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' From the par'hrK tj.r. i b
We are indebted to the Dixit Far
for' tb means uf presenting ' the
following articles, from ilia Hutal Xew
Yuyker pa subject of pocnliar interest
to stock breeders. rEd. Farmer! Ga
Henry S IIandaix, LL. D.:
Dear Sir : Your editorial in the Ru
ral uf March 7th, ou "The Effect of
Wood in Reproduction," relates to a
subject of so much importance in its
bearings on the improvement or deteri
oration tf farm stock generally, nod es
pecially oo judical, physiologi jul, men
tal and tuiual .chaoses in tho constitu
tion . cf uiau., tiiut I trust you will
now cjtU'iid the diswusniori. Oue ttnall
voiumo onlj la ever, been published
on Agricultural Physiology iu the Etig
lish language, to luy kuowledc, and
that ha Lever been re primed in this
country. Hence, American farmers
have bad very limited advantages for
studying the influence paternal cell o'on
the ova of the mother aud ou inaseu
line constitutions, whether these uiaacu
line cells are healthy or unhealthy, pure
bred or mongrel.
You truly remark, in substance, that
to inject the blood of one breed of sheep
into the veins of another, can not ponni
bly change the breed or upturn of the
latter. Rut this fact hardly touches
tbe question, of procreativo " blood,"
or the properties of reproductive cell.",
which have a separate and distinct ori
gin, and peculiar functions in the ani
mal economy. I live in a State where
uiauyfurnies raise mules, others horses,
and some both, pretty extensively.
Roth are growing on my farm. Sup
pose I breed a tilly to a jack for her
tirat foal, while young and growing.
Can she carry 'iu her system the vital
force of u male not of her own breed,
lace or even species, eleven mouths,
and nourish its hybrid offspring as part
and parcel of her own body, aud not
Lave the protracted miuglicg of cquiuu
and asinine cells affect her own ornauic
.,-;...V 'U.. r r .. .
jjutitjrt jluo viiai iorce 01 ttio ass is
quite as strong as that of the filly's pro-,
geuitors; and these forces meet and
mingle, not only in the embry o and fee
tus, but in every part of tbe growing
mother. Why then should it surprise
any one that the innooulatiou is Dcruin-
ncnt, aud that tbe mare becomes tbere-
nr a ujfuau iq .. conuiutiou ! 'i'-r
the sake of Teaching th'o truth, with u.11
due care aud cautiou, let us assume that,
Her deterioration is an opou question.
au nuer mo wnun ims lull grown mare
is Drea to gooI horses, wo Cud that she
gives birth, not to good colts, but those
tuat have tiirougli iifo the lare, ujIv
ueauB, nuu ears, auu the small, narrow
leet-ot the iuu!o. Now what is the lw
Citiuaate inferenna f Is it not that the
procreating cells of a vigorous, bruylug
mule have found a nidus in her system,
ana grown there like healthy buds wraft
ed into another tree ! This Mure may
give beiug to fine mules but, ns for
raistug superior cults, her "blood
ruined forever. . t
Gousumptive fathers very naturally
nave consumptive childrcu. If the uu
happy propagation of this great scourge
were limited to offspring, the injury iu
flictod on the human family would be
considerably loss than it really is.
consumptive busbaud may have a wife
who was free from the least taint
pilthisis when married. Cau she remain
so after she i the mother of chilJreu
who inherit tho malady of their father t
Unquestionably not, except by aoeideut
All equally exposed to the virtue of
small-pox, or other contagious disease
jiro not equally attacked but tho en
tire escape of some does not prove the
absence of poisou aud uaoL-er., .
What I have taid of consumption
may bo ainriued ot hereditary insanity
syhilis, scrofula, aud u score of other
deep-seated maladies. . There are many
reasons (to which no allusion cau uow
be made,) why civilization, uhru uu
directed by tho light of physiologiea
science, tends powerfully to brcod
dowuuwds to the constant deteriora
tion of our species Everywhere the
people need more physiological light ;
uud one familiar with this subject from
long study alid extended observation,
might tako pleasure iu writing for their
V'eiy lefpectfully, 1). Lee
YeAsrUroiu a lady iu Norfolk.
Roil 1 it. tiutti-rinilk ; when cool, stir
iu 1 (t. of iiKal ; put in a gill 6f yeast
to mako it rise, set aside uutil u tit mor
ning luuil stir in us much tueul as will
jiiake it dry or like meal again ; spread
ou dishes to dry in thu shade ; 1 table-,
spobnful to a uart of flour ; just before
.using, put iho yeast powder iu a cup
with water, say three tahlespooufula ol
wator. We have tried it and fouod it
Mixed Picki.e. One pound ground
mustard, Olve oil cnoui'h to make a
utuoth paste, oue table fpoonful each of
ground ciuuamoo, cloves, mace, giugcr,
allspioo, black peper, cayeuno and ccle
ry aeed ; 2 oz. tumeric, 2 og. horse ru-
disli crated, two cups of sugar. Pour
on cuoujjh viucgar to make suflicirutly
thiu to pour over the pickle. Lot the
jar, with thu whole thoroughly mixed iu
a waterba'.h aud boil four or Cvo houri.
The above will be vpouplt for t In oa cood
sized 'cabbege. beads, three quarts of
artichokes, two quarts of ouioiis, two
quart cucumbers aud two quarts green
totiiatocs. Scald tho cabbage, ie , well
with salt water.
Dll'iuv duwb. iuo tmior ol Ilio
Auiericau Stta-k Journal who has large
1 jtxperietioo in breeding hogs, iu rcspouse
i- ... c ri... . i:. ..
10 a eOrrj.'P udeut suyn
Nearly uji our pigs are raised in pens
od thrive und do well, and are. all pmd
breoderi. ''e bave bad pin ,, weih
8U0 lbs. and keep perfectly healthy,
that were never out of a pen in ilVi(
i- . .i
lives, in suiuiucr j;ive lueiu some
grin-u food, and supply tin in plenty of
ashen, i lurco:irl una a IiuIj .ulpliur
,i Very week ; keep the pen dry uud cleau.
, Successors to Marks J; Lee, ,
Q e n era I , C-Qmmi .sbIp n
' ' SHIPPING. Miau:ilANT8, .
OtTor their services to their friends and
. the public genornlly, for the Sale of all
Country Produce consigned to them,
promising strict attention totho hp
interest of those wlioeell in their Agen
ey, and uiake prompt returns fur all sales.
Olhce ami Storehouse rt Junction of all the
railroads", nnd adjacent to the river
Louis 1-. Jlarks
J awes W, Lee,
JOIiX KOWLKTT. N. M. TANNOU
. ROW LETT & TANNOR,
v o mux si ox meu en a x rs,
Ao. !)4 .t UO Sifrauiore Uf.,
Solicit consignments of all kinds country
.Isy 1, tin
JT M. ROBEKTSON & TUOBNBUKG
Xo. .141 .Sycamore Street,
Solicit ConsipnmeiiUi of ToVjncco, Cotton,
liPBt, Corn, and other 1'roduce.
J!fca?" Their uudived attcution being devo
ted to this businc, thc' promix? their ut
most exertiont in procuring the tiest prices.
(jraiu rings fu'iiinhcJ at the usualrates lor
wear and tear.
July U, 1808.-fiw
A. riummer. .
M. X. J. You n7.
PLUMMER, YOUNG k CO.
luiporters and 1'cnlers in
FOREIGN AND AMERICAN
H LIEL ZD W..A JSj E ,
HARDWARE A CARRIAGE MATERIAL,
Also agents sale of Fairbanks' Scales,
Loather rubber Belting, Mill Stones, Bolting
Ulnths, Circuinr, Saws, &c.
4. Iron Front, Sycamore St.,
A li j 14tf Petersburg, Va.
XOAll WALKKU D .,
AS U DKALKBS IS
GENTS FURNISH I. NO GOODS,
Xo. Sycamore Street,
July 24, 1808-12m
MARKS & HARRISON.
. i GENERAL GUOGEUS
- No. 6 Old St., Opposite Syamore,
"VtTILL attend to the sale of Produce and
t V .Murahaudise. of over description, sent
to thoir care, and will also purchase any
uim'is not in their line.
Liticral Cash advances on Consignments iu
Apr 21 Cin
J. . VENABLE S CO.,
COMMISSI UX MLR C1IAX1 S,
Solicit consignments of
Tobacco, Wheat, Ryo,
Coru, Flour, Cotton,
Provisions and General
: No. 3 IROH IE0NT BUILDING
JOS. R. VENABLE. )
T. 1). WILLIAMSON. V Petersburg, Va.
IL M. WILLI AMSON, )
Corrcpondcuce solicited and promptly an
Kov 1 Cm,
DAVIS, ROPER & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND
COM M ISSION M ERC II ANTS,
I r fchl' constanilv on hanil a laree am
well odeotcd Stock of Groceries, which
they oiler low fur Cash ol Produce iu hand.
They pay especial attention to the sale of
n heat- Corn, rlour, an. I all kinds of coun
try products, and maka liberal advances on
same when iu lmnu or receipt ol railroau
Hill of Lading. :
Sacks furnii-liud fur Qraiu when desired.
McILWALNE & CO.,
W II 0 L E S .i L !: GROG E R S
Nos. 71), 61 k 83 Sveamore Street,
R. I). Mcllwalne,
Frank Potts, .
S. S. Kiidgurs.
An. II, lRC.-fim.
Mtkb MvKna. R. MncR."
.M. k E. MYERS,
Formerly of Salisbury, North Carolina
' . - CORN, .
Oftiee No. I'U Sycamore Street,
IC7 E. B. BsiNi u, formerly of Branch
S liro., Is with us. (lot. 2:1 .1m
RAINE k JACKSONS,
WHOLESALE G ROGERS
COMMISSION M ERG II ANTS
i :No. 10 OU Street, :. '
Solicit euurit!i,ineiit of Klour, Grain, Pro'
visions aud t un I r;.' I'KHluce (reuurally, and
maka C-iMi auvar.oi' llnreon, . , ,
" Prices current forwarded regularly tutor
responduuts. Refer to Merchants and Hanks
of Va. out Win
K.lMOIK .1. . MtHSHAI.I., T. T. IHIOIH KS,
JAMES, MARSHALL k CO.,
(l.iTK J au as & I'll.,)
GllOCF.RS AND COMMISSION
nnd Wlmlusals Pealers in
DRY GOODS. ITOTIO S
Nos. 7S Ji WO riycanmrt Street,
SOLICIT eonsieiinients of Cotton, Toba
en. Wheat, ('urn, Oals. Hsceil, Lurd
lliilii'i', rial Seed, ( lover eed, Iruit, and
I luir Country Prndin'ts, und orders for
I c inils ill any brunch of uiir bm-inesii.
I JAMES & CO
I .v l,12i.i
Z YSCllB UliffAD VaiTIHEMFSTH.
GtiO.H;BURCU. CORBIN WILKES
l.tlf of Cwrdt.j Mclvtr. litifwi Co., V.
Grocers & Cominission Herctals;
no. 7U in hi it Mrrt,
(John Ilullim' old Staudj
L,1AC;II11I ItG, VA
Keep constantly on hand a Gcnenal And
Well-selected Stock of
GROCERIES, STAPLE CRY GOODS,
iron, Muis, Wooden and (.rockery
Ware, S.O., &o., &o.
Will give personal nttontion to the sle of
Merobandifje, Tolmoco, Wheat, Flour,
Corn, acon, Lard, Butter, Wool,
ax, Trait, &o.
Muroh 20, 1BC.8-Iy R. p. b.
C. T. LiTcnFiKi.n,
Of W"hinKtnn Co. Va,
LITCHFIELD & KINO,
(At the old Stand of McDmM & Ithy.)
No. 15 Bridge Street, , .
Ll'X Villi LRU, VA.
Ohvr their services to thmr friends and
and the pnhlic generally for tho ralo of all
Country 1'roduce consigned to them, prom
ising strict attention to best interests of
of those who sell through their agencv. Will
make liberal advances on all saleable arti
cles in store, and will make prompt returns
lor ail sales. Aug. 1 -l.tr
W. TOI'NOER. T. I. JOHNSON,
J. T. IMITII.
Younger & Co.,
flon DrairnmmititiinTi MnrnlinTito
Special attention givjn to Sales of
OOUNTR i VRODUGE.
Also Agents for the Sale of
LYNCHBURO MANl'FACT'D T0BACC08,
And 6ell for all the. Manufacturers here.
No. 141 MAIN SIIKT.T, : .
BPR Refer to Lynchbure Rankers. Mcr-
uauts ami looaccomsts generally.
April li ly o
Lpclliiiri Martla fork
I have on hand
AMERICAN AND ITALIAN
Of EVERY DEOKIPTIOH,
To toil the circiimxtances ot all.
BOA, Call or Address,
J. R. GADDESS,
Orders riy Jlail attended to with entire
apr U ly
Sam'lH. MeKinney, Wm. II. Hull,
Latt of Mchmiiey ot Co l.yitehhurg, la.
Walter M. Itoyd, K'hnn co , I'i.
McEINNEY, HALL & BOYD,
riKf)i;KR. A M) ,t iM M tt?ilf
JCank Kquari', o. 1 Si
jluin si,, l.vnt lilttira, Vu.
Will attenJ promptly to all orders nnd
May 1. ly
Importer, Mtuleals and Keiail Peuler in
CHINA, GLASS, EATHENWARE,
I10CSE-KEEP1NG GOODS, aud
No. Id3 Main Street,
Opposite Cabell Houso,
IC71" Merchants nnd parties furnishing
Spriugft and Hotels nre re(uested to exam
ine my stock. Uct bin ,
VICTOR & AMBLER.
Wholesale and Retail
BOOKSELLERS k STATIONERS
1Z:S Main Strict,
i.v.vt iir:i kg, va.
Schuul and Collnje Text Buo.s,
Miscellancout. Stwuland, Law,
and Medical Literature.
STATIONERY VCR s;HOOL AND
RLAXK ROOKS, MEMVRAXDUHS,
Writing and Wrapping Tapers, Wall pa
pers, v liiduw ehailos-Cornice, sc., togeth
er with nil goods usually kept in a first
Any book wanted, no matter where, or by
whom published, supplied at l'U II LI SHE US
PRICES. Liberal discounts mado to teach-
The trade supulied at Northern Wholesale
and Muuuf.icturers prices.
Orticm I rom Country Jlerctantu
Apr 24 ly
I). li. PAYNE,
J. Y. PAYNE,
01 MAIN ST., LYKCHBUKG, VA.,
BOOKSELLERS AMD STATIONERS,
AMI HKALK1H IN
rijciua, 'jAfiiaai ui&v.aia3i,
And all artlrb'M kept Iu a
FIRST-CLASS ROOKSTOU E,
in theE feel confident in saying that wo can
low a sell ou as g.iod terms hh any house
iu the South. All school books furuishod as
low ns any other house.
apr -4 12ui
3d. MOORE. C. J. JON KH. W. A. Mll.LKH'
OOUE, JONES & MILLER,
AGENTS FORM. MOORE'S
K1LLI K1N1CK AND UARIBALM
Guanoes, Bone Dust. Lime, Pla-stcr aud
!o. 1 IT MAI Ml.
I.VV IIIH ItCi, V.t.
STRK'T attention given to the sale bf
LEAF TOBACCO, and all other kinds
ul' Cnimtry 1'i'iMliiee.
tipr 'Ji ly
"OEUKELEY, MILLER A 0 0.
DRY GOODS Sc. NOTINS,
t. HK.KKI.KY, ) Ao. 16, HV .Vuill .S
w, m. mii.uk, Aorloiu. n
jtijr ALL kinls of Job work ueatly
executed at this office.
J. P. Tin t.. . i v. utirx.
J, P. BELL fc CO.,
VA'holosale m'd Retail
Ko. 108 Main Street.
Agents for the '
And dealrrs in tyety vnriety of Stationery,
Wrapping paper, and facr
Agents for Machine Mado Paper Bags and
liciur Sacas. i wines, au.
" " ... .-. ....4. r riS.rvTT
WICOX & (illlUS fcfclAU JIAIHIAI..
oet. 2:) I'm.
STOVE AND TIN
WARE HOUSE !
I'll !ABt( at.. l.yncMirir. ft.
WHOLES Ah E AiN 1 R E TAIL
STOYES, mm, HEATERS,
HOLLOW AND TIN-WARE.
ROUSE rTJENISHI33 G00D8,
TIN-PLATE, SHEETIHON, ZINC, W1UE,
And all Goods for Tinner's use.
T TOCSE-ItOOI'lSG. (luttermg and R.
M i.airitur. in Citv or Country, don of
the bcrt materials, aud on leasonable terms
Send for Circular.
apr 21 ly
LEE & TATLOiTi
WUOLKSALK AND liKTAIL
GROCERS AND GOMMIIUN
KEY IRON BUILDING,
No. 11 BRIDGE STREET,
Will eire particular attention to the sale
of all Consignments, such as
LEAF XD GKKUFACrD TOBACCO,
Collnit, J'ork, El.ittr, JJaeon, Mutter,
Lard, Corn, Outs, Rye, I.itjouri,
and Country 1'rvdw.e: yeneruliy.
Keen constantly on hand uud extensive
IMI'OllTKI) AN1 IKiMKHTIC
LI0U0B.S, VIBES, SEGAKS, &0.
Particulur nttentioti paid to the sale of
Leaf, .Manufactured, ismukiug ana Chewing
Sole aceuts in this market for the salo of
Gibson's, Lackey's, LinusCy.s, bite 8, and
PUPiE IIOCKBUIDGE BYE WHISKIES.
Also sole agents In this market for the
sale of Dupunt's liitle, lilasting, Aliniug,
nd other styles of Powders
tay- Liberal Cash nilvauoeu maae on con
guments iu nun 1 when tlenirea
April 1, lBW, ly
THE WASHMON HOUSE.
T) E1NG tho owner of this tamable propei-
,j ty, a nave taken cuargu oi n ou uiy own
account, with a ileternnuatiou ol making it
a FIRST CLASS HUTfcLiuallof its de
partments, having had it thoroughly refitted
and furnished su as to accommodate both
ladies uud gentlemen with till conveniences
The table will be kept well supplied at all
meals with the best that the MA Ilk hi will
AFFOUD, while the bai will be furnished
with the purest of LlyCOllS, WINES, &c.
aud neither sui-pasMkl byany in Virginia.
The services of Mr. M. P. Illedsoe have
been secured to take oharge as principal man
ager, assisted by Mrs. M. J. tiibbs, both of
them highly capable of conducting the busi
ness of hotel keeping, aud beiug well known
as such, I can with confidence assure the pub
lic that in patrouiiing the house, they will
have no cause to complain,
The omnibus will attend tho Depots reg-
ulurly to take passengers up to the house
and return them to the depots free of charge.
Heing centrally located, coiiveuieut lo tho
principal business of the place, with the
l'ostottice in the imiiuiug aim wiin lust
class accnuimodatinns at reduced rates, I
confidently expect a f.iir share of patronage
from my trieuils and the puMic.
T. C. S. FEHGUSON.
LvNCiHH BO, Va., Feb. 5, lHtib
feb'jl bni.-r'd Oet. 2;l.tf
XOUEVLK Al) VEKTJ.SEMESTS.
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER
Xo.ZU MAIX t.
Cm ner Ta'.bol Street,
X0 It FOLK, VA
Const mtly on ha d a lull a-soriinent of
W"ir'" s. Jewelry, SiiM-r tS'art-, ic.
JQ3 WiU Ii.-k niivl Jewelry eurelully and
pioperle rt-piiiieit. ician
W, A. 1 IIOUI'SOX. 1, I.. KlMlKoaIN, JK
MIO.V1WX J- SA.XHEISOX.
ii"i.i;.s.iLK t;iu'Ci:i!.-5 and
f-.'.WXS i; V. V V.v- "'- V'.-5
A o. iU, V idc V ( St.,
(I'OllrM L',l MMKIU'K,)
Coiisiguiueiits if (iiain, liour. Bacon,
Butter aiol nil kiudk of 'noduee sold and
prompt returns make. oelio ly
R. T. ROCKOVEK,
General Ccmmisciou merchant,
, 21 East blUr llo.Hi ki ll.H'K,
Kkfkkkni is : .Merehams ami Bankers ul
Norfolk ; W, W. James, E.ii, of Bristol,
Wm. S. SAUL, Soliciting Agent, Bri tol,
Teuu. Aug. U.-tiiu
J E1GII Bl!OTl!EKS i rilELPS,
t, I.NEKAL COMMISSION MEKC11ANTS
NO. 5, COMMERCIAL ROW, .
Con'-gnuicnts lulicited and liberal advan
ces iiiaile. aug H ly.
II. M SilR.
a. t. ukabbbt.
MoNAIR Jt IIEUBF.RT,
ukkkral snirnso and
COMHISSIOH MSRCH AflTS,
r.ihrral Advances wade
E 0 R O E J. R O O E i S.
No 26 Rowland'a.Wharf,
X OR POLK VA..
Personal attention given to the sale of
Corn, wheat, Hacon, Hour, and rrouuee
generally, and prompt returns made.
jfetors to inercnants anu uansei-s vi i -
ternburg and Norfolk.
oet 30-.1S. '
DAVIS & BROTHER,
Ao. Vt'oanoAe Square,
Norf olk, Va
Keep constantly on hand a full stock of all
kimls or uroceries.
Agents for "Smith & Rand" and "i itu
ttrtlL-Ksnecial attention eiven to sale of
Flour, butter, and other country produce.
JSO. H. WBIOHT.
JAMKS W. LEK.
WRIGHT, LEE & CO.,
r. w.inn r-i t A TT
C t ENERAL SHIPPING AND
No. 20 Roanoke Square,
SOLICIT CONSIGNMENTS OF .
TOBACCO, STVES, CORN, FLOUR,
WHEAT, FKUIT, BUTTER, .AND
JIIARLES REID & SON,
JIIARLES II. REID & CO.,
S7 lit oad St.
ESTABLISH ED 1847.
W. H. MORRIS & SON S,
t COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
For the sale of Butter, Cheese, Flour,
(jrain' Lard, Bacon, Beans, Peas, Dried
Fruits, Bottuu, Tobacco, (ioano, Peanuts,
ITo. 20 Roanoke Bqaare, Norfolk, Va,
Will make advances on consignments of
Country Produce, aodrender all saler
nav 1, 3m .
GEORGE H. BUP.CH,
Grocer & General ComniissioD Merchant,
No. 70 Main Stbk.t,
(IN IIOLI.IN'S OLD STVNH.)
' Keep,s constantly on baud a good assort.
Groceries and Staple Dry Goods,
to sale ch.-ap lor Cash or exchanged for
Personal attention paid to all assingments.
Prompt returns made.
a. r. n. nnv. 6 tf.
JOHN B. WIN FREE,
IsOOt'KSSOR TO WILLS. OOLHorH & t-O.1
Dealer in Foreign & Domestio Hardware
A m It C U T I. E II V ,
t2 J'iin St., LYXCHliURG, VA.
Keeps constantly on band a lull assortment
ot al kinds ot Mechanics' 1 oola, and
and Furnish! u
Carriage & Buggy
Implements. Pocket aud Table
Cu l. ry, Table and Floor Oil-Cloths. Gum
Belting and Packing, rnhingand
Uuuting Tackle, Glass,'
Putty aud Nails,
Plated.Ware, Tea Trays, Toilet Setts,
Wood and Hollow-Ware.
E. F. WILLS will be pleased to see his
old friends and customers at this bouse.
r. v. ii. nor. 6 tf.
"I) SINCLAIR & CO..
No, C2 Light Street,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS nnd
Growers and Importers of
GARDEN and FIELD SEEDS,
Oiler to the Farmers and Merchauts of Ten
nessee tho following Laboring-Saving
Machinery aud Implements, viz :
Horsc-1 ower Corn Mieller,
With and without Fan.
Virginia Hand and
Doublo aud Sintle Spout
Screw Propeller and Masticator.
Fodder, Hay and Straw Cutters.
Coru and Cob Crushers.
Plauta lou Grist Mills.
Hay Presses Oi Yokes
Cider aud Wine Mills,
Farmers' Saw Benches,
W heat ami Uuano
Plows all Patterns,
Plow and Machine Castings,
Also A ire i fur tho
Self-Rake Reaper and Mower,
And MON1TON MOV LH.
All of which will be old ut the iOH
i' CASH riUCK.
oet 2:1. tf.
ALTER CROOK, Ja.
IIVii BnUimoif St ,
Msnufaeturer snd Dealer ia
and Upholstery Goods.
V 'indow Shades, all Styles.
BALTIMORE ADrERTIfi3t?r78, y
nOS AD A LIS,
... - TUB GREAT, I
SROFULA IN ITS VARIOUS FOR Til ,
, , UCH At
Ooosuptlon lo its early staves, Enlarge
nient and ClceraMnn or rae uianos,
Jointa, Bones, Kidneys, Uterus,
"Chronic Rheumatism, Ernp.
tions of the Skin. Chivuio
Sor Eye. &c., to. .
IX ALL. MN,l'lt31S.
Loss of Arpetits, Sick .Headache, Liver
Complaint, Pain in thfl liack, Im
prudence in Life, Gravel, '
GENERAL BAD HEALTH,
And All Diseases of th
Elood, Liver, KiJiieyi wid .ladder,
It is a Perfect Renovator. .
Kay ROSA l A L I S eradicates every
kiml of humor and bad taint, and restores the
entire system to a heal.hy condition.
Jij- it is perfectly harmless, never pro
among th cliglitect injury.
rrj-" It is not a Secret Quack Kemeily.
The articles of which it is made are publish
ed around each bottle.
Recommended V Hie Plediral
FhciiH)' and 1'lKiiiMiindo oi
our iUti Cltlen
l!BlFor Testimonials of remarknblecnres.
sea "Kosaduos Almauae for this year.
Prepared only by I)r. J. 1. LAW
RENCE & CO.,
3 1ft Itallliiiore Mreet,
i . Baltimore, Md.,
And for Sale bv Druggists everywhere.
July I", 1808. ly . . " .
H T At KENZIE BROTHERS.
j.JL Lain Thomas Mackenzie & Sons,
No. 222 Baltimore St., BALTIMORE.
KTABLIHUKP IN 1825
IMPORTERS & MANUFACTURER OF
COAGII AND SADDLERY
Canuitn M.ik s, pailn it t -, auo ll iuvs
Machenaie'a Panuel Seats, J.'J.jl) each.
T7ELLOES, Saddle Trees, Hulls, Spi kes,
' Sptlng, Enamaled Canvas-, H"g Sk us,
Shtf 1) Skina, &- Thread, SaihIIi r's Hair,
Varnish, Carrire boils, Va Leather, Tii
Bidti, Mow, Wheel, Skntiug, Harness
L'-ather, Stirrups, Bits, ic. Also, all other
articles pertaining to the hnlm ss.
septll-ly - " ' "
WILMS & Co.
Omni, tiuuare, and
No. 350, Went Bait. st.,nearEutaw
II U I I I III I i:.
These Insirumcnts have been before the
Publio for nearly thirty years, and upon
their excellence alone attained an unpur.
chased pre-eminence, which pruuouuecs tbem
uneoualed. Their ToilO conibiues great
power, sweetness aud tine singing quality,
as well as great pnrity of Intonation, and
evennesB throuirhout the entire scale. Their
Tout ll is pliant and elastic, aud eulirely
free lrom the stitluesB found in so many Pi
anos. In tVorklliailKlllI they are un
excelled, using none but the very best tea-
toned material, the large capital emplojed iu
our business enabling its to keep constantly
an iiumeuse stock of lumber, &o., on hand
, All our SqimIiS Pianos have our
New Improved overstrnnn Boale aud the
We wouhl call special attention to our late
Grand Pianos & Square Grands
Patkstku Ai oist li, ISWJ.
Which bring the piano nearer perfection
than has vet been attained.
Every Piano Fully W'arranUd for Five Yean,
Sole Wholesale Agency lor Carhart &
Needham's Celebrated Parlor Organs aud
W M. KSAliESL'U ,
Fo. SoO, West Baltimore Street, near Eutaw,
oct30-ly . lialUmore.
A newlv discovered transparent carbon
iied ouarti, equal in brilliancy to the real
diamond, mounted at our own facto -y, in
astistio diamond settings, guaranteed tine
gold, and sold by us at tne fiftuith ot the ooat
of real diainouds, to wnicu tuey are equal
la every respect except intruisio value.
boll wire car-urops, per pair, ,
Solitaire Finger-Tings,$0 and 1 10; Solitaire
Gent's bosom Pins, g;i, ja, s, io, f i o
0; Solitaire Gent's Studs, per act, t.'l
5, IUO; Cluster Gent's Uosom Pins, tit) am:
I2:Gcnt's Cluster HosnmPin with tail. $10
Cluster Piu and Earrinns, $10 and $25
Cluster Cross, $0, (10 aud 115; Cluster
Cross Uosom Pin and Earrinits, tUO aud
$25; Cluster Finger riugs, $5 fS i0 aud
r-y Orders less than 15 must he aecom
Danied with a Post-othco order, aud the
uoods seut free; orders exceeding that
amount by exiirees, fur colleotiou on deliv
eiy customers paving all express charges
TRY I S. Addrea
JAMES T. MONROE & CO
Impobtkbsanu UASi rAun nsas.
oct!i0 2m 195 Broadway, Now York
C1 AN FIELD, RROTHER & CO.
1 Importers and Mauutacturersof
229 HaHlnior' KI.,
o.i3il7ni BALTIMORE, MD.
AMUKL ORENDORE A: ON,
C J. O Hi J J S. HA.. If IX PS,
PUoDI CK COMMISSION NEKCUANTS,
Air, ituitiiiiort'i m.,
&. E. Corner UoA'ard,
Sam'l Ohkmior, ) Jtuttiuiorc, Mtl.
i T M (jRKM)OK. j OC.3H lilll
linoll!l, I euii.
' DaAa Si a : This little seroM will inforni
you thai this New und Elegant lintel is loca
ttd ut the Depot, and is now open to thu
publis tor patroinign. - '
AU the eou.forts usual in firut-clusn Ho
tels may be 1 ealiied here.
If you wish to spend a few days in out
city, you will find it pleasuut to stop nt this
Good attoutioii,. good fare, and. reason
able bills, always mi hund.
Connected is u lir.-l-elass l'.ar and lhuber'
Meals at all hours, to suit guests. '
liapgagn l'r of eliaige.
. At TON YOL'NG, Proj.'r.
June 12, lSi P.-if
SAL TUfORE A D VEIi TltfEMEXTS.
tnilC OI.I MEUAL tn award.
L ed at the Intu luir (In Baltimore) to
Chas. M. Stiefl', for the beat Pianos now
made over BalUai rr. Pbiladoluhia. and .
New Yrk Pianos. Olllce and Warerooms
No. 7 North Lllwrty St., near Baltimore
St., Baltimore, M4. . '
S'iefl 's Pianos have all the latwt Improva.
ment, including tie Auratfh Treble. Ivory
t ronts, ana ton improved t rench Action.
Folly warranted for Hvi jears, with ririvl.
lege of exchange within twelve months, If
not entirely satisfactory to purchaser.
Second hand nanna nnd Parlor Orrans
always on hand from $f0 to JnOO.
Kefornc,' who have our Piano In nmt
Gen. R. E Lee, Leaington, Va., Gn. Roht.
Kiwwn, Wilmington, N. C, Gen. D. H.
Hill, Charlotte, N. C. Got. John Ilohrr.
Lexlrg'on, Va , I). 11. Parne It Brother,
Lynchburg, Va., Martha Washington Col.
lege, Abingdon, Va. Terms liberal. A
Call la solicited. oct3fl.ly
RICHMOND A I) VERTlvEMENTS.
WILLIAM R. 'L'(jIU,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
13th street, tutween Alalnand Cur",
I H'IISIOXU,- VA.,
Gives his undivided attention to the sale tt
WHEAT, CORN, OATS, UTR,
And every variety of
' - t-UUIMKX IltUIIlt"
And having had nn experience of Fifttea
Years iu the Commission businresi, r
spectfully solici'e a share Of patrons?
from tho peeple In Southweslcrn Vir"-
and East Tenuessee.
Grain Hags furnished at the usual rati
upon application. Oct. 23.. 3m.
gPOTTS i GIESON,
For the Sale of .
TOBACCO, FLOUR, GRAIN,' kC,
Nos. 117 li r.9 Fourteenth, St.; below Cary.
oct. 23 3m ' ' .
EO. I. HERRING & f O.,
7 RECTIFIERS and
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS,
Cor. Thirnteenth S t. nry streets, .
RICUMOXD, VA., '
Keep always en hand a large nssnrtinent of
COMMON'and FINE WlllvKlr.S.
BRANDIES. WINES, GINS, ULMS.tc...
which we otier for Cash to punctual cus
tomers as lew as such goods can be
bought in this or any other market,
oct 23 Sni GEO. J. HERRING & CO.
U1L CLOTHS, AO.
am now receiving my FALL STOCK of
VELVET, BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY,
THREE-PLY and INGRAIN CAR
PETINGS, RUGS and MATS,
Tnhle and Stair
OIL CLOTH, CURTALX MATERIAL, and
Which 1 oiler low as the game qualities
can be purchased in th city.
R. P. R1CHARSDON,
901, Cor. Main and Ninth Streets, .
Oct 23.tf R1VIIMOX1), VA.
K. AaniisTKAn, fJoitN.B. ;
i Hawey, Arm- i (ien'l Age
id & Williams. J Va. Peniti
& 0 ARY,
COMMISSION MERCE" ANTS,
1211 Couiiueic.al Block, Cury (street,
RICUMOXD, VA. :
tCJ Solicit consignments of Tobacco,
Flour, Gram, and all kirdsof country pro- ,
dueo. Oct 23-ly
Aud Dealur iu
rituuiiut ana j.iyLUiib,
No. It) Fifteenth Street,
Special attention given to consignments,
and Cash advauces made when deserved. .
I can guarantee the highest prices for Pro.
dare that ean be ohtuiued in the market,
having had many years experience iu tb
buaiai'sss. My charge are 2 per cent, oa
Grain and Flour. L. POWERS,
Oct. 23 lm. Richmond, Va.
WOODHOUSE k FARHAM,
BOOKSELLEKS AND STAUONEltS,
And Dealers in
" 1205 Main Street,
KIC1IM Oft , VirKlnla.
Keep constantly on hand, at Wholesale and
33I& CLX OJ9 J3kv. fd 9.
' In every Department uf Literutura,
Also, Itlank Hooks,
Jl'upcr aud Stationery of all kinds.
Piano-Fortes aud Music,
To which they invite the attention of
Country merchauts, Teachers, and Pur
BLANK BOOKS, for CI. rk. of Courts, and
Merchants made to order,
ICT" Bookhiuding executed.
Oct. 23 3m ,
IK'RCEI.L, LADD & CO .
Dealers In . -
Medioiiies, Chemicals, Paints,
. Oils, Dyes, Varnishes,
French Window Glass.
Agency .for Virginia Springs
ICT Quality ol ail articles warranted.
Orders piomptly executed. '
1210 Maiu St., Cor. Thirteenth.
Oct. 1 0 8tn KICUM0SD, VA.
.'IILIE V1KG1N1A NURSERY and WIN I
J. COMPANY 11EKMITAGE Nl'KSK
rii s. Rieliuiond. Yu., oiler their usual luigs
and wnll-assorted Stock of
APKlCOf, and other FRUl I' TREES,
Embracing aU the lending varieties,
Also, a very lutire ustortineiil of
(i R 1 E - V I N K S ,
Iucluilingthe heaviest Htye.k of Norton, Cob
cord, Ives and Delaware, ever oflered
in the itate.
A full sapily of Stnia hurries, 'Rasp
berries, Blackberries, Currants, und olli'
small fruits, coiistnutly ou hand, with a fjm
collection of Evergreens and Declduaut
Ornasiieiital Trees, Hhiuhs, &0.
Catalogues furnished aud conesponJtnts
Post idllce ox 4Mrt. Addres '
ALLAN & JOHNSON,
Oct. 23 Urn Gent-rul A"!!".
rilHOMAS IiRANCI" & CO.
rnilOMAS KRANCM M)NS.
1 1 FEIF.IiSliUlf!. V
BRANCH, SON'S to ,
Banters & ttmateira Merchanu.