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ouch discounts as shall be agreed upon.
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C1 ItOl.Mft PLAXTKK^Wc keep constantly on hand
C freah Gmuntl Plaster, and our care In the selection* from the
best Windsor Lump Plaster enable* u* to recommend It as the best
that cao be had. AU order* left at our office »n Cary street, prompt
ly TALIAKKKKO A HKO
N. IL— Farmer* ran he *upplied In their own bags, at a redaction
In price. Liberal discounts to merchants.for casJT Jaf7
J. B. HARGROVE.
verocamoa to axwj n*vn»,)
A I «’ r i o > i: i : it ,
WaU sirs*, undsr St. Chari** 114*1,
KtcnvuxD, Va.
WILL devote his whole attention to the Hale and Hiring of Ne
groes, Real Estate, Ac , publicly and privately.
Bales satisfactory or no charge made
Lfr" He has a convenient place for keeping slaves.
The subscriber reepcctfally Informs his friends that he has discon
tinued the auction business, and having rented his office to Mr. J. B.
Hargrove, takes pleasure in rroommendlng his former customer* to
give him a call. BKNJ DAV1B.
July 81_ _
I. \»i I III \ \% %IM , ( lll> I \>ll BLAHS.
SPRING, 1856 !
TIME subscriber offer-for sale a very heavy stock of Ktrthm
imn, thina and Glam, Looting Glasmss, Castors, />i*t/M
and Fancy Goods, of recent Importation, and from Auciion Trad*
Sals*.
To cash buyer* and prompt six months payer*. Inducements will
bo held out fully equal to any that may be offered North or else
where. WM F. BUTLER.
mhS Importer of Cf «
WK srr now receiving • .1 Bpi ng, Bl PPLT of GOOD**, con
sisting In part of the following articles.
Ski bbl* Crushed and Pulverised Sugar
fk> do C. Vellow do
84 hhd*. New Orleans do
116 Bags Rio, Laguyra and Java Coffee
100 Boxes Brown and Black Soap
100 Boxes Adamantine Candles
If hhd*. Bat on Sides, Shoulders and Ham*
60 Keg* superior Garb and Sal Soda
86 bbls. New Orleans Molasse*
100 bbls Mountain Dew Whisky
M6 do. Old Rye, Various Brandt
10 do Kerr's Satnmerdean do,
fk> bbl.. and 60 S Casks Imitation Brandy
800 Sacks Halt, Ashton and Marshall
84) Kegs Pomgranate Tobacco
60 Boxes Ground Coffee
60 Packages Green and Black Teas
ALSO—Vinegar, Pepper, Allspice, Wrapping Paper, Veast Pow
ders. Brooms, Burkett*, Holland Gin, Peach and Apple Brandy,
Mrs Miller Fine Cut Smoking Tobacco, Salt Petre, and many other
articles too tedious to mentloo In an advertisement.
mhl9 RATCLIFF A D0U0LASH
*• IASI »« AM I. ON I II I
MtrTUAL BENEFIT COMPANY,
Offhs at" ST A Tf ON KITS IIA LL? No. 81 Phi rl sir**,
ktCUMOMD, VA.
B W. KNOWLKS, Agent
!>r. A. SNEAD, Medical Advber.
Capital January 1st, 1866. $9J71.ft96 0
Pah! dividends during year 1966 . 141,640 M
Nett balance January 1st, 1966. ff,f8»,o<<> 47
Total amount of dividends paid to date .$ 716,192 66
Total amount of claims by death to date 1,836,91*) 84
-1,069,498 ,V)
$4,881,488 97
All profits go to the Insured. Dividends are made annually, and
paid while the insured Is living. B. W K . Agent
N. B. Slaves insured from out to four years In the Albemarle In
surance Company. felt
AI.IIRNAHLE INIl HAPK i; COMPANY*
PRINCIPAL OFFICE, CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.
CHARTERED CAPITAL $400,000—CASH FUND *125,000
PIKE INSURANCE, in town or country, and Marine Insurance,
may be effected on the most favorable terms with thl* com pan j.
%W All Losses promptly arranged.
fttOKKH A CO., No. 88 Pearl street.
aot7 Agente for Richmond, Va.
TO FARMERS AND OTHERS.
WE are now prepared to manufacture Qy
and repair every drsrrlptlon of Agrl- 1 - - -f
cultural Implement*now used. We havrgone _
to no small expense In putting up the different MAdHEfink
machinery requin d in . arrying M ..ur bailMB, W r are prcpsrrd lo
repair to superior style the various Reapers now used One very Im
portant feature In our business Is, that w* sell uo Implements but our
own" manufacture.** and they " warranted.** We call the attention of
the Farmers to our Wheat Thresher, Cleaner and Horse- Power, wht< b
b In every ren»ect equal, If oot superior, to any c*th« r now used A*
a proof of what they have done, w»- annex the certificate* of a few
g*bth n>en who have given our machine a fair trial W* *!*■ Use
chins:
Ws purchased of Messrs Nauui* A Morr, last season, one o
their to In. Drum Straw Carrier and 4 Horse-Power, and In our hnra
tio judgment, we consider their Machine a perfect one. We heller*
that the machine used by us will thresh fester, cleaner, and break
less gralo of wheat, than any other that we hare ever seen or used
JOHN T CtITt.DREY,
ROHT II PTYLL.
Henrico, 14th Nor., IW JOB J. PLEASANTS
Messrs Natan* A Morr
Gentlemen—Yours bearing date Peptember 90th Is to hand, and I
hasten to reply
I hare used your Machine for two seasons, and roost cheerfully re
commend It as the best I hart erer used — th# draft easy, and the
motion glrso to the drom such as to get all the wheat from the straw.
Respectfully, your obd’t servant, RICHARD ALLEN
Farm rule. H«pt A, Itfifi
Rortrsoiis Co., Oct 4th, IW
Messrs Natan* A MoTT :
Oe tletnen—Your favor of 9fHh Peptember, 1900, was received a
few days ago, aolng to the wron* post office My post office is New
Ptore. Rockingham county, and 1 do with pleasure tend you the an
neted certificate. Yours, rery respectfully.
OFO W RYLE
I hereby certify that I hare used one of Messrs Naiao* A Mott's
Wheat Threshing Machine* the present year,and haTf no hesitation
In saying that It came up to my ei|*ecutlon. and Is the beet I erer
worked. Given under my hand this 4th October, IV/.
+ OKOROP W KYLK.
f purchased one of the above Machines of Mott, Lawn* A Wruart*.
and having threshed three crops with It, making the amount threshed
Ift/XXi bbls., I ds without hesitation pronounce It one of the t est ma
chine* I have ever used, believing that It will thresh cleaner. faster,
and break lets grain of wheal than any I have ever used
Henrico, Nov. 14th, liflfi. HRNRY COX.
Ct arm till*, Kept 1st, liflfi.
Gentlemen—It I* with pleasure that we record our evidence in fa
▼*f *f your Threshing Machine. It require* lesa power fey th# work
It doss than any we hay* erer seen, and Is remarkeht* for He slmpll.
city and durability. W* regard It emphatically the " Farmer's Ma
chine," and mod ck^rfully recommend it to the farming comma
an*.
Mr T. W Adams and Cant R Davis, who are nice observer-, and
whose wheal our Machtns thrashed this year, are very much pleased
with it# performance. Very respectfully,
WYATT AMfTIV,
J. ?. 0R17T*
_REFERENCES —Oer» tfoftyberker, Amelia, Wm Archer Oneb,
Chesterfield; Wm M Harrison, Richmond. Wm H (Retrfon, Charles
£HFt E • W. Appersnn, Diaries Dty; J. J Ivey, Anpomattog ,
IBss^j. N Robinson, kina William. K« President John Tyler, Charles
CMf; 0. Austin, North Carolina, and others
NELPON A MOTT,
. <1 Mfilfi Mr ft, HtfcpsM.
Tl RNIP il l II NEW CROP—
Pklrving's Yellow Rut* Raga
Dale's hybrid
Yellow Aberdeen
White Norfolk
I-ergs Plat Globs
Idling Hanover
Whit# Plat Dutch Rtrap l eaved
fiettn top, Winter or Salad Pnr sale ky
If WM PAf.MfR
NEW YORE ADVERTISEMENTS.
'rom h m ri m.M.ii i a con NKwsrArcR ADTnns
INO IIOLT*
I. U. PamMatu A Ou. an innu fai ■«rl; all ila Ni>i|«i-ri
lb lh« CulW.1 Bliiai an.l (antdu. oMaara. Ilf ilaaatu al/aal,
Nat York. aaa4 10 BUU atraal, Baaatca.
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
Tiff-: ONKAT K!NP»Mlt;?l fi>r mpulylu, tha ».nt.
of Housekeepers, located at No*. U44 and II4II Bsmt-sii,
Ibw York CfTT, is now fully slocked with the largest, finest acid
non complete assortment of IHK'HIC FI'RNIHHINO GOODH to be
«>ubd In tlie world. The stock rmhrtni.
PI sie»l, Britannia and Planished Tin Ware
Porcelain and Fancy Goods
Baskets In every variety
Itird Cages ; Cutlery . Mats
W..«wt and Willow Ware
Inn Bedsteads. Chairs and llatstands
Brushes of every description
Feather Dusters, Lamps and Lanterns
Kngllah and German Enameled Ware
Refrigerators. Wat« r Coolers and Double Ice Pilcher*
lllp. Hponge and Foot Ha'ha
Children's Cabs and Carriages
Austin's Pa'ent Ice Cream Freesers
Tlie celebrated Dcvonatdre Chair*
Cane and Rattan Ware
Chinese Tea Puys. Caddies, Secretary* and Cabinets
Tea Trays In rndhas variety
Rocking Horses, Propeller* and Qig*
Fishing Tai kle
Broiifrd. Coppered and Brass Goods
Hummock* and M«<aqulto Nets
Preserving Can*, at tbs loWeat manufacturer's prices
Garden Implements of every description
A LAG -An «ndle*« variety of FANCY GOODS, of great «tB!ty as
well as beauty.
The location of ht« store is central and con ventral to the leading
Hotel*. Ill* Hale* R-om* are five in number, and are the most spa
clou* of any li this Hue of business In the city. The attention of
In* assistant* will be polite and courteous, and an examination of
hi* stock will always give pleasure. Ill* good* are purchased alnm*t
exclusively for cash, and are offered at prices *uch a* defy romped
Hon. Ill* aim I* to give the public what iu*y he strictly termed a
grand model House-Furnishing Depot. The greatest rare user! in
filling order* from out of the rtiy. Catalogue* forwarded by mail
ROBERT DA VIA. *14 and f»4« Broadway. N V ,
Hole Proprietor uf the great Emporium for supplying the want* of
i rpera jy*/y-Hm —[i*j
% E W 1 O If 14
CLOTHING,
OK 8UKKKIOR MAKE.
WHEELER Sc CO.,
4:1 CIIARHKU* STREET,
Opposite the Park. ffrr at Wholesale, an Immense stock of
CLOTHING, of all kinds
vr cMvnhmi o<»>d'
TERMS REASON A III.K '
CRICKS LOW !
J.18—UAnlK.] •• CALL AND 8KE "
.1111111.1.0 IU«.* PIPE WORKS.
MERKIL A JAyL'ES,
142 Irutrc xtrret, Sew York,
Mani'kactcrkhk and i>kali:k8 in wrocoiit ikon
Pt|»**s. Fitting*. T«*ol*. and every description of apparatus
connected with Hteam, Water nr Ga*. fur healing and lighting
Hteatner*, Churches. Hotels, Private Dwelllug*, Hospitals, Villages.
Factorie« and llall*
Also—Valve*, Cock*. Pump*, Gauges, Boilers and Boiler Fine*
made to ords> •
Our Screw Cutting Machine* aie entirely new, and our own Patent
warr tiled to do double the Work uf any other Invention.
Orders solicited from alljarctton* of the country, and promptly at
jal l — ly—{!*]
INDRI WN At IS! I*,
COMMISSION \J*KRCHANTS,
10TT0.Y A.VU W00LK.N MACHISEKY,
.TEAM CSUKU A*I> •.HLIU, MACH XtxTX’ T'"'LA, XIITIXO, ATC .
Impiirlt-ro and Dealers in .ManufacturerC Articles,
NO. U7 FINE 8TKEET. NKW VORK.
N. H Agent* for the the ‘Woodruff and Beach Iron Work* ’ Hteam
Engine* and Boiler*.
rr~ Exclusive agency In New Y’ork for ‘Lowell Machine Shop’
Machlntwt*'Tool*. s«*9—ly[P ]
W JACK.HON A MIN.
• GRATE AND FENDER MAKEKH,
jyHl—dly— {!'] 244 Front *:reet, and y Broadway. N V.
■ AXCKLHIOK HEWING MACHINES—Made t> HOOD, HAT
Ci TELLE A CO., Worcester, M*u., patented by Ella* llowe, Jr.,
September Dnh, 1*44. These Machine* are warranted, (with proper
use.) not to get «>ut of repair They are built In a good, substantial,
and workman like manner, and will do Tailor*,' Shoemakers' and
Saddlers* Work, In a manner warranted to give satisfaction. The
Call and see them In operation at 140 Cl I PC* NUT Street. Philadelphia,
upstair* W. A. DAWHON, Agent
mJ*—dlj — [mJ
»• t. wiLLuna
I'RODrCK COMMISSION MERCHANT,
C'l ENFRAL AGENT for Receiving and Forwarding Manufacture*!
JC Tobacco, Goods, Ac., Ac., No. ft Sm<*k.-k Hue, Rich Moan. Va.#
beg* leave to return hi* •incerr thank* to hi* friend* and the public,
for the very liberal patronage l»e*towed on hloi during hi* business
connection* with Messrs, ilooker A Watkins, of this city, and ir
spectfully solicits a continuance to his new house. In thus ap|H-ar
iug on the theatre of busiueea alone, I do so with full confidence in
tny business qualification* that the Interest of consigners will he
faithfully represented.
1 ibrral cash advauces made on consignments of produce in
hand.
Kerens m: Mesars Lewi* Webb A Ron, Wadsworth, Turner A Co.,
and John Uo«dier, K*q , Richmond ; John M. Otey, R*q , Chlswrll
Dabney, Esq., Messrs. Peters, Hpenre A Co., and Mesars. McCorkle A
Jonr* Lynchburg. Ta. c ja34—tf
4.1 lilts’ t. A I.I.EIIY
EOR PATENT
AMBROTYPES AMI PHOTOGRAPHS.
FB1HK 8CHHCK1KKR having fitted up a suit of room* In elegant
M style, at Corinthian Hall, Is now prepared to wait on the |sjb
lie and furnish them with superior plcturrs. at moderate prices.
The Ambrotype, bring hermetically sealed between two plates of
fine polished glass, (by a cement which not ouly secures, but gilds
aud U'Miitiflu the Impression.) is proof against actlou of water or
aclits. or tlie variations of climate In long sea voyages, and la the
only kind of picture that will remain unchanged by time. They can
be taken from the site of full life to the smallest miniature, an*l in
one quarter the time of the Daguerreotyjie. They are not reversed,
can he seen In any light as an engraving ; hence are very suitable
for Pins, Lockets, and Urge Frames, as well as Caars.
The extreme popularity of the Ambrotype*. has given rise to much
Imposition. Counterfeit* upon glass, covrre*! with black varnish,
are often sold for Ambrotype*. None are gi*uuine without the pat
ent stamp. The public are Invited to call and examlue specimens at
the AMaaorvra Gallvmy, (Vamyaux Ham., Main street, bet ween 9th
snd liHh. p. E. GIBBS.
Richmond, January 34, 1854.
miEHMIAlSTN INSURANCE COMPART OF
1*1. RICHMOND.—This Company I* uow prepared to issue F:re
Marine Insurance Policies on as reaaonable terms as other good of
fices.
Claim* f**r losses will. In all cases, be promptly aud fairly adjustrd
and paid.
No charge for the Policy In any case
Office, fo.* the present, oo the Ea»t side of lfth at , near Malu up
•tal r*.
ot macrons:
Wm. II. Christian, Win. Breeden,
John Purcell, Thomas R Price,
W'm. O. Paine, Ja*. Thomas, Jr.,
Lewis Glnter, John Currie, Jr.,
Aug. Anderson, Jas. Dunlop,
Ja*. L. Apperson, W'm If. llaxall,
Roscoe M. Heath, John D Quarles,
John Dooley, David J. Burr,
Rich’d g. Haskins, Larkin W. Olasrbrook,
Isrwtf D. Crenshaw D. Von Groutng,
Joseph R. Anderson, Emanuel Miller,
John C. Hinton, Ed. II. Rklokcr,
Franklin Stearns.
A PLEASANTS, President.
J. H_M<errAorg, Ree*y. j,3fi
III >9 OH IS A POK riiH,
thrum- Ooremor and FranlUn StrmU,
nAVE in store a fine assortment of superb Furniture (Rich
mond make > to which they ask the attention of the public.
Ti*ey esteem their furniture of a quality unsurpaased by any manu
factured In this country, bring practical mechanic* themselves, and
giving direct and personal supervision to all the details of their
manufacturing operation*. They ooly ask a call from those who
want good furniture, enraging simply to offer them a splendid artl
c»e at a very reasonable price.
ANT*They give especial attention to Undertaking, and bold
Uirmseivrt prepared, at all hours, and at shortest notice, to provide
it ft tilic ( Vises,Mahogany or Poplar Coffins,with shrouds,Hearse and
hacks, Ac.
P. 9. One or two varnlshers and polishers wanted, to whom per
roanent employment will be given. If immediate application Is
—1—i _Je*4
Savirm nsrni rinvoi hm iitiomi.
Office removed to the store of Christian A lathrop, No. 99 Main
Rt —In consequence of the resignation of David R Crane. Wm. II
Christian was unanimously elected Cashier. The office has been re
moved to the etore of Christian A Lathrop, where deposits will he
rvcolved, on which an interest of • per rent, will b# paid on all sums
remaining on deposit six months or longer, and five per cent, for a
shorter period
This Institution has been In existence twenty-eight years, has
loaned over eight millions of dollars , has no suspended debt ; has
never lost one dollar, or failed to pav any certificate when due.
J*tilN THimrauN. President,
WM U. CHRISTIAN, Cashier,
mh!4—41y_IHtflll W. PRY, Aecretary
ICE r ICE f ICE f
THE H AII KI IIHIH H EH H E TO.,
or HIP CITY OP NKW YORK,
Chartered hr the Stale of New York, with a capital of HOO.non is
prepared lo eupply orders for lea for shipping at the shortest notice
ami on lha moat reasonable terms
The managers of this Company have had more than twenty year*
eaperirnee In the Ice trade and are able to refer to peraooe from all
tactions of the Plate tor their aneceaa lo parking Ice for shipping id
a way to secure from waste and loaa by melting
This company haa now In store fJVt.ttflO ton* nr lee, nf a quality and
thickness equal tn any erer offered to the puhlle
Order* aenl lo R. T COMPTON, Prealdeot of tha Company, No.
16* Canal street, will raeelre prompt attention.
N It Vatari, taking In cargo a our depots on the Hudson riser,
will not ha subject to port chargee, whilst they util alwaya ha prorl,
dad with good dockage and safe harbors.
fW~ Tae qcicbsst nrarirca ours To rasatts raaiuo Ik tea ar
ta.ta taxis. _ial-«w.
iiiiiM ri R.iiti hi .
THP NRW YORK POUNDRY, RAM.INI!, AND IRON PURNI
Tt’RK WORKS—Pnrulth all ktnda of Cost and Wrought lank
Weak* fna Rrtlbtso*. A greater earlety of Pattern! for Iron Ratl
ing than any other establishment In New York, atidphe largest Man
ufactory of Iren Purnlture In the United State*
sandpord a tabu,
J'»11 N RI flreett street, New York.
tA* ONI I . i ,/ e lor the salt " P. Ilaoger
IS WHISKY, formerly held hy Messrs Deane A Brown, amt re
cently hy Mr T. Jet Ib-ane, has, with the rnnarnt of Mr Deane,
been transferred lo mi. We hare In atore, and aspect to keep a con
stant supply of " OM Rye” and •• Pamlly," which we offer to Ibe
trade and to consumere at the same rale# charged hy the former
agents (Jail) BURTON A ORPPNIIOW
ATOTICH.-Tti* an bar rt her having on the KWh of March last
-S.W pur.-hated the Rnelnea* to long and favorable carried on by
Mr Wf Itllam Booth, he w-wld respectfully solicit a continuance of the
patronage formerly eatended to him, and woold also call the alien
Mon of the public In general to a large and well selected etoek of
floods In his line,recently purchased and added lothv original etoek,
all of which will he sold on the moat reasonable terms.
WM A WAI.TPRS,
Upholsterer and Paper Hanger.
No 1 Asa Main street, corner of llth.
I*- • —Mr WiLUaw Renew will alwaya be found at the old stand,
and won Id solicit a continuance of the patronage of all Ms former
ost (Somers to the new concern. apt A
Spiral Al.ntir.isa. -Now la the time In procure the ar
Cans, and thn-e who would Ilka lo Inaurtate over Preeh Prut!
and Tegs is Mrs m mtd-wlnlrr, should supply them arise* at one*
i»H RUI.Kf.KT A CO . 1*7 Main At
tHMI.N. EE ACM IIH A !N l» V, foe sals
JP>» JAMKA WINICTON
H»:MNV«k ANfk III aRAYIk'* ( AI.ffTMF.fk
M AtlNKSIA , Murray’s Pluid Msgneeia , Tarrant’* Setter,
Aperient Pine Willow Chareaal, In small bottle*, Canthartdal Ool
todton ; Islngtaa* and Adhette* PI aster ; Herring’s and other Png
liah Medicinal Attracts, and aft the Pharmacopteal Plaid Retract*
and and prepared hy MPA DP A RAKPR, Pharm.erotl.ts
_ JPT* ___ 1«« N W. Cor Main A 1'tth *••
A Nil.1(14 AN NllE AMN. Tailors Shears, Trimmers, 1st
fff** Aclssors, Ar , nf H. Wendl’e celebrated make, warranted
In qualltp. In new and Improved palteene. and the only complete as
aortment made, for sale by SDWARD CORMINO A 00-,
. . _ _ , II John atreat. New TorR.
Affent* far H Wendt. mhA-ffmoa
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
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rmu* PKILLIN. \ IVHJlltK. OWEN A HCIIKLL. Ouun Nm
nru AoruTiAiMti If*»c*g, No. Aid Haiibvir, Niv Y'«i
PLATE ARI WINDOW GLASS.
HF.MOY, mTMI rilFMM A CO.. A . 4i »,n.
AV« >'«*>. iMruanw 4*0 HiirriaruM' Abuts.
Chance's English Wirri, Crown and t'rystal Plat*- Window Oia««
Flute*! Glass r<>r Sky-light*. Greer. Mouses, etc . etc.
Colored. Ornamental. Optical and Microscopic Glaa*
The London and MsihImhIct Plate (iiaos Company's Thick Pol
ished Plate lor Store Windows, Ac.. Ac.
k.)U|t> Ola** fur Floors and Sky lights.
Attention Is (netted to the ahr.ee various descriptions of Window :
Glass la was for Stores, Dwellings, and other purposes The quality
of these articles Is Inferior to no corresponding description, and In
many respect* superior. Our Meet Glass will be found better than
the French In tt* freedom fro*# Stain, Kust, Ac. ,,
Being Agent* fur two of the largest Glass Manufacturers In Eu
rope* we are enabled to offer dcakn and others every advantage in
pru.es and large stocks. Price List* will br furnished on application.
apt*—4«n-(vo«l
FRENCH WINDOW BUSS.
ED W AMD I*. DICKIC, 14 1 Strrrt, y. r,
two.loor* w»« of Ri.rr Ibpoi, off... to l>..l
... »u4 Con.umtra 1.1. cl, Lralad brand, of French W.utfuw (.t.M
on fs.ur.bU l.rto. Parti., wlahltif information will b. r.ruUK.,1 I
wilfi iirifH on roc .ini of thafr addnn,. UUn ml lo any tf.alr.ii
yalUrn. and packet Irr. ..f chare. .pib -lyr — [>..J
FOR THK I.IMHUMM)!
I’. H. PATKHT HAHHbK f'O.TtrANY.
UO TiukPNO HTaaaT, M. Y .
mgANUFACTfRERlI of MARULE MANTLE*. TABLE TOW.
1V1 COLL*MSB, PKOEFTAUI, Ac . in Fannin. Rrocat.il.. an-l all
Italian Martrlm Thl. artldt. whV-hW a preparation of Marble l>iuf,
rhralrally cowibmad nl'h mhural color., m* a. lo b. ■onblnl Into
Any form and coho, by whiefi a Marble can b. iuanuf.'-tnr.'l .1 ko
than half Uw rod of th. rommori material, wttfj. It .id. It In dura
Mmf and haaty.. LcEk. Ma.>*.».. tf Im .ud «»l.. Ibrr, L no
•urfacw work. th,<-dor Mnaljp MW tbomam .M the malarial, okiW
no varniah I, and to aim • Imupor.ry iwau-.y to tin Mrfar.. Man
lie. from $1 to 4**' Tabl. Top,. Ac., raually rl,.„j>
Right, far lb* JE.ioafWrforr /,»•/ SiU of ahn.« for the differ. r,l
Fiat... which will rn.urv iuuitnw rrtarn. to tiioac Innmllnf tlwta
wdT««. Information iumlthal in application to
BET Kit RENNIE, iTc.blrnl, or
Joa.n l .a. IWcrrtary. NEW VilRK.
c«AR—ly—(a.ra-1
_ SAFETY PUSk.
■jNUH Mining Purpose*, snd for Igniting Charfe*. both in wet
JT snd dry Masting; of Ibnr different kind*. The cotton snd hemp
Fuse; sJsn. the single sod double Tape Wster Fuse.
Msiiufscturvd snd sold by GLIZNX PUTMAN.
* Liberty et.. New York.
tv Order* promptly filled for all kind* of Gun Powder, of the
most approved brsnd*. Edge's Exhibitional Fire-Wort*. .«Ujp rig
—k >«e Be._ jrJ* ‘.A- ;
A\ f rALISHVd III KENTS FO OGNBI mptivi*
A Physician of high standing, sud former y s Protrseor nwro*
of thr Medical Institution* of lht« country now retired from set Ire
practice, who hss been *uff-rlng from Pulmonary lM«en*e, discover
red. while travelling in Pouth America for hi* health. a cure fur Con
sumption, llrouchlti*. C«*ughs, Cold*,and general deh.lity; and bring
swsrr that T».ou**nd* are suffering and dying annually from this I
most dreadful of all diseases, he Is drsyrou*. from the principle* of
humanity, of making known this most valuable remedy L’|*«.n the I
receipt of Fifteen Cents, In Postage jtiarnp*, *>r Change, hr will send !
a receipt with full direction* for making and «ucct**«fully u«lng It
The amount required. Is applied for Postage, and the payment of i
this advertisement
Address— B F. DFVF ROUGH, M. D„
Box 28, P. O., Urooktyu N Y.
Je 17—tf (t. a A co]
FIR*T PREMIUM GOLD MEDAL P1AN0-F0RTIC8.
STEIN WAV & SONS,
MA.UFACTt.KLKS, 84 AND 88 Walker Street,
SEAS ESOADWAT, SEW Togg,
K E8PKCTFUI.LV .-all the attention of ths pubhcx|^flBBmam
to their splendid assortment of aetnl-grsnd .-thdjadpwvBAfMB
square Pianos, which, for volume of tone, elasticity off! # g f|
touch, bosuty of finish, snd every thing that renders a Plano perfect,
are unsurpassed They were awarded t)»e First Premium for both
kind*. In competition with the most distinguished makers from Bos
ton. Philadelphia, New York and Baltimore.
NEW TRIUMPH.—Stuxwat A S>xi have just boon awarded the
First Premium Gold Mxual (over all competitors) at the late Fair of
the American Institute, Crystal Palace, for the its? Piano-Tor:*-*
oclfi—tf—[n.vasj
TII/TON AND MOFARLAN 1».
33 Maidm Lane, New York,
1V1 NOWNEI) ?ALAMAM>K SAFES. BANK VAULT?. Ac.
Baltimore Depot. 14ft Pratt Street,
mft—ljr Bosttii) Depot, 14 Howard Street (y. a.)
s <11 I t» till > , into i ii iiis a to,
impouters and dealer? in
Drug*, Faints, Oil?, Dye*, Perfumery, fitc.,
170 Win.am STCKT, Km* York
WNVITE the attention of the trade to their large and varied stock
M of Drugs. Paints. OiD, Perfumery. Ac., Ac.
In addition t« their regular importation of Staple Drug*, they are
also receiving, direct from the sources of production and manufac
ture, supplies of Tooth. Hair and Nail Brushes, Brontes. Corks. Mor
tar*. Sponges, French and English PerAiroery, lathin'* Extract*. and
many oilier article* usually embraced In Druggists' stocks, whirl
they are also enabled to offer ou the most advantageous term*.
Orders, eKher in peraon or by mail, will receive prompt attentloo
auft--ly[v*s]
HAL? A > I) It U.t.INL.
NOYES & WHITTLESEY.
NO. 80 WATER STREET.
NEAR OLD BLIP. NEW YORK.
Hare constantly on hand, and manufacture to order,
BAGS AND SACKS,
BEWED AND 8EAMLE8B,
for All u,r«. And of rrrry itrAirAbte .tjlr And quAllly.
They would e«prctAlljr caU Attention to thotr unequAllnl fAcilttto,
for
SAKHIU AMD PRIMTIMU
BAGS OR BACKS FOR
FLOUR,
MEAL,
HOMINY,
BUCKWHEAT,
HAMS, SALT,
SPICKS, he., xc.,
All of whirl, th.y furut.h to order, in tli* ino.t Approved •[jlr dt>
■'ft*, And printing, And with quick dispAtrh.
Also Importer. And DeAlrr. In •
GUNNY BAGS AND BAGGING,
and various kinds of Thread and Twine, both Linen and Cotton, of
which we are receiving continual *up|dte«. Jy*S— ]y
IMPORTANT TO
HOI mikkepliih %>o dkalekni
THE HOPE MILLS,
71 Pultoo Street, aud 71 Bct*kinan Street, NEW YORK,
■ PRINCIPAL Office. 1(M Front Mreet. New You, Factory, Nos.
JL 86 87, and Hr* Hudson ?lrr«t, Jarscy City. The Proprietors of
this long and well known
COFFEE AND PPICK ESTABLISHMENT.
Continue to|»reparr the l»e»t i’hunmu tulicul JVirJer# In use, for
raising Bread, Biscuit, Tea an-i other Cakes, Ac. They also prepare I
Mustard. Cocoa, and many other article* of daily use in every fatui- -
ly, which they offer upon the mo»t reasonable term*. Catalogues
sent to dealer* who request them.
fL'H R n. k J O. IPHAM, I
_n. B.-—Consumers advised to inquire for HiFI Mills articles.
STRAH I.OODs.
attention of all who are In want of
VI II All 4.0 0 l»H,
to our beautiful assortment, vis :
Ladies' Reaver and Leghorn Riding Hat# aud Flat#
Do Leghorn, Braid and 8traw Flat* and Bloonirrs
Children'* Mtraw Good#, of every variety
Boys' and youths' Leghorn and Braid HtU
Do do 8traw Caps
Gent's leghorn. Braid, Panama. Senate and Hiawatha Hai*~ and
last, hut not least, those heautlfkl India Hat*, which for ueafnesa
cannot he excelled.
Reside*, a large assortment of ?traw Good* for servants, such as
Palm Leaf, M mntaln Leghorn and tlie note-1 flhangtial fkraw llat,
to which we mo«t respectfully call the attention of mr friend* and
visitors to the city. RINFORD, DICKINSON A WK1?!0EK,
8ft. K Main *tr*
COMMERCIAL SAVINGS BANK
Chartered by the Led<lature of Vireini» Dee. 171b, 1863,
CAPITAL FIFTY THOUSAXD DOLLARS.
FWNHI? INHTirUTION receives rfepn«it# on which interest is paid
JE at the rate of six per eent per annum If remaining on deposit
•lx months, and flva par cent for shorter periods
WM G. PAINE, President,
GFO J Hl'MNER.ftecretary,
IIENRY W. QUA RLE?, Treasurer.
DIRECTOR?
Wm. G Paine, af the Arm of Kent, Paine A Co.,
Aaf- Anderson, M M •' A- Anderson A Co.,
B. Barksdale, •• •• •• Barksdale. Atoeall A Oo.,
Tho# A. Baldwin, " •• •• Kern, Baldwin A On.,
Robert T. Brooke,
*v*» II Olirletiaa, •• M M Obrlsilnn A Lathrop,
Ak|H Claiborne,
Jno. Dooley,
Lewie ©inter, •• • M ©Inter A Alety,
R. ft fleatft,
Samuel P. lathrop, M M " Christian A Uthrow,
ft. W. Mcdru'ler. ** •• •• A. McOrudn's Aon#,
Aamoel M Price, M " M Tho# R. Price A Oo.,
Henry W. Quarles,
Jno. P. Roberta, •• •« *• Aralth A Roberta,
Oeo. J. Aamner.
Jno. C. Achafer,
A T Htoirre, •• M •• Atokee A Oo
Offtcr at the store of Henry W Quarles, No 15 Pearl street,
||
FASHIONABLE SPRING CLOTHING.
HEN H Y SHAFER,
NO. 103 MAIN STREET, CORNER 14TH,
HAA now on hand, a» d offers for sale on liberal terms, the most
fashionable, best made And cheapest assortment of
READY-tf ADK CLOTHIXO
ADD
©RITIrRMRIH FI It N 1*111 >f; (.00l)N
to be found In the city, embracing every approved style and qtixllie.
Hit goods are made up from the moat choice patterns of French,
Knrtlsh and German importations.
Gentlemen wishing Ane Clothing are Invited to call and examine
hie stork. nplt
ROftKMmiH Iff HUOUITi
snhaerlher* would Inform the cabinet manufacturers, piano*
R fort# makers, and "thers c*f*W« flty and vicinity, that they
hare evened a yard with suitable building*, at No *70 Washington
Atreet, In the cliy of New York, where thee have on hand alarg*
and eery superior stork of the Ane*t wood to he found In the Culled
state*. Wr nfsr.
180.non ft. gnr and extra Ane rosewood veneers,
fto/vwi ft. do. do. mottled mahogany veneer#
80,Ann ft. do mah gany shaded reneert.
f*.nwi ft ptatn do do do
#1JVW* ft. mahogany crotch reneer*. various stse#
fn.nnn Ane do draw*>att renrers.
•n/vm extra Ane mahogany, do do.
W.nw ft. Ane Mtskseeu Agnred walnut, do.
gn.nnn ft. mottled do do do
©♦/ton ft. walnut crotch veneer*, draw butt sites.
M.nno f|. do do do various do
©>,nn0 ft. Ane and extra Ane satin wood reneer#
•8.non ft srhra reneer*
47,onn ft. curled and bird's rye maple veneers.
T7,0iin 8 seasoned rosewood, mahogany, and satin wood
boards, t*lank, and joist of all thkknee# Plano and Cabinet M>u1
dlnga. ‘A*1 AH©rent patterns, all at eery low price*, and upon as fk
vorablc terms as any other establishment in the country. Order*
will hr Ailed with the utmost '•are and dispatch
IIAWgp A Wtl.LOrGVVItY.
No. A7d Washington Atreet. between Reach and North Moore st.
ap#-.Ha_ _____ *ew Tork '
CtRiMii n. poayii»:h»:ii anii giiayi v,a*
J TR|) ACOAM-Por smleby t If AKINKPR 4 CO .
jP__ ^_ Ft C*fJ *i
t'IHUnu HAiPIIHin IKON. for Mk- b,
▼ _ R. S. DRINK** • 00..
ir*4 No IS Ctry «.
ANDREW WINDS
AMERICAS, CASA It I AS. ECRVt'EA S A WEST I Sit I MS
advi:ktini*u a mhmhii’Tiiiy ornci,,
So 18S A'una xart dovr tv Sftvt Bunk,
NEW YORK
AKW YOMKt UHEJIKY * MITHAJIPTOE. 1
I'MTED STATES MAIL STEAMERS.
f|S II K NIIIFN CO df FMIMIN4J *■ r-t-._
*- Ull line axr the WA8IIINUTUN. Captain E. ,41
C»r«»M HERMANN. Cup! Epw.ad IHuoi— — Jlh
Th— Knoun Hop at Houthampiun. both going t—MSEMIL.
and raturolng.
PRO POE ED DATED OP HAILING- \bCA
from Rnuth
From Prom amp ton for I
Saw York. Iroum. N.w York
Snivrdvy. Btttvrdvv. gV/orvf. iy
Ilia* AM.Jan'f M F.b'y t* r.b'j IT
Wamniorua .F.b'y t* Marrhft Mar tfi
llaaauax..Mark. *1 April I* April t*
Waamaoroa . April 1» May IT May *1 I
Hibuam. May IT Jan. 1« Junr lk '
Wianiawro* . Junr 14 Joly If July I*
Mraaaxg.July It Aug1! » Aug‘1 1*
Waamaprvx ..Aug'l f Sapa'r « Nrpt'r Hr
Haavaag.Hrpi'r ( Ort*r 4 Oct’r k
Pahimk i. Oct’r 4 Noy'r 1 No»V »
llaakAUX.Nur’r I Nwu'r t* Drr'r *
Waauixuyu*.Kov'r Tit Dn'r f* Dre'r II
Slopping at Eoalhunpiu'i, boll, going and r.Turning, ihry tffrr
paar*ngrr«, procrodlng London and tlavrr. adrantagro rrr anv
other routr. for tbr eronomy af time and tuonry.
PAaaaaa raou »». toaa to o.craAurr.ui AID aaaaaa.
Pln4 Cabin. Haiti Saloon. *1 No; Pint Cabin. Lowry Saloon, |llu;
Srcorid do |fin
An Irttrrm and nrwrpapun mart parr through thr Port Ofllrr
Nu bill# of lading will hr algnrd or parrela rralrrd on thr day o
aallp.g.
. • Jg kfhagp wlroiod Hurgruu It alia- hod to each tlilp
Par fWIght of pumagr, apply to C u. HAND,
II South William at . Now York.
C- » IIUSEKKN A CO.. Hrrotrp. I
CROSKEY A CO., Southatuptoti
jalT—1y(W]_WM TPEUN. Harre.
nti % .yi II LIU i:i:>
NEW YORK & GLASGOW. I
CnVMARMM _ _
UIHHbt'ftOHi LVMi tool, ... We Crwmjio .
NEW YORK. man •• ... R..rt. Caaio
oLAflGow, i*** “ ... jon - TnTrWfc
The Glasgow and New York Steamship Company Intend •* \hr.g |
their new and powerful Steamer* fro* New York for Glasgow, di
rect. as under :
EDINBURGH, IktanUj, Vpirmbpr lkh.
NEW YORK,
GLASGOW. Saturday, August ICtb. It o'clock, noon.
■ or cammur.
A limited number t.f Third Class Passenger* will be*
taken, supplied with prur*i!oni of good quall'y,
properly cooked, at. |%i
An experienced Purgecn attached to each Steamer.
For Freight or Passage. apply to JOHN M«'t*YMON,
M ... __ A8 Broadway, V Y. I
N^w York City Bill* or Gold only received lr>r Passage.
HE v i; vi Houses,
(Late Winouifo'i Hotel,)
21* 23, 25 AID 27 IIICO IDU AY«
Opt>o«;tF Rr.arling Grren, NEW YORK I
Till* undrralgu*«l avails himself of this opportunity of In
forming tils friend* and the poblie that he has le%..-d >ri
the above named! House fur a term of years. and ha* made
extensive alterations and repairs, and omitted n..thing that w.tJ trod *
to the accommodation or comfort of gusai* The House having been !
nf*v furnlsfietl throughout. In the most thorough anil modern %tvl*.
with a view to convenience and comfort am! aa It will be conducted
on the Kuropean plan, and with an experienced caterer, and iIm j
rotyh cooks, he hopes to give RaUtfertioa to thoee who favor him
with their patronage, which has never failed while In other IlMels in
A . , ™ JOHN 0(1 RADT. Ja
New iork, June 1st. 15bj6. JetH— l,n— [W]
N NT 1* r r A Y I) I OH AtTO.
PETER LORILLARU,
HABUPACTTRER,
No. 4i Chatham street. New York.
SUCCESSOR Of Pma 4 Gcoaur I>*xiLLAar>, offers for sale all 1
kind* of SNUFF and TOBACCOS In general use For particu
Ur*, a Pairs Craanrr ran he obtained hr addressing as above —
This Establishment is ooe n# the oldest of the kind In the Uniu.l
f1*1**- mat*—lvtw.i
<»* wir, ituna>< »: anuhaci
-A NESv*, beinx transition* from the Trench, new edition, bran
lirutty Illustrated. Catalogue* sent free, on enclosing a three-rent
•tamp to H. S O. SMITH A CO.,
maH—#m—[w] Bor Hln, New York, P. 0.
HAVANA PLAN LOTTERY.
HOKE PHIZ Eft THAN III.ANKS.
7.767 PRIZES—*102,000—ONLY 15.000 St'.MBERS I
jani»i:h «’oi'mty
ACADEMY LOTTERY
BY AUTHORITY OK THE STATE OP OEOROIA
_ . CLAM P.
To be drawn Aug. >Slh, 1S5C, at CONCERT HALL. Macon. Geo , on
der the H*orn Superintendence of Col Gao. M. Local and Iaa \
Ni.aarr, Faq.
Patron* will please examine thl* scheme rareftitlr—compare It
with any other, and If tt 1* not the be« ever offned, and the chance*
to obtain capital* far belter, don’t purchase ticket*.
, _ CAPITA!. 915*000.
1 Prize of.•13.014) I*..flftnno
} **. . **.
. .8.0itO 1«.n,(«ki
♦ .. . lJA«0ar* . 4f£.M.
.. are.
»0 Approximation* of $5*• to 13.000 prlae are . i
do of 95 to 8.000 prlae are.. ] tv
do of 90 lo 9^0) prise are. T.fMt
do of IS* to each of the capital* of lono
are..... 1
T** Prlae* of #si* are.. .. . . .
7.767 Prise*, amounting to.$lo2 ooo
dcd'ict'orj ^|i,30. Prlae* payable without
. **!TVf*¥ •"determined by the drawing of the cap,,
tal of •15,(MI0; if the number that draw* the eaplUl I* an even num
»>er, tb.7*e TickeU ending with 0.9. 4. 6. fc. are entitled to if «n
o*ld number, those TickeU ending with 1, 3. 3, 7, 9, ar<* entitled to
, to addition to any other prlae whllh rosy be drawn
Purchaaer* in baying an aqual quantity of od.1 and even number
TickeU, will be ccrtaiu of drawing nearly one-half the co*t of the
sAtn^with chances ofobtAinlng other prixes.
ET Person. «en,Ilng money by rostt need not fesr tu being lost,
(rrdrrs punctually attended to. Communications confidential Bsnk
Tlc*ket.r *°“nd B‘akil Uke“ “ ?Ar Dr*w,n«J to all ordering
*W Those wishing psrtlcnlsr numbers should order linRirdlatelv
Address, JAMES F. WINTER, Manager, '
_i?”___51 scon. Ga
Maxim LAtPLAY. snw.al) r. anstaana.
.O...,.-* A,n,‘K4 4 kohinnon.
GRADUATES OF THE PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF
PHARMACY, PRACTICAL < HEM IS TS A SD
O PHARMACEUTISTS,
FFEtl to country physicians and families a perfectly „
»*w and raasa slock of pure and reliable MEDICINES. OH
logctbrr with ScRosoa’s IssTBrusirra, PsarrassT. Pager TX
(coons, and aH other things In the Drug line, which they will i*
sell on the best term.
t»* Chemical and Pharmaceutical Preparation* made to order,
and seut to any part of the country.
„ _ LAIDI.EY A RuHINeOK,
081» Cru* More, 4th and Franklin streeu, Richmond.
_ LARIA A RHINE,
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
74 Jf.tfis deeel, RU Atmmti, |*<r.
WIJ-L five t*,elr undivided attention to all sales of Real and
Personal Estate, sale of Household Furniture. Stock, Goods,
Ac , Ac ; alto, speci*1 attention to tale* on Saturdays of II net I
0.iw«, Carriages. Wagons, Ac., Ac.
Also, keep coiittanlly on hand the largest and handsomest stork of
Furniture to he found In this market, consisting In part of—
Mahogany and Rosewood Wardrobe#
*° . _ Marble an<! Mahogany top Cabinets,
Sideboards and Wan,stands
Splendid spring Seal Sofas, Tele a Tetes, Divans and Lounges
Spring Soat Parlor, Cane and Windsor Chairs
Spring Cur’d Rocker., Snclahle., Whatnots.
Alto, a beautiful assortment of Chamber Setts, together with a
general assortment of Housekeeping Goods
The clip and country trade are Invited to eiami-ie our collection,
i* *r *fe determined to sell at s very small advance on cost.
* 'Sm'**1* JAMBS H. SHINE.
TIIOnAI w. li i i si i ,
AUCTIONEER,
OFFICE AT <!Eo. J. St'MNEB’S,
»«. 20 PE.IRL STREET, RlfHMOXD, VIRGIYIA.
.... Will attend lo the sal- of
REAL ESTATE, and every description of MERCHANDISE.
mh*-»f HOCSEIIOLD PURnITURK. Ac.
JOHN C. ft H A r E K ,
TAILOR AND DRAPER,
_ EXCHANGE BUILDIN0,
W epvereinrni .eraser, aicnwoet.. rinoieia
0Uir'“ •*•"«"» »o bis new .tyiee of SPRING
and SUMMER UOOn*. seW-dle
•**■* W otrsas , „ Afrtmm
««i nns a iri’i hsii>.
. PRACTXCAI. URlOOWTl*.
R for stir * r-n-rsl usorliornt of Kruuln- Mnliclnrr. »|.
w»yt fresh, sn.l s irr-sl rart-tr of Fancy srtloles. P-rfutn-rT
«■ , si prloes ss low >• iirsn I- bmiaM In (Ur oils
i*9* ORURW A APPKKAON, No. *01 Brood tu
WIM.UH w A i r | IK,
w tarrAcrrasa, ivritrsa asp psalsr is
PAI.VT8, OILS. ULAS8, ANI> ARTIST'S MATERIALS.
WIIDl.KWAl.r ANI> KI r A11,,
QJ. Ilf Main atrfrt, /firAm.n,/, XV jilg
JONF.PII MIIIOI A to.,
aCC.'MaORa TO
TH08. 1. CARSON h CO..
UOIIT RTRFKT, PAI TIMOtir. Mil ,
F A T F H N 1*11001 IF INII XIFTFIXII
VV COMMISSION MKRCIIANTS. And IVsI-r. 10 For* Uni.
Me.
Order* respectfully solicited Ja17 *,n
UiHII VI TIHtl \i Utllinisv.
rVRIfK Rahsrrlber*. having rrm-red to thetr new factory on Cary
■ Rireet, between fth and loth JNrceta, arc prepared to receive
order* for all kind* of Agricultural Machine* and Implement* nf the
late«i and most approved pattern*, which will be made of the best
material* and of superior workmanship They ask attention to
"Cardwell** double and single geared ll >r«epowers and Threshers,"
which have taken a premium at every Fair at which they have h*en
eiMMted A1«o. to “CVoSkflT* Cbd On*her.** Manny"* Patent
Reaper and Mower." the best in use; Fawkes' Patent l.lme and
Ouano Rpreader. Hlghlr appri>re>1. Ilay Preases . Ilty Rsk-* . Corn
Rhetlcr*. from flO to fflft; *»m th"« fs*rnt 5lc*w Cutter. Grain Cra
dles, Me • Rkh's Patent Iron-beam Plow, of rarloti* sites. |p They
fu^oln the opinion of the Hon Wlllism C. Rive*, of them Plow*
BALDWIN. CARDWKM. M CO.
Richmond, February 17
Casti ■ Htu, 15th Dec 1MM
aVw. W« R Rn>roimm~ Dear 5lr I take pleasure In reciting
here my Impression of the performance of rmir Plow (Rich's Iron
Ream potent) at Cobh am to day The work wa* far more thorough
an l complete than that pf any pk*w | ever ** W in operation before.
The furrow opened by It was very generally 15 tnche* -Jeep and a boat
fh Inches wide In hard. close land, and most etbwiuslly and perfectly
clean**! oat, none of the sod earth falling hack into H.
The trial of the plow wa* witnessed by many of m» neighbors,
among whom I will mention Me#*r« Prank R Nelson, ) II. Genett,
J If lcw1», C. R Hopkins. Thomas Watson, of Louisa. Me . all prac
Heal men and most excellent )s*lge* of agrlcultaral Implement*; and
there was bat one opinion among them as to the *uper1orlty and an*
iMkllutisMs performance of four blow
W’Uhlng yoa equal success H*ewhere in making Rds valoaMe lot
pigment favorably known to our agricultural brethren,
1 remain, yours truly,
*S _ WILLIAM C BIT**
(NO** A M TNFHMIIP.-N. hsr* this day •asn'-.at-d *IOi
-/win b'talue**, C. M. Pi«»*aitt*. The boslnesa will hereafter
be rood acted oader the grm of fit L«w, Tatioi I Cn
_ TAN LtW M Tkfj-OR
f
M. > r'-katmrg l*-pni For Ml- liy
JrM _*WRII.X>S A ROMIRYH X.K
V«. I I I IFFI II II* IIIIIM.V
XU * Clipprd H.rr n,. ramtrlnf far sals ny
. E. *. MINRIR * 00..
IF** Mo. U Cary M
—HCIL
HAi.ri.miKi; lock hospital,
I>H. JOHNSTON.
FWNliE IOUNDKM of this celebrated Institution, offers the Doe'
A certain, speedy and only effectual remedy In the world for
8ECRET DIM XM*. I l
Oonorrhort. Gleeu. Stricture*. Seminal Weakness. Pains a the lx.tr.. I
Constitutional lieblllty. Impotmcy. Waaknsw, ■,' ttoe back 'r ILImba
AOrcIlous of the Kidneys. Palpitation of the Heart, byspepm- Ner
sous Irritability, blsea.ee of the Head, Throat. Nose or KVitc and all
those serious and melancholy -llaor-l-rs arising from the l. . ru-*'- I
hablu of youth, which drwtroy both laxly and n.ind Them s*c
arul Solitary practice* are more fatal to their victims than tlx son
of the Syrens to the mariners of t'lysaes. blighting II,-r f:„xt br '
Hant hopes or antlctpallon*. rendering marriage, Ac .,O'■ oadtslc. I
YOCXO MEN,
especially, who have become the Ta urus of Solitary VI, , 10*1 urea . I
ful and 'lestrucllve habit which annually sweeps to an u:.i n,.. |
Cve thousands of young men of the most Mailed tal-n.s and bn’ I I
it InlelW-t. who might olheew.se have entranced . . , • r s
•111. the thunders of «l «iuence, or waked to ecalacy the llrlng lyre :
may call with full confidence
MARRIAGE.
Married Persona, or Young Mm contemplating Marriage, bet,
aware of Physical Weakness, Organic Debility, Deform litas, a.
should tmmed alely consult Dr. Johnston, and be restored In perfi. i
health.
He Who place, himself under the care of Dr. Johnston may rvb
gloudy confide la his honor as a gentleman, and confidently rels
upon bis skill as a physician.
ORGANIC WEAKNESS
trams*!lately cured and fall vigor restored.
This dtsaaao Is the penalty most rr-pamlJy paid by thoao who bar,
bacorne to* victims of Improper Indulgences Young lertar.. are to
apt to commit eluoaaes from not being aware ,,r the dreadful more
qoences that may ensue Now, who that understand* the satfieet
win pretend to deny that the power uf Procreati n la leal suaner bj
Uiosw falling mu. improper habit* than by the prudent. Besop
being dcjeired the plsasure of healthy offspring, the must srvtoas si. ■
wtiroriift symptoms t«> both ImIj an<l mind irlM Th* ivatriu
dgr.ogwt, the physical and menial power* wvakrnrd. am
** fiskdliy. Whs, imtpsawgiww of lb. hwwM.lrxGgc^taD.a ...
ting of fltr frame, symptoms of con*amptUn, Mt
Ilr. JOHNSTON is the only regular Phyvlclat. sdrert slng to ear.
Private Complaints Hla remodiea and treatment are enureiy on
known lo all others Prepared f rom a life spent lb the great li. ■
tals of Europe and the first In this errantry, trl*: England. Prance
tl.e tiles kletr of Philadelphia, Ac., and a more extensive prvatlce than
any "Her Physician In the workl. Hla many wonderful cores and
most important Surgical operations are a suffic .cnt guarantee to the
afflicted. Those who wish to be speedily and effectually rctlevvl.
should shun the numerous trifling Imposters, who only ruin then
health, and apply te him.
dvnc*—No. T hOUTIl FREDERICK STREET, left hand ltd* go
Ing from Baltimore street, seven doors from the corner.
per* ltc particular In observing the name and number, or you will
muukr th* |4a« r.
^ rw TAKE NOTICE—Observe the utur on >h« d»or u t Win
A LTKK WARRANTED, OR .NO ClflROF. IN FROM ONE Tl*
TWO DATs*.
SO UKRCVR Y OR SACSMOC8 RRCG6 l'S£V.
DK. JOIl.N*TON,
MfinWr of the K' jjl CoDcfc of burgeon*, I/ondcc, frtdutlc fr»*g
onr of the most eminent College* of the I n tied States, and Iht great* i
P*rt of whose life ho been spent In the Hospitals of London, Pari*
tiilftilr Iplua a lid eiecwherv, has effected Some of the uu»#t aston.s/
lag curr* that was ever known. Many trotbM with ringing in tl.«
vars and head when **1—*p. rr.-at nervousness. hemg alarmed at sud
dwn sound*. and haahfulne**. with drraofvtornt of mind, were carat'
Immediately.
A CERTAIN DISEASE.
Whitj the misguided and Imprudent votary of pleasar* find* ),•
bos imb.hcd the se«-d» of this i»a..;ful dtaease. it too ofWn happrt.*
H»at an ill-timed sense of shame, or dread discovery, deters birr
from applying to those who, from education and respectability, can
alone befriend him, delaying till the constitutional symptoms of itu
horrid diteasr make tftwlr appearance. «ucb as ulcerated sore throat,
dlacaanl tumr, nocturnal pains in the head and limbs* dimness .>i
sight, deafuewfi. noales on the shin bones and arms, Motches on the
head, face and extremities, progressing with frightful rapidity, till at
la*t the palate of the mouth or Ihe bones of the n<we fall In, and she
victim of this awful disease become* a horrid object of commisera
tion, till death puu a period to his dreadful sufferings, by sendlnr
him to
“That bourne from when-** no traveller returns.**
To such, therefore. Dr JOHK9TO.N pledges hur*aelf to prreerT.
the most IntUaLle secrecy; and, from hi* extensive practice* In the
first Hospitals In Europ*- and America, he can conficWntly racom
mend a safe and »peedy cure to the unfortunate vtrtim of this horrid
disease.
It is a mela.ncholy fact that thousands fall victims to this dreadf
complaint, owing to the unskllfulnews of Ignorant pretenders, wh*-,
by the use of that dreadful poison, mercury, ruin the constitution
*’ld richer Send the UnfortanAtfi* • affrrvr tn an Iirtlwt.lw wwaw. a.wlm
make the residue of life miserable
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. J addresses all those who have injured themselves by prlvat*
aod improper Ir.diligences.
These are some of the sad and Miaocholy effects produced by ear
lj hsbtu of youth, via: Weakness of the Mack and Limbs. Palo tr.
the Head. Dimness of Bight. Loss of Muscular Power. Palpitation of
the Heart, Dyspepsia. Nervous Irratibdity. Derangement of the Di
gestive Functions, General Debility, Symptoms of Consumption Ac
MENTALLY.
The fearful effeet* 0n the mind are much to be dreaded; Loss of Me
mory. Confusion of Ideas. Depression of Spirits. Evil Forebodl/up.
Aversion to &>oely. N-lf Distrust, Love of AoUtudc. Timidity, Ac.,art
some of the evils produced
TbauaanJ. i.t p.nun< of al: r*n now Juilfe what 1* thr caw.
of their declining health. Loaing their rigor, becoming weak, pa),
an., emaciated, hare a amgular appoaran.' about the e»ea, roog!
and ajtnptotn* of conaumpthm.
MARRIED PERKINS,
Or tho-e cnniempUtlng marriage. being aware of phytical weakr.ru
ahould immedlatelj ron.ult Dr. Joliiuton, and be reator-d to nrrIre:
health.
DR. JOHNSTON-9 INVIGORATING REMEDY FOR ORGANIt
WEAKNESS.
Be Ihi. great and Important remedy, weakneu of the orjrana art
apeedllf fwwd, and full vlg.r restored Tht uaat.da of the mo.1 net
Tom and debilitated, who had loat all huiv, hav, letu immediate!.
„ A" Intpedtment. to Marriage. Fhrrical or Mental di*aoal>
Bcallot, Nervosa Irrltallona, Trembling, and W rakneu, or exhaust;.': I
of the most fearful kind, speedily cured by Dr. Johnston
rot EG MEN
the sflWcts wr Which are nlghUy-fWt, even when asleep, and. if not
cured, renden. matrlage ItuMsmblc. and destroys both mind ana
boar, should apply imm«M!ate!r
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his country, and Dm
darling of his parents, should be snatched from all prosi>*rt* and er.
joyturnis of life, by the consequences of deviating from the path ot
nature, and Indulging In a certain secret habit. Much persona, befor»
contemplating
MARRIAGE,
should reflect that a sound tnmd and body are the most ncceesan
requisites to promote connubial happiness. Inderd. w-.thoct these
the journey through life becomes a wrsry pilgrimage; the prosper*
hourly darkens to the view; the mind he-oms .hadowrd withdespau
and filled with the melancholy reflection that the happiness ofanoth
tr becomes blighted with our own.
OFFICE NO. 7 MCTH FREDERICK STREET,
All 81 RGICAL 0PERATI0N8 performed. **
S. B, Let no false delicacy prevent you, but apply immediatrlv
either personally or by letter. 7
lit SKIN DIBk'ASES tueeJilj cured.
Tti STRANCfKRB
“be many thousands cured at this instttatlonfwlthin the last 18
rears, and the numerous and Important Burgle*] < |»-rath>n* i*er
formed by Dr. J.. witnessed by the reporters of the papers, and many
other person•. notices of which hare appeared again and again be
fore the public, besides his standing as a gentleman of character
and responsibility. Is a sufficient guarantee to the afflicted
TAKE NOTICE.
It is with the greatest reluctant that Dr. JOHNBTON permit* hD
card to appear before the public, deeming it unprofessional for a
physician to advertise, but unirss he dut so. the afflicted, especially
strangers, could not fa J to fall Into the hands of the many lmpud-n
and unlearned imposts r*. with Innumerable false names, or combine
qu*o**Mq», swarming these large cities, copying Dr Johnston's ad
verDseioeni*. or advertising themselves as physicians, illiterate, shat
low-brained fellows, too laaj to work at their original trade, witl
scarce two Ideas beyond the brute, who. for the purpose of enticing
and deceiving, carry on five or six offices, under as many dlfferen:
ratav names «o that the afflicted strangrr escaping one, is sure to
tumble headlong into the other Ignorant Quacks with enor
mou* lying certificates of great and astounding cures from person.
0o« to be feund. who keep you taking Urge Kittles of Licorice Water
and other package* of filthy and worthless compounds, cunntnrly
prepared to imp..*,, upon the unfortuuat* and ur^uspecLng Trifling
month after month, or *« lone a* the smallest fee can be obtain*!,
and m despair. ****** you with fuloed health, to sigh over your gall
log disappointment. 7 1
It Is tlds motive that induce* Dr. J to advertise, for he alone can
cure you. To those unacquainted w.ih Ms reputation, he deems It
nj^rr to say that his credentials or diplomas always hang in his
No letter• received unless post-paid, and containing a stamp tq be
uv-d Mr the reply Persons writing should state age. and send that
portion of advertisement describing symptom*. ap31—dly
%| H, FI* T|, I* ft IC’F withdrew, and hi* Id teres:
a V ■ in our b.iFlnes* ceased oa Hie first instant.
, . THOi. R PRICE A CO.
The remaining parfn*r«,wUh the assistm, e of the same corps of effi
clent **« slant* that her? been with them f**r years past,will continue
the busii.es. a. usual unit] H>e first day of January next, when 'll.
proposed to sdrod some new loterests. In Hie meantime they wt?1
offer unusual Inducements on the stock oo hand, aod by the Fall
they propose to show their usual select variety.
_ THOR. P. PRICE A CO.
(nil out ii < or ro> mom
y En/lish Cotton will he sold at 1ft* cts. per pa*r, worth tie.—
I 1‘»m det»*n white cotton Ho«e. m qualities varying from like, to
I finest imported, open c»l;un and Lkle Thread I lose, from IV. tr
**■•*' P**r P*lr; children's cotton Hose In white, striped an t s\nda>
vnmpriAX * t. A Til nop,
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.pia.Kir. Of ra«ttn.rrAI>rap d'rta. Mrrlnr. Alpac.a. Marar ,. and
Unrn Crata, Panta and Vrata introduced th|« a-aaon, and purcha.
rra will find Ihrir own Intrrra! In Impror'n* II,it ran opp rionltr
lo buy anparlor quality of Ctolhlny at a (r'»! Maine in pricra
I ■>"**__ REIN, BALDWIN A CO.
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payable on or hyforr tha Hitt Inrt.. at thy .IR-a cf thy Company —
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f/inn Aticwr cured H*m«. *taaII «'•*, far family u«r
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hroui the L*>ntinn P‘,et
THE IXSI KHKOTIOX. ,
We hate to announce the outbreak of t formidable in
urrectioti in Madrid. The populace were on Monday 1
light in anna, and there was sharp fighting in the street#
~ tween the iuaurgenta and the troop.. At III o'clock on
I'uraday morning the fighting continued, but up u> that ,
me, the Queen's troops, under Marshal O'Donnell, re
-nwd poaerarniti of the city, and continued til make head *
gainst the rebels. The insurgents proclaim a Republic
t is mil known aliere Espotrm Is. i
'‘•ICS I July in) Urraysndrnrf nf the Ijnnd'm -Vetre.
The lew and short telegraphic dispatches from which it
■ to tie ga>tiered that civil wai has raged for the last two
■sy* in Ma Jrtd must be received with the utmost distrust, 1
0 lar as they Slidesvor to re|>reaent that the reactions, v i
•ally In tlie struggle u- likely to get the upper hand. It
uu-t te- rrnn u.tieicd that tiles# dispatches arc sent along
1 U-legtspine wire each end ol shich Ls in the
laniis of the Unvtuuni nf s hostile to the esirse ol freedom,
it cat not ba doubt*it that Kepartero, n.stewd of having
-e.igned. was iguonunion-Jy di-unas-d by the Queen, and
hat ti Donnell has consciiled to tieeome the luiuister ol a
•"Uf, ifetat. 1 learn fiom a person likely to be well in
otiiu-d that aa the result of intrigues lot g going on in
laris between Christina and oilier*, a ‘'case" was got
ip against E*partero likely to prejudice 1dm in
.lie uimd of the Queen of Spain, and that the
•ill ol indiettnent was presented to Hei Majesty by tlie
Krcnch Ambassador, the Marquis de Tiiigul. Mv infoi
nant piocecis to aar that Queen Isabella. having sum.
uonrd Impart, to and U'Doun. U to hei presence, received
hem surrounded by har halberdiers, and that an* teen visual
o E-psrtero tho ground) of her displeasure. It i« proha- '
de—but on this 1 have no positive informal ton—that E—
•ariero entered into explanations and told Her Majesty;
hat he would not reioain har Minister except on certain
•ondilinre. The mstilt, however, it is said, was, that the
Jucen ordered him to leave Madrid sill.in (wentv-lour
lours. Now, this narrative may very possibly not be cor
rect in all its detail*; but I feci certain it will turu out that
“.spailem was dismissed—in this sense, at least, that he
-ould only have remained in the Government by Iretraying
he people and proving false to the principles which he ,
las ever manfully advocated. O'DonneII, who, in rpite of
the many dispatches which have affirmed that the most per
ect I arniony prevailed lietwcen the two marshals, has all
dong been trying to undermine his colleague, wa« left ap
parently master of the situation. He began by formings
ptireli re-actionary ministry, but that did not last many
lour*. W ith the hope of throwing dust in people's eves,
it took in two men, Lusuriaga and Bayarri. ««id to be
Mends of F.-partero, But it was understood that the fir»t
ict of his Government would have been the disarming of
he National Guard, ai d the moment their bayonets w.-re
afcly lodged in the Government arsenal*, a coup d'etat
would tiave been made. In all probability the !
oustittttions would have been simply abolished.
At all events, Spain would have been placed ;
n a state of siege, and the press would have been i
provisionally suppressed. This is as good a* admitted by I
:he Patrieot this evening to have been O'Donnell'x in'. 1
ention. Now the National Gnard of Spain have no inten* '
ion to be aft-dished. They flew to arms, and supported
vy the people, maintained a contest for two dais, and
ilthotigh it suits the purpose of the indietor* or tranrerih.
•r« of the telegraphic mspatches to say that O'Donnell s t
mops had the advantage, it is evident that the nnaitioii
me .-National <>uard cannot have been §n very bad, linte
II *•>« «nd of the second dsy the Queen felt the necessity
•i presenting henu.lt to them in person, snd they seem to
'SVC treated on equal terms for a • suspension of hostili
ties.' A dispatch ‘ays, it is true that O'DouneU had giv
them tili five o'clock on Tuesday afternoon, the lath,
to surrender, and lliat after that hour he would pitilessly
tiie upon them. But, as the Pr-ttc very shrewdly
observes, the* suspension ol hostilities show* the ,
weakness of the new cabinet. It is not the habit of Go
vernnients, when they come trinniphsutly out of affairs of'
this kind, to oiler a truce. The latest dispatches, so far |
is their contents have transpired, make known that Gen
*t»I Infante, who I believe is the President of the Cortes,
»*« at the head of the insurgents. Tney also atate that
ill the telegraphic communication with Madiid will prob- j
ibly be interrupted. I believe I have mentioned every j
Uct connected with this momentous affair that U known
f'ere- I may add that, according to the opiuiona ol men
who know Spain woll, there must be by this time a gen- j
•-nd rising in all the principal towns against O'Donnell.—
The /‘-Urit mentions wlwt,nnlortunately.eamiot be doubt
ed. that the colhsion between the National Guard and
the Queen's troops was bloody."
Pant [Julu 17 J i ’orreapondent of the London 77me.
A pitvate telegraphic ihsuatch announced that not onlv
Saragossa, but all Aragon is in insurrection—all Aragoii.
’n>oj.s and people By all Aragon is, 1 suppose, meant
tbr larger towns thst have followed in the wake of Sara
gossa, with their respective garrisons. We have no de
tails, as far as 1 can ascertain, but the main fact, if cor
rect, or even approaching correctness, is most important.
III Barcelona, we kuoar nothing. Xo dispatch, as vet. an
nounces her rising, but is not difficult t>> say what effect
sill be produced on her people, troops, and National
■ uanls, by the news from Madiid of the success o! the
>>"]• d'etat, it coup d'etat it has been. That we have as j
■ ft no news from Barcelona is not extraordinary. From j
Madrid to tliat place there is no electiic, nor indeed any
telegraph, and from Barcelona the telegraph does not ex- |
tend beyond Maiaro, a distance of 13 or M miles; but j
mm Maiaro to the French frontier there is none. The
news of the success of O'Donnell will, therefore, be a long |
time reaching Barcelona. Should Barcelona unite I
with Saragossa, the example will probably tie
followed by other plaecs. and then it would be verv douU*..
ul that O'Donnell could maintain his position, though he!
s in possession ol the capital and the Queen is now there. I
The latest accounts from Madrid are of this morning, they
lave been already telegraphed to you. They are to the !
■ffect that the fighting continued lor upwards of 24ihours,
out that the revolt was at last repressed, with the excep
tion of the bull fighter Pocbeta, who refused all conditions
if surrender, life, money and distil cliun, and who still held
•ut against, as he said, the ’Traitor O'Donnell,' with a few
lesperate followers. 1 have since then seen a dispa ch
"hicb anneounees the death of this man, who fought to
the last. The National Militia ol Madrid hive been dis
solved, and their ai ms are to be delivered over to the
Isorernineut. A more recent dispatch announces that 1
the members of the Cortes remaining in Madrid were dis
persed. The Cortes, it must be added, was not prorogued, ,
nut only ita sittings suspended; and An made what I sup!
pose it is proper to call a quorum lu Madrid, O'Douneli
iow rules supreme. Since the insurrection, Espartero's
name ha* not been heard. Since writing the above, a tel
egraphic dispatch announce* that General Gurrea lias ar
rived at Saragoisa. It was rumored on the frontier that
Lhe insurgents have bad the upper hand in Saragossa."
ict-rxiaaiox or THE isscaaxnioN—latest TEirr;»*rutc
OlAPATCHtt.
"Manaip Jilt Id. (Evksiso.)— At S o'clock this .uor- I
ling the insurrection was overcome on alf point*. Gen. j
Concha obtained p* session of the Toledo Gate. As some of
the insurgent* still held the riaxt Sevalda, measures were
taken to attack them. The various bodies of the lower orders
acre commanded by 1’ucheta. At In o'clock the last re-1
Haiti* of the insurgent* dispersed throughout the d'.v were
annihilated. Tueheta wa» killed. Twelve pieces of artil- I
cry Were in position in the Plana Sevalda. The Queen j
r'sited the vounded. Happily the victims were not nil- ]
tnerous. The Government has been admirably supported. !
The disarming of the National Guvd is actively carried on.
The thoroughfare is re-established. AH i» tranquil in the i
produces, except *t Saragossa
.HkDKip, j’ht it.— lk> »av order 19 completely rt-et
tahlishcd at Madrid. The (jueeo, accompanied by the !
Eb-g and by Marshal U Donnell, has just reviewed the gar
don The tmopa and the people received their Majesties j
snd the Marshal with enthusiasm. To-morrow wilt take
place the solemn iruiial of the soldiers who have died row I- I
cm«l> in defending Iho throne and order. P. «t —The
twelve piece# of cannon posted on the Plaza Sevalla be- i
longed to the insurgents They were captured bv Uie
oval troop# after some hour* ol fighting "
The Daily .Vrws has published the following dispatch
from Its Paris correspondent, dated Madrid Thurwlay
The Insurrection here h*« been suppressed, alter a combat
which lasted 80 hours, and was fi -rcelr ohatinate The
JeaJ are very ntimrrou*. Tlie National Guard ha# b.-eS
disarmed. Forty of the ‘leputie# now present at Madrid, 1
having associated Ihemaelves to convene the Cortes in a
legal manner, were diaperaed by the troop# The where
sbnrit* of F.spartero i* s ill unknown, he I* probabiv at
■varaguwm or at Logrono. In# asserted that the garrison ’
ihere goes along with the people Bv the new# |-om H-ir
relon* it would appear that Catalonia ia also tu a slate of
insurrection
I ssrs, ftnlav, n P. M—There ia no later intelligence
from Madrid. Ln f’alrif say# that the report of a move
ment at S*rag<>.*„ is Confirmed. It i# asserted that Gen- |
rral Falcon, who commanded the placa, and who ws# for- f
itierlv an aid-de-camp ol Erpartero made his pronunciation
lo with the concurrence of a pan of the inhabitant#, but,
according to private intelligenee he was not foUowrd by
Ihe troop#, who, on the cot.trarv, retired to the height* and
castle which command Saragossa
A latsr telegraphic message Irom the Captain-General
id Catalonia, dated the J7lh inst , state* that all waa tran
quil lit that principality.
boon N,«. ntm East Tlxataasi— A lett.w from
Knoaville, dated duly I A, *ay* .
f he political Area here are getting to be a* hot a« a vol
■sno. fillmore stock' he* been rising rapidly since be
reached Ms tialive soil. East Tenneaae.- *d| give him a
rs.n of at least 2,000 over Gentry's majority. Let the
" e#t redeem herself! and we will count Fillmore'* major
tv hy thousand* in this State The but feeling prevail*
hroughont East and Middle Tenneaae* We are aafa
here, and sale, I think, not only in Trnoc<wee,bnl through
Mil a majority of the State* of the Union Roll on tbc
hall and let every friend of the Union put bis shoulder to
lb# wheel lot Fillmore and Dotielson .
A Hull.—The Washington I'nion haa the following
W* suppose it was committed intentionally, for the pur
[Hi** of conciliating the natives ol the •• green i»l«/’
"The Weather yeatarday waa oto-saively hot The,
ibermotneter reached in a tool and shady place.” '
nhwk uy TELEGRAPH.
PRim'KEDINGS i>F CONGRESS
W.smisiitos, August |._A'cim/s.—private bills and
be act establishing ihe Naval Board, were considered,
”d •ft*r •om* unimportant business, adjourned until
fottday.
In the //uuar. Mr. Boyce presented the certificate of
he Governor of South Carolina, rrlativ. ,he eWtioo
>1 Mr Rrooks, who sworn In by the Speaker
The House then resumed the consideration oi the Kan
as contested election ease
The Clerk finished reading Mr. Reeder’, statement
Mr. WhitfirM then made a speech, maintaining hu
ighl to a scat ; after which, a resolution was adopted,
i(firming that Mr. Whitfield was not entitled to a seat_
teas 110, uays 92.
A resolution declaring Mi Reeder entitled to a seat,
va* rejected—yeas 68. nays ] Hi
After the consideration of private bills, the House ad.
earned
NORTHERN MARKETS
BaLTtwoar, August | —Klnur—Howard and City Mills,
IT 12. Wheat active and slightly better. Com firm—
*hit*j rU.; fallow rtH Ct*.
New Inn, August 1.—Flour lower. Sales of State at
l« 90; Ohio at 50; rtsndaol Southern, |6. Wheat
irn, «ales of Western red at *1 7-Is l 86. Com firm
.nd unchanged. Stocks dull. Virginia *i*M M,
IKKIV.tM AT Tilt. I.llllm.t; MOTH.
BALLARD Hill HE,
r, „ v. BIHOAT. Acs. 1, 1S5S.
Dr Homer. Norfolk; W th-ppinger. Phils; B llwnnu.
Idt; L J h.tvter, Abingdon; P Stokes, Lunenburg; J U
Tairar, Nashville; Mi- S G Farrar, Louisa; J Coaiter
' I’Braxton, Kio* W»; A I'.nl, Richmond!
p- * tt «• i Ulino,ro,« J M FureuAon * a«rtt, 0«rl««
uw -N (« F Vaughan. Hanover; Charles
r • Nt*'Cw": A B McCr~ry. N V; Col P.v-e, u S A
r B Bra..k. Miss Brooks, Mrs A H Robev, Ml-; G T
Pleasant. Richmond; Rev F Bonroan, C.«‘, R Douthat
LhstlesOtv Dr T P Temple, Hanover; J F Welsh Vs
3 Crutchfield Spottsjlvani,; C0I C G Coleman, Louis. E
I R T?,n' lvly'u OT C,l'1'n"' *nd ,,ur*'- Prinrcss Ann .
J R Trier, Mr 4 M B Trier. Southampton; Dr R M Ro<»*
UJv, two children and two servants, P M irphv, Norfolk’
Ur Ror. Lady and servant, D Pcni,ton. Udv' and son’
r.ppaUnunck R E Elliot, J W Elliot. 3 Mi-aes Elfiot. S
, "•‘Well, J c Crit, Wife a lid son. Chesterfield; W
liaskeworth, and Lady, Louisiana; C Turner and Udv
La: I. H Johnson, R Baptist, Petersburg; S K Pace Min
nesota; J W Lacy, Miss Lacv. Prince Edw.nl, Miss’War
vmn'm,J 1 T'v’ LI"*rlo't'; Gresham, King A Queen
A Bolling, Richnun.d; E Harrison. Amelia; T S Books
Lharlottv; Uon T S Flourtiov. P Tsvlor H-M.,
TRUNKS, Ac.
„ „ „ 'I' w STOCK
BOOTS, SHOES, kc.
"LE *r" no" °P*nln« »° entire new Mock of Wti m
"™Buoi* and Shoe*. comprising a good oiona«i V
l “ f1','.? w!'lcB »« *“ the attention of our friends and
d>e public. IY« think we can show the best assortment in RlchSSX
Among onr asortment may be found the following
Ladles' Gaiters, of nearly erery style
Fine Morocco. Goat »ud Kid Walking Shoe*
“ w^''.Ct1;ik'n ?£!?**!***' * superior srUcde
» hite Kid and White Satin Slipper , Black :W<c j.
Fine Mo., Kid and Goat Walking Boots
“ Ot*c Shoes
Gentlemen's Fine Dress Boots and Shoes
“ Double Sole Calf Water Proof Gaiters
" Patent Leather Gaiters
Mieses' and Children', Shoe*
» „ *"«•ot *00<1 <l“Allty. far men and women
, t „° , wl?lchJrm h» sold at tl.e lowest market price* for cash, or
to panetual roMomeri o»lt. • w
. __ _PCTNET, WATTS A PUTNEY
T„_ MIUKTimu LM lII ELI SEW,
HE !adl*s fiare been eery generally annoy,d for — -
some two or three years past, with bhoe, and
11 I* Pfoecrhial now-.-daye
rip before the sole* are half worn out. In order. ,f pimlble. torem
w I hls wds tVwo * T ' I «f “he of U.c^north,’™ c«“.
•r • h.« Wit# t. wark to ln#>Ql *.'ta«*thi*i* to #«JUKj *11,1 I am kah
pjr lo inform «».*• lariir# he hi. .uccecdi •dm.r.biy* ^
?t“Th * Congre** ©alter Boot, a wry neat, pleasant and tasty a,ti
2'i‘Be soles o' which cannot hy any force that could he employed
,**S*^'i frota. the upper*. An sssortraenl of the shore I hare’
ust rece.rcd, and sliall be pleased to show them to the ladies, at
No. 18, Main Street,
_JNO. 0. PAGE. Ja.
BOOT*. SHOErTtRI NKS Ac I^T"
I respectfully iorlt* all In want of BOOTS. ^3'iilS
, Ml ?,loP, *“J **F*e> lo cal! at the old tfi
••tabhshed Mand, lx Ms.n Street. My stock has all
been selected or ordered from the best Manufactures, or ha. been
manufactured by myself from tb* most approved materials, aaj em
Mtaws and Children's. Bootees, Gaiters Ac,
v or'no* BroIi1'- BUck »nd Fancy Colored, Gaiters, Polkas Ac
Youths, Boots, Bootees. Calf, Kip and heavy
Gents, Drees Boots, Gaiters and Osford Ties
Gents and Youth* Patent. Lea Dress Shoes, Ac
And a complete sssortmenl.of Servant's Shoe*. Trunk..Carnet
mond* ***' * °f * **10,1 wlU ^ ,oM M low as At auy housed wsTP
J^'2___ JOHN C. PAGE Ja, IS Maio st
-ANIA SHOES.—Women's Shoe* ; Boys'
Gent', Oxford TV*
Heavy Sewed Boots * SRa
Also, Brogans of every de*c'lptlon, for sale at
„ PENITENTIARY STORE,
«pl*_tf »; Pr„, ,treet._
R® MUk At,.—The PENITENTIARY STORE has been ro.
moved to No. ST Pearl street. South of Cary. spin—it
MORRIS* PIANO-FORTE ROOMS,
H7 n.llH NTKEET, KICII HON D.
4 RE constantly supplied with a full and complete unrtarnl of
mT m. tw choice#!
PI A NO.FORTES
new manufactured In thi* country, which are offered for sale on rea
onable terms at file factory cam ruexs, and the most absolute and
enure satisfaction guaranteed to purchaser*. The word* of • corres
pondent," we Kart often raid, amt icr tat* pltatnrt in > epeaHnj
lAe truth, that WORCfSTER'S inrtru mtnlt art madt upon honor,
and oju.il to any in tkt world," have been and ar* dally being*
corroborated by the highest testimonial* from nsarly ONE TU0C
-ANDpurchaser. In the past TWENTY YEARS.
Attention 1* asked \r following notices uf the press :
[/"cvnt Lht X. y. (.omUAreiai Adrtrliter, April SO, ISSA.l
Plano* made by Mr H. wureeeier. of this city, c»n scarcely be
nrpi'ed in all the qualities that render a* instrument valuable.
^from SAs X. y i 'e»ri»»asJ Enquirer ]
Wo*cn*r**'» Pisxe*. —The -onnanMMDcre*,:ng reputation of the
Plano larva manufactured hy Worc*#W authorise, our reminding
not reader* that Worcester'* Instruments are a, beautiful and orua■
mental as they are tiro tied to be unsurpassed In thelrmoreemantial
qualities of musical eacellence.
[Front the X. 1" I'ommerrdal AdrertleerA
“Those dulcet strains" of which -very truly yoifH" speaks cam*
not from a human throat, but from one of tho** wonderful niece* of
mechanism known a* "Worcester's Plano*.” As w* h/svDior* than
once »* d, they glee forth, next lo the melody of the voice In love'*
whispering*, the iwreteet and most perfectly harmonious and melo
llou, tone, that »t are accustomed to listen to.
"»•* __ _ A. MORRIS. Sole Agent. »T MalnW
ELLETT, WALLER, DREW RY & CO.,'*’
,\0. 17 PEAHL STREET, •
H. r_. . RICHMOMBFa. W
in ttore and Art now rm*«ivlnf a beautiful #— Timrm j
ih« following Ooodi, #vle<*t«d In luropa, by m »>f wat Kras
Crf1l#h Print#
M#u. hr»!»r an<J ScotchOlnghtm#
Lawn#, Jacnnett and Chalifei
Whit# aod flnral Brilliant#*
Plkln f ftidf *,,7 Rl*sb mm.I IS. i _ . ^ m bi._^t_
do «lo Frniiai and CfuUHea
rutn Colored. Hlatk %nd i*t,n Strtpod Itrfrtt
Coloftd Cnpe d* FmtnM
Jac* o«t. Bor«cr. *n<l T ««uc Rob**
Mack and Colorol Bilk#
Black Alpaca* and Italian Cloth*
Mhll« Cambr'ca. Jaconet., and Swim Mualloa
Cloth*, Ow:ntn, and V»—inn
Irl^i Llnena. Hlaj Liorru. H Jlandi, Damaaaa
Dowlae. Llnm Dn-ki, and Drltla
Glawd Cambric., Black and Colorad Cambric*.
tlo-erp, GloTr., Oaamleit., Mltta, Thread. A? Ac
Jr?aA8c5rt!S?Wlf* tef,lr* ®'>0J* lb* T'Ff'-'*
A^lr *mtahrie.*nJ,cT'n 'Z'*' ’’•t'1 * f0" of tha beat
InTTI^I IbUtt!?- 7E? *£'"“• U’,n»- Wcachad aad Brown Sheet
Iw -e.ha. o'*Cottonade., Com-ni Plaid* .ad Strip**
J«n. Tweed., Apron
vj* ^n,tJ!m5er '"lLU' bT. * ho,“* ,n *,w Tof*
01* oa at nn#*to - BVr ,r, lucrmcnt* to oar ruitonMn and thttratf*
ftncraM y, equal to an j !k>u*t In iMa - ntj n * rj
J“_ell nr. waller, drcry a oo
RTOHF AID RBW RTOCft
of «rf*iuoa
READY MADE CLOTHINQ
FOB kPKIMG AMD SCNMIR.
CotDpr't.n* all naw atplra of Sprlnp Drr.r and Frock Coal*. Btatl
nr«« Coal*, of fkncp clatha, caaatmarea, merino, Dr.p d"tt#
Alpaca, llnm and Martrlll*. . Teat*. In rndlraa ra
r'**F • black 1 ere. and fanrp rtalmrr*
Pant*, da llnm. m*'«*iUe*. ratable!. Ac Ac
Pt'RMISHlMO GOODS
Craraia, Tie. and Stock., of tha pr.airM rarlrtp , Sutpeadar*
hid, —Ik and thread Otore. . Ilandhrrchtafli, A a. Shlria oaHva
atlk and pauae rndrr-Shlri. . .ilk, merino. Ilarn and - -
Drawer. , India Rubber Oooda . t—brail**, A*,
wpoiauia in apratk.
f l>. fiSOIItl % k ha. now open at hi. i• rp* arw alar* ream
• M • III Me n .treat, R cktr -nd, ▼* . a larpr and aaNratp arm
-oca ->f Spr n* and Sommer RFADT-MADF Cl OTHIMO rathea
clnp all new -pi** of .rare prod* *« rtat*. Paata aad Ye—a aad
Ptirntthlnp lloo.la Prom h>« eerp preat facintlra la tnanafadarlnp
hi. liberal patron, and thf pnM;c penernllp will -in Rad an artlela*
la hi# line, from Sneat la loweat pradaa, of tha earp boat — a*, aad
at onaanatlp low price* for caah Call and e.amlne
P1** *»d Mo-lit Mala -r*el, neat door I* J
W RaoAdpb a He. a. ri Japlk] J D GOOD NAM
I kknMi TM k rt imp hrrn. jjrZZfZTSt
4 ttpraaa a «upplp of Torn'n Aad, rmbrarlnp tha fallawiap
Rnta Bep. plat Datab
Red T ,• MotfAih
Whit* OioW SSl
Hrkffl
And Gem tbr rouutrp, the Arm Top, Mpblp recommended f,r
winter are, and Salad ORt'SHS A TppSSST
Jtl4 |*o R| Ref**4 p9fp#f
’!»' "" "» Ml I ■ I M «f ’• ii \ i»> W.
~ w **+ ,n a Inf ©f thi* rpff taper w>r article n
*»tr* Mrcnffth and fla^nr, for aal* by " *
I'*-1_ BKkkITT, iBBR* A PISHU, D. am.
UNI I I II i M.tHa. « cin
Mr# petal eat—factton Por ml* bp
ip* "■'•Mrrr, BRRk * F»p.n, Dmarmo
A9cZ2£J!!&€*',9t'*n' '* •— —
F II iKIMVtD » CO . M» Mliba
• MAI and for ml* bp WoMSLI A C1.AIBOBRB
If** Me. 11 P*ar1 met
| || II M D a. I tkl IkkID M« i, «N II BUD
MANB. artraflnp II 1*0, dark be.ad • r„ ala

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