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TUESDAY MORNING AUG. 21. DNW.
An Indian, being at an Englishman's'able
_\ Sural, expressed his surprise, by loud ex
.mietloan on seeing a larjre quantity of froth
ooxeouf of a botile of porter as soon as the
cork was drawn. Being asked what surprised
him, he replied : ■ 1 don't wonder at all the
froth come* out of the bottle; but how the
deuce did you ever contrive to squeeze it all
A worthy clergyman, upon being asked why
he did not venture 10 an election at which ihe
proceedings were riotously conducted, and
give his vote, replied: "1 do not see why 1
should endanger my own poll to Delicti t another
A loving couple during an evening: walk
,1 is. overed the "variegated prismatic hues" of
Hie Aurora Borealts, by which name be called
her attention, to which she, in seraph tones, re
plied AureluiK liolis.what nonsense! them's
nothin' but northern lights !"
The word of life runs thus: Man creeps
into childhood — bounds in to youth—sobers in to
manhood-softens into age-totters into se
cond childhood, and slumbers into the cradle
prepared for him.
" Where's vonr master. Pompey ?" said an
nngrv creditor, the other day, to the black ser
\ant*oi an intemperate debtor. "Up stairs,
Beer.** '(letting drunk, I suppose V "No, sar,
he bo get ling »ober."
A rial banker gave a beggar a shilling, when
the latter exclaimed with gratitude, "May
BeaTCa reward you a thousand times ;•• "Well,
Whal would That amornt to! only Aft*/
pounds j" answered the rich man. smiliing.
"You always lose your temper in my com
pany," said an indivldval of douhttul reputa-
Uon to a genileman. '-True, sir,'' replied tbe
Other, "mul 1 shouldn't wonder if 1 lost every
Ciui): 1 ha\e about me."
J.ir.i's aad Drown met at the Post-Office.—
Jones complains of a had smell about the Pos
t-1 Wee, and asks Brown what it can be ! Brown
d. eea'l know, unless 11 may be the large num
ber Of dta.i letters there '
"Tom. what's monomany '" "Why, you
see. luck, when a poor woman steals it is
called larceny j but when it's a rich 'un, the
iiiry says it's monomany, and caul help it—
Papa, I know what makes some folks call
piatols horse pistols. "Why, my son ?" "Be
cause they kick so." put that boy to
be.!: he is so sharp he will cut somebody."
"Do try to talk a little common sense." said
;i COaceited youth to a young lady.—
" Oi. but wouldn't that be taking an unfair
advantage of you P*
A little* boy, returning from the Sunday
school, said 10 his mother, "Ma, ain't there a
kmy chi-m for little boys I Ibis r.i'-echism
is 100 hard for me."
"Whatever we may think of woman's rirht
to rote aud legislate, there can be no disputing
bei right to bare arms—and the prettier the
betier and more irresistible.
la Japan there is not the slightest difficulty
la hiring even a prince of the blood for a body
servant. All you have to do is to insult bini,
urd he will let" himself out immediately.
The following notice might have been seen
sometime ago stuck up in a corset-maker's
shop window in Glasgow— » All sorts of la
die- stays here."
To keep eggs from spoiling, eat them while
they ar»- fresh. We have tried all kinds of
method*, but this we think is tbe only oue 10
be rvlied on "in any climate."
Mrs. Partington asks very indignantly, if
the bills before Congress were not counter
.. it why should there have beeusuch difficulty
ii panning them I
The Philadelphia Bulletin states that Mrs.
Anna Cora Bfoeratt Ritchie is writing a new
story tor Hie Ledger, after the completion of
Which she is going to Europe.
An Eiglish paper advertises for sale "a per-
Cect lady's horse" We don't care about the
h rse, but the perfect lady would be worth
If I am about courting a girl 1 have but little
acquaintance with, how shall I come to a
knowledge of her faults. Answer.—Praise her
among ht-r female acquaintances.
"Where shall 1 put this paper so as tobesure
: :■--.■ing it to morrow !"' asked Maury Jones ol
bar brother Cnarles. "On the looking glass.Jto
be sure," was his very prompt rej ly.
Au important omission in Shakspeare sup
plied : A dramatic genius suggests that after
ail of tb- phrases "Go to" iv the great bard—
h —11 should baiuserted.
The reason that the Indians are so fleet of
loot is that, from the habit they have of paint
ing themselves, they are accustomed to streak
An artist painted a cannon so natural the
other day, that when he finished the touch
hole it Wf-iit off. Sorry to say it was taken by
The last place in which I should look lor
the miik of human kiuduess, is tbmpmlt of civ
However poor opinions steamboat captains
may have 01 each other's boats when running
races, they yery likely think tAenapnaaeefe.
Why is an invalid, cured by sea-bathing,
like a confiued criminal ? Because be is sea
coal, cokb, ,
THE UNION WOOD YARD,
Church Hnl, on Leigh. 25th and 26th sts.
The su:«cn!>er Hiving made every necessary ar
rangement, is now prepared, and will continue to
keep on hand a No. 1 article of WOOD-PINE i
and OAK—which he would tie pleased to furnish to
tin'cozens of L'nion and Church Hills, as well as -i
::ie public generally. Having been a resident of
mis portion of the city nearly twenty years, he
tlitter* nimself that he knows something of the
wants of tne people, especially in this lme,AnA
hopes, oy eudeayoring to please, that the new en- ]
tcrprise will meet with a remunerative patronage, i
Prion for OAK. $5 per cord, and delivered.—
Price for PINE, 84 60 per cord, and delivered.
Orders left at the Yard, or at No. 1, basement Bal
lard House, will lie attended to.
jy 24-lm JAS. ML CAETKJA.
REBUCTION IN I OK V..— The prices of \
CARBON HILL COKE will be, until further
notice, as follows:
LUMP COKEL for grates. $5 per load.
STOVE COKE, for cooking, Ac, 84.80 per
Our COKK is of unexceptionable quality this
season, aud cannot fail to give entire satisfaction.
Tkhms—Cash on delivery.
Je2-ts JNO. J. WERTH, Agent. I
PKlAl<.—Tto aabeenber willjnraiak for the next j
I' three months CLOVER HILL HAIL COAL, ,
of tne (.est quality, at 84 a load. Also, the CLO- .
VEH HILL LUMP and ANTHRACITE COAL at \
tne market prices. M. D. WHITING,
je 15-iiin Near the Petersburg Depot.
POAJL.— ~ <
V> SAM'L P. HAWEB A 80N.
ANTH RACI TE COAL-Red and White Ash.
And SMITHS' COAL. I
Also, a full supply of OAK and PINE WOOD on
hand. 14th street. South side of the Dock. '
N. B.—Anthracite Coal sold by weight. '
my 30—3 in
( \AK"AND PINE~WOOD-Seaaoned and un
V-r der shelter, for sale at Coke V ards.
delJ—U JNO. J. WERTH.Ac't.
S2O.UUO VIRGINIA 6'a.
66 scares KANK OF VA. STOCK.
10U snares HANK OF THE COMMONW'LTH
40 shares VA. FIRE AND MARINE STOCK.
30 shares RICHMOND FTRE ASSOCIATION ,
83.000 3d Mortgage VA. AND TENN. R. R. j
In auins to suit purchasers. '
JylS-ts C.W. PURCELL ACQ. -
HOSI ER V . HOSIERY. : I-Juat landed, of
our own importation : I
2.000 doz. Ladies* COTTON HOSE, ail qualities; f
1,000 " Misses' ■ *' ail sizes and 1
LOOOdoz. GenU'COTTON HALF-HOSE.allqual
Also, I,ooodox. L. C. HDKFS., all grades. t
All of winch we oiler to the trade at a small ad- <
vance upon cost of importation. i
GINTER, ALVEY A ARENTB,
*pB--ta Importers and Jolliers. Main st.
VOTICf.- The aubecriher hega to inform the j
*/ ?ut)in:,atid particularly the frienda and patrona ,
ol tne old firm of LAIDLEY A ROBINSON, that
•he tuiKiness heretofore conducted by that firm hue J
lwen,aiiMe the 3«ih of June, carried on by him, ',
individually. 04 the old atand. Fourth and EraoK- l
iv He impes, with inoreased facilitiea and exer- I
t .<::». t" merit acontmuaneeof the nustoiii so lib- ■
c -...-• i.. w.-doi: tneoid hrm Very re*ueo.t fully I
I* l-u EDWARD T. RnHfNSQN. <
'I'U TRAVtbfcKk, We nave insTo"rran~as" 1
« untuient of Light Oassnuere Oversacks. to ,
\s -i ich we ask the attention of those contemplating
i visit NorUi. or to the mountains of Virmniii t
KEEN, BALDWIN A WfLLIAMB. j
LEKTILIZER*. The andersigned aTTnow «
1 prepared to furniah pure Peruvian Guano — '
A'so, ihe Jarne* River Manufaotu'ing Company's I
•'.'•nipulated Guano. Ground Bone Ash, aud '
Ground Si.imbiero Guano. I
BACON A |
f tIL. OIL --Attention v invited to our etock of
r. n .-?f r rVi.7i ha Jf' La . ra * nd V»"«ed Oile, war-
140 Main atreet. '
(^*.^^^?. E w h r ,* n yxV" keU ' J" 1 reeas-ani. .
tue, v .' al*i*' ii, 1 * « n<l Ve ry superior i
Old Port and She.-ry Whim. For aale by ~~ mmm
B PI KAHAN IK, Agent,
No 2 Main at, corner 17th.
pK'ME OLI» P E A « II AND A pp __
HKMSDY forpu ting up Brsndy Peachea—
>• or aale by Ii PLEASANTS. Age,t ,
No 2 Main at , comer I7th.
clean t iTJX**? W HEAT, white and very
year and is nm. mo, . t pr l llfio wheat """n *»'»
Drug S -c
a>V Persons affllrted with Fever end Agne
should not spare either* ime, trouble or expense Io
procure Da. HOSTETTER*S CELEBRATED
BITTr RSTwhoae beneficent effects upon the hit
man system has been clearly proven to those who
have been stricken down in a short apaoe of time
by thia dreadful onrae, whose el.eeka are wan aad
meagre, and whose nights are sleepless and rest
leea. and whoee eyea are dim and annken. with
death alarms them in the face. thia compound
must prove a blessing, snatching them as it ware
from ths very month of the grave. None can
snow its true value until they have tested it —
When all others have failed, these Bitter* have re
stored the sufferers to pristine health. Their pop
ularity in all the Western and Southern parts
should introduce them to all famibe*.
Sold hr druggists and dealers s*B**esn£.eeerr
where. * v l_un
■ra L*ok te home for all reor wants, if yon
w"hto«*e Virginia independent and prosperous.
If yon are a dyspeptic, or sutler with constipation
or indigestion, don't gorge yourself with,\ *nke«
nostrum*, recommenced by lamina certificates of
men Tsfraw, but pr.io.ire o*.KKR'S PREMIUM
BITTERS. Resd the certificates of lriends and
neighl>ors. then take them i» directed and become
reiuvenstedand entirely healed.
price W cents per bottle.
To l»e had of ail the principal Druggists in the
city of Richmond and elsewhere in Virginia and
North Larohna. Jy M—ts
IV For Pickling -
MACE, PEPPER, NUTMEG,
CELERY SEED, CORIANDER SEED,
GARLIC. TIM ERIC. Ac, Ac.
Fresh and pure. For sale by
JOHN W. GAHLICK, Apothecary, Ac,
, Market Place, Franklin st.
bTJA, Artificinl Teeth.—The I'loeplaMlc
and Vulcanite Prooesa.— w. W JONES, De.n
tist, havii.r the right for the above mode of
making Teeth, and being satisfied of its ab
solute superiority over all other methods,
can with confidence commend it to those desiring
full or partial sets of teeth, and especially such
as msy lie dissatisfied with those they are now
using. Theperlect adaptation of the plate to the
mouth, and the suction thereby eecured. enables
him to insert one or more teeth without clasps.—
This method having l>een adopted by those stand
ing highest in the profession. North and South,
testimonial* a ill he given and specimens exhibited
to those wisning to see them. Sets of Teeth, on
gold or any other plate will of course be made for
those preferring them. Filling, Cleansing. Ex
tracting, and all other operations gently and tho
roughly performed. Teeth extracted by ELEC
TRICITY without pain
BY. Office on Main atreet, oppoaite Corinthian
n\_ To Grocers.--The attentien ef Gro
oer» and Merchants generally is called to BEM
PLE'S INFALLIBLE BaKING POWDER-a
home article, and superior to most of the kind be
fore the public
—-* — - z
Bjiv. All Medicines shonld be Prepared by
A REGULAR PHYSICIAN.
DR. J.*. ROSE'S COUGH SYRUP, for Coughs.
Colds, Hoarseness, Bronchitis, and that lion of
diseases. Consumption. Price 50 cts. and $L
Drf.J.S. MOSEYS BUClll COMPOUND, for all
diseases of tne Kidneys and Bladder. This prepa
ration is a positive cure. Price 60 cts.
DR J.S. ROSE'S PAIN CURER. for Rheuma
tism. Cholic, Cramps, Pains in the Stomach or
Bowels, Pains in the Back or Limbs. Price, 12, 25
and 50 cts.
DR. J. S. ROSE'S ALTERATIVE SYRUP, or
BLOOD PUR 1 EI ER, for the cure of Scrofula, old
Eruptions. Chronic Dtr> -"ses. Ulcers. Sores, Swell
ed Neck, Biles, and al! diseases arising from an
impure state of the blood. Price $1.
Sold by Druggists, and by
WARNER L. WARING.
ja2l— ly 107 Broad st.. \gent for Richmond.^
Mr*. The Great Virginia Remedy, and no
HrvßiG.-PETERS' "NFALLIBLE REMEDY
FOR GONNORRHtKE AND ALL SECRET DIS
EASES.—This great American remedy, contain
ing no Mercurial or Balsamic properties, excels
every thing heretofore otfered the puplic, in its cu
rative, restorative and renovating powers: and
the medical world are astonished when told that
the abore remedy will cure the above diseases, and
confounded when they have ocular demonatra
tions of the facts. But the proprietor, who has
known of the remedy for twenty-odd years, has
known of a case of twenty years' standing to be
restored to perlect health, and ail other cases of
shorter duration to be restored, without a single
exception, ar.d therefore challenges any case of
iionorrhffa which, the remedy will not cure, pro
vided the directions are carried out with prudence
on the part of the patient; and any ofte purchasing
half a dozen bottles, and using accordingly, in his
or her case, he guarantees a perfect cure; and in
case of failure, will furnish additional medicine,
tree of charge, to complete the cure, through his
■vents; and a cure will be effected without incon
venience to the patient.
Sold by APPERSON A DUPUY,No. 201 Broad
street, and O. A. ST RECK ER. Main street, Drug
gists, agents for the city of Richmond.
ia_ While **ulptlnr Water-
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
Greenbrier Co., Va.
BOTTLED AT THE SPRINGS.
The Company have made great improvements in
heUUng, and tne transported water is now as per
fec'as wtien taken from its source Address all
orders to PURCELL, LADD A CO.,
General Agents for the U. States,
ap24—<sm Richmond. Va.
■a. Turnip Seed.
' TURNIP SEED.
EARLY WHITE FLAT.
WHITE red top.
LARGE G' ORE.
RUTA BAGA, purple top, Ac,
Just to hand, for sale by
JNO. W. GARLICK. Apothecary. Ac,
Market Place, F/anklin st.
atAw Baths. Baths. Baths.
HOT, COLD AND SHOWER BATHS,
can be had daily, from 6 o'clock A. M., until 10 P.
IL, at the American Hair Cutting, Shaving. Sham
piioing and Bathing Saloon, under the American
Hotel, entrance on 11th street. Single Bath 25 cts.;
or five tickets for 191
Si. Ncr vo ns
BROKEN DOWN AND DEBILITATED PRO
WHY NOT HAVE YOUR HEALTH RESTOR
We oiler you the great RESTORATIVE AND
We offer it to all classes—it may save valuable
lives. We do not believe that any other remedy
has such a mass of testimony.
THE U.EV. B. F. BROOKE.
Baltimore, Fed. 27, 1860.
Messrs. Mortimer & Mowbray:
The use of your HAMPTON'S TINCTURE has
been a vtry great blessing to me and my family —
The effect it has had on my throat disease has been
marvelous. For all such diseases 1 most cordially
recommend it. Yours, truly,
B. F. Brookk,
Pastor of the Eutaw M. E. Churoh,
AS AN INVIGORATOR.
As an invigorator and restorative, where a gen
tle stimulant is wanted, we believe it superior to
ail the Cordials before the public as a cure for By*
pewtim. Cough, Scrofula and Rheumatism, with
all diseases of the Stomach and Bowels. It has been
truly successful to the single and married. We
offer the most valuable remedy, which thousands
FEMALES AND CHILDREN.-Thia TINC
TURE will be iudud a great medicine for all their
IrjL. Call and get Pamphlets and see curea.
Sold by PURCELL, LADD A CO.. Richmond;
by Dr. COOKE, Fredericksburg: by all the Drug
gists in Petersburg: by MORTIMER St. MOW
BRAY, Balttmore; and by Druggists and Shop
keepers everywhere. e)l per bottle; six Lotties,
tA my 28—dAowti
|V( ome and See!
"'RING OVERCOATS and DUSTERS.
Choice MARSEILLES VESTS.
FANCY LIN EN PANTS, new styles.
FRENCH DRAP D'ETE COATS.
MARSEILLES and SILK VESTS.
SKELETON VESTS, light a* air.
GAUZE SHIRIS and DRAWERS.
BHOULDEK SEAM SHIRTS.
CORDED SILK SACKS.
All of which are new, having been made within
the last two months, and warranted in every par
ticular. Call on your "old familiar friend," TUP
MAN, at 109 Mam street, south side, third door
above Hth street. W. 8. TUPMAN,
jy 10-ta Agent.
aAv Leeches '. Leeches I I Leechea'.! !—I
have je .treceived, by Adama' Express, a lot of
fresh LWEDISH LEECHES, the very best, and
large size, which will be applied upon the most
P. S.-CUPPING and LEECHING promptly at
tended to. I can he found at all hoursof the day at
the HAIR DRESSING ROOM, under the Ameri
can Hotel, (antrance on 11th street.) and at night
at the corner of Leich and 10th streets.
apl»--U R. C. HSBSON.
CHEAP. CHEAPER THAN
anybody has any money to lay out in Dry
ijiii.it-, they will certainly do well by calling at
No. 27 Main street, where you get the full value
for yonr money. Beautiful Stella Shawls. atß>,
Ac; Oil Cloth per yard and Talne Covers at all
prices; 100 dozen Extenson Skirts to be sold at a
sacrifice; 000 the richest pattern* all woollen Ta
ble Covers at #126, cheap at >175, French nee
dle- worked Ladies' Collars and 3,000 of the finest
worked Cambric Bands at iiall their value: Irish
Linen at 26, 37>4 and 00 cents, worth double the
money; fine Jaconett Lawns at lv cents; Organ
dies and Bereges according; Black and CoUred
Silks at prioea to please all; those in want of any
Ladies' fine Hose, lOoents and higher; fine Black
and Brown Shirting, just received, at 0 cents; ex
tra fine and heavy 4 4 Brown and Bleached Cot
tou ai. 8 and 10 cants; best quality at 13>« cenU.sell
ing elsewhere at one shilling, and a great many
other Goods selling astonishingly low. AU 1 ask
m_mmmU_Jnm one and all, before buying elae
where. No. 27 Main at. JQB. STRaUSE.
D^lVs"SI \J* lk , «V~s diarrhoea
£i GHffcZ? ,* tne metant cure of Cholera
Cholera Morbue, Diarrho-a, Bloody Flux, Summer
Complaints. Ac. These PiE have bee^Texton
aive y uaed for several yeara past, and have been
rarely known to fail to oure the aixwe mentioned
diseases in the most speedy manner. For sale by
A. BODEKER A CO.. Druarists.
Hn.lt Main street.
DOWDER-MINING AND"BLASTING -HaT
• ard'e, Electric, American, lnman Rifle, Ken
tucky Hine, Sea Shooting and Duck Stiooiing Gun
powder, in kegs, half and quarter kegs, oaniatera
and flasks. For sale by «
I. A G. B. DAVENPORT
LEATHER BADS. LEATHER. B AGB -
We have a large assortment of Leather Baca,
suitable for ladies in traveling; also, a hue as
sortuieut of Sailor Banket, and a variety of other
kinds, too numerous to mention, for aale at the
China and House-Furniahing Store of
THOMAS A. BULKLEY A CO.,
IST Eagle Square.
CEA»4>N AIILE GOODS .'-Water-Ooolera
P Joe PI te:, -jr*, Refrigerator! and lee-Cream
freeeere. eeirsejalinf Frail /are and Cass A
OtfMf lIH Ml* JW-iV eif.
JUAN PI » gK af4ol,|cajLLl DEALER IN
PORTER OF FRKNCH CONFKCTIONERIES.
You will find a great variety, and a very lane
I and fresh stook in this establishment My CAN
DY, manufactured of the very best refined Crashed
' Sugar, is made daily in very large quantities Sold
at a low figure. .City and country merchant* are
respectfully invited to call.
JUAN PIZZINI.IBB Main at.,
au IS -lm Richmond. Va.
MSY& >»*« MJURDO, Agent MANHATTAN
•J LIFE INBURANCK COMPANY, of New
Yarn. Office at the Inaurance Agency of Tims.
M Ai.miKNH.on 11th street, nearly opposite <«od
din s Hall, where applications will lie received,
WM. S. ROVSTER, . _„_
GENERAL COM.WISSION MERCHANT,
Corner Ot»ry and Virginia atree's,
Offers Ink services for the sale and purchase of
Merchandise generally ; aiso. rJour. W heat Lorn,
Tobacco, and all descriptions of Country Produce.
Refers, by permission, to Lewis Webb. Esq.,
Messrs Dnnlop. Monciire A Co., Messrs. Edniond,
Davenport A Co , Messrs. Bacon * Buskervill,
Richmond; Messrs. Bryant. Tinsley A Holmes,
Messrs. Spence A Reid, Baltimore: Messrs. Twella
A Co., Philadelphia; Thos. Monahan, Esq.. New
J% JA R B L E WORKS.
■lavaae tva a a or
Italian And American Marble Monuments,
Tombs, Hend-Pierc*, of every *tyleand design.
The pubLo are respeotfully invited to call at my
Yard, between 6th and 6th sts, on Main, ladioin
ing Rogers A Miller's Marble Yard, land examine
niy work, which cannot be exoelled by any other
esablishment, North or South; which I will sell
as low as any establishment in this city or else
where. au 9-3 m
RO* fill 49 : i
We are now prepared to on the GRAVEL
ROOFING, of a very superior quality. «ither id
town or country.
Also, all kinds of GUTTERS, __ „
and LIGHTNING RODS.
CHARLES D. YALE A CO.,
ap JO—Bm Iron Block. Governor st.
H" ECTOR SATIS- _
FOR SALE OF SLAVES, Richmond. Va.,
gives particular attention to SELLING SLAVES,
both publicly and privately.
B*4» R. D. JAMES has an interest in the busi
ness from this day. j c 28—6 m
JY jAKJJ L E WOKKS.
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE, 9TH STREET.,
MONUMENTS,TOMBS, HEAD PIECES,
MA.fTLES, FONTS, Je.
B9*. Fim Prei liums awarded by the Virginia A|
ricullural Sociei r and Mechanics Institute.
ITwLAMKUII FAFBII MILL,
JV RICHMOND, VA.
BELVIDERE MANUFACTURING COMPANY
keeps constantly on hand all descriptions of EN
VELOPE, MANILLA AND WRAPPING PA
PER, NEWS AND BOOK PAPER, of an qua'i
ties and sixes, furnished at short notice. Cask
paid for Rage.
|_oclo-dl£ GEO. WHITFIELD. Prea't,
__ 60D, EDDY A UO's
Authorized by the States of
DELAWARE. MISSOURI AND KENTUCKY,
Draw daily, in public, under the superinten
dence of Sworn Commissioners.
Managers' Offices are located at Wil
mington. Delaware, and St. Louis, Missouri.
PHIZES VARY FROM
S3. SO to $100,000!
»-2.50 to fS'2O :
giving lull explanation and the
schemes to lie drawn, will be sent, free of expense,
b] addressing WOOD. EDDY A CO.,
W r OOD, EDDY A CO.,
jy 10—ly St Louis, fylo.
ED W I*« WO R Til A*lAt V 0.,
DEALERS IN IRON AND STEEL,
Soiict consignments of TOBACCO, WHEAT
CORN. FLOUR. Ac. to the sale of which EDWIN
WOR'l HA M wiil give his personal attention
Advances made on consignments.
AGS furnished when required.
U lIAlt R, H ALS E¥ *ToT^
O 110 MAIN STREET
(Late Tupman A Hull)—
Are receiving, by every steamer, additions to
their stock of FASHIONABLE CLOTHING and
fine FURNISHING GOODS, to whioh we invite
the attention of purchasers.
■&» P'ancy Cassimere Suits made to order.-
Shirts made to order.
DA VIS.~IJ)Ei;PREITITtO., will give" their
entire attention to the
SALE OF NEGROES.
Publicly and privately
ODD FELLOWS' HALL.
Corner Mayo and Franklin streets.
RO H. DAVIS.
WM. S. DEUFREE.
S. R. FONDREN.
Rufus G. Maddux, Clerk. je I—ly
JAMES V. BRO W N E*S
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKfc,
9th street, next to the Mechanics' Institute.
IRON RAILINGS, VERANDAHS, BALCO
NIES. CHAIRS, SETTEES, to.; also, dating.
Vault and Cellar DOORS, and every other kind of
IRON WORK for ornamental and building pur
poses, manufactured at snort notice.
any Particular attention given toencloaing Burial
Lots in the city end country. ja 24—12 m
AJMHUL * CO.,
(Successors to Smith A Maddux,)
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Cary street, opposite Columbian Hotel,
Jas. F Edwards,of King William, )
W, H. Howard, of York, > Assistants.
W. M. Marshall, of Lunenburg, \
Guarantee to their friends iaithful attention to
all consignments, and orders for goods from pro
Mr. F. V. SUTTON, Jr., is admitted to a in
terest in our business.
_te l-dtsAcw4t __ MADDUX A CO.
Robert" wen den burg,
ship broker, commission and
forwarlh ng merchant,
grocer and ship chandler,
Richmond and City Point, Va.,
Is prepared to take Goods on STORAGE at CITY
POINT on the most reasonable terms, without
charge of dray age either to or from store
REEN A DAVIS.
Sirth Street, near the Armory, Richmond?, Vl
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
Executed at short notice and m the best manner.
mh 12—12 m
P. WEILBACHER. I WM. PAUL,
of Richmond Va. I of Baltimore, Md.
WEILHAI HER A PAUL,
MANI'FACTURKRs AND IMPORTERS OF
HAVANA AND DOMESTIC CIGARS,
and dealers in
je IS—ly No. 21 German at., Baltimore, Md.
IRON FRONTS, HOUSE CASTINGS, RAIL
Corner of Cary and Bth streets, Richmond, Va.
io2—gm A. J. BOWERS. Proprietor.
POTTS, FARLEY A CO.,
X GROCERS, COMMISSION AND
Nearly opposite the Columbian Hotel, Cary at.,
Special attention given to the sale of TOBACCO,
WHEAT, and all kinds of PRODUCE, and liberal
advances made on consignments.
RTc A H ; DIL°FARLEY,y Petersburg
HENRY 8. W r ILLIAMS,Lateof Norfolk.
JAS. B. MARSHALL. Late of Petersburg
BRIIIGFORD A CO., General Commission and
Forwarding Merchants, on the Dock.Riolun oad
Va. J>. B. BRIDGFORD.
F r RANKLIN MATTHEWS,
N. TINBLEY PATE.
A VCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
Will attend regularly to the sales of HORSEB,
MULEB, WAGONS, Ac, at the Horse Lot, every
BATURDAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock.
Stock intended for sale will please be entered be
ore the morning of the sale.
WM. BATTLER A CO.,
IMPORTER* AND DBALRRS IN
OILS, PAINTS, VARNISHES AND WINDOW
BRUBHEB.—We received by the late ateamera
arge supply of Painters' and Artists' Brushes, ol
superior quality, to whioh we call the attention o,
J" DHN N. OORDONA
14th Street, near thk Exchanuk Hotrl,
Oder for sale a large and full assortment of I RON,
oomprising Swede s, American Hammered, Peru
Hammered, English and English Refined, English,
American, Russia and Imitation Russia SHEET
IRON, Hoops, Baud and Scroll Iron, Refined Plow
Iron and Plow Plates. Also, Tin plate of various
sizes, for tinners i nd manufacturers; Sheet and
Bolt COPPER. Sheet Zinc, Spelter, and the Metals
usually sold in this market. ap 1— U_
CM." RUSHER, SUCCESSOR TO WIL
• SON A BOSHER, WHOLESALE AND RE
TAIL GROCER, has for aale the following ar
tides, to which he asks the attention of hia
friends and the public: Rio, Laguayra. Java and
Mocha COFFEES; Brown and Refined BUGARS.
of different grades; Loaf. Pulverised and Crushed
SUGARS; Smoking and Chewing TOBACCO, of
different brands; Old Dominion Nails, of all sizes:
country cured Bacon Hams; Western Sides ajnd
Shoulders ; Cotton Varna, a good assortment; H.
Ott's Old Rye Whiskey, old and good; D. T. Clen
ner's Rye Whiskey, old and good: A. W.Sher
man's Jlye Whiakey I A. N. Wood'a Rye Whia
key, old and good; F. Steams A Co'a Old Rye
Whiakey, two yeara old; Common Whiskeys, in
variety; French Brandy, Madeira Wines, and
other article*, too numerous to mention. Call and
examine, at No. 1, oor. 17th and Main eta., oppo
fg H.n*4KINKER At. VO.,~Groeert and Com
*—> mission Merchants, No. I Cary atreet, Rioh
mond, Va., offer their aervicea for the aale of
Wheat, Corn. Flour, Tobaooo, fto. The usual
advance* made on oonaignmenta.
HIfAJPsjLtXTENT COALTER MAR
_ ROW.-We invite the attention of the far mine
community to thia which h"
been tried by many practical fkrmeia. and\mn
Bounced the very Best implement yet made for
preparing the land for seeding email araw and
atfjaotuaJjy covering the gra.n After sesSfr!g?w-*th
two horses doing the Work ol sit aingle plow, w"
have purchased the right lor the State fl! Wginuv
Mil are now pnaeraoturing them for Hie *n.«he
eeeeen, We Invite n eai! *W*»*^2*at!fl*C
... I . ' ' r—wm
MEDICAL HOBP ITALR
Infirm mart op the
LEGE.-Tins Institution, situated at the corner
of Marahall and College atieeta, is fuller •>rr>vitle>d
for the accommodation of both WHITE PER
SONS and NEGROES, requiring medical treat
ment. . , , . _____
White Persons whodeaire it, can be furnished
with PRIVATE ROOMS, where they will enjoy
every comfort and convenience. »*_
The aecommodationa for SLA VEB. as heretofore,
are ample, and the attention of ownera oLn*?«jroes,
both in the city and oountry. is again nvited to
the great advantages afforded by the Infirmary lor
the Medical and Suriocal treatment of thia olaaa
O, L P *ijNG-IN WOMEN are alao received andoare
ullv attended to. , *..„*■„
All patients are under the care of the Profeeeore
of the College, who viait the warda daily, aided by
an efficient cores of assistants. In cases ol diffi
culty, a consultation of the Professors is held,
withoutextraoharge to the patient.
Tbe charges for Medioal Attendance. Board,
Nursing and Medicine are as follows:
White Persons Ssperweek.
" " in private rooms. ®7 to Jl6
Blaves and other colored patients ...S6 *'
For less than a week, (except in private rooms.)
91 per day—provided that the aggregate shall not
exceed the charge for a full week.
For Surgical ttperattons, by agreement with the
proprietors of the Bellevue HospitaLastnall extra
charge will be made, varying from 92 to 930, ac
cording to the difficult* and importance of the op
eration. , , ____
All oharcea payable on the removal of the pa
NO CASE OF SMALL POX, or any other in
fectious dista.se, nor any cast of Insanity, will be
admitted. - „
Attending Physiciane-Profa. TUCKER CON
Attending Hurgeona-Profa. GIBSON. PETICO
LASand WELLFORD. . „„„„,„„
Resident Physician-Dr THOS. L. HUNTER.
Bteward-F. M. PARRIBH.
President -Dr. L. 8: JOYNES.
Persons in the country, desirous of sending pa
tients to tho Infirmary, may address the President,
Steward, or any of the Professors of the College.
\/| A I NSTREET II O SP'l TA L FOR
L»l SLAV BS.—This Hospital is situated near the
corner of Main and 26th streets, and is admirably
adapted in airiness, privacy and healthfulness of
position, to the purposes for which it has been in
stituted, namely : For MEDICAL. SURGICAL
and OBSTETRICAL treatment of SLAVES.-
The rules and regulations governing this institu
tion have a'ready been published- > circular con
taining full particulars will be furnished those who
may desire further information.
Terms.—Patients per week, 95 ess than a week,
(flperdiem; but th /aggregate shall not erreed
the charge for a full week. Patients attend
ing the daily examination* (not fit subjects
for HOSPITAL CONFINEMENT,) charged the
regular fee adopted by the i rofession at large.—
The above charges include board, medicine, medi
cal attendance and nursing. Surgical operations
charged according to rules of other Hospitals of
the city. For further information apply to the
Physician resident at the Hospital, or to either of
the undersigned Physicians and Proprietors.
FRS. W. HANCOCK, M. D.,
Main at., bet. 3d and4th. or No. 130 Main st.
ST. GEO. PEACHY, M. D.,
Exchange Hotel, or Grace st.. bet. 6th and 6th.
R. S. VEST, M. D . Franklin st..
Near Ballard House, or cor. Alain and 7th sts.
PHILIP 8. HANCOCK. M. D.,
an 19 It Resident Assistant.
whioh has been in successful operation seven
years, is situated on Church Hill. Richmond,
Virginia, in a delightful, airy position, and is
furnished with every convenience conducive to
the comfort of patients and the successful treat
ment oi medical and surgical diseases.
Rooms have been nicely furnished, suitable to
the accommodation of gentlemen who may find it
inconvenient to be treated at their private lodg
Particular attention will be paid to the lying-in
wards, which are very commodious.
Having lieen heretofore liberally patronised by
owners of slaves, both in the city and country, we
can, with increased confidence, call their atten
tention to the great advantages afforded by our
"Hospital," (or tne medical and surgical treat
ment of SLAVES,and promise to spare no pains to
furnish them proper accommodations and every
(Payable on the removal of the Patient.)
White Patients, per wesk 96
"ih Private Rooms, per week.S'7 to 916
Slaves per week. . . ... 6
iF'or frictions of a week, after the first week, at
the same rates, j c. 71 cents per day.)
For less than a week, (except in private rooms,)
91 per day, provided that the aggregate shall not
exceed the charge for a full week.
This includes ail charges for Board. Medical At
tendance. Nursing and Medicine. By an arrange
ment with the Infirmary of the Medical College, a
email additional fee. ranging from 82 to §'30. will
be ohar?ed for Surgical cases. The particular sum
may be ascertained beforehand by application t<~
one of the attending Physicians.
No Small-Pox admitted.
All patients are under our immediate care, one
of us visiting the wards once a day, and oftener
when necessary ; and in cases of difficulty, a con
sultation of all the physicins is held, without ex
tra charge to the patient. A resident Physician,
two Students and a Matron, have the patients un
der their immediate supervision, and personally
administer all medicines ordered.
When requested, weekly reports will be given of
the condition of patients.
Persons in the country , wishing to send patients
to ourHospitaL may address either of the Physi
cians, or the Resident Physician.
When desired, we will t- r end a comfortable cov
ered vehicle to any part of the city for patients.—
For this purpose, a message left, at the Hospital,
or a 'Mr. Thos. Pemberton's,on Main, between
17th and 18th streets, will lie attended to.
ATTENDING FHY*!CIAN S AMI SURGEONS :
JAMES BOLTON. M. D., Grace st., betweenltb
THOMAS POLLARD, M. D„ Governor at., let
door above Richmond House.
0. A. CRENSHAW, M. D„ opposite Americac
WM. W. PARKER. M. D., Law Buildme.cor
ncr of 12th and Frannlin sts.
C. M. HUN TER. M. D., Resident Phyeioian.
Mrs. W . E. FERKiNS, Matron.
LITE INSURANCE, &c
DERPE T D A L INS I R ANCJE.
THE INSURANCE COMPANY OF THE
STATE OF VIRGINIA.
CAPITAL _ $300,000.
Offick— Main Street, in American Hotel.
This Company takes, in addition to the ordinary
Fire and Marine risks, rERPETUAL insurance
on beuldinga. Under this policy one payment se
cures the property E'ORE'. V ER against loss by fire
This Company receives MONEY on deposit, pays
interest thereon, and guarantees the payment of
Negotiable Notes and Bills of Exchange.
Wm. H. Macfarland Pres't Farmers' Bank.
A. Warwick, firm of Warwick ft Karksdale.
W m. G. Crenshaw, firm of Crenshaw A Co.
Wellington Goddin, firm of Goddin A Apperson.
T. W. McCance, firm of Dnnlop, Moncure A. Co.
G. A. Barksdale, farm of Warwick A Barksdale.
James H. Grant Tobacco Manufacturer.
L D Crenshaw, firm of Haxall, Crenshaw ft Co,
John L. Bacon, firm of B.tion A Baskervill.
R. (i. Haxall. firm of Haxall, Crenshaw A Co.
John Currie, Jr., Sh:p Owner.
Wm. B. Warwick, firm of Warwick A Barksdale.
Jas Alfred Jones. .Attorney at Law.
C C. E:ilett. Builder.
F. G. Hufhn. Agriculturist and Manufacturer.
R. W. Aic-jruder, firm of 8. McGruder's Sons.
W. W. Crump, Attorney at Law.
Jas. Dunlop, firm of Dun'op, Moncure A Co.
BOLLING W. HAXALL, Pres't.
0. F- Brksek, Secy. • au7—lm
OLD DOMINION INSURANCE COMPA
NY-CAPITAL S'-100, 000 1
•Kh-Oifice— No. 42 Main street, under St. Charles
This Company is now prepared to receive appli
cations for FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE
on favorable terms.
Gab. Wortham, John H. Greanor,
John Enders, Geo. 8. Palmer,
Bam'l M. Price, Wm. 8. Triplet*.,
B. F. Ladd. _ S. C. Tardy,
Jno. Stewart Walker, Wm. Currie,
Luther R. Spilman, Jas. R. Crenshaw,
Peter C. Warwick, John H. Williams,
Jas. S. Kent, Mark Downey,
Horace P. Edmond, Thomas lones,
James M. Talbott, E.'dwin A. Smith,
Griffin S. Davenport, Ko. A. Paine,
Geo. W. Yancey, 80. V. Williams.
Jos. Bruimnel, Wm. P. Haeland,
Wm. Brent, Henry C. Cabell,
Fo. H. Maury Geo. W. Royster.
ISAAC DAVENPORT, Jr.. Pres't.
_Ci'*s. E. Wubtham, Seo»y. my 19— te
Fl XX IN*DRAJtCst.
*THE VIRGINIA FIRE AND MARINE INSVAs
■aVOffice No. 131 Main Street, Riohmond.NH
Capital and Surplus, 3MO.UOQ !
This Comfany has the advantage of twenty-stem
ytars' experience in the Insurance business, and
having enjoyed the favor of tho pablie daring all
of that period needs no special recommendation te
the citizens of Virginia.
It etfeots Fire insurance in oity andoountry, and
Marine Inauranoe to all parts of the world.
Its oaah capital and surplus are as above, and ita
ahairs are managed prudently, but liberally, and ita
ratee are aa low aa those of any o'.h ■• good institu
W. L. Cowardin, J. E. Wadsworth, Patrick Culteu,
Joseph Allen, Wm. Beers, Geo. W.Smith,
Hora.ce L. Kent, Tims. Samson, B. L. Winston,
Wm. Palmer, Chaa. W.Purce.ll, Jno,.N.Gordon,
Alex. R. Parker, Jos. P. Winston, Aroh. Thomas.
Jaa. a. lnloea, H. A. Claiborne,
Apply to the President or Beoretarr, in person or
by letter. W. L. COWARDIN, President
Wtg.Wii.Lia.jß.. Secretary. let—te
LOOK AT THIN.- I'he undersigned having
sustained a severe loss by the late fire on their
premises, respectfully inform the public that they
have again rebui.t, aud solicit the wore of our
former customers, friends, and the publio gener
ally, promising to uae every exertion on our part
to give general satisfaction to all who may favor
va with their orders
ROGERS ft MILLER, Manufacturers of
Marble Monuments. Tom be, Mantlee,
Building Work, Ac-, Main atreet,
le I Sm Oawoait* 3d Raatist Clmreh
pURE MOUNTAIN WHISKEY. '
M bbla. Rockbridge RYE WHISKEY;
M " Allegheny RYE WHISKEY:
30" Pittsburg extra RYE WHISKEY
SS " MAGNOLIA WHISKEY
15 " Baltimore pure GIN ;
38 " Proof BRANDY;
For sale by PARKS A MINER,
je 6 -'* l.ltb street.
ANCHESTER 81 ALE WORKS.—We
have on hand from the above fac'ory. PLAT
FORM SCALES, weighing from 400 to SOIJO lbs—
Also, COUNTER SCALES of every variety, and
ia ageuta for the manufacture re are prepared to
take orders for railroad track, depot and ware
houaeSenile, ftc, which for neatneee, durability
and annum*, «. pp.,
i,. Se-1> **« V 4 Main ■fnutt
PtJLLE*« A VifcjNn. 101 BROAD
8T R CJi f .-Seaannabie 000 DS at reduce*:
fcrieeei Refrigerator*, ice Cream Freeeere.Wata-
Denlere. foi Create aW*. fy meher;, Asi -
aaaae" - —™~^"~'
BOOTS, BHOBS, Ac.
_____ UE*IT«' -LOTH GAITERS.--I
«aa# Bl Viisve s. ver» superior lot, or Cloth and
Prunella Gaiters and Oxford Ties, whioh I will
■ell much cheaper than usual, to SfM*aaaaaß7
-ing over to neat season. Now is the time to get a
liArsain. at WILLIAM WAL.MMH,
uargain, m No. 43 Main street.
' ___\ SEASONABLE AND DESlßA
«sa*aanwV HLE GOODS. Per steamer, from Phila
delphia. we are in receipt of the following very
desirable Goods, via: Ladies' French Moroccoand
hid Trimmed Slippers, with and without heels:
Ladies' Fine Velvet Slippers; Ladiee' French Kid
and Morocco Buskins; Ladies' Moroooo Kid, Goat
and Calf Boota, with or without heela; Ladiea'
Plain and Tipped Gaiters, Side-Lace and Con
gress, with or without heels; Misses' Morocco and
Kid Slippers and Boots, without heels; Children's
Plain Congress Heeled Gaiters; Children's Moroc
co. Kid and Goat Boots, Ac. The above is of the
finest class goods, and will l-e sold at remarkable
low price?. MARCUS,HARRIS A BRO.,
Next to the American Hotel.
JHo7»T**~A IjRKAT ___\\\
REUI CTION IN PRICES
BEHLE, Broad street, between 2d and 3d.
jis a large stock of Ladies'. Gentlemen'a and
Servants' Wear constantly on hand, and denes
anybody in Richmond to compete with him in hia
line, as he manufactures to order.and superintends
himself. Great bargains in Ladies' and Misses'
Colored GAITERS. MOROCCO BOOTEES,
SLIPPERS and BUSKINS. Gentlemen's citr
made Patent Leather GAITERB. OXFORD TIEB
and SLIPPERS. I will aell m» summer stock of
Gooda at and below cost. Call soon, if you wish to
get a good bargain, (oo 14—ly I BEHLE.
Tv THE LADIES OF KM ll
«r*T**w»*e)jf MON 1).- I to call your i ttention to
my assortment of LADIES', MISSES' AND
CHILDREN'S BHOEB, embracing a great va
riety of styles, among which are the following:
Ladies' Heeled Kid and Morocco Slippers; La
dies' Heeled Kid and Morocco Bootees ; Ladiea'
Heeled Kid Congress Boots; Ladies' Heeled Cioth
Gaiters, several qualities ; Ladies' Heeled French
Bodts, new style; Ladies' Moroccoand Kid Boots,
without heels; Ladies' Moroccoand Kid Buskins,
without heels; Misses' Heeled Moroccoand Goat
Bootees ; Misses' Heeled Congress and Side-Laced
Gaiters; Misses' Heeled Morooco and Kid Slip
pers: Misses' Heeled French Boots, new style;
Children's Heeled Kid and Morocco Slips and An
kle Ties; Children's Morocco and Goat Bootees,
without heels; Children's Copper Tint Bootees,
without heels; Children's French Boots, new
style; together with any other style or quality
that may be needed. A call is solicited, at the
fashionable emporium. No. 93 M am at.
J .NO. \j. PAGE, Jr.
_____ SHOES .nil TRINKS ejFTTKi
*£W& AT LOW PHii 'l.3. siSllS
G. HELLKR A CO.. No. 183 Broad street, are
now selling decidedly the cheapest of the best
quality BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, &c, in the
Ladies' fine Gaiters, wi'h heels, at *fl 25; La
dies'fine Congress Gaiters, with heels, at 9L60;
Ladies' hne quality Morocco Bi>ots, with heels, at
$1.25. GEN ILEMEN'S WK'R,
Gent's city made French Calf Boots, at 95;
Gent's city-made French Calf Oxford Ties, *fS;
Gent's city--made French Calf Gaiters. 54; Gent's
city-made French Calf Patent Leather Gaiters,
94. PEGGED WORK.
The largest stock and the cheapest in the State:
Men's fine Brogans, at 91 a pair; Women's Heel
ed Leather Boots, at 75 cents a pair; Children's
Heeled Le-ither Boots, at 60 cents a pair.
TRUNKS. BONNET BOXES, Ac,
Of the best and largest manufacture, only sold at
low prices at G. HELLER A CO '8.
Broad St., between sth and 6th.
_ ORIAT KKIILCTIO.*, ill THh rm
_f PRICE OF HATS AND BOOTS.-lA
_____% From 16 to 20 per oent. saved by
. HrV ire from J. H. ANTHONY,
Vfßj Columbian Hote 1 l.uildmt
Moleskin Hats of best quality, $3 60; dy. seoone.
quality, 3 00; fashionable Silk Hats, 2 50; fine calf
skin sewed Boots. 3 50; Congress Gaiter Boots. 3 26;
fine calf skin sewed Shoes, 2 28.
J. H. ANTHONY has made arrangements with
one of the liest makers in the city oFPhilade'.ph a
to supply him with handsome and substantial calf
skin sewed BOOTS, which he will sell at the unpre
cedented low pnoe of THREE DOLLARS AND
THE tORSI« OPIA Ail who have r.ot ye'
t- purchased their supplies of SUM ME R
CLOTHING, can do so now on more favorable
terms than ever before Our stock is complete
with every article of Gentle ■ en's Wearing Ap
parel, the whole of whicti we are selling at such
reduced prices as have never been nor can te
equalled, for the purpose of making room for the
approaohing (Fall i eeasoa. The following is a
condensed catalogu" of our stock :
black Cloth Press Suits of all qualities.
Fancy Business Suits, ot every description
Beautiful Marseilles Vests, in endless variety
Black Silk Vests, fuured and plain.
Alpaca and Drapd'Ete Coats. Pants and Vests.
A large sunplv of Linen and Marsei les Goods.
A full assortment of Furnishing G"«>ds.
Bore' Clothing at low prices.
All of the above Goods we guarantee to t»e per
fect in every respect. N. WALKEK * CO..
103 corner Main and 14th streets.
4 ~SAMUEL S. IIL'RCH is now in my
employ as a CUTTER, and desires his for
mer friends and patron* to call and exam
ine the large and varied assortnier t of
CLOTHS. CASSIMERES and VKS'i'INGS.
as well as Ready Made Clothing, which he is now
prepared to furnish them on as good terms and in
as good style as ariv similar house in the State
WM IRA SMITH. 114 Main St.
WATCHES. JEWELRY, «4c.
"'"a*g'~~ ~m OT II 'E. -CHARLES LUMSDEN,
formerly of Petersburg, continues to sell
fine WATCHES. JEWELRY, SPECTA
•■BtoseaicLES aud sterling SILVER WAKE, at
very low prices. He invites the public to an exam
ination ot his beautiful stock.
Watches, Jewelry and Clocks promptly RE
PAIRED, by CHAS LUMSDEN,96 Mainst.,
2d door above Pairo's Exchange office.
~JqT sYILL LIVES-W. J. BARTHOLO-
MEW, the well-known and practical
g> 3 WATCH AND CLOCK-MAKER, next
awtkidm. ;loor to Kent, Paine x Co. Watches,
Ciocks, Jewelry, Ac, repaired equal to any house
in tiie city. A call is solicited.
CHINA, GLASS, &C.
_mrV REMOVAL.-GEO. J. SUMNFR A
aPsajjW/CO., Importers, and Wholesale and h'et.iii
%_m Dealers in CHINA. GLASS. ;l EkNS-
J_W WARE and H O U S E-F I. R NlB Hi N G
GooDS. respectfully announce to the pulihc that
they have removed to their new store, IRON
BLTLDINCS. Governor st.. where, with greatly
increased facilities for business, they hope to be
favored with a continuance of the extensive pat
ronage bestowed upon them at their old stand.—
They have now on hand a very large and complete
stock, wh'ch they oiler to the trade and at retail
oil as favorable terms as any regular house in the
country. Importing our own goods direct, and in
very large quantities, we are prepared to oiler
great inducements to buyers. A call solicited.
GEO. J.SUMNER A CO.,
Iron Front Buildings. Governor st.
fJJBan CHINA A*D GLASSWARE AT
fn_Jcn< I .-REMOVAL Of BCHAAP 4 CO.'S
%_W ELEGANT STOCK OF CHINA, GLASS
«aT WARE AND HOUSE FURNISHING
FROM 79 MAIN ST., TO THE COR
NER OF BROAUANO Till RDSTS.-As we were
compelled to give possession of our store to Hne
Traders' Bank on the 22d of June, and conse
quently have still a very heavy stock on hand, we
concluded to sell lor a few days at cost, and re
quest a call of all housekeepers in want of a prime
article at a very low figure. Our supply ofDin
ner. Tea and Chamber Sets, Silver- Plated, Albata
Brittania, Japanned and Block Tin-Ware Bird
Cages, Carriages, and thousands of other articles
useful and ornamental is complete and as fine as
in any establishment in this city. Call immedi
ately at SCHAAP A CO.'S, cor. Broad and 3d sta.
■TewO KEESEE A PARR'S IMP ROVE II
JETSTONE-WARE FRUIT JARS, with Cork
SeSl Stoppers. Air-Tight, fur Preserving Fresh
Bbbt Fruit, Oysters, Mince Meat, Ao. We have
a very large assortment cf the above supenoi
Jars, of all sizes at very low prices, at our Potte
ry, corner 12th and Cary streets.
KEESEE A PARH, Manufacturers.
OG L ASSWARE--Comprising Goblete,
Tumblers, Wines, Champagnes, Decanters,
Preserve Dishes, Fruit Bowls, Spoon Hold
ers, Lemonades, Lager Beer Glasses, Glass
Tunes, Salt Cellars, Ac, for sale at the China
Store of T. A. BULKLEY. 137 Main street.
HEL>f KO LIT SEAT ft At TIX LH oT ~"
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
The Great Diuretic, The Great Diuretio,
The Great Diuretio, The Great Diuretic,
The Great Diuretio, The Great Diuretic,
The Great Diuretic, The Great Diuretio,
A positive and specific remedy for diseases 01 tbe
Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy,
Bladder, Kidneya, Gravel, Dropay,
BlaJder, Kidneya, Gravel, Dropay,
Bladdor, Kidneys. Gravel, Dropsy,
AND ALL DISEASES OF THE
Sexu il Organs, Sexual Organs, Sexual Organs,
JIEL.MBOLD'S EXTRACT OF BUCHU
la a oertain, aafe and apeedy cure, from whatever
oaust they may have originated, and no matter of
Hjw Long Standing, How Long Standing,
H ,>w Long Standing, How Long Standing,
H»w Long Standing, How Long Standing.
It in taken without Hindrance from Business, and
little if an y change of diet,
U pleaaaut in its taate and odor,
And miniydiatc in its action.
If y,m *i« auuering with any of the above distress
1 ROCl'llE THE REMEDY AT ONCE,
PROCURE THE REMEDY AT ONCFI,
PROCURE THE REMEDY AT ONCE,
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
As a inediisiue whioh must benefit everybody, from
the simply delicate to the confined and despairing
NO EQUAL IS TO BE FOUND.
NO EJUAL 18 TO BE FOUND.
„ . NO EQUAL 18 TO BE FOUND.
Price 81 per bottle, or six for 80: delivered to
any address. Prepared by H. T. HELM BOLD,
Depot, 104 South Tenth at., below Cheanut,
Foi aale wholesale and retail by
FISHER A SHEPHERD,
. ~ , Drnifieta and Apotheeanee,
- iair ■ Main atreeL
\1 EDII A L < A RU.-Dr PLUME oners hie Mr
vices lothe public in the treatment of all secret
aiaeaaea. Twenty yeara' practice in the atove
branch giyea Dr. P. a claim to publio favor.--Office
on Franklin street, near the Exchange Hotel, and
third house below Trinity Church, same eide. Al
-7 w ,r. " ,- h ,*& d V a i ,, - , }Wyf^i , . h , 0 "CHEMICAI KX
TKACT OE FLOWERS;" one of the very beet
renovato-a for weakened parte now known. Medi
omeeeee tto order. Allcommrnieationa by letter
•rother* ia* nroinnfl* »tt»ml<», *o Hu.hnmn.l Va
KcHM'D k YOIX UVauTMaILMJjkJT"
N°T.fiPJX TR f CTS « BILLB. r or T rOßLlJA- , othe
-4.e i IONS, will be recognized by thia company,
unless made under the express order of the Direo
»—»- i " d « t -« a - w
aa*-;tei ALKX'R DIIDLKY. Praa'L
DUVtER, LARD Aftb W Ml aBE Ift
tei"' llr ,h h* IYW*rTmlsns
A -_■ A l-ARP.-Aaan inducement lor fami
tifmf lies to sojourn at theiH Y'.EIA HOTEL.
JJi___ during the months of August and Sep
tern her. the proprietor* have reduned the price of
Board to $1 per day, or 9)2 SO per week from Au
gust Ist. JOS BEGAR, / ~„„:„„„
C C. WILLXRD.y rropnetora.
II ygeia Hotel. Old Point Comfort,'
July »h.!880. I Jy 30-lm
_/—A— BRAINARI* HOUSE.
ftvmf ELM I HA. NEW YORK,
ti"— ' E. BLOSSOM. PsoraiKTOß,
(Formerly Proprietor of the Blossom Houae, Ku
Chester. N. Y.i
This large and commodious Hotel, at the junction
of the N. Y. and E. R. R. with the roads leading
from Baltimore to Niagara Fails, is now open for
the reception of visitors.
Pure air, fine scenery, a well stocked larder, good
beds and attentive servants, are some of the at
tractions to travelers. No efforts will be spared to
continue its character as a FIRST-CLASS HO
Passenger* deairinc toviait Niagara Falla can
procure through tickets to Baltimore, at which
point through tickets can be procured to the Falls
by the Northern Central Railroad, the shortest
and most, expeditious route to Elmira, Canada,
and the Northwest.
Zknus Barsum, Eaa,.,
F. W Bknimbtt, " s D-tt
R. B. Colema.i, " Eutaw Houae, f Da *
C. C. AIiKKoN. " j
BKSJ. PaRKK, Eeq..,* H. rTI «K„,,
Wm. Gaerktt, " \ a%m»tauK. Jf w _ tm
a-. A THE ASHLAND HOTEL. This
W'V M , JjfcTP o P<il ar resort, situated sixtsen mi'e*
Il"Bff I tro... RICHMOND, in the lieautiful and
thriving village of ASHLAND, on the Richmond.
Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad, is now
open for visitors, and is prepaid to accommo
date families with good fare, and everything desi
rable. The head of the family will be furnished
with a Free Ticket between Ashland and Rich- .
tin i hi 1. '
For further information, apply at Superintend
ent's office Richmond, Fredericksburg and Poto
mac Railroad, or address
JNO. L. THOMPSON, Proprietor, i
jy 7—ta Aahfand. Va.
ijai leljviirbl elj vii rb aLi mamihiiiim:
fr*"mf SPRINGS.-These Sjprings will lie open ,
IJ"ISB 1 r,.r the reoeption of Visitors on the 15th I
of June. They are situated directly on the Lynch- ,
burg and Salem Turnpike, ten miles from Lynch
hurg and four miles from Forest Depot, on the
Virginia and Tennessee Railroad, at which Depot
a vehicle will run during the season to convey visit
ors to and from the Springs. Persons from Eastern
Virginia and North Carolina, coming hereby public
conveyance, will take the South-Side Railroad at
Petersburg, thence to Lyuohburg, and then per
Virginia and Tennessee Railroad to Forest Depot.
ie7-3m P. ECHOLS A SONS. Proprietors. I
DRUGS, MEDICINES, Ac.
_ m _ LHIITU) PARTNERSHIP.
VaT A LIMITED PARTNERSHIP has l>een
tM, formed bstween JOSEPH LAiDLEY.of the
c.l* of Richmond Va., and JOHN W. CRAD
DOCK, of the county of Halifax, Va , under the 1
firm of JOSEPH LAIDLEY,
for the purpose of conducting a general
DR DG A ND APOTHECAR V B LSI NESS,
in the city of Richmond
JOSEPH LAIDLEY i* the general partner.
JOHN W CRADDOCK is the special partner.
Each partner contributes the sum of five thou
sand dollars in cash, to the capital ol the concern.
The said partnership shall continue for li.c
years from July Ist, 1860.
City of Richmond, to apal: This day personally
appeared belore me, an Alderman and ex-ofhcio
Justice of the Peace, in and for the city aloresa.d.
Joseph Laidley, general partner in theanvive busi
ness. and made oath that John W Craddock. the
special partner has actually paid five thousand
dollara in ca- h to the capital of the concern
Given under my hand and seal, the 2d day of Au
gus'.lßrio .INO. F.REGNAULT.J. P. Iseal.l
S PURCELL, LADD, A CO .
122 Main street. Corner Vith strett, Rich
mend, Va ,
For sale in quantities to suit purchasers—
2,600 lbs. best Indigo. SO bbis. Biini-n-' Fluid,
6 hhds. . rune Madder. 60 " Coal Oil.
600 keiis Sup. Carb. Soda. 25 ' Sperm Oil,
HO cases do. in Ilb 16 " Lard Oil,
papers 4.(00 calls Lamp Oil, I
25 casks Sal Nida, libb:a Machine Oil, j
pOOoi Sulph Uemiaa, 8"0 c eeeSweet Oil.
600 ke*s Lewis' Lead, in 40 1 bis 1 inseed Oil.
Oil, ISO cases Extract Log- j
2.8(.)0 kegs Cream Tartar, wood.
iou bags Sifted Pepper, 26 bbls. Spts Turpen
30 *' AH»pioe, tinfl, 1
Co '• Gin«.er. p'ime, WkeaaAatn Enierys,
150 iMixes Powd erod 2 OOOllMi Uel'd Borax, 1
>pices. pure. 6 Idils. Camphor.
.'55 bbls. Castor 011,30**lb* Pure Saltpetre, i
prime, 25 Mis Venet. Red,
25 b Is. Alcohol. 1110 Imxes Starch, <
5 tons H H Zmc, 111 oil, 2,K0 boxes French Win
dow Glass, eaet sizes, 1
With s full stock of other aptn les. and PA
TENT MKDD'INES. FANCY SOAPS. I'HR- t
FUMKRIEB, Painters' COLORS, BRUSHES,
Ac, Ac . on our usual terms.
PURCELL.. LA I)L» A CO., Druggists.
122 Man street corner I.lth. ,
N. B.—Particular and prompt attention to pack- '
ing and shipping orders.
ri~~~ _. T. KOBINSffN,
f!»GRADL'ATE OF THE PHILADELPHIA
VW COLLEGE OF PHARMACY.
*Qfe (sfCCKfiioß TO 1./.111.KY A noSlBSOBi)
Fourth and Franklin streets, Richmond,
Has in store a 1.-irge. fiesh. and well selected
stock of MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PER
FUMERY. FANCY ARTICLES. Ac, which he
offers at low prices. Strict personal a'tention will
be given to all the departments of the business.
Orders for shipment will be promptly attended
to and most carefully packed.
____________ J. W. ERAVSEK
*n_> APOTHECARY AND DRUGGIBT-
YjK 17th street, between Grace and Broad,
JTJfc R:ci vmNt,, Va .
Keeps constantly on hand a well-selected stock
of PURE and RELIABLE DRUGS. MEDI
CINES, CHEMICALS, PAINTS. OILS, DYE
STUFFS, WINDOW-GLASS. PUTTY, ALCO
HOL, BURNING FLUID, GARD*KN SEEDS, |
PERFUMERY. SOAPS. COMBS, BRUSHES of ,
ever* kind. TOBACCO, SNUFF ar-l CI6ARS of
various brands, all the popular PATENT MEDI
CINES of the day—everything, in fact, usually
found in DRUG STORES—whioh will tie sold on
the most reasonable terms. Also, POLLARD'S
NERVE AND BONE LINIMENT.
PHYSICIANS and others can rely on having
their PRESCRIPTIONS accurately and earefuljy
compounded, at all hours of the DAY and NIGHT.
J. W. FRAYSER,
Apothecary and Druggist,
my 11—te 17th, between Grace and Broad sta.
__*} A. BODEKER A CO., Apothecaries and
eJnS#Druggi:ts. No. 10 Main street, near Oi.l I
\M Market. Richmond, Va., will keep on hand '
*LanV a general assortment of pure Drugs, Mcdi- |
cities, Chemicals, Oils, Faints, Window Glass, j
Putty, Dye Stuffs, Patent Medicines, Brushes of
all kinds. Surgical Appliances, Burning Fluid, Al- }
cohol, Soaps, Perfumery, E'ancy Articles, Garden j
Seeds, Glue. Sand Paper, Tobacco, Cigars, Snuff, -,
Medicinal Liquors, Ac. i
Prescriptions prepared at all hours, with special
care, by members of the firm alone.
Physicians orders from the country executed
promptly, and tbe most reliable medicines fur
n |> O V E A C o . .
•£2s WHOLESALE DRUGGIBTB,
IA No. 83 Main Strekt, Richmond, i
Ok We call the attention of the trade ol Vir- ]
giin a and North Carolina and Tennessee to our ,
Spring stock, which has been bought on the best |
terms, and which we are selling as low as they can
be bought in any Northern oity, consisting in part |
INDIGO. MADDER and EXTRACT LOG- '
FRFNCHGLASS, of every size.
WHITE LEAD, VARNISH and LINSEED <
FLUID. CHEWING and SMOKING TO
PATENT MEDICINES-all kinds.
PERFUMERY, TOOTH and HAIR BRUSH
ES, Ac, Ac.
AGENTS FOR THE BEST COAL OIL.
Call and examine our stock. DOVE ft CO.
CARRIAGES,~<*c~, FOR SALE.
e\_f?BkJ_- EOR SALE — A handsome open
TsSSiKKKt- ,; GY, nearly uew. Price .5110. Ap
saßT *gply to JOS. K. HIX.
au 13—lot American Hotel Stable.
r _tßM_L/ EO R SALE - d ha nd TOP
VSk'-IS-'Su Bl'libV, in perfect order, and an ex
ia*^=3Sfci:ii oeent set OI DOUBLE HAKNEBS
to lie sold a bargain.
Apply at EARNEST'S Stable, on 18th street,
between Franklin and Grace, or at thisoilice.
_^_mgkM_ / CARRIAGES, ( AKKIAIII >.»
hason hand.at Ins Coach
Making Establishment, on Lombard Al
ley, between Main and Cary.(l3th and 14th st*..:
near the Columbian Hotel, COACHES, CHARIO
TEES. BAROUCHES. BUGGIES, with and with
out tops, and SULKIES—aII of his own make, of
the best material and workmanship—all of which
will be sold as low as good work of the kind can be
in the city of Richmond, and 1 reapectfully aak a
call from thoae in want of any article in the Car
nage line, aal am determined to make to order and
to sell at the lowest prices possible; and all work
aold that ia new, warranted.
fe34-d9m MI.'AJAH MANGUM
"S-Jh. JAMES WALSH* -
fjHL No. 60 Main st., Impor M***tßH Lr*a
/*3S_I terand Manufacturer .>i* • ■ —m*~
-3, g(JNB »"•'' *■'* PISTOLS, GUN MA
TKRiALSandCU'ILERY, catU the attention ol
the oitizenaot Richmond tolas large and exten
sive assortment of well-selected goods, whioh he
is prepared to offer to the trade and public at
wholesale and retail, en unusually favora'de
terms. His facilities are such that he is enabled
'o supply Guns.Pistols, lrishing Tackle, Walking
Canes, Ac., fto . upon aa reasonable terms as
similar goods can be purchased any where. He
helievea that bia atoelt is better adaptel to the
want* ol the Southern public than can be gener
ally found in the large Northern importing house*.
and reapectfully solicits a cell from merchant*
and othere, with the assurance that both prices
and goodaahall be aatiafaotory. an *^-lm
JAS. TEMPLEMAN, Agent Has
A*BjSjaejj\ removed to Frsuklin street, a tew door*
■Kal-oye the Old Market Hi uae, where he
1 *#swes»s*- will keep on hand, at ail times, a general
* assortment of SADDLES a>ud H A R
NESS, and everything uaually kept in the buai
neea. Persons iv want will please call and exeni
ine bie stock, aa he ie determined to sell.
1 ea ____ TO IR A V jKsWSJjjkft MM
■3^?'^• t " P A lN V 8 - M J ' FRANK
♦*— * * " ,P *LIN A CO., Opticians, HHMain
1 street, (City Savings Bank,) Richmond. Va, are
prepared to supply people leaving for watering
places,with then■splendid MARINE GLASSES
and TELESCOPES, possessing high power aud
giving a clear and distinct eightfor distant ohiecte
on land or water: STEREOSCOPES and. STK
RKOSCOPIC VIEWS -the entertaining matru
ment, chauging the tedious nan ntenotoaens time
at the Springe to enjoyment and delight—are tur
niahed at moat reasonable rates. The world-
tyy wl jfref £Bkiln*«?sßF
BISd.e^'JK•IS•S^ r, *■**" "* •*>•'«•'••
«7T,? * NT »[*'•* J*" the road, to XL. , " h »*nwi,
r "u?*"",r **''•'• '
T~~ — l,n »«rißt*TMl*it
FARE •*-DINNER EXTRA-(No v
„. j will I* prepared on the ftr.at■ Bre *«?lei
On afte. MWDAY,Aegusn&'
traina will leare Richmond
days.) at 7 o'clock A. M., etWng oIESC 8 «"
nafa at Fair Oake. Meadow. D"s»tt.7 *&* «%
Tunatall's. Indian Town, Cohoke. Wh.,l V
Romanooke. and arrive at West Point mßf
point f r'. t .J ln f " , ™ rood '"" .e'eamer Wp»,
rOliM 1, LAfT. J. C. Rows, wi leave 1f, 7~%
Queen Court House Landing Monday* *—**
daya and r ndays. at «}, A. M., &>**•',., ► "**
the cara at We«t. Point, and stopping 1 '.' **»
only at H.fton. Water Peace. SKph'rd 9 . Vf 84 ' 1
Houae, Moody'a, Catpahooaink. Bitla,'. v. v »
town and Glouneater Point, and arrive «t oLa*™
af tP. M. and Norfolk at 3P. M ,va " U! drei M
Returning, the Steamer will leave Norfolk T
&?»• Thursdays. and "Aturday*. at 7 jit "»*-
Old Point at * 15 A. M. landing only a.
or nnecting at West Point with the cars ml ' W
and arrive in Riobmond at 3 P. M. "*"••*,
No Boat landings made.
Freight received Mondays, WednesrU..
Fridays at Richmond until 6P. M , E T" J» J
Pomt Tuesday., Thursday, and SatiroSe , J,-|
Fare from King and Queen C. IL. and aCa*a .„
on the Matteec.ni. to Norfolk"/' anao,ne '^mm,
Toßichmond . .. --eja
From Richmond to Norfolk. .'. Ij
au7 - u * H. TEMPLK. anp'l*
OFFICE RiCHM'D A PET»FR~"-rr«~T*
_ RicH.wo>r.. iVj.i 2 ir.V»7i
T7T2~mmmuumr: fr 1 " 0 " 1 "n.i after tui».|.,,.
Passengers will leave Richmond at 4to a *
breakfast in Petarahurg. and reach Norfolk L'
10 30 A. M. Retnrning, leave Norfo'g a t lip W
and arrive in Richmond »t 630 P. M. *•
jv27 -lm THOS. H. WYNNE. B Up ' ti
r^Sc——mmmmm— THROUGH TO *T U
OTI(S"S ARA : tickets r «
" r * t ——— procured at the Ticket n**:
or the RICHMOND. FR EDERICKSBLRG TS
POTOMAC RAILROAD, to v*
, — NIAGARA.FALLS
J" l * - * 8 BAM'L ____\_ft
da n vi LLi- ISbO,
st*W±»eL_r , *s»*»R A | L KOAD.--S'. \UIKR a»
AND THE SOUTH AND SOUTHWEST. '
Leave Richmond, daily (Sunday's excepted) v?
A. M., for Junction, (Burkeville.i Lynchburg, Bra.
tol, Knoxville. Dalton, Chattanooga, Atlanta.
Nashville. Grand Junotion, Memplm. Mnntrnrne
ry. Mobile, Jackson, Vicksburg and New Orient*
Leave Richmond daily, (except Bunda»», , tit
o'clock. A. M.. for Danville, Va.. and Green*Uro
N. C- Aleo, for the Montgomery White, Yellcw
Sulphur, Alleghany, Sweet. Red Sweet, Warn
S uiphur, Salt Sulphur and Red Sulphur Springs
Leave Danville daily, 'except Sundays,l all
o'clock A. M., and Junction | Htirkevi lie) 10.10 A
M. and arrive in Richmond at 1.10 P. M.
The Mail and Passenger Trains connect ton
ways with the South-Side Railroad trains to S
from the Southwest at the Junction, and withua
Richmond, Frclerirkeburji and Potomac Railroad
trains, to and from the north at Richmond, und
with the York River Railroad. Also, attjj •>.*
James River S'eamlioats to Norfolk and Old Pn fit.
■Hl. For ThrougnTicketa and further informa
tion, apply at the Ticket Offio».
je a-ta CH AS. G. TA LCOTT. Sap't
f--j- EXPEDITIOUS, COMFORTABLE
Ju*4 - VOST ECONOMICAL ROl Tl re -i
SPRINGS, VIA THE RICH
MOND AND DANVILLE, 80UTH-«IDK, A>D
VIRGINIA A TENNESSEE RAILROADS, AND
OPPOSITION LINES OF STAGES, insuring to
the traveler ample room, attention and lon fire*.
E'or Greenbrier White Sulphur and tie Sweet
Springs, ticke's to Bonsack's Depot S0 90: flienoe
by opposition lines of »t«ges to the Swee* Spring*.
by the pn sent rate of Stage fare, fj, toi
to the Greenbrier White Silphur, $2t*i I*ll4
•S8 90 to the Sweet and 89 40 to the Green
btier White Sulphur Springs There are also »t
position lines of staner running from Salem dttput
viathe Ro*n/»ke Red Sulphur Sprinfs, and sunt
< f stages froYn the Montgomery White So'snu
Sprints via the Mountain Lake and Salt Suiylmt
Springs to the Greerbrier White Sulphur Sprmti
For Comer's Sprihus. purchase tickets to ft,t
sack's Depot, price ,*s.w.
For Roanoke Red Sulphur Springs, parch***
tickets to Sa>m Depo*, price 57 40
For Alleghany Springs, purchase tickets to
Shawsville, price $8 06. '
For Montgomery White Sulphur Springs, par
chase tickets to Big Tunnel, price £8 25
For Yellow Sulphur Springs purchase tickets to
Christ ansburg Depot, price »8.4*.
For Old Red Su'phur Springs, purchase tickets
to Dublin Depot, price $9 20 E. H GILL,
Je 19—3 m Ger'lSup't Va. A Term. R_K.
UHzGSS&bwLti* THE NORTH.- I~OV.
H2s*r: •«a*M,niHKK.>i CENTRAL
R A I L W A y.—Trains leave Calvert Stati-e.
Ba'timore. daily, (except Sunday.) at S3O A M.,
and at 8.30 P. M.. lor Niagara Fall*, (fare only ten
dollara.) Buffalo. Owego. Oswego. Toronto, H%m
ilton, all parts of Wes'ern New York and Csnida,
for Detroit, Chicago, Cincinnati, St. Loui», and all
parts of the We*t. Northwest and Soataweot
Travelers oan goto Detroit. Chicago, Milwta
kie, Ac , via Niagara Falls, at the same 00*1 a* by
any other route.
A new route to New York is now open try this
Road, via Harnsburg and Jersey City, with oniy
one change of cars. Fare **• Take the 8.30 A. I
train and go through l»y daylight, over fir*t-cli§»
Roads and 'hrough a tieautiful country. Try it.
*m\_ Buy tickets only to Baltimore.
JAS. C. CLARKE. Sap't.
John T. Rigsst, Asaiatant Sup't. je 13-ly_
OFFICE RICH'D A FETERSB'G R. R. C 0.,1
Richmond, Va., April J, I*W. S
CHANGE OF Hot R.V
AW_fSRW E°n alld aft * r MONDAY, thek
inst., the Trains on thia roaa
will run as follows:
TRAIN- LEAVE RICHMOND TOR PKTKRSBVIS
Express, daily, (except Sundays,) at 4JO A. M.
Accommodation daily,(except Sundays)
at 7 09 A.l
Mail daily, (except Sundays,) at. ISO f SL
TRAI>- I.KaVE PKTEH-Bl'R'i FOE niCKXO.ID-
Express, daily at ~— .. I.JO A. JL
Accommodation daily, (except Sundays. 1
at .. • .7.11 A.M.
Mail, daily, (except Sundays.) at _- 6.00 P.M.
'<—— VI KG! MA TEN THAI
M?iS.3_WOß__ RAIL KO A D—The DAY
ma~rT~r~~~m» M A IL and PASSENGKI
TRAIN will leave Richmond Daily, at 6.30 A. M..
for GORDONSVILLE. CHARLOTTESVILLk,
BTAUNTON. LYNCHBURG, ALEXANDRIA.
BRISTOL, KNOXVILLE, and all point* :nthe
Southwest, and daily (except Sundays) for JACK
SON'S RIVF;R and intermediate Stations we»tof
Charlottesville. STAG ES for the BPSJNGS eon
nect with the Train at Staunton, MiUbore snd
Jackson's River. For particulars, inquire at tne
Ticket Office. WM. F. ADCOCK. Ticket A»L_
PAS SE N G*E RS 1 •
CS^«TPa!? Mm wa?* v,,;>,;u ~;>,; NORTH.-NEW AR
RANGEMENT.- IMPORTAN T TO TRAVLig
ERS.-THROUGH TICKETS AND THROIbI
CHECKS.-GRFAT NORTHERN ROI.TK-Car
rying the great United States Mail. Twice ana*
(Sunday night excepted 1 between Richmond. Aei
andria, Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia,
York, and all important pomta West, via Aetata
Creek and Washington, over the Richmond. f-red
encksburg A Potomac Railroad, to the rVteana
river, 75 miles, and Ly splendid and cotawrtaMJ
ateamera thence to Washington, 50 miles, in BD IB
miles in seven hours; being- a comfortable and per
fectly safe rate of speed.
Hours of departure: 8:30, A. M., and 7, P. M.
BAGGAGE, under charge of Special A*ent*
CH EC X E D TH RO UGH to Waehmgton. Baltimore.
Phil*delphia and New York. „_
Tukocoh Ticnts can be eeonred at the follow
ins rates __,
Toßaitimor9,~~t7 00 ToWashmftoo-- f»"
Philadelphia IN New York »■
Cincinnati J3N St. Louis ■■
Columbua A' 30 Chicago • • » *
Icdianapolie ... »0 00 Pittsburg ■■
Cairo 33 M Louisville J8
Dayton _.AJ3O Decatur ■■
Jellersouville ...30 75 Newark: •»■
Rock Island 33 00 Vinoennes ■■
Zanesville 18 SO I , . .....
Pass-Misers breakfast and aup at Aanland »nd oe
on Invyrd tiie oomfortable ateamer between Aeons
Creek and Washington. _„„•.«*.
—_ For lurther inforination, apply at thia one*.
Broad street, Stiookoe Hill. . _ . . .j,
JAS. B. WlNSTON^enHTiok**^ 1 '
SaafL Rcth, Sup't. ... .
-^nw—r-—-4," (-OX'S IfINE. -J'KJil lj?!
Boat TEMPEST, Capt.Thos. hjtm-tt-
Boal MERCHANT. Capt. Geo. C. Utiiß
Byai BRISTOL, Capt. Ciia*. J. Jonssoli.
BoaJ I. J. IRBY, Cant. Wm. F. ClkvilaJ*
BoM FAME, Capt. VTs. H. Psasoss.
Boaf OLIVIA, Capt J. J Fbtb**. ,_______________*
T bera Boau are all of theftratclasa. M___L l
by jariful and experienced Lsptans, easi-ejn
Dfcriptly aaadveruaed. The enbecriber. tMaBW
foi ts»t favors. I*ga a continuance ol |M/"S
WM.. P. *"ka.
At the Sheu. Book at..in rearof old Gas » ror *
\ HATS, Ac
ounce hat. rt
*•* Juat received at 78 Main street *aa
PANESE OUNCE HAT, somethiun nice and m»
for the season. Call and get "■ e r ,.,. K (
Suooeaeor to Hinford. Diekmaon * Weiert**.
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raj NEW STTLES.-WM t. 5224.
ViCO., 20/ Broad street, are now in reefi 1 ; V
aupply of HA IS. CAPS and I J */,*
GOODS for Summer wear, among *» u Vf*a»
"CHAMPION HAT." and other pcs'- »"!.
lonable atylea, A large supply of I ;* nl, *! d#f .
Harvest HATS. DKEHS »»AMmsd«
WM T. MOOKE A CO.. aft Broad •»
m THE GKEATKST »* VE
n A *' No. in? Main atreaa
€ MMllli *" BI BE.NriBT.
QOSZ9 oftoe and Keeidenee tAmtAeide[H PJJ*;
between 7th and 2 eU., ive doors above w
■tuiw's New Hotel. Richmond, Va. ..„,.,«'*#-
Having an experience ot ten »
aion.he feela o.mfideat of & v > n «
those who may men* him with their palrouaga.
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CBSt *'*' , * T "»ii«e*oi< "«»?£;
dEore above Mscare. Thoe. -. ftm » v* ■