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A LADY'S CHALLBNOB,
AMD
HOW ITENDED.
UY » BTOZIS APM-at*."
I[cr»»ctcDßt>.J
Tanner wheeled iastaatly and naed on Mies
flllie a glance that was ißtended to search the
»ry depths of her soul. Bnt he only saw a
niting nnd mischievous young lady.
" Well, that «*< cool," said hs at length.
"Ifot snore cool than true.-*
"And yon can trial* me fail ia lore with
ou I"
•• I can."
■ 1 dare yon."
••No lady of spirit ever took a dare. But,
i shove you what faith I have ia my obarnu,
will be tbe challenger. I dare you not to Ml
i love with me."
" I accept tbe challenge."
" I must make one stipulation."
"Ob! yon are trying to get off—you ere
iching ont."
" Not the least bit, as you will see, sir. If I
n to make you mil in love with me, I mu-t
are the opportunity."
" What do you mean by ' opportunity t'"
" That I 'shall see you ; which means, that
ou shall visit me."
** Yon are quite right. That is nothing mors
tea fair. 1 wilt visit yon."
"Not once a month, or once a week; but
f ten—intimately."
* I agree to that, too."
• Then we understand each other ?"
" Yes. lam to c*ome once a day to see you."
" Twice, if you like. Tbe oftener tbe better
>r me."
"Of course."
*• It is a bargain,then I"
« A bargain."
" Give me your band on it."
John did as he was bidden. Miss Willie
ad a band which any man would delight to
lake. As she pulled off her glove, Jobn was,
>r the first time, struck with its diminutive
-OS and perfect form. Nor did the gentle
reesure she gave bim in sealing the bargain
iter fere at all with the f vorable opinion he
ad formed of that little hand. As she held
is own quite fearlessly, she said archly.
•*Tbis is but the beginning of tbe end. I
111 make yon give me this hand at the altar
ifore I have done witb you."
"Ot>! I said nothing about marrying you,"
plied Tanner gravely.
"Don't be alarmed, sir. Yon shall not mar
• me unless I choose."
"It seems to me that I mi*ht have some,
ing to say in the matter."
"Only to make the proper responses to the
in ister."
And so they parted. She shot a Parthian
ance at him as she disappeared through tbe
>or of the concert room, leaning on her
ther's arm. Tanner's heart beat faster as
at arrow of light transfixed him, but be
walked merrily homeward, thinking no more
of his adventure witb Miss Willie than he had
thought of many flirtations whicb, in former
I years, bad begun auspiciously only to be
broken off at tbe very moment they threatened
to become intensely agreeable. The next morn
tng, though, matters took a graver tnrn, as
they will do under the sober Influences of
every-duy day-light. His word was pledged,
there was no drawing: back—he must visit
MirM Willie, and vim her that very day.
Tanner was not vain, and yet be could not
eecape an ugly premonition as of something
evil, that could not be escaped if he carried out
bis bargain to the very letter. Nor did it oc
cur to him that the evil of which he seemed
dimly forewarned would do much Injury to
himself. Come what might, it was too late to
debate the propriety or impropriety of hie
course. The die was cast, and he must stand
the hazard of It.
" Well," said he to himself, as he ascended
the steps that led Into Miss Willies house,
"welt, if she can make me fall In love with
her, ahs will do me the greatest possible kind
ness. I'll marry her, and have, as she says, an
aim la life."
His reception was all he could have asked,
and more beside. When a really pretty, well
bred, and exceedingly sensible woman, tries to
make an Impression upon a man, he must be
made of obdurate material indeed, if she alto
gether fail. Of course such a woman has art
enough to conceal ber art even in the moment
of iv most excited and effective action. It was
after midnight when Tanner lingeringly with
. drew from the sound of that swift, captivating
voice,and the splendor of those large, brilliant
eyes.
Next time, it was easy to go.
Next time, still easier.
He began to look forward to bis regular
visit to Miss Willie as the reward of all his
dally troubles.
Was he getting in love ?
He thought so, and the thought gave him
pleasure.
He begun to go twice a day.
People began to talk. His friends plagued
bim about Miss Willie. He smiled, and was
glad 10 be plagued.
One morning, standing on the top step of
the porch, with Miss Willie near him, holding
by the vine-clad pillar with her plump white
arm, and looking roguishly at him. he hesi
tated.
" Well," said she, interpreting his hesitation
" well, tell me. Don't be afraid."
" They say I am in love with you."
"Do they I I'm so glad."
" If you are glad, so am I."
" But do they tell tbe truth ?"
" I declare," said Tanner, with the most lu
dicrous tolemuity, "I don't know. Some
times I think I am in love witb you, and then
again, I know lam not. What do you, think
about it {"
"Me I That t* an odd question. Do I think
you are in love with me. I declare I don't
know. Sometimes I "
"Stop, stop!" said he, "don't quote my
words against me. It is deliriously droll to
hear you do so, but I am serious. Do I love
you I"
" It you did, you would put tbe question in
a different form."
- What form I"
"Instead of saying 'do I love you F- you
would ask, 'do you love me!' and be very
anxious about tbe answer."
" Well, do you love me ?"
" Didn't I .ell you I was going to make yon
marry me I"
"Yea* but that is not answering my ques
tion."
" Well, do you think 1 would marry a man I
didn't love 1"
This Bounded thrillingly sweet to Tanner —
For a time, the only answer be made was with
his eyes. And she gave back look for look. But
he was not con ten i with looks, he wanted what
a woman does not like to give even at the lost:
he wanted words.
" Do you love me, Willie ?"'
Even iv that warm moment, the nature of
the woman was not to bo surprised or forced.
She remembered that before putting this ques
tion, his duly as a gentleman was to bave
mode a distinct, unequivocal avowal of love
on his part. To his extreme wonder and cha
grin, she said,
"Not one bit."
Her tone was firm, calm, deliberate. If she
were piqued. Tanner had not the remotest
•Mi-pici.inof It. Only this be«aw too plainly—
thni her gay miscbievousnesa was gone, and
the calmness that had come in its stead seem
ed by contrast coldness. He toncbed his hat
wi i h that Impatient movement which betokens
something more than dissatisfaction, and went
hia way.
A a for Mias Willie, I have it from good au.
thorlty that she was very angry with Tanner
for two entire days, and then excessively an
gry with herself. His visits bad ceased. But
bis absence was more eloquent than he him
self could possibly have been; but how was
be, who always held that woman was an in
scrutable mystery even to herself, to know
thU J Doubtless ibe fair, mysterious beings
are constructed la a somewhat different man.
ner from the ruder sex, bat not so very differ
ently us to be as incomprehensible as many
would-be students of human nature wonld
nave tbe world of mankind to believe. Buy
•Hi- 7* w tt. < * l,w -**-*---*• tn « character of
w i *:. . * mita *' "» or » profound nor more
44Mdu<e.lu,.u4l!M>7kiiS, i.k... *"
•....tor. rumfiSllSirXJfEll""'
-best ws..ay, and hop. Ind ?ra.7S £•?.£.
aame-if we can. a.all events, fee best w!
can do is to act honestly ee-rselVai a»TiL *
the rent te Him who seadeTSraln
just aad the nninat alike. mmwmm *Wm the
Tanner had that enormous pride wbieb di.
«°ucealsltself thatlt. existence is neverais'
•«£*«*-*.*»•• who are Intimated
lrVL^i U J^^* i9tm,mkM ****** wa-ch un-
ItraTi^riS*"**?.-* - * to -*■***•* *** ontlemon-
W^iV?.^2Jk- M *» w 2 w«»nded to tbe quick
*J"J» Esamiriieaadlathemoraiag. Hehad
no right to be, yet he was. Wbm iat*n.rT».
tion eoßid hs not naa^iaJsiJiLi?™**!*' I**1 **
other thio of CBSi^dfth.^S\S ~dv . C >
ning to end the affair waa a trea*nerouertot
eonosived wltheati-eareeeaßlßgaaTeaecKed
with eoasunarnats ability. He despised the
woman who oould he base enoogh-|dact m
ggggg. *f ■■*■!'.■ yne,eon»cioD, nBM ot «,,
iVlZ**** *? .—a Ity la themselves is gall Bad I
JaTaalahs - *9* Tun
vV4|4el^sfft£2 f t!! , . , • **•. wi4m *••■••»• |„"o |
****■» Ef EM BMfMI only « 9 vanity, snd i**' j
of tbe moat egregion* kind Had she not
candidly owned her designs upon bim?—
jMllfetnmiaa-l u%ummmmmiwm nub" 01 *
ward shame!
tnese qnuß*-srrUUunwu Bim I The loss of conn-
•*?.-!*." Pwwptions, hln own Judg
ment: the distrust, the suspicion of c.cry hu.
!?Sf a , roubd *)**• - Th* ••*"• of inseco-
I,i. t Jir/ ,v !S f .* w, J r of »*' Utathad seamed
??.. *™~r ,a . tn ftl »man nature aa tbe foun
daUons of the globe itself! These are not light,
troubles, come how they may, whether for just
or unjustcause. Tanner ceuld never again he
the maa he had been. Later in nfr, he dis
covered his mistake, and chnnged somewhat
bis opinion of the character of the lady, but It
was too late to alter the conviction be bad for
so many years entertained of ths unwonhi
uess of mankind, and of women in particular.
Doubtless many estrangements—perhaps tbe
majority of them—grow ont of mtsnnd-r
--standings precisely similar to tbe one jnst
narrated. What pain, what life-long solitude,
a trifle may occasion!
Two views may be taken of such cases. If
blind Chance order all the happenings of this
life; or if the countless weaknesses and
foibles of humanity are chargeable witb tbe
great general movement of the moral world,
made up, as it is, of tbe lesser movements of
individual actions: if, in a word, ths human
Will is responsible for all that does not come
of Accident, then, indeed, the bnrthen of
blame must rest on both parties. But, as we
have seeu in the instaaee of Tanner and Miss
Lamar, it may so occur that blame should not
attach to either. With the best possible feel
ings and intentions, their friendship—their
love, if you will—was sundered in the very
act, as it were, of its consummation.
How continually such events happen, not
only between man and woman, bnt between
man and man! May we go behind the most
secret motive:-, arising out of constitutional
peculiarities, which lead to these results, and
seek for some remoter, the most remote, Cause I
If not, we may at least take to heart the lesson
of forbearance, of forgiveness, of the largest
charity toward our fellow man in our inter
course and dealings with bim.
Little else remains to tell. They met on
some public occasion, and were seen prome
nading together during the evening. The gen
tleman soon disappeared from tho gay throng;
the lady remained, but there was a weary look
in her eyes, usually so bright and beaming.
Tanner's position, as 1 regards the goods of
this world and the esteem of his fellow men, is
indeed enviable. And yet I can never bring
him before my mind's eye without missing
from his side a fair figure which, In the old
days, seemed to belong there and there only.
The lady married. She says her husband
indulges her every wish, and—"he is really
very agreeable at times !"
£"2s-» THE "DISPATCH" STEAM
uK-Sa P 0 W E R
VEt INTI.Vii t ) FF IO X,
Corner of Main and Thirteenth Streets, Richmond,
Virginia.
This Establishment, dicing the most complete
Pnntery in the South, hath as rezards Ty pea. Or
naments, 4c, and the latest and most approved
Machine Presses.) i« daily turning out the finest
specimen-, of
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING,
• srrt! as
PAMPHLETS, CIRCt'LARS, BILLS OF LA
TINO, CHECKS, he,
POSTERS, PROGRAMMES f HANDBILLS.
Particular attention given to fine work for Banks,
Public Offices, Insurance, Railroad, and Transpor
tation Companies. Tobacco Factors, Ac.
THE DISPATCH CARD PRESSES.
These new Machines, for Cards, BilMleads,
Small Circulars, Labels, he., are capable of turn
in* .iff law impressions per hour, thereby enabling
the patrons of this establishment to obtain this
description of work at the shortest possible notice.
B~h. Prices reduced in proportion to the increase
ol speed !
~»., Pnntin-r. in various oolorcd BRONZES and
INKS, executed in ttie hifthest stvte of the art.—
tn this branch of the business, the proprietors can
safely challenge competition.
„ OOvaßnV OtsUBBBb SBC.
C' llu>J -C7^^-da jauaubafir of* ~~~ "*
MIDLOTHIAN. LUMP. AVERAGE
-Al SO i naSMITH ' s COAL.
RED and WHITE ASH ANTHRACITE COAL
mhw .. ~ v C.B.LIPSCOMB,
_ mh sb-Ib 14th at., near Mayo a Bridge.
J-bW &&. "A^A *D
i. " KACITt COAL, of liest qua tv. for
ml, (Li » M ' P* WHITING,
mh Sr-Im Near the Petersburg Depot.
ttte^J^'Zi'" I *^^™*******^
lj, th,s COAL. Office on Hth street, next door to
au. Barnaul Hastings' grocery store,
mh gj-li* f. COOK.
C <^i1 f S Kr* T f • , ,,P ric «of Coke until further notice
2~f-Will lie as follows .-
SOFT LUMP COKE , <,««,
SOFT HAIL COKE.ZZZ."Z 5 28
HARDCORE ~ aS
Orders promptly executed at Yards corner 10th
and Cary and 6th and By rd streets. Terms cash.
de U-ts _ J» WERTHVAgent.
OAK AAD PINE WOqw-Seasoned and unl
der shelter, for sale at Coke Yards.
de 12-ts JNO. J. WERTH, Ag't.
rjHARTEB ELECTIONS.-The -Council of
•*"* tiie City of" Richmond have appointed the fOl
-en >i e' 'ntl d..--' 2e 1 .1 ,%.1!,-' , as COM MISSION ERB
Ti.i- C Pr VI,L u CTOKS ~f the CHARTER ELEC
r .IT 8 f° r the P r « s cnt year, in the several Wards
of tne city.
For Jsrr/neoa WxRD.-Joseph Brummell, J. J.
Wttorrn, L. Libbv.A. Cram and T. E. Word, Com
missioners; and R. T. BeaLCauducfsr. The elec
tions to be held at Market Hall.
•Wt R M \i ls Wakd.-E. Shepperson, Jas. A.
flcott. J H. Grant, G. N. Gwathinev and G. W.
Randolph, Commissioners .* and E. H. Chalkley,
C mductor. The elections to be held at the City
Fob Monroe W.kd.-T. Boiidar. T. Barham,
R.P.Daviß, T.vM. Jones, and F. Mattnews, Com
missioners .and Wm N. Kelley, Conductor. The
elections to be held at Laoy's shop, on Broad st.
aa v «, T . e l te : THO -5' LAWSON, C. C. R.
March 20. Latin —
Noth.—According to the late ordinance for "al
tering and definine the boundaries of the Wards "
the eastern line of MADISON WARD begins at
~ ,\?,* B »d-;e, thence running along the middle
ol nth atieet to Broail street; thence across Broad
R3£ i° College street, and along the middle of j
Jkl ■ ? sJ! tre ?»T to Marshall "feet; thence along I
the middle of Marshall street to Hth street; thence
along the middle of Hth street to Shockoe creek •
thence along Stinckoe creek to the eaare n branch
ol said creek, and fh**noe along said eastern branch
MlnißM«4t°™- t Voi ! . ,ue ' ' l r he w fst er n l-oundarv ol
MADISON WARD runs from the corporation line
along the middle of 4th street to Arch street;
thence, in continuation of the line of 4th street, to
the James River and Kanawha Canal; thence up
said Canai to the middle of the street laid out lie
tween the Tredegar Works property and Tate's
old tan yard ; thence along the middle of said last
mentioned street to James river.
.i»i El ". FER *J oi f S' A . Rl) embraces all that part of
the city east of Madison Ward; and MONROE
WARD embraces all that part west of Madison
Ward. [mh at— tdol T L.
LOOK OUT FOX ISO. 'ii lamXili v : iki.i ■"
MnSrF'« 2^ EAl ', KBT *"»HY GOODS
MON D-5,000 yarda handsome pattern Prints at 6
and 8 ots.. worth 12'„; beautiful Lawns at 8 and 12
cts; the richest patterns and the best quality ot
Jaconets. Oncandies, Bereges. at all the lowest
prices; lieaiitiful fancy Silks at 00 cts., worth 15
son.eatS7.fjll.2s and upwards; Bik. Silks, very
good at 65c. and higher prices; Stella Shawls «'l
and nia her, every color, worth three times the
&»««i.i v ' ter '-? t «.?S c; .-? ,lk Mantillas at «160.
jR m am J "SB! # * w -•stlinit elsewhere for double
the money: Silk Parasols and Extension Skirts from
25c upwards, the cheapest in Richmond; the finest
I-rench Needle worked Ladies' Collars 'and Cam
Si?, 0 ,, „ Dd * a 'ha' f **mr value; bleac ed and brown
t'lkl." P i\ lo T c% A e - Muslin, Toweling.
Table Cloth. Oil C oth. Carpeting, Cambrics.
Checks and Swiss Muslins at prices to astonish
everybody ; Ladies* Gaiters, with heels, at «l
9 '-?*L *, c ' ; Morocco. Kid and Goat akin Shoes
with heels, at -1 12' i and huher prices; Misses'"
and Children s Gaiters of every color anu descrip
tion, at all prices. 26c. and upwards; Ladies'fine
HlipßersatSOa.; Men's Slippers at t>2>ic ; line Vel
vet do at We; Oxford Ties, Congress Gaiters,
Calf skin Shoes, Ac , for Mea, Boys and Servants
If you want to save from 25 to 60 per cent , call
without delay at No. 21 Main street.
mh23-lm JQEKI'H BTRsUHfi.
■y GVV ATKIN, new Cash House, corner Bth and
Main streets second door shove, is opening this
!^-" , fV^ pn n«Kr r - Bte *ar-"r h - on - ,We Bt'»w Bon-
L* u .!,Jv? od ".' •?* l ' r , , ' o ris. Veils, handsome Ruohes,
Emb d cambric Bands. Collars, Sleeves, ke. La
dies are requested to caP and see the greatest her
gainsof the s-ason. 1 000 Spring Calico Dresses,
" l ya -? a £^• a . t .! 9, • Extension SkirU, the best
make; Black Silk Mitts. AUo. first rate Blk Silk
at *1 per yard. CHAS. A. G WaTKIN,
Comer Bth and Main ata.
N^Tiv ' : K '' ° *v,°y |ißs - of ijooi) MA"
».u CON.-) ou will please take notice that I have
lust received (and shall continue to receive durins
the season.! a lot of BACON HAMS, which, for
H-ivor, A 0., cannot be surpassed Call or send and
ret them. al. o. ISO fine Beef Tongues, at C2>i cts.:
&°' - , ?r^% , ■ , ! »f superior Family Flour; also. 2u
ba*s of Old Java C. flee, and 2 cheats of very tins
Sreen and Biauk Teas
WM. Q. DANURIDGE, No-lOf* Broad st.
OLB 80-WINio-% « ANItV MANUFACU
MERCBANTBAND
3ITY GROCERS -I hare recently built in ths
ear of my store a large candy factory, for the pur
imss of making superior Refined Candies of a'l
P 1 !?*: . c «?»ntry merchants and city grocers will
»nd it to their lnterea' to Buy candies at my regular
BholeßaU and retlil store, at New York prices.
A. ANTON I. next door to Exchange Bank,
oppoaite Kent, Peine A Co.. 136 Mam st.
r«i i .* J !«rߥ MKRIHAMTa.-Porte
u ■Jg***. < **-ft»*»» BeaSaaiul Pocket-Wal'eu,
Prices. W« have a large assort
*j||3^--_. I =- ir ___ _ll»_Maiß street.
» 6m ffili. N b7^i , l^ U ¥ *»*• Just
jsa ss
f»»«W«in^*-- r *^ ff * s 2«v"'
£ -*»««^Fb§.^
a m^k\ t M *rmmVmmjfi l
CANDIDATES POR OFTICB.
■_'' ' ' ■
tru -■ .xT«*a.gr*."f-*r:iiiiii.i,,.^.^
-auV-sMPAII ,1. 'fc
McCUEBKY.
w h,.•• J. H. McCUILDKY t* Deputy Col'setor of
City Taxes, mh J4-tds
L_ m i, J'tf'-in-Sj, Mar ah E«h, MK3.
CHARLKN CAEPBELL, E84|...
abVja. Db*b Sib :-Withoot intending any re
flection upon others, we express the opinion that
yourservioea as SUPERINTENDENT OF OCR
GAS VTORKfi. are greatly desired.
•As we wish to eaat onr votes for you at the ap
proaching election, we respectfully ask you to an
nounce yourself a candidate for that office.
Verr respectfully, yours,
W. M. Archer, Wm. Nott,
David 8. Watson, Wm. Gray,
R. Archer. J. W. Mcfciel,
Kdward Sinton, lieo. J. Scimmell.
John I'riddy, W. A. Elliott,
woodb'y B. Blgslow, Kdward Kersey.
L. R. Reins. lieo. T. Baldwin,
Jas. H. Tanner. Win A Clarke.
Thomas J. Bag by, W. Bodeker.
J. R. Anderson, Win. M Dade,
Wm. E. Tanner, John L Byerly,
John F. Tanner, Wm. C Tompkins,
Alex. Delaney, Alex. Craig,
Rob'tP. Southall. Ed. W. Smith,
J. H. Davies.
Gkntlfmkn :—Your note of 20th inatant was
handed me to-day, and for the confidence implied
in your reaasas. to me to liecome a candidate for
the -superintendent of the City Gas Works, you
will please accept my sincere thanks. In reply to
your invitation I will say, as I have said to many
other kind friends who have spoken to me on the
subjeot. that if my fellow-citizens desire my ser
vices in the position referred to it v*ill afford me
pleasure to serve them. I therefore announce my
self a candidate for the office of BUPf-.RINTEM>
ENT OF THE GAS WORKo, and if elected, will
devote slimy energies, with whatever of capacity
and experience I may possess, to a faithful dis
charge of the duties of the office.
mhil-tde C. CAMPBELL.
*-i»s> supebi.-«tle!«den*i^iv~the
tS<35» CITY GAB WORKS.-1 respectfully an
nounce myself a candidate lor re-election to the
office of tsUPERINTENDENI OF CITY UAH
WORKS fnih23-tde*| JNO. J FRY.
WHO'S A CANDIDATE for the
0 f HIGH CONSTABLE? J. H.
McCURDhY.
Who's J. H. McCURDEY ? Deputy Collector of
City raxes. __ mh 24-tde
JEFFERSOU WAR!)..-VOTE
»v 32» FOR THIS TICKET.
» „ „ . CITY COUNCIL:
R. O. Haskins, John Greanor,
A. A. Raine. James Talbott,
W H. RichanUon.
mh 23-dtde*"
JK>FERBOI\' WARD TICKET.
--»•-—Ji-«» The following ticket will be supported by
the voters of Jelierson Ward, at the approaching
, Municipal Elections. Try them all again, as they
have proved faithful to their constituents and to
the city. for t itv cocncim
SI- ft".' Richardson, John Graenor.
N. B. Hill, James M. Talbott,
R. O. Haskins.
wn t, ,*r»*BWSTntUaCOUBT!
William Taylor, C. B. Hill.
R rr.V , .? J an . X .i T ~r . E. Sadler,
mh22-tde| Alfred Inloes.
uC^ S «i T J , J! , r E r. VOTIERS iWJEFFEB
•»v-a SON WARD.-At ths request of many
voters in Jefferson Ward. 1 respectfully announce
myself a CANDIDATE FOR THE CITY «OuT
OIL in said Ward, nt the approaching election.
jnhS-lm* A.A^EAIHE.
j*?"*-*-**--* A ,^ARD.—I respectfully announce
■Jt***, „*S'iS j.a candidate for re electu.nto the
gjKS«f SERGEANT oF THE (MTV OF RICH
MOND. (nih22-t«le'J THOMAS U DUDLEY
CITY 76ELEtTOR.il respect
uf-X":. fully announce myself .*i candidate for re
election to the office of CITY COLbKCToR
mliM-tile* J. A. HOBSON.
fiRAIB MEASTRER -Being very
niuch in need of employment, I respect"
lully announce myself a candidate for the aliove
ofhee. If elected. I shall devote my entire time
and energies to the faithful performance of the du
ties. I solicit the suffrages of my fellow citizens
Election. 4th dtiy of April.
mh2l-tde- GEO. W. DUEBBKRRY, Jr.
O-Mjra MEASURER.-I most re-
spectfullv announce myself a candidate
for re-electmn to the office of GRAHV MEASU
RE*, [mhaj-tde-'l Catt. HENRY DAVIS.
A CARD.—I a-tain respectfully pre
-**'sr. ps .* c P l m > se '/ to the voters of this city as i
a candidate for the MAYORALTY of this city !
aahaß-AwS JOSEPH MA.YO.
rC^r^^J o^ ll6 VOTERSOF THE 4 ITY i
OF RICHMOND -I most respectfully
W the
mhl9-tde* a. WILKINSON.
T«» THK. VOTER. 1 .- O * TH EtIT V
*£S~OF RICH.MOND.-In reply totTe call of
Many Voters, and in accordance with mv own
wishes, I.anno-incp myself a candidate lor the of
fice of 3AFTAIM OF THE NIGHT-WATCH, and
respeotfully solicit the votes of my fellow-citigens
in thei approaching municipal election, pledging
myself, .il elected, to discharge the duties of the
olhce faithfully to the best of my ability,
mil IC-dte T. C. BAPTIST.
1 AM A rANIfIDATE jbr the oases
of HKiH CONSTABLE of the city of
Richmond. [inhlS-tde*] J. H. McCURDEY.
«-^ipa» m FpR HIGH 4'47*STABLE~OF
CITY OF RICHMOND.-! am a
candidate for the above office, and most respect
fully solicit your votes at the en.uintt election:
promising faithfully todischarge the duties of the
office with promptness and fidelity.
Respectfully, THOS. A. STAPLES.
_mh 12—dtde
HIGH CONSTABLE fOBi *EBBx
•**---» CITY OF RICHMOND.-I am a candi
date lor re-election to the above office, and re
spectfully solicit the votes of my fellow citizens at
the ensuing spring eleotion.
nihlO-tde FRED. BUTLER
JHM*B A CAIUHDATE for the
fr^f Dr of Hl(j - H CONSTABLE? J. H.
Who's J H. McCURDEY ? Deputy Collector of
City Taxes. mh 24-tde
*""3-Ss TO TH E VOTKIIS OF THE
4KS7CITY OF RICHMOND -Having ifeeT;
so icited by many of my friends t»>intiounceiiii-
° f MANA'iKB OF
liifc lOOR-MOL»li,and bavins, by a late I
dent, lost my left hand, and thereby rendered in
capable of working at my trade. I most respect
fully announce invsell a candidate and if elected
pledge myself to discharne the duties of the office
mh 7-td.e* JAMEB MAHONE.
|3?=>» A |» ASE Btuar THE | , OOR
■*^- r **-r H V USE. — Having been solicited by
many friends to announce myself a candidate I
lor the above office. I do so with pleasure—and
p omise to discharge the duti*»s of the office with
fidelity and to the btstofrov ability, if elected
jiihe-tde* JAMES L. PHILLIPS.
$S s *u??.rt? A , GER °E THE POOR.
HOUBE—I announce myself a candi
T a u e J o o7.?;S le ,' , U o Po t . ,: ? th -- offio -- of MANAGER OF
THE POOR-HOUSE. JOHN PEARCE.
mh6--tde*_ I
fS^wSKI'f 11 , 11 «E»DBm POOR".
S*>CEB.~I announce myself a candi
date for ths office of SUPERINTENDENT OF
THE POOR HOUSE, and if elected I piedMimy
selt to discharge the duties of tbe same faithfully
, Respectfully,
mhS-tde* THOMAS C. EPPS.
_~™_ HENRICO COUNTY. i
VOT£K * E^atutEmiCß
COUNTV.-I-KLLow-CiTiz--Na:-I am a
"f .COMMIS
SION fcR OF THE REVENUE lor the Upper Dis
trict ol Henrico county, and respectfully solicir
i. o .*i r ,i ,"i? Port at the election to take place on the
Mth of May next. If you again elect me, I will
use my utmost erloru in the faithful discharge ol
the duties of my office. |
mhlß-lm* LAWTON.
pT?V" e T°,T* ;k -* ojk hemu - :
m*vja CO-l respectfully announce myself a
*r^^l?^r^% B * t *? 0O - l^ l88I0N - E *0F
iHfc. KbVbNUE in the Lower District, at the
eleotion in .May. and very respectfully solicit your
votes. Unh 8-tdeJ JOHN A. EACHO.
4*rCjlf^ n THE SHERIFFALTY OF HEN.
COUNTY.-I hereby announce
myself a candidate for the above office. Should it
he the pleasure of the voters to elect me, I .hall
beeyer grateful, and will use every exertion to
discharge the duties thereof faithfully and impar
tially. [mhO-tdl JACOB ft. ATLEE.
f-»» TO THE VOTERS OF DISTRICT
vu»v_*-a no A—l hereby announce myael? a can
didate for re election to the office of CONSTA
BLE for the above district, and respectfully solicit
your votes in May next.
GEO. W. THOMAS.
NtS 1 * TO JOHW O; TAYLOR. ESQ.
--■*-»-■» Dbab Sib: As ths time is approaching
lor the voters of Henrico to select a suitable per
son to fill tbe office of SH ERIFF. and Uing satis
tied, from onr long acquaintance with you, that
rou are qualified to discharge ths duties of the of-
Soe. we, ths subscribers, respectfully request yon
U} announce yourself a candidate for the aaid of
fice, pledging you our support ia the ensuing aleo-
J-Tsrrsll, Joseph Bernard,
J. w. Crenshaw, Benjamin Walton.
James C. Gordon, Major Ford. |
R. B.Jonmi. O. C. Bridgawatsr,
Wm.fc.'wade, Thoa. M Jlontague,
S. HslUtern, 8. A. Moles,
Peter Lawson, Simon P. Fod,
J. 8. B. Tmslsy, Hudson B. Ford,
R. A- Lanoaster, Abasr Hilliard,
yfm.A.Barnstt, Thomas M. Ladd.
James Gilman, Charles 0. Pale.ke,
Pater 8. Hughes, Henry Nirough,
Robert G.Walton. . Geo. Timbsrfaks,
W. C. Taliaferro, E7b. EUf sobT^
James H. Mahmy, Richard Thomas,
Saaiel N. Meltoa,
Fsndnll Briln, John Perkins.
LHaltorf. SAsrwia Meßae,
Wm.Cuninfworth, Sr., E. C Cramp.
■Una 5651"*.?* *'"* W mm *em and in sooord-
t,n '^ M "^ trl * "''
CAaniPATBs run omen
adrfce of my friends, aad In accordance with my
own wishhs. I aaneunce myself a candidate for ths
offloeof CONSTABLE,andsoliait jour suDrar.es
afrCZsa. TO THE VOTERR Of OISTRK f
aYS NO.4.HENRICO COTJNTY.-Atthsrs
anest of many friends, I announce myself a can
idats for ths office of CONSTABLE, tor the aliove
named District, and promise, if elected, to dis
charge the duties faithfully. Your suffrages re
spectfully solicited. . :
_■___§_ FLEWNG^HILIPS._
■"__&» T« 'HE VOTERS OF HENRI.
aaVJB CO COUNTY.-By the advice of my
friends, and in accordance with my own wishes. 1
announce myself a candidate for the office of
SHERIFF OF HENRICO COUNTS, and solicit
your suffrages at the State eleotion in May nezt.
As a auarantee for the fsithful oerformanoe of
the d ities of tbe office, I refer you to all who know
me for the manner in which those duties have been
performed during the past three years that I have
acted as deputy for the present Sheriff.
aeapectfully. your fellow citizen,
mh 1-dt-Mmr* _ GEO D. PLJEABAN;TB.
VOTERSOF HENRICO
«bVJH» COUNTY.—I am a candidate for the
office of COMMISSIONER OFTHE REVENUE
for the lower district of Henrico county, and re
spectfully solicit your votes at the election in May
nezt "Should it be your pleasure to elect me, I
pledite myself to diachar-re the duties of the office
faithfully. ImhlO-lawSWl WM.B.WOODFIN
a*B> n-BBat VJ»atJ OF DIIsT
aV3STRICT NO. 1, HENRICO COUNTY.-!
respectfully announce myself a candidate for the
office of CONSTABLE lor the first District, and
solid your suffrages.
*_ ELKCTIOK-The 4th THURSDAY in May
nezt. JAS. FENELON BRADLEY.
feM-zm*
« HAVING BEEN solicited by many
•*•<.» of mv friends and neighbors all over the
county, I announce myself a candidate for the of
fice of COMMISSIONER OF THE REVENUE
for the Districts No. 3 and 4, Henrico county.
I fell--6w* WM.D. PEMBERTON, of Sidney.
LOTJI&A OOtJIfTT.
_~_*-=> TOTHE VOTERS OF LOUISA—
aK_3» lam a caadidate for the office of SHER
IFF FOR THE COUNTY OF LOUISA at the en
suing election. If it shall be your pleasure to
Ki»»r nic , | shall associate with myself in thedis
ge of the duties of the place, Mr. Jesse J.
ter and Mr Asdp.ew J. KtciiAßnsoN. Mr.
er has been for several years employed in the
k's Office of Loui.a, in which position lie gave
t satisfaction by his capacity and attention to
less Mr. Richnrdson was formerly one of
my deputies when I acted as Sheriff, several years
ago.
If elected I shall not. farm the office, but all its
its duties will be performed by myself and my
deputies. Very respectfully.
BICKERTON L.JOHNSON.
fe 16-d2tawftwtApl

BiLTIMOEE ADVERTISEMENTS
ILTLttOltl*. GLASS HOitkS-
Beiiiir in full operation with three furnaces, we
are prepared to execute all orders for WINDOW
GLASS, of ail sizes, and of the lav.irite and well
known BRANDS that we have been manufacturing
f'»r sixteen yea*a, viz:
BALTIMORE FIRST
CHESAPEAKE.
PATAPBCO AND
BOLTON
Also, GLASSWARE, of all KINDS and COLORS.
Wine Bottles, all kinds, I Pickle k. Preserve Jars,
Porter Bottles. Syrup ft Cordial llottles.
Mineral Water Bottles, | Vmlsft Patent Medicine
Specie Jars, I Bottles, Priva'e Mould
Flasks. Ware of all kin.ls and
Demijohns, Druggists' Glassware
IMPORTERS, M A UFA 0 T U R ER S AND
AGENTS
FOX SAM OF
FRENCH WINDOW AND PLATE GLASS,
Alum. Roll Brimstone, Blue Vitrol,
Copperas, Castile Soap, Borax,
Kpsom Salts, Castor Oil. Kxt. Logwood.
BiCarbSoda, Linseed Oil, Glue, alfkinds,
Sal Soda, White Lead. Varnishes, do.,
Saleratus, French Zino, Whiting, Putty,
Saltpetre, Paints ft Colors, Sand Paper, ftc.
BAKER, BROTHERS A CO.,
, „ 32 ami Si South Charles st...
fc2B-lm Baltimore. Md.
\\J HEELWRIGHT. MUDGIE Ac CO.,
»» COMMISSION PAPER WAHEHOUSE,
Dealers in Printing, Writin _ Blank B.iok, Hard
ware arid Manilla PAPERS; Bookbinders'
LEATHER and CLOTH; Foreign and Domestic
RAGS; Bleaching POWDERS; ALUM. Ac. No.
14 Hanover street, comer of German street,
ja2B-d6m BALTIMORE. MP.
lobO. IMPORTATIONS. 1860.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS, *
Richmond, Va.
We would call the special attention of the mer
chants of Virginia and North Carolina visiting our
market this Spring, to our unusual large stock of
foreign Goods of our importation, which we will
offer at as low prices as any house in the country ;
we enumerate in part;
WHITE GOODS, DRESS TRIMMINGS,
SILKGOODS, THREADS.
LINEN GOODS, FANCY GOODS,
HOSIERY, SMALL WAR EB.
k-f&ESfcc GENTS' FURNISHING
RIBBONS, GOODS, of all kinds.
_ . SHAWLS.
.. V».™". av . e a,B ° established a manufactory for
MANTILLAS, CLOAKS and Ladies' WRAP
1 t.MiS generally, and will lie prepared to exhibit
a large variety of these Goods, of the newest styles
and patterns, made ezclusivel. at home. We so-
I licit an examination of our stock, being date-r
--iiiiiiedto oder every inducement to .Southern miy
ers to make their purchases in our market.
OfXTER, AiVEY A A RENTS.
C Treat bargains in okv i.uuos.
m$« J &M M J TrELDORFE S' B > **° » 1J ""A l 5
»lKfcfc,l.--flow open, a well solected stock uf
fresh Spring and Summer supply of Fancy Dry
Goods. 1 am receiving daily fresh gor.ds, and am
able to offer M mv inendsand the public, in gene
ral, as .-nod and cheap bargains in go,»ds as can be
bought in this city. All my friends and customers,
■ nV-V® nssrOßiaed ma during my selling off,
will find it to their advantage to give me a call. I
have ,-n hand a very fine and fashionable assort
ment ot Plain, Figured and Fancy Dress Goods;
rnnted and Plain Linen, all grades and qualities;
Shi tings, Sheetings and Hosiery of all kinds; i
very hne stock of Embroidery; Men and Boys*
wear: and also a very targe assortment ol tine
I able Cloths, Nankins and Towels; fine Marseilles
Quilts, and a well selected stock of Linen Camt.ric
Mdkli.; Corsets of the best quality. All I ask is to
give me a call andjudge for yourself.
M. MITTELDORFE-RNo. 225 Broad st. _
S l |f____ n |H' RICHMOND t'KOIMJ
IT t'L.A.ai-t.K.— rtu) subscrilier has earnestly la
bored, tor the past four years, to exclude Northern
Ground Plaster, by the establishment of a Home
Mil,, and supplying an article superior toany re
ceived from the North, and claims a perfect suc
cess. He begs leave to return ins gratelul thanks
to his patrons, and asks to inform all interested
that he has completed his improvements that wiil
enable aim to supply any demand that may arise.
His stock of Lump is heavy, (bas-ed upon the
enormously increased use of a superior article '
selected Irom the purest Windsor (Nova Scot a 1
quarries, with special reference to its richness in
Sulphate of Lime. The reputation of his brand
shall tie sustained at every effort and cost, and he
asKs only an experimental trial of those who have
not made application of this valuable fertilizer.
. JOHN H. CLAIBORNE. No. 11 Pearl st.
ja 3—sm
NO TI CM —TO T' A X M~E R 8 AND Al X H
CHANTS WHO USE AND DEAL IN
GROUND PLASTER.-We would call voir ..hT
ciai attention to our stock, now in hand „i n„
best WINDSOR SOFT BLUE* LASThV pur
chased with special reference to the interest of the
farmer and the trade generally.
. I rom our long experience in the business, and zi-r
ing it our personal attention-seeing thatevery bar
rel is well coopered and in good shipping order, and
the Flatter thoroughly pulverized—we hazard no
thing in Say ing that it will he to your interes'to
give us a call. Farmers sending bags will lie fur
Hushed at one dollar less per ton. A liberal dis
count to the trade. Referencea-Edninnd, Daven
-*«£--. v o ."*' J ! M, ,'. T - - Butl -> r - md other merchants.
ts_.Orders lelt in our box at Robinson ft Rob
erts, will be attended to
«i' % H «i F ' {? H ARP, St «ajJ- Plaster Mill,
no 83- 6m*_Bouth side of the Dock. Richmond.
JVOTICE.-The attention or persons about to
_ build on the lines of the streets or public al
leva of the city, is requested to the following ex
tract from a city ordinance concerning streets-
Any peison intending hereafter to bmid ore-cot
any house or other structure upon the line of a*\
street or public alley shall first obtain from the
Kngiiioer of the city, or in his absence or inability
to act, from the Superintendent of .Streets, n certi
boate in writing, of the bne and adopted grade of
such street at ths place where such home or struc
ture is to tie erected; and tfshall he the duty of the
is! e r£? r 2L , Su Pf»ntender.t of Streets to file, in
the Chamberlain's office, a duplicate of th« aaid
certificate. If any person shall hereafter build, or
erect, or attempt to butld or erect, any house or
other structure upon the line of ear am-h street or
hi /k-Ti ** a . v "-*' ? rRt gainedsuoh certificate,
rl.i'/t'L'n not Ism than five nor more than
twenty dollars." W.GILL.City Eng'r
By order of the Commissioners of Streets gene
rallT ' mhe-in,
N 0 . 1 "."-*—. Mr - H - C ' ' J - rlH*• *" i A N~h,
.*,.. authorized as invagent to tike a lease from
the trustee ol Mrs. TiM.UBHMA-v, of that part ..I
the Roslin estate, in Chesterfield, adjoining the
S , K t J.°. f , F * ,ler '.- J, --"*' has been recently pir- j
chased by said trustee, and carry on a business at '
saIeofLAOKR BEER !
and REFRESHMENTS general y, the manufar i
*"■'• "d •»'*o_CIGAR.I. the kVemngof TEN I
P'N ALLEYS,BAGATELLE BOARDfand other
li.w. me fJ , iL O L- UDU * B,n#nt ••* 'screatioß for the
public, m buildings to be erected for that purpose
5.!..'? _•___*»*_» Bisks purchasesoibim-
'* JOHNDOksV
N l ™*'^ 11 , T wP V »VIL ENGINEEKsT-l^
atififn rd of Ditaoton wish to eagage aa ENGI-
r Jh . KR ' „» r f»nrn Plans and sSpsrtntend the r ez
ecuti-vu, for the sewerage and drvna«e of the Unld
__M J_< •«* *% TEaitsrn AayTum,
■vraler? *» M *'"«tion of works for a suppl,?/
% -* 0 **' iv »* "*s»** »
u^rbß■r.a?h? 10, l** %ra?. m «■d*l«8O^ iO,,
jy.lha-fmb.rg,
»is friends MdaoVnaiaUaceiTlaJthm
! «•■ f w."w! WVLT
•StSS_S3^
I
H:\fc?^*^-^ 4lraefT.^
i PROFXIBSZONAL CARDS.
'**
(hh iv . Srst door aboTSCrsasliaw'B New Hotel,
Kicbmond. Va.
I Having an esse/ieaee of tea years ia his profes
sion, be feels ooladeat of giving satisfaction to
those who may favor him with their patronage.
nhU-im _ _. .
-t-3=» THE ¥BDBMBinBBD HA V E
awvja associated themselves in the practice of
MEDICINE and SURGERY.
BnV Office on Governor street, at tbe residence
orßr. Coswat. JAR. B. CONWAY. M. D.,
•nhlA-lßi* PETER LYONS. M. D.
t*3s» A CARD. Db. BROOCKS has re"
aeVXh moved his office to Sfth street. lietween
Main and Cary streets.
Office hours from S to 9A. M., and from 3 to 4
P.M.
He has for sale privately. TEN LOTS, fronting
90 fret uaclr- 6 no Crace st and five on Broad st.,
just lieyond the Western line of the corporation.
Also,an experienced GARDENER, who under
stands the cultivation and management of flowers,
Ac; snd for rent, TWO SEATS in Pew No. IS in
St. Paul's Church. mh 8 ~lm
ARCHER ANDERSON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Will practice in the Courts he'd in the city of
Richmond. Office, for the present, in Godriin's
Building. mli 7-:iin
«. M. BROCN, M. D.. offers to the
au*v_a citizens of Richmond and its vicinity his
professional services, in the practice of Medicine,
Obstetrics, and Surgery.
u*h» Residence at the upper end of Marshall
street, formerly owned by Mrs. Che value—Utterly
by A. R. Courtney. Esq. mh I—dim*
JOHN S. CASK IK,
BK-S ATTORN KY AT LAW,
Has removed his office to No. 2 Law Building, near
the State Court House.
He practices in all the Courts held in the city of
Richmond and county of Henrico. fe It—ts
nt-***=-» MARYeT
bKS, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Practices in the Courts of the City of Richmond
and the Counties of Henrico, Hanover and Caro
line.
He is also Notary Public and Commissioner of the
United States Court of Claims.
The partnership between Mr. Chaktaix Whitb
and himself heine dissolved, his office is now on
llth street, just below Goddin's Hall. fe 13-ly
.pSf-as HENRY pMUL~
•va ATTORfaEY AT LAW
AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
Practices in all the Courts held in the city of Rich
mond.
b*_ Aiao\ practices regularly in the County and
Circuit Courts of Chesterfield.
As Notary, wiil take Depositions and Acknow-.
leditments, Administer and Certify Oaths, and per
form whatever other duties pertain to the office of
Notary.
Office at the corner of Bank and llth streets, just
below the Custom-House. ja 31—ly
»-35» HAWESR. SUTTON, ATTORNEY
tBVSAT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC-
Practises in all the Courts of the city of Richmond
and the oounties of Henrico and Goochland. Office
corner Bank and llth streets. Riohmond. Va.
jaM tun-'
PARKE POINDEITEB, ATTOR
•vB NEY AT LAW, RICHMOND. V A., will
practice in the city of Richmond and in the coun
ties of Chesterfield, Powhatan and Amelia.
r£a»Ot&ce iv Liele's Building, corner ol Main and
j Mth streets. net 23—ly
BUSINESS NOTICES.
DIRECT IMPORTATIONS!
IRON AND STEEL WAREHOUSE,
(No. 121 SvciMnH" Strkkt.)
GILLIAM A DUNLOP l^my^n^atot
wholesale dealers, manufacturers and railways to
their well assorted stock of IRON and STEEL,
comprising
iu «k, S, Swe<le "- Hammered. Refined. English,
• IRON. {Ovals and Carriage, Horse Shoe, Hoop
fand B.ind.
STFFL I* £'***' German, Machine, Spring, En
/elish and Swedes Blister
NAIL RODS, SHEET IRON, PIG and BAR
LEAD.
importing direct and dealing exclusively in met
al, they feel confident ol giving satisfaction and
respectfully solicit a call. fe U-dSin
EDYVIN WMTfUMhId..
GROCERS,COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
„ DEALERS IN IRON AND STEEL,
cS-i'lS 1 L 9« , 2 8 1 *:--"-" entß °f TOBACCO, WHEAT,
sIHPo-^A I .*?. 1 -R.Ac., to the sale of which EDWIN*
""HI HAM will give his personal attention.
Ra, Advances made on consignments.
_BAGS furnished when required.
GatESB -At BUAYtS,
PRACTICAL
GRANITE CUTTERS,
SiJ-th Street, near the Armory, Richmond, Va.
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
. , , GRANITE WORK
hzecuted at short notice and in the liest manner.
mh 12—12 m
ioh n hiciiitsoit, ~
AND DEALER &&*[WP<fJg§mK
EXCHANGE,
Rr.ll. H ° ".■ to <l TEXAS.
uotteetious made and prompt remittances in
ght-fcxehanue at current rates, ou New York.
;>Bton, or New Orleans.
. , KEFER TO
Crescent City Bank," New Orleans.
Messrs. HENNINGS A-608LIMG. New York
•' PEARCE ft BACON. Hosein.
" SAM'L M. PRICE kCO , Richmond,
mh 9—l in
PTTENGER ft"JEDMOm""
RY ENGINES. SAW MILLS. RAILROAD
. WORKS, Ac,
STEAM FIRE ENGINES,
ut the most approved plan, and made in the very
best manner, warranted equal in every respect to
any of the same sized Engines built either North
SLS?"*L ja 25-3IH
JYJARBLE WORKS.
JOHN wTbAVIES,
r^"Wa™"
■V First Premiums awarded by taWiawtnia Am.
nenltflsra! InstitafeT^
(M~ H ***•• Thescbscntier takes ttbieaßStbeS ed my
y fornua-j nis Irtends and the nublie that he has es-
H- 1 . l l sil --ik- ,, .?5 811 - iB ** MERC "ANDIZE BROKER
AND.GEhfiBAL COMMISSION MERCHANT.
Hewi.i anend to ths purchase and sale of Mer
faandize geaerally .also. Flour, Wheat. Corn, To
bacco, and all descriptions of Country Produoe.
His special attention will be given to all business
entrusted to his care. Prom his long business
experience he hopes to meet with a liberal snire of
public patronage. He refers, by permission, to
Lewis W ebb, Esq., i
Messrs. Dun-lop, Mob-cubs k Co., I Richmo'd.
" Eumobb, Davexpobt A Co., f Va.
Bacon A Baszekvill, I
' BRTANT,TINSI.EYAHoI.-*KS,i „, ~
" Bphnce k. Reid, t Baltimore
Twells A Co., Philadelphia.
Xhohas MoNAHA-y, Esq., New York,
net /X M ' »• KOYSTEH,
ni«v. m «„j Cffioe cor. of Cary and Va. streets.
_R.icnmond, Nov. Ist. 1869. no i__tg
r< >i. bo¥her, sccceksolTTo ViTf
tiSL* . R u- ?'u h * w * *V r B,tle the to lowing ar
tides, to which he asks the attention of bia
Mocha COlVftr h it C: Rl ° J »» "■»
Mocha 001- FE he; Brown and Refined BUGARR.
«l'« te'. l^ 1885 I*"-*'-HiiU-enzedani! Cruahed
i o * AKB J f-nio.ing and Chewing TOBACCO of
different brands; Old Dominion Nails of all sizes'
country cured Bacon Hams; Western Sides and
Ot^. , i r , S p. Co ll- 1 , n \ !irn, 'i? 'r* 1 n H
Otta Old Rye Whiskey old and good ; Il T clen
ner a Kve Whiskey, old and good; A. W.Sher
man s R,e \\ hiskey ; A. N. Wood's Rye Whis
ker, old and good; P. Steams ft Co'« Old Rye
Whiskey, two years old; Common WhiakeiaTin
vanery: French Brandy, Madeira Wilea? and
other articles, too numerous to mention. Call and
*" ~ Bt '"<*>"
dOOFING.
yar-. l v. J OHli Q - c McMillan,
Who haa bad twenty-five years' experience in the
business, is prepared to put on SLATE ROOFS o
every description, and with the beet material, at
short notice. Specimens of his work can be seen
on applic.-ition. and orders left at his ofT:ce"on Ma!S
street, near fHh. or at the office of Albkbt L
aTt.nded A t r S h,t " Ct ' HrH « « £$&
JAJWEJ* U. BROWNK'ft
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKB.
NIKS CTfAfBS -jptti-m 1 , ' HALCO
rJRr!-Ki 10 . r a "« ntlo >-S'ven toencloetßßßanal
Lots in the city snd country. «»«■•■« oariai
rpti E CNBftRS have" iorr,..rt~r^r
Jir.liV ** t^., ?. t '*?P *° ,h « »-»•« of FLOUR *o&hl*W"
CORN and TOBACCO. They ocr .n. .W-.. hAT J
_R,c„Mo il n l VA^No f . 1.
WM. bATTLERfc C 0.7 - CW •- W, *!
oiLB, window
Sroußtonae're?^ 10 2lSo]
pRANBLIB PAPER MiLLT ~~
BELVIDERE M AN BFAOTuIinII^ O .VS.a siV
STdloVlfiir *K±
auab-BtT oko. wTIITPIEr.D. Pres-l.
f/I ROIBIa ~ '
* BUJUIINO AJf© LUBBICATIWO
«ujs. iSaSM^ A ?.r r/ Srsisa
whioh - wnrraat^^aau'Sftdal
aSK^nfß^aac
~'r? M ■ ttoocM * - goMo - L<i -
WtfBLCthAtLB A-i. ft*.
■ ■ ■
—_E9!L2£! t,B **_2J______
ber. situated on Leuh. street, opposite Adams
d»3eV Tst JV my 8I OR F. eoraer 6th
and Marshall streets.
TJIObVL HVHPLtT.
__ FOR RKNT-A fine FAMILY RESI-
B| DENCE. in a plsassnt part of the city.
**** Apply at COL'RTNBV'R.
mh23-.lt' »..-} Broad street.
«__«__ RKWT.-BRICK BLiLIHNO,
FRAME STABLE and LOT. on Juth street!
formerly occupied hy Messrs. Mason A Burns
aa a bottling establishment. Apply to
mh Jl-,«t GEO. H. PALMER.
a ROOMS FOR RKNT.-Two ROOMS for
rent, in ths attic .story over the subsorilier'a
•tore. JUAN PIZ/.INI,
mh lt-ls No-1» Main st.
£± FOR RR MIT-One large FRONT ROOM,
_gover Store 173 Broad street, below 6th. Apply
■anton the premises. mh .1— ts
uttoJjMji?- 6 rot \ *««T.-1 have lor rent a
a HOI SE, situated near Mr. James Tyler's on
■"Lnion Hill, containing four rooms, kitchen,
coal-house. Ac. Rent to a good tenant will be rea
sonable. RO. B. LVNE,
Agent for Hiring Out Negroes,
Renting Out Houses, he.,
mh *-ts Ofhos Metropolitan Hall _
__ „ EOR RENT.-The large FACTORY on
KjS Cary street. ietween loth and llth streets, near
asEZDunlop, Moncure A Co.'s. suitable for a To
liacco Factory, Warehouse, or Manufaetaring Es
tablishment. Enquire of E D. Each...
jfeU-ta _KENIVPAINE A CO.
_*A FOR FENT.-SPORE NoT 'it. en Alain
Egstreet, now occupied by Win. F. Butler A Son.
""•Possession giver, on the lath of March. Apply
to IfeJ-tal _ WM.H. LYONS.
_i FOR RENT.-TheROOiH formerly oocu
Eg pied as Whitehurst's Gallery. No. 77 Main St..
snsnjs by 100 feet, second floor, is for rent. Also, a
LODGING ROOM on the third floor. For terms,
apply to JOHNSON A HARWOOD,
Ne. 77 Main street._
__. FOR RENT-The FIRST and SECOND
fi_ FLOORS of the DWELLING over our .tore,
■ni MARCUS HARRIS ft BRO.,
fe 99— ts Nezt to the Amencnn Hotel.
UPRI N«. 1*60.-SPRiNO. laW.-FISHER A
O WINSTON, wholesatedealers in DRUG*-!, No
12S Main street, R icinnoi d. Va . would call the ar
te r.t on of Merchants throughout Virginia and
North Caro'ina. t- their stock or DRUGS. MEDI
CINES, CHEMICALS. PAINTS, OILS, ftc.em
braoingevery artiolein the renulardrug business,
which they offer to cash or prompt customers on
most favorable terms.
In addition to their stock of STAPLE DRUGS, a
, full assortment of Fancy (io.Hls. Perfumery,
Combs, Brushes, Cigars, Tobacco, Old Medicinal
Wines and Brandies.
Also. Agents for many of the leading Patent
Medicines. Mineral Waters. Porcelain .Teeth,
Woolfs Pure BranoAß, and Winea. Ac.
h*hv Prompt attention t iven to the ahiptnng and
packing of orders. FISHER A WINSTON.
___ JAS. M. PEAHt' X A to.. I kii_ |
€__»WHOLESALE AND RETAIL lOOU.
JJf DRUGGISTS,
_■ Corner Broad and 9th streets. •
RICHMOND. VA..
Oner to Merchants and Physicians from Virginia,
North Carolina, and Tennessee, for tne spring
trade, a large and-sell selected stock of DRUGS,
CHEMICALS. PAINTS, OILS. PUTTY. French
WINDOW li LABS, PATENT MEUICINES,
PERFUMERY, ac. and every a.ticle usually
kept in a wholesale Drug .Store, at prices that can
not fail to give satisfaction, on the usual terms to
cash and prompt buyers. Our stock comprises in
part—
6 tons Lewis' pure WHITE LEAD, No. 1,
and Baltimore LEAD.
8 tons French Snow- White and N. J ZINC.
2 tons PUTTY, from pure Linseed Oil, in
bladders aud bulk.
1500 boxes French WINDOW-GLASS.
2,000 gas. Linseed. Michine, and Kerosine Oils
Burning Fluid, Alcohol, and Varnish, of all
grades.
100 Kegs English 81. CARB. SODA.
10 casks WASHING SODA.
10 bbls. COPPERAS.
20 bbls. GLUE, all grades.
100 ounces t-CI NINE,
fi gross BAKER'S BITTERS.
500,000 CIGARS, all grades, from $5 to $70 per
thousand.
O-ders from the country promptly attended to
and carefully packed and forwarded.
JAS. H. PEARCE. I THOS J. BURROWS,
(Late of Waring A | Warrenton. N. C.
Pearce.) Richm'd, I mat-H
___ HOVE fe C O. ,
t£*f WHOLESALE DRUGGIST.",
*•■ vmr ~ No. s.l MAi.iSrRKi-r. RiciiMoin.
Gm\ we call the attention of the trade ol Vir
ginia and North Carolina and Tennessee to our
Spring stock, which has l>een tiouglit on the l>est
ternis, and which we ire selling as low as they can
lw bought many Northern city, consisting in part
INDIGO. MADDER and EXTRACT LOG-
In OOU.
FRENCH-LASS, of every size.
SODA. PEPPER and ALLSPICE.
WHITE LEAD, VARNISH *nd LINSEED
FLUID CHEWING and SMOKING TO
BACCO.
PATENT MEDICWES-all kinds.
PERFUMERY, TOOTH and HAIR BR USH
AGENTS, FOR THE BEST COAL OIL.
Call and e>aifnne our stock. DOVE A CO.
_-__ FLRCELL, LADDA-tO..
XW ... ,„ WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
AM Ao. 122, teener Main and Governor Sts.,
ATM Richmond.
Have now in store tln-ir Spring supplies of
DRUGS. MEDICINES, PA I NTS. OILS.
INDIGO. M ADDER, and other DYKA
WLNDOW-GLASSofnllsi7.es
WHITE LEAH. VARNISHES. .Vc.
BURNING FLUID. CAMPHENE. VIR
GINIA COAL OIL, and KEROSINE, at
manufacturers' prices.
Our stock comprises one of the largest and liest
assortments <>t goods in our hue to lie Itutad in the
South—has been selected in person by one of our
Brin. purchased tor cash, enabling- ns to offer our
(roods at such low prices as cannot fail to give sat
isfaction.
Merchants wiil find it totheir interest to call and
examine our stock before purryh/ising elsewhere.
PI rcell.'laDd ft CO..
Wholesale Richmond.
JOHNW.FKAYSER,
APOTHECARY AND DRUGGIST,
Successor to J. W. Pollard.l 17th street,
between Broad and Grace, would invite tbe
mvrS'r'f.SiSkjFfftKf.E! -" •'"» -* t " ck "f DRUGS
MEDICINES. PAINTS. O LS. FLUID. GAR
■PrV. A ? D seed.ami fancy ar
i ICLF.-j, consisting of Brushes. Combs, Hair Oils,
ierfuuierv, Ac-even thing, indeed, usually lounn
in Drug Stores, which he will sell at the lowest
rates.
PRESCRIPTIONS carefully prepared at all
houra.lroth DAY and NIGHT.
W- £**!!*V*'****** ! powhatan k. DuprJrT
A FPE^orA r D n UPI^ ,U,U,Ua m ********
-fA CHEMISTS A DRUGGISTS, «
Broad, Bktvvkk.n 4rn and6th Srs., €Def
Richmond, Va., VaT
Have on hand ;t carefully-selected stock of Tut
pure Drugs and Chemicals, Paints, Oilb, Window-
Glass. Varnishes, Pertumesy, Soaps, and Fancy
articles, watch they offer upon the most reasonable
CARRIAGES, &c ""
rJmnfkM, -,.* AR Ki\«r:s, Hi or; i £«._,.
____ngfO_ «ALE-The' auhaeribS intend;
, . h;s bumueaa. and will olfer lor
CA «R'AGE.S. ROCKAWAYS
~» RCG(»IE.>. with and without tops, of his
"* ""'»«** **«"*aty reduced prices, put'np w?»h
Si? "i. m * CR ' 1 ' M .* '" «>t*rm.ued
to sell at all hazards. JOHN DOES.
BB»T—lns* Corner of 9th and Hroaif at a.
r>__»isV, oh: man, man. tlibl art
dust; therefore, why itricve atihe
J__ "__s>_««n <>f hie. for it leaves but a
"■ con,e,T " ,lat *' E «<»w ioe to
I hid'^n'iui^l ! ■*'.*• in,ny 'f^Miiihiimiaj
i nau Keen studying astronomy. ~| oourao D e..r.l»
expected to hear of some -creel phenomena I woaJd
have discovered, but in examining the elements
found there was a mystery bereaa the comprei-eri
sion of man, and as I had no desire f.. b..," a t,.wei
.ol,dit;... ,a,tl,ere(, " c X * AV ° '* " ut rvndwent t
.. l -**L***>*& tl »»> trfsn_hl trade for anythm*
io thaV'f i^" l ",° f lh t e Mrth **■ th » numntaln u.p
so that inane- alonz. keep movin<; f..r it ia wiser
lA^ifc'. 1 n5- te f ,S snddream, n|t . sishin-r and wast
oravail »K d .* , /"i'" l,te " e ■ i ■' n * ,, - '""tie those only
prevail who daily march onward and nev.r say
isti,.. ~ . v » HAGAN BJOHN.
18th St., Creek Nation, Richmond. V*a.
lile' whTih P -Tli!*; , *.-£• E? 0 " * '"tnanee of my
it'-Z?.. Wll - **• "-rtneiißßina m due nme.
In Jo— 3m
J*"J R «A«*K*. TThßiA<.*.f4...
The subscriber has on h.ind.at his Coach
lav h-rw—«*«s lnK > -«_-bl , shment.on Lombard AI
ley. between Main and Carv.(l3th and Mth ats
1 ar.fi, liAROI CHEN. BUGGIES. With and wi-1.
--?h u i h.S^i 8i; i LX !!* :55 - a 'v! of § **« ■»*• -''
the beat material and workmanship-ail of whi-b
iiii ftf- l, .C* R, -- ft - n «n«. »•■(• * reeaeotrali* aak a
call fr„m those in want . f any article in the Car
V*,' **■- d «* s "-*"'»«! to make to order am;
to sell atthe lowest prices possible; and all wort
sold that is new, warranted. *
-J•J , t~ dihl, 'L'AJAH .MANOUM.
NOTHE TO THE TRAVCLING
LIVERvfegLE. ftJDW.
__ HTAGKLIS'EB'.hc. VF^F*
.- ■S? ■ na »"J«nsd havinz lately purchased of A.
_*T? lt _ r " ,ft « -» nt "-« *tocsof llorsesTßuzztes
Hacks, he., are bow ready to accommodate tas
travehni public with all kinds of V KHICLKB.
from a Balky to a foar- horse Coeeh. at ths shortest
notice, to any part of the adjoinißf States, oaths
most reasonable terms. uassaau "■ ***
Wa-e-iralwayß have OMNIBLSSKSat the ho
te.s and depou to convey passenzers to any part of
tastown. m.
They are also the
.> 4. CONTRACTORS
on all ths Stage Lines leaving Danville, sad will
spare no pains to Moomraodate the traveling pub
lic with good aad comfortable Coaches, Teams, and
stead y and sober dh vera. *
rsrsoes wishing any thiag ia their line of bunt
Bess will do well to call on thsuadsrsigaed at the
Tunstajl Honae. which is the *STaGBWpTCK toi
all the different lines v * *"'
They also have a STAGE LINK raaaiaz from
KeysviHe.on the Richmond aud DaavilU R_i,A_r
__d___r Vji: ? y i oSfii xVtmw
Mereaaste reoaivine —~!»".-VT*aw* vPOPB.--»
mh lt-ls
H *'J±**
__, «'e»»o*a», nl ti __■ ley>
________■= n 3 tit i i'V**'J*» '7
ruun.nr of the Ma,_^ i l__£^sS_SS
'» «-*-SWisrnS
Or FICK*RICHMOND * PKT.r,
__. . R 'ritvroap, £, V J J*. Oi).r
•™ WPBS 0 " Md aim, Vio^°V.M...
masij}fe^Aß^W9
_mh 12-zm jj / V J"
MM. ths PMsengerTrU 5 . JJ SSS "3 S
Tuesdays and Fridays at... > _ | ■
_ ~ SBOU WHITB H..r.. iH t i
Daily (except Sundays! at r *
Tuesdays and Fridays st ..T — a
STBAMBB »*A BIBD tliTi.''. '**•• UiiS"
Mondays and Thursday Vat A " * 0 »»oi?*' lt
Tuesdays and Fridays at . C *"* *
Waliterton Stare leaves Whit, w
and Thursdays at BA. M • re T,, J'*.'■"«»* *~__
Freight Trains leav«a n a .?>?.* 5*5?
Wednesdays and Saturdays ' ** *•*"*•«,
ja23-U THOS. K. HHARP.q a w,~7*-
OFFICK RICH'D A Wh^n>B__s»
Richmond, Va., Nov iSI .
CS-TJhTJßßfnan-, « HAsrftV o [
leavuas followsT the Trs '" •*■ -WJM
I.BAVB aicßMo-rti roB >«»..,„-_
Ezpress, daily, except Sundays, __■***_.
Mail, daily at —*•***.«
lbavk rrtTZßasrae'rog ;/.•••*•
Express, daily at lc •"•■ft
Mail,daily, except Sundays, at i**R,
Passengers for Clover 11-ll wi'i ___*§ t _
D gtn3h • % H UB . W -*>V :
— . , Msßnaaaauß
*V*T a ° - 1 ' R .Ll.*BßT._pi|_ Ir
■" kJ ■■ i-~ ~;••.'.;' \vT i 'i.- 11 ' r *Vi : hi J?
TIW-RMnAW. „ n< . saTURDAvs ~ Tlh, J>«i{
Boat TEMPEST. Capt.T„"a >_-,
float MF.RCHA.NT, Cp.d " ",, im"'
Boat BRISTOL,Capt Cha<TJo_!L*"***
Boat J. J IKBV. ('apt. Wy,. p J _f*s;
Ib-at FAME Capt.-Wn. HPi«," Uj »
Boat OLIVIA. Cast. J. J PftkV.
These Boats are all of the Imelaaa
by careful and experienced Captain.^",?* l --'*'
Promptly as advertised. The ro»nsrian__B
for past favors, begs a oontinu»ace oYtaa'iS""
WM p rii i*
At the Shed. Dock st..in rearof am MJas ȣ_
WATCHES,
ij» " WHERE '» fI BtRTMOLOU IW
JSS 3He haa removed ft'orn tiie . t ,„- __„
namenrew reuewnsd, ■** ,WMr »i4
And his friend* in deapa.r are ail cr.,.,.
But al] Il he Curbs, (.' a ha t-*r a , _'
Wnere bia; Clocks and his «',*,„
He range the old son/, of Teai Mo V"j" n -
A aurp sun that hia BUUiaesa ia thr■ "n, ,{ *- 1 '
Ah. truly the BU*SS oi Uip aUaatrsh ___
M hat a deuce of a trade hi* ia ifnvri"
Co " '""' * ''" ,P ' l * X: ** **** PliMt
Jnstjbove blajte in dry coo.ls y m | dan
1 ocetaet th»y ll make quit.- _ Dr( . t .*_'__
As any recotdeil m xtory "^'-'.Mcw
W t,-l W J -- ARTH ' , !"VEW,
ffiL SELLINI. OUT "lIKI.IHV (o»T"
'_?'_, The BUdarairred takes u,r libLrtl'*!
<*» ant* n-unce ; . hio put., ■ t,,,, b , v:: '_ n u
MENI ol Mesara. RITCHIK ,y DI'NNaV»%S
In consequence of tins ehaasa is mv _____*
am obliged to sell out mi presrnt n,.! ab 1 '
want; of FINK -'EWELRf.
KAKL'i CALL, as only .ntrml ~, A i iTS
FOR COSTa.horttime. T&halwmefu»av2
will be sold at auction. I. HOVKR
_ ml, 10-lin' _ meNB
JO t:»tARI.L-« LI MMitrli.
I aC« * I.Aubbt rosJobs lwrmm,
_J J. Announces th;.t he will ..pen tlnn _Tua
•SauiiamiO'ii .Uarch, a well .elected -■ ', '-
Wat. lies. Jewelry. Speetacrss, and BUtarWam
I all ~f good quality and newly aeleitnl ~f i-nut' '
desuns. tasteful workiiiHiisinp and lastosJitid
material, to which he iavuss ths sttsaiioa of at
I w ",'" | t ei » wsu» of any article is the line
He flatters htmselfthat from kitloßi erwirnr*
j in the business, together with hi, KaaMßtaaa
I with the manulacfiirera; will ena'.ie him »..,,(?,.
I MrenaaerßßoodgiMHla at reasonv-ie pneea. iv
I at 9s Main street.
I JEWELRY, repaired in the iV*' iiiannt-r.aliw.rt
I initice, and at reasonaUe pnce-i
I dP\ AB^J^r^'w I *^^^*^^
J_l _. keeps constantly pa hinid <\ htrt*lSn ay
maUiSßS r |ete aaaortmerit of tne n!i«ne n»m.* ir-
I tides, eiiibraciiig all ths Istsat sty lea. uhesn)a>
I ters to his Ineiide and publn-on the BMat BUB»
abie terms. He would call particular sttssbuß
tit stock ..f fine VV atehes, each as Jules Jsiiteua
F. ti. Adnata A »«*u Alfred Laraletu, JamiEa»
I r», He.irv KegeeMs Lemon. Jnaeph Jokauqi hai
crame, and other celebrated maasrs. £ v*>
keep* a lafgeassrMtflurßtef rich DuHMteaar»rUr
I c-** 1 i S**- * >i ," rt Buttons. Diamond ChUSB ud
I Sinrle hti-ne Brsaetpias. lor Kentg; *,*, % ,■>,
assortment of ladies' Cailuncle, CoiSl, . vv.
I Cameo and Pearl Sets, KtruscHti and p .-..n i^j
Chain Br.o-.elets. Chatlain Chmna. Neck Cum,
I Charms,sleeve Buttons_Shirt tsattoas.* _abu
I *Tf v ' '"'''j et «- Pitchers. Salt' 'e.i-irs. -.'yps,H.m<t,K
I Holders, t lajh Knives arid Kon-s. Btrn Sbbbb
Asparagus Tonus, Ice Tobbb. Silver .-p.. .bi .-J
I Forks, fine Surer-slated Knives. Ac.
Hopini; to offer such ißimosßUinti that -•;.-<
fail to piease in price and quality, -i call ,i> rM§««i
fully solicited. 8 a. MVBH,
Corner of Maia and Paarl m.
tn* - . _ — - • ~ ■■ ■
E. t.ATtIKK.HT HIiMTUI
aWBuTWAHKHOI.-'K i iOVKKX't 9*l
_ff. BETWEEN MAIN A.M. FRANK: ».
■§_____''''*''" : band at i».a
■""-"■■■"nest stock of Fl K.MMIfi: hehaartr
ottered to bia friends and thepuWic- alaritp.
of vhich betas CITY -MADE -WBishhspkehsfß
sell tor Kiss profit than herrt.u.irr. I'a.nted. in:
itation and » olid < -ak, Whlmui. >1,ii,,.,i!ir.. .:,-
Rosewood CHAM UK X 91 'IIS-, from J* 29 v, Iw
all styles Marble Top TABLES; * ">. Wash
BOBEB, from $I(»up:TKTK A I'Kl'fcS.biVA.t I *.
SOr-AS. from *13 up t.. IK Jsaai \*ed ITI
BTEADB, from fs to -jr.v. beautiful ilr.xTr ♦,
Plush. lasting and Hair Cloth i'AKI'.R hUTI
ai».». CObCMstnand BKU LOI NiiM.Btlussti
iveper cent les* than aaa t«- passMßsi ei"»
where; in lact. his sto4-.k smhrsess srsw srlhh
usually kept in ma ln.e. Call UM turn, ft
foryonreslf.aad see how meshyes c.iniav»t»
fore purchasing slarwners A<». a iar<e "■•■''t
men* of Recumber.t. inv.-t.'.d. Mr... i,-. .i '. '
voU-iiK CHAIRSjI KATTRriS'SE.-' H»ir inif
Shuck, and BEDDINU. i ik .'l-iOsi
/*._-#_ " MEW SAtIDLK AM» H»Ktl»»
_____ MAM FACTORV-' havetms-toiM
tm rnuVlk p.Mtiie.i JAMES I"K.WI'I.I- VA.i w
*§* v******u ****** ajtent Ui carry on the BADOuB aPfl
• HARNEr-S K!'8INI-A8 is Ihsnh I
Riohmond, and to iv* my n-iiue la 881 h* -i*'" l
only, and tos«;l on any term* he mat think V ■&'■
March Mr* IhuV W.M A. HLrr.
In tahinc char-re ol the abeve hu«ia».. I
shall t». «tad toseeiny old (fiend* BBS tSS__J
generally, .--nd hone ny atrici attetitmii ____■■
to secuie and merit a liner-il »h»r» af patronMr
Repaimu done neatly sad at '.tie ataßjaa ss
tice. JaS. IKMI-Lfc'.U.-'l.
_iuh s-lm Mth ah. opposite Rxshaaes Bstsl _
U-.'A X V. VV A X D.- K.y-ivwa| irtm'f
sWrahaehber. PHILIP TaVI.cK. p.y.d snw
_*k % wa« purchased «>i aßßsrse w. BUfsnsas. f
Jl J.-hiicanndera. Kse .»l •••'►*'« • '■-'■■'
T»aT -*.... a.-nt mm to Rn.-iinii.nd to iv. ears. »JM
I lur >; -• '. il linn withapasa t....- iii •*• ».»•••'•
an.i return in >•*}" week from th« .' ite »i ' B » ••"•
»lurti w»» dated early in iUgtSßibsri l**>- n*
wile ia free VftUBUUI was then heiSfl ____.
letd, n-»-ir I'sleraburc. The a ! ->>v*" SBBBMSSBU
uaseunvaeipatee.hr the late Th-m-* " T *J_j
an-f eohl by Fethain A l)a\,«. o-i e>•••..anlof '•»"".
W. Srellin*H. Ihe a!«ov». rewtrd Bill tv SBU J
delivered to me >n (Uenmosd. «_ . tM
_nihj :: »n*' _ w « pHILLir*-
IRIt H.-flUNir HADE I I.OTMI**-
(NCftEASKD FACILITIKA- 'h»ajs
*(-r:t-»rhas la.'#n ■BUSiastßlias
the city or ITi hmctiU over twrntf »c»- •
an.( haw at this l -we Irom 75 !<■ be ;|*' B ;•• '
his employment, and w!I!. in »he nr ' f '.""'^iJ
two, make largo asWttloas t.« thtt bbbi *'_~,,',,
inn tak«n ths ssory over his -.tore, •**_?!,__.
niariiilai tin ti« he
ar.y article in the c-f.-. hina line trtv *'•'*•> £'™f*, lt '
in --very resasot. with oiotlung atede is • ,'
cities, and he ink* the pa'friMe <d " *'''~__
and tne public generally, ta view <.f tie '• t ' l _lJJ
he is giving employment in our uiid*'t_
i.vi.ii c. ol toecaanira and worthy _■_■_ i_,
might otherwise auder lur ths BSB ■"■""___
He haa tho beet oi setters, in I taatenalssrU ■ -
surpa-jse-l by .-my m til" -t.iiiitr-;. -^
M.-tr«land. Vir/ißia. Caro'inaa md ''•°___ m.
81MEREH and TWKKIW ■•' a*!
SIRICTLV A BOVTHKRN H*>_ p ___il
INU HOI SE, aa ail shall heaati»b*(J _ •?*:VL i
lasßeeuensa not what he .steadstees.Bas"
he h.M 1-eea doing aWfeaVM piat anfaiCi,
Clothier and Tailor, corner M-wn l id * ■*" __**Vn.
fe jf>_a| S^9____*"
>_t NEW ITTOIIK AND N X W uOO 0* j
__ w.-uld leapeoitu'iv invite, the »-*"',,,,
3gr
moat haaavy to make up at _•«_ _*L l> -9__ajN.
soaauie arises.
». 8.-CU*p:INO promptly atwa-ieJ to.
"__ TMO-ir I
•uM form his rflTiids ar.d the
■t taut he has taksa the triMii r«^ t Sa
_# l-Weher's .drag «7,•-, B%A**
•*"s»carryinj«B the I A tLoKi>'> »'«:,«
in all its teauche*. and tolieits 4 *"*••_■_ »i*
Hoaaae. promising to use • very ♦>J l '' , ** )te T, f er
farttozive general satisfaetn.e
atl.at.oii to tire ra»t that us toqffiuU
tt lh h ß-im' t f * Wtt^4# <*"%** 9. *o\*Jt-
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****** thy'ti*'-*** sap» VLWjfß*
aar*ta« aea resßMieh tee imaatra-i **___[ 3

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