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RICHMOND WHIG.
AHBODOTB or TUB BOTH8CHILDS.
■ ■ihfawilla Mi ill i ■bull" of the Money Kings, that
giro Am AW atap la tba riaa of that now historical fam
ily. It la a vary striking lUaskalion of "Uoossly is tba
kaat pafiey."
Tba aaaaaa was September, 1791. Tba Landgrave ol
Haaaa Oasssl asw tba Preach ravolaliouary banners ap
proaching bis domioioos, and waving at his very frontiers.
Hastily ba packed ap hia jewels and valuable*, together
with Between two and three million* of thalers, and took
tko wap la tba a an! sat Oily of Frank fort, hoping there to
find miens of placing hia wealth and the Jewels ol his
haaaa la aacarity.
Arrived at Iks city which had for benlurte* sent forth
the rulers of the “holy Roman Empire,” the logitiee Land
grooo knocked at the door of an humble Jewish banker,
lleyer Rothschild, richer in children thsj thaler*, but
wishai a distinguished aad experienced archeologist aad
numlaMloiogisL
Tba sovereign, who himself was an expert in these sci
ences, paid mooh respect to tbe knowledge of tbe Jew
banker, aad bad actually a tow years before bestowed up
on Aim Mm distinction of the title of “MedaiUeur to bis
CmHs**
“Moyer,” bo began, aa ha banded him hie well filled
case, “1 know yon to be honest end coracienliotis. Here
fa all I possess; take it, and return it to me when (his
tempest shall have blown over, and when better times
dawn apoo aa.”
“Swell vast confidence does me greet honor,” replied
tho Hebrew, “bat your Highness must not forget that the
republican army is almost before our doors.”
“We are la the hands of Providence," replied Ike Land
grave. “I ask yon for no receipt.”
Tbe PH nos re-entered hi* vehicle and harried off, with
out listening to the renewed protestations of the man of
What Meyer RotbachUd had anticipated, duly came to
paaa. Before a week was over, Frankford wos in the pos
session of the French troops, and the backer who had
bean denounced aa an anti-revolutionist, and an ally of tbe
tvrenfa, found bin domicile sacked, and Ills cash box plun
dered in tbe name of liberty and the people.
Ho sooner, however, had the victors left Frankfort, than
Meyer Rothschild re-opened bis baokiug house, finding at
first credit among the Jews, and nltimateiy with rll the
business world, and soon was reputed richer thin ever.—
In lfiOfi be was once more considered as ons ul tbe must
reliable bankers in Germany.
About this time there came a short period of rest for the
crowned heads of Germany. The Princes of the Rhenish
Confederacy reeled under the high and forced protection
ol Napoleon. Raised by the will of tbe great commander to
the dignity of an Elector of the German Empire, the Land
grave ol Hesse received permission to return to his dotui
nfowe. On his way he passed through Frankfort. Ths
journals had before informed him of the plundering ol
Rothschild's house, and bo naturally believed his own
wealth loag since a prey to tho Jacobins. Still he deler
mlned to visit hie numismatic friend, if only to assure him
of tba continuance of bis confidence.
"Good morrow, Meyer,” said (be Elector, with a frank
and hearty shake of hands. “At last we have peace, old
friend, but it costs us dear enough.” Before you stands a
ruined man ; as poor as Job.
"What! you poor, your Highness*”
"Certainly, for have not those confounded sans culot
tes stolen my wealth aloug with yoors 7 If I do not now
too much inconvenience you, 1 should like to Ixirrow a
small advance upon the indemnity which I shall receive in
Heme Csnarl.”
-— —— — ... u-n.., .on. »*■•*>
you confided to mj con U n*le and untouched.’'
“Wh*t!" exclaimed the I’rince, “and were you not
plundered, then T"
“The French have taken everything I had, and I wa*
very careful not to excite them by resistance; otherwise
they would have searched more thoroughly and might have
lonnd your diamood* and mouey where it was hidden in
my cellar."
“flow! it it possible?”
“Yes my surrender wa* a stratagem. They never found
what I had hidden. For the last nine years, in order to
indemnity myself lor the moneys I had lost, I have taken
the liberty of using some of yours. All my enterprises
hsve proved successful, and without embarrassing myself,
in the least, I can now return you the entire sum with Cve
per cent, interest.’’
Tbe Prince was deeply moved.
11 Meyer,” be said, “You arc the most honorable Jew 1
have ever beard of. Keep my money, and continne to op
erate with It. From to day for two Tears, I want no return
of it, and only two per cent, interest."
And thus Rothschild became a millionaire.
JACOB REED,
xm'Ficrriu or
ARMY AND NAVY CLOTHING,
NO. 10 SOUTH FIFTH STREET,
P II I I. A D K I. P H I A ,
Y& All Colors an I qualities of Military anil fancy itnfA*
constantly on hand and l ir Mis at the lowest prlres.
oc20-8m[VB P]___
SWAN A CO.t LOTTERIES ! ! !
FORT GAI5ES ACADEMY LOTTERY !
CLASS**.
Tebe drawn la Cltjof Ailant.,Georgia, in publir.on SATURDAY,
December 2u. 1S&6, on the plan of SINGLE NUMBERS.
30,000 TICKETS—3,It NO PRIZES.
MORE Til AX OXE PRIZE TO EVER F TEX TICKETS !
HAI.MIIIEM MHE.Hi;!
1 prise of. *4e,ten* 1 pr.ae of.*1,000
1 prise of. 11,104) 1ft prises of. 2*xi
1 prlM of. h.'hiO lftft prises of. list
1 prise of. 2,ie*o l«0 prises of. 7»
1 prize of . 1,1*00
rrraoxiifatiax ratzas.
4 prises of »l&0 approximating to *4**,its* prise,are ... |f>*«i
4 “ 1*5 •• 12,*rio •• •• ... ft*,)
4 •* IftO “ 6,i«rl *• "... 4*si
4 “ J* “ *,0»u •* « .. ft*,*
s “ co “ i,ooa “ •• .... 4**,*
an “ 4.1 44 2**o •« »» , m
nASS* “ 4*1 •• are.ISXVS***
8.2SU prieee. amounting to. ,#2*d 000
Whole Tickets, * I *1; Halves, *8; Quarters, ** .In.
RA00 Prlxes of * to will be determined by the last fknrc of ihe
Number that draws the *40,000 Pr.x. Fur example, II the Nua>ber
drawing the $4*i,tlt** Prix- ends with No. 1. ihea all the Tickets where
the Number ends In I will be entitled lo *lu. H the Number ends
with No. *. then all the Tickets where the Number ends in 2 wlU be
entitled to *4ft. and so on to (*.
iWUfaUt of Paekaftt will be told a: Ihe following rates, which
Is the risk ;
Certificate of Package of 10 Whole Ticket*, .... *«..
• “ “ 1ft Half “ 8ft
44 10 Quarter lfi
Address orders for Tickets or Oriiaater either lo
F. eWAN A ot), Atlanta, Gs.; or
null g. 8WAN, Montgomery, Ala.
PLAN OF NVAN a «•«.*« I HTTI HIFS.
BthftftO Numbers corresponding with those on the Ticket* are placed
In one Wheel. Tbe Prises are placed In another Wheel. A Nom
bor Is drawn worn the Number Wheel, and at the tame time a Prise
Indrawn horn the other Wheel. The Prtae drawn Is placed agalnrt
the Number drawn. This operation Is repealed until all tbe Prises
are drawn out.
in oRomtino Tirtwm,
Enclose the money to our address for the tlckeU ordered, on rw
cslpt of whirl* they will be forwarded by the Bret mall.
The list of drawn numbers and prises will be tent lo purchasers
Immediately after the drawing.
IXT Psrehaaers will please write their signatures plain, and live
their post oflflee, county and State.
Hr Remember that very prise la drawn, and *.,.,j.i. in *..>*
wHiwK aeaoeuoD.
^ All|vli«of|l#CO and under, paid Immediately after the
drawing—other prise* at Uie usual time of thirty days.
All communications strictly conidcntlal.
Prise tickets cashed or renewed In other tickets at either nfllca.
J. b. fi;k<;fsok, jk.,
NO. O PEARL STREET.
Importer and Jobber of Dry Goods.
SECOND 8UPPLY.
THE Rf KM It IHI.»« having sold not many styles of
(looda purchase,! the early part of the season, has found H
*wt to New York for the purpose of re
tduolahlng his stock, and is now receiving and opening a carter* „f
. £!f*’J’,lc?A “°ODe •“bracing P«ey Wch pir. be
Latams and Oaahmrrea, .Merinos, mediom priced Mouse la inee
C*®hroeree Embroideries, Lace., lawn and l.lnen IMS -. Ac., Ac
w “PPjP »•» •«*> Co* Velvet Vettings. Illack and
*nd m»"V ®ther new and dedrahle articles, all of
h*T* J”« he.® puvehaaed at very low prior., and will be of
nnmt ^ 1 4 coaDUr’ trad* *>y wbeleaah al a small advance
Aneaily examtnattaa la reqncated.
'* ___t. 1. fEROCTOR,
n*< 1.01 A MilA\v,
STONE CUTTERS,
ON MAIN, BETWEEN SEVENTH AND EllillTH STREETS,
A kicnoifr, Vi.,
PHliFAKI l» to execaU trery d««crlp
ttoo of 8too? Work In the be*t mannrr.
Their operations embrace (tone Cutting for Inner and nnter finish
ofhoamm.Oraolte. Band Slone. Marble, Sc . Ac., Tomb Slones. Ac ;
bT51h wb.*'‘ “S wW,t* “* «"*» "< Ibe Stone Cut
. They will, al all times, ukr pleasure In furnishing
»*' T *°i o' work, and thus afford
225 T T Ui arrive at the best and cheapest mode „f e«.
ecutlog work. They win he prepared, at all limes, promptly to un.
JOb *"* h®,1’’' "h'S morrorrr.lalie pleasure In
“J epecimena of Stone or Marble which may be forwarded
te them, free of charge, for the satisfaction of i-rson. who may And
thaws on thalr premises ’
.. *"“*_•* »»* •* he furnished to all who may desire them, and
~®*J'h” f**Ut la have their work don* la Richmond, and for
warded, ran he accommodated on short notice.
hcst'il!tILr.^r>(t* ,'**£? t*" f!Ir 'h* men, and Un
^s^.g. glr^ ^r^^Tn*" the surrounding country, aa.
_W4lj«yTje James Thomsr. Arthur Morson. Hubbard A O.rdner
*3*U’ Mlioveot Whig, and Un- public of Rkhmonr
| WN'_nol»
H.w..‘fF,ol*^r "• vrr* ' • »» NTIUg.
ATT NO devoted seven years to the roostant j- ,
Mudy and praeile. of DENTISTRY, In all Its
branch... uEera hla ser rices to the rKIsrns aflhia, ITTF
Ms a ally# rlly, assuring Ihem ihai all operations JJTT7j
aa treated te bta care will he performed la Die most satisfactory man
INCORRUPTIBLE PORCELAIN TEETH, with or without art'll
SSLEflEiSi n i"*"'-1 ongoM.slIrrr or plaits... win
2®fP*rH*v®l Ppriogr, r.r by Aimospherle Pressure, ar ih- rrmditloi
et the moolh mar Indicate. Hi# Tacdiiies for the manufaeiure c
•SSXLTZX' -,*»‘~r»,*—hy.u,other Dental Eg
Narefcra those with whom He la not acquainted, In Rev, R. R {
■rrwstt, It D., Oapt Ore S l/vne, H.tntiet Hardgrovc, P j
Enjt!!' rh" *’ T*0<**f’ w“ ®t»E. E. A. 1 Ooptea and II A
■F 0»ee No. Ml, en Mala, hetween Ml, and Mi, .tracts, Riet
—®T* . ... null Am
Rltl.l. AVI nil MDM.I -HA4SR.
fWwLA M Ilm'i i p*'*“r*' ,trnT* "I ® <*■*•. ky (
Ta the My Ways.'a Tale of Life, by I. C. Adams , I If,
^0|1*®" Ac.. tk» Southern States, ro.br sc me a aerie, <
iCl* condensed from Ifm -erlter rutama* of DeB.w's Review $
BVpR^®. Mom the Pmtttse Philosophy of Augusta Cempte
jaz. i^i^wjrrtaL5wr*y
Mersey, Aeripl.ral and MatleUral. by Sirlngfsltcw ; M eta.
WbMe Acre ri Illack Aers, a ease at law, reported by J. f»,, Pm
A reAred barrister of Lir.colneMre, Bog , TS el# '
Leetbs’s Oaastte of P*al,l,.’i for Neremhrr, Aa eta.
^■*1* RANDOI.PR'B Bankstc.ee and IttnArrT
■ >« RIITtlinvtl III till, WC ,rc la
■ a pnrttea ®f a let of pare Baled Oil which ass Rnported A
Rja ess sf Iks PhUod. tpht* Owb. It W pet ss ia Baste, and la a
keBeee. eaaal te ssy a se iwi|> rt*4 Bor sale Is
LA ID LB Y A ROBf NBOmW Chesaieu Ae , N.w Drug Aiors,
______ 4th A Pranbtln its.
' \ -tin foil sail
TY Welfbtmun. IK.atue, ■<» ousces Prensh Pstllllersdo.
OBOBBRA APPERSON
Wlhl.V* I LI IU nil 4 1.4 Ollll I. —Ill VC
ala# PieM, C M’’ n |rr cat Aleobol i„«t re eteed, |r
__ DNI Ann A APPERSON
iWS«b.,E3Kl',*r.. T.V..V"
IKW -a-a
_ NEW BMU. _
i:\TKNMVK BTOd'M OV
BmIw, Stallwery, Mmle, hm>F*rt»,
Blt'H FARCY ARTICLE8,*c.,*c.
JAMES WOODHOl’ME ECO.,
• LATH NAM A WOODHOUSR,)
I SB MAl.Y STKXXT. RH tnfOSK, riXQl.YIA.
■KAYE for Ml* aa clMalee Mock of BOOKS, amhractog School.
11 Medical, Lao, Rehgloua aad Mlarcllanroaa Bucks, Bbtes,
Hymn Hooka Prayer Book, aad beautifully Uiuetraiod Works, la
cartons elegant bladings.
NI PFHIOU PIANO rORTEB.
Proa Urn plalocst aad cheapest good losirumeoU made, la the rich
est and most elegant. Their assortment is as lags at can ho toto at
any establishment of the kind la the I'otoa. They are eactuele*
agents la this city for the reliable aad well known factor ice of A.
Stodart A Co. and J. B. Denham They an warranted aapsrior la
all respect*. Should they peer* otherwise, they stay he returned
and the porchaee money refunded
Martin's Superior III IT A K*.
0altar. Violin and Harp STRING*.
MUSIC for tl»* Piano Porte, Guitar, Ac., Ac.
They ara constantly reoalring the newest and prettiest Matte pah
ttat.cd
The meet npproeed Instrncltoa Books for the Plano- Porto, Onltar,
tlT Masic bound In any style desired.
tmr Order, faithfully nod pro,nolle allen le I lo hr nddreaalng
JAMES WOODHOUSR A 00 ,
od; _ _ Iff Mala street. Richmond. Va.
George ni. went,
EXCHANGE BOOKSTORE, 14th street,
ORcra for sal* the following new Books:
THE Humors of Fnkwnbrtdge. A c.dlect>»n of kattarona and aenry
day scene,. By Jonathan P. Kelley. Illustrated. Paper $1,
cloth $1 fit.
MAJOR JON EX' Courtship and Marring*. New Edition, Illustrated.
El KB.
TIIK Plcaornl Adrrntnrc* of Margaret Cntchpolr, the grant Pmania
Uora* Thief Illustrated. S3 rll.
MARION Barnard, or Laaoons of Ufa. A Sequel to Dick Tariton.—
By J. r. Smith, Kaq S» cto.
THE O'Brien, and the O Ftahrrty, A National Tala. By Lady
Morgan. Annotated ky R. Shelton MacKenale, DO.L t eol*.
EEL
BISTORT of Texas from Its fire! settlement, to 1ft 13, to ha Annex,
Unn to the Halted Statos, In 1S44. By M. Taakum, Keq. la two
eulamaa, with Platon and Maps, and aa extended Appendix.—
PAUL PAUR, or porta of Ufa else untold. By N. Parker Wlttla.—
$!.».
HARPER. Graham aad Oody for Decemtor. Meta
THE Forum By Dnrld Paul Brown, of Philadelphia. I rot, Ed —
TITFOKTAT. A Reply to Dred. By a Lady of New Orleans. $1.
For tale by « BO. M. W EST.
Under Kichauc* Hotel.
N. B —In press,and will be abortly published. LITTLE DOKR1T.
By Chat. Uicklna,author ol the "Bleak House," "Pickwick Papers,'’
Ac. nofg—ft
SOUTHERN LOTTERY!
ON THE HAVANA PLAN.
P R ■ I E R G I' A H A HI TE E D.
$102,000—ONLY 16,000 NUMBERS !
PRIZES PATAUI.K WITHOUT DEDUCTION!
JAOPER COUNTY ACADEMY
LOTTERY!!
BT AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OP GKOROI A.
To be drawn Dec. >3th, 1SS6, at CONCERT IIALL, Macon, Geo., an
der the Sworn Superintendence of Col. Gao. M. Umax and Isa. A.
KtAUT, K>q
Remember, this Lottery hxa only Fifteen Thousand Numbers—lean
than any Lottery In the World! therefore It la the betl for loreot
srnr\n *
IPrtorof. flAJOOto ..$15,000
1 •• 5,000 to .5,000
1 " . 2,1*M) Is.*4,000
4 M . 1,000 are.4J0BO
6 •• 500 are.2.5U)
SO •• . 100 are .S.000
1,500 Prises of ... 44) are .$0,000
AFFaoitiunoK rauia.
20 Approximations of .... $DK> are.2.000
50 do . 50 are. 4 .:*•»>
50 do . 20 are.1,000
1,712 Prise*, amounting to..$102,000
tr Tickets $10; Halve. $5 ; Quarters $2.50. A1
Tl»e i-rlSM of $ SO are determined by the last figure of the
number that draw, the capital prise of $l$jj$$$ Hn capita! total
will, of roane, end with one of tliese figure.—1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, S. 9.
0. Those whole ticket, ending with the Mine figure a. the last in the
capital will be entitled to $40. Halve* and quarter, in proport on
_ i*r Prrsons .coding money by mail need not fear It* being lo*t. I
Order*punctually attended to. Communications confidential. Dank
Notes of sound Bank* taken at par.
(d1 Those wishing particular numbers should order Immediately.
Address, JAM ICS F. WINTER, Manager,
no!9 _ Macon. Ga.
FALL TRADE, 1856~
i 'TIU.INT.il AM B. F. TARDV.
W I LL I NT O II AM A TAR ■> V,
iMmsTRa* WinUmails ntuta* is
FoKLIUN. 1-UMtSTIf, STAPLE AND FANCY DRY 000HS,
*0. IS FEARI. STREET. RICHMOND. YA ,
11,4 are receiving dally, a large and general
mock of ran *nd Mr inter Dry Good*, to which they ask th*
attention of Merchant rlalUng this market They make no claims
to Ihctr compotltor., cither >• Importer,
or buyer*, but baamu th»t -Mr* pouwgu adr.nuyr. equal to any,
and ►.licit cot.ft.leot,ally an «a(^Uon th,,r 8[ock. Mow th/_
enumerate a few of the leading styles. #
BrOWnwidt’h^1“Ched 8h"l,D** *nd “■‘rt.oci In nil the different
Batlnrtu, 3-4 and $-4 Fulled Cloths.
Plaid Lindsey* at all prices.
Large Slock of Blankets.
kngiiah and American Prints, all grades.
Coburg IVLaine*. Alpaccas, Gingham* and Ladies Dress ^»ods.
Cloths and Cassimeres.
Shawls. Cloak* and Mantles ;
With a general Stock of Hosiery, Gloves Spool JCotton, Threads,
Ac., Ac.
Terms, 6 months credit, or fi per cent discount for cash.
auSO WILLINGHAM A TARDT.
I have enraged with Messrs. Willingham A Tardy for the ffcfl
trade and will be |>lea«ed to have my friend* call on me, promising
every effort to give them satisfaction.
The Commission badness of Hunt A Bro., will be attended to as
heretofore by our Senior partner, to which 1 will return bv the 1st
of November next, D. tt. HUNT.
SHIRTS!!!
n IDE to o it l> i: R .
CilllKTSinADF, TG OH Ik 2! It—By Darnkfn’* celebra
ted Pattern,at Wl|. F. OWKNS' K.l.'HIONABLE FCRNIMI
ISO 9TORF FOR OENTLKMFN, opposite American Hotel. Main
Scieet. I ata now prepared to take order* and fern toll SfllKTS at
tomrt notice, made In any style by Dan ski n't celebrated pattern, and
In every Instance w taatVTan to give satisfaction.
14T CALL AMD LEA YE YOVR MEASURES.
A large and varied assortme-it of FCIIN18HIN0 GOOD* of every
description.Just opened for Fall and Winter w*ar.
l47~ READY MADE SHIRTS of every kind and quality, equal \
!• every n spect to tho»e made to order, always ou luud and made
by Dansktn'ff pattern.
W ILLIAM F. OWENS,
0^4_Opposite American Uotrl.
FAIiL TRADE 1850 !
TO lomitv TIEKtlllWTS.
f HI lit SI lfs('4CIICi:iC l»» '• leav.* tonsil your attention to
M. the folio• log frrdi Goode, ju%t r» •■*!*« d from New York and
Philadelphia, selected in person, j****! l*oUflit f**r cash, which he r.fTer*
at a very small advance for ,H* rnoney nr ei»j acceptance*, on short
tune. Amongst hi* a»»*‘ unent will 1m found .
25o hxa Layer a*-1 Bunch Rat 15 bag* Sicily 9-.fl Almonds
sins 5 bales Marseilles do
10 ease* Prunes 3 do Bordeaux do
45 do Giuger 20 bag* Palm Nuts
25 boxes Rock Candy 10 do Tiib- rts
15 cases Pardlnes 10 do Walnuts
5 bbls. Currants 25 boxes Shelled Almonds
25 boxes Citron 25o drums fresh Figs
! 15u0 fresh Cocoaouts
50 boxes Cordia and Muscat Wine
Together with fresh CAN 1)1 Kd, of his own manufacture, A Ifo. 1,
f***dy packed in convenient holes, and warranted better than any
Other Candy made for wholesale in th« Plate.
LOUIS J. BOaSIKr Y,
_4Ac1j 8te«m Candy Manufacturer. No. H»7 Alain at.
FALL CA.nPAlLNf I 850.
FASHIONABLE CLOTHING.
IBKO leave to return my raanj thanks for the liberal patronage
bestowed upon uie of late years, and hope by close attention lo
my patrons wants to merit a cunliuuancw of llie same.
Ily farilitle* are greater than ever before, and I am determine*!
(in all fair competition! to aell my (o«kI* (of the same quality and
Workmanship) a* low as any house in tny line in Virginia.
My stork will be large and ample to Inmire a fit. My styles ara
new, and will consul of all the lat*st and mo ft desirable style* and
I patterns, both of err and dk^igx, In tie market. A rail is respect
f iDy solicited from all in need at I I I V| \ I > NTH F,KT.
Mt Motto: SMALL PRuriTS, LARGE SALES — GOOD ARTI
CLE* AND SATISFACTION TO THE BUYER.
»-*___ WM. IRA SMITH.
K. T. VII.YKTUR A- CO.*
Grocers and Commission Merchants,
ounrua camr amv 18r> wthivtw, mcvumen, va.f
HEG leave to Inform their friend* and customers, that they hare
received thHr Pall Block of GROCERIES, LIQUORS, WINKS,
Ac., Ac., comprising the largest and be*t stork th< y have ever been
able to get in. We Invite city and count rv dealers to examine our
Clock before purchasing, among which will be found:
lOOt) bags Rio. Java and Isiguayra Coffee
bh hhd*. P. R , N. O. and Cuba Hurars
S*s) bids Crushed and Coflee do
1W) bids and trs Coba and N. 0. Molasses
1&A bbls N 0. and Halifax Herrings
tao kegs Nalls
**> b»d* Old Rye and Rectified Whiskey
AO bbls Southampton and Jersey brandy
»• bbls N. K. Rum
® H pipes Hvnneugsy Ilrandy, very fine
1f> N pipes (various brands) Brandy, Pale and Dark, very
fine
SO 1g casks Sherry and Madeira Wine
•H box.* Sperm and Adamantine Candice
400 reams lot!.r. Cap and Wrapping Paper
SOU shies Sole leather
6h boxes Loaf Sugar
Vi tierces London Porter
100 packages Green and Black Teas
160 do Fancy and Plain Oandlee
BO bids Cider Vinegar
|f*f) boxes french Olase
ion dosen M Cords
10n boxes Brown and Pale Soap
1600 |l»*. Cotton Yarns.
AI ^SO—Broom*, Buckets, Cotton and ffemp fines, Grain and
Oroand Black topper, Olng.r, All.pk,, N>.lracga, Madder, Bple*.,
BUrC. ct*», Pow.ljk, n,.,1, By lead. Soda. Salt Petr*, Indigo, *e.,
— ,. *hleh will t„ offer* *1 low for r,«k of lo pnncittal d*-alera.
**‘0 _ _ _It. T. WTNBTOH t CO.
A. .... 1 " ** Hi klkKM.
» * H 1>. -The •*.»,«. riher,, frn.n Hie er.em.rarement rerelred
f.,r nine month, paat, in their effort, to keep a Hr nr try More
on temperance principle,, And that their bti«lne,a will l.arrly pay
their eapenaea. Therefore, they hare roneloit*,! to abandon that
fealura of tlwlr ba.lnce. and prroent to tie- pnhlte a rtnek that will
loette a more eatended aliarc nt patronage
_“«**_PV/.KR k PlUrP, M Main a*re. t.
WASTED AOB.VTfl, MERfHISTS.
A ,|l> OT»ll Its,‘o .elin. lt Pen,. (1.,|.| Ihleer Penrll, and
£ “ Penholders of all kinds, embracing many new patterns Osr
Pen# and Penrll* are not surpassed by any establishment In the
country. Those drallng In. or wishing to engage in the *»le of otir
goods at whole«ate or rrta.1, will find a saving of S*' per cent hy
purchasing 0f u# Trade |l#< ot pru.rt vin t*, forwarded hy a.Mr. o
f 2tlLH , ***• I*f«»adway, New York, Ag. nt Broadway fluid
Psn Manufacturing Co. octf--1a
■•OWVAnt.K WniTIRO itrtKk. Jtttf«wnnh
■ nf- * W • *•»»» for ,al*. a l» aotlfol aaaortmenl of Por
talde Writing link,, made of Papier Marble, R.,,ew*,od Malrnwa
ne and leather Aim, elegant puft p,,||ot of Papier MaeMe, and
Moreero, In great earkty. n&lt
FV 'mi'mIV ' " ''•"Ilf BOOKS AND
, HSU.*^** WOOI.HOVSS * 00, have for
alt, a .pleadId eotloction of Rlhle,, »ngV,«h and American edIMona,
from the ,malto.t pocket edition to the large,i folio pafplt H'hle. -
Prayer Book,, bound o aheep. morocco, ealf.e.ltet, Pap er Marble,
f ?. d ornamental leather w .rk, with and wlihont cl.,,*. a„m, o(
I, Ihe ahoae are entirely new alylee. and are truly heant.fi,!
. My mo Rook, rolled to Ore yarloo, deaomtnatlon, of Ohrlrtlana
SusVa noi.ssse.s ns itiiip,
IP) hhd# Suugsr
M hh|* Mn!*«se«
40 bbl* Syrup-tor ■»** by
# . •w,» 1w immm M0N0TRR A CO.
BVAV^arM^^SThT* H""~»
. ' * _»(INId)P, MOSOtIRR. CO.
a MUM Tim:* « o.,< ii«nr*fi*r wii«r.
r XVM qnwt, and pint*, rorclfed p«T laei If,rye pa* kef in .fore’
• ‘'IT "*« * KM.liRR k Mlid w ’
JUrr Comer Paarl and Cary ,fa.
I%ohv TkH. r nri.r-HV.-w, o*,r u* n), ,
I* foom uiT!1"'’ ,f ’V'7 ,,,,l,n*d Rftlye, and P rk«, . - K.,It„
" of frkHut^ ■anuf.eiorer,, to which .u,r„kn
«r owr rrleada and llw publie. generally.
- "• * RI’f.Rf.ltT » OO.
: “By?...!”
r otaKaTBWUtTWSSate
“ . „ . P T VOORP k CO ,
"tW Impoctcra of Hardware, 14 Pearl rtreet.
10 It NOKEOEK AMU INiHn-s M
MOCTU.- WINTER ARRANGEMENT.-Th* -*iv
Tito MMatotl AltUKTA, Capt Wu C him,
I will mam Km ,4m up... th. line ivt* Poet Walthall) bstween
Richmond and th* ahoeo place*, on MONDAY, Octobar Huth.
I The car*, running ta contraction with th* Augusta, will Isavo th*
Richmond and IM.rsborg Depot terry Monday, Wednesday and
Prklay, at 4m o’clock A M Returning, the Augusta wiltLae* Nor.
folk oa Tuesday*. Tburalayt an« 91 today*, at 4J4 o'clock A. M..
loochlug at all th* landing* on th* rircr.
Para to City Potnl, <1 00
Para to Oeoe* and Intermodule ‘-g"-g- I M
Pan la Norfolk and Portsmouth, I uo
Servants, through, 1 SO
Do on th* rircr, 1 M
Meals extra, 00
Children orer 4 and not orer 11 jranra of aga, half prw
_ «H _Til OS. DOMAMkAD.
CM A M OK or HOIK WINTER Ala mm m
R ANUEM ENT.—The stoamboal Cl' KTld “m» {L.<lkc
Capt. John Dae It, wltl on and aflar Thursday
!»•»* Urn wharf at Rocketts every Saturday, Tuesday and Thuradsy
mornings, at <14 o'clock, A M . for Portsmouth and Ncrfolk, and
return each altoraate d»yt, tSunday's etcepted.) leasing Ncrfolk at
the umi hour, tig o'clock, A. M., touching at all af th* ragnlar
landings oa the Rleer going and rotornlng.
Passage and fare a* aaual.
oslh_ R. a HASKINS.
I MIO> s i KANNHIP IYIMPANY.
fPOR PHILADELPHIA VIA CITT POINT AND N0EP0LX.
ClTKAMER CITT or RICHMOND. Capt. t. Mrrcw- _ -
9 sat. Steamer PENNSYLVANIA. Captain DtrtD
Tatt, Steamer VIRGINIA. Capt. B. Rooms. <£- T
One of tl.rto superior Ptcarucr* will leave Rich IMMHHr
moad, until further notice, every Monday and Thuraday touching
at City Point and Norfolk lo roewlv* freight and pasarogsra. Return
mg, laavo Philadelphia every Wadi)today and Saturday, morning
at 10 oVIock.
These St.liners era now In An* order. Increased accommodations
for Use comfort of passengers having hewn added, as also more room
for might; and we hope, by regularity, dispatch and rare In protect*
Ing goods committed to our charge, to receive an Incraas* of patron.
UT Ho transhipment by this lino.
PARR REDUCED.
Passage through lo New York, and found.*|0 00
Do do Philadelphia, and found, 1st cabin.S 00
Passage to City Point and Norfolk sans as by the river boats
%W Passengers by this line can stop In PhUadrlpel* two or (brag
days, and then proceed lo New York by the same ticket.
maO—tf_H. £ TUTTLE. Agent. Rockett*.
FOE EOT.
till It KENT.—Two large tenement* on Wed sire*
■ between Main and franklin, rneb containing
and good Kitchen, Hydrant water In the yard.
Ac., npply_to_ HILL
TAPK KENT.—'Tw* neat and comfortable Lodging
E7 Rooms oree our Store, No. <4, Main street,
so 15___WOKTUAM A COTTRELL
1,10M M LIT—POSSESSION GIVEN IMMEDIATELY AL
—The house oree my store. To s good tenant. Use ryot KIR
will be low, or It ran be had In rooms for ssugte gentlemen. Ask'd
Noisesw/W. THOM Alt HOW,
Pols __ __111 Main street.
I.VPH KENT*—The house, corner of 11th and Cary
' street*, at present occupied l>y Taliaferro A Brother.— JK
Possession given Immediately. Also.
The tiousr, corner of lllh and Oary streets, at present occupied
hy R. A. Smith as a tobacco factory. Possession given 1st January
nest. Apply to WARWICK A HAKKBDALK.
nod—Im*
K7i4>.n Edit in:nt.—a room n»rr our ilnrr M) .
feet long and VI lr«i wide will be rrnlrd out at a inode*
rate price, for aoj li<rM fancy buslneea, for which U U ad* JfcJL
mtrablj Qalted. Poumloo firm IM September.
W. P. I’KRKlN’SJk CO ,
auVi No. 141 Kafir Square.
JT and coormlrnl DWELLING, on bt street, between Main P
and Carr, containing eight Rooms, and a Kitchen with four Rooms
AI AO.
A large WAREHOUSE on 9th street, near the river, sukal4e ter a
Carpenter's Shop or ter Storage, which will be rented low. Apply to
Jy«^—dtf HILL A RAWLINGS.
1AOK KF.1T.LEm OK hALE.-Thr HOUSE
YP and LOT on Main street, fronting N feet, adjoining the JBI
foundry of the M««*r«. Bar—S, IwM by Mr. Wm. V.
Sims, as a turner's shop. Possession given the 1st of January next.
For tertus apply to JOHN A. ROBINSON.
Corner Cary an 1 Virginia »L*.
Foie iti;> I. r ...x ms. salted ter Law (Mb—
or Lodging Rooms, In the Whig Building. Prompt applicalion
will secure them on favorable terms.
Apply at Whig Office. srfcl—U
TIIF. GHE.IT sol TilKIt N II IT AND TAP
MAYUFACTORY AID DEPOT!
FALL TRADE OF 1850!
JOIIY DOOLEY,
HI MAIN STREET. RICHMOND, VA,
□ HAP now ready for the Fall Tasna. by Wh«4e
*ale and Retail, the most varied and extensive
stock he has ever Imported or manufactured.
In order that the requirements of all his cus
tomers may he most fully met, and to obviate the necessity of Coun
try Merchant* and other* going or sending North for their good*, he
lias laid in »n» nmorlmsHt of every ariiAe in his tins, both horns
and foreign, for Ladles', Gentlemen's, Children's and Servant's
wear, which he could find in the ulfferrnt markets he has visited or
communicated with.
To the getting up of Silk and other Hats in his own Manufactory,
he pays the Hoervt attention, and he W« confident that few other
houses North or South can equal, and none excel him therein
lib Facilities for conducting hi* hnsines* being of the most com
plete kind, all orders will be Ailed with the greatest punctuality and
pnunptnes*. auHO
FALL STOCK
or
HIT*, C.liHi LAIHF.E* AND C II11. I>K I! VS
FAWCY furs, for
1 * .-> « !
w>. ARE now opening a new ano »<.nu4ete assort- —
roent of HATS, CAPS, LADIES’ AND Obit WREN'S
FANCY FURS. comprising the laUal and most fa*.
*»ai F|0 gad Winter tradt, fhlck win
s«dd on the most favoraMe term*, for cash or to punctual customers,
at Wholesale or Retail.
Own. W. Dcmmr, so long known to the trade, is uow engaged
with us, and will be pleased to see l.i* old friends.
BINFORD. DICKINSON A IYFTSIGFR,
New and extensive Hat, Cap, and Fancy ¥ ut Depot,
^au?9 _ __ No. 73 MAIn street.
Alla. ANI>i:UHON A l O.,
aicniNoaa, * »
Have rkmovfh to the nkwrtore. no
Main street, second door below 14th street, where
are prepared to *how the largest assortment of
FANCY AND PLAIN UIIiLO.VS
ever offered in this market.
ALSO,
A good assortment ef BONNETS and MILLINERY GOODS, ef all
kinds._an*
EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OP
HI'LKIOIt PIANO FORTES.
JAMES W< )OI)HOUSE CO.,
m M AVB rweci.tly received large adoniona to the!, i ^
at fl. stock of PIANO FORTES,
and arc in hourly expert at.on of reviving further if T 1 I*
supplies, which, alien t<» hand, will fcrui an «-•. Minenl the like ex
tent can rarely be seen at any establishment North.
Tlietr select ten* aie fr. n *.*vi ral of the best makers in this coun
try, of which tl.y have sold a large number, and such is the satis
faction they have g.v«n,that it l* not unu-ual to receive orders from
person* who have pur«ha'.-I one, two, and In some instance* three
or more Instruments front the subscribers previously, ter themselves,
children or friend*.
gifff" Order* from a distance promptly and faithfaly attended.
fcV/- P.auo Fortes Tuned and repaired.
tJT’ Second-hand Pianos taken in part payment wlien new ones
are purchased._ jylg
lim ilffH lt A OKIftOK.N
COACH DEALEBB AND MANUFACTURERS,
No. 913 Main Street, Richmond, Va,
HAVE in store a large assortment of One fash- ■—w— —
tenable COACHES. CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, rJlf T1 -
SUIKYVS and HARNESS, suitable for country and
city om>, made of the best materials, and put to- ■ W
get her with much care, which we will recommend to our friends and
the public, and *ell on such terms as will secure the mutual Interest
of all who favor u* with their patronage.
From long experience ta our bnslnrss, and by prompt personal at
iruiM.ii, wr iw|* io men* » rununuaiirr oi pail isvors. urucra
promptly filled and ihl{ipH to auy pan of the United dtate*.
fr2— ly
CAMRMGBNt CAKIACFX
Rfl R08IIKR, 8dCfBftia of Jimui Ibwnam mm mm «
• Has on hand, alargr aasortment of Carria
fss and harness. Among which may be found some
fine Coaches witLouUWJ- Seats, 4 and fi seat Rock- w W
awaya, Wide Heat Buggies, and Huggi'S with and without top*, to
which he particularly Invites the attention nf those in want of any
article In the Carriage line, aa thev will be de«poted of on accom
modating term* by application at hJs manufactory, No. 2?S Comer
of Main and 9th streets. Jalt— ly.
TO rill. < AltKI \«.i; i six. PI HI,If:.
YOU It attentif.n la invited to onr stock of RICH- ry
MONI> MADK CARRIAGE, conalating ofrjff^ <W JrL
i\ntrh44, she sen! Carria yes, !{<» JLtHr<iy*.
&ulkie9, &r This Work is made of the best mate- wlr~^ SSL—
rial, by good workmen, and under the immediate supervision of the
proprietors, who are thoroughly acquainted with the boatpeas.
Alao, on hind several second-hand tight Carriage*and Haggle*,
which will be sold low hy AINHI.IK, ItOWRN A POWKI.L,
jolt loth street, betw..
1*1 I It N I TlltV. WAR I;It OOT1« -
l1 KKMOVKD -JOHN A IlKI.I IN has mnr,
vrd hi* F-j'inoir. W a reroom* to that wril known CJSfffKCKO
hulldlDK, "OORNTIflAN HAUL,** (the old atand "VET**
of Messrs. Jol« * A Potts,) Main street, square above the Ranks.
He takes pleasure In saying to his customers generally that he has
established himself la a large factory, which gives bin decided ffirl
l.tlea, and with which he is again prepared to get up the very t* at
styles of Furniture to order. Iu addition to this, he la constantly
manufacturing every article In the Furniture line, and will keep a
choice and well arrange! assortment of such styles and qualities, as
be knows are adanted to the varied wants and tastes of the peo
pi*
Thanking a generoo* community for the liberal patronage hereto
fore bestowed, he respectfully aollcite a continuance, <uld pledge*
himself that nothing shall be want.ng In effort on his part to give full
and entire satisfaction.
JOffN A. ItKI.VlN, also gives hit personal attention to the UN
DERTAKING badness—being at all times well supplied wl*h “Me
tallc Burial Cases/* Moliogany and Poplar Offline, Burial Vestment*
new Ifearse, and all the requisites for Kmerals. Orders left at "Co
rltlilan IJall" w m*»-!>
VI " II XII 111 si oitl. M«.N OF n
XNl TH« OOLD RAOf.K, NO 9d Mate *mrrr -Oil.!, A V7V
WEIDEMEYER, late of Frederick•hwfg, V* , have just re
ceived a new supply nf Gold and flilver WATCH KJ*. Breast-I'm*.
Finger-Rlns, l.adi«*»* Chatrlalns, Oenilemen's Fob Chains, Gold and
Silver Fens and Pencils, Gold and RQver Thimble*, Gold. Fllver and
Hteel Hpertacles, flllvrf Goblets, Cups, Fpooti*. Buffer Knives, Port
Mon nates. Card Cases, Match Boxes, and etery article In the Jew
el j 7 and Hilver line, for tale on reasonable terms, and warranted as
represented.
Also, WATCH RH of all kinds repaired and warranted to perform
well , also, Jewelry of every description repaired at short notice.
nf~1y_
niONTAi, n< > 1 u :
C1 » . JIIM V AUKfllGAI. AND ME- m .
* • CIIASIOAI. DENTIST <lfH— b- tw—n W.
MlH l"th, M.ln Mr—t,-no Mj'i.fe abor. Iho Rankr.H^^MViNS
(oft— hoar. from • to A, 4 lo 4)- will h. b»|*i>y to T 7
.11 ourh .. <1—t— M, proff..w.n.l irrrW., proml.ln, hM hntrnilrb
ton, hy pro Urn-.4 >r.<l them 14 Aoroo.tn (fir. ..Ilal.rllon In Ml on.,
ntfkmi, rtilirr la EiHin,. cirinaln,, R-.ul.tln,. E.traettn. nr In
—rlln, T.rth. mWV—Am
FRKhM HI I’1*1.1 III THI NKN.
WE in? npo»ln. TMIM DAT. July SAth MCS it'lk
.nothrr aaf.J'ly of Iho.. I.4t d 1:M... tJ^JoR, ‘''-A -4
A .I- l^.tb-r Tmidi, mail- l.y 11.- T-ry b—t^^W.^£|k . - p*
m.onlvnrrr 11.41 bar. »«-r km wo. to oat WMaaEi A *
Tli. J ir- n>.A- In lb- rrry 1 w/t Mylo.
»n4 In fb# moi. mbMooflkl m.nnrr. Ann*. nl tb-rn arp ritr. Iiry.
iln, with I..4k-i Honn-t IV*4-4 on lh« IntWI-, wbl-h rmdm ih-m
-••r r ennoonlot.t for lolhw. W- In.It- Ml In wmH nl Trunk. .1,.
■4 . -.H. W- k—p ■ .look <•* lb—m on hand at .11 tiuk-u, io4 will
— II tb-m .4 low .4 wr poatlbJp pan aEorrt.
PUTNEY k WATTA,
*»A N" 1IA Main Mr—t, Rlrbmond, 4lA.
t'AHRMIII'AI CAHIIUIlERlIrniL
AI.EKED KINO. WfyZ
mamma u*4onorr«r«. .maaQraan rn/iw non.»>m,~
MAR on h.n4 n Urr- M4orlnt«n< of b-wt mnlllT, «w4 mul f-«b
bin.bl. Htfl-i, r«Mhn. Co*pM-«, rb.rrtoV—4, R.rna-lt.4,
RoPkawaff, Aiwi- Aral Top Btinrp., and Rnfxr* with an4 wlihowt
Ton.
I b.r. Man at my RppoMlory a larfu .4unrtin-fit of North—n ma4u
fl»rr’«*., m.n«f»-twr-4 hp th. moat .pt.rM.-A m.k-r., r.n.in.
from IhuHfhb it Mph* nf no top B ny, totfw An-a. *.r4.r of -wnr 1*—
Tho— In want nf r%rr\»fmt WIN 4ruf It t-1 tb»lf inf—I to -all an4
.tsmin. my dork, a. I am 4-twrmtna4 to a*tl on Iho noM — aaonn
Mo lorma. _ _•-** _
*11 I I v 4 >n Ilf114HI k.
4 14141 flf Al>, No. I, N.nta-kp Mol—, amt —Trral ft*
>—S SS f An- «tnM« ami rantrhM horopa, jnot lo ban
lor aalr nr o.rhanfo, on nr-otnmn4aUn« torma. Apply lo it n
EDWIN Walker,
MU—SMI ErankHn Atr--t.
S 14 4 14 4 *. sllllt 4 M, SHIM I s. 1
ia moat own a lot of y»ry raptrlor Moalin RMr*r. alao annib—
lot of ih*iao pot.« OMtta*. lo wbwh I wooM noil th- atl-ntlon of
lb - In want HEART AIIAEER.
nnl* fMrrtof aim at»4 I«*h rlro«-4»._
IAUII.V IA.M \ *1 IIN.—I lo **f*'t;l^ ttrtr fall
A Atnok »f T.vl.-E Hr., ofWhraAfh* » 0kieral k-otARmHt.«n
Wlucl. I a.4 rnpoctf.illy InrHo Iho aftonllow of wwr«*nn4ra_
o-W # JOHN THOkfPAON.
j_ MWM, *«.»
TVIPTALL HOUSE.
Buiku. V*
8imm 0M8 rwirai >«.
AN Ortntoaa raw* to mad frca 'toe'iuil Road Pag to. to .
tola llowaa. Naan altooltoe » gal l to ra—aan aka M
a lab i.. bare by nay o( toe rvutee of Irani. JlE.
aal*—fy.
PIjANTERS’ house,
romiKHf f: rREDKNicxuniau, ta.
i. M. Sl’UlVAJ, Proprietor.
WT A Hack will aloaya to to raadlaaai to eoarey gaerte of Iba
HotH to and from toa U^mx oa arrival af can mlaa Nor to aad
■ooto.^aute-<l»l Jam] A, E. RCLUTAE.
■OU.1NVBHMS HOTEL.
NOTICE.—ta taking atuuga af toa akaaa aalakllakmanl. I ■ .
woakl aaoto rraamrifullj aoHcR a oaaUaaaaoa of toa tor- M
atr gatrona of the Motel; aad to my frlrnda, 1 ato of toa to JHH.
oaU aad aaa toa. My tatoa akall aloaya ba age.ad wlto all toa daii
aaetaaof toa aaaaoa. Tkr aarraatt ara all altooUro. Tba aatkra oe
UbUakmaat abalt ha To toa boat altonHan toa* I ato to war ad. My
oik vttl aaa toal toa ladraa oka gatroalaa toa Natal attoll Kara avary
olak granOad. and all 1 aak la a kin ad bartweac. Tbe bauee fc tar
alabed In toa vary boot .tylr, and U I oca lad la a qoiri part af toa
ally. My Omalbu. olU aloaya ba al Iba dtlbraat dapota to attondto
anatoanm, to aniry thorn to aad he.
Jyll)—U JOAKPH U OARMNOTON, Proprietor.
MHlll1 HM MOLIE. WMEELINU. VA.
Da. WAXBOB OAU. Paoraugoa.
THIS magnlflcaol Hotel, .Railed at toa corner of Market aad
Monroe .treela. Wheeling, ton aaanrgaaaail IndaaatoaaU to
toa traveling gnbUa. II la aapgUad otto arary raqntoto lor toa ke
aoaaodttloa af I ad la. and frnUtaeen, rontata. ISO wall ventilated
and aapaetou. room., and It olthln toraa oalaatoa walk af to* BaMt
■ora and Ohio Railroad, toa Cheaapeake and Ohio Railroad and
ttoamhnit landing. The Pool ONca and Oanrt Hooaa ara aa to*
amt aqoara, and Rorr.ee and Ruga oMcca la toa baaaaatal.
Prior only $1 SO per day.
fW Oaanlbnaaa and Porton ara alwaya In allandanaa to aoaray
paaarngrra and hmm to and hart tola Natal.
apl*__WATBOH OAU. Proprietor. (
R. aaaao. k r. cun.
WASHI^T^HOUSE.
H. KNEAD A i’0«« honimM.
OMN1BITSMW run regularly U sod from the Railroad Depot u4
_ Park si Loading connected with this hows._Ip
LYNCHBURG HOUSE,
MAIN MTKEET* LYNC*MBI?H€is VIUCilNIA*
O. FISHER, PROPRIETOR.
%wm Transient Visiters 01 00 per day.
fsJt-duclj _
I % It M I. AN DM I'OK MA F F.
THB ILLINOIS CK.VTRU KAIL ROAD COMPART
IK NOW prepared to sell a' j«t of acres af fanning lands
In tracts ©# «i) acres sod upwards, on lotag credits, and at low
rates of Inter aA.
These lauds were granted by the OovemmeDl, to aid lu the coa
st ruction of U.ls Railroad, and are ainoag the richest aad most fer
tile ta the State. They extend with the Road, from Chicago on the
North East to Cairo at the South, and from thence to Galena and
Dunkilli in the extreme North-Wretrrn part of the State. Most of
these lands lie immediately <*n. and within six miles of the Road, and
none are more than fifteen miles distant from it . hr me. reedy and
cheap facilities are furnished for transporting their products to any
of the Eastern or Southern market*. The great Increase of popula
tion by immigration. Be., and the consequent rapid growth of Hour
Ikhing t)sn« and villages on the line of the Road aad throughout Dm
lahaa a *uhBlantlsl and growing home demand lor eeery
kln l of farm and garden produce.
In the Vortliera and Central parts of the State, prairie Uads pre
dommatr. Interspersed with magnificent grovrs of oak and other Um
ber, lu the Southern, the Umber Is more aoundant, and exceedingly
va'uxblr.
The sod Is a dark, rich mould, from one to five feet In depth, te
gently rolling and peculiarly fitted fi»r graalng cattle and sheep, or
the caltlvxtloa of wheat. Indian corn. He. The air Is pare and bra
cing, the climate more healthy, mild and equable than that of any
other part of the Union ; while living streams and spring* of excel
lent water abound.
Economy lu cultivating and great productiveness are the w«U
known characterItUcs of Itllnoi* Uads. Trees are not required to
be cut down, stump* grubbed, or stone picked off, a* I* gvnerally the
Indian corn, planted oQ the newly bro ken sod, usually rrjuyi the
com of plowing and fencing.
Wheat mivu on the newly turned sod It sure lo yield Very /<irp«
j>r..g/» A man with a plow and two yoke of oxen will break one
and a half to two acres per day. Contracts can be made for break
ing, ready for corn or wheat, at from |f to M per acre. Ily judi
cious management, the lain! may be plowed and feneod the Ant, ami
under a AiyA of cmiiiruiiom the second year.
Corn, grain, cattle, etc., will be forwarder! at reasonable rates to
Ohicago, for the Eastern, and to Cairo for the Southern market.
Bituminous Coal Is extriulvely mined along the road, and supplies
a cheap and d< nirabtv fuel; bring furnished at many points at $1 00
to f 4 «a» per ton. Wood can be had at the same rate per cord. Ex
tensive qaarrk« have been opened In the Southern part of the State,
near the line of this road,—of Building Stone of rxrdlrut quality,—
such as white and blue l.liuc-Mone, and white and red Sand-stone,—
which can be had for little more than the expense of transporta
tion.
71/ i/.xvrwmewf land*, in tAs bind Skit**, knrlng jenmilly
b*+ a trtVufratrn from LA 4 muirlei, etnijnmt* fr»m% t*e K>t*Um
• .m»7 Xkrtiye <'<iN h# act'&mMAr1<tU*t hy thin corn/may iriM
biUty* trill tbmU* in eolith iritA/n fnWre montA*.
When lime lands are restored to market, persons who think of
settling on them, or In Minnesota, should bear In mind that the
laud* of this Company, at the prices for whl~h they are told, are
better investments than those in other States or Trrrltorlej more
remote from market, at Government prlcrs; for the rrasou that the
expense of transporting the products of the latter lo market will al
ways be a heavy drawback on them, and after a few years cultiva
tion they require manuring, which Is Dot the case with Illinois lands.
The same remarks hold good la relation to the lands In the Terri
tories of Kansas and Nebraska, for although vacant lands may be
found nearer the water courses, the distance to market Is far great
er, and every huudrvd aides the products of those lands are carried
either la wagons, or interrupted water communications. Increases
the expenses of transportation, which must b* borne by the settlers.
In the redact'd price of their products aud to that extent precisely
are the uoum.-s from the farms, aud of course on their Investments,
annually and every yrar reduced.
The great fertility of the Unde now offered for tale by this com
pany. and their consequent yield ever those of the Eastern and Mid
dle SU'es, is much more than sufficient to pay the difference In tbr
C.iid of transportation, <M]>eeiaJly in view of the faculties furnished
by tills Rond, and others with which it connects, the operations of
which are uol interrupud by the low water of summer, or the frost
*• winter.
ratca a xd mans of r atmtxv.
The price w.tt vary from f& t«> $*!V, according to location, quality,
etc. C-t.uact- for Dr«.|< niay be made until further notice, stipula
ting the purchase monrjr u* be paid In five annual Installments.—
The first to due in two years from Uh* date of contract, and
the others annoallr thereafter. IV- last payment will become da-*
at the end of the sixth year from the date of .he contra, t, and the
lands ar- no* subject to taxat-oo uu a-*Uv paid for. Interest will
be chare- d at nfaly three per cent per aui.um.
s» ■ *— -k* |wrr,»rn>ance of the contract, the Ar»t tw„
year's Interest tuu-t be paid iu advance, and it must be uudcrst-xaj
that at least one tenth of the land purrhaard shall yearly be brought
under cultivation. Twenty |*er cent, from the credit price will be
deducted for cash. The Company's construction bonds will be re
ceived as cash.
Ready Framed Farm Italklogt, which can be set up In a few days,
can be obtained from responsible person*.
The will be TJ feet by Jo feet divided Into one living and three bed
-t complete set op on ground chossn anywhere
along the Road. in cash, exclusive of transportation. Larger
bu ldlng* nu. v In- contracted for at proportionate rates. The Com
pany will forward all the materials for such buildings over their road
promptly.
It la iwiievrd that the price, long credit, and low rate of Interest,
charged fur tbr St* lands, will enable a man with a few hundred dol
lars In rash and • rdlnary industry, to make himself independent
bi-fore all the purchase money becomes due. In the meantime, the
rapid s-tilemcut of the <«>untry will probably have Increased their
value four or Avc fold. When required an experienced person will
ac< < n.|.»ny applicants, to give Information aud aid In selecting
land*
Ctr-nUrs containing numerous instances of successful (aiming,
signed by respectable aud well known farmers living In the neigh
b.,rho.fi of t!.e Railroad lands, throughout tl.e ftak—also the cost
of fenrtng, price of cattle, expanse of harvesting, thrashing, etc.,
by contract—or any other Information—will be cheerfully given on
application, cither (tcrsonally or by letter, In Engllsli, French, or
Ocrmau, addressed to JOHN WILSON,
Land Commissioner of Illinois Central R. R. Co.,
Office In Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Chicago, Illinois.
ocIT—8in _____
J u ii .1 • a ii a r r. n «
TAILOR AND DRAPER,
EXCHANGE BUILDING,
iftoiwiif rraxrr, aicitnoai', viaoixia.
WOULD respectfully call attention to his new styles of PALL
and WIlfTRE OOOPfl._i*N- fl|
llUIFACTIKER^
SAVINGS HANK.
CHARTLKE1) BY THK LEGISLATURE OF VIRGINIA !
riHiiv osti i i TIM *11 imbi Deposit**, cm «lkk
■ an Interest of 4i* per cent, per annum is paid on all •ums re
maining on drpoiite longer than six months, awl Are percent, when
remaining a shorter period.
Orru k— At the Hardware Store of 0. J. Hixto* A Co . 71 Main st.,
and at the Bailing House of R. il. Midit A Cn , corner of Main
and Wall streets. O. WORTHAM, President.
1). BARER. Jr., Secretary.
C. J. BlNTON, Treasurer.
IIIHIKTOHS:
R » II. Maury, Wm. Taylor,
Joo. If. Oremner, Cornelius Crew,
Ja«. M. Talbott, David Carrie,
Hiram M Fmkth, P. C. Urus,
k. H. Turpin, P. II. Butler,
Cbn* Mlhspaugh, Ho. J. Christian,
John C Buitoii, W. H. Rosa,
Anson Richards, Franklin Stearns.
James Williams,
Richmond, 16th September, 19AC. scIA
IL LTOtfATHEfliTICALSCHOOL.
J If.niNFOKD. (Associate
W. T. BAILEY. A B , f Principals.
Prof. Elff09,of Paris, Prof'saor of Modern Languages.
fllilK undersigned will r.pen a School on Monday Sept. 99th, In the
A. large and commodious rooms oo 7th street formerly known as
tl •- City Bprlog InsUiuta Ti.ry design opt nlng a tehool of tReh Att
est grade, where hoys will be lliorougtily and accurately prepared
v. r*Hy, or for any of our Colleges, or Ailed for
the business of life.
Special attention will he bestowed upon the English Departments
as U is considered to be too mueh neglected.
TERMS.
Payable, s-ml-annnally In advance, session 9)4 months:
English Branches. 9 **»/*)
Latin aod higher Mathematics. AO/M
Greek. In/**
Modern Languages, each... 90/**
Jdi.t 9Mi, l*6d.
Mr W. F Bailey graduated at R. M. College with honor. In June
la«t lie proposes to devote himself to school teaching. I cheerfully
and cooA'Iently recommend him for scholarship and high moral
character, and with fofM SftfllrOff In the NtlOfM of leaching
and motives to enterprise I have no donH lie will meet the expec
tations of all reasonable patrons. WM A SMITH,
Pre*t. of Randolph Macon College.
Mr J. If Mnford Is a graduate of the University of Va., and has
bsen successfully enraged In teaching during the last four yean*,
both In Eastern and Western Virginia. Testimonials from the Pro
fessors of the University and hit patrons ran he seen, If devlred, at
Messrs HinfordA Porter's Cabins! Warsrooms, Franklin Ft
J. II HTNFORD,
_ w. T. BAILEY, A. B.
W\l f nn PI * V l I H.-The Va and T-nnoossu Rail
road Is Anlshed to Fattvllle, and I am now prepared to tarnish
Fait and Plaster to costomees, lo sacks or barrets, open th# shortest
notice and Upon the most reasonable terms My agents along the
line of the road will receive orders for either article. In any onantity
customers may desire. The attention ef farmers Is particularly in
vited to the Virginia article, and I feel assured that a trial of cither
article will result In Its rvrlaslve use. Any orders addressed lo Mr.
0 T. LlffhMd, my agent In Lynchburg, wdl meet with prompt at
tention
%MT All art teles of my brand are warranted pwre.
Til OF L TRENTOW.
or 19—?m Fsltvllle, Washington county, Ta
ISMivAri m iimn ros ihhkii iv
undesigned, desires to rail U*e attention of Pareals and Guar
dians having chiltlren of slow mental or physical dev elopement, ta
the fort, that tie has opened In Harlem, a few miles above tbs City
of New York, m a very healthful aod beatiiifnl location, a PRIVATE
FAMILY FCHOuL. where sorb children can be received and taught
The etpericnnr be hae had for more than stght year*. In connection
with tbs Massachusetts and Peon-ylvanla Plate Instltatlone tat
Mints, has shown Mm that very ranch can la done In bringing UbsAC
shlhirsM to a more normal condition. In many Instances, h* hat
bad them frlitm home, sltber to enter a common sclmol with advan
tage, or engage In the duties of life with soeees#. The earlier tin
training cronmeoces, the better Por cirrwlars, reference. A« , ad
dreaa. JAMM B. RIUIIARtlfL
au9A If Ha 644 Droadway.ar Harisrn, New York.
\ATHT TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN : Whereai
the Richmond and Danville Railroad Company have had flu
| misfortune lo lose their freight bowse In Richmond, as well as i por
I t»on of thefr rolling stock, they are constrain** for the present t«
deliver all down freight on lbs siding of their road on fhe depo
lot In this city, as soon as the train* shall arrive, said freight to ht
Immediately removed by those to whom It may be consigned or Its
h-ng, as the Company w»ll not he responsible for the safe keeping o
the same , and the parties interested, or In any way concerned, wll
therefor* take notice that all down freight, as before stated, will b
at their risk as anon as unloaded from the cart.
0. CAMPBELL.
f *71 At 9N|»ertntendent of Tran«p*rt«tP u.
SI ll\ IMS f I IIIMI Vo V*< ask attention to Xu
Urge stork «»f 0v»r Of*It, Frocks, Monkey Jackets, Pants
flannel, Guernsey and HVf/.ry Flilrts, Rocks/lc for servants. -
Ttie assort m* tot Is Urge ar d prices my loE.
noil_ _ repn. Baldwin r co.
I f a Bf.N UMM Hilt (.1 Ml I Ml V W* hav
u f. raised a *eror*t rjpply of fBift. Mertna, lamb. Wool sod lb
e. lehratsd Fliat# r flarinel RMfri Add Dritfrrs, Croat ahiehwttiuA
any s Ac. Triers made lo |d**W.
noil __ EFEIf. BALDWIN A CO
|.1flll. (Hit HI HN. -1B» boaes on ronsgomeat. for sal
r by IOM1 FIRMER,
noth Bo 16, Itth street.
RAILROADS, Rt.
-g. ■" t rxia i trim Im i 'iufg.\.
MAUL. ROUTE.
VIRGINIA ORKTRAL ANI^ OJU KOR AMD ALEXANDRIA
TRAINS Ihw nw wo, Jtoodsy rswutog* hmM, tor Wash
ington via Uotd.nvvUI. at A AS A. M. sad T.«b>. M, ommcI
!a| at Washington with Um Nosthara MaU Idas. and at liakwaA
wdh ito DansUtoead Um Rlahmoad a ad Petersburg R»ll*oad»—41
Throsgh tlrkrta |iv*a, and tame checked from Rlchmowd to
Washington. Due U>roach, Including alt charges lor omnibus and
boat far#, *a.30 Through UckeU alao over to* Daavllto Raltrood
and Stag* line from Oreenaboro* and Danrilt* to Washington can
to had by applying at Um stags and railroad oRcea at elthor of Um
above named place*.
—IS_JOHN R TTMRKRLAKR, Rnperlauadopt
NIPHNON » ANDPKTKKSIMRU HAILROA D.
HI.MIR ARKAAtiEMEVT.
ON and after thla data, Um tratna an thla Rand trill ran ns fab
tow* : ___
Deprato, through Paaaangor dally, (Sunday'• excep
ted.) a»...”.....:■.. ,7!7...........sm ••*!* a. m.
Mall, through Passenger, daUy, at.>S “ P. M.
Accommodation auj freight, dally, (except Run
day..) at..9X “ A. M.
Norfolk Train Monday*. Wednoadaye and Friday*. B)f * A. If.
tbaiu urn rssaaaacsu roe aicnwoed.
Repress,through Paeaenger dally at.BJtf “ A M.
Accommodation and freight, dally, (except Sun
days.) ah.SJtf •« A. M.
Mall and through paaeengvr, dally, (exc«pt Bun
•aya.) at.• •• P. M.
aecttaeoRn axo cxueaa »iu_
A paaarnger ear trtH bo attached to Um coal train which toner*
Richmond, dally, M'tpi Sundays, at f y A. M.
Paaeengvr* coming from Clover Hill by ihla train mast to at the
Ptta at IIM A. M. and at the Dammit Depot by It M.
The Kxprvs* trains will only Mop at th* half-way Walton to
take up or put down way p»—f nxin.
The Mall train* v IN »tow when there are paaaangar* to tak* op or
pot down at Manchester, Temple*,Rkw’*, Half-Way Station, Clover
fall and Port Walthall Junctions.
Th* accommodation train will atop at all th* regular slopping pia
nos when there are paeaenger* to tak* up or put down.
The Rxpr*** and MaU Trains from Richmond connect with th*
Southern Trains at Petersburg lor Waldon, Raleigh. Wilmington, Ac.
Through Ttefcst* to WtMon can be procured at Um ticket otto* In
Richmond.
The same trains frog* PsteiubTg coanart at Richmond with th*
Northern train* for Washington, Halil more, Ac. Through tickets for
Washington. Baltimore and Philadelphia, can to procured at th* tick
et ,-lflec In Pstoraburg.
Parc for white persons....(1 SB
M Children over B and not over IS year* of eg*. 96
“ Colored person* In servants' car. 68
Oolorcd person* will not to permitted In th* Bret class car* except
When tn attendance on Infant children, or *lrk person*, absolutely
r*s(uirtng their care. In which cas* the same fare aa for white persona
will to charged.
A discount or 10 cents will to allowed oa each fare when tickets
arc purchased at the office, and to persona getting on th* car* where
bo ticket* ace sold.
Servant* travelling by them ml re# must be furnished by their mas
ter* with two pease*. *o that one can be retained at the office; and It
will to expressly slated on th* pass that they arc permitted to go
an the cars
THOMAP 1 OPAMKAD, Superintendent.
Office K A P. R. R. Co.. Oct- IHth. 1SBA_ocSO
Daily line to thc Virginia springs—orntral
Railroad extended to Mllboro'. To Rnckhrldg* Alum, Bath
Alum aod Warm Springs, and to Lexington In one day. To While
Sulphur, Bed and Sweet Springe lu one and a halt days, and to Balt
Sulphur second day In the evening.
The track to now being laid, and by the 1st of July will be open to
Mllboro', M miles from the White fhitphur Ht,rings, from the Heal
ing, 'J8 miles; Hot Springs, SU Uilb-s, Warm Springs, IB inllea; Hath
Alum. Ill miles; and from th* Rockbridge Rprlngs, A mil. *.
at Milboro at 4* I* M; thence by Stages to the Warm Springs, to
supper. Leave next day at 4* A M, passing by the Ifot and Heal*
Ing Sprint:*, ami reach the White Sulpl ur by I* PM; the II cl
Sweet and Old Sweet to dinner, and the Halt Sulphur by night the
sr '«»nd day.
Through tickets by Harman A llrown's Stages—to the White Sul
phur. $11; to the Sweet Springs, $10; to the Balt Sulphur, $18—also,
to all the other Springs and to Lexington.
tW See Ticket Agent In Richmond.
There are many objects of Interest on this line, but the MOUN
TAIN TRACK, passing over the top of tne Blue Ridge, at ItockAah
Gap, will repay a ride of See hundred tni.es. It has been worked
with perfect success for more than two years.
JNO H. T1MBERLAKK, Aupt.
Office Vs. Central Railroad, Richmond.
OUR LINK Of 8TAGKS
Will leave the terminus of the Railroad Immediately after the arri
val of the cars, and reach the Warm Spring* before 9 o'elock.
$Mi !■ the old f imdiar route to the spring*, and Is undoubtedly
Die best Prom Mltbcro* to the White SPlphur there is Irm uUtying
by tight mil** than by any other route, with sill) a greater differ
ence iu favor of the roads.
The public m*j rely on our always haring abundant Stag* <ic
siihcoi crowding, and every effort briog made to
Sense the travelers, by having careful drivers and making good
me. HARMAN A BROWN.
_)e‘2—tS___
RH iniOM) AMI UANVIM.i: IIAILUOAD.
CHANGE UK SCHEDULE.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
ON AND AFTER OOTOBKR the 1st, 1*6$, the MAIL ~ ^
TRAIN wdl leave Richmond dally (Sunday's except
ed» at 9 o'clock, A. M. Arrive at Junction, conne tit
with the Houlhsldc Railroad going to Lynchburg, at I .mIBUs
o'elock, M Arrive In Danville at 5 o'clock, P. M.
Returning, leave Danville at T.HV o'clock, A. M Arrive at Junc
tion mi l‘J oiclock, U. Arrive at Richmond at 8.15 o'clock, P M.
The Trains of the Richmond and Danville Radroad and the South
side Railroad, connect at the Junction, going both ways, at 12
o’clock, M U. CAMPBELL,
_ General Superintendent.
IT I It €41 TV IA A N lk TEIHIHF.NIEE fTT .'fffBfggT
▼ RAILROAD.—AO TICK 7'> PASS KM Af#
UKttS.—OH A NOR OF SCHEDULE —On and after the'Wt »f Ocm
her, the road will be completed to tire Tennessee line, and the Pas
senger Train wdl run as follows ;
W ave Lynchburg at 6 LG K. M. and reach Bristol at $ P. M.
Leave Bristol at C 20 A. M. and reach Lynchburg at ft 1ft P M.
se23-3m K If. GILL, Gen Hup't.
ohamqI of schedule:
o 4 i » ift $: u j j i>.
FARE FROM RICHMOND.
rlio i^mchlmrf $J GO | To Lexington $4 0$
■ To •HUlWllAli « M | T« Mil. M.iUlSt D. I4s«- * mo
Fare from both Richmond and Lynchburg to Charlottesville, $2 Go.
Satisfied, on a fair trial, that tie majority of travel on the Packet
Boats are better accommodated by leaving In the evening, w* return
to the old hours—on and after the 2*Jd Instant, leaving Riclixnond
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at ft P. M , reach New Canton at 9
A. M , and Hcottsville 12 M. of the first, and Lynchburg at ft A. M.,
And Buchanan and l. xington at 6 P. M. of the second day.
Returning, leave Buchanan at 6 A. M., and Lynchburg at 7* P.
'I M lay, fl ;:>• .day and Friday, reach Hcottsville at 1"* A. M ,
New Canlou at 1 * P. M . and arrive In Richmond at ft next A. M.
The Boats connect at New Csnton with the Htagr for the Institute
and tin kIngham C. II., and In Hcottsville with the Stage for Char*
Utte* vllle.
t See Time and Distances, In Card below :
Lea* * Hirhuu'nd Monday, Lear* l.yncAbury JLmJay,
MV tin %itay ami Friday, at Wnlnejnlay and Friday, at
If. 7S /* M
A SHIN » AT TIMS. M1LM AMKIVR AT TIM R Mil Vf
Manaktntoirn 9 r m 17 f>ta|des' Mills, II pm 17
Judts Prrry, 10 PM 92 Bent Creek, 9am 80
M chaos's Ferry, 12 m SI Ty- River, 4 •• H*
Cedar Point, It* A M 88 HardwIcksvUle, ft* •• 48
Jefferson, 2 "89 Warminster, • * ** 4b
P« mberton, 4* •• 47 Howardsville, 8 •• f«4
Columbia, 8* «» 57 Hcottsville, 10* •* 47
New Canton, 9 **64 N«w Canton, 1 * P M Ssi
HcotUvdle, 12* PM 79 Columbia, 8* " 9o
Howardsville, 2* " 91 Pemberton, ft* " luu
Warminster, 4* •* 99 Jefferson, 7* " loT
Hardswlekvillr, ft* •• 1(<8 Cedar Point • •• 114
Tye River, 6* l«a Mlrhaux's Ferry, 9* •• 116
Bent Creek, 8* •* 117 JodeNPerry, II •• 194
fttaples' Mills, 11* P M 129 Manaklntown, * A M 199
Ljuchbnrg, ft am 146 Richmond, ft "144
BOYD, EDMOND A DAVENPORT.
Richmond, October 18,196ft. ocl8
I lll.lt ! HII'UK I Mt*
M > AND HPOftVING BATA ME* I Mil HI RNT«
SAMUEL SUTHEKIiAND,
IMP<i«TKS A»U MAXt'fACTUBBB Of
C1 1'NS, Itll l.f S PIITOl.Ny GI N
W MATERIAIA. 0T..1 the flncr d*script!. .»* of
CL' rLKKY, No 191 M iln street, Kkhatoixl, Virginia,
»«k» the attention of the Houthrrn public to hit larp •
and well selected Plot'll of Goods. lie Imports «fI
rectlf from Europe, and la therefore enabled to supply duns, Pistols,
Fishing Tackle, Walk. .g Canes, 4c , upon as reasonable terms a«
similar goods car. he put chased In the Northern cities. White, at
the same time, he knows, from long rxperirnae in the trade, that his
stock is better adapted to the wants of ilia Southern public than ran
generally he found In the largest Importing houses In the Northern
sod Eastern cities, lie detuns II unnecessary to particularise hta
stock. Hu dice It lo say, that it comprises every article lo the trade,
from Prrcusloos Caps up to the largest Hwlvcl Guns. Il« asks a call
from Houlitern Merchants and others, with the assurance that both
prices and goods shall prove satisfactory. ocT
PHILIP It ,% M .71.
EAGLE FOlMiRY, Richmond, Virginia,
csxv PTBPirr, arrwisp pkami. and rirrxxjrrn,
ANUEACTI KKF MX'OMOIIVK KNOINKF, TEN- _
ivM. dm, Railroad Care, and all descriptions of Rail- TJ/jQ
road Machinery, Stationary Engines of any required pM|sl
power. Also, Portable Engines, with a decided Improve- liefWvrfoiK
roent over any others iterclofbru made, (from ft to 4» horse nowrr,)
on wheels, and well ads pled to fanning purposes, getting lumber,
Ac., with lmj»n*v< l Circular Phrtahle Haw-Mill* attached, of 1st, td
and Ad class. Mining Machinery,Grist and Haw-Mill Machinery,
Eorglugs and Tobacco factory Fixtures of every kind : also* liras*
and Iron Castings made lo order. P. RAIIM.
Rmrat Gunhf, Caroline County, Oct. 27, Iftftd.
Mr. PHILIP RAIIM,
Pack Foundry, Richmond. Va.:
Dxta Fra—It Is witli pleasure that I give my testimony In regard
to the performance af tre If Horse Power Engine and Third rla*s
Mill purchased of yon In Janutry last. I believe It will drive a 4#
Inch Haw, and that Is more than you recommended It to do I have
no donht that the farmers will And In this Engine, a useful Imple.
ment on a hum. end recommend It to all who arc Hi want of gn
giro#. I ran saw from ft to fjDOb feet per day t f
Yours respectfully, HENRY H. OEOROR
_aplft ___
A NEW AND IMPORTANT.
DhUlVF.IIY IS Till; MIESf'K (II HI'.DI
LINK.
ENGRAVING* OP TIIE FKAL* OK THE PATENT OFFICE OF
GREAT IIRITAIV, ETOV.R l»E Pll ARM ACT* I’ll ARM ACT** l»E
PARIH. AND IMPERIAL COLLEGE OE MEDICtNR, VIENNA,
are allixed upon each wrapper, end around each case of
TIC 11'.Ml. Y| A If * MO 1,2, AM II 3.
Thus protecting the public against iwiTAtrugfi,—which are liable to
the severest penalties court* of law can award.
nR. If A. HARROW, Jfemhtr of the.IMPERIAL COLLEGE M
VIENNA, and ROYAL COLLEGE of FUROEON* LONDON
may he PERFONALI.V CONFITI.TED at Ms residence. IftT PRINCi
FTREET, (few blocks west of Rroadway.) Nrtr York, FROM 11 IN
THE MORNING TILL 9 AND FROM 4 TILL F IN THE EVENING,
(Fundays excepted) unless by speclsl appointment.
TRWEMAft. No 1.1a the remedy for RELAXATION, FERRMA
TORRIDEA, and sll the distressing ronsr'|oenrc# arising from c»r
ly abuse, ir,di«crlmtr>ste cxre«*ef, or too ionf residence in hot cli
mates. ft has In rtf u rated and restored to perfect health, thousand,
of the debilitated who are now In the enjoyment nf all Ihe Pune
f Ma -.-I wt.stever may he the CAT^E*. every DIF
QUA LI EIO AVION for M A RIO AGE is ,rn« r - »iir .c.r.rin hy *n,
■fry |
TRIEFEMAR. Re. tl , completely and entirely eradicates aR fra
cm of flonorrt «es, both In Its mild and aggravated forms, Rteeta,
Htrktores, Irritation <>f the Rladder, non-retention of the (tribe,
Pains of the Loins and Kidneys and those disorders where Copal va
cuhrhs have sa long been thonghi an antidote, in the rain ol
the health of a vast portion of the population.
TRIEFEMAR. No III I* the great Continental Remedy for Fy
Ctlis and Hecondary Fymptoms It also constitute* a certain cwrf
r Feurvy, Frrofa a, and all Cutaneous Eruptions, removing and
expelling In It* course all impurities frsm the vital stream, so as a|
together to eradicate the Vir44 of disease, and I* a never fh|Hf>|
Remedy for that ebiag of disorders wMeh unfortunately the R| g
list- plifvlclaa treats with Mrr. ury. t.i the Inevitable dfStrut (Ion oi
the pal tent's constitution, and With all the FsrsAparUfa M Ihe world
car»i*ot remove.
TRIEFEM AR, No. 1, 2, and A, ars prepared la the form uf a lot
enge, devoid of taste or stmfl. and ran be earrled In the sraleteoa)
pr^ket. Hfttd in tin amt 'tirt'lr*! into se/vrrofo doses, a*
HttmlniUcrctl hy Yalpeau, lode man. Rouv. Rleord, 4e . 4e j*rk<
each,’or fonr cases in sn« for ft, which saves |A, and in R2T ca
se*, nherehy there Is a saving of $9.
Heart «t. Asaisotwvvmi having been made with the norUmn Kr
\ orotet. the nine dollar cases of Trteeamar, and t9>« larges ataus, art
forwarded hy Dr Harrow, earring* pnift, immediately on fee. iv
lug a remittance. In a*.y part tf the world. •* enr-ly f.s. Sed and a I
dressed according to the Instructions of the writer, thus seettrlr ( t'
the public genuine European preparations, and rtbrisxlH /wafer
Una (Arm from »purlo*» anm pnmirigm* Imitation* The thre,
dollar rues* sunt as ttuual.bnl Uo4 fees a* carriage
To be had also, from Dr Harrow, the beautifully lEwtented nm4
popular work, “HITMAN FRAILTY, or PH YMOL4>0|OAL RE
FI AKCHEF * It describes >a s clear sod M manner the ran*
And effert* of the 4lt-,»n ahnre enumerated, with InsUmettnus
1 th«4r proper treatment and euru. Pries 9ft cents Rent free to an]
I Address, DR FARROW, IftT Prince FtfeM, (few Mocks west a
Hr*radway,; N* - nod dly
■ .%<»!( < Of 4- II* A Nil 4 Ol IIV. ■»r if« fdvevWwH MM
t M haathu. prewared aseurdlng In the prsurrfodlnw af Dv Das
ting* of London. The very heat ankle In aae. Par twin on If hy
Wad go* > iRNNDTT, HBERH A FTFIIKR, DraggieU.
' •' iarbwam*1 -
R-ggtUw— —krmuuo^i
1kM. ma. Iraa. wtrt aad brqaae*
Coal Uoda aad Otadar ShoTala
Shovala aad Taam la aoua aad la aaka, mom vevy R«#
A J-lwaa aad Sad Ewi
!s? *V-KhIm aad «aa*«-Fa<M. Ua*d aad aaUa*d
M metol aad pwiqlam Praaarelag littla
WaUee*,Magl« aad la aatta, ao*M eery haadaama
Uettow Vara, a gaaaral-1~*-•
^toasfr] *“***" *“ ^“AMallaki aad laaSrr Tray* aad
l*vv(kydla IMiaa aad fata of g| pt.om, at lil|wi' aad
Rodgor*' Ivory haadlo Kalroa, without hrtl
Doobo alalod UM< aad doaooH fart.
aad athrr maM of kaak, homo aad badkU haadlo
tnlrw m4 Forks
***" “A P*Q AalfM, of RoAgwV, Wootouhoim', aad oMmt
•» makaa
ScUoora aad Mara, of Mgat1 aad Wootawhoim'l Bat*
Raaon, of Woolaehoim'o aad W.IL Bote bar* —■
Pruning aad hodgo shwur*
Bonch aad moulding Plaooo, Bold win** aaka
Haaa, ponol, rip, mount, pit aad nat cal Ban
Braert aad Biuo, oockct aad Iran OMaalo aad Otata
Plano Irons, of all tiaM and of tha haat quality
MHagtlsg, lathing and hooch HnlchM*
Nall, brad and carpal Hummer*
Polo au^broad data,light and heavy, at Blmmou* make, war
Homo carpenter’* and railroad Ada*
Rquor**, Berito aad gpoko-Bhavaa
Two and ft>ur-fold Bole* aad Tapo Mraauroa
Stock, aad INaa aad Servo Plate*
Wright*'* •olld-boi Vico* and Madge and hand Haiamaru
Mall* and Splkco, of all vt*e*
Aogrr* and aagrr and gtatlat BUI*, all Mat*
Virginia patent P. Lock*
Pad, Mock, tin, cheat, cupboard, mortice, rim and cloavt Lock!
Sound, aquaro and Sal BolU. wrought and cast, of all aim
Curtain Pint and Curtain Band*
Hank and wovo Wire
Matou't challenge Hacking
Mineral, porcelain and uiakegaay g nob*, for fit roll are
Ante’ and Rowland •* Spadaa and Shovel*, long aad Mmrt hole
Manor* and hay Porta
Ci'wcll'i hilling lloe* and grubbing Boa*
Troac, bailor, hreait, log. ox and wall chain*
BnU llIngr*, of every ala* and kind
Hate, hook and eve, atrop and T Binge*
lean Hooka and Staple*, and linrp* and Staple*
Pi he and Raana, at all
Together with ulmoM every article anally kepi In my lino of batl
»•** i. W. RaTCLIPPR,
Corner of 8th and llroad aUerU,
*clO_Oppoalta 1P.IP.R R. Prpoi.
. HARDWARE.
FALL IMl’OKT ATION, 186 6.
P. T. MOORE Ac CO.,
IMPOST It HP AND WIlOLRSALg DRALRRS IN
FOREIUX AND DOMESTIC HARDWARE,
No. >4 Pearl Nt., opposite H. W. Fry'*, Richmond, Vs.,
HAFB rfCrlfrd direct from the manufacturers In Ragland s full
sad complete UMrtmvBl of Birmingham a&4 8hHB«-W Hasp
wars, id4 from (hr MnulMturm In this country, r foil supply of
American Goods. Their slock Is now large and complete, consist
ing In port of—
" Rodgers’•' and Wostenholm's lot Fen nod Pocket Knives,
P<*kri Knifes of 1, 2. n, 4 and 4 blades.
Ruck, feme, ebony, cocoa and Ivory handle Knlrus and Forks,
Irorj handle Knives and Forks, In sets 51 and 5S pieces,
Rasort of Wade A Botcher’s,Rodger's, Wostenholm's and Grskve'a
manufacture, of every style and quality.
Scissors and Shears of various makes and styles.
Single and doable barrel guns, some very superior,
Pistols, Rifles, Rifle Barrels and Mountings,
Trace, halter, Inf, well, fifth and tongue chains.
Weeding ami hitting lloes, all slaes.
Axes of Collins', Simmons', and Virginia make,
Hand and panel saws. Hammers and Hatchets,
Mill, pit, cross cat and circular saws.
Spades and shovels of Ames' Rowland and other makes.
Anvils, Vices, an*l Smiths' Bellows,
Wedge and band Hammers, Stocks and IHes, and Screw Plates,
Blister, shear and cast Steel, square and octagon,
Wire Mvh and H.ltm.
Iforsc Cellars, Blind Bridles and I lames,
Hridh Filling*, Worsted Reins and Girths,
Locks, Ihuges and **cr«ws, of every description.
Plane*, ChlsvD, Augurs and Piles, of all kinds, , |
Platform and Couuter Fcales, patent balance* and St.elyards,
Kugliah, American, and G. D. Percussion Caps,
Hay and Manure Porks, 9, 9 and 4 prong,
Tea Trays and Walters t and all other goods usually found In
Hardware Stares.
As our go<«lt have been purchased on the most far. raid, terms,
and selected exclusively for ttie Virginia, North Carolina and Ten
nessee trade. s« feel confident we can offer strong Inducements to
merchants vlsltlug this city, and respectfully Invite them to an exa
mination of our stock, at w» are determined to sell as low as any
bouse In this or any of the Northern cities.
P. 8.—Orders promptly and carefully attended to. auTS
FALL TRADE, 1856.
smile, IIHODKN A CO.,
(LATE SMITH S ROBERTS,)
IMPORTRRS AND DKALKR8 IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC HARDWARE, CUTLERY
GUNS, SADDLERY, Ac.,
Xo. 22 Pearl Street JCtchiunnd^ la,
HAVE now on hand, and tor sale, a large and elegant stack of
Hardware, especially adapt* d to the trade of Virginia, North
Carolina and Teuuesare, and we would rcsocctfuily solicit from Mer
chant* and 8addVrs, visiting the Market, a call and air examination
of the same. Our stock is full. Comprising Iu pari as follows vis ;
Budding materials of every «'ascription, a large variety.
Tool* for Carpenter*, Mason,, Baddlers, Tanners.
Millwrights, Coopers, hmilhs. Ac., Ac.
Axles, Vises, Chains, Anvils, Bellows, Axes, Ac.
lfog Pklns, Bridles, Bitta,Stirrups, Wvhblt.g. Ac.
Paddles, Wi*ip 8k n«. Patent and Enamelled Lcathrr, Ac , Ac.
Shoe Last#, Peg#, Crimp Boards, Boot Press, Ac., Ac.
Culler V, P«n bet su4 Tsble, a splendid variety,
Gun#, Double and 8<ngle Barrel, Pistols, It* v. lrcrs,
K fl«-s, Qairn- Bags. Pouches. Belts, Caps, Ac , Ac.
Whip* of all de>cri| lions In great variety.
Fancy Goods, as Port Monuaks, Purses. Violin Strings,
Pm*. Needles, Fork#, spades, fbovels, Hammers.
Anchor Bolting Cloth, Ac., Ac., Ac.
sr19
FALL IMPORTATION, 1850.
TV. **. A U. DO WAV,
NO. 1», PKAM. KTHKET. RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
Iniportt r* and Whole Bale Dealer* tn Fine and Heavy1
i«tnmvAiir., tiiTirpv tvi» lish,
Have received by ship# “Great Western" and “Harvest Queen,**
. and snarwers “ Atlantic** and “ Africa," from England, their
Fall importations of Birmingham and 8h* fheld Hardware, Cutlery
and Guns, and are now prepared to exhibit to merchants and oth
ers visiting our market the present season,* very large and cotuplels
stark of both Foreign and American manufacture, and suited ta the
trade of our own and *«Qoinlng Btates.
Of goods adapt* .1 particularly for the season,our stock Is very full
and ciauplctr, as
Pen, Pocket and Table Knives, Axes, 8aw*, Hammers, Ac.,
Rasors, Scissor* and 8hcars, Bingle and Double Barrel Guns
Locks of ail kinds. and Rifles,
Flies of every description. Trace, Log. Coll A other chains,
Hollow Ware, Ovmt, Pots, Ac., Hteei of diffenrnl kinds.
Shovel* and Spades, Ourry Combs, Fry.Pans, Ac.,
Coal llods, Fenders and t'ludcr
Sifters,
Together with all other articles usually found to our line, among
which we are particular to keep constantly a complete assortment
of best 4|OMllly Carin uUrh' nn*l BlackemUh 7hott, and RntUlina
Hunt teare.
We re •pert fully solicit a continuance of the patronage liberally
bestowed upon us for a number of years past.
*n9fi W. 8. A O. DONNAN.
N. H.— Particular and prompt attention paid to orders entrusted
ta as.
FALL I.HP0HTATI09 OF'
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, G V S S , kc.
JOHNSTON A BRANSFORD,
IlfFOXTKftlt xxn WHOl.KSiLX *SI> RETAIL DIALKfcS II
FOREIGN AND iHiMEBTIC IIAKDWAHK, CITTLRAY. GUNS, Ac.,
JVo. 198 Main Street. Sign of the (Y*+* Cut Sure.
RICHMOND. VA
WK sre now In receipt, per steamers Baltic and
Persia and psrkrt tlii|»* New Orleans ail'd
Planter, of our Fall Importation of MhefBebl and llir
niingham Hardware, Oitlery, Guns, Ac., and having HHHH
superior facilities In our new stare of exhibiting our stack, are now
prepared to serve our friends and all who may give us a call. We
respectfully solicit an examination of our stock by merchants visit
ing this market. We would call particular attention to oar stock of
Table and pocket Cutlery
Housekeeping and house furnMifng articles
Carpenters', blacksmiths' and machinists'Tools
Farming Implements, Bpades, (Swivels, lloes, Aves, kc.
Manilla and tared Rope, wrought and cut Nalls
Orlffln'syenulne horse shoe Nad*
Burden's and Virginia horse and m»tfe Rhoe*
Double aad single barrel Ouns and all other sporting Asturea
Ul.,ck Tin and RrtltanU Ware, kc , Ac.,
Together with all other gfHctti In our lir.e
JOlINflTON k RRANflfORD,
ocl No. IN Main street.
CLARKSON^ ANDERSOnT
MO. loe Ifl AIM ST., KltKilOMh VI.,
IMPORTKRfl OK
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, GUMS AMD AMCIIOR BOLTfMG
CLOTH,
ARK In receipt, direct from the manufacturers In
Kngland. Germany and this country, their
Fall supply, embracing every article usually kept by
the Hardware Trade. Importing direct, and pur- HHHHB
chasing for cash, enable* them to sell a« cheap as any bouse In this
or any Northern city, and they rc*f»eetfully Invite the merchants of
Virginia. North Carolina and Tenncsaee, visiting this market, to •»*
amin* their stock before purehaetne Having lu addition lb* rooms
recently occupied by Word, Wslaigvr A Co., they have cor
respondingly er.larg.d their stock, and have Increased facilities for
eshibdiog the same They ar* also solo agents In Richmond for
falrbank a Scales, which they aell at manufactorer’s prices. sel
I \ lv I* STOCK*
BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS, Ac.
di JOHN n PAOR.Ja .respectfully announces iijja i wi
hU frknda and the public generally that UgJ 1 IT)
In* I* now receiving, and will continue to re- ApiAA V V\
reive by every arrival from the North, his fall and K&IXiJ
Winter stork of
HOOTH, NffOr.ft, TMVMKf, A(.,
consisting of the usual variety of stapl* goods, together with every
tMng new In Ida lias of hottmss. His stock has Just been selected
l,y himaidf with great rare, of the most celebrated manufacturers,
ami bought for the most part with cash, and be flatters himself will
cuupare favorably as In style, quality and price with any In this city
His *Vick of manufacturing malarial 1* second to none, consisting
as It does of tho vgry beet brands of french and German Calf
flktns, Neat and Morocco Fklns. for gentlemen's weor, and the best
imported stock of every foetrlptluti for ladies' Gaiters and Stums
lie respectfully Invites a call from bis friends and the public,
sett JOHN 0. PAGR, Ja*, IS Main street.
ifict jvf.viKr a itoYfrrKM*
GENERAL COMMISSION
TI i; It <11 \ I T N ,
03 WATER STREET, NEW VORI.
WE will mat* llharal rkm adrai.<-*• on **n*1fnm*nta »,
EMH'll. WHEAT and olh«r prndnro to tho abov* ad.lirm
A L ROTSTER. RRO A CO.
Richmond, July l»th, HRd. Jy,4—ly
n. • aaiMonan. a. rnnar ran. rainu, a arm***.
HHIRUFORn * C’O.,
GENERAL COM MIR RIO N A NO F0RWARDIK0
MERCHANTS,
ON THE DOOR,
Ml Rlf’HmTD, VA.
WE have is vronr swn to arrive
a lary* .tn*k of
t.ittH imira and v.iqrona,
ronatalny In part a* folio*,:
M KM« N. O. ami C*ba Iwar
lb bbda Rarofi Mtdaa. IHwaMora and Hama
lib bay* Rto. Daynayra and Jara Cndka
M Mil. Oroabod. Eo*d*r*d and On#** T*Ho* Eoyar
M bo»*i Adamanttn* and TatVi* Oandta*
V. KM. No » Marker*!
bon p«am« Wrayptn, Pay*r
Idn 4oa*n Ealntod Fall.
ItW d..a*n broom*
* ya*ka**a (kwa and Nlark T*a
HR bnr** T .nareo, ration brand*
Otfarr, do do
ftVi KM. Common and (Nd Ry* Wblaky
10 bbl*. Irrr'» fammardaan do
M nnt. Rr.ndf
do >< ply** do
VI X and k ytpo* Ertnrh Rrandy
AIAO Eryp-r. A»*plo, Notmry*. ntnfrr. Modard, Cbonylal*,
March, Roda, Emadiof an, To* I lor*. Rod Oorda. Oottan Twin*
Tumor, aad oM*r aettrj** l*o »*nn** I* m*ntlon, aW >4 »tock*a
■•tfrr for i.l* low to niM or prompt errdll cuatomar*.
M* tl_, RATOMEEIC A Dtlt'OT.AVR.
SlinVERHEtN WHI4NV. n«HE MV WNf.
E ERR — Tb# *ub*»ilb*i» Karin, broom* aynla for dm *b*T«
D d Ryr Wbtaby, *r* yroyarad to anppty tb* trad* or aoaanmari, an
rmannaM* form. TMa Whiakr rnrtrol tb* yrrmtam at tb* M«
fli—mi’ Ealr to IMR. * anyyfy al*ay* on band. A Aa l'
-n~U E T. WINRTON A tf,
Ooroar Oary aad IVtb at Ada.
, MPtCAL.
■< IKPMITA^ ^h^SLATHMIl
chapter It.
la lUi ehaptae va vV ehow hav kttvtpi laAPi buvaal
Raaee-neu eased a imriBIt ttital a> Chnit» Bfintmg
B'ta.lh l Mm PhpaMaaa la M natty. Va., kad 11M that
•fcUlla »ala. Alan thaw aaaalqr Doctor* can that met lasts by
nalng Radway'a Remedies. Ut nan aaa vbo la aMtctadvRh dto
aaaa nad Mila adeeerteamest. la* aM vba daatra a paad Purgstte*
and OathMtlc M edicts* try oaadoaa el gadvap*# ■agalalara1. Ut
Ibaaa oa eared with PI ae ales Blotobm, Bores and a bam Maad la Bllad
vllb bad bam are raad 11m aaaaa va ban pabltah. Reave* h lain
Sana, limn bnuiw gaaai igat. aad luvteV Kaaau
•vataaaa tha oaly Maillii rmaalrad to atap Bta aaaat tori art ag
pataa, ean tba meal torrihto aad mghtfbl dtanaaa, aad to kaap lha
aaaaa ajretomla a ngalar and healthy ceadHI**^ B^rin| UbmjMU.
a AD WAY’a A AO OLA TOMS’.
TO RBOUIATB TUB SYBTRM.
Oaa Bapultitarpac rf.iy talk Sara Ua Mala Maa ■malar.
bkTbm points or superiority.
la. Thap anibaaaMpleaaaa* Madtoto* la tabs Is lha tana *f a
TUI. la aaa.
M. They an tha aaaat talk Madtctnato taka, to tha tana ala Pin.
tar lhay 4a aaa Uan tba havalh aoauaa, am Aaplato ar vaat a lha
.
Bd. They prodac* the aad delightful * Bee la, apoa tbo By it am. ol
any Med trine la the form al a Pul. All vholaba lham haea a nga
lar dlmharga ol tha be vaia at a lag alar parted al Urns
4th. They remove all bad foaling* from lha mlad aad corrupt ha- ,
Man horn tho body. Ivory oaa vba tahce them ntotoca at lb* hap
py thcb lhay prodace apoa tha hawala, Hoar, Bata, Rldaays
"•rets ho.
tab. They paedoaa Um tamo happy ate am apoa lha LI ear, aa thap
da apaa lha bovala ; apon tha gklu aa lhay da apoa tha Pancraa* ,
apoa lb* Ka. ret, aa they da apaa tha Ktoaara; upon tha Abaark.
aala, ae lhay do apoa the Loetoale ; upon the Lymphatic*, a* limy da
upao dm MModular Byatam i—eta. Ungulate aaaB Olgas aad by atom
to a healthy aad harmoutoaa action.
tab. They an mUd In their operation, plaaaant to taka. "They
aaear torn ana*! iloma.h,” aa aa oM lady once roaearkad to aa, aor
dotoaygripa, ar la any via* nadar them m lorn IUmwiiMi la Ihalr
Tib. They an entirely Vage labia, praaand from the Active Prla
elpl* only, of Aromatic Oman, Plant*, Rasta, Balaam*, ho. They
an* hlahly con can iralaij. buUituc lacrl la In ftWtr rnMiiftaiinn iIibm
at* itlld jat acUva. On* lifLli* la mor% |wv«H la tipaUI^
from the dyatam dlmaard and acrlmonloaa humors titan all of tha
atott apppoeed pltU In aaa, aad yet there an no etalent porglage
so artptng pal as aa alakaam at atamoah, m other aaptoaaaaa ma
mltoaa cnoptng near yaa from their am. lha tael Is Utah healthy
properties, tnatoad af merely Irritating lha bovala, agreed through
•ut lha vbolr entire lyelem. regulating eeery organ, aad In toeing
health to every Uaaue. Droetlo Puts Balls has*. he., act lent/ aa
dralue, aad merely Irritoto lha bovala to a Inmanam. Bo, reader,
Cu am, and If you taka a few doaea ol Begnlalare. will feel, lo your
r, the gnat dWerecce between Radvay'a Regulators that net np
on tba whole eyeteon, and common pllla and other drar trie parpatlem
that eaam, by Ihalr Irritating properties n dim renting dlacharga of
tha bowel*.
ONB TO TUBKK RkflULATE—FOUR TO BIX PC ROB
HOW RADWAT*8 RROlXATORft AND BBADT RBIJKP, CUBED
TIIB BON OP JAMM TOMLINSON. OP PATTONPVILLB, SCOTT
OO., VA., OP C If RUNIC RHEUMATISM APTXR P1PTBBN PIIYSl
01 ANA P tILBD TO RELIRVK HIM. READ THE LETTER ;
JanuAry Ha., ISM.
Mamma Eaowat A 0u.,
I hare bean agent attbta place, PaltonrvlUe, Scotl Co . Va., tar
all lb* beat l*tlU In nee, for nln* yaara, and la right gaud rallh year
Regulator, glee* batter aatlafaction In them maanlatau ol Bcntt, Va.,
than all tba PlUa I bare told. Keerybody down here call your Regu
lator* “Tba flood Pllla." James ToucUnaon baa a ton Uial bad been
dlaraaed with the Chronic KheumaUam.
Ptltoen different pti/eiclaaa baa triad la car* him, bat could not
da It, an he triad at a Teuton, Kaduay'a Regulator, every night, aad
in two wteke he waa completely cured. I hare cured a great many
People will, your Ready Relief, Regulator* and Rcooleent, that oar
beat doctor* dowu hen could net loach —and 1 believe that when
the doctor* down ban do make acura, they do it by lb* ime at your
lumllrlnta Yuan truly,
DAVID 0. GIBBON.
NEURALGIA CURED.
JiCUoi, Miss., Feb. 10, IBM
Messrs Radway A Co.: A lew day* sines 1 bought on* dollar**
worth of Railway's Ready Relief. 1 useu It for Neuralgia, and, te
my astonishment, it gave me almost instant relief
JAMES T. LOITER.
/WstaherttfA.lflftft I DecmiBia 81st, ISM
CRIPPLED WITH 1NE1RM1- FREE FROM PAIN AND
TIER. 1 WALKED WITH EARN
j arras osanixisa.
A Sever* FtU—Mur u to (A* Knee Pun— BOcmriating Paine.—
TXmely Arrival— Sucoeonful Atfkxuy of Rtuhray'* Ready Relief
Daasose. VAasaur C«» , Taaa., DccetnUr 81st. 1H3S.
I. JEPTIIA HARDIN IKK of the above place, do publish, that for
many years I have been afflicted with Rheumatism, and on the even
ing of Dec* mt*er *Hh, lt£6, while walking In my yard, 1 fell with
great violence on the Ice, bruising the knee pan very badly. I fur-x
tiur certify that on the above day, Mr. John J. Benedict, a traveling
agent of Had way A Co., arrived at this plars, and hearing of my
heavy fall and the terrible complaint that afflicted me, recommen
ded me lo apply Radway's Ready Relief, which 1 did, and in a very
short time Uie pain ceased, the swelling abated, and 1 am now able
lo walk without the use of tay cane, free from pain. 1 have tr*^d
several other remedies but found no relief. In cases of extreme pstn
Radway's Ready Relief Is far preferable lo all other Remedies ; If
any one doubts the truth of this certificate, let them call on me at
my residence, or write to me at Dresden, Tctin., and I will giro
U»em full Information.
JEPTIIA CARBINIER.
For years Mr. Oardlnler had suffered ths torturing pains of Rheu
matism, he was unable to walk without the help of a stick. Do ths
89th of Deeeml*er he first tried the R R. Relief—on the 81*1 he could
walk without any aid and frse frsm pain. Lrt all who are crippled
or bed-ridden, think of this.
FEVER AND AGUE.
Radway's Ready Relief and Radway Regulators, are Positive Cur
ativrs for Ague and Fever. Let those afflicted take from V to 8 of
Radway's Regulators every rigid, and a Uaspoouful of Ready Re
lief, in water, on rising In the morning, and twice during the day—
Dies* will soon free your system from the poison of Ague.
Boring U a transition season of the body—as well as of the year,
and the economy of ths system demands that the awrfeltof the win
ter be carried off. to enable U to withstand the depressing effects ol
summer. Radway's Regulators arc as necessary to keep up th*
health of the body of man, as an oocaatonable nibble of fresh grass
Is to the ox or tie horse.
Much pain and misery, sickness and long suffering would be pre
vented if, on the flr»t indication of the system being out of order, a
dose of Radway's KtguUtors were swallowed. Every dose that Is
uken will Infuse new life and freel* strength to the weak and nervous
body.
BPRING DIBEAFEB.
If those who are sohlecl to or afflicted with Fever and Ague, Head
Aches, Rk In Dlarasrr, Breakings Out, Pimp!**, Notches, Pustules,
Tetters, Rash, Boils, Humors, will use our 1ft. R. Remedies, we wtU
guarantee them protection against the visitation of these maladies, or *
if afflicted, a speedy and effectual cure.
RADWAY'B RENOVATING RESOLVENT
Is a positive cure for ilumors, and all eruptive Bklo Diseases.
THE KIK8T SIGN.
The presence of Plin|4es, Blotches, Pustules, Tetters, Rash, Little
Bores, Painful Itching*, Hot Flushes, Ac., are sure Indication* of Die
presence of foreign and impure humors in the system, and if al
lowed to mingle with the blood and remain In the sysUm, corrupt
ing Die Ikxd and filling the sewers of the body with tuij urillrs, Bor*-*
and Ulcers will break out, and cover the body with their repulsive
presence
The rtkln, under these poisonous Influences, becomes an crupUrn
Volcano, exhibiting to Ue eye the disgusting lava of disease. In ths
form of Halt Uiieuiu, Cancers, Ulcers, Fever Bores, Putrid Plesh,
Ring's Evil, and the most Frightful Eruption* of the
Radway's Renovating Resolvent has cured the most tcrrlhls nf
Skin Diseases and Humors ; it will usver full In the Worst cases.
I'AlNH AND ACHES.
RADWAY'B READY RELIEF.
Has done mors to relieve ths afflicted of Palos and Aches, and ths
tortures Indicted upon the human race by disease, than all other re
medies, or the skill of »he mast eminent physicians and surgeons In
l>ie world. The luoiueul Radway's Ready Relief is applied lo thw
parts where pain or uneasiness Is seated, its soothing effect Is felt,—
tin sharp, keen darting paroxysms »i Neuralgia, tie severe ami tor
turing pains of Rheumatism, the torments of Gout, Lumbago,
Hprains, Strains and aches of * very kind, will quickly give way on
Die application of Radway's Ready Hi lief. The most terrible of
acute liitl.tin.it> ry diseases have been cured by a few applications of
Uiis Ready Rrlhf. The Lame and Stiff-Jointed, the rrtpfded and de
formed, are soon restored to perfect ItsalUi by Its use.
PA LSY-H ftBV tATWSI.
Bear the R. R. R. Rents*He* raised Mr*. Sarah A. Bough fro** a
Crippled and Hel/Ueee Condition, to Sound Health, after the
*lill o/foer ef th* moot learned Physician* In Note York had
failed to relieve her, l>r*. Parker, Reese, Wardle and IftiWr
Utn. n
READ HER LETTER.
Jabdaby 8, 18M.
Msuu Radway A Co.—I tried Your Ready Relief, and had my
joints rubbed with It, and I never felt pain afWr th- first ten minutes
I was rubbed with it up to lit* present lime. 8lrs, I do not know
what to compare It to but a charm, for It Is a mystery toiue. I wag
a cairvLu rua rwo tbs as, and had not the proper use of m- limb*
for three years. 1 was worn down toaskslrtoo. I then commroced
the use of your Heady Relief, Resolvent, aui Regulators. The pels
left me In ten minutes, and I began to gain strength very fast, and
could wslk with ease In a few weeks. Before I heard of your Itome
.ll_ I l.k.n L, Hr pftrk-r I>r Hr Wo.llr l)r UkrUto.
Hid many oilier physician* in this city, 1 cannot uow remember. 1
«4i corepleUly polled to pieces by them. My constitution su
broken up with medicine, that did mo no food. 1 could not pot a
foot to the ground, nor pick up a pin. I was lifted and carried ap
and d*wn stairs Ilk# an Intent; and now. thank God I by the use of
your Remedies, 1 am as strong as ever. I had the common rheum a
llsm—Inflammatory and chronic—and the palsy. You can paMteh
this. If you Ilk-. BARA If A. HOUGH,
M4 86th street, between the 7th and Wk avenue, N. Y.
BOWKT. COMPLAINTS.
Fifteen to twenty drop# of R. R. Relief, In a little water, taken say
•very IMok minutes, will quickly stop ths most distrsoslog dis
charges of Dysentery and Diarrhcua. It will In a few minutes stop
the pain.
R. R. R Remedies are sold by all ths Druggists in ths Busts, and
by Purcell, Ladd A Oo., Richmond ; also, by Adis A Gray, Rich
mond. RAD* AY A OO.,
jail—dswlv—mh99 ^ _118 Fulton street. New York.
KOOK AGEStY.
THK Subscribers have established a Book Agency In FhHadelphlaf
and will ternlsh sny book or publication at ths retail price
free of postage. Any persons, by forwarding the subscription price
of sny of the |fl Magasinrs, such as Harper's, Oodev'e, Putnam's,
Graham's. Frank Leslie's Fashions, Ac., will receive the magaalnes
for one year, and a copy of a splendid lithograph portrait of either
Washington, Jackson or Clay j or, If subscribing to s 88 nnd s $1
Msgaslne, they will receive a copy of either of the three portraits.
If subscribing to s 86 worth of MagasJnee, all three portraits wUI be
sent gratis. Music furnished to those who may wish It.
Envelopes of every description and else, in large or small quaxBl
ties, furnished Beal Prrssee, Dies, Ac., sent lo order.
Every description of Engraving on wood •ftosbd with neat ness
sod dispatch Views of buildings, Newspaper Headings, Views of
Machinery, Book Illustrations, Lodge Certificate#, Busin-*# Csrd#,Ac.
All orders sent by mall promptly attended to. Persons wishing views
Of tbetr balldings can scad a Daguerreotype or sketch of the bulldlag
by mall or esprees.
Person* at s distance having saleable articles would find It to tbetr
advantag- to address the subscribers, as we would act as agents tor
the sale of the same. HYRAM A PVKROB.
00 Booth Third street, Philadelphia, Pa.
J. W. ITS AM. f. MAS riMWCS.
acEB dAwiy __
E dTI >7 k k EE i n o,
MOCHANT TilUIK ANI. 01 OTIIIRR, I 3*1. HA N HTRRHT
hi*itihu Ay i) mi nn in (toons.
fVPT reeelred . Ur,, lot of Mp.rt.ir (Mm, Camlmcrt. and
V.*ttii(t., which h« Win make up In the bci raannrr, on (h.
nnt rc«>nahtf Iwm, awl at the abort*.! nolle*.
A large an‘I w.tl ninlvl Mock o I Rand? M.d. Clnlhln,. which
will compare with an/ lo thla or anp ether market. Oar prise, ae
low a. at an, other IImw. _
FarniMiN.tr flood. In Rienl earl.tF.nich a* Mtfrle, Or.r.li, Brhartb,
Tie*, Ac. Ac.
He in.lie* Me friend. anrl other* who are In aearrh af re.tlp Arel*
r.M* |Mdi to sail anrl examine Me atork. wiIMN __
FAi.i. c;»odm rnn tHiin.
TftR enhecrlher ha. recrieed Mi R.ll flock r.» RWAPT-MABH
('LOTHINO anrl HKNTI.RMRN'R PliRNIMMIN1I OOOHB. lo
Which he wools aak ih. atUnllon of I.H friend, and the public ,.ne
rallF, ri« :
OOATB— Blue, Black, Brown and P.hlln Dr.m and Proct ; Fane,
Cawlmm Ita.inee* Froek and Hack . Laatlwaln, Brarrr, Petet.k.ia,
Mohair and Pilot Talma, and Hatton.; Rearer, Fil'd, Mohair, Pa
ter.haw* aad Nefrs H.ad Rack, and Rnrlooto.
PARTS -fluperlor Mwt Preach Itockln. Brown and (Imp Oroea
RlidH'd Oaaalmrr., Ilrem and Brown Plaid Camlnar*.
TRUTH—Hlnrk Fatln, Bilk, 0..timer., Fancp T.lrrl, Mrrlno and
Onartmere, Mlk and Plu.h
A WO—A r.rp lam* collection of Ololh., Cn.rtm.rn and Yert
lop. of reerp Mi.de and (iw.lllp, which he I* prepared l» make lo
kMaaare al Ike tbortrwt nolle*, In the turt and mom fa.Mon.hl*
MP*. B. R BPRNrP,
well Rlc bate i»d, Va.
8ELDEN «c M ILLER,
f-ORIUH -RANI. AkBCART ATIIU'TA,
nAVR ai all llmre a toll eopplp of lb* f.dlowln, klad. of 0M
Winn, Liquor., Ac., pan of their own Imporbnlon, lo which
I hep call tha pwrUrular attention of dealer, and conaumari.
BRANDTRR,
• f Hi, tollwwtnf "lebeat.d aad idwilcw brand. -Olard, Dopup. A
Oo , Racer., Finn, Canlllon, A Oo., J. Hrnemp, A FI,net!*, Mi
chel, Bernard and 1. J. Popup
WIMP*. , .
Choice Old Madeira, Rowal Pale Rherrp, ertrem.lp delleate aad
•ne, AetoniWado Rherrp, Riena. Pale Rherrp, Rl». khnrn'. Madeira,
Oorkbwrn'a (Md Crown Fori. Rorpondp I'otl, Male*. Mine*, CoRf*
and low Prtred Wine# tot cnllnarp purpoeer. Claret Win*., (now low
priced MM* lo ..Ira Rn* nuatllp. Nparklln, M.aeO* and Mill llock
Win**, Mai Ante In* A Co., nnd Chari*.' Ilrhlahk (hnmpatn*
Win**, tor which we .re agent., nnd mil al Hew York price,
I.IQroRR
md J.WMiea ton. Rooloh Whtokep, Old Bonthon WhlMrep, Mo
nonrahela Rpe WMehp, RoMnann'., He^er’a, SunRrr aad Belt
man Rre Whiahp., Her tilled Whukp.oar ewa , Holland Oln, Ap
ple and Peach Hraadp ,
tendon Porter, qaarta and pint*.
Beoteh ale, pint*
then, .its Br.ndp, Ola, Oaedlala, A*. As.
Keren. Re nr*. _ Ml
WftOf, IIAfT Witlll MATS. Te flan.ert,
Railroad and Coni PH Mnn.*-e., nnd all other. whn^^M
hat. N«fro». to hn I tote* In Mnr* da hand red (Ann) *,a
JOHN THOMPMW.

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