain during tin- period oi lilt' bile war, and by the