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)5Mr! ton MARSHALL* LAST. H - * *ff f—Mbf and cAarwctariatk speech tu Uw WM. Mi* by tbe MlLl »i eccentric Tern tUrvA.ll, In . t SjB ■* before tbe Bspramo Owrt of Kentucky, which la uui M garni tv bv Uwt The cam wu u action oi d.m.g K beMgbt against • gentleman who bad v And fUA pond, „ H M «thk MM of hie neighbor's boys were in the list |K J* ArpradtUng. and who wm provoked to tbs point V •“**>“€ «ta «d tbv marauders, whoa* parent, sued f, rUmagaa, employing Tom Marshall u hi* advocate. 1 recovvrvd fS.OOTV and, the case being appealed, John I Hreckenridge Vice President elect, aud Garret II*via, th JF**1 Amariian lender, wee* retained tor th# deface. where genUavten In the argument of the cnae, warned th •ffriol Iheeeduction of tbe eloquence nod aophisti •f tbe dUMagnlsbed counsel on the other aide. Mg)t Breckinridge contended that the correction wae i whofc ■owo and proper one, auch as he had been subjected to I hi* juvenile day* nhon caught in any uuachief Torn Marshall, In reply, a ihl that both gentleman ha eodeavoaed to magnify him into a verv great man keutaeky'v greatest lawyer and orator; aud both, in thri political speeches, were in tbe habit of exprvrwing gre. coaSdanoe In the sagacity and the intelligence of the pec pin. Now, he wished them to inform thcCourt how it wa that, with auch grant superiority of natural genius red ac quireoieiiu, and with the additional advantage of year over at least on* of hia adversaries, he remained ptaii Tom Marshall, hatnmerlug a miserable existence out of fas Uw Mile at tbe bar I “while you,” pointing to hi* or ponent, John C. Breckinridge, “who were but a tow head •d shaver, robbing bird** neats and playing marbles, wbci tbe wbol* broad Goraiuonwealtb of Keatuci* wa* ringinj from one end to tbe other with praiaeaofthe great clo qoence vast learning ami prodigious aliility ofTooi Marshal are now Vice President ol the Untied States* and vou,flarrc Davia, wanted to be, and almost persuaded aome'very weal mlndi-d people to make you Prceideot of the Unite* State*? "Now," proceedod Tom, "oar Vice President says he used to be flagged in his boyish days for just such trick, as aiy client'* son waa flogged for, aud be leave* at to in fer that, so Car from suffering any damage thereby, it wai oac of tbe causes of hia progress and advancement to bit present high position. II uty client had ouly known tbii before, and if be could be satisfied that bis sou was spanker on the same apot that my dislinguUbcd friend waa, so fai from bringing tbit suit, he would have acknowledged hi. profound gratitude to th* defendeut for thus placing bit ■cion in the line of safe precedents, aud giving him sc strong a claim ou Uio Vice Presidency. Doubtless the political misfortunes and disasters of my other distinguish ed friend are attributable to the fact that, as his spanking was uagisctad m boyhood, he has to make up for it, by ■ •calving nothingbut political spanks ever siuce he reach «d manhood."—tfn. Any. M x*l IIoi Rr.—Our hours of meals are wonderfully cliapgad iu little mors than two ccutsriee. In the reign ol Francis tbe Fiisl (about 1616) they used still to say— To rise at five, and dine at nine, To eup at five, and bed at nine, Will make a man live to ninety-nine. The custom of dining at nine in the morning noon re laxed. Still persons of quality long after dined at the la tost at ten ; and supper was at five or six in tbe evening diaries the Filth used to dine at ten, sup at seven, and all the court were in bed by uiue. They sounded the curfew, which warned them to put out their fires at nix in the whi ter, and between eight and nine in the summer. In England asimilai change took place. But in some degree it is a change rather of name, than ol the meal, themselves. Oar ancestors would have called our lunch eon dinner, and our dinner they would have called sunner. *1 *• » cunoiu Met, Hut Hi some of the colleges in Oxford, where allowances are made by the founders for the meals or their scholars, a much more liberal sum is given for their supper than foi their diuncr, implying that the sup per was the most substantial meal. Trias Raiuoahi—We understand that a basis of a contract has been made between Gen. Hugh Mel.cod, for merly of this State, and a large company of Georgia eon traders, composed of Messrs. Grant, Oolt, Major Jas. F. Cooper, late Engineer of the State Road, and others, who will viait Texas sliortly, for the extension ol tho Uarris t»urg Railroad from the town of Richmond, on the llrazoi Iliver, to Austin, the scat of government,—ibis Road will bo about 2iM) miles in length, flanking the fertile vallev of the Colorado, and will connect the city of Ualverston, by steamboats and Railroads, with Austin. This contract is the first fiofl of tho libcriU policy of the Slate of Texas in denoting sixteen sections, 64rt acres each, of land, ami loaning #6,000 in money, U. S. bonds, per mile, to tho Railroads that may bo built within a certain period. The rich land of the interior will rapidly enhance in value, and corns into cultivation. The Southern Pacific Railroad, on latitude 22 deg., across the State ol Texas, will no doubt cnB'*B« ‘he attention of the Southern Convention now sit ting al Savanuab.—J/.icou (Urn.) Jour. DIX» EDWARDS & CO. 821 BROADWAY, NEW TORK, Rave just published : FROK AND I, By O. W.Ctiaru. 12 mo. cloth. Price (I. Kstr.nt tr.no au artiti* in Me Ve.c Jo.-A 7Y.7. *sr, Non III'A "None of Mr. Curtis's tames 1*. in our JuJs.ia. ut, drstiu. J to so hu|h ■ position In Ittrralure as IhU Iasi. It u the fifth v.Jume of a i'ouiplru ui, 'form edlliou, Is-ued liy Messrs. DU, Edwards A As — P..r .uhtile and refined fancy ; for J. I.cate humor ; for a uk* appre natioo of character ; lor gorge.uts i vaor-s-ent h.-amy, as ol sururta fsilii.g away Inin shadowy laud- ; lor graceful ease of n.inner ; for a quiet but tearlbl pathos, whirl, weaves Inin the beaming Summer »• Hands of poesy and l ie a hide 1. af of ru- ; md for II e Lett of ,.h|. losophy wSk.1i the heart toadies to the lhoughlf.il mind, when II uruse* of the contrasted n>y>len«« of our t.uuiaii I listener -it Is a composition of surpassing claims." CVRTIVg t'4».tl PLF.TE WfiRKS I'OMI'BIHINO : Vol. 1. NILE NOTES, Vol. 'J. Tim HOtVAII.ll IN BYRIA, V<d. 8. LOTUS RATI NO, Vol. 4. TUP. PO riPH A It PAPERS Vol. 8. PKL'KANHI. to Are volumes, cloth uniform, half calf, gilt, $7,10. Each vo famc separately, in cloth, *1. THE GOLDEN DAGON; Or, Up and Doan tie IrrawuJ.Il; being Pasaagrs of A.Trentura in the llurman Empire. By an American. I2.no., cloth. Illustrated Tide Page. Price ft. The aulhor nerved as Burgeon onboard an Ki.gllah arm. <1 steamer .luring the late Burmese war, and In this Imolt gives a most vivid and plctur. o|.te account of Ms remarkable adventures. The fact that so Intle Isknown of the singular people of Uuruiah—the ‘'Land •*f the VV l.ite Klephant," Uie "Throne of tlic Golden Pool"- and that the present work is the first of luklnd in a new and tao.t eur.ous field renders “The Golden Dagon" a peculiarly interesting hook. ORIENTAL ACQUAINTANCE; In a Series of Utters from Syria. By J. W. IV Pettier. 12mo . rloth. Price rts. * These are fresh and most agreeable views, taken from advantage noe points of ohservatlnn, of those storied fields of Paleetine which have employed already so many maatcrly pencils, full as they are of the splendor and the haeoc of the East." Tlx elerer sketches of nor Oriental Acquaintance serve well to show how fsr this ro ut frail ful of travel autkjeclati from being rxbauMrd. CALIFORNIA, l„In‘I>7'r,,.*n4 ?ot; “r.Ho" we Parm, Mine, and Lire generally *u,r- tux* W. Ptasiiiu. l»mo , rloth ■...T1.1'.*?**? aqthentif an.l graphic picture of life In California, as n liibtlerl to female eyes, whirl, has yet app.sr.1 Mrs. Parnhani sees *he trials, pkmaurea, anil eiparienees ** 11«“»•"* wile honost emphasis. She presents some interest ing Man-menu with regard to tlx recent action ol the Vigilance Co si lattice In Ban Praneisro. Her narrative probably gives the clearest and moat consecutive view of thin subject, which ha* yet toco published. # nOKSTICK’tt LAXT AKD BEST. Arid formic by all Bookaellrre : An elegant 1*iau. volume. Price $1/10. Pully Illuatrated frnm erlg Inal Designs. nil *r PI HlelSIfl KD. TI1E HISTORY AND RECORDS. EIiEPHANT club, Compiled from Authentic Document, now In poaaecelon of U>e Zoolo gical Society, UY ME, KNIGHT RUSS OCKSIDE, M. D, AMD MM, Q. K. PHILANDER ROESTICKS, P. B. Tlir KI.PPIIANT CI.DB, W1RI a mtnirte and pa. tlcnlar narrative of what they did. To didn’t ** *dd*d * co,r’pl'* *nd r,»horat- deecrlption of what they 0>e **»'•»"' f««»d Of their memorable necem In fT#ri(«itlj oMilnlni path %n<l rvcrv ufir. A RlflUTOPTIIB KNT1RK AND I'NAIUJLTKRATKD ANIMAf H“ A,UDU*ud p^>-.-rtc u« A UiouMOfl Critics praise this volume. at Wlt ihmt ih%i rem*r**t>ly fACetlww In •lirmli ? 7 ’ V? K »«rt Dry Book. h, .Li i fJdTrJ'"! ’ “1 b?*t pro-lcenoti. It will he ^romg SXZ0 - *°d OT,r •' '•‘—end. - Phil. li.‘^«iew *I>4 ®* the prodnellom of the Immortal I. -Ill h.e. * great »|e. The IHu-trallo,,.'I'e'' Ij'Ck !' '* ,t,n"r ,,>d *U,r hook la "p^m.^-Nrw ^.rh •TCrerythlny le logond Uml it wowtd be hard In pkk owt the heal." PoMlehere, I.IVERMORK A RrDD.*"" V,,,k a. . „ . AI0 Rrnadwy, New Vorb. mmr*" - **"-**~»-«• W u. na I’ckiuiivi. le Dacoaaaa OLD If A UN, T II K P A W N N II o ( t. R • <rr. Tna Darnin'* Lauacr, llmo ■ loth, ««n page. $| gf, ' ll Win lie ranked «l.h'll,e Lnmpl.gl.ter' .i„i The Wide Wide itCIlS!' •J4'*"00* •* me«lng an enviable popularity." bo. ton literary Bn Hello Ordere Mile tied. •Mi Isdlv LEWIS HILL, PR<inr< B «BnniwioR nknchant, \TTPNIMt In the ealr of Wnnae, Place, Con* and T'.einu.. and coniimma lo hire owt Vfegroee rr-lce on florernor or lath atrwet, Richmond. Ta. net ( OR 4 «rRMI«NNf».irr. Mnoatal.i Kam.ly Floor » Mde BpPnetihurg Apple, c»,d. e • 4o Parmatn. 4 da Noon Pmrtm lamb Jm* rreeieed and for rah by •*,l“ ____ Ilf’NT A rfllOTlfgR fill I H. »| I. MO I II Mill* U MINK » MttU A RNniniRARg. WAN! Till*. In the lirnr hn.ine. , alr-alr maMidml.l nni.er. One who nailer .fond* the tm.lnee. i.relerr. .1 — A-I 1*J»V «. Biehmmd, Dee Id deg If ■ iNMI'nm tiHfipn Ji rr HMIIVID ■ drench wort el h ol aodlaranel ( liar, AW. d dled foliar,, al fd Taleneiene and ll. i ll.iii fo-ia. Dvin and Collar, mack Cl vpe I ollara and Collar/ and Kh-erea, la arl, « I egrtaln Dama.la and cnr'im kto-lin. al low wee, fin'd and wh.tr lamped -king •Jadved Ntlna and b.ng W hah hoi., a. / W P PKRMVP 4 ro, d*d No III Pae eP'1'4.. Iff IIRII » , I M HUM • . | M 11 li |« | . A B raw' baaenMi " Han Ian. I # I* 4n “ Yanina" do A *.. ■ t If '• da M d. "PAR" Calabria (bi b f J-orle, d»l Di mle by AiRH A BDIKSpiiN. PI ««f Rill 11 111 M IIIIR 1 . II... ..A . mpeeler M Whl-kr from Aegean e »»iv, for tab f.y del W0NRI.S d CLAID/BWg, Me. 11 Pearl el. I _ MltrilltnPMc, Lav, MxIbwI TTitnliial U|14J««.||.J^ Ivviiif •Sftt.wSSrT l gi’ir**^^ w"**- ■/ >**»• jj Jp**"* *»<*“• Dwhewa. Paper M M*m: atetk lltater j. _ “d TWjh*, •» (VrbM Miami, af Ur late Jteia , a |Plfc WdWed If Mm R. Ulten. aM Par tea.t $1. •• »•»,,,U, tea UW I W., B, the. Warn *T M Tw II wear a of PateMhrtdge. A eoUerttoa of llamoroaa aaA r » K*4W»- Wl“> SlaaaraUoua. Oh, • !>• cd Ur Kate. By William *. Alger. lUateialrd. A '• n Uhul*" <>>fl ^ rmr,wrtl Addreaa i * TBr lllort.. of an mil Mate, fl ; y, A 1 \ ~£^zxsz^£,lzrr;2*’,t~'k' 9 kteemicai and Pharmacomical Maaiimlatl.ina. A Maaaal af th Mechanical and Ohtmten-Mechaalcel Opmaiteaa of Ur La bo i alert 1 ^rcS*.**^>>1 °.>""l,‘*l—\ *>"»«<«». Mann ted arera. T.whrra an ‘ fhoteuU. Pernod and enlarged rdMion. Br Camphe11 tl rill an - OUr-meMard*. With htel llteatraUona. |lht * Phyai.'laaa Vwiilog l.lata. ter 1*7. [ -cT*r Prmiyptloa Book.lta r„4.a*lory NuLm, » I which Wadded a Ery By Jonathan Perrira,M D. P. R. & Heron American Edition, do , Turk TV. ■ 'n>» *•*<■. and other ParaMre. kw Children. By Frederick Ado phat Kntmmacher. Illuatrated. 7.V , gilt i|. Daarlaaa Parai. 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L'LAMi To he drawn Jan. 15th, 1857, at CONCERT HALL. Macon. Geo., nn. tier im- eworu auprnniruarncr oj col. **■>. If. Umax and Jas. A Esq. Remember, tbts Lottery ha, only Fifteen Thoo.an.l Numbers—Ira than any Lottery In Oh- World! therefore II la the brat lor lueesl meuc Exatuiuc the Rehear! SOII KM R: l Prise of. fir*ami is.$i\nno } “ . is. ... 5,000 .*,«•"« Is.9,0m) ' . l^WlOare.4,tM» , ®}m. ;. 1<Wfire . *,000 IjhiUO Prises of. 40 are.6o,opo ArraoxmsTMta raiisa. 20 Approximations of. $lm» are.9.00ft ®5 «*<> . SO are.... ]!. tJMO " do . 90 are.|,otW 1,119 Prise*, amounting to.|1P2 pf“ Ticket* fill; Halves $A ; Quarters •ijSO. /At Tlie 1>*» prises *.f f4<* are determined by the last Bgure of the number that draws the capital prise of $1ft,0U). capital prise will, of course, end with one of tliese figures— 1,9, 8, 4, ft, 6, 7. S, 9, 0. Those whole tickets ending with the same figure as the last in the capUsJ will be entitled to $40. Halve* and quarters In proport on tw Person* sending money by mall need not fear its tiring lost. Orders punctually attended to. Communication# confidential. Bank Notea of sound Hanks taken at par. cr Tboa, wishing particular numbers should order Immediately Ad,Jur*~- JAMES P. WINTER, Manager, no19___Macon. Qa. TUK UBKAT RtVTHKKN HAT A NO CAP MAM F.UTOUY ASP DEPOT! FALL TRADE OF 1850! JOIH DOOLEY, SI MAIN RTKF.ET, RICHMOND, VA., 4 HAS now ready for the Pall Taint, by Whole sale *n-l Retail, the n«i varied and retentive UappE^P ■tuck lie haa ever imported or uauufacture.1. In order Uiai the requirm* t u of all hi, rus-^— lomeri may to- moil fully au t, and to obviate Urn necessity of Coun try Merchant, and ottieri going ..r •ending North for their good,, he ha, teld In nn nitorimrul ,.f creep nrtirU In hi. tin., t-ath h..,,., <ih i f<n,tjnt f„r Ladle.*, lirollt iiu-u’i, Chlldreii*, aiul Serrant*, wear, which lie could fiud in Ihe il.tfcrcul market, Im has visited or communlcate-tl with. To the getting U|> of Silk aud other Hal. In hit own Uanafa.-b.ry he panthe Chau attenimn, and he feel* confident that few other house. North or South can equal, and uoue exeel him tlierein IIU facUitlea for eoudueUns- Ids Lux...™ hemp ol Ihe most com pl«*tc kind, all onl'Ti will he filled with the greatest punctuality ndJ prom nine is. .^0 FALL STOCK or HATS, CAPS. I.A IMPS’ A N II til I flkll l\*s FANCY FURS, FOR 1 S A « ! a WE ARE now opening s new and complete assort- . rorut nf HATS, CAIftt, LADIES' AND ClllLDRiagu SHW FANCY PURS, rompriilng ttm latest and most fash lonahle styles, snitaM- for the Pall and Winter Trade, which will Im Sold on the inert favorable terms, for cash or to punctual customer* at Wholesale or Itcuil. fis... W. Dnmaxutr, so long known lo the trade, is now enraged with us, and will he ph-aard t., see hi, old friend,. IIINPORD, DICKINSON* A WET RIO FR, New and exteuaivc Hat, Cap, and Fancy Pur Di-imt. _ __No. U Maln street. MX'lrOV i till AH, STONE CUTTERS, ON MAIN, BETWEEN SEVENTH AND EI0IITH STREETS, BltlMOlD, V*., 4 HI- fgldfi PIIRPAHIaI) lo eitcuU errrv dticrip* i h. *inn of !*u>ne Work in llic bu.-t raasttrr. Their operations embrace Slone Cull log Ibr inner and outer fir, id, of bouses, 0r anile, fiand Stone. MsrMe, Ac , Ac., Tomb Htono* Ac • indeed, every branch which fall* within ihe range of the Stone’Cut ters* business. They will, at all times, take pi. a.urr in furnishing plan*, estimates, Ac., for ary proposed job d work, and Unis afford patron# every facility to arrive at ibe best and chrap*-* mode of ex •Cutlag work. They will Ik* prepared, at all time#, promptly to un tliinslt any job at any point. They will, moreover,take pleasure In dressing any specimen# of Htooe or Marble which may be forwarded to them, free of charge, for the satisfaction of persons who inay find them on their premises. Bill* of w..rk will !»• furni-hed to all who may desire them, and those who prefer to have thvir work done in lUcbmond, and for warded, can I*? aerommodated on short notice. We have executed large jobs f,»r tbe most sagacious men, and th» beat judge* of work, it: Klchmood and tbe surrounding country, and have always given satisfaction. „ " :.wormm. nww,4 i»»rdnrr. Henry bull, Architect, Kdiloraof Whig,awl the public uf Richmond generally._ no„ TIIKUKKAT MKUtClNK 101 PURIFYING TUK UUH>D~ lllirlij's Sarsaparilla. OF all the mtnrdie* that have hern disrovervd during the present airv for the * thousand tHs that f!e«h Is heir lo,» none rfjual this wonderful preparation. Only three years have elapsed store ths discoverer (who spent a decade In studying, fxperitnenUlisinar ar»d perfecting it j Ar.t introduced it to the public, and It Is alrcftdy re cognised by the m «t smlo.nt phystclas lu all parts of the country to t»e the most surprising and effective remedy forcertalo dl*?**/* of which they have knowledge. Hll othsr compounds or syrups of this root have hitherto failed to command the sanction of the faculty, because on being tested, they have bees found U contain noxious Ingredients which neutralise Ibe good rff<cu ef ^arsaparllU.artd often times Injure the health of the patient. It Is not so with Hurley's preparation. Tills Is the purr and genuine extract of tlx root,and will, on trial, be found to eff et a certain and perfect cure of the following com pUtnts and dl«es« s: Affection, ef the hone*, Habitual eontlrenc.r nr”""7, ....... Indffeatinn, ^ '*»-■ Of the Kidney*, I.lrrr complaint, Dypepeta, Pile*, Erysipelas, Pulmonary Diseases. frm«le Irrcfulnrllle., Bernfota or King. Krll, ViMato, Syphill*, And all Skin Diseases. Besides curing the above, U is •!«*> known to be a great and pow rrful tonic, purifying the blood and invigorating the system. In s?M.rt, It i«, without exception. In the raws nx utlonesl and its general effects on the system, the most efficacious as it Is the mmt rfe.lraUe rente ly of tli- .go. It l« .lre»dy r*t. n.ltrely u*e.| throngh nul the Country, >nd I. f..t obtaining .n Furupean icputation. The i(i*taiirca of cure* it ha. afT-cted are dally coming to the proprietor'* kr.nwl.dge, »„d hr ha* no h-.nation In recommending It to one and all who dealre to procure relief from .nlY-rlng. Or.- bottle tried lu cue, ta will be ton apparent to admit of further doubt, market ^0l’ ,,art,'l,’*,b»r*‘p*rill*H the only genuine article In the Price ,1 pgr Bottle nr .1* bottle* for ff">. Pur M e at the manufactory. on tb- corner of Beventh and Green Mr*eU, lxuil»*m«. K » and by all il» Wh.,1. .ale Houae* throughout the tlulbd State, and Canada. Wholeaal. b.Baeo.iH,deAro , Bt. Icon.. Mo; J Weight A e0 . New Orleans l»w. arxl wholesale deslera ibrnurlifHit l anada Ifrvies and Month A me r iea B..M In Ha lmmral by Purcell l.vbl A Co , Adie and Graf, Bennett, * PUher, Mcdc A Baker, Alea llural au.l IbrggM. generally - _ d*IB—d I y bm c*»i i h 04 irons. ,-7.2'' l,“' *. and Bborl, black awl Faney color.— / The different ata-a w.rranl.d .. ' ami* niiin i R*. Merino. Bilk , H Buck and Canton Plaonrlnf good rpialllle., oamr ted In •**, , and offered on good term. . Ill am:sat OAT*. We hare a large atoek if the ahore, varied in enlnr, ffyle and alte Fcnoniy nod dnrahlliiy are Important -on.lderatlona Co. towier. will And the two polola attended to In onr Mock HI.I i: OH Biss « OATH. Juat received a .mall acorted lot of theae (JoaU, mad- up In il* latem Hyle, and our ru.toroera will find them a very genteel Coat ’f*'1* OBOBIKlNtt A TUPMAH, llu. Main Bt. 1*111 Mil vi V|| |,|t ,x, x. I/’J"'*' * RGBIHROn would inv.te the altentltm of Country d Phy.l iar.aod famdlea to th-lr prphh’M HFttlOINI*. r-.?a'71.! a .' °7 'I1' Tlrtr“ *f.e.„„|c* foetitgte were awarded OnHf«f rliw d‘frl' ma. Tbgtr phsrsmrsatlral prrpsratinns are of their own manof.rtrr., and a. .hey are prepared from earg •taf MrenMh ** rtlM "" “ h',r* 'a" pharmaco*. They wilt alao keep an aMorlm-nl of Burglral ln.tn.menf. of ibe M«.e gwabty, a. lb.*. t.., Mhleh al He tame ggl. another Br.t cl,., diploma waa awarded it, m Together with Bandage, and Burgle,I appliance* of alt hind., which will he add at the manufacturer*, pricer, by MII.I.KV A Rfiblh'BfiN, Cbemlat*. and Mnn..faclnt.lng Pl.armac, ■.Hal.. IGi and Franklin da., Blebmonl SUEJEaT".'!" * M MOHT I Vf I OH IIOI s|. 1FPI FRH Panl-ei. • r. Bn-d fMatlne. an ernr-nmlrffl p.,,._. raMnn for making |clt ca, Mane mange, Chartotl, It u*.r m-iina , p. which from H* fa. rf.. I pur.t, rmd-ra eiartfyiog nnneeewmry ' One' I packages H make a'piart ant a half of pnf.^e'tr Pr.ce/f,,. m. i inat received aod for .ale only by JOHN W O A RUCK Ikrngg. t and Apothecary, Franklin mreet, Market Place. I W1*'" • H *K k VI NIIIHTH. Tt,e vohwnlen baa ' »M in wr,re a great varbl/nf Ready Made*IIIBTti.altrg He above JnMly eetetwated p.li-eo milt.'laalt’hS' uf" ' *“ ,*k'' *be abouhter ream i rbirls, wblvh Ir will Wftrrahi In piptw Is tv*v? Strip oUr JiHIN ptVF, .ta , Ho I Ballard’. Hoi.t | £ * u • •* SIM.NIH HI IMP f l"»TAI*T BffUtF than awe e.ts. ,. F-l. . *.*. e. ma HomIa Ft,. mIv whole,ale and retail, hy . PI in n.l t XT>h t (Jb, ! 4*U Itruggtma, n Main ft. • ~L~m tr*-* <?*?•&«. r- *2?SlJV£W V-*''—*■« *~* ~* -*1™* m„o *■ J*3* *» . _ . l.UBLAM A WATSON. *•“•*••»" Mt lake MV freight fraaa hen. e* N dt aborace tf the Jamttowa, the Kmswuke wlU cenllaa lf freight ai New Ywt for this place, leaving New Turk veer) Mlerday sreaMg frc Rkrhsssod at« s'ctost ’ V S rnwu?Ji“JMtl V1 UK»»k -r mu Jg amn " CT BALTlMOKh —Freight received U.-da*, Mon P-i T*tkr . dAy.anJ up to Ihe hour of 9 o'clock P. M. Tuoedar, SB&ASK the 9S.I Inst. r C-ortg»aea are requested la sent for their (nods to-day. Nhk-prra at* reqmiti I to sen.l la the nemso tf Ur cowsWaurt ' *“2day attoraooo, or thnr shipments will h. consigned to order. . _dr»f -,(_LUDLAM 4 WATKIN. I If10" OK IP MIA KVEHl » . - JF Ik KDNIMDAY,—The A No. 1 steamship VlktllNIA, Cm* ■ Rooms, I. now ready to rr , nlee freight, and aril leave on WEDNESDAY, the dMOUL j *«, at lk a'dork, M. For freight or passage, kavlag saperlor accommodations. apply to ‘Wtt~ t*_B. ■ TUTTLE. Agewt, tockaSa. fN«H Cn4RI,EimiN,«.l'.-TMMrtMfcg. am' •ailing schooner IMXON, rsptaln Handel, haring the N&S, ■ greater ponton of her cargo engaged, will aall with qak k dlopateh. For balance ol freight, apply to | *»»►—*«_W. P. COLQUITT 4 00, f NOR rilll. ADF'.I.PIIlA.-The good ■ctsooner jr KKORON,Cape Wat. Klldrrth, harlngthe grealerpor- >imX tloo of her cargo engaged will sail with quick dispatch.— For balance of freight, apply lu delH___W. D. COLQUITT A OO. fYAI-TOHY I'OR RENT.-TW fhrtory recently at 1 occupied by }. J. Demin. on Ibr alley between IFth aoJ »i *ntb streets, anti near the factory of Janice II. (Irani. For terms, apply to [dels] UK .PALMER, SON A CO. ■ .YOU BONTIIY,—Tbe superior fast sailing sohoooer ev.' F JrlBlAII AOORN, Cat*. John Merrell having the gees- ^Yth er portion of her cargo engaged and going on hoanl, will •all wtth all possible dispatch. Fur balance of freight, apply to _i*IR__D. A W. OUhRIE, LYOR RONTON.—FIRST PACKET.—Tho superior n. I fast sailing regular |*ckel schooner S. K. AI.LKN, SD, CapL lorsnsi Uakrr, having Ihe greater portion of her esrplTu gagrsl and going on board, will sail with all pooaiMe dispatch. For balance of freight apply la D. A W. Cl'RRIE. POR NORFOLK AND PIIHTBa sew T» ~ MOUTH. VIA Purl Walthall.—The swift and P^a.^ik*. comfortable slramrr W M SELIrKN. under thr com .*B3fcm*iMfc. man.1 of Capt We. C. Fmru, and Mu. I>. J. Hill as Clerk. Wdl takr the place of rh* Augusta, on this route. Comtaenrlng to leave Port Walthall on Wgpxwu.sr. the loth Inst. The cars running In connection with the IVIdrn will leave Richmond on that morning and every Meaner, WinanetT and Fun it morning thereafter, at t\ o'douk. Returning the 9ELDKN will leave Wrighi’s Wharf, Norfelk, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings al dig o'clock. The boat will touch at all the landings on the rlrer, both going and re turning. Fare to Norfolk and Portsmouth, 9 00 City Point, $1 00 All landing not below the drove, 1 NO Children over three and not over 19 years of are half price. Meals so Rages run from King's Mill Wharf to Williamsburg.and from tbe Grove to Yorktown. and from Rock Wharf to NmlthlleM. Freight to go by this line will be received at any Umc during the day, hi Use Depot, at Richmond. dc*i TH0S. DODAMRAD, 8npV Pace R. A P. R.R, Co Pea. Ath. ISM._ C1HANEE OF- KOI U —WINTER AR-s| supsri ) RANIIRMKNT.-The steamboat CURTIS li'CK.^A*Uw Oapt. John Part*, win on and after Thursday nrll,****** leara the wharf at Rocketts every Itaturday, Tuesday and Thursday mornings, at <)f o'clock, A. M , for Portsmouth and Norfolk, and return each alternale days, (Sunday's nceptrd.) ..aging Norfolk at lire tame hour, Atg o'clock, A. k!„ touching at all uf Ihe regular landings on the Rlrer going and returning. Passage and fare as usual. pels__R. 0. NAPKIN?. UNION NTBAMNMtt* UOnPAMV. FOR PHILADELPHIA VIA CITY POINT AND NORFOLK. STEAXIKR CITY OF RICHMOND, Capt. Z. Mitch- — BIX,IMeamer l'KNNgYLYANl A,Ca|*ain Darin One of Um<m superior tMrararr* will leave !Uch-)3B$SjHflB mon.I, until further notice, every Monday and Thursday touching at City Point and Norfolk to receive freight and pa»«eng« rt Return* Ing, leave Philadelphia every Wednesday and Saturday, morning at 10 o’clock. These Steamers are now In fine order. Increased accommodations for the comfort of ptssengers hat ing been added, as also ra.«re room for freight; and we hopr.by regularity, dU patch anti care 1m protect iug goods committed to our charge, to receive aji Increase of patrou M* UT No transhipment by tills line. PARK REDUCED. Passage through to New York, and found.f il) 00 Do do Philadelphia, and found, 1st cabin.g 00 Passage to City Point and Norfolk same as bv the river boats. gV Passengers by this line can stop iu PhiladdpcU two or three days, ami Uien proceed to New York by the same ticket. mad—tf _ H. li. TUTTLE, Agent, Rorketta._ FOR RENT. lilOK HUNT.- TtnsrconJ and third st.u|M i.rrr ray _ r store. No. HI Pearl street. The rooms have a good m« BIB trance fiom IVarl street, and arc suitable fur .'ales-rooms or JcB. commission business (dcS] II. W. KNOWI.L** DU-I IHHIIAM BOO YIN FOB It F. NT, The rooms over the store ot the undcrslgurd, former* f'A ly occupied by Wb. A. Pratt, Esq. and more recently by Mr. Jfcji Powers as a lUguerrean dallery, am for rent. The rooms cover two floors, the upper having a fine sky-light tlirough the roof, and the whole well arranged and admirably loca* ted. Possession may be liad Imtnrdlately. JAMES WOODIIOCPE A CO, wiW 1H9 Msin street, Richmond, Va. FOB It KNIT.--Two large tenements on tSrd street __ between Main and I*ranklin, end. containing 11 rooms B|B and gixid Kitchen, Hydrant water in the yard For terms JE9L Ac., apply to_ HILL A KAWLINGE. IAOB HUNT'. Tnu it ■ l .Me L^lgii.g 1 Koowis over our Stoic, No. Ho."., Main street, IS_WORTH A M A COTTRELL. IfriE ! I AO 1C Mr.VI'—P<tt*fc£SlON GIVEN IMMEDIATELY.^^ —The honor over aiy store. To a good tenant, the real IK wrdi l*e low, or it cau be had iu rooms for single gentlemen JL»*c.i Horn eaveS/tfftf. THOM A8 1IOW, «x»1S_ HI9 Main street. KOOfl I Oil RIM . v r ' . • i loog oi d HI I . * h Hiii hs i lad oat »t i i .. •. i. - BmB rate price, for any light fan. > bu-lne**, f,,r which It is ad* JEIH, mlrahly suited Possession glreti let Fep»*-mher. W. P PERKIN? A CO., auIM_ __ _No. 111 Fade Square. I 17IOIt RENT—And p.is*e*«ion given immediately, a nral AJL 1 and convenient DWELLING, on 1st street, between Alain Ml snJ Cary, containing eight Rooms, and a Kitchen with four Rooms ALSO, A large WAREHOtTFE on 9th street, near the river, suitable for a Carp. liter’s Shop or for Storage, which will be rented low. Apply to JyHfo—dtf__HILL A RAWLINGS. ■ YOB Ill'NT. I.I.ASF. OB NAFF*.—The HOUSE B 1/ and LO T on Main street, fronting HO feet, adjoining the R-j foundry of the Messrs. Itarue*, recently occupied by Mr. M’m. V. Sims, as a tarner** shop. Pp^NiInn given the 1st of January nest. For terms apply to JOHN A. KHU1NMON, Jy25 Corner Cary and Virginia sts. ■ Am: ill NT. JP or l*odglng Rooms, In the Whig Build.ug. Prompt application will secure them on favurabtc terms. Apply at Whig Office. sefiO—tf fYOIC 1C FAT. —A Lodging Room over Richmond Reading Room, and an o0c« over subscriber. HILT*. Governor st. R^iniC REN I . Several Lodging Rooms in 0M t*u•? ling over JE^ our office. Apply to de4-tf_ltll.T* A RA W1JNG8. REORAE It. RTEEf*i DENTINT. H AVING dev ited seven year* to the constant — — «n study and practice of DENTISTRY, tn all iu branches, i (T rs hit servirrs to Die ci'iacns of this, Uj fV ^ ^*#4 hi- native city, assuring tl*em that all operations '^IU/ entrusted to his care will be performed io the most satiafactory m«u INCORRCPTIRLE PORCELAIN TEETH, with or without artifi cial gums and block work inserted on gold, silver or platina, with Clasps.Hptral Fprlcgs, or by Atmospheric Preasure, as tha r«tndilion of the mouth may indicate. Him facilities for the manuf w‘lure of AKTinciAi. jtcra or Tiers arc not surpassed by any other Dental Ks taMishment in this city. flnwrll, l>. D , C,|it. I»m. H U>wnr'. S.trjiurl llar.l,rf>T. , K J. Harnr., John ¥. Tannvr, Wm. Ursy, K. A. J. Cloptnn an.III. K. Kl I......, K..|*. fW~ o«i. p No. *11, on Main, bclwrrn SO. ami »ll, itrrrta, Rl.h round Va._ _noll-lm DKNTA I . NO 1I< I ’/. GW .JON K M. SHKOICAI, AND MK- j.-, r# CIIASICAI. IlKNnHT-Omr, t,.tw.-.n '>«> f an«l ltNb, Main street, one square above tlie BtnkD.u^UHBa (office hours from 9 to 8, 4 to «)— will be happy to **e T T 1 all such as ilesire his professional services, promising his best»*ndra vora, by gtutUn*** ar.<l thorough****, to give satisfaction In all ope. 1 rations, either In Filling, Cleansing, Regulating, Extracting or In* —rllng Tweth. _ sv9.v-*m ■ IITf lit CM k A ONHOK* COACH DP.AI.KltM AND MANUFACTURE RE, No. 913 Mu Street, Richmond, Vs., HAVE in Store a large assortment of fine fash* T9 lonAblcCOACIf EM.CARRI AOEM, BL’GGIEM, Cjs® Vm*' SULKtYE and IIARNW.PuiUble fnrconntry and ttRSci^^U' city n«e, made of the best materials, and pat to- m -m Spther with much care, which we will recommend to oar friends and ■ >e public, snd sell on such terms as will secure the mutual interest of all who favor ns with their patronage. From long experience in our business, and by prompt personal at tention, we hope to merit a continuance of past favors. Orders promptly filled and shipped to any part or the United 8tales, fefi—ly f \HIII w.i s. t iiiiaoeK Kir ItOM 11 EH, Irccswia or J*«c* Ikmusa mm • Has on hand, a large assortment of Carria ges mid harness. Among which may be found some URc^lfK fine Coaches with outside Meats. I and • scat llock W sways. Wide Moat Boggle*, and flugfles with and without tops, fo which he partleularfy Invites the attention of those in want of any article In the Carriage line, as they will be de«pos*-d of on accom modating terms hy application at his manufactory, No. 99B Corner of Main and 9th streets. JalA— ly. TO TIIK CARRIAOE I HINt PI HI.If'. YOITR attention Is Invited In our stock of RICII- m rn TV MONO MADE CARRIAGE*. consisting otQjR WJL' I V.'/, Acs, mlf mrnt (Sirring**, H-tkn traym, ttuggi**, - Hnlki**, dr This work Is mails of the best mu. - war w rial, by go««d workmen, and under the Immediate N(isrv14en of the proprietors, who are thoroughly acquainted with the bustne**. Also, on hand several Second-hand light (%irrlng**ntn/ flugglrm Which will be sold low hy A f NHf.f F, BOWEN A POWKIX, jrlff I*ah street, betwrr n Main and Gary, lil I If N I I I lit: WAHEIIOOnN REMOVED JOHN A BE IAIN ha* remo ved Ms Furniture Warerootns to that vHI known »-• I I r g, ‘ rORVTIlfAN IUI.I.," Hi e ..Id .land1 _ _ of Messrs Jor.es A p.*tts.) Main street, square above the Banks. He takes pleasure In saying to hi* customers generally that he has rstaMKhed hltuuslf In a large factory, which gives him dr. kind fari titles, and with which he Is again prepared to get np the very l>*-st Myles of Furniture to order. lu addition to this, he Is constantly manofaeiurlng every article In the Furniture liue, and will keep a choice and Well arrange I assortment of such styles and qualm*«, as be know* are adapt, d Pi ths varied wants and Usetus of the pen Thanking a generous rooimonlty for ths liberal patronage hereto fore bestowed, he respertfully solicits a continuance, arid pledges himself that rxdhtng shall be Want.rig la effort on hts part to give rati and entire satisfaction JOHN A HELV|N,also gives his personul attention to the UN DERTAKING ba#tn«as lelh| at all times well supplied with "Me Ullc Burial Gases," Nob#* any snd Poplar Coffins, Hartal Vestments new lf*-arse, and aR the requisites for fmw ruls. Orders left at "Co* rlthian llall" wNI meet with prompt attention. ma99- ly vmi KTfiH»:« Nic»in or ri" IT the GOI.fr E *OV V, NO PI M«ig Pvirrwv - GIM. A V7V WEIDEMFVKR. late of frrdericksbnrg. Va , hvre just re- JLJfe eelved a new supply of OnM and Milver WATCH EH, HosmTim, Ft ogre Bins, Ladies' CbaleMlns, Gen.I em-n'e Fob Chains, flotd an.l Bdvcr Pen# and Penelf*. Gold and INIver ThtmMes, Gold. Milver m d M«e* | Mpertacf*^, ft.lv* r (h.M.fs, Owps, Mpoon* Butter Bnlw«, Port Mono ate*. Card Caw#, Match Boles, and every article in the J*w el if and Milver lllf, fr.r sals on reasonaMe terms, and warratited at represent* d. AI*o. WATf IIEM of i|| kind* repaired and wsrrsnted to perform web also, Jewelry of efefy it*mrrkf*\ou r*q*Mce*| at sb« rt fioflce. +4-iy____ | wvr.n cost*, ovi •« <.»», ». %| H!rlf*.T, A H.M J'tl . (V» , N». fin . I.rf. ,i*nrt ! i*l fwnl ft Or. r at... It Ifw* ar. ...» If r r.(l' Calllnl*.. MRR. IIANT, \W Xl'iCK A tO M _ ll«_H*(n Mr..I IX'l t It .III , M INIMIU tiMSV in * RIiNj */.!.. Iilnl, m , tif «l< h* rim. km.. i.Ai.rt * ro. nm,*.*. _ _ N,<l> K...I 1 Hmimtinrir. rooi.*. w. *,** tn ra1« rha.i., .lira ,i.«i w„ra.....| rmifl.*. It< tlowa, Arntl.a«*, *1 ... rt...Ooi* Alar AntlU.C-II.r,K.y ....I f. M R... V<»\ Rt*,., Il .r. l ami Manr .Ho.tr*, llaoi.M, Iwlitn l • «I* i.otr rtwwt. ■**■>, V I... *. , I.. •ot..«.#lk.. a, i fentlon o# sll la want «tf su« h good*. i *6 Cl. .HURON * ANOrMOS, 10* Main tl. wm Ac. TV NSTALL HOUIB i B 1 M S j • . . _ Kqi'iia* iltaritoiwklKlw ttthliMtoaLIt . ■•It— ly. “ PLANTERS' HOUSE, CONNRHCi: KTm rKEBKRU KIWlHU, Vi I. N. 81'LUVAI, Prt*riytof. _5f,A urt •m.»l»V» w to rmSUm to .MWy (vaU o» ti a.--^s£3r.74“’“ - ™. nJSi?.." RK.V«,’&iW5!ff*’ **• “ tt* trmrWIuf yaklte. II to Mptdtod with* .rvry —-i-‘-“ lor to* ■ •owMtotlM of U«M »od piUmn. coatotot IN v.U mUtob aad raparloaa laaaa, and to artolite <Mw adaatoa vq* of to* Bad ■ar* aad titto Bttiriad, tot CtoMytto. and Ohio BaUroad ai ■laaatooai toodloy TV N« VBn aad Ooart Noaw an aa II •an* aqaar*. and tipma aad But oBca lu the *■-t-‘ Erie* only f 1 W yr* day. W ‘ “d Barton or* alwaya la allaadaaoa to roan >a»»aq*n and >igan to aad toa lUilbW. •till __WATBON OABR. Pntartotor. 'wASHI^^HOUSiT II. KNEAD A CO- IBpmistmb. OMNIBITMI ran rayutorty to aadfrowlka Badread D*t>o« aa hrtrl Londtoy raaaartad with Ihia boaaa. art*— ly LYNCHBURG HOUSE, MAIN ITRKBTi l.¥NCHBI HU, VIRUINU o. run or, PBorBirruA ID ' Ttaaartoal VlaU*n |1 M yar day. *« trtl-daaly FARM R.ANDSiBRKAI.eI THE ILLINOIS fKJTRAL RAIL ROAD (XIMPANT IK NOW prepared to all a' out a.lXOl.DO# of terra of brainy land to trort. o' «t) or re* and aywarda, on lot* crcdlu, and al lot miss o( tnuiD-4. 1W land* were granted by the Government, to 414 In the con tome lion of tl.u lUilruAJ, and srs among the richest and most fer UU In the Aisle. They estrnd with the Rond, from Chicago on Um Nodh Kut to Cairo st the South, and from thence toUalena am Dunleith in the extreme North-Westeru part of the Stain Must o these land a lie immediately oo, and within six miles of the Rond, an. none are more than fifteen miles distant from It; hence, ready am! cheap facilities are tarnished for transporting their produrta to anj of the Eastern or Southern market*. The great increase of |»m»ula Uon by Immigration, Ac., and the consequent rapid growth of flour ishing town* and villages on the line of the Road and throughout Uw Male, tarnishes a substantial and growing home demand for sverj kind of farm and garden produce. In the Northern and Central parts of the State, prairie lands pre dominate, Interspersed with magulficent groves of oak aad other tim ber; In the Southern, the Umber Is now abundant, and exceediagij valuable. The soil Is n dark, rich monkl, from one to five feet In depth. It gently rolling and pecsllarly Sued tor grasing cattle and sheep, or the cultivation of wheat. Indian corn, etc. The air Is port and bra cing, the climate more healthy, mild and equable than that of aay other port of the Union ; while IIring streams and springs of excel lent water abound. Economy in cultivating and great productiveness are the Well known characteristics of Illinois lands. Trees nre not required to be cut down, stumps grabbed, or stone picked off, ns U generally the cane In cultivating new land In the older States. The first crop of Indian corn, planted on the newly broken sod, usually repays the cost of plowing and fencing. Wheat sown on the newly turned sod Is rare to yield very Airy* pt'o/tU. A man with a plow and two yoke of oxen will break one and a half to two acres per day. OentrncU can be made for break ing, ready fer corn or wheat, at from $4 to $* per acre, lly Judi cious management, the land may be plowed aad reused the Oral, and under a AfyA af«</e »*/ cuffimfh*n the second year. Corn, grain, cattle, etc., will be forwarded al reasonable rales to Chicago, for the Eastern, and to Cairo for the Southern market. rtltumlnous Coal Is extensively mined along the road, and supplies a cheap and desirable tael; being tarnished at many points at $1 50 to $4.00 per ton. Wood can be bad at the same rale |«r cord. Ex tensive quarries have been opened in the Southern part of the State, near the line of this road,—of Building Stone of excellent quality,— such as white and blue Ume-stone, and white and red Sand-stone,— which can be had for little more than the expense of transporta tion. TV yoeentmewf hinds, in CAe Ann/ SUiUa, futrin.j gmrroUy hee* d/JMhfim from CAe sNirirf, emi^/ntnir fmm fAe £i4rrs Ht<rts* iin*l ffint/e c»»n he iioes»MiN/4if#if by IA4* «\»ws/Ring trilk mluttf-l* firtHM, itt fAc aid j>ni<v* and farina, srAicA in *tU hf/f/y, rrjlf ifouhJe *• mine •citMin /wWce moniAa. When those lands are restored to market, persona who think of neftUlne on them, or lu Minnesota, should h«-nr in mind that the lands of this Company, st the prices for *Wr-h they are sold, are I better Investment* than those In other Mstn or Territories more 1 remote from market, at Government prices; for the reason that the expense of trans|»orttng the products of the Utter to market sill al ways he a heavy drawback on them, and after a few years cultiva tion they require manuring, which is not the case with Illluols lands. Tt»e same remarks hold good lu relation to the lands In the Terri tories of Kansas sn«l Nebraska, for although vac-ant lands may be found nearer the water courses, the distance to market b (kr great er, and every hundred miles lire products of those lands are carried either in wagons, or interrupted water communication*. Increases the expenses of transportation, which must be borne by thr art tiers. In the reduced price of their product* and to that extrut precisely are the Incomes fiom the farms, and of counse on their investments, annually and every year reduced. The great fertility of the lands now offered for sale hy tills com pany, and their consequent yield over those of the Its stern and Mid dle State*. Is much more than sufficient to pay the difference hi the cost of transportation, especially in view of the facilities furnished hy this Koad, and others with which It connects, the operation* of which are not Interrupted by the low water of summer, or the frost ol winter. rates AXPTsaufl or rsvwmrr. The price will vary from $0 to according to location, quality, etc. C-atract* for Deeds may be made until further notice, stipula ting the purchase money to be paid In five annual Installments.— The first to became due in two years from the dale of Contract, and the others annually thereafter. The last payment will h.-come due at the end of the sixth year from the dale of the contract, and the lands arc not subject to laxauon till finally paid for. Interest will be charged at only three per cent per annum. As a security to the performance of the contract, the first two year’s Interest rou-t be paid in advance, and it must be understood that at least one-tenth of the land purchased shall yearly be brought under cultivation. Twenty per cent, from the credit price will he deduct'd for cash. The Company's construction bunds will be re ceived a* cssh. Ready Framed F irm BuiUlmgs, which can be set up In a f« w days, can l»e oM.tin* d from responsible persons. The stli: he It fret by W feet divided Into one living and three bed rooms, and will >ua complete set up on ground chosen anywhere along the Itnad. f'ifsl In c.idi, exclusive of transportation larger bu.Ulings ntar hr contracted for at proportionate rale*. Hie Com pany will forward all Ihs man nab for auch building* over their road promptly. It Is believed that the price, long credit, aud low rate of Interest, •’harge’d Cor tbesr land*, will suable a roan with a frw hundred dol lar* to cash and ordinary Industry, to make liimaelf independent before all the purchase money becomes due. In the meantime, the rapid *. ft lenient of the rountry will probably have Increased their value four or five f..!d. Wll iMMpil enoed parson wifi acmnifiany sppllcanU, to five Information and aid in Selecting land*. Circulars containing numerous Instances of sncreasfel fainting, signed by r.'«fwetable and well known farm* rs living m Hie neigh borhood sf the Kaitroad lands, throughout the Plate - also the cost ot fencing, price nfcatth-, expense of harvesting, thrashing, etc , by contract—or any oilier Information—will be cheerfully given on ipplication, either personally or by letter, In English, French, or Herman, addressed t- JOHN WIlJtON, Land Commissioner of Illinois Central R R. Co., Office in Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Chicago, Illinois. ocl? - 1Uu _ JOHN CJ • IHAI’EK, TAILOR AND DRAPER, EXCHANGE BUILDING, roosTXKwrn xvasrr, aicwwoxn, viaoisis. WOULD re*jH*ctfiiUy call attention to his new styles of FALL and WINTER OOOPfl.__wfi dlj nAWFACTrSERS’ S A V I N a S HANK. CHARTERED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF YIHGIMA ! '■HUM INNT1TI TION will rmln U^>o.lu>, on which H. an interest of sir per cent, per annum Is paid on aJl sums re nainlng on deposits longer than six months, and five percent, when rinalrilng n OrricR— At thH Hardware Store of C J. Surrox A Co., 71 Main st, uwl at the Banking House of R. II. MtcmT A Co , corner of Main tnd Wall st ret ts. G. WORTHAM, President. D. BARER. Jr., Secretary. C. J. bINTON, Treasurer. direftohn: Ro H. Maury, Wm. Taylor, Jno. II. On-satT, Cornelius Crew, J st. M. Talbott, David Currie, Hiram M. Smith, P. 0 Unii, F. 8. Turpin, P. II. Butler, Chat. Millspaugh, Ro. e. Christian, John C. Hinton, W. II. Ross, Anson Richards, Franklin Bteams. Jam*-* Williams, Richmond, IflUb iepisaMf, HM> sett ■Muss oumn urs mathematical school. - J II. UlNroRD, I W. T. IIAII.KY, A. B , ( PrlncIpiUi. Prof. KMIKN.nf I'.n., Prnf-a.nr of M<.)<rn l,ninir-i rllB usdcrslgned will (-pen n School on Mondar BepA 9th, in the Inra* and commodious rooms on 7th street formerly known as he City Spring Institute They design opening a school of the high* »l grade, where boys will he thoroughly and accurately prepared •ither for Uie University, or for aoy of our Colleges, or lilted for he ItoslMM of Ills. Special attention will lie bestowed upon ths English Departments is it Is considered to be too much neglected. TERMS. Payable, semi-annually in advance, session 9)4 months: English Branches . .f M.igi Imtln and higher Mathematics.. fsijiO Creek. 1«lgfMi Modern Languages, each.BBJW Jolt 9th, 1 <4. Mr. W. E. Halley griwInaN at R. M. College with honor. In June ast. lie propose* to devote himself to school teaching I cheerfully ind confidently* recommend him for scholarship and high moral haraeter, and with some experience In the huetneia «>f teaching ind motives to enterprise. I have no doobt lie will meet U.e expec* stions of all reasonable patrons. WM A. SMITH, I'reet. of Randolph Macon College. Mr. J. If. Bin ford Is a graduate of the University of Va., and has •sen successfully enraged In teaching during the last four years. Ism and Western Virginia. fMtiwilAi from the Pre emors of the Unlvendty and Me patrons can be seen, if desired, at drears HInford A Porter's Cabinet Warcrooms, Franklin St. J. II UINFORD, au1—IT_W.T. Batlet.a n VO I'M — I have this day received two rases of ^ i. w goods direct from Paris, containing dent's Cork and ill NMible.*^ BOOTS ami GA ITERS tor Fall and Win Ur fll sear. Also, a case containing Fr-rich Calf Skins, of su* 1 W^ wrlor quality, Imported l*y myself direct from Paris, and ho second fiufitpakl for gaods bought second handed fr<m» U.e North. All hose who wish to purrtmsc rood Hoots and Shoes, richer mansfac* ur*d by myself or Monsieur M* lies of Paris, I would most respect* oily Invite them U> call and examine for themselves ALEXANDER HILL, Manufacturer and Importer of French Roots and “!*>. *, And materials for the manufarlure of the same, 127 Main street, Richmond, Va. p. S. I have alrevly sent out large orders for materials an l ready nade work, to U shipped to me direct for the nr it Spring and Sum* "" _y- nolf Vr.NY I flPOK TANTTo 1,4 HU *. We. _ of wur l-ndv ft X.'A'WEb. >oth In 0*e city and country, to an examination of nor large and raned assortment of Uidles', Misses' and Children's Shoes, which :sn«Ms of: ladles' Black Congrem Gaiters, with and without heeft u •• Uce M " M M " M •• « Creole •« " « '* Cob red M •• M •* s M ** Morocco Boots, with and without lierta * KM •• •• •* ** Wlnsr Eld and Morocco Slipper*, with and Without heels ** Preneh Kid Stlmiers, vrry soft and nice White Kid and Satin tUtppees, very floe and plot “ very fine French Parlor Mippers •* Morocrn and Kid thick and thin soled Boots, with and Without heels " Morocco and Ktd fhlet and thin aoled Buskin* Misses* Black flatters, with and Without he* la Colored '* Mutton and Lnoe, will, and without beets M Colored and Blxcfc Morocco Boots, •* " M •• ;; '' -JV 1 •' - Mpfd w.tfi ptt leather H Black Morocco gt• pperw Children's Colored Hutton and Last Gaiters, with and without heels " Black Iacs Oattrrs " CoPd and Black Morocco and Pat Laathsy Boot* and Ankle Ths '* Goat B*>ots, thick antra. Together with many rdher style#, too numeroua |o mention Call and sew them, at PV'TNEV A WATTE* No in Mam afreet, H.. bo. »,d, Va ||IIIV t’l l: ftf’VffMII, Mill IflHEl ILr.k. The E nodi rslgm d, d«wtr« t to call the atter.ilon of Parra's and Goar 'lafis having children o#stow mental or >4./steal develop, iwent, t« ) he fart,that he hat opened In Ifxr'rm, afi« m»l« s lh>f* »f»e fhfw /New Tortr.fn a very h* alfhft.1 and heaottfnl h-*ation. * PRIVATE [AMILT it IIOhl w*wrr so* h children can hr received and taught. ! ■he experience I# has had for n»or* than eight years, In connection r1fh the Massachusetts o»**1 Pennsylvania Fta»e Institutions for • Hols, hi- s'mwo him (bat very much can be Am la bringing dew* ' t.iKtr*u fo a n»<.r* norm-. I condMlon. In many InStaoeca, Ik- has sd them return home, either 1o enter a common arhool wfff. adran* Ige, or engage In the duties of Id. wilt, ewers*.. V* ssrller the raining commences, the HeWsr. For deodars, refe.. one g-, *| JAM MB. RlGlUm, N- * ■ l Broadwsy, or llartem, NewVovk \i • S'IPP’*. I %S • mill % I I . tun Young*.'• All .a tie, ,4ois, S doth Hi rg#i j U *0r M ion's la.gdne cnar. |. At hotl'f. Ilarktei. pt rk.ns A <V'* lon.f. u Tor* In storr and f-.r sal. hy RFLGFN A MII.I.VF. t delfi Corner Ptan and Cary streets. —«■».mi In i———— tsssm*^:, UUUHRMTMBU AM K1UI L MAIL HOUlflM 4 4 _ • »n_JOHN R. T1MBKRLABR, Bnpavl atandent. 2 MIIRIMNBAHBPBTKRMII ■« RAla.Mffi.AJA i jajnauuua * -■»»■- Rf i ■ 1- ■ r 1-3QC3BH'. HIXlKR ARKA.TtaK.MEft’T. » *«*» tkl* Ofto, the trainee. this Bw4 win rea a* tot mm tun ucmwD mi i au.ina* ' *vm. Utvwwgb hmn|« dally, (Banday* r «rrp U<) U. . ..A* •VI* A. M Mad, through huKiinr, daily, al.|k h • u AwuaunUUM and Itcljki, daily, iiictiii ha _ d»yO Ai..8 * “ A. M I Norfolk Train M.oUy», Wcdneolaya lad Ptiday. .A* “ A M TAAiaa LiiM maaatiM rua uaauD. Biynaa, through Puurnger dally at.AW « A.* AccoauuodaUoo and freight, dally, |iiw|i| Bun „dayv) U... t« i u ‘ **»“ »»d through ptwnpr, dally, tvacrpt Baa- ' *»rO m.. •• *. H, UC1*»» am do via am. rtT »« h» a'tactod to IK. coal trill .Kick leave Richmond, dally, rxrcpl Muxtay*, al IV A. M. PuMrnvrr. coming Koto Clover lliu hy thla train man to al Ihc nil al II* A. M. and al U» Bum ml Depot by If M. i The Ivprcu train* will only Mop al tto hair way Btattoa to take op or pat down wiy pawn fee*. Tto Mall train! will Mop wton Ihrr* ire pammwrr* to taka ap ov Button, Cluvvr II nad Port Walthall Junctlona Tto accommodation train will .top al nil tto regular Mopping pla dtowton there arr wmipn to Ukr ap or pot down. Tto Ban am and Mall Train, from Richmond connect with tto Southern Train, at Petersburg for Weldon, Raleigh, Wilmington, dr. Through Ticket* to W.ldoo can to p roe areal al tto ticket office la Efchmond. The same train* from Petersburg connect al Rkhmond with the Northern train* h>r Washington, Baftttnorr. Ac. Through ticket* for Washington, twit I ivore ami Philadelphia, can be procured at the tick* st Ifllga in Petersburg. Pars for white person*.A “ Chlhtren over B and not over 1* years of age* .*,".*.1 S3 * Colored person* In servant** ear. 85 Colored patron, will not to permuted In tto firm clam car. except when In attendance on Infant children, or *kk persons, absolutely requiring their care, in whkh case lbs same fare as far white persons will be charged. - a oiecouni 01 iu cents win n* Allowed on each fare wlien ticket* are purchased at tha office, and to per eon* getting on the care where ao ticket* are *oM. •trranu travelling by themselves mart be furnished by their mas ter* with two pemei, *o that on* can be retained al the oOeat and H mast bo expressly staled on U>e pas* that they are permitted to go oo the cars. _ _ . _ _ THOM AY ’ OD AMKAD, Superintendent. 0«re R. A P. E. E. Co., Oct. 15th, 1854._ ocM Daily uni to tur Virginia springs—grntral Railroad extended to Mllboru'. To Rockbndgu Alum, Bath Alam and Warm Spring*, and to Lexington In one day. To White Sulphur, Rsd and Sweet Spring* In on* and a hall day*, and to Balt Sulphur second day In Ihe eeenlng. track I* now being laid, and by the Irt of July wUI be open to Milboro ,54 miles from the While Sulphur Springs; from Ihe llral lug, £1 tulles. Hot Springs, tu mile*; Warm Springs, 15 uillrs; Bali. Alnm. lo miles; and from the Rockbridge Springs, ft mile*. *’**•*',r*Tr Hlehmond ati'tlAN, din* at Staunton; arris, at Milboro at 4* P M; Uieoco by Stage* to tb* Warm Springs, lo onpper. Leave neat day al 41* A M, passing by the llut and Heal ing Springs, and reach tb* While Sulphur by IJj PM, Ihe Red Sweet and old Sweet to dinner, end the Bolt Sulphur by nlgbl Ihe second day. Ttirnugh ticket* by Harman A Brown'* Stage*—lo the While Snl. phttr, $11; to tier Sweet Springs, f 10; to th* Salt Sulphur, fit—also U L'.'. the other Spring* and Pi Lexington. Iff" See Ticket Ageul in Itlchuiond. There are many object* of Interest on this line, bat the MOUN TAIN TRACK, passing orrr tb* top of to* III.,, ludge, at HoekOsh Gap, will repay a ride of Pve hundred rai'.ea It luu been workud with perfect suceess fur more than two years. _ , „ JNO. kl. T1MBKRLARB, BupL Office Va. Central Railroad, Rlchuoud. OUR UNI OP STAGES Will leare Ibe Urminur of the Railroad Imnnd.aicly after the arri val of the cars, and reach the Warm Springs l>efor* • o'clock. Thl* Is the old familiar rouio to ihe Springs, and la undoubtedly the best Prom Milboro’ to the White Sulphur there 1s fra* tinging ftp right miirm than by any oilier route, with sUU a greater differ eocr to favor of the road*. Tbe public may rely on nor always haying nftunrftmf Stag* ,ir rmnuluftm, wltbout crowding, and every effort being made to pleas* the traveler*, by haring careful driver* and making good HARMAN A BROWN. _J*2—U ■Mi ll TfllMI AND DANVII.I.K HAII.HOAD. CIlANCF. OK 8CHKUULK. WINTER A R R A NU E M E N T. ON AND AFTER OCTOBER the 1st, ISM, the MAIL TRAIN will leave Richmond daily iSunday's rxcept- ft od)al> o'clock, A. M. Arrive at Junction, eoiine.Ui . ttuvrl with the Soullishle Railroad going to Lynchburg, at IlIrifi^K o'clock, M. Arrive In Danville at 5 o'clock, P. M. Returning, leave Danville al T.lft o'clock, A. U. Arrive at Junc tion at 1* nfelock, M. Arrive al Richmond al U.1S o'clock, P. M. The Trains of the Richmond and Danville Railroad and the South aide Railroad, connect at the Junction, going both ways, al 12 °'cl<2?’ M" 0. CAMPBELL, la*___General Superintendent. VIUUINIA AND TENNEKREE 1777 RAILROAD.—A7>77/’AT 70 PASSER- -%sj r-iQuge 0/rffX—CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.-On amt alTT^Trt STlL ber, the road will be cnmpl, led lo the T. nn. isre line, and the Par •enifi-r TfhIii will run at r<il!<.vi ; leave Lynchburg at 6 4ft A. M. and reach Bristol at 4 P. M. Leave Bristol at 4 2u A. M. and reach LynYbburg at 5 15 P M. *e£l-3in K U. GILL, Gen. Sup't, OHANGE OF SCHKDULE^ 4i 4i r «i ii r. it mu. FARE FROM RICHMOND, PffiNO Lynchburg ftl ftu | To Ir x Ingtoa ft up A To Itoclianan 4 UU | To Ihe Natural Bridge « ftu Pare from both Richmond ami Lynchburg to Charlctlesrllle, |1 ftO ha tutted, <>u a fair Irtal, that ihe m-ynrily of travel on the Packet Boats are Ire Iter accommodated hy leaving In the evening, w* return lo the old hours—on ami after Die tu I maiant, leaving Klrhiaund Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at ft P. M., rearh New Oanton al 9 A. M., and Scottavillr 12 M. of Hie ftr,1, ami Lvneiihurg at ft A. M and Buchanan and Icxlngton at 6 P. M. of the second day. Returning, leare Buchanan at 4 A. M., and Lynchburg at TV P. M., Monday, Wrdnrulay and Friday, roach ScoUsnlle al luu A. M New Canton at 1 V P. M., and arrive in Richmond at ft next A. M The Boats connect at New Canton with Uie Stage for the Institute and Buckingham 0. II., and In ScottartUe with the Stage lor Char lottesville. .er See Time and Distances, In Card belnw : Loire Richmond Jhmtlay, Ltntt /.paahl.urg Wonting, Wr-lnrutay an -I Prltlay, al H'rt'ntn/ay anti FrUtay. al S P. W. 7* W. xaaiv* XT Tuts. MILAS xaxiva xr timk. wilbi Mxnakinb.wn » ru IT Staph s'Mill*, II ru IT Joiles Ferry, 10 r u S3 Bent Creek, 2 x M 8u iflchanx’t Ferry, 13 m 31 Tye River, 4 “88 Ot.!ar Point, 12V » * *1 Hxrdwleksrin*, 6V “ 48 Jefferson, 2 “89 Warminster, “ 48 Pemberton, 4V “ 17 HownrdsviUe, 8 •• ftg Columbia, «V " 67 Scoitovllle, luV •* SI New Canton, 9 •• 04 New Canton, IV r tt 80 Scottsvllle, 12V r h 19 Colombia, 8v “ 90 Howard sv 111*, 2V " 91 Pemberton, ftV ** lim Warminster, 41* “ 99 Jefferson, TV “ HlT Hardswl.-kvitle, Ml •• ltrt Cedar Point 9 •• 114 Tye Hirer, «V “ lin Mlehaux's Ferry, 9V " 11# Beni Creek, SV “ 117 Jnde't Perry, 11 •• 124 Staples' Mills, 11V r w 1*9 Maimklniown, Vxw 129 Lynchburg, 5 x a 148 Richmond, ft “ 144 I HOTD, KDMOND A DAVENPORT. Richmond, Orlober 14, 14,’-'.. oclS I MOI'TIIF.K* mPORTHU •il N ANII SI'IIHTIMl ENTARUKHMENT. SAMUEL SUTH ERI ,AN 13, iMri«m and MAKcricrvRM or C'l inn,*;*, Pirroi.N, «unw a ^ V MATKRIAIeH. Ami thr Anrr «terrri|>Mon« of T\jJ CUTLtRT, no. 112 Mxlu »4rt*rt, Richmond, V>nrmla, t*V» thr attention of the fbmthfrn pnMIr to hi* larir* l/1 •r»d well •elxetr.t Mock of flood*. lie Import* di i rertly from Knropr, and U therefore *rtmblctl to supply Hun*, Vi«tol*, n*hln* #/*rklr. Walking C«nr*, Ac., upon n« rrA*«.nable term* m* otmlUr rnod* nn br purcbmtrd In the Northern rltle«. While, al tl»e noie time, he know*, from Ion* experience id the tr*4e, that hi* Hock I* better adapted to the Wanta or the Southern puhlta than can generally l*e found In U.e Urg**t lfntH>rtln« houxra In Ihe Northern and Ka*tern cities. Ffr deems It unnecttaary to particularl*r hi* •lock. Hufllre It to say, that It compii*e* every article In the trade, from Prrcuaione Capa up to the larffeet Hwlrel duns, lie a*k* a rail frim* Routtirrn Merchants and others, with the assurance that both prtoea and goads shall prove satisfactory. o«T PVIIMP HAIin. CAULK FOUSiifttY, Richmond, Virginia, C*»T m,u, htvkm ratal. aid nrrunm,, IWW ANUPA(Tn;KO< TUGOMUTIVK ENGINES, TEN- ■ i” dvr*. Railroad Cara, and all descriptions of Rail* N), jd road Marlon, ry, Htattonary Engines of any r.'julrrd zfh£|| Rower. Alan, Portable Engines, wllh a derided Improve- UBSg ment over any others lieretofore made, (from S to 411 horee-power.) on whorl,, and well adaptrd !o farming purposes, grUing lumlo-r, Ac, with Improved Circular Portable Saw-Mill* attached. of I at, gg ao.l M clasi. Alining Machinery, Octal and Raw-Mill Machinery, vorglnga and Tobacco factory K,starve of every kind : *Un. Rraae and Iron Casting, made to order. P. RAIIM. Rt-vnaa Ouaaa, Caroline Couaty, Oct. IT, ISM. Mr. PHILIP RAIIM, Ragle foundry, Richmond, Va. t DsaaSia—It ie with phaeure that I give my testimony In regard to tl,e performance af the IV Horae Power Engine and Third Cl a eg Mill ptirrlutaed of you in January last. I tadieve It will drive a 48 Inrl. Raw, and that la more than you rroommr,-led It to do I have no doubt that the farmers will And In tble Login,. a u.rful Imple tnrnl on a farm, and recommend It to all who are In want of K„. glnc*. I ran aaw from 8 to 4J«0 feet per day of Inch |N,ard. Your* rcepectfuRy, IIKNRY H. (.KOROP., apis A NKW AND IMPORTANT. ■AIMOVI'.MV 18 Til ft S4 ll;M E OF MEDI* CIREi KNORA VINOS Of THR 8KAIJI of TIIR PATENT OfflCE Of ORKAT IIKITAIN, KCOLI UK PHARMACI* PIIAHAIACIKN HR PARIS, ANH IMI'KRIAI. OOLI.KOR Of MKHICINR, ViRNNA. aea aflieed up,.,, rarh wrapper, and around each rase of TMIISI N IH, NO I, 8, A8D1, ■"'** proL .-ting (be peddle awalntl twirar,which ara liable to (he eeven-it penalties enurte ol law can award, nH. If A. HARROW. Mtmbtr of Iho-IMPERIAL OOLl.fOE of VIENNA, and HOV A I, COM.KG K of HI'HOKONd LHNOON, nay he PERSONALLY CONRCI.TEII at hi. r,.td- »ce, 1ST PRINCE »•*» of Rroadway.) Awe York, PROM II IN rilR MffKNINfl TIM, i ANH f ROM I TILI. A IN TIIE. EYENINI#, [Sundays egcvjded) note hy special appointment TRlEsEMAM No. I, la tie, remedy for REI,ATATION, fPERMA FfiRRIlfEA, and all Ihe dietrnming coneeepieneee arielog Worn ear ly aimer, Indiscriminate eereaeee, oe ton long residence In hot rll f Afrt- ll hae invigorated and restored to perfect health, thousands ef the dehltHeted who are now In Ihe enjoyment of all the Euoe ilon. of Manhood, and whaterer may he the CAl'SEa, every DIR lUAf.fffOATfOW f„r MARIIIAOR It grrtrrrtu.T erenow# by tble wonderful dlarnvevy! TEIEJiEM AH. No f J , enrnpletsly and entirely eradlealet all Ira. -ea of (l. nor r'-.Di, both In lie mild and nggravated forma, meets, Mrletarrea, Irritation of Ihe Mladder, non retention of the t'rlne, Heine of the Inina and Kidneys, and ihoae disorders where Cnpnlva tn.1 Onhelra hare an long been thought an antidote, to the ruin of the health nf a vael portion of the population. TKIE8EMAR, No III.—Is the greet Continental Remedy for Hy dolls and Seconder r Symptoms. It also ennefttnfee a certain ears ■oe Reurvy, Rorofu a, and all Cutaneous Ernpn-ne, reeonvir.g and 'ipelllng In Its course all Imparities from the vital stream, eoaa nl ogetfwr In crsdtcnle Ih* rim* nf dfaeaee, and M a arver fa,Hag letnedy for that elaaa of disorders which tmfortunalely the Eng ish physician treats with Mereary, to the IperRaMe da ear a, tl,ei nf he patient’s cnetllntlon, and wllh all Ihe Sarsaparilla In (be wnrbl Ynnnl ffUloYf. THIMtEMAR, No J,|, and (, are prepared In Ihe farm nf a log. •nwe,, devoid of ta*t* or emell, and ran he earrtrd Ih the waieteoat meket fbM in tin ca»*», ftml ttirli/**l Info oy.ovrf. rfoeee, rve r.f o.l a/dee erf by Yalpean. lei He man. Rons. III. ord, dr , Ac price I* each, nr fonr e*ae* in nn* f,-r |V, which earei #8, and in f77 ca ve. wh< rehy Here la a saving of |», Re hr I It tea > enrvrieva having hern ma-le with the define JCe ir.eeee, dm nlr. dollar ease* ot Trleeeoiar, and the toffee atce*. ere ->r warded hy Hr Harrow, rrtrr/rrge/„r/</, Inwweilhilely > a ree, tv ng a rerndtnnre. In any part of Ihe world, error, ly parked cent ad lr-med according to th» Instruction* of the writer, that securing In he paMtr genuine European preparation*. and e#tMMB£JW“fec inj (Aem f,ns t/mr/oe, c»rf y.rrn/.-frrier fm/b,*>■**. ft,, three Inllar rases sent as usual, hut not free nf carriage, Tn he had al.o, from Hr Narrow, »h.‘ tn ehl.'ollr lilt (rated and | "•l-ular work, -IH MAN fRAII.W, or HirRIOf.OdW’gi, RR 'EA HCIffR " Jl deecrthe* In a clear and hr.,I manner the ranse "d effects of the dlaeae. a above rnuw,crated, with iaetrnctlen* for heir |rr,d>er treatment and rare. Trier Wl rents. Sent fip* to any ddreeu Addrena HR HARROW, HIT Trtoee (hfeei, (gap Moekw Wed ot headway.) New York _____ »<*“<Mf LVfll (Hllhlia A AH f ret t»*. Ryraa ldv««»ri and ■ NmdRh. prepared according to ihe pr. aCWffb-Ride *r Jlne oga of (codon. The very heat article In uar. foe sale only hy nod HENwrrr, HERRS A fTSHER, DruMpeto. for three yeara. I »< worn .town lo a akelHon. 1 tti.-n nunnirnml Ihe U»e of your Ready Relief, Heanlrent, an-l Regulator». The pain left uir In ten id Inn tee, and I began to pain airenpth rery fast, and Could walk wllb raw In a few Wreka. before 1 beard of your Reuir dlea, I uaa taken to Hr. Parkrr, Dr. Reeae, |rr. Wardlr, Dr. Marlelan ami many other phy.lrlani In tbla rlty, I cannot now remember I waa completely pulled U> plecea by litem. My ronatliullon waa broken up with medicine, that ilkt me no pood. I roold not put a fool to the (round, nor pick up a pin. I waa lifted and carried up and d -wn etalri like an Infant; and now, thank Hod I |,y the uae ol your lUmidlea, I aui aa atroop aa ever. I bad the common rheum a Ham- Inflammatory and chronic—and tbe pally. You can puhltab Hill, If you like. KAHAII A. IIOl/OH, *44 Mth atreet, between the Tlh and Sth arcnuc.N, Y. ihiwki. complaints. nftceo to twenty ilropa of R. K. Relief, lu a little water, taken ut every 15 to In minute*, will quickly atop the nmat .liatneoojr die ehargte of Dyaentery and Dlarrhena. It will lo a raw minute, atop the pain. r R. R. R. Remedlea are aobl by all the Druntata In Ihe State, and hy Purcell, Ladd A Co., Richmond; alao, by Arile A Oray, Rich “?n!,o a , RADWAT A 00., Ml*—Saw!y—mbM_1SS FuKon atraat. H.w To7k. DIX, EDWAm >s SeCJO., No. Ml Rnn«fiw it, New York, rubluh the following MAGAZINES : HOUSEHOLD W0III)h7 OONDUCTKD BY CIIARI.K8 DICKKNP, And ennUInln*, Talea, Kaaaya, and other arll. le., by William Ifow. HI, Lelrh Hunt, tba authored >.f Mary llarum, Itarry Cornwall, WilUe Collina, and all the Fngtlah Writer., I. now (enrrally regard. e.t a. Ibe moat Intereating and popular of Ihe Kogliah Periodleala — lia circulation In Ihia country la cnnatanlly Incrraalng. and to meet Die public demand, Meaara. DIX. KDWARDP A Co , hare made ar rangement! with Ibe KdlP’r and Proprietor! in fngland which will enabte them to taaoe ilu> Weekly Number, atinnltaneouily win, their pnbllcalloti In Fngland The Monthly Petition fa continued. If**' "* Pee lire Weekly Kdtrton, fl eenta per number, ft per an num. For Monthly Kdltkm, per year, or AN rent, a camber.— Thoae remitting |t will recrlrr tire Magaalne free of portage. Cm ic two coptea, (A; three copte., ft THE 8CHOOLrE.LI.OW~ AN ORDINAL ILLUPTRATPli MAOAZINB FOR BOYtf AND It la bow a year alnra ' TUB •CIIOOLFRI LOW" began to be la aued tn Ita preaent form. The put.liahera are happy lo acknowledge the rery cordial nppr relation with which the pubtie haa aart theiref fort! to produce a really beautiful and valuable Magaalne for fbi|. dren. The vapenw haa keen heavy, but ihe reiorn la cnmmenra rale; and ih« enlarged mourcee at their romuund anatd* them in pr.imlee additional Impravemenle In tbe qualliy of the work, and greater rarteiy and n.terrM In Its aru. lea. Pome of the beat art P r. amt aril.I« of Ibe muniry are now engaged for ita page! r and Dm .ame rlgllant eare will be e a, deed, that a pure ami true epint Mill Juatify the tlaim of TIIR HCIIOOl.FFI.UlW la be the emu panl. n ami friend of children in every trrtlo'i of tbe oeunl y. TIIR SCHOOI.FBt.L0W may be obtained of HookJeller., New. Ageoia, or of ihe PuMi.hera. Team.— One Dollar a year (parable alway. In adrance.) or 10 ante a number. CMua-Pour coatee lo one addreaa, |tlb0, flv* coplea, #4, eight eoplea, |4. The Heat ft ltd tnnat Piiuliful Prir.e, of f lie 8«a«(ir, A FA MOCK CH A NCR FOR BOTP AND OIRIR TO THF NOT wlm abaft .end ill Ihe large! numb, r nt one dollar Pubeeripllnna to "Tlf K POHOOLPPI.I/IW, by the 0r« nf Fri.ru,r, T- »'ft award a handaome e»t of Carpenters Tn..l«, complete and aerrlceatde, and made fa awlt h a hand, In an ornamental her mark ed with Min .fiw TO THF Ol Rl. who aha It lend ne the larged lot of age dollar Pah wr there lo TIIR WJHOOI.PRLI.OW « m Ho. aame Hum. we will ore. nrol a rtiarmtng Cldna Tea Pet, h.llllnnlly decorated In entera and having her name, In g'dd, on every piece, Boya and Olrta-Pchonlmatc* and Playmntee-ln Town and Town, try- begin now and be bway and amnrt till Ilia Aral of February. .SJPCI4L Tagua roa ill Tna«k nr ora M to trivia! rUTNAM-p MONTHl.r and IIOUPKHOLII WORliP lo ana addreaa Five D.llara: FfTNAM P MONTHLY or H0UPKII0LD WORliP with THF PcffOOI.FFM.OW to one addreaa. Three D.dlare and fifty Magaatnea, Plre Holiara and fifty Centl. TUTNAWP MON fill.V oe IIOUPKIfOl.D WORliP awpplied in Powtmaatera, T. acheva and Clergymen at Two Duilara ier annum. d»l4 IwdAw. T„ . HOOK AiiRNff, HF Puhwerthera haee eetaMlat-. d a Wor.k Agency In Philadelphia, and will furnlah nny honk of publication nt the retail price free of poet age. Any perwnne, by forwarding the eutraerlptk.n price of any of the Magvatne., eueh aa ItarperS, OndceS, Fmnam'a. OrahamS, Fr.nk LertteS Paatitana, Ac., will receive the magaainra tor .me year, and a copy of a ftdcnrtld llihogr.pl, portrait af either wnatdngf m., Jactonn nr Ctny ; or, tf ,ul ur ihtng InafS tad a >1 Magaalne. that willI receive n entry nf either of the three awrtraltf I If aubarrlldn to a 4* worth of itag.ainre, alllhree portrait, wilt hr •rnt gratia. Mu tie furnUhrd In thoae who may with It. . Fyr^-fTtpttnn and ei«r, m large nr email quantl Itea, fumt.lwd, HeaJTrrwa.w In—, An, rent -n order. Kvery dearetptton of Frurr.elngnn wood .Treated with oral area anddNpateh. Twwaaf Imttdlnra. New-.a per Heading. Flew, ol Machinery, Bonk tlloMr.Oon., lodg. C. nUe.te.. Rw.lnMaC.rd, he ! ,'F ">•" pramidly attended to. P. rmu wbdtlngvirwa 1 jf theIr budding, ana aead a Daguerreotype nr aheleh ul Ihahulldlng feraen. at a diatar.ee having aaleatde nrH. tr. weuM Sml It mts.tr wn^f**■'~Wrrt>'r’'“&X7 h"< Ml Soath Third i cral, FMMdaipMaf, Fa. L_a. rv»«w. «. WAT rnikoa. •OM ||«1| ~ ra-m-mgirnm «Hl,|W received from New York an.I Ptilln.IHi.liin, selected In person, and bought (be earh, which be ogrts JJ * "7 *'oall ndtnnce («.r the money or city acceptance*, on aboil tune. Among*t his nsanriment will be losnd ; *!il bxa Layer And Hunch Ral 1ft ban Sicily Soft Alur.nda .. "ns „ 6 bales Marseilles do I" Prunes g do liordeaux do °J'W . »0 bags Palm Null *o buses Kuck Candy lu do filberts . f?T* 8,n,lo« >« do Walnuts ft bbla. (htrr.nla »ft here. gheltod Almond. , Poke* citron ifto drama (rob rig. ISno fresh Coroanuta * M boxes Oordla and Muarat Wine Tngetlmr will, frash CANDIK8, of hit awn manufacture, A No I. od*j!f<^IIr‘l ln eu°ventenl boles, and warrantad better than any other Candy made for wholesale In the State. 9 A WO—A large assortment of Olgara, Fancy Onoda, Ac Ac ... _ LOCIS J WWII.IV, ar?r. - dAcly gleam Candy Manufacturer. No. Inf Main .1 MU. < t’lltll.x, I RAO. FASHIONABLE CLOTHING. 1IIKH leave lo rvturn my many thank, for the liberal patronage aeatowrd upon me of Into year., and hope by Hose attention to inypMr.iin want, to inarit a continuance ot the urn*, llo .n , T ,h*" *ver mn.l I am determined 0»«BSdcaumpMta.n) te mu „y good, (of tha same qnain, amt Workmaiohlp) aa law aa any bourn In my line In Virginia. new .‘od'Ln '’l i**T* f,0'1 »®P1« P* ‘i.wir. • #<■ My Myles are new, and wt|| consist of all Hie latest and most desirable .tylea an.l l>a tarns boat of car and nuerau, In the markrt. A rail la respect (ulW solicited from all In need .1 I If VI k I > .ST It f;»;r rail SMALL PROFITS, LAKHK SAI.Kfet — HOOD ART! CLKH AND SATISFACTION TO THK UUYRII *t;i_ WM- ,RA BMrr" t’ A LL M T OC k . BOOTS, SHOES, THUMBS, he. t JOHN P PAOK, Ja .respectfully annoanera _ hla friends and Ihe pobtlc generally that 1KJJ I Tu he la now receiving, and will rnt.il,.ue to re BRbk\A Celve by every arrival from Ihe North, hit r.ll an.l Winter stock of HOOT*, NllfIKM, Till'I HI, AC., consisting of Ihe usual variety of .tapir goad., together with every thing new In lilt line of business. Ml. .lock ha. just been select..I by himself with great rare, of the moat rrlrhr.ted manufa. ti.rrr., ami bought f..r tha moat part with caah, and l.v gaiters him*If mil compare favorably aa to style.quality and price wlthany inthiartly Ilia stork of manufacturing material It aeron.1 lo none, roa.latlng aa It does of the very bawt brand, of French and Oerimm Calf halos, Ouat and Morocco kkina. for gentlemen', wenr, and He last imported atork of every description for ladles' Mailer, and Shwa Me respectfully Invites a call from hla friends nnd the public ' "■ JOHN 0. FAflg, J»„ 111 Main .t.*.t CAHMIAUCM CAMMIA«KAII cm aa. AI.FRKD KINfl, jff-%7 0. sauna Naaurtuwava, <asa aqtrt.1 .stow avou.v... I. vaE,” Ur a a a ■ 1.1 a svasar, AS on hand a large assortment ,,f be.I quality, and moat Fa.h Ion able Styles, Ooarhea, Coaoheee, Oharrtottrca, Harnochet, kawnys, Hilda Seal Top Naggys.and Buggy. with and with.-el / have also al my Repository a large assortment of Northern mads Marriages, manufactured by tha moat approved makers, ranging from Ihe lightest style of no toy Baggy, to the knot order of ranches Those In want o( rarrlagee will And It to their Interest to rail and axaminr my stock, aa I aaa determined to e.11 on Ihe meat reasons ate terms. _ _ mN X HI II Itl Its- II tllIMT till. Wt hart . we, and tor sale at low prleea, a large assortment of Halldera* Hard ’'.•'.’Vlf1' !* *"4 flat locks, with mineral, porcelain and plated Knnhe; rshite.I and Hiding door Locka; v,ry superior front door Hm and mortice hock.; Iron and braaa whe. I ph.-arm: Iron an>1 brass Rail; Slake a Window PoMtes ; gash Oord • squarr. round. iS*h' o'l! "r, •"'* W &'*“> ,to®r *n* Mind Hinge*. Soth leek, Blind Faelenlng. - gavh Weights; cat sad wrought Nalls, Roaring. Brails i flni.hing Rail.; gimlet pointed Screw., Ar „ I'l.ARKUON A ANDFRgON, —11 _ Rn !«• Main .trrel, Wi utti is s loin t>„ rn Aiiimr a large atork of um(n i:kii:« Ann ahn, rnn.lstlog tn part aa follows ; gg hhda. N. 0. and On ha Roger |g hhde Bacon SI Am, PtmnMer. and Ham. •IB hags Rio, latgaayra and Java Oedbe M bbla, Crushed, Powdered ami Coign- Tellnw guvar *S hoses Adamantine and Tallow Candlaa Bft hhl. No I Mackerel *00 reams Wrapping f’aper Inti dowm FaJoieil rails imt A. sen Broom. Ml package* Meeen and Mark Tea MB hose. Tobacco, vartan. brands BkJgW Cigars, do do •Sfl Mda Common ami CM Rye Whi.kr HI hMa Rrer's Pommel dean do ft# hMa Rvaady «0 '» plpea da ,jw H »od> pipe. Frearh Brandy, h . iSTi1' Allspice, Nutmeg., fling,r, Mustard. ChnenhH*. Sl.reh, Soda, leading an I Tow lines. g.'l Onr.KOnttlmTtom 'Jf'TfAr. and olh*r arltctea Ion numernaaii. mention liinf.Mri «,' 1 n* r ho sale tom to CO a* „r prn.p, e,„|« emlomer. *^h _ RttCUFTB A nor A LAPP TO*‘?*£*W* Nffll.t ndMlf'kmh.tv Pel r£mv!d Md?Vli.'to?” B"’M" «»'*"d~/rml o,ryfr, to* reeetvmi and for sals by ggl.DFN * Mil Vru ’ Oovaar Fea.l and Oary Wrevto. _ I feitkATWII I h ih*. .***» mM Rowset tai„ I»U S»ieytt^d»jBfiS!t!fugs <**»_**^- ,AM»; ham Mwtm IMm mm M* HUMt *••“« U* mriMtb IaMkM «»* mm read Mai* UwiilHani tM all who desk* a nr1 rwealli aad UothgfUs Medh In. U|Mte ofaLt.aTs iSmwTu ; *>--"-■ -»■»• *■—r1— rir-ITha-. Snrm. oat whaStluul U l» • fMRhdRhnmaorvad lb. cases w. hef^Llloh. lUxirt lui *•*«“> RMuToian Iwaian, ami tiwaib Rami > Map Ik. ami lorturiu and In Inf Ik DltMMl | _ LOW At 4 00b ' *” ***"“* ,Nl**111 »■•»«■«»» tabs, lathe Mem af *,?fh. "Jf ?* **^Wnato taka, la Um Cam af a HI CmUmj da sot War* lha bopsU c«MIt«, a or dapteta ar Paata Ik a^aartfE lar discharge* af Ihr hnnrlr at a regular period af Ikaa Mb. They reamer all had hell ago from the mlad and cnrruM he maen from tee body Every ana who lake, thorn rvfatara ai the baa K/y^A,**** "P"* ,h* bonMa, Llrer, Mia, Kidney. 6*h. They prod ore I he am happy .Recta apaa lha Uveyea the; do upon Ih. bowels ; upon the 8km aa they do npou Urn Famrens apoa the Warren, aa they do apon the Kidney* | apoa Um A Wert “MO, »* they de apaa the L.ete.lc • up— the laraeakalUi. ae lhay d ■poo Um OfamlnUr System :—via. Regulate each Organ end tleatea la A healthy and haneontoo. action. •Ui. They are mUd la their operation, pleaaaal lo tab*. "The; never lorn nut stomach," m aa old lady nooo romart.il la aa, mm daMaygrlpn, ar la any nine rouder IhaMMlroadbagreMtli la Ibal Tib. They are entirely Vegetable, prepared from the Active Frta elpu only, of Aromatic Ucaa, Ptanta. Roots, Ualsams, A*. Tl-e] are highly concentrated, nothing Inert le la thrlr composition—U* j are mUd y*« acUve. Una Regulator la morn powerful, lu eiprllln) from the Hystem diseased and aetlmaplaaa humor., than ill of U.i ta »PPPowd pUW lu um, and yM I here are no vlolaat purgiugi BO KTlpmg pain., aa slekaem at ataan rh, ae uUmr anpteuaal era aatlon. creeping aeee you from Umlr am The fact la, Ihelr haallh. propartlm, Instead af merely Irritating the hawala, spread through aat the whole auUra ayalcm, regulating .very organ, and lafuema haallh lo every llmue. Drastic Pills, Halls, Sena, An., act .only ai drain., ami merely Irritate Um bowels lo a Woesome, (to, rvad.r ron me, and If yon taka a be dome of Regulatory wUl feel, lo yoni Joy, the peal difference between Radway‘a Regulator-, that act up an the whole system, ami common pill, ami other drartrlc purgatlevr that causa, by Umlr Irritating properties; a distressing discharge el Um bowels. UNB TO TURRR RIOULATK—FOUR TO SIR FUROR HOW RADWAY’S RKOULATORS AND RKADY RELIEF, CURRlJ THE HON OF JAM let TOMLINSON, OF PATTONSVILLS, SCOTT CO., VA^ OF CHRONIC RHEUMATISM AFTER FIFTRIJv FIIYS1 01ANS r AILED TO RKUKVKUUL READ Tilt LETTER; January Stlh, ISM. Mnmar Rssnsr A On., I bare been agent al this place, FeUoasvinc, Scott Co , Ya., fur aU the beet Fills In use, lor nine years, and In right ffund faith year Regulators (tree better satisfaction In these mountains of Scoll, Va., than all the Pills I bars sold. Everybody down her* call yoar Regs lalora "The Good Fills.** James Tomlinson haa a son that bad boon diseased with the Chronic Rheumatism. Fifteen different physician! haa tried lo rare him, bol coaid not do It, so he tried at a venture, Rad*ay's Regulator, every night, and la iwu weeks he was completely cured. I hare cured a great many people with your Ready Relief, Regulators and Resolvent, that our the doctors down here do make a core, they do It by the owe of your ■wltctnea. Tour* truly, DAVID 0. QlBtfON. NKURALGIA CURED. _ Jacoos, Miss., Feb. 10, ISM ■*r**rf Radway A Co.: A few days since I bought one dollar's Worth of Radsay's lUa.ly Relief. I used It for Neuralgia, and, to my astonishment, it gave tuc almost Instant relief. JAMES T. LISTER. DnrmftrWlk, isS3 I Dwcanaan 81st, ISM CRIPPLED WITH INFIRM!- FKhK FROM FAIN AND TIES. | WALKED WITH RARE Jtrnu asaxMwtnm. A •Severe /Ml Injury tv thr A nee /Via—KrxrucUiting f\tins.— y dmniZ-^jiKvv^W Mlc<k*y ojR,iJu*iy'* Runty Rrtiri UtaauH, West lx Co , Tax* , December 31 si. ISM. 1, JKFT1IA tiAUDIN1EU of tlie above place, do publish, that for many years 1 have been atUicted wlUi Rheumatism, and on the even ing of December flMfc, IsSh, while walking lu my yard, I fell will, great violence on the Ice, bruiting the knee pan Very badly. I fur ther certify that on the above day, Mr. John J. Benedict, a trsv. H. g agent of Hadway A Co., arrived at this place, and hearing of my heavy fall and tlie terrible complaint that afflicted me, ri«uninten ded me to apply Radwaj's Ready Relief, which 1 did, and iu a very sliort time Uie |uni* • eased, tlie swelling abated, and 1 am now altti to walk Without the use of my cane, fr«*e from pain. 1 have i>’yi •vveral other remedies but found no relief. In cases of exlrime pain Rod way'a Ready Relief is far preferable to all other Remedies ; it any one doubts the truth of this certificate, l« t them call ou me at my residence, or write to me at Drv*d«u, T«nn., and I will give them full Information. JKPTII A GARDINIER. For years Mr. Gardlnlrr had suffered tlie torturing pains «.f Kh<u matiaiu, he was unable to walk without Die help of a stick. On the MtS of December l.e Aral trW-J the K. It. Relict—on tlie 31 it he could vwlk without any aid and free frein pain. Let ail who are ''rlpidcd or bvd-rkldcn, think of this. FKVEK AND AGUE. ®*dway's Ready Relief and Railway Regulators, are Positive Cor atlves for Ague and Fever. Let those afflicted lake from *f |0 ft of Rad way's Regulators every i «glit, and a teaspootiful of Ready Re lief, ‘n water, on rising in the ntoruiug, and twice during the day— these will soon free your system from the poison of Ague. Fprlng li a transition season of Uie My—as well as of the year, and the economy of the system demands that the surfeit of the win* 1^ be carried ofT, to CQtUc it to withstand the depressing effects of sunmirr. Hi.I way's Regulators are as nec.wsary to keep up Uie healUi of the Udjr of man, as an occasionable ulbble of fresh grass Is to the ox or the horse. Much i»uln and misery, sickness and long suffering would be pre vented If, on the Arct indication of Uie system being out of order, a dose of Kadway's Regulator* were swallowed. Every dose that is taken • ill infuse new life and fresh strength to the weak and nervous body. SPRING DI9KAHRF. If those who are lul^ci to or afflicted with Fever and Ague, flrad Ache*. Akin IHsea**-*, Hi.aklngs Out, Pimples, Blotch. -, pustules, Tetter*. Radi, Rolls, Humor*,-will use our It. R. Rent.. I ns. we'will guarantee them protection against the visitation of these maladies, or if alhicUd, a *|tee«|y and « ffrrlual cure. RADWAY’fl RENOVATING KFHOLVKNT Is a positive cure lor Humors, and all eruptive Akin Diseases. THE FllteT MtiN. The presence of Pimplrs, Blotches, Pustules, Tttiers. Rad., LUth B*»res, Painful Itrhiugs Hot Flusl»rs, Ac., are sure Indication* of the presence of foreign and impure humors lu the*aysu to, aud if al lowed t.. in tuple with th* l»liM»d and remain in lie system, corrupt ing tlie hits d and Ailing the ** Wers of Iftr hdj with iui| ui itirt,Hon •» and Ulcers will break nut, and cover the body with their rrpulsiV' prvwrnce. Tlie Hkln, under these poisonous influences, becomes an eruptive Volcano, exhibiting to the rye the disgusting lava of <1 be ate, In the form of i*.i|t (thenmi. Cancers. Ulcers. Freer Pores, Puirkl Flesh, King's KvH, and the moot Frightful Kruj4i*>n* uf thr &|-fu. Ra.lw ay** K*uo vat lug Re^dvcut has cured the iu*t Urriblr of Skin Diseases and lluuiors ; It win never fall lu ths worm cases PAINS AND ACHK5. RADWAYTt READY RELIEF. Mas done more to relieve the afflicted of Pains and Aches, and the tortures intb« ted upon the human race by disease, tl.au ail stlier rr mmiks, or the skill of 'be most eminent physicians and surgeons In U»e world. Tl.c moment Rad way's Ready R«l.cf Is applied to the parts wliere pain or uneasiness is sealed. Its soothing effect lx frit,— ll»e sharp, kern darting paroxysms oi Neuralgia, (hr severe and tor turing pains of Rheumatism, the torments of Gout, laiml.ago. Rpralnx, Htraltis and aches of every kind, will oulckly give way on' the application of Rad way's Ready Relief. The most terrible of acute In Ham story diseases have beenctmd by a few applications of this Rraily Relief. The Um and tUlff-jolnted, the crippled and dr formed, are soon restored to fkerfcct health by IU use. rr « palsv-riTki watimh. Bo%r thr R. R. R. Rrinnttr* mi**1 J#rs. Sum A A. Hmto\ frm.t .» •"* r.autUUm.ln .*4.uml Hr.iktk. „Jw, U, l*"rn~‘ /•Afirt.mt In Hn» York k.m foUtd tv nllert her. On. 1‘urkrr, Rmr, WardU and Mack*. Mn. READ IIER LETTER. . Jtioar A, ISM. Monas. Rahway A Co,—I tried your Ready Relief, and had my olnts ruhhed with II, and I never felt pain after the first ten minute* I was rubbed with It up to the present lime. Hire, I do not know vhat to compare it to but a charm* for It Is a mystery tome. I va* « 1. BWCiL_ nUM UB BBLUBLB ■BMOINBL MEADE * BAKER, | MtOTtCU WUUHI ABB PBABUACBTTUIT*, ' M M. W. Couta or Mia am IBi mam, , _ BICHMOND. *A., [ Am IB TO PBIIMiIAM ad foaMHic*. _n ItAHtai. Chemical aad Bwairaallrtl hiMHIIaai I TV j liraad aad uh#h> Ppiro, af/W and /mrt; nitaWal laatra |b ' 1 5» Rma ?'ifcdtem Chaete; Mediral’ladffi tewL ^IWfolrrp i *— R**' natetad — ■ daBj terteraltee._ daII ■vwrrsbS'ss# a!w",A’k— Bal»AaUa W OHaaAana. Ipatela. Morphia, An; Ate^tete.CTiyB^SaU i ▼ereirta, Bamharlaa Oertoaate af Ire* aad Meaner.# ► Pte rote ate, Pyra-Aeotte Brkrtt, ftea WMrate. aad all lha mkar prtparailoua of I roe, and rrary ran aad aow Chemical aad a Pharmaceutical preparation at ’ „ MBADBA BABBVIL Chemical .,r. , «alS INI W. mm af Bate aad I Wh au. • IBH THYBlri^AN».-TahrteaU~urAma^ala, Ihe or. V nmid, ter Nmralpta. A« ; OB of Cocoa, lAe ora ratal 11 el# lor • Uad Liter OU; ladterahtar Oap#, whteh draw well without Ih. aid ■ •' b»*t •» Mte pomp, Malta, Outer'a Olaueu (Mpaaim af Cope lha, • Bhaiaajr, Ac.; MaUaoa'a Portable Beetle Bn a mat, the moat coo ra •teat artirte oftta klad In aar. Premium Baratoal Inwramrau In ; fai rartaty, aad para pharnarraMaal rrtrarattenaof tell e-r»afih ter whteh lha Vlrplola Mrchantea lata lair, at Ma late rahiteiion awarded m ika/rd urtmlnm, art aiwan Id ator* aad fur aalr al LAIDLBT A BOBINPONTI Nrw Oro* alorr, ‘ J?1* _Ate aad franklin alrcrta aair • ■•*■# #. H. ANTHONY hu bumIai ArrtQftnpod ikk ***•! *• b~i mkw, Id the cKj of mUdr^lI ^ryy^ta-.NItA a haMaoaa* aad .ubw^Ia* <***«*'■ dowta aoor, which ha »M eoD at Ita oa -, proetamited low primal TUBBB DOLLABS AMD liRW HARDWARE IIOI'NI:. ROHKHT J. DENNY Wfa tear* trapa A - prlac Ma frirada aad the public “■»• ha klalte* J«* openta in Ulr uaol, c£i,ZX \Sj£? "rWu ®**rr* **o. R® Main tamt, and mart, op poaltr lha new Caatona ll..o,r, a freeh and romnlri,RF I •*"«* af MABDWABB, CUTLBMr. OL’BB AND Bimie TOOlT m.t,l of llouertrepm* and BoUdlnf Hard oar#. lion?*** •*“WJr •**U rv'*lr* »«tel aad prom^l eltem Mocker Single and Double Bar?el Unn. “ ni elE C, 1*?*^..J*°* “'•*•• FWnta, Shat Bags. Game hr/ Powder Flasks and Horns, 0 D., English and l/Tl^r W^Ld ml nammU ^!l°“* 10 7*“" OU.r •*“*• «*• ■<*”* food. will “.y* ” * •y~* •dvmnce on Importation prion. We rnepecUteUy aek all la waul lo give as a call. n«8 . _ . „ P. T. MOORE A 00 , -222_Importers of Hardware. *4 Pearl street. K^JI W*"" AND DRY, • i rlan. Kip and Calf Well, d do. do.; with other klndr suitable fur o,« * eeaeon, and for sale cheap by - —** _ P. B. PRSKK1IN. D. B. BriJtford, X. 7Tr.sc/y fhinklm Malt hart. HIIIDUORD Ac CO. GENERAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING HER. CHANTS. <X>anka 80n>, Caar tap Dues Sraarr,, HAVE for aale the following consignments— 70 torn (ironiiil PUiU-r flop tons Lamp llutrr •00 boXM tSmokrd llt-rrlnr* fiOo buikU Mf ro#r poUlott M UtMi K*wcd M.uiglri !M0(M>lUwtd L«lh* •**0 bbl« Ko-riitlale Ormrni •00 bbU Janie 1 ltlv« r do bw Wi C%lcln.*,t hiifrr hale* Nt rtlwrn Hay Oo bk(i No. litr«tags loo bbla Common Ro*ia (MW boibrli F altering Hair 1 They alao har. accommodation u* Morago In the hoik i.fluoul jssaxyr. „r:r£,UT‘n« «"»■ “LIIK IMI lltM|.» MUTUAL BENEFIT COMPANY. B. W. KNOWLES, Annrr. rgtHIR Company Is |.rfeetly Matual ii r°,l,T" “,T*nu*",o *• It paye the dlridenda uhiUth* tnrurtd in tiring luvg U‘fU,‘*h *U N*hmundovy ^D^rterne. B'o*‘bdL.VKD. V‘H*U*‘*-*UU C““I »»»or«ed,c«mprl.lrg the tolWwii.g styles, vis: 8 1 Union.. linns, Kent. AUanUc. «c. , T-N Oconee, Granite Slate, Putnuin. York Milk Purine lll», r Remflna.Smnjm.,. W.rerty Milk Ac., Ac , « c/n', Rle*,, ll,„' cock, llancroft, Prlltgnamicutt, Uu.adale, Wanho.. Wsmsutla lyn ... _ A/jift, BLEACHED AND BROWN.—lbu cure and balea tt lo 1J-I braird1 mi'llj0la “** PeW*,,"> “•‘".Ullca, Allendal. and olhareek i lowest October prterr. and will *7 “"Vni* * •■“Hs-r profit U,an the actual adraucc u|wn it,,- go. .da since they were purchased, a< we ace drtlrout lo i.duts our slock prior to the Oral of January. '* ____KENT, PAINE A CO. HAKKIMINJN epi.l MBIAN IIAIH Bl l;. ' i BUY. ENLARGED—NTYLR IMPROVED. ■ It haa double the nuaomj and strength of any olhrr. 1» |1*m a perfectly natural color. It colors evrry aliftdr from llgtit brown to Jet tdfek. IU en la nuy and rapM. It la perfectly liirmleas to H.e akin. 4 _ Ita cf«c« ia luaUntaneoua and permanent It Is the Acaf. quick**, cAtn/.t*, and Sryeaf hr. erur muds, r MT Directions for use accompany each Imy a] — . . Prkr-1 oa. 81 ; 8 oa. 1 J»r, 4 o. S; a ea [Entered according lo the act of Congress, in the year ISM, hy A. *■ HarTlaon, In the Clerk s Ofltce of the District Court of the U H lor Use Kaiirrn District of Frnu.) Pidkkili,m“r<r’ APOLLOS w ‘‘AKEiftON.4^ h!1u£°;^.I,V.i SHIRTS!!! MADE TO O H ■> £ R . Sill It TN HADi; TO OH OK It—By Daaakln's relehra ted Pattern, at WM. F. OWENS* PASlilUNABLR PUKM.'II. I STfJRE FOR GENTLEMEN, opposite American llot.1. Main Wtreet. I am now prepared to lake orders and fnrnl.h fill I RTS at abort nolle,-, made In any style by Dansklu'sorlebrsUut pallet i, and In retry Instance wsaaswrim to glee satisfaction. . 11T CALL AND IMA I S YOUR MEASURES. A Urge and varied assorlme ,1 of FURNISHING GOODI of every desrrl|dlon. Just Opened for Poll and Winter wesr. ’ FW“ READY MADE SHIRTS of every kind and qnalily, enual hl7'7'r'P”‘ •»■>»<*« <« order, nlwsy. on hand and made by DtbiklD i pAtferD. .. WILLIAM P. OWENS, 14___ Opiuistte Amerisan lluUl. I'AIuIu TRADE 185(TT~ T to country merciiantn. •••■• yHHBC'IIIMI-IH begs leave to call your attention to the following fresh floods. Just recelred from New York and