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^ r 64. ~ • ' RICHMOND, SATURDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 11, I860._NUMBER 36.
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nl'KNIXO of
DKY GOODS.
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*»J .^tt t f b».l-r*.-Jori<» ■ now c»|-U«o, nmoi.ot them
tij.l ii OolUri,xt prices much less uaxxl
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Fall. >«*••
\ K. PARK HR & CO
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•MfcMdCbtorrdfcnranl’aBI.ASKKTS.
Y jetk- r »ith rnrfT article a'atlle lir(t in a Ant eUsa Dry non It
Sew. Allot win.-!)*- Will »*!l Verachamp, *e»S—*.
IlimtKKIPTW .«• ' »' I! ‘ *(5
if r-M.'Weot HATS, .1 the at- * Colon if
a.:Sla|>i JOHN TlltiVp' >N. >7 M»*na’
TUI Ktll'l • KV It**;: 1 .
r-..*h.i Ktrtu- r*’ ..arn w«ar. ft: I> uMc 9.>|ea,s *•
AttAen ai. I Tr raster*. Alio, » general a»..itu.vut of etiry
atar iial «orn. cheap at W5PWAIJIR
Ik I VtUIAW. UAMl-KL V. KUll
U 13.1.1 % '!** A I! j:ii>,
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Com minion Mi -rohants,
5. I uWXtX WALSCT ASO .SJTi VaVi* &T&SXT,
f'lut aaar. • t >. <»*»!.».
kldl tr >r» for all k.u.'.o I U • -torn Prod Uf, and make
f... ritli \ilvau. ca on « uM<;;niio'iiU lor .elo, or
Y r.h.ind *. bought aaj store! ou account of j>ur.h.iser».
DlfWOLI TIOl.
ril }~i. „f curseU A F1.EW1XU i< thia ■! .y .hts»lae«t by mu
I tail Ur PI- I( to*.-.-' Hn< ' w to the oun
t> JI> Hurrh »i:l i-nnt nue In the bus now at the . hi atanj, »nJ
a u3c a on hand at «•« fmc-f /vie** for euauk,till l»t January
i i - yar.'C it author ' J to fttuie tie buainew of the
f * JJ cou ra. Wil l I ol It Clil’RCll,
stli \VM P. KLESilNli._
V.mne*a JEWELRY,
Silvia- autl Plat-wl Wart*.
in. .». n \ i ns „
KKPS eotwuchy a km-l »lurv*? »n4 * »!npl«te MOft*
■aeft' 'i n I'ue*! 4r- sf..*s eta rMv i'iJ ^11 . *
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ttUfeRivA<4 W \TCHK*,»uch ** Ju?*r-t Juftfeo*'-1%, > It A4wm4
' \ir- lU v Ji.irt |> **n o, Henry »{••¥» 1» J *
- .AAnjn, Joan CrRg u>| a«i»*er cetfJr^lel to.iker*. IK* *L«o keriwi
4^r<#MfcAr*.j»eMof rU-h M V\t't*r Kinjf*, Shirt Hut
'AfiM, lh«an.u.ti..a»trr «n<l ■•ijjj’e 5R*»n<* l)r<*ut Plw, f*>r frhK —
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4.wi PcxrtN-* l.:rw»--«n *o 1 I'UiaCoM CMin Bmct’lvl*%Cha»J *-n
Ck»la»,\rckO»\* v i xru% Hdlkint, Shirt Hutto**, M
4 ’ t , • , * . * > ■ . . i ,
i4arn, fish Kaitfe* *vi iurks, Ueny S|*t*on», A.*5»aruvu»
tottfurt, lc« T»^*,>Ueer ak.....»a »oJ forks, Silver
J
llv|-4j»R u> >fr- MK.’k in.!ar«ni. n»* that cannot fail to |>U*a!ie Id
put a| ltd i
8 A. MYKK8,
Corner Mile »r.il IV^ri dif.
Ui;iLL\ UOOt> *l£Ol>•
w NKW STOC K.
Wr »*< oitklnc40.1 h\tr jUf.» rccvlvr J thi I %e by Sterner, i»n
wl C»ae4, «e rrCi.»ii*rua to we-r well. Wtvarrul
*w*ap«r.rt A?.y m ‘i rnmoasl. A! i I*IV »t**ck «>f
.1." twelve i. Mho. wl"li.'ttA any meadiut;.
*' wit *!! it vu,i w tBC f r,. xa or ti> el re uu a rall.
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41*' . n \ : t. '
* ’ OnwWth-.r 11 I W s'.»M t,. t,!.»ie.l U» rece.ar
*? ■* 'r« i- f.,r t.h-r Mlii.-i, to in- limorled direct to Vlr
RBN.
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7"* >n»* U„ r ;.,r doinp a!! . ■ ■ «
11 I"** Hydntiiia. Water C. .. " •!'•■■
I , ; !•;• :• I . a Lad W„r.-,
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| ‘ Itwjiu.n r.. "V UAc iv . Of iliou to jla'" thal they
I '1-1 aaf tuny . •• « au:ry, which .
[ B fa: a;, mo a •• int i.> ^ire ml jfactiot..
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Kk" *»*»• »a land. ail—R
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I No. 3tt, Mai*. 2fcr*rC
fn^r * ~~} ***' '?>! to riturn tot «la*wre to rvy
j iZr* mr th*ir Ojihm >W«uf n*lrofi*$r 4ur.a* the Uj4 ihr«v I
J f. r th<f new umctm u>*»r cwuIaiumJ fnvor*.
_ J W MPK.
i.VMrS H. I’E VRCE A CO.,
* HOLEVALR ami ret ML IMtl UdIITii,
Cnn Broad an.l Mail Atre la. Richmond, Va
lc Chrwilc*!*, Lea U. Pi nt*. Oit»
*
^ l^pwW4 Perfu*uerjr and aU nrtk le* in their lae of buai
Zen*£ °*r ^ U.nt we oar n«* »larr on Mcadar
^^, M4 will hr ^Wa««Ai to see the*.
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. ' 'T ”1 Kl> Th« a trrnlniaa. by ti" >.T» Amgat
B . 7 “ c*id, kihr1 Tr-tor. or. The Dak-‘a Vi«Uai, by ** *T.
k.-ia y " .»BU Ad* Lciyh, at. th* Lor« Teal, Ay Pirrt»
•d It " '* 1 I » Thr llatfiA
afa. m* ***» *1 J R £ r> Ui do Ct iu*. iol Life. or. Mrin.-.r*
u- ,f *r»Uf*rf4, i. null iTMilir.l. hraofpo.1
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l,l^r ^1 *''*dI UL’LT, a fern . 1«m Paiuilv Moulhly Nr*t
1,. 4 j. “ u-" raw of Ta sail >.)• I on A Vaia. 8«.d
I 4 u ,7 ie brads > manna Ah A »v**o,o<- of *11 Ihc Lral
"“'"id poatafe.
rUULRlC A. RRAtiV. PdUiahrr.
4-.,, _ M Aaa Ami, lira fiat
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|^h 0Hl4 . Hi , 4. , atdirorad ImR
7* 4,“*' and Ottr.inl
lad J??* f*4*84 !*'4>«liir layout or u
»<M*d »od WruaxTionby J PtTKKUKMOKCK,
ana « In M Blair A Co.'* bull-Unp.
I r.. r ’ .-h i 1 < .rr HndA
ru«»n riRwa!ii
ary , '^T ‘ t» «KV PLOWi Tt. .rrtb« aakaa r*
»*i ‘ _ rloau sunt aan>"( 11 jtWn laraara un i planlar>,
•i.. ^ **v~"at!y h,, .loatAaou rtua. wklaO W"S three
rMO***"!I ** 4^*'*,drd4 too oat A PI" a, Uuuto *4«e»1f h t«
P H AT itti.
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NR * CLAlIb'HNE
NO I 11 K.-»lv«irous to Jv. what we can to build up
our ctiv, wt have determined to commence MtSU
rf'Tl KIM* ol U CLOTHING IN THIS CITY, at the
earliest day at which w* can make arrangements to do so. . I
''O' Mr. Keen Las been absent iu A*urt»/>e for the last three
v ntlis selecting „••••. ds for our spring sales, and from hi* long «»• I
p t-nee an i well-known »a*te, we expect to*)..-* the nto. t aluwo
tive stock ever teen In thi* market II, the 1st day of February
■ ••shall have In store a superb Spring stork for the wholesale |
trade, and we earnestly tnrite a call frotn Merchant* who have
hcretob.ee gor.e V -th. Our extenaivr i.pecalt-tts important ad
vantages in the purchase of good*, an 1 long experience, enable us
t.. ..lie- a* g'eat ir.ductment* as those i f any house in the Union.
;*T tv .hall rr nt this day off r *11 IVINItH CLOIHIMI at
lui h rr-lut *1 /•>■• -- as will u.atc it to the interest of purchaser to
anticipate their want*.
JKEEN, ttflTO A W ILLlAMi
Cheap Clothing,
l>m‘al>lo Clothing,
Cfenteel Clothing,
At IIO 'loin street.
<™N.\LL irt and mate your selections and buy the goods at your 1
J own p:ice Wc w .ul to gal all th. winter sb.rh out ol the
way, a->! t" *1 i' end tfer auch Iiiciucctsieutw a* must attract
and secure sales.
I' you wish to make a good Investment, bur a new cult of
fe*_ fl THAN A HI LL, lit* Main sL
wij. ika sainrs
Southern Clothing tlautifut tor),
ESTABLISHED IN 1350.
13ST RICHMOND, 'V'-A..
I T 18 A fuel not ^. lerallv known that I established ray Ok-thln*
! 'I tMu'.i t-*ry • .;« t ay TV N YE\XS A<H>, and have const in»
i> f- r to!*: :hof . itliucd i > cal .»inJ make a largfc portion of me .
#t. . >, In K.. bn.-al. a* hundred* ol my customers will tail I ft t.»; j
an baitin' inert \ r \ force* from time to lime, aro now better
.•retired ».• receive order* f r work In 1 ir^v* or small »|UAntilles
» heretofore, au I w .i jfu.»r intc** to f«um*»h then* ju«t low ns
th v can he had of Northern bouse*. anti i«|uai in it) le aud ma
te Ha*.
H< ..; a prs* ticai man nt mv Hu*iuv»s (not having climbed lr at

liire as much and a* food an article far the price o any house
North or tkmUi.
«tl . vbh to bulU up rcstiv South rn Manufactories,
patronise the old ubliaJi** I house* And, and l*?t TUk* reap the
n A trd they »o justly merit lor |»;ot, p<e*ut or future imkw.
Th*s b uo huiubuit, as I can prove by bom seven*) Ore to one
hundred bauds uow in my employ, aud many of thorn have beeu
- . ‘ . t.t.-r • • *;■» V.v I \ .It;
WM 1 ri \ iMIVtL
NOT1CI*.
i \n: • k Iti nd) Ha lo < lotliiur* No. 59 Main si ,
\ I - h it ■ »i ! * • Mr. II W 111 rUM’K. aud we will continue t >
V : < ,ir large • ’ ishtn- n* N<». 1»h» Main »t., where we will be
(.1 i.otl to «ee our customers wnd the public hi general, havtrg
■ tde arm.?* ..■ t*> manufacture >ar cl-thing here, and w**
,.ei.rtts;» .i| t'< rr ivo order* of »nv kind tube made up in *.he
b* -tj 9*y ! v •' f ti"i Our winter stok. we will offer at
i- lu-'ed t, to make rooiu for tfprii «/ >tc*ek. Call at
j id E. M0R1U8 A CO., 100 Main <t.
E. MORRIS. K. El* 1.1 ft.
tiik l»:gi*lati ki:
WILL KIM> A LABOR STlK'K OF
S lT I* E U10 R CLOTHING i
AT
KI Ml'kON & *1 I LLBK’S,
119 Itlilin Mreel.
1 11 SIMP- A B -I. | II T. MILLER, Nottoway.
HKAD Ql'ARTEKS
UK IPIOM) Q \I)L CLOTHING,
MEMBIRdnf the L. ciil.it jre an I v!raag>-m vlsitiig the city,
. will find be exiling on the fubwerih- r a large ami fashionable
.... rtui. nl of . loih... : <•! his . •> n in .',uf .ciure, a* low a* the same
i. .my and rk-uar.-h p can t—Bad . ' t.i.vrn lujttuMctory.— i
He h.u t- -n tnarufi .-luring the larger portli n of !.U work hero for |
toe past ton veers, and can assure h's customers that they shill
have R.. ti». 'i> sins Cio-riiiv., that ahaU compare. In every res
pect, with Northern w.uk they ar now purch -sing. A* I air. cou
,1- ed tt a' clothing can be manufactured In Richmond as low as
any city la the l'n o t. I. f. SPENCE,
Clotbeir and Merchant Tailor,
drS No 190, cor. Main and 15thsts,
Nhl.RH t LtCUINU FOK HtN AM) MOAN.
—We bare In store, of our own make, a large stock of Ml
>.RO CLOTHING, for both nun and b y»—Coats, Jacket*. Pants,
Vests, Shirts and >■ kj.whleh w.- w.li si ll at the wry Ion e»t prices.
Eor bargains, call on DAKUACOTT. HARRIS A CO.,
No. Ill Main street,
Jejl Successors to Merchant, Weislger A Co.
!)t)W OVERCOATS! HOW OVIllHOATs:
t We bare U i> lay received by Adams A Co.1* Repress, a
choice as- • » ..-irt off Children’* and toys' OVERCOAT!*, really
c-oil and cheap. Those of our customers who have been waiting
ceu no* be supplied wi-h somethin? nice. Call at once.
darracott, 1; arris a co..
No. 112 Main street,
deil Successors to Merchant, WeUiger A Co.
XOTICE 1UI.
10. I). In 1’jKLI^s Gr,
TAILOR AND CLOTIIPLR,
No, 12 G Main Mr«***l,
n\8 juHt return *1 from N\w Yo-k, &u<l Ls now prepared to ex
Ml,it l s N f p' » l' *
th »•* i%*ir»* : tc ‘ is friondi iii.d the public, cousbtintf la
pa. i of
CLOTHS, ClSSIMiiRES AH’ VL.sTIMjS,
of the new .sf styles, a hi It be will ualgr to order An the most ap
proved manner. 1 h warradW**! to please in all cases.
Al_vl,
In store and rec ring, a eh ce selec’lon of g.-nt's, youth*’and j
children's
READY-MADE CLOTIIIN'0,
of every grade and st.le
gem men’.u rrnNi-riMNO good?,
surh as 81 rt s, Oloi Socks sol Hr .wets; Hsriu
Shirts and Drawers, of good quality.
,,_j E. 1> KKM TNO, No. 1M Main street
'III) THE 1*1 III* IF. la c, t.. quctice nfthe nnprccideat*
| ed -see. .< of “Our Model Shirt,” we have made arrange*
tnents, (wh. h was h retofore Impossible, on account of the great
! Tt.< : In New V .-kt to O In 'have a large supply of this popu
ir M irt ..a hand. In every variety of style and quality, so that
th >s *e-i iirg orders will now have them Riled regularly and with
leu; itch As w - are the sole (gen's for tnis Shirt in Richmond,
we w u'd respectfully call tie attetiti'n of those who have not
stern Our Mod-1 to an egamination, and th-y will become convinc
ed tint It i* the *■« - . ' -.i... *f -?«-* •lurcItU Skirt ever offered
for saie. We are also prepared to make to order from scientific
m is ire* at shi rt notice, at 1 at rein - I prices. Wehavcon
hand a large and deslrabiestcck of GENTLEMEN 9 fLKX1SUIRQ
UiKltte, wi. h embraces everything t. rtuir.ing to Lie business,
and which will be offered at greatly r ••Ittecd p- ces.
sT "RTEVaNT .« MAOWIRE,
,u»,i No. Ft Main street, Richmond, V*.
/ s o u k i H ATED \\ uoi <;ii i ikon and
l WIRE RAILIN G—(dscured by 1 Hers Patent.) A Im.ratly
adapted lor r ».ng Public Gr nods, Cemeter.-s, Rahonys, Cot
, , a. sc ch-ep aii-i 1'* liurd.-. Patent Wire, Saikllng ReaJ
is, with vw i vari-f* of E.dliug iron ticud .leads andiron
fu,- t'ur- Patent Wire Coal Screens, ore, Sand and Gravel
Screens, Wire Net-'. ■ foe M squl'u, sh-.p, Poultry, and other
. \ r- J* let Houses, Ptncy Wire Work In great va
riety, for GanicUe, Ac.
M WaIKER A SONS. Manufacturers,
t . : Hath '■*.
oc*—dly __.
UO>|K »1 A UK NHOKN.—I have c tuduntly on hauil of
my uvu manufacture, the following kinds of
JJootri and Slioc*.^:
F*or Ltullfi:
Gaiter Boots, stth and with ul hee’s
Morocco Ui e Boots, with ” ”
Goat Skin “ *’ ’* “ “
K ir Gfiitl nti n:
Pine Press Boots
p- .ut B ts. single and double ?o!es
Oaford Ties an I Brogans.
For ’liw.aca mill F'sllilren :
G .at an 1 M irceco H - with and without heels.
For Hoy*:
Calf Brogans and Oaford Ti-a.
For Ns*rvnti t WoUlt n t
g> ut Goat a id K ;■ L.SC it- :s.
For s rvuut Jleu:
Brogues and Brogat-s.
I am nrei - It. . ike to order atahnrt notice any of the above
.... .hi _ j\o f 1* A i. E J!>.
Main Street,
| Banes kl • 1 KICK A CO.
\\' INTKDTO KENT. ' l*V-r'LLlSt, with S<t * fU
. wltiiia 10-junee* of our store. Liih.
IAOVK i < ->
nttl LMM. 111*1 *E WANTHI* TOIEISK,
OllFoRuNr H.Vlt h couve
. .. • • , uutU family, t .r nukgtM, l
fa- • •! ,,l luanent tenant tail be obtained Le applying to
,f TARii* A WILLIAMS.
I'trll Ht.M Olt EEVSK.-The room*over store
10' ■ *U rt T w occupied by C. D. * ole A to. Biih
At. ,th -y Brick Building In the rear, formerly occupied
as a tirin'tng "thee.
p. a gt.eu tit Jau’y. WA Apply to
K\. . i !.> t " VLFORT*. 21 Pearl Ft _
TCANTKD r® HIKE, "ilr' *
» s . . ' • * 1
on >Tth «reet. Church Mill, or at ray ofKce, on the Dock.
_A. 8, MR
Koit BENT.
ritlivr. t- re-' 'ib S: -t. r-. ently occupied br
| M :: .1 l ... e. »• (join t Mr. R. V. Daniel. Ji.; has Jkat
-ea r .- I r • «. water, «.«, belli, etc.,
painted. In idee order. Apply to itotF.A It ,
Or WM F WATSON, Lag.
1 WOK KENT. ..-r the Pa. art Office, we
I* a.d real th t slat ■ of the brick warehouse, at the head
I;a».u. • ru- C» .«! .r-d 'th street*. Tl.e situation is a
d-*-iraMe cue * .r a f**ed and grocery sl-*re and lor storage.
1*. vim, u iv ii * AiaUnry *»', I*1**
KD-MOSl), DAVIsNKORT l CO.
LM»K KENT -t'ne Te.ienitnt on north side Bnsin Hank, ad
' -,i,i -,o the office of Messrs, (iooch A Echula. Apply to
■ IPS A BARitoP u B
I Itlll* \» k NTEI1.—Wt » ,h t > pur-h I* a lso cargo**of
V goad Ci rw, a: .-.rod tan liaga, OI. I >,.-r Jaim-s river,
j,.; SilKILO* A BOMLlt*ILLb.
a »r INTKB-i g -ih! Lanas, to work on Welled B-iota.
6 ,lo do do Shoe* aud Gaiters.
10 good Brogue hand*.
Good workmen w . get steady Work and the best wages, by c»tl
P K ** BTFRU, raw kin -t
I AD1EV n<>ltO< r« HOOTS, Thick Hole*, Willi knd
l without Uvc, very fine aud superior, at tl.Htrs
iitA HRLS. S.t . S.N KEIF’S KI.OI H, Super U llf
4UU UdlibbU* do do
KM do fclxtr« Superfint J*>
lid «io Family do
U* do “hicit' ” Fine do
30 do tu(Fcris>r Rye do
M do Ltrd. prime article
li do N O. M- l-A-NBTB
1A hhd* bright Mufi' ado do
hbk bright !$u;rar House Pyrup
<>*»hed. »» wrfrred an*l C#tle* Sufan
%• bt>xn 1*1 Cart S da, r\tn* article
We rail the attention ut Bakers to ah«»ee *tock.
WM w%lL\CF*0\S
Ft is ii, i • at Herviofli W f+d suaiiiy
5 do No i Small Mackerel, iu store, for tale in
RIHRLB. AlOMRRTIUK.,
*noaa* r. Joinwr i TBoMAS S. wbttisu,
of Louis* Co., \ i , of Hanover Co., t a.
JOI]>«>TUt A WHiTIVG,
Krugers Mini ('onuulssluu NlercUiiut*,
Corner gth and Broad PtrtcU,
Rwegao^S, Vi.,
Keep constantly ou hand a w«U irLctod stoop of
GROCERIES, UdCiiM. Aw , AF-, . _ ,
jaM_And a-.tend to the units afall kind of Country P»°4«<fr
•iOllETIinu CITBA.
TV* FARMERS -W, have juat had mads to our order k Urge
f asoosUosat of Hsus' heavy Boots, suitaM* far Fsr*»*rk and
lit rung, thaw Boou we can warrant Ui wear ss long aa any two
or titroe pairs uf We* as niw gonon
»sid asads sag sf good Hi
—a a
RICHMOND WHIG.
OPPOSITION MEETING IN CHARLOTTE,
At a meeting of the Opposition Party of Charlotte,
held in the Court House, on Monday, the Oth day of Feb
ruary, (that being Court day.) on tuotiou of Dr. P. H.
Flournoy, Captain John Mur-lml! was called to the
Chair, and Thus. Mack aud Johu K. Cardwell were ap
pointed Secretaries.
Upon taking the Chair, the Chairman explained the
object of the meeting, and then proceeded, in a most
graphic aud vivid manner, to depict the present sad aud
deplorable condition of the country, which Le traced
as with a pencil of lii/hi, to the corruption aud tnal
adminixtrution of the Democratic Party, which uad,
for to many years.liad uninterrupted control of iLe Gov
erniuetit; aud concluded with a strong uud eloquent ap
pe.d, in behalf of a I'nion of all the conservative elements i
of the Opposition everywhere throughout the country,
that the Government might be restored to that purity
and stability, which characterized its history in its earlier
aud better days. When he haJ concluded his remarks,
ou motion ol Mr. Juo. 11. Cardwell, the following resolu
tions were unanimously adopted:
Jiexotved, That we mast cordially approve of the pro
posed Convention of the Opposition Party, to be held in
the city of Richmond, ou the the *J2d of the present
month.
Hi-nvlrtd, That the Chairman of this meeting appoint
one hundred Delegates to represent this county, in said
Convention, and that any member ot the Oppodtiou Par
ty who may be in Richmond, at the time, lie authorized
to act as a delegate to the same.
The t’haitnun then appointed the following Delegates:
P. S. Carrington, Dr. J. B. Rice, C. A. Rjine, Capt. J.
11. Railev, J. V. Kirkpatrick, Capt. John 1!. Dickenson,
T. S. llci.ry. Dr. Robert E. Bouldin, E. S. Collins, Jolra
Henry, \V. B. Bohannon, Col. Thomas Pugh, T. 11. Mar
shall, Thomas Harvey, P. I., Thornton, Chas \V. Harvey,
C. G. Barksdale, Andrew Bailov, C. R. Morton, Joseph
Diidel, Klah Jack oil,] A J. Middleton, Capt. Win. .1.
Wki; <on, Wm. L. Thornton, Col. J. P. Marshall, Wood
Bouldin, llenrv K. Edmonds, I’. L. Ligon, Hr. David
Flournoy, A. J. Johuson, Jno. Garnett, P. Y. Adams, T.
J. Adants, Juo. E. Cook, J. F. Morissett, T. C. Mori:- |
-ett. Dr. Joel Watkins, Henry Carrington, R. J. l’riddv,
Wm. J. Davenport, Roland Anderson, T. E Watkins, D.
F. Mutton, Capt. Jacob Morton, Coi. Wiltshire Cardwell,
Win Morton, Capt. II. E. Scott, Nicholas Edmunds, Sr.,
t ap:. C. W. G. Watkins, Captaiu T. G. Watkins, W. A.
Woods, B. F. Harrison, Dr. P. 11. Flournoy, Dr. J. P
Brown, J. W. Marshall, W. W. Henry, T. J. Spencer, R»> '
B. Sjiencer, J. 1*. Keesec, Col. II. A. Carrington, J. J.
Word, Jno. Edmonds, A. A. Wilhon, J. A. Foster, Si >n |
Spctieer, W. W. Palmer, Win. Thoinpsou, A. S. Faris, ll. j
II. Morton] 11. C. ltouldiu, 11. C. Bouldin, Ro. S. Spencer,
J W. Eggleston, Dr. C. II. lUed, 11. M. Gipson, Dr. L.
It Spencer, F. J. Iterry, Capt. R. Palmer, Capt. C. II.
Ilobert-ou. Capt. Iltigg, Capt. Janie.- E. Mo-clv, Ja-.
Gordon, Win. S. Chaffin, J. F. Mosely, Wm. Most lv, J.
lirooeks, C. O. Lii -coiuli, Win. Hankins, G. S. Crafton, j
.bum- r. Pickim-eu, u :n. Wallace, Dr. W. 11. Marshall,
(’apt. II. K. Vaughan, Dr. James McNutt, J"hn J. Low
rv, W. O. Eouldiu, (1. I’. Tun-tall, C. IE Adams, J. A.
Duucau.
On motion of Dr. Joel Watkins, the C..airmail and
Secretaries were added to the Delegation.
It was also
A! toii-1. That the proceedings of this meeting be sent
to the Richmond Whig, for publication, when,
On motion, the meeting adjourned.
JNO. MARSHALL, Ch’n.
Tiiomas Mack, 1
, „ ,, • becrotane.-.
J.no. II. Cahowkll, f _
OPPOSITION MEETING IN RALEIGH.
At a meeting of the Whig*of Raleigh aounty, conren
edat the Courthouse, on Saturday, the 4th day of Feb
ruary, ISfiO, Henry L. Gillespie, Esq., was called to the
Chair, and Otis Caldwell appointed Secretary.
Gen. A. Beekley moved the adoptiou of the following
preamble and resolutions, which, after some discussion,
and an unsuccessful motion to strike out certain portions
of the preamble, were carried by a majority ol votes,
and the blanks filled with the undermentioned names by
the chairman.
Whereas, in this critical state of our country, threat
ened, as it is, by the greatest of all eslamiiies, a dissolu
tion of our glorious Union, by a fanatical crusade ou one
side against the in-iitution of slavery as Constitutionally
existing in the Southern Slatesof this Confederacy; and
!-v the never ceasing agitation of the slavery question
by the several sections of the party in power, arising
from the unwise repeal of the Missouri Compromise
and the treacherous breach of those Compromise
measures of 1850, agreed upon under the sanction of
that noble triumvirate.of patriots and state-men, Clay,
Webstar and Calhoun, upou me equals ot whom, we be
lieve, the sun will never shiue, and which breach of the
-olemu pledges of the Democratic and W lug parlies in
iLer nal.oual conv t-ulious, and ou the lloors ol Congress,
was in.ide as a “stalking horse." to reach the Presidency
of these United States. It is, therefore, incumbent ou
the conservatives of this Union to unite iu one great ef
lurt to place in the Executive Chair some national man,
»ho will put at: end to this sectional *ar.
fi**u!»el. Therefore, that the Whigs of Raleigh ap
point the tolloning ciliaens to represent them in the Op
position Convention, to be held in the city of Richmond,
on the auspicious gjJ of Fcbruarv, ISO", vix:
Col. B. K. Li: kous, Gen. A. Beekley, D. Shumate, I)r.
R. \V. Witten, Otis Caldwell, E Prince, Vv illiatn Piiuce,
Wiii. 11. KetlVr and Henry M. Beekley,
A' tolreil. That in case the above delegates do not at
teud - »id Convention, Messrs. Allen T. Caperton, Joseph
A. Aid r-on, Robert Ridgway, Mason Matthew.-, Wil
liam H. Macfarland and Col.•John T. Anderson be re
quested to act os alternates,
Jie*olvrJ, That attested copies be sent to Allen T. Ca
perton, E j , Richmond, and also to the Richmond Whig
for publication.
Ou motion of E. Piiuce, the meeting adjourned sine
die. HENRY L. GILLESPIE, Ch'ru.
Ot.s Calhwlll, Sec’y.
OPPOSITION MEETING IN FRANKLIN.
At a meeting of the Opposition party of Franklin conn
v, held at the Court House ou the tith d;(y of February,
1860,
On motion John Wade, Jr., was called to the Chair,
uud Henry E. Carper appointed Secretary.
M'ij J. A. Early offered the following resolutions which
wi re unanimously adopted.
lieeolrtd. That wc approve of the proposition to hold
au Opposition Convention in the city of Richmond, on
the ddd of the present month, and that the chairman of
inis meeting appoint thirty di-legatei to represent the
W higs and Americans of this county in the said conven
tion.
A- hr,I, Tiiat any Whig or American of this county
uho may be present in Richmond at the time of the meet
lug of said convention shall he a delegate thereto.
A-s'-lvrj. That the Chairman and Secretary be added
to the list of delegates appointed by the Chairman.
published in the Richmond Whig in.d Lynchburg Virgin
ian.
Tbi* Chairman appointed the following delegates : Sum
uel Hale, L'*««*lleii II. Powell, Reijauiin X. Hatcher,
Charles Powell, Win. A. Brown, Frederick R. Broivu,
\\ in. A. B \V iugfield, Jeffrey Woody, James Patterson,
Peter Saunders, Sr., John A. Smith. James S. Callaway,
(ieorgeC. Aleut tee, Wm. Alcnefee, Powell M. Wald, Ju
iitl A. Earle, Richard Al. Taliaferro, Hugh Nelson, Lewis
B. Tat lor* Samuel II. Saunders, Armi-und L. Burwell,
JohnS. 1! tie, Robert Prunty, Walter C. Callaway, Aloses
C. Greer, Charles B. Reynold’, Peter Saunders, Jr., Ro
bert U. Saunders, Thos. Fraukliu and Ira M. Hurt.
Ou motion the meeting adjourned.
JOHN WADE, Jk., Ch’n.
H. E. Carper, Sec’r. _
OPPOSITION MEETING l\ POWHATAN.
At a meeting of the Whigs of Powhatan county, hold
at the Court House, on the Oth February, I860, (court
day i for the purpose of appointing delegates to a conven
tion to be held iu the city of Richmond on the 22d Feb
uiaiy, /.. ti. Aloorunn was called to the Chair, and E. G.
Mosbv appointed Secretary.
On met ion it was
KrtalveJ, That the Chairman appoint 10 deh gates from
ea 'h magistctial distiict in the county to attend the Con
vention to be hi Id iu the city of Richmond on the ‘22nd
February.
The following is a list of the delegates appointed :
1st Dist.—Wm. E. Roy all, R. R Williams, Win. Xetli
erlamL, George S. Jeter, Josiali S. Smith, Hiram Harris,
W. Sehh n, Doctor John X. Vaughan, John II. Hobson
and Richard Crump.
gd DL-t—1*. St. Geo. Cocke, Robert Moore, B. H. l’al
more, Josiah Smith, Jr., John W. Murray, Spencer Pa!
more, Charles llenoon, Jos. W. Paluiore, L. J. Stokes
and James J. Denoon.
;td Dist—General Wm. C. Scott, Willis J. Dance, P.
J. Baskins, Thomas B. Skipwith, James M. Harris, Wm.
M. Skipwith, G. G. Leigh, Win. K. Moseley,Benjamin W.
Finney and Dr. Juo. G. Skelton.
4th Dist.—Wilson Winfree, Dr. Thos. J. Turpin, Hen
rv Holuiau, Cbas. Carter Lee, R. N. Makenzie, EJ. Cun
ningham, Wm. A. Turpin, Dr. Rob’t Nelson, Dr. Thos. G.
Makenzie and James M. Sublet!.
It was
Knolied. further. That anr citizen of the county who
may be iu Richmond at the time, be reque-ted to attend
and act as a delegate.
That the Chairman and Secretary be added to the del
egation and that these proceedings be published in the
Richmond Whig.
Ou motion the meeting adjourned.
Z. G. MOORMAN, Ch’n.
E. G. Mosbv, Sec’y. _______
Their Fir-t Mutiso.—Just fancy the feeliugs of our
beloved and illustrious President, when the Pennsylvania
Rebel first wails upon him in hjs restored official capa
city ! As the immortal Ouilp said in the “ Old Curi
osity Shop," ‘that eeill be a meeting.” Fresh layers of
adipose matter will deposit themselves all over Forney’s
body os the result of that meeting; and the amiable,
high-souled old gentleman who sits iu the White House
will probably chew up snd exterminate out of the face of
thipts various, if uqt more, unlighted cigars during the
quarter of an bout following fijat (jelipiouj rencontre.—
We shall meet again, laid the oid coon to me wild oat,
and tbeee animals, dissociated for many yean>, finally
I came together again on the counter of a hat store.—A”.
IKilHiNI < * -
TUIKYV'SIXTII CONGRESS—Pint Mention.
Wednesday, Feb. 8 th.
SENATE.
Tlic resolutions of Mr. Davis were postponed until
Mondav next, when they will come up as the special or
der.
Mr. Pearce introduced u joint resolution authorizing
the Secretary of the Interior to make the necessary ar
rangements "lor the dedication of the statue of Washing
ton, in this city, on the 22d inst., and appropriating three
thousand dollars, or so much thereof as may be necessa
ry for that purpose. He asked that the joint resolution
might be immediately put on its passage, but
Mr. Fessenden objected,aud it was laid over.
On motion of Mi. Ilaun a resolution was adopted in
structing the committee on post office and post roads to
inquire into the expediency of establishing a line of
mail service by steamships from San Francisco via the
Sandwich Islands and Japan, to China.
Mr. Fitch, from the committee on printing, reported in
favor of printing sundry documents.
Mr. Davis, from the same committee, reported in favor
of printing the reports ol Maj. Delafi ld and Maj. Mnr
decai on the Crimea war; aud also printing ten thousand
xtru copies of t! e same. He chnracieiized ii at, a work ol
great value, which ought to be widely distributed. *
Mr. Fessenden objected, that under the present system
the printer for Congress made too much money. He
thought we better not have any more priming done un
til the system was amended.
After some further debate the motion to print the
above named reports was rejected.
The Senate resumed the consideration of the post
office appropriation lull. Mr. Powell made an able
speech iu favor of the abolition of the 1'r.uikitg privi
lege, pointing out the abuses to w hich it gives rise, ynd
commenting on the enterprise which characterizes the
the public press, by which a synopsis of congressional
proceedings and all the important news of the day is
laid before the people of every city and town in tha
country.
Mr, (lioen thought this was not exactly the best place,
and if all other amendments should be voted down, lie
would vote against this. This discussion was continued
at great length by Messrs, tiwin, Toombs, Simmons,
Hunter, Trumbull, Fessenden, Doolittle, Douglas, Foot,
and other Senators.
Finally, the amendment abolishing the franking privi
lege was rejected by a tie vote—yeas 27, nays 27.
Without taking uuy definite action on the bill, the
Senate adjourned.
Tilt usday, Feb. 9, I860.
SENATE.
The Senate met at 1 p. in.
The Vice 1‘rosident laid before the Senate the joint rev
olutions of the Washington City Councils, requesting
Congress to improve the channels ol the Potomac river.
Deferred to the Committee of the District ol Colunilsia.
Also, a communication from the Secretary of War,
showing the number ol employees under the \\ ar Depart
ment. Laid on the table.
Mr. Lane presented the petition of 108 citizens of New
Referred.
He also introduced a bili to extend the preemption
privileges to a certain Indiau reservation in Oregon. Re
ferred.
Mr. Sumner offered a resolution instructing the Com
mittee on Commerce to inquire it further Ih-islatiou be
not necessary to prevent crime on board the merchant
marine of the United States. Agreed to.
Mr. Fitch moved that the resolution ordering the print
ing of 1.1,(mo copies of the Agricultural Report ot the
Patent Office be taken up; which was agieed to, and the
resolution passed.
At 2 p. in. the Senate proceeded to the consideration
of the Postal Deficiency bill.
HOUSE OF' REPRESENTATIVES.
Mr. Shertnan moved that the House proceed to the
election ol a Printer, aud demanded the previous ques
tion.
Mr. Stanton hoped that his colleague would withdraw
the demand for the previous question.
On motion of Air. Burnett, there was a call of the
House.
On motion of Mr. Hoard, a resolution was adopted—
that the Committee on Public Expenditures inquire iuto
the expenses for printing for the House, and report at
un early day. Surh modifications of the rates paid as
public justice and a due regard to rigid economy in ex
penditures require -hall be paid, and that they have pow
er to examine witnesses ami report at any time.
The House refused to secoud the demand for the pre
vious question—74 agaiut 80.
Jlr. Stanton desired to pa-s over an election for the
present; and, in giving his views for this suggestion, said
lie wanted the printer to be elected a practical man, who
has the means ior executing the work. Besides,ha wished
to avoid the pos ability of having the profits u*ed for
corrupt purposes.
It was knowu that charges had been made against the
Administration puty for thus u-ing the patronage; and,
as a Republican, he did not desire his party to be thus
painted. The price should be reduced before they elect
a printer.
Mr. Colfax replied to Mr. Stanton, whose remarks he
thought, came with a bad grace. He (Air. Coliax) de
fended his vote in the Thirty-Fourth Congress for Mr.
Dclrees, an<l it was only after Air. Follet had no chance
of an election, that he had voted lot Defrets.
Air. Sherman offered an amendment to his motion, to
the effect that the Printer elected shall have the office
with the proviso that the House may at any time reduce
the prices paid for printing.
Mr. Sherman sub.-< queutlv moved that the election of
printer be pn-tponed till Aloud.iy next; a: d this motion
was agreed to—yeas 108, nays not counted.
After the announcement of the committees, the Presi
dent's aniui.il message was read; whereupon there was
a general exodus from the floor and galleries.
Aulrican IloRSfi os nir. Eniili.-u Tlkv,—Mr. Iltrbn
h is entered iuto a partnership with Mr. Saville, u prac
ticed English turfman, and ha.- entered Desd-mona (for
merly Des Chile.-) for the fir.-t great race of the season,
the Northamptonshire Stakes, for which there are llg
subscribers. The weights are not yet published, hut
among the nominations are such first-class horses as
Promised Land Borderer, (the winner of this race in
1858,) Trumpeter who was third for last yeer’s Derby,
(Sasburd, Newcastle, Be vis (the L.st year's winner, (Schism,
Blue Jacket, Oxford, Ariadne, Roman Candle, Tourna
ment aud Special License. The bad eoi d tion of Desde
moua during the past season has always been a serious
obstacle to her success, but it is possible that her new
trainer may effect a reformation in her in tlut.
Satellite, optimist, Prioress, ami Dcsdemoim are cn
►>red for the New .market Handicap, run for at the Craven
Meeting (1 mile ti fur. 55 yards.) There are 81 horses
entered for it, but none of any importance except (i is
parJ, Gamester, and Newea-tle. Mr. Ten Jtroeck has
entered Optimist, Satellite, and Woodluirn for the City
aud Suburban Handicap, run lor at Epsom, and Prioress
for the Great Metropolitan Handicap, at the same inect
TI... l ain i.nternd <’• ..Iimiti tn
the former, and Dvsderaoita tsi the latter race.
The City aud Suburban r ace is a short dash of one
mile atid a quailer, and there arc 137 horses enti red for
it. The Great Metropolitan is a two mile and a quarter
race, with no left- than '.'l subscribers. Of course,until the
weights are published, it is us.-Uss attenq ting to make any
comments on the chutige of sticctss of the American hor
ses. In the Chester Cup Mr. Ten. Hroeck Ins engaged
Prioress, Satellite, and Optimist, while Desdemoua rep
resents llarlan \ Co.’s interests. The latter mare is also
engaged in the Great Northern Handicap at York, and
the Rous Stakes at Epsom.
From the number of stakes in which Messrs. Siville
and Harlan have entered this mare, there must be some
thing more in her than her public running last year gave
evidence of. Starke is only entered for one tace, the
Rous Handicap at Epsom; but he will doubtless, take the
place of Fisherman in “farming” the numerous Queen’s
Plate- atid weight-for-age races at the various meetings
thiougbout the kingdom. Altogether, the representa
tives of American raeersiu England, now numbering V
horses, have a capital prospect of still further increasing
the honor and fame won by Prioress, Starke and Umpire
ou the English Turf.
A Protest Against Early Rising.—Dr. Hall, iu the
February number of his Journal of Health, says:
One ot the very worst economies of time is that filched
from necessary sleep. The wholesale but blind commen
dation of early rising is as mischievous iu piacticc as
it is errant in theory. Early ri-iugis a crime against the
noblest part of our physical uuture, unless it is preceded
liv an early reliriug. Multitudes of business men in
large cities count it a saving of time if they can make a
journey of a hundred or two miles at night by steamboat
nr railway. It is a ruinous mistake. It never fails to |
be followed by a want of general well feeling for several I
days after, if, indeed, the man docs not return botnu ac
tually sick, or so near it as to be unfit for a full attention
to his business for a week afterwards. When a roau
leaves home on business, it is always import mt that he
should have his wits about hint; that the mind should be
fresh and vigorous, the spirit lively, buoyant and cheer
ful. No man cau say that it is thus with him after a
night on a railroad or ou the shelf of a steamboat.
The first grand recipe for sound, connected, and re
freshing sleep is physical exercise. Toil is the price of
sleep.
We caution parents, particularly, not to allow their
children to be waked up of mornings; let natuie wake
them up, she will not do it prematurely, but have a care
that they go to bed at au early hour; let it be earlier aud
earlier, until it is found that they wake up of themselves
in full time to dress for breakfast. Being waked up early,
and allowed to engage in difficult or any studies late and
just before retiring, has given many a beautiful and pro
mising child brain fever, or determined ordinary ailments
to the production of water on the brain.
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EDITOR OF THE CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE.
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one; If three selected Numbers are drawn, he gets two hundred for
one - If four selected Numbers are drawn, he get* a thousand for
cot*; If five spirted Numbers arp «Irntrn, five tiioi vand for one. If
i'x selected Number* are drawn, fifteen thomard to one. Iftnnem
bsr / If two, or more.selected Numbers are taken, and all of those
Number* *o selected are not drawn among the Twelve Drawn
Numbers, the Ticket is a Blank.
OUR
II n v a it a S* I a ii I. o (11* r I e n
Jjraie Four ( 1) Time* a Month!
and are the most liberal of any Scheme* ever offered. For par
ticular* ail dr ess,
W. C. DAWSON A CO., Manager,,
oc22— Macon, and Savannah, (la.
. ■
JOHN N. CORDON A NON
OFKFR FOR SALE
Tin Pi.ati, bright, of ail kind*,
Leaded and Coze Plate*, for roofing and safe*,
Hloce Tin, In b*r, and pigs.
Sheet Zink, *pe!( r and spelter solder,
Lr id, In pig* and bar*,
Copter, tinned, braziers, sheathing and bar,
SHirrr iron, all kinds.
Galvanized Tin'd Panin,
Iron Wire, all number!,
Bar In..x, Swedes, common and English refined.
Ergiish and American IIam’d IitoR,
Hour, Hand, I! t nd and Mji alk Rod*,
Slit Iron, f.,r horse and mu e thoes, superior quality, H
flR'rrtR's HorarShi'E Nails, all *.i *,
Exci.i-h and American Kll-teredStesl,
N a tier's Cast and Shear do.,
Cast Steel, superior quality, for axes,
Gum ax Steel,
Waoor and Bror.r Axles, with taps and ltndh plat,
Spring Steel,beat quality,
Pu rc.ii Iron, from 7 to 1'.’Inches.
Nail Reds, Swede- and American,
It Ret pit Iron Pint .h Pi ates,
BcedkvV Hue r and Mi 11 Mims, Improved patent,
Tinned and Black Rivet* and Bi ciet Ear.,
Tinnid SAt'Ci Pan Ha-mu,
Tin Dinner, Sails and Pin Plates, with a full assortment
of Groceries. lm—j»27
1860. ADIE A GRAY, 1860.
DISTILLERS AM) MA.MTAlTl'ItEKS
or
r itipmint: and uniiviNii km in.
ALSO DEALERS In
ALCOHOL, FPTF TURPENTINE KEROilNR ami LIN9EED OILS
All ol which they offer to the trade at the lowest market rates,
for <niaA. JyK 147 Main Street.
fllllC Subscriber*, agents for Messrs J. 0 A II. B. Miller A Co,
I Fauquier county, are prepared to contract for VIRGINIA
MANUFACTURED Cl OTI1S, -ample* of which can be seen at our
office. The quality of these Cloths cannot be nurpaascd. as many
who 1 ave tried them are rea ly to testify. Terms exceedingly libe
ral Volunteer companies especially are invited to examine them
before purchasing elsewhere. PEYTON A AKCHKK,
ja2o—il'iw _HW Cary street.
Dltlftft’S PATENT PIANO.—P. H.
IAYLOK has just received a fu.ther supply of
these extraordinary Pianos. Th-y are pronoun ed
' lit I I *
Celebrated Thalherg, to be the beat Piano* ever mad*,
noil At Ms Music Store, Inn Main street
/ 'OOPIiIIV DllAWIMi AND DI II KNIVES.—
\j A further supply Of the,* superior Knives, w i h have been so
highly approved by our customers. Jest received by M-amer and
for sale by C. J ► INTON A CO.,
Flgn of the Circular Saw,
fP2 71 Main street.
HECTOR (MVC*. lurtioncer,
FRtNKUN FTREET, RICHMOND, VA.,
SKLIJt SLAVE.*, both publicly and priv*t,ly. Person* entrusting
their Mate, to him, may re-t a.iu.-eu of obtaining the highest
market prices. fri
mm NSW AND POP I LAB BOOKS,
(NOT FOR TilK DAY ONLY )
Sir If i>l>itn'» Gliosl. By a Contdbutor to “Th* AtlantV ”
This wonderful l.uuk pronounced hv rrlsl. s superior to any aiioilar
American hook, h <v passed to the Third Edition FI,oh.
(fsTiimlnr. Ily Fdm( ni> Aie.it This author r .nks /h -t In
Pari*, and Ills books are read more than my oilier author’s “This
churning novel Is hv far h's h.-t Imok.” fl,hd.
I! I lor, „| •; ,r IttD'Is
work is r* . lot wly a msl Inki -' ag M ry 1 ul I
somest Ixjok of the r -it ever Is-u -.l Hii* new eilltlou Is still an
Improvement over others In beauty of binllug. Fl.“d
The Korn III) tluesllun. Ity Komi nd Ar 'T TMs Ii
the '*Boston Correct I. .i'ion,” edited by Rev. K. N. Kirk, and Is
correct in every particular fine
Art lte< realloilM, rhllv III.-tiI id .Ii.ii g Instiue
tlonalu Drawing ti.* ,.r. Paint: ", And d< , Waxwork, Hair
. ’ i pll ... th- dav.
A vain ihle bonk fur t->:irh ‘rs and those who would become tea. I.
Itlogl'.'i |iii) ol Si-■ll-TiUlaiil-1I. n—universally nr
knowledged as one ot tin I c~t books for youth ever published. *0c.
Above for sale by all Booksellers, and sent by mail by the Pub
J. K TII.TON’ A COMPANY, Boston
to.sol fULK-V AM) SOI iHULSTEK.V MERCHANTS.
I SCO. SPLKNDID STOCK OF 18CO.
SPRING GOODS.
BELL, PACE, LAVENDER & CO.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
STAPLE ./VISTID FnAISTCY
DRY GOODS,
80 Cbaiubcr» mill 7! Held*streels,
NEW YOltK.
NEW YORK, Jutm lOrn, 1*00.
DksrSi* :
We Incite your attention to our large stock of Engl iali,
Scotc h, trl«h, French and German Maple nn i
Fane) Dr) Good", or ora owx liiroamiox. These Gomls
selected with great care on the “other side.” hy one of our
fl-rn with a special view to the wants of the SOUTHERN AND
SOUTH- WK.-TKRN I I! AO E.
We also invite your attention to a complete Stock of Domestic
Fabrics, selected carefully and with an eye to the same trade.
We elfer our Stock on the most favorable terms, and hope, when
you visit this city, vou will give us a call.
We give especial attention to tilling orders.
Yours, very respectfully,
fe2—dxw2w* BKI.I,, PAGE, LAVENDER A CO.
CO-PART ffER§HIP.
fOHN M. WEST, of Fetersburg, and Thomas Johnston, of Rich
,| mind, have this day purchased of Geoige M. W«*t, his entire
stock of Kooks and Stationary, and will continue the butlnett un
iter the name and atyle of Wert A Jobn-lon, at the old stand, 145
Main street, nnd hope bv strict attention to business to merit the
patronage or their friends and the public, wltlrh has been so libe
rally bestowed upon the House of Geo. M. West.
JOHN M WEFT,
THUS. JOHNSTON.
Richmond, Eeb. 1st, 1*60.
A I'AIID.
In retiring from the Book trade, l desire to return my thanks
to the public, who have so generally sustained me, and I trust my
successors may receive the aame encouragement. .
fel GEORGE M. WERT.
New and important rooks.—
For sale by T. 0. 0. DKBWRY,
(Successor to P. 11 Price.)
No. lid Main St., (Dowden’s old stand.)
MAN Moral and Physical, or the Itlluence of Health mud Disease
an Religious Experience, by the Rev. Joseph 11. Jones, Pastor
of the 6th Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia.
Non Ignara mall mlaeria succurrere dlaco. Price #1.
This work engaged the attention of the author for many years,
assisted by various reading and much experience. It Is not
known that there is another work on tbe same topic In the English
Language.
THE Pentateuch and the Book of Joshua, with an original and co
Sic us critical and explanatory commentary,by the Rev. Robert
amlrson D. D , Minister of Ft. Pauls, Glasgow, Scotland.—
Price 15 cents.
THE Historical Brola of the Holy Scriptures, Judgea, Ruth, 1st
and 2d Samuel, 1st and 2d K'ngs. 1st and 2d Chronicles, Kira,
Nehemlah and Esther, liy tha aame author. Price 15c.
THE Revlyal In Ireland, letter* from Minister! and Medical men la
Ulster on the Revival cf Religion In the North of Ireland, ad
dressed to Rev. H. Grattan Quines*. Price 25c.
T O C. D. Invites attention to Ids assortment of^Reitgtoos aud
i»^Sia5aftsgatfrgaaa
WOMBLE * CLAIBORNE.
i Tar* I** U Faarlfstreet,
Artificial tbkth. r—
THE CBKOPLA STIC PPOCKSS. Em-dJEi'J
0. W. JONE8, Dzxtist, having purchased thelJTfiu-if'iBsfo
right for the ahova mode of making Teeth, and ha
Ing entirely satisfied of ill abs-oule superiority over the gold, idver
or platlna method, be can with contl lenre commend It to ell who
tuay desire fill; or partial acta of Teeth—and especially to lurh as
may he dissatisfied with theme they are now using. In this process,
all of the objections to the gold plate are removed -the nmol be
ing perfect, set urea comfort and stability to the fit—and the teeth
being embedded In the metal, the food is excluded from under o
between them, and they are therefore sfronyee, cleaner, smoother
and In every respect better.
In consequence of the perfect adaptation of the plate to the
mouth and the suction thereby secured, he can Inaert one or more
teeth u ithont cUaps—and In all cases guarantee a perfect and sat
isfactory fit, or no charge.
Tills method having been adopted and commended by thoee stand
Ing highest In the profession. North and Booth, testimonials will be
given and specimens exhibited to any who may desire to aecthem.
Those whiling to exchange the old method I r the new, their old
plate will be taken In part pay. Office opposite Corinthian Hull
Office hours from h to 2J4, trom SJ* to 4. oc7—ly
itACON, LABHi HI TTm, rilhKkE, Ac.—
J 2.1 Mels. Hams, bhoul h-r*, Bldis and lire .sis
h.1 hbls prime leaf Lard
2.1 tubs prime Goshen Ituttcr
fit boxes prime Goshen th vie
PM boxes tC. D. do
lie. Mils, refined Sugars
fat Mils, prime Jersey Cider
20 do No. I Mackerel
1(M do No. 3 do
40 do Frost’s UiK-krlieat
3d do new erop N. O. Molatici
fill do elder Vinegar
Sihi package* assorted Tea*
Inti dozen assorted Itro uns
list do do Kails
fi tes. Hal Seda
5 do Firr y 'a assorted Shot
2 dll prime Codfish ’
Landing per steatur s and packsts from New York, Philad* IpMa
and Italllmore, for sale low by "'I II. TVI.hll,
jrtis; ldih str.-et, between Slain and Cary.
VlRiiiYI i
RUKSIYG AM* U CRIi'.lTI.VU COAI, 011.1.
THU GREAT KANAWHA COAL AND Oils COMPANY,
“Conslsling of v itivx I Iti/icv nr oru n» \ .■'MTV," has appointed us
Agents fur the sale of their justly celebrated
BURNING AND LUBRICATING COAL OILS,

We UrrlU ih.- attaot .f I polks aria and Dealer* throughout
•li Htate to our supply, which will be large and zulil by ir.W. aii/e
• al Hie lowest Factory prices.
ill—M GOOCH A ECTOLfl.
I860. TRADE. I860.
Lanier, Krotliors <Sc C ’o.,
DRY GOODS,
2-VI ash 256 BALTIMORE STREET.
BALTIMORE •
l\r F are now receiving and opening our Slack of Good, for Hie
t? Spring Trade, which will lie - mplcte and ready for examin
ation by the first of February. Anticipating a much larger demand
this season, than heretofore, In our marke-, we have in.a arrange,
ment i accordingly, and wl'l present a large and attractive stock of
tun Is, both foreign awl domestic ; and which ti e are prepared to
off r to prompt and responsible buyers on as favorable terms a*
they can be h id In any other market. I lit—lw»
IMIO. HARDWARE, COACH MATERIALS, Re. I H«0.
WILLIAMS & KLLIOTT,
CT .Main .Street. Richmond, Va,
IMPORTERli, WHOLESSl-E A RETAIL DEALERS IN
HARDWARE, GUNS, MACHINISTS, GOODS AND
COACH MATERIALS,
of every description
\LWAYS on hand at manufacturers .-rices, a large stock of
RI.V.ItER and LEITHKK MACHIvE RFI.TING. Guru and
Va-ti Packing, Lace Leather, C rrularPaws, Dole's Saw Hummers,
Steam Whistles. Steam and Urns Cocks,oil Cocks, oli Cups, Ac., Ar ,
and Machinists goods genera ly, of superior ouallty. Sole Agents
f-r Hie BALTIMORE hEt L and BlU&t WORKS, amt for Crockett s
celebrated COACH VARNISH R. L. WILLIAMS,
lay—ly _ __ W. A. ELLIOTT.
EEECTUICITV.
DR. TRAVERSE having met with unparalleled success in treat
ing Chronic diseases In other cities, has been Induced to open
an office In this city for a few weeks, In order to five the afflicted
an opportunity of tettiug the wonderful curative property of this
great Therapeutical agent.
Electricity, when rightly applied, gives Instant relief, and make*
a permanent cure In a veiy short time. My appara'ua differs
widely from all others, and Is made according to my own order for
medical purposes only, giving no shock to the patient, but a pleas
ing sensation, and producing an Invigorating effect.
Persons afflicted with the following diseases give m« a call and
I will warrant a cure In a very short time; Nervous or Pick Head
ache, Neuralgia. Catarrh, Bronchitis, Coughs and pulmonary dis
eases tending to Consumption, Scrofula, Hip Diseases, White Swel
lings. Erysipelas. Salt Rheum. Tetter Rash, Carbuncles, and humors
of every description; Spinal Diseases, Curvatures, Rheumatism. St
Yitus-Dance, Fits, Paralysis, Deafness and Running at the Far, Im
paired Vision, contracted Muscles, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint,Ge
neral Debility, P- ralnil Weakness. Dropsy, Debility, Leucorrhxa or
Whiles, Inflammation and Exiling ofthe Womb, Abscesses, Cancers
and Ulcers of the Womb. In ten years’ practice I have treated
upwards of ten thousand cases of Prolapsus Uteri or Falling of the
Womb.
I will pay fifty dollars for every case that cm be presented where
I have failed to make a permanent cure.
Also, by 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 hy some of the most eminent ofthe faculty, such as—Dr.
(ioldlng Bird, Dr. W'lison Phillips, Prof. Mattencel. Dr. Marshal
Hall, Prof, hunter, Robb Boyle,and many others,to be the greatest
Inv ,-ntlon of the age.
He has, also, F< male Mils for eupproagiop?. Irregularities, Ac.,
which have never been kn&wnto fail In* producing the desired ef
feet.
Office In Relvln's Bl rk, on litfi sL R> tm No. C.
Office hours from 5 A. M. to 2 I*. 3L; from 3 to 6, and T to
9 P. M.
Consultation FREE.
Letter* of consultation. Ac., must have a stamp enclosed In or
der to prepay answer.
P. S.—Physicians,Dentists and Families furnished with machines
noli—dim
DISNOLI'TION op PAHTNI US1IIP.
t (THE concern of "J A 0. PANNILL" v - dissolved on 1st Dec.,
1 1«», by mutual consent, CHAR. PANNILL retiring. Thebnolrs
and accounts ofthe concern hate hicn transferred to JOS. PAN
SILL, who will continue the Commission business as per annexed
notice. J. PANNILL,
C. PANNILL.
Richmond, Jan. 3d, 1560.
COPT.
LIMITED PARTNERSHIP.
JTVIE subscribers, JOtfl.t'H PANNILL, a re-ldent ofthecltTof
1 Rl< ntti-o.d, and THOMAS BRUCE, a resident of tin countv of
Halifax. State of Virginia, have this d*y fo'ired a "LIMITED
PARTNERSHIP,” under the style and firm of"J. PANNILL.” for
ihr purpose of conduct!; g a "Commls-ion hurim xs" In the city of
Richmond, Virginia, to continue until the first day ol tanuary,
(1964) A D., one thousand eight! undred are!sixty four. JOSEPH
PANNILL Is *‘-;i x«Ri! pxursiiH. ” TMuMAS BRUcK is -picul PAHT
on,” and as such has this day contribute.I to the capital stock of
the firm, the sum of tn tbeueand dollars (910,000.) Witness our
hand and seals this 3d day ot January, lxCo
J PANNILL, (Seal.)
THOMAS BRUCE, iSeal)
COPT.
Cvrr op Rn-itv tn, St»tp op Yinoixit, To stlt I, R. M. Brume, a
Justice of the Peace In the City of Richmond, do hereby cenlfy
that Jexepli Pacolll, tin- "general partner" nam-d In the writing
her t..f..re annexed, heading date January lid, Mild, lids dav made
oath before me that the sum stated lo the sold writing us contribu
ted by the “special partner" has betn actually paid In by him in
cash,
(liven under my hand this "J J«y of January, 1 fid
__R. M. BURTON, J. P.
jos. pansill, of Richmond, tho.-*. Bares, of Halifax, Va,
“Uxucral Partner." "S|H-clal Partner.”
J. PAIflTILL,
Commission Merchant,
SHUCKGC WAUEH0PSE U II-lil.M.,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
STRICT pci-sonal attention given to the sale of Tobacco, Wheat,
Corn, Flour and agricultural Products geperslly. Orders lor
fertiliser*, grooul.j, Ac., carefully and promptly executed,
j ah— d .’ in
LIGHTE RRADRFBRV’S PIANOS.
UTY. CAM. the attention of the cltili-ns of KIcli
mond.and Virginia, to enr Piano Fort**, q|ilclrfW’aWOd«*T|
we have placed with Alt. Caro . Dial Ue ir qualities,i--'l
In every nipcrt, may be tested by the side of thef I r I I*
famed Chlrl(ring's.
We warrant all our Piano*, and ran show a, high and as nume
rons t. stint, ml.vl- as any factory In the country. All of which cud
he seen at Mr. Caruxi's on Bread Street. SJ door from .oil.
d«ld— . : RTtV.
KUAN DIES.
m AZEKAC, Vintage J7!">
m do “ l*tJ2
Pinet, Castlllon A Co., Vintage ls^i
Jamt s Hennessy, London Dock, V intage lslil, 'W, 'M, 'IS, 'M,
'hC and
All the above Hrand'.ei have been en hand from one to ten year*,
and arc superior to any in market. For sale l y 0. L'RANZ,
RaceMtor to Fr • r.itu A t o ,
i»9 No. 2, Rxcluuige Block.
911 If DR. MUSCOVADO MOLARS! S Instore and
for sale by laid VI JOSFA
I HA HUES. EXTRA “ C.” SIG.% K.
1UU JO bb s. Cui Loaf Fugsr
ffO do. Crushed do.
10 boxes Loaf do.
Redvlng forsaie. LEVVIH WEflB A JS’O. C. WAI F,
PKHLISH ARBVBBNCH POMATIMS, German
1 j Colo.-ne*. Imported Fancy Goods, Lublus Kxtructs -tad Soaps,
and a full assortment of Toilet requirements, at
JAS. II. PEARCE A CO., Druggist,
ja17 cor. 9th and Broad Sts.
IUIDE ISLAND GUANO
J 220 tons Elite Isiaatl Ouano in store f.u rale by
ja'24 BACON A BASKKRV1LI
i n ill] lis. PRIME NEW BACON SIDES, 15
1 U hhds prime new Bacon Shoulders, for sale bv
ja'26_lm SXODGRAeF A JOUXoTOX.
C! UN DRIBS.
fit I lids, prime X. O. Fugar
lint bbls prime X. 0 .Vlolaaaea
100 bbls, Ochenhousen's Molasses
NtO hags choice Fio Coffee
In store, and for sale by
jxJ'-tf TARDY A WILLIAMS.
___- sse-. __
\ rIKGIM.V SPOKES AND FELLOES.—We taka
pleasure In annonn ing to our fri-nds »nd the pu lie that we
have on hau l an t are coni nn'ly receiving buggy, sulkev and wa
gon Spokes, handsomely turned, of the l.e.t mountain hickory
Also oak Felloes a rood article—all of Virginia ruanulac'ure
VAN-LEW, TAYLOR A CO ,
PI No. 74 Main street.
I All ESII GARDEN SEED, i’l K.nr.ss au.t steam, r.
1 we are In receipt of cur Spring supply of Fifth Gardm .Vetf,
of superior quality, from Thotburn A Co., of NewVnrk, to which
we invite the attention of those wanting a fl'st-rate article.
GEO. VATT A CO.,
j»80 Franklin, nsar Wall street.
ItTEUGLR A; LDIIOSD,
RICHMOND, VA.,
Builder* of •
Portable and Stationary
ENGINES,
SAW-MILLS, RAILROAD WORK, Ac.
STEAM FIRE ENGINES, "b
or TOC MOST APPROVED PLAX,
* ASD
Mad* In the Very Boat Ainu tier,
WarranUd tyual tsi fr fry rttptct to any of (jU ,~mf thfit
EnyinfH built tlOtr Xurth or Ve-if. j*25—«m
BBL*. PURE 'JIMtor tobarconlats. landing and
tr" * for sale by " W0MBLE k CLAIBORNE,
M • No. 11 Paari rtrtai.
UALTinOHU IriH.U lIDkt'U' Ai .
DR. JO 11NBTON,
flAHE POUNDER of this cel«hr tied Instltallon, offer* Ui«mo*t c«r
1 tala, *p«*dy and only eff toil otiv dy In tli« world A,r
BECHET DIBKA8E8,
Oonorrhoae, Gleet*, stricture*, emltul W.sltoe**, p»;,. in th*
l oins, Constitution*! debility, Impotence, V>*tneat of the back
and Limbi, Afieetloni of the Kl Ineys, Palpitation of th* Heart,
Dyspepsia, Nf-rvon* Irritability, D.scares of the Head, Threat,
None or hkin, and all those serious and melancholy disorder* »ri«
; In* from the destructive habile o' youth, wtiicli destroy both body
and mind. Those secret arid sol'ary practice* art more fatal to
! their victim* than the son* of the Syrens to the maritiert of Ciyt
vi i, blighting their most brilliant lope* or anticipations, rendering
marriage, Ac., impossible.
YOUNG MEN,
especially, who hare become the rl. tlm* of Solitary V.ee, thvt
| dreadful and destrNctlv* habit uhirh annually sweep* to an un
1 timely grave thou unis of young Ben of the must exalted lalrn'*
anI brilliant Intellect, who might otherwise hare entranced Hater.
Inc Senate* with the thunder* of el -quence, or waked to rotary th*
living lyre, may call with full confidence.
MARRIAGE.
Married Persons, or Young Me. l onUmpUting Marriage, being
aware of Physical Weakness, Organic Debility, Deformities, kc ,
should Immediately consult Dr. J.ihnaion, and be restored lo per
f.-. t health.
lie who places himself under the care of Dr. Johnston may reli
giously eonhJe In Ids honor at a 4, ntleuun, tn.l confidently rely
upon his skill as a physician.
ORGANIC WEAKNESS
liumi'diateiy cured ami full vigor restored.
This disrate is the penalty mod frequently paid hy those who
have become the victim* of lmpri ,>«r Indulgericl.-a. Young prrsor*
arc too apt to CORD t excesses from not wag aware of the llrsll
ful consequent", s that m iv en-re. Now, wh that understands tie
subject will pretend to denv that She power of Procreation Is lost
sooner by those failing into Impri j er habit, than by the pra-leoL
Heaidea being deprived the plettMire of healthy offspring, the mo*g
serious and destructive aytuplonv lo both hotly anil mind atw -
The system beyeiue* ilfrsngrd.Nl physical and m.-ital now I rg
weakened, neremw 'letvilliy, d> spt vr.'.a, palpitation of the heart Ir
digestion, a wailing if the fraun , co.uh, symptom* Of —_«
Hon, e.c. rm
Dr JtlllNSTt>N ia the only regular Physician adrr'tUlrf to C«|*
Prlult Cf ir.idalntk. Ills r. no di.. :u,..| u. at.tiriil arc t nt r. I* un
known lo other-. Prepared from . life *|ietil In th. great Hospital*
of Euroi at-! the find In this < • ,, try, vis En Un i. Prance, th*
Bleckley of DlnladtIplila, Ac , an ! * more rsti nslvc pr», tic. tfan
■my oil r I'by t lan In the World. Ills many wonderful cure* and
most l» porlani Surxicsl operation are a sulheirt t guarantee to
■ I i; »1 u t ‘ . speed,i , and elfretstaBy rw
I: v ,••!, ill. • in t • ntnii, us tdtlin.g uniKiaiurs, who only rtiiu
their health, and aped' t:> him,
Ornu -No. i VO l 111 Mil DEKU'li STREET, left hand *IJe going
from Baltimore street, s v, n do ,.>m the ct ri -r. *
Z& lie particular lu obsrrwn, he name and numbtr, or you
wUI mlsl vke the place. ' ’
gyf“ TAKE NOVICE. - Observe the name on the dot r and win
dows.
A CURE WARRANTED, OR NO CHARGE, IN KR.iri ONE TO
Two Days.
NO MERCURY i ll XAl .SROlVRL'O ISEO
DILJOH ,HOS,
Member of the Roysl CoUev-rof s. goons, I or '.,n fr„ra
one of the mo,. J-dlyw .f the '. n -.-.l nut.-*, and in*
greater Part of whose life ha. been v,.ent |„ th. H wpluD of Lon
don, 1 isris, I hil-i.o'iphia an.' cl*' here, has riTe-ted some of the
mo, ar on shiny cur,-, that wk, evr kno*Many Doubled with
ringing tu the ears autl kcud whet, asleep great n -rvou*ness be
ing alarmed at 1 n sound-, and bashlulnca,, w,:h d ranwienl
of bsIbJ, were cured ltr.mediaie'v. *
A CERTAIN DIRKABK.
When the mbguMed at. I Inip. u.o nt votary 0f pleasure finds fe
baalmh'i - f this pah cl disease,K toooflta k»s«».
that an ill-tit cl »*tec of shame, c dr I of discovery deter* him
from applyingto thoae who, from 1 I jcation an 1 respectability can
alone befriend him, delaying till tie constitutional vytrp ou, of
thla horrid disease mr..- th, .r app. irance, such as ulcerated sore
throat, diseased nose, nocturnal pa t. In the head »nd limbs dim
D«*» of sight, deafness, n„Jei on the aidn hones and atm* blotcbe*
on the lo td fa an extren
tjr, till a' taM the palate of th.- tuo4,:h or the hom, of the noi* Ull
\ and Ihtt victim cf th!i awful dL»<. *<* Ut o M .»__ . *
mm:?,-ration, till deatu puts a period to Ida dreadful auffirir n ,.v
•ending him to • ’ *
“ That bourne from wh-pci no trarell-r returns."
It It a melancholy (a , that thousands fa'! victims to this dread
ful complaint, owing to the unsklUfutucj* of Ignorant pretender*
who, by the us- of that dreadful prison, mercury, ruin the must?
I tutlon, and eithersend the unfurtui.. 'e suffer.,r to an untimely eraer
or else make the residue of his .Ife miserable. * •
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE
Dr. J. addresses all those a ho hate injured themselves bv nrl.
vate and improper Indulgrnclee. 7 v
These are some of the sad and melancholy effects produ-ed be
esrly habits of youth, vU: Weak,, v. of the Back and Limbs, P.ln
In the Held, D mn-ss of sight, Losso? MuscqUr Bower, Pslpli.il, n
of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Instability, Derangement of t! e
Digestive functions, General Debility, fij mp'ioms of Consumption*
MENTALLY,
The fearful effect, on the mind sre rou-hto be dreaded; Let. of Me
■nory.Confusion of Idea*. Depression of Spirits, Evil Eorebodlnrs
Aversion to Society, Pelf Distrust, Lore of Solitude, Timidity Ac*’
tre some of the evila produced. •
oOhe^dcc.tntni’°‘ vi! ,now W**fc*» It the cause
, of their declining health. Losing theli vigor, heeotnitig weak nolo
emaciated, have a singular appearance about the eye*, cough and
symptoms of consumption.
DR. JOHNSTON'S INVIGORATING REMEDY FOR ORGANIC
WKA K N KHf.
By this great and important remedy j weasn-*s of the organ* are
speedily cored, and full vigor restored.] Thousand, of the most ner.
vons and dehUiut.d ah > had lost all l ,have 1,. -n Iimbu,Lately
r-lleved. All Impediment to Marriage. Physical ..r M. ntal dlsqnsl
Incrtion, Nervous Irritations, Tremtl, .1, and Weakness or es
haustlon of the m st fearful kind, spcsllly cured l,« Dr. J hna-.on.
YOUNG MKN
who have Injured themaelves by a certain practice Indulged la
when alone-a habit frequently leari.ed from evil componlnns or
at school, the effects of which sre nightly felt, even when asleep,
and If not cured, render* marriage in possible, and destroti boib
mind and body, should Apply imtj.e<lUt.»|y.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of hla country, and the •
darling of his parents, should be snatrned from all prospects aud
I enjoymenn of Ufa, by U.e couaequeneesV deviating from th- path
I of nature, and indulging In a certain secret habit. 8ocb , e sols
* before contemplating 1 ‘ •
MARRIAGE,
should reflect that a sound mind and body are the most r.vrr^arw
requisites to promote connubial happiness. Ind J wisbeut throe
the journey through life becomes a weary pllgrirr.ai’. ■ ,be .J
hourly darkens to the view; the mind become, tha.k.ed withW
pair and filled with the melancholy r.Hno that the han uro ol
another becomes Plighted with our owr.
OFFICE NO. 1 BOOTH FREDERICK STREET,
tr- All SURGICAL OPERATIONS p i formed.,ULTI1“ **’
N. I! Let no false delicacy prevent y.,u, but a] ply Immediately,
either personally or bv letter.
ur SKIN blSV.kS'ia spee<llle cnre»j
TO STRANG K1.&
The many thousands cured at this Ins-l ute within the last twelve
years, and the numerous an.|I Important Surgical operatl ns per
formed by Dr. J., wur.ese-d by Die reporters of the pap.rs and
many other persons, notice, of which nave .rptar J *,*ln and
.gain before the public, besides his standing mb get Heman of
character and responsibility, U a suffldent guarantee to the aff-icted*
je8—1y_ *
mo fit; Fliiiiaoi vitt«mwMF
J which h-tve recently coni, to our knowledge, together »ith ad
G. WATI A CO., begs leave to Inf
era of the old concern that that firm does tot now exist " 1 <lr „t
sited us I i
made to deceive the public, and lead the. i to believe thei f
cern of GEO. W AIT i Co Is not In evistence, and that the oSS
place torvt Watt's Put nt Cuff lira..- I u i, !r J
Walt of bis pro] erty,by n iking his Pater i Plow, v. it:. M | u '
thority or consent. We to corn-ct r,«. |r. ,,r#n|.,n tf UJ M } x
t° hc raa.ic.Antl inform you »ud th. | ,i*Uc that the roucirtirf
GEORGE WATT A CO. I, .Ull In . V-s, nr. . that Ge. W at, thi
Inventor and patentee, has not . ;,i ,t.e or _ulh..rls. d’env
.•n-, except Mr K. W .- ott, cJ Ere !.-ri , .burg, t., m.k. anv.rhus
Pat nt Plows, and that we keep ror.s-an1 r on I md a large ,t , g
..r all aises, I ..id* under our personal . .p.-rvl-lon, from the cnlv
g.-r.ulne patteramol the beet material a|ih , . ,r.,
■>l other Agricultural Impbmrnts, wl rh w.- warrant to V*
buyer, and are dotermlned not to he undone Id by aj.r on, P, lh.
market. Our GEO. WATT returns hla wl> -or. »l.a*.U to Wtfr.. i-.|
and the public, who have *u.i mined him iierctoicr*, and w*-Vbcft
a continuance of their patronage. *
rtMRflf! WATT A CO.
I hi:'. I 1 ! .11. '!!; I|»k'. I
GEOKGK SU: ~R I^ZET’T
1HEI.VI.VB ROW’, Gi)\ I NOR ; p , 7
OKERRS to Ids fuslomers an a> urti. cut unrit all*.l by .
that • f any preceding year. Our f • duties f,„- .l.,lnr ififc
work in and up u dwellings, store, fact, rlis, . hi In ,t ’ t_fa
cannot lie .■s celled. Ke|alr1ngpiecri o_r Stoic, s-.li]!?^^*
year a lor inl«r.
It.tr»i«)«'e .^pii jil Kurniti-e, f. r »>rl. k 4itu|
R'.climoctl Rortabl** t unmet : .'l «.>.•*
llcder.burg * Patent lleitcr; t size*
Kir. I'l.ce or Chimney Heater,(fomerly known xt I.« Tr ibe \
brilliant Gaskuiiur (» fuel saver); ! iiir« '*
Factory Coal-Burner (warranted lo «t ..• . :j ,|£fi
American Cnokl.iy Range, for brick :< <i£,.s '
American Co-king lUii.i, rotary t-, ,»,/■■>
Bay Slate Cooking Range (Portable ; r, 5it0,
Helpmeet Conking Stoie-a new aiticU u,^(
tr i.i.- w.,h H''t-W -ter Reservoir, 7 lu-Rweahrr/Vbullet^hotel, tad
Urge Own—“simple, strong and rnnpbte ’
In addition to toe above, some en.y tarlcllei and hir t suited to
the vsited wautsof the people.
Country dealers buying here, Stoves. Tla W ire, Pumta pie*
Ac., at Northern i rices, «*-,e irslgkL 1 ’ f ’
Kaiiy orders will receive Immediate attention. 7bos* coming
later will be promptly filled In tbvlr order, and as fast „ th, » ur5
- ’ 'l,nr'___.M
il'idV PI HU HOI miRITi WHJNKY
i» Having Uia it arrar .•menu with Vr. J„ V « |Hn . u: Rock
ms’ Whisky bw
which we become hi» sole agent . keep constant
ly on hard a good t .pply, to which We *. uld call tie attention of
buyers, at JGUN.NrjN, FOCMiVR a OT.*V
"-‘■ I__ M p
t KKNMIAH , q('t f • ! • *
*29 URUA1) dlbfcET.
LARGE AM) SPLENDii) 8T0( k OF hTAP.'.t A.VD FA ACT
DKY <>OMI8!
A T Cost, for Cnaii, or to our regu’ar trade, f.r the n«u*l time
K P'.tvW worth of liocdl, to be .old by Ul.fJ.ny lnrenl
si qnence of the death of 5*r. Cret.uha , it become* bet.ssars to
e'e se the bus.ness of our firm at eace. Vc therei,.re ofirr . or en
tire slock of good- comprising Ike lust siro.tmebt ever seen In
this Pity, at Cost Our stock is new. h iviny beet, In the business a
then time and It suor jj an excellent opportunity tor those who
have not supplied themselves for the present—and also the air
proarliiny season, to do to now. ’
uur time is limited, .lock large, ar. I in order to accomplish onr
purpose with SI litt.e delay ss pc^s bl«, we will irll r ur goods at
prime <N*r—one price, and no varlsticn.
CRs.Nci.AW, grARI.EP A 00.,
229 broad Street.
F"x5r PARTtCUl AR NOTICF—AU debts due us oa the 1st of
uly la-t, aud remaining urtcttieJ, m. it be paid at once, ss lon
er Indulgence cannot be granted.
del_ OREMtllA W. QUARLES A CO.
HEOTOR DAVIS.
Auctioneer for Use- Snleof Negroes,
FRANKLIN STREET,
JELLS NEGROES bolli public.y at: 1 privately. He ph-dg»s 1 !*
^ kpdt ssffnHa Iki g*\ *h# Wlfhwat
ornts UCllMuNH AMI I ill I IVK.H H k. 00 . '
Rn umokd. Dee. 2*, l&'A. ,
])ROPGSAU», Sd.lre.sed to ths utiitrralgned, are Invited for
bull-IIng, in V.'u'a one Cuml r l ar, of the sain- dimen
sions. and finish ss the one now on the Road.
‘ _THOB.B. SHARP. Bn .
g «»•*«».-- • kUde lataad . .n do"
t y 1,1 .1, ru, for s lie by__ g. H. SKINKKR A C«». *
\\i »•- »• » \ t .11 ST received full sssrrtment of -.1! ,u
XT >.f splcj. t.HKi ahMostanl, Air x Hr.,t. Flavoring i
Gelatine, lalnglasr, also purr Ground IVpper.our own p .r,.i, '
JA8. II. PrARCE A TO . '.irwcglst, *
it1T_ .id bwa.t Sts.
i a is, la is, i a in
ftO*F\IAN WORT" ''LS llR.VNp W, bare received a ,*p
ply of this elegant Tobacco, which ., i0„ w. u known ,r
rec.immcndatlca. J. H 1st ROE A go. , Druggist*,
_I?*__ __ Corner krusd and 9th it*.
PL.ASTK*: Alb Fish.—
60 t<-*i Lump Phs'-r
H ibis. cut if. rrlr ,*
4o-) boxes smoked H< rriags
Just Unu ng at. < for sale bv
ffIFII.PS A -tOMFRVII.f.E.
i),\A TASEN XI AHI-.T VilM . , i. ‘
-c I III Ut7 1 a t. b inVkNFGRT.
Ft M lx ! < i- i a ED.—A lirg ■ ;p,il? of ,i| kinds «f spire*
English and American Mustard, f:swing Extrucn, Gelatin*
liln.-iass, Ac. Forssh bv
|*97 _ _ W. persufos, Pruyg St.
I-KFEE bt’CA K ,-».Ni NbH i'«tr* O ; *7 bhU. C . fo-sal*
b| ACWIh WKB8 A JtSlIH O R AUS.

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