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MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 18U0.___NUMBER 4*7*
^ RICHMOND DAILY WHIG.
r ' tiams
8«d- Weekly. $ S ; Weekly. « 3I; ab
9*1)’ P*r«. •’ v ^sdturew a«y be *»*«!* *« th* ^ “*
-rt •- *lTty||r w-re evidence i* lake a on the dspoa.1 of a
10**"®“ t staining money.
B0<r .s 'h* r‘ ’ arrasnaum.
_ ^■ ollnmlor’.eea.oaelijaertlon.
Ow ^ui aal Insertion . *« 2
or-, month without alt .'ration.' •* »
do iiiiiiimiriiiriiww»»
■V_ Jo do .»'«
Twc.xs *? 13 HO
_v.otrw.mr:*. ..»«*
f*°" .<« months. . uw
_|. * »• hndnntod-ved ►.» ‘h« or **•*
•» toa MantoeHpi, or prwxtoasly agreed upon be
S«-«* ^tTnt -,ot marked on the ropy tor a speclfled no®
4**1Ie«’! wtU ** o-ntmaod nntll ordered act, and payment
iL'd ..«rs. —T-i axnld anx misunderstanding
f Ar.-.c d A.! rerttoer*, It to prop-rto Batetftodto*'i .
■mediate baton.*. Ee l
fcU-A-I?*y ‘ , iU .ob,r ,A.lx- rtbro-nu seat by them lo be an
i ' Lf“1, ! and no variation.
to ■' ami r.r,. ral Ag-nta1 A lve risemento net to be
tf;' T. ;r bat lo be eh.-ireed at the usual rates, tubjeet
'•‘'VnLoante i« ’hall be a«ree'l upon.
b«;.1 ., ..,.1 I tflv a«l» ert on-r*. generally. rngagio* on*
■jr : -
. „-eii !:i-»rt m--re than th* amouat
, . ‘ - ler tb ntra t and all eicee
i . - \ Whig at VS eena
. - - n. and 50oaota
( irAli 7 5 cento. _
L \K<iK ANU A r 3 KACTIVE
OPENING OF
PRY GOODS.
b r »■ ron a »■<>’ ,.
York to day will be in receipt of their fall
a * . v - ’ I>r«-sv G.-i-ds at th-f*t.GOING
^•IMsVaLK^ In New V«r« daring th- past week, alt of wht-h
• ' ' .«• rtment of
« cents per yard,
the ri. heal riylea
i» ,. i v-t- r i*i - *■! French Oe I.slera
t.r i ti . -. at vary re Juced prt ea
■ Moot
g : r,*u «u t> rip.d Pop’ms
•' ■ • and b-sui'ful fabrics
. . , . . ,f r ---."erie- » i" * c-mplete, amongst them
IW*' W. l-e. Ilian uaual
rtacu *. » — *
r ^Ped Uo^ 40.
do. lo.
RfA P ia! 1.4V ?»••:: « «t.!-n<lM
I,“,U“ ,r,s K OFNK.i{> CLOTHING:
lute k>5" r? "W and o l AuUt<l Ctoll.*
Jiur'.n I P in enilary
it rep Gray Satinet*. all quatttiea
' raced Caaineta an 1 Cae^'mere*. Seem and
*?"•** '* BRF.KCKN A FOX,
|f 811 Broad Street.
jam.. t
A Tv. PAH K HR Ac CO
j FUNDED ASSoRTMFNT OF STAPLE AND FANCY PRY
1 r • • t 1 l\ ' \
\ i P iMKSTU DRY GOODS, to wfckh
( .rnr reipe'Ll! y rite t if Attention
p,- Ill , « , I r - .- I SILKS
S • E . tOK'tS PF K't'i'vE
•• •• 0it 'S l'K F.‘‘SOM, f*'? mooming
.. .. l.gr^Xt-1 ILK ROBES
f kyrruBSchC d SILK ROBES
E. -I' I M H ”H.|\Y ROLES
1 It hF»t»C! Pe n.el MOl As LINE'
p,v|;\. AAlKNTIAi' POLL PE b fife.A RES
Fi m'Ft K- '• hMERlXoKK
t , kFrec h MEMS'JKS
t. . M rt-ICUNrS
|. i l: WBaZIN-i; Black ALPACA*
CI.iT-I* CAssHNENM it 1VE-TIM.8
Wa.11 tLJ Heavy Ft I.L«D CLOTHS
..e-TjiflNETS, L1NSKIS, At.
Bed Kiakrta
•lute and Colored Serrant’i BLANKETS.
T .-I- -T « h-e ry inkle usually kept ,n »<l-*t-.-l.*«* PryGond*
leuer. ilil ttckfr tljleU rcrycWiK ’*•**—*♦
111 IN KLI L1FI OK rale. t- ILL I" - If
, ol ML 1- •» <SF
t . , . JOHN Til lAIP-ON. 'T Alain at
Tm m n n t us* lino i.
pe. ’« e f' Parmer** nwa wear. The are Double S'l’.ea, Sew*
«*••.!. i..-.g i- • l ey are equally adapted (or Huntamen,
JtWiera and Teamster*. Alao, a gemtial aaaoitmeol of every
Skrtol W<,r,,• eh<'P “ WM. WALSH
IKK WILLIAMS. 8AMCKL V. RAID
\\ 11.1.1A TIS .V RI’.IOi
l’KODVCK
Commission Mcii'hanti?,
f l CORNER WALSTT AMD SECOND STREET,
I'iut lnunli, Ohio.
Wnterlera fur all kiml»"f A» atern Krorl Itcc, and make
V- faatl Idtaui <•» i'll 4'ouaiknMCUts for tale, or
Men haiidlac bought and Stored on account of purchaaera.
wtd—drf ___
fDISSOLVTIOl!.
’THELtb «f CHCKi'H * Ft K'MNG la th>- day ithMotre.1 by rau
1 ni Vr F -n .g loten ling to remove to the rout
er v- i;i i: .. i.; the bua;:i " ar *1 e oM at and, and
I elite .* , i. i h| al eft* - e.f fco < ii.liUla Jliurry
I w. Either partner ia autliorlaed to settle the buiimaaot the
I arcldeeecertL. WILLIAM B. ClIl'KCH,
ja!A WM P. FLEMING,
W (T< BBS, JEW ELB1',
Silver ami I’Intod \V ;iro.
N. .1 nVEHA,
IT ITP» ennetanCy ra hand a large and ■ -np'ete evaort
!\ t.- ' of the ab*'re named -t'. ler. embracing all thy
o'. a ■ , ' . f.-re t t Men la and toe public gf ^^A
■. • . Hew tM ill particular atten'iuti
i . , . . u Jule. Jutgena. n. f I’ Adama A
ha, AMredLafilette, Ju e, Kmni .rv, Henry lleyu.ilda Leaion, Joe.
iAaain, J .hn C'.CJ amt ■ •’ er i-eLOrated maker*, lie a! o keepe
, i: ...." it; l it
im Wimitn I Clusvr and Sitide Stone Bre»at Pina, for gent*—
* - a lartr aa.ii -ni La >■»* Carbuncle, Coral, L*ra,Cameo
aid I'-.t te., !•., (!l I ptahrCoM Chain Bracelet., Chat tala
(Vaht. Neck CbaM. Charm*. Me.-ve B illon*. Shirt BuAAoaa, Ac.,
» SArr r-% vt V.oMeti. Plv-L. ra, Salt Cellar*. Crtp*. H >uquet
I liet*. Ft.h Kn vra v- I Fork*. Berry SpiH-nr, Aapar.acu*
T in I I . Tongi. Karr Sp. .ina and Fork*, fine Silver-Plated
R|c.
R piaf to oF-r rui’h Inducetuente that cannot fail to please In
price and quality, a call i* rerp ctfally *oilcited.
8. A. MYERS.
I W Corner Main anJ Pearl Si
IKi.MOVr.l).
JN * A Barg AMIN. JR.. Itrr removed to tbek New Store,
v*. A B ,.a Mr-ei, *cTru do. r* above tLeir old eland,
*■ ■ 'J are b --\4r.l • - fa i....■■* !• r .I* ig all kin.U •■(
1*'* tu-h (gpuiting up every ■!•.<cripti»n of AA'ater
Fttsr-1 -ia, AA'ater01 *et», Batha, Boiler*. Cooking Range*,
f - * Putting up Portable Oaa Work*,
fl *a'i14BT l'Slkl tig* wi.h cits p’pe* and fialure*.
& * ■ n.t.f tin work, R. " g. A . heating building* with hot
* '■ i ... i- < t>c. . . to »tate that they
Mvtttebw* Hot Air Fu-nace in tt . . y t untry, »!...h
't »J rst up an I Warrant to give iati*facti..n.
Aatf. ft rtarr.t oft ..n and fancy tin .are, and Grate* anJ
™n* »r»iy» on hand. aull—tf
K*Mm tin. i Hlea
■ — • h v)u, (ana... I t" hu'n b...-hi and
t sot d the buyer . an return It W. T. V A KING,
Koi ftr«u»el .4irM*l
vuam WWNKHMIH* \OTirK.
I “*i4jK Aaa s. t«h m '.Ati thi CgOIIlLMOQ, OroOiTT
* u! li'^Btir biuilit.*« '4 1,. Tin basllKM will b** co&
ia Uw n*Bj - of J w. Nlk*K 4 CO. J. W. MPK.
X*>. Moiu
, ^ Ukf thU opj>or,in’.!T io Morn mw iln^r^ ihuiku t*> c:j
ilbrrLi »f.»rY »>r littroii.t^r tiuribi! Um last brr<r j
*®w'*’ •Ofi -il ft f n.wr ag.PfOP.1 tKaaiw ■ » f.YfAM
1“ J W. NIPP.
IAMB ft R1XCI .v o>,
U Moles UK AND KKTAIL IIKlfiUVIN,
Qtowr Br %i . a
I ) . i' ■ * 1
,i, .i I Kl >»'-r Vr
^“♦s Inputted Pei (u-uri> and ail article# in their Une uibual
" 1:1 fr"--••* <> 1- \r- .II...T) p.i' n.« 1! >rr Ml N oltl
' >aat. and atli he pleased to aee them.
j)K\*>VU |>l Hl.lofllNi; Hill SK.—NEW
.. "’AS Jt.<T 1.Vi lli The a Irenturea, by <•-urge Aug>iS
* ***> J ProlJ IiA»i Treeur. ,»r, t he Dakrk Victim. by « W.
j'ObwdA » reata AJ* *•**«** i r. the L-r« T.-at, h* Pierce
N r* ’< Jane H rt n, ' > Jack Brace, hf. cent*. The Haunt
■ *>y J M F-inu.V. cents k'aal Life, or. Memoir*
J of W itrrforj, J cent*. tr Mailed, bee of port
ffll *«■
Mi. » «e*i las# Tamil* Monthly Sews
■e ' at the **•» f T*t*ri » « Cvvt i tun. bend
US" Brad v . Ititmuulh c ktalogue of aU the best
ires uf postage.
IRtDCRlC A. BRADY, Publisher,
_ 3« Ann Stresl, New York.
- fT*1*»aai.l. dekl—d«m_
11 , E, — P A g stick, and nun of approved brands
‘ tl to: >. ..
J - . 11 * ••*»*» "upertor Angestara
^fwetredanitwMlcioahv ,t PfTYIYLDGItORGK,
v,w In M flair 4 Co.N building.
' _ Corner lktb and Cars Streets.
it* *>•**.« :,*w
' Now r*c lvrtl,Georil*
' * *V*, b*%utifu: Virgt:u% iua*U fc*
vT *“ V4g Suit*, f r K.CO and be, r.
. _ _sam'l m. price 4 ca
I) ***• Hl'll IKitv -.
IOH e S' 11 *RlHtb ASUS.
• ‘-V l*is arrival* bun. Kuglaad. we a>* In re
a .. " • • I . •- . 1 Tah'e a "««
Ajau^ '. Vwsuie tte.j manufacturer* of Jos. Roger* 4
^ •-■wh-m A Mappta Ina
Nil T ROBTRTSON 4 SONb,
\ ' Main Street.
l ®MI|. Pssrder,
•Taadu, VC^‘'HIJ»I>.»
Lui. a■. . * *'**•'»' *♦«•. sad raaiurt
*2*2 2? ^ I" and eenlrtaru
!t‘ A™ and c*..1iHet»
“•■♦ml ;a caaAMn
; v,,. ^ — ALSO—
ha,. *D Dr Pouta Blasting Powder,
Mg ^ KDVru hoRTHAM 4 CO.
^ _ A yen* lor ihe Manufacturers.
^*uTll'° ntlf, MO Hbk. laraa's by_
.. I AG B DAVBNPORT.
’ u1'14 AND KKLLORg—vr
“**• 'Skaat ft Is «wr frt nda and tbs public that ws
’• ta. a. s'* - tSAntiy rsceinag buggy, talker and wa
»ru*d,*f tha neat mountain hickory—
**■ »i»4 anitlwmaU of Tlrglnla manulactar*.
* VAR-LIT, TAYLOR 4 CO., I
■a, M MaIa Knot
I
^k O riC'E.w-Dc -■ ms In do what wc can In bniM up . g,
• v |i
> M l »UWi Ult Cl . i;m, |K THU CtTT, a: IIm
earliest lay at whieh we can make arrangements to do so. ■ 1«
Our >|r Keen has been absent in Aur«ym tor the last three
months selecting C"“d» for our Spring sales, and from hit long e\
(>»rirnce and wel Known taste, w , \p. i to show the nrn.t attrac
tive duck ever sceu lu this market. Uj the 1st day of February
w»?ha I have in store a superb Spring stock for the wholesale
trade, and wr earnestly Invite a call from Merchants who have
heretofore gone North. Our extensive operations important ad
vantages In the purchase of poods, and long experience, enable us
tn Offer as great inducements as those of auv house in the Union,
1<P~ W- .hall from ihl. day .derail WINTER CLOTHING at
suehexfm *■' ;■ c- as will make it to the Interest of purchaser l»
anticipate their wants.
i*i KEEN, BALDWIN * WILLIAMS.
Olienp Olothin#,
Durable Clothing:,
Clothing,
Al 110 Main street.
CALL in and make your selectl'.ns and buy the poods at your
own price We want to pet all the winter stock out ot the
way, a" l to that end offej such liidllt-itlicnt* as must attract
and secure sales.
If vou wish to make a pood investment, buy a new suit of
‘ Tt'PMAN * lil'ld, V" Main sL ^
W& IKA SMITH’S
Southern Clolliiiii; tlsiuutficlory,
ESTABLISHED IN 1850.
11ST rtlCITlwIOlNriD, VA.
IT IS A fact not generally known that I established m.v Clothing
Manufactory inthis city TEN YE vRB AGO. and have constant
ly for that tite continued to cut and make a laige portion of niv
st ok in Richmond, as hundreds of my customers will testlft to;
and hat -.g i:. re tted my forces from I.no- to time, am now better
prepared to receive orders for work In large or small quantities
tha.. heretef -re, and wilt guarantee So furu'sh them Just as low as
th t can be bad of Northern houses, and equal In style and ma
te” |l
Be ng a practical man at my Business (not having climbed in at
•he back win do • over others' shoulders,) 1 flatter myself that I can
give as much and aa good an article fjr the price as any house
N. rth or Sojth
Let those who wish to build up PftutLT Southern Manufactories,
t patronise the old established houses first, and let Tinea reap the
reward they so justly mere for past, prep rit or future services.
This is no humbug, vs l can prove by from seventy-five to one
hundred hands now in tuy employ, and many of them have beeu
for years.
Patronise the manufactures at home, more especially when you
can do so without additional cost. WM IRA SMITH,
ill Main St.
NOTICE.
OUR stock o Heady Slade nothin?. No. S9 Main at.,
w,- hxvi v Id t. Mr. II. WHITLOCK, and we will continue to
keep our large establishment No. Idn Main s»., where we will he
pleased to see our customm an l the public In general, having
made arrangements to manufacture our clothing here, and wc
are prepared to receive orders ol anv kind to be made up in the
beet sty!--and at .bar-notice. Our winter sto-k, we will offer at
r-du ed prices, to make room for Bp ring Stock. Call at
jafi E. MORRIS A CO., ifii' Main sL
y. MORRIS E. Kid IB.
71EAIBEKS OF THE EECilSLATTTtE
WILL FIND A LARGE BTOCK OF
sri'Kiuon clothing
AT
b I !*l I' S O N A All LIEU'S,
tl*» Main Street.
J. 11. B!MESON, Richmond | H T. MILLER, Nottoway.
HEAD QIAUTEKS
It 34 I! MOI1* M IDE ( LOT1IIHG.
Mh'MBKRffnf th. Legislature and stn.ngeri visiting the city,
wld ta.i.l la calling ou the subscriber a large and fashionable
. t I w>»rlt * hi|i eta be hkd oi Northern iimflKtoey.
lie has i« *»» tnw.ufvturinjc th- Ur** r portion of hU w<»»W here for
th- pjv»t ten y .tr*. an 1 ran ;i»ure hit •'uttoaen that they shall
have II :i* M» x u»* l’i •rttiNu, tha* shall compare. In every res
p. *t with North**. • v..»ik they are now purchaaiuic. Aa 1 am aOU
\in. t cMl i’-i; c\n be ttuMMlfiulured in Riorumon 1 aa U« o
any city In the I’nion, h. B. 8PKNCI,
Clothelr and Merchant Tailor,
t ’• li
Nhi.ito « loi iiim; foic urn a>i» iioi v
\t> have «•» *;•><••_*, *>f our own make, a Urge stock of HI
GEO CLOTHISU, f r both men tad boya—Coftta, Jacket*. Banta,
V *sta, >Yrts ar> ^cks,which w.« will fell at the very lo*eat prices.
For bargains, call «>n DAKRACOTT. llARRII* A itl.,
No. 112 Main street.
Successor* to Merchant, Welalger A Co.
ItOtV Ot FIH OATN! 810% V OVFKt O %TS !
I> A (
, mJ B ya OVERCOATS
g*»cHl a.-: uheay !*• -e of our customers v hive been waiting
can now be supplied with sjm« th nice, Call at once.
UARKACOTl, HARRIS ± C0.t
No. 112 Main atreet,
Successors to Merchant, Welsiger A Co.
isosi KWTICS. 1*8*.
K. 1>. KKKLING,
TAILOR AND CLOTHPER,
No. t<B Tin In Str.-fl,
n .\? just returned from New York, and b now prepared to ex
h'Mt th? r ■! attra • e stock of goods that hr has ever hod
the p't L»urr of . String to Us friends and the public, consisting iu
part uf
CLOTHS. CASSIMKRKS AND VESTINGS,
of thenew.~.i sivles. w' h ho will make to order lo the molt ap
proved manner, Aits warranted to please la all cove*.
ALSO.
In ilore and recelvtug, a choice selec'lon of gent's, yautha' and
children's
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
of every grade and aisle.
irhl La MENU FURNISHING GOOD#,
auch aa Shirts, Collars, Tice, Glove#, Socks and Drawers; Merino
Shins and Drawers, of good quality.
ae*S L D KKKLING, No. 19* Main street.
r|XO THE 1*1 IILIC.—In consequence of the unprveedect
| ,-■] ... .», ,,f "Our M.nlel Shirt," we h vv- made arrange
ment*. (W.’cch was heretofore impossible, on account of the great
demand In New York) to ufscry* have a Urge supply of this popu
lar Shirt on hand, taevoy variety of Style and quality, ao t* I
those sending orde-s will now have them tilled regularly and with
despatch. As we ate Ihe sole Agents (or this Sh.rt in Richmond,
we would respectfully call the attention of those who have not
seen Our Model to an examlcation, and they will become convinc
ed that it is the A»*f, cAai/itd ..toe/ mo.t JmiitUt SJtirt ever offered
for sale. We are also prepared to make to order from scientittc
measures at short notice, and at reduce*! prices. We have oft
han-l i large and i- siraldestock of GENTLEMKN S FURNISHING
GOODS, .bich embraces everything pertaining to tlie business,
and which will be offered at greatly reduced prices.
STCRTKVANT A MAC,WIRE,
, ;o | N . M Main street, Rkhax nd, Ya.
poHKI UATKO WROUGHT IKON AND
WIiO RAILIN'..—(Se ure*l by Letters Patent.)-Admirably
adapted for enclo.dag Public Grounds, Cemeteries, Ha’conys, Cot
tage*. Ac Sheep and Ox Hurdle, Patent Wire, Sacklli.g llead
steada, *• UK every variety of Folding Iron Beadsteads am! Iron
KurolturW® INt. nt Wire Coal Screens, Ore, Sand and Gravel
Screens, Wire Netting lor Mosquito, Sheep, Poultry, and other
purposes Wire Summer Houses, Fancy Wire Work In great va
riety. for Gardens, Ac.
M WALKER A SONS, Manufacturers.
No 5o3Market, N. L corner Sixth street, Philadelphia.
oo*—dip______
Upvjt; Tl tDEi NIIoK.N.—I have constantly on hand of
my 1 wu mauuia 'lure, the following kinds of
J-toots and Shoes:
For l.ndlrs:
Gaiter Boots, with and without heels
Morocco Lace Boots, with 14 44
Goat Skin “ 44 u 44 44
For GentU-Bi* n:
Fine Dresa Boots
Stout Boots, single and double Soles
Oxford Tic and Brogans.
Fur yi issc. :tm! Chlldrrn:
Goa: and Morocco Bo* tr. with ami without heela.
Fur lluyw:
Calf Hr cans and Oxford Tt*«.
Fur Nmant AA'ouien :
Stout Go.' a* d Kip Lace ltuot«.
Fur K> rviiiit Writ:
Brogue* and Brogans.
I am prepared t make to order at short notice, any of the above
: » - JNG. ' I' t'G . JR ,
03 M tin Street,
0..O) Y doors above T R PRICE .t CO.
IsnK KEN T, rhe la-«e FACTORY m Cary Street,be- rtW
* twv - D '■ « 1_L
l so t.bit for a Tobacco Factory, "arcbows!,M Manufacturiug
). ,:.i*>)oiie*’.l. kio.ulreol B. D. Each*.
KENT, PAINE t CO.
\\MNTSBTO RENT.-A DWELLING with 6or
YY r witlun li* r iuarvs **f our store. M
D*1VE A Co
DU I I. 1.1 Nt. IIOI NK U ANTED TO LE AME,
OR t 'ROSE YS til, a to«V**W>V dwelling hiuse, coave
n'< n11 ■ . r*.it ible t**r a small futaily. Ear such a one, a
fa f rent and l».. uiali. ul ten *nt * an be > *ta*!i.**l bv applying to
,, TARDY A WILLIAM!*.
11<)K RENT OH LEASE. The room*ov.r .lore Jgf
' 1 M , n dtreei. now occupied by C. D. 1 ale A Co. .Em*
Abo. a ihrcr .;..ry Brick KnUding iu the rear, formerly occup.ed
if t oficf.
I* ii^ku gh*» in J*n>. 1$4>\ Applv to
,1. 01 tf KNOWLE.' * HALFORD. 21 Pearl ft.
WANTED TUIIIIIi:, for the ensuing year, a good
AT Nur-e, ar I Wiring K..oui servant. Apply at rov reatdenee,
oil -.'Tth Mr.'( t. Church Hill, or at my ..tBce, ou tiie Dock.
__ A. 8. HR
F«*H It LSI. _
'■SHE Cotta, e reeldene.. „n -oh direct, recently oceup'e I hr
1 Mr R. II. P*v.,e, a>||»inlng Mr R. V . Daniel, Ji . fck
swen or eight roorm, water, gas, bells, etc., just papered and
paiuted. In nice older. Apply to DOVE A C*>,
Or WM F WATdON, Esg.
t’Olt RENT. Retaining ro'ta for the Packet OtBce,
f* « re.:;!. tlsi. of the brick warehouse, at the head ft£»
„r ihe Basin, cui -. of Canal aud -*h stnel* The situation is a
desirable one !. r a feed and grocery store and for storage.
T. jsesalo* gl»eu January 1st, lv'«). _
EDMOND, DAVENPORT A CO.
ttOit HUNT One T .< m. nt on north .IJe Ba-ou I ink, »d
eg the office of Messrs. Gooch A Echols. Apply to
ocA—du WARWICK A BARKdDALK.
(SOIL FIT HANDS. Liberal prices will be pahl for
ahls-b.vdied pit hand* be the Midlothian Compact, t'r the
present year. Apply at tlieir office, corner of Maiti and Eleventh
*trr*-u. **orf. __ **■’ ~ 'n”B_
(aOKN AA ANTED.—We wish to purchase a few cargoes of
g>.c-d Corn, at good lauding*, on lower James riser
hlfCILD* t SOMERVILLE.
W ANTE IE -» good hands, to work ou "cited Boots
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RICHMOND WHIG.
MEETING IN NICHOLAS
At n large and nsthutiaxfie meeting of the citizens of
Nicholas county, held at the Court House, irrespective of
partv, on Tuesday, February the 14th, I860, on motiou
of Col. D. O. Kelly, John Duffy, Esq., was ealled to the
chair, and N. A. l\ttte=on appointed Secretary. After
the object of the meeting was explained, Mr.
Newman, of Charleston, being present, was called on by
the meeting for an address, ami responded In u forcible
and interesting manner, which was warmly applauded.
On motion of Robert Dunlip, the following gentlemen
were appointed bv the Chair, as a committee to dralt a
preamble and resolutions for the consideration of the
1 meeting: N. K. l’atteson. Col. D. O. Kelly, Joseph II.
Robinson, Owen Duffy, arnlJV. 15. Haiuman. w ho returned
and reported through their chairman, the follow ing pre
amble aflH resolutions:
Whereas, the invasion of our State at Harper’s Ferry
S bv a band of outlaws, for the purpose of inciting our
I slaves to rebellion, and the murder and robbery of our
citizens, who, conscious of having committed no tres
I passes upon the.rights and privileges of their fellow
men, were slumbering in apparent security; and, where
as, we have witnessed with pain and regret, the efforts
of the Northern press ami pulpits to excuse, palliate
and in some instances, to justify the conduct of Jlrtnnn
and his confederates in guilt; and, whereas, an attempt
has been made, bv persons in this State, to east odium
upon our late Governor in conseqneuce of his prompt
ness in sending troops to the scene of war, and imputing
to him selfish motives in lieu cf patriotism^ therefore,
A’esnlrtd, 1st. That we love the union of these States
with au ardor which is second to our love ol liberty
Mid our constitution il rights, und are ever ready to de
fend it from foes, from without or within, so long and
only so long as our tights are accorded to u.-, as guaran
teed In the Constitution.
Resolved, 2d. That we heartily approve of the conduct
I of our late Governor, Henry A. Wise, during the Har
per's Ferry invasion, the imprisonment, trial and execu
tion of the iusurgeuts. We cannot believe that he was
actuated by any motives other than tho-e of patriotism
and fidelity to his State.
Resolved, i. That the action of the Legislature iu
appropriating > 1 .V ),(X»■ for the purchase and manufacture
of arms for the defense of our State, is a move in the
right directiou, and will, we hope,convince the Northern
I people that we are determined to defend our tights by
j force of arms, if necessary.
Rnultttl, 4th. That we urge the I.egisla'ure to enact
such laws as may he necessary to encourage Southern
commerce and -ecure our commercial independence.
Ri solved, ."'th. That the readiness of the volunteer
corps of tin* State to respond to the call of the Execu
tive, upon the occasion of the late invasion, but demon
strates the reliance to be placed upon, and the efficiency
of, a well organized volunteer system, and that we are
proud that our Legislature has adopted measures tending
to that eml.
Jit*oi»td, r.ili. Tint we request and rcvoinmetn) our
delegate and m-ii ttor in the Legislature to use their ef
forts to procure the appointment o( a suitable delegation
to the Southern Conference, which is to meet at Atlanta,
I Georgia, on the-day of-lStitt, said dele
gation to tie appointed by the Legislature, and their .vis
in said convention to ho otVcrnl to the p ople of the
State, if desired, lor adoption or rejection, believing as
we do that said conference will have a tendency to
strengthen the Union and put down secession.
The above preamble and resolutions were considered
bv the inerting srriutim, and were adopted with but one
or two dissenting voices.
AWrni, That the proceedings of this meeting he
published in the Richmond Whig and in the Enquirer.
Mu motion, the meeting then a* journed.
JOHN DlTFFY, Ch’n.
N. A. 1’ v rri.-os, Scc’y.
" Enquirer please copy.
HEXICAN IFFAIMI.
PROSPECTS OF THE M LANE TREATY—AN ARMY
ML OCCUPATION TO ENTER THE NORTHERN
states—hostilities mn the rio grande.
Washington, Sunday, Keb. I'd.
It was determined in the Cabinet, on Tuesday last, to
onier Col. Fauntleroy to march United Stales troops iuto
Chihuahua tor the protection of American citizens against
outlaws front Dutango; hut the order his not yet been
i—e.ed. It may be in co: -equeuce of the absence ‘of Se
cretary Floyd from tlie Department. The following!higb
ly interesting letter, received yesterday hv Hun.-John !
S. Phelps, from a distinguished citizen of El Past:, wid
explain the necessity for the determination ai lived at by
the Cabinet:
Ki Pv.su, Tiva.s, Jan.
Mv Dfar Major: By return express to Chihuahua I
advised Governor Munoz, in event he could not hold
Chihuahua, to fall back on the Rio Grande, bringing wiih
him the Congress and all the civil officers, atul to-take
[lo.-t iu El Paso in front oi this place, where a strong
force of American volunteers, and no doubt of L’nited
States troops, could be oigani/ J, with which the Gov
ernor could return to his cipitul, and drive the insutgent
Church Pariv out of the State. I also said to tins Gov
ernor, that it he would make formal application through
the Chihuahua United States ^Consul for JUnited S*nte*
troops, I would proceed to Santa F’e with such applica
tion, and endeavor to induce Col. Fauntleroy to Take
prompt action iu the case, and anticipate authority from
the President to do so. I have fully arrauged with- the
authorities ol KI Paso to the effect thatlher will ask, for
United States itoops to occupy that town, and Guada
loupc and Sau Ignacio, should such occiquuion be d-»-m
ed necessary to protect Americaus and tlieir prop rty in
those towns. I expect by the next mail from Santa. Fe,
due herein live days, that orders will couie from Colonel
Fauntleroy for the troops at Foit Bliss to occupy,the
above towns, when the Mexican authorities ask tint it
nny be done. I have no doubt such occupation will be
necessary—perhaps, indeed, before we can hear from
Santa Fc, as at any moment news may reach here ^liai
Chihuahua is taken, and the next hour mav witness, iu
the towns on the o'her side ol the river, the Utmost dis
order and injury to Americaus, and their property spolia
ted bey eml redre s or remedy. I trust the President
has lost no time iu taking measures for our safety.
Yours, Ac.
It will thus be scon tliat we are becoming every day
more and more involved in Mexican difficulties, and Sen
ators wtio hesitate to sanction the McLano Treaty, lest
it should lead to a colli- oa, may discover from the above
that the treaty alone can save u- from iutermiu tble com
plications. It is -aid that three thousand Americans ere
before this time in Sonora, and in possessiou of the gov
ernment of that State.
Major Daniel McClure, Paymaster, is orJcred topi)
the troops along the Rio Grande, and Major Oil] on to
pav them at Camp Cooper. Capt. Make*, of the Scond
Cavalry, is ordered to the command of Fort Inge with
Company C. Lieut. Koval, of the Second Cavalry, wdl
leave a sergeant and nineteen privates, and ptocecdwirh
the rest of his command to Fort luge, turn them over (o
Captain Oakes, and return to Camp Lawson.
No intelligence has been received here relative to Mii
amon’s moving towards Vera Cruz with any force. Tin
recent publications of Liberal successes iu Mexico ar»
fully corroborated, not only by olliiial ailvice* received
here, but bv several reliable parties who have airived d*
rect from Mexico.
The Administration has not the slightest idea of issu:
ing instructions, lauding troops, Ac , at Vera Cruz, or
having anything to do with Miramou guarantees.
This is in coutradiction of the Tribun's telegraphic
dispatch of Saturday, which has no foundation in truth.
So tar as the Mexican In .ity is coucerned, tne prol>a
I Ijility is that when the time for voting comes, the tw enty
live Republican Senators will be more anxious to appear
»s its friends than its enemies. Q.
PRENTICE RELATES Ills WASHINGTON EXPERI
ENCE—THE REVOLVER QUESTION. I
front the l.uiilu’ille Journal, 1 I'A ins/.
Mattel - ntul things in the House of Representatives [
continue to be interesting. Tbe -tiife «ti Thursday was l
quite spirited. There was a general rush from all parts
of the Hall toward Me sir-. Ha-kin and McRae after the
two gentlemen had insulted each other, some of the mem
bers wishing, no doubt to keep them apart, hut the great
er numhei to see the light. Mr. Uuakin, however, proved
incapable of handling his tools skillfully, for he let Ids
pistol fall either from his hand, pocket, belt or bosom.—
The rush probably came in good time lor him.
When we were in Washington, two or three weeks ago,
we heard from all quarters that the groat mast of the
members of both sections were heavily freighted with all
sorts of portable facilities for letting blood We believe
wro were rather a pet for both sections, and we hope we
b try no sacred confidence in ray lug that w benevei North
ern or Southern members got a little tnaudliu and threw
their arms affectionately around us (of course to steady
themselves) we almost invariably fell the butts of pistols
and the hafts ot bow ic-kuives press against our shrinking
frame.
One morning we put our overcoat in the rack a*
Brown's Hotel and went iuto breakfast. When we re
turned, our coat was gone, hut another somewhat re
sembling it lay near. We took up the latter, hut put it
back with horror on finding a big. frightful-looking re
volver in one of the pockets. With some misgivings,
such as a man might be supposed to fee! in opening
what lie suspected to be an infernal machine, we took up
the next, and lo, there was a big pi-to! in one pocket,
and something else in the other which we did not stop to
examine. Finding the rack to tie a well.furnLshed arse
! nal, we w ithdrew, and the day being cold, vre remained
j an hour and a-half in the hotel, carefully scrutinizing the
integuments of every gentleman that seemed to have a
| particularly genteel overcoat. At length we returned
to the arsenal, and the coat first examined by us still re
mained there. Concluding that even a fire-eater could'nt
have been breakfasting so long unless upou burning coals
and aqua foriis tea we were about calling for a servant
lo take tbe fire arm out of the pocket, (we have a mortal
antipathy to touching such things ourself,) intending to
wear out tbe coat, for it was a very handsome one, uu
! til we should encounter our own handsomer oue. At
I that moment, a very mild-uiaunercd Western member of
Congress stepped up with an embarrassed look, and see
ing at once that we looked like a gentleman who had
I<*,1 something, remarked that k<- really believed he bad
got somebody vise's overcoat. The matter was made all
right at once, but w* couldn't help thinking how *wk
ward and insecure the member must have felt, when, in
I lie verv act, perhaps. "• walkiig alxnit among other
Congressional bcliigerants, he had thrust his hand into
what he supposed to be bis pocket, and tound nothing
there more dangerous to life than a dozen pretty notes
from a dozen pretty poetesses.
THK WASHINGTON STATUE.
From U't Stair* and Union.
The inauguration of Mill’s Eijuaurian Statue of Wash
ington took place in this city yesterday afternoon with
appropriate military, masonic, and civic honors, and was
oi the most interesting as well as imposing character,
notwithstanding that the natural elements tended to de
tract much from the pageant, and to cause its delay ma
ny hours beyond the appointed time. The selection of
the gid of February for the inauguration was eminently
proper, as being the anniversary birth day of him to
whose memory mis statue is dedicated, and who was
“first in war, first in peace, and first in the hearts of his
countrvmon.” It was fitting that in the capital of the
nation, in the city which he founded, ami amid the exci
ting scenes ot sectional agitation, that the recurrence of
the natal day of the J’atkk Patri.k should be marked by
so imposing a demonstration. It brought out the mili
tary at home and abroad, as Vidl us thousands of citizens
who laid aside care and business, in order that they
might enter into the patriotic enjoyment of the holiday.
The statue is situated in what is commonly known ns
the Circ le, at the juncture of several streets and avenues
in the west end of the city. Its construction by Clark
Mills was authorized by C'ougress, and is therefore a_na
tional work. The statue is mounted ou a pede.-tat, com
manding a view of the entire ciy, us well as George
town, and the surrounding country. It represents the
Father of his country, as be appeared at the battle of
Princeton, when,alter alteuipliug several times in vain to
rally his troops, he put spurs to his horse and dashes up
to the eannou’s mouth. His torror-stricken horse stops
and recoils, while the bills tear up the carih beneath his
leet; hut Washington, cool, calm, collected, and dignifi
ed, believing himself simply au instrument in the hands
o.‘ Providence to work out the great problem of liberty,
remains firmly seated, like a god upon his throne. The
repose of the hero at this moment ol imminent peril to
hi- life, coutiasts admirably with the fearful agitation
manifested by his noble but unreasoning steed, who is
sustained by noue of the considerations which imparl
courage to the hero and the Christian.
Irving, in his life of Washington, alludes to the pre
cise moment of time represented by the action of the
statue. At the moment of the charge of the British for
ces on the Pennsylvania militia at Princeton, Washing
ton himself arrived at the scene of action, having gallop
ed from the byroad in advance of his troops. From the
rising ground ho beheld Mercer's troops retreating in
confusion and the dt iachnieutof militia checked by the
British artillery. Every thing was at peril. Putting
spins to his horse he dashed past the hesitating militia,
waving his hat and eheecring them on. His commanding
figure ami white horse mad** Imu a conspicuous object
foi the enemy's marksmen, hut he heeded it not. Gal
loping forward under the lire of Manhood's battery, he
called upon Mercer’s broken brigade. The Pennsylvani
ans rallied at the sound ol his voice, ami caught fire f rom
his example. At the same tine the seventh Virginia re
giment emerged from tti• • wcod and moved forw ard with
loud cheers, while a fire of grape shot was opened by
(.’apt. Moulder, of the Ameii-an artillery, from the brow
of a ridgo lo the South, li resulted in victory to Ameri
cans.
The statue is different in n.anv respects from the one
of J.ick>ou, in Lafayette square, by the same artist, and
is pronounced nr many good judges to he a superior
work. ISoth, however, are calculated to please every
citizen, and to reflect the Highest honor on American
talent and art.
Oi t-Doou ILviiiino in \Ti\tkr.—The Xewburyport
Herald states that Dr. M. ti. Smith, ol that city, has
made a practice for several years to plunge daily into the
open water, whatever the temperature; and adds:
“ He has done this during this winter, and apparently
without suffering half as mtch as do the spectators, who
chill to see him cut the ice »f the river and plunge under
as fearlessly ns a wild duck or a seal. The eolde.-t he
has had occasion to try this season, was with the mer
curv from twelve to fifteen degrees below z iro, ami then,
he affirms, that the bath was delightful. He verv seldom
suffers from what we teioi ‘colds,'ami enjoys the most
robust health. His prac'ice is to walk rapidly or run
some distance, and take his bath before perspiration
ceases. One morning his hands were somewhat bitten
by taking hold of a ship's chain in climbing from the wa
ter ; but bv immediately retiming them to the water a
few minute- the frost came out of them without danger."
Xavai..—Commander Win. Radford, has been ordered
to the command of the U. S. steamer Dacotah now tit
*fTfig“oittTit the Gosport Navy Yard. Captain T. A. Dor
niu lias received orders to proceed to the cost of Africa,
and relieve Com. Armstrong ofthiship San Jacinto, who
returns home from ill-hcaltn.
Pity t or. Her.—A very attractive and intelligent young
lady, named Clara Fisher, was sentenced at Kuffalo last
Friday, to four years and six months’ imprisonment at
Sing Sing, tor larceny in a dry goods store, committed
while pretending to puicLa-c.
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STEREOSCOPIC EMPORIUM.
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After May 1st, IStIO, at 501 BROADWAY, Two doors
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mnt STEREOSCOPE Is the most nttruvtice.mterhiining, amu
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None are t *i young, none too ol•>, non: too inttNigtnt, none too
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No home is complete without It, aa*l It must ami will penetrate
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Ii presents to jour view every part of the world, In ail the re
Ut/. ’nlont*.«, />.*f/ttoliti and Ji.tr/'irm oj tlrttiil, aaif you were
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Ps.dographers are everywhere exploring Europe, A-la, Africa,
an* America lns--*ri!i of the grand and Hie beautiful, and the
re/ ‘lh «»/ their -<i ill nrt > on eta nil u enro lling our /
We have an immense vatieiy ol v rwi of Scene*, in Paris, I/on
drfn, England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Eranre, Iletglum, Holland,
Swl's -riand. Spain, The Koine, Vereadc*, St. Ohm,l, Eontainebkau.
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scenes, bteakfast scei.es, pic nles statuary, Ac , Ac. A., erguirit,
(!.*«•</ Iinent nj Jllitmiiintril Intel '■ i - I Palaces, Churches ami Ca
the oral* of Trance, Italy, Ac , Ac. The efleU of these illuminated
views is maul rtonirkahle.
Every gentleman of wealth and refined taste should have In I is
drawing room tome of our ergo trite ri.irs on glare, with a revolv
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A nM.is-'. I.. ./untune-. .Slereosceplc View, are the latest Pho
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and everything no inottrr lour nipi’‘lg it mug he looting. I* de
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Ti.is gives additional va.ur, for to thebrautiet of inanimate nalute
AmhUtht riotrw i/llj, itml motion. The process is a discovery
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American life and scenery.
Amo* g other tilings we have just published Stereoscopic Illustra
tion* of the Scene of the Eli ros 8nu>:.' Paivsa Ms. maos, In which
many heart* feel an interest. Tlie particular* of tl.i* will be lound
In our catalogue.
Our Cat alogue of subjects and pi ices a ill be forwarded to any
address on receipt c*t u stamp.
Parlies at a distance lending u* FT I *. fid, f'o, |2** nr t?f>, can
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sent by Kn/irt**.
Views alone, without instrument cav be sent by mail.
Parties who wish to be advised ol anything really valuable In
the line that comes out, may send us Heir uamea to place on record,
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190^Merchants from every section cf the country are respect
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From >12 to 450—fingerboard warranted not to aettle.
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rpw
1 the l.odi Mar«ufn<*tarlui* Coiup.-tu> . In lots tomtit purchaser*.
This artiHe b In th** twentieth year of its lutrotlurtlon Into this
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•he follow hk rvisbtu .
let. It U iua«l*> from the night h«»II of the city of Mew York, by
the L. M. t «>., who Itsve a capital ol over |I*«hhm> lnv«*alc4 in the
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the seed, forces and riuena vegetation two weeks earlier, prevents
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i acre of corn in the hill.
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A pamphlet containing rrory Information, and certificates from
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(HUFFING BROTHKItS A CO.,
H T
BBOWSinO, HOOKE &. CO.,
AUCTIONEER?,
FOR THE SALE OF NEGROES,
Will give llivlr undivided attention to the sale of Negron,
re" Office on Franklin, a h» doors below W all street,
gyf- Open for bo>loess on Monday, Feb. 6, l'6o.
jaSI—dartf^ _ _
BALTIMORE, Peb’y 1st, 1VW.
THE Copartnership her toforc exisdng between tlie subscribers,
under the firm of CAI’RON A GWYN,was, by mutual consent,
I dissolve I on the 8d ult Either partner Is fully authorised to sign
the name of Ibe firm In the settlement of the business.
R. J. CAPRON,
JNO. R. GWYN.
Richard Baylor, Esq., of Essex County, Va., has this day formed
a eopart erahlp with It J Capron under the firm of K. J. OA
PRON A CO., which Brin will continue the business lately conduct
cd by Capron A Gwvn
R. J. Capron Is the active member of the Arm.
RICH’D BAYLOR,
Essex County, Va.
fed—<Ue1m R. J. CAPRON.
R. J. CAPRON. RICH’D BAYLOR,
Essex Co., Va.
K. J. CAPKOV »V CO.,
GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
07 Iloulj’w Wlmrf,
BALTIMORE,
feU-fim_
A CAIIO.—Being desirous of closing out as close as possible
J\_ our Fall and W Inter Stork of Clothing, we lire determined to
sell al a .bade above cost. Our object is to turn as much of our
slock into in >ney as possible. We offer the greatest Inducements
ever offered before. W e respectfully Invite our friends and the
public generally to call and examine for themselves. Xc humbug.
Ml SIMPSON x MILLER.
I )OOKS~Received by
JAMES WOODHOUfE A CO.
! Life and Times of Gen. Samuel Dale, Ibe Mississippi Purtizan.—
By J. F H. Claiborne. Illustrated. $1.
I lfelr. ?paln. Past and Present, lty Walter Tlior:.bury. With
Illustrations. 1. •
Lucy Crofton. By the author of Margaret Maitland, Ac. 7.V.
Harper's Greek and Latin Texts, .Es< hylus. Wck
| Harper's Greek and Latin Texts lloratlus. 40c
The Ancient Church ; Its History, Doctrine, Worship and Const!
tttllon, traced fronithe Brxt three hundred years. My W. It. Kitten,
I). It. 1 vol., 'vo. ♦ ■
I it „ VnletM ,.r 1>.„I In It... Tt,,.a. aI.ii.m.n, Itv Tnl.ii
U'tle, IV I). 9.
Title Hunting, tty E. L. T.ewel)yn. 1.
Reminiscence* of Uufu* Choate, the great advocate. By F. O.
Parker. 1 50. N-wrupply.
Commentary on the Pentateuch. From the Herman of OtUi Von
Gerlach. 2 Tat.
Hum.nies. By T Wharton Collins, F*q. 1 75.
Together with a number of other late ar.d i»trrc«ting BOOKS,
f-t j JAMES WOODMOUSI at"
CLOTHING
FOR THE
SOUTHERN TRADE.
THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
or
RICH AND MAGNIFICENT
SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING
e EVER OFFERED !!
.TAMES WILDE, .Ti\. Sc CO.,
1o. :ifJS BROADWAY,
BETWEEN WHITE AND WALKER 8TUF.ETS,
New York,
4*r HOSE GOODS have been long and favorably known through
*» out the Southern State*, announce that their Stock of Cloth
ing for Spring and Summer Wear will he ready for the inapectlon
of buyera on tt.e Flr»t of February, i t which time It will be full and
complete.
We would call particular attention to the fact that all order* *ent
to u will he carefully filled under our own I'l 'II.UItlE
M PEKV1MI)\. To Ihcxe w ro v'.*lt our marke*, w. respect
fully exteod an Invitation to call and examine our atock before
making their purchase*. fe10—2m
GREASE EXTRACTOR,
Fw* RMUotttQ
PAI\T# TAR, HAX,
Ok AS t kl*r> OF
G R E A S E,
ikosi itx xixna or
SII.K AND WOOLKN DKF.SSF.S,
AND PROM
Rroadcloths*, Cassimeros, See.,
IViUinut Hit niiyhtrnt injury tothffnhricn,
1IHIS article has been used »>y many person* throughout the
. country, and has received the highest recommendations. It
also received the tl ver tkedal at the Uit Mechanic. Pair. It Is
made in this city, and deserves the patronage of the South. To be
had of the priuctpal dru -gists and at my laboratory, earner Malu
and 10th at*, Richmond, V*. ED A AR!) f. PINCH,
ftlS— ly Analytical Chemist.
KIM. A IaABIBKTHa
CARRIAGES I CARRIAGES 11 CARRIAGES! I!
RICHMOND COACH MAN! FACTORY,
Franklin Street,
One Square Helot* Eli'liiiilge Hofei.
We Invite all persons in want of
HOME MADE CARRIAGES,
r * V?, To call and examine our .lock, as we pro
vO- nose to sell a better aniele lor leas money •>. -
timn v-AKitlAGKSof tt.eaaine quality ran be bought for I the
Northern eitie*. MV have lieen engaged In bn Idlng C-VKaunaa
more than 25 year* in thl. city. Our work haa proved satisfactory
to ail who have bought of u*. We are more largely engaged in
manufacturing Carriages than any other House in the State, em
ploying over 50 hand*.
Me tiave on band a large aasortment of Pa.hionalde CARRIAGES,
of superior quality.
Calerhes, Two Seat Rockaways,
Coaches. alt style*, Pheatnn.,
Charriotteea, Top Huggte*,
Barouches, Iiuggb- without Topi,
Four Seat Rorkaway*, Sulkier,
Slide Seat Top Buegl-s.
Also a large stock of Coach, Buggy and Sulky Harness of our own
make, of best material amt workmanship:
Coach and Buggy tt hip.*, all qualities
Carriages of all.tyle* made to order.
*11 kinds ot Coach Repairing executed In the best manner and
withpromptneva. ALFRED KING,
fell THOM. I.AMBETIt.
STILL AHEAD!
DOUGLAS & SHERWOOD’S
NEW SKIRT,
THE
“BELLE OF Till] SOI Til.”
The moat perfect and beautiful skirt ever produced ;
MATiK H ITIlnI T t '/.ASPS,
and warranted not to get nut of order,
ig
8, 11, 1 5, 20, 25,30, 35, 10 mid 50 HOOPS.
EVERY LADY
18 REQUESTED TO EXAMINE THEM BEFORE l*L'liCHA-IS0
OTHER MAKES.
Wholesale Dealers Supplied by
DOT'GLAS & SHERWOOD,
51, 53 A 55 Willie SI reel,
I rel< ltn NEW YORK.
IMPROVE YOUR EYESIGHT!
71. J. FRANKLIN A- I O., OPTICIANS,
ef|F
Offer to the public of Richmond and vlclulty their Improved
CRYSTAL
PERISCOPIC SPECTACLES,
for preserving and restoring the Impaired vlalnn to it* prime vigor.
Chrvatal (basses lei In old frames. Alan, a very large nsai.rtment
of MICROSCOPIC?, TELESCOPES, OPERA GLASSES AND MATHE
MATICAL INSTRUMENTS. The lineal ndlectlnn of Stere
scope* and Stereact)pie PlelarcB, to be found In a grrat
variety at their office, In the building occupied by the City Saving,
| Bank, No. 118 Alain at., Richmond, Va. laid— dly
ISOU. NPUIHjITIUBE. ISliO.
SMITH. RHODES & CO.,
III POUT KBS AND DKALEB3
IN
Hardware, Cutlery, Gun*, Saddlery, and Anchor Bolting Cloth
No. 22 PKAHL STEET,
RICHMOND, VA.
INVITE attention to their large an 1 elegant ETOCK of GOODS,
just received direct from the manufac ureia, and purchased up
on the beat terma. They are prepare.) to convince the merchant*
and saddler* of Virginia, Term ease and North Carolina, that they
can sell them Goo.la, In their line, on equal term* with any house
-In our own or any of the Northert markets.
Their stock Is full and complete, embracing every variety of
SHELF AYD HEAVY HARDWARE.
ALSO
Saddles, Bridle*. Whip*, P»teut and Enamelled Leather, Hog
8kini, Lelye Lining Skin*, Bridle Bln, Ae., Ac. HOES—HUlIng,
Weeding, Grubbing, a great variety, Ac., Ac.
UT’Ordera reapectfuUy tollclted and punctually attended to.
feld-tV ______
EWPLOV.TIElfT.
liRAl MONTH AND ALL BXPRNMS PAID.—An AmbIM
rDt * wanted In every town and county In the l n'u'£ 8'*,’f;
t-Tenrage In a respectable and easy business by which the abore
proSsuna)’Ibe £Kl5> realized For
Dr. J. llaaar W **>'*, comer ISth Street and Brnadw^j,X e w 1 ^.rk
Cltv. cnclo lng one Poateg* Stomp-_*?_
JTNYMinrft-«•
4 HTIHICIAL TRUTH. --«.
i\ 77/A ct/Korr i nr rnornss. W .-tf" r
<> \\. josra, i> «.«»»., | ur.uie<nyS3Hk
right for the above of making T", th, and be- I X_I_/
log entirety satisfied of Its absolute superiority overth* gold, silver ,
nrptatlss mcltiwl, lie san with rnnfidenet r. mmeret It I o all who ■
; may desire full or partial sets »f Tetlli—and caper tally to surli as
may be dissatisfied trllh those they are now using, in litis process,
all of the objections to the gold plate are removed—It,* sen no* be
ing perfect, secures comfort and stability to the At—and Ihe teeth
being embedded In Ihe metal, Ihe foo l Is excluded from under o
between them, and they are therefore ‘tronytr, cleaner, smoother
ar.d In every respect better.
In rnn.sei|uenee of the perfect adaptation of the plate to the
moiiltr and the suction thereby secured, he can Insert one or more
teelh without clasp*— and In all cases guarantee a perfect and sat
isfactory lit, or no charge.
This method having been adopted and commended by thoae stand
Ing highest In Ihe profession. North and Booth, testimonials will be
glren and specimens exhibited to anv who mar d-slre to see them.
Those wishing to exchange the old method for the new, their old
plate will be taken In part pay. Office opposite Corinthian IlalL
Office hours from S to 2)4, from 8)4 to «. ocT—1y
Jk.UON, LARD. HCTTEK, ClfBKMK, Ac.—
J> 2ft bbdx. Ilam., Shoulders, BlU.-s and Breasts
lift bbis prime leaf Lard
2ft tubs prime Goshen Butter
f.) boxes prime Goshen dices*
1 * SO boxes K D. do
ltW Ibis, refined Boyars
fa) bids, prime Jersey Cider
20 do No. I Mackerel
l'Mk do No 3 do
40 do Frost’* Bucl; wheat
8A do new crop N. O M daasca
fa) do elder Vinegar
200 packages assorted Teas
Juft dozen asserted Brinms
loo do da Paila
ft tvs. Bal Soda
ft do Urey’s assorted Shot
2 do prime Codfish
Landing per atenme s and pack*!* from New York, Philadelphia
and Baltimore,fitaale low.hr WM it.TYI.KK,
jalfi I tith street, between Main and Cary.
VIRGINIA
BUBMM AID LP BRIL'ATI SC COAL OILS.
THE GREAT KANAWHA COAL AND OIL COMPANY,
"Consoling of x .m * ciri/.i X.* or mm owx r1r*T*.” has appointed us
— Agents for the sal" of Ihe-lr justly celebrated
BFUNIXO AND U-RKIOATIMJ lOALOILS,
the* qu liity of which U warranted pi u and i*Ai»L’i.Tv>aT*n.
W* Inti!** the attention of Apotherarlca »nd Dealers thmueLoot
th - Mate to our supply, which will helarye and told by trAo//*i»/e
only at tl»* lowest Factory price*.
GOOCH k ECHOLS.
DIM.SOLI TIO\ OF I*A HIM ltMIIF.
T'HIE concern of“J. A 0. PANMLL” was rilfwolved onolii Dec.,
l>v fbjfuk! consent,CII.V> PANMLL retiring. Thcbmik*
and lecotuiti of ihe concern Lave been transferred t.> JOS. PAN
MLL, who will continue Ihe Commission husinea* n» per annexed
notice. J. PANMLL, I
C. PANMLL.
Ricbmont, Jan. 3J, I ■>60.
o*rr.
LIMITED PARTNERSHIP.
THE luhi'riber', JOSl t’H PANMLL, a resident of th? pftv of
Rlchn
Halifax, State of Virclnl.i, have IhU *t»y foriueil a “LIMITED
PARTNERSHIP,** under the atyle and flm of “J. PANMLL.** for
the put{»<<<r cotniui tlo;; a “t’onmii*,'ion huatnesa” in the « ity of j
Kichroontl, V irgtrdii, to c >ntlnue until the first day of January,
A D., one thousand eight hundred and sixty-four. JOSEPH :
PASXILL l* “«.► mi h ll i'xktxik. ” TMoMA.S tillCCK i»-i kculmei I
Man.** and aa suicfi has thU -lav contributed to th** . atrital stock of
the firm, the aurn •>( ton than-and dollar- \ f 1(1,000.) Witness our !
hand amt seals IhU 3<t day ol Januaty, toOO
J PAN MIX, (Seal.) i
THOMAS BRUCK, (deal.)
oorr.
Citt or Rr.nw ikn, ?riTK «;7 \ j* .rsM, To alt I, R. M. Bravo*, a
Justice of the Pe.» *• in th. City of Richmond, do hereby certify
that Joseph Pannlll, the “general partner” named In the writing
heretofore annexed, hearing date January .'id, 1%0, this dav made
oath before me that the sum stated In the S lid writing as contribu
ted hy the “jpn lal partuer” hat beeu actually paid in by him In
cash.
Given under tny hand this Sd day of January, 1s<*a)
Ja4—*ra __J_H. M_BURTON, J. P.
jim. P4XNIM., of Richmond, tmos. aaccz, of Halifax, Va.,
“General Partner." “Special Partner.”
J. IMS XI LI.,
Commission Merchant,
SHOCKOE WAREHOUSE EUILDISU,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
STRICT personal attention given lo the sale of Tobacco, Wheat,
Corn, Hour and Agricultural Products generally. Orders fur
fertilisers, groceries, Ac., carefully and promptly executed.
jift-dSm
Kimi) U TTHG.
milF undersigned having removed his shop under the TOBAf*
A. CO VXCHANGK, corner iMh and Cary 8ta , begs touve to in
form Ids customer,, and the Public generally, that be Is now »ltu
ated so as to execute all work (which he may be fav. red w.th) In
the best workmanlike msnn«*r,ati 1 at thefshort*«t pos lble notice. If
you want a Brand for Tobacco,Hoiir.Gtuia hags.Machlnery.or any
other articles.you may, manufacturers, send iu your orders,and we
will accommodate you on the most reasonable terms, and guaran
tee to give you entire satisfa tlon.
Also, a tine lot of Branding Brushes, Her Checks, Bras* Tetters,
Ac. A
tender Tobacco Fxc hange,
» t I k f 8t*., Rl htnot d, Va.
IJHPO K T 11T TO HOUSEKEEPEB8.
E. U. DITHKEE &l CO.*§
SELECT SPICES.
Guaranteed no! only
ABSOLUTELY AND PERFECTLY PURE,
but grnunJ from lrr«h j/iie-», i>.-lacted toil elein.il by u> ezpreei
Ir for the purp*«, without reference to coat They are beautiful
ly paekel In tinfoil, illne.l with paper ! to prevent Injury by keep
ing, and ar<-full Wright while thr onliuary ground iplee* are al
moit Invarl iblj thort. We warrant thru, In point of ati ruglh and
rli hnea* of flavor
BKVOND AM. COMPARISON,
at a alngie trial w!H abundantly prove.
Manufactured only by E. R. DORKEF A CO.,
felft—tf l : Pi arl atreel, N. * Farit,
Mill* BBOKERAUE.
fTlHK undersigned have thG day formed a co-partnership under
1 the style of .1 ILI.-HAITGII A READ, for the purpose of con*
ducting the SHIP liKiiKKI'.AGK boslnees, and respectfully solicit
the patronage af their friends and the poblle.
A. MII.L8PAC0R,
JAMES O. READ,
Cary and ISth streets, near the Dock.
Richmond January 1st, IMOk Jyi—1y
DO WAV A: CO.,
Commission Morehants,
SUOCKOK MJP,
Kli'liniond, Virginia,
C10NTINUE to give particular attention to the saleof Tobacco,
I Wheat, Corn, Cotton or other country produce, consignment,
of which are respectfully solicited. jail -<19m
FEBRUARY hTtH, IStilL
GREAT SILK SALE.
riVIOMAS It PRICK A CO. will otTer, fora few weeks, a large
A lot of tic cant Striped, PI .tin and figured Brnche
iliac!. Hilt! Colori d SIIL«,
to the’r friends and the public, at about half their actual value.—
Many of three good* are jmt a* d-fclr.*Me as ihoa#- which have been
recently brought, or which toav he brought in for Spring -ah**.—
But as they an- d»t*Tn I >**d to reduce this department of th-lr
stock, tiie enormous sacrifice wiil be made. To prevent confusion,
they will be exhibited upon tb**ir second floor, to which the special
attention of the ladies la called.
In addition to which, within a few days, they have added to their
exlcnsU <t axjinr mei.L many new and choice Goods. Among them :
Illusion Capes and Sleeves,
Ladies and g*n»B Kid G oves,
BruM*'!§ Point Collars
Thread I«are do
Brussel* Point Setts, very elegant
Linen, Cambric an I Mu din Hells
English and American I'rln's
Black B nib-sine* Hosiery
Hoop Mclrt.v, Cas<ln.**res, Ac., Ac.
Thelt housekeeping ai.d donu-sth* department has also been fully
replenished, having received
Linen and Cotton Sheeting*; Table Dam inks,
Brown anil bleat bed Domestics; Toweling*
Daroaik Doyle* *nd Napkti », Cotton Diaper
Blanket-, (Loth servant* and t ed)
Irish Linens, some great bargains
They will continue to receive (foods i»y e very arrival, and by the
time the 8pring Trad.* fully open*, they uii! !*• able to assure their
friends, that they will ex mbit a *t<*ek, which, In extent, srleetlon
and variety, w.11 be fully equal to any which they have ever had it
A» far as p«vij|bl», they will b** al«vk»»*l with THEIR OWN IM
POkTATIoNiI, ai.-l at the i »* time a .II «*mle»vnr to have repre
tented la their supply, all arth'lrf »-ifh»*r of Woollrn er Cotton Fab
ric, made In our good old state, «*r in tlu w South of ui, which they
will give prominent •* lo, by Introducing to the frlt-nd* and custom
era of the Home.
felt#—tf THOMAS R. PRICE A CO.
BKOWY A
Commip'Hion Mercliunts.
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
VlfF, theond.-rslgtieil.bave this J..y enured Int-. a Co partner
Y ? ship, h»r t4i<- purpose of conducting a general COMMISSION
ir.il FORWARDING IIC81NK38 under the name and style of
KKOWNJA MoCLKLLAND. They will give their strict p. unnal
mention to the saleof TOBACCO, WHEAT anil PRODUCE gen
erally, and I-* the purchase of Fertilisers and Merchan.il.c.
Olhce oil tiovih Bank, nest door lo Dealie, llubsou A James.
ALEXANDER BROWN,
J. BRUCE M CI.ELLAND.
They refer to
Messrs. Johnston, Younger A Oley, Messrs. James B. Ferguson
Jr., A Co , Dr. !. Grattan Cabell, Richmond ; Hon. T. 8. Flournoy,
Key. John A. Bcott, Hali'av C" ; Wm. A. Milter. Edgar Whitehead, |
Lynchburg; Col. 8 McD. Reid, E. 8. Tutwiler, Rockbridge co.;
Mayo Cabell, E. M. Cabell, Vison co.; Hon. Wm. C. Rives and It.
J. llartsooV, R. Leals, Albemarle co., Va.; Judge I.. P. Tl.onip
son, Augusta co ; John Thompson, jr., Amhcist co.
Januarf 1st, i - v |a7—i
7,11 HHIsN. NEW ( HUP NKtt DHLKANN ITIO
»'} " * I.A88K8 — In store and fur sale by
, n M, J0XK8.
oitlA — IiVt» bn'es Colgate's Family and Hale Soap*, just I c
^ .-.-I vlng, for sale by fel5 WM. WALLACE 8GN8.
l,sCO. SPRING TRADE. 1860.
VIIOKLIL STAHHETT,
(Qovsaxog srnhKT, Rnusoxn Va )
OFFERS for site the following Iptjof articles, ol his ca n
manufacture, vii
Tin Ware, of all kinds, Loir,
.-heet Iron and Copper Ware, 'T' [
Cast aud Sheet Iron Stoves for Wood, 12 varieties,
Skect Iron Stoves for wood, 12
C;.st and -hei-t Iron8toves for coal, lit “
The Krllllant Gas Burner, 8 sires,
Portable Hunters, 4 **
Portable Grate, 8 “
Diamond Radiator, U “
F.ctory 8tovre,
hlchmon.i Portable Furnace, 8 •*
Licorice Boilers, (for wood and coal,) 6 “
portable Ovens, 6 “
ffr~ Apo, constantly for sale, the most popular 3TOVF. , RAN
GR3 »nd HEATERS now made, and repairing plccea for the same,
■Wavs on band. _ fel J—dAr.Ta
REMOVAL.
TO Ol’B CITY A .Yd fOl.VTIIY KBIKXD8.
H U. F. Bl'TLEK A SOY.
C-g .jatF.FUI. for the patronage heretofore received, would
J respectfully inform their friends and the public, that they
have moved to No. 1» Pearl Street, where, with ample
room, liter are better prepared than a' P etr old stsnd to exhibit,
and wili keep constantly on hand, distinct from their wholesale de
part me nt, a choice lot of
Retailing Goods.
Consisting, In part, of fine and common French and Knell.h Din
ner, Tea'and Toilet Ware, insets and by the dozen aud piece ;
China am! other Pitchers; Cat, Prcsud and Plain Glaatware of
every description , 8Ilvcr Piated Castors, Ice Pitchers, Spoons and
Forks ; Tea Trays, In atW and atrgle , Coal 0‘l aud other Lamps;
Looking Glasses, l hDa Vaasa, and a rail-tv cf Fancy Goods.
Please give us a call at No. 19 Pearl or 14th street,..tore formerly
occupied by W. 8 A U. Dcnr.au. WM. F. BUILEK A HON,
__ __ Importers
K/ k HOX EB .TI At t .A HONI now receiving for sale by
UvJ feM WM. WALLACE BOMB.
SOI 'XHEUN A I THORS.
AT
t. 1.1. Ditnt Rn
HVCCES30U TO P. 15. PRICE.
DEALER IS
BOOKS, STATIONARY, FANCY ARTICLES, fcc , 4c.
AND
AOEST for the \MTRICAN TRACT FOJTTTr.
17 i Main 'tree! -' I door helow Ameilean.
rflHR following will be fv.it by mall, post pal 1, at the pr1*as
JL named.
THE DKAF IIORMAKKi: . byThoraasW WMi*,of Richmond,
90r. An eirellent book for .he young, flllrd wlih brief -ketch***
animated, Inlcrcffing. and in*iru<*ti ve, wbl h have been copied
and read t»v thousands, vnuttg and old, tr m Milne tr Calif ornia
S LOW S K> ll\ THK IV A \ >1DS. ; by ihcam.- author, die. Of
the same chara«'t« r of the ‘ Deaf rho* maker "
IfiSFFH MAN(7kL OF KM IfllOL'fi !N»T«<rCTfO!l. ?f»o. Being
theaecon t edition of a work of established merit, specialty adap
ted to the oral Instruction of colored people, but tnlUd to general
use In school* an I families; • • ntsifting a simple historical < sieehlam
of the sacred scriptures froi the cre«tl<in ouward, a:»*3 . ont aiding,
also, appropriate selections of scripture to be committed *o rorro*
ry. Dr. W alls' Ut Cate* hist/. a simple drclfliul < ate< t..*®, with
the answers In tcrlpturclar ^uage, pray*rs fur «luldren, 4c.. en
tirely free from sec’irlm hi , by the K, v Jno. F Hr ff, of Mill
wood, Clark county, V*. I an In* reaving circulation In the
Southern Nates, as far as 1 uM.ir.a as fre*(umt orders font tea*
V
MK^AGK TO TTIF VOFNfl, by Her. fleo. W. Leybmn, of
Bedford county, Va., Ate. Tbt work of a mature scholar and rhrto
lian thr well • <>nst*h redrr ill of years r.f thought and reflection
attractive, >tt »wlid and i'prraslve, well adapted to be eminent
1
TO TOt MISTS \ MEHMIAMS II8ITINR NEW lORkj
THE INTERN VTIONAL HOTEL,
Utf.V A 161 ItICOAIMV.lY,
Corner Franklin Slrret,
XKW YORK.
POj^Fiv^ advaot igei w» I. h ill trardisrs sppr.v lit#. It* lo
cation rsni.d hr surpassed, b* tug conwoict.t to the principal
placet of htcinras ind amusement TT*e apart menu, of which
there are t* • h Ired, are '-til furnbh 1 and well ventilated,
amt bring < omlccted on the huropear plan, visitors ran live in the
h t-t style, with the gieatcrt • conomy. A largepnr'.ar, frcniiug on
Broadway, mu I rommstwdc^ an extensive view uf that world e*
nomad tl nrargldare, I .is !»*•* n beautifully furnlfh-d for the use of
ladles, and the gemral arrat rrments of the House are tu> h, as to
afford the greatest comfort t surst*.
The |\urs4ti«'5ai ILim .4 connect**1 with
TAYi.oK'K(:i:M;BitvTi:i)<i ii.oonk,
Accommodating *»ver one ti. mated persons. In wl irh visitor* can
have their im a!*, or, If lh**y desire, they will be served to their ,
own apartment*. The f»r«* served In the Ratoons anil Hotel U
a< knowled/ed by epic ores, to h- tijo-rlnr to that of any h< ;elln tha
city.
1
M ASSfE ITS
FI Vff MIN ITS
ICE CREAM FREEZERS,
Aw Ini|ir«’V«*tI fur 18.SH#
F i i i
The only Free* r known wl h Is Construe?* I on true SiJentlflc
principles.
The Cheapest, IW-wt, and rod 1 >non:va! resulting less lew
•n.l i. .t.v 111aa*i . .I II. la.
rah If* In Ffru< lure, an*! mod eitalu in iu o^rilboa.
•Stilt Agent for t».<* I'nll.**! -it***,
1. KKi'UUM, A i i>., Manufacturers of Jip^anfi
an 1 PUnl.-le 1 Tin Ware.
fclG—d'm Puarlatrrrl, New Vork.
SHOCK OK HILL KlUIPIoMH.KOIIO) IUB
TFU.— TU • fub*» rlber hat **arneiAly labored r *r lha i>**t fuar
year* exclude North**™ On on.I Plaster,! \ th* • HkMiH our.l of a
// um Mill, and ^uj pl.vinr an article f uprriur to any received ftofc
the North, an l t lain** a prrfe* ' *uc< **m. He !>**£* l**mve Ui r,mru
Id* thauk' lo hU patron*, and %*k» to Inform ail li.u*reat*%l that ha
hat coiupleied M* lmprov**m« : Ulhat wtilenahl** him p. *uppiy ai.y
d.ruami that may arise. HU -toea of Lump Is h***»y, (baae«l upoo
the enormously increased use of a superior articleV, atlected from
th** pur* >1 Windsor (Nova Scotia) *|Uarnes, with special reference
to Hi rlckneaa in HnfjthnU of lime. 'I he reputation of hla brand
•hall be sustained at ev« ry *-n rt «ad cost, and ! e ask* only an rt*
p« rinietiUl tiial of those who hate not made application of tau
valnablifertUUer. JOHN U CLaIBORNR,
» M • 11 hul at.
HEW YOKE LIFE 1581‘HAHCE COMPm.
MUTUAL SYSTEM.
Capital ini 1.<>00,000.
Owe HUNDRED THOUAAND DOLLARS deposited with tha
Comptrollt-r of the Slate rf New York, and out of the hands
of the Company to secure policy holders.
Im u>KM-. *.!>> AMttiLi.v or a Hour I Ku ril Principle.
Forty per rt of the premium on Life Policies, will he loaned tha
lnsnre-1 when the premium exceeds ♦•’>0.
Policies Issued and payable to the Insured on art!ring st a cer
tain age, or to the fondly of the Insured at death, should that event
happen previously to arriving at that age.
Endowment POLICIES for hlldren, granted on the most favor
able terms.
Policies issued at greatly rt Iueed rates of premium, whsn tha
Insured prefers not to participate In the dividends.
All If sses pal 1 promptly an 1 without litigation.
We shall he pleased to have you rail at once and secure a policy
In this old and reliable Company which comes before you endors
ed by your own ritlsens.
WORTHAM k WYATT, Agents,
Office 19<>, Main street,
Few doom abo ve Post OSes.
OHAfl. I. WORTHAM,
General Agent and Attorney
for the Company la Va.
MEDIC At EX A MINERS :
Jig. H. OoxwaT, M. D. I
Ko. T. Culsxax, If D. |
_ell __
LI VlilCI'OO L A N » LONDON
FIRE I.XNIR YIYCE iO.VI'AllY.
Capital, 810,000.000!
AVI MU. I* COME, $8,lit,MSI
INVESTED IS Till UNITED STATES, OVER ("dW.OfOl
Alt Directum J , <. noi’r Rt* ..tit ,* jo, tie En^ayemnUe of
Ike roui/xiny.
WE respectfully ask attent u lo the security of the Liverpool
and London Insurance Company, to its policy holders In Us
large cash capital and inrntir nts, as stated above.
The large capital and tnent r of the Company enable It to taka
lines convenient to part'es re<| --ring large amounts of Insurance.
In addition to the ordinary i. ale of insurance, tide Company Is
sues DERMA XUNTPOLfi 7 on the payment of TKN AXEV*
A t. PR gifIV MS Property , thenceforth, PERMANENTLY
INSURER. The Policy can h- cancelled at any time, and the pre
mium will be returned less ft pet cent.
This Company will make Insu'snce by loss of Rents by fire, on a
new and most liberal principle.
Under the Policies of this Company all rlslms sre paid upon pre
sentation of satisfactory proof of toa, without t>hf lenient nr tied tui
tion for Interest; and not, a. Is usual, nan hits after presenta
tion of proof. WORTHAM k WYATT, AgenW,
mhl4 1?*i Hda • Ire. t. few doors above Postoffice.
JA VEI <1. ROSIIEkt,
INSURANCE AGENT.
(Wee Eo-t title of 11 Li Street, -is- <oiA door Xnrtk of the Comer of
Maid anil 11 (A.
REPRESENTS the following weU CAtabllshed and reliable Com
panies :
Arctic Fire-Insurance Co., of ll-e City of New York, capital
and surplus . (800,0(4
Uomholdt Fire Imuran- Co.,of fheCily of New York, rap!
949,010
Fulton Fire Insurance I ".,o( '*-eCityni New York, capital
and surplus. .... .•■>1,000
Irving Fire Insure re Co., of fi. V., capital (20u,W4) with a large
surplus.
Phrenlx Fire In Co , of Brooklyn, Capital and surplus, (991,000
P-.lirles Issue I o. lull-tings, Furniture, Manufactories, Merchan
dise, au-1 Per.*0111,11’ op- rty generally, against leu or damage by
Are, on the most fa v-able terr.i. l-ossra promptly adjusted and
punctually settle-1, the security offered by the above cstnpanlre,
conducted as lh- y are, by exp- - ienced underwriters, sffor-l. to ll-«
Insured, the mo-t ample guarantee, sn-l the full assurance that all
contracts entered Into by them, wtU be fulfilled In the most satis
factory manner. The long experience of the subscriber Iu these
matters, will facilitate and protect (to the best of his abilities.) the
Interest of all who may be -lisp red to patronise his efforts. Coun
try risks, Inland navigation rsks, Vessels and their oargses In
port, losnsed on the mart tease-cable term*. 0-14—
HOI IRKEE PINO GOODS—
In 4 and 18-4 Linen Sheetings, pood make
10 4 and 19 4 Cofnn do do
Pi-tar Case Liner-, art, 40 and 45 In
Marseilles yullte, in !»4,11-4,194 and 18 4
Alen lale do “ In r an. 1 114
Morn Table Dar- ask. a large as-ortmeat
Ptmesk Napkin - anil Daylies
Wir.cCloth and trull Napkin,
. Furniture IMwlty an*l Frim*
Muck T .wt 11* u <1 DU per
Crmh, PniU* arid Du*llp«
i\,»M n l white v'Giton r»&ma*k for fuixliuro
Turkey Keii an«i Satin DtLaini for curtain*
rurtVn Mu*!in i variety
Hirarhril Shirtin* of hi*t make
HMrtlnjf Lln**na at V.V., t7X<\ an i 50r., an f ir.cr
Wli't# C’mnl.rlc and Jacoucl
Mull an.I Jiwi*a Muallni.
CHRisTrAX a latiirop,
f 14
kiiiiu<l\d m um:
Aj?Ti<*ultiirnl Machinery.
HAVING completed mv tie, m*. hire (hops on Irsr.k'lln Sirget,
and Walnut Alley, the whole I.*!ngIn connection with my Im
plement and fved r-o.re, on M io Street, I now Invite particular
attention Iroiu ilie Uru.rr, of Virgin'.*, lo my fa.-ililteJ fur u.anf* -
tuiing every kill I of Agrieuln .al Machinery and Implement
1 shall par especial attention to the inanufaclurr .1 THRESH
IN'fl MACHINE;- nf the I • ,t i ..vie *, materials and a-itmanriiiu
My I'ORTAIH II iloUM POWER ltio arrant*1 as — require ilo
digging, or delay In starting, J 1.** secured .he approval of ail
who have used Ih. m Vr PH '.'NT STRAW Cl'TTEBP are tuu well
known to need commer vial Ion
As heretofore, I k-tprontlauUy on har.J, nf my own nske. an J
fully VrarranUd, Corn Mo llets for hand and horse power, W heat
Ians, CradS**, R. sp rs, Hay P. esaes, Older Mills, Serj Drill*, Plows,
Harrows, Hay Kak.-s, (ileanets, Cultivator*, flam and Lratbri Ma
chine Belting, Be., A .
{siT“ Repair* of all kind* nr .mpUy attended to.
Agent for Rlckford A IliifTY-ari'l Wheat and Huano Drills, and
McCormick'* Reaper nod Mow er.
f.- - i n. If. M. SMITH. No. 11 Main St.
COI TIIIiliN LOCK t|ANI F.U’TOH 1 .—Dwelling
O Lo. ks of every description - Sliding Poor Tilu.n Ing* of the
Best quality. Alto. Prison and Bank levels : lllnges ami Built of
any height. Hells hong. will, or without lobe*.
ALL KINDS Of REPAIRIN'*! DONE.
As f fell no work hut my own manufacture, I am prepared to
Warrant It to give entire sattr'artlon lo those who may favor «■*
with a call.
WILLIAM RF.ADV,
220 Main Street, hetwen vh and (til,
fell)- 1y Kicaaoxa, Vn.
It It'll Irdkots
irish LiisriniNra,
DAMASKS. DIAPERS, Ac.
CONSTTMFKP of Rl, hardsoi’» Linens, and those detiroui of ob
taining the Oennlce Hoo ts, should see that lh« article* they
purchase are sealed with the fu I name of the firm, J. N. RICHARD
SON, SONS k OWDF.N, as a gu-rtntee of Ihe luunvinea* and dura
bllltv of the good*.
This caution Is r -iidered ew*. ullaliy r.ece«ary as large quar.title*
of Inferior and def. live Line: are prepared, season after season,
and sealed with Ihe name of I’tCHARDrOX, by Irish Houses, wto
regardless of the Injury thus inflicted alike on the American con
sumer and the manufacturers of the genuine floods, will not rtadlly
abandon a business so profital.lt-, while purchasers r*n bv Imposed
on with Goods of a woithleas character.
J. BTT.LOCKE k CO
Ml fly_ * •* EH Cl -ir-et. New Pork
w. d. yowrriss is*, i tonniii
w. i>. Tonnins & bko.,
Commission Merchants,
FOR THE SALE OF
FLOUR, TOBACCO, UR AIN, AO.,
(BABIN BANK,)
IIIrliMontf, V«.
Libera' Adverse* male ou Omslrmnent* lo store. aid—ly w
SAMUEL AYRES Ac SON.
Commission a ml F< rwardinv Merchants,
RICH VOX I'. VIRGINIA,
OFFER FOR BALE 0. 0 Msm Licorice, Olive OIL AdanitoUua
Card rs, Tobacco Fla—ripe. Box and other Nall*, Bcotch and
American Ptf Iran, Rss«« A riwl Maolpulaud Guano, Olovtg
B«*d, Ac., Ad. Hi—
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