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I poobttth ww, dooo aarrot beau.
Door aaLlaotbl tioo.
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And all dm gaaiag ryoa.
Aat. aa thr taerrt tcrlptarr any,
Tab Got aaiua lugaddor
Lot ao maa dare annul rr pat.
In BO moa dare Urn arowr.
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»WA1« 4k CO.’» LOTTERIEH ! ! !
KOl’THER* WUTAUY ACADEMY LOTTERY!
CLASS L,
To bo drawn In Ihe city of Mobile Alabama, In pohllc.on TCK**)AT
Promt tr SO, load, on tho linn ofSINuLu MUM BUS
Jon» Brtm. and W. W McGt ina, Kent , Commlaolon. rt
30,000 TICKb-ra—3.3NO PRI7.K8.
MORE Tn.i VTtXE PRIZE TO EVERY TEX TICKETS'
IkOVKI. MMKnK I
1 prior ml. Sdo.UW I 1 prlae of..11 not
1 prise of .. lr.ibei lo prior, of. «W
1 pritr of.• •. (I.oun I Kbiprltoonf. ]<w
1 prlae of. »A»W I 100 prltm of. Ju
1 prlae of. 1,000 |
Arpaotintoma murx*.
4 prlaea ot $160 approalmaUog lo tdo.uoO prlae, are.... |bt
d “ 115 “ 10,tew “ “ Bon
4 M 1«> “ 5,000 “ “ . 4Mi
4 « 75 “ t.000 « “ .... and
8 “ 50 “ 1,000 " X 4,w
40 " 45 " *00 x n ,
8,000 “ 40 arc...flOo.tWti
SJISO prlaoo. amounting lo.$ji>e outl
Whole TlekrU, |10; llalreo $5 , Quarters, Si 5t>.
8,1100 Prlaoo of S40 will be determined by the last figure of the
Number that drawa the $40,000 Prise. P,<r example, ir the Number
drawing the $10,000 Prtse ends with No. 1, then all the TlekrU where
the Number emit In 1 will be entitled to $W. If the Number end#
with Mo. 1, (hen all the TlekrU where the Number rndi In t will be
entitled lo $40, and ao on to 0.
OarttfiMitm uj Ai. i.jpet wlU be aold at the following ralet, which
It the riak :
Certificate of Package of 10 Whole TlekrU. .... gf„i
x “ 10 Half “ $|i
“ “ 10 Quarter “ 18
Addreoo orders lor Tlckeu or Certificates of Packages af Ticket,
either lo B. SWAN A CO., Atlanta, Qa.; or
notT 8. SWAN, Monlgomety, Ala.
SOUTHER* MILITARY ICADEMY LOTTERY I
CLASS M,
Tia bo drawa la tbs city of Mobile. Alabama, In public, cl ft ATI'It
DAY, January W, 1657, ao the Plan of SINGLE NUMBERS.
30,000 TICKETS— 3,307 PRIZES'
NEARLT ONE PRIZE TO EVERT NINE TICKETS.
NOVEL WHERE I
1 prlxe of..916400 1 1 prior of..91,00b
1 prloo of. 10,000 ID prim of . *>.
1 prise of. 10,000 | 00 prises of. 1UU
1 prise of. 10,000 I 100 prises of . To
1 prior of . 10,000 loo prises of to)
1 prise of. 6,000 | 8nO0 prises of. 40
9407 Prises, amounting to 9204,000.
Whole Tickets fill); Halers 90; Quarters 99 60.
toc Brat 907 Prises are decided In the usual manner.
8,000 Prise* of 940 will be determined by the last figure of the
Number that drawi the 940,000 Prise. For example. If the Number
drawing the *40409 Prlae ends with No. 1. then all the Tickets where
the Number auds in 1 will b* entitled in 940. If the Number end,
with 9, thru all the Ticket* where the Number cuds iu 9 will be entl
Usd to 940, and ao oo to 0.
<’err«/». ,iUe qf Pnckag** will be told at tbe fellow log rales, which
Is the rtak:
Certificate of Package of 10 Whole Tickets, ....
" 10 Half ..
" “10 Quarter “ U
Address orders for Tickets or Certificates either to
S. SWAN A OO., Atlanta, Oa,
B. SWAN, Montgomery, Ala.
delO Or Box Son, MobUe, Alx.
PLAN OF SWAN A I'O.'S LOTTFHIES.
*0,(00 Numbers corresponding with those oo the Tickets are placed
In one Wheel. The Prises xre placed In another Wheel. A Nun
her is drawn from tbe Number Wheel, and at the same I Hoe a Prise
I* drawn from Urn other Wheel. Tbe Prise drawn It placed against
the Number drawn. This operation is repeated uulil all the Prises
are drawn out.
a oanuiga ncxxrs,
Enclose the money to our address for the tickets ordered, on re
ceipt of which they will be forwarded by the first mall.
The list of drawo numbers and prises will be sent to purchasers
immediately after tbe drawing.
IW Purchasers will please writs their signature* plain, and five
their post office, county and Btate.
AW” Remember that very prise la drawn, and payable Id full
without deduction.
sff All prise# of $1460 and under, paid Immediately after tbe
drawing—usher prises at the usual time of thirty days.
All communleatlons strictly confidential
_Prise tickets cashed or renewed In other tickets at either office.
STEA.nilOAT FOR NALE.-Tbtown
era of the gleam boat ADGL'STA, lately running rRI»f*1rm
between Port Walthall and Norfolk, Va , offer the
Boat and her Furniture for sale at a low price. Her dimensions are
as follows: Lengtli 171 feet; breadth of beam (exclusive of guards)
19 feel fi Inches; depth of hold 7 feet 9 inches, burthen 969 1896
■u^s, and draws 4 feet C Inches water. Was built In New Vork In
The wheel houses. Joiner's work, etc., have been made new wltbla
tbe past 4 years; also, new upper und main decks. Dew beams and
clamp timbers, braces, Ac. lias a large and beautiful saloon, aod s
ladles' cabin on the main deck, and a very spacious ladies' cabin
gentlemen's cabin and forward cabin b. low deck ; officers' rooms!
barber shop, store-rooms, kitchen, Ac. oo the guards, and every con
venience required by a pssseugcr boat, bln is furnished with llb
boat, yawl bo*La, llfe-preaervert, force pumps, nose, Ac., in accor
dance with the act of Congress. Low pressure beam engine. In good
order, cylinder 90H inches diameter, II I eel stroke; uew wrought
Iron water-wheel shafts, and new wheels of the very best descrip
tlon, built within the last foor months; Iron boiler, bulll lo 1961 b>
Itauinl* A N'-allle of Philadelphia, and will require torn* repair*. I*
economical In the consumption of fuel. The speed of the boat It
about 14 miles per hour. Bhe It Insured both against fire and ma
rtsse risk, the policies for which do not expire until Sept 7ib, 1967
The Boat can be examined, or further particulars aaadr known on
Application to the undersigned, at Richmond. Va.
. _ TU09.00DAMEAD,
del7—1 Ot fiupt. Richmond and Petersburg K. K.
IH DLBV Sc CO.
HAVING recelxrd two first-class Diplomas at Ihe Mechanics'
Pair for year. I960 and IS64,fbr PINE WINES and LIQUORS
would rail the particular attention of those that want a pure and
choice article, to examine our Urge and cslenslrr stock, vlx ;
B.rrras, Amontillado and Peinartiu Pale Sherries
Old Family and Blackburn's Madeira
Bandsman's and Blackburn's Old Pori Wines
Champagne—a full assortment of the choice brands
Cognac Brandies— Hennessey, Otard, Dupuy A Co.
London Dock—A. Bclgoctie A Pellevoisln, both Dark and Pale
a part Tery fine and old
Holland Gin ; fit. Croix xnd Jxmxlcx Rums
Beotch xnd Irish Mali Whisky , Virginia Old Rye; Mountain
Whisky
Isis of Wight Apple and Peach Brandies
Also -A fine lot of choice Havana Cigars.
Ter sale at tbe RICHMOND WINK STORK.
Jc*)_ _ _72 Mala .tract.
ft OK Tin; hi;AHO>.-Ur|e stock of Dress
W «nt, at rery low prices
Blit Robes at $95, worth f 35
Beautiful Paris DeLalnes, cheap
1^*1* *lock striped DrUlnr*. at 95 cts per yard
Halid colured DeLaines, at 19J4 cts. per yard
Kugilih Merinos, a« 95 cts. per yard
Kleli Lace Muslin and Cambric BeU
Brocbe, htlk and Velvet Neck Tie*
Haadkcrchlefs and Gloves of arery style
Also, Rich Velrst, Moire-Antique and Cloth Cloaks, at coat.
Broclte, fltclla and Plain Long fthawls
AU at low prices to reduce stock.
, W. P. PERKIN* A CO..
^_ No. 141 Eagle Hquare.
HJEW LOOD3 IIV NT i: A .M ft: If —
iia Black cloth Cloaks
Rich velvet do
White and colored muslin embroidered Rubes
Black Collars and Krmi
laoe Bertbei and black lace Capes
Bugle (limps and Trimmings
Wadded and other kinds of ftklrts
With many other thlogs, all to be sold low.
‘ _PkIOE, BATLT ft WATKINS.
a 0**T— Al Goldaboro', N. C , nl,M of Ih, VKih
MJ ultimo, a larye Mark TRUNK, will, ■ cotton fln J TU
«4»..r, nam. or, the lop M A. Gordon, Kal.lfh, and , \d
•a Ui« end .ml under th< cover, J. N. Gordon, SHLaJlJJ
Richmond. A liberal rrward will be paid for the deliver/ uf II,r
Uunk to me In Richmond, or left nl (he Eirh..n/e Motel.
^_ _ JNO. N. GORDON.
nANKKIN’S UKI.CHHATKH IH I KTI,-I hare
iml opeoed a new auppl/ ol theae celebrated Shirt., all .lie.,
which la ever/ InManoe 1 warrant to III, made nprraal/ fur in*
■ile., of beat malarial, and In m<wt fa,!,tenable at/le..
.S'- * OWEN'S,
t w1»_ _ Oppoalle American Hotel.
NEGRO i l it mi X..
M > Rf HANT. WK1S1GER A OO. have ou I,and a vrr/ larvr
ATM atork of Hefro Cloth In/, which the/ are aellln, rrr/ low. All
lo want me Invited lo *iva them a call al So. IIS Main afreet.
ft«H __ MERCHANT. WEI.-IGEK A 00
I'MAEBV I |:SIM;||N, — We hare In vtore a food .up
AS id/ Wire Naraer/ Pender*, both aiaib.nar/ and wllh I.Mlfva.
. GW_CLAKKAON A ANDERSON, No. l„f, .tl„„ .1
AI.BAT t lull H N AID M’llONk.-We haviiwn,
oalr*d an additional auppl/ of the above, which we are aclllnf
CLARKSON A ANDERSON,
Sw Mo. 100 Main at.
WfHOIMt PI ts tin. him III AMTV. >
wm loot iMpected and branded No. I, t>/ J N Powell, the Slate
Inaprrtor for thla clt/, for aal. b/
. *»_DAVENPORT, ALtKS A 00.
FSMIET II OI H.—10) bbla Genffo Brand, .round from a
an per lor erop of while Wheat, rvpretwlr for our talra, Jint re
•wtvvd and tor ante b/ SKI,DEN A MILLER
_ ■**____ Corner Pearl and Oar/ ala.
•2 I *eti* SOI STAIS IIETTEH, of food 'twill/
Jmm l» More and for tale b/
y - .__M. JONES
CIIAkAKN AAII DHEHIIfllMMM. W. are now otftrtnf
. 1^** bergs ins In Clnsk*, Bilks and dress Ooodf trusrilly for
w *• proa.pt rnmomera lo redoev aloek b/ lit Jannar/.
—_w_ P PERRINS A Cl . N , ill Eaflr Square
f UMPHESE AAII III IIMMI El.riS-ltoab
. arr|bw*, JNaff«er* ,Dd Afonu/.i, <nrrr‘ of OtmiJtrrt »0d
Mormtnf /fwif, are prepared, at all Hmea, lo fundah the .ante al
•ww,* market rate. A DIE A GRAY. Drufft.ia,
147 Main arret
Al liVCEHISE atltP. Oi?,,’, pore Olrcerlne Soap la
]*■ part lent art/ r^omtoeuded tor winter uae. there!./ preraolinf
Um hand a anal akin from tl.ape.lnf, and r.nderlnf them a«.fl and
pUwmat. Pot aale h/ AD1E A GRAT, 147 Main at re*,
Apolhvcsrlvs ar.<| Druggist#.
PMISK HAVANA I IGARt. W. ,r. lo receipt of
TOfJ Wperior real Havana Olfara, eomprl.tr,f e.me
ramiw brand, amonf wh.eh are Ih. celebrated Bird and Plantation
*wei. w p,.polar , alar., Bmnhlnf and
Ot-wlaf Tabh.ro, ad the heal qoal.tie., lor aale at
I.AIDI.KY A ROBINSON* New Dri« Store,
. . 4dh and Pranklin ala.
1 Cl" alao a Gw half
hht. Wood! famll/ roe Hrrrinf*, tor aale b/
BOWIN WOKTHaw a Co
1 SR ■MI.R. SEW I,AMD. tot aale
■ V / c> _ JAMBS WINNYOh.
a.wRMf&v* rHM,f "*w
J"*-*1 BOYALI. A SNODGRASS.
■ 1NRI.I 'tuil . .’,7G fali'oaa toe able he
■ 4 #'1* __ BVNNKTT, BEPU. A PisriER
fi * " J * ' J ' ' Ml. ANMS.TW, IEHVA1TV
f?. WLANBYTR-Wr have • feral. anppl/ of While and Colored
MiAgs flf wr HTtssU, Srry rhyts.
<d HUGS, »Y|| s WATKTNft
RkSShlSIl I.BWS*. An rti • and Miperinr rartv
‘E of Drawl uf Gowaa, .1 ih. k.wrt. va tor which ih-/ ran
——d m thla raa/. a— b. fan,,A aa MHNRY SHAPER'S,
AMS _Corner Main wad Pearl atr-eta
*MllkKt,N4 ft'All 11. V HAIII, for aale
MRPhP _ JAMR. WINSTON
ni M h > I •« ton I M EM nil . r . ,i,
w» 4.1* PtNNITI II,
ljk| SRI « * » Nl INft PEAI II l\B APPI E
JB%9 BRANDT, jam rw-'rrd per aehr New Parkrf from Smith
JwMUaMahp [dell] M. WINSTON.
NEW BOORS.
- ' ■ :t - - , -.
—• Sara ^k*
- ** w^,. ., Mrs. wI^WSSL^r'o.
tM11**! «?rH*' ** °W*' D**k'**' PAP** *• 0**M : <4o* lUustrs
_*•£ «r CVrtAsd Memorial. of th. 1st* J.IU A
Parts* Dyaaa KdlWd by Miss R. Latias**, with Porira t, fll.
Ma.tyingtsw Law. A Tala. By Oso. Wood. $1.
The Humors of Pal«,.nbr1d.». A roiWctioa of Humorous and e*.
V?J*f "***••■ By Jouatl.au K Iky. With illustrations. doth
fi w>, paper 2 ?uU. $1.
TV Poetry at IV Rust. By William B. Alger. lllastraWd (I
lk«!!>,\t^Mdng^,,u "fl **'’'* Containing tbs Parsw*U Address ol
The Murlr. of an Old Maid. «1.
of Lhe.0hrl*a»“- «*»■ Pvderieh A. Ranch, D.
D. Edited by Re. R. V. Herbert. fll.
™* Imat Of lb* Patriarch*, or Lr*n«-s chiefly from th* Lite of J*.
seph. By Hr*. John Cummings. I) l>. 7V.
The Home Beenes of U.« Nr* Tssismeol.,, Christ In Psmlly. By
Rs*. Thmuhllus (Uork. I>. D ltlustrals.1, *1 ; gin fll An.
Cheinlcsl and Pharmuewtioal Maulpslau >ns. A Manual of ths
Mschanlcal and Cbssuteo-Mrchaukal Opsratk.ua of the Laboratory.
.th« “* “r '■’bso.Uu, Drnglsu. Manufarlurrr., Tearher* and
Students. Second and enlarged ed'lloa. By Campbell M . rflt and
Clarenc* Mot At. Willi Mil lllustrallons. f INI
Physicians Visiting Lists, for 1S&T.
-lUl? .Ph!Z£?“’t,lw‘;'Pi‘o. Book w.th Raidanatory Notes, to
IWIas. Psrm A Jueenlte lUsry .1 UN In Vlr^nl*. By Mary
t. Brsdly. Mdilsd by “Cousin Alice." B >aulilully Illustrated. TV
| V New Bookl receleed as soon ss published
N. B. Published this day. a general Index of th* English Common
!:?* K*f’or,». O’a. 1 to 8S, IncloalT*. Second Pditmn. By Ueo.
* • And Richard 0. McMurtne, of ths Philadelphia Bar. t
*““• *» GKO M. WKBT,
. .. Bookseller and Publisher, 14lh St.,
flaw—It_trd door from ih* P...I OSes.
I W1MH FOH GOOD AMD MUMP
A RKADINU, BCBBCRIBR TO
O’NEILL’S
i'lRlULATINti LIBRARY
All*
HE ADHU noon,
r.fcOAD MKA* NlYTB
TERM?* or THE LIBRARY.
Subscriber* are required to def*. it $1 fto Refer* taking out any
books. The deposit will be returned wbm th«y withdraw.
Subacr ptton for one year, - - • fj no
•• M six monlha, .... i 95
M •• on* month, •
Paid In advance.
IP* Buna* Laarr Oct -n» as Rkad.
TERWy or TIIR READING ROOM.
Hubscriptiou for one year, - - . . fft 00
M “ six months, m • • B UU
M •* three mouth*, . . . 9 th)
** ** one month, • 7ft
P»r going lo and louklug over aU the papers, - C V
Paid lo advaoce.
LIBRARY AND RRADIXG ROOM COMBINED
Bobacripilon for oue year, - • • $C 00
*• “ tlx months, • < « . 4 tat
•* 94 three months, • • . g fto
Paid io advaoce.
Entrance to Reading Room, next door to
O'NKILL'4 Bookstore and Library.
Rooms open from I A. M. until 10 p M , except cn Pi iday even
ing, when th* Reading Room will be occupied by a Debating tfeclcty,
from 9 o'clock.
The Canvassing Agent Is aroond canvassing for th* Library and
Keadiin* Rixnn
A large collection of Vo*al and Instrumental Music always on
JOHN O’NKll.L,
d<4_Meat door to Broad 8tnrt Hotel, Richmond, Va.
SOUTHERN LOTTERY!
OY THE HAVANA PLAY.
■* K I x k n <• i; a k \ > r i: i: 11,
$102,000—OYLY 16,000 NUMBERS !
PKIZKB PATABI.K WITHOUT DEDUCTION 1
JASPEK COTYTY ACADEYIY
LOTTERY!!
BV AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF OKORGI A.
i'i.ans r,
To bo drown Jon. 1»th, IvM, ot CONCERT HALL, Moron, Ooo , on
dor iho Sworn Superintendence of Col. U»u M. l»oo> ond Jos. A.
f!:~arr, Kaq.
Knnrmher. this Lottery has only Fifteen Thousand Number*—leas
than any Lottery in the World ! therefore It lj the best for invest
ment. Examine the Scheme!
1 Prise of.I1A.0UO is.$15,000
1 M . 5,0t»o is.5,00<>
•* 2,ono is.2,000
A M .1^000 are.4,000
• M . 500 are.9,500
SO “ 100 are. 9,000
1^00 Prises of. 40 are . $0,000
xrraoxiMATioa rarxiM.
90 Approximations of. $100 are . 9,000
5® do . 5o are...2,5op
50 do . 20 are.1,000
1,719 Prises, amounting to. $102,000
fcdP Tickets $10 ; Halves $5 ; Quarter* $2,50. i*l
The ljDUO prises of $4o arc determined by the last figure of the
number that draws the capital prise of $15,<U>. The capital prize
•III. of cour*e, end with one of three figure*-1, 2, 8, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 9,
0. Those whole tickets ending with the same figure as the last in the
capital will be entitled to $4o. Halves and quarters In prnport on
i9T Persons sending money by mall need not fear Its being lost.
Orders punctually attended to. Communications confidential. Bank
Notes of sound Ranks taken at par.
I# Those wishing particular numbers should order Immediately.
Address, JAMES f WINTER, Manager,
nol<J__Macon. (Ja.
XIIF. GREAT SOI XI1KHN 1IAX .%!ND CAP
MANUFACTORY AND DEPOT!
FALL TRADE OF 1850!
JOHN DOOLEV*
81 MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, VA.,
HAS now ready for the Fall Tains, by Whole
EVUli- aii.I Krtx most varad and <
stock he lias ever Import*, d or manufactured. JirSMSM
^ In order that the requirements of all Ills cut
tomers may be most fully net, and to obviate the necessity of Coun
try Mcrcliants and others going or sending North for their good*, he
has laid in an ajuoi taunt of trtry articU in Am Zinc, IhA,A tuont
■ tnJ foreign, lor Ladies', Gentlemen'*, Children's and Servant's
wear, which he could find in the different markets he has visited or
communicaud with.
To the getting up of Silk and other Hats in bis own Manufactory,
he pays the closest attention, and he feci* confident that few other
houses North or South ran equal, and none excel him therein
HI* facilities for conducting his business being of the moat rom*
plctc kind, all orders will be filled with the greatest punctuality arid
promptness. mu30
FALL STOCK
or
1IATN, c aps, i Hill s' %\ n 4 II
FANCY FI RS, FOR
I N 5 <» S
a WE ARK now opmluf a new and complete assort
men! of HATS, CAPS, LADIE.V AND CHILDREN'S
EANCV FL'KS, i-ompr.«lng the latest and mo«t faali
ionaLle style*, sultaM- for th« Fall and Winter Trade, which will he
Sold on U*e most favorable terms, for rash nr to punctual customer*,
at Wholesale or Retail.
Gao. W. DcBMtraar, so long known to the tr ie, is now engaged
with us, and will be pleased to *ee hi* old friend*.
HINFORD. DICK1N8UN Jk WK1S1GKR,
New and extensive list, Cap, and Fancy Fur Depot,
—» _ No. 79 Main street,
MXLOY A *11 AW,
STONE CUTTERS,
ON MAIN, BETWEEN SEVENTH AND EIOIITH STREETS,
KlCUMwND, Va.,
tHI! K-'l’I,leV FIIEI'A It ED to execute every descrip
tion of fitone Work in tlie beat maaner.
Their operations embrace Htone Catting for inner and outer finish
of houses. Granite, Rand Hume, Marble, Ac , Ac , Tomb 8lone*. Ac.;
indeed, every branch which fall* within the range of the 8tone Cut
ters’ business. They will, at all time*, take pleasure iu furnUhlug
plan*, estimates. Ac., for any proposed job of work, and thu« afford
natron* every facility to arrive at the bett and rhean. modi* of m.
ecutlog Work. They will be prepared, at all times, promptly to un
dertake any job at any point. They will, moreover, take pleasure In
dressing any specimens of Stone or Marble which may be forwarded
to them, free of charge, for the satisfaction of person* who may find
them on their premises.
Bills of work will be furnished to all who may desire them, and
tboae who prefer to have their work done in Richmond, and for
warded, can be accommodated on short notice.
We have executed large jobs for the moat sagacious men, and the
best judges of work. In Richmond aud the surrounding country, and
have always riven satisfaction.
We refer to James Thomas; Arthur Morson; llubbard A Gardner;
Henry Kxall, Architect; Editor'of Whig, aud the public of Richmond
generally. nolt
THEGRE \T MEDICINE FDR PURIFYING TIIE BLOOD :
llurlej's Sarsaparilla.
OF all the remedies that have been discovered during the present
age for the‘thousand Ills that flesh Is heir to,’ none equal this
wooderful preparation. Only three years have r lapsed sin re the
discoverer (who spent a decade In studying, experimentalising and
perfecting It j first introduce I It to the public, and U Is already re
cognised by the most eminent phystrias tu all pars of the country
to be the most surprising and effective remedy for certain dls ases
of which they have knowledge.
Hll othav compounds or syrups of this root have hitherto failed to
command the sanction of tl»e faculty, because on being tested, they
have been found to cootaln noxious Ingredients which neutralise
the good effects af Sir«aparillaand often time* Injure the health of
the pat lent. It Is not so with llurlry'« preparation.
This Is the pure and genuine extract of the root, and will, on trial,
be found to effect a Certain and perfect cure of the following com
plalnta and diseases
Affections af the bones, Habitual onntlyenear,
Debility, Ind gvstlnn,
Diseases of the Kidneys, Liver cotnpla!of,
Dypapsfa, Piles,
KrysIpHas, Pulmonary Diseases,
Female Irregularities, ftcrofula or Kings Evil,
Fistula, Syphilis,
And all Fkln Disease*.
Besides curing the above. It Is also known to he a great and pow
erful tonic, purifying the blood and Invigorating the sy*tem.
lu short. It Is, without exception. In the cases mentioned and Its
5sueral effects on the system, the most efn-mefous a* It i« the most
eslraMe reme |y of Ure age. It Is already extensively used through
out the country, and Is fa«t obtaining an European reputation. Toe
Instance* of care* It ha* affected are daily coming to the proprietor’*
knowledge, at d lie has no hesitation In recommending »t to one and
all who desire to procure relief from stiff"ring One bo'tle tried, its
effe* ts will lie loo apparent to admit of further doubt.
Recollect, Hurley’* Hsrsaparilla l* the only genuine article la the
market.
Price 11 per Bottle or *lx bottle* for |*lg
For sale at the manufactory, on the corner of Seventh and Oreen
streets, Louisville, Ky .and by all the Wholesale House* throughout
the United Mate* and Caoada.
Wholesale bv Bacon Hyde A ro., Ft. Louis. Jtfo; J Wright A ca..
New Orleans La, and wholesale dealers throughout Canada, Meric*
and F mth America.
Fold In Richmond by Purcell Ladd A Co., Adle and Gray, Bennett,
Beers A Fisher. Meade A Baker, Alev Duval aud Dugglst* generally
___ dels—dty |
Hll.lt ELAFTIC ATIM ft Wr I,aye on hand a
large supply of the earl us stvles and *ixes of Filk and Cintron
Elastic Ftockmg*, for the cure of Varicose Veins In the thigh, leg,
ankle or knee. Our art angem-at* with the manufacturers are such,
that we can procure any siicor style wanted, at short notice at New
Y..rk prices. MKADK A BAKER, Chemists,
lad H W. corner of Main and 10th »tf.
I A It Off v' 1 ’a IIIAIM OF FIIMK. We*
..J the especial attention of physician* tu this article. It is pre
pared from the M cinchona ealisaya,’- and contains all the properties
of this valuable hark, In a most palaUM# form It Is particularly
recommended to prrmns of weak stomaehs and delieate habits, or
who may be weakened by night sweats or slow fevers.
MEADR A RAKkR, Chemists,
i n _ Iff# M. W. tamer of Main and Dm, sts
TUI “SIS, IMIHSIS, r I* I SS| S. - We have |n
•tore a large assortment ef Marsh’s Patent Be If Adjuring
Trusses, now universally acknowledged by the medical faculty to be
the beat and most easily adapted Truss in use. of every *t«c, both for
adults and children. Also, Chase's and llelrs, aud a large variety
of low-priced Trosses, doable and tingle.
MEADE A RAKER. Chemists, Ac ,
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(1A N Dl.P’.ft. — ffntl boxes " Jar keenV’ 0*f^faMer^ale by
/ WlVfMfOirT, l^wj, j , 0
C« 01,094 M«. Itdvf Extracts, Perfumery, Foapk; Tooth
J Braebes, aud Pane? Toilet ariicfcx of Ah kinds, for sale by .
01» IICTKETT, wrrs * nHUlt
STEAMBOATS, Ac
LION NOKtOI.lt. IRB IMIHTk- a mm n
07 norm. >U Fort Walthall—Th. .Win Wl P
t W.rlahk .Ir.mrr WM KKI.OUf. wUr It* row .*HdM
■Ml”! of C«|.1 Wh. C Kami, and Ma. D. J. Hill aa cirri
Witt l*k. Uw plac* of th. AacwU.im UMa mala Onaamlul
law Fori Walthall on VlMMUI, Uw 10th law Thr ran ran a la
la (WMriuin with Uw KrMrn alllMtf Rirhfaoi.il on that morula
and tarry Monti, WiMaau and Maloti aomlor lhrr, af«rr . a
«v i.vi..aa
Rrlarulna Uw KELDRN will Inn Wright*! Wharf, Norfolk, rrtrj
Tumday, Thiinday aad Katarday awnilng* al Ilf iviork. TK
boat will loach al all Uw landing* oa Uic rITcr, bo«h going aad n
l arming.
Far* to Norfoia aa.l FoHoooaih, f 00
City Final, $1 imi
All landing not Mow Uw Ororr, I 50
I'mhlrrn o**c ihrat and Dot on* II y*ara ofag* hall price.
Mr sis 50
Stages run from King's Mill Wharf to Wllliamsburg/and from th«
Ur«T# to Yorllown, snd IHiis lock Whsrf lo MiuitMIrU! Freight
to go by this line will b# received al so7 lime during the day, lu ih*
Depot, st Richmond.
dr* Til OB. DOMAMRAD, Bnp*t.
OflfoeM.3P. R.E. Oe Dsn. 3iKMM.__
CM \>l. i: OI HOI It WINTER AK a
RANORMENT —Thesteamboat CURTIS ^ ftyaffffof
Cspl. J0I10 Davis, will 00 snd after Thursday
leave the wharf si Rocketts every Saturday, Tuesday snd Thursdsy
mornings, st 6% oYlock, A. M e for Portsmouth snd Norfolk, snd
return esoh slternsle days. (Sunday's rtcepled.) leaving Norfolk si
the same hour, o'clock, A. M , touching st sll of the regular
landings on the River going sad returning.
Passage snd fare ss usual.
oc!3___ R. O. II ASK INK
I'NION BTKAAIBHIPCYinP tRYT
FOR PHILADELPHIA VIA CITY POINT AND NORFOLK.
STEAMER CITY OF RICHMOND. Capt. Z. Mm**- ^ _
six. Steamer PKNNSY1.VANIA, Captain David f
T»il. Steamer VIRGINIA, Capt. 1L K<ou*
One of these superior Steamers wUl leave KlchdBMHHR
taond, until furtlier notice, every Monday snd Thursday touching
st City Point snd Norfolk to receive freight snd passengers. Return
Ing, leave Philadelphia every Wednesday and Saturday, morning
st Id oYlock.
These Steamers are now In floe order. Increased accommodation!
for the comfort of passengers having been added, ss also more room
for freight, snd we hope,by regularity, dispatch snd rare In protect*
Ing goods committed to our charge, to receive an increase of patron*
M*.
fW No transhipment by this line.
FARE REDUCED.
Passage through to New York, and found .ftfldO
Do do Philadelphia, and found, 1st cabin.fl DU
Passage to City Point and Norfolk same as he the river boat*
fV* Passengers by this line can stop in Phdadolprlu two or three
days, and then proceed to New York by the same ticket.
■lit If _ II. it TUTTLE, Agent, Rocketts.
YOU RENT.
■ .YOU Itl‘Y '1'. The sec nd and third starles over my _
r store. No 91 Pearl street. The rooms have a good rn- JRa
trance from Pearl street, and are suitable for sales- rooms or JrJL
commission business. [deb] U W KNOWLES
DUil F.KMKAN ItooYis loll RF.YT.
The rooms over the store ol the undersigned, former- £A
ly occupied by Wo, A. Pratt, K*| and more recently by Mr.
Powers as a Daguerrean Gallery, are for rent.
The rooms cover two floors, the upper having a Ane sky-light
through the ro«»f, and the whole well arranged and olmWsWjr toca
| ted. Possession may be Had tmnu i.atrly
JAMES WOODHOI'SK A CO,
I noSS 139 Main street, Richmond. Vs.
I 1,1(1 it MK Two 1a*ge tenements on £*trd street _ ,
■ rxiwven Him inn i nniim, rwrn coniimm|[ it rinmii mm
and good Kitchen, Hydrant water in the yard. For terms JEjflL
* , |dy to_HILL A BAWLING*.
POIt BENT.-Tto neat and cortdlMl Lodging . ,
Roomi over our Store, No. 9nA, Main street. fEA
no 15 _ WORTHAM A COTTBBLL. ft'*!
V.10II KENT—FOSSERHION GIVEN IMMEDIATELY. JnL
F —The house over my store. To a food tenant, the rent HR.
will be low, or it can be had in rooms for single gentlemen IjOC%*
lion orcrU+nl. THOMAS HOW.
mild 919 Main street.
KtHIM rOH K KKT.-A r -ora over our store HO
fe.-t long and 91 tret wide will be rented out at a mode- #RE
rale price, for any light fancy business, for which it Is ad- ** ■
mlrably suited. Possession given 1st September.
W. P. PERKINS A CO.,
auTS No. 14! Eagle Squara.
IIOH K E> I*—And no<Me«slon given Iramedlatety, a MSI
F and convenient DWELLING, on 1st street, between Main fen.
snJ Oary, containing right Rooms, and a Kitchen with four Rooms
A190,
A large W A REHOUSE on 9th street, ne ir the rlvee, suitable for a
Carp«‘liter’s Shop or for Storage, which will be rented low. Apply to
Jy9&—dtf_ 1ULL A RAWLINGS.
FMIll IIIM . 1.1 \SI. oil MALE*—TlM HOUSE
and IOT on Main street, fronting *6 feet, adjoining the .Bl.
foundry of the Messrs. Barnes, recently occupied by Mr. Wm. F.
Sims, as a turner's shop. Possession given the 1st of January next.
Fortrrms apply to JOHN A. ROBINSON,
J>95 Comer Cary and Virginia sts.
■/till III >1. Three excellent ROOMS, suited for Law Offices
F or Lodging Ro ms. In the Whig Buildiug. Prompt application
will secure thus on favorable terms.
Apply at Whig Office. srfei—tf
fhlll IIE5T*—A Lodging Room over Richmond Reading
Room, and an ofirc over subscriber.
d»5 LEWIS HILL, Governor st.
I/Oil RENT* -Several Lodging Rooms in the building over
' our ofllce. Apply to
del—tf__B1IA A RAWLINGS.
«.l oilf.l It. SI ill. DENTIST.
HAVING devoted seven years to the constant ■■■—»,
study aud practice of DENTISTRY, in all its % jjgj ?
branches, offers his services to the ciilr ns of tbit, mrsBSB
hU native city, assuring them that all operations ^^-*-*--1-1-7
entrusted to his care will be performed In the most satisfactory man- <
lif CORRUFTTBLRTORCBLAIN .kfth.« , , without art'fi
dal gums and bU>ck work inserted on gold,silver or platlna, with
Clasps, Spiral Springs, or by Atmospheric Treasure, as the condition
of the mouth may indicate. Ills facilities for the manufacture of
AarinciAL Sant or Txrrtt are not surpassed by any other Dental Es
tablishment in this city.
He refers those with whom he is not acquainted, to Rev. R. D C.
FI. Well. I> I> , r ipt • Ml Ilsnigrov. . f J
Barnes, John F. Tanner, Wm. Gray, R. A. J. Clopton and II. K.
Elly son. Kaqs.
|4T Office No. 9S1, on Main, between Sth and 9th streets, Rich
mond Va. nil—Bm
DENTAL NOTICE.
GW. JinCM. .“IKI.1CAI. AND AIK- ^—-—^
• Cll ANICAI. DKNTIST—Ofli. •• kn..t ■»>,
and 10th, Main street, «ne square nbove the lUr.k».(|TmHMA
tome, hour* from 9 to 8, 4 to 6)—will he happy to see
all such as desire hi* prof.-»*lonal services, promising his best endea
vors, by Qontt+n**n and /AoroupAnaas.to give satisfaction in all ope.
rations, either in Fill.ng, tiesn'ing, Regulating, Extracting or In
serting Teeth. AM—fen
IIITC IK IM K A OMtOICN
COACII DEALERS AND MANUFACTURERS,
No. 913 Man Street, Richmond, Va.,
HAVE in store a large assortment of fine fash- jwms m
ionableCOACHES,CARRIAGES,BUGGIES, nJW-WJf*'
SULK TVS and H ARNETT,suitable for country and
city use, made of the be*t material*, and put to - W.
gether with much care, which we will recommend to our friends .and
the public, and sell ou such terms as will secure the mutual interest
of all who favor u« with their patronage.
From long experience in our business, and by prompt personal at
tention, we hope to nn-rit a continuance of past favors. Orders
promptly OUed and shipped to any part of Die United Stales.
fe-4—ly
t IRRIAGRSt t \HI\GEI.
UII. BOSH fcR, Srcca-Mtfia of Jiuaa Boauxx m ijm
• lias on hand, a large assortment of Carria
r«< and harness. Am-.ng which may be found some *
Bne Coaches without*' e Scat*, 4 and 6 seat Rock- ■■ ■■ ■»
sways. Slide Seat Bungles, and Buggies with and without tops, to
which he particularly invites the attention of those In want of any
article In the Carriage line, as they will be d*-spo«ed of on accom
modating terms by application at his manufactory, No. 998 Corner
J*1 4—ly.
if* THE CARRIAGE I vim. pi RLM .
YOUIl attention Is invited to ©nr stock of RICH- m^ag tQf
MONO MADE CARRIAGES, consisting ofOjgg-fTj*''
f Vw«-Ar«. ae<i# OnrrirtMi. RocJtiH»av*. Ls»?C^flV *
fiullus, dr This work ts made of the best tn<» • w w—
rial, by good workmen, and under the I in met hate super rtatou of the
proprietors, who are thoroughly acquainted with the builiww.
Also, on louid several second-hand light Carriage*and ttuggira,
which will be sold low by A IN.-UK, BOW BN A POWELL,
jell 10th street, between Main and Cary.
lnTTuni Tt k iTh a it i: noons —
I1 Ill MoVm JOHN A HI I \ IN ha* rmw
Vrt! hi- K.irn'.tiirv \\ irrrouin* to that *» II k:.r.wn KJX&j&yQftQ
building. "CORNTHIAN HALL," (the old stand
of M«ssr* Jor.es A Potta.) Main street, square above the Ranks.
He takes pleasure In saying to his customers generally that he has
»stnhli*hcd himself in a large factory, which gives him decided faci
lities, and with which be is again prepared to get up the very best
itylef of Furniture to order. Iu addition to this, he Is constantly
manufacturing every article In the Furniture line, and will keep a
I hotel and well arrange I assortment of m>< h styles and qualities, as
he knows are adapted to the varied wants and tastes of the peo
M»e.
Thanking a generous community for the liberal patronage hereto
fore bestowed, he respectfully solicits a contlnoance, and pledges
himself that nothing shall be wanting In effort on his part U> give full
and entire satisfaction.
JOHN A HELVIN, also gives hi* personal attention to the IT N
BERT A KINO business being al all times well supplied with "Me
tal ic Burial Cates," Mohngany and Poplar Coffin*. Burial Vestments
new Hearse, and all the requisites for funerals. Orders left at "Co
rlthian Hall" will meet with prompt attention. m»W-l r
Ni \\ J V. WFLK1 Mori , sii.n ni fX
TH» GOLD EAGLE, NO. #8 Mrs Brat it.-O ILL A VyS
WKIhKMF.YF.il, late of Fredericksburg, Va., have just re* pEaJA
reived a new supply of Oold and Hllvcr WATCHRB, Breast-Pins,
Finger Kins, Ladies' Chatelalns, Uetr.lemrn'M Fob Cfiains, Gold and
Bilver Pens and Pencils, Gold and HUver Thimble*, Gold, BUver and
Bteel Bpectacles, Bilvcr Goblets, Cups, Bpoons, Butler Knives, Port
Monuate*, Card Cases, Match Boirs, and every article In the Jew
eljy and Bilvrr line, for sale on reasonable terms, and warranted as
represented.
Also, WATCHER of all kinds repaired and warranted to perform
well also. Jewelry of every description repaired at short notice.
If _
FALL TRADE, 185 0.
J. Wll.MNOHAM. B. t. TARDY.
W I 1.1. I XU II ,% n A T A K l» V,
iwp'orrim aid wiouhaui Matin* ti
FOREIGN, DOMESTIC, 8TUM.E AND FANCY DRY GOODS,
NO. 18 PEARL RTRKKT, RICHMOND. VA ,
HAVE In store, and are receiving dally, a large and general
Rtnrlr of Fall and Winter Bry flood*, lo which they aek the
attention of Merchants visiting this market They make no claim*
to euprrlor advantage* over their competitors, either as importer*
or buyers, hut assume that they poetess advantages equal to any,
and solicit confidentially an rumination of their Block. Below they
enumerate a few of the leading styles
llrown and BU-ached Bheeting* and shirtings In all the different
width*.
Batlnett*. 8 4 and 8-4 Foiled Cloth*.
FI*Id Lindseys at all Driers.
Large Rtork of Blanket*
English and American Prints, all grade*.
Coburg Bel«alr»e*, Alpaceas, Olnghams and Ladle* Dress floods.
Cloth* and Casstmere*.
Hi,awls. Cloaks and Mantle* ;
With a general Block of Hosiery, Gloves Bpool (Cotton, Threads.
45. Ac.
Terms, 8 months credit, or 8 per cent discount for ca*h.
*u8o WILLINGHAM A TARDY,
I have engaged with Mews. Willingham A Tardy for the fall
trade and will he pleased to have my friends call on me, promising
every effort to give them satisfaction.
TI.* Commission business of Hunt A Pro., will be attended to a*
heretofore by «*ir Ban lor partner, to which I will return by the 1st
of November neit, D ft IffTNT.
WH. NATTLKK A t’O.a At iMr Artist*' ftupntyfftore,
I4i Ma'n street, below F.scbange Bank, keep constantly on
hand, and off*r for sale al very reasonable price* ;
Ms'"rials f.*r Portrait and Landscape Painting, with Oil Colors
- -MHO « •• Water -
" " Monochromatic Drawing
" " the Pasi-II Crayon •*
M mo Grecian Fainting
•• " " leather Work
*• •' " Nkkf Maehle Work.
A splendid tad eitensive stock of PWores, of every kind end fits,
to be need for studies, always on show.
Orders from the country promptly attended to, and Goals for
warded with ill possible dispatch. de1f
HOLIDAY 11 KM* 111» n s
■aILF.G I NT 11.1.1 W H A TI. fl HOOK* VON
WA CHN14TMAB AND NEW YFARB FHF4ENfB.
A good assortment of book* f .r the young,
Priyer Ihioks Hihte* and Hymn Ho, ks In velvet.
Ladles ft* f kales Gatd Gases, Ac , Ac , A"
Animals at all price* and of Mery description.
Papier Maehle Work Boies aad Portfolio*,
Gold Pens and Pencils a An* assortment,
folia Rnbtwr Pen* and Pencil*, eitra
Poetical Works bound in r*if, mmnf*. Ac., An.
Parents and children are requested to call and eiamlne our eg
leu sirs stock of Books, Btatlofisrf and F *ncy (leads.
de t WOMTIIAM AGOTTKELL, V* Main rt
n»«. H«trt m i nimi i» nw.mt mi
Group and (v.ugh Byrup*. Pain Carer; Tetter (Hutment, Ac ,
Ae ; also, Ayers'Cherry Pectoral; Wleur'* R*l«am Wild Cherry:
Mr* Gardener's Balaam of Liverwort. Thompson's Byrup of Tar and
Wood Naptha, and all (be popular remedies of the day, to be had
at MKADF A BAKFR'B New Apdtmearv Ptpre,
d*?4 ^ 1M N. W. corner of Main and lOtk tfs
PAV A I'OFI'F.P* nf good quality, for sale by
Am DAYENPQBT. Al.f.EN A OO
CVKI.I.OSr «l .for -.1. by
**n PAvnrroRT, alucw * oo.
IOTELS, Ac.
TlfNRTALL HOI *E.
Daivou. Va.
8IMM 0.M8 ft WITHERM.
, • Prwprtetoea.
. A N Omnibus runs to and boa. tbs R»ll Road Dspst, to . .
xS. Uiis House. Every attention Is put-1 w putosugsrs who M
i wish to bur* ky uny of th» rout*. of trarsi. JlS.
tolft-ly.
> PIjANTFsRS’ HOUSE,
ronxEKrt: «*., ihcddhk kxhi hui va.
I. N. si LUt AM. Pn.prtrtor.
IV A Hock will utuuys bo to nsllnu to convey (ussU of lbs
Hotri to and Irons lbs Depot ou orrlrul of cors folns Norik and
ISouth. _ Jau» -tlst jun] _ 1. N. BULUVAH
nt'l.l HE KOI Si:, U IIEEI.IXU, VA.
Do. WATBuN OARR. ruorwnua.
T11IU nugnlftrs.it Hotsl, sltuulsd ol lbs rurusr of Morksl bad
Monroe strsrU, Wbrvltng, offers unsurvuss. .1 l».lurrmsnlo lo
Ihs trovrlln* publts It Is su|-|Ulsd with rrrry reoutarts lor Ihs OO
oommodoiton or lodlso and (rnttsuirn, remains lSu usll rsulllolod
and roportous rooms, and u within three miauls, walk of tho ftulti
toor* and Ohio Rail...ad, Ihs Oeaaprake and Ohio RuUrobd oad
tteamboat lauding. Tbs PosS CMB.e and Court Hoots ars oa Ihs
•ants squars, and Kvpr. », and Bugs offtrss to lbs baasosomt.
Pries only ftl bw psr day.
|V Omnibuses and Porters an always In attend anas lo SbUTS)
baassngsrs and baggaoo to and bom ibis Hotsl.
apIS__WATBON CAUL Proarlstor.
I. MUD. 1. P. OUU.
WASHINGTON HOUSE.
LTNCUBURO. VA.
II. I.IEA1I A I'll- rastiimm.
OVXIBUBBEB run regularly to and bom tbs Railroad Depot and
Packet Landing connected with this henae. set*—ly
LYNCHBURG HOUSE,
XIAIX STHKKT, I.VXCIIR1 HU, VI KIs INI A.
C. P1SIIKK, PROPRIETOR.
|fT Transcicnt Visiter* $1 60 per day. Jrt
fsfl—dacly
» AKM LANMIOH MALEi
THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAIL ROAD COMPANY
IN NOW’ prepared to tell a' »ul of tern of fanning lands
in tract* o* 4.» arret and upward*, on lotkg credits, and at low
rate* of intei a a.
These land* were granted by the Government, to aid lo the coo*
»truction of this lUllrosil, and are among the richest and moot fer
tile in the State. They extend with the Road, from Chicago on the
North hut to Cairo at the Houth, and from thenco to Helena and
Ikinleilh in the extreme North-Western part of th* Mate. Moot of
these land* lie immediately on, and within six tulle* of the Road, and
none are more than fifteen mile* distant from It; hence, ready and
cheap facilities are furnished for transporting their product* to any
of tWe »:Astern or Southern markets. The great Increase of popula
tion by IniintgrathMi, Ac., and the consequent rapid growth of floor
taking towns and village* on the line of the Road and throughout the
Rtatr. furnlsbea a substantial and grow lug home demand for every
kiod of farm and garden produce.
In the Northern and Central parts of the State, prairie lamia pre
dominate, Interspersed with magnificent grove* of oak and other tim
ber; In the itoolhern, the timber t* more abundant, and exceedingly
valuable.
The soil l* a dark, rich mould, from one to five feel In depth. Is
gently rolling and peculiarly fitted Air graving cattle and sheep, or
the cultivation* of wheat. IndUu <w®, eu.. tv, u pure ana nra
•#.« t muaie more health*, mild and equable than that of any
other part of the Colon ; while living streams and springs of excel
lent water abound.
Economy In cultivating and great productiveness are the well
known characteristic* of Illinois lauds. Trees are not required to
he cut down, stumps grubbed, or stone picked off, as is generally the
rase ill cultivating new imiki hi me omrr rwin. 1 nr nr»l crop Ol
Indian corn, planted on the newly broken sod, usually repays the
cost of plowing and fencing.
Wheat sown ou the newly turned sod is sure to yield Tory large
pro/tts. A man with a plow and two yoke of oxen will break one
and a half to two acres per day. Contracts can hr made for break
lug, ready for corn or wheat, nt from $i to |H per acre. By Judi
cious management, the land may be plowed and fenced the first, and
under a high dale of cuUimti*»n the second year.
Corn, grain, cattle, etc., will be forwarded at reasonable rates to
Chicago, for the Eastern, and to Cairo for the Southern market.
Rilumtunus Coal Is exteusively mined along the road, and supplies
a cheap and desirable fuel; being furnished at many points at $1 AO
to f4 .no per too. Wood can be bad at the same rate per cord. Ex
tensive quarries have been opened In the Southern part of the 8tate,
near the line of this road,—of Building Stone of excellent quality,—
•uch as white and blue I.luie-stone, and white and red Sand stone,—
ehWrh can be had for little more than ths expense of transporta
tion.
Thr g,*eemtnmt hind*, in Vie lan*l St*tics. Kitring generally
been ukthdratru from the market, emigrant* In oh the JCaetem
Stole* and Jjtaoy* can be accommodated try Mis , nejumy iriM
raluatJ* farm*. at the old price* and term*, u-Klch in all proba
bility, sc*?/ itouble in ralue tcithin ttcelee month*.
When those lauds are restored to market, persons who think of
settling on them, or In Minnesota, should bear In mind that the
lands of tills Company, at the prices for whl-h they are sold, are
better Investments than those In other States or Territories more
remote from market, at Government prices; for the reason that Um
expense of transporting the products of the tatter to market swill al
ways be a heavy drawback on them, and after a few rears cultiva
tion they require manuring, which is u.4 the case with Illiuols lands.
The same remark* hold good lu relation to the lands In the Terri
tories of Kansas and Nebraska, for although vacant lands may he
found nearer the water courses, the distance to market Is hr great
er, and every hundred miles tlie products of those lands are carried
cither in wagoos, or interrupted water communications. Increases
the expenses of transportation, which must bs borne by the settlers,
In the reduced price of their products and to that extent precisely
are the Incomes from the farms, and of course on their Investments,
annually and erery year reduced.
Tlie great fertility of the lands now offered for sale by this com
pany, and their consequent yield orcr those of tlie E it tern and Mid
dle £ta>e», is much more than sufficient to pay the difference In the
cost of transportation, especially in view of the facilities furnished
by this Koad, and others with which it connects, the operations of
which are not interrupted by the low water of summer, or the frost
of winter.
rik-l AWDTRRMAOt SATMBXT.
The pi Ice will vary from to f Jft, according to location, quality,
etc. C-litre- Is for Deed* may be made until further notice, allpula
ting the purchase money to be paid In five annual installments.—
The first to become due in two years from the date of contract, and
the others annually thereafter. The last payment will become due
at the end of the *lxth year from the date of the contract, and the
lands sre not subject to taxation till finally paid for. Interest will
be charged at only three per cent per annum.
Asa security to the performance of the contract, the first two
year's Interest mu*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 be
deducted for caah. The Company's construction bonds will be re
ceived as cash.
Ready Fnmrd Farm Buildings, which can be set up in a few days,
can be obtained from responsible persons.
Tlie will be 1*4 feet by *1 feet divided Into one living and three bed
rooms. and will cost complete set up on grouud clunen auywhere
along the Road. $*ftO la cash, exclusive of trauspoiUUon. Larger
bu.ldlngs mav be contracted for at proportionate rates. The Com
pany will forward all the materials for such buddings over their road
promptly.
It U believed that ihe price, long credit, and low rate of Interest,
charged for these land*, will enable a man with a few hundred dol
lars In cash and ordinary Industry, to make himself independent
before all the purchase money becomes due. In the meantime, the
rapid settlement of tlie country will probably hare Increased their
value four nr five fold. When required an experienced person will
accompany applicants, to give information and aid in selecting
land*.
Circulars containing numerous Instances of successful fanning,
signed by re«prctable and well known ' *mers living In the neigh
borhood et th«- Railroad lands, throughout tl*r {Rale—also the cost
ol fencing, price of cattle, expense of harvesting, thrashing, etc.,
by contract—or any other information—w»ll be cheerfully g.v.-u on
application, either personally or by letter, In English, French, or
German, addressed to JOHN VHUHO.N,
L n«l CuninUsloner of Illinois Central R. K Co.,
Office In Illinois Central Railroad Depot, Chicago, Illinois.
oc17 -8m __ _ _ ___ 1
J it II x Ot I ■■ A i E n ,
TAILOR AND DRAPER,
EXCHANGE BCILDINO,
rOCRTKEXTH STRKKT, XlCMMngtt, YtaulXU.
WOULD respectfully call attention to his new styles of FALL
and WINTER GOODS._ _scSff—dly
IMAM UFACTU HI* IKS*
S A V 1 N O S BANK.
CHARTERED BY TIIE LEGISLATURE OK VIRGINIA I
f ■ X11 IS IliiSTlTri'lOX will receive Depnsltes, on which
M. an Interest of eir per reut per annum Is paid on all sums re
maining on deposits lotger than six months, and five percent, when
remaining a shorter period.
Orrtca— At the Hardware Store of C. J. Stxrox A Co., 71 Main st.,
and at the lUnklng House of R. U. Mauar A On , corner of Main
and Wall streets. O. WORTHAM, President.
D. BARER. Jr., Hecretary.
n ■ it f. i roKs:
Rn II. Maury, Wm. Taylor,
Jnn. II Or.aner, Cornrllu* Crew,
J M. Talbott, Uarld Currie,
riiram M. Smith, P. 0 l.arua,
K. 8. Turpin, P. II Butler,
Oil*. Mlll.paugh, Ro. J. Christian,
John C. Sinn.n, W. B. Rosa,
Anion Richard*, rranklin Straro*.
Jamr* William*,
Richmond, l&th Bcptrniber, 1866. *.11_
BMUflfl CUMCU WNATflMATM ILflCflOOI*
J If. BINFORD, f Associate
W. T. HAll*KV. A B , f Principals.
Prof. FMIK.N, of Paris, Profrssor of Modern Languages.
THIS undersigned will f.pen a Pchool on Monday flepi 29th, In the
Urge snd turatnodlous rooms on 7lh streel formerly known as
thr City spring Instllote. They design opening a school of the high
est grade, where U>y* will »»e thoroughly and accurately prepared
either for tf* Unlrerslty, or for any of our Colleges, or fitted for
the hu«iocss of Ilfs.
Special attention will he bestowed upon the Kngllsh Departments
as U Is considered tubs too much neglected.
TKRMfl.
Payable, aevnl annually in advance, session 9>f months:
Korhsh (tranches . 1**410
Latin and higher Mathematics. 2si,n0
Greek. 1«J*0
Modern Laoguages, each.f0,0#
Jut r r»th, IhM.
Mr. W. F Bailey graduated at R. M College with honor. In June
last, lie proposes to devote himself u> school teaching. I cheerfully
and confidently recommend him for scholarship and high moral
character, and with some experience In the business of teaching
and motives to enterprise. I have no doubt he will meet the expec
tations of all reasonable patrons. WM. A. HMITII,
Prest. of Randolph Macon College.
Mr. J If Htnford ts a graduate of the University of Va.t and has
been suercftsfully engaged In teaching during the Ian four years,
both In Rastem and Western Virginia. Testimonials from the Pro
feasors of the University and his patrons can bs seen. If desired, at
Messrs Binford A Porter's Cabinet Warerooms, Franklin Ft
J. II BINFORD,
anl-ff_ W. T. BULKY. A. R
\OTU’9!.—I haye this dar received two rases of — ^_
goods direct fr«»m Paris, containing Gent's Cork and Ail 1
Doubte-flo'.e BOOTH and O AITFHF f..r Fall and Winter f Hi
wear. Also, a case rontalnlng French Calf Pkins, of su- 1
perl«.r quality. Imported by myself direct from Paris, and nossrond
profit p*ld for gaods bought aeeond handed from the North. All
those who wish to purchase good Boots and Phoes, either manufac
tured by myself or Monsieur M*li»s of Paris, I would most respect
fully Invite them to call and examine for themselves.
ALKXANI’KR IIILL,
Manufacturer and Importer of French Boots and Pboea,
And materials for the manufacture of the same,
127 Main street, Richmond, Va.
F. R I have already sent out large orders for materials and ready
made work, to be shipped to me direct for the next Pprlng and Pure
mer wear. _ r
tr i •« v i NPon r tvr ro r \ DIP n.
▼ as th* attention of our Lady friends and customers,
both in the city and country, to an examination of our large and
varted assortment of ladirs', Missee* and Children's Nmri, which
consists of :
Ladles' Black Congress Oalletf, with and without heels
•• •• •• Crrol. “ “
•* Colored H #6 66 6S 66 S6
" Morocco Boots, With and without heels
•6 K i(| i« 66 6S
" F»ne Rid and Morocco Flippers, with and without heels
M French Rid FHnners, very soft and nice
" Whit* Kid and Fa tin Flippers, very fine and nice
H very fine French Parlor Mlppvrs
" Morocco and Rid thick and thin solsd Boots, with and
without heels
" Morocco and Rid thick and tMn aolcd Baskina
Misaet' Black Gattfrs, with and without he*-Is
" C*dored •• Button and Lace, with and without heels
" Colored and Blank Morocco Boots, •' " •• •*
•* " " " " ilp'd with pal. leather
" Black Morocco Flippers
Children's Colored Hwtton and l*acs Oalters, with and without
heels
" Black lacs Gaiters
" Dol'd and Black Morocco and Pat Leather Boots and
Ankle Ties
" Goat If'Ols, thick soles.
Together with many other styles, too numerous to mention.
Gall and see them, at PUTNFT A WATTB*,
I uoft Bo lit Main strwt, Bw-hi.A v«
rRIVATF. H6 IIIHII, IBM lltHKHI.M. Tl..
aaStrlpniS, 6.1 ru In rail th, atWntlon of P*r>at* and Onar
Hl«n* ha.lntr r hilSron of low mmlal or ph,*l.»l iWr.lop.mrnt, ta
th. Cart, that h* haa oprnit In MarWw, a hr nlki ahor* th* OK*
of Nrw Tort. In a Ttrj hoallhfwl *n6 hmntlhil location, a PKIVaTfc
MMII.Y SCHOOL, wh*r* m*h rhlMrrn ran ha mat.il anS tanptii
Tht rtporWnm ha It** h*S fnr mnra than rl,ht pair*, In rnatm tlnn
with I ho Mawarhawlt* anti P.nnaptranla Slat. Initiation* fnr
Mint*. hat *hnwn him that a.ry mwrh can ho Son* la brlnpln, ihcaa
ehtlSnn In a amr* normal cnntlltlnn. In atanp tni.n..*, I., hat
has (ham rHwra hntaw, atthrr In rnlt* a common arhnol with aS.aR
•apr, nr mtcap. In Ihn Still** of life with noon**.. Th# rarltor fh.
tralnln, t-t.mm.nr.*, th. hotter Por circular*, rehrene., An . »S
Sr#*a. JAMRSfl HOHAMML
aa66—Ip _ No 664 Bro*8w«jf, nr llarlaai, Now Tntk.
A I Itori't RANT INDIA AI.F,. In hhS* anS hot
ttaa; Yownp*t’* Alina AW. pint*. » Sot la raak; Mmatr A Son'*
AW. 6 So* raar*. p al hmtWt. Itarklay, Parkin* 6 (V* loaSnn Par
tar. In Mora anSfW aaW bf SCI.DRN A Mll.I.RP.
Sail Conn Paan anS Carp Rptti.
RAILROADS, Ac.
“ --— — -- .—.
MMia
«RKAT, NMTMRRN AND MI'TMKNN
MAIL KOUTE.
VIRGINIA CENTRAL AND AND ALEXANDRIA
T1!™?. ^vsttS'JSi vets nm •zssi
&£FB3ttas&us3aSS
jSSse^Sass?8! snszzz sscy
—53 K^srjsrjf«5ux*s2ysr3:
ib«« nVJli7H^!aM lh**‘*C*“J r*"ro*J Ih.
«»1S JOHN H. TIMDERLAEB, 0wpmtnUn4.nl.
*^*51?*®*'****® WTKBiDUBD RAILROAD
OVn i*11* **’*’ *rmto* 00 UlU lu*4 win ran a. foi
REPWR threat. Pamngwr daily, (Bnnda,', ,T££
MaU, through P M
Accommodation and freight, dally, (eiMpt Sun
,**T*») •••••• aa %••« . • ,a. iW M AM
Norfolk Train Monday., Wednmdaji and Friday.. «t. " A. M
TK1UM L1ATI FKTttIBVM hJI IKHMolp
Rxprwa, through Paastnger dailj at.. ..Oja M AM
Accommodation and Irrlght, dallj. (siccpt si
daj*,) at.. gw m a u
MaU and through passenger, dally, (except Son
day.,) at.. u p ||
aicnwown akd cuiexm xiu..
•L'ZZXrjr *,U *2. ‘i**1* *• •*“ «•> »"»« •hlrt Water
Richmond, dally, except Sundays, at f V A. M.
Paurngers coming from Clorer 11 III by thU train moat he at Uu
f't* ** MM A. M. and at the Summit Depot by It X.
The Eiprcee train, will only Mop at the half-way Station bo
fate up or put down way paaaengor*.
Th. MaU train. wUI .top when then are paoaengen to lake up or
pat down at MancheMcr, Temple.,Rln'o.Ualf-Way Station, Obiru
IIUI and Port Walthall Junctions.
The accommodation train will stop at all th« regular stopping pla
easwhsn there are passengers to take up or pul down.
The Kxprsaa aikd Mall Trains from Richmond counewt with the
Southern Trains at Petersburg for Weldon. Raleigh. Wilmington, Ac.
Through Tickets to Weldon can be procured at the ticket oAco In
Richmond.
The same trains from Petersburg connect at Richmond with the
Northern train, for Waahlngton, Baltimore, Ac. Through ticket, for
Washington, Baltimore and PhUadrlpltla, can be procured at the lick
rt office la Peterehurg.
Fare tor white perron...|1 SB
“ Children oeer S and not over IX year, of age.. tt
“ Colored perron. In acre ant,' ear . SB
Colored prraoo, wUI not be permitted la the Bril claaa car, rccept
when In attendance on Infant children, or Mrk prreona, absolutely
requiring thrtrjiare, In which case the am fare a, for while pereoaa
A dlaconnt of 10 renta wUI be allowed on ml, fere when ticket,
are purchased at the office, and to perron* setting on the car, whore
no ticket, are odd.
Brreanla traeeUing by themed ere mint be furnUhed by their mam
mutt be riprc»«iy ttated oo Uie |«u that they are permtltod Ui go
on tht car*.
TMOMAP rX) DAM RAD, Superintendent.
CMBce UMt Oo.. Oct. 18th, ISM. or 90
Daily link tw the viruinia sprinus-o entr a l
Railroad exlrode.1 to Mllboru'. To Rockbridge Alum. Balb
Alum and Warm Spring*, anti to Lealngtou In one day. Tu While
Sulphur, Red and Sweet Springe In one end a half day,, and to Bolt
Sulphur second day In the evening.
The track Is now being laid, and by the let of July will be open to
Mllhoro', 34 milee from the While Sulphur Spring,; from the Heal
ing, US mllre; Hot Springe, 90 mllre; Warm Spring,. IS mile*; Hath
Alum, IU milee; and from the Rockbridge Springe, 3 mile*.
Paaecugen leave Richmond al 4.30 A M. dine at Staunton, arrive
al Mdboro al «jg P M; thence by Stage* to the Warm Springs, to
•upper. Leave nell day at 4M A M, passing by the Um and Heal
ing Springe, and reach the White Sulpi ur by 11* PM; the Red
Sweet and old Sweet to dimier, aud the Salt Sulphur by ulght the
•econd day.
Through ticket* by Harman A Brown'* .Hlagr*— to the While Sul
phur, til. to the Sweet Springe, »10, to the Sail Sulphur, US—also,
to a'.! the other Springs aud to Lexington.
«tr~ See Ticket Agent In Richmond,
here are many objects of Intereel on thl* line, but the MOUN
TAIN TRACK, passing over the top of ine Blue Klilgr, al Km. klllh
Oap, will repay a ride of Pve hundred milee. It has been worked
with perfect mere** for more than two year*.
_ JNO It. TlMBKRLAKK.Snpt.
OIB,e Va Central Railroad, Rlchmoud.
OUR LINE OF STACKS
Will leavr Ihe Urmlnu* of the Railroad Immediately after the arri
val of the car*, and reach the Warm Spring* before 9 o'clock.
Till* le the old familiar route to the Spring*, and le undoubtedly
Ihe best From Mtlboro* to the White Sulphur there le /«*** rhrgraj
f.y eipAf mil— than by any other route, with Mill a greater differ
ence in favor of the roads.
The public m.y rely on onr alway* having ahwaifrinf Nfiipe <ic
curnmiefdfeon, without crowding, and every effort being made to
plea*e Ihe travelera, by having careful driver* »nd making good
HARMAN A BROWN.
jtl-tl_
HIUHNOND AND DANVILLE tiAII.HOAD.
CUAKGE OF SCHEDULE.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT.
ON AND AFTER OCTOBER tho Itt, 18M.
TRAIN will leavr Richmond daily <Sunda
ed| at 9 o'clock, A. M. Arrive at Junction,
with the Southciile Railroad going to l.yncl.l
o'cloc k, >1 Arrive in Danville al 3 o'clock, P M.
Reluming, leave Danville al 7.13 o'clock, A. M. Arrive al Junc
tion at IX ofciock, M. Arrive at Rlchmood at S.1S o'clock, P M.
The Trains of Die Rlchmoud and Danville Railroad arid the South
ride Railroad, connect at the Junction, going both way*, al 19
o'clock, M. C. CAMPBELL,
ev99_General Superintendent.
VIIII.IM I AND TENNFASF.r f~— ■ iaup.HT-a
▼ RAILROAD — A OTI'K lo J-A.SStr.V M.ttFWr
(r A'A'.SL—CHANGE OF SCHEDULE -Dn and afuriF.n7i of “o
her, the road will be completed to the Tcuncwe line, and the Pas
senger Train will run aa follow, :
Leave Lynchburg at 6 43 A. M. and reach Brlrlol al 6 P M.
Lave Bristol *1 4 9ti A. M. and reach Lynchburg al 3 13 P M.
•cii-aru K II. HILL, (km. Sup't.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
f® t NUBKlft i .* d.
FAKK FROM RICHMOND,
J10 Lynchburg $8 fit) I Tu Lexington $4 0®
. To Buchanan 4 00 | To the NUunl Bridge 4 60
Farr from both Richmond and Lynchburg to Charlottesville, $9 SO.
Hattefled, go a fair trial, that the majority of travel on the racket
IkuU are better accommodated by leaving In the evening, w return
to the ol.l hour*—on and after Ute 99d instant, having Richmond
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 5 F. 14., reach New Cauton at 9
A. M , and HcotlavtUe 19 M. of the first, and Lynchburg at ft A M ,
and Buchanan and Lexington at 6 F. M. of the second day.
Returning, leave Buchanan at 6 A. M , and Lynchburg at 7)4 P.
M., Monday, Wednesday and Friday, reach drottsvllle at 1UR A. M ,
New Canton at 1 V* FM . and arrive In Richmond at ft next A. M.
Th** Boat* connect at New Canton with the ?uge for the Institute
ami Buckingham C. II., aud In Hcotuvllle with the Stage for Cliar
l«Ue*v11le.
|H»-f Time and Distances, In Card below :
Lears Richmond Mtmd*ty% Lea re / ynchburg Monday,
Wedne+lay and Fn-tay, at }V*in+*tay and Friday, at
ft P. M. 7* /* M.
ABJUVB AT TUCK. MU IW AMHIVS AT TIMB. MILBS>
Manaklntown 9pm IT Staple*'Mills, 11 r m 17
Jude* Ferry, 10 p m 99 Bent Creek, 9am 841
Mlchaux's Ferry, 19 m 81 Tye River, 4 "88
Cedar Point, 19)4 am 88 llxrdwa Wrvllle, ftl{ " 48
Jefferson, 9 "89 Warminster, 63g " 46
Femberton, 4)4 " 47 llowardsvllle, 8 "64
Columbia, 6)4 “ 67 HcotUville, 10)4 " 67
New Canton, 9 "66 New Canton, 1 )4 p m 00
8colUvllle, 19)4 pm 79 Columbia, 834 " 9«>
llowardsville, 9)4 " 91 Pemberton, ft«4 M 100
Warminster, 434 M 99 Jefferson, 7)4 •• 107
Tyr Rlw, 6* •• 108 Mlrl.aui'a IVrry, 9V “ 116
Bent Crr.k, 8* « 117 Judr .Kerry, 11 « 1*4
(U.pUra'Mills, llli r M 119 Maimklninvn, W*M 199
Lynchburg, 6 am 144 Richmond. 6 “ 144
BOYD, EDMOND 4 DAVENPORT.
Richmond, October 19.1865. ocIS
»oi'Tiir.K\ ■nroK’mu
M Y till NPOItTflfO LSTABMMinEYT.
SAMUEL SUTHERLAND,
mruRTsa a*i» m«*i ritTtMXM or
Cii’Nn* irnu s, risioi s, cv ^
9 MATKRI A lift. and the finer descriptions of TStJj
CUTLERY, No. 18Y Main street, Richmond, Virginia,
asks the attention of the ftoulhern publir to hit latft
and well selected stork of Good*, lie Imports di Mr I ^
rectly from Europe, and la therefore enabled to supply (luns, pistols,
Fishing Tackle, Walking Canes. Ac., upon as reasonable tenus aa
similar goods can be purchased In the .Northern cities. While, at
the itrnc time, he knows, from long experience In the trade, tl.at his
U4>ck I* better adapted to the wants of the ftoathern public than can
generally be found In the largest importing houses lu the Northern
and Eastern cities, lie deems It unnreeaskry to partlcolarise his
stock, ftofllre it to say, that It comprise* every article In the trade,
from Percuslons Caps up to the largest 8wiv«l (luns He asks a call
from ftoulhern Merchants and other*, with the assurance that both
price* and goods shall prove satisfactory. ocT
r ii i 1.1 i* i< % ii vi.
EAGLE F0l;YDRY, Richmond, Virginia,
cast srasrr, arrwess rasat and nrraasTg,
ANUFACTl’KEft LOCOMOTIVE ENOINKft, TEN- -
1YM der*. Railroad Cars, and all description! of Rail
road Machinery, Stationary Engines of any required nUjjjJ
power Also, Portable Engines, with a decided Improve- {MHefim
ment over any other* heretofore made, (from 5 to 40 horse power,)
on wheel*, and well adapted to farming purposes, getting lumber,
Ac., with improved Circular Portable Haw-Mills attached, of 1st, Yd
and Hd class. Mining Machinery,Or 1st and Haw Mill Machinery,
Forgings and Tubatco Factory Fixtures of evtry kind; also, Brass
and Iroo Castings made to order. P. RAIIM.
Rtrrava 0lc*h, Caroline County, Oct. Y7, Ifififi.
Mr PFIILIP RAIIM,
Eagle Foundry, Richmond. Vs,:
I>*4k Hr*—It Is with pleasure that I glvs my testimony In regard
to the performance sf the If Horse Power Engine and Third Clam
Mill purchased of you in January last. I Where It will drive a 4n
Inch Haw, and that Is more than you recommended K to do I have
no doubt that the farmers will And In this Fogtne, a useful Imple
ment on a farm, and recommend It to all who are In want of Kn
gtnea. I can saw from ft to 4/40 feet per day of Inch hoard.
Yours re.pectfully, IIF.NRY II. GEORGE.
apt 8_
A NEW AND IMPORTANT.
DIMOVF.RY IN TfflK NCVHNt'K OF NIP.VM
CJNE,
ENGRAVING* Of THE BEAM nf TIIE PATENT OFFICE OF
GREAT BRITAIN. ECOLE DR PIIARMAC1* PIIAKMACIEN DR
PARIH. AND IMPERIAL COLLEGE of MEDICINE, YlRNfVA,
are afllsed upon earh wrapper, and around each raae of
Tltlf ki n %|(, no 1,9, AND8.
Thus protecting t),e public against ttfrTATTorc,- which are liable to
the severest penalties courts of la* can award.
MU W. A BARROW. Jf*r«A#r of the IMPERIAL (X»U.«GE of
| VIENNA, and ROYAL OOLLEOE of BURGEON* LONDON,
may be PERRON ALLY OONBCLTfU at Ms resULoce, 157 PRINCE
HTREFT, (few hlorka west of Broadway.) Nfyr York, FROM II IN
TIIE MORNING TILL Y AND FROM 4 TILL 9 IN TIIR EVENING,
(ftundays escepted) unless by special appointment.
TMIEBEMAM. No I, Is the remedy for RELAXATION, PPKRMA
TOR It IDEA, and all the dlttresalng conseguencrs arising from ear
ly abuse, indUcrimtnata * lessees, or too long reskteace in tad rlf. I
mate*. It ha* invigorated and restortd to perfort health, thousands
of the debilitated who are now In th« enjoyment of all the fuse- |
lions of Manho«»4, and whatsver may be the CAUfiR-*. every DIB
tjUALIPffJATfON f.»r M AK 1(1 AGE l, irrurrciLLT iitawrio by this
Wondrrful if taco very f
TRIES EM AB, No I! , completely and entirely eradleutes all tra- |
oe* of Gonorrhtaa, both in Us mild and aggravated form*. Nteets,
fttrtcturss, Irritation of the Bladder, aon-r«t«ntlou of the Urine,
Pains of the Islnt and Kidneys, and those disorder* where Gopalva
and Cutwb* hare so long been thought an antidote, to the ruin of
the health of a va*t portion of the population.
TRIEREMAR. No III — In the great Continental Remedy for By
tils an* Beeondary Bymptotns It also sonstitotes a certain cure
•enrvy, Bcrnfu a, and all Cutaneous Eruptions, removing and
espolltng In lUcooree all imparities from the vital stream, on as al
together to eradicate the virus of disease, and la a never falling
Remedy far that clast of disorders which onfortunatety the Eng
llsb physteio* treats with Mercury, to the inevitable detraction of
the patient's constitution, and with *11 tbs He rsa par til a in 1b# world
cannot remove,
THIEftEMAR. No. 1, •, and I. sr# prepared In the form of a lot
engo, devoid of ttsta or smell, tnd ctn be carried In the waMcoat
pocket. JMd in tin otumo.anddinldnl into aaparnta rioar*, n*
ndmtniaiered by Valpeaw, La Re man, Rous, Rlcord, If .. Ac. Price
|B tush, nr f*mr cases in out far H, ahteh stew fR; tnd la #97 ra
«. *, wher* h, »her# l« a seeing of ft
Bruntt. Ass* an—sure having been made with the mritma Jftr
presses. Pe aloe dollar cases of Trtreemsr, and the larges slues, ore
forwarded by Dr Barrow, earring* paid, Immediately on ref• Iv
leg t remittance, to any part of the tnrM, securely packed and ad
dressed according to tho inetruileu* of the writ rr. thna sr caring to
the public genuine European preparations, and tCectnaRy prolee. t
Una \hrmfram *pnrion* ana pern t ritat • imitation§ The three
dollar rases tenlaa usual.but not fret of carriage.
To be had alan, from Dr. Barrow foe beautifully iRwetfalad and
popnlar work, "HUMAN FRAILTY, or fllYBIOLOGIOAL BE
JtKAROHE*." It deaerfbes In a clear and lacM asantier the cause
and effort* of the dlteaaea above enumerated, wish Instructions for
their proper treatment and curt. Price tft rents. Bent free In any
Addreus DB BARROW, 157 Prince forest, (few blocks west of
Broadway,) Now Tort. nod—dig
■ .YOU (<>t 4.UN 4 YD I ni.mu” ijnrmn an4
S’ W.aiha, prepared aw»r4la» la Ika pr.*.rlp«lon ot Dr Baa
^ I*3nn K' mw^TrAF&x
wa%i«&rajs.wa
•Mto la port ,*_ *
M-a^sss:^.
JJurete and Tong*. la Mia aad la pairs, Ma reej Baa
•raws aad >M Asrilroaa aad Bad Iron*
baa TeaKatUraand Baure-Pana. lin'd aad wMa'd
W metal aad pa re dale Prcserstng K rules
waltera, alngie aad lo satis, aoat msry kaadwme
HaMoe Warm, a general aeenrtairnl
TaB aad Bat butt am kraae Candlesticks and BkaSer Treys aad
leery handle Knleee aad Ml, af tl pieces, af BadBeea* aad
Bn daws’ leery handle Kalman, allhaat forks
Doable Maled table aad deoeert forte
Rodger,' end other makes af back, bone bad koflfo handle
Knleee and Parke
Packet aad pea Kalyas, of Rodgers', Weebubeha'i aad other
wakes
Brieaore aad IB sore, of Rodgers’ aad WoeUabolml stake
Kaaore, of Waatanholae*a and W. A 8. Da tehee *■ wake
Penning and hedge When re
bench and maoMIng flaaa, Baldwin's stake
Hand, panel, rip, tenant, pU aad ernes cal Base
Braces aad Blue, tort ft and firmer Chisels and Uaafas
Platte Iran*, af all tinea and af the bast quality
Bhingllng, lathing and bench Hate beta
Natl, bead aad carpel Hammers
Pula and bread Akre, Hgbl and beamy, af Blmweaa' auks, war
ranted
House earpealar'a and railroad Adaaa
Bqttarsa, Herds and Httoka-Bkaesa
Tee aad tear fold Bulat aad Tape Measures
Bucks aad IMee and Raman PUlse
Wrights'* solid-but Vice* and sledge and bwad Uammcrt
Nalls and Rplket. of all alasa
Angers and augee and gimlet Blits, all stars
Virginia patent P. Locks
Pad, stock, HU, chest, enpboard, mortice, rim and deemt Locks
Round, square and Bal Bolts, wroafbt and caul, af all stare
Curtain Plus and Curtain Oanda
Hank and woes Wire
Mason's challenge Blacking
Mineral, porcelain and mahogany Knobs, for fa roll are
Antes' aad Rostand', Bpadmt aad Bhosels, tool and abort hula
Manure and bay Forks
Morn's l.llllug Hoc* and grubbing llos*
Tt ace, halter, breast, lug, 01 and sail chain*
Buttlllngms, of emery alia and kind
Plate, book and tjr, strop aad T Hinges
Iron Hooke and Maple*, and lla*pe and Maple a
fUpf and of Ail nict
Together with almost .eery article nasally kept In me lln* af ba,I
area. J. W. KATVLlmt,
Corner of Mh and Broad streets,
—11*_Opposite U.AP.H Depot.
HARD WA RE.
FALL IMPORTATION, 1806.
P. T. HOOKE * CO.,
IMPORTER.* AND WHOLHALK DEALBBB IN
FOR MGS ASH V Oil RUTIV HARDWARE,
No. 44 Pearl 81., opposite H. IV. Pry's, Richmond, V*.,
HATE reeeleed direct bom the manufacturer, la England a full
and complete aaeortassut of Birmingham aad BheaeM Hi so
vans, and bom lbs inanufocturer, In this country, a full supply uf
Aurncsu wwsmis. inetr nom u now large aua complete, consist
ing In part of—
" Rodgers'** and Wostenholm's fine Pen and Pocket Knives,
Pocket Knives of 1, S, 8,4 and 4 blades.
Buck, bone, ebony, cocoa and ivory handle Knives and Forks,
leery handle Knives and Forks, in seta 51 and 58 pieces,
lasers of Waded iiuu:hcr'*.Rodg*r'#,Wo*icuhola's and Orvavs's
■aaufccturr. of every style and quality,
Bctasurs and Khrars of various makes and styles,
Single and double barrel guns, some very superior.
Pistols. Rifles, Rifle Barrels and Mountings,
Trace, halter, log, well, fifth and tongue chains.
Weeding and hilling Hoe*, all times.
Axes of Collins’, Simmons', and Virginia make.
Hand and panel saws. Hammers and Hatchets,
Mill, pit, cross cut and circular saws.
Spades and shovels of Ames' Rowland aod other makes.
Anvils, Vices, and Hoitth#' Bellows.
Sledge and hand llammera. Stocks aod Die*, and Screw Plates,
Blister, si tear and cast Steel, square ami octagon,
Castings, llorse Shoes and lloree Shoe Nalls,
Wire Selves and Sifters.
Horae (>•liars. Blind Bridles and flames,
Bridk Fillings, Worsted Heins and Girths,
Locks, Hinges and Vrews, of every description,
^Planes. OhUcla, Augurs and Files, of all kinds.
Platform and Counter Scales, patent Balances and fitcelyards,
English, American, and O. If. Prrrnaalon Caps,
Hav and Mauure Forks, 8, 8 and 4 prong.
Tea Trays and Walter*; and all other goods usually found In
Hardware Stores.
As our gwds have been purchased on the most favorabi# terms,
and srlrcird exclusively for the Virginia, North Carolina and Ten
nessee trade, we feel confidant we can offer strong Inducement* to
iocrrhai.li visiting this city, and respectfully mvlte them In an exa
mination of our stock, at wr arc determined to sell at low as any
house la this or any of the Northern cities
P ft—Order* promptly and carefully attended to. au24
FALL TRADE, 1856.
K.WITIC, RIIODE!i & CO.,
(LAIE SMITU & ROBERTS,)
lilPORTKRS AXD DKALRRS IX
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC HARDWARE, CUTLERY
GUNS, SADDLERY. Ac.,
Ao. 22 Pearl Street HickimotuL |fa.,
HAVK now on hand, and for sale, a large and elegant stock of
Hardware, especially adapted to the trade of Virginia, North
Carolina and Tennessee. and we would respectfully solicit from Mer
chain* and itadd'rrs, visiting the Martut, a call and an examination
of the tame. Our thick It full. Comprising in part as follow* rte :
Building materials or every <c script ion, a large tarie'y
J^TAolifur Carpenters, Maseru, Saddlers, Tanners.
Millwrights, Coo pets, Pmltli*. Ac., Ac.
Axles, Viiti, Chains, Anvils, Bellows, Axes, Ac.
Ilog Pklus, Bridles, Bltu, Biirrups, Webbing, Ac.
Paddles, Sht-cp Skins, Patent and Ruainclled Leather, Ac., Ac.
Shoe Last*, Pegs, Crimp Boards. Hoot Press, Ac., Ac.
Cutlery, Pocket and Table, a splendid variety.
Coma, Double and fiwgle Barrel, Putolt, Revolvers,
Rifles, Game Bar*. Pouches, Belts, Caps, Ac., Ac.
Whips of all dcicr ptlons in great variety,
Fancy Goods, at Port Monnaks, Purses, Violin fittings.
Pins, Needlrs, Forks, Bpadrs, Shovels, Hammers
Anchor Bolting Cloth, Ac., Ac.. Ac.
*el3
FALL 1MPORTAT1QN, 1850.
W. S. A Cl. DON NAN,
NO. 15, PFARI. FTBEET. RICHMOND. VIRGINIA,
Importer* and \\'h<4e§ale healers in Fine and Heavy
HARDWARE, CUTLERY AM) GUYS,
HAVE received by slops "Great Western” and "Harvest Queen,”
and steamers " Atlantic” and "Africa,” from Rnglamf, their
Fail importation* of Birmingham and Hhtflkrld Hardware, Cutlery
aud Guns, and are now pr»pared to exhibit to merchant* and oth
er* visiting our market the present season,a very large and complete
stock of both Foreign and American manufacture, and suited to the
trade of our own and adjoining BtaU-s.
Of g*od< adapted particularly for the season, our stock Is very full
and complete, a*
Pen, Pock' t aud Tab|>* Knives, Axes, Saws, Hammers, Ac ,
Razors, ficlMors ami Shears, Single and Double Barrel Guns
Locks of all kinds, aud Rifles,
Files of * Very description. Trace, Log, Coll A other chains.
Hollow Ware, Ovrns, Pots, Ac., Steel of different kinds,
Hhovel* and Spade*, Curry-Combs, Fry Pans, Ac.,
Coal IIml*, Fend* r« and Cinder
Sifter*,
Together with all other articles ususlly found In our line, among
which we are particular to keep constantly a complete a*»ortmeut
of best quality Carpenter* and Blac**mUA T*«>U% and Buildtnu
Uardtearr.
We respectfully solicit a continuance of the patronage liberally
bestowed upon u* for a number of years past.
•b*5 W. UO. DONNAN.
N. B. — Particular and prompt attention paid to orders entrusted
to u*.
I U,I, ini’liKTAYIIIN OK
H ARB HAKE, CUTLERY, RUNS, he.
JOHNSTON A BIIANSPORD,
■ ■rfi.T.w amd aid uiiil diilim ii
A'o 1*8 Jfnfn Strut, Sitfn uf O14 Crom Cut Sue,
RlCUMoSli, VA.
WK art now In receipt, per •trainer, Baltic and
Petals and paekel ahlpa New Orleans and
Planter, of our Kali Importation of Sheffield anil Blr- ?
mlngl.ain llardeare. Cutlery, Hunt, Ac., and having ■BSwRSKKi
•uperior facllltlea In our uew atore of etlilblilug our atoek, are now
prepared tn aeree our frlenda and all who may wire ua a call. We
respectfully aollclt au eaamlnaUon of our Mock by merchants visit
ing ll.la market. We would call particular alleuliun tu our Mock of
Table and pocket Cutlery
Buildlug Hardware
llouee keeping and house furnishing arUrlte
Carpenter,', Maekamltha' and ma. hlnMa' Toota
Farming Implrmenu, Spades. Wiorele, lloea. girt, Ac.
Maullla and tarvd Hope, wrought and cut Nails
OrlfUn'i genuine horse time Nalls
Hu'dcn'a and Virginia horse and mule Shots
Unuble and tingle barrel Oane and all other sporting liturra
■took Tin and llrluanla Ware, Ac., Ac.,
Together with all other artlelca In our line.
JOHNSTON A HRAN9F0RD,
<*1 No. 138 Main street.
CLARKSON A ANDKHSoN,
NO. I OB MAIN NT., M Kill.MON D, VA.,
IMPORTKRS OF
HARDWARE, CI'TLEUV, U .NS AND ANCHOR BOLTI.NO
CLOTH,
ARR In receipt, direct from tl.cfniar.ufac!urera In —^oviwa
Krtglan.1, Herman/ and tin, country, their
Kali supply, eml.rarlog every article uiually kepi by
the Hardware Trade. Importing direct, and pur
cbaaing for cash, enable, them to tell as cheap ae any k..ue l„ this
or any Northern clly, an.l they respectfully Invite the met. hauls of
v Irgiula, North Carolina and Trnncesec, vlslllng Ibis market, 10 e*
amlne Ihclr .lock before purehaalnw. Having In addition tbe rooms
recently ..erupted by Mraart. Word, W.|e.ger A Co., they have cor
reepon.llngly enlarged Ihclr Mock, and have Increased facilities tor
rihlblling I he tame Tliey are also sole agrnta In Richmond for
Palrbsnk 1 Scaler, whirl, they sell at mnnufaclurcr'. prices. aeS
I.EW1H H 11,1,7
Flinni l i: f OMMINAION MKRCIf ANT,
A TTKNDS to Ibr sale of Wneiv, Fiona, CVan and Tnnicon, and
A continues to birr out Negroes.
Ofllce on Oorrmnr or l(th atreet, Richmond, Ta. oc14
■ VIMMI UOODtl Jt s r HI'.C'KIVKO
B1 Kren. I. worked book and Jaconet Collara
Sun dolled Collara. at M.
Valenciene and IlnnRon Seta, Sleeve, and Collara
Black crape Collara and Collars and Sleeves, In seta
8-4 curia I,, Bamatke and curtain Minima, al low pri.ee
Dol'd and white hooped Sklrte
Quilted Skirl, and loef Whalcbonra.
W. f PARKINS A CO ,
Jl'<___ No. 141 Kafleftpuere
IK <>»«•• I •• M III! K I . I If f 114 If I .
A 38 came •• Keener,Ida " M,ee Myorlee
Id do *• Vnurrla" do
S do •< It M." do
an do •• F. 4 R " Calabria Slick fjeorteo
del ForMpby _JOHN 4. ROBINSON.
ON 4’ONMIGNiMF.N ■ .
Mountain Family Flour
t hide Ppl.aei.hnfg Applet, choir*
t do Farntalna
4 do Nova Scotia Kaaeeii.
Joel recelre l and for 8ale by
_ «*»<"____HfTNT 4 BRflTWFX
Hill S. Ill » II4II MHO* WIlIkKV, in Store
• I” and for sale by
,le I *-Jtur__NOT g 1.1. 4 RNOIMIRASS.
WAV II n. In Ihe Drug huainoao, already eetakliahed, a
Partner. One who underotaada the business preferred —
Address AOX 88.
Rlehmnnd. f)ce 3d. deS-tf
rim: Mill STAIN \% KINK V,-Harman A Snapp'i
•uperior old WMAy, from Augusta county, for ealr by
_»1 WOMBI.B A CI.AIBORNF, No. II Pearl M._
■ r.N Bi ll-4 lorillNfi AT COST l-I am now telling
R.J n» my aeeoelrweflt of superior Merino and Snappy tfndeo
elothlng tor gent's. W F 0W1NS,
'tot* oppnaltn American Nofel
KID Gl.ov FI. Jam reoetveA Alenaadm*! Aar* Kid
mr eea, f adlralltea 0 HaRTWgl.f. CO
K.NIM r VKTV, 4C' -fcaot and Brans Ton fire Sals, RrloMn
Jr Andirons, F-ndet* of Wire, Braes and Firmed Iran, Araaa,
Coe>P-r and Iron OoM Nod,, Ac., to to be had at If?, Main Mreet
*»1T _ J BVft.KI.RV A CO
rl.A i I: U 114 tlg:MS. We haveemae beautiful pat'erna
of Plate WarmalN. and •* the reason la non nl bond for the
nor of three nerreeary article,, we Would Invito the attention of all
is _1_ Bui.xi.rr a 00
4M||| Mtrai.fl AIMS mill, Ml HI MW
VN W BFBFoxi HPKRM and 'llotrl Onnd.ee." receiving tor
•Ho I JAMWIWIStrON.
|1HIIINIMnh» l ATI* NPI4 tu, MAKPM'N
N m Hr ma end rv*»e, Mosturd. Phoccolelc, Fin Bine and Penrl
Sir rob, tor tale by T BlXtft A Fit A IIP,
Anil _| 34 Main Meant.
rIM’AN Nf"(Nto —Nowerotr Tvano Pecan Note, very large
and alee, Joel rAetved and tor sale by
I _MHTf* J HOSSIXITX
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Umaa i/tunn la • ragalar anJ b«a*fajr cw"4itW,JlAJ^4| 400^
*'*\f4SMnS*rAAi£"’,.1 .
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lat. They an lb* MM pUaaanl Medicine lo Ulus l» *h# lurai al a
r'*i-l'1Th7y an the moet Bate Medicine la tabe. la tbe foe* of a PlU,
ter tbay do aot Wart Uw bowaU coatlr*. nor depute or waken tba
^Sd. They yrodaca lb* Boat delightful eibcU, upon lb* PyeUm ot
any Mod*** In Um tor* of a PM. AU whotak* tba* bar* a rsga
lar dtecharge of tba bo nab al a regular parted ad tow_
4th. Tbay ra*ort all bad feeling Ira* Iba *Ud and oarTupthu
moc* from the body. Awry on* nbo taket tba* rejoice* atUw bap
jjy etorie tbay produce upon Iba towel*. Um, tola, Rainey*.
teh^Tbly ptodoce Um earn* happy etoeto apaa iba Llrw, a* they
do upon l he tonal* ; upon the to In ue they do upou tba Pancnaa ,
upon tba Nerret, at tbay da upon *ba Rldoeye ; upon the Ahaorb
■nle, aa they da apaa tba Lactaala : upon Um lymphatic*. u* liny da
apoo tba tllaadular Ayato* rta. Regulate aa* Organ and Uyato* <
to a haalthy and baraaonloaa action.
4tb. They an *Ud In thrlr operation, ptoatawl to taka. ‘They
Barer ham on*1* *1 with.*’a* aa old lady once remark, d to na, nor
do tbay^yrtpu, or la any vtoa render UmbmoIt* die agreeable In tbolr
**Tus Tbay an entirely Vegetable, prepared fro* Um Aellr* Prin
ciple only, of Aromatic Gu*a, Plante. Roots, Balaam*, Ac. They
an highly coaceatralod, nothing mart to la tbalr compoelllan they
an mild yet actlru. On* Regulator U man powerful, lu repelling
fro* the System dleeueed and ucrtmoolou# bumort, than ala of tl.a
moat appporad ptUa m aae, and yet there an n* eloteut purging*
uo grlptog pain*, no alckncsa at itoutacb, or other unpleauant ***.
aatloo* creeping orer you from their uar. The toat la, thtrlr healthy
properUre. laan-ad of merely Irritating tba bow*la, apread through
*ul lb* whole enure ayeteta, regulating re*ry organ, and tnfualng
health lo errry tlaaua. Uraatlc Pllla, Malta, Mena. Ac., act .only aa
drain*,and merely irritate Um bowel* lo a loo**nee*. So, read**,
C>o eee, and If you take a few doer* of Regulator,, will feel, lo your
y, the great dlferrnce between Radway *1 Regulator*, that act up
ou the whole aysteta, and common pllla and other dr a- trie pargali.ru
that caaae, by thrlr Irritating properties; a dlatnaaing d lech urge of
Uta bowel*.
Off K TO THRU REGULATE—FOUR TO ill PURUR.
HOW RADWArS EMULATORS AND RRADT RAURP. CURED
THE SON OP JAMES TOMLINSON, OP PATTONS VILLA, SCOTT
OO., VA.. Of CHRONIC RIIRUMATIMM APTEH nrrKRN PIIVHl
oians rtiLro to relieve him. rrad thr latter :
January Wtb, ISM.
Mania*. Ruwtt A Oo,
I bar# hem agent altbla place, Pattonaelllr, Scott Co , Va., for
all lbs toat PUIa In uar, foe nln* year*, and In right good faith your
Regulator* rlrua totter aatlafactloo In thaw# mountain* of Scott, Va.,
than all tba Pllla I bare told. Everybody down hen call your Rugu
laton "The flood Pllla.” Jatart Toullaaou baa a ton that bad been
dlivaeol with the Chroutr Hhaumatlam.
fifteen different uLrticlatie baa tried to cure him. but could not
do II, *u tried at a TeMure, Radw.t’i Regulator, itir; ul*M, and
ta two ami be was euaipl.u\y cured. I bare cured a great naojr
people vtlk your Ready Relief, Regulator! and ReaotTent, that our
best doctor* down tier* could out touch—aad I Weil*re that where
the doctor* down bar* do task* ecure, they do II Wy Um use of your
medtatnaa. Your* truly,
DAVID 0. GIBSON.
NEURALGIA CURED.
Jttnoi, Ml**.. Feb 10,1U«
Merer*- Badway A Co.: A Aw days tine* I bought sue dollar'* |
worth of Eadway** Ready R*llef. 1 used It for Neuralgia, aad, to (t
my as ton lab meat. It gar* me almost lastaat relief.
JAMES T. LESTER.
Pffmbtr til K, 1866 I D*r*wa*a Sl*t, 1S65
CRIPPLED WITH INFIRM!- FREE FROM PAIN AND
TIBS. | WALKED WITU EASE
jkttua oa am* i* a.
A Severe /litt—/ufurw to IA# A'uee /liu— Sm-urLifintf Paint —
IbMi, Jmou AurieFiiiMoby qfXcdwiy'i Amily Mu/
Daunai, IViuitCo , Ta**., December Slat. Ib66.
I, JEPTIIA GAHUINIER of the abort place, do publlah, Dial for
many year* I bare beeli »®lctod with KheumalDm, aad on the even
ing of December Snth, lo&fi, while walking In my yard, I fell with
great rlolenre on the Ice, bruiting the knee pun very badly. I fur
ihcr certify that on the above day, Mr- John J. Msacdlct, a tratillng
agent of Radway A Co., arrived at thta place, and bearing of my
heavy fall and the terrible co mpl mint that afflicted me, moBiiucii*
tin! me to apply Railway’■ Ready Relief, which 1 did, and In a eery
•hurt time the pain ceucd, the swelling abated* and I am now able
to walk without the ubc of my cane, free from pain. I have »r* .4
several other remedlee but found no relief. In cascv of extrrmu pain
Railway's Rrady Relief Is far prefnable to all other K-oiedlv* ; If
any one doubts the truth of IfcU certificate, let them call on iuc at
my residence, or write to me at Drvsdcu, Tcun., and 1 will give
them full Information.
JVPTlUOATtnnvIRR
For years Mr. Gardinler had suffered the torturing paint of Rheu
matism, he was unable Is* walk without the help of a stick. On the
ifth of bocembvr he first tried the R. K. Relief—on the 81st he could
walk without any aid and free from pain. Let all who are crippled
or bod rlddeo, think of this.
FEVER AND AO UK.
Railway's Ready Relief and Railway Regulators, are Positive Cur
atives for Ague and Fever. Let those afflicted take from 3 to 6 of
Railway's Regulators every right, and a traapoonful of Rrady Re
lief, 'n water, oo rising In the morning, and twice during the day —
these will soon free jour system from the poison of Ague.
Spring Is a transition season of the body—as well as of the year,
and the economy of the system demands that thr surfritof thr win
ter be carried off, to enable U to withstand thr depressing effect* of
summer. Rad way's Regulators are as nscmsrj to keep up the
health of the body of man, as an occasionable nibble of fresh grass
Is to the ox or the horse.
Much pain and ml wry, sickness and long suffering would be pre
vented if, on the first Indication of the system being out of order, a
dose of Kadway's Regulators were swallowed. Every dose that la
taken will Infuse new life and fresh strength to the weak and nervous
body.
SPRING DISEASES.
If those who are soluect to or afflicted with Fever and Ague, Head
Aches,Skin Diseases, Breakings Out, Plmr4«e, Blotches, |*uc.uU-»,
Tetterb, Rash, Dolls, Humors, will use otsr K. R. Rrmedks. we will
guarantee them protection against the visitation of these maladies, or
If afflicted, a speedy and effectual curs.
RAD WAY'S RENOVATING RESOLVENT
Is a positive cure for Humors, and all eruptive Sklo Diseases.
THE FIRST MON. t]
The presence of Pimples* Blotches, Pustules, Tetters, Rash, LlUle
Sort*, Painful Itchlngs, Hot Flushes, Ac-, are sure indications of the
Ksencc of foreign and Impure hnmors In the system, and If sl
ed to mingle with the blood and remain In the system, corrupt
ing the blot d and filling the sewers of the body with impurities, Sores
anil t;leers will break out, and cover the body with their repulsive
presence.
Thr Skin, under these poisonous Influences, becomes an erupt I v*
volcano, exhibiting to the eye the disgusting lava of dierase, In ths
form of Balt RUum, Cancers, Ulcers, Fever Bores. Putrid Flesh,
Ring's Evil, and the most Ft iaktful Eruption* of the Skin.
kadway's Renovating Resolvent has cur^ | the most lerrlblo of
Skin Diseases aad Humors ; It will never f the worst cases.
PAINS AND AOHk!).
RAHWAY'S READY RELIEF.
Has dune more to relieve thr afflicted of Pains and Acbes, and the
tortuirs Inflicted upon the human race by disease, ll an ail other re
tnedUs, or the skill of 'he most eminent physicians and surgeons In
•Hr world. The moment Radway*a Ready Relief is applied to ths
parts where pain or uneasiness is seated. Its sooHiIng effect Is fell,—
the sharp, keen darting paroxysms of Neuralgia, the severe and tor
turing palm of Rheumatism, the torments of Gout, Lumbago,
Sprains, Strains and aches of every kind, will quickly give way <>u
the application of Radway's Rrady Relief. The most terrible of
acute Infiamatory diseases have beeu cured by a ftw applications of
Hits Ready Relief. The Lame and BUff-Jolnud, the crippled and de
formed, arc soon restored to perfect health by Its use.
PALMY-HIII t nATIMI.
Mhc the R. R. R. Remedies raise*f Afrs. JVaruA A. IJouak froea <i
Crippled and Helpless < Vmdiiion, to Souml Health, after Ihe
skill offbur of ths most learned Physicians in New York had
failed to reliess her, l>rs. Parker, Reese, Wardls and Maids*
lan.
READ HER LETTER.
Javosbt n,
Manama. Rahway A Co*—I tried your Ready Relief, and had mv
ml fit a r.il.lt.-el will. It an.! T nov.r f-ll afU, tk. ... _
I waa rubbed with It up to lb* pment time. Birr, I do not know
what to compare It to but a charm; for It It a myttery to me. I waj
a cairn.a roe two t r a BA, anil had not tha prrper nae of my limba
fur three years. I waa worn down to a aketetou. I then commenced
the use of your Ready Relief, Reeoleenl, and Hryulatora. The puln
left me In ten minutes, and I began to fata etrenyth eery feat, and
could walk olih case In n few week*. Hefore I heard of your Reme
dies, I war lakeu to Dr. Parker, Dr. Reese, Dr. Wardle, Dr. Macielaa,
and many niher physklana In liila city, 1 cannot now remember. I
waa completely pulled to piecea by them. My ronatliutlou was
broken up with medicine, that did me no yoad. I could not pat a
foot lo the yround, nor pick up a pin. I waa lifted and carried up
and dawn naira Ilka an Infant; and now, lhank Mod I by the use of
your Remedies, I am aa etrony as eecr. I had Ihe common rheuma
tism -IniUiomaiory and chruulc—and Ilia palsy. You can publish
tlilr, If you like. BA K All A. IIOHOH,
tea Mth street, between the Tth and Blh avenue, N. Y.
DOWRY. COMF1.A5NTH.
Fifteen lo twenty drops of R R. Relief, In a Ulna paler, taken aay
eeery IB lo to minutes, will quickly atop the must dittraaslna die
aharyra of Dysentery and Diarrheas. It wlU In a few mlnatoa atop 1
the palo. I
R. R. R. Ramedlca are told hy all lha Uruyylata In Uie State, and
by Purcell, Ladd S Co., Richmond; alao, by Adte I Gray, Rich
mond. MIDWAY A 06.,
JalS—dawly—mhtt 1H Fulton It rest. New York.
kkisii Ainu h 1:1.1 aiii.i'. niKnif iitrt,
MEADE 4fc BAKER,
PRAOTIOAfa OHRMIBTB AND PH ARM ACRCrTIRTR,
1S6 H. W. Onuu or Mai* am* 10n mirm,
RICHMOND. VA.,
Orrr.H TO FIIY*I« IAKN *n<l r*m\)Wnm cm- _n
plvtv *o<l varied ssvortmenl of ptrjtctiu frtak I>ru/«,
Mtdlrinea Owmlevl and Pharmarwotk-al Prvp*ratl<.Bs ; \M
Orood and wliolv Hpleii, lift**! and /mr#, Aur/trsl Instru A
mvnts and Appliances; Truss*** In grvst variety. Hcrmrru*, to.t.ul
dvr Bracts ; Medlrln* Chests ; Medleal Raddle ll*v« , Perfumery ,
Roapr, Urusfier, Oombr. Ofara. Hem.king and Chewing Tobacco, of
lha b-tt brand*, Pure and Old Brand/, Purl Wine, and the beat Iron
don P.'fter, seferted especially for Invalid*. dvIR
FIT 17 h toc k 7
BOOTH, SHORN, TRl'NKH, k c.
t JOHN r1 PAOt.Ja , reaped folly announces ____.
W.In hi. friend, and tha public yenerelly Ihnl KiMjTu
he la now reeelelny, and wUI ronilr.ua to re- \A
celra by every arrival Dost the North, hit Pall and
Winter alack of
HOOT*. Rlfor*. Tlltf'K*. AC„
eoneletlny of Ihe anal earlety of atapla ynoda, inyathrr with every
thlny new hi hla line of huslneas. Hl< stock l>aa Jutt been eater ud
by Mmaelf with yreat care, of lha moat celebrated manufacturers,
and huuykl for Ihe moal part with cash, and ha Ballera himself will
eumpare favorably as lo alylr, quality and prlee with any la Ibis elly
Ills .lock of m.nufaelarlny material la second to none, consletloy
aa It does of Ihe vary beat brands of Frrnch and Uermaa Calf
Bklne, float and Morocco Skint, far yrntlemrn'a wear, and lha beat
Imported Mock of every description for lad let’ flatters and Shoes
He respeetfally Incites a eall from hla friends and the puMla.
seM JOHN C. PAOK, Js., IS Main streed.
CARHUUP.B1 CASSHIAHKRM rdTWu.
AI.PRRD KINO, fajK-MXV
OAtaiioa atiariovnau, oaaaqvaaa aai/.w aina.au. w.rrai,
raaaatia a t a a a v,
W ■ AS aa hand a larya aeonr«man! of beat nastily, and meat Faeh
■ 1 lonahle Hlylee, Coache., Ooacheea, Charrlop—., Rarawrhea,
Rock away., ftttde Seat Top Buyyya, and Doyyy. with aad without
Yopa.
I have aim at my Repository a larya assort men! nf Northern made
Oerrtayes manufactured by tha most approred makers, rsnytny
from the liyldeat style of na lop Duyyy, fa the Snaal order of reaches
Those la want of rarrtayr. will And It to their I filer eel lo rail and
•rawin' my Nark, na I aa determined Is tell an Ihe moal reasons.
MeH—a.___»aAS
FA 1.1, rAYIPAYOR, HIM.
FASHIONABLE CLOTHINO.
IB RO leave lo ratarn my many thank, for lha liberal nelrenaye
bestowed upon me of lata yra re, and hope by rinse attention to
my patrnaa wants la merit a continuance of the am.
My faculties are yr.aur than aver before, and 1 am determined
(In all fair competition) la sell my food# (of lha net quality and
Workmanahlp) aa law aa any ho see in my line In Vtrflnla.
My Mae* will he larya and ample to Inaare a St. My styles are
new, and will conalat of all lbs tales) and meal desirable sly lea and
Ctterne, both nf art and namoe. In lha market. A rail It rtapert
ily antic lied from all In need at 11« ,VIA IN NTH F.F.T.
Mr Mono; SMALL FROms, LABOR BALSM-OOOD ART!
01.FB AND SATTHFAOTION TO TH* DYIYRR.
aaS WM YRA PMITIY
HI II III HH’ HAMI»WAHR.-We have In stars, and
for mla at law pries*, a larya assortment af Balldere' Hard
ware, enrh aa morilee and elm Lorka, with mineral, pomrtsfo and
plated Knobs , raMled and sHdlny done lereks; very an,.Tier front
door rim and maruoe lorka, Iran and bram wharf Sheaves; Iron
and brass Rail; Rlake'r Window Follies : Bad, Card , square, raand,
Rnah. ahotier and ehaln NnNs; door and Ulnd RlnpM; Bash Lerka ;
Blind Faatenlny.: Baah Wriyhte; rwt and wrowyhl Nalls; flonrlny
Brads; Boithlny Rails , ytmlet painted ftyrewe, Ac
CLARtftON A ANDIRBON,
Hall ___Na. HM Main etreet.
OEOIBUft BTAgRRTT. ~ i
NO, III MAIN RTRRBT, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
a.aavtcvraan aaa naaLsa ra
UTIIVf k, MANIA**, FI HHAOMI Tin, Japanned,
11 Copper and Iron Ware; Section, force aad Chain Pimps; Rath 1
Tabs, Water Rama, Lead Ftps, Finn, Sheet Irmi, Farmer's Sills It.
Ayrlcnliaral Psmeese I Faleni Fori able Orests, made nf heal flat
vaataed Sheet Iran; also, Oalrantaed Iron Ftps, for walla aad water
waft*.
AN arAar* fop war* or merchandise promptly aad faNbfoBy eve
«**• art
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