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* u I'XIE 04. RICHMOND, MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1800.__NUMBER 49.
^ KlCiiM*>Vl> DAILY WHIG.
TRIMS: ___
„ .„«: - - J Weekly, #5 : Weekly. *3 : *1
PVT “• »—Miaae** m.y be made at the rt»a of the
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a tft# r-« v ajra»r«t»e.
__ ,,0 j.crtt cr!«». obe Ineertion. re
••fc1** Kief. vldutional iie.-tioo^ j. "
Ob ' ~ ' aeration.. * *
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ao 15 *N>
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fT> ‘
* „ the on til* eory fc* a .peciSnl nis
, ; u ■ :iS.ai jaatllord ed «ut, and p.ym.ul
a, ' ’ ' ri.Vr.r- .••era. —To avoid any «nI*under*t«nJ1ra
Jrual!t:\„”l x:.-" era. It U T-, Mu a
" ! •!! e'sht-r Atlrertlaemeal* ee »t by them t» be an
■' . i: 11' • eeriatkHfc
'’•••■• >e-1. f : to be
;lT““ ft far. bat to be tfb-,r." 1 at the ttual raUe, eukjeet
’oTolIv. ,rl.. tOver.L. ra ien.-ralle, e» madnp one
Hi :u .at ill not, ou thv:r
Wl *, l&Mtri S)<>r« t^uia i'■'
, *: i .. t, auilali «xc«a>
T i
. , 4 0
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AtU.KI HU riVt
OFFSINO OF
p*n (tOods.
k - »; i: j> s: v a r «> x
b ' T'l 'r ,v
,. to iUj « b< In iftfcl|»t of teelr fail
Dree. 1 « «' •
l( \ - V 4 U ■ the f. id* »*«** n» of *Kich
* , 1 * *e v • tment of
:m . *J grade*, lturu cent* per j ard,
f . . .- •• i french f>e l.dne.
• i , ic.be*. at eery icJucrJ prkee
-’•..ipvd t opine
, '.I ' ’.1 v of niher -i wan! boautlftil fabric*,
lb'" , • , f gr. U > u i-ow cco.'i’b te, xi.onget them
. at price* iii»cl ■» t.’.an ui-j.i
•: -o f - Lace do.
P lot— jesta, i stilendM sjwnr.menl.
■-»' "Cl full dOol! *
V , - *1 Y* CtlklAfJ l*
h »(Jr'.v -li yu*-' i«**
» . ti ! Codnela »n-l C ~»!-«ere». NVr-o »" I
' i ... PKT 4 FOX.
X f 211 broad Street.
,,V> fa ini.. uai.
\ K. PAHKKli <Sr CO.
K W» FANCT MI
K
c* . - - -r t i irtfo aJt.1 Well sr
, F U . • ■
* • . , .. l • MI-K8
V l! . ■■ - ’■
' "1. '.ti.. irr.lnf
- • •-.- t PI1.K K‘>lltCS
'll M' : -IL'i K■’ 1 ■»
, .i- v..i—•bi.TNr r.onss
s r. it' -it ••••: '.itl'vt- l SNKP
P,.. \- . ; . MU.-. l. :>» ClUVSK
MiliUSOXS
> V- ■ v <1\0I3
it: • Mi'.~H.IW
I . t is Black kt.Ptrw
, I. i t- -- . t VK-ris.iA
Hi, i*dj;- ,ef r i |s :> ctoTHS
. . .ITIStie, LISpkkS, Ae.
*• • I* ' - !<k -rant's 1ST WRITS.
T ; . . r I- usually k ■! I aflrwt-clAM DrrOeieJ*
S . - A.'j'a hw< Will s«U t -.Tjrtb. up, fc-W—t*
I IT IS KECIIIHTOK TIIEKin F ' l|
| • -:— . .- \J . .rabr.'ir-/ alt t - fir as c --*
JOHN i IttMPSON, 'T Malm*.
I'll; r.lMTKltS’_HdK*«.
cl. tarts «' <>wn weir. The are Double Soles, Sew
■ , They are e-jually adapted for Uuntoicen,
>trhrrs 1 lesinsteni Also, a general a»» eluieut of etery
tUur hi-1 worn, cheap at _ _ __
WM WALRR.
»SLu VIUJ INI •" v- K-klt*
\\ tlul.l.d* A !:» <»»,
PRODT7CK
Commission Mcivhants,
S £ COUXER WJLLXCT A.V7> ASt-OA'V A TR SET,
(Tiit-lnmitit Ouli*.
k ’•!: \\ . ateru Produce,andBtAku
f'tta’.i VdTHU s'» C#ll*i»BBWBli Or ttlr, «
1-r h.itdia.- bought and Stored on account of purchaser*.
nil—hr
DlSSOVul’TIO*.
Tnr.-, 'Oiil'T I « 111 MIS'- - dsy -t deed by mu
Mr rieaiiii* int-fi-lmc to remove to the couo
.ntSatie in the business at lit* old stand. And
. ,- . . - •■>.; 'I 1st January
i* K--‘ r partner is author, l d to settle the bti- nru of the
V ,Jcoiu-.ro. WILI-lkM B. CIU'RCU,
WM P. H.IM1SO.
m \ n hues. jbh bjlrit,
Silver a ml I*1:»t«■< 1 Wait).
S. l. TVEKS,
KI»P> .-.-nsssntly <-n let. 1 alirye and , rnjdeteassort- rt
r i .i - .. - eu<- -.i all the j-_, ^
<r. • I , 1, - fru-n U in 1 the public *. , fj
• - , - ,• ... lie would c .1* particular altcu*iou
i it Mi l ..-, h us J - . Jure. • r, b. 1' Adam t
b- th-.llafsl tt Jut*. Kruin-iry, Met y i;e*o<dil> Leat-m, Joa.
0- - hr tted i .- rest lie ib keep*
. - r Ris|s, Shirt
t-.- i . tid t’ ,-f -f i*id > cie Pt *ie lure.i-t Pitia, f-r jeats —
!. ,. le. Coral, La»o,Ca»eo
» P-irtv-, Ht- ...a 1 t‘i iiaf.,1.1 Thlili H-oc.-l-t*, Chath.in
C.. N- t tS»«s. t"-irt-t*. pie* re T- f - Shirt Button., 4- .
* - li-. ti.t,-hi,-S, Pit-ber*. Suit Ctl .rs, Cups. Bc-u-iuet
H iers, Tib K- . I at.d p -.5, U-rry Ppo a*. A»i><ir*itus
i-i. 1 - Totur. piiscr Pi ooiis and b->rIs, flaw SUrar-Plated
IthtUt
il , . off-rsu h tn.lu.-ements thal ea-ino* foil to please 'n
- »■ c. a coil is u ,',-ctfUlly s. i i t.
S A. MTttB,
dek Corner M lift and Pearl P»A
KEHOYED.
ft »t BtHfitM \,.'K , hire r-tf-iw.-l lotheh-N -w Ptcre,
' 1, 1
■ r up e, . » d> 'i1' ' of " • r
• ■ • •. W l .-c- o ■». Fold, J•■;.n-S,C>K'.. .-•RiDC'S
U ... R, y- r • . . u., Portable t.M Woiaa,
M'i 'te# with hoi
» «. .ci 1 * t. •*»; ,’oc Ki .u to »! tie that they
t i>. tV« «r i v cth -r c untry, which
t ■■»•!. StyiMwi’M It dves::; f- >n.
Ail . •.-**. r piaru io.*1 levy till * k c, and fira**** *nd
• null—If
KKiMNK OIL
i „ .ii.
.-j • • . • v. r W.AJUSO,
■ s i : Broad street
. lOIMKTNKKMIlP Mtrit'E.
T ...on. Grocery
I H i ; ,« \> i. o.ier' The budnyas «r!l hS Con
<MMtotMn«ffi. 'V Struct J. W. MPK.
N .. it). Main Street.
^ * —I ttse thia op;. irtu*iT*y i . return me sincere thanka to niy
«;•. tir c Hr I ■ ral «h ,t- of patron ,e- during the laat hree
)•«, v-Jautcit for u.e arw o r. rern iheir nni.uuetl fsvor*.
jrt J. W. nn
USD H R Uta k Oft,
"holes ilk and retail dhi ggists,
Cc- Br ai aa.l Vjitl. Sir ta, E hmon<l, Va.
n ' • .- uga. Medicine*. Chemicals. Lea-ia. Paints. Oils
- • Burii.ag fluid, Oari! n and f loner Seda,
' l*iic rted Pe. turnery and a!l arti. .et in their line of bual
* ' t r fr c- !a tt »• we .pen our new a to re on Monday
•ttt toe tfcfi |uiL, and wdi be p • or ! to aee them.
HMlltk s PI RLDHIKU HOISK.—>KM
ST’.."'. TV a leenturea, br tiaorge Augus
grbrrl Trey*-. or. T ie Duke'» Victim, by 11. W.
• t r
cents; Jana Horton, by J*-;k Brace, K> cents; The Haunt
a .1.1 » < v Er.r.1. if. end Kit! Uft or. Mem .ira
“ 'll v W r; J, _ ce .’t t-W~Mailed, free of pust
... v. :. M Dikiy svws
' • ■ - . ,f Tosarr maCuitii Vasa. Bend
* *P- X. n tm- Ura l, a mammoth Catalogue of all the best
" U Seat free of postage
PKKDKR1C A HR APT. Publiaher,
it Ann Street, New York.
Ar-nta wanted. deft—.Iron
I It tIKICR, — P A S tti.'t and maaa of approved brands
•*d '*ax Arab andOUreOH
, Toa^ut Reana Superior Angostura
•'JMraerntdaadf.rsa why J PTTFTRLDOIORfJR,
’in M Blair A Co.'a build’ug.
Corner Mth and Cary Streets.
ii:n goods !
i ) .
w * - >' * lays. be»u» \ a made Casaimerea, for
*0‘’ •’‘I'Png Sulla, for men and boat.
** BAM’L m. prick a CO,
|#HtJkgs KANII IKON
io * n i. mum* a - in
( 11 TLKH A . „r..» tf».. Knglao J. we are in re
. P Vet »r: ! rabie C Per»
> o ra. ’r..a: the cel- r ate-l manufacture ta of Jar. Rogers A
hem.ul.oltu A Mapptn Urns.
. T R0CFRT~ON A SONS,
No. H Main Street.
]>»»DfcH. —1'Ml kegs Pir P.o ■- Sporting Powder,
«*■_ COMPRISINH
a f and HP in kegs, <ir ktg*. and canlaten
'•are Rite in .jiy and ear eieia
“**•» I>a.k la qra and caidslera
“tarnoad In canaster*
Urn. a n-a. ~AW0“
‘ •a**’ Aega Du Fonts Blasting Powder,
IT**'1'* RiaWis WORTHAM A OO.
i , Agent lor the Mannfacturera.
P°«TLA N I) UHI P, Mi Bbhls. toraa’y by
”_ L A8. B PaVKNPOBT.
V APUIAKa AND fl£l.L»KN“»*Uki
ear. ST** anaoanciag to mar Meads and ths pa>dc that w*
n ^ *Aht an. »-e c taa antly rwcHelog baggy. aalBny and wa
ta, tansmi, of the boat annstala bicaory -
««<«, a (wad trOcimmal of TliwUla man utacture.
M »A*-Uw7Td'fU)*AC^.
ka. M Mata Hm«A
NO ril’E-sshnlrout to (in what v* can to fcu'ld up
• * :r citv, tt have de'ermined to cornmeneo MAM"*
KA.-T! ItlNi. Ol R CLOT.UNO IS TUIS CITY, at the
earhest day at which we can make arrangement* to do ao. _
Ou* Mr. Keen ha* been absent in Kun ji* for the iaal three
«***ilh* selecting g-vi.la for our Spring *a!c*, and frota hi* long ex
perience and weU-knwwn taate. we expes t to *how the most attrao
tlr-itock ever Seen In tUa market By tlte 1st Jay of February
w» shall have In »tore a superb Spring stock for the wholesale
trade, and we earnestly Invite a call from Merchants who have
heretofore gone North. Our extensive operations Important ad
vantages in the purchase of goods, and long experience, enable us
to offer as great i luctpi-nw »a tl we of xny house 111 the Union.
I tr Wesha; fp m this day ..ff r al! WINTKR CLUUIINU at
s i h so/rucf /n.C as will make it to the interest of purchaser to
ant.cipatc their wants.
jttl KKFN, BALDWIN A WILLIAMS.
iJheap < flothmg.
Durable Clothing,
Cront<>«*l Clothing,
At 1 lO Main Street.
("NALL In anil make your selections and buy the goods at your
J own price. We want t. get all the winter slock out of the
wav, and to that end offer such I ntl tietiiiril tw as must attract
and secure sales.
If vou wish to make a good investment, buy a new suit of
led 11 pjiaN A III IX, 11“ Main st.
wti. »ica smith’*
N>oiilli«‘i it Clolliiity .Ujiiiiiiat'torVs
KSTARLISI1ED IX 1850.
11ST B.IC MIVTOKTJD, -\TA
IT IS A fact not s-r enillT known that I rsUblbhctl my Clothing
M Anu:a«t*.rv in this city TICN YK\Kt* AGO, and have constant*
1 ■ |k - . • . I 0ft i • •. • • I BV
-t -'V in Ki* ftr f»l. ** hundred* o? mv imlomun will testify to;
r!i I ha'n t.»- reaped u v I -r *n* froi.i ituie to time, -Atu uow better
l*r 4 -1 to re tve orders for work in larv* or am All qtiiwtfWri
i‘ n lie ret •»-e. 1- ’ will guarantee to »uru‘>b thwujutl a* low as
tii v * m bv* ha • of North-.atu houses, ami equal 1st style ami ma
terial.
I'm- UK i prti-tiiTl mas vi mv BtoinirB (tut bavin? climbed In ut
♦h 1 \ wi * v - :h !**• .< Met>,) I daft* r myself that l can
c-veas ui 'i i is v«>od au article far tlte price anyjfcmse
N rth or :v>uth
1 . : ' .* w *h t.» i 1 up r< t.v Sou’ I err Manufactories,
; . r--’ the old it : ? ! !; us * first, and let Tifew reap the
rev -•! t’.ey s i iy tueri’ Mr past, present or future services,
llo'sn mil.ug, tsfein prove by from seventy-five to one
hu: .'re I hands row In my employ, ami many of them have been
l*’ • . ♦?■• m-inn Pictures .At home, more especially when you
c.t* * Will 4.1 i %1 cost. WM 1R\ SMITH,
114 Main St.
>OTITK.
ndy tlothinr, No. WMalnst.,
Mr. tl. WlllTMH*K. and we will cont'nn** to
v<r.* N !•*•» Main s*., where we will be
rusl'U J rj and the publi in general, bavin?
to mi tufi tore oar clothing here, and we
vr oniersof icv k»nil tube made up In the
r- net: Our *i,*!u*k, we will offer al
• rv t: f Sbvk. Call at
fc MOiUldt CO., Uht Main st
I BLUflL
of Tin: LEUbL.m ul
V. ILL KIND A LA!!.!1 STOCK OF
s r r e ii i u n c i o r ii i x a
AT
Si Al I’sos A fllLLEB'S,
119 flaiit Stmt,
1. n SI VP AON, H»c> meed. I !! T. '.1IM.F®. Not«ow»v.
H£A Qi JLSTE&S
!J3< iciovri n ii>s: it.othiag.
N 1 - Mid **♦•'? be Le?i.-*ii.ture an l strangers visiting the city,
.tj wulfi idbv li t.con the stibsctlher a large and fashionable
! 4" -ftu n f «1 . i l. s own in > unfa «-*. lire, a* low a* the same
. . . S manu
«■ • te:- vara. a:. I »• «u.*c t. • • ie-r» that they *h*l:
• v v : • \ .,tha» nV»’l compare, In every r^s
•t. t, with N r: w<uk tlitfjr ir« low purchasing. A* I am con
i' . loti • • labtaumfii iuretl In KlcumonJ «s low At
a.i v city ta the tniuu. ^ il. bEKNCE%
c: iS-lr Ir.‘l Merchant T..: r,
N I
N hhiio cLOfiinii rou ukn am> bo^.
k of HI
OROCLOflll.N(i, f r !> "ki *1 n tn.l »• vs-Co its, P*nlf,
\ S’.-r*; i . l u • wnt the v. ry lowest prices.
DARKAt H ' ’ ■ ■ A * ■1 .
No. 112 'fain street,
J*»21 Ssccmors to Merchant. WeliiRer A Co. _
SMivv i>% SJiCOATS! 1SOVV OVKHCOATS!
> — W • » ive : • ! • v r . iveJ tv A ’ V™ * Co.’s Express, a
C- . - .. .» of i ! : 11 *»•:: *s an i E ts* OVERCOATS, really
cg«h! an victual T «*•* four rust iraer* wN* have beeu araiilLf
r^u now he sc;; -.c l with s ia«lh>r.* nice. Call at once.
■ IARIHICOl,
No. 11*2 Main street.
Successors to Merchant, WiLtiner A Co.
NOTICE. 1SSS.
K. L>. KKKLINGK
TAILOR AN 0 CLOTH PER,
No. 146 Halil Mr. et,
ww AS ias! refurned from New Vork, and 1* n'.w prepared to ex
II hi'"i!th--. : V.trac' .e »' ck of goods that hr hag ever hud
lb . .. and the public, couaisting In
part of
CLOTHS, CASSI MERES A.\'D VESTIMLS,
Of Uiimv^I styles. which h. will make to order In me most ap
proved maun r. llti warranted to please in all cases.
ALSO.
In store wad roe Iving, a choice selection of gent’s, yeutha’and
chilJr.n'i
RRADT-MA.DE CLOTHING,
of every rr» l» *u I style
(iKSrt.r.MK'nt FURNISHING GOOD?,
«o-h a« HMeta, C< t •, Gto .•«», i*..i Ss and Drawer*; Merino
shirts and Drawer: c« go. I quality.
,e.*> E. D. KEELING, No. 1JC Main street
TOO TilK ft KI.K . In c'ns' ■ icnce of the unprecedeut
J r i . ,, , ; "ii, r Model C urt,' we hare made arrange
ments, (wl "b nt herctofi rc Impossible, rn aeronn! of the great
drma l .0 :«ew Y.rctu uintiy • have a larue supply of this popu
Isr S' t, ns:.!. In every variety of style xml quality, so that
ll,; „ru.-s will n w have them filled regularly and willi
J|~, It 'u •iw ,-e'hen le Agents for tins 81 -t ir. Richmond,
w« would r ->p- lly cal! the attention of t: •»« who have not
seen Our M ■ : I an exaniinatlon, and they win b.-c .me convinc
, iiisti, . . ■f.ii’i.f i -«f <>•!'■,i//t &„rt ever offered
for We are uli' prepared to make to order from scientific
u ensure. rt ..and at reduced nrli-e*. We hare on
k N’a nnunsHoie
GOODS, wt i everything pertaining to the business,
an 1 wi.. :*! will U oicicd »t gri .tlv ml . ed prices.
STURTtCVANT A MAGWIRK,
a Mo. 94 M . n sire -t, Richmond, Vn.
rtltHRI UTKI) M'ISOl«IIT IICON AND
v_> Wl , :1 \! I IN (.-•■. ured by Letters Potent.)—Admirably
, i. •, , ■ . . public Grounds, Cemeteries, Balcony*, Cot
, . . I IPs 11 aril". Patent Wire, Bacliilr.g ltead
«>ea **, with e\--v variety of Folding Iron Beadsteudi andiron
. ■ ,re i ■ : Wire Coal Screens, Ore, Sand and Gravel
ep, P ultry, and other
e Work In great va
riety, for Cardens, Ac.
M. WALK HR A SONS, Manufacturers,
No Mu Market, N. E. irner Sixth street, Philadelphia.
oc6—d! >- _
UO^IK ’1 \ 1)1! NlllllX-I have constantly on hand of
my own luufarture, the loll wing kinds of
Jioots and Shoos:
for Lnillr*:
Gxlter Boots, with and without h"!i
Morocco Lace U-'ots, with " “
0 »at Sain ** “ “ “ *
1'ur f.cutli ui. ii:
Fine Dress Ifi 'ta
g- ut Hoots, single and double Sole,
Ocfoi 1 Tte. and Brogans.
l-’i.r tliiiwa tin.I 4'hllilrcitt
Goat a. d M.a Boots, with and witii iut heels.
C. iB gwns and oxford Tt-»
For smaul Uitmrn:
8t it Goat t'.d hip la.e t ts
For Si rvaul ’Icn :
K. agues and Brogan*.
I --n prep ire i • . make to order atshort nnthe, any of th» above
memion -J kinds JNO. «. PACK. JR.,
o •» at.i. -..
8 doors abore T R_ PRICK A CO._
{>,•« KENT. FACToRN - C!j>
N ire A g-I
■ i .r , Tuba Pa.1■> >ry, W trchouse.or Manufactunug
K«; o . :,t. K: ijireoi t D. ttaeha.
KENT, PAINE A CO.
WANTEDTO UliNT.-A DWELLING with 6orS Agk
99 * , v. Inn In -,uarc* of our store. JO.
DOVE A Co
n\; I I I.1M. 114(1 HE W IM'KD TO LEASE,
, , INI . IE I • ' N*» dwelling house, eouve
| .. . , . r -u .Me h r asntall familr E»r sin h a one, a
’ i \ . 8 >
i Mil RENT OK LEASE. ^
P \. - • . jple I hjr t\ D. N ale 1 I JL*.
I Al- ait.rees v Brick Building In the rear, formerly occupied
&» % printing o#cf.
|".i* eesloa given In Jin>,1<A'. Apple'o
KNDNVl.l« W ALFORD. 91 Pearl St.
WANTED TO HIKE, for ihe ensuing year, a Food
>9 N:- 1 Dining K oiu serranl. Apply at m.V residence,
on iTth street. Church Hill, or at my office, ou the Dock.
I .lew— tf _A. & M.
FOK KENT.
rilllK C. tt-sc* residence on -ih street, recently occupied by
1 I Mr i: II Psvne. adj ning Mr. R. V. Daniel. J«.; has JB
I seven or eight rooms, water, gas, belta, etc., just papered and
1 - ;'J Or NVM r tMMM»
IM>lt KENT. -K*t*!n ng room for the Parke!Office, we 4ft
A will r»*Di • •• aUncrof the brick warehouse, at tb«kftilB
'
I lrsirAblc on** for a and grocery store and for storage.
P was; a given January l«t, W-*. _______ .
KDMOffP, PATPFOW k CO.
tiOK |(|;n T On* Tenement * n north side Basin Bank, ad
joining the office of Messrs. Gooch A leholk Apply to
WAKWI I 'IK
/ ton FIT II %NDN. -Liberal prices will be paid for
1 able-i died , t hands by the Midlothian Company, f^r the
present rear Apply at their office, corner of Main and klevrnin
! HIp^Ffs. secon.l sUrnr. _ Ja»-<CTW
(vOKN U kNTKII.—We wish to purchase a few cargo* of
Curn- ** «OOJ la0jin,r*- °*SHEILDS* jTVl)MERYILI.F„
| RANTED 4, . , • LKk -
10 food BroFne han.la.
Good workmen wld get steady work and the best wag‘-s, hy call
I to* at |ae87] P K '* HI I K S. IS Main
IAOIKN* KOKOt to BOOTS, Thick Sides, with and
J without Heel*, very ftae and superior, at WALSH'S.
,.,U’ rjHDMDl, TWOBJlS ». WHIT ISO,
of LouUaCo., V»., of HanoTurOo., Ya.
JOIlVSTOr *V WIIITIVG.
Grorrr* ami t'onimlwHl«>t> Herrhanli,
Corner 4th and Broad Streets,
R), imt.M>, Ya.,
Keep constantly on hand a well selected stock of
GROCERIES, LHJL'ORJ*, A .Ac.,
i Jaili An.l attend tc the sales of all kind of Countrr Produce.
UAH ^ hb|fc Ext.,c Coffre Mj Granulated,
lhhhil*. New Orleans
Kecelrlng for sale b» __.
fell LEWIS WEBB A JOHN O. WADE-_
Plows: flownii flownits nokccsefok
GOING NORTH TO HUY PLOWS—Tbe subscriber make* er
I «ry rarlety of Plows known among Southwm farmer* and planters
anJ recommend* especial.y his iouXAera /*fe», which use. three
else* and shape, of muloboard* on each Plow, thus adapt*?* It to
. o-y. .ii.!i»uh
300 ■“ *mw ”S3Sii H5Bo*»1’
W |wu»*u* ^urw,g,
RICHMOND WHIG.
Y.EX AND TILXGS IX JAPAN, SEEN THROUGH
AMERICAN EYES.
A FIRST VISIT TO JKliDO.
While our noble old ship, the Powhatan, was lying in
the Woosung liver, eight or ten miles below Shanghai,
Commodore Tatnall received orders from the Secretary
ol the Navy to take the two Japanese ministers home via
Panama, the Mississippi, which had been appointed for
this service, having been out beyond her time, and being
at on.e ordered home. Oar cruise will be considerably
prolonged by this arrangement, since we must wait till
February 2dd (or the Japanese ministers, while besides
this, ih.* ju.ss.ige round toe Horn is about two months
longer than by the Cape of Good Hop.*.
It was necessary for our Commodore to run up to
Jcddo at once to ascertain whether the ministers would
go as hud been stipulated, as tumors were current and
credited generally, that the whole bug tulked-of afl'uir
would be a failure and a farce. Accordingly, September
18th. leaving the Woosung, our course was laid lor Na
gasaki, which we reached in three days. Many faces
were bright with smiles, while the courteous and grace
ful obcisanct—alow bow with the hands touching the
knee.-—wasasalu a'ion as siuceio as universal. Put how
changed all around! Fifteen foreign vessels were an
chored in the harbor, ur.d usually there are twenty, w hile
the "St irs and StrijiV tloatcd from the II. g-siatl of 1.11
American Con-nl! Leaving Xegnsaki ouev more, near
sunset, Sept, 2tNl, we had a smooth sea and (he most
agreeable weather, and passing IV-inm, or the Hilda'
I-i.inds, a smoking volcano, and gazing once more on.
the gland mountain l'u.si-ama on the main land, ns it
broke upon our view, we entered the Pay of Jcddo, uud
about noon, (>ctober bd, cast anchor near Yoko-hatna,
which i- only litec miles south of Kauagawa, and IV
mil< s from Jcddo.
Hou. Mr. Ward accepted Commodore Tatnall's invita
tion to accompany him to Jcddo. Wednesday, Oct. 5,
leaving Yoko-homa, and rouudiug along point which se
parates Jcddo from Kauagawa, this great city for the
iir-t time broke upon our vision; and anchoring at three
o’clock P. M.. about I miles from the shore, eveiy one
was impatient to put his foot upon the .-oil, and explore,
examine, and see i learly what now, through the fogs, and
clouds, and trees, he »iw daikly.
\l". Ward had made his arrangements to call at once
upon Mr. Harris, our tir.-t Minister to Japan, whose 11
hor- have been so houorable to his country, and useful
to Japan and the civilized world. It was fitting, how
ever, that he should not leave the ship us a piivatc indi
vidual. He was the American Minister to China, and as
such -houid be honored in the sight of the Japanese Gov
ernment and people. Accordingly, when he left the ship
the yards were all maimed, and .seventeen report- Irom
the heavy gnus of th** Powhatan, toiling over these
smooth and'juiot waters, and dying away among the
groves and hills which give to the city the air of a forest,
must have awakened memories of the old volcanoes for
which this country is noted.
lieforeleaving the ship, let 11s look around. The Hay
of Jcddo - about ‘do miles wide by 21 long, and i- enter
ed bv a Stra.t ■> miles avid-* and 11* long, called the Straits
of Uraga, from a large town situated at the entrance.—
l'he shore-art* low, with a lev* exceptions, and no moun
tain liue the coast or are ucar it. The form of the city,
as it touche- and stretches along the Pay, is that of a
crescent, the distance between tho poinn- of whose horns
is said to he above tirrntu miJfA—all one continuous
*tre“—a line ol unbroken i*.oeks ol houses mui shop*,
crowded with the teeming population.
A mile octorc the town was a line of five forts, built
upon a .-and bar. on which a sixth, as I obs?rved, was in
proec.-sof construction. They are larg- and well con
structed, as gentlemen of the military p ofessiou assure
me, ihe wail- being of brown giatiite, without cement,
and Igor 15 feet b:gh. Some pieces of cannon were
seen without coming, and others were protected and
screened by mull houses, under which they are placed,
while not a soldier was to be seen, and the preen grass
luxuriating from side to side over the entire plutlorm,
which contained acres in each fort, reminds me of Pan
rather than ot the g<-J of war.
They were beautiful rather than-terrible; like little is
lands of this inland se t, tin own up by the Creator for the
happiness ot life and the adornment of this fair portion
of our earth ; not tor the work ot ini-erv and destruc
tion. Then turn wo to the shipping. Jeddo is not yet
opened to commerce, and therefore no for* 1 ot merchant
vessels are to b ■ en there ; but I counted mbit at Yoko
liama, uiiJ among them an America i, as that i-au open
ed port, as J. . lo will be in 1 '53, the Japanese govern
ment having wisely decided that it would be perilous and
injurious to open all tbe ports at once. Where an in
ure change in the policy of a nation is contemplated, v>d
the non-intereour.-e of ages i- to he exchanged .'or free
intercourse ami unte.-lrlctel commerce, evidently there
must be a training of numerous oflicial* as interpreters
and custom-house oflieers and others, a. well as of the
people themselves.
In this we see the good common sense of the.Japanese,
who p isistently refused larg. r tone, ssions at the time,
though coaxed and urged by newly r.rrived outsiders ;
while in the same fact is seen the assurance of f iture
prudence and justice. Two small steam.-rs, tinned with
eight or ten guns, were lying in port, otlicercd and man
a d entirely by J.»pane-e, though not built bv them, one
being a present trout the i,*ueen of England, and the oth
er built in Holland by order of the Japanese Government.
Three -loops wete anchored near them, built after Euro
pean models, and unarm, d so far a-- could be seen, while
about I'M* large junks, with a single must of great size,
resembling the trunk of a forest tree cut off thirty feet
above its roots, were anchored indifferent parts of the
harbor, and probably above live hundred fishing boats,
o ' diflerehl sixes spreading their white sails, or propelled
b» oat.-, were matured over this put of the bay, giving
to it natural beauty the addition of th»t of art,and the in
terest created by the presence of human intelligence and
activity. Probably a thousand ot thsse fishing boats are
scattered over this inland sheet of water.
The uc\t day after anchoring, the Commodore went
on shore with his tiag I.ieuleuant and your corres|>ond
etit. amidst a drenching ram, which continued for three
d iv - aud night- without cessation and almost without
abatement. A solid wall is built up about eight feet high
along the beach in front of tbe city, and close up to the
long street which winds for g*» miles along the crescent
shore, but without wh uves or jetties, (lights ot stone
»teps being constructed in several pieces lor ascent and
descent, while often a plank lowered down into a bout is
the only and uncomfortable substitute. The good con
dition of this wall is admirable; in its whole extent not
one break is to be seen; not one stone is displaced. Tbe
impression nude by the forts and the wall along this
great heath «f more than twenty miles extent, without
anv sight of the city, is that of tiigh civilization and art.
t"tihke to Pekin, Jeddo is not surrounded by walls; no
magnificent gateway s open lb nr missive do >r.-; no nine
-toi v towers r so and frown above them; and no bastions
and parapets upon the walls with canton peering
through tbe embrasure,or mounted above them, remind
ihe *tiauger its lie approaches the eitv that its happv
people ever understood the art ot war, or that tie lives in
i world where it was ever kuowu. Ascending the flight
of st« [i-, ai.d standing in the front street, and gazing up
on wfiat meets the eye as it turns in different directions,
tlie first feeling is that ot disappointment,—the houses
are so unlike in size and elegance to what he had ex
pected to find them, and the -econd feeling is that of ut
wr bewilderment, as fie sees eveiywhcre tall trees and
groves and thick undergrowth, while hills rise here and
there of considerable size and elevation, all shrouded in
a mass of luxuriant vegetation—bills as rural and rough
as any to be seen in a country town in New England aud
New York, which human foot seems never to have ap
prnaclic I. or tiie hand to have touched.
It was in the midst of a city larger in territory a 4
regulation than London, and yet stemel to tie in a/*-. -
at! That feeling is the one first awakened, and wander
where om* will, aud as long as he will, it is only deepeu
ed; aud, in my case, at lent, nm'e» e more delicious It
is a law, or custom, which amounts to the same thing with
the Japauesc, that every mail is bound to leave on his
grounds as many trees as lie found, and if lie cuts one
down, to plaut another in its place, lienee the forest
eitv. Some groves covered acres, and were in the most
I perfect state of nature, while in other placis, however
I thick the trees were planted, and deep the shade they
I cast, among them were to be s “on neat houses and tine
gardens, and tiie most elegant shrubs dwaifed, and their
branches trimmed into the most fanciful forms.
Tnc distance from the landing or Front sticct to the
I Itou-e occupied by Mr. Harris,i- said to be two miles and
a half. Commodore Tati.all and his Flag Lieutenant took
a 'iugle uorimou, a sort of chair like a box, with mats
ou the iKjuoin, and suspended from a beam which tests
on the shoulders of two or four men, as circumstances
mav require. As for myself, I chose to walk and see,
however the rain poured; and crossing from streitto
street, all of which cross at right angles, wandering
amidst groves, looking into the shops which line the
streets and tilled with the eurio-ites of Japanese art,
jostling amidst the crowds, but always pushing onwards,
we reached the height of a considerable hill, w hen there
instantly burst upon the eye the imperial castle, the mas
sive amt vast palaces of the Dainties, or gr.-af princes of
the empire, all located outside of the walls of the imperi
al castle, while temples crowned the height of hills
amidst the solemn shade of trees, and groves were seen
like native toiests in other directions, and a commit ru
ble river slowly wound its way in another, and wide
street- stretched away in straight lines beyond the
reach of the eye. At once all the first impression was
effaced, aud i felt that 1 was i:i the midst of an immense
and magnificent city—magnificent, uot in splendid houses
md palaces, and stores, and paved streets, and pu! 1 c
works of art like Parks aud Home, and London, but n ag
n ttcent in thut nature which the Japanese have contriv
e I to preserve in the midst of so much art aud such an
l nntense population.—Cor. Jour, of Com.
A Brahyix’s Accoc.vtof ms Cocxtrt.—The Itev. Mr.
GangooD, a converted Brahmin, now travelling iu this
country, delivered, in New Bedford, a lew nights ago, a
lecture ou the manners and customs of the people of
India.
Mr. Gangoolv said that the manners and customs of
Hindoo life tad always been the subject of much specu
lation, and travellers and even missionaries had given to
the world inaccurate accounts ot the peop.e ot India.—
He had been requested to prepare a work upon his coun
try, and be has already done his part of the work, and
It «u In the handa of the Rev. Mr. Ellis, of Charlestown,
and would Foon l>n published. The paste system was ex
plained at some length. The Hindoos were divided into
t'.irty-four easts, of which the Hrnhmin reaehed the
highest, and the banker, goldsmith and shoemaker were
among the lowest. The blacksmith is of a high caste,
because of his usefulness. If a Brahmin eats animal
food he les’s his ea-te, which he can never regain. The
subject of birth was next treated. The birth of a male
child was always made the occasion of great rejoicing,
wl.il? tho birth of a female child was hardly noticed.—
The mother of live or six girls was always the subject of
scorn and derision, and never went into society.
There were but three castes in India thatcouid not read
or write. The strictest attention is given to the educa
tion of t oys in India, while girls never go to school.—
The discipline of Brahmin life in some Instances was
grand. A Brahmin rises as early ns five o'clock, walks
out and gathers flowers, and bathes before the sun rise?;
if the sutt sees one ol this class in bed, the fourteen gein
r itions of his ancestors will bo punished in eternity.—
Women must bathe every morning before they go into
the kitchen; if they do not people, will not eat their cook
ing. Brahmins must keep silent while at the table ; if
they speak tvnile eating, they are obliged to go without
food the entire day.
The marriage system was next considered. Hindoos
do not know, striutly, what marriages are. Neither the
boys or the girls have anything to do with this matter.
Barents make all matches, and the parlies have no idea
to whom they are to unite their destinies until they ar
rive at the altar. The marriageable age of gills is from
seven to ten. mill that of boys from thirteen to twenty
five. A girl at thirteen years of age, unmarried, is eott
-idered an old maid past all redemption.
In regard to the burial ceremonies of the dead in In
dia, many things bail been said anil written bv travellers
that were untrue. Tlte burning of the bodies of widows
upon funeral piles of the husband was explained and ue
conuted for by the fact that when a woman’becomes n
widow she must always remain in that situation, and they
weie never thought anything ot or treated respectfully,
andniinr of them,in view of these facts, preferred death.
This custom h is, said the speaker, been recently abol
ished by the British government.
n I SMOU TION,—The co partnership ot CltKNSimv,
IJCAII.KS W CO., Is tllasolvcd hv the death of Mr. ('n/_s-a tie
All personsIndebted to us will plots* make immediate pnvm.Mil.
anil those lutYlng claim- against as will present them to either of
the Harming par nert lor payment.
CO-IM UTS KKSIIIP.
The undersigned have this dav, formal a r(> partnership, under
the uam< and style of TIIO.MA* 1>. QUARLF4 A SONS, for the
purpose of conducting a central retail l>KY GOODS buslru-a, in
tie home occupied l»y the late firm •• f Crenshaw, ijuarl*» A Co.—
\V- respectfully solicit the patrocagi* of the late concern, and will
conduct our business on the same terms. We n ill rend re our
soring stocic during the month of March, and will der tvery in
dui’t mcnt to the trade to purchase of us.
\Ve »!ihH retain in our employ Messrs. O.S.»!.!% of Caroline
county; R"nr. I*. PixrLrros, of Essex; IVw D. otAKi.ri, Wu A.
Ri.* .ix anti Wm. II. Toi.ox, of Richmond, who will be pleased to fee
their fi lends.
THOMAS D. QITARV.K«,
TIIOMAS If. oi:ARI.ES,
fi*25—6t BFNJAMJK M. QUARLB8.
CLARKSON A ANDERSON,
Nn. b«;. MAIN STItKKT, RICHMOND VA.
I MPORTERS an t Jobbers of ilutlware, Cutlery, Guru, Ac., offer
. for tale at low prices—
...O' o pulr Trace Chain*,
i.Vl •* PUge Trarei,
‘Jo ■ I.op, Ox nioi Fifth Chains,
fat Ihotrn Halter Chains,
ho •• fixek, Hi- art anil Tonxue Chalr.l,
li o •* Horae amt Mule Humes,
:»i •• Ft age aiel Omnibus “
8A0 11 Grays and Grain Scythta,
lilt) “ Scythe Snath ,
“ Grain Cradles,
“ Hilling and Weeding IIoci,
“ lltjr and Manure Forks,
“ Shovels and Spades,
“ Curry Combs,
•* c»tivn, Wool and Horse Cards, da.
Cottons, Cram, HoAS.tK.vkoa and Ism ssu, la
aiTaTluX, Sons* feat, or any affection of the Throat
CURED, the Hackt.va Cot on, !n Cotwi urrMS,
lisnsenrm, Wbikipixo Cnru*. A.-thma, Catamsh,
RELIEVED by BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCH
ES, or Cocuii Uulshki.
‘•A timvln and elegant arm'i nation for
Cocr.HW, Ac." Dr. G. V Inoktow, Boaten.
“ / recotraaend their u«e to Preuc Srt sckbs "
Rxv. K. II. Cbipix, New York.
** Jfoaf kalutary relief in Bsoxctfrris.”
Rxv 3. Sx-.orHtyp, Morristown, Ohio.
"Beneficial ud.en compelled to apeak, wferingfrom Com "
Itev. 8. J. P. Asnsnsox, St. Louis.
«Effectual In remaring Ihmr.ene** and Irritation of the
Thriiit, ho common irith Jpiuiihkud Sim.ms."
Pr. f. 'f. STACY IOHNS(»V,LaOrunge, Gu.
Teacher of Music, Southern Female College.
“ Great hen eft ichen lai n be/,re and af'er j.reaching, at they
prevent Ilonrei ne*n. from Vine pad tft- *, / think they will be
of permanent ad rantige to me."
J r Riv. E. Rowlkt, A. M.,
President Athens Colic je, Tennessee.
Retd by all Druggists, at SI 5 cents per box.
Also, Bx -wk' I.ASATivsTkuOHa-.or (tifA.trto■ Loeenge*.for Ove
pejai t, Indige-tian, Orautipati■ i, Head‘ hr, If.’ioue Affection,
Ac.
Sold, wholesale and retail, by
no*J-d*«e«ra FISHER 4 WINSTON.
nNI Ol HAGE HOME IHANUF U TI R ft.
l‘j rhe unde e.T.i-J tnaniifa' tures and keeps ronstantly on hand
at tt - Richmond Iron and Steel Works, a large and flue assort
U- fined and common IRON, consisting of all sire#, Bar, Band,
Hoop and Scroll Iron.
Tire Iron, Ovals and llalf-Rnundj.
Horse an I Mule Shoe Iron, Rounds an J Squares.
Lightning Rods round and square.
Agricultural Drum Teeth Nut Iron.
Tobacco Mill Tapered anil Plate Iron.
In short, every description nf IRON that may he ordered
Ah Railroad 1 rug -Tr El., Steel Coach, Buggy and Sulky TIRES
and if uirrv Half-Round Steel. JAS. HUNTER,
MU sm» Richmond, Va.
Jyy-Ai: sires of PUNCHED WASHERS on hand or made to or
!■ -
SOUTHERN STONE-WARE
y%) POTTER AT, W)
CORNER OK CARY AND 12th STS. \_f
RICH MON f*, VA.
KEESEE Sz PARR,
PROrRIETORS.
mill' subscribers respectfully Inform t e merchants of Virginia,
I N rth Carolina an s Tennessee that thev are manufacturing the
beet quality STONE-WARE, consist • of JUG8, JARS, PITCHERS,
MILK PANS, CHURNS, BREAD 1USEK8, SEALING FRUIT jAKa,
(air tight) Ac*., A1**
Also, neatly pilule*! charcoal pa* k d M nT**r Coolers, both rnctul
and wood eases, of all itm-a, from two gallons to 2d gallons.
ry* til ware s.dd by us will be delivered In any part of the
•£■
WHOLESALE —(Established in 1886)— RETAIL.
STLKISIV^A. piillev,
101 Itroiwl StriM‘1, Rirliinwnd, Va.,
KEEP constantly on hand a large and varied assortment
of
EARTHENWARE,
CHINA, GLASSWARE
* HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Of every description, together with an elidleis vatiely of
Fancv Goods.
Alio, always of Uie latest andmoet approved pattrrns, a eplen
GAS FIXTI'Rf.S,
Consisting of Clinnilellcra. Pesuluntw, Urarlcetw.
llropal"Ilia, ,Yr. ..... , .
t\ shall endeavor t.> keep up nurlong established reputation r.r
furnishing the itaei nls hi the lowest prir.-s, and respectfully au
Hell a call lr..ui our lily ai.d ci.uulry f iends, hefuie purchasing
elsewhere. BTKBB1NH .1 PULLEN,
_iy 101 Broad St.
HOVIFSI'I N C ASSI.VIEUKS.—I have now in Moira
tine iss.rttne t of YOUNG A WINSTON "it ROCK I8LAND
Mil IS CApSIMKKKS. which I will make to order St short notice and
fair prlcts at the Southern Clothing Manufactory.
ft.oj 111 Main street,
I^A< PMlercea “John Shay’s ' celebrated sugar cured canvass
ed Hams
10 tierces "George l.ane'i" sugar cured Canvassed fami
ly Shoulderi
“111..,tea 41 George I.one's" sugsr cured hreakfist Paeon.
fc25 lot sale by K. H. SK1NKKK»CO.
C1IIKFNK.—100 boxes prime catting t'lteeae, suitable for re
BRISKER A 00.
\T A alls We have iust npenel an assortment of those Lean
1 tifliUkSTIOl'U VASES. »f various designs Chill and see them.
STaitlllNB A PULL**,
1,25 101 broad Street.
11(11 I'M v«. PLATE POLISH, au > ■ .i.'-nt prepa
J ration for cleansing -d Pm™.
101 llroad Street.
\ l m.im V APPLE BRANDI fbrsil by
\ EDMOND, DAVENPORT A CO.
SIDES. Prime Cincinnati Ilacon Sides for sale by
, . • ' EDMOND DAN I SPORT A CO.
HtZ vi< D’s SPORTING AND RIFLE POW
for sale by_, * «. B. DAVENPORT.
CHAVIPAGNE CIDER, lu bottles or by the gallon
Old Irish and Scotch Whisky
pan- Old Virginia Applebrandy
Pure Holland flln
Ritmgatliner’s, Richardson’S, Aney s, Snnnnf rdeen Lackey s pure
Virginia Mountain Dew, Sherman and many other kinds of Old Rye
Whiskv some eight years old. For sale at retail by
’ * 1 J. e. ROBERTSON,
frj| Cor. Franklin and Governor sts.
“I iV HIKKIN!) stipes lor Orange co. BUI Tjj-IK fresii and nice,
III 6 kegs Cooking Patter. AM j-St t o hm.l ”, ml for sale at re
ttil hv J. S ROBERTSON,
fe24 Cor. Governor and Franklin ais.
,„uv hi s.NOl WHITE IRKROER POTATOES
1\J\J Dri-d Apples, .iri- I Peaches
Navy Beans, Black Eve Peas
Onl ns, Cui'ttmbrr Pickles,
buckwheat. Ac., for sale by
fel4 _ J). R0I1KTTS0V._
Ofrrk r,i!>ES LICORICE.—ComprisingtheO C., R. R
s >»)U and “Aandford" Brands For sale by
HARVV, ARMI8TEADA WILLIAM.
Hoyles celebra ikd rose uiiiskkv,
f.»r sale by fe.M—Ht_1 A O. B. I> A \ KMMKT.
K. G. VI ITCH ELL’S M PIIHIOK llV DdAI L
IC CANDLES, plain and fancy boars, f..r sale by
Ic«4_S[ J. A O. It. DAVENPORT.
mUl/LL’S HIGH PROOF PI RE VIOLA NS IS
X RUM, landing for sale by 8t 1 A G. B. DAI ENPORT.
riVIVIOTlIY SEED.—a prime lot In store and for sale
X by ROBINSON A ROBERTS,
| ftg4 _Corner cf Cary and lath streets
,)AABHLVi (BCSHED, PI LVF.RI/.ED, A
Z(H) COFFEE AND STUART'S C. YELLOW gUOARnowrc
! celrlDg for sale by_WM. WALLACE BOS«
-o HALF CHESTS BLACK. TEA
,)| f list boxes and half chests Black Tea receiving for sale by
{t!jWM. WALLACE PONS.
GDORDEAl'V Cl ABET.—M0 cam—for sale by
I)r," L A0.B. davenport.
TO PLANTERS AND GARDNER!
11IIK stihseUber* offer for sale 65.' «d hbl*. of poudrette, made by
. the Lodi Manufacturing Company, In lota toault purchaa#>a.
Tida article la In the twentieth year of It* Introduction Into tMe
j country, and has outlived fertilizer! of every description, for the
] the following reasons:
1st. It Is made from the night toll of th" city of Near York, by
I the L. M. Co., who have a capital of over flOft.fJUO Invested in the
I business, which Is at risk should they make a bit J article.
2d. For com and vegetables it Is the cheapest, neatest and han*
! diest msnuro In the world, it car, be placed In direct coitnet with
j the seed, furee* and tisena vegetation two weeks earlier, i.rmnts
the cut worm, tfouWee f/ie crop, and is without dUtijr/titOlf V Av,
Three dollars worth or two barrels Is all sufficient to manure an
acre of corn In the hill.
Pf.tcx—1 hbl f i ; t bbl«, ft PO; f> tibia. fa, and over 6 lihla. f I fat
per libl., delivered free of cartage to teasel or railroad In New
I York city.
A pamphlet containing every Information, an I certificate# from
| farmer* all over the United Stales, who have used it from two to
; seventeen years, will be sent free to any one applying for thesame.
ORIFFING BROTHERS a CO ,
I felt—2m _ CO Uourtlsndt It. N\ Y.
BROWNING, MOORE A. CO.,
AUCTIONEERS,
FOR THE SALE OF NEGROES,
Will give their undivided attention to the sale of Negroes,
V*~ Office on Franklin, a few doors tielow Wall street.
ItT* Open for business on Monday, Fell, rt, 1»G0,
j J*.'!|—ilsrtf
BALTIMOKB, P«b*y 1*1,1:1 iff.
THE Copartnership her tofore existing between the subscribers,
under the firm of CAPROX A OWVN, was. by muluil Foment,
dissolved on the ltd idt. Either partner is fully authorized to sign
the mime of the firm .u the settlement of the bu-inr-s.
IL J. CAPROX,
JXO. K. OWYN.
Richard IUylor, Esrp, of Uaacx County, Va., has this day formed
a eopa't tership with IL J. Capron. under the firm of li. .1. CA
PKON 4 CO., which firm will continue the business Ulely conduct
ed by Cwpvoa A Owyn «
K. J. Capron is the active member of the firm. *
RIUH’D BAYLOR,
Fss*x Coontr, Va.
fel—dAcIm IL .1. CAPRON.
R. J. CAPRON. RICH’M BAYLOR,
K.S-.-X Co., Va.
It. J. ( APRON A CO.,
GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
D7 HowIjVa YYlinrr,
BALTIMORE.
fel4—Gin
VIARII.
our Fall and Winter Sloe* of Clothing, w- are determined to
sell al a shade above cost. Our object Is to turn at mu-h of our
stock Into money as possible. We offer Ih greatest inducements
ever offered before. We respectfully invite our friends end the
public generally to cxll and examine for themselves. Nr I unbug.
fell 8IMPSON x MILLER.
I|OOK»-Bi
J I JAMIB WOODHOUBE 4 CO.
Life and Times o( Gen. Samuel Dale, the Mississippi Partisan.—
By 4. F II. Ciailiorue. Illustrated fl.
i ifeln Spain, I'ast and Present. By Walter Tbornhury. With
illustrations. I.
Lucy Cro'lon. By the author of Margaret Maitland, Ac. 75c.
Harper's tireek and Latin Texts. .Yfschylus. -c'e.
Harper's Greek atol Latin Texts Hnfr.tius. 4tte
The Ancient Church; its History, D ilrlne, Worship and Consti
tution, traced from the tirs*. three huodrrd vraia. By >V, D. Kdteu,
D. I). 1 rul, mo. f ;
Leetures of the Fpialles of Paul to the Thelsalnnlane. Bv John
U Be, D D. 2.
Title Hunting. Bv E. I. Lewellyn. 1.
Reminiscences of Rufus Choate, the great advocate. By E. fl.
Parker. 1 50. N- «• tupply.
U nnraentary on the Pentateurli. From ttie Oermsn of Otto Von
Grrlach. 2 !*'.
Humanlc*. By T. Wharton Collins, Esp 1 75.
Together with a number of other late and Interesting BOOKS.
fel 7 _ JAMES WOODilOUSE A i 0
CLOTHING
FOB THK
SOUTHERN TRADE.
THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
or
RICH AND MAGNIFICENT
SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING j
EV ER OFFERED !!
JAMES WILDE. Jr.. tNc DO.,
No. :iHH ltttO.ll>WAY,
BETWEEN WHITE AND WALKER STREETS,
New Y'ork,
Air HOSE GOODS have been long and favorably known through
*• N
Ing for Spring and Summer Wear will be ready for the inapectlun
of buyer, on the First of February, at which time U will be full and
complete.
We would rail particular attention to the fart that all order* .<-nt
too will be carefully filled under our own MI’IEIII t'lE
81'PEJtVISION, To thoae who vlwlt our marke'.we reaped
fully extend an Invitation to call aud examine our atoek before
making their purchases. felO—2m
GREASE EXTRACTOR,
twit KEUOTIRO
FAL\T# TAR, WAX,
OR ART I.Ill* Of
G R E A S E,
raox itb ktsps or
SILK AND WOOLEN DRESSES,
AND FROM
Krondoloths, Ca^simores, &c.,
Without tin *llght**t injury to thffitbvU'*.
THIS article ha* been used by many person* throughout the
country, and ha* receli ed the highest recomm**nd.ilh>ni. It
alao received the illver medal at th** last Mechanic*’ Fair. It 1*
inadp In tills city, arid deserve* the patronag- of the South. To he
had of the principal druggist* and at iny laboratory, corner Main
and lOtbst.-, Richmond, Va. KDA’AKHT. FINCH,
UlS—ly Analytical Chemist.
STILL AHEAD!
DOUGLAS & SIIKIiWOOD'S
NEW SKIRT,
THE
“BELLE OF THE SOI TII,”
The moat perfect and beautiful skirt ever produced ;
MADE WITHOUT CLASPS,
and warranted not to get out of order,
12
8, 11, 15,20,25,30,35, >0 and 50 HOOPS.
EVERY' LADY'
IS REUI K>TED TO E\AMI*»K TIIIM BEFORE ITRCHAj-ING
OTHER MAKES.
Wholesale Dealer* Supplied l»y
IIOFGLAS «fc SHERWOOD,
51, 63 A 55 White Street,
feld-lm NEW YORK.
IMPROVE VODR EYESIGHT!
n, J. Fit A Mi LIN A t'O., OPTICIANS,
fes*’ ' v ^
! Offer to the public of Richmond and vicinity their Improved
CRYSTAL
PEIMSCOPIC SPECTAC LES,
for preserving and restoring the Impaired vision to Its prime vigor.
Chrystal Glasses si t In old frames. Also, a eery Urge aasorliuent
| of MICROSCOPES, Tt I.ESCOPFS. OPFItA GLASSES AND M ATIIE
I M AT1CAL INSTRUMENTS. The linen collection of Stere
scope* and Ster< *CO|»lc PlftUfi'S, to he found In a great
i variety at their office. In the building occupied by the City Paring*
I Bank. No. 11-H .10 it., Rlchmoa 1, ti ja80—dly
moo. KPRIXO Tit U>E. iwo.
SMITH, J!HOOKS & CO.,
1M ro RT ERS AND D E A LE R A
IN
Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, Saddlery, and Anchor Bolting ( loth
No. 22 PRARL STEF.T,
RICHMOND, VA.
TNVITP attention to their large an I elegant STOCK of GOODS,
i ju*t received direct from the mauufac.urera, and purchased up
Ion the heat terms. They are prenared to convince the merchants
and saddlers of Virginia. Tennease and North Carolina, that they
can sell them G00.U, In their line, on equal terms with any house
In our own or unv of the Northern markets.
Their stock Is full and complete, emhra, Ing every variety of
I SHELF AMI HEAVY HARDWARE.
ALSO
I Raddle Bridles, Whips, Patent and Enamelled Leather, Hog
| Skins, beige Lining Skins, Bridle Bits, Ae., Ac. HOES—Hilling,
I Weeding, Grubbing, a great variety, Ac., Ac.
gfy Orders reapeetfully solicited and punctnally attended to.
feU-tf_
EH PLOT.71 ENT.
S\ A MONTH AND ALL EXPENSES PAID.-An agent la
O* * wanted in every town and county In tne United Slates,
t.l engage In a respectable and easy business by which the above
profits may he certainly realized. For further particulars addteaa
Ur. J. Hs.nrv WiHS'R, comer 12th Street and Broadway, New Yotk
City, enclosing one Postage SUn.p. ii>24 dAw4m
VI I I. K * N FINK DltKSS BOOTS .» N I» MAI
Jyj n IKS. A large supply just to hand, from which we believe
wc shall he able to fit all who may favor us with a call.
PUTNEY A WATFS,
No. 11S Main at. Richmond. V*.
IlirH.TIOND KIANUFACTI KEO FKKT1L.I
; it, /.ERS—
Fine ground Bone Dust
Amroonlated iuper-Phosphate of Lime
Improved Manipulated Guano.
Prenared by S. Hartman, general agent, and for sale by
fe*2-Hm BACON A 1U3KERVILL.
Rr.FSF S l>I(OSI'IIO*PKKl VI IN’.OR ’1 \M
PULATliD guano. ti.mjHUitil tt.l,i,l,.hj f I’tnirinn nil
Sombrtro Qumtn, nut half tath.—Tola fertilizer hits been used In
Virginia for the past four year*, for Tobacco and Wheat, wRb 1 -
au|t 1 fully equal to Peru vie a Guano. It* adc-nUgcs are conve
nience, and permanency in 1 * effect, »nd economy, it* cost helug
If. per cent, let* than Peruvian. Price |VI per ton of 2 IM) lb*.—
For tale by STOKES A K1VKS,
fell!—4m_flom.T Usev aei.t ir,.|. I’l - • 1 '
Morey and syiithm* elastic bxikn
SION SYRINGE—This elegant self Syringe, we can confi
dently recommend to the Faculty and the Public generally, a* be
ing one of the best manufactured. JA9 H. PEaRCE A CO ,
ht2 Druggists. Cor. Broad and 9th Street!, Richmond.
Gl RKVRV.lt AND EDDY’S ELASTIC NY II*
INOE — We hav lust received a lot of these Syrlogea, which
we can recommend ani ^Vl-EARCE A CO., Druggist.,
ffW Cor. BroaH and 9th »U.t Richmond.
B* Our. 9th and Broad Btv.
VRTinOIAIi TBKTH. j.
Tilt. > 'incurLAti TIC PROCESS.
I (». W. JONES, Diivtwt, having pUr, baaed the (Tfr, «Ba
! right for the above mole of making Teeth, and be- ^ -*-i JLT.F
1 Ing entirely satisfied of Its abs.tute superbully over the go|.l, silver
or pUlitis method, he van with ronfidence t-eiitmend It to ell who
| may desire full or pari*! sets of Teetli—and especially to »uch as
, fray he rtbuxIDIled with thosethey .re nos using. In this proves),
: all of the Objections to the gold plate ar« removed— the econo* be
ing perfe t, secure* comfort and stability to ihc Cl—and the Uetb
being embedded lit li.e metal, the food Is excluded from under o
: betu eon them, and they are therefore «f. otiftr, cleaner, smoother
I and in every respect better.
| In coi. eqneurv if the perfect s.lspUlh.n of the plate to the
i mouth and the su Don thereby secured, ho < an Insert one or more
teel'i iril'.i clasps—and In all catis guarantee a perfect and sat
Isfni'fory tit, or no charge.
ThD metiit).I having been adopted and eommentfdt.y those stand
ing 1 ugliest In the prof. »»lon. North and ?.uih, testimonials wiil be
gtven an 1 specimens exhibited In any who may drsirc to see them.
Thus* wishing to exchange the old method Mr the new, tl,e!r old
plate will J-e taken In part pay. Oitlre opposite Corinthian Hall.
Office hours from S to RJtf, from 8j$ to 6. oc7—ly
jJAf’ON, I.AIID, IH’TTHU, CTII'KNK, Ac.—
> z-'. Id,ile Hams, Shoalderr, b.drs and llreaats
fill Mils i>rlme leaf Lard
?."• tubs prime fiosh. n llutler
ft) boxes prime (ioshcu C! -s»
1 Id boxes E. I>. do
likf bills, refined Sugars
SO bids, prime Jersey L'iJer
•hi do No. 1 Mack rel
1 *M» do No. ft do
gii do Freni's Buckwheat
idi do nesy crop N. (1. Mi.Usses
ftl do ddifr Vln. gar
l-oo packages assorted Teas
lie) dozen assorted lire.-.ns
100 do dj Falls
r> le«. Sul Soda
h do Hr. v's asserted Shot
2 do prime Co ltish
Landing per -tea:;..- s and packets from New York, Pldla.lrlpt a
and llallliuoie, fur sale low by WM H.TYi.KR,
jal'i lbtli street, betwien Main and Cary.
vniUTii t
Bl'RMSU AM) 11 ERIl ATI.MJ COAL OILS.
TIIL GREAT KANAWHA OO VL AND OIL COMPANY,
“Consisting ..f xuivg. iri/.ass or on on > .Stats.” has appo.nted ui
Ag-nts forthe sale of ilitir justly celebrated
BrRM.Vi’r AND LI BRK'ATIXC COAL OILS,
the quality of whirl, if warranted rot; and t'NAi-ctTiauTxn.
We Inslte the .'.’lection of Apothecaries and IL-slers Ihrougliout
Ih Buie to oar supply, which will be large and told by trAofemfle
orify at I • lowest Faelury prices.
GOOCH A ECHOLS.
DINNOLt THIN OF IMIITKI UM1IP.
rillTK ■ -1. ol “J A C. PA WILL” w 11 <li,solved on -1st Per.,
8 IsAO, I v nivual ci m .t.CIIAS PANNILL retiring. Th. hooks
11 I . heen transferred to JOE, PAN
NII.L, who will .octibuethe Cum.ulssion i .usin.es at per annexed
notice. J. PANMLL,
C. PANMLL,
Riomioxp, Jan. 3d, IsfiO.
o my.
LIMITED PA HTNRRPHfP.
rilllE subscribers, JOSEPH PtNNILL, a re-ldent nfliicrllycf
1 Ilf. Inn ...I, su ! T1I0MA BKl't P, a resident »l ihe c-.unty of
Halifax, Stat- of \ rginia, have this day formed a "LIMITED
PARTNERSHIP," tit, f.-r ;he style ar.l tir.n of “J. PaNNII.L." for
ll.r purp >se of rotidu.-flog a-Vommlsrion business" lit the city of
Kh-hm.inl, Vlrpi.U, to ,-. clime until the first day of January,
(l'"l) 1 I* , nr;-t i.sx.id eight Ire,I andslxtr-four. JOSEPH
PANNII.L i.r • .i.xniAi imrsm. "TMOMAB BRUCE la -rgrtstram
Ncn," and ;t« x nl. has this lay contributed to the capital stock of
the firm thi ... .r ten ... and dollars ($10,000.) Witness our
hand and seals this 8d day ol January, 1-rCd
.1 PANNII.L, (Seal.)
THOM AS BRUCE, (8caL) ,
corf.
CiTT nr RtcHgovn, Ortrc nr Vixolglt, To wit t, H. M. RritTos, a
Justice of th. Pr.u-e in the City of Bl. f tnr.iid, ,h> hereby certify
that Joseph Pannllt, the “general partner" named in the writing
heretofore annex d, bearing .late January fid, 1 add,thin day made
...ith tiefore me t| it the sum stated in the said writing as contribu
ted l.y the“rpeual partn.-r" has been actually paid In by him In
cash,
(liven under my hand this 3d day of January, 1 -fy>
ia-l -2m It. M. lil ltTON. J P.
jus. PiX.vm., of Richmond, tho?. ski i s, of Halifax, Va.,
‘•Uxner.il Partner." "Special Partner."
J. IMNNILL,
Commifasion. Merchant,
HtfOlKOE HAHEUOl.SE L’l lLDl.Vti,
RICHMOND. VIRGINIA.
^TRICT perfunnl att« r.\ n ffven to the au’.-of Tobacco, Wheat, I
O < bn . i I Agr to al Pi dm la | rocraUj. Ordoi for
fertiliser*, Krocerles, a -., carefnlljr and promptly executed.
j»f>— «12ni
BRAND CUTTING.
rilHF under* ? I v.'-i* r**in I hi« shop under the TOBAC
I CO PXOHANOF, corrv r 1 tti and Cary HU , begs leave to In
form Us cuvinnier*, aud the Public u»-nerally, that hvi* now ultu
ited so aa to w irk (whl b he nay be ton rt I wdh) la
the b**pt workr; .»nl!ke meaner,:*'1'! at th^hort-it pot lblenotice If
yon want a Brand for Tobacco,Klnnr.Gmlu l*ag»,Machinery,or any
other artlHeajoa may, manufacturer*, tend In your order«,and we
• ill accommodate you on the tno*l re a tunable terms, aud guaran
tre to g.veyou entire •tatUfacllon.
AUo, a flue lot of Branding Brashes, K«-t ChecVs, Brass Letters,
A . A E. GRAHAM, Brand Cotter,
rmlerTobacco Fichange,
Cor. Idlli A Cary fits., RlchiuouJ, Va.
msii* ;u:oiii:R\<»i:.
milE undersigned have this day form- d a r< nxr>-ershlp under
A the style of ILLSI'AL'Uli a ID AD, for the purpose of con
ducting the Rif IP BROKERAGE busiti ■, and respectfully solicit
the patronage of H eir friends and the public.
A. MIUSMUQH,
JAMES o. r>:ad,
Cxry and ISth streets, nesr Hie Dock,
p.i hmosd January 1st, 1S60 jyH-ly
DONNAN A ( <»..
Commission M.er< • 11 nntn,
SUOCKOE HUP,
lilrlnnoiid. Virginia,
CtONTTNI'E to give particular attention to the sale of Tobacco,
J Wheat, Corn, Cotton or other country produce, consignments
of which are respectfully solicited. ]aJ4—d8m
EEBMAKVlaHTTm
GREAT SILK SALE.
mHOMAS K PRICE A CO. willolfer, fora few weeks, a large
L lot of elegant Milped, Plain and Figured-Ilroohe
Itlack and Colored Mika,
to ihelr friends and the public, at about half their actual value.—
Many of these goods are just as desirable ss those w hich have beet}
recently brought, or which may be biought in for pprlng sales.—
Rut ss they are determined to reduee this department of their
stock, the enormous sacrifice will be made. To prevent confusion,
they will be exhibited upon th> lr second floor, to which Hie special
attention of the ladies is called.
In addition to which, within a few days, they have added to their
extensive assortment, many new and choice Hoods. Amongthetn:
Illusion Capes and Sleeves,
Ladles an ! gents Kid 0 oves,
Brussels Point Collars
Thread Lace do
Brussels Polut Setts, very elegant
Linen, Cambric and Muslin Pells
English and American Prin's
Black Bombasines: Hosiery
Hoop Skirts; Cssrimeres. Ac., Ac.
Theli housekeeping and domestic dep.n tmrnt hat also been ful'y
replenished, having received
Linen and Cotton Sheetings: Table Damasks,
Blown and bleached Domestics; Towi lings
Damask Doyles and Napkins; Cotton Diaper
Blankets, (both servants and bed)
Irish Linens, some great bargains
They will continue to receive Goods ov every arrival, and by the
time the Spring Trade fully opens, the) will be able to as-ure their
friends, that they will exhibit a rtock, wbiili. In extent, selection
and variety, wlllb.- fully e<|ual to any which they have ever had It
In their power to show.
As lar as p -slide, they will be stocked with THEIR OWN IM
PORTATION*, stnl at the same time will endeavor to have repre
sented In their “apply, all articles either of Woollen or Cotton Fab
ric, made in our good old Piste, or in these South of tis, which they
will give pti.tulneui'e to, by Introducing to tbe friends and custom
ers of the House.
felfi—tf THOMAS R. PRICE A CO.
IlECOU \ A UrCMIMeA.KI*.
Oommippion Merchants.
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
IXf E, the undersigned,have tid-i dsy entered Into a Co partner
Tt ship, for tl o purpt-- .,f • onduvting u general COMMI88ION
sn i FORWARDING JiK8INEi8 under the name an.l style of
BROWNMCCLELLAND They * I give their strict personal
attention ,to the saieof TOBACCO, WHEAT anJ BRODICK gen
erally, ari l to ttie purchase of Fertilizers and Mi rchandbe.
0tl.ee on Busin bank, neat door to Deane, Hobson A Janies.
ALEXANDER BROWN,
J. BKl’CK M’CLKLLAND.
They refer to
Meoiri. Johnston, Tounter A Otey, Messrs. James B. Ferguson
jr., A Co , Dr. J. Grattan Cuhell, Ri- hmnnd ; Hon T. 8. Fh crony,
\ -
Lynchbcft; Col. 8 M< P R. i.t, E. 8 Tuttrller, Rockbridge co.;
Mayo Cabell, E. M. Cabell, Nelson co.; Hon. Wm. C. Rives and D.
J. Ilct ook, Z. II. Lewis, Albeinatle co., Va.; Judge L. P. Thomp
son, Augusta cn ; John Thompson, Jr., Amher.t co.
January 1st. leTa). la"—tlatMh
\> i t Hitl,s. NEW CHOP NMV OKLKANS BO>
< • ) '' LA.'hi.i— In store and lor -ale by
laid M. JONES.
SltAI*. - ic-o boxes ( ol| t P
cdrtng, for tale WM. WALLACE 80N8,
1860. SPRING TRADE. 1860.
ililOIKii: 8TAHRETT,
(Govtas.-a srp.rrr, Ricttenyp Vs )
(s FPEH8 for sale the following If-t^of articles, of his own
* n anufacture, viz :
Tin Ware, of all kinds,
t-heet Iron and Copper Ware,
Cast and Shed Iron flows for wood, 12 varieties,
Sheet Iron ftoves for wood, 12
Cast and Sheet Iron Stoves for coal, In “
The Rrtlllant Gas Burner, 3 sizes,
Portable Boaters, 4 **
Portable Grate, 3 “
Diamond Radiator,
Factory Stores,
Hlchmond Portable Furnace, 3 ••
Licorice Boilers, (for wood and coal,) P “
Portable Ovens, 6 “
pff~ Also, constantly for sale, the ra.>»: popular STOVES, RAN
GFIS and HEATERS now made, and repairing plecis for (he same,
always on hand. f<13—dArlm
R EM< )VAL.
TO OI K CUV V.\U 10!-\Tia FltiEMlS.
tUI. I'. ItCT/LilR A SO\.
(1 .i.CI EFI L for the petronageheretofore received, would
T respectfully inform their friends and the public, .that they
have moved to No. ID Pearl Sind, where, with ample
room, they are better prepared than at t’ elr old stand to exhibit,
and will keep constantly on hand, distinct from their wholesale de
partment, a choice lot of
Retailing Groods.
Consisting, In part, of line and common French and English Din
ner, Tea'and Trilet Ware. In seta and by th» dozen aod piece;
China and other Pitchers; Cut, Pressed and Plain Glassware of
every description , Sliver Plated Castors, lee Pitchers, Spoons and
Forks; Tea Trays, in set - and single ; Coal Oil an t other Lamps;
Locking Glasses, C hba Vases, and a varb tv r-f Fancy Goods.
Please give os a vail at No. i» Pearl or I III. sir. .-t,store formerly
occupied by W. 8 A G. Dunnun. U M. F. bL" 11.Kit A HON,
fcfO liopr iters.
► A IIOAK* MACf AIf ONI n-.-r re-citing for -ale by
;>( I -. H 'I tt* AI I At r SOWS
A *> ('.INKS At II IN SI V, warranted to be 12 years old ard
^ f) Of superior quality In Store and for sale by
|*t(l M, JONF8
|| | , ( ,| i, is, \
ni-d X packages; Barclay’s Mustard, super b-r American . w.
fej5 W PKTEltaov
ROSKXDA LE IIVD ..a. L.« « N g.-Jo.. !
bear quality for sale by
felf—«_I. A O. R DAVENPORT
I IIA« F dar r-->e • -. fa'l • imply' ofP- k-.rT MFD1
CINI8, which are ofered to the trade, at Lis whMesa'e prices
W. L. »*.sKISG,
General Agent
** • For the city of Richmond,
f ■'ANNEKI* Ul»,.-luO bbls, Id prime order, for sale by
Am I. k G. B. DAVENPOBT.
| SOT i 1 i ER N \ i FTl LORS
AT
T. €. C. DREWIY'H
SUCCESf*>K TO P, B. PRICE.
DEALER IS
BOOKS. .STATIOS.IRY, FAYCY AKTICLES, Ac, Ac.
AND
AGEST FOR THE AMERICAN TRACT FOCIITV.
l" t Mali Sit ret, 2d dour below Ai.e,lean.
riMIE following telII be tent by bi'I, pmt paid. At the price*
1 must
THE DEAF SHOEMAKER ; tyth nn tV Wliie.of K' -hm- id,
•Vic. An excel!-nt l ook ..r the young. B ird ulih titlef .ketcbeo
anlinated, In'-rcrlng, id Inaiiu. ilee, eM b bar# he-a copied
and reao by tl.-.uiuinda, . uut-v uni old, I .in AUlo< tu California.
FLOWERS BY TIIK MAYsIlln. by ifeaaqie author,bte. Of
the tabu.-clitera- er of • "Deaf Hi "maker. ’
HOFF'S '■HVM.nl' r LIOIOL’H IN.-I I’tTIO.S; 2'-- Being
the tercnd id.t.on of a w irk of i..tabtiab. 1 niertt, apr. tally adap
led to the oral instruction ol colored people, but auited to general
u*e lo achoola and fawlUrt; Containing a I bo pie Mat irtral ralerfalam
of tl.eaai red acripture. frai.i the .. a-ai J, and rontelniag,
alao, appropriate ael., • .of acrli.tur. >o be r.mimltted to mem.,
ry. Dr. Watts' lit Cali, i-lam. a aimple doiirlnal CilrrliOm, artth
ibe antwera in arripP.r- ! i suage, prayer* lor eblklren, Ac., en
tirely free fr. .am arlaii blaa; by the Her Jno. V lluff, of Mil
*ronJ, Clark ■ ibXv.ta. It baa an iuerraalng elirulalbm In tin
Southern Stain, a* far « l-uklaiana- aa Irr-tuint uriler* lurit tea
• v
MESSAGE TO TIIK AIMING; by Rev Geo. \V. Leybwra, nf
Bedford coi nty, la. ■'.! . fli* aura of a mature aebolar and rhria
tlat. the e || re I'e ult uf Junta of ihoughi an I refleetloa
»ttr. lire, yet » Ii l Ar. l :mprci>lre, well adapt, d to he eminent
I, MefbL fel*
TO TOl RESTS ft MulUHAMS HSITISti .UIV YOltki
TIIK INTERNATIONAL HOTEL,
u<>5 eV :t(»7 UltOYIMA AY,
Tonpr Prank III* Street,
NEW YOl.K.
(■JOSSKSSES advat.i .gr» *1.1.1- -.'I Irareller* *| p . . late, lie lo
catioi uinot l.e aurp.iaa i, beoig m er i.i i to the principal
place* of hmlnera and atritjneiii. nt Tie jpatli.ienU, of wl.lth
there »re two liundred, »r- well furnial-d and w,ll t .-ntilated ,
and bring o.i U> :• Ion- . Ki op.--.ii plan, vlittoraran live In tho
b.-ct atyle. ai'.b tl. ■ gre i'- . e. >nortr. A large par.or. fr. Mine on
ll.oidwav, and . ..mman l-g *n r\tm»lve view rf Ihtt world-re
nowned lli.oeugl/are, l..u 1-ecn beaiitlf illy fumlahed for the u»e at
tadiea, and Ibe ». nt. al art .ogementa uf the Hi uae are au> h, aa to
afford the greatoat cr.m'. rl So gllea .
Tint Inna iriogat. Ilirtet. I* coi nerleil with
TA1 IdOirM DUiHR VTi:i>*t 1,00X3,
Accommodating over *.».•• Lmttaard penooe. In wMrlt visitors rsn
have tlir-ir in* tin, * r. if ti » «!• .ir«, ih*-v w'ii !»*• »rr\rd In their
o«rn apartment*. Tl»e fir- ae*rv«»«l i» Ui** MaIoohi aii I l(<.|e| i«
dckno«W.','l Uf rpl» urc»,t j be uprri.r tf- that iif Any bo.cl In Ibe
diy.
i
M A b7S E R’S
FUE MEYl'TK
ICE CREAM I KEEZEKS,
Am Impj'ovrd for I h 6;i.
With Sta lioiiOomi ibt Borma—Tdonv.
The only I r**r *r known 4 •»«,h I* ron**n. I on Iru*? Selenitic
,
T!.»* Ch**apc*t, II* at, ku I Fviromi.;*!; requiring le»t Ice
nr. i I ** lal**r than any oilier. i»**|pir if tl.r srinr ill *»• the inoat du
raid*? in >‘ru«*tu e. a id in ‘t certain In its operations.
Hole Apent f it t. r I'nif* «i rt st**s,
Y. KKiOllAM, A CO , Msctafartureri of Japanned
.in.l Planfched 'fin Wave.
r I aired l*n ferk,
yj MIM K4H; MIM. KinniOMM.IiOlMi PLA8
n ihi ■: • pbij it
y \rs tn exclude Northern 6 . un i Plister.i-y the r»tari|)»bmrtat of a
/A*//..* J/<//, Hi «i ’Applying aa article ii.jKrlorto any received froxa
t»i* North, an t < !*!nui a j.* ri****i *u*'< **%«. He l>rgs leave to return
Ms thar'k* lo M* patron*, at * a«Vst** Inform all Interested that he
fi t a "mpletrd f unprofen ou tf t* Kjllm.f \* him to supply any
ih<f POurixiouiljr iut'rpns I u * (.f a «uj»*rlor article), trleoted fr- m
the pamt W inili>*>r (Nova S < »U) quarrlM, with tprrial refertnca
t.» It* ri-hnet,* in 8u tf J.imt, The reputation of hi* brajjtl
cliall be »uatain*l at every • -* »rt and coat, ar.*l !.#• a«ka only an **•
perlmt ntal t. i;.l of iho«e who hive pot tn-tde Application cf tbla
JOHN M • I urn
N 11 IVarl *t.
SEW YORK LIFE ISSt lUME fOMI’ASY.
Ml Tl AL SYSTEM.
Capital f I,OOO,OOO.
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS deposited wtth lh«
Comptroller of the Mat •• of New York, anil out of the hand!
of Ihe Company to secure p> l ey bolder*.
D Liberal Principle.
Forty p-r c. of the premium or l.lf* Pullcle*, will l»e loaned tha
Insured when Ihe premium exceeds $f«0.
Policies iwued a: I payable to the Insured on arrlrlng at a cer
tain age, or to the Umlly of the Insured at death, ahuuld that event
happen previously to arriving at that age.
Endowment POLICIES for chlld/eo, granted on the most favor
able terms.
Policies issu 'd at greatly reduc'd rates of premium, when the
Insured prefers not to participate Iri the dividends.
All losses paid promptly au I without litigation.
We shall be ple.-.r*d to ha> e you <-»U at one* and secure a policy
Id Hill old aud reliable Com) any which come* before you endors
ed by your own ciUaens.
WORTHAM A WYATT, Agent*,
Office 190, Main street.
Few doors stove Post Offlca.
CHA8. E. WORTHAM,
General Agent and Attorney
fur the Company la V*.
mfpica r. ex a mne/is:
Jig. II. C.SWiT, 1!. |j. I
Bo. T. O.'Leus*, M. D. f
_ell_ _ _ _____
LI V lilt »•«><•!. AND LONDON
rim: i\Mi;t\tE company.
Capital, J*10,000,000!
AVVI IL IICOMB, 19,960,MO!
INVERTED IN T11K UNITED FTATEE, OVER $>>00,0001
All IHrectore PtreonaUy U .emnei'ile for On K-.g.igetmnU of
the Company.
YlfE respectfully ask alter tlon to the security of the Liverpool
TV and London Insuranc Company, to Its p olicy holders In ltd
large cash capital and Investments, as state, above.
The Urge capital and income of the Company enable It to takd
lines convenient to parties requiring Urge amounts of Insurance.
In addition to the ordinary mode of Insurs.nre, this Company Il
surs PERMANKNTPOI.lt fES, on the payment of TEN ANNO
Al. PREMIUM*. Property Is, thenceforth, PERMANENTLY
INSURER. The Policy can he cancelled at any time, and the pre
mium will be returned lea. A per cent.
This Company will make Insurance by less of Rents by Firs, on a
new and most liberal principle.
Under the Policies of this Company all claims are paid npon pre
sentation of satisfactory pro d of less without abatement or dtduo
lion for inter**!-, and not,.'.sis usual, stiTT i.»v» after presenta
tion of proof. WORTHAM A WYATT, Agents,
mhl4 190 Main street, few doors above Pnxtofllc*.
JAM lab ti. ISOSIIEIl,
INSURANCE AGENT.
< tffiet E-t-l tide of 11M Strut. See. aid door Noth of the Comer </
Mant and 1UA.
REPRESENTS the following well established and reliable Com
panies:
Arctic Fire Insurance Co., of the City of New Tork, capital
and surplus.$800,000
Homboldt Fire Insurance Co., of the City Of New York, capi
tal and surplus. 242,0(0
Fulton Eire Insurance Co., ol the City of New York, capital
and surplus. 2S2.000
Irving Eire Insurance Co., of N. V., capital $2<si,um) with a large
surplus.
Ph.rnix Fire In Co., of Brooklyn, Capital and surplus, $291,000
Policies Issued on Building-, Furniture, Manufactories, Merchan
dixe, and Persons! P.operty generally, against loss or damage by
fire, on th*' mo-t f ivorahle leans, iarsae* promptly adjusted and
punctually settled, the secur.ty offered by the above rrmpai.b*,
conducted as they arc, by experienced underwriters, affords to the
Insured, the most ample guar .ntee, and the full aea.i ranee that all
contracts entered Into by ll.eri, will be fu'ftllrd In Ihe moat salls
faetory manner. The long experience of the subscriber In these
matters, will facilitate and protect in. the best of his abilities.) the
Interest of all who r: ,.y be .Deposed to patronlxe Ida efforts. Coun
try risks, Inland navigation rots, Vessels and their rargaea In
port. Disused on the mod ria-»i.able teims. octC—
HOI NJKU t.KI’IM; *.ooOH
IO 4 aMi nil in*»n Sheetlnpf, gool make
lo 4 am! 12 4 ration do do
1'tllar Case LI'.en, «'»0, 4*> and 4'# in
M«ndllei ;•*, In lo 4,11 t. 12 4 and 18 4
>l«ndale » “ lu-4 and 11 4
l.!n**n Table Duna-k. a Isrje assortment
Iitm&sk IVapklnt and Day I Ira
Win** Cloth or i Fruit Napkins
Furniture I»iu/.ty re 1 Prln ■
Hark Towelli *.r.d Diaper
Crash, D* ula ♦ and liurleps
< \\\ and wh»v Cotton Damask for furn’lurc
Tur «*y Rm! an i !*atln De! aiui for curtains
(MIa Ii IIus!! in variety
Iiieschtd ."Mit ns of best make
RMrtlng Liner * at 2.V., 87,lfc. and f4Je.t and flrer
\\ hilt Caoibrir and Jaconet
Mull and 8wb"* Muslim.
CHRISTIAN A I. tTIfROP,
fell TV Main st.
Ki« II WORD HADE
Agricultural Machinery.
HAVIN'! completed niv i.-w machine *h>.| a ..n Franklin Street,
, ar.d Walnut Alley, Hi. uhol • b. Itigln connection w.th my Im
plement and S-.-1 Ft .re, on Main Street, I now Invite particular
attention from the farmer* • . Virginia, to my farilltle* f< r matifac
turlng every kln-l of Arrlruenral Machinery and Implement
I thallpar eapeclnl atlcB'ton lo the manufacture id 1HKFMI
1NG MAi'HINF.- • f tli- b. ■ model*, water..via and w< ikmamhlp.
My PORTA III.E IIHRPF N to arranged a* to require no
digging, or delay In at trtlng and f«« *..-ured the approval of all
who have used them My PA rt:M eTKAtV CUTTkHe are too aril
known to need »..muio> Sail- n.
Aa heretofore, I keep.oii'Mrtly r.n hand, of my own male, and
fully warranted, Corn Mo lint for hand at I horae power, Wheat
Fan*, Cradha, K. opera. Hay I*rr«*.*«, Oder Villa, fieed Drill*, Plow*,
Harrow*, llay Rake*, lileau. r*, Cultivator., Hum and l.talhrr Ma
chine Retting, Ac , Ac
lyf Repair* of all kin tv prnmptlr attended to
Agent for Hick ford .t ilu man'* Wheal and tluann Drill*, and
McCormick'* Reape, ind M wer.
fe- 1 H. M. SMITH, No Id Main St.
SOI TilKUN I. Of!. 'I t.M F H imiV.-.Dwelling
Lock* of every dc*cri| 'Ion ; Sliding Do. r 1 rImu-lng* of thw
ire-t quality. A .o, Prison d Lank Lock* : lllnge* and Butt* of
any height. Bell* It . w • , or without T.,be.,
ALL KINDS HF KKPAIRIMI DONE.
A* I sell no work but my own manufacture, 1 ant prepared to
Warrant It to give entire aa’ •faction lo those who may lav..r ma
with a call,
WILLIAM S1FADV,
#•>> Main Street, bet wen t:h and gth.
feltVly an, Va
Kit'll Alt l>«OiVS
IIUSH LINKNS,
DAMASKS. DIAPERS, tc
C0N8CMKR3 of KL hard* n'a Liner.*, an.l thoae dealrnn* of ob
taining the tlet.'-e (•. da, ahoul I are that the articles they
purcha»c arc *e .1. 1 with the full name of the firm, J. S. RICHARD
FON, RONS A OWDE.V, a* a uarantee of the aoundnew and dura
billtr of the good*.
TM( cantl i la r let i •:tOy n. .•.»*ai y a* large quantities
of tnf. rior and deft ctlre IJi n« are prepared, aeaann after ataaoo.
and Be .led with the name of I'ICHARDSOS, by Irbd, Houaea who
regardhnu of the Irjnr thu* Indicted alike on He American eon!
iunier tad
abandon a bualn.wa- profit I ■, vl .... pi.rvf.u_.r-. . »u he Impoaed
on with Good, of a worthle*j character.
. „ J. Bn.T.OCKE A CO
*c»—Jly Agent*, 34 Church ..licet. New Turk
W. b. tOHMiao ***. VVaValaSI,
H - D. TOT(|>uiNS AltKO.,
Commission M!erebants,
FOR THE SALE OF
FI.OUR, 71)l:A CCO, QRAIS', 40.,
(RABIN BANK.)
Richmond, Va.
Liberal Advance* ma te on Cocrirrirent* In atom. aid—ly
SAMCELAVKKS Ac son, “
Commi-aidD amt Forwarding Merchant*,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
OFFER FOR SALE—O. C Warn Llocrtce, OUvt Oil, AdaaaattM
Candle*, Tobacco Flavoring, Bo* and other Nall*, Scotch and
American Ptg Iron, lw*< A Co.i Manlpalaltd Guano, Clovtt
Food, Aa, Ac. Ml—If

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