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WEDNESDAY E'VENTII. OCT.Ts.IB7I.
APPOINTMENTS FOR SPEAKING.
Hon. CHARLES 11. PORTER, author ofthe
Homestead Provision ofthe Constitution, wil
address the people on the political issues of th.
day, as follows:
t'oitman's Store, Charles City county—THURS
DAY, October 10.
Ooochland Court-IIouse—SATURDAY", October
Powhatan Comrt-lIouse—MONDAY, October 23.
Cumberland Court-lIouse—WEDNESDAY, Oc
Rhoim's Tavern—THURSDAY, October.',.
Buckingham Court-Hone*—Fßll > A V, (Ictober XI
Appomatto .v. Court-House —SATURDAY', OctO
Clover HUI, Chesterfield county—CM ON DAY, Oc
Hanover t'ouri-lIouse—TUESDAY", October tl.
Beaver Dam Depot, Hanover county—WEDNIS
DAY, November 1.
Henrico Coiirt-House—THURSDAY, Novem' ■• r
Petersburg City—FRIDAY, November :!.
Near Manchester, Chesterfield county—SATUR
DAY, November 4.
Richmond City, City Spring Park—MONDAY,
These meetings will commence at 12 o'clock M.,
precisely, except the one near Manchester, which
will begin at llio'clock A. M.,aud Ihe one at City
Spring Park at 1 o'clock P. —C.
As a rule, any gentleman opixjscd to ihe prin
ciples of the Republican party, will be allowed
lime toreply, say one hour—Mr. Porter re-erviiig
his right to close the discussion.
GEORGE M. ARNOLD, Esq., of North Caro
lina, will address tho peoplo of Virginia as iol-
Lvnchburg—MONDAY evening, 33d, al lo
Liberty, Bedford county—TUESDAY, tuili, at It
Local Committees vill.prompily act upon re
seipt of this notice, using every exertion to tria!-."
these meetings successful.
Boa. JAMES 11. PLATT, Jk., will add! r
people of Southside Virginia as follows :
Monnt Zion, near Smithileld, Isle of Wig—l coun
ty—SATURDAY', Oct. 21st.
.Nulfolk, Nanseiuond county—MONDAY, Oct. 23d.
urry C. ll.— TUESDAY", Oct. i!4ih.
rincess Anne O. II.—WEDNESDAY, 1 let 26th.
orfolk Comity—THURSDAY", Oct. Mth.
vor, Southampton county—FRIDAY", Oct. 27th.
faverley, Sussex county—SATURDAY", Oct. 2s.
rinec George C. II.—MONDAY, Oct. loth,
licksl'ord, Greensville county—SATURDAY",
linwiddie U. H.—MONDAY", Nov. Cth.
•etersburg—MONDAY, Nov. lilli.
MR. PLATT will conform to the arrangements
made by ihe Republicans of the respective cooti
es in relation to ihc.-re meet_igs.as raffßod
f assembling and any division of Unit, il may be
4 eemed desirable to liiaiie with opponents.
County Committees are requested to glvotlie
most extended notice iiossibic before the dayof
COL. EDWARD DANIELS wiil address Ihe
Itizrrns of the First Senatorial District, as fol-
I.N FAIRFAX coI'.VTV.
At Clifton—FßlDAY, Oct. 2(iih, at 7 P. tt.
IS PRIXCK WILLIAM COC.VTV.
At Haymarket—SATUßDAY', Oct. 21, at 11 A. M.
At Manassas—SATURDAY, Oct. 21, at 4 P. M.
At Nokesville—MONDAY, Oct. 23, at 1 P. M.
At Mrentsville—MONDAY, 0ct,28, at 71. hi.
At the residence of A. F. Dunn, in t :oUr's Town
ship—TUESDAY, Oct. 24, al 1 P. M.;
At Dumfries—TUESDAY", Oct. 21. ur, 7 P. —C.
At Occoqiian—WEDNESDAY", Oct. 2ft, at 1 and
7 P. Al.
Gentlemen of the Democratic party are invi
ed to join in the .ditcussion of the issues of the
KEEP IT BEFOKE THE PEOPLE,
THAT UNDER THE FUNDING BILL
THE TAXES OF THE STATE WILL BE
NOT LESS THAN ONE DOLLAIt UPON
THE HUNDRED DOLLARS' VALUA
TION, OR DOUBLE WHAT THEY
That under the Funding Bill
not a dollar in money will ever
reach the state treasury" at l're
bbnt rates, as the coupons are
made receivable for taxes, and
will all be bought up hy the
County Treasurers at a discount,
and turned over to til v, state in
lieu ok money ! !
Wetlefg Treasurer Eye, or any oth t
to deny tlicse propositions, Wiry
Richmond press silent on this question .'
(iUESTIO.V* FOR THE PEOPLE.
We notice the immense array of Demo
cratic speakers advertised soon to enter
upon the present canvass. Some of them
are distinguished men, and not a few of
them have obtained a bad eminence as the
leaders of secession. These gentleman
were able'oncc to take the State into rebel
ion, notwithstanding the existence of a
popular union majority of sixty thousand ;
and it is possible that they may again suc
ceed in their bad undertaking, for unfortu
nate, bloody, and costly as was their lirst
enterprise, they are still not without
;>ower to do infinite injury.
They propose to visit every court-house
on every court day, as well as cross-roads
and by-places. Their work will tloubtless
bo well done, for their number, ability and
zeal make them fully competent for it;
while to meet them every where with eoni
letent Republican speakers is impossible ;
jut they should, however, bo confronted
at every meeting by plain men of both
races, men who aro earnest, who feel in
.heir own persons, families und estates the
ntolerable- hardship? under which the
masses of the people are now sullering.—
Such men, if they are not eloquent or
practiced debaters, have coilrtige, und can
stand up and ask questions.
No man who attempts to address tiie
jcoplc as a political orator or canvasser,
dare refuse to answer a proper question re
spectfully asked. To ask such questions,
at a proper time, is the undoubted right of
every man who patiently listens to the
speaker; and that right, properly but firmly
exercised, will generally obviato the neces
sity oLany reply, and will not (infrequently
turn tlie best efforts of the ablest Demo
cratic orators into the most powerful at d
effective Republic*- sermons. Wo urge
ifasea to permit your questions to be
rind, or to answer them when asked, it
vill be a good reason for not remaining to
ear what must be a one-siihid, partisan,
nd partial discourse.
Some of the following questions ought to
io put to evory Democratic speaker:
In the two years of Republican adminis
ration in Virginia which preceded the pre
ent Democratic administration, was the
irincipal of the State debt increased one
Inllai? Was there not on the other hand,
during that period, a considerable decrease
of the debt, and a large amount of State
Were not the actual current expend I
if the State government, during the lirst
.ear of (lovernor Walker's administra
ion, more than twice as much as during
either of the two preceding years, and aro
they not now increasing each year ?
Have not the expenditures upon and
about the (lovornor's mansion, since its oc
cupation by the present Executive, been
more than twice as much each year as they
were for any one of the preceding two
years; and has not the increase been
caused by the increased enxtravagant, and
reckless waste that prevailed there ?
Has not the rate of taxation been nearly
doubled by tho present administration,
over what it was from 18(15 to*;iS69 ; and
that, too, notwithstanding the people have
been growing poorer and less able every
year the lo pay the burdens already upon
Will not the rate of taxation, under the
operation of the Funding Bill, be at least
one dollar upon a hundred dollars of valua
tion, or double what it now is, and four
times what it was under Republican rule ?
Does not the Funding Bill, by making the
interest on the new bonds, receivable for
taxes, give these bonds a priority over all
X debts ; aud by enabling county trca
to bii}' them up at a discount make
[tin that not a dollar of taxes will
reach the treasury in money ? Is it possi
ble under the operation ofthe Funding Bill
at the present rate of taxation to pay the
Currenl expenses of the Slate for the year
without increasing tiie debt at least a mil
lion of dollars ?
Was not the Funding Bill passed at the
request of the Governor,and agreed upon
by a Democratic caucus held at the Gover
nor's house? Was it not done in the in
terest and for tiie benefit of brokers, bond
dealers and money changers; and was it
not there know and declared, that if the
clause making coupons receivable for taxes
was passed, no subsequent Legislature
could repeal it ?
Would you favor tho passage of a law
allowing every tax-payer, who pays his tax
in CURRENT MONEY (not coupons) before
a specilicd da}', a deduction of from five to
ten per cent, upon the amount of his tax
and making it a penitentiary offence for
tax gatherers to speculate tn coupons ot
bonds with tho publio funds?
THE PARTY LASH.
Tiie Enquirer cracks the party lash over
the shoulders of the Whig, because it re
fuses to support Edmund l'endleton, o
Botetourt, for the .Senate from that dis
It attempts to use us to assist it in stri
ping the back of its cotemporary, and woult
make the impression on the minds of its
readers, that because tho STATE JoUR-
Is the election of Lackland over
i therefore, the Whig is wrong
,v Mr. Pendleton and Mr
both of wbom arc regarded a
itives" by their friends,
o reasons for preferring the elec
ckland over l'endleton, and do
c to a row them. Lackland i
cc from all embarrassments al
railroad interests of the State—
, neither to the Pennsylvania Con
General Malione, or any otho
n. He can como to the Senat
ntrammellcd to vote for any mca
y to affect the interests of th
lile Pendleton's course last ses
him to the same objects ho the
lie was a supporter o
lg Bill—a measure wo detest; am
evo its provisions will be discuss
lext Legislature, we prefer th
is free to act in the interests o
vents, without feeling bound by
•:e Republicans to support Lack
use be is a man of more libera
god views than his competitor
of no equal of Pendleton, as
nan, having heard him freely ex
,'iews during the canvass, whic
n his election. We do not be
ssiblc for him to bo of any bene
section he represents. We be
possessed the ability equal to h
it he would inaugurate a secom
and hurl the South to final dt
dom a choice is left Republican
Conservatives," but we know Mr
iii a staunch old Whig—we knot
awyer of ability—we believe hit
jeral iv his political views—w
opposite of Pendleton, and win
be something in Lackland, we
il but little in Pendleton to coin
to the consideration of Republ
.• satisfied there is no chance I
vowed Kopublican in the distric
of tho counties of Botetour
Craig and Alleghany ; therefore
r between evils, we advise ou
take the hast.
;es us to sco at least ono Demo
irnal with tho independence
pleases, regardless of tho dicta
corrupt and selfish party.
ames 11. Plat., Jr., will ai
citizens of Surry C. IL, on Tne
24th, instead of ut Norfolk, a
■ umiotiiiccd. Republicans of Su
ease note tho fact.
rii o ii a «; *; Q :
!SV>OO will liny THE DOMINION TOHAOC
WORKS,.Toronto, Ontario—(original cost *H
■Joo)—consisting of COMPLETE MAOHINER
i!a. turnip ot Plug, Out Tobaocoai
Olge-nr, with steam anil hydraulic power. Room
rli UM hands. Fifty per cent, may bo nuulo
ben .ri. any amount Invested,
,T. 1). LEWIS,
Torouto, < lul
I'ANY'S elegant side-wheel steamship \1 \
i! All \, Capt. , will f.ail on ITIIDAY,
i Mtober —•, at 10 o'clock A. M.
Freight received until 9 o'clock A. M.
Through bills of latling signeil, and (roods for
wnrded with dispatch to all points—north, eonth,
east and west, itluse n.nueciir'iis niarlc with Cu
nard line for foreijrn ports.
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed.'WTßl
Fare $12 00
Steerage 6 00
Round Trip Tickets 20 00
Fer freight or passage, apply to
JOHN W. WYATT, Agent,
oc 18—21 No. 3 Governor sir--t.
"CIOR NEW YOHK^
The VIRCINIA STEAMSHIP and l'Ai'Kl T
COMPANY'S elegant •lean-hip WILLIAM r
CLYDE, Captain Dhfh-, will leave her wharf at
K.rckeiisi.n FRIDAY, October!—,at»F. M
Connecting with steam.-rs for Hartford, Nor
wich, Stonington, Fall River and Uoston from
Kreiclit received up to the hour of sailing.
• Close connections and through hills of ladin
given to all southern, eastern, anil western
pla.'r s ; also, to Europe and Australia.
Fare, $.">; meals and state-rooms, extra.
D. .1 BURR, President,
1214 Main street.
WnsiimuTos A Co., agents, Pier 12, North rive
New York. oo I"—3
/•"I RAND OPENING OP
FINE CLOTHING FOR
FALL AND WINTER
A. OPPENHEIMER _
No. 1101, Corner of Main and Fourteenth Kfs.
With an experience of 20 years in the bur ir.' M
and the best, facililles for manufacturing ill New
York, is prepared to give satisfaction lo the trade
and publio in quality and price, at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
-1 Qtyt CLOTHING. -| nryi
FALL ST V LIII
Special attention is called to the large and su
perior slock of Gentlemen's ami Youths'
Now on sale, comprising everything that is new |
in style and fabric.
In addition to the above superiorstock my sain- '■
represent the immense piece good stock of
. DEVLIN A CO., OF NEW YORK,
from which I am now prepared fo lake orders.—
My arrangements afford special facilities for ma
king them Hp in style and WOT— mans hip that can .
not be surpassed by any house in this country.
a complete stock of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
comprising all the novelties of Uu- season.
An examination of my stock of this tcasoa's
manufacture is retrpeclfully solicited.
JOHN S. DEVLIN,
1001 Main Slreet, opposite tho Post-nifi.-.-.
j rpHE HIGHEST PREMIUMS EVER |
AWARDED TO ANY SEWING MACHINE— j
Tlie Cross of the I-eiii.in of Honor und v Gol
THE HOWE SEWING MACHINE
at the Paris Exposition of 1807, and now in pos- |
session of the
HOWE MACHINE COMPANY.
Call and see this celebrated Machine iv opera
tion at the office, 823 Main street.
se s—d&wts J. F. McKENNEY.
SINGER SEWING MACHINE.
THE BEST FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK.
It* Sales Indicate It; Durability and Popularity
its Work confirms it.
137,t«3 SOLD LAST YEAR.
NO OTHER MACHINE SOLD SO MANY.
Wo neither force nor crowd sales. The MarluiH'
must stand upon its own merits. Ciul and ex
Sewing Machines REPAIRED.
SHAFFER & STRONG
mh If— lAwts 913 Main slreet
j -—rr — ■ ~. ,- --J
riUIE T-ARGI_S'JP TYPE FOUNDRY
AND MOBS EXTBNSIVH
PRINTERS* FURNISHING WAREHOUSE
South of Philadephia, ia Lhe est;ibJi*hni»»-it of
H. L. PELOU2E & CO.,
The Richmond Dispatch says:
■"Richmund Tvi'fi I-'or.NDuv.—The new die..-- m
which the DUpatali boa appeared lor- nom_ week
was furnished by Messrs. ti. U. Pblouzs A *'•'.,
proprietors of iho Kirhmoud Type Faiui
Wo have boon using i __.--__ i$ pu \fir <■,„[■.; or -< d
I jrfiiMt and have found them eqaal In dur&bUi )
'and myU: of linith- in tbe beat foundries ill _lii»
tuuuiry and England. Th#ir price* are
witli all the other foundries."
The Richmond Whig anys:
"Tneltic_iMOKiiTvPEFoo>rDav.—"Wo have been
guilty of an inadvertence in failing to mention
tbat'the beautiful suit of type in whicli the Whiy
I now appears wu manufactured lor us at the
Richmond Type Foundry. This is tlie third out
fit we have obtained from that establishment —
I one before and two since the war—and we are
[ prepared to bear emphatic testimony to tbe fidel
ity with which the proprietors (Mewr., H. I-.
Ivlouze & Co.) execute their coninu-ts, to the
beauty and durability of their work, and to the
fairness of their prices.
The Richmond Enquirer says :
The handsome typographical appearame of
this paper has been noticed aud gcrapUmented by
thepressalloverthecoiintry. We take plea.-* un- in
stating that our outllt was procured from the
Richmond Type Foundry, Messrs. H. 1... PeIOUM
& Co,, proprietors. je lo —deqd-iwom
J_N AND RECEIVING BY STEAMERS.
Beaut ifnl sets of Walnut Parlor, chainimr and
Dimng-Room FURNITURE. I also keepoo hand
au assortment of the cheapest
Chaikh, Tablich, Uebstkads,
Ilo:.stfhb and Pillows,
j.uunues, Sofas, Cams,
Cradles, Tuunim.e BbhTSAM.
AU lo<r"r Own can In. bought elsewhere.
\ < foods ear-fally packed lor shipping.
Wa be room s—Governor and Franklin street*.
oc 10—lm _
We have no\V on hand a large aud tupdri if
j CHAMBER, PARLOR AND DINING-ROOM
made by the most experienced worltmeu, ol
We invito all iv need of first-glass
FURNITURE AND MATTRESSES
to examine our stock before buying. We cannot
i«- undewold in Ibe State,
lIARWOOD & RITTEB,
Bfl g—3m Gorernor street, Richmond, Va.
i -uni rent—Two teraro uw kej.i *.<•-».
C with modern conveniences— jue with car*
house and stable attacked, near the corner
of __eigh and Adams sin els. Appl\ to
rtRUD-J * WIELIAMS
jplTI/.EINS' INSUBANCEJ COMP-NYI
(Incorporated April, 1839,)
No. l.ili llronclwny. New.Yorh.
Cash Capital $.100,000 00
Surplus 411,410 114
. Oct.l, IS7I 711,410 04
Insures Buildings, Furniture, Merchandise and
Farm Property against loss or damage hy fire.
This compnny Witl not lose more thnn Twenty
fiv l'liiHi-.'iiul Dollnrsby the Chit-ago fire
JAMES H MLI.AX. I'rr- t
Fi-wAtrn A. Walton, Se,- \.
R. T. RIiOOKE, Auent,
oc 10—tf No. IHI4 Main street, Richmond, V:
TNSURANCK! INSURANC'K ! INSIK ANCK
PETERSBURG SAVINGS ANDINSUR ANt I
op ri-TKitsiirr.o, viruima.
D'AROY PAUL President.
SAM'L I?. PAUL Secretary.
ASSETS OYKi: $400,00
l-'II.'I..MEN'S FUND INSURANCE COMPAN
OF SAN FRAXCISCO, CAt..
FORTY THOUSAND DOLLARS ifl Vlrfin
Registered and United .States lionds deposili
with tlie Treasurer of Virginia for security
Ncto York Hoard of Reference— David Dows, Ge
Opdyke, A. A. tow, H. B. (Tallin, W. T. Col. -
man, John Winslow, James Lees.
FIRE AND MAI!INT, RISKS TAKEN AT THE
LOWEST CURRENT RATES.
The mult rsiflppd, representatives of the above
first-class liberal and prompt paying compani"-.
respectfully solicit the patronage; Of those desi
THOS. M. ALFRIENI) & SON,
Life, l-'ire and Marine Insurance Agents,
se '23— d.sw&wum Ollice No. 809 Main st.
YjlMPlllE MUTUAL I/H-'H INSejKA_C«
NO. 139 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
Q. HILTON' StTtIBNF.R, President.
SIDNEY W. OROI-'UT, Secretary.
This 'company is purely mutual. AllpoliciM I
incontestable for usual causes. No ro-triclions
til Kin travel or residence.
POLICIES ABSOLUTELY NON-FORFEITA-
All policies absolutely incontestable after two
Good, reliable, and efficient AGENTS are |
wanted for every section of the State. A profit- 1
airle position is open to all those who can furni>h
-nrislactory references and are willing to work.
Apply at the branch ollice of the Company,
Mi. '.il'J MAIN STBEBT, RICHMOND, VA.
I. A. LOWBER, Mr.i,;. ■
Medktil Examiner, Da. A. s. McItAE.
JJ.-0. W. JEXKIItS. J SO. R. POPHAM
TEfc'KINS - POPHAM,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE—NO. 1 MARSHALL BUILDING,
Cob. Tbxth and Bass Street, Richmond, V—.
Will practice la the Courts ol the Stale and Ihe
United Stale, and bofore Ihe Court of Claims and
Departments at Washington. Special atleiltion
given to cases arising under thy Revenue and
Bankruptcy laws of the United Suites.
Congress having recently passed a lull provid
ing for the appointment of a COMMISSION for
the examination ami adjustment of the claims of
LOYAL CITIZENS of the South, for stores or
supplies taken or furnished during the rebellion
for the use of the army, including the use and
loss of vessels and boats while employed in Ihe
military service of the United States, and there
being many claims of this description which
-li.riild have prompt attention, we respectfully
v 'er our service in the prosecution of the same
fore IhtiCtimnli.rsioii, on lln- most liberal terms,
cording lo Ihe amount involved and the ehar
,l ■!■ of the claim. For full particulars address
JENKINS & POPHAM,
Attorneys at Law, Richmond, A a.
We refer by permission to Jno. B. Davis, Pres
ent Plantors' National Bank and Richmond
'rrtikiug and Insurant'e Company, Richmond:
tvenport & Co., Stock Brokers anil Gen.-rril
gents, do.; Lancaster A Co., Bankers, do.; Hon.
. K. Ellysou, ex-Mayor, do.; 0. K. Bingham,
resident (first Nation—l Hunk, Lynchburg; Hon.
. . F. Lewis, U. S. Senator, Washington, D. C;
on. Jas. 11. Piatt, do.; Hon. Charles 11. Porler
o.; Hon. W. H. H. Stowell, do.
r 1 If. BROOKE
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
•radices in the Courts of Caroline, Essex. King
id Queen, and the United States Courts at
Richmond. Offlce at Mi ford Depot, Carolino
In all business requiring oooilseL and In all
uirli'ssional business, Messrs. CHANDLER A
MORTON, of Richmond. Va., will be associated
Address Central Point, or Milford Depot, Garo
ine COtmty, A'irginia. ja 2—tf
'p 11 i <i^HTiTiTN^XcTir:
a raw trteaax iodmai. edited bt
Devolod to Free Discussion of all Living Ques
tions i'l Church, Slate, Society, Liler:'.
lure, Art antl Moral Reform.
Published ::vcr>- „ filnesiley lit New York.
Price $3 a year—rash In p.dvauce.
MR. TILTON, havi—g r. tii'.rl lioin The. Inde
etand The jhookiyn Daily Union, wiil hi ri
al trr devoto his wliole editorial labors to 'I III;
Persons wishing to subscribe will please send
their panes, witb the money, immediately, to
P. O. Box 2,818 New York cily.
"THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST."
onstantly ou hand
THE BEST OAK AND PINE WOOD,
.ONO, SAWED AND KINDLING WOOD
BITUMINOTS COAL AND COKE,
t very lowest prices, at YARD, corner of Main
r.d Seventh Streets.
J. R. F. BURROUGHS.
jv a.'.—:ltn ■ _____
_____ -■■11-1- - —•-,-—-„, a,' - -
I/ASIinoMEVS HIiADU UART-US I
I.OTIIF.S LINES, CLOTHES PINS, WASH
ING SODA and SOAP.
Look out for the "TIP-TOP."
Tho mosl complete stock of PROVISIONS iv
ie city. It. F. JAMES,
No. 1.'.'.l Main street,
se'ii—Bm First Market.
WATCHMAKER AND JE'A'Ei.l.i U.
KEAL ESTATE AGENCY, AUCTIONEERING, &c.
E. B. NEW BURN,
No. loi-i Main street,
SPECIAL ATTENTION (1 I V E N TO
AUCTION SALES FOR ASSIGNEES, COMMISSIONERS, AC.
«T MONEY LOANED UPON CITY REAL ESTATE _(_*
Parties having ftui.ls to loan upon City Real Estate (paying them TWELVE PES CENT. PER ANNI'M.) would lln.l It to Iheir interest, to give
me n call.
GRAM) IT.OS1XO OUT SALE OF
LOTS IN IIOLLADAY S ADDITION TO THE CITY OF RICHMOND, TO RE SOLD AT AUCTION ON WEDNESDAY, THE FIRST DAY
ok MO TIMBER, 11.71, at Fori: o'clock p. K.
TERMS—Twenty Dollars cash ; balance nt :t, 6, 9 and M months' time.
j LEIGH STREET. ,
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EGllMmy'® AddM/m -L
TO TBS ~"~~"*"*"— ~,
May 15th, 1S71. i<_, '""■•••... *'
_______ *■' *""***•». *
By BA TES eV TURNER, Surveyors.
I am now offering these lots
TENTH ST., BETWEEN MAIN AND CARY,
STEAM ENGINES of improved construction
for all purposes, of Richmond or Northern buil
Rnilroad, Machine. Car and Carpenter Shops
planing Mil--, Sash, Blind, Door, Cabinet-ware
Chair, Bedstead, Wooden-ware, Agrieultura
Machine, Handle, Spoke, Stave, Carriage "Woo
Cotton and Woolen Factories, Cotton Gin
Farmers, Foundries, Rolling Mills, Tobacco Fa
tories, Tanneries, Saw, Flouring, Corn and Pap
Mills, Mines, fro.. Ac.; Forged and Rolled Iron.
Improved Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers, Be]
ing. Lace Leather, Saws, Files, "Wrenches, Twi
Dulls, Steam Gauges, Saw Gauges, Saw Gin
mers, Steam and Water Pipe and Fixtures, pac
in*, Journal Metal, Pick and Tool Handles, Tv
bine Water-Wheels, _c„ &c.
SECOND HAND MACHINERY and STEA
BOILERS bought, sold and exchanged. A qua
tity of the same on hand to be sold low, snch
Cngiues Boilers, Mill Stones and Gearings, Wood
Working, Machinery, &0.
Plans and estimates of Machinery for Mills
and Manufactories of all kinds. mh I—d&wly
WM. IS. COCK. jeilN VI LBS,
No. 6 Eighth Street, betu'eex Main ako
FtUIfXUIT, RtCUMO.\», \A.
\V M . B « COOK L C • .
With improveil facilities and with a determina
tion to please in prices ami style of work, wo re
spectfully ask from the people of Richmond, Vir
ginia, and the South generally a fair share of
Verandohti, Balconies, Iron Railings, Vault and
Cellar Doors, Gratings, Window Guards. Awn
iuff Frames, Corinthian Columns and Capitols,
Ornamental Window (Japs, Ornamental Brackets
for Balconies, Shelving, fee., Ventilators for Brick
and Wood Cornice, Gas and Water Pipe, Hy
drant Keys aud Kods for Gas and Water, Traps
for Culverts and Hydrants, Coal Shoots, and all
kinds of IKON WORK for buildings generally.
We also manufacture, together with the above,
work PEOW-CASTINGS, and would n . pcci
solicit the patronage of merchants aud
farmers. All work guaranteed, and orders filled
it__, u_-t, uSe/andU-l
and Nos. 13 and 1*
So.TH Fll-'TKKXTH &.BBET,
We make all kinds of NEW WORK ui"i"li7.M A
CH INIinTS' line. REPAIR ALL KINDS OF
WOKK. We go in the country to do all sort*, of
: work in our line; also make the best TORAt'i'<>
i MILLS in the world, and keep them on hand, as
well as TOBACCO SCREWS of all kinds,
I rether With Bands and Billet.*, and all artic
lor the MANUFACTURE OF TOBACCO.
We keep on hand and for sale all sizes of ne
and second hand .
Engines, Boilers, Saw Mills, Grist Mills, Pow
pumps, Platform Scales,Sha/ting, Hang
ers, Pulleys, Gear and Bevel
And In fact a general assortmentof all USEFL
ARTICLE:, in our line, together with
JUDSON'S PATEN F STEAM-ENGINE GO
ERNOR, UTIOA GO'S STEAM GAUGES
Selden's Patent Engine Packing, Pelt Vnlv
Globe Valves, Tallow Cocks, Self-Oiling
Cups for both engines and Shaft
ing, Flue Cleaners, Oil Cans,
Water Ganges, &c.
All of which we sell at REASONABLE PRICES
aud on ACCOMMODATING TERMS.
N, li.—We receive on consignment all kinds o
MACHINERY, both new aud second-band. Con
an.! see us. BLOAT & ADDINGTON
oc 2—d,_ w&wMm
We have contracted for a full supply of the
CELEBRATED KENNBEC RIVER It
■in 1 are receiving from the-above river IC
twenty inches in thu kness, clear as crystal, anc
hard as flint, superior to any ICE (doming in
tins market (not excepting the Boston lee). 1
are ile 1 only dealer* hi this city receiving t
CELEBRATED ICE, ho universally known
ib- PUREST and BEST in the country.
Wo are prepared at all times to furnish ICE o
tlie above quality by tbe Cargo, Canal-Boat
Car load; and we give special attention on a
mh* to ihe packing and shipping of t
City customers furnished on the most reason
McGOWAN k LAMPKIN,
No. 1811 Cary atjeet, Richmond, Va
/ \L*» PAPER*--!!. ai_r quantity- for sale et
For the Ladies Mrs. E. L. Daniels
lIReOM'SHXI. IT ! '
I'm il _B_t, '.:.•■, '«
STOCKING SUSPENDER AND PROTECTOR
COMBINED, FOR LADIES,
AND SUSPENDER FOR CHILDREN.
Fastened and Atljnsted with Buckles, thus doing
away with all Ligatures, Buttons aud
Button-Holes, Hooks and Pins.
: Is the only article thus combined, fastened and
adjusted, for tbis purpose in the market. All im
itation.- are infringements on the patent granted
August 25th, ISGB, and will be 'so treated by Mrs
TJiis article needs na rtcommihdtdton, for it re* ;
comrneiKls itti If In sverv ttuly why s. cs it. I- ingtks
most simple, ftvrilti atljktstcil, a«4 peY/i ft for its use
ever iiitroducr.d Itffafhe oonk'-t.
I All pby>iunv- recommend itf-' use, and one
whose name is known and respected on Viol 11 sides
I of the ocean, buys and gives away large numbers
I of thorn to his patients, declaring tluu most \nv-
I loose veins, weak and crippled limbs can betroi ed
I directly to the stopping of the circulation iv iho
I lower limbs, (and consequently in the whole sys-
I tern,) caused by the old ligature or garter,
Reiner made entirely of elastic it never strings
j or wrinkles like cloth, but is as flat and smooth
after wearing for months us when first u>t-d, and
yields with every motion, thus giving entire ease
j to tho wearer.
THE PROTECTOR ALONE IS WORTH THE
PRICE OF THE WHOLE ARTICLE.
It is unnecessary lo remove the stockings tti m
| the suspender except to change, and it is ready
I less trouble than the old fashioned elastic. It
I keeps tho stocking perfectly smooth without tear-
I ing it, and does not injure the limb. Care should
j be taken that the whole article ia largo enough
I not to feel imcomfortable.
All order* or inquiries should be add res.cd to
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BUTTERICK'S PATTI'I NS
at tne old estal.lishe I agency,
No. '■'.' a Main Street,
OFFICK OF THB
HOWE SEWING MACHINE.
THE LATEST STYLES JUST RECEIVED.
Also, METROPOLITAN for September.
mm MOUNT VERNON JMURSERIES! '.
ON THE ORIGINAL
H r ASIIIN C. T0 N BftTA TB.
Besides ii good supply of
PEACIIES, PEARS, CHERRIES.
GRAPE VINES, BLACKBERRIES,
Hedge Plants, Deciduous Ornamental Trees,
"Weeping or Drooping Trees,
Evergreens, Shrubs, Roots, &c, he.
RHUBARB, ASPARAGUS ROOTS, ami
CURRANTS constantly en hand and for sale
small or large quantities.
ocl2—wrm Accotlnk, Va.
FRANKLIN DAVIS. BAM'i, c. 1.1.M
BROOK TURNPIKE, lii MILES PROM CITY
FRANKLIN DAVIS - 55 Propriet..
Two Hundred Acres in Nurseries.
1,400,000 APPLE TREES.
ftOO.OOO PEACH TREES.
ISO.OOO PEAR TREKS.
100,000 PLUM, i IHEBRY, NECTARINE,
APRICOT, iiml QUINCE TREES. "
1 ,-.,K>,(KKI GRAPEVINES, CURRANT, GOOSF
BERRY, RASPBERRY. BLACKBEI
RY mid STRAWBERRY PLANTS.
(50,00(1 ASPARAGUS ami RHUBARB.
1,000,000 OSAGE ORANGE, lor hedging.
This stock is remarkably '. thrifty and wel
grown ; the solrction of varieties has been mm
with great care, nnd comprises those best adaj
ed to thfs latitude for general cultivation, also v
rieties suited to particular localities, and for sj
Correspondence desired with those who co
template planting orchards, and to those wi
wish to plant largely, great inducements will
offered. All persons interested in Fruit Cultu
are respectfully invited to visit the Nurseries.
Descriptive catalogues furnishdd on applic
tion. se 21—d,BW&w3m
T\ tl. MUNSON,
Ml NSON HILL NURSERIES,
PAtI.S CHBKCH, FAIRFAX OOCSTT, VIRBI:.'IA.
MUNSON HILL NVRSERIB
A large i took of first-class
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES
APPLE TREES, tU per Kill; $120 per 1,000.
Pi:ACH, $10 per 100 ; $30 per 1,000.
STANDARD PEAR, $10 per 100; HO ci-ms eacl
DWARF PEAR. Mi fer 100; S3 cents web
CHEERY, $20 per 11)0 ; 30 cents each.
PLUM, APRICOT, QUINCE,
SMALL FRUITS, &c.
Send for catalogue, and address
D. O. MUNSON,
Falls Church, Fairfax county, Va
TTIRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREI
The Virginia Nursery and Wine * '..i-.i,-:.*
Proprietors of these widely-known Nurser
have removed their ollice to' Columbian Bloc
(Corn Exchange) Room No. 2, second lloor, co
uer Thirteenth and Cary streets.
The stock for the Fall trade is unusually fi—e
largeand well-grown, embracing a full assort
in. Nt of APPLE, PEACH, I'EAR, PLUM
CHERRY and other FRUIT TREES, as well
■in ill FRUITS, GRAPE-VINES, ASPAR
GUS, together with
ORNAMENTAL TREES. EVERGREENS
For catalogues and information, call at office
ALLAN k JOHNSON,
G.'iii'i'.'il Agents, No. 2 Columbian Block,
il,sw&w.lin Richmond, Va
Board and Tuition per annum v $2l
HELMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE,
Inaugurated by 11. It. H. Princ* Authnr. Boa
and Tuition per annum, ti'itk
Presii.f.ni— The; Very Rev. I. Helmuth, D. D
Dean of Huron.
HTFor particulars, apply to Major Evans
Loudon, Canada West. se 10—d&wly
[T lMe( tSllillllK,
-LL. NO. 1414 MAIN STREE
AUCTIONEER & COMMISSION MERCHAN
Keeps on hand, for sale to the trade or familie
at private sale, a large stock of
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, 4c.
All of which will be sold at aiMUua price*
I wholesale and retail.
| . W-AUGTION SALES DAILY at 10 A. M. and