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%-nir.MK 01. RICHMOND, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 18C0. *- NUMRER 8."
RICHMOND DAILI WHIG.
TRIMS:
■ e nff cliun; Semi Weekly ^ Weekly, 93 . al~
Pai’tTipe1 |J#l;.oun*-«« nay be mile st the t'.ak of the
«a>> 18 (w« where evidence la tacen on the deport! ol a
0*e* utrtmng money.
latterlc vn* ai>vg»T..-u*o.
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tee" '!"’ ~o marked on the copy f~>r a specified num
MrIrtkijwll be voutiaar J until orJered enl. anJ payment
tie JJtV.'uHkSaMWsnwnei* T.> avoid any miaun.lemun.ling
*w • ,
ite ela to their immediate bueiue**. Krai
thai :he;r W “ , , . r t,i>, rtiaeiu-ot* »eut by them to be au
.erlatlon
aJJ8!"1-* ^ , i ...:.cj Agetita* Adee Mcemenl* not to be
t* .1. tl, i tr but to be charged at the usual rate*, aubjeel
ce-.olb. agreed open.
V.‘ir- «iJ ,-arly advertiser*. generally, engaging one
*»- '* s ,1,1. privilege »f change,shall not, »n their
*r i* r# T * jn tnv ... week. Insert more tfivn the arnwunt
J • ' r the Contract, aud all c«0cr
• . I atthe wswwii than
Sr W kly »'* { at 7S cenin
... , fortlie -. - . ud il) Mate
r • , w 7 >
p *i _
sht ||H) LAKlii: AM* ATI K At Tl V II
Ol‘£NlSi* OK
PHY POOPS,
i: k i:»: i» t a a r <> \
tp > : l, -i part, during the part week, an ! by the
i|M Mew l rk to day will belu receipt of tMf fail
.i i,iy .if i»rv <• .da
* f Infgn Wt* >*f Pre** t ■ * i I* iSl \ i •
. New Turk daring tl ;>u< wi k >H of which
C ... . '! - . , ,
*e -ai «; il *’‘ ntlon to a large and choice asse rt men t of
[. « ... emkaunng tH grades, from 15 cent* per yard,
t IN r hest .tyie*
Pc. -.J Ar-;e -an i*i I Pren. h Pe Lalnea
M‘.vr ine t>e halite Robe*. a* very reduced prfeen
I'tiatcd French Mean *
K T Tal l ami Striped P-pUnt
tel >urv Jr Iberia
art * gr. v' . ari tv of other new and beaoilftil fabric*.
1 • n**t them
F- ii Mo»liu Collar*, at price* mu. h I.*a Uian uaual
Kcci Point Lace do.
Ma’<r*e lo. da
H a P-.lal Lace Sett*, a splendid assortment.
y(r *reai*.' making I i'ge ad Ll|. re I . our
STUCK UP NKURO CLUTIHMJ:
Urge lot* ■>' Wi and ft I Pnil-d CUJI a
Mar v.and Penitentiary Unary*
<ft.r . ii i. S*Il.-’». *11 nuai v
Thynla J> vn*. kc *
A - a . • e *!■•• k of F v.ed Cash., tj »n I C lyslmrret, Negro at I
L . v Hr a URKrt'l 'i Jt Put,
2U Be ad Street.
,v . FALL 1M3
[ V. K. PAKKKR& CO
K...evr.ro \...>r:r'iyar up stipi.f \i> fancy pry
K Ty . • * »*•- b-vw and well w
i . , t ' k..ui :..N an.l DOMESTIC DRY HOODS, to which
,
I p t , M , k If cured *11.KS
I K 8 * t «.l!<r* UK h <'<13815
•• •• r.ltii' UK FPSOM, 'or m-imlng
« • t. . Flown -d 'ILK ROBFH
I KhmR hi t • 'll K ROkKS
- p, . p- ■ .! MoCSSHUMC ROBES
I k ,p, -i P* ■ - I MoUSS.LINKS
Ht MSIJSI, Ul lNTItl, pil l M CHtTUi
m y, . MKUIV'LS
I BO-ifr : rh HIRUtOkS
I Ka k *1 y-SUNlS
B Ms « R-tMHUfS’? PU.'k afPVCAS
- rm i i .iniy c t>smr*M »r i vkstimh
Wudl • d. i try »r»d «D PI < < r I*
I - .).<>• . 'vrivk”I l.lNSKkd ».*,
a ■ , I »’ -r- i * -T irl'l 111. \VKITf
r . :ft. re. • v--v .r’-rle-,, i, < ,- p- hi *Argt-cla*a PryOnnd*
use. Ail of *h: h we will aell very • heap. «rH*—'•
JLUVLt CITY MOIUHNU A.\l» PUMYli MILL,
O RN‘K -'F flRUKSK AMi MOKtjAN STREETS.
>H> H. FI Ll.UK, ... Proprietor.
i- v- *
1 \ > l* »
:,k fr-mwing* of every deacnpuoti. Bra ke-.*, TruMta, an<l al
:• o' fet <-l au l Straight Sating. Il-.'.ae t irving, Ac.. Ac. Any
He*i tw-t-ni worked t-> -filer at short notice W. iod Turning ir
u branches. Plain. Pannelnl and oelar-.n Newel*. «B I-ami
, '.|er 1 11.-. - » 1 *■*-■' •<- *
» Mkh ./any. Itlu.-k Wallin', W ik. Cherry ami Pino Slair
JB. is*e | ..r worked to order. The price* merited on each pal
- * <s* >■ , k «e-,i to order t < any par’ --f th<- United State*, are
• 1<« ft..t ■ „ vne measure.
N it t>to <f the largest st-.cka of Moulding* ami Trimming*
kl greatest variety of Pattern*, manufactured <-’ the vrrv be*f
vteruvis, will always be found al '.-I* ewtabllahtuenl. Planing
ik neatness and despatch T. ran cash.
JOHN it If id.pK will vise manufa lure and glee particular
k set. ** to *» - W.-rk, lot Churches, Pul-.-' Buildings. Dwelling
-as s, 4 Win I e Kr,m-«. A- ma.lo to rdcr al short notice
>aa4 »n4 Square PI. ,<-t Fence, Ar. Als->, dealer in l>u»r*. Hashes
4Bh»4»,.d very description, manufacture.! < f the best mate
u. and * t-ranted to stand in any -Uraate. Builders' llardsrare,
ll every art e to t at l':::. furnished at tho lowest cash pri- r*.
arMeit- I Ir. - and Slate Mantels, Terr* Cotta, Bracket*.Truce*,
•I I a Oat-*, A- SP“ lh signs and Drawings furolahed at »hor*
11 IN Hid IIPT OK Til KFtLL F-shi ..*
i w
11.- JOHN THOMPSON. *T Mains'
dll4 FARMIKIP HIWI.
, penally -.1 Faiin. * s-wrar. The are Double Solo*. Sew*
a»d very long Leg Hey are equally adapted fur lluntamen,
letters an I Teaimtcr*. Also, a general aaaortmcOt of sverv
tier kind * -r-t, c -ap al •
oclT WM. WALSH.
PHILADELPHIA
PREMIUM TRUNKS.
JAMKS K. BROWN,
Mamtiarturer.
Iwf ASONIC TEMPLE,
SO. Ml,
PlIrjTP l"B "I* I. t> »a N»
■ PHILADELPHIA.
■ _
H '1I»M Illl’iuis.
^■vti vm v *
CHIXVET CAP^”
cutmcT c\p^>,•,
4 KI K*ti 4 PAR*> Vottrry,
^ ®ro*-r of tSU an.! Cary (Hi ■• u.
7" * * W1T.U \U» .«\\U KL V. RAID
f AA II.I I | *|* \ K»:ii>,
■ rUODl’CE
< ommixsion Moix'liant^,
t CvRSKR WAtSTT ASP SKl'OSP ST REST,
nai1«ni)|l, Hh)<>.
V ®fd«M fo- *>1 >». :i.l W . ■Irra I*roil tier, an J mtki
B'' « *»!> ISHtMl C«Ml(aMS|i1
r nandi*** ,n 1 ^orrJi.r o-c<**iL*. uf pur.buvni.
Bi'.l — Jtf
B di**m©1.1 ri©>.
flrrs .*f CHrHt’H % FI.RMIN ) j thU .Jay DnolTtil by mu*
^B .ai c- i%~ it. Mr Kleuun* licit.lag to remove to the coun
a V '*f- Oiurch *in ''M J»u«' lit the b'uiuas at the old turd, and
»et) slock on ban-1 at rt*itu *! pritr*» fur c«?aA, till l*t January
V P-ikvr partuer it tltkvrM to settle the business ..f the
^B**1 (Mtifk WILLIAM D. CI11KCU,
^B' s_ __ W\| P. PLKMING.
At VT< BE*. JEWELBV,
NR Silver and Plattnl Ware.
K. *• »• »»«■*,
- *M y OB • .1*1 *!4r*raaJ.-il;:[>!et«a»».>rt- < £
'
|B • .i—. s b • offer* t-. kU Iri**u Is *nd the public
S. * lu<*i teriua. II- mould call particular atteu'ivn
%'^c^ '* * VTCHB*. *u ;h \a Ju!e* Juryetlaen, > 11 Adame H
^^B i TT-‘li afdetle. Jj>* t'mnory, Henry Keyuoids Lemon, Jot.
A . Cph/.» and other celebrated makers. lie aUo kt"N
f r.ch Diamond Met Tnyer Rings, Shirt But
a? l" **'* C uater and Single Slone Breast P*na. for gent*. —
!B ♦ »rg*» ji» rtuietit uf Ladles’ Carbuncle. Oral* l.aTa,Cameo
r**r} > » t ru*- an and PMn Coil rhaln B-a 'rleU, Chatl iin
^B^ Nr*« Cha na. Charm*, Sieere Buttons, Shirt Huttoxs, He.,
«B _ T*"r F-a *»'• #• «bleta. Plti-hrra, Salt Cellars. Cupt, Bouquet
^B ’*• Rudies and Porks, H**rry Spoons, Asparagus
T^ugm, Nlver Spo. tta and Porta, fine Stiver Plated
^B^ - i io r f>r «q h lndu *em«-nta that casnot fall to pleaae ln
^^B 4U* W), A v-ali 4a re»p*clfuUy sOlklUd.
H S A. MYFRS. •
B keali.v ©OOD MIIOE*.
XEW STOCK.
^^B* 4*4 waki-g and Hav-joat received this day by Steamer, an
r » -» ot Men • very heavy Prime llru^ana. Pegged
^■*,4^c< s* an 'u.jauj<o-l V»* wear wed. Ws warrant
^^B * iul»v--«Mr to any in Kiauwal A.**>, a large M-ak of
^B.^t*** Araj* Broy’..ia WkoU cut, uA assm aid-a Paraieit
!h<’® •*» *st ttflv# moat os, s,i}u*ut any t^culiug
mBt**** w,»*nvna Sbo*aof the best quail v.
Ut,u‘ ,r» •ard of tas 0*^4 Ahoas or llo-.u t** rf ve u» a calL
rrTNPv h watts^
^BB< Lh INb BMiiaiBBIKII
V*. 4 .«r, u- » i4tF.fr, ,r(j Cottar*
O-i *•;# p4nt Li.1* iltortr. ,ii<] Collar*
. * *- t« Mhli a 4i.JC J.iaM
MiiJIi. *1*1 La * ColUr*
l*M M Hirrrv*
I ' *1*1. nob . 1 - f i.,
Eu** J Vc*r* .ti l Si- .Tr*
bi*. * Lacv Vrfi, a*uir r*tr* rwk
r' ''' i/4i 44 . of r.*n trrr* .*41**. Poulin*. V»Irn
E.'-•*, 4jj . ivi - 4> url'.r t oj*. 4I
MJ.rU!>!,,,, CtUO-iriAN * uiucr,
'*> M»,o
.«• *14', j,„ CoCrr, «l , *t.«r**.r i *»il, y , U,r
__ JjMr I A *4 B UCVKNFOKT
S. —4o -*ou. Ew-*., ta .lore 40*1 f*. #*1* ty
SB
fO VHK* ASHTON CUT, in stars* ana f -r sale
zl M___til WALLACE BoKJl
"■U- MiBA LtHce MO. 1 MAIKBB*
•cr t, Mor,, *aj k,, c,
1 «M WAL1.AC* *O.NA
N O riCR.—IKxlrous to do whwt we can to build up
wt M'Kl
MHl RIN'i OCK OT VTHINU IN THI* CITY, at the M
earliewl «U> u »nch wecta make artanccmerit» U» do sou »i !*■
<lur Mr k*-eQ htii bn a abxeut in for the la.Ht three
'iiMis f.decline c U for < ir spring talcs, and from hi* long ex
*• iic« an ! well-known taste, we expect to AoW tl f most allrac
tivssw k ever »*ro ia thU market By the 1st day of February
w- >.\a 1 have iu sU>r, * superb spring stock for the wholesale
trade, and w »*an • -stly iuvte a call from Merchants who have
hrrrtsforp fon • North Our extensive operations Important ad
xautages tu the purchase of g»mU, and long experience, rnwMe us
to «s ^reat inducttueuia i» tinea* of anv house in the L nion.
£eT- We h**:: fni.i thU uay off-r all WINTER CLOrilINO at
soil »>e* a win uskt it to the :Merest < l pur h Mf tO
anticipate ihe»r wan la.
jiJ KKKS, BALDWIN A WILLIAMS
itn n oveiu o\t.
VND make your • -Lctiun from a good stock, having all the re
quls:'. w for cornf rt, d :r ability and accuracy, which may be j
found at 110 Main Btreek
wry A DRESS OR BrSINKSS COAT,
and be sure to lock at the xss. rtiueut ah«>wn at 110 Main St.; at
the tameti.iie be assured that » yle and quality are points we al
ways try have, t-: the boat order.
CI V A 1'AIR OK PANTS,
either ':tn . rhlaoL, l*u! be certain to buy x pair of some kind,
an I th**n get a ^’vi" 1 art: le, we would recommend 110 Main St.
Brv A VEST,
Velvrt or O^lm^r ••, silk - r Cu*hi:i> r.-, ^ *in or Sattlnett, any kind
you want, and remember 110 MAIN riTKKKT Is the best place In
town to make >\*ur selections. Tl'PMtN A HULL,
de9 110 Main street.
HCSBIIRS OF THE I.EtilsEATt HE
WILL KIND A LARGE STOCK OF
srmnoi: clothing
AT
Ml YI FSON A H I LIKII’S,
119 *l:till Mud.
J II SIMPSON, Richmond. | II T. MILLER, Nottoway._
HKU> Qt ALTERS
Hl< linoxil *1 I in: CLOTHIVG.
EMHKKAnl the I glslsture ami stringers visiting Iko city,
_>| a|u iin.l by calling on the suhs.rth.-r t lure** ami fashionable
a.. ,riincnl of elothin * ..I lib »wn ni.inufacturv, as low as the same
. . rkaiBt Ip . t behwl ol Northern luanufsell v
Hr he. hr. i, manufacturing the larg- r |>ortion of his work here for
111• past ten \ r],r. tt I . e i.-sure hi customer, that they shall
ha' Kit .somi w >i.» k-; •iiiict., tha* *'a!l compare, In every res
\ . if.’ g. As I kia .'Oil
vinerd that clothing can beinanufaeiured in Richmond aa low as
atijr city in the l'nion. K. B. SFENCE,
Clothrir anti Merchant Tailor,
,1,-; No lie1, cor. Main and 15th at*,
Nl.l.lttt t LUilinti K«H MEN AMI BUIS.
W. t.av -t r ft our t»n make, a largo slock of N!
GKO CLOTHING, for both men ami hoys—Coats, Jackets. Bants,
V . Hi Shirts an. I Sack- which wc will s«it at the wry lowest prices.
Eur bargains, . all on DAKRACOTT, HARKIs ACO.,
No. 118 Main street,
Je81 Successors to Merchant, tVeisiger A Co.
1>t»»s' ovi:neo\TN! HOYS* OVKKCOATS!
y — \t . Adana * Oa.k Raprtn, a
I choice assortment .if Children's and Bovs' OVKR0OAT8, really
good ami cheap Those of our customer, who have been waiting
can now be supplied with --at Thing nice. Call at once.
DAKRACOTT, HARRIS a CO.,
No. lli Main street,
Jeit Baccttsiors to Merchant, Webuger A Co.
1 NOTICE. I
bi. 1 >. K KKjLING,
TAILOR AM* CI-OTHFER,
No, ljtt Main Street,
n Adjust returnetl front New Y"k, and Is now prejiare.t to ex
hibit the f .st attractive s'oek of g ids that he has ever had
the pt.issure ol . Senng to his frteu.U and the public, consisting In
1 ‘ (LOTUS, CASMAIERES AM* VESTINGS.
'the newest gtyUs. which he will make to or.ler in the molt ap
proved maimer. Kits warranted to please iu all cases.
Aid'd,
It. «• -e and rerelrt g, a ch- ce selec'U n of gent’s, youtlis’ and
RE VDY-MADE CLOTHING,
of evcrv IU lr ail-l s:v le
Gh.MLbMKVS FURNISHING GOODS,
su-h as Shirt*. Collars. Ties. Gloves, Hocks ami Drawers; Merino
Shirts and Drawers, "f rood quality.
« R. D KEELING, No. 136 Mala street.
>|IO I It E 1*4 HLH.li onsequooce of the unpreccdrnt
1 ed »uccru of “t»ur Model Shirt,” we have made arrange
mer.t*, twEich au h.-T*t.,f. re In p sstble, on KCNiii of the great
demand In New Vnrkl to .i/«-<»v* have * large supply of this popu
. vr Start on han-l, lu every variety of style and quality, so that
it. ..e sen ling or Iws will now have th-m tilled regularly and with
!e*pa-. ‘ \. » ar.- th- * le Agents for this Sh.rl l:i Richmond,
*e would respeetftlUT esll t*-e attention of those who have uot
« rii Our M i-1 to ai examination, and they will become ronvlnc
ed Ihsl Hi* ti ■ lei, >f,i: 7 m »f ihtm’ift Mirtever offered
for sa -. Wo are In prepared to make to order from scientific
tneasu e» at st • • ■ , »nd it re ■ ■ »vt on
-. i E N 11 KMl.N 'S El.'KN l.SHING
GOODS wh.ch nbra everything pertaining to the business,
and which will be offered at g’evlv reduced prices
-TCKTKV \\T A MAGWIRE,
,N.. ,u Main street. Richmond. Va.
HOKKI I1ITED WHOI6IIT IKON % N IE
WIRE RA'.I.IN . tJhetred by Letters Patent I -Admirably
a t rpted for en - r.g Public Grounds, Cemeteries, Balcony*, Cot
tag.*. Ac -'I - l . I Ox Hurdle Patent Wire, Sackllng H.-ad
*tea h. with every variety of Voiding Iron B-adsteads and Iron
Furn.ture. Patent Wire Coal Screens, Ore, Swtd and Gravel
Screens, Wire Netting for M.ap.I'o, sheep, Poultry, anti other
- . r 11,uses. Fancy Wire Work In great va
riety, for Gardens, Ac.
M W ALKER A SONS, Manufacturers,
No SSo Market, N. K. cotuei Sretir aireel, Philadelphia.
ocA—dly______
IOi HNNIITIIINi;. hei.l ku
J PLATING.* The subscriber ha* just returned from the
Northern chi- v where he has laid in a I try- supply «f material* ol
the best quality, used In 1 ksmithiug, Bel! Hanging, Silver-Plat
,ng, etc . a..d Invites public attention to his business lie has ent
phiye.l the best workmen to be had, and 1* prepared to make to
utter evt ry kind of Lock, 1 hsog Hulls in the best manner, and to
do Silver Plating 1st a style not to be surpassed by auy establish
ment in th • c vuntry All his w rk Is warranted, or no sale.
After an experience of maiiv years in this city, and an ac
lualntan- e with the best Lock makers In this country, he tixtters
himself that he can give sittilfeetton, both as to workman,hip and
p,i- .-*, and therefore solicits orders from town and country, which
will meet with prompt attention.
Per*-.nj wishing to have Locks made or repaired. Belts hung In
any style, or Stiver Plating executed In a superior manner, are In
vited to call at Lis eatal-iishment on the lush street, thiee doors
south ol Main, where they will be attended to, at the short- st no
tice
Urd- rs from a distance, sent through the P si Office, will be Im
mediately hided, and Bell hanging done in any ptrl ol the country,
at city prices.
Address WM. W. SNEAD,
Sliver Plater, Lockstitch anil Eell Hanger,
Ool>—dSm loth Street. It ehmnnd. va.
fto.tfl n IDE SIIOKN.-I I hvp fou'iutly ou Land of
am. my own manufactory, thy foH-»wlnvf kinds i#f
Hoots ami Shoos:
For Lad lea:
Gaiter Boots, with and without heel*
Morocco l-ace Boots, with “ “
Goat Skin “ ** " “ **
For Geullrmeu:
Fine Dress Boots
St..ut B-'-'ts, single and double Soles
Oxfi. 1 Tie* and Began*.
For Misses and < lillvlren:
G »t aud Morocco Boots, with art-I without heel*.
For Hots:
Oalf Brogans and Oxford'T- *.
For Vryiul Women:
8t rt Goat stilt Kip I-ace Hoot*.
For Sr trait* Men :
Brogu.-s and Brogans.
I in prepared to make tc- order at short notice, any of the above
mentioned kinds. JNO R PAGE., JR.,
lift 'I tt Street,
s doors above T K PRICE A t'O
H EM OK LKISE. The rooms over store
* ;... Man -> • w occupied bv l'. D. Vale A Co. Jjk
“.u ... 1-.; U I. . ■ • -r rl* tV.-.-li.o. ,1
as « nrin'lng oIBce.
Poveeaai,,n given In Jan'v, IviA Applv to
KNOWLES A W tl.FORD, SI Pearl Ft.
fc'KItA tN I- AA AN’I'El*.—To h. re for the year 1S«>, a
> air ige voBip'tent M KS* . ol good fliarv ter and habits —
. f II ShlSKIRA CO.
ll/ANTEB TO HIRE, - » loH
A> None, and Wning Room a rrant. Apply at uiy residence,
“Tth Vtreet, Church HIM, or at my "Mice, on the Mock.
.p-.-tr_ » ■ u>
poll KENT.
rim*' fotu r ,i.i-!! V on -th S-r-.t, recently occupied by M
1 Mr K II P.i> ■ atoning Mr R. V. Daniel, Jt ; has Jgi
,rvn r eight rovin v water, ga*. bellH, etc., ju-t papered and
* ■ *** **£&*%*
1VOH KENT. Rvtatatag room for the Packet Uflcc, u My
' w ii rent the bala'iceof the brick warehouse, al the hra-lB.
I oi'itie Baatn, corner of Canal and -th atreeta. The situation m a
desirable cue for a feed and grocery atore and for atorage.
r — «*s«iuu icivea January 1st, I §6*. „ .
jrli kUMoND. DAVKNPORT A Ca
nKPITl’l KIONITY.— Part .u'a* sent rrec. Agenla
(T f • ! SHAM A CLARK. Bedford, Me^
wwr t %T*'lt Wanted for the ensu'ng year, a good female
\\ ., ...f.r.:,t. . g MASON
pool FOR RENT.—A room on aecon.l Floor over our
I\ store, si feet lung, entrance from Street.
,l9lt PK’tKINS A CO., 14. Eagie Square.
\\r a tTEOi-Wewiali to purchase a good cook, washer and
yy cr. t rein >it. in thu city. For one of good chaTcUsr k
nM BMW* WBWOH
1NOK KENT One Tenement on north *lde Basin Bank, kd
’ ■ :n:tig tl.e t H. .* of Xlcvsra. Gooch A * chuls. Apply to
| UUt «1» . WARW ICK A It ARK.-DALE.
air ANTED * good hands, to Woik on Weltad Boot*.
\\ b do do do Shoe* and Galien.
10 good Brogue hand*. j
Good wo kmen wtil gel steady work and the beat wage*, bjetu
tm>?l P K WHITE'S. 1 ■ M- 'i •"«
COOK AA A N I' ED.-We wist to purchase, or hire, a .»>•<- \
cats Cook, without Incumbrance—to remain In the city.
i KFNT. PAINE A CO.
ItOU KENT. A basem-nt Store Room In rear of Meaar*.
* Jo!o,st- ti A Branaford,and fronting in Lombardy Alley. Kent |
'derate I • ,e.r a.wa
WM W * l I * m)NH
1 AIMES’ MOROCCO HOOTS, Thick Soles, with and
■££ WM w itSH'S.
Jttll |*. ht-U. Pcrtlau I Syrup, ui atore an tfur ***T.!*?
^ M. JO“U>
MOL A KNEW. Id hh'ta Natans*. M.dasacU, of goo,1) •lu*UlF
. in atore sti-l f .r sale by
f I MEN’S EXTRACTS. Spring Flower. Eiaencu Bo
Li ouetl, Jv.ay Club, Ac. An aa* rtmeutjuat received, and lor
,*i, bv W. L. W ARRING. Diugglat.
I Oei-A Ip; Broad Street.
»>< iHF: BOXES SIT IIITN I.OAE NI4.AM. r«
..U - e bv BACON I IIRMFIK.
/tAkT, SHRAM, AND ENIJLINH BLISTER
Vy S IKKL, iu store, and f-J sale by
CLARKSON A »NDERS*AN,
a^M No tog Main alreet. ^
/'vLO A ER NEED. *t*i bunk- la Prime receiving, ter tale by
l j ae-yg K. H SKINKBB AiO.
'ItO HOI MEKKEPEK*. Servant Women * Shoe*, very
I Heavy and auperior, »t every ahe, at WAL-H’S
MOLANSKd N'bbla "<Vk»r»hau*or’' MoU**e» ter sale
bv .leg: ■ II SKINKKR * < «>
"M. A A K I VNI H 4NCK.”
VLB* M t RLE Inawrance Company, ol CWtomewriUs, virgin.*.
H'&tm in«ar<pvl for on« or m r* y t»r«, on the »o*t i UIMIIM
ttrmi ^ . a
“ '— e-e* ,5kiLn ,'uStaIjia
i -5* *»• - ■«rrrii&WRsr
JOIIX A iiEOKiit: HIBSO.Y,
BUILDERS,
RICHMOND, VA..
\\rOI LD reapectftoliy inform their friend* and the public gen*
M erally, that their c«tablUhaefit, at the corner of Cary and
Sixth street*, (recently destroyed by fire,) has been rebuilt In a
substantial manner, and that they are now prepared to re*utue op
erations, in their department of business, on an extensive scale.
To this end thev have enlarged their w *rk shops, and furnished
th era with ail tl improved M VCIIINKRV, and o»h* r appliances
which v an facilitate or « xp -Jite the prosecution of CAKPKNTKk
V oilK. In Us various tranche*.
Their new J*tw Mills, oil Mayo's Island, are now completed on
*u *h a - ale of capacity a> will enable them to rne.t the lnc» easing
dtm«'i«la of the city for building timbers The Mill* are of th**
largest and most approved kind, built by lieo. Page A Co , of Bal
timore, and having f'iW • patent motions and attachments. The
Steai . Pngine of one hur-drvd horse power wa* built by John and
James Turner, of this city. They have on hand several rafts of
first rate plae logs, and have made arrangements to get a continu
ous supply, and are prepared to till all orders promptly, at reason
able pi ices and on accommodating terms l\*y have engaged a
reliable mechanic to fork their lath machine, and will furnish
pl tsterers* lath* In any quantity that nmy be desired
They will, as herctnf re, furnish plan \ and thtimaUn for buildings
and other Improvement*, and will contract for the erection and
c nupietodi .'f the same, in the city or country.
For the liberal pxtrouacc extended tv* them In past years by the
citizens of Rhhnioud, smil oth *r portions of the tU tte, thee l»eg
|e4V«- t * express their grateful thaul*. and assure them that they
will endeavor by every means in tlieir power to merit a contluu
atice of their favor and confidence. j**- -
BBOH \ A R’CLELL
Commission Merchants.
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
SV*I, th.’ undersign.'J, have this J i) entered Into a Co partner
II ship, t.>r ihe purp >»•* of conducting :» general COMMISSION
v.J KdrVVAKDINil BUSINESS under the name and Myte if
HKt)U'N£l M v l.i.l.l. IN l>. They will give Ihrir strict personal
. t nt ,.n t.itli. -ilcof rolltl C I. Will AT slid PRC Jl OK gen
,rallv, »nd to the purchase <>f Kertillicrs slid Mi rch&iiiltie.
Oflioeuu Basin Bank, next do .r to Deane, II. •)>»,. o A James.
ALEXANDER BROWN,
J. BRUCE'MULKLL AND.
They refer to
Messrs. Johnston, Younger A Otey, Misses. James It Kurgnson
jr., A Co , Dr. t. Grattan Cahill, Richmond ; lion. T. S. Kh.uruov,
it. V .1 dm A. Scott, Halifax co ; Wm. A Miller. Edg ir Whitehead,
I.Tiuhharg; Col. S M l) It id, E. 8. Tutwller, Ruckbridge co.;
M.ivo Cabell, K. M. Cat.ell, Nelson co.; lion Win C. Itiv.-s and D.
J flarttook, /.. 1L l.eius. Albemarle ce., Va.; Judge L P. Thomp
son, Au -usla co ; .1 dm Thompson, jr., Amherst co.
J «nuHiy 1st. I stf*. _jxT—tf
DU. HO WAT’S VEUBTABLI UVI NliU
and KhoeuU Hitter* have been thoroughly tested,
and pron.mneeil a sovereign remedy for dyspepsia, Hiluleney,
heart burn anJ head a he, costiveness, dhirrhu-a, fevers of all
kinds, rheumatism, gout, gravel, worms, scurvy, ulcers, eruptive
mplainU, salt rheum, e-ysipelas, common colds and lnfluenaa.
Irregularity and all derangement of the female system, piles, and
various other diseases to which the human frame is liable. Kor
tale by the proprietor. Dr. W. B. MOKKAT, Broadway, New
Vark, and by Druggists generally all over tne country.
•.IT—dAwly
HU'HMOXD STO.YE W AKE POTTERY.
KfJESEE A PARK, Proprietors.
WE have on hxr d a large assortment of the very
SUn won .
«pi. /«ee. which we wiumi equal to any ware
made at the North.
cosstsrixo or
JUG8, JARS, CHURNS, Pill HERS, BREAD RISERS, MILK
PANS, KRl'lT JARS, Ac.
All In want of home made Stone Ware will give ns a call at our
Pottery. KKISKE A PARR,
d.df Cor of 11th aodCary Streets.
pi.bi i tieky Axn faxcv hoods,
DIRECT EROM PARIS.
Ill AN 1C sucres»or to K. Duqocsutf, 2^7 MiId Street, bus
• just re* « ivo- I from Pari* i Urge an l frrah supply of I'fcHIT
MKltV. rompri*lng every desirable article n <w iu u*r. AUo, line
fancy Hair Pin-, Shell ami ItulT, fancy lucking ami tl twain g Comb*,
with a variety «>f other gooiL*( to which he would call the attention i
of Utile* ami gentlemen.
Ornamental llalr Work of beat uiullt v. ready made, and made ,
la • 1 r ii b! r*’ n »uce. - I®
1*1.1*0*. *c.
21 1*01.MKH. Corner of btli n I Broad Sts.,
' . Klehiu nd, Va , as agent of Wm. Knnhe A Co .
i Baltimore, for the -air ol Pianos, other muslrai
instruments, and other articles in the same line, of
t-rs on very tei-oiimiodating terms, thtlr celeliriitetl Grand ami
e«iuar- Pin ■... and for oush, wholoolc and letail. Violins, Guitars,
haiij >, Italian Strings, Ac., of direct importation, or of Southern
n .uiufaciur. Piano* hirol out, tuned and repaired. A Grand
Piano on exhibition a few day* longer.
I P POUTER, t. tit for W, k- •* • A Co
VKTIFK 1.1 L TEETH.
77/A- . 'HEOPLASTIC PROCESS.
O. 'V JONES, IIimm, having purchased the
right fur the above ni .de of making Teeth, and be
lug rntirely satisfied of It* .absolute superiority over the gold, silver
.r platina method, he can with confidence comm, nd it to all who
> my desire full nr partial sets of Teeth • an I especially to such a.
may be dis* itisRed with those they are now using. In this process,
all of the objections to the gold plate are removed—the siktiok be
tng perfect, se urea comfort and stability to the 8t - and the teeth
I cing embedded In the metal, the food Is excluded from under o
beta een them, and they are therefore ftrongtr, cleaner, smoother
and in every respect better.
In I'onsequeiice if the perfect adaptation of the plate to the
isouth and the suction thereby secured, he can Insert one or more
teeth without clasps—and in all cases guarantee a perfect and sat
Ufactory flt, or no charge.
This method having been a L.pied and commended by those .*t xnd
trig highest In the profession North and South, testimonials will be
given anJ specimens exhibited to any who may desire to see them.
I'hose wishing to exchange the old method fur the new, their old
plate will be taken in par', pay. Office opposite Corinthian HalL
Ofllce hours from s to 9As, from wide* A. ocT—l v
HLVNK BOOKS A > l» STATION lilt \
MR Till NEW VI AK.
The subscribers keep for sale or manufacture to orjer—
LEDGERS,
JOURNALS,
DAY BOOKS.
C ASH BOOKS.
INVOICE BOOK,
Li m u BOOKS,
BILL BOOLS,
RECEIPT BOOKS,
CHECK BOOKS,
BANK BOOKS,
TOBACCO BOOKS,
MEMORANDUM BOOKS.
COPYING PRESSES,
INKSTANDS,
INK AND WRITING FLUID.
Li:mi; VNI) FOOLSCAP PAPER,
BILL nLEa,
BLOTTING PAPER,
MM) AND SAND BOXES.
GOLD PENS,
STEEL PENS,
anJ all other Blank Books and Stationery required In the cilice or
counting room.
Th y will make’up to order, in good style, any kind of Blank
Book desired, and at low prices,
jtl JAMES WOOD HO USE A Co.
“THE JONES LAMP,”
Mu ntifactun-il In every variety and style, and fold at
groatly reduced |»rlres, l»y
TAKBELL & WYMAN,
37 €'«*iilr:il Str«*ot, llostuu,
(Suoctnors to K. K. Jones 4 Co.)
N B Th.- jonea Burner, recently Improved, gina more light
andceusumet lea* oil, than any otter “Kerosene" or Coal Oil
Burner manufactured. oc9i — alftm
Mill* ItROkDIMCii:.
flYHE undersigned h»ve this day formed a co partnership under
1 the style of » Il.LSPAUGH A READ, for the purpose ol eon
ducting the SHIP BROKERAGE buailie.", and IrspeclfuUy Solicit
the iistrciuve of tbelr friends and the public.
a MTLLSPAUOH,
JAMES G. READ,
Cary and lMh strict*, near the Dock
Rl-Xmond January 1st, 1x00, ___jy2 -ly_
..... aa ta- a II Ik_'fur ll.,.,k„ .I hi the late Col Geo
•^_ly M Carrii.il-.n, whlh Treasure! of the .Manchester and
K tiling Cre.k Turnpike Company, have either be«n h.st, mislaid,
or stolen, and the above reward will lie paid on their delivery to
the on lorwigued, by order ul the Bo*rd of Directors.
deU3 — liu J A. CLARKS jN, Treuaurer.
OK KICK KRlIMuND AND YORK MVEU K, K. CO., I
RKHSuID, Dec. i£S, lX.’.M. J
1JROPOSAI.S, sddreuc 1 to the undersigned, are Invited, for
building, in Virginia one Passenger Car, of the same dimen
sions, and finish as the one unw ou the Koad.
Jcg4 THOS. R SHARP. Snp’t
NOTICK.
■ | AVINO (|aalitied as Executor of the late Geo. W. Atkinson,
I 1 deceased, 1 respectfully rei|U.-st all persons having claims
against him to present th ru properly authenticated for settlement,
ami all persons indebted to him are requested to make payment
at as early a day as possible, ltv authority vested in me as Kx
utor, 1 appoint Al.ltKKT (1. TALMAS my ageut to continue the
business of selling COUNTRY PRODUCE on commission,heretofore
conducted by the late George W. Atkinson, deceased, and res
pectftllly solicit consignments to hltn. .Mr. Talman’s experience
and most efficient services during the protracted absence and ill
ness of the late Mr. Atkinson, affor.led ample guarantee to plant
ers that In sending their crops to him their Interests will be ful y
protected, and the best price obtained.
JNO. C. WILLIAMS, Executor of
de23—dim Geo W. Atkinson, dec'll.
LIGHTS & BRAHBl’RRY’S PIA\0S.
\\r* CALL the attention of the eltlxens of Rich
It nioii.l, and Virginia, to our Piano Kortes whiclirfg-®m#pmg|
w< have placed will. Mr. Carusi, that their qualities, ££**39*0^^
in every r spect. may be tested by the side of the" I f I
famed Chickering's.
M e warrant all our Pianos, and ran show as high and as mime
rons testimonials as any factory In the country. All of which can
be seen at Mr. Carusi's on Broad Street, fid door from 9th.
d«16— LtGIlTK A HRADBURRY.
KAKGAHN IY HOI SELAIYX!
VlfE are selling printed Mouselaitis at one shilling, the same as
V? sold some time since at tffic. Also Merino Plaids at 25c., a
bargain. Paris Printed Muuseln’ns at less than cost of importation.
By adore Yaleutia at gic , very cheap. Printed and Plain French
Merinos, Rich Mouselaiu Rohes in variety. Dish Poplin Rohes at
a sacrifice ; Striped and Check Bilks at C2)te., and Tic.; Rich 811k
Robes in 1, ii, and 4 flounces, at less than cost of liu]iortation ; Rich
,->i k R >be# A.|ullle, at toriginal price |4t< to |GU ; Flounced Bilk
Robes at 91•’>.
For bargains, call at 99 Main street.
no'U CHRISTIAN A I.ATHROP.
rilRI NKV. THI MtMIOVVKTt INKS W
1 now on hand a large assortment of TRUNK.--, of every descrip
i n, l>0th suitable for Is.ties or gentlemen. Also, V AI.I8KS, CAR
PIT BAGS, Ac , to which ire most respectfully call the attention of
all In want, as they will be sold low.
d* ALKX II 11.1. A CO , TJT Main st.
ofaH ojUIBUL—W boxssJ. H. Rogers AI
O 8tar Candles, for sale by
J-SL—«— SNODGRA88 k JOHNSTON.
Oft IIAHKE1.S PI .IKSI RIIV APPLE Bran*
DY—for sale by
jao—lin 8NODGRAS8 A JOHNSTON.
BACON SIDE* AND XHOI LDKHA-SO. hhds. Ba
cou sides and Shoulder*, new and old. for tale by
WOMULK a CLAIBORNE. No 11 Psuljtt
I >1 HE MOL ksNKNHI TI :
tT 1M barrel*
10 hogsheads, for sale by
j»4 I. A G. R. DATENPORT.
NOVA Stoll l POTATOES. N PoU
toes on board schooner J Aeon, in the Dock for sale bv
C T WORTHAM A CO.
MkHMIALL SALT. Mm ka Hal .bail Salt for sale to
arrive this week. _
EDMOND. DAVENPORT A CO.
BED BLANKET*.-we have ou hand, ot our own Im
portation, a variety of Bed Blankets, which we will Sell very
low to clowe them.
J%; KENT. PAINE A CO
SLM1.il HELL*.—1Du hand and for sale, a small variety
of neck and body straps, aaao.ted alxea.
j,g '_ SMITH. RHODES A CO,
Cl LO V K K-SEED.—3O0 bushels prime new crop Chore
J Seel, for sale Gy__K- H BKtNKK.lt A C*>.
SHIAH. V bbU Extra Sugar
9U du C Coffee do, for sale by
j4T_jw 8X0DGRA8* A JOHNSTON.
« l|, IRA SMITH’S
Southern Clothing Manufactory,
ESTABLISHED IX 1 Sin.
iisr Ricnivcoixrr), -va.
IT 18 A fact not generally known that I established my Clothing
Manufactory luthli city TKN YEARS AOo, and have constant
ly for that lime continued f < cut and mske a large portion of inv
stock io Richmond, a* hundreds of my customers will testify to;
and having Increased toy forces from time to time, am now belter
prepared to receive orders for work in large or small quantities
than heretofore, and will guarantee to furn'sh them Just as low as
III y can be bad of Northern houses, and equal In style and ma
te! ial.
being a practical man at my Business (nut having climbed In at
'he back window over others' shoulders,) I Hatter myself that 1 can
give as much and as good an article for the price as any house
North or South
Let those who wish to build up Plrh.t Southern Manufactures,
patronize the old established houses first, and let Tils* reap the
reward they so justly merit for past, present or future services.
This is no humbug, as 1 can prove by from seventy live to one
hundred hands now !u my employ, and many of them have been
!or years.
Patrouize the manufactures at home, more especially when you
can do so without additional Cost. WM IRA SMITH,
j*5 11 1 Malu St.
\yUAPMNU PAPKR.-1UW reams Wrapping Paper,
T v for sale by
jal—lw_K H. 3K1XKKR A 01)^
.1st KkHOS PR 1 AIK BACON SIUIB, BalUMN
£i\J On rod
lit lihd.s prime Shoulder*
& •• “ Hams
10 boxes dried Beef Tongues
If bbls Rutnp Pork
2'H) •• No. 1 Alewtves
150 “ •• Gross Herrings
JUKI “ “ Cut “
50-half bid* No 1 Cut “
No. 1, 2 and il Mackerel, In l.l.ls, half bids and kits
2m'0 nids James River Cement
fsHl “ ReseridaJp do
400 " C denied Plaster, Hue and superfine
1'sM hu»h Plastering Hair
1200 bids Rockland Lime
loon bole* prime shipping Hay
fi«K) hush Penn. Oats
ItHM “ prime Mercer Potatoes
loon “ old Corn
2000 •' Ship Sard
1IKHI “ Brown Stul.
For sale on consignment, by IIRItHlFORn A CO,
ja'J _ On the Hock
CONSOLIDATED LOTTERIES
OK DELAWARE.
FOR JANUARY 18UO.
FRANCE, BROADBF.NTS A CO., Managers.
WILMINGTON, DKLAWARK.
T\e iftnoyer* call the attention of the public to the folloiring
SjilemtUt Si-hcme* to he •trami in Wiloiiiojtuu, JJehtinire,
BYSTA TEA I'TUOUITY.
ELEGANT SCHEME.
Saturday, Jnu*y II, 1 SCO.
GRAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY OF DELAWARE,
cuss 2.
To be drawn in Wilmington,Del., on Saturday, July 14, I860.
74 Numbers. 12 Drawn Ballois.
( . m i iji:
I prlseof . W0,not" 8 prizes of.r,,b00
2 prizes of. 10,00# 110 prizes of ...2,000
I prtee of .... 5,051 | 20 prises of.1,200
Ac, Ac., Jc.
Tickets f 10; Halves 5 ; Qn. 2 50; Eighths 1 25.
SPLENDID SCHEME.
Siiturdisy, Jan') 21, 1800.
GRAND CONSOLIDATED LOTfEHY OF DELAWARE,
CLASS 3.
W Number*. 12 Drawn Ballot*.
tUOTJtL*:
1 prize or .. $51,616 1 0 prize* of .2,50b
8 prize* of ... 12,8001 SO prim of.... ] 500
2 prize* o* . 10,000 | 2b prize* of. 1,25b
2 prize* of_ 0,000 OOptriieiof . l.bbb
4 prize* of. 6.00C lb* prize, of . TIN,
4 prize* of . 4,00b ! I.owe»t 3 N'o. 700
Ac., Ac., v
Ticket* $15; Halves 7 SO; <4r*. 3 75. Eighth* 1 97.
Saliinitty, Jan*} 2S, 18GO.
MAGNIFICENT SCHEME.
4.i:\\i> (Ai'iTAL nu/i: *70.000:
GRAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY OF DELAWARE,
CLASH i
To be drawn In Wilmington, Del. Saturday, Jan. 2.4, I960.
ecu,XI::
78 Number*, 13 Drawn Ballot*.
1 prize of *70,000 1,.$79,000
1 prize of 25,000 la . 25,000
1 prize of 12,550 (u , yt
1 prize of 12,550 t “ "..
1 prize of 10,00b l
1 prit-of 18,000 f “ .
4 prize* of H.thlb are ... . ... 32,0th)
4 prize* of 5.0th, are .. .... 2b bOO
4 prize* of 2,500 are. Ib.bOO
lb prize* of 2,000 are. 20,bb<l
10 prtse* (*f 1,25*) are .. .. . 12,500
1 ?2 priz.sof 1,000 are.1*8,bOO
C*i prize* of G*h) are . tty.tkm
66 prize* of 5bb are ... ... . 34,1,00
132 pri*e* of 200 are. 26,400
138 prUraof lih, are .. ... 1 ),2b»,
3,96b prize* of 40 are. 7.lfo.40,1
25,470 price* of 20 are. 514,-00
30,310 prize*, amounting o $1,402, bob.
Ticket* $20 , Halve* 10 bb; yr*.6 bb; Ltghtht 2 80.
A Certificate of Package of 26 Whole*, tost*.$516 Ub
Do do 26 Halve*. 25a 0b
Do do 26 Air*. . .., 129 00
Do do 26 Eighth*.,. 61 5b
GRAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY OF DELAWARE,
ON THE HAVANA PLAN.
clash five
To be Jrawn In Wilmington, Del.,ouTae*day, Jan. 81, I860.
Kvery Other Tick <4 it Frlzi-.
Prize* payable In full, wllhsul deduction.
In three Lotteries every pile 1* drawn.
SPLENDID SC HEM:
1 prlteof.$50,000 1 2 prize* of.. 800
I prize of. 22.500) 10 prize* of. 6th)
1 prize of 10,000 lu prize* of. 4"U
2 prlzia of . 5,000 10 prizea’of . 8t)b
2 prize* of. 2,500 1th, prize* of. . ... 100
3 prize* uf. 1,750 25,0ub prize* of. . S
And 164 approximation prizes, ranging from $20 up to $700.
25,305 priz»*, amounting l) $310,000.
Ticket* $10; Halve* $5; tfurter* $2 50.
Person* who dealre need only remit tie ri»k on a Package, for
which we will send a Certificate a* follow:
A Certificate of Package of 16 Wholes casta.$'.>G 00
Do do 16 Halves I- 00
Do do 16 Qrt . 24 00
Do do 16 Eighths. 12 00
JAy” Prize* paid Immediately after tin drawing.
OA/UTION.
Persons IWIng it a dlsta-ice should he f* trembly cautious of
whom they c rder I*ottery Ticket! or Ortifh airs of Packages
Ticket*. Thr country Is llo«.J»-d with ixgus and swindling Lotte
ries. Kvery inducement U held out to v«t persons t«> in veil money
in thrm. Capital Prlxes of from $*0,0#** U $40,000 head their
scheme! with TVketa at One Dollar. Capital Pnies arr
otVrrd. Tirkvta Five Dollars. All nuth, In every instance, arr
frauds, and if laouvy is sent to them for Tickets, it Is no much
thrown away, without thr .shadow of a ilanee of getting n prise.—
Deware of all Lotteries where thr Capital Pii*e is unusually large
in comparison to tii»* price of Tickrts. In every instance whi rr
large Pi ires are offered for a small coat >1 Ticket*, put it down for
a certain fraud.
t-tfT All orders addressed to FRANCE, BROADBPNT8 A CO.,
U ilmlngton, Dei., will inert with proirpt atteitiou, and the printed
otli ial drawings sent as soon aa over.
FRANCK, IRO/gDBF.NTfl A CO.,
Ja?—Rtawlfti! tYilidnrton, Delaware.
W \ITnM
FEMALE COLLEGE LOTTERY,
OF GKOBtilA.
Chartered! by the SUte in 1V4J.
W. C. DAWSON A CO., Tlunagerw,
MACON, OK SAVANNAH, CEoKGIA.
IN’OVEL SCHEME !
POLICY PLAN LOTTERY!
By tills Scheme,
Purchasers can select their own Numbe-s, and pay any
amount for a Ticket they nay Jeslre 1
Kxtra Class 2, draws Ort. 'I, 1859,
And on every succeeding day (Sunday* excepted,) at
6 o'clock, P- M.
fV In this Scheme, three are 75 Numkers placed In the Wheel
—from 1 up to 75—and twelve of these lumber* are drawn from
the Wheel. If a persons selects one nurabir out of the 75, and that
Number 1* among the Number* drawn, he lets five time* the amount
Invested If twuteleeted Number* are drawn, lie gets thirty for
one; If three selected Number* are drawn, he get* two hundred for
one ; It four selected Number* are draw*, he gel* a thousand for
one ; If five selected Numbers are drawn,five tboi sand for one. It
s x selected Number* ure drawn, fifteen taousand to one. liemrtn
htrIf two, or more, selected Numbers a-e taken, and all of those
Numbers »o selected are not drawu among the Twelve Drawn
Number*, the Ticket Is a Blank.
OUR
II a v ana Plan Lotteries
Draw Four (4) Times a Month!
and are the most liberal of any Scheme* ever offered. For par
ticulars address,
W. 0. DAWSON A CO., Manager*,
oc22— Macon, and Savannah, Ga.
REMOVED.
(-q A A. BARGAMIK, JR., have removed to their New Store,
T. No. 217 Main Street, seven doors above their old stand,
where tiny have Increased their facilities for doing all kinds of
work In their line, such as putting up every description of Water
Fixtures, Hydrants, Water Closet*. Baths, Rollers, Cooking Ranges,
Pumps, Hydraulic Rams, Ac Putting up Portable Gas Works,
fitting up buildings with gas pipes and fixture*.
All sorts of tiu work, Roofing, Ac.; heating buildings with hot
air water or slrara. They Ukc thl* occasion to state that they
have the beet Hot Air Furnace in this or any other country, which
they will put up and warrant to give satisfaction.
A large assertment of plain and fancy tiu ware, and Grates and
Fernler* alwav* on hand. _ anil—tf
H ASH1NGTON FACTORY,
PETERSBURG, VA.
HAVING been appointed sgenU for this factory, we offer for
sale the following articles, *t factory price*;
Cotton Yarns, from No. 4 to 12
Seine Twine, various sixes
Plow bine- large and small, and Cotton Cordage
JNO. Y GORDON A 800.
CNLOVKR SEED.—US' bushel* strictly prime, for sale by
J ja5—lw SNODGRASS ,t JOHNSTON
I /Aik HALF CHESTS CIJHPOWDEB TEAS,
iwu Of superior quality. J»v» Coffee—400 mats genuine
Java 80*) bbl*. powdered, crushed and coffee Sugar*. KnglUh
dairy Cheese—200 boxes for sale by
j»4 Ik G B. DAVENPORT.
HA CON.—25 hhds. Prime new Western Bacon, Shoulders and
Side*, for .ale by j».t b. 11. hKINKF.R A 00.
.< K ATKS.—tte have on hand and for sale, an assortment of
O wood anj patent Irou Skates, with strap* complete
j,fc SMITH, RHODES A CO., 22 Pearl siL_
\yiKGlN I tiCOAL OIL—Just received a supply of Vir
ginia Coai Oi'. This OU 1* of light color, and burns equal to
any made. For sale by the barrel or gallon, a* low a* can be had
North The attention of the trade Is re*pectfully Invited.
j*S a \V. PETERSON. Druggist.
BA R RORTg GERMAN WAX CAItBUR
tial boxes, for sale by _1. A O. B. PATRNPOBT.
HETIP AND COTTON TWINE, well assorted, re
ceiving In store and for sale by
4^0 _JOHN N GORDON A SON.
AA TON N 8WEDR-1 IRON, fiat and square, well assor
20 tcd| for sale by_JOHN hi. GORDON A SON,
COTTON 1'ABN.—10U Wales,assorted numbers, tee sals by
try l*G. a DAVENPORT.
ELECTRICITY.
DR TRAVERSE having met with unparalleled luccnf la treat
ing Chronic diseases in other cities, has been Induced to open
an office in this city for a few weeks. In order to give the afflicted
an opportunity of testing the wonderful curatlre property of this
great Therapeutical agent.
Electricity, when rightly applied, gives Instant relief, and makes
a permanent cure In a veiy abort time. My apparatus differs
widely from alt others, and is made according to my own order for
medical purposes only, giving no shock to the patient, hut a pleas
ing sensation, and producing an invigorating effect.
Persons afflicted with the following disease# (rive me a call and
I will warrant a cure In a very shoit time : Nervous or Sick Head
ache, Neuralgia. Catarrh, Bronchitis, Coughs and pulmonary dis
eases tending to Consumption, Scrofula, lllp Diseases, While Swel
lings, Erysipelas Salt Kheutn. Tetter Rash, Carbuncles, and humors
of every description; Spinal Diseases, Curvatures, Rheumatism, St
Vltus-Dance, Fits, Paralysis, Deafness ami Running at the Far, Im
paired Vision, contracted Muscles, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint,Ge
neral Debility, Seminal Weakness, Dropsy. Debility, Leucorrhu:* or
Whites, Inflammation anJ Falling of the Womb, Abscesses, Cancers
and Ulcers of the Womb. In ten years' practice I have treated
upwards of teu thousand cases of Prolapsus Uteri or Falling of the
Womb.
I will pay fifty dollars for every case that can be presented where
I have failed to make a permanent cure.
Also, hy Its application, will extract teeth without pain. During
the operation, the patient experiences an Invigorating, pleasing
sensation and a warm genial glow, this operation has been pro
nounced by some of the most eminent of the faculty, such as—Dr.
Guiding Bird, Dr. Wilson Phillips, Piof. Mattcncel, Dr. Marshal
Hall, I'rol. Hunter, Ruhl. Boyle,and many olhers,to be the greatest
Invention of the age.
He hat, also, Female Pills for suppressions. Irregularities, Ac.,
which have never been known to fail In producing the desired ef
fect.
Office In Reivin'* Block, on 15th st. Room No. 6.
i r'" Office hours from b A. M. to 5 P. M.; from 3 to fi, and T to
9 P M.
pr- Consultation FREE.
Letters of consultation, Ac., must have a stamp enclosed In or
der to prepay answer.
P. 8.— Physicians,Dentists and Families furnished with machines
and directions for use. nol5—J im
•JOHN < . SHAFER,
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
EXCHANGE BUILDING.
Fourteenth Mrcet, Hidimoiid. Va>,
BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL.
DR. JOHNSTON,
THE FOCNDER of this celebrated Institution, offers thenmit cer
tain, speedy and only effectual remedy In the world for
SECRET DISEASES,
Gonorrheas, Gleets, Strictures, Seminal Weakness, Pain In the
I*oin.t, Constitutional debility, Impotency, Weakness of the Back
slid Limbs, Affection* of tl - Kidneys, Palpitation of the Heart,
Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, DUeaj.-s of the Head, Throat,
Nose or Skin; and ail those serious aud melancholy disorder* aris
ing from the destructive Imhits of youth, which destroy both body
and mind. Those secret and solitary practices are more fatal to
their victims than the song of the Syren* to the mariners of I'lys
sea, blighting '.heir most brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering
marriage, Ac., impossible.
YOUNO MEN,
especially, who have become the victims of Solitary Vice, that
dreadful and destructive habit which annually sweeps to an un
timely grave thousands of young men of the most exalted talent*
and brilliant Intellect, who might otherwise have entranced listen
ing Senates with the thunri-rs of eloquence, or Waked to ucslacy the
living lyre, may call with full confidence.
MARRIAGE.
Married Persons, or Young Men contemplstlng Marriage, being
aware of Physical Weakness, Organic Debility, Deformities, Ac.,
should immediately consult Dr. Johnston, and he restored to per
fect health.
lie who places himself under the care of Dr. Johnston may reli
giously confide In h!» honor as a gentleman, and confidently rely
upon hi* skill as a physician.
ORGANIC WEAKNESS
immediately cured and fall vigor restored.
This disease is the penalty most frequently paid by those who
have become the victims of Improper Indulgences. Young person*
are too apt to Commit excesses from not being aware of the dread
ful rnfitr i in-nr fN t L At mav t*rimit» Now. who that mi tier*! a min tl.r
subject trill pretend to deny that the power of Prucrcatiou is lost
sooner by those falling Into improper habits than by the prudent.
Resides being deprived the pleasure of healthy offspring, the most
serious and destructive symptoms to botli body and mind arise.—
The system becomes deranged, the physical and mental powers
weakened, nervous debility, dyspepsia, palpitation of the heart,in
dication, a wailing of the frame, cough, symptoms of r-e-asump
tlon,l etc.
Dr. JOHNSTON is the only regular Physician advertising to cure
Private Complaints. Ilia remedies and treatment are entirely un
known to otners. Prepared from a life spent in the great llospltais
of Europe and the first In tills country, vix : England, France, the
Bleckley of Philadelphia, Ac., and a more extensive prxctlce than
any other Physician in the w< rid. If la many wonderful cures anJ
most important Surgical operations are a sufficient guarantee to
the atilcted. Those who wish to be speedily and effectually re
lieved, should shun the numerous trifling impostors, who only ruin
their health, and apply to him.
OrrtC*—No. 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET, left hand aide going
from Baltimore street, seven doors from the corner.
i*r Be particular in observing the name and number, cr you I
will mistake the place.
iar TAKE NOTICE.—Observe the name on the door and win
dows.
A CURE WARRANTED, OR NO CHARGE, IN FROM ONE TO
TWO days.
Kl) MERCURY OR XAUSE0C8 DRUG USED.
DR JOHNSTON,
Member of the Royal College of Surg - ns, London, graduate from
one of the moat eminent Colleges of the United States, and the
greater part >>f a lose life has been spent in the Hospitals of Lon
don, Pails. Philadelphia and elsewhere, has effected some of the
roost astonishing rures that w as ever known. Many troubled with
ringing in the ears and head when asleep, great nervousness, be
ing alarm- 1 at sudden sounds, and baabfuloeaa, with derangement
-,f mind, were cured Immediately.
A CERTAIN DCtEARR.
When the misguided and impru-lmt votary of pleaaure Amis he
has Imbibed the seeds of this painful disease, it too often happens
that an ill-timed sense of shame, or dread of discovery, deters him
from applying to those who, from education ami respectability, can
alone befriend him, delaying till lire constitutions! symptoma of
this torrid disease make theTr appearance, such as ulcerated sore
throat, diseased nose, nocturnal pains in the head and limbs, dim
ness of sight, deafness, nodes on the shin bones and arms, blotches
on the hea-l, face and extremities, progressing with frightful rapidi
ty, til! at last the palate of the mouth or the bones of the nose fall
I and the victim of this awful disease becomes a horrid object of
mm seratlon, till death puts a period to his dreadful suffering!, by
leudlng Mm to
" That bourne from whence no traveller returns.”
It ts a melancholy fact that thousands fail victims to this dread
ful complaint, owing to the unikillfulnesa of Ignorant pretenders,
who, by the use of that dreadful poison, mercury, ruin the consti
tution, and either lend the unfortunate suffeter to an untimely grave,
or else make Die residue of bis life miserable.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE
Dr. J. addreases all those who hate injured themselves by pri
vate and improper Indulgenciea.
These are some of the sa l and melancholy effects produced by
early habits of youth, vis : Weakness of the Bark and l.lmb*. Pain
la the Head, Dimness of sight, Lois of Muscular Power, Palpitation
of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irralability, Derangement of the
Digestive functions, General Debility, Symptoms ol Consumption,
Ac.
MENTALLY,
The fearful effects on the mind are much to be dreaded; Loss of Me
mory, Confusion of Ideas, Depression of Hpirils, Evil Forebodings,
Aversion to Society, Self Distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, Ac.,
are some of the evils produced.
Thousands of persons ol all ages can now judge what is the cause
of their declining health. Losing their vigor, becoming weak, pale
emaciated, have a singular appearance about the eyes, cough and
symptoms of consumption.
DR. JulINHTO.VS INVIGORATING REMEDY FOR ORGANIC
WEAKNESS.
By this great and important retne-Ty, weakness of the organs are
speedily cured, and full vigor restored. Thousands of Hie most ner
vous and debilitated, who had lost all hope, have been Immediately
relieved. All lnt|edimenta to Marriage, Physical or Mental disqual
ification, Nervous Irritations, Tremblings and Weakness, or ex
haustion of the most fearful kind, speedily cured hy Dr. Johuslon.
YOUNG MEN
who have Injured themselves hy a certain practice Indulged In
when alone a I-o (A frequently learned from evil eomponlont or
at school, the effect m widt h are nightly felt, even when asleep,
and if not cured, renders marriage impossible, and destroys both
mind an i body, should apply Immediately.
W list c pity that a y nun/ man, the hope of his country, and the
darling nf Ids parents, should he Matched ft ora all prospects am)
enjoyments of life, by the consequences of deviating from the path
of nature, and indulging in a certain secret lialdl. Much persona,
before contemplating
MARRIAGE,
should reflert that a snnnd mind and body are the most necessary
requisites lo promote cnnmnnai iiappmr-s. inoeeii, witnoui uiese,
Uie journey through life becomes it weary pilgrimage; the prospect
hourly darkens to the view; the mind becomes shadowed with dis
palr and filled wilh the melancholy reflection that the happlucjs of
anoUier becomes blighted with our own.
orfici: no. i south Frederick street,
liALTIUoRt, MO.
&T All SURGICAL OPERATIONS performed.
Jh II. Let no false delicacy prevent you, hut apply Immediately,
either personally or by letter.
tsar SKIN DISEASES speedily cured.
TO STRANGERS.
The many thousands cured at Oils Institute within the last twelve
years, and the numerous and important Surgical operations per
forated by Dr. J.t witnessed by the reporters of Ihe papers, and
many other persons, notices of which have appeared again and
again before the public, besides his standing as a gentleman of
character and responsibility, Is a sufficient guarantee to the afflicted
Je3—ly__
I U It 1 WORKS ! I I It I WORKS! ! \. i r
jT the manufacturer, I offer the following EIRE WORKS at re
duced palcea:
Pin Wheels, Fire Crackers,
Chasers Stars,
Rocketts, Triangles,
Roman Candles, Flower Pots,
Tot hdlions Torpedoes
Vertical Wheels, Grasshoppers,
Firing Pigeons, Mines,
Blue Lights, # Scrolls,
Bengola Lights, Fancy Works
,1,-23 LOUIS J. B08SIEUX, No. SO Main street.
LEWIS W Kit It A JOHN U. BADE, offer for sale
3l)0 bid* Coflee C, Extra C, B circle A. and A Sugars
75 do Crushed
25 do Powdered
20 boxes Loaf
2u hhda Cuba Muscovado
Chest* superior Gunpowder and Black Teas
115 bags Laguyra Coffee
10 tea. prime Rice
50 bxs. Starch
GO do Adamantine Candles
do Tallow do
50 do Castile 8oap
1U0 do Bunch Raisins
100 half bxs. do
50 quar. bxs. do no26
REMOVAL.
WS. k G. DON’N AN have removed their stock of Hardware,
. Cutlery, xc., to their new Iron Front Store just erected on
the East side of 13th or Governor str.et, near Main, wher* they
will be pleased to see their friends and customers after this date.
t iwing to the recent burning of the Messrs. Gibson’s establish
ment considerable delay has been occasioned In the completion of
their Store, and although not prepared for their reception, they do
not Intend that any interruption shall be occasioned to their husi
n |n a short lime we hope to have everything In perfect order, of
which due notice will be given.
Thankful for the liberal patronage bestowed upon us for many
years past, and believing we shall be better prepared In all respect#
than ever to prosecute our business in our new location, we res
pectfully solicit a continuance of the same.
Richmond Jan. 2d, lsGO __
BACON a BASKE1IVILL offer lorsale
12S hhda. Cuba Sugar
28 do. N. O. do.
8(4) bbls Extra C. and Yellow Sugars
lot do. Patent Cut Loaf do.
hfl do. Crushed and Powdered do.
*4 Tierces Cuba Moissses
144 bbls. Ocherhausen's Molasses
4bd bags Rio Coffee
81 ao. Laguayra Coffee
31 do. Java do. (J»5—1m)
TOILET ARTICLES.—A varied assortment of Hair and
Tooth Brushes, Dressing and Fine Combs, of the flneet quality,
a most select lot of soape. and endless variety of choice Perfume
ry. an excellent article of Bay Rum, water of Pearls, Kathalrun,
Tricopherous Zylobalssmum, Wood's Restorative, and the most ap
proved Pomade for di easing the hair, for sale wholesale and retail
by de?2_DOVE i CO , Druggist
STOLEN.-From my carriage just after dark on tbef light ol
the 22d, shortly after It reached the store of Dove A Co., a Bur
faio Robe. I will give live dollars for its recovery. C «n Identliy
It_de24_ _ B *• zUlJIt-.
M9 800
-™ -— _ =
FUL1 LENGTH PTKtL ENGRAVINGS OF
WASHINGTON AND KVERKTT,
lti< luiiuiR n View of Mount Vernon,
Id the Engraving A Washington. These splendid engravtngv are
from original paid Inge bjr Hicks, and are tnyruvt-l on *£<«' in the
highest style of At'.. They are each 2fx J5 Inches, e.n A ouxtaisisq
ci srjraaz rrrr ho many coarse, alterable pictures have been
palmed upon the |%l>lic as works of art and especially In cheap,
black and muddy rhigravingi that It is difficult to convince per
sons of taste that tjey arc safe in ordering what they hat v not flrsl
seen We have pv* the flr.t artists their own prices, amounting
to just TinifSiSp r't: j»s, to produce csonsvisi.s risut srarri
KCL, as well as thk^k-t PDRTRsiTa, and tint shall be arutxtnn os
scussratii csr i'c,oR. {*/"" Opinions that cm be relied on,
MT The t dlti^of the .Vita Y>rL tsays "These en
gravings are genu'^e works of art the likenesses are admirable.—
The portrait of Mr,Kverett will take precedence of all others.
tar Th* A>l»wYork I'iru'i.in A./r.v.ife tavt1 -“They are
among the finest iwigrailngs we have ever seen, and TIER PL'II
LIBIIKItfl ARK FVLLY RK8PON fl t! 1. K FOR ALL THEY PROM
ISE.” «
TffltMS, ALMOST (III ITIS,
We will send, Mw pain, securely packed In rollers—
Either Engfivlng and a fd Magazine, one year, for $3.
Both Engravings and n f". Magazine, one year, for $t.
The Magiuiues are
llarpr-r'w,
Tlie KltcrkfPbofkpr,
liOilcf’t Ltuly’s Kook,
The A tin title,
It! it etc wood.
rir By specl’.l arrangement, the entire yeai’s subscription to
the Magazine? Ihned over by us to their putdiehen, and subscri
bers receive their supply f. »r the year direct from their rccpcctlre
publication offices. The cost of the engravings Is paid only hy the
dllT renee between the loweat wholesale and the regular price of
the Magazines. -
iY/~ Engraving? sent st once, and subscriptions to periodicals
commence with Current Issue, unless otherw ise ordered. Money at
our risk If proof m retained of having been malted. First Impres
sions are best, tl»erefore Send tarty. Address,
<? II. BAILEY A CO.,
(At Ws, iUu. A Bos’? Music Store,) M3 BROADWAY,
nol?—tttwthn new youk.
tar K. OATtlRIOHT, Governor street, between Main and |
franklin, Richmond, receives subscriptions ami delivers Engrav- j
n -. f;> - at Ms store.
JAMES CL BOSHER,
INSIJRANOK AGENT.
• tyre Rout aide :>f 11 th Str*rtt Serond door North of the Corner of
Main ttnd 11 th.
RKFRKSLMh the following well established and reliable Com
panies :
Arctic Fire Insurance Co., of the City of New York, capital
and surplus.... f tHO.OdO
Hornholdt Fire • nsuranee Co., of '-fie City of New York, rap*.
t&iaud surplus. - .242,(HU
Fulton Fire Iainrance Co., ol the City of New York, capital
and surplus . . 231,00$
Irvin/Fire Insurance Co., of N. Y.t ntpiial $2*)0,0i0 with a large
art nslttw
Pluri.ix Fire In. Co., of Brooklyn, Capital and surplus, #291,000
Policies Issued on liuliiiinga, Furniture, Manufactories, Merchao
d!ie, and Penfoual P opeitj generally, against loss or damage by
tire, on the most favorable lei ms. Losses promptly adjusted and
punctually settled, the security offered by the above esmpanles,
conducted as they are, by experienced underwriters, atlurdsto the
insured, tiie most ample guarantee, and the full assurance that all
contracts entered Into by them, will be fulfilled In the most satls
♦wctory manner. The long experience of the subscriber In these
matters, will facilitate and protect (to the best of bis abilities,) the
nlereat of all who may be disposed to patronise his efforts. Coun
try risks. Inland navigation r Id, Vessels and their cargees In
port, lnsuse'i on the most reasonable terms. octfi—
LIV£i(POOLA\D LONDON
FI mi; IftfcURAXCE COMPART.
.Capital, 810,000.000!
A I m D A L 19 CO MB, 12,000,000!
INVESTED IN THE UNITED STATES, OVER #800,OOO!
AU ZHrsctors P*r*onatty RtAnfntlbt* /or Me Engagement* of
s Me nwi/xinjr.
WF. respectfully ask attention to the serurity of the Liverpool
and London Insurance Company, to Its policy holders In Us
urge cu? capital and Investment*, as stated above.
The a'ge capital and Income of the Company enabled to take
tines convenient to part'es requiring large amounts .ifInsurance.
In add' i u to the .r.Unary mode of Insurance, this Company is
sues 1 E. !JtA .VEX T POLICIES, on the payment of TEN AX XT
M. /'ft EM ft MS. Property U, then-forth, PERMANENTLY
INSURE/’. The Policy can he cancelled %t any time, and the pre
mium w! I be returnej less 9 per cent.
This C. nipany will make insurance by loss of Rent* by Fire, on s
new and ’Dost liberal principle.
UnJer 'be Policies of this C onpsnr til claims are paid upon pre
lenUticn of satisfaetnry proof of l”»» without abatement or deduc
tion f'. r .nterent; and not, as Is usual, .si ITT data after presents
Ion of p. .of. WORTHAM A WYATT, Agents,
mhl4 190 Main street, few doors above Postotlce.
Jhl VO UK LIFE UfSURARCE COMPART.
MUTUAL SYSTEM.
Capital ins 1,1500.000.
SAVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS deposited with the
V/ Comptroller of the State of New York, and out of th* bands
of the Company to secure policy holders.
Dividkn .naiads asxuau-t os a M.vT Liberal I'rllK'lplc.
Forty per ct of the premium on Life Policies, will he loaned the
Insured wlfen the premium exceeds #90.
Policies Issued and payable to the Insured on trrlvlrg at a cer
tain age, or to the family of the insured at death, should that event
happen previously to arriving at that age.
Endowment POLICIES for children, granted on the most favor
»ble teim*
Policies ssaue I at greatly reduced rates of premium, when the
Insured prefers not to participate In the dividends.
All losses paid promptly and without litigation.
W e shill be pleased to have you call at ones and secure a policy
In this old-ind reliable Company which comes before you endors
ed by you. own dtlsens.
WORTHAM A WYATT, Agents,
Office lvs». Main street,
’ Few doors above Post Office.
CHA8. K. WORTHAM,
General Agent and Attorney
for the Company In Va.
MEDICAL EX A MINERS:
JA*. H. Cunwat, M. D. I
Ro. T. Colisas, M. D. |
1-11 _ _
“|)EriKF1TS OF LIFK INM KAN< 1 ."
ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY EIGHT THOUSAND NINE HUN
’ DRED DOLLARS.
(SI I8.DOO,)
Dave befn paid bv the MUTUAL MENKFIT LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY, for lo-ses by death, under 42 policies issued at the
Kirbiuonsl Academy, and *8,(mi0 more will be paid in a few -lays
.hi account of recent deaths.
IIunde. .Is In Richmond who have families or friends dependent
on thelrSlve, for support, could, with a small portion of their it.
come, secure a policy for one or more thousand dollars, to be paid*
at Ibelrsteath.
The cost of Life Insurance In the MUTUAL BENEFIT COMPANY
(ty th.*Tcturn in dividends now 40 per cent ) Is made so low that
almost tiny person can insure for some amount.
Premium may b- paid annually, semi annually, or quarterly.—
Ag.-lw'y 30. -.-I reari aireex.
* KNOWLES k WALFORD.
N II*-Wo insure SLAVES In the ALBEMARLE INSURANCE
COM I* AN V, nf Charlottesville, for one or more years, on the most
favorable terms. We have paid several thousand dollars for this
Cimiotnv oil account ol Slaves Insured with them, and always
prnniffelr. de5 KNOWLES k WALFORD,_
M OUIt < «.7||»LETi:.
a PRICKS RKDI'CKI).
CIIIN'A, EARTHENWARE AND GLASS.
BUTLER,SON & FRANKLIN,
Importers, 75* Main St,
YNTrINDING to move front our present place of business before
1 tb Spring Trade opens, and In order to save the expense ami
risk a-feuding a removal of goods, we offer, at wholesale and re
tail, our large atock of
CHINA,
QCEEN8WARE, and
ij GLASSWARE,
at re lured price*, for caah, or on the usual credit to prompt at*
months buyers.
The merchants of tills State, and of North Carolina and Tennes
see^wlll consult their interests by giving our stock an examination.
„J2 BUTLER, SON k FRANKLIN.
HECTOR DAVIS.
. Auctioneer for tin* Sale of N«-|(ro<-a,
FRANKLIN STREET,
8Ells NEGROES both publicly and privately. He pledges his
'best efforts to get the hlgheat tirlcc ,1-10—if
COI VI If % 1*11 YS1< I.% IS N will It ml large and choice
I stock of perfectly fresh and reliable .Tleitlrllie*, selected
exnressly for Country Physicians, Family and Plantation use,
Clrt-mlcal and Pharmaceutical preparations, of our own manu
Lidture, made strictly In accordance, with the United States Phar
macopuda. of lull medical efficacy, the same as are dispensed by
the subscribers In an extensive prescription and physician.' busi
ne.is, and for which the Virginia Mechanics' Institute awarded the
First Class Diploma and then the Silver Medal at two successive
Fa\r.
Also, the choicest Perfumery, from the most celebrated
American, English and French Perfumer; Toilet Soaps, Cosmetics,
Fancy Goods, Combs, Brushes of all kin,la. Premium West End
Cologne Water; Premium Surgical Instruments, in great variety;
in.d a lull assortment of all other articles iu the drug line; for sale
by LAIDLET A ROBINSON,
Practical Chemist* and Pharmaceutists,
nclS Corner of 4th and Franklin Streeta. Richmond.
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selves sympathising most sincerely with their Joys andaorrowa.
D t lift have recently published new editions, In uniform
style of tlJt following Interesting works by the same author:
ADEIF A Tale. 1 thick vol. H mo. Cloth. 1125
WOMEN‘0* CHRISTIANITY, Exemplary for Piety and
OhaiWy. 12mo Cloth.. .0 75
NATHAUE, A Tale. 12mo. Cloth. 1C)
MADELINE 12m» Cloth.« 71
DAI8Y BURNS, l.'mo. Cloth. 1 00
GRACE IKE. 1 vol 12mo. Cloth. .... 100
RACHEL GRAY. 1?mo. Cloth. 0 75
LOVEH-SEED, ~In store, for sale by
Ja8_EDMOND, DAVENPORT k CO.
CKATBx.-A large ripply on hand and for aaie cheap by
© CLARKSON A ANDERSHN,
Ja( No. 1W Main street,
I
I CAI,LTI(\l>i: lift
ADIE <fe GRAY,
HI MAIM STREET. RIlliMOAD, VI.,
OrrKR to the trade of Virginia, North Carolina and Tenne**»*
a large and complete t..< k of t»RI':Jj«, YIPHICINM PAINTM
OIW. HVKM, Vt IMXJYV til AMP, Ac.. on the im-.sl farorahle term.’
hir Cash, or the usual credit to responsible and rk. art dealers ’
Abo, the usual aas. rtm. ..t of Popular or Patent Medicine*, to
gciher with a ,arl.ly o' Tnlut Article., conalaUng, In pari of
8oa|.a; Hair, Nall and T olli brushes, Bh«U, Ixary, Horn and India
It libber Comb., l.ubln's an I other chnlee Perfumer). Ac
KW Order* carefully p -k.-.l, and forwarded w!«i, .b-apatch
**» A till A GRAY. Druggists, Ac., 147 Mala ii_
j.\o. r. ItliGM 11 I.T,
1Y»2 MAIN STREET,
(SQl’ARK ABOVE ITSTOM HOUSE AMD POST OFFICE,)
HAM now In More his Fall Monk cfFrrntli and
American
l’APEU HAMUIMCS, DKfORATIOXS, af.,
CAUPKTINGS.
CURTAIN MATERIALS,
F 1.0011 ANDTAIILK OIL! I.OTIIN,
U I n tl o u K la a d j a, 11 u s •, >1 a I • , Ac.,
GUKLKD HAIR, mIpH ASH SHUCK MaTRUMAS,
LOUNGES, IRON BEDSTEADS,
Nialr Ituil*, Ac,
tW Having In bli euij. ryn.cn! Or it , lata Paper Hanger* b. u
prepared to PA PI K KilDVM, HAl.LH, Ac., In th. lateit styl* and
In the beat manner.
t4/~ ITHoUnKIUSO >f every description Jone at abort Bo
lice._
%r Call and examine Me ilock, he It OiicmintA to ttil Ala
(hwJt w/em hi rtttmmubit Unit da imp ui* in tAi city
•r'il *'
K‘|0* varlou* Kr:v J**i, from good ■ »|«’r» WlffftKY ?»*
the Very bed article from llye. Our f»|a'|< <1 »t ililL,
la admitted by ull who hat* tried It to |,e tutturpas,. <! Hailna
made large addition, to o,.r works, we challenge comparison fur
quality with any YYhiaky made In this State or any other
I V rtkarnr A CO.,
‘1th atreet, between Main and Cary
l,*'s___Hi chmond, Virginia.
$1,00(1 rewabdI
At ANY' persons, Including conduetora of pub
ill lie presses, have shown their Ignorance, no
era than their zeal. In charging the Ulstlilera (f\\ 'll
with mixing polaon will. th- 7 liquors. 1/taQB
To one acquainted with the proceaa of making U XmBSBb
whiaky, tl.la la almply r.dlci loua; but toihe pub- HE'532?%
lie general?Ita reiteration i onveja the Impression that It ha. ...me
foundation In truth.
Whl-ky la made from grain, which h Brat gronnd Into meal mla
•d wltli hot water—made t. pan through Ihe process u, feruieoU
:iun by the introduction ol /east, precisely aa light bread la mads
■0 »’>'• *l‘lrh process d* velopa the alcohol—and then dUtilled
No polaon, mineral or vegetable is used in its manufacture If
.ther persona areailly eno ,*h or criminal enough tocon mlt air.. -
tie. Charged, It la not for us to defend them ; we only claim to an
iwer for ourselves.
The above reVard will be paid to an? one who will prove by lh»
estlmon? of a competent a ad reapectable ohemlat that our atato
uent ta unttue, ao far aa lioaor manufactured by ua Is concerned
with the understanding th:. the Ilqocr subjected to the teat shall bo
irocured either from our a: ire house or from any of our many re
.pectal.lr customers,and tl rt the character of tlie chem'at who an
. in . --— — -V .u.pitioo, etuicr
or skill or honesty.
ntl'____ _P J»TEARN8 A CO.
IAS. M. GOUGIN', I». C. TRADER, R. W. lThoLt"
Formerly of Virginia. Memphis. Formerly of Virginia!
tiO(;(sI.VTKAI>S K »V HOLT.
COTTO.V AAD TOBACCO FACTORS,
firort r«, Hirrivlug, Forwarding and
Commission. Merchants,
lyll—1y____Wi mphls, Tenn. ’
l> K V GOODS,
FOR FALL, 185 9.
ELLE'IT A: DKEUIIY,
No. 17 Fcarl Stree t, ltl< linjond, Va.
\Vf: 0,e attention t' the merchants of Virginia. North Caro,
t v Una and Tennessee ro onr 'arge and varied rock of
FOREIhS A .YD DOMESTIC DRY GOOD*,
elected with great care, and especially adapted to the trade
hose sections.
We are determined to st i our goods as low as they ean be bought
n any market in this country, to all prompt six months and cash
rad*?.
Merchants going through to tho Northern citle*, are requested
;o give our stock an examination, as they shall be protected in nrlce
(gainst all the markets or iuch goods as they select from our stock
hereby saving at least height and exchange, snd get a portion o
heir goods In a near ms. set, and encourage home Uadi withou
possible loss to themselves.
*eI® ELLETT A DREWRY.
|IO AAA. F A H.’lA.lt N OF VIm/lNIsT-PacE
-* which have recently c me to our knowledge, together with ad
rertlsements. and a card which has been sent extensively through
he country to our friends and customers, snd from which we make
he following extract; -The subscriber having conducted the above
.usineas for the last K years, on FrankUn street, under the style of
[}. WATT a CO., begs leave to Inform his friend* and the custom
ers of the old concern that that firm does not no* exist " have sat*
•fled us that a regular and -ystemaUc effort has and is still being
-u.de to deceive the public, and lead them to believe that the con
*ern of GEO. W ATT A CO Is not in existence, and that the only
dace to get Watt's Paten- Cuff Brace Plow Is from s m.n who l.
laily violating the Patent Laws, snd unjustly depriving Georn
« itt of his property, by it akirtg his Patent Plow, without Lis an
honty or consent. We dctlre to correct the Impression thus sought
l U 8nd the l'ublic *b»‘ ‘he concern of
• EoUGE WATT A L<>. i« still In existence; that Geo. Watt the
nventor snd patentee, bsi not sold the right, or autbcrised’er.y
ne, except Mr F. W. Sco t, of Frederl ksburg, to make any of hia
i-atent Plows, and that we keep constantly on hand a large stock
f all sixes, made under c ur personal supervlricn, from the only
,-enulne patterns, of the belt materials, together with a variety
if other Agricultural Implements, which we warrant to tha
tiuyer, and are determined not to be ui.Jeraold by any on* in thy
narket. Our GEO " ATT returns hi* sincere thanks to his friend
tnd the public, who have sustained him heretofore, and w* solicit
l cootlDUAQce of their pfctroDAge.
•*-_GEORGE WATT A CO.
ULOWh FOIt FTI.UIUIM,...^
L CULTIVATORS AND HARROWS Sun ---
I'LTTING IN WHEAT - Believing that I have V ”
n my NEW PLOW the best Plow In use, ^geansHBI
make this offer to lb* Paimera* and Planter*. 1 will furnish them
etth these Implements,an llfthey are not betterthan those they now
have, they can return th -m to me after trying them, free of char**
g3Y*Fre*h supply of Turnip Seed just received
P. U. HTARKK, No M Main 8t,
iyW 8 doors above .“t.Charles Hotel.
!«<>». AuU KF.ADN FOR THE FALL TRADE. 186L
GEORGE STARRETT,
1 MELVIN'S ROW, GOV EKNOK hT >
OFFERS fo bit customers an assortment unrivalled by jl
that of any preceding year. Our facilities for doing /fw
srork In ami upon dwell ,p*. stores, factories, churches, Ac
cannot be excelled. K< pairing pieces for Stove* sold
year* past for sale.
llantow'x Spiral Furnace, for brick; f sites
Klclimoini Portable r urnace; 3 niz-*
Heilenburg's Patent Heater; 4 sl***i
Eire-Place or Chimney Heater,( h.rmerly kcotrt u I.a Trobs 1
Brilliant lias Burner la fuel saver); 3 sixes
Factory Coal Burner (Warranted tu stand Are); 8 shea J
American Cooking Bunge, for brick; 8 sites ’ 1
American Cooking Binge, rotary top; 3 sites
Bay State Cookie - Hinge (Portable); 5 sites
Helpmeet Cooking Stove-a n*w article, made for tny own
trad.-, with Hot-Water ll-servolr, Tin Roaster, ft holler holes and
large Oven—"simple, stre ng and complete.”
In addition to the abov., some fifty varieties and site* suited to
the varied want* of the people.
Country dealer* buyln. here, Stores, Tin War*. Pun.ro Pina,
tc., at Northern prices, mve freight. I . rlP*t
Early order* will receive Immediate attention. Those earning
later will he promptly filled In their order, and as fast as the work
rsn V. wel done.__ suit
SAMI, BI.I1DI AM) BOOKS.
SAWIXO AN1) TURNING.
riAHE Oldest Establishi'.mt In Kichmoud, where may he be had
X the above articles, f«r/titiun, at the shortest notice.
R.-lng confident of giving entile satisfaction, the subscriber soB
Its, a* heretofore, the public patronage. Having recently added
abfnet and carpenters' 1 urnlng to Ms butlnrsv.the public can now
leave their work uithuut dUappointmmi or delay Give me a calk,
t—-! tf_MILES AMBLER, Mayo street.
A HA.BV FI HE noriiTAIN RYE \k H1IKY.
Having made arrar rement* with Sir. Jas. M Adam*, of Rock
bridge, manufacturer of die justly celebrated Adams' WLlsky, by
which we become his scl? agents, we will In future keep constant
ly on hand a good supply, to which we would call the attention of
buyers, at JOHNSON, YOUNGER A OTIV'S,
n'iy'_1* Pesrl street.
CKKNNHAW, <{!'.% HI,liS & CO.,
229 BROAD STREET.
LARUE ASD SPLE.VDIO STOCK OF STAPLE A5D FtMT
I>iCY GOODS!
At Cost, for Cnnli, or to our regular t.-*-'* • ' . • o-1 time,
fjn.OOO worth of Goods, to be ?• ■ ■ „i. „ y la cun
tequence of the death of Mr. Crensuaw, a becomes necessary to
■ lose the business of our firm at once. We therefore offer our en
tire stock of goods, comprising the best as*n*tu»ent ever tern In
this city, at cost. Our .tick is new, having brer m the business a
short time, and It affords an excellent opportunity for those who
have not supplied thenu'lvet for tits present—and also, the ap
proaching season, to do .o now.
Gur time U limited, tt -k large, and in order to accomplish our
purpose with as little delay as pcuihle, we will sell our goods at
prime COST—one price, ai d no variation.
CREV-sUAW, QUARLES A 00.,
del 229 Broad Street.
rr~PARTICU(.AR NOTICE.—All debt* due us on th* 1st of
uTv l*«t. and rrtnalnlnr unsettled, must he paid at ones, a* lon
er Indulgence cannot b- granted.
del_CRENSHAW, QUARLES k CO.
1KG IKONS* II.'.NIW I FES AND Pad LotAs.
J —We have n hand a good supply of the shove goods, direct
from the manufacturer, n Virginia, which we are telling low.
«t» <l\ T ROBERTSON A SON, 6.1 Main st
Bolts’ AND YVI THIP CLOTHING.—In this de
partment of our business, we are prepared to snow mueh tho
argest and beat aaaortr ent of Overeosts, Sacks and Frock Coats,
Jack- t*. Vests and Pantt, also Undershirts, we have ever shown,
rhoee In want will hear in mind that we offer them a large stock of
various style* of goods, tsndsomely gotten up, from which to teaks
selections, and at satisfactory price*.
H-IO KEEN, BALDWIN A WILLIAMS.
Ills* UUl hfcK ■.’■Vl'fclth.— Wr have received a further
1 supply of FOLDING NURhEKT FENDERS, which w* offer at
low price*. A full sud complete stock of Housekeeping goods al
etvinn hand. i WILLIAMS a ELLlGTf.
no22 * 67 Mj.ln St. nearly opposite St. Charles Hotel.
At'KKHI I. ' ' .Extra No. L
80 bhla medium and sma'I No. I.
de9-f- 2w For sale_I, WEBB A J 0. WAIT
IJLOU HOLTS.-1,tOO lbs Plow Boiti .-. * funding, and
X for sale by CLARKSON A ANDRR8UN,
dr42 _ ___No. 106 Main street
CtXK’N t OOP'Ill's ttnil others whet t aud shred
ISINGLASS, a suf >ly just received and for sale hv
leU_W. L. WARING. 107 Broad st.
MEN’S Ht.AV V BOOTS.—A vary anparioc qanBtyfb
_store at WILLIAM W ALSH’A.
1AH BHI.8. RRPINEDIGUAHI, vis ;
LvU A Code Sugar
Ex B I Ioffe* Sugar
Out Lo »f Sngar
Crushed Sugar, for sal* by
deOfi _WVL WALLACE SON«._
BI. ACKRXI1THN’ TflOLN, Ar. • sc’l
rlt a call frmn any persons In want of anything In 'baUns of
BLACKSMITHS’ rOGIJ*.
COOPERS’ TOOLS.
CARPENTER*' TOOLS,
as our stock at this time Is very large and complete,
de 96 T. ROBERTSON A SON, No. 6ft Mala at
C1ANDLKS. fktt boats and cases B. O. Mitchell's sepvrtoc
) hydraulic Candles, for ia)s by
Jofl I A G b, DAM NPORT,

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