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Hit'll MOS l> BOARD OF TIM DK.
■ L. EiNT rru. ] JA* B. V._TV. | w. B. UAAVt.Stc'y
C‘'Hnrrrfc» r 4 *r nr* **>«'•.
WILLIAM ?*. !H‘33A3, Chairman
LARKI'k W OUtZFRJMMNR, I V. P rr.
TtlOS W M.-CANi K, I LliW I? D. CRKN4HAW.
toaT w
WlIUAMBrR*. I I> B. RRIPOFORIV,
UtKii^_, JAMtS E. RID *ick.
w T H. n. MKl n'MIB HO 1 > O K K
I j\i;; N • W Y« HK I kolNfKr C.M C i h‘~i mm
will mn»*hereat 4 «■ cl. k, P M F RIDAY, the March
Pa.»et.*ers *r< requested to he on !>• »rd Ss due lime.
Tlcketa and berths secured kt ur cilice or « n board the ship
P »*sag- to N. w York, nt«*l» and stateroom included during the
Pall A winter »10
IWeeng- pa user PS.
fuss, e to N rf k soul* a* by the R ver B ale
Freight r cel . cd t r uss up to the h ur of i o'clock P. M., unit**
a autfidcncy be recurred prl -r to that hour. .
Consignees sis requ-ated to send for lb■ ir goods Friday
Freight for Boston »l!l be forwarded d.rectiy on at moderate
rates of freight sad w .h the greatest disp »t.-h
fw»-» '• u 'r~ s
1>4>I« PhIL FlbKLPIIIAs-T'tW A' t yfeff,
r stean.sl p> or.- KI* llW'tsi'.t'sit V * \ ‘
r.ow ready to recelre freight and will leave on FRtP»F^M*f“
lid, at o elock A SI.
For freight or p sewage, haring superior accomaiodawoiw. apply
to the Captain on board, or U E. TV I T La, Ag -.t,
fe** it Rocketta.
Freight through to Rosl-n via Philadelphia hy at«am at mode
rate rate*. an,t with d patch.
FSOM RUTinitKK.-THRU TIV.HA „
WrSK f \T«N s FtMP 'VTC'i'IPA i~» 'lilBil
NT -The stes--r t.s • PFsHol’V Cspt RlchY Prlethar!, will i
celre frei.-h t' ‘s . W H>N1 - > vY i iuoru. g. and up to li o'clock
TMffctBAY, . -■ • f \ls h
Fr. gM taken lo Bcelua via Biitlmore at Ijw rates with grut |
deep itch.
Msserngees going be this stoimer wt!l please to be on bow'd
before Of hour i' departure. Id o cl -ck. St, Thursday. Pisaage
and far- g.\
Tickrta prorated at our off -e. In Shoccoe Sip. or at steame-*’
whirrs*. ,feua—... DAVID a \VM OGRKII'.
IVIK BOSTON FIR«T VFh-rL—Tb-reg tr pack ytnL^
r e* s.’hr *. A K c ilist.r, hsving a per * - r
tlon of her c-.r• ngs.-rd . i g on b ard, will have qui s
despatch. For balauce of freight, apply to
.-tun A W'M CURRIE
tHill It U ri M»>HI'.-The regular packet h hr. * ■
**WM c.111 i'itt Jn*« Kta, kn. hating:! \ • r - -Ait.
tk>n of h»»r crKo «;»*: wo.I <v>4nf on boat 4, wlU h*vv tlisi-.% f».
For r«u*,ntlrr of car*’•* apply to
f w r> COI OriTF I CO
i;ok m.u \ oiik ni:<TVir i
1 JLwJ
Bailing tthoontr 4* W1 TktK,’' Cap’&ln J. 11. Tuttlr, hatit < <* p
lion of h**r ewnr > eng**••-! ami *• *g or. b*'arJ, will haw v|ui' k a:<
pat*'h. Fer bHbui ** of frryl t •• ply
feJf4 UAV1D A WM CCRKIF-.
NOTH’ E. I r»\. n • a v-1 in.I
^bJUisMbfito
rtskJiymtnC. vtU piea»«* bhn^-4 u«* by Bper.il
ti >u* «§ !■» w‘irtv jar**! !. «w lh* y «l*h »a i Dlhiftl r
3
for«*ruini iuih gooth. LI *1 Of A I|K|NfK‘\(
i • . X#w 1 h
CHtNOE OF fCHBPCUL
F'lR BALilHORK KMA(\ OTHER DAY.
mnK powim tN NTF\MnotT .
i COUHOl »* A rfr OK.. anl
kSKLVIl’EKK. u: ' - 'arSr i». Li , «ill run re^u Arty thrtr iliu-!.
prr wrtit. L*a' ’ g Kl hn«;t » efvry Tu *f»y, Thu^liy IfiiKftt!
BTiltif it lloeloi'k, M. llr-tam n<. Iravlog Hattinore the *Aine
at .S o'rvork F M Mfht rrrrind ill dir M« n.Uv
Wednesday and Friday, and up to the h ur of 12 o clock M., every
Tu*“»day. Thdrsdsv and Saturd %f.
These steamers make the pas* *:s hi fr jxn 24 to 8d hoar4, and
have the rnosr saperh-r accommodatk ns.
Pa«»%»e *r;d K irr |\
re-: 2m_ IWJt
in ether kr.;; i n \ ,\ rites FRo.i sew m re
TO RlCH'ltl.W,
Jkf« i«ur*rpi*nf G • »/* y f fr* Kkj\t <Vnfti, an / #f
**<i/a« .'«»* «•'* I'tKtr 'J***M.
MFRCRANT* r* .;• u* c g is *r >m \*w VoBX, are
i- • »rc d that t • 'a w re *h n. tw ^
a * • . • - ■'
v _ i « .»t -
I> r* dux rd rates* 1
tl«»n to LI’l*LAW Jk WaTSO«,
feS—2m Opposite Rkaasr*' Wharves.
IOTICE.
fit IF st %ner Ci:r*is P^*- * a" r M**rday „ m 1 * a
P- --tsnj nth and \.»rf *. ucM fart r notice
The Steamer Glen Cove, Captain Z. CL Gilford, will cmthnc the
• regular ran betwt on tr. * port, l* rtsmo..rh and N- r ;a, leaving
IheWnarfat it.' »ris, r-«a! u *. every >1 lay Wednesday nu<>
Friday mornings, at ^ o’ch . k. pr*. s. ly, and reiarn-I’al
ternare day,tSunday excepted) leaving Norfolk at th** **««• hour,
del K O. HASKINS
flAMI IB % I nnoKK tM)H\t INN All
I - «rv>f p
steamships, are now running regularlt between th* al ov* ports, J
Freight *1 pped > Savannah. or tw- Interior of the Starts or
Ge«>rg:* and Alabama, by iUdr *4 f" ni Mvaunah, wiU have
prompt attention.
job—tf Baltimore.

K:. w*. sn F.b. 0, Ismk t
VOTIlK TfH ONTKU TOKV ;• J'J
.1 m • < av ' s, •;'*
engine h^ose* and »h 1*4 at K- '.u. c.«i and t» • > ' nt Plans and
•P Ifl. alio:i» •" ♦> i- >eeu at the treasure. * • ’ .*e, V* dn • , uu
and after Uie iBk Inst. TlilM. K. SH ARP,
hi Superintendent.
iPLE i :m> «>- ;>v.
AT REDCO l» PUICKa FOR CASH.
At P; HKINSxV < IPs, 11 t agir Square.
T v
| A
K ft French L> .air i. *s. *• ill pne#
Printed Prvoefi Be L i n* *. .!
Valent! iS P*- * . ! ‘ I» C> *- ■ '**S
Ta* le Patna*.., Nap*. \ and T »tv IHng
La. g< stock l :ic a . s.|uare W I bhawt*, at coflt
l.» tig Rla k Wool and '!■ • S» tala.
* l.*» vKS.
Black Velvet and Black i d Cl -aks, marked down below
Largest k l»s~V I* 4 and 12 4 P I ILanketa a? very low
yo *»-*. i t*j !» *.,m F* *1V id Amer *an Prints, at 10c.
K - h Tri • - . L ■ • *
HI. n Fr- >-h w :•*• ! M i and Car hrfc Setts
Lace U r.h^r, xn-1 at ■ *'
T«»*<tu- • -■ *!•.» I . • •(>, ».• will . '>»r**!as In
the ihjlt art.. ax,lit C,t l-int? Fl!lislN * 1 - " ,
fHl No. 111, Ka*l» Stiu.ro.
fl' IK! Mi II. I Mill*'
A r.tr.ti Jt.'- Ktirrn. a . h I b- autti'ul %** *r': k*h: i I.:i
xll«.' Kitl 1 • Ga M,l H ' 1"
extra ' .. ,* J 1 ,rt ■ : tl ■ ' ‘y !.i.o.t I: t1
KM «hh'h !. »rr I i r^a:.: »• •» 1 a!
fi r\!\ X WATTS,
M ' ' ’ 11 ■ 1, V*.
ivy. ADIE & GRAY, i
HIslIULUi ASlt >UM HiTlXllt.x
anPHixr \mi hi mm; hi ii».
. • ,1 * i,
ALCnH>',L. SP'P* Tri»P! \TtNr, K1 j < xlXK in i LINSttD Oil-®
All ufwhich I ry nS‘t t • " <• u» lu at • • l> •• ■■- -i»xket rat. a,
fcr S
^. K l.oi’HI'i: «;os?IK.N HI rr it
»)U . . H .
it.. It. liuiut'at • . jj-trt ■ 1 t - tl VT
f,..tj \VM W.U.MO* PONa
KNi H l.lt.E H UF. MWI FUTl HEN.
nio nil \ m * *1- .i- HIM* IMI THK
1 r ■ ■ -i •• *•
ral . • • - .-III Couta.
Irj 'I *xiU . ,l.\c< V ..rk !’ c
► f. ».
Rut-IH,
fraur*, U»t,,. Eng '‘ . not*,
Cj- i -j, I 4t iup, (•roun-l N-.U,
CM: a. 1 - CogfaSuta,
noar-Tic \« ■ imp •RirDcioA'i.*.
A' id., rv r.i ;■ / jr/> stsax caSbims,
M* Man if tt'i-t.' t ■ ■ ga *:■ rj ,-xfy ‘lay.,
!y ahitk llw mrri vi »- ’ th**-i n>'
'Th.. mr ttt.ein <Hi«m»i“ wit.. ■•■■,. a.lv antsura, *l»?* tia the
... - anal fail •» ptoM*.
Mew . «nt* At h ‘ ■' * •*. • * ■ ' ■* ' " • ' • ! T ' « «** ™ra
to onfer omt ' ‘ r ' '»e i. vo* 1 xs I n ■!< n* -
fr.^t, i»ly w*1 vb in'*- •" i*vl •’ ’• # -*’ ' - 5 *li
t*k<- |i!-A*nr«* in : *wat . * ■ ** . itn* nr-. ■' tfcilti
gjv • iatiiifar!i''ii,
Mirctiint* %Tf <• ■ *-*'1 *«' i ■ »■ • Ml: '-*Arfi Wffc
prt ei, a**uring then it will '■'* ' ' tl ' ”“ ’ *' to '* '
Lv»ri' j. b*» tErx.
fe4—T*n
' |Min. rUE LAST '.Mi i- .
GREATEST INVENTION
OF THE Hi' >P HKIRT MASCFACTCRE.
THOMSON'S l’ATKXT
COHlil GATEIl S'l'EEI. M’RIXCS.
Reducing tba Hctht 3nd In re -in: the Mrmtj cf
Skirt- nearly nce-half.
vv- n, a r. II r«l«»»INON A ro. -’rlheih TMJ
ItIMAm Ho- pa tin Invented ~«Mu« to thH f .vonifnr
ra.-nt a ' *Vne-«. rt. *-t >v AB<I -'r*n th c.-ver he-.re kn. *n
Every Lao* a • • ' ’ •• ,
aiceelnetat-on.*, ahculd have one of Uira* admirable yaruienU.
Ir**4Uir * for
Thomson’s Ooi-i-un itotl Skirts. .
Three beaut. ul G- Ir,. an ' and macula diced »■ iely 6/ ua, j
bo* form a par: f
i
Wldeh are offer*.! lh.» a- aacn u Imp.oveJ »«r!ea, rha; ea and
:: fciiufucturr, u follow*
THE DOI ItlE TRAIN SKIRT,
THE PARISIAN BFl.l.L -KIRT,
THE t.O'SAMKK ~KI!tr,
T1IE INDESTRI tTIRI F SKIRT.
THE \VO\ EN >KUU.
T!i: E\PVNS10N SKIRT.
For aale. throughout the fr. ---, ht - -f- 'I'd ' -hera in.! Re- i
ta -era Sea that b !b * • ■ " '» • • ir« »«*»» ** 011
aver/ va.rt. S other* arc ft
*. a*. A C. II. THORMH A CO.,
MaSrFACTl'EbivS t-r THE CROWS >K ilS,
'* « '• rU
I)n hue BHO. >«*H I II l A KOI. I Ni * M». I
.51 t MM t U> - ■ 'V ‘ - s .
eoua) a.. !.e Fam * K A « A-• « -•-i.’i.* vn ...u t d
H“a,WO,Kl..'r.:EV: tA Era-, hr ..r.-uff. P» I leave
Oat-, C. rn. a;. a ( '-era' aer-rtmei el'hr be»i ... r ,r-./ ,
G-oeertaa Abe. C - , - . VI .« Hr an nee. O.J W .evv,
4 For aale either wbo.-»air or ret • I on the i>’»*« -
t-llintr A E. DAt-SFT,
» l G-ver, eh.>'r>tle and retail, cor. Bread and *th at.
\ IITII I OE i U-»* AH I'YKUV •IIP. — ’ I I "5
.Si.
A III l.rm n, v l,i
< auitl. r> an t touimi-vlcu Uuaimva. the.,:
atari d of LuU.tr L-o. y, corner >. r, aiuli'v ■ - re-t*. . baaonA
LI Flint LlhBY
AURAHAM bl ivroN.
K amend. Fef. lAK.tHA
I HAV* le Oder n tkvA- ' r-» 'tlv-. », an I e ra" am Vr for
-n.r liberal pvire-aif, and U. u< a earn Unusance of t». tame
t the new b.-. n• i .ah • LI fill it LIBBY
ffr*-tr-~*. Fab. It, 1 __ ** B
HKKSH GOOUa,
Sius. RiLtAES. PoPLIA-v INI* EHHROIitkRIKA,
At A*tl» t SDFR CUiT BEF'RE intifAL
M(jnj m:||t of U . ’* - t * w Tiou can I. .ot I -I
auA a h tbaaw -tit or l*e; »»* at nearIj on* hall to* ih.l
ykt
* OTIC*.
ILBSAJTF BILK R.1BF? at V" uaualiTl-e 10
hi L* StMu BaLANK RGBEB at IV. IS and»
The fln--i Gj.nl* Imported
FRFNC f Ff>Ff IS* acd CArHVtitia
FKISi H PLUDS. »ary ttne _
A caU U IWefcctlA. / votCit*4 CH A*. A GWATSIS.
»q. l«. uppeWB tetbABB* Baa*.
CHAMPAGNE.
FilS & ljIU)fr. |
^ Cabinet-Grape, ^ ^
BOUZY AND IMPERIAL.
IN
K HNTB, PTNTB, QUARTS and MAGXUMB.
for tale by 0. CRANT,
Boccenior 1o Fr. Crana k Co.,
(MS—ly No. i Exchange Block.
■RFMM 11 \T 8TOKI:,
.V' MMN' STREET,
Klrttmoud, Tn.
SPRING STYLE
IIATS A!il) CAPS
n>s I860.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS
VND the paMIc generally, a ill find at this eiUbUshment almost
evrythlng In U - HIT and CAP line—a much larger itock than
usual hav ng been purchused thl« Spring. Thetubacrihcr fee la con*
r <lent of being able to »u*.t tbt* waul* vf ail, aud respectfully In
vite* mi examination of the *tot k
FU.VNR RINFORD,
si Main street,
Richmond Vi
& few doors below Pearl MtreeU_
1860L SPRING TRADE. 1860.
ELLF/n’ Nc WEISIGKK,
M.AXITAiTl RERS AXD H HOLESUE HEALERS IX
Hats. Cups and Straw <foods,
TSTO. 167 nvr^iisr ST.,
oppo.-mc EXClIANiti: BANK,
Kiidiiisoiid.
U \VTNO mad.* nUnalrr j>r» paratlot.*, are now offering to the
,%frr North Oi
,. , ta . u in t out »*n«ure a sale, the l.irgeit and tn st com
, ' I
• trk . wl.l f r .|.i Abts, variety and engine* eaonot be excell
ed. All t’.ee aak i-* \ look before purchaJt’gel*e*bere.
rfT"Or icrs stti lU and promptly a*t- nde. t
* KLLfc.1T i WFISKJEit,
No 167 Main 9t. I
fall stock of
HATS. C YPS AND FURS.
iOH\ DOOLEY,
81 Halil Street, Richmond,
IS now read? to ©ah.bit an unnsaalty large an
i ef Goods in the HAT, CAP AND
FUR LINK.
The itock eosiiits of all the popular styiei of
hats AND CAPS
now In use, vlt the rich and beautiful mob* skin Dress Hat, or his
wn •.• 1 * s rth. MaMlfectore; the soft or felt Uat, French
V .•!«, Ledger uric, hell crown: punter*’ broad brim
WOOL HATS,
Barony wool;
M> \ - !: iVh* A'U CHILDREN p CAPS,
of fur, cloth plush, b.i;r. seal g *e., *o.
ladies’ riding hats,
bearer, black and or. »D. ar: I ri.hiy trimmed velvet.
CUILDRF'O HATS AND CAPS,
- p«rtcd( im Paris—rich pillima
LADIES’ i’UUS
VI. -ortm-a, Ttpp *. Half Cap.s. G opes, Mul*. Mulfateei, and chll
dren’l and trl,-.-' ► 'i'>, al: qualities and styles.
cakkmgf vNi> travulung nanua,
M, r » • I -w art* parn. u! ■*. ly ln\ited to examine thin
eaters . sum k. for no effort is spared to make Kichm«»n . as good
a market t“ pun base in x* any other in this country.
John ' ’
,*•»» FALIi 1859. II
•«4 hats, caps, f r r s. w
ROB1.KT I.. IIH'KI.VSOV,
SrCCESSOtt TO
BLVFORD. I'K'SI.ASII.V !t » EMiiER. 78 Main St.,
j. T«> -all ’! - attention of * !s friends and customers to
> Iti- t-.-* .4 . extensive st ok of Ilats, rap<*t and Fancy Furs,

:u-.*r favo ihl» e-”- -i.4 y forth*.* Virf/ini-4, Xorth t\i: olitui
/< f • prising all the lateat and awl faahlona
to.. nu: • -• OS t* :n*-:.ti*»n, whi h will be told at wWole
iale and retail, on the most favorable terms.
n v stock, know
rtg that »i pr;oe, r style, it cannot be surpa^ed. auSO
XOTICB.
CHANGE OF HOUR ON RICHMOND k DANVILLE R R.
ON I ' kith of January, the l'a.s*en- (7T7 TV*
! .In -v l • iv- K 1 f"r Dv.vPle an 1
: \ -g. at * <•' •• . \ >L. r- • ruing leave Danville alt i A. \l~,
s' arrne in K hr . at 1 P. M.
_A. WQRR ALI.. Sui>*t.
DON HI A ft O..
Commission Merchants,
8HUCKOE PLir.
Klr!sltioaid% % iri litfa,
("10NTINUF t* ff’. . •* pan it uur 4ttcnti- n to th** sale of Tobacco,
J YV1 *t, Corn, Cot* n or . :i r country produce, consignment*
jd4-d9ni
\~ 1 til. I > | V f.OOPV -T • su - r i>t r haa just received a
' Hid > .p;.lv ©J U • - it *s Jeans. ^manufactured In Roai: ke
. Ya. really .4 ns it a.. 1 go i article. Also, several grades of
- 4uri. *n gomD. f *c ihxpoaed to patronise home manufs*.lures,
1 l. 8M s‘ I.
Clothier and Merc- ant Tailor,
fet Cor of Main and lttih »t«.
V' • i, B. W. L. HOI r
f A
G(M*(«n,TK A HOLT,
. ,. x Min : ii ."iv' ross,
Crortra, ISri clvius, Furn nriMiii; and
C om miss ion M er c-hunts,
TI. miibli. Ti‘v,n.
|>AiO\, LAKD, HI i IKK, (IlfcEMK, Ac.—
1 >
l.t bid, prim- leaf L.»r<l
S.'. 'ub, rii.i- 6...h«n Bu'ter
8d bn\r, prime Gctkeu Ch-.-M
I'M hnxe. r‘. I> d«
MO bid*. n fcj>r«
f«i H4b prime Jersey (.! !er
*1 do X . 1 M lend
l*w <«» N : .1 •
4.i do Fr,«t’» Bnrinrhritl
i .l.i new crop X. 0. .VloliMCi
,%t df» ci.i. r Vin'-rtT
tpl p *«;>xxnvrtr4Trj|
Jim dt.s-ii assorted Hr nu
IW do do Falls
8 lex S*1P la
8 do Elroy's XMnrtril 8hot
9 do pri.ote C-.i8«h
Landi j : <■- .rldt, from New Tork, PhllxJrlphit
MM II. TVUB,
■ 1 ttn I. between M*.a xnd C«ry.
x liift. i xi \
Rl AM' Ll BKirATlSG fOAL OILS.
Tin A HEAT KANAWHA 00 AL AND OIL COMPANY,
i t Mtivti iTiijc« <*r --i'k nwx>r,r».’’ hiu appolotedM
A uk • '.r *.: I- of t h-.lr ju«tl. crl- brxtcd
P.rRMNt; \ND l.i itui A! IN*; i'OAl. <>II.S,
'hr ql tr f« Uwirrbdtrd n KK Mid IK ..ml TfKlT.P.
Wr . ....I Ap tbeesrir. «M l> il-rxth- u.liOUt
v M i<» ■.: .• w.-’b .ill bclar^- and a..Id by (tAa/moIi
' •• -*tr b wrxi Fu.- .rj price*.
_r.iwru A ECHOL8.
ikwr BKioBmrs piasos.
•. .* t d by" The » of I
.Liuei i'hl a,rring’ft,
Wft . •* i-P iii s, an l can show as high and as name
is ! -• • nlal-* a* n> fa * tv !n the coutit-y. \l! of which can
a*. Mr. C&ru&Ta on Broad 5>tr* • t. 'd «loor from 9th
LIGHT! I LS RRT.
n.t.LS A M izuunM),
broft-ra aut' CoiuHiaslon ilrrcmuis,
No. 11 Pain STaarr,
Ri Alrustui, r<4.
I 'EEr" S to the trades Urge and complete stock of Groceries,
A r u : I ;a ra, S-gara, and a.i arti. lea to be found is sat.nl
litsstahiakOHiBL mhA- It
t/IMI UK 1" si lls. A. . . p ..n t. irid, at all tl-.es
i l.t< stock iff Ureaa Clothing, rotten up Iron trie finest
iap. rt. Ig o ■» in the very latent atflcs, ..:.J -old at im-nty-fivt
• «t.‘ •• mere* .at’a ra’ prv s. Atlanta* a in buying
li-„< Ms .-~ t. fe‘i Kt EN. BAl.OWIN'A WILLIAMS.
s Hoi) sociiji v : good sorirn :i
V I t <.\H Hi'l an I his Ctii.cs; by Sarnh Ellen Wh’t
man #0 75
WOMAN. From th-r Frenchof 'I J. 'Iichdet; trans
la I fro nth- I. • Fa ;■ • ll’lnn by J W. Palmer. 1 tlfi
THE. HAhlTs OF tH'OUWK’ltrV, a hand hook hr
It i < -1 gentlemen New American ed:t on. 125
NICCt'I ' 1>U I..API; or the las day 4 »f the f oren
Translated fr oi the Italian of
M4se:n<- U’vxee’io. i.v II HalietL 1 2s
1 V" * i'' \ N i.rilMi POEMS; hv.S.J ponaldacn, Jr. Ilk)
KLAOLITlON.' IN ENUI I'll lll.'ToliV hv Robert
A . . a* »00
I> ti'r-es: tsi.lat; yy|c ATGilEYSTO.NLS ANDUI3TALK
there. 1 N
IIARPLK ' MAG/ZINE, f.«r March. 25
hi of ELL’S “ " “ For sa’e hr
A. MORRI*,
fa22 Bookseller.
MABYB1 IKMLHTfl U) & H ILiliH S
WIlOLEs \LE < HiOCEKS,
.>o. 31 H ari Mrtil,
RICHMOND, VA.t
n til ih-vt^ntior'-f t tr.vl-to thtlr very large ami
K . . r * w l m ? rv. K'l'l ' *h »*»• off-red ad their
, u. i mui Matin.; trf A:u »iu ml b, cau b< fuuutl
/ .r*. r.iw a*M .* lined in all Vaictiv*
C U L ig iay ra. Java ami MiK’ka
Teu c<i«uou>!i aukl t !:t»k*r
pi . a, uai..*. >i i» * Jo • *, ^h.uilth ra an J Breast pie<*«
La i * bbU t ili!'«,v.ryflioiv
I •‘ii.t* \ . n tn, Rastla, 8h«it, lloopi,
.*! t « ..f .4. > «. \ s l K*nU. *•*
Sie* N i*!or s tr, r red on i German
T , t ••<. Pla’r lit % *ad Bar
C ;*p«rv /*ncan«i Spelter
\Y r-\ < «.i » No Mo IS
1 indie*. !u e% try qna tty
Mala* A. N rn M p rto R oo and MlliCOfaio
Syrup.*, t*olden. I'x'r* in! K K. ¥
s Ap, • f all » * nd! the cv'ebrated “Detersive**
Rice, Carolina e.\t**a
S**e«tj», ill all v*r . lit *
W !. YY are, o' all k!o !l
Sp *«**. .t l.irg* varirty
Se:ar *. C- union t >cl. It-e qua’:1 s
N ti *, t.iv bee* **Okft iViml.i:- n“
L. *rl . t» C , K K. a~ I S » rJ r l'i
VY tc 1. \\ . ■ Vi.... IV; ty. Blacking
OIU *»t:. r»Rnm'i 'll, ;> • ru, Alain
M i i lt-r, u '.i Ar* \ la . »* Y..:n*, T«!u*
C i K ' e, Leat r. ‘la vari* u» s’sITq; *
wVetS-r a .vi every < v -r ar:!c t > he f uud In a wholeaa!** Gro
; , . .
Ih- . .• . !n ’ e n ;> -.1 vs I | nclpAUy Ur -.is!, and
. . ei. ■ Ml1 - . ■: taof t*»e tsoulhern Trade, :vcd to
ah y tf at.t :;t.en of a't t*-ye;a is re-iuested before purefta*! tg
JOHN S.LlUt. *IN A stl\
I FFFti I • ALE
T S Pi VTW, hrirht, of a i kinds,
I ■ s tv ■ c . Pu «s, f.r roofing and aafei.
It. v Tt t. tu bora a:.d pigs.
B. ■■ Zivt t r sr ! spelter a1 Ider,
Lr vp. In pies and bars,
C t ■ ■: te . r », vheathiitg and bar,
Bti.rr k > all tin .s.
Cl vivvs'xvp Tis’Phtfrwra,
Is »s W taa, eL nutchssra,
Pl. It v. 'ts s. e-. i n ab'l fo-'llsh refined.
I.V. wt> vv-ait’tN tlvw'P Is s.
It t , it t V ■, 1. ■ V : its Itow.
a* .. .up-1 i’ir udailty,
(it n s’- !l tt* ct .N t..... aU sx a.
I... - : -s Aurt.. .s Kuetaiaa: MvkL,
N in C t'T w ' ca* »» 4«s,
Cv r c > . supeilor .iUallly, far axes,
fl. .txATirt,
t\ ... in:. U . ,t t at rn, with tap# andtlnch p’na,
pt«.s Aram,heal qaahtr.
pt ..ala v. from * t.ilglnchea.
St): R s. ted .-•and Arne-can.
Was. HT I.e S P. 1 . I TlST s,
beat ‘ S - II ..V . Mi: a.'ll.tsn. ImproreJ patent,
Trs's . .so kti si v fi t v r. asp ll.. a.i t saa,
Tisstp >*At .-a Pas llssctts,
Tis i> >s.«, c-<-e asp Pig Platws, with a full assortment
of Or.t-ajAiaw. lut—j»27
a WhA von TALK.
h? 2ss.ta<» Mnlniafliea
5 sw Sorft k C.ty
Wtlirp -AJit,. R; hmondCtty. f„ which We will exchange
tiretda fi’Xea at a discount, or way Utc market price
Ala- . KJ aiiAits Va. «rw and Harm* Inauran 'e Comnanr
C- W. FVKCI1X A CO. 11
D* SMOLUT10R.—'The co-partnership of CRENSHAW,
g VRl.ES A CK'., is di*."dved by the death of Mr. Cais-nt iw.
All pert — I' d-btea to u> will ph ase make Immediate payment,
ana thj«e having t lalm sgiinstus will preaeut them to either of
the antv.Tiay par.nera lor payment.
CO-FARTMiUSHIP.
The and»rslgnr. have thia day, formed a co-partnership, under
thei aim an.l sit I of TH )MA8 II. gt'ARLM A RON8, forth*
purpose vf conduct in a general retail DRV tif)t*l>3 huslntss, In
tie huu-e occupied by the lav firm of CTenshaw, Quarks A Co —
We r. speettully solicit the patronage of the late concern, and will
conduct our business on the same terms. We will receive our
st ring stock during the mouth of March, and trill offer every in
ducement to the trade to purchase of us.
We shall retain in ottr'empioy Messrs. Jons O. 8u.k, of Caroline
countv R' : r. L. Prxoi>T>'v, of Fssex; Mm. I>. Qisiars, W«. A.
Kir. x and Wx. U. Txtaya, of Richmond, who will be pleased to see
THOMAP n QUARIE*,
TIIO'tAP II. QUARLES,
fe2&—6t BENJAMIN M. QUARLES.
CI.AKKM>A sV
No. 1M, MAIN STREET, RICHMOND VA.
IMPORTERS and Jobbers of Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, Ac., offer
for sale at low price*—
3,0h0 pair Trace Chains,
2S0 •* Stage Traces,
2" 1 Log, Ox and Fifth Chains,
Ml Doten Halter Chains,
Mi •• Back, Breast and Tongue Chalni,
lJO “ llorse and Mule Hatnes,
30 “ Stage and Omnibus
200 “ Horse and Mule Collars,
SM “ Grass and Grain Scythes,
Its) •• Scythe Snaths,
ii ** Grain Cradles,
4,'si “ Hilling and Weeding Hoes,
•git) ** Hay and Manure Forks,
tN> “ Shovels and Spades,
4‘0 “ Currv Combs,
fella 300 •* Oolton, Wool and Horse Cards, Ac.
Cw-iHe, C..UW, II t!i-‘ 'r.>- and ixnrix/.a, la
arr*Tiox,S asxK'C, or any affection of the Throat
CURED, the IIackixii Cot uti, in OoxsOMPnox,
BlteM'Htris, WH-Hirtva CeifOH. A-tiiux, CtTxKk.j,
RELIEVED by BROWN’S BRONCHI AL TROCH
ES, or Cot on Loxkxciis.
•• A rim pit iiml elegant crtnhlnation for
C .cobs, Ac." Dr. G F. Biuxlow, Bosten.
“ / recommend their uee to Pcblic Sruxcafts "
Rgv. E. H C lit Pis, New Tort
"Mont »a!utiiry relief in BaoxcitiTts.”
Rgv. 3. 3atorRiFT>, Morristown, Ohio.
"Beneficial trhen competed to npieak, ruftring from Cold”
Rev. 3. J. P. AM.KH.-J X, 3t. Louis.
" Kfo hr (if in renaming II cl r*ertert and Irritation of the
Thririt, no common trith Spxaxkks ami Sixains.”
Prof. M STACV JOHNSON,LaOrmnge, Oa.
Teacher of Music, Southern Female College.
•• Great benefit trhen taken before and afterprta Ain?, at they
pirerent I/otirteneitt. From their pad if el, 1 think they trill be
of penruunt advantage to me.”
J r Rgv. E. Rowunr, A. M.,
Ikeslden! Athens College, Tennessee.
Sold hv all Druggists, at 25 c-tiU per hox.
Also, Baowx’a LixxtivkTk. vn».,or Cathartic Lt»cnffe». tot l>y»
peptiii. dndigedion, Cimstijaition, l/eaii i 'hf. Jhlioue Afertion.
Sold, wholesale and retail, by _
FISHER A WINSTON.
PNCOUBACEiioiii: m \M fu rni s.
n i .. i fac tores and keep* constantly oa hand
at the Kicliwoud Iron and Steel Works, a large and line assort
mmt of
Ktliftl »nd common IRON, consUlisi* of all stars, Bar, Band,
Hoop and bcroli Iron.
Tire Iron, Ovals and Half Rounds.
Horn- and Mid* bhoe Iron, Rounds and Squares.
L'cMninir Hu«:s round and square.
AsfricnltU'al I*rum T«*eth Nut Iron.
Tobacco Mdl 1'apered and Plate Iron.
In short, every ascription *<f IKON thal may be ordered
AN", Railroad K*.»ic -TKK I., Steel Coach, Bup*ry anti bulky TIRK8
and Qu-rrv Ualf-Uound Steel. JAS. HUJITfcR.
Richmond, Va.
; e7“\ll sixes of PUNCHED WASHERS on hand or uia-Ie l<» or
!
SOlTllKKi* snmunAiti.
yOQ POTTERY, V%)
CORNER OP CARY AND 12th ST? \J
RICH MON'*, VA.
KEESEE Sz PARR,
PROPRIETORS.
rBYtlE subscriber* nspectftilly Inform t e merchants of Virginia,
AN rth Carol n « an • • tn •» that they are manufa- taring the
!■. :,,'V ST"Nk’.VARE. ' :-ist t:£ "f Jt:< I-"'. J ARP. PIIVIIERH,
MILK I'sNA. CHl’ilNS, BKk \D RISK Hi1, SE ILIN'G lit LIT J Alts,
(air tight)A‘\, Ac.
AI i*>. t,. vie painted rhsrroal pa-'k- ‘I Water Coolers, bpth metal
- IS • •
:rf*~ All ware toll by u» will be delivered In any pert of tht
cltyfrreof charge. TH08 W. KSiESKG.
hi DAVID PARS_
WHOLESALE ahedin 1831 — RETAIL.
STEKISI VS& P1I.I.ET,
101 Ilroiid Mit el, Itiehiuoml, |'si.,
KEEP ccnatantly on hand a Urge and varied ai.ortment
. of
EAitTHtNWARE,
CHINA, GLASSWARE
ax a
IIOrsR FCRNISIIING GOODS
Of eTery description, together with an rn iS.-ss variety of
Fancv Goods.
Alan, always of the lateit audmost approved patterns a iplen
did stock cf
GAS FIXTl'RE?,
C p.lrtlne of C'linti'lr i ra. I’cuilunta, UrarUctw,
llro|*e|o|it«, Ac.
t\ e shal. endeavor to keep up our lore . >h”sVI iepr*atlon of
IknoWdnif the un good! at the lowest p ice*, and rtspeCAlly so
li.-1’ a call from our city and country t.I cf re pC*-chaalng
elsewhere. 8TEB8INS A M’lAEN*.
felO—ly 101 BiyadBt
IIOHESPIM <’V*M MEIIIIS. 1 ' V-nnvr IK «tor-a
a I e t I.r Yt'l Mi A 'VlN'l'lN’' ROCK ISLAM'
Mill.* CAN.'IMEnES. whlci I * llmiketn . r a’ short notice and
fair prices at the .-outhein Cb thing M.icu.V f-■-> ,
WM IRA SMiTH,
fe25 lit Main Atreet,
DACON.
1 > !•> • ere. - John Siay’s” celebrated sugar cured vaavavr
e 1 UUUIS
] 1, - . , " George Lane's” sugar cured Canvas-Wd fami
ly &h til Seta *
! '|i m llii .rye Lane’s” sugar cure! break f.st Dacon
ft ”. tor sale by E. II. SKINKKlk a CO
CHAMPAGNE CIDER, r by the ffillon
Old Irish and Scotch Whisky ,
I’urc Old Mrg'i a Apple Brandy
Pure Holland (l!n
B -m:r s, R. hard* ■ s. Aney'l,Summrrde. n LarY»y’« pure
Virginia M • dahi l>- w. Sherman and many other kinds r» Old Rye
Whisky, some eight >cats old. For site at retail by
J. a. KOIH'R’SPOV,
feJt C»r. Franklin and Goveyior sts.
1/ V FI It K I VSs ipfri.tr Orange c«. Bl’TTEK fresh and nice,
\ ' S k-V’ Cooking Bullet. All j .a! to I od, an 11 «r *.lr at rt
tail hv J. 8 ROBERTSON,
fe.’t Cor. Governor and FranMIn sis.
*)1 W l Ml s.NOl D ill i emkk« ehfotatoi:n
.vU Dried Apples, *
Navy It.- i s, llla. k Eye P. is
Onion*. Cucumber Pickles,
Buckwheat. Ac., for sale by
fe’; JiH BERTH IN
tlKA C1MH UOORICB. i, ' ILK
and "aan'lford”Brand* F ■ ssl-hr
li ARTY, AR HSTEAD A " 1(1.’ \M.
HOYLIMELLiillVIED rose TV MINK II V ,
I I A <1, B. DAVEAP'iHT.
i),G. Ml r« IIELL’S M’PKKIOIt II V I'M I L
A IC CANDLES, plain and fancy box.«, f .r sale hv >
I i B DItyPORT.
flllll LG’S HIGH PROOF IM Itlr. MOI tSSliN
1 . . . by at uu.aDAVkypoRr.
OKI.Y FIFTY CEWTS
FROM RICHMOND TO S< oTTSVIl.I.E
VX. r .. t S M MI. 1 I ' I’ WJ • -r-JTTTT-rl.
CANAL ROUTE. -m
(vs and ipei 1st February, the new Mall Packet, CnAJta, Capl
f Win. M Maxwell, Manager, willconllmn Inrun Tri.ae kly as
usual, 11 .’n ill i. ui'i to S tUvidc, Ie.*viii.; K' htnomk oti M’*N
DAIS WEDNESDAYS.an I tK1DAYS, at i P. M , and tyinnectlng
with 'he *1 .11 Pufket LI'CIE E J*>Nr..-. at Scottsville neat day, at
1'iV I. M. for Lvnchburg and Buchxnan.
Return ng, leave S. tl.illL-M A. M , Tl KSDAY9, TIICS9
DAY* and BATl'It DAYS, and arrive in Richmond next day at ft
A. M.
d&hihey arm in Richmond at ft o'clock in llie morniu", ai d can
return home kan.c ilajr* at ft P M.
BELOW SEE TIMI . t>E AIUUVaI AND RATE? OF FAFF, AT IN
TERMEDIATE POINTS
LEAVE RICHMOND LEAVE BCOTT?VILIE
uonars, »tau.ksuAts a »HipAYe rraanars rnrn-iwvi *ni> sire*
at ft a. dais, at In# a. kl.
amiiy; <t Miles K.i'C. Tim- akhivk at vile* F;""c. Time
. !' ■ S . ■ - ■ 1' M
J J.-'» E rV . .".'Mu I’M C lutnhia. v'.'i' 8# "
Mihaux I -rr*. dl 12 'I P. tii'>>-rton . 82 .'ft ft * “
i- . I* ft 12#AM J-tTus. •. lift T# "
1- b “
l'emberton i- *■' i# " 'li haux 1-rry 1- Ift ft'4 “
. ,i . • :t> ■. " Jade's t- try . M ft II M
New Ca-ron I." “ Manukintowu.. «2 50 12# AM
Siottaville. Dr ft-'10# " lllohmoud .. i9«0 5 “
iupi attention paid to the receiving and delivery of all
package* tent by this line, and the same will be receipt* i for.
R. M. I I- t'l.
P. 8.—It will he keen from the ahnv- that my charges are the
same as t se of It. Edition ! A Co., and I nr.II continue to charge
th- r rate- at long us they remain under my original charg ;
st...i;W they ex ced them then I will only charge my former r»t-1.
f.S i: W. E.
H'K ll tvi: FOII N LE <»P <;oo*» (II \LITY
TIC Maccanml I Presi rv. .1
Ginger, Prune*. Altuonds. French ami American Chorlate Brouiio
i rooi Bat a. Potted Meats, OBves, I apera,
Fn.-nehan English '1 istanl. Clears, English and Virginia Pickles,
Walnut Citsup, Worceslerslilre, Juhn Hull, Heading, Harveys,
E«- nr. o' I. -i ster, t ssence of Anchovy Saucei. Sperm and |.at< nt
Sjo-rnCa* 1 - - -up -.. r Hi indy, Madiera, Port, anil Sherry Wines,
tight c ler -I W ines for cooking.
noiC-d.w _ BLAIR A CM AMBEHI.A VXK.
CHOKING TOBACCO. PIP" ANR 8TBMS.—
p VW!., . !. n d i-.•.pply of excellent Binoklrc Tobacco, Reed
R lot m,I Pow! -itati Pipe*. The ah Vt- t't . I.s<tre ail home
.• «• . . eery •upedoi o thelrkiad We
theref r -lnvp -1! who are fond ol a good comfoitaMe smoke to
ca l and supply themselves at J. !’■ Dt'VAL’S,
Corner Main and 1« Streets,
jajQ O|>posite I'nstflHice.
111.0%% n FOIl PILMMYIMi—
CM.TIVATOP.? 'Ml i:\itK"WS FDRf
PCTTINii IN i'll I-AT -Believing that I have
t. Flew In me, II
m il- e thi. - O’er to the Farmers’ and Planters lw i.1 furnish then.
*-• th »el:- ; i s.sndlftltey ar- rn t hetterthxnthosethey now
have, they • in r< turn 1 em to me after trying them, tree of charge
CjF~l'rcsh supply of Turnip S- ! Just received.
F II. STARKE, No. ft2 Main ?t.,
jy-22 3 doors above St.Chbrlet HotcL
MM!, EimilS \%l> DOOKh.
PAWING AND Tl’RNINO.
TIT HE Oldest Establishment in Richmond, v,!-re may he be hid
J the above articles, in jw/trtion, at the shortest'notice.
iieing e.-nfl'i nt of giving enti.e satisfaction, the subscriber soil
cp i, as heretofore, the nubile patronage. Having recently added
cabinet and carpenters’ Turning t» his hnsIness.ihepnMIc can no*
:,xve their work tciliumi lliMj’j ..uoAaeftf or delay, trive me* call
st-21—tf MILKS AMBLER, Mayo street.
ol MHtlf '.
in.- n I* el l rye Whisky
u k.Kl do redded do
2% do Trull's pure Rum
M d-> pure apple Brandy
2ft v, and Vi casxs Trench Brandy
2ft baskets Ucidsrlck A Co.’s VVino
E r by J. W. Hlfl i CO.
(x l IlFET'l N li.—Jarl r c-lved a fresh supply of those fin#
j T VPEhi'KV BKCSSKUJ CARPET?, at f 1 per yard. These
With other fre'h ! piles, make a Complete assortment, shleli, all
In want will do well to ixamine. W'l. A.WALTERS
of 24 No. 140 Mains’, or. lath.
Direct itifoutation of cigars.
IHmitti Vrrnnn »«tt i olhry lirantf*.
We have r eeiv .l a >cry superi r loi ol Cigars, oi direct S«uth
ern hupertath-n, t-< ah'eb we call ih- atter.t'cn of smokers. Those
wh.1 are in want of really fine Cigars, would do well to patronise
u. JAS. II. PEAftCE A CO.,
fej N.w Drug Store, corner Itroaikand 9th sts.
(_' X % IN IT 1. UN.—.', ”<> Faeksees Adamantine Curdles, on eon
) I’.gnmeol xrhhh will be sold to the trade, v.ry low 200 boxes
T. eCandles. -tf i tilDV_4 »W1LUAMS._
IT'IR SALE.at tr.anufaeturer’s prices, 50 dot. (X.Al SHOVELS
^oMarious.iaea_A. B. HI. o* the Dock.
ni F V ' TK % 1 ' TE \ ! !! -Iloasike-pen In "ant of a good
l Article of Blank M tlreen 'l ea, * i Ond It to their udvso
,.... io purchase from us W* h iv * one quality of each, we can
•US*—• J“ "'mlS.*AW!SS.
N OW IN STORK and for sale,* choice l"lef North Caro
_ Hna manufactured TobMoc, bright pounds. Also, a medium
ankis dark work. pin. * NORFLEET, i
INSURANCE OFFICES &C.
MERCHANTS*
Ii'J'iSXJiR.AXsT CJB COMPANY.
oUli r \o. 153 IIjilii SI., Hit I.ml.
tfAlllNK INSURANCE on Vessels,Cargo, and Freight.
INLAND INSURANCE onGcods transported by rivers, canals, or
land carriage.
nil! INSURANCE on Merchandise generally, Dwelling Houses,
Warehouses, tnd other Buildings in town or country.
POLICIES Issued at current rates, and losses promptly paid.
DIRECTORS:
Jos. R. Anderson, James Dunlop, Bamuel Putney,
las. L. Apperton, L. W. Glazebrook, Th. Taylor, Jr.,
David J. Saunders, Lewis Giuter, John Purcell,
David J. Burr, Geo. D. Shell, John D. Quarles,
Wm. Breeden, R. B. Heath, F. Stearns,
Lewis D. Crenshaw, Sem’l J. Uarrison, John C. Hinton,
Wm. H. Christian, K. Miller, *• H. Hklnker,
John Dooley, Wm. G Paine, James Tliomas.Jr.,
G. F. Watson.
ARCH’D PLEASANTS, Pres’t.
J. H. Mostaoui, Sec*y. __»pl® _
First liiwurancc, .Tiarins; insurance.
rHE VIRGINIA FIRE % .MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Or no* No. 181 Mat* 8tl**t, Rica«u»P, Vi.
CASH CAPITAL. 8200,000.
CU ARTK.RKD In 1682, and having, during Its existence of twenty.
six Tears, met claims for loss to the extent cf largely over a
MILLION OF DOLLAKN, It refers to the history of the
I sst as affording the vi ry best guarantee for the future.
Being a VIRGINIA COMPANY,Ita profilsare distributed amongst
her citizens, and Us Capital used to promote the succeas of her
Soraaierclal and Mechanical Industry. _ .. .
By the long acquaintance of this Institution with the Insuring
Public.lt has become familiar with their interests, tnd no pains
will be spared, or information withheld, on the part sf Its Officwrs
that will tend to Insure accuracy and give satisfaction.
To Farmers and Country Merchants we can refer—from the very
Extensive country insurance already secured—to highly respectablt
citizens In almost every portion of the State.
Applications for Fire cr Marine Insurance, addressed to the
President or Secretary, will receive prompt attention.
W. L. COWARDIN, President.
William Willis, Ja., Secretary. mhl9—ly
Fire, Life and Marine Ininramce.
mint RICHMOND KIRK ASSOCIATION with a rash capital and
X surpln : SO,000, policies
on the above descriptions of risks on as reasonable terms ns any
ilmllar institution In the fctate. and respectfully ask a shaie of the
patronage of the public. Applications v ill he received at ihe of
Bee No. 1 S«)» sem.nd door east of comer of Main aud Ilth streets,
where the otlicens will cheerfully give *r.« Information required.
All losses promptly and liberally adjusted.
DIRECTOR*:
Chas.T Wortham, John H. Claiborne,
W’ro. C. Tompkins, Robert M. Burton,
John J. W ilson, Thns A. Rust,
Alex. Garrett, Geo. N. Gwathmey,
John T. Bublett, »rs. J. Barns.
DAVID CL'RKIK, Prss’t.
Romxkt A. TiuirztWB, Sec’y. _*c26
HAITI FACTFRERS*
SAVIN as BANK.
CHARTERED RY THE LEGISLATURE OF VIRGINIA!
rr^fflis INSTITI TION will receive Deposlte*, on which an
1 Interest vf 9ix per cent. p^r annum Is pnld on all suras remain
ing on deposite longer than six months, .u.d five |»er ctut. when
remaining i: shorter period.
Ornca—At the liar iware Stora of 0. J. Hint »* k Co., 71 Main
itreet, and at the Banking Home of R. H. Macrv k Co., corner of
Main and Wail sir cels. G. WORTHAM, President.
D. BAKER, Jr., Henretirjr.
0. J BIMTON, Treaiurer.
DIHEfTORA.
Ro. H. Maury, Win. Taylor,
Jrm. II. Greaner, Cnrnellus Crew,
Jas. M. Talbott, Wm. Holt Richardson,
Hiram M. Smith, F. 0. Lams,
E. H. Turpin, Ro. J, Christian,
John C. Slnton, w D Rozs,
Anson Richards, Franklin Stearns,
James Williams, Oltaa. Talbott.
Richmond, lfith .September, lStf-d. sel6
i»lS. .». N. KOSE,
TO T!11 PICK AND AFFLICTED.
IT1 VERY INTEI.I.I4.KNT AMI THINKIN4.
f’j -icrson mnst kn-w that remedies harried out for general ust
should have their efficacy est.-ildlshr I l«y w.II texted experience Ir
the lands of a regular y-eduea'.cd Physician. Dr J H. Kn-e, has
lattored long and diligently in an extensive * ractiee of medle-lne,
and I i> rein- 01. « i as is well known to tie people of Richmond; have
perform'd the most remarkable cures here and eie-wher,
UK J.S. ltOSh'M \i*h< I OK A NT OK COI'CJIl
si hi i*.
fur Omxun, Mon, i\Jilx, r. i.jhx, aMwii, Slutting </ Blixxl,
Brmn hitix, mi l nl. Inxtutrx vjHit L*nyx.
This Syrup, having stood the test of many years’ e, perlen-r as a
ri medy ior irritation or Ir.tl , until n of the Lungs, Throat, er lir,,n
rtlia. Is acknowledged by all to be a remedy eminently soperi r to
other kn >wn compounds used fur the rel ef and radical cure
of Coughs and Consumption.
In e .ropounding a dough Syrup for general tue, the physician—
f ,r none but a physician should sttempt a prescription—is compell
ed, from his knowledge of the constitution anti constituted pots of
man, to avoid entirely the addition <-f drugs that cat. at-y w«y
ten I to th> Irj-.iry. iti. object Is not ..nly to cause a syntp'om, su it
as cough, to stop, but it is abu expt- led of t. regularly educated
doctor, that Let should cure his patient radically—while the p-cten
ile may allay a cough by Ids opium and **iu!!ls, m-darae. anil lwu-l
nnum, anlinmny, morphia, and wild cherry hark, and not be ac
countable for the a*t- r health of h » patient Vans th nostrums
of the tlay h tve power !•> stop a cough, and tl e deluded victim Is
loped Into an incurable form of disease, or pel haps death. Dr. J
S. hose’s c.-ugh Byruii will not only cure Coughs, hut In ail cases
prefect that I.ion uf lie -• *, * )N •I’Ml’TION. Price .’,0c. and 11.
l»i'.. .1. s. HOSE’S FAIN <11 It lit. i' i polar
and never failing re-n-J. has alone stood the test of thirty-five
years. Prie-e-12, 25 an i ’**) els.
THE P A 4 It l.li cures RheumatliT.
THE 1* - IN 41 II Eli tares palnsln theltmbs, joints,back
or spine.
t IIK FAIN (TK EU cures Cholic palnsln the Stomach
or Bowels.
THE PAIN (1 IlLR cur s Scalds, Burns, Sprains anc
Bruises.
TH:- FAIN 4T It- ft cures any pain iateruahy or exter
naily, and should he kept In every family.
PAIN CCBER
if p gives you relief, rerommtnd It to others; if It tails, condemn it.
Renu mber it has come from a regular Physician.
flfg. J. !S. UOS VS I)YNFKFTH' 4 OdlPOl NO,
the only sure cure fur Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. Price St
cents.
Dyspepsia may be known bv costivenexs, belching up of wind
mur stomal h, and sometimes diarrhoea or looseness of the i owt is
headache, nervous feelings, c.,M fe-1, wakefulness and variabh
sppetl’e. If these symptoms aie allowed to goon I ing, without
I s medicine, (which w.l! always cure,) then follow debility of lh«
iur..-s and a prcdlsi -sitIon to consumption.
dr. j. 8 . rusk's RE CHI' (IMIPOIMI I u til
p.,,. - f the Kidneys and Bi tdder. Price Ml eta. The great de
mi, | f,.r this artirle I x Induced others to bottle up something anr
call It Ituchn. Ask f r K-.se’s, at -i take no other.
A OH. J.S. KIMli’S liKM INK IWEDICINEN
as . wrtCtkB signature over the Cork of each bottle. Take
none without it.
For sale by all respectable Druggists
gold by WARNERL. WARING, General Agent,
107 BroaJ Street, ab ivr Vth,
ffk diet mend.
The cntcrpiis ng proprietor of
(1IEM.M i’t.K4)Vli UIIISKY.
fTh • Purrt* Medicli al Agent eter known.i has lurnlsnen the
rommunitv a stlmnlent, pur-*, healthful anti Invigorating, at the
•..*:o- time a mi d dell. i-c. x beverage. It Is calculated t do r wav
» th tl.e vile dr gg. d stuff that is palmed r ff ou tint community,
n.l whl-h Is f.j .i leus t. t *v and mind. In addition to th- certh
i 'ales b. to III. he L -s r- -'.red a D pb to a from the M ATE AtiRI
lTI.1I it a 1. HIC1ETV, and arldlt'onal' • stlmony front Dr. Jaikson,
it Boston, who testifies under oath to Its absolute purity.
CERTIFICATES.
p iti invt rmt, Sept 9, ISIS.
We have carefully test, .1 the sant; le < f Chestnut Grove Uhi-ky
t on set t us, anil find that it contains none of U,» Poisonous rub
dan.-- known as Fusil Oil, whl-h Is the characteristic an t injurious
ngredlent of the IMUakys in general use.
HOOT1I. GARRET * CAMAC.
Analytical Chemists.
Niwr York, Sept 8,1$5$.
I have analyzed a .ample r,f OhcVnul Ornve -M.k*, received
'"■cm 'I < i arl. . Wl.ar'on, Jr., of Philail" lphla, arn: l.»»in*c»re
.illy le-t. il ii. I am hkmb.mI to aUtelliatlt If entirely free from
".'mm. u. or dcMerioai substance.. It Is an unusually pure and
int* tUvortd quail:v of whhky. JAMES* K. CHILTON,
Analytical Chemist.
BohtoS, March 7, ls.%9.
! ' re ns^t a chemical intljnii of con i saoph •'(.->
iut Otove tVldskv, w»:i< h prove* to he free from th*j hf«ry KosH
Jin*, at <1 | i fret v pure and unadulterated. The rtne flavor of
his WU*kv !i dtrived from Hie drain used in manufActunng It.—
R< illy. a. a. HAYES, M D . 81 ite U i) r.
No. 16, Mi > I don street.
For sale by 0. WHARTON, JR.,
Sole Principal Agent.
ja28—6m No. 116 Walnut Street, PI iladclphia.
I %» B“< ^ & i Vi]
\,nYEj
v%i#
THHE IfNDKRPICiNFD CONTINTT TO MANVFACTrRF 7YHTB*
F KY, of all the various grade*, fr >m good plain WHISKY to
hi very article from Rye. Our I*Xatti‘<l ICyo A\ IsiftLy
tied by all wh h i tri< d It to • • on a p is# d. Having
nade large additions to our works, wc challenge comparison for
luaiity with any Whisky ma le !u this State or any other.
V STEARNS M CO.,
15th street, between 'tain and Cary.
deS R1 chmond, Virginia.
si.coo REWARD I
MANY persona. Including conductors of pub
lic presses, have shown their Ignorance, no
ess than their seal, in charging the Dlsthlvra i
with mixing poison whh their liquors.
T • cue acquainted with t’ »* pn>c« of making
.»h*? ;y, il.i.* .s simply riuirul.., «; but to the pub- Hi
1c generaly Its reiteration conveys the impression that It has some
'our.dation in truth.
Whi-t y is made from grain, which lx first ground into meal, mix
'd with hot water—made to pass through the process of ferment*
ion by the introduction of yeast, precisely as light bread is made
;o do. and which process develops the alcohol—and then distilled.
No poison, mineral or vegetable Is u*td In Its manufacture. If
jthor persons are silly enough or criminal enough to commit atroc
ties 11 irged, it is not for us to defend them ; we only claim to an
iwtr for ourselves.
The above reward will be paid to any one who will prove by the
v-tlm-ny of a competent and respectable chemist that our state
n« nt I- untrue, so far as liquor manufactured by us is concerned,
n i;h the understanding that the liquor subjected to the test shall be
l>rocured either from our storehouse or from any of our many re*
•pectaMe rustomenMtnd that the character of the chemist who an
ilyses it shall be so established as to be beyond suspicion, either
for skill or honesty. „ ^
F. 8TEARN8 k CO.
JOHN SHAFER I
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
EXCHANGE HU] LDING,
Fjurtocntb Street) ttkhiuond, »a.,
VIrOCLD respectfully call attention to hit new tlylot of FALL
V» WINTFR (iflOPB. .Hr
VAL1 ABLE IMPBOVEMEMT.
I EAT UK 11 can be thoroughly tanned without the use of bark, in
J any form whatever; an i at a sav ngof more than two hundred
nr cent in the price of materials, and in one-twelfth the time re
quired by the old process.
it wdl l»»* t. sted by experiment, andsh.wuto any who feel inter
BsteJ in the subject.
Heavy Hides will be tann d in from 20 to 80 days.
Light Hides In from 10 to 15 days.
Kip or Calf Skins In from 8 to 5 days.
Duck, Mieep, Hog or float Skins, in owe day.
By this process, a better article of Leather is made, bring beari
n', tougher, more Impervious to water, and a prettier artic le. In
ac t the old tuode » f tanning is utterly incapable of making so
Cood an u-'.lcle of Leather, and 1 will submit it to the decision of
toy competent judges.
One ol the p iaciplt articles used for tanning by this process, Is
i common p‘ant, growing spoutani-ously over the country, and i ay
>e obtained i mply by cut Irglt.v
Any pv ’•joo wishing to obtain an interest la this process, whi.h
o all confidence 1 offer to the public, can address on*.
JOHN V ClllLTOW,
Liberty, Bedford county, Va.
f eh8 -Am Proprietor.
♦ <re furth-r notlc- In the Virginia Index. __
ClrtrrUN V A ICXN.—lW bales, assorted Nos., 4’s to 12’s, for
jlTk'BBU. NEW COOP NRW ORLEANS WO
f) u 1.A6SBJ- Jb .tor# and for mI« by „
Jaig M. JONSS,
1
RAILROADS, «C.
VIRUIMA CENTRAL RAILROAD.
New Arran & e m e n t.
ONLY ONE PASSENGER TRAIN DAILY.
ON ami after Monday, the 80th January, the Night Train will be
discontinued. The Day Mall and Passenger Train wld leave
Richmond dally at 6:80, A. M , for Gordon*vile, Charlottesville,
Staunton, Lynchburg, Alexandria, Washington, Baltimore, Phila
delphia, New York, and all parts of the West.
Close connections are made at Gor.lonsville with the Orange A |
Alexandria Train, going North, and no iletcntion there.
Through tickets can be procured at the ticket office to—
Lynchburg New York
Alexandria Cincinnati
Washington Louisville
Baltimore St. Louis
Philadelphia Chicago
And all Important points In the Western States.
ja80 WM. E. ADCOCK, Ticket Agent
Shi) MBITMX7THW88TER9 AWL ROOTS. I860
RICHMOND AND DANVILLE RAILROAD.
CIliinKrof Sell •-<] til r.
ON and after Sunday, January 29th, 18ft), (he Mail and Passen
ger trains, on this road, will run as follows:
Leave Richmond daily at So'clork a M. for Junction, (Burke
vllle,) Lynchburg, Bristol, Knoxville, Dalton, and Atlanta. Da.,
Chattanooga, Nashville, Grand Junction, and Memphis, Teiin.;
Montgomery and Mobile, Ala., and New Orleans.
Leave Richmond dal.y (except Sundays) for Danville, Va., and
Greensboro', N. 0., at 0 a. it.
RETURNING,
Leave Junction (Burkeville) dally at 9.80 a. u , and arrive In
Richmond at 12 80 r. u.
Leave Danville daily (except Sundays) at 5 , a. M , and arrive In
Kl.dur.ind at 12.80 r. st.
fJ9r"rhe above trains conna.1 both uvip« with the South-Side
Railroad trains to and from the South-west, at the Junction, and
with the Virginia Central A R. P. A Potomac Railroad trains, to and
from the North, at Richmond.
Through Ticket, sold, and Baggage checked through to the above
points; also, to the Virginia Springs.
Pnr through Ticket*, and forth, r Information, apply at the Ticket
Office of the Richmond A Danville Railroad Company, Richmond.
ALEX. WORK ALL, Superintendent.
RICHMOND YORK RIVER RAILROAD,
ON and after MONDAY, March 1st, l'fcl, Pas-f'TT wn, rr*
Senger Trains whl depart— WsRHR
FROM RICHMOND.
Dally (except Sundays,) at. .6'4 A. VI.
Tuesdays and Fridays, at. .k \ 1J. M.
FROM Willra£ HOUSE.
DaBy {except Sundays,) at. .41, P. Vf.
Tuesdays and Fridays, at.. ..8>, A. M.
STEAMER SEA-BIRD LEAVES NORFOLK,
Monday* and Thursdat s, at. .8 A. VI.
LEAVES WHITE-MOUSE,
Tuesdays and Fridays, at a A. VI., connecting with Cars both ways.
i Mage 1..... * \l I i II--,.-.-, I. «...jj;iiid Frida} s, at •>
A. VI., returning Wednesdays an I Saturdays.
Walkerton stage leaves While-House Mondays and Thursdays at
9 A M., returning same days.
Freight Trains leave and arrive at Richmond Wednesdays and
Saturdays. TBOSL It. SHARP,
ja23 Superintendant
SO! TU-sOf: RAILROAD.
ON ANDAFTMt JIONDA V T:iH22d .U'-rT
gust, the paaseng. r Trains, will run as follows : lc-it
FROM PETERSBURG TO LVNCHBLRO.
Mall Train start* dally at 5:.t0 A. M., reache* Lynchburg at 12:86
r. vi.
Passenger Train star's daily, except Sundays, at 4:45 P. M.,
reaches Lynchburg at 12:30 A. VI.
FROM LYNCHBURG TO PETERSBURG.
Mail Train atari daily al n A. M., rea I s Pelet atrg at 6 P. M. j
Pa.->ei„-. r I'r »'-.rl« daily, except t un lays, at ludld P. VI.,
retches Petersburg at 6:3.1 A. H.
These trains cormert will, two dally trains to the Springs, Knox
vlile. Nashville, Memphis, Ac., to New Orlraps.
(VC This Is the shortest and mostsexpclillous route to all parts
of Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Lonir .• a, Ark ante, and I ex.is.
The City Point Train leaves Petersburg daily, except Sundays, at
T A. VI , and 12 Noon, and City Point at 8:3.) A. VI., and I. k. 1*. M.
Extra trains are run to and from all the steam packets when ne
cessary.
D. D. BIRD,
au2l General Superintendant.
IAjCO. notice. i&uo.
&3E
TO PASSENGERS GOING I ■ LNGEMET.
ini’OUTANT TO TKA V BGLERS.
THU' UGH r/l A'A'7 • .1'0 ... UUCUKCKS.
GREAT NORTHERN ROUTE.
CAUnmU THE GREAT I'NITEU .STATES MAIL.
TWICE DAILY—Sunday night excepted—b«Lwcrn
RICHMOND, ALEXANDRIA, W ALDINGTON, llALT! MORE, PHIL
ADELPHIA, NEW YORK, and nil Important point* Writ, via Ac
quia Creek and Washington, ever the
Hit HMOND. FREDERICKSBl RG AND POTOMAC RAILROAD,
To the Potomac River, 75 mil. *; nnd hy Spb-tid.il and romfortal.lr
•teain.-r, tlicuc t,. M .vshlngt In all 180: dies lo7hour»;
hrlng a comfortahle and p> rf :ly t .ft rat..- of speed.
Hour* of departure 6.5 I A. M , and 7 " ' P. M.
rr Baggage under charg- r.f Special Ac-nts, CHECKED
THROUGH to Washington, ilal.Luore, Philadelphia and New
York.
Through ticket* can be procured at thr following rate*:
To Baltimore. f7 («• To Washington . f 5 50
To Philadelphia. S SO , To New York. 11 50
7o Cincinnati.52 50 | To St. Lou!*. 82 50
To Calmnhns.SO 25 To Chicago. 2s 00
To Indianapolis. 26 00 \ To Pi'.tfburg.... 16 00
To Cairo. 82 60 | To Louisville. 25 00
i .*
To Jeffersonville. 25 75 | To Newark. 19 25
To Rock Ulaud. 83 00 To Vincennes.2* 00
To Zanesville. 18 50 |
Passengers breakfast and sup at Ashland, and dine «n board the
comfortable steamers between Aet;uU Creek and Washington.
{W For farther information, apply a’ ties .Trice. Broad Street,
Hhockoe Hill. JAMES 11 WINSTON,
Gea'l Ticket Agent.
SAM'L RCTII, Eupt. 1
Offire R. F. k !’. R. R. Co., V
Richmond, Jan. 21, 1 >58. ) J»n94—tf
Ell II ROIRII PREU.11T ARRANGE- r~: rjm
I MKNT.—Hrntii Itle-lmiond, A Irgliiln. ftf-W
to IN <• vv O r 11 uus, V ielisliiirg, t, ni,,1,1a, St,
Lou lx, Tlotilsorn. ry,Tiiw<'Uttil>i:i, Augusta, Ma
con, Nnahvllic- CIsMlltiitooutt, 4ct’«
THE RICHMOND AND DANVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY
announce that they have jolt concl .de.I an arrangement to receipt
for and lorwar J goods, as above specified, at the following low
rates:
How Special 1st 51 8d
From Richmond to— Charged. class. Cissa. Clasi. Class.
Knoxville, Tenn., nn.IJall
•Utions as far as Chat
tanooga. 100 lbs. 2 50 155 1M 82
Nashville, Term. 1»0 lbs. 8 00 1 ,V) 118 95
ruscumbla. Ala. 100 lbs, 8 26 1 (73 1 27 1 05
Memphis, '1 enn. 1(9) S-s. 8 60 1 -mi 1 42 1 15
K . - . i.. .: i • p ii. in.
as follows: To Knoxville, N9 els; to Nashville, fl IS; to Tu»
eumbla, |1 21; to Atlanta, Gs., fl 15; to Ma. on, (la., fl 39;
to Monlgom. ry, Ala., fl 49; to St. Louis via Memphis, f 1 44 1 to
Vicksburg, Natehes and I w Orleans, |t 47.
Xif~ To Dalton and all pnlnls 1 ist and South of It, these rate*
will go Into elf et at once. But P Ch c’.ar .ga and West of It, 15
cent* per 100 lbs. additional will hr charged until the completion
of the Clcreland branch of the East Tenncrsce and Georgia Rail
r .4.1.
For classification of artlrl-s, and further Inf -nation, se.- hand
hills, or apply nt the office of the Richmond and Danville K.dlroad
Ootupanv, Richmond. C. CAMPBELL, HupL
Richmond, April 22d, 1959. ap58—dtf
OFFICE RICHMOND . ’ i R R. Co. (
Rh-hniond, VtL, Nov. 25th, 1959 (
4 15 Wii i: OB- IIOI K*.
0!« and aft« r FRIDAY, the 2Mh, the t.-ains oa
this Hold will leave as follows :
LEAVE KICKMOSD f*»K PKTOHBCBO.
Express, dully, except j*’ui. 1 'iya. ?» 4.&* A. M
Accommodation an«l Freight, dally, except Sundays, at.. S A. M.
'
LK AVi rtrmiKiti no rm kichKo.nd.
U I V
Accnmi ! ill »n dally, except Sundays, at. 8 A M.
Mali daily, M '* at. 5P.N.
Paasenpers far Clorer Hill will take the Expr-*s Tratln on Tues
day, Thursday, or balurday. T. II. WYNNE,
n -21 8aperinu.adtat
It4>4>T* IXDMIOKS.
fllllF. Subscriber haa ju.nt returned fiora the North, and
I i§ in w in receipt c*f Ids Fall Slock of Doota. Shoes,
Trunks, Valise?, Cftrpet Hair?, A*'., Ar., to which he would
m* st r speert fallw call the attention of pure!..if era, a? he la
confident that his stork chi.not he surpassed, both as regards price
an 1 quality. He particularly Invites Country .Merchants, and oth
ers buying to sell a-.ain, to girt* him h rail before pur* busing, as he
is determined to sell a? low, frr Cash, r.s the sains quality of goods
can be b nirht In any of the Northern markets.
best manner, as Ids stock nf mtlrrltb Is vrry I and of tl e very
beat quality. oc7 1*. K. WHITE, 73 Main St.
AMERICAN’ AND FOREIGN
STEREOSCOPIC EMPORIUM.
E. ANTHONY,
308 Rroadua)', N« \v York*
After May 1st, IStit). at 501 BHOADH'AY, Two doors
f om St. Xieli Tas Hotel*
flMfK f*TERFCH( OPE Is the most in*tr tire,entertaining, amu
Jl >* q ant) exciting of modern ln\»*:*ti jns.
None *r«f< >gating, none too < . none U
uneducated, t.» mi knowledge It* wurth :»n«l beauty.
No h..tut* la complete without it, and i; roust and will penetrate
er. > yuhere.
li presents to jour view every pxrt. of t!ie world, in a'l the re
lie/ ts,perspectia and /Juirj isss of detail, naif yoowert
•n the spot
Photographers are every where exploring Kur pe, A*ia, Afri •*,
an ♦ America In «* *r« li of th** gran<1 and th * I*, .n'ifui, and the
remit* of their /drill are con»fantlg enriching our
We have an immense variety« f > *ws of Seen •*, in Pari*, F#on
don, England, Gotland, Ireland, Wales, France, Belgium, Holland,
.Switzerland, Fpaln, The Rhine, Versailes, St. Cloud, Fontainebleau,
Tullleries, Italy, Turkey, Egypt, Athens, the Holy Land, China, In
dla, Crystal Palace—;» so, Groups Historical, amus-ng marriage
sr» nc , breakfast scene*, pic tiles statu try, Ac , Ac. A ex>pii*ite
a*ro* taunt of Illuminated Interior* of Palace*-, Churches and Ca
thedrals of France, Italy, Ac , Ac. The elT-tt of these il!umiuut*.d
view** U voMti i emarkaUe.
Every scntleiuan of wealth and refined taste ould have In Ids
drawii groom some of our cj-putite t ine* on yla**, with a revolv
ing stereosope, showing ’*2, 25,10 or 100 scenes. Nothing can he
more fascinating, and one can offer no greater treat to a friend
fond of the picturesque and the beautiful.
Anthony'* inutantaneou* Ster. Oscoplc Views are the latest Pho
tographic wonder. They a* e taken in tht fortieth juirtof a second,
and everything no mutter hear rapidly it may he macing, is de
picied as shar| ly and oiwtinctly if It had b*m perfectly at re%t.
Tills gives additional va u»*. for to the beauties of inanimate nature
it adds the charm of life tmd motion The process h a discovery
of our own, and being nnk noicti in Europe, w* receive fiotn Lon
d n and Paris large orders for Anthony's Instantaneous Views of
American life and scenery.
Amor g other things we have just published Stereoscopic Illustra
tions of the Hcene of the Fpltos Strkkt Piavah Mkktinus, in which
many hearts feel an Interest. The particulars of this will be found
iu our c«tslngue.
Our Catalogue of subjects and prices will be forwarded to auy
address on receipt of a stamp.
Parties nt a distance sending us $T, $5 $10, $15, $?0 or $25, can
have a g od instrument and such pictures as they may require,
sent by Express.
Views alone, without Instrument can be sent by nuiil.
Parties who wish to be advised of anything really valuable In
the line that conus out, may send us their names *o place ou record,
hnd we will keep them posted at cur ow u expense
Men of leisure will find Photography a most fascinating and de
llghtfiil amusement. We arc prepared to fit out amateurs with
everything necessary for their sacceaa, together with instructions
“ How to take Stereoscopic Pictures.”
E. ANTHONY.
Impoi t.-r and Manufacturer of Photographic Materials, Stereos*
copes and Stereoscopic Views.
Merchants from every section of the country are respect
ful y invited to make an examination of our stock, as our discount
to the trade will he liberal.
T«» PHOTOGRAPHEB&—First class Stereoscopic Negatives
wanted.
Send by mall a print unmounted, with price of Negative.
[Cut this out for future reference.) fe21—dim
Bit A > D Cl'TTIXG.
min undersigned having ren ved hi« shop under the TOBAC
I CO EXCHANGE, corner 1.1th and Cary Sts , bep leave to in
form his customers, and the Public generally, that he Is now situ
ated so as to execute all woik (which he may he favored w th) In
the best workmanlike manner,and at the^hort. st pot Ude notice. If
you want a Brand for Tobacco,Flour,Gran h ags,Machinery,or any
other articles,you may, manufacturer!, tend In your orders,and we
will accommodate you on the most reasonable terms, and guaran
tee to give you entire satisfaction.
Also, a fine lot of Branding Brushes, Kev Checks, Brass Letter*,
Ac. A E. GRAHAM, Brand Cutter,
Coder Tobacco Exchange,
Cor. 13lh A Cary St*., Richmond, Va.
SIIIPBIIO k FR AGE.
TniC undent-n-J have this day formed * co-|i»rtnenh!p under
the style of .• ILL8PACGH A READ, for tie purpose of con
ducting the SHIP HHOKKUAtiE builuct., end respectfully solicit
the patronage of their friend, and the public.
A. MIIXSPACGH,
JAMES G. READ,
Cary and 13th sir. ets, near the Duck
Richmond Janaary 1st, 134-1. Jy't—ly
ion CASKS EXTRACT LOU WOOD.-In pound
A A 1V boxes, for .alt by DOVE k CO ,
M Ho. at Main St, Riehmond,
HARDWARE.
1869 FALL TRADE. 1869.
JOHNSTON A. 1SKANSFOKD*
SO. 1*3 MAIN 8THEKT,
Importer" »••<' Dealer. H.
v llardtvure, Cutlery, Dun., *r., ,
AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Wl .re now In receipt of out rail Stock of . ,i i
Hardware,Cutlery, Dun., Ac., &
Imported .nd purchased direct from the manufac -J*",
turers and would particularly call the attention of
merchant*, farmer*, mechanic*, hou»ekeeper», and the public, ge
nrrillv to call and etamlne our large and complete assortment of:'
Kodgi r* * Son’*, and Wosteuholm A Son’*, tine Pocket and Ta
S.-|J M^and ^Katori. WAS Butcher'* lupertor Edge Tool*
pile, and Rasp*, Slmmona, Collin* and Va. warranted Aie#
Arne* and Rowland'* Spade* and Shorela
D and L. II. Hay »nd Manure Fork*
Skorel and Tong*, Bra**, Japaned, Green, Pierced and Wire Fen
Coppcr and Japaned Coal Hoda
Bra** Brnnsed, Japaned and Cart Iron And iron*, Fire Carrier*,
Castfngs—Nall*, Cut and Wrought, Hone and Mule Shoe*, Ac.,
Ac together with every thing csrnprUlr.g a complete itock of Hard
ware, Cutlery, Gun*, Ac.
We reanectfuily »oliclt an examination of our *tock.
•rl/ JO NSTON A BKAKBFORD,
FALL SUPPLY.
WE have received, by varl .ua packet, and
Iteamcr* from England, and from the vari- ,•
out manufactorle. North, the largest and moat va
ried stock of
HARDWARE CUTLEK V
we ever had, to which we respectfully solicit a call from those Id
wuot of anything In the Hardware line, assuring them that we are
quite certain ;i at we will be ah!e to suit both In quality and price,
a* our foods have been purchased on the very best terms.
Cutlery Of all style*, of the very best maker*
Guns, (Ingle and double, some very superior
Chains, of »U kinds
Building Material*, of every price and pattern
Penders, Shovels and Ton;-*, And-Irons, Scuttles and every
thing in the house keeping line
Axe* and Hatchets, of the very best manufacture
AnJ other articles too numerous to mention.
T ROBERTSON A SONS, No. 66 Main at.
N. B. Orders promptly attended to. s*6
HARDWARE.
1869, FILL IMPOKTATIOB* 1869.
P, T. HtHIKE A CO.,
IMPORTER* ASD VKAl.KRSIS
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC HARDWARE,
21 P*tan or 14th STr.aKT, Ricnanwn, Va.
BT recent arrivals from England we are In ro ^atwwme*
celpt of a large and complete assortment of
Birmlr ." am and Sheffield Hardware, and from tlie
manufacturers In lids country, a fall supply of Am* H .l.fH.8
rican Hardware.
Our goods have been purchased on the most favorable term*, and
lalecte 1 particularly f*r the Virginia, North Carolina and Tennes
see trade. We are prepari d to offer strong Inducement* to mer
chant* visiting this city, and respectfully Invite them to examine our
Stock before purchasing elsewhere.
To t'x.*n or racan customers good] will be offered at a iraall ad
vance on cost.
r. T. MOORE A CO.
94 Pearl struct.
All order* carefully and promptly executed sed—dActf
CLARKSON A ANDERSON,
flic, loti, Mivin Street, . . llichmond, Va.,
IMPORTERS OF HARDWARE. CCTLERV, GUNS, AND “AN
CHOR" BOLTING CLOTHS,
HAVE received, per ships "Calhoun," “Empire State,” and "Lu
cy Ihompson, their Fail Importation, comprising a large as
sortment of fine and In ivy liar Iware, to which tin y Invite the at
test f th, v ts of Virginia, Tannemee ami North Caro
lina, guaranteeing to sell as cheap as can be hid In any city, North
or East.
They are also s-le Agent* for Fairbanks' justly celebrated Scales,
West's improved Forcing ami Lifting Pump, French Burr and Ea>
pus .Mill .-tone*, and Bostou Belting Company'a Rubber Beillrg,
Hose ami Packing.
IX. u. uruvr* si.lit rri*:vf prompt aim car'wui nuruiiou.
w. s. A: g. i»o*nr.ift9
Governor bstuec-ll Hu in and Franklin,
Importer* aud Wholesale Dealers in l int* aud lU.ivy Hard
ware. Cutlery. Saddlery, &c.
BY ihlp* “ II*rv< ft Qutfn" and “ Isaac W* bb,“’ . iiiibi
an I -t* amriVTity »*f Haltlmore,” uml “Kina,**
rning/unt* tnu/ S/i+jfitld Oood*; ami from variou- fi!HL ^ .t3
manufactorici. in our own country, we have received full *upphe«
of Auitrtmn //•irduare, embracing every variety of articlm u. u
aliv found in our line, and forming a very large and commanding
stock*
These goods have been selected with great care, purchased upon
the most favorable term*, and, we feel confident, wiil compare fa
vorably, aa regards prices, extent and variety, with any house
whatever.
Merchants and others visiting our market are respectfully !nri
I
N II.- Orders will receive prompt and careful a'lention. auk*
FALL TUAM 1859.
R< IBEBT J. DENN V’.
Denier ill Kurilv\an-, Culli ry, Toola, Ac.,
Em^ra, imj ’Ueru varietv of article* uila/ittU frr
BUILDERS, MA CHJMSTS, d- HOUSEKEEPERS,
No. 203, saoVS THX Ui.Vtli.
I HAVE now In store the largest anti most com
pletr stok of English, German and American
Hard war. ■ 1 have cur lad the pleasure to of- _JPMlu
fir, ao J rop tfuliy Invlt. all It, » ant to examln.
thi same I rt pnrcl uing elsewhere. My good* art fresh, and
having ■ cen purchased exclusively for cash, 1 am prepared to of
fer them upon ti.e lowest terms.
It. Form III a Iiuplt-uit istw I enumerate noea.Hand-Plowt,
Shovel.*, Spades, E'.i-kes, Raks, Scythes. Snaths, Axel and Chains.
Togethei with GARDENING TOOLS of all kinds.
In llniiai-Formalin" Goods my atock is also very
complete—vix: line Tea Trays and Waiters, single andinse'ia,
Japan'il Toilet’. Sets; Tin-Ware; Sauce-Fans; Tea and Preserving
Kettles; Cutlery; Fine Ivory Handle Knives; (lndos. and in sets,)
Double Plated Forks aud Spoons; Brushes; Hair and Feather Dust
en; Tui - i la Mats Brooms; (looking Ctensiis, *a,la
An-l in Hu ill!ill" -lull-rial*, particularly, I am < instantly
prepsred with a la-ge and complete stock—vis: Locks of every de
scription; Bolls. Illngo s rev-; Iren anil Brass Rail; Sheaveajkrew,
Side ati ! As! Pulleys,Sash Cor J.Sirew-Wrenclics; Cut aud Wrought
Nails and Spikes, and all other arlielca for building purposes; to
gether with Tools of al! kinds.
I hav*- ti - Agency here for the Italliusorr IBs-11 and
It rites \\ urlik, and am prepared l> furnish Steam, Wales and
Gas Cocks; Steam Whistles and brass work generally at short no
tlee.
tar Orders carefully and promptly attendeil to.
ROBERT J. DENVT,
mh.22 90S Main strret, above U.e Banks.
IXGO. HARDWARE, to.UH MATERIALS, fee. m«o.
WILLIAMS At ELLIOTT,
(>? Main Ntroot, Kli'litiinix!, V».
IMPORT I R.s. WHOU B.LB A RETAIL DKALERB IN
HARDWARE, GIWS, MACHINISTS, GOODS AND
COACH MATERIALS,
of every description
A LWATS n 1 u ' il i nfactoi r< prices, A large stock of
a\ Rl'r HER and LKtTHEIt MA< I1I >E MU TING, f-um and
V am P . king, Lace Leather. C reular haws, Hole's Faw Glimmers,
Steam H i t.lies, 'team an I Gas Corks,nil Corks, <H. Cups, Ac., Ac ,
and Machinists roods generally, of superior > tiailly Bole Agents
f rt' BALTIMORE HKs Land URae.- WORKB, and for Crr,. kett’s
celebrated COACH VARNlsH K L. WILLIAMS,
JaO-ly W. A. ELLIOTT.
IC. II. Kovlll.lt.
COACH AND HARNESS MANTFACTURER.
No. 293, Corner of M.-iin and Otis Street*.
HAS oil band a large and general ass rttnenl of Carriages and
. llarueA*. nf his nwn manufacture, which he can confidently
recommend to those m want of a good, substantial and fashionable
vehicle.
Ur will make to order any article In the carriage line, and will
useeviry elf .i t to please those who may favor hint with their pa
tronage.
Repairs executed with neatness and despatch. fe2—ly
CARRIAGE.'! (1KKI.IGE.S! ( AKKIAGI.fi!!
HITCHCOCK & OSliOKN,
RIC a Jl 0 Ml CXURIAliC IV A R t R u l* S E,
No. 213 anil 215 .'lain Slrtcl,
Have constantly on hand onuu. t»
The Lurffi at A brat • ssorlc.l Stork rJ&d&A
OF CAKKIi L K VIA
THE El'ATE, W - Mf
Oonslltlng, In part, of the follow r.g
CHecheN, PbwtoBl,
Ooachca, C1.nl*?*,
B.-ett Phaeton, Barouche*,
Eli-•♦.at Rock any*, Bug^i**,
Five Seat do T<>1> Baggio*,
Four Ft at do do Wagon*,
Two Feat dot Concord W agon*,
Roa l 8u!k**y*, Trotting Mulkt-y*,
Slide float Haggle*! do. Wagoni,
Ham.-sa and Whip*.
It 1* confidently b**HeVed that no stock of Carriage In thl* or any
other market 1* more worthy of public ntieution, embracing nearly
al« the latest styles and improvements that are desirable, and will
be fold at the lowest possible prices, and warranted the usual
length of time. We pre*> nt our sincere thanks to our patron* for
thelrliberal patronage, and hope to merit a continuance of their
favor*.
93^" All klr.dj of Carriage repairing done promptly. mL9
KINft «V LAMBETH.
CARRIAGES! CARRIAGES!! CARRIAGES!l!
UCIIMOND COACH MANI FACTORT,
Franklin Street,
One Square lie low Fxiliuugc Hotel.
We Invite all persons In want of
HOME MADE CARRIAGES,
rTo call an I examine our •leek, as wo pro- ( .
' «v* pose ii .. II a heller art,, !r lor Iras money *gy>.
t. an CARRIAGES of the aame quality can he hi ugl.t for t. the
Northern rltlta We have been engaged In budding Cskancics
more than 23 year, iiwlhi. city. Our woik ha. proved satisfactory
to all who hat e bought of u« We are c ore iaTgely engaged In
manufacturing Carriage, than any other Hnuae in the State, cm
ploylt g over 50 hands.
"••have on hand a Urge assortment of Fashionable CARRIAGES,
of lupcrl ir quality.
Calechea, Two Beat Rockaways,
Coaches, all styles, Pheatons
Charri,litres, Top Buggies,
Barouclica, Buggies without Topi,
Four treat Roekaways, Sulkies,
Slide Seat Top Ifuyglca.
Also a large stock'd Coach, Buggy »nl Sulky Harurta of our own
make, of best material and workmanship :
Coach anJ Muggy Whips, ull qualities
Carriage# of all styles made to older.
All kinds ol Coach Repairing executed In the heat manner and
with promptness. ALFRED KING,
fetT_ THO. M. LAMBETH.
NOTICE.
fllO T II K PART1EKN OF VIHGIMA AND
1 NORTH CAROLINA—We would call attention of the Farmers
o! Virginia and North Carolina to (he fact, that we are now manu
facturing the justly celebrated ‘‘Gel»er Thresher, Cleaner and Bag
ger," h r grain, and would sdv's* those In want of a superior ma
chine, to send forward their orders.
Kirsl premiums were awarded this Thresher, at the “Central Ag
ricultural Fair," held here October last, also at the “State Fair”
held In Petersburg. Iu advantages uter all other Threshers yet
invented, consists la Its being portable, threshing much cleaner
and superceding the necessity of running through the Fau Mill —
One halt the force turn illy employed on all other machines, wii! be
found sulliclent to prepare, in a given time, an equal quantity of
grain for marktt.
We tak- pleasure In referring to a few of the lar.ert wheat grow
ers, who are using these machines for Oirir superior merits vis:_
Messrs. Robert II. Sims of Turkey Island; Win. It Harrison, Up
per Brandon ; ttll'laci Gee. Prince George; D. Walker lissall
Henrico; Jas. M. Taylor, Richmond ; Win. HsllardjPreston, Mont'
gonicry ; Adolph Dill, Henrico; Thos J. Green, Warrenton, S 0 ;
Thos. It. Carter, o Henrico; together w.th many othera’ of the
largest and best farmers in Virginia.
We would particularly request all who contemplate purchasing
a Thresher to give this aa examination, at we are satisfied from
Its many advantages it will receive their preference. We have al
so purcha-ed the right, and a-c now manufacturing the ** Buckeye
Reaper and Mower,” a superior machine for cuttiug all dractlp
tlon of grain, clover and grass. Tliia Reaper secured the first pre
mium offered by the " United FtaU-a Agricultural Society •" also
awards of many Slates, counties and towns, and at the l<st ’"Cen
tral Agrlcultur.il Fair," held here, and the " State Fair” iu Peter,
burg, it received the first premiums for iu superiority over all con
testants.
No pains or expense will be spared In the selection of material,
or In the workmanship, to producs such machines as will be une
qualled by any now In use.
fob JOHN W. CARDWELL A CO.
KK.TIOVAI.s~We beg leave to Inform our friend, and the
public generally that we have removed to our new Iron-front
store, on Governor street, between Main and Franklin where we
have largely Increased facilities for manufacturing all 'articles In
our ll.se, and will he aide to show the largest and BOkl ,on .
assortment of STOVES, RANGE?. FURNACE? BRITTANNIA
PLATED, JAPANNED and plain TIN WARE, to bo found in any
house, either North or South. We have also a magnificent assort
meat of GAS FIXTURE?, of all kinds, and shall continue to cvrv
on the PLUMBING, GAS and STEAM FITTING, TIN and PA1 ENT
KGGFING branches of our business, with largely lncrea«»d force
and facilities, muring our customers that we have so tyst. ruUed
our business that we si all attend to all erdets with promptness_
Thankful for the very liberal patronage bestowed oa tts f«r many
year# paat, we hope to receive a continuance of the same In our
Hew hoo«e.
PORTABLE GAB-WORKd p»t up In town and country
M CUARLEt D. TALI k CO.
k
MHOCKOK POI NUHY * - t
corner Of cart and irrStr»3l*
Ri.jb*'/*.', Va.
mALBOTT A BROTHER, proprietor* of ..
Jl ire now building PORTABLE STEAM MoiVnT *°>0
proved conatrurtlon, of ill tltrt, from »i p, j, , '’fit!' ;
■ultable for Circular Saw Mllia, Tl.reri.lnf Mar' if ““w ►*».,
purpose*, which they Oatter themielvet arc f9n- . I*’ *M vrR
nerlor to any Engine* built here or eltewher*
They will aI»o furnlth STATIONARY ST r.AM Katin,-,
ten Uorae to any required newer. U15M, * ^ t
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, of the matt approved
and of varlouaalaet. **SAiVti*,
PUMPS and H IIEELS for WATERWORKS POETta,
MILLS, and IRONS for MILLS of all kind*. 4,L*0b».
RAILROAD WORK of every de«criptler.
TOBACCO PRESSES, KI.ATTENING MILLS,
In manufacturing Tobacco, together with every u, a ,, fi','v Mm
IRON CASTINGS and WROUGHT IRON WtrRl ’
l£ PUILU* RAIIAI, fi
EAGLE MATH INK WORKS ^
Oify, liCtfi*** litft and 1 Wi Mr04 . *
RICHMOND, VA.
nAH'i’Acn itiiR or
Portable and Stationery STEAM ENGINES of any r ,
with either Locomotive, flue or Cylinder n |i * '***>
SUGAR MILLS. CIRCULAR SAW MILLS. IRi js*n,a tl
T1CAL BAtV MILLS, GRIST MILLS, DRAININi jj ,J W,*
■unaona, LiTH» and rtaiamu uirnin '“‘*8R
TOBACCO I .U TOKA B IXTl irm
OP EVERY description, i*’
and all kinds of
CASTINGS IN ICON and BRA SR.
The aohaerit er w.■ awarded by the U S. Agrl.-u.;0e»i t
held In Richmond, Va., October, IsM, the t.|< t m, . "1
n KB.I LIIK HOSOU for Iks bsM I'orMM • . 'V" b
for form live. **■**»,
lie Karaite, by permltalon, to Governor Berry A. Wli* v
Warwick A Uarktdale, Dunlop, Moncure A Oo. and p, ' "t
.haw AC..
logan Waller
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Jiiehmond, I’a.,
SELLS Tehaccu, Wheat, Coin, Plour, and other roertr*
duce. He haa on hand a Large number of fc9„.,. » ”•
obtained by Ihoee who employ him, 03 the term. t’j. , , ‘ I
rci.i Companiea, * e*U. I
lie I* .••Ivied hy Mr. Jmkrs C. IUiw.xjd, long and
known In the turreun.i.ng * ounlliv, at a gentlem... ol r,'T
ty and energy of character. 4
r17~ CHI' • on Cary itrert, two doort below Columl Ian a,.
July 17,1,-- Jo if
PULLIAM * BETTS, ’
A U C T I < ) N K MRS
UNDER ODD YELLOWS' HALL, ’
FRANKLIN STREET RK* HMONB ».
Will tell Vegroe*. bolh pubth ly and private * 1 *•
Our Porters aluayi at each depot, and'the arri- .: ■ I , u,
_ A. C. PULLIAM
u>y 1* _ WII
i. mum»wu>. a. tikcU.it pira. r«...
BHIVM.rOKDA 4 0.
GENERAL COJMMLSSIOS AM) EOKU’AROIM
M K il CII A NTS,
on the dock,
■e is _ BiniiTIOND, VA.
E. U SklAkl K ft (
GROCERS A.M) COMMISSIOV BlERCHAMs.
CJOI.TCIT conalgnmenta wf WHEAT, fLOUR . .
kr and Advance* made.n c.,n,...
In hand. *
OAK AND PINK WOOD, for tale by the tar load id u „
cord* and upward*, at reduced price*. Apply I
M. W. YAKRINGTON
de 12—If _ K A P. Railroad Depth
n. m *• ^ Mb Hi: i.
Cl I f la A I OM
AUCTIONKKUS,
1 T thrlr olii stand, corner of Wall and Franklin §t«v*|
lA continue to - II NK*K« both publicly and pr . *t i,
Persons entrusting their Negroes to us, may be assure! la »,» r(
th;! highest market price for them. *
lIUTTOet IMVl^ Aurtioum,
Pit A NK MX 8TKKKT, KiniKOM), \ % ,
^*FM*A Pf.AVKP, b .th publicly and privately. P. r* »r-,. .
their M ii to hhu, tuny rest suuured of obtaining 1 /
market prices. ^
UVA It F:n CITY
SE^WIISTO- 3^EaA.CIiIlsTES.
AT PUTT’S oLIt GALLERY, 141 Main Rid |„
f 1 Ml 18 truly popular S. wlr g Machine b s n v off. it. .
I <if Birhnn.nd »t the f. Hutting unprecedented ... .
O'hflh, . $50.
Tills it n.t humbug affair, hut a first rste practical siadila* »n
do any kind of work, coarse or flue. The Agent has >. j
d ’lug the i . : t . it.. Alabama, f r plantation ■... ,
sir.tde In their comdruition that an ordinary tcan,tints .'aort^fc
ly ’earn to ure one.
They tew from two ordinary tpoo’a without rewinding, tr.skiir .
Strong and elastic sram that will not rip, although every tr
flit 'I stitch he cut.
A great deal might he snl.t Ir. the utunl war of adrrrtl-lrr ?.».
ng Machines, hut we pn f. r that tl pul,If. ( all at .; ■
Uietoselres We ar.- ready at all times to show ll.it e .
N. B.—The attention of country merchant, and sp* L.*\ ,.,
vlte.l to three machine as a means of Investment. The Aged »t»,.
Ing to dispose of Stale and County Right, throughout tin > „■ ■, „
States.
The low price at which there machines are sold will readily era
mand largeaalcs, and the liberal dls » . ..<
It b th a lucrative a. rdi as s plcaaaat i utir.e,s. m • u ,
find this unite a valuable addition to their stork.
S lid— ttf _ W. II FRKAR, Agtot
IM>0. I icon DBY CaOODM. IWI.
EL LETT «te DREWRY.
IMFORTKRS AMD JOD'AkkM OF
I) R Y G () O 1) S,
No. 17 Pearl Street, Richmond, In,
\\'' '
Y T fancy Ktgii«h Prints; black aud colored lupin h t ,i li.
roll, d Jaconet. , Manchester, Glasgow ard l.-ench Gmgl set. Ah
pac », Irish l.lncns, lllay I incr.t. Burlaps, gain..-r.' Sal i ,
u I • fores. Ac., Ac., of our o\a n ltit|>i>rlut|..u, t ,t,.i m
the European markets In person, by our agen-, Mr liaUa hi
We have also in .lock, a large asiortmrnt of Ai.it cat I , ,
suit- d to the present tcaiou, ahlch we will sell on the iu. it lato.’
■Ill terms to the trade
>-•*_ _ RLi.rrr a Dimr
CARPBTS! CARPETS!!
/ t' l a.'* a GW ATKIN will sell tht balan s oi hh flee Carpets si
V »m,ut halt th-tr value, to close them outer reu.,tal la
grant Tapestries, Ingrains, of Uie big makes.
0. A GWATK1N,
*1"'1 Oppoaltc Kxchaugs Tank;
H\YI. II. P'LEAS t*T8,
PRODUCE
AND
GENERAL t'O.Tl71ISMON MERCHANT,
No. 4, lath 8t. between Mn.n a:d Cary,
Kl« JmioiMl, Vn.
Particular att-.-ntlon paid t© the sale of Tobacco. Wheat Cora.
Flon . Oats, kc.
F inatrs who are disposed to ship their Grain to EcslUhe
supp led with baft on the same terms charged ty Kallr ad Con*
pam* ■ f?'>nsiffM''«»nf* snhrit# J and prnnpi r*»forri$ rr
II;*>Ir.jf. In connexion wl-h tl store formerly occupied hjr rry*
self, ’liken »he adjoining store, vacated by Mt»$ • Y V A l i.
8utt«n, and having thr< wn the twt: t get he , I an; prepared»t*rt
ever.> description of merreandlie, as well as conduct the prodset
and f ent ral comn Usion business In all i s branches.
1 h if.k ful for the pa*t j ttror.hKe of mv fmnH and the pobtc, I
woul I respectfully a«k a continuance of the same. fei
__ D1880LUTI0N,
riTH b firm of HUNT A BKulTJKK Is this day dissolved by install
1. ' onsent. Ihe nine of thecuueeru will be used by. ither part
ncrli. rb.ilngthe business. JAS. C. HUNT
i»2 _u ...» da.nl h. hunt.
Kliluuond, Jan y 2,1S40.
C(I*I*A IITNi 1-1 ItsII i I*.—The undersigned hire comets 1
themselves under the firm of HUNT A JAMES, and stlcot
tinue.the comimsiian business tor the sale of 1 barer., VtNet,
r is Corn and I
purchase of Merchandise, ul.o tor forwarding Merchandise, Tu
bacci, Ac.
We Sol ell the patronage of the friends of the late concern of
Hunt A Brother, of our Mr. James and of the public.
Out House Is on the corner of Cary and Virginia strrtts, otcri
we shall be pleated to see our friemia. Ja- C III NT,
HENRY JAVIF.
Rlr'imond, 2d Jan'y, j*t-u
U* Enquirer please copy.
TARBANT ’ S
EFFERVESCENT
; SELTZER APERIENT.
Thisr aluable and popular Medicine, prepared In 'onformity »Wl
the analysis of the waters of the celebrated Selti- r Spri: at, s
Cetniany, In a most convenient and portable form, I u
universally received tl. ■ mist Favorable re, ontmrnda
lions of the Medical profession and a Discerning
Public, at tire
MOST EFFICIENT AND AGREEABLE
Saline Aperient
In use, and as being entitled Pi spe iui preference ovr the MlnersI
Spring waters, bridiitx Powders, and other similar articles, l" tk
from’ts ronipartness and greater efli.acy. it u-.y lie ui-J w.ui
the b> at effect in all
BILLiOUS AND FEBRILE DISEASE?, PICK IIE t DACIIE, I OSS
UF APPETITE, INDIGESTION, AND A 1.1. SI tl II. A K COM
PLAINTS. PECULIARLY INCIDENT To TI1K
SI’ltl.KC Ai> Nl'.ll UCIt MMbOII.
It It particularly adapted Pi t“e wants of Travellers by Set it)
Land, Rrsidentsin llot CUmatcs, PersonsofSedentary Habits,
Invalids and tlonvalescents; Captains of Vinci* and
Planters will Bud It a valuable addition to ti.etr
Medicine Chests.
With those who have used It, It liu, high favor and Is d rmrd India
pensable.
IN A TORPID STATE OE THE LIVKR-It renders great tervl <
In res. ering healthy action.
IN DOM AND RIIKI.'MATTSM It glv.-s the beat sstlrfad h
allaying all Inflammatory tytnptouis.and in many cases tiiecteid)
curlnc those aflllctcd.
ITS SUCCESS IN CASES OF GRAY EL, INDIGESTION, HURT
BURN AND COSTIVENKNS—Proves It tube a Medicine of lb«
great- st utilitv.
ACIDITY OF THE STOMACH. AND THE DISTRF'SrlNO SICK
NESSffO USUAL DURING PREGNANCY—Yields speed . ,*nl mlt)«
marked success under its healthful ititlumce.
IT A FFORDS TIIKGKKaTOT RLUF.E TO THOSE AFFLICTED
WITH OR SI BJECTTOTHli PILEA-AUTING gently > '».>!• *•
els, tu utraliilng all Irritating secretions, and thsrt l y removing all
IritUrr xatory Urnde&ciet.
IN FACT IT IS INVALUABLE IN ALL CASE> WHERE A GIN
TLE APERIENT Oil PURGATIVE IS KE fl li ID.
It Is In the form of s Powder, carefully put up in bolilcs, to l*'f
In any climate, and merely requires water poured upon it l. pro
duces delightful effervescent beverage.
Tak-n in the mortilng.it never lntefcre* with the avocations cflhe
day, acting gently on the system, restoring the digestirr pi »et*s
excltD.g a healthy and vigorous tone of the stomach, and mane*
an ela.tlclty of mind and flow of spirit* whic h give *• l t" r I
enjoyment. It also enables tbie Invalid to enjoy nitny !u*vriei*
wltli Dnpunity, from which lie must olhei»iae be debarred, sou
witnout which life Is Irksome and distressing .
Numerous testimonials from professional and other £ '■ tbrn, c‘
the highest staadlng throughout the country, and It* »t -n
creasing popularity for a series of years, strongly guarantee
efT:c*ry and valuable character, and commend it to the favors*'0
notice of an Intelligent puldlr.
Prepared and bold, W holesale and Retail, by
JOHN A. TARRANT A CO., DniggW*,
Jel4~ly No. 27a Greenwich HE, our. of Vt uritn, N. T^
aVNDRVBS.
O 85 tkree* prime Rice
800 bbls. prime New Orleans Molasset
60 bbls. "New York” Syrup
1,01X1 Sides Sole Leather
800 pkgs. Greea and ltlack Teas,(tome prims)
800 bags Oi tiger, Pepper and Spice
9H bales Cloves and Clnnamen
600 bx*. Glass • 50 bbls Tanners' Oil
800 bxi. “Hull* Extra” and Rosin Sosp
900 dot. Brooms ; 8n0 do. Buckets
9,000 reams Letter Cap and Wrapping Paper
400 bale* Candlewtrk and Twine, for isle to the Uxoo
low [fe4S—tf] TINSLEY, TARDY A WILLIAM.'
PL© WS.—LlvIngiton Plows, No*. 1, 4, JXi 8 and 4right has*
cant Points
Llvlcpton's Plows, No*. 4. 8 and 4 left hand flit Pf ln“ .
Livingston's Improved Plows, Nos. 9 SX, 8 and 4 HO
wrought Point* „ , m
Minor A Horton'* Plow*, No*. 18, 18*. 1»X. *>X. ** 1
east Point* „ .
Wiley A ConckUn'i Plow*, No*. 8, 4, 6X, «X. M. M tnJ
cast Points . _
Rich t Iron Beam Plows, No*. P., ». N.. tad Washington, «»**•
PclnU
Hillside and Subsoil Plow*
Bari* A McCormick'* Plow*
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