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i 4I). I ME 64. RICHMOND, TUESDAT MORNING, MARCH 6, 1860. NUMBER 5«.
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TKRMA: „ ,
_ Mptt annum: Sa®!-Weekly. »S . Weekly. A3 . *1
V>t »»rT *' ' u,_iu*Doe» may be made al the rlak of iba
,,*a ad'-'* ' ' _ where -.IJen.-els Uaeo oa the Jepoalt of a
fi**6*? *K*it oar* containln*mon«y.
arraamaiao.
. .re no Un«a) W ><«. <*e inaertloa. T3
JW*»**"• fc*.h *J.l»tiona) Insertion.. *
, month wntuut alteration .*« »
T* „ JVh. .15 i>0
otl*e. .. . Xh 00
t*” . , a-.ontha. ^.
Twrlee month*.. . . ... .at w
— v, ».’> . . -■ n. to be oofuldesed by the month or year
tr*> V. i th- Man uteri pt, »r pmtoualy ajfrerd apon b»*
.. -• wet
K -fbVr' " j Oot marked on the copy for a specified mis
fi ‘ , ,;u be couttnaed until ordered sat, and payment
Jfa T urrseeurre —To asold any mlmoJerstandlnf
' \f ap:„»dl Advertiser*. It t* proper u»*U*e</u**w. «fjt{
,• i -their imm -d.fr business. Ileal
." t;; . ii,.r » !v. rdarmenta *eot by them to he an
k-' '• * d no > ertaUon.
, - ' ^ »*• K"‘*b *>•
*( . , ir out a, be charmed al Hie uaual rates, subject
B1 ■ ' • .* eutll be agreed upon.
. >■ enrsyinc nr
f ' rhanfr, 'hall not, ||. r
y s- ■"-*1 i(0^ ,n*ort more than the remount
. ***'■ ' ' . -f ro:.. ao.ler the contract, an J all ca.-ee
d .. be .-ban l k Baalnlea
>, \V. «iv bhl|t al7i c.na
tnd dOc-t.i*
1 r If weekly, 73 cent*,
-- —»
“~Vi.COM* UAHliK AM* A n KCI TIVt
OPENING OF
DRY GOODS.
riti:s:oe> a fst
H , . ,-t. .! rrlne 'h. ■ -t week, and by the
V-w York t Jay trill be in receipt of their fall
• v lu'Ce l 'tsnf Itrvss Get Is at the CldWYO
o ‘x - vl • ' i s * Vork durin* the pul we k, all of which
» ...... tea rtment of
** Prl« Si Ike. eml-ca. ny aJ yradea, from Th cent* perjarJ,

« . \ . .4,: .cn i French Ljktf'tr*
: eery t - J pricra
y • V i ilM*»
K ■ Plait an I Striped PcjdtOB
, f . -her new and beantlhll fabric*.
-.rr.ro tern s la now complete, amottyat them
.. m Co ;..ra, at price* much Ins V an usual
Heal Pots lose# llo.
Val'ese do. do.
; , p •! I. Setts, a splendid assortment.
w. .' . , ,
' < O'T IIMi:
lire* da ' ■-* Aid 6 I Fulb 1 Cloth*
... I r i e.uWrr Unsess
Keep any UtMb, nil
. 4 f F»c*d Co- ieU an.l CA««tm.Tes, Ne*m and
J?’,5£2 »M*PW * Irtt.
* SI? Broad Street.
1„ . FALL. I»L
\ K. 1‘ARKKR CO
t-.u t!K\T OK STAPLE A\l> FANCY DRY
«t
. ,1 ;■■ «-. l wtH te
DRY GOODS •>
.•is .tt.-nt.on:
f • IK-.-t-IIKS
|; b ■ ■ to. I I'ooSB
- tig .-bn. epshW,for"noamtaw
- « •« FI., ..I *1LK ROBES
*T-» t M • ' SILK ROBES
.. r. Pr -..I MoCSRRLtNB BOBB
» hPirnC Pr nod VIOI SS-LINK3
|v i.i\- VA.> NPIAS, pul l. I»K illLVKLJ
Y .i1P • I T.-n 1 MERINOE8
BV«F- BMKHISOW
b „rN viXINLS
Pi BorttZIN Btv-k ALPACAS
Ct/ir''- CtSAIMERM , 'VESTINGS
*4v.J M 11 nt FIJI L«l> C| OTIIS
y. . . » v ft NETS, UNSAYS, 4e.
b ! nuukc*
* • - .1 C red SerrantN BLANKETS.
T cch. r wtf • wry tirtele taually kept In * Snt-etait Dry Gu»*»
s..«. Ailof *hk*l*»* Will mU eery ctwap. ***•—'*
I 1*1 IN IIH EIPI OF TilK K ALL i|
1 • k#
K. JivjK* JOHN THOMPSON, •«? Vlaln »♦. _
r|1|| J PIRRKIIA' KOOli- avr H.Ji tkr
„ • " *
. ... tiiaallj adapted f».r Uuntrima,
>tr*.r« *qil Teamtera. AUo, a general assortment of every
Wcr tod rora, cheap at w„ »tU,H
WN. B. WILLIAMS. SAMl'KL V. REID
u 13.1.i \’ivi A
PH.Ol UTK
Commission Mcrdiant^,
f £ coRSMM r.ii.vcr AXif s.v< u.vo &TKJSMT,
riurlwnotl, Bhl».
\t rn I*m*i! nr> , *«
(Mh tilt m < ■ n . uweaU
N r lttiudiat-> c. t and St rrd on account of purcha»««v
Dl<iS(iL( TIOX.
T.: • : , . 1 - 1 iv 1 -• v.-1 b» via
v«r PI ml'-c !tc nd : • > ret:.ore to the cc.un
i 1 •
, ,. ,. 4 , n .,.,1 »t , r. for i .loA, li’I l.t Janu try
,f. i liartuts D aulhofl* 1 »•• •'e buatoeat nt the
• . WILLIAM It. CHtTRCH,
Mis ' WM. P. FLEMISH.
\v m in:*. ji:h i'i.uv.
Silver and l*l:itetl \\ arc.
s. \. ’i i i;kn
Knes .to ii.h.-Mui. .®pletewort- |TL
v. r i- 1 . t. - -arinjf all the r/Y
. . I :he .*•! ,» .SB
. ,. • m_ ||. i'l particular alien i«
■V ATI 11 A liuJu .Jure ura, I. P A* lan -* k
s c-.ILstd’- J .-• Eomnr*. Ileure leynold* Lemon, Jua.
■ i. , 1 f i • :>»
tinge. S
V%» * ist Fin*, for gent*.—
A- .f. .,u- ie. Coral, t t*a.l »ii-o
F t i l* li’i.rn Bracelet*.Chatl.tln
J . Ru* ‘ ' v .
[ i • ('apt, Booqoet
H • ‘-.K K - 4 I 1 flu, I! rrv Spoons, Aipsrsru*
. I r 1. - T,- . u* «n.l folks, tint Silver Plated
’ ■ e-nents thst cannot fall lo please In
■ K • *
* A. MTIR9,
| it) Comer Main and Pearl Sts.
tlLlOf ED.
p * A RAR0VV1N JK > or removed to th-lr Sew Store,
IT. v .. ,1 -i abov* th ir oM stand,
T . ah I
• -. • ,. • , ... , rVi-'T .1.- r'.ptl o, of Water
vii. W,.- i Hv.l , H..U-r-s. Cookine Ra res,
. is A kg,
I . . . . g *. |M ngs with hot
is. l5i t' »kr *:h . or i • -I to state that t!.ejr
ii t v.r i,- v n this or aay other country, which
V.y w.a pat up *n l aar-.ant to rive batrsfa.-tisn.
t is-.— yo. rtTrent. ’ p!*.n ant 'snry ti:i »*-e, und Grate* ’.nd
Malm always oa Is an A soil—«f
K ROSIN K Oil. Ji.it r v t I * - sale an ea el*
It i. brtcht and I
arar-i.' r. WA :■ ->i.
i»i* So to; It-..-id -*»reet
I . < OP l K r\KHNHIl* > O I I< K.
I » . ,v , . , . , th. C wiaMaa, Grocery
I - ' ■> \ *. r. a CO. J w If*
No. o, Main Street.
* * ! t1 • ore i ty i * return me *.ncere than As to my
• • r.r • ... <r ,.f pa'rooaee dor ng the last tree
I •*'*f*. *3 Itulicil t r iht urv cutH t-'u ititu • >iuUaunl f»>"n
j m un
I JAMES II. PK.VKCK * CX).,
"hi'Umu: am* kkt ail. oiciguiats,
Va.
1 VTLRtS it t*-ur>, Medicine*, Oe-ilcali, trails. Paints. Oils
!; • : ri. 1, t.ir.l n and T1 »crS.-e.l*.
"*»■, 1-ep eted Perfumery and ail stable* ui their line ofbual
"n: frien.lt thst we open our new store on Monday
h Inst, and srilt be pleased t»* see them.
UKIDV'N PI IfLIMIIM. HOI Sfc—8BW
** NS JINT 1SSI ru The sdeenturra, by tie .rge aug'ts
uiai.hr.. , Sth l Trevv' r. The BukeN Victim, by •» W.
’ »*• I* V nt« Ada Le yh. cr the Lov# Teal, by Ptrree
**“• V c-t.tr. Jane Horton, '.y Jack Brace. *5 cents: The llaunt
* : . . M l ...» Past I •• r. M m r»
-• Nu- ... ttv rft rd, 23 cents. Mailed, frse of post
•eerllt ’ price
;»s* fatuity M isth * N*wa
*• -1 a: the 1 * late .f TaiSTi m* tear- a Vsaa. Send
'• -h'h i ra.li > maincioth Catalogue of all the beat
I **>*• toti !r„ „f postage
IRKDEIUC A. BRADY. Publisher,
S4 Ann Street, New Tork.
_Agents wanted. .le- i—Utkn
| H GRICE. -PAS stick ana msaa of approved brands
•»J <»l- t .
T.'tjquA br»*i» Sipc-rtar A: 4'.»«tun
ivse.rad sale low bv J PITPIKU) 6B0RGB,
, In M Hi air A Co.‘i building.
Ifl -"Me-tf C»-v Str.
Ai:u i.ooiin:
(r' ,v -n ta’.Lii .re N w re«-Ued,G*orgi* Caaslmere*.
. * •) * f-w 4a<>. •• ,»ti',i Vie.- da mad* C*s»imere*. Ibr
k Ageing 5uCa. for men and bo ra
SAM I. M PRICK A O'.
|>R«» AU H t NU IKON
** . J »HN S'. GORDON A S<>S
( ’« TLLMk - By i4te BmvB't f*xn*i Kit|Uad, •» w* l** j
I badil ' ^ oar v ol tta* Pxlct Table Cutlrrj
I iv v " '*• Hmw,t *.. 4t,-i| m*nufa *:urrr» of Joe*. KofcftA
I '■*"*' w«m»l.V>lui A Mappln Hr*.
, ,. I KOBKilTSON A dONS,
_ No. AS Main Street,
J J* W I> l; n Powder,
[ COMPRISING
' ' and HP In kega, ^r keg*, and caa!»teri
*»«!e Ride In qea and ranteter*
Aag‘e Back In qra and an later*
B,attend In canlatera
la.-,. ALSO—
By Puute b'aat ng Powder,
rr^hp BoWIN VtOBTHAM A C<J.
I ''_ Agent lor the Manafackurera.
P°“T1-*> O SIB I P.HUlkbR torsRa b*
I _ LBG.B DAVIXTOBT.
I \ '•tINI A SPOKES AND PBLLOE*.-*' taka
I i^». *''***are la aaaouac ng to our friends and tha pabAc that w*
I K a!v“* “■ nr* constantly r*c«tetag baggy, snlhy, “d »»
I Is '-snJiam^ turned, of the brat moontahi hkhorj.—
;***•■ ••*4=srxsijfi,ssKon:
)H. T4 Mala <M.
MICII MOND N.lDi: CLOTHING,
Increased l*hi c* i 1 i t e s.
. •'hi«beet manufacturing Cl "thing In the «,
a. '■» 'Ik. 'l l AY-- twenty yean, anil I n at this
ti -r Lli' I "1 ha-els in his .inplymeit, and will, in 11
\*. mi tit! ■ tw<>, make large additions to that nuin* ‘ ‘
b-*r M *a - g taken the story over his store esneeially for m iiw
fi.'tur c puip s. *. he W iletermlii'd to make any article in the
• " h ng luo-that .' all compare In every respect, with clothing
male Northern tlet, and he ask* the patronage of his old
ti . tola ar I the itdlc gen-ral'y, ’n view .f ihe fact that he Is giv
ing emj.loyuien :o our anal to a large number of me banks and
w thy trma>». who might otherwise sutler for the necessaries of
life Heh<s the b-st of cutters, and intlenals uot to be surpass
el by anv hou-e In the country
Maryland, ' ralula. Car lin ts and Georg a Caiwiineres and
T«< " Is of all grad*, and colors Strictly a Southern Manufactur
ing House, as ail shall be suisti *d by a personal inspection of not
what he Int- :ids tu do,but what he has bieu doing for years past.
►' B SPENCE, Cb.filer and Taller.
whl_Corn. Main a i.ehmond, Va.
BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
BARGAINS! BARGAINS'
BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
AT
S1MFSHN a M I LI.KM'S.
VI >1 »> VON A 'III. At l**.V.
SI »J P.SO.N A HILLKK’S.
ll'Kwril sell ib» balance of our Kali siock v. rv low for cash.
It at g will h are tttty Do-skin Sacks, suitable forSpilug,
which we will sell ar cowt for rash.
SIMPSON A MILLER, llUfato*
RIGHTS AN Ik COLL VMM.—We keep cotusUnfy on
^ I. in a g -d a*, rtiutni ot shirts and Collars, direct f o n our
wn ti.ai.ui.ac’ ry, whq-h we warrant t*. tit and w.-ar well. Orders
a. , ted 'or anv kind, quality r quantity, which will be promptly
and waSlbfwetorlly executed.
uhi KtKN. RALPW1M A WILLIAMS.
CPMING tllE l-SK hV-l variety of style* of light
^ C*i s.o oTi Sprg t Ver Suck ' ats, adapted to the |insifOt sea
s ■, at KEEN, BALDWIN A WILLIAMS'
('PINTS FI H NISHI V«. HOODS. DaKRACUTT,
I ll.AKKls A C<>. have received a large and beautiful assort
it rf i,| tlents I* . l-.iiing gn , ,*, i*i ns.sting of Shir**, Draw ers. Col
Cra.it*. hah It.me, n* Si irl*. moves, Suspenders, m:d In
• ■ 1 '-ar. We Will.,
t: eh ,m11i!i - ;C ' -n • all u w tut, lathvt . ■■l-brateJ SHIRT
o' the (I. l ieu lltlL I 1, lory, noted tor II - "ml It III Its til, and for
i . . wearer We would invite those in want
ct a; \ of tile a ate goods .o call early on us.
DARRACOrT. lltRIl!* A CO,
Su.n e-sor, to Alerehant, M eisigrr A Co.,
mhl No* I i'f Main street,
vku cloiiiing : n»:\v i i.gi iiing: : t*ak
. a i: vuoTT, !l t mils A CO. Lave, and are receiving, a tine and
lur^r a*»ort Burnt • 'f
Clot him?,
suitable far the present an I c aalirg »»:»* -n, which they o(T-r on the
in >-t re i» liable tci * A ... a larggstock of Clrildren's Boys' and
Youth's Clothing, cut and ma le in the very best manner, and at
the verv lowest prv * If you want anything in the clothing line,
call "U Dai.si, I , Htkl. A C.. . and have yaur w orts supplied.
DARKACOrr, 11VRUIS A CO.,
No. Ilf Main hi.
Cheap < ’lot him?.
Durable Clothinj?,
(ientt'el (’lothin”:,
At 110 Tlaiti Street.
ClALLIn and mvi-v.-ur selec'ii ns and buy the goods a! yaur
/ awu price We want to get all the winter stock out of the
w «v, and to th it I- I otTei sue*. lllsIuri'Uieuta as must atti.rct
s
I v.uwishP • ike a V * d investment, buv a new suit of
i Tl'l’MAN A I if LI., 11" Main sL
iv.u, iica Ji’irrii'h
Swntlicrii riolliini; Jlauufactory,
ESTABLISHKD IN lMv.
I3ST RIC ~\rj±
t t iq \ n • h.’f nerallv known th it I <*?tbHshed tny Clothhur
1 M«’> k • v mt».n ct* TKN Y AQO, aud hav*- conutam
v f i tV*t 1. ntiuued t • *-• * ami make a Urice portion of UtV
s* k m U \*n .ri l. At Var.Jred* of uty customer* will testify t •;
«n . haM-.*; ;i. rested n > irt'eii from time to time, am now better
prepared to r^'eiv.* order* fur work in lar#e or »tu.iil quahtltle*
than heretofore, ard will ifiSar mtee to fura'nh them juit *3 low %d
t h v t . b-La! uf Northern hoiu-*», a.Rd equal in ityleami ma
teria*.
B. njr i pm t «1 ni%o a? my B .tin*** (nut having climbed In at
*he h*,'K •m l* » \ er uthere’ shoulders,) 1 :* niter uijrielf that I c»n
>: t.- »» rt; : h »nd a* ^uud nn article f>r the price as any houae
N.»rth or > mth
Let 11; v » wsn t. bulpl up rr»nt muintni
patr. n re the old .-s-,1 -h~t houses llrst. anil let Tttsu reap the
re* ini the* , ,i!r r- rp ». r past, present or future servlrea.
pi, , • ,s I in pr tr by from seventy-five to one
hu: .treil hands no* in my employ, and many of them have been
for years.
C l -nil •! ■ ri»nuf*i ture» at home, more eaperlatly when you
can In s . * :h i.t a l lit • al cost. WM IRA SMITH,
114 Main St
MITIt K.
.1 ■ K' ltdy T*»a• • •- i Inihiitg, N N Hall
l I , it. M- II WHITLOCK, and we will continue to
k-e;i,iurl.c.'i . ,• i stiment No. 1»a» Main st, where we will he
It >et.,r ..itomers anil the public in general, having
tua.le ar-.ing meats to m tnufacture our clothing here, and we
are prepared t j v . . ice orders of any kind to be made up in the
basl styl- .1 st short Our winter sto-k, »e will offer at
- Mock. Call at
j ig E. MORRIS 4 CO., Ilk) Main «t.
K MORRIS. _K. ELI.I8.
l •».%;>. IMT1CE. 184®*
K. D. KFHTJXa.
TAILOR AX D CLOT 11TER,
Mu. lit; Mala Street,
n A? just retnr- I from New York, and Is n. w prepared to ea
b.t-it ti -i -«t at tract i ve s*ock of goods that he has ever had
the fi'easure of offrrvg to htslilenda and the public, consisting In
* ' CLOTHS. CASSIMEUCS AMI VCSTIVUS,
of tk« newest styles, which he will make to ordet In the most ap
prised tnaur.rr lit* warranted to please la all cases.
ALSO,
It- s' a:; 1 recelv'-g, x choice gelftHcn of gent’s, yauth*’ and
READY-MAPE CLOTHING,
of every grade and style
OKVi: r.MEN’S FCKNIbHlNG GOODS,
such as *•,!■•»., to , T s. ■' . s atoi Dtawrs; Merino
81- ts at. I Drawers, ••! go. I pit: »*
,r.f F. D. KKELING. No. 12<i Main street
-I’tt TIIE l‘l 111 il
1 .1 „ . • ,» ..f "ttur ll-elel Sh it," we have ma*te arrange
acids, , . •- . .apoaHMa, on a.tint of the great
I Kg mm • '••• I” i-o
ar Shirt - n hand, l-t e nr vanity of style mud ijuali'.y, so that
,he». ser 1 -,g or I. s will a "w have them rilled regularly and with
I s; i*- • As we at. the s. I- Ag- -.ts P>r this Shirt in Richmond,
we wo- d re«pe- rfuliy call the attention of those who have not
Seen Our M del to an exam!nation, an 1 they will become convinc
ed that It ,s the f-e--‘ -f .Hiss/ tetosf ifaC'tf’/e S\irt ever offered
for sale. We are also prepares! to wake to order from scientific
it reduced nricel W .
I a large a I desirable stock f GINTLIMRN’B PT7RN18HIKG
GOODS. ftlii -h embrace* everything pertaining to tlie bnamcM,
and which wilt be offered at greatly reduced prices.
STl'KIH V VNT A M AGWIRK,
au?w Ha. ■ l. * a.
n o U If I 4. A THU UROI'CHT IKON AND
V 1 W'lKK RAILIN' . -—** ured by Letters P:it :it i Admirably
I fa; led tor - ■ - I-sin/ Pul-1. • Grounds, Cemeteries, Ba'.conys, Cot
tag.s. A ep an • l»* Hurdle, Patent Wlr -, buckling Bead
steads, with every var-ty of Folding Iron Bcsdslei.l* an 1 Iron
Fu r.dure Patent W -e C-xl Screens, Or-, Sand and Gravel
s Terns, Wire V •• • • f, - M v|C ■ i, Sheep, Poultry, and other
W ■ S k In great va
riety, for Gardens, Ac.
M WALKER 1 SONS. Manufacturers,
No Mo Market, N. E. corner Sixth street, Philadelphia,
oed d 1 y
UOTIK M M)K SHOE*. I have constantly on hand of
my own maanfacture, the following kltols of
Jioots and Shoes:
K<»r Lmlles:
Gaiter Boots, with and without heel*
Morocco Lace Boot*, with " **
Goat Sain ” “ “ “ “
Kor ueauemi'Hs
Fine Or»s» Bout*
giuul Hoots, single and double Sole*
Oxford Tie- ,;tnl Brogan*.
Kor >li>se« ami Childrens
G at anil Morocco Bo -s. with aud without heel*.
Kor Burs:
Cair Hr-cars ar.l Oxford Tie*.
Kor Ner»«tit Homeni
Stout U . .t o d Kip Lace Bouts.
Kor Servian* Tien:
Brogtae* and Bragin
1 sn ore;, .r 1 to make to order atshort notice, any of theabose
meotWrr 1C..IS. JSO. a PAGB, JA,
*K> Main Street,
S doors above T It PRICK A COj
I vote |(|.\ I' One Tenement on north -ide Basin Bank, ad
’ i :. the oflSce of Messrs. Gooch A Echols. A) ply to
WARWICK A BARK.'OALE.
/ <«ti\ \k %MTKI».—«f* wish to purchase a few cargoes ol
1 |
SH BIUNI A BOMKrnU.lt. j
II'lllTKD 4 good hands, to work on Welted Boots. |
\\ ' 6 do do do Shoes and Gaiters.
Id good ttrogne hati'ls.
O- ,1 workmen wii; v. t steady Work and the best wages, by Clip
P K W HITk B. T Main M.
1\ mi >' ’Idltoi t o UOOIN, Thick Soles, with ai d
I™ • wBtwAiam
. nwiiA wwi
oi Louis ; Co.. Va, of llanoverCo., Va.
J Of* "b kTO> A WHITHC,
Groccra titi-I Konimlwalou Tlercliuut*,
Corner **h and Un>vi Street*,
BicHKoxO, Va.,
Keep ct uaiontiy on hand a well selected flock of
t.KKKKlKS, I.I\>ro::t», 4c.*A«\,
■ f , .
N* *" '** lii hbls. T\- aC Coff-e and Granulated.
1.V kh'ls. New Orleans'
Receiving for ao!e by ___
f,jl LEWIS WEBB A JOHN G. WADE.
IILOIVa! PLOW N’t 1*1.0 WN ! ! !—NO EXCUSE FOR
I GOING N'lilTU To Bl'V PLOWS.—The subscriber makes ev
-V var'r'v f Plows kr. % n amour S. -Ih.rn farmers and planters,
,.j I recur ■■■• Is espe. .ally his a . / to. which uses three
- r in. upwards ou e.ch Plow, thus adai''!?* 11 «°
p. H ,-TARKK.
detil T'.iccd rs above St Charles Uutoly ftkfrge.bj: Y*.
•m/lKBUNAtW WENTEK.X LA K» for sale by
iWOMtiLK A CLAIBORNE.
't,. Sin It Pearl st.
*1*1.K*DID DUV DOOD*,
\T REDICKD PRICES FOR CASH,
At PF.I1KI \s A t «*s, N«. t 4 1 Eagle Square.
LA g 4E »tu.-e Rich thr-e Sllka, at and below co*t.
Rich Silk Rub -s, »■ **. J5, and *tn, worth 85and 440
Ki -h Erriich H l.ilne Rubes, at half price
printed Preach !vU q*i, at co*t
V»lfCiu«. PupUkm and Foil DeChrvreo
Table bfMfc, Napkin and TowvMnft
Large* *» "A and !*ejaare Wool Shawl*, ll coil
L*di g black VV.sol an 1 Merino Bhawla.
CLOAKS. . _ . .
Black Velvet and Black Cloth Cloak*, marked down below
c**at, to cloae them out .
Large #; tk lu-4,11-4 and 12-4 Bed Blanket* at very »°w
yar !• beat Kr tilth and .American PrinU, at 10c.
Rich Trimmed Lace Srt*e
Biih French Workrd Maalln and Cambric Sett*
Lace lu-rthm arwl Capea at coat. . . .
To reduce atock by the 1st March, we will »«11 lD
(he above artklea antll that t-me PKRKIV • W.
^4 No. 141, Kagic Bquare^
.111 NILE HBLS. SOUTH CAKOLINA NO. •
,)il FAMILY ROA HERRINGS. 50 bbk. N. C. Gross UsCTtog*.
-uuai to hr Fancy Ros Aiao. keep* eonaUnOy on hand baled
HaV kaiad Oata. baled Shocks. Bran. Browavtuif, FhlpatoF. Clears
Oata, Corn, and a genseol a». rUDent ,f 'h* f"*1
Groceries. A too, the must choice Wine*. Brandies, Old H
Ac For sal* >kto wholesale or retail on the tost.JJJJS4*"
lr_. w- ROBERT A. L OABNRY.
"foT Grocer, wholesale and retail, cor. Broad and Tlh sE
GREAT S01THER5 HAT AXD CAP MlM’FACTOLY,
JOHN DOOLEY,
SI T| n> STREET, RIC HMOND, VA.*
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN FUR, STR\W, LK.lUORN,
PANAMA, HOFT, AND MOLESKIN RRK83 l!AT«*. ^
111 A VIC now rtr.i«ly my Spring stock cf Mats,
Ci pH, and Straw floods, to which ! would la
\ite the at»»*i*tiori of the merchants of \ irgltda,
North Carolina and Tennessee, confident of u>y
ahl'ity to supply the « with eTerythi g they may
wain in toy Hoe, on as goa * terms as they can be
procured in any market in the country.
My stock aiiil»e kept constantly fall, by the addition of anything
that is new « r desirable ilavtny greatly Increased my manufac
turing facilities, many deal abl* tty 1*4 will be of my own manufac
ture. My B'i k Moleskin Hat is still In the front talk, and M equal
If n ! superior to anything produced in the country.
My a«s rtment of Boys’, Misst* and Ch!I Iren’s Richly Tilmtned
Ha:* and Fla’ , of all the differ* nt style* of Braid and Leghorn, can
not be e act lied.
In Military flood*. I can furnish anything required. Mv stock
j of the various ju.ilities of Army “ Regulation ” Hats, Is very coni
plete. and ary of ibe different s’jbs of Hats or Caps made to order
at short noth'e.
mhh JOHN DO^LKY.
erAA BOXER I IN PLATI
fs» io*i» English Iron
ll*o bundlvs Wire.
Receiving pet Munches er and Lynchburg, for sale hv
II v HVI i. UtW STRAP .v WIL1 \Hi
COOM FOR SACK.
T 1! AVK f r .vie privately, a guoil Cook, about 40 years old.
J. Her owner l. desirous to sell her to rem *ii» lu or near »hc * Ity,
nih.'i —4t IIKCTOH D \ VIS, Anot'r.
KKCOLl.KmONS AND PRIVATE tIK*
Mill R8 "I H AMI1M.T.IN,
Till Fi'OI. OK i;r • l.l n . o> the HI-'->rr of II- Karl of M-rcl ind.
Ilv llonry Broo*e, Dq A now anti revlied edition, «.:ti an
introduction by the He*. W. P Strickland, l>. D;!L\uU, 12
mo ; 42.
RKCHI.I.K TUVA'S AVI* PRIVATE MEMOIRS OF WASHINGTON.
Bv hta adopted ton, Geonrc IVn-hingti.n I’.irke Cu»tl*, will a
memoir of the author by Mr daughter; and llluAtrativ,* and ex
planatory note* by I! i .nil J. I. Ming , 1 voL, Sva I
IHIKM8. By Thom** Uucanan Read. A new a,d enlarged edl
tlon. In 2 vol« , I2mo ; #2
THK VOYACI I'K TilK CONSTANCE; A TAKE OK ThK POI.AR
I 8KA8. By Mary Gillie*; Illustrated; 41.2b. 1
THK CHILDREN'S Pit'll !tl Boor <>K tiOull AM GREAT
MEN. Ill1 - rated »i:h tlfty engraving-. ♦ 1 .-*•
A TRIP TO Cm A. Ilv M Jnlia *rd II vr: 7.V.
SERMONS. By th- Rev. F \\ . *-o!>ortn>n, Fourth -i-rh" 41."T
Tilt POWER OF Jr.-il'S CTIKIMT TO >.A\ K l NTO Till ITI KR
MOST. Ilv th.i Rt>v. A J. Campbell ; 7.V.
THK CHILDREN'S CHaKM , illustrated with -litem colored pic
tures; 4 1.27'.
PAROCHIAL LKCTCRKS ON THK PSALMS. By the ate Re*.
David Caldwell. I). 1)., 41 7*'.
Revel*e l hv A. MORRIS,
lnh2—2t ___ U7 M,l. «tr».o.
SPBIfltt STYLE OF BATS ISO CAF8,
AI NT ’lain Sired.
I AM In receipt of tl - ep-hig Ka Ion-of HATS and CAPS,
1 i f all on <n -, to wh • h I respectfully invite tin :*• t- dlon 0
1,1 tin piddle. .- JOHN THOMPSON
jlilK NEW AMI POP! LAK BOOKS,
(NOT K JR THK DAY ONLY.)
Sir Rohan's (llioat. Bv a Contributor to "The Atiau'
i Ti i- a -udcrlul book renounce I by critic* superior to any similar
American Look, haa passed to the Third Kdlti >u ♦ l.• **.
Errnartlni*. B* Inm SO Am.tr Thi* author rank* Jtrrt \u
p»ri*. and In* hooka are read more than any other author'*. '‘Thl*
charming novel ia by far his best book." 41,ml.
It itur) ul Mur luii l. Sal I IhH elegant
Work I* ready. Not only a iuo»t interesting *t«ry tut'he baud
- meet hook of th: e-at ever la ued Tl.i. new edition i* still an
I improvement over other* In beauty of binding. 4UaI
1 Ik- Uoin >n Hu- -nun- 1 ! '
tlie "lloston Correct K itiou," edited by Ret. K. N. Kirk, and la
correct in e*ery particular 6th
Art Kerrentloil*. richly llluttra'ed, ■ obtaining instiue
liona 111 Drawing Grecian Painting, Antique do , Waxwnrk, Hair
do., .*: d iv fav! to all of the eleg.ut accomplishment* of the day.—
A valuable b.. k for teacbera and those who would btcoQe teach
era. Th:hu Eimox Itiraom* 41.80.
...... .i.i.vr. .... iwr-.llr ae
knowlcdged Is one ol the beet books Tor youth ever published. sOc.
Above for sale by all Booksellers, and sent by mail by the I’ub
J. K. TILTON A COMPANY. Boston.
CLOTHING
FOR THE
SOl'THERN TRADE.
THE I, A RG Ef>T AN"} MOST C 0 M P I. E T E ASSORTMENT
or
RICH AND MAGNIFICENT
SPRING AND SU3IMKR CLOTHING
EVER OFFERED !!
.TAMES WIIjDE. ,Tr..& Cp..
Vo. :iH*» RKOAIMVU.
BETWEEN WHITE AND WALKER STREETS,
New York,
yrTHOSE GOODS have been long and favorably known throogl -
v » out the Southern States, announce that their Stock of Cl’ th
Ir.g for Spring and Sommer Wear will he ready for the inspection
of buyers on Die First of February, at which time It will be full and
complete.
We Would cal! particular attention to the fact that all orders lent
tour will he carefully fi'led under our own I W W UDIA'I A*
Ml PEKVISIO.V. To those v.* visit our marke', we respect
fully extend an Invltati >n to call and examine our stock before
making their purchase*. __ _ _ felh- 8m
ESTABLISHED 1760.
PETEK I.ORILLAKD,
S.VIFF AND TOBACCO ?I A V U F ACT I'K £ R.
IGA IS i llATIUKUS ST.,
(Formerly 42 Chatham Street, New York')
Would call the spec ial attention of Grocers and Druggists to his
removal, and also the articles of Lis manufacture, vis :
If HOW M SNUFF.
Macaboy, Demlgros,
Fine Kappee, Cure Virginia,
Coarse lUppee, Nachltoches,
American Gentleman, Copenhagen.
YELLOW SNUFF.
Scotch, Fresh Scotch,
High Toast Scotch, Irish High Toast,
Fi c»h Honey D-w Scotch, or Lundyfoot
TOBACCO.
Htti.SlXO. SIX*rcr CHEW 1X0. SgoSISO.
No 1, P. A. L , or Plain, St. Jago,
No. 2, Cavendish, or sweet, Spanish,
V s. 1A2 mix'd, Sweet Scented Oronoco, Canister;
Kilefoot, Tin foil Cavendish, Pure Turkish.
A Circular .f Prices will be sen! on application.
N. B._Note the new article of FtosA Scotch SnuC, which will *e
ound a superior article for dipping purpose*. de24—d3m
Y’.% > LEU , T.k 1 L,< It A « O., No. 14 Main street,>a»e
y In store a large stock of
Butcher'* File* and Edge Tools
Spear and Jackson's Hand. Kip. and Grain Saws
Baldwin's bench amt moulding Planes
Hunts ami Simmon’s chop and shingle Hatchet*
Nagdole's A le eye, nail and brad Hammers
Cook's and .- icll's east steel Augers anil Hitts
Withcrby, Beatty A Bradley'.. Drawing Knives
Turning Lathes, Chisels ami Gouges
Boreing Machines, tire and breast Drills
ALSO.
m.ek.mlil.'s tools of Die best.lUallty, for sals lew for cash or to
p inlual customer*. ___ _ aoHU^
UOVE-SADE FI RNITURE.
DELVIN' k ATKINSON
GOVERNOR STREET, RICHMOND, VA.
WOULD respectfully Inform their frlcrdt --riiisii
UL ,n.l the public that fii j have and will 65 : ''T-OlMlb
W» ■■ t.. ke. P 'in I .nd, a large assort- krjSSnR^BK* (
* 1 < uient of tbeir own made |
CABINET FURNITURE. J
•faB style* and quaint .1; Feather Beda; Hair, Cotton and Stack 4
Mattra-w.-v, Ac. Tney h »ve spring Mattrasaes of a superior kind, 4
nor* approved of tl in tsy other that have bom In wee; together 1
with an assortment ■ t • 1 P , . l utes, trom the best l
and ol.Lst manufactories In this euuntry. 1
T> ,V would invite thel- friend- and the p iblic to anexam'natnvn l
..ftheirst. ' k, and will assure them that they rr.n and will sell as 1
low as any other house, nth 1 > : St rbey art DOW mak- 1
ing • rrar.gemcnU t.i enla*ge their manufactory, anil hope by a strict
attention to tiieir buslners to merit a continuance of the liberal pat
ron vce they have hitherto received They are also prepared to
furnish, at si. "t notice, any kind of Iturial Case, either wood or
uie'ai. • will. ail necessary gr.ve clothes, and to attend t • the
Cnd. risking in all its departments, with promptness and dispatch,
de-.ej 6m ______
LA PERLE -AeTSTiD JVCJBIS
CHAMPAGNES.
ntnr. underslgnc i have been appointed sole ag- nts for the rnited
I States and Canada, lor tin sale of the CHAMPAGNE WINES
of Messrs. JACQUES GOEKG A CO., al Chalons sur-Marne, France.
We pro e:it their Wines to the public uuJer two brands, namely:
LA PERLE and RI BIS.
Tl , •• PERLE” Wine I* >t exqui-ite flavor and fruity taste, and
is guaranteed to compare favorably with any Wine In Hie American
market.
The “ RUMS" Is u fine CaMr.*t Champagne, of n beautiful Kubjr | .
color, which Is natural to-he Wine. This W ine Is undoubtedly one
of the finest Cabinet Champagnes producer! In France, and is .MADE
from tl rapes of the choicest selections.
From the long experience, extensive possessions, and large means
of the well knew h ase of J veycw tlotan A Co., and their deter
mination to furnish W inert wldch shall meet with tire approval of
consumers, we feel persuaded that a trial will fully establish all wc
claim for tire excellence of these wines.
GRAMKR, ARFGG A MeCI.OSKEY,
No. 19 Broad street, New York.
For sale at wholesale In Richmond only, by ^ ^ ^ ^
mh3 •- Main Street.
K1CIIARDSON’S
IRIS H L I N E N S,
DAMASKS, DIAPERS, Ac.
CONSUMERS of RICHARDSON S LINENS, and those desirous '
of obtaining the GENUINE GOO OF, should see that the aril- »
cles they purchase are sealed with the full name of the firm,
J. N. HICHAKDSON, SONS A o\v n J N,
as a guarai tee of the soundness and dural.ility of tire goods,
This caution la rendered essentially necessary, as large quanti
ties of Inferior and defective Linens are prepared season after
season, art! seah ! with the name of RICHARDSON by Irish
llsusts. wb-. regardless <f the Injury thus Inflicted al.ke on the
American consumer and the manufacturers of the genuine Goods,
will not readily abandon 1 business so profitable, while purchaaerv
can be Imposed on with gyods of a worthless character.
F J. Bl’LLOCKE A J. B. LOCKE,
tt,j i j Agents, SC Church stseet, New York.
B^r *°AP ■ !i'V;:,’'i. davenport, i
rilOILKT COLOGNE WATKM.-We have now ready \
I for oil' retail sales, a very superior lot of Cologne, pot up In ,
every variety ofstvle, which we can highly recommend. We so- ,
Ud * C‘U ,r°" *“ JAR. H. PEARCE A CO , Druggist., J
Corner Broad and 9th streets. j ,
Ca Itv vu «KKD.-100 bushels Prime Cider Seed, for sale I
tvtt bi t"- _STOKES A RIVES- < *
rtAUDLK*, OAN DIsBS.-i,«X> boxes Sperm, Adaman- ,
V^lae *5 Taflow Candlea, for ■»!«. yrOKES A RIVER ] -
Plans AND CII.TIVATOHS.-We Imlte the at 1
^.ottonof ta. mer. .0 our large «j£k oUb e^v eimp^emeuts. ,
«
4
LAW LArtUo.
' |>. fli ttECUlTHIMHL
attorney at law.
])RACTTCl:8 in the Courts of Botetourt and adjoining countlci.
Addrt-*< . . „
ft'dl—'y Pattonsburg. Botetourt ronnty, Va
U H. DOUGLAS. *•
A vlett's King Wm. Uid Church, Hanover.
DOUGLAS A OKKOOKY
WILL attend all the Courti of King William and Hanover. It.
11 DOUGLAS will a so attend the Courta of King A Queen
an I Car. !..e, __falt-ly
LAWRENCE 0. NAIlYi;,
attorney at law.
HRACTIf'aS In the Court* ol the City of Richmond and Ihf
I Coentles of Henrico, Hanover and Caroline. He Is, aim,
NOT a RY PUBLIC and COMMlMUONKRof the Uni'- I States Court
of t-Uluis. . _ . ,
The partnership between Chastain white and himself being dls
solved, Ids office Is now on 1 Uh st, Ju»t IhIow (loddln's Hall.
felS-cly
WM. II. WERT! I.
attorney at eaw,
\1T1LL practice In the court! of Ptttajrlvanla, Franklin, Henry
v v and Halifax.
Liberal advances made on dalmi placed In hit hand* for collec
tion.
^Address, Pittsylvania C. H.,»A jaG—dly
r. a. notAnro. m. h high**.
ItOLLING vfc I1LGI1ES.
ATTOKYICS AT LAW.
"■PRACTICE regularly In the county of Prince Ed wan 1 and the
I adjoining counties. gj£~AJdrm Prince Edward C. 11., aud
I , Va Jt2 1 y
V. A. 1»ITCHES,
C0U5SELL0R AMI ATTORNEY AT LAW,
VKTTLl. practice In the court* of Carroll and adjoining counties
8 » ol this Slate and N. (!.
rr Strict attention paid to all business entrusted to him.
fUT Address Hilijville, Va.
Rkikhkno —Chief Justice K. M. Pearson, Richmond Hill, N. 0:
tt'm Ballard Preston, Chriittiaasburg, Va; J. Madison Leach, Lex
ington, N. C; Thos. 8. Flournoy, Halifax Court House, Va.
ocH—dly _ _
JAMES T. PEYTON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
MEMPHIS, TKNVR8AKE.
Prompt attention given to ail biuiueu lu West Tennoaaee, North
and East Arkansas._ ocT—dAelj
aUaUSDCKt J0UX8OI. AI.XX. K. Gl'IOol.
JOHNSON GUIGON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
RICHMOND, VA.
Practice In all the court* of the city of Richmond and count; o!
Henrico. Mr. Johnson will practice In Chesterfield,
jaroffice. Whig Building, on FrarUin J;4
HENRY 1. ! ’ARRIS! l.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Will practice la the cornUe* of Prince Kdward, Cumberland and
Buckingham.
Address, Fannvllle, Va. Jy2— 11
JOHN F. LAV r.ncl VTSL. P. UI KURLL luvi
associated themselves for the Practice of Law, in the
county of Chesterfield.
JOHN V LAV also practices In Powhatan. Address, Subletfi
P. 0., Powhatan.
WM. P. BURWKLL also practices In all the Courts cf the city •!
Richmond and those of the county of Henrico.
His office has been removed to Franklin street, 8 doors below the
w mall—1;
\\ M. \Y. I iENR Y.
ATTORNEY AT L A XV ,
Affpr.iU till* (hinrta nf Prir.rr Friwanl inA ft
Post office. Charlotte 0. H.. Va. apll—ly
LEE <fe PLEASANTS.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Notaries Fuhllt, <or:ii:il»*loin-r« ol Deeds, Ar.
Practice In the CourU held In tie city of Richmond, and ^
Ihe counies of Henrico, Goochland, and Hanover.
Office on lltb Street, 3d Door from .Main.
Jen*. K. Las—Commissioner for California, Florida, Georgia, II
linols, Iowa, Louiiiann, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Caro
lina, TetincM-e, Texas, WisconOn.
Janes Pi.saseste—Commissioner for Alabama, Arkansas, Con
uectkui, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Missis
ilnpl, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Carolina.
mhlJ—ly ____
( • . I >. WO( )TTON
ATTOK.l E V A TLA W ,
RICHMOND, VA.
IJXOR aeveral years Accountant and Collector, has UDlted tht
law business with tbo former. Practices In ail of the Court,
held In Richmond, and the county of Henrico. Office on corner o'
Main and Governor street, opposite Purcell, I-add h Co. ap21—!y
OEueT imva C. McRsa. R.wcgk B. Ubsth.
M c R A E tSr 1 I E A TH.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
PracP.ce In all the Courts held In the city of Richmond, and In tht
eountlea of Henrico and Chesterfield,
tf*' Office on Bank street, In Go ldin's Budding.
0. C. Mi Rsi will be found, In the afternosn, at his old office, In
Mancheat-r. nolT—ly
JOHN C. MURRELL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Cnni|>bcll Court House, Virginia,
Attenda all t!:e Courts of Campbell and Pittsylvania counties.
oclfr— ly
PARKE POINUEXTEuT”
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Riouxond, Vs.,
Will practice In the city of Richmond and In the counties of Chet
lerfleld, P .whatan and Amelia.
IW Offireit, Llale’s Bclbhng, corner of Main vrdllth streets
mh 24—ly _
HI.. ItlaOOK I', has resumed the practice of LAW In the
. city of Riel ■
Office In Belvin’s new building, on 12th, fronting Bank street,
Ja2G—tf
Copoiw, r. iw, IlosKsaxtoit and Irsn.r sure, la
airs n >, Sikkxch, or any affection of Ihe Throat
(.THUD, the llscxixo Cough, In CosHrurrioX,
IlKoxeitiTts, tVHo.rixn Cornu. A-siivs, Cst»h«ii
UH.IKVKD by BROWN’S BRONCHI AL TKOCli
i..-, or < , .i! i.-swam -
" A r in.pie and elegant ermbtnution foe
Cmtom, Ac." Dr. G. V Bigxluw, Boatsn.
“ / recommend their ties let Prsttc S?*»lkKS."
Rav. K. U. Chapix, New York.
•* Mont salutary relief in Bkoxchiti.v”
Rvv. 8. Stuartum, Morristown, Ohio.
“Beneficial when oompe’M !■' »j«ak, suffering from Cou> "
Rev. 8. J. P. AJiiuin.-aix, St. Louis.
“ Effectual in remoring l[<»tr*ent ami Irritation of the
Throat, err common frith SrraxKK, * trot S: n ';I
Prof. M. STACY JOHNSON, LaGrange, G*.
Teacher of Mtulr, Southern female College.
•* Great benefit trhen taken before amt after preaching, <te they
orerent I/tntreerte.e. t'n.rn thetc paet effect, I think they wilt be
tf pennant nt a trantage to me."
Rav. E. Rnwt rv, A. M.,
President Athens College. Tennessee.
Bold by all Druggists, at 25 cents per box.
Also, It a i -v N Laxir.vk Tkoch.-, or Cathartic J.ozi ogee,lot Dye
repeia, Irrligeetorn, Conetipmtiou, Headache, Bdioae Affection,
tc.
8oltl, wholesale an'd retail, by
no2ft—dAw6m TIPIIER A WINSTON.
RICHMOND, March 1st, 1660
\1r K are manufa turlng BOOTS and SIIOkB more extensively
II than heretofore Our friends,customers an I the public gen
-rally, mnv relv upon getting the best In our I nr In the w.xv of
toots and Shoes, as we Import our own material!, and have bow
n our employment the heal workm-n that this country can pro
luce. We also keep unhand a large assortment of Boots, Shoes
K, Carpet Bag! an.I Valise, of all qualities and at nil prices,
hlch will be sold b>». e ther wholesale or retail
ALKY HILL A UU., Ho. r.'i .Main it.,
Richmond, Va.
P. S.- !
loyi and Mlnea as heretofore, and all order* win be iimroiitlv nt
ended toby mill ALEX. HILL A CO.
rl’.VII* 5*1. \STKI5. Best Windsor Lump I Inter, lan I'ng
1 and for sale In lot* to suit purchaser*, by
mh i SHIELDS A SOMERVILLE.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
TO 1'ilYSKIANS.
OXALATE OF CERTTTM.
I 1UK new remedy so highly recommended by I'rrf Simpson, of
Edinburgh, in all cams of ohttiniitr rumilihj, either function
d nr naUinlnirtoal; for sale, with all new and valuable PharmHceu
leal Preparations and Chemical*, by
MEtDE * BAKER, PbarmaceutisL*,
fcoj 1*6 Main St, cor. above Post Office.
( ’ A HOON’8 \ »ATENT
lutoA»>-< .v*t kli:d*so\vi:r.
?0R SOWING WHEAT, OATS, BARLEV, HEMP, PE URA8?
SEED, Ac.
111IE hand machine sows from four lo tight acres per lnur. Pi let
$10
The horse.power machine sow* from ten to fifteen acre* per hour.
Thetul'ncriber having the patent right for the State* of Virginia
ind North Carolina, and having located at Richmond for the pur
io«e of manufacturing ami selling said Machine*, ha* taken rooms
it 13 Oovernor stmt, where he i* constantly suppll d with these
dm'lilne*. There were over 10,000 of the,,- Machines sold las' year.
Countv rights for sale, and agents wanted,
foil-3m CHARLES II. DOUGHTY.
New publications
Juft receives! by
WEST A JOHNSTON,
14b Mian street.
farrow of Modern Divinity. By Edward Fisher; price M e.
family Religion By Rev. B. M. Smith; price 60c. •
he Christian’s Home. Bv Rev. J A. Collin, price 60c.
hlwarJ* on Redemption Price.’me.
,a»t D«\ - of Jesus. By Rev T. V. Moore, of Va ; price Me.
lie Catechetical Question Book. By Jaeohns; price 13c.
•-■rim and Hymn Book*, of ever* description.
Vidius an I Waifs. By Thomas Hood, price $1.23.
bite* on Nursing By Florence Nightingale, price 60c.
Ilackwood, for February.
>„ems. Bv Thos. W. Read, in two vols : price $2 00.
■he Children's Chanr; colored llluatrntlon*; price 73c.
i Trio to Cuba. By Mr*, 'ulla Ward Howe; price 73c
erm'ns on St Paul’s Fpislle to the '’crintlilsns. By the late F W.
Kohertson, M. »., Hie incumbent; price $UM.
'he Children's Picture Book of flood anil Great Men. Illustrated
with fifty engraving*: price $125.
he Voyage oftheflo" stance; a tale of the Polar Seas. By Vary
(lilies, price $1 S3. “•>*
RICHMOND FIASO FORTE MANUFACTORY,
AND general DKPol OF
Forelcn and American Tin ale and Ulnilral
Instruments.
DORR 4 RADE, 290 4 231, Broad Strut,
Having assoc-tab d themselTe* In the above bus- —.
loess, respe-tfi By invite public attention to
;elr large auo.tment of Pianos and other Musical
nstrumetits on hand, »nd offer such guarantee* as I ! f I I *
rill *atl*fy the most fastidious purchaser. They also keep on hand
ie largest and choicest stock of Music. Seminaries, Academies,
ustitutlons of Learning, Ac., will find It to their advantage to deal
lth us as we are prepared to fell Music, Ac., at Northern prices,
pianos of our own make, warranted for five years, and kept In
one twelve months, and exchanged within six months. If they fall
a give entire satisfaction to the purchaser. We also keep a large
mortment of Pianos of the best Northern manufactories.
Particular attention Is paid to orders from th* country, and per
>ns can safely rely upon the faithful execution of their order*.
Tuning promptly attended to
Old Plano* tauten In exchange. Pleuee addreee
o"?_DORR A RADI, Richmond
)»n BULK. HALIFAX ALEWI VBS.-Tbi> Fish
'17)1 r Is caught upon the Nona Scotia coast, but Is Identical
llh the Potomac Herring, for sal* by
Mi WOMBLX A CLAIBORNE, No. 11 Pearl Bt
1 U J II ft MH_ I M ft n !N I It A 1) ft !
EX?£«AIV£ A.\D 8PLE.MIU) 8T0CK OK
SPRING GOODS!!
KENT, PAINE <V CO.,
Importer* atd Jobber* of
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS,
10:1 nn<l 105, Xiiin Street,
RICHMOND.
HAVE In Store, are now receiving, and off r to the SOUTHERN
TRADE, upon the moet favorable terms
FIVE THOUSAND PACKAGES
j of Fresh, Seasonable and Desirable STAPLE muiI FAN*
< V DIET GOODS, both of Foreign and Domestic manufac
ture.
Our importations from the various European markets hare been
unusually large, and we are prepared to offer to our customers the
Largest and roost ,'pl. nJId Stock of Dr) Gootla, ever exhibit
ed iu Y lrglula.
We have atso made arrangements with the manufaeturers of
VIRGINIA, NORTH CAROLINA and GEORGIA, for a Full Assort
ment of their villous productions, sueb as
SHIRTINGS,
SHEETINGS,
OSNABUROS,
VARNA,
KERSEYS,
LASSIMFRYS,
TYYEKDA, Ac,
whlrh wi* will tell a! Manufacturers’ Price#. We are also prepared
to exhibit
A \EKY LARGE A.\I> BEAlTIfTL STOCK OK CLOTHING,
manufactured AT HOME by VIHGIMA \VOHKAI£N,
under our own supervision, wblcli we guarant c to be got
ten up In as (food Style, as any Northern Work, and we pledge
ourselvesto sell the same at or below Northern Prices.
Determined to deserve the Urge patronage with which we have
forso many years been favored, we shall Uie present season lake
measures to satisfy the SOUTHERN MERCHANTS that a HOME
M ARKET,is eiptal If not superior to any at the North. Our facilities
are unsurpassed by any house In the trade, here or else* here, aud
we shall, as heretofore, conduct our business upon just and liberal
principles.
felt—1m _KENT. PAINE A CO.
IHANCHESTEB WON WOSK8,
South Kiwi or .Ylajo’a Itl-idge, Illobiiionrl, Va.
ROBERT li A I K D, I* II 0 I* R I E T 0 R.
IAYI prepared to furnish Plans and Estimates, for the erection
of Fionr, Grist and Haw Mills, of the most approved construc
tion. Fttam Engines, both Portable and Htationary, Railroad
w irk. Tobacco Factory Fixtures, in fset, Iron and Brass CASTINGS
ot eiery description.
Ifavtng n large collection of Patterns, I mo prepared to (III or
de s at short notice. I am aim the only manufacturer in Virginia
or the Improved Jonval Turbine Water Wheel, which has given
entire satisfaction to those that have them iu use. This wheel is
well adapted to high and low hears, and not affected by back wa
ter. Apply at the works, or address ROBERT If.YIRD,
Richmond, Va.
I take Uds method of returning my thanks to my friends and the
piddle f r tl.ehberul patronage bestowed m me for the list t.- ive
years, aud hope, by strict attention to business, to merit a continu
ance of tl.e same.
fcSS—fitu ROB BUT BAIRD.
YEtt’ IHISIC
L> AT RANDOLPH’S BOOOK8TORE.
Land of Our Birth ; song by Baiter, #5c.
Loving Voices ; song by author of Killy Tyrrell, 25c.
I Sat on the Brow; song by Kassel, 2.V-.
Ah ! Why Sing the Hong of Pleasure ; song by Tracy, 2->c.
Lit le Sophy . song by author of Hume One to Love, 25s-.
Leaves that Fall in Spring; song by author of Bonny Eloise, -tdc.
Dream of Youth r lone hv Stratton. 2.V,
Vemail's Polka; by Ingraham, H5c.
Autumn '• by Flagler,
Souvenir de f'arnlrsi ; Polka de Concert, par Schultz, 25c.
Hyp*, .ti Polka i •. 8' Ida,
Clrrca Schottisch; by Hubbard, I.V,
Stir of Ibe West; Schottlach, by l'annell, 2.V.
Farewell “ by Wilcox, Sflc.
leopard *' by Denton, 2-V.
Oakland Pearl “ by O’Nelil, 4 c.
Dearest Native I.und , song by Pocb, tide.
At the Hour of Calm : song by author of Hver of Thee I'm
Fondly Dreaming, SSe.
Carrie Lane, song by Adarai, Sic
feSS_ _
STILL AHEAD!
DOUGLAS & SULK WOOD'S
NEW SKIRT,
THE
“BELLE or Till: SOI Til,”
The most perfect and beautiful skirt ever produced;
MADE WITHOUT CLASPS,
and warranted not to get out of order,
t>
8, 11, 15, 20, 25,10,35, IO uud 50 HOOPS.
EVERY LADY
IB REQUESTED TO EXAMINE THEM HK/ORE PURCHASING
OTHER MAKES.
Wholesale Dealers Supplitd by
DOUGLAS & SHERWOOD,
51, 53 A 55 White Street,
fold—lm NEW YORK.
IMPROVE YOUR EYESIGHT]
31. J. FHANKMN A CO., OPTICIANS,
Offer to the public of Richmond and vicinity their Improved
CRYSTAL
PEKISCOIMI M»rCTA< I.ES,
for preserving and restoring tbe Impaired vision to Its prime vigor
Cbrystal G.a„e, set in old train.s. Also, n very l .rgr a»anrtroeni
of MICROSCOPES, TELESCOPES, OPERA GLASSES AND MATIIE
MATtCAL INSTRUMENTS. The finest collection of St.-re
•copes and Start iieople Pletur. «, to be found In a great
rarlety at their office, In the l.ull.ling occupied by the City Saving
Bank, No. 1+5 Main st., Richmond, Va jafftl-.lly
1HU0. SPRING TR IDEs
SMITH. RHODES & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
IN
Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, Saddlery, and Anchor Bolting Cloth
No. 22 PKAKI. NTKET,
RICHMOND, VA.
fN'VITP attention to their large an I clceant STOCK of GOOD?,
I just received direct from the manufa. ure.s. and purchased up
on ti e best terms. Th-y are prepared to convince the merchant,
and saddlers of Virginia, Tcmicsse and North Carolina, that they
can sell them Goods, In their l.ne, on equal terms with any house
in our own or any of the Northern markets.
Tl.elr stock Is full and complete, embracing evet) variety of
SHfiLf AID HEAV V BABDIVABB.
ALSO
Saddl 'V, Bridles, Whips, Patent and Enamelled Leather, Hog
Skins, Lelge Lining Skins, Bridie Bits, Ae.. Ac. HOES—Hilling.
Weeding, Grubbing, a great variety, Ac., Ac. ■
Orders respectfully solicited and punctually attended to.
fe1t-tf_____
ri'O Hit IJOOls l'N.
1 experience of upward, of nine years In the Drug business, an.
whu ran command a capital of a partner with a Ilk.
amount of capita’, and capable of managing the books :<r.
prn.p.o of establishing a proDtable business at once, by applies
• -. n addr Jed to It. A. V , Jr., rare box 555. Richmond, until 10th
March ami after that date to 11. A. Y., Jr., Lynchburg, Va.
felS-lm __
FtltlF lYHirB (OIIN, IKTHK IMM’K, lor
Bale by BACON k BA8KKKVILL.
LWBRO10KHIEN AND LACKS
A Point Brussels Setts, Sleeve* and t liars
Do Applique do. do. do.
Embroidered Muslin do. do.
Mourning Setts do. do.
Black Crape do. do. do.
Cambric bilges and Inserting!
Linen do. do. dn.
Swiss Muslin Edges and Inserting!
Dimities Cambric and Mus. Bands
Rich Val. Laces and Edges.
A full assortment CHRISTIAN k I.ATIIROP.
fegh 99 Main Street.
CIOFFBBi A Mats lallty, dally
/ expected, for sale by
fe2s LAG. B. DAVENPORT.
CHOICK FKESII ROLL BUTTER.-HI barrels It
good order, receiving to-day, for sale by
\YM. WALLACE BOWL
COLGATE'S TOILET SO.%PH—All vsrletlm Als
Opodeldoc, Palm, and all other varieties for sale cheap.
JAS. II. PEARCE A CO., Druggists,
fc2-i Corner Broad and 9tb streets.
^Intual Benefit
lifi: iysuMiYCE cotipa.w,
Agenc y In Itlc It mo •» si. 130 VI it In Slp.-rl.
fllHId Company have paid during the year 1jS9, for Pollclea on
I lives of decea*—1 m-uVi.$20S,RN 00
In Dividends to it e nsured, during 1359. 158,S8* 07
It* iv- ia1, as compared with Its liabilities, li laiger than any
o’t er 1 Ife Insurance Company doing business In the l nited States.
8 e report of Comptroler, State of New York,
The business of this Companay Is conAned excludvely tc Insur
ance on lives.
All the profits are annually divided among the Insured.
The Dividend Jan’y 1st, ls60, Is 15 per cent.
fe85 KNOWLES A WAI.FORD.
SOUTHERN AtJTtLOKS.“
AT
T. €. C. DREWRT’8
SUCCESSOR TO P. B. PRICE.
DEALER IN
E00K8, iTATIOSARY, FARCY ARTICLES, he., he.
AND
AGENT FOR THE AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY,
1*8 Main street, 2d door below American.
THE following will be sent by mall, post paid, at the prices
named:
THE DEAF SHOEMAKER: byThomssW White,of Richmond,
80c. An excellent book for the young, filled with brief sketches,
animated, Interring, and instruct!* e, which have been copied
and read bv thousands, young and old, from Maine to California.
FLOWERS BY THE WAYSIDE; by the same author, 87c. Of
the same character of the "Deaf Shoemaker.”
HOFF’S M ANC1L OF RELIGIOUS INST CCTI0N; 2.'c. Being
the second edition of a work of estab’lahed merit, specially adap
ted to the oral Instruction of colored people, but suited to general
use In schools and families; containing a dmple historical caterhUm
of the sacred scripture# frem the creauon onward, and containing,
also, appropriate s dectlona of ecripture to be committed to memo
ry. Dr. Watte' 1 »t Catechism, a ilirple doctrinal Catechism, with
the iruwert In scripture language, prayra for children, Ac., en
tirely free from sectarian bias; by the Rev. Jno. >'. Hoff, of Mill
wood, Clark county, Va. It ha* an Increasing circulation In the
Southern State*, at faT as Louisiana— as frequent orders lor it tea
** MESSAGE TO THE YOrNG; by Rev. Geo. W. Leyburn of
Bedford county. Va.. die. The work of a mature scholar and Chris
tian—the well considered re-u!t of yeais of thought and reflection
—attractive, yet solid and Impressive, well adapted to beradnent
ly useful.
llU.l|'| | .1 lg,
DR. JOHNSTON.
THE FOUNDER of this celebrated Instilutlon.offen the most cer
tain, speedy and only effectual remedy In the world for
SECRET DISEASES,
Gonorrhom, Gleeta, Strictures, Seminal Weakness, Pain In the
Lolna, Constitutional debility, Impotence, Weakness at the Bark
and Limbs, Affection* of the Kidneys, Palpitation of the Heart,
Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, Diseases of the Head, Thro.it
Noae or Skint and all those serious and melanriioly disorders ar.t
Ing front the destructive habits of youth, which destroy both body
and mind. Those secret and solitary practices are more fatal to
their victims than the song of the Syrens to the mariners of Ulys
ses, blighting their most brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering
marriage, Ac., Impossible.
YOUNG MEN,
especially, who hare become the victims of Solitary Vice, that
dreadful and dcstr-.ctlve habit which annually tsre|>a to an un
timely grave thousand* of young tacn of the most exalted talents
and brilliant intellect, who might othenrlro 1 ave entranced listen
In j Senates with the thunder* of eloquence, or waked to testacy ti.e
living lyre, taay call with Bill Confidence.
marriage.
Married Persens, or Young Men contemplating Marriage, being
aware of Physical Weakness, Organic Debility, Deformities, Ac.,
should immediately consult Dr. Johnston, and be re,fored to per
fect health.
lie wiio places himself under ti.e care of Dr Johnston may rrll
gloutly confide In hi" honor as a gentleman, and confidently rely
upon his skill as a physician
ORGANIC WEAKNESS
| Immediately cured and full vigor restored.
This dlsi ■>•• '» the penalty most frequently paid by those who
itave become the victims of Impr .per itidulgcn- Ira. Young person*
are too apt to commit ex -exsex ft.>t,i not Lei k aware of 'lie dread
' fttl consequences 1*1*1 may ensue. Now, who that understands the
i subject wilt prelcn.l to deny tliai th - power cl I'rocr aiiun it lost
sooner by those failing lot * inpr. p*-r t. tbits tban by ti.e prudent.
Ilestdes tielr.g deprived the pleasure r.f healthy offspring, the most
serious aud destructive symptoms to troth body and u,iud arise.—
Tie- si stem become* deranged - powers
weakened, n,--v ,u* tiebilltv, dyspepsia, paljdtall u of the heart,in*
digestion, a wai'-l g .4 the frame, cough, symptoms of ocnsuiup'
tl.m, et •
Dr JOHNSTON is the only regular Physician advertising to cure
Private C -. |.i i' :'s. Ills remmles and treatment an entirely un
known to others. 1*.--pared from a life*| rut in the great llispltsis
of Kunqie and th- h -f in this country, vie England, France, the
Bleckley of Phtlad'-lphls, Ac., and a more extensile practice than
any other Physician in the world. Ills many a underfill cures and
most l—poitanl surg e d operations arc a sufficient guarantee tc
the afticted. Those who w'-li lobe speedily arid effectually re
leved, -it.'-.d l si in tie- numerous tritlitig impostors, who only tuin
their health, at. 1 apply to butt.
Orrtcti -No. ! EoLTii FREDERICK STREET, left hand side going
from Baltimore street, seven doors from the corner.
Vtr it- I articular in observing the name and number, or you
will mill ike the place.
tW TAKE NOTICK-Observe the name on the door and win
llows.
A CURE WARRANTED, OR NO CHARGE, IN FROM ONE TO
TWO DA AS.
SO ilKRCCRY <>R SAi.'KoCS DRUG LSXD.
Ltd. JOHNSTON,
Member of the Royal College of Purg-ons, London, graduate from
one of the ra-.-t eminent Collcg-n of the United Ptstos, and the
greater | art - f w! t|fe h j been spent in the Hospitals of Ic n
don, Paris, Philadelphia and else* h.-re, has effected gone of the
most astonishing cur.-s that was ever known. Many tronhlcd with
ringing In tlie ears tud hea l when asleep, great uervouiue**, be
ing alarmed at sudden sounds, and I .uhfulness, with derangement
of mind, were cored Immediately.
A CERTAIN DISEASE.
AA'I en the misguided and 'tnprudent v.dary of pleasure And* he
has Imbibed the seeds of tills painful disease, it too often happens
that an ill timed sense of il.ame, or dread of discovery, deters him
from applying to those who, from relocation and re«p— lability, can
alone befriend him, delay ing till the constitutional symptoms of
| this lor-id disease make their appearance, such as ulcerated sore
throat, itlatased n nocturnal pain* Iri the head and limbs, dim
ness of sigof. deafnti", ii'.'ies on the shin bones and arms, blotches
on the head, face and extr. mlti<-s, progressing with frightful rapid!- I
ty, till at last tin palate of the mouth or the hones of the nose fad I
i and the victim of this awful disease .-r rues a horrid object of
mmiser .Uott, till death puts a period to hi* dreadful sufferings, by I
sending him to
“ lh.it bourne from whence no traveller returns."
It If a melancholy fact that thousands fall victims to this dread
ful complaint, ow: gti t: unskilil'tlrresa of Ignorant pretender*,
who, by the us- of that dreadful poison, mercury, ruin the const I
tattoo, and either send the unf ■ fl ■-r to au untimely grave,
or else make the r hie of Ids Ilf. miserable.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE
I)r. J. addresses all 'hose who have Injured themselves by pri
vate and Improper ludulgeoclea.
These ar e «.me of titc vad and melancholy effects produced by
early habits of you'll, vU: AVeaku-x. of the Back and Limbs, l’sin
| in the fiend, Dltnurs. .f sight, I.r -suf Muscular Power, Palpitation
j f the llexf. Dt rpeprla, Nervous Irratahllity, Derangement of the
I IReestive function*. General Del illtv. dvui-toms of Cons.miotion.
Ac.
MENTALLY,
The fearful fleets on the rat J are much to h« dreaded; Less of Me
mory, Confu.'i.n .<f Ideas. Depression of Spirits, Evil Forebodings
Aversion to rlcfv. Pelf Distrust, Love of fiulltude, Timidity, Ac.
are some of the evils produced.
• judge what lithe caus
t vlj be snk, pale
emaclali I, have a singular appearance about the eyes, cough and
svinptorj of i .oniitcp'.in.
DR. JOUXBTO.VS INVIGORATING REMEDY FOR ORGANIC
M EARNERS.
By this great a- I Inpartaot remedy, weakness of the organs are
speedily cured, a id fa-i vigor restored. Thouiainla of the most ner
v.tus and d> hBItsted, who had !< • .1 hope, Lev e been immediately
relieved. Ail I ... i -. Phvslcalor M'ntgldisqusl
hlcatlon, Nervous It r.ti.■ ■•. Tr.niidit « and Weakness, or tv
liaustlon of (he me*t fearful kind, n-culy cured by Dr. Jobnalon.
YOUNG MEN
who have Irju-cd themselves by a certain practice Indulged In
when alone—a habit frequently learned from evil componlona or
at school, the effect* of which are nightly felt, even when asleep,
,.nd if n ’ cu (-d, ti nd- rs marriage u: possible, and destroys both
mind and bndv, should apply immediately.
What a pity that a y oung man. the hope of his country, and the
darling of lib parents, should he snatched from all prospects and
enjoyments of life, by the consequences of deviating from the path
of rulurc, and Indulging In a certain secret habit, buch persons,
before contemplating
_ MARRIAGE,
should reflect that a sound mind and hody are the most necessary
requisite to i ' . i slhspplness, Indeed, withoatGists,
the journey through life becomes n weary pilgrimage; the prospect
hourly darkens to Ihe view; the mind becomes shadowed with dig
pair anu (im with the t: - .ancholy reflectin'; that the happiness of 1
another beennx s blighted with our own.
OFFICE NO. 7 SOLTll FREDERICK STREET,
Dsltik'jm, Mo. 1
fTT All SURGICAL OPERATIONS performed.
N. II. Let no false delicacy prevent you, but apply Immediately,
either personally or hv letter.
CBT SKIN DISEASES speetllly eared.
TO STRANGERS.
The manv thou«snd* e-ir d at this I: -t.-u'e within the last twelve
years, and the numerous and Important Surgical operations per*
formed bv Dr. J , witnessed by the reporters of the papers, and
many other persons, notices of »h!ch hive appeared again and
again hi t ire the public, besides his (Uniting as a gentleman n|
character and responsibility, Is a sufficient guarantee to the sfllictedj
jeR—ly
I860. SPRING TRADE, 1860.
inotttu: vt.vuki;tt,
(Qm STftKKT, Fl: HtfOSD Va )
(vFFFHf* fi rsaJt? f‘ •? following l|»t’of article, of Ms own
" roan :raclure, v\z :
Tin W%re, of all kind*,
Micel Iron and (\ pp# r Ware,
Caat and Ir..n Staves Mr wood, 12 varieties,
Sued Fron St . ea for wood, 12 t*
Cut and Sheet Iron Stove* for coal, In **
The KrWiant (las burner, 8 *17* j,
Portable Huaterv, 4 *•
Portable (irate, 8 “
Wam.nd (Udiaior, .8 "
Factory Stove*, 8 •*
hlrhm. ri't Portable Furnace, 8 **
Licorice LoUira, (f.*r wood and coal,) 6 **
Portable Q\eii.«, 0 "
\! o, cor.**mdly f r *r»1e, Ihe most popular STOVFS, RAN’
OKS and KlRAIKiUi now made, and repairing piece* for Ihe ivne,

L I L L I E’S
Irupnu'trablcCbllltd Iron
TIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF
SAFES,
S-cnred with I. lili«-’« pit to lit
Combination Powder*
Prool Lot-lia, for vile by
C. J. MNTON A CO ,
Agents, Richmond.
Jal8
< JATAK EOT
WASHING MACHINE.
Clothing, Time aud LabnrSau-J!
INDISPENSABl.K TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
TITHE most simple, economical an-l ilurahle article ever offered to
J. the pnhllc to alleviate the discomforts of w.ish -t ty.
DESCRIPTION.
It consists of a metal cylinder, with rilis on the inside, and an
interior cylinder of wood, with riba. There Is a space of from f to
4 Inches between the two cylinders. One crank turn* both lin
ders at the same time in opposite directions, rapl1ly creating a
suds, forcing the water through the clothes, and etl ct rally remov
ing the drt. The action of the water docs the work quickly, dis
pense! entirely with rubbing, and thus saw-* the near of clothe*.
SULLIVAN A HYATT, Proprietors,
M Ue.-kman >t., New York.
N. B.—State and Country Rights for sale, and puichasers sup
plied with Machines at whet-sals on liberal ti-rma.
S*r a Machine Is !n oj»er»tioa by a l*un»lr*:*j dally, at onr
Salesroom, UroaJway.
FLOBE.VfE .NIGHTINGALE S NOTES ON
NURSINGr.
D. APPLETON A CO.,
No?. .‘340 <Sc 848 Broadway,
rrsusa tb:-|iuv :
NOTES ON NIKSING;
WHAT IT IS, AND WHAT IT IS NOT.
BT
FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE.
1 roL, 12mo , 00 cts.
TIIIE following notes are by no meant Intended aa a rule of
thought by which nurses esu leach themsdrea In nurse, still lets
as a manual to teach nurs-s to nurse. They are meai t simply to
give hints for thought to women who have personal charge of the
health of others Every woman, or at least almcst every woman
In Eug’and has. at cne time or another of her life, cl arge of Ihc
personal health of somebody, whether child or invalid— In other
wo’ds, evtry woman is a nurse. Every day sanitary knowl. dg«,
or the knowledge of nursing. or In other words, how to put the
constitution in such a state as that It will have no disease, or that
It can recover from disease, take* a high place. It L recognlteJ
as the knowledge which every one ou„l,t to have—distinct front
medics! knowledge, when only a profession can have.
If, th-n, every woman must, at some time or other of her life,
become a nurse, 1 e., have charge of sotn body's health, how Im
m-nse and how valnat-le would be the produce of her united expe
rienre, If every women w-uid think how to nur,e.
I do not pretend to teach her how; I ask her to teach herself;
and for this purpose I venture to give her some hints.
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EVENINGS AT THE MICROSCOPE; Or, Rx*sa-ones auoso th*
Mixrria Oaoass asn K R'-is or Axmat Lux. By Philip II. Gosse,
P. R. S. 1 toL Unto. (1 N>.
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CHEILDS A SUMEHVILLK, agent* for the isle cf
O American Guano, hare on hand a supply Imported from Ba
ker’* or Jarvis’ Idand, direct to Virginia. They will continue to
receive and are a uthorlacd to offer It by the cargo or imaUer quan
■Ills*. as wanted by the dealers or farmers. All In want are I-• si
ted to give Gem a tall. f^21
RKFINBD SCGAHK.-Cnt, Loaf and Extra C Coffee,
receiving and for isle by_
!«** LSWa WIBB * JOHN 0. WADE.
THE INTERNATIONAL HOTEL,
305 Sc 367 BROADWAY,
rarnrr FrtinUlln Street,
NEW YORK,
PMHW.11 advantage* which ,11 traveller* appreciate (ta |»,
ration - irinut he ,tirpa*acd, bring >• nvenlenl to the principal
places of hi.-tnei. and amueeinenf The a, artnicrta, nf which
there are tw ■ hundred, are well furt.bhtd arid Well ventilated,
and bring c< ulocted nn the Uuroprati plan, via trow ran live In tits
heel tlyle, w h 1 li g gira.rat economy. A Urge parlor, fronting on
Hmadwav, and commanding *n ektrnilre view (f that world re
rmwned il.nr- ugh'are. has lorn beautifully fur-vlahcd furibe uae of
la lira, va I I’ e general arrangement, of the li ,u»r are ,u h, aa to
a IT rd the gr vteat cotn'nrt to guest*.
Tna laivav vig.sat. Iltrtu. la connected with
TA\ I.OK'MCEI.IIBK U i:f»s \ LOOKS,
Affimn. la / over <; • tl.ausar.il |irrM*u. In whi h visitors c»a
havr Ui?ir <>r. If iht jr dt*«irr, ll.. v m l l e itrvrd Is liii;
own apart ant r*uu Th* f»i« t«rrr«t in l).« Ksloor** an I HoUJ U
arknuwlrtj|(t. t.y «pl« ur<rs,to be *uj • ti r lo that wf *uy Ikj tJ Ui lh«
«lly
felll- dim J TAYLOR, Proprietor.
aM ASS KU’S
FIVE MI.U'Tfi
ICK CREAM FREEZERS,
Ah lM«|»rov«’il lor
With ’rivrKi* Ikon Cum* a\u B**t•• v. Tisabd
1 • bI| I tMf lUMiB Vl b la aWt/HMil ♦> Ira** Scl-uflfis
pr1n. rj-I. w I
fhi* C irai-jit, IWt, an I mo«t I »r.omi-’ |#ss Ic#
ai. i I * 1*1. f 4? • -i *• V nl • •. •. Hit | lie m.. »| it.
rabl-* In H'rwrtu e, anti in »t ml an. iu In . p« r Oiona.
.^ole A/t nl r the I uited Mate*.
I’. KK it'll AM, A i.'O , Mauufa*’uress of J t|uobc>i
an I Plsn'nhe-I Tin W iri\
*jHf) P. nrl mlri • I, Nrw York*
^!IO( 14of filial. I(l( II TlilMM.UlH NDPLAI
n
years t** etcl. I* N. rthem (Jr -and r »v tf. • >'.i»>fIOirtjei t of •
//■ •tot M 7\ and •upply.njr an unit le #».j.«t. r to ai.y received frotu
Uie North, ar*l claims a perf* cl sut • *. lie be^a l a\c to return
hb thank- l*» ni patrons, and Dlt to lr>f"rm all InterrateJ Dial ha
| > /
• I "i ■
the enori..«*ii'*jr inrreasYd iim i/ a superior atlbJet, seletied fn in
pom ’>* • - n it, * h »p dal nf rtaes
to IU rtchiiev U\ bu!lJluU <ff t Ihe reputation of hia brand
shall be susta ied nl • .cry edurt aud *•< >t, a» .1 he a*k» only an ex
perimental tr t| • f those who have li* * made application oMhl*
JOHN U v LUBOENK,
JalS—'-in No. 11 Pear! at.
KEH YORK LIFE IXSI BA.VCE COMPASY. ~
Ml’TCAL SYSTEM.
C.'H|»ital 11,000,000.
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND Do 1.1. A US depoalted with tht
Comptrtdler of the State of New Y.rk.ar.d nut nf th* hauda
of the Comp.-w to »». ure policy holder,.
Divipgst uu e aggcaii.v ■ s a i. r l.lbt ral I'rlnrlplr.
Forty per ct of th* premium on l.lfe Policies, will be loaned lb*
Insured when t-ie premium etceeds $10.
I’ollrlen la»t I and payable loth- Insured on arriving at a cer
tain age, or to the far-ill) of the lu-ured at death, should that event
happet. prevlon,ly to arriving at that age.
Kndowment t-OblCIES for children, g-Anted on the most favor
able term*
Pol Idea H,u- I at greatly reduced rate. ■ f pr-mlum, when th*
Insured prefer, not to par-iclpale in the dividend*.
AU !o.,«ea j . d pron ].tJy and without litigation.
We ,halt 1.- . * i-cd - . have you .'.,11 at e and aecurea poHey
In thl* old and t 'table Company which come* before you er.aoru
ed by your oar cl'.lren*.
WORTHAM * WYATT, Agent*,
Otf.ee I'.'u, Main atrect.
Few doer* above Pott (j®. *.
0HA8. K. WORTHAM,
General Agent and Attorney
f rthe Company In Va.
J1 EMC A l EX A MIS K!Ui:
U-. II. C > .w»r, M. D. I
R l. T Cnnual, M. D. (
.I! _
1.1 V fils 1*001. AM* LO.MION
rutr. a <isa rakm: tom'AKY.
Capital, 810,000,000!
ASK I 1 L IK COME, $7,860,0001
AU Dirt. ' - . "y AV-; n-. ybr Ice Kngagm.enU of
Hit ' ; '/.tiny.
VVTF rrsnectf. Iv mV atfrnt n' t' • serurl'r of the Liverpool
T V and I >nd. i In.uranre Company, to its policy holders la Ua
large rash capit. ' and investments, ns slated above.
The Urge ■ *1 at I income ..f rhe Company enableII to taka
Hae* can eei, lent t part'os requiring huge ai unts of Insurance.
I this Cote;.nny la
sue* I PUMA -Y/'.V/ l'OLl < Il'.\ :• tie pat ttr. I of TKS -I AW
AI lltf.'MU’j Prop-rty is, :t ro.:rt\ PKP.ilA KKS TL JT
IJfSCRPh. T Policy ran be cm,died at any time, and the pre
mium wilt be rd n ned less fl per cent.
This Company r.111 make insurance by loss of Renta by Fire, oe a
new and mosf •: principle.
Under the p, ii-i s • f this Cr mpsny all claims are paid upon t.re
sentailon of sal:*'.. tory proof of loss without ohattrrmt or dtduo
lion for ir!.i t.I; and not, R.« Is uannl, 'ixrv hsra after presenta
tion of proof. WORTHAM A WYATT, Agenla.
mM4 190 Main iirret. f. » dot rt abovePosuHee.
.1 vii s;* la. uuhiiMi,
INSURANCE A(tENT.
OJfi.'t Ka.t milt vi 1UA Strttl, /itt .-ml door AVrfct oft\t Cornor of
Alain and l Hi.
FV KPRK.-Kvrd the following well eatablisbrd ar.d reliable Com
t pantes:
Arctic Fire Insurere* Co., of the City ff New York, capital
and surplus. f 800,001
Hombobit Fire Insurance Co., of the City of New York, repl
tal and surplus .. ... I2,uu)
Fulton Fire Insurance Co., ol the City of N. w York, capital
VHg.tgtt
Irving Fire Insurance Co., of N. V., capital gfOO.OtiV arith a larga
surplus.
Ph.rnlx Fire !n. Co.,of Brooklyn, Capital and surplus, 9'2VI,000
Policies Issued c Buildings, Furn'lure, Manufactories, Mer< han
dlxe, and Personal P c. pertj , enc, ally, against less or damagr by
8re, on the ro—i favorable tenet. Is ,i pr in) tly adjusted and
punctually settl. d, the secarlty oSeri 1 by tbt above c-mpanleg,
conducted as th. v ’ire. by exp-r! need urltrsr t< rs, affords te the
Insured, the most s-opl" guarantee, and the hill assurance that all
entrai t* ent< I by tl « II 1 e fh flllt d I i the up at satis
factory manner. The long experience of ll.e iu'*rriher In these
matt-rs, will faciill-Me and pn t. -1 t*o the l.ea' of his abllHI'*,) die
Interest of all who may be d.spose l to p tr< ulsr hlj efforts. Coun
try risks. Inland ivlgation risk , Vessels and their cargaea In
port, Insutod on th mod rrMonal.le terms. oet<—
i:inn:o\i> yi.idk
A|n*i<*«iltux*n 1 Mrwhinery.
n-f ol Frwnkli* BtrtHm
v \ W !r*i;r < l#*v lit* « ' i • l*i? !r . i nr • < i w.?b bijt Id
pleoient an I •«,* . un Main I iwwr frtvli#* f>art!ru!ar
*tt*ntin from !..* trrm n» of Y|ry :.i:», i my f t likir* for (RanfAc*
turir v oxt-rj k^rrl of ^irrictilttir«» M rh r.rry ari l Irrplrmiut
I uliAll pav r*|.n a! a Ufstiori !« the titiiiu'-tcfu; e» of THKk?H*
iNfi M A<'ll IVI ~ < i ♦h- 1 • r ri r. at* . tel* an>j w< rkniAohiu.
Mv I’OKTATI K HiT>r 1‘R^KK !• 10 nr anyed at to r»quire no
rilif,inK, »*rifi! tv h sU'-tir^, ai «1 I ** rrrrrtil ?he Approval of all
a ho have u> I th»*r • My l»m NT .-Tit AW Ct’TTFKF arc too well
known to need • ie' dation
A* I !.**♦ p ci rn I in !, t>i r.ty own make, and
fully rimnlfil. H ll?rs for hand *r«l horte p« w*t, W’h« at
K«ns, 1 radl*«, T; .p; r Hay l'r» • Cider Mill*, Mrili*. I*l« w«,
Harrow*. Ifnv H:ak» Meani-r*, Cultivate r*, (>ul. at' ri 1.1 a tin/ Ma
chin»* llritlnjr, .%.• , /> •
1M >airs of a.l kin Is promptly attended to.
Agent for W hf d A II. ifioan’s Wheat and (luano Drills, and
M. Ci rmlcl.'s Re i; > and Mower,
f. H JM SMITH, No 14 Mils 9>
COI TIIKKN L«< K Yf.kNI F.kr i 4»ltY.—Dwel:ing
^ I im-Kh of i o r: drscrif.l! ■ , ^.;.1!og I1 r Tl ten logs of Iba
best quality. A>-o, Prison and Bait Locks; lllr.e s and bells of
any height. Bell* I ing. wPh "r with 4.1 Ti.n.s
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING IrONR.
As I tell no work bel my u4rn mar.ufa fore, 1 am prepared to
Warrant it to give entire satisfaction to t| . se «l o n.ay favor m«
wifh a call.
WILLIAM RFtDV,
Tfl Main Pit el, betwrn -fh and #th,
i;i< ii vici>sovs
IRISH X-UNTEISrS,
!) AM ASKS, DIAPERS, Ac.
CONSUMERS -if Richardson's I.incite, and these desirous of ok*
tainlng the (>*-1 line Goods, st. uld see that the articles they
purchase are seah d with the fullnatneof the firm..I N RICHARD
SON, SONS A OWDEN, us u guarantee of the soundness and dura
bility of the goods.
This caution Is rendered essentially neceassrv as large quantities
of Inferior and defe.tive Lin. tie sr.- pr. pared, season aR* r siason,
and seah-il with the name of KK'flAKDHON, by Irish Ileuses, who,
regardlea-. of the it, iry thus Indicted alike on the American con
sumer and the mam facturers of the . enuinr Goods, vill not r adlly
ahandon a bualneas so profitable, while purchasers can bclmpoeed
on with Goods of a worthless character.
J BCLLOCKE A CO
se#—dly Agents, 88 Church Street, New York
W. 0. fOwegitB. jah. a. Towr-guA,
\V. I>. TO.UPKISS A. RICO.,
Commission Merchants,
FOR THE SALE OK
FLO US, 'JDllAcrn. OHAIX,ck(\,
(BASIN BANK.)
fill hsnond, Fa,
Liberal Advance* mule on Consignments Ir store. apl—ljr
SAM I KIs A YUKS «Sc SON.
Cdmiui'-du a;td Forwarding Mtn.haUs,
RICHMOND. VIRGINIA,
OFFER KOR HALE—G. C. Miss Licorice, Olive OIL Adamant'as
Candles, Tofci co Flavoring. Bog an ! ether Nalle, Scotch and
American Pig Iron, Reese A Co.’s Uanii.alated Guanc, Clever
Heed, Ac.. A- . - •,
KEFRF.’f* PIIOsPliir.PMtl \ I i.N.Ttll .11ANI
PULATEDGl ivo. i -»«/.•».'/ erdu • irehj ,f fit urictn <r-.d
Sombrero Ovarii \tlutlftach.—Tide fertilizer I.us been used In
Virginia for the p.; t four years, for Tobacco and Wheat, with re
sults fullv equal to Peruvian Guano. Its advantages are conve
nience, and permanency n I1, eject, and economy, its cost being
1." per cent, less ib in Peruvian. Price f'.O pec ton of i It ■) I be.—
For sale by STOKES A klVFA,
felf!—4m Corner Parr and Ifrfh ats . Rid :n< nd Va.
Mules, miles and houm-:*. i km trv_
Just received, direct from Kentucky, u 'cry choice A«Ay
and auperior lot of Stock. I have MCI E8 well suited ta
Don masters, rallrr d purposes, street and dantatlon use, all of
which I will sell, exchange, break and deliver In the city or couo*
Dy. on my usual <K •omnuefatlutf terms, at Davb 1 ilulchUon's,
late Harden's old stand.
aulS—If EDWIN WALKER
N. B. I shall be In receipt of fresh Stock, dDect from Kentucky,
every month. Enquire as above. A W.
Ill A FORD A POSTER,
Cabinet Man ufneturera,
At tlsr-lr Old Nlriutl,
CORNER 13TII AND FRANKLIN STS.,
Kirliiaoml, Va.,
WOULD Invite tbe attention of all In want
to our large roek of
Fit rul tore,
from the finest Rosewood, SJebogooy and Wal- *4 i,-jz^p
nut, of our make, ever offered In ltd* market, to the cheapest Cot
tage Setts; Chairs of all kind*; Beds, Ma'.trazsit, with everything la
the Cabinet line which wcaresrillng at a very email profit.
1,’tDF.RTAKING
lc all Its branches a’.leaded to at all hours. TOLji
mat ^',-3
WM "SATTLER & CO.,
IfO. 112. H l I If STREET.
KICHMOID, VA.,
Dealers in
Colors. Palntera’ and Arfb',’ Vatr'als
Varnishes, White Lead end Z'nc Paints oil and water Cold*
English, F> etich, and American Frprevlog,
Lithograph* suitable for Grecian Painting
Prli;ta for Potichomanie Painting
MathemttVtl Irir’runeutJ for Architect! and Englneerti
french and Inglbh Drawing Paper
Windtor and Newton’s TubeC. lore
Engdlsh eud German prepare! Can van
Picture Frame, and Gilt Moulding., eto (seM)
BLACK PEAS.
O/A Bag. Week Peas, dally expect.' for sale to errire. at
IdU Ixtetti, R9BIN*0N A ROUXRTB,
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