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A compound remedy, designed to be the most
effectual Alterative that can be made. It is
a concentrated extract of Para Sarsaparilla,
so combined with other substances of still
greater alterative power as to afford an effec
tive antidote for the diseases SarsapariUa is
reputed to cure. It is believed that such a
remedy is wanted by those who suffer from
Strumous complaints, and that one which wiH
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
service to this large class of our afflicted fellow
citizens. How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to be found of the following
scrofcla and scrofulous complaints,
Eruptions and Eruptive Diseases, Ulcers,
Pixples, Blotches, Tumors, Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Syphilis and Syphilitic Af
fections, MflucußiAL Disease, Dropsy, Neu
ralgia or Tic Douloureux, Debility, Dys
pepsia and Indigestion, Erysipelas, Rose
or St. Anthony's Fire, and indeed the whole
class of complaints arising from Impurity of
This compound will be found a great pro
moter of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel the foul humors which fester in the
blood at that season of the year. By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by
the aid of thi§ remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channels of the body
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when you find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins; cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well; but with this
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else.
During late years the public have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the
name itself is justly despised, and lias become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And we think we have ground for
believing it lias virtues which are irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it is intend
ed to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
DR. J. C. AVER Ac CO.
Price, $1 per Bottle ; Six Bottles for $5.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for the cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure the people its quality is kept up to the best
it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR CD CtJRE OF
Costiveness, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
DyseJitery, Foul Stomach, Erysipelas, Headache,
Piles, Rheumatism, Eruptions and Skin Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumors and
Salt Rheum, Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, as a
Dinner Pill, and for Purifying the Blood.
They are sugar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and they are the
best aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
Price 25 cents per Bos; Five boxes for $1.00.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent personages, nave lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our space here will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratis our American Almanac in which they
are given; with also full descriptions of the above
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make more profy on.
Demand Ayer's, and take no others. The sick
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
All our remedies are for sale by
H. S. Eichelberger and Dr. W. B. Young, Staun
ton; J. H. An-tuim. Waynesboro'; J. T. Antrim,
Greenville; W. W. Templeton, Fairfield ; and by all
Druggists and dealers in Medicines everywhere.
PURCELL, LADD k CO.,
Richmond, Va., Wholesale Agents.
June 5, 1860.
THIS well known establishment, now presents
largely additional facilities, for the accommoda
tion of the travelling Public. Mr. Wm. H. Peyton
.retains his connection and associates with him, as
Proprietor and Manager, Mr. Wm. Jordan, formerly
cf the Lexington Hotel, and more recently of the Rock
bridge Baths. The style of the new firm is
JORDAN So PEYTON.
The proprietors have secured a corps of efficient
and accommodating assistants, who will unite with
them in payiug every attention to those stopping at
the Hotel. Capable and faithful servants are also
provided, to ensure the comfort of guests. The table
will continue, as heretofore, to equal that of any Ho
tel in the State.
The proprietors would also call special attention to
the fact that by the erection of NEW BUILDINGS,
already commenced, they will have at command 30
Additional Rooms, by means of which they will
be enabled to afford greater comfort to transient
guests, and to accommodate families wishing to spend
the summmer in Staunton. Connected with the Ho
tel are (extensive Stables, under the management of
Byers A Co., well known for their experience and
efficiency in this department. Horses will be taken
on Livery, and Horses, Buggies and Hacks, will be
afforded to guests on reasonable terms.
In conclusion , the Proprietors pledge themselves to
spare no pains to continue and increase the present
reputation of the House and to serve an appreciative
public. WM. JORDAN, ) p ROp , ES
WM. H. PEYTON, j raop BS '
N. B.—The Office of all the Stage Lines is at this
House, also the office of ADAMS <& COS EXPRESS.
JORDAN k PEYTON.
Staunton. Jan. 20, IB6o.—tf.
Mail and Passenger Train Going East,
LEAVES Staunton, except Sunday at.. .6.30 a. m.
M Waynesboro', except Sunday,at..7.o4 "
Leaves Staunton Tri-weekly, viz:—Tuesdays, Thurs
days and Saturdays at 2.45 p. in.
Leaves Jackson's River for Staunton on Mondays,
Wednesdays and Fridays.
FREIGHT TRAIN WITH PASSENGER CAR
Leaves Waynesboro' Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fri
days at 7.45 a. m.
Leaves Staunton for Jackson's River, at... .9.45 a. ii.
Leaves Jackson's River on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays at B.ou a. m.
Leaves Staunton for Waynesboro' 3.30 p. m.
Mail Train going East connects at Charlottesville
with the Orange and Alexandria train for Lynchburg,
and at Gordonsville with the same train for Alexan
dria, Washington, Baltimore, 4c, and at Richmond
with ihe Richmond and Petersburg Railroad for Pe
tersburg. Trains going West connect at Goshen with
Stages to Lexington, at Millboro' with Stages for
Warm Springs, and at Jackson's River with Stages
for White Sulphur. Lewisburg, Ac.
THOS. DODAMEAD, Gen'l Supt.
April 17, 1659.
Tiie Red Flag!
THE Red flag having been hoisted for some time on
New Street, opposita Beck's Restaurant, the cu
riosiiv of the public got quite excited to know the
meaning of this extraordinary demonstration. All
■orts of suggestions were started and even large bets
made who would solve this mysterious riddle. Some
thought it was to be the headquarters of the Japanese
Embassy,or fitted up for the Prince of Wales—others,
that Tom Sayers and the Benicia Boy was coming
over from England to fight out their drawn battle—
but all widely missed the mark. Why! it is nothing
more nor less than a
NEW CLOTHING STORE!
where the best and most fashionable READY-MADE
CLOTHING, BOOTS, SHOES, 4c, are sold for Cash,
et the very lowest figures. Now you know the mean
ing of THE RED FLAG,
Opposite Beck's Restaurant.
Stiuvioß, May 22,18 W. '
Southern Hat and Cap Manufactory.
81 Main Street, Richmond, Va., ffipß
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN rf^vFl
FUR. STRAW. LEGHORN, PANAMA M\mmmm\
SOFT AND MOLESKIN -*'' -^
I HAVE now ready my Spring stock of HATS.
CAPS AND STRAW GOODS, to which I would
invite the attention of the merchants of Virginia,
North Carolina and Tennessee, confident of my abili
ty to supply them with everything they may want In
my line on as good terms as they can be procured in
any market in the country.
My stock will be kept constantly full by the addi
tion of everything that is new or desirable. Having
greatly increased my manufacturing facilities, many
desirable styles will be of my own manufacture. My
black moleskin drbss hat is still in the front rank,
and is equal if not superior to anything produced in
the country. My assortment of Boys', Misses' and
Children's richly trimmed Hats and Flats of the dif
ferent styles of Braid and Leghorn, cannot be excell
ed, In Military Goods I can furuish anything re
quired. My stock of the various qualities of Army
"Regulation" Hats is very complete, and any of the
different styles of Hats or Caps made to order at short
notice. JOHN DOOLEY.
Richmond, March 13,1860.
GEO. S. LOWNES. "WM. B. COOKE.
LOWNES &, COOK'S
FOUNDERY AND MANUFACTORY,
EIGHTH ST., NEAR MAIN, RICHMOND, VA.
HAVING made a large addition to our shop, to
suit the Southern trade, we will sell at the
Northern prices of 1859. We have over 100 different
designs of Plain and Ornamental Railings, Ve
randas, Balconies, Porch Pieces, Window
< • uiirds, &c, kc, Vault and Cellar Doors, Iron Sash,
Shutters, and general Blacksmithing aud finishing
done with neatness and despatch.
JjgTCemetcry Railing for the country, made so as to
be put up by an ordinary mechanic.
Richmond. Match 27, IB6o—ly.
1860. ■*"»£I? An,! - iB6O.
ELLETT So WEISIQER,
MANUFACTURERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
HATS, CAPS, AND STRAW GOODS,
No. 167 Main St., Opposite Exchange Bank,
HAVING made-extensive pr#|arations are now of
fering to the Merchants of Virginia, North Car
olina and Tennessee at prices which cannot fail to
ensure a sale, the largest and most complete 0|
stock of Spring and Summer Goods ever
gotten up in this market —which for variety and
elegance cannot be excelled. All they ask is a look
before purchasing elsewhere.
OT Orders strictly attended to.
Mr. J. L. Hutchison, formerly of Union, Monroe
county, Va., is interested in onr business, and will de
vote to it his valuable services.
Feb. 14,18G0— ELLETT k WEISIGER.
18 6 O.
SIMPSON & MILLER.
SPRING AND SUMMER
119 Main St., Richmond.
WE would most respectfully invite our friends end
the public generally to call on us and examine
our stock of superior READY-MADE CLOTHING.
Our stick is larger this season than we have ever ex
hibited beiore. These goods have been manufactured
by us with particular reference to the retail trade, and
we are prepared to fit any size, from 12 years old up
wards. Prices varying to suit all in want. Cassi
mere Suits, corresponding in color, of various prices
and styles. A large stock of NEGRO CLOTHING
and Hoy's Clothing always on hand.
EP" Coats, Pants or Vests made to order at short
notice by SIMPSON k MILLER,
March 20,1SC0—ly. 139 Main St., Richmond.
F. B. BAUGH,
WADSWORTH, TURNER &, CO-,
IMPORTERS A WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
18 Pearl Street.
/.■. WADSWORTH, )
D. D. TURNKB, \ RICHMOND, VA.
6. S. PALMER, j
Richmond, March 27, 1860—ly
M. BLAIR. T. P. HOGE.
M. BLAIR & CO.,
GIVE their undivided attention to the sale of TO
BACCO, WHEAT, FLOUR, BACON, &C,
f&T Liberal Advances made on Consignments in
Feb. 7, 1860—6m0.
SPECIAL NOTICE 1—75 cents to $1.50 will
buy one of Graham's small Stencils, for marking
clothing with Indbllible Ink. Call and examine
specimens, or if you live in the country, send for a
sample, enclosing a stamp. Also, every variety of
Brands made to order. A. E. GRAHAM,
Brand Cutter, Cor. 13th and Cary Sts.,
under Tobacco Exchange.
Richmond, March 27, '60—ly.
P. A. WOODS,
Soath Side Cary Street,
DOES a General COMMISSION BUSINESS, with
special attention to the sale of Wheat, Flour and
Tobacco. [Richmond, Jan. 3, 1860.—1y
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
"COURT OF DEATH."
THE LARGE AND SPLENDID ENGRAyiNG, 23
BY 31 INCHES, of this world renowned Painting, by
IS NOW READY FOR DELIVERY.
Instead ot issuing 5000 copies at $5, the subscriber
issues 100,000 at $1. MR. PEALE says:
Philadelphia, Nov. 16th, 1859.
I have seen the Chiomo-Lithographic Engraving of
my painting of the Court ot Death, recently executed
for Dr. G. Q. Colton, (the present proprietor) by Sa
rony, Major 4 Knapp, of New York, aud can certify
that it is an accurate and admirable copy of the or
iginal painting. REMBRANDT PEALE.
The original Painting is worth
Twenty-Five Thousand Dollars.
Mail subscribers will send 12 cents extra to pay
postage. Five copies for $4, postage free. The sub
scriber refers to the venerable REMBRANDT PEALE,
Philadelphia; Hon. MILLIARD FILLMORE, Buff
alo; HARPER 4 BROS., New York, Rev. Dr.
PRIME, editor New York Observer; Rev. Dr. PAL
MER, New Orleans; and JAMES 11. TAYLOR, Esq.,
Charleston, S. C. Money can be sent safely by mail,
as not one letter in a thousand fails, so far as return
complaints show. Liberal terms to Agents and Church
Societies. Two letter stamps extra will secure a let
ter of agency, stating special terms. Address
G. Q. COLTON.
37 Park Row, New York.
Post-office Box, 3391.
May 22, 1660—3ui0.
CONFECTIONERY STORE !
FOR THE SEASON AT THE STAND
FORMERLY OCCUPIED BT
WM. T. MOUNT, Main St., Staunton, Va.
MAGNUS S. CEASE
WOULD respectfully call the attention of the citi
zens of Staunton and vicinity to his large and en
tirely new stock of SPRING GOODS, which he is now
receiving and opening, cousisting of Water, Sugar and
Soda Crackers, Picnics, Raisins, Figs, Currants, Cit
ron, Dates, Prunes, English Walnuts, Filberts, Al
monds, Ground Nuts, Pecan Nuts, Lemons, Oranges,
Sardines, and Candies of every description.—
Also Fancy Goods, French Candies, Cakes and
&*r Wedding parties furnished at the shortest no
tice, and on the most reasonable terms.
Also Fresh Peaches, Lobsters, Pickles, Catchups,
He will sell on reasonable terms, and respectfully
solicits a share j>f patronage.
tgr Candy sold at Wholesale and Retail.
Staunton, May 29. 1860.
READ 1 READ I I READ 1j! I
THE subscribers have just received, by Express—
1 piece brown Geraldine,
2 pieces English Bereges,
Organdies and Lawns,
Black and white poplins,
Black Norwich Bereges,
Real Lace Veils,
Ribbons for trimming,
Best Kid Gloves,
Long and short Mitts,
Black Silk Gauntletts,
Lisle Thread "
Dimity, 4c, Ac.
We expect, in a few days, to receive a large addi
tion to our present stock "of China, Glass, and Iron
Stone Ware. PIPER 4 FUNKHOUSER.
Stauuton, June 5,1860.
-t r\f\ NEGROES WANTED.—I pay willjin
IUU CASH the highest market pri- 4Ls
ces for able bodied young NEGROES jBaH..
for the Southern market. Personshav-
ing such for sale will find it to their
interest to call on me before selling, by (jMk,
letter or otherwise at Waynesboro',
Augusta County, Virginia. gYiJfa t_>
Feb. 7.1660-Omo.* JOHN B. SMITH.
tfcT>ELLE OF THE SOUTH" and other new
JD style HOOPS of the best make just received
by DAVIS A. KAYSER.
Staunton, April 8,1860.
RON RAILING—A variety of patterns, for
Yards, Cemetery Lots, Ac, made to order at the
StauntcD Foundry. A. J. GARBER 4 CO.
1 AaTiECES Brown and Blenched COTTONS at
IUU TAYLOR 4 HOGE'S.
BtWiotQß. April 10, 1860,
STAUNTON SPECTATOR AND GENERAL ADVERTISER.
LADD, WEBSTER & CO.,
131, BALTIMORE ST., BALTIMORE.
IMPROVED TIGHT STITCH
For Families and Manufacturing Establish
LET Manufacturers, Planters, Farmers Housekeep
ers, or any other persons m search of an instru
ment tq execute any kind of Saving now done by ma
chinery, make sure they secure the best, by examining
ours before purchasing. Samples of work sent by
WHAT CONSTITUTES A GOOD SEWING
1. It should be well made, simple in its construc
tion, and easily kept in order.
2. It should make a tight lock-stitch, alike on
both sides of the material.
3. It should sew any and all materials that can
4. It should be able to use Cotton, Thread or Silk
directly from the spool.
5. It should be able to sew from coarse to fine,
and from thick to thin, with rapidity, and without
changing the tension.
6. It should be able to make the tension greater
or less, on both the under and upper threads, and
7. It should have a straight needle, curved ones
are liable to break.
8. The needle should have perpendicular motion.
This.is absolutely necessary for heavy work.
9. It should be capable of taking in the largest
pieces of work.
10. It should be able to bind with a binder, hem
with a hemmer; should stitch, fell, run and gather.
11. It should be always ready to work.
12. It should be capable of using the same size of
thread on both sides of the work, and of using differ
ent colored thread or silk, above or below, to corres
pond with any two colors of cloth to be united.
13. It should be able to make a long or short
14. It should be able to fasten off the seam, and
commence sewing tightly at the first stitch.
15. It should run easily and make but little noise.
16. It should have a wheel feed; none others are
in constant contact with the work.
17. It should not be liable to get out of order.
18. It should not be liable to break the thread nor
19. It should not be necessary to use a screw-dri
ver or wrench to set the needle.
20. It should not be liable to soil the operators
21. It should not form a ridge on the under side,
nor ravel out, nor be wasteful of thread, as is the case
with all chain stioh machines.
22. It should not be 'more trouble than it is
23. All of these advantages are possessed in our
machine. LADD. WEBSTER & CO.
I. C CANFIELD, W. B. CANFIELD, J. H. MEREDITH.
EO R i q*) q
CANFIELD, BROTHERS," & CO.,
229, Market St., Corner of Chas.,
WATCHES, Jewelry, Fancy Goods, Cutlery
Clocks, and Military Goods of Every descrip
tion, Such as Swords, Epauletts, Sashes, Hats, Lace,
Buttons, &c. Military Companies furnished complete
with every article.
Now opening a magnificent stock of new Goods,
such as American, English, German and French
Jexelrv, in sets and in single pieces. Best quality
Gold Watches, English Levers, Skeleton do., Duplex,
Anchor Escapement, Lepines, some very small for
Ladies, set with pearls and diamonds, elegantly En
ameled, Independent and Quarter Second Watches,
llunting, 18 carat Gold Watches of every variety.
C, B. k Co,, offer the above goods on the very best
terms. Call and examine.
Baltimore, Dec. 6, 1859.—1y.
ESTABLISHED 1807—-RETIRED 1853.
JOHN E. WILSON, AGENT, the surviving
partner of JOHN WILSON k SON, No. 14 Bal
timore Street, near the Bridge, now removed to N. W.
Corner Howard and Camden Streets, nearly oppo
site Camden Station, Baltimore.
%jgT Constantly on hand and for sale, Old Wines,
Brandies, Old Rye, Bourbon Whiskeys, Ac, in Wood
or Draught and Bottles.
1852. Old Diploma Rye Whiskey. 1852.
The Diphoma of the Md. Institute.—"This Diplo
ma, of the first class, was awarded by the Maryland
Institute for the Promotion of Mechanic Arts, to John
E. Wilson, of Baltimore for best OLD RYE WHIS
KEY, exhibited at the Exhibition of Articles of Amer
ican Manufacture, held in the City of Baltimore, on
the lst day of October, 1852."
JOSHUA VANSANT, Prbsdent.
G. H. Hunt, Secretary.
The Old Diploma Rye Whiskey.—Together
with selections from the choicest stocks of RYE
WHISKEY in Alleghany, Washington and other
counties in Maryland, ranging in price from 75 cts.,
$1, $1.25,f 1.50, $2.50, and $3 per gallon,constantly;on
hand and for sale by bbls., half bbls , demijohns, gal
lon and single bottle, at the "DIPLOMA OLD RYE
WHISKEY" WAREHOUSE. Cor. Howard & Cam
den Sts., nearly opposite the passenger station of the
B. k O. R. R.
Call and examine. Orders solicited and promptly
executed by the Agent. JOHN E. WILSON.
Baltimore Aug. 9,1859— ly.
OF THE VALLEY OF VIRGINIA,
chartered march 17,1852.
Round Capital $300,000.
''PHIS Company, having been duly organized.is now
JL ready to receive applications and issue Policies,
and otters to the citizens of Virginia the inducement
of a home Company for the safe Insurance of all kinds
of Property, Merchandise, 4c, at fair and equitable
rates. The Directors assure the public that this Com
pany will be conducted with a view to permanency,and
on the strictest principles of equity, justice and a close
regard to economy and the safety of the insured.
JOSEPH S. CARSON.
C. S. FUNK, Secretary. | O. F. BRESEE, Actuary.
JOSEPH S. CARSON, JOHN KERR,
JAMES P. RIBLY, LEWIS P. HARTMAN,
LLOYD LOGAN, ROBERT STEELE,
OT Office on Lovdon Street, near the Valley Bank.
|^- George E. Price, Local Agent, Staunton.
A Til 2.1856.
NEWS FROM THE
CHARLESTON CONVENTION !
SO AAA WORTH OF NEW SPRING AND
O UUU SUMMER CLOTHING, just received
from Baltimore, of Onr own Manufacture, which
we will sell at the lowest Cash prices.
Our Stock comprises a full assortment of Gentle
men's, Youth's and-Boys' READYMADECOLTHING<
and also a great variety of Furnishing Goods, Trunks,
Satchels, 4c. 4c
Thankful for past favors, we respectly solicit the
patronage from our former customers and the public
K3?~ Call and convince yourselves of the fact.
~ WEILLER 4 BRO.,
Corner Beverly 4 New Sts.
Staunton, May 1, 18C0—3mo.
DAVIS A. KAYSER is constantly receiving addi
tions to his large and elegant stock of FANCY
DRY GOODS. He has now to note
1 piece Plain Black Silk;
3 pieces Black Gro'De'Epsom, very desirable style;
4 pieces Fancy Foulard Bereges;
1 piece Black Tamarteen j
6 pieces Colored Cambrick ;
5 pieces Paper do.;
% doz. Black Lace Veils;
doz. Black Lace Mantles, very cheap;
2 doz. French Corsets;
2 doz. Ryan's Heeled Gaiters;
2 doz. White Berlin Gloves;
10 doz. New style Skirt Braid ;
4 gross Fancy Silk Buttons;
1 doz. Brown Shomeretts;
1% doz. Fancy Parasols;
5 pieces New Style Prints; with many other new
Staunton, May 15,1860.
A CARD TO THE PUBLIC !
NEW STOCK OF GOODS.
PIPER 4 FUNKHOUSER are now receiving a
fresh supply of seasonable GOODS, to which they
invite the attention of the public; and we would state
that we can now offer remarkable inducements to
purchasers, as the goods now being received have
been bought on the most advantageous terms.
It is useless to name all the kinds of goods, and
will simply say our stock is now again full and com
plete, and arrangements bave been made to receive
weekly additions to the stock, therefore we can with
confidence invite all who want any kind of Dry
Goods to call.
Staunton, May 15,1860.
GLASS BOWLS of various sizes, with and without
Covers. Also Salvers, Molasses Cans, Pickle
Dishes, and various other articles of Glass Ware for
sale by L. B. WALLER.
Staunton, April 17,1860.
rrX>BACCO.— I have just added one Hundred Buts
JL of Tobacco, of various Brands, to my present
tock, which will be sold at a very small advance.—
Call and Examine before purchasing elesewhere.
Jan. 24, 1860 J. B. EVANS.
P ~LOUGH CASTlNGS.—Livingston's wrought and
cast Shears, and a variety of other plough cast
ings always on hand at the Staunton Foundry.
A. J. GARBER 4 CO*
Stauntou Sept. 13, 1860.
ARNESS OIL, for greasing leather. Also MA
CHINE OIL, for sale by
DR. H. S. EICHELBERGER.
7*~DOZi:N ROCKING CHAIRS, from g1.50 up
j 0 wards. Also a large lot of FURNITURE which I
can sell very cheap. A. D, CHANDLER.
I SUuuU-n, July 19,1859,
FOUNDED 1832. CHARTERED 1854.
Corner of Baltimore and Charles Sts.,
THE LARGEST, MOST ELEGANTLY FURNISH
ED AND POPULAR COMMERCIAL COL
LEGE IN THE UNITED STATES.
Students in ATrENDANCE from Nearly Every
State in the Union.
EVERY YOUNG MAN should write for one of
those Large and Beautiful Ornamented Circulars
representing the External and Interior View of the
BALTIMORE COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, Pen
manship, &c, which will be sent by return mail, free
of charge, with Catalogue containing List of Students,
Terms of Tuition, Opinions ol the Press on our new
system of Book-Keeping, etc.
E. K. LOSIER, Principal—Lecturer on the Science of
Accounts, Business, Customs, etc.
J. M. PHILLIPS, Professor of Book-Keeping and
H. H. DAVIES, Associate Prof, of Book-Keeping.
N. C. JOHNSON, Professor of Penmanship.
S. T. WILLIAMS, ESQ., Mercantile law.
REV. E. Y. REESE, D. D. Commeicial Ethics.
Hon. John P. Kennedy, Hon. Joshua Vansant,
Hon. Thomas Swarm, Wm. H. Keighler, Esq.,
Jacob Trust Esq., William Knabe, Esq.
The time usually required to complete the full
course from 8 to 12 weeks.
Large Circulars and Catalogues stating terms, Ac,
sent by mttil free of charge. Address
E. X LOSIER, Baltimore, Md.
June 21,1859—1y. •" ,
JMTISTS'. PJIIJITTEnS', JtJTD
THE subscriber, has constantly on hand a full
assortment of materials for the use of Artists,
Painters and Photographers. Also on hand a
large assortment of STERESCOPIC INSTRUMENTS
and VIEWS embracing every variety of Foreign and
American Landscapes, Statuary, Parlor and Rural
Groups, &c. The beauty and interest of the Stere
scopic Views upon the"parlor table furnish a never
ending source of entertainment both to visitors and
the home circle.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS supplied on the most
liberal terms. W. A. WISONG,
No. 2, N. Liberty Street, Baltimore, Md.
POULTNEY & TRIMBLE.
200 Baltimore St., Balto., Md.
REVOLVERS, PISTOLS of all kinds—Adams, Al
len's and Colt's Revolvers. A new 7 Shooter
weighing only 7 ounces which wads with cartridges,
is half the size of Colt's and very effective. Wads,
Caps, Flasks, Pouches, Drinking Cups and Flasks, and
all sporting goods at exceeding low prices for CASH.
Orders per mail receive immediate attention.
A large assortment of common and fine SKATES
and Sleigh Bells. POULTNEY k TRIMBLE.
Baltimore, Dec. 20, 1859-—lomo.
JBALTIMOPwE SAFE MANUFACTORY.
THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS in all kinds of prop
erty saved in these Safes, that never failed to
preserve their contents. i
Factory Dorance St., Providence, R. 1.,
And 159, North St., Baltimore, Md.
Salesroom 16, South Charles St.
%3g™ For sizes and prices send for a Circular.
&3?" All Safes warranted to give satisfaction.
L. H. MILLER,
No. 16, South Charles Street,
Oct. 18, 1859. Baltimore Md.
GtOJLmTD jyLIKTES 2!
GREAT DISPLAY AT
WHITE'S OLD STjIJYD.
THE NEW YORK BAZAAR
IS NOW OPENING
THE LARGEST AND MOST ELEGANT STOCK
OF DRY GOODS
Comprising the most suitable and Fashionable For
eign and Domestic
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, &c, &c.
ON account, of the speedy sale of my first stock, I
have again ventured to lay in a very handsome
assortment of all kinds of
which were selected in Foreign Markets, with great
care and experience, which I will sell at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
and at lower rates
THAN ANY HOUSE IN THE VALLEY,
as my connection with Foreign Markets, afford me
che facility for doing so. I have also added a large
stock of LADIES' AND CHILD It ENS SHOES,
which were expressly ordered for this market, and
which I will 3ell on the most accommodating terms..
Isgp~ Come and examine for yourselves. „JgJ
MY STOCK IS NOW READY TO ASTON
ISH THE WOULD.
C. L. SICHER,
White's old stand, Cor. Beverly & New Sts.
Staunton, May 1, 1860.
GREAT BARGAINS IN
m WATCHES & JEWELKYJL
fjj JUST RECEIVED FROM Jg£
NEW YORK So PHILADELPHIA.
BEGS leave to thank the public of Staunton and vi
cinity for the large share of their patronage they
have bestowed upon him during the last few years,
and hopes by this time they are fully aware that he
keeps ouly such goods as are of the best make and
Among my goods are to be found
Gents' and Ladies' GOLD WATCHES, with enam
eled Cases and Diamond Sets;
SILVER WATCHES of all descriptions, varying iL
• prices from $5 to $65;
Also SILVER SPOONS of the best make;
JEWELRY of all styles and quality.
Also a variety ol SILVER PLATED WARE, such
Castors, Fruit Baskets, Saltcellars, Spoons, Ac.
Gold, Silver and Plated SPECTACLES,
With a large assortment of all styles of CLOCKS.
all of which will be sold at the lowest Cash prices st
the old stand of David S. Hare's Jewelry Store,
next door to P. U. Trout 4 Co.'s Drug Store, Main
Street. A. LANG'.
J3*T" Old Silver taken in exchange as Cash.
p. S.— Repairing done as usual in the best style
and short notice. All work warranted, at most rea
Staunton, Nov. 1, 186 U.
HEAT BARGAINS!—I am now opening,
from the last New York Trade Sales and Lots
closed out at importing Houses, tho gioatest bargains
in fashionable Dress Goods, Millinery, Silk and Lace
Mantles, Ribbons, Mitts, Hosiery, White Goods, Para
sols and Jewelry, ever before ottered in the Valley.—
Just think ot it—
Splendid Dross Goods, at 10 and cents $yard.
Silk Parasols only 50 cents.
Silk Mitts, only 12% coots.
500 pair Ladies' Hose, at 10 cents a pair.
300 Silk and Lace Mantles, from $1.50 to $10 apiece,
5000 yards Silk Ribbons, at half price
. 300 pair heeled Lasting Gaiters, (worth $2.50) at
500 Silk, Crepe and Straw Bonnets, at City pricqj.
For good bargains call at the popular Store of
D. J. GOLDENBERG,
Staunton, May 15, 1860. next door to Post Office.
SPECIAL CARITfO THE LADIES.—
We would respectfully inform you, that in a ve
ry short time, we will have one of the finest and most
desirable stocks of NEW DRESS GOODS, we have ev
er ottered before. , .
Some new style Dress Goods are just now being in
troduced in New York for the first time.
We would also remind you that all "Fancy Goods
are at least from ten to fifteen per cent, cheaper than
they were three weeks ago, and you shall have the ad
vantage of the fall.
OT Wait and see for yourselves.
Afull Catalogue of Goods will be given when they
are received. Respectfully, ' .....hlii
PIPER k FOKHOUSER.
Staunton, April 3, 1860. _•___
EW BOOKS.—Lectures on the English Lan
guage, by Georgei IV Marsh; The Pioneers,
Preachers and People of the Mississippi Valley, by
Wm. Henry Millburn; The Biblical Keason Why ;
Life's Morning; Life's Evening; Gold I oil, Hammer
ed from Popular Proverbs, by Timothy TUcomb; The
Still|Hours,or Communion with God.by Austin Phelps.
Staunton, May 1.1860. R. CO vyAN._g
OR HARVKNT.-'-Vc have on hand a good
supply of Amk..H.,n's »od Northern Grain Cra
dles, English and AnwrioM <;™"> an( ' o,as3 Scythes,
Snaths Whet BtofiM, Killon. Kukes, Ac.
bnatns, WLcimoi WOODS A GILKESON.
Staunton, Jon.- I '. L 8&0.
— EFRIOER A TOKS.-The "Dr. Kane" Refrig
erator* an 1 a variety of Water Coolers. Also a
I Staunton, June 12,1860,
SAITL. W. HARWOOD,
Governor St., Richmond,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
FURNITURE AND WAITRESSES.
THE Farmers and Planters, and all others in want
of Furniture and Mattresses, manufactured by
the most experienced workmen, and of the best mate
rials, will find it to their interest to examine my stock
befor#buying, as I have recently reduced my prices.
You will find —
Rosewood Parlor Sets, Oak Chamber Sets,
Walnut " " Cottage Furniture,
Rosewood Chamber Sets, Mahogany Sets,
Walnut " " Mantel Mirrors,
Mahogony " " What-nots,
Bedsteads, Etegeres, _
Bureaus, Children's Chairs,
Wardrobes, Jenny Lind Bedsteads,
)rV ashstands, Cribs and Cradles,
Tables, Recumbent Chairs,
Chairs. Centre Tables,
Sideboards, Feather Beds,
Tete-a-tctes, Writing Desks,
Sofas, Fancy Chairs,
Book-Cases, Work Tables,
Dining Tables, Lounges.
Rocking Chairs, Piano Stools,
Mattresses, Office Chairs.
April 17,1869— ly.
TO THE CITIZENS OF STAUNTON.
DENNIS & BROTHER,
BEG to inform the citizens of Staunton andvicinity,
that they are now prepared to execute every de
scription of Silk, Cotton or Woollen DYEING or
CLEANSING as well as can be done in New York, or
elsewhere. We have new Machinery and the very best
of Workmen, and guarantee to give satisfaction to our
patrons. Merino Silk and Delain Dresses dyed into
fashionable colors, to suit the taste of the owners;
Shawls of every description dyed and cleansed; Crape
Shawls dyed Scarlet, Crimson or other colors equal
to imported; Velvet dyed nearly equal to new; Silk
Dresses cleaned, and grease or wine stains removed.
We intend to do our work equal to any establishment
in the United States, and respectfully solicit the pat
ronage of the citizens of Staunton and vicinity.
N. B, — Gentlemen's Garments cleaned and dyed to
look like new. DENNIS k BRO.,
Successors to J. W. Hinks,
Franklin St., opposite Metropolitan Hall,
Richmond, May 5,1858. Richmond. Va.
HARTMAN'S NO. 1 AMMONIATED
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
Manufactured expressly for the Farmers and Planters
of Virginia and North Carolina, by
S. HARTMAN, Richmond, Va.
THIS Super-Phosphate of Lime contains a large
per centage of Ammonia, and is one of the best
and cheapest fertilizers ever offered the public, adapt
ed to Wheat, Corn, Oats, Tobacco, and all Vegetables,
Grasses, &c, usually cultivated in this country. This
Manure produces all the immediate effects of Guano,
besides leaving a permanent benefit to the soil. A
pamphlet containing a treaties on Super-Phosphate of
Lime, with its analysis, testimonials, certificates. &c,
with directions for its application, will be sent gratis
to any person, on application by mail or otherwise.
This Super-Phosphate of Lime is put up securely in
barrels for shipment. Six barrels to the ton, at $40
per ton of 2,000 lbs.
The above Fertilizer may be had of Messrs. Guy k
Waddell, Staunton, Va. S. HARTMAN.
Aug. 30, 1859.
Photograph and Fine Art Galleries,
No. 197, Main St., Richmond, Oppo. Custom House,
and Sycamore Street, Petersburg, Va.
HAVING furnished myself with every facility for
getting up pictures of all kinds, in the most ar
tistic style, I feei assured that I can satisfy the most
critical taste. I wish the people of Virginia to be ad
vised of the fact—which is not generally known—that
at either of my Galleries they can procure any style of
picture that can be gotten in New York or any other
Northern city. I am taking life-size PhotogTaphs
which are colored in Oil, by which means a perfect
likeness and a most beautiful picture is secured. The
same effect can be produced from small Daguerreo
types or Miniatures, which, for effect and durability,
equal the best Portraits; small size Photographs,col
ored in water colors, making a softness and delicacy
of finish, highly pleasing; and in Ambrotyping I
think I can exhibit specimens which are the very per
fection of the Alt.
Richmond, Sept. 21,1858—1y
1860. SPRING TRADE. 1860.
GOVERNOR STREET, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
OFFERS for sale the following articles, of
his own manufacture, viz : S3k
Tin Ware of all kinds, 49^
Sheet Iron and Copper Ware,
Cast and Sheet Iron Stoves for wood, 12 varieties,
Sheet Iron Stoves for wood, 12 "
Cast aud Sheet Iron Stoves for coal, 10 "
The Brilliant Gas Burner, 3 sizes,
Portable Hunters, 4 "
Portable Grate, S "
Diamond Radiator, 8 "
Factory Stoves, 8 "
Richmond Portable Furnace, 8 "
Licorice Boilers, for wood and coal, 5 "
Portable Ovens, 6 "
§s|r Also, constantly for sale, the most popular
Stoves, Ranges and Heaters now made, and repairing
pieces for the same always on hand.
Richmond, March 27,1860—1y.
155 Main Street, Corner of 12th,
INVITES the attention of wholesale buyers to his
large stock, embracing all articles in his line—con
sisting in part of—
Superior Indigo Epsom Salts
Extract Logwood Varnishes
Dye Woods Window Glass
Madder Paints. Oils
Alum, Borax White Lead
Copperas . Brushes of all kinds
Bi Carb. Soda Choice Perfury
Patent Medicines Smoking Tobacco, Ac.
Also a fine assortment of Combs, Tooth Brushes,
Colognes, Fancy and Toilet Soaps, kc, kc Prices
low to cash and punctual dealers, and particular at
tention paid to packing and forwarding.
March 15. 1859. W. PETERSON.
MITCHELL So TYLER,
WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLERS,
NO. 108 MAIN ST., RICHMOND, VA.
OUR friends and the Southern Public generally
are hereby informed, that to meet the demand,
we have largely increased our stock of G3k
Also, Military Equipments. In this depart
ment, our assortment is complete, embracing: Regu
lation Swords, Epaulettes, Sashes, Buttons, Laces and
all other Trimmings for Uniforms.
OT Watch Repairing done in the best manner,
by superior workme-n.
}S) China, Glass & Earthenware, |tt
%&> NO. 117, MAIN STREET, iff
W RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
I HEREWITH beg leave to inform my friends and
the public generally, that I am now in receipt of
myjSpring STOCK ov GOODS, larger and more varied
than it has ever before been ; embracing Decorated
and gold Band Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets; Plates,
Dishes, Pitchers, Ornaments, &c, &c. Also White
China and Granite of the best shapes and styles in
sets and by the single piece. My stock for the
Wholesale Trade has been selected with great
care, and I feel assured, that I can sell as low as any
repacking I ouse in the United States, as I receive my
goods direct from the manufacturer.
A call is respectfully solicited.
O. B. TAYLOR.
Richmond, March 13, IB6o—t26July.
RICHMOND, VA. "
OLD Pictures copied lifesize, colored in oil or water
colors. Large size Ambrotypes 50 cents to $25.
Pictures framed, £0.
March 27, 1860.—9m05.
A. C. PULLIAM, E. P. PULLIAM, K. WEISIGER.
PULLIAM & CO.,
AUCTIONEERS FOR SALE OF SEGROES.
ODD FELLOWS HALL, FRANKLIN ST.,
Daily Sales—Public and Private.
We pledge our strictest attention to the business en
trusted to us, and will answer all commu
PORTER ALWAYS AT EACH DEPOT.
Richmond, May 15,1860-ly.
NOTICE.— The firm of PULLIAM k BETTS hav
ing this day ceased. WM. H. BETTS will con
tinue in the NEGRO AUCTION BUSINESS, and has
taken into co-partnership with him E. J. GREGORY.
They will conduct the business under the firm of
BETTS & GREGORY, at their salesroom on Franklin
street, 4 doors below Wall street, and about 1 square
below the former office of Pulliam k Betts, and res
pectfully solicit a continuance of the patronage which
was io liberally extended to Wm. H. Betts while in
tha firm of Pulliam k Betts.
They have obtained the services of Mr. Busreod W.
Elmore as Clerk, who hag ah interest in the business.
WM. H. BETTS,
Richmond, May 22,1860—1y E. J. GREGORY.
CAST, SHEAR and ENGLISH BLISTER STEEL
—In Store and for sale by
CLARKSON & ANDERSON.
Richmond Feb. 1. 106, Main St.
BENCH _ MOUTDING~"PLANES ofsupcrior
quality, in store and for sale by
CLARKSON k ANDERSON,
Kiel mead- F«b. 7. 106, Main St,
FOR FAMILY USE.
WILL MEND ARTICLES IN
WOOD, LEATHER, CROCKERY, GLASS, IVORY,
BONE, ALABASTER, MARBLE, RUBBER,
GUTTA PERCHA, CLOTH, PAPER, PA
PIER MACHE, SHELL, HORN, BONE,
PLASTER, &C, &C.
INDEED there is scarcely an article in the whole
range of domestic economy, whether it be for use
or ornament, which, when broken, cannot with this
preparation be restored to its original value. It chal
lenges the world for its superior. It is indispensible
in every House, Workshop, and Counting-room, and
no person, after a trial of Starr's Chemically Prepar
ed Glue, would willingly dispense with it for four
times its cost. It is always ready, and always relia
ble. It is not offensive to the smell, and is not affect
ed by climate, and where known has become a fixed
The attention of dealers and consumers is invited
to the following testimonials regarding its superior
Newark, Nov. 20,1859.
"After a faithful trial of STARR'S PREPARED
GLUE on Wood, Leather and Cloth, at the Phenix
Works, I" most cheerfully recommend its use for all
purposes generally required, and especially for family
use. 0. A. CARTER. "
"We, the undersigned having tested Starr's Pre
pared Glue, agree with the above recommendation.
"WM. B. DOUGLASS, Cabinet Ware Manufacturer,
Newark, N. J.
"LYSANDER WRIGHT, Machine Depot, 230, Mar
ket St., Newark, N. J.
"HEDENBURG k LITTEL, Carriage Manufacturers,
Newark, N *J.
'•WM. H. KIRK k CO., Carpenters and Builders,
Newark, N. J. '
"LEVERICH & ENDERS, Carriage Makers, New
ark, N. J."
Starr's Chemically Prepared Glue is sold by all
Druggists, Furniture Dealers, Grocers, Fancy Goods
Dealers, Hardware Dealers, Stationers, and by coun
try Merchants generally.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
A brush goes with each bottle.
Put up for dealers in cases from 1 to 12 dozen.
A splendid Lithographic Show Card, printed in col
ors, given with each package.
Allorders or letters of inquiry by mail addressed
to the STARR GLUE COMPANY,
51, Liberty St.. N. V.,
Will receive prompt attention. OT A liberal dis
count to the trade.
April 17, 1860.—1 y.
Lynchburg Hose and Fire
THE capital of this company has recently been in
creased by a subscription of
making the present Capital and Surplus of over
J. R. McDanikl, President, I J. M. Cobbs, Vice Pres.
G. B. Thurmax, Chief Eng. | C. T. Willis, Secretary.
J. 0. Williams, Treasurer.
Jno. Otey Taylor, I James Payne,
Jno. T. Davis, W. T. Anderson,
S. H. McKinney, Wm. H. Stratton,
M. S. Langhorne, C. R. Slaughter,
Acting as agent for the company, I am prepared to
receive applications and issue policies against loss or
damage by fire, on terms as favorable as the nature
of the Risk and the real security of the insured and
of the company will warrant. A. E HUFF,
Gen. Ag't for the State of Va.
The Lynchburg Hose and Fire Insurance Company
is insuring Slaves for one or four years, upon the most
reasonable terms. Persons wishing to effect insu
rance upon the lives of their Servants or Property,
can do so by applying to Wm. M. Gut. Assist Ag't,
Staunton, Va., or to A. E. HUFF,
April 17, 1860. Gen. Ag't, Salem, Va.
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS AND AMBRO
TYPES.—In the Old Bell Tavern, near the Vir
ginia Hotel, R. J. RANKIN is now taking the finest
Photographs, on an improved style, which can't be
beat in the United States. Also Ambrotypes as fine
as can be made. Ladies and Gentlemen, if you want
to see your beauty as it really exists, come to Rankin's
Gallery, in the "(Md Bell," and he will take it in all
lip All styles of Fancy Cases on hand. Pictures
taken at all prices. JST Instructions given in the
Art. [Staunton, Jan. 25.1859.
WHEN ARE GOOD TIMES COMING ?
—When the people of Virginia turn their at'
tention to Home Industry. HENRY HUGHES takes
this opportunity of returning his thanks to the^_
public for their liberal patronage, and wouldCHjt
inform them that he has just received a fineas-f MJJ
sortment of Material for the manufacture of
Ladies', Hisses'and Children's BOOTS and SHQES
and Gentlemen's Boots, Gaiters and Shoes of every
variety,with neatness and dispatch, and hopes, by in
dustry and readiness to please, to merit the public
Staunton, April 21,1858.
NEW ARRIVAL.—I have just received a large
addition to my stock of HARDWARE, making
my assortment extensive and complete, comprising
articles in use by Farmers, Mechanics and House
keepers, all of which will be sold at the lowest mar
ket rates. Merchants wishing to replenish their
stocks are requested to examine my stock of goods
and prices, as they will be able to parchase at prices
about the same as in the cities, especially in all Amer
ican goods. GEO. E. PRICE.
Staunton, May 1,1860. —Yin copy all.
O THE PUBLIC—The subscriberrespectful
ly informs the public that he is now in the occu
pancy of the House occupied by John B. Scherer, and
that hereafter will be opened at his house a RESTAU
RANT, and that persons from the country, and other
places, can at all times be accommodated with PRO
VISIONS, for themselves and Horses, kc.
Mr. J. B. Scherer will give his personal attention to
customers. WM. WHOLEY.
Staunton, Ap. 28, 58.
NEW OOODS !
WE are now in receipt of the largest and most de
sirable stock of DRY GOODS. GROCERIES,
QUEENS WAKE, HATS, SHOES AND WOODEN
WARE, that we have ever had the pleasure of offer
ing for sale in this market.
TAYLOR & HOGE,
Next Door to Central Bank.
Staunton, April 10,1860.
WE have our new SILVER SODA FOUNTAIN
in operation. As our aparatus is made entirely
of Dlock tin, heavily plated with silver, and having no
brass cocks or connections, we can make a delicious
article free from the brassy taste.
Staunton, May 8, 1&60. P. H. TROUT & CO.
Fresh Garden Seed!
For sale by
DR. H. S. EICHELBERGER.
Staunton, April 3,1860.
TATIONERY.-Foolscap, Legal, Ladies French,
English and American PAPER. Also Pens, Pen
cils, Envelopes, Visiting Cards, Portfolios, Blank
Books, and every article usually kept by Stationers
can be purchased at very reduced prices at
WALLER'S New Store.
Staunton, April 17, 1860. Beverly Street.
ENTAL NOTICE.—Wm. Chapman has re
moved his office to the old Bell Tavern, near the
Virginia Hotel, and opposite Brandeburg's Corner,
and adjoining Rankin's Daguerrean Gallery, where he
will be pleased to see his friends and costomers.
Staunton, Jan. 31, 1860.
rpOBACCO.—We are now in receipt of the largest
JL and best assorted supply of Tobacco ever offered
to dealers in this section of the State, and among other
choice brands, we have on hand a large supply of the
Natural Bridge. R. J. GLE'NDY.
Staunton, Aug. i), '59. Per C. T. Cochran.
r A BBLS. Retined and Brown SUGARS; 30 bags
DU Java, Laguira aud Rio COFFEE; 15 bbls. Syr
uo and Molasses, just received and for sale 'ow at
P J TAYLOR 4 HOGE'S.
Staunton, April 10, 1860.
rjyi PAIR Mer's, Women's, Misses' and Boys'
Mini SHOES just received and for sale low at
TAYLOR A HOGE'S.
Staunton, April 10, 1860.
ABBLB TOP CENTRE TABLES—A nice arti
cle. Also 25 dozen Cane Seat Chairs. Call and
see tbem at CHANDLER'S.
Staunton. July 19,1»59.
rjf\ DOZEN TUMBLERS of different shapes and si
( \J zes just received and for sale by
Siaur.ton, April 17,1860. L. B. WALLER. _
EAL THREAD.lilack French Lace, Hernani and
other VEILS of splendid quality at
Staunton. April 3,60 D. A. KAYSER'S.
OCT A MANCHESTER COTTON YARN, all
ZO\) No.'sat TAYLOR & HOGE'S.
Staunton. April 10,1860.
I SLOWER SEEDS of every variety, for sale by~
! Staunton, March 13. P. H. TROUT ACO
VIRGINIA CENTRAL r7 RQAD.
jtf_j__j(i@ fiSB jZTI'T'J
OT NEW ARRANGEMENT ! _&
THE MAIL AND PASSENGER TRAINS will not
be run after this date between Gordonsville and
Staunton on SUNDAYS, but will be run daily ba
tween Gordonsville and Richmond.
They will connect at Gordonsville with the Orange
and Alexandria Train for Charlottesville, Lynchburg
On and after Friday, April the 6th. the
Jftail and Passenger Train
West of Staunton, will
Leave Staunton for Jackson's Rivor on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, at 2.45, p. m!
Leave Jackson's River on Mondays, Wednesdays and
Fridays, at 5.15, p m.
FREIGHT TRAIN, WITH PASSENGER CAR
Will leave Waynesboro'on Mondays, Wednesdaysand
Fridays, at 7.45, a . m .
Leaves Staunton same days for Jackson's River,
at 9.45, a. na.
Leaves Jackson's River on Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays at 8.00 a. in.
Leaves Staunton for Waynesboro', 3.30 p. m.
Passengers for poiats'West of Staunton, who de
sire to go directly through by the Mail Train, will
take the train on either Tuesdays, Thursdays or Sat
urdays. THOS. DODAMEAD,
Office V. C. R. R. Company, ) Gen. Sup't.
Richmond, April 4, iB6O, j
April 10, 1860.
ECLECTIC MEDICAL INFIRMARY,
ALBEMARLE COUNTY, VIRGINIA.
DR. HENRY M. PRICE, (formerly Professor in
S. B. Medical College of Georgia,) is prepared
to receive and treat patients afflicted with the follow
ing chronic and supposed incurable forms of diseases.
He uses concentrated vegetable remedies, baths, kc.
Cancer, Neuralgic Affections,
Scrofula, Diseases of Kidneys, Ac,
Ulcers, Liver Complaint,
Fistula, Dropsical Affections,
Chronic Female Complaints.
OT A fair value will be paid for all negroes afflict
ed when not too old.
A few young men will be taken as Office Student*
at $200 per annum for Board and Instruction, pay
ble in advance.
Terms: —Medical a'tendance,Board, Medicines, $15
per week, payable in advance.
jjgp° Extra charge for Cancer.
Oct. 11, 1859—1y.
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.
WE have leased for a term of years the commodi
ous and convenient Stables attached to the
Virginia Hotel, in Staunton, where we mM\
intend to keep constantly on hand for
sale the finest HORSES* that can be
procured. J. S. Byers has experience yj\_ T
and qualifications as a horse dealer, VKSUm
which are well known to the public. As our business
is to be one of years no pains will be spared to obtain
and keep the public patronage.
We also take Horses on Livery. In a few weeks
the Stabling will be increased to accommodate 400
horses. Capable and attentive Ostlers have been em
ployed. The County custom is solicited. Drivers
areinvited to stop wiih us.
In connection with this Stable we shall keep Hacks,
Buggies and Saddle Horses, constantly for hire—our
Vehicles being all new, with fine Horses, we confi
dently solicit'public patronage.
J. S. BYERS & CO.
N. B. Nicking and Bobbing done by an experi
enced hand. BYERS k CO.
Jan. 21. 1860
CHEAP GROCERIES !
A. M. BRUCE,
R. G. BICKLE»S CORNER, STAUNTON,
OFFERS FOR SALE VERY LOW *
SALT, N. 0. aid Cuba Molasses, Extra Golden Syr
up, Rio, Laguira, and Old Government Java Cof
fee, Green and Black Teas, Loaf, Crushed, Powdered,
C, Extra C Coffee and Bright N. 0. Sugar, English
Dairy and Pine Apple Cheese, No. 1 Herring, (new,)
Potomac Shad, (new,) No. 1, 2, and 3 Mackerel, Cod
Fish, Sugar Cured Bacon Hams, Soap, Adamantine
and Tallow Candies, Rice, Pure Pearl Starch, Stone,
Wood and Willow Ware, Cotton Yarn, Tobacco, Ci
gars, Confectioneries, kc, kc
Also Old Rye Whiskey, Cognac Brandy, Peach
Brandy, Holland Gin, Wines of all kinds and Grades,
Champagne Cider, Philadelphia and London Porter,
Philadelphia and Scotch Ale. A. M. BRUCE,
Corner of Beverly and Augusta Sts.
Staunton, May 29, 1860.
HE RED FLAG STORE, ONNEW ST.,
Opposite Beck's, has the greatest bargains in
Fashionable Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats and Caps
ever before offered in this market, such as
Fine Black Cloth Coats for $5 00
Fine Black U. Cassimere Pants, $2 00
Fine Black Satin Vests, $2 00
Summer Coats, $1 00 ; Summer Pants, 11 00; Sum
mer Vests, *t 00
Beautiful Cassimeres and Tweeds, in full and bro
ken suits, very low ;
Hats and Caps, surprisingly cheap; -^
150 pair tine and medium Boots, from $1 00 up;
200 pair Shoes, Gaiters and Ties, from 75 cts. up ;
J5£F" For superior Goods and Great Bargains call at
THE RED FLAG
Opposite Beck's Restaurant.
Staunton, May 22, iB6O.
A NEW STORE.
THE subscriber opened to-day, next door to the
Post Office, in Staunton, a splendid stock of
DRY GOODS, FANCY ARTICLES, JEWELRY aku
MILLINERY, which lie will sell for Cash, much be
low the usual prices, such as All boild Silks at
cents, Challies and Delaines, from 12% cents up, re
al fine, All Linen Handkerchiefs at 12>£ cents, Silk
and Velvet Ribbons at half price, 300 Dress Patterns,
of 10 yards each, beautiful Prints at 75 cents, 800
Hoop Skirts for Ladies, Misses and Children, from
25 cents up, the new style "Southern Beauty," 80
Steel-springs, $1,75; and everything else in propor
U3JT" For great Bargains such as have never been
sold before in Staunton, please call at
D. J GOLDENBERGS,
Staunton, April 10,1860.__ next door to the P. O.
H" ATS ANDCAPS.—-The undersigned is now
receiving from the Northern Cities a
larsc supply of fashionable HATS AND
CAPS of alfkinds and qualities, including £Msmm
handsome Straw and other Summer Hats, „
which he is offering cheaper than has erer been sold
in this market before, for Cash. He has also on hand
an assortment of Riding Hats for Ladies, and flats for
Girls—which will be sold very low. He respectfully
solicits a coll from his old customers, and the public
gene ally, feeling assured that no one will go away
without being pleased, both as to the quality and th»
price of the article mentioned.
Platted Hats for Servants at 16% cents each.
Agent for M. G. Harman.
Staunton, April 24,1860—tf.
THE subscribers having made large additions to
their old established Livery by
building, and purchasing NEW YE-
HICLES, are prepared to accomino- | Mj ililti_ _
date all who. may wish to take a pleas-
ant ride. We have also made arrange-
mentstoFEED HORSES; and our country friends
are respectfully solicited to give us a call, promising
that they shall have their horses well provided for.
OT Buggies, Hacks and Riding HoaSESalwayson
hand for hire. THOS. J. BURKE 4 CO.
Staunton, April 10. 1860.
A. A. GRUBERT,
BoC, SoG., &C,
Greenville, jtugusta Co mi Va.
pri! 2, 1 ,860—1y.
TO overcome a complaint—a nuisance—too often
met with. "Coming off of the Paper," I pro-*?
a pose to all who will favor me with their custom £
;«an advantage very acceptable : —No payment for"
g Paper-hanging beiore a certain time—say a-2
5 bout three months—has shown that that paper >
£ sticks to his party.
g lam still engaged in the Binding of Books of 3
a any sort and any style—new or old —at a satisfac- ?
tory rate. FRANK PRUEFER,
Staunton, March 6. Opposite Baptist Church.
PRING AND SUMMER CLOTHINgTZ
We are now receiving our Spring and Summer
Clothing, and would call the attention of Customers
and the public to the same. We have also on hand a
very large lot of GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
consisting of Shirts, Collars, Drawers, Cravats, Socks,
Handkerchiefs, 4c, which we believe will meet tho
demands of all.
tW All Goods guaranteed as represented.
~ ROAN 4 ALBY,
Under North Wing Va. Hotel.
Staunton, April 3, IB6o.—Vin copy
"IdrTw. b. young,
DRUGS, MEDICINES, PAINTS,
OILS, DYE-STUFFS, CHEMICALS, BURNING
FL UID, DAG UERREOTYPE MA TERI
ALS, ALL KINDS TOILET AND
ALSO, COAL OIL AND LAMPS,
Staunton, July 19, 135H-
EV% TOJIACCONIST.—I havetaken thestora
I room lately occupied by Wm. Barkn.un, and im
mediately opposite the Virginia Hote v . where will be
found a general assortment ot TOBACCO, SEGARS
SNUFF, PIPES, and all articles ÜBuaiiy kept iv h
wholesale and retail Tobacco Store. By "prompt at
tention to business, and determination to give entire
satisfaction, i hope to merft and receive ..share of the
public patronage. C.S.JENKINS. *
Staunton, Feb. 1.1559.
RITANNIA ICE PITCUERS. -A few just
received and for Sale by < L. jj # WALLER.
Staunton, Mty 7 !S6O.