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Kit inutn HOIKD OF TRADE.
i. U rent, /V*r t .AS. R. WTPtrr, 7V. f W. R ISAAC*. Sa’j.
oouuiiti • »* 4%■ mtAVtOR.
nillAU s. DORMAN, Chairman.
LARKIN W. ©LAI Y BROOK, I K. ». BKNTLKT,
£ » V MoCaSC*. I LRW18 D. CRENSHAW.
•err *ium
fflUIAM BCR*. | D. B. BRIPGFORP,
,.nT,H UNBT, JAMES E. ElDDlCfc
• * «. N. M a malt Ip Jin KM 'OWS^ksgl
I . FOR a«W TORS LM Adi t 'W N i • n '<2dARk
►7 . rr. "’illenre at 1 •>!.«-*. I1. M . FRIDAY, the *b » .'ant
At irul.m Tlrk-te I ..usd to go and return by either of the .teamera,
(tat -room a' it rural* lni'u led. for the very to" price of I is. I’*»
ea«« to Now York, tueale and itateron Included, 8i<A direr
ag pao. g. only AV Psaaage to Norfolk aa/ne n* by the River
bvjiK .. . .
Fr*l*b» rfvrv«| t TVjru.lay, an 1 up to the hour oil o cl ok
F ¥ , rr i«;, UM a *uF rnr> be rrceirrd P«or lo that hour,
t'ofiofnrci 4rr »♦•! !♦»!*•• t *or lbe4rg‘»oda to-day FrgigM
1 % g«iv>« t«4«a at nodrrt»F rato*, aod forvardod with great da#
p%vh Tlcaei • alS twii* »ecur«d at our office or on board the
_LCPLAM A tv AT*QN
l'OH J « KN'*NA II I -K tln S.IVANNAM
l Ihe .:,r 'a-t ■ g »c er "ANA 8. I AN
NON ’■ Car’ a p Now.It r »itr* tfe greater po tlonof h»r. aigo
cogged, "ill .all «iih allp-aa-h e dispatch. F.r balance of fre^ht
*''apj n\m _W PjCOLQCTT t C0_
LHAALKIlF HO* FHKkftKlItHi
TN-Vl Ptltlciiorr I A vp S' U 0 K—ll.e
F at-.uier Car . Peck, C .pt Gifford, "ill, on llklfc a
»- d after Wed . .dav met, 4ih in.t. leave the Whar f a »• rk.lW,
rego'a It <Te » Fr U>. Monday and W.dneaiUy morning*, at t
o , 1 Via. pre- U. y, an , re1 urn e »ch air mate die. v"* an lay except
nJ) at th ■ aaiue foil-, C oM ik. until fU'the'notice.
,gr t' ,»U eu Cl .<«uie taken off the line k abort time loan
d~T go fouie rrr»aim.
R. O. HASKINS.
llOU >T.n OKLKANN. -The »uperl-r UalitU
r t .bi • 1* III ' . 1." M Hiker, mil r. hieing the eSaE
g'Tkier po, t on of her cargo oa board, "ill have lion- J a'e di*
p Och. I ’c rr .a,. d.r or p.».ag4, having aupenar loruiahid ac
ouaaoilaliaa, ,y on board, or to
,7 -s w, p. COLQCITTA CO._
FORTHK DINTHirr.yla M1HFOIK.
i e „ ..... .1 vt Vi. Bid <d, Cnpt. Ra dlialhhai 22JUL
l • a p-t ion of her c»-go engiecd, and going on board, *U. Imre
derbkich. For tyitkinder, apply to _
aii_S» W D fOLQnTT A CO.
K)K AMI loilia. FIRST \ I 'AAL.
i" A. at 1 N-* 1 i ’. • .i Pocket* ‘hi an .A i
,,g»t ., 'ag. .ail't’g ac ho rt.r vi AH—11 aLL, I apt Oilier Cllchgni*,
h ,e.-rg a •••■ -tie nf her ea'go eticaged, and golhg on board, "1 I
ha r idck die patch, lor LaUme of freight »i ply to _
4pjl DAVID A WN. CLRK1E.
\t.v Ail) ATTRi lilt KuL la To 'EU VOKK.
,1^4 '.7. I’l I l KvHI Kb A NOKKOI.K t!
ajSSr-bA^ real i e >,mead every Monday. •< edn-ad y ano
r* -a-or ay ui-’ n uga y the Rlc* tnund aud Pe'.eraaurg Ka.lroa-"
Co-»al half pad f ur o’e.r . t«j l,l'A M .1 mil connect "Uh the
Ce.* at Pe etahur, IrVr I. *u I arrive at Norfolk In dc« time
tTitr *«\ i» day to .aav Ml-jauaj.. ;«l R Auokf, lorgtOfra, uo-l
J amr«l0ITTI
FOR XEAV VOKK.
Ar It4pg it New \ o. k nrlv th# nut afloraooo, la time for the dil
i«r*at »"*♦* g »tug rut and North
-- • j \<n \ :k tn>m ICvhmond.Including mrai* and *ta!
ro i*i <•!. oa*-d 5ttt*anarr, tho •axu : am though pu»*^ takeu ca
" For ti'keTrr'Cw/io* ' Ll'DLAM A WATSON.
^3^ Offic-Stearuort’Hharx*-*.
> L — The Pu-iera o! tl-Ship* or one of our t'leraa "illbe . n
haud In tie v - Ity of ths Pe'.uncurg Ticket Othc • eTtry M. may,
Wcdaeadae an l Satu d rv tnorning. at S o'clock to supply th'»
, .r-or. »ith till us "ho u-ay bet have procured them atucr • fli e
pryvIouOy. L * ”
SI' i: i III. NOT Iff' TO VIIIPPEKV a. *
y ! . >c v i r Ne« V . k fm ih-str.in- A&
as k orlilou e, J juii'tlutt u •» la nil fa. :
,, . .yen 1. . a ia Wcdtir . lav. * W*1 ■-*- S
l _ . ^ 1 VM t WT.d.N
" SEW sTaLUsHlP LIVE Id B -sTgA. UtiEiT.
flTUE steam*'Ip CRT OF NEW YORK. CapA Hogg*.
K will leave !•u, for '.orl '« 1 City Piint. on , Ytrf~fc
Wi'.D' K'DaY. T'.h loM.. al A o'el'va P M.
F e ght for t - ve «... be .ent up by the lomrc l omeanr.
turp'o*"!!! ;-*v - itv P Ift foe B .mn, ell’ N >rfelk. Till As
PlY.lSth.nat.il 4 o>l ck P M Lght-ea "U he ready a Wr
Tawing • ir.'i'lM'l <h d. I" the dock t . receive blight or the ,1 Ip
t X^.yllhh'M Tl Ml'AVihLu7k
“hpry ~ jo I, J.tr ,t, ,„uth ot Cary.
Thl*ateamer R uent <u* n a P oneer, and I ah. «• s cc rsful
»h.p. Olil dm ll-M epito. men- up-toth- C.ty 'lanu.udu
t. I of Tobacco, and other* i. urrtted. arc partlcu.a.ly dev ed to
NOIM'K. To-ace . • u-.urers ard o h-ra.
I,. . r .t» by me \'t »■••* “ ■' r 0 hllifa
re*Yi:»I < *f. ai I p.ea»e a lu-e»-> p» be raell, givi-g spec he d«-ec
14 vA w t-r Jk-.a 1 .•* tl. y wi r liM ,1-od* » lit -o hrr»l>r
t y W II be et re I «• C eir aapaoa* and rtelc l*o ? '
forw oing aueh good*. LV'e*'»^^ ^ U’ lK.tJk v ’*
fa*' 3m Bma mi Y ' V
~i il iM,a ,’ig a lUPUk
for Baltimore every other day.
mHKruUIUlAY HftAAIBOAT - ..Alt _*»
1 y CAM •tea-'-ra Okl) VIA tl‘' l* Y veil aok -- ia ■—
B1 1UKKE u d.: further ud.ce. will run resu'arly three m .-s
!•« veet Le»>- g Ki lunoitd every Taeaday, TBtiradaJ *nd Sat
urUeatiioc <K.M K-turr ne. leaving Baltimore the «»r
.lev* at A O’.lo. k !• « r .-rt received aU day *' r» Vnd.y,
We i.iettdav and BeLiar. ami up tothe hour of U o clock M., eeery
Tu adav ttafedar and Ratard .y.
7 ,*,i. ate-r ihe p », age infr-ni '&i to 30 hour*, an.1
have the went surer! -r acconuuodalkua
f*l-*-i^i"'J kXIK **■ DAVID * WM CrRKtr._
niii hVlrinoitt i'L"» ‘H.,igr%
1. ,.r \M; .ill’ i'OMf iSi.oe - -'1 of Ural «•» •• .•OtCfa
• amah-pa. are uoa -anu.ug regular.v between the above port*,
»ri ght ehlpp. » to 3avact.iL. or the In'.-rio* of the Stal.a or .
»e ie.» auo tlabaina, be kailr.»i trout Savannah, »iU haee
prompt alien lion. T. U. BELT, Tr., Agent,
„ v_tf Baltimore.
HUVEV ARMiSTE.U* 31 WlLUiMS.
WHOLES \ LKGKOCLES,
ho. 31 ** sir Street,
RIC!1M‘SD, VL,
wTrrnfT T» cell th* at’e f f etn.'e to their ewey large ar 1 j
' f V- It:. ! -i .-e: • v f Oeoi-erte*. Iron. Ste-I, A?.. w..i«ii
are n. w br ng - . ie.l ... *t e. and w«-.-h a-- r (fared wa their
utuil acc'.mmeJ.llt.v't - - e «t .ns »> !.-n,ean be found
Sug ire rie and r- (!..■:• It aii *» !*tl'»
c 't>r* t . Ii.-uvr,
T tu cm-,- a- .1 . fa ‘re qua! t -e _ ,
}■ .1- j. a live, Si.ie.e J. sh ■ . J.-» anil Br«a»t ple<-ea
| o: .s evdaa 1 o .h r- D • ' A. can. Ruts a. Short, H.opa.
.er r, o* all v»'l R.’-la. *o
Steel Na : Cast. SL *r, blistered aaJ German
Tin, ail eiir*. Plate lb-els and Bar
C 'pper, g neaud Spelter
Yt re. al ,.‘*es. No Mo U
Csadlea. In ever) quality
Jdtdaaaoe. N-w Ortee •. P no R’co and Mnecralo
By: ops. t.olden, hxtr* and I HI
Bo*p. of all A ti.la Including the celebra e4“Deter>:re
R.ce, Carolina ealra
heed*. H ail sanel ea
W ... ten Ware, o' a.l k!n l»
Bp. -e*. a large varie'y
K,.in. isinaugkn'' e u«aM’.''-*
N*l v b'1 k'ii “Oi.l lh 'non"
Uc-fVr MC.R-R.an.lS-. , lM‘t
wi He Lead, vtinoow Lusty, niaeY'ng
Miter Of, Tanner*’Sola.Cop • -rs«. Al nn
Mi Id", tl -m Arab! In go Y rn- Taiua
C ■ Ri a Lea. the v*
together a 'n every ol.-.er aril • t . be -..-un I In a who’etlle Gr>
rwrv Ifouei* ...... .
lh*eb .ve*t t heehe*n p-i- Sn-J p.-ineipaHy r «<MA, and
wh S’v-el*! .ferene* to *he w in'. of lh. s ... ern Trade, alt- t.s
wn -h'theat’r ltlon of a'l buveia !• re.aeekd befare puict . u.
al ■ _**
VIR< JINIA 1 WIN riON.
KM 1 TIN li A V l> At II INtl
M A C H I N K S ! ! !
w'l •,- -\ A .lir.tt-’ ■ r 1 .at WIN-; MAC III N K, trvnt
p, j K A I.IMK of Y! ! P nt, Ps ihe-nla*county, Yk
laovefthe* -la. tt.- be I r c. ntly In thi city, aU of
v .!■ t. {|v« t*•• -i’Ufa . n. T<. <*r wi>h!wr m oooo, l* wthk
mtUAHL* M %rc tr»4t the^aper! raaeiiu
Cnda-d far’d, can bo re.led upon, and far g-n-ral «,» h utwur
•naui. t All!: ferreted tlx old not fall to *UruM th's maeMn* be
fit, purcha*lng e.t-whe-e.
frlie fr«»m ?1!» t<* #60 rai'N.
L «ewm*AlkI' S rtMlLV KNUHVI ..ACUhS*\ a new and
ni,ad m,|L „a for ianltuag bc*irry *-f all a n I- lor tale
DAKliY A JOHNSON, A.-ent-.
So. 18 Governor *t., Richmond, ve
p k —Agents wao’*d in Virgl-la. North Cat .:i»a and Trineetea.
fail—ly_ 1) Y ..
WHuLkS-ilE —(S-tibiishttlia ISSb*)— RETAIL
STERRn^& Hl’LLEYI,
101 Broail Mreot, Hichtwoiid, Va.,
Kt gp conatas'ly on hand a Urge and varied a*aortment
of
hA.nttttSWAR^,
cmVIV an«ffiu
aw?
hocnf furnishing goods
01 «»*y d«erp'; n. te-jether with au «*'.*• variety of
Fancv (Goods.
*lr> alwaeiofUu laieel audaioei approved pattwua, a apien
GAS FIXTURE
C , 5f ri'ntt le t r». Friidunta, BraikfU,
'> V*P*1C A r *1 hoop n? oar'•«!>* -art ibtlehed n pot-.M jr. cf
f vG U,e r.-T f •O.l* et ts« lowrtt p-icew. and r-,pe. trui!> ,-r- |
:■ -a.uxchyani \ ' 's "
'leG^y 101 **'’*>'*»
tVo. IE >1AUE SWOBS. , :.y on hand e?
f | »wu t- aouf^ciiire, xht tolUvtajr of
Boots and Siioes:
For L'i<llr>s
ei alter Boo la. w'.ill and Without heel*
Morocco Lace BooU, w'.tlt - “
taoat Sain •* “ “ “ **
For tecutkiM. ut
F»»c IVtrSS Jo* *
5kowa H • iw, italic tal ‘luft-U SOifi
0*: •» ! n—» inJ U. i, -i
Fur 4%n«l rUIMrfn !
ij,o\\ »n I Morocco B * to, w.lb 41*1 WiUidUl boou.
For llojrat
Qm.'-* Hj {»*t« ' ■ ' • *
For Senaui v»o«irei
UO*t 4 d FCi^ t * Be to.
For Jfc rvwAUl i* n i
Frv **** 4iad Br •**a4.
I a. pr.,-*-'ad » <na*. to .'rdee at .hort oodc^ wy of^e abo*.
awi.Uened a:-, ~i. M-Un'hvce*.
^ _| do..r» aboee T K >-KI« E A ■ it
jGG Maaow.
J A S. S. ’! \ ?>01 & CO.,
Miytracir** ,T rraan row**.
Mason’s (Ghallontro Blacking,
U'.ATRKit FklsIOATITt,
HlUTIAki null' A'D BLAClt. WMTIXU IMS,
13H and I AO >orn FroUlM.,
pHii.Ansu'UIa,
an t far rale by t*ad«yeacrai » c ^
I >L » TKB A* O UKITANNI A GtHlDS -
i. lucb r « j > <• ••
Po !« J« Pile-era
„0 Oo T,b e a d Pe<»-t Vorkl
0O da T »bV. I***<«« and r'x* ™
|e -V fa > « ea i **•-* Solve*
t tt*ilaC»al«^andlc*H..h*ea . ^
y . w at re aJ, by Ti r BDTX.rn * ,
w 14 _}* ' *%f . .
J | NUBflN
•» ■ bn I t "el 'V -,y
ldu “ oil «» • " h sky
US - par«S E Boa
S» “ *• Apple bran !y
hu “ eal Bemcya, new For eai, by
J. \V. NTP? A CO.
—V4 X , Jtrl >f I - ■■'**« |
/Mill. Ul 'vtilrF. II ■
V.’ e*40« < HI|, ter aale be
«*,*J JOHN N. GORDON A SON.
IIIILN, VIRGINIA APPLE HltlNOV !n
M*l ware a«d r«r .ale he M J4IN**S
uojiCK r »iioi:ti \ki:u a to.,
NO?. iOI AND 303 N 4TH ST , PHILA.,
"W 1 IOIjKSALK L)11UGGISTS
Xinrartere of French and E '. h
vn'tsiv AND Pt»TT RUM.
W.hafac'erere ef PAINIBrf eveee de^fp lo«.
THe af Borvnaaa Baa a,are la reapv-tfaUy lnebe^ani
V 4r patroeafe e-Ce led_ * ~~ "*
,a. OWN AMI ( I Ll ll ATOUN. “• ■ ... 11., a
P—el *•«— » ^ v'^m^GSaTo1*
v ncot corre*,a son_
<• r halp-chi*ti »•<•* tfa*. «j
^ ^ l * 0- » DAVWPOAT
H TO THE SOITHKBN TRADE. ^
HATS, CAPS AND STRAW GOODS
FOR SPRISG, I960.
no. i*. iiitiin'iot.
7 8 .Rnlo Street, HlrUmond, VIphImI«,
Manufacturer and Dealer In all kin1’ of
II ITS, CAI»* AM) MBA»V GOODS.
HAS to Were, and offer, to th» South.ru Trade or the tnos<riJit
romfi’t trmu, at anl » >*'*' knJ c®m"
! plrte
SPRING STOCK OP
Hal*. Capa ami Straw Cootie,
#f thelatestand moat fashionable stele*. .
Mrrvhanis viaitln* tb.a market will Hod ll to their I''*"*". u9*
anu examine for themaelvea ho#»»re pnr h.sing To Jumt 11
fur co«A a Utmntl ittmvunt mi Hit m.ulf.
MILITARY HATS A\D CAPS,
ofevery deecrlptlon, furnlahed at the short eat nolle*, and on tie
moat favorable terms.
UTS
Dress Silk Mats
cannot be excelled for style, ueatnes* or Bn ah.
A call la uuat respectfully solicited. R<' I- Kl W ,
mh<-8m Sutceaaor to Buford. tH. kln.cn A Wrl«lger._
GREAT SOUTHER? HAT AND CAP MxSU*ACToRY.
JOIIX DOOLEY,
81 MAW NTBBBr, BITHMONP, VA., |
MAHUPAOTTRSH AND Dt.\LrK IN Ft'K. STRtM. LEGHORN, I
PXN AMA, fOPT, AND MOLESKIN t*KESS HATS.
rlUVa no* ready my Si rin* stock of list*,
Caj*, and Straw Goods, to which 1 would In
vite the attention of the merchants of Virginia,
North Car"!!: a and Tennessee, CO"Aden*, of my
ability to supply the •• with everyth! * they ro»V
wan: in try 1! e, on as go., tcime a, they can be ^
procured In any market n the country. . _ . I
My Stock will be kept constantly lull, by the add.tin" of any h n*
f at ta new or dealrable Having greatly Increased tnj m»j>uiac
turin* fa> lllti *, many desirable at. lee *111 be of my own mai.ulsc
•ure My H'a » Moleskin Hat 1* still In the front rank, and ia equal
it not superior to anythin* pr-duced In th. c un'r _
Mv a « rtuxenl of B. v.\ Mla.es .nd ft.due ’* Bcbly 'Trimmed
Hau an d Pla: . of all the different sly lea of Braid and Leghorn, can
not biiictDed. . - *#_
lu M .iia-y boo*. I can fumtih anjtMn* "I?1?*;. v Iv * L
f th* van >us quatttle* of Armv - Regulation Hau, to venr eom
plete. and any of the different styles of ltaUorC.pt Jade to order
mt£XXa011' *' JOHN DOOLEY.
ma fox iv* ii.it store,
ffl MAIN STREET.
HI hitiontl, Vi'.
SPRINIt style
HATS AND CAPS
P011 1SC0.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS
VND th* public generally, will And at this establishment almost
•vrvtMngln the H XT an I Car line a much laiger.tock ih,n
usual having been purch ised 'l l* t-prlog The subsci 'bet feels Con
ti lent of being able to ,ui< the »unu of all, and respectfully tn
v“aa an examin.Uon of the pis-FORD,
bi Mala street,
Richmond Va.
^25 a few doors below Pi .sl street.
18(30 SPRING TRADE. 186(1
ELLBTT WEWIGKR,
MANUFACTURERS AND IVUOLE.vlLE DEALERS IS
Hats, Caps and Straw Goods,
ICO- 107* TvT-A-XlSr ST’.,
OPPOSITE EXCHANGE BANK,
Ri«'iiiii»n<!, Virginia,
R AVING made extrusive p-> pxration,, are now < fferlD* to the
Merchants of Virginia, North Carolina, and ’ennrutc, at
prtc** w*>Vb cannot but eu«ure a sale, the largest and most Crim
ps,,. Wock o ' spring and fhwmcr Good* ever gotlrn up In th<s
mark,., which for quality, variety and ele*»nce. cannot be exceU
,d_ All they a.-* i> a took before purchasing elsewhere.
CffTOrders strictly and promptly a-tended to.
k ELL ATT i WKI3IGER,
£,g No. 1CT Main 8t.
tlTEYAJER A EDflO.YD,
RICHMOND, VA.,
Portable and Stationarj"
ENG l NES,
«nr.Hll.t!>. It ilLKOAl) WORK, 4f.
STEAM FIRE ENGINES,
or TBS MOST APTROrKD FLAM,
A5t>
*lnd • Mi th>< V. ry 0*«* "Wnnnrr,
ViirranUJ ’l n ertry rt\: r t to any of L’.c i<:m* Hud
Eoymr ■ hjilt ,.L.<r Xorth or WrU, .13^—61-1
ntltlKS I.l MSBI-'N ily announi" s loth- '!'!
. . , ur ..I •..•I . rp< muli-ic e-untry. that !»• hn»
... R in Sir i t, 1*1
l. Li.nl I VHttViT.- .ho. 'iWl.L1Y.rPK T \CXhS .1.1 Si’.
1 t t iV t . r f fo : 1 liiy, ami t.cwly » ■ e-te 1, <d beau' tul
■<f .•:« tm ul (MkautUy and ft-e quality 0* utbrial, to
wt n r ■ Lv.trt the attt .it; .11 of all iu want of any altic.e iu the
H. (lit era Mntieif that from his lone experlenr • !nt!i- bus n-Ji.
anil.!' acqu.i -• e uh.htho manufacturer*, will enable Li. to
J ; c .--il ..i 1* at rraaouable l1 -iCci.
jvr” .1 ;r, i' ,t , Spectacle*, and Jewelry repaired In the
be.t r:i -n er, a’ .L a t aO.lce and at t: aa.u.abic price,
mh't|—tv __ ______
tirHIUm . reset* 8 bbl» very nupettor WHPfCT
>* b| - n , Devi klha i. that
V are a<n. tbo. a f-w bbl* of Nectar Whi-k.y made It 'to.
O. CRtNZ,
ai»-t« _No-' r«ci 'iror'Ji^ck_
, tiU. 'Hu i. mtii* iimTUik-tt*
I have 3 ipleuihd auerntent ol the above **“>d«, in .tore.
T. R011 RTSi.S A 1 UN’S,
No Ci Main Street.
LIGHT* FLEXIBLE AID STRONG,
NilUL AND BEAITIFIL I\ SUAPE,
Apj-rove l by ail*
I5Q-IKK ret*
THOMSONS CORRUGATED SKIRTS._
I860. SPRING IMPORTATIONS. I860.
CilNTr.lt, AM EY A AltlLNTS,
liuporiers and Jobbers.
nionMoxD.
\VTZ w- uld c\ll tVppecUl Attrition of the irerchsnU of Tlr
lf * j,‘ , r.a N rth Cat :m b .s..ln* «ur market this tyring, t*»
0- uTiuiUt!: b-^t >*. -a f F -rci/u iioo*Uofour imp, nation, which
w vk U ..Ttrr at as low prices us icy home in tht country ; we
enumerate in part:
Goo Is, F>r«*»s Trimmings,
gi It “ Threads
Lice a ‘4 fiucy G.>ods,
H .41,. ry. grutd Wirti,
Luces, Gcals’ Furnishing Foods,
W lotas, ofsUkliuU,
?H AWLS.
Wi* hire sl«o e«Ub::-ij d a nnnnfac*or? for M.\r.ti’las. C!o*k*
an i L» i*V Hr.ipp ng ► ear r illy, sad wi l be prepared to exMMt a
t;^. v r *y • f il»e« t.omis, of the n<*ev. djfUS sad piUercd,
made tAi liwiitly at horns.
umiostioB of s«r k, being del.-nnlned to< ff**r
er*- * meat Ij Southern buyers 10 make ih*ir purcl.ssr* '.a
our market.
. \ IA r V .* %RfNT«.
Tm: U'XI It or Tilt: .3:1.01:
THOMSON'S COKliUUATEI) SKIRTS
For ante b> Ihr Prlurlptil ICet bile r».
U VVA - A i'll. J would oil the a'tenllon of the
pul. c 11 ■) .arse ar 1 wi-ll »eln t“n > ocv of Havana llyar.
io«t:. In-porte 1 by ni .*elf, ar. I comprlalnr the ilmt and br.t heat.-1*
au- h e. Ca anae, iigara, Lalu.et.3, t »patiola, l’ar*a^»«. Dama*.
fuueb etc . etc. 0. CRAMS,
an If *n- s Piehariire llork.
QAAX CSS WKSTRRN BaARR.lt • <
aUUl ••i-MHl.r. a CLAIBOUSK,
Ht vf s, —rucar cured Ham* r.f luperic.r quality, f r »a e b»
„,hiT JOHN N. oordon a son.
WALTON
rni\IV rOUTGK I.OTTF.RY.
or fiKORGIA. '
(%arUr«t by t\* bUite in K'l
H, C. DAW SOY A. to., ’laiiagrn,
macon, ok savannah, Georgia.
novel "scheme I
POLICY PL 1Y LOTTERY!
R* thia Scheme,
Purchase re can »rlect their own Number*. and pay any
amount for a Ti.-k-t they may desire!
Kxtra (Vase 2. <fr<r »* Oft. 3, 1959,
Ar 1 ou every succeeding dav (Sunday* eaccpted,) at
5o’clock. P M.
r y in mle Scheme, three are TS Number* rlaced In the Wheel
—I ta 1 u-i t ' T5— nud twe've of theec number! are drawn from
the Whet number out of the >5, had that
ya„ he- 'j.ro jngthe Number*drawn, he gc'i fivetimet tbeumoant
Invented If t« f leeted Number* are drawn, he g-tt thirty tor
ore !• three set- etc I Number* are drawn, he get* two hundred for
c.., If „ ,c*ed Number* arc drawn, he gets a thousand for
■ n ' If five - icd Sumner* are drawn, five thci land for one, ll
, , , - e N ..tube-* are drawn, fifteen thousand to one. i'eiiiwit
V.-f If two, or more,(elected Number* »re taken, and all t f thoe.
S ruber* f> >-<voted are not drawu among the Twelve Drawr
Number*, the llcket 1* a Blank.
OCR
II ii v n i: a Plan Lottorle*
[)rw Four (4) Times a Month!
and are the •v'st liberal of any Scheme* ever ofiered. Far par
Uc«unt«i(irett. __
W. 0. DAWSON A CO., MansTfri,
Maw n, and 3»TH0unh, (la.
” \vM. SATT|J;it & a
Y O. 1 1 2 . 'Iin JiTKEET,
RICHMOND, VA.,
DEAITR9 m
C d «r*. Painter*’ and Art *•*’ Matcr'al*
jfg Vv Mtc L>a l v .liri.-PHlnu.nU andwatet Colcr*
KnpIMt, French, and InterScan Engraving*
U'hcgrapb* suitable for Grecian Painting
Print* for P-’i -hotnanle Painting
Mat! nai cal Ii sirutucnl* for Architect* and Engineer*
French and kaglWl Drawing Paper
What.or an 1 Newinn’l Tube Odor*
toi llab iid German prepared Canvas*
Pi -era SSw-e. *nd (Sit, Men! line* e«e _
1 » ft H t|dh • » 4.K *« N O HtfNK 1*1 vr.-> ti.u. Un
: cr*r»» rr m. c I’ for sale by
-1 ,, t. B1 a*. V i ROBERTS, C«r Cary and HW» 9’«
IIO.HL-'I Ai>i: mtUllUE.
KELVIN A ATKINSON
GOVERNOR cTRKKT, RICHMOND, VA.
W0rU> tv cf l'y lr'. rmth-lr Menda
RSIk C .ue lo a ,p c ha . » Urge assoit- W. TWSEflSLcrm
' 1 * mrn: of P e!r own made
CTami N KT FTTRNITUKE.
Of »n title' .nlq-iht. le'ther Bed*, Ualr. C«*ton aud Shuck
M ,"-.•«* Ac. they have p-u.g U.i trasses of a superior kind,
t -.re spp.ofed of than 'ey n'h-r that have been In use; •'grlhtr
„lth art a's clcitot of very superior Plano Fortes, from the beet
srd oldest manufactories In this eoenlrv.
T' , v woul l 1- "le • heir Wen i* and the public to *n easm'nsllon
O* ti «- a sn.l is ill s**u-e ihc-u tbst they ean and * 11 aeil u
was* v rl I-:’..' North *r holh They are now mtk
. Urge th' ;r manufactory, and hope by * strict
attention to their barf nmuir- e of the literal pal*
, . , ,, i are hither',, r. -■ ,-d They ire also prepared ti
furnish, at al. >0 not ee. artv kind of Pur al Ca»e, either wood .r
"ue-sh a;il. sli nec.aasry grave clot ice, and to attend t the
Cndertak.ng in al. .ts departments, with pr..mptaesa and dDpalch.
deW—dm __
IMtj.ti. 1.1I1M) STOVM, < r :»el r t
i ...ah, mh*S J..IIM N dome s *
11V.1N alHOM. *f havejual tec* v-t of ofcr own im
porvaUou, uwot r-rn th- ruanniscturer, a full aaaoiknent of
bLA - k CLOTlld
AN") DOK8S1NS,
of th* abova well known make, which we offer to the trail*, a*, lew
peiee*_ [■»] HUNT, P*IN« A Ck*.
|dPt»TING AND R| VLB PdWDhlt.-llMi kege
( © and oase* *• Kentucky ,TIl«iand Rpordn* Powder, *.r sale by
■Ml—It I. B. DA> AN PORT,
§1,000 REWARD!
MANY persons, Inclaillog conductors of pub
lic presses, hare shown their Ignorsnee, no
less tbsn their rc*l. In charring the Dlsti.lers
Willi wising post il with their liquors.
To one acquainted with the process of making
whisks, lb's is simple ridiculous; buttothe pub- -
lie general? its reiteration convey* the Impression that It ha* some
foundation In truth.
Whisky Is made from grain, which Is first ground Into meal, mix
ed with hot a at er—made to pass through the process of fermenta
tion by the introduction of yeast, precisely as light bread Is made
to do, and whlen process develops the alcohol—and then distilled.
No poison, mineral or vegetable la used In It* manufacture. If
other person* *re silly enough or criminal enough to commit atroc
ities charged, It Is not for us to defend them ; we only claim to an
swer for ou-selves.
The above reward will be paid to any one who will prove by the
test men? of a competent and respectable chemist that our state
raent Is untrue, so far as liquor manufactured by us Is concerned,
with the understar dlig that the liquor subjected to the test shall be
procured either fr. m our store houve or f >m any of our many re
spectable custonu 11. md that the character of the chemist who an
alyses It shall be so established aa to be beyond suspicion, either
for skill or honeriy. p. stfarns t CO.
The enterprising proprietor of
CHKITNCTCKDVK WHISKY.
(TV Purest Medicinal Agent ever known,) has furnished the
commuuitv a stimulent, pure, healthful and invigorating, at the
same time a mild delicious beverage. It Is calculated to do away
wdh the vile drugged stuff that it palmed otf on the community,
and which la injurious to body and mind. In addition to the eertl
fl -ate* beneath, he has received a Diploma from the sTATIt AGRI
CCI.TCRAL SOCIETY, anil additional testimony from Dr. Jackson,
of Boston, who testifies under oath to its absolute parity.
CERTIFICATES.
PniLADtLrsU, Sept 9, lS5s.
We have careftally tested the sample of Chestnut Grove Whisky
you sett ua, and find that It contains none of the Poisonous Sub
stance known as Fusil Oil, which Is the characteristic and Injurious
Ingredient of the W hisky* In general use.
BOOTH, GARRET * CAMAO,
Analytl- al Chemists.
New Y’obs, Sept. 8, ISIS.
I have analysed a sample of Chestnut Grove WhUky, received
from Mr. Charles Wharton, Jr., of Philadelphia, an ’ having care
fully tested it, I am pleased to state that it Is entirely free from
poison..us or deleterious substances. It Is an unusually pun? and
fine flavored quality of whisky. JAMES R. CHlulON,
Analytical Chemist.
Bosrns, March 7. 1N59.
I have made a chemical analysis of commercial samplesof Chest
nut Grove Wl.iskv, which proves to be free from the heavy ru*;l
Oils, and peifert'v pure and unadulterated. The fine d*vor of
thl* Whisky is derived from the Grain used In manufacturing 1L—
Respectfully, A. A. II AY Eli, M. D, State Aasnyer,
No. 1C, Poylston Street.
For sale by 0. WHARTON. JR.,
Bole Principal Agent,
Ja98—6m No. 116 Walnut Street, Philadelphia.
.rye,;/
TIJE I'NDFRSIGNFD CONTINTE TO MANUFACTURE WHIS
KY, nf all the various grade*, from good plain -WHISKY to
th- verv be -: arl c!e fr,m Rye. Our Ma-toll II) e W hisk)
is admitted by all who have tried It to be unsurpassed. Haring
made larg- additions to our works, we challenge comparison for
quality with any Whisky made In this State or any other.
H Y STEARNS * CO.,
15th street, between Vain and Cary.
Hi chmonl, Virginia.
niOWfl FOR FALLOW'ING—Qa _
I CUI.TU ATORS AND HARROWS FOR ,n lis^
PUTTING IN WHEAT.—Believing that I hase _
in my NEW PLOW the best Plow in use, I lUOucikinkaUB
make this offer to the Fanners' and Planters I will furnish then
with the; !:i.plementi,aodl(they are not better than thosethey now
• thee ,-..n re’i-.rn 'hem tome after trying them, free of charge
tty” Fresh supply of Turnip Sc. '1 hut received.
** ,VJ *P. H. HTAKKK, No 62 Main 8t„
jyo^ 8 doors above ftt.Charles Hotel.
NASH, BI-INIAS AM) HOOKS.
SAWING ANI> TURNING.
THR Oldest Establishment In Richmond, where may be be hie
the above articl. in />erfirtio i, at the shorteit notice.
It rr* confident of giving entile satisfaction, the subscriber soil
clt«, ai heretofore, tin nubile patronage. Having recently adder
cabinet au.t carpent -rs Turning to hu, busittesr.ihc public can nos
have their work without diSiiM'. in >vont or delay. Hive me a call
,, _ • / MILE> A M BLKK, Mayo street.
DON A A A *V CO.,
Commission lYlexvlxantfl,
8HOCKOE EIIP,
Ul' l ruoiitl, Vlr; lit In,
Csovnvrr to give particular atlenti u to the sale of Tobacco,
j Whe d. Corn, C. lirm or other eounlrjr pr. dure, < ontlgnrornta
if which are respeCtlWly solicited 1*84 jet
Its M GOG GIN, P. C. TRADER, B. tV. L. 110LT,
Foroer'vo: Virginia. Memphis. Formerly of Virginia
iiOGUINrTKAD K & HOLT,
COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTORS,
Grocer*. Heed vine, Forwarding and
C o in mission INI ov t* It« n t si
n mphle. Tenw
vikVinia
BIT!NINO AND ! U8K!i ATINti COAL OIL®.
•Mil GREAT KANAWtfA < I AND OIL COMPART,
‘Consisting i mti « • ..i.<.t**< r oca owsSTiTe." ha* appointedui
Ag.-t.ts f.,r ' e ssb* of th Ir Justly celebrated
BURNING and LEUKll atino coal oils,
the qu •!:: v f which If warranted pr :t« and i .vaPCI Trairrj).
Wuluv.iet ■ . a of At -the arheand Dealers throughout
•h rt ir to our supply, which will be large and sold by teWeande
^adhekweet Factory prices_GOOC.I A ECHOW.
LltiHTE & BHADBl URY'.S PIANOS.
W’F TALL the attention of the eltliees of K.eh- r^mt,
\> mond.and th it .o, to our Piano Forte* which
we have place I with 'ir. Carual, t! at their qaallties, Wy
t f fr I I *
tamed Chlrkerlns’a.
W» warrant all our Pianos, and can shew as high and ae nutne
ron* testimonial* as any factory In the country. All of which can
he seen »• Mr Carusl’s on liroad Street. !Sd door from 9th.
dfi5_ Lir.im: a bkadhurry. _
RICHMOND PIANO TOR IE .MANUFACTORY,
AND GENERAL DEPOT OP
Foreign and American MbsIi and Musical
Instruments.
DORR k RAPE. 29" k 2S1, Broad Strut,
f r AVISO associated themselves In th* above bus- _____
t I lnc*“, r »pect:ully Invite public attention to adW* Sli
■belr large ax* .-tiuer.' of Ihnnos and other Musical
■ 1 • v T I*
will eaiiify the e-nut fastidious; urchaser. They •'*• keep on hand
'he largest an I choice.t «‘ock of Music. Seminaries. A-a-lemies,
Institutions of L-aiming. Ac. » 11 fin I It to their advantage to deal
with us, os we are prepared to Mil Music, Ac., at Northern pricr*.
Pianos of our own make, warranted far 6ve year., and kept in
tun- twelve inonV *. a> I exchanged within six months, If they fail
vo give entire mti*:* ion to the pc: Ki.-or. We also keep a large
... rtm-nt of Plano* of the best Northern mai.ufactortea.
Particular attention ia paid to orders from the country, and per
,vna can aaf-l> r.-ly u|K>n the faithful execution of tbelr orders.
Tur.'ng promptly nttended to
Old Pianos taken In exchange. Please address
0r1 DOItfl * RAPE. Richmond.
NO M r K OF CO-FA H CNURM11P -l.CTHRR
I.IBBY, of Klrhmocd, and ABRAHAM BUR'ON.Of Peters
su g, Va., have formed a co-partnership, under thestyleof I IBBY
«. r.i. ry, Si.lp
T; until ry kill Coni 111 iaaion ISuaiinaw. a' the old
Hand of Luther L'bby, corner *>th and Carr streets JtUhmoiid.
ABRAHAM BURTON.
Richmond, Feb. 16th, 1560.
f HAVE to offer my thank* to i y Vlends and customer* for for
| m r liber..: itr'. . ice, an 1 to < a continuance of t*>c same
tv, the new bus uv-s 'f I.iPBY A Ut'iTuS, LI TllER I.fBBl.
Riciuuoud, Fch. 16, l&t'ek_ fc22—tf
BKOU NING, MOORE & CO.,
AUCTIONEERS.
FOR THE SALE OF NEGROES,
Will give their und'vlded attend n to the sale of Negro.*,
g^r- Office on Frankl r, a f-w doors below Wall street.
open for buxines* on Monday, Feb. C, lbfiO.
Jabl—daetf__
1*AKE CLKAKANCK SALK <»R
A 1,731 LOTS OF BOOKS
Prior to removal to their New Store, Noa -Mi! ami 445 Broadway.
P. APPLETON & CO.,
Noa. 3 1G and 3 1 S BROADWAY,
Will (ell by Ructlru
Commencing on TUESDAY, the 27ih of March, at 8 p. m , and
continue the
FOLLOW! <« AFTERNOONS.
WELLS A ELLSWORTH, Auctioneer*.
A flnc collection cf Work* In every department of literature, a
large number of wh'oh are In >-W*i! library Binding*
SPECIAL NOTICE —0 APPLETON * Co. being about tn re
move to a more ce ittal position, respectfully inv.te the attent'on
of their Mend* and the public to the l ooks In th • catalogue, com
„rising selection* and duplicates from their large ami u-nvalleu
•to.-k In eve--.- department of human knowledge; bound by the
m st experienced and classic workmen in London, aad well worthy
the attention of gentleman adding to their libraries
The public may rely implicitly that ail the books In thU cata
logue will positively be mid without any re*ervatlou.
Among them will be found
Roberts’* Sketches ot the Holy L’nd; 6 vol*., folio.
Musee Imperial of France; 17 vol*.
Florence tialle-j; 9 vols , folio.
Versailles (lallerv; 19 volt, folio.
Galerle de Mu»ee de France; 10 vo!».
Stafford Galerv; 2 vcL
Musee Fr«ucai»; 4 volt., folio.
Gwlerle Flamand.; folio
Ml.din’* Biographical Work*. 25 vol*.
Edinburgh Review; 110 vol*
Encyclopedia Biliaenie*; 23 vol*., 4t0.
Penny Cyclopedia; 16 vol*., 4lo.
Ree»’» Cycluptwdia; 47 v d*
Blackwood’* .VMgaxiue; 6i vol*., Ac., Ac., Ac., Ac.
Catalogue* lent to any address on re- Ipt of a stamp. Person*
st » distance, unable to attend to sale, may have their orders exe
cuted b> the auctioneers. mb7
I. I Is la I E’S
Impenetrable Chilled Iron
1IRE AND BURGLAE-PKOOV
SAFES,
Secnred with Llllte’s patent
Coittbiiinlioii Powder
Proof Loek*. for sale by
C.T SINTON A CO.,
Agents, Richmond.
ALL THE WOULD AT PEACE,
No More Quarrels,
Firui I nion,
Save the Pieces!
TITEN call at JA8. !L PEtP.CF A CO.’S New Drug Store, co •
9th and Rroad 8t* , get a bottle ef NEGATIVE GLUE OJG*
MS NT use as directed, and be satisfied th»t the Cnion can be p
.erred___»‘hB
lNOO. FK1>I1 DRY (.001)1*. Isoo.
ELLIOTT & URKWRY,
IMPOSTS*.* ASP Jt.BBXM OF
1) R Y (t o o r> s,
No. 17 Pearl Street, Rltlinaond, An.
\\r£ have in itorr. and are uow rec-Mng, black and wh;*e and
^ | fancy Fnx.l>I» Print*; Hack and colored EnglUh Cambric*;
roiled J*cooeis; Mi* ht»ter, CImjow and French Ciugt.amft, Al
pa lri*h Urn i a, i‘l*y lingua, Burl-ip*, Farmer*’ turn, Wora
trd Cor is, Ac-, Ac., vl «*ur own tin port mi on, {elected In
th« Furop* I’D market# in petaon, by cur agent, Mr WWiaui Hell
vi*.. bavr a^»o in *tO( k, a Urge ataorttnent of American Fttbrlca,
suit* i Jo the present »c uon, which we wiil »e’.l on the moat favor
xldMemu to the trade. KLLVTT A DBF WIT
ir ||HDk, V.r t-A prime Sew Orleou* 5l*OAlt, for atle by
£#) WM. WaU.ACF _mhg4
OA BALEI PCRK VI n AUABIC—
o 90J0 1b* superior Tonqn* Bean*
210 boxes fresh 0 ivs Oil
10 bbl* “ “ “
78 lb. OU My it ins lot »%»• h^, ^ fp ^
Whol-aak Di'i»gtslA.
INSURANCE OFFICES &C._
1 * M It A * < I; ( O H I* A A 1
OF STATE OF VIRGINIA.
OFFICE FIRST DOOR FAST OF flTTOJI
HOUSE AM) FuHT OFFICE. M alN PTIiKT, RICHMOND, VA.
Capital §woo,ooo.
This Company are prepared to receive application* for FIRE
and MARINE INSURANCE, on favorable terma. AUo to guaran
tee Negotiable Mile.
DIRICTORS.
Wa H. Mamin.a.vn, Pre’»t Farmers’ Rank.
A. Warwick, Arm ot Waikwtck A Barksdale.
Wu. 0 Catxsiuw, firm of Crenshaw A Co.
Wki.lixotox Qoodm, firm of (loddln a Apperson.
T. W. MoCaxcr, firm of Dunlop, Moncure A Co.
G. A. IUukmulk, Arm of Warwick A Barkidale
Jamks H. Graxt, Tobacco Manufacturer.
L. D. CavxsHAW, Arm of Haxall, Crenshaw A Co.
Jobs L. Hacok, firm of Bacon A BaskervllL
R B. Haxall, Arm of Haxall, Crenshaw A Co.
John Cckrik, Jr , Ship merer
Wm. B. Warwick, Arm of WRrwtck A Barksdale.
Jab Ai.trvii Joxkx, Attorney at L iw.
C C. Ellktt, Builder.
T. G. Kirrtx, Agriculturist and Manufacturer.
K. W. mcOrdlrr, Arm of 8. McOruder’* Sona.
W. W. Crcmp, Attorney at Daw
Jab. Don lot, firm of Dunlop, Moncure A Co.
BOLLING w. HAXALL, Pre«tdent.
0. F. Bresrk, Sec’y. _ _ fell—ly.
MEK4J11 ANTS’
nsrsxjit^isrcE co:M::p-A.3xr'2'_
omen No. 153 .Tlnln St., Hlclimoiid.
MARINE INSURANCE on Vessels, Cargo, and Freight.
INLAND INSURANCE on Good* transported by rlvrrs, eansta, or
land carriage.
FIRE INSURANCE on Merchandlae generally, Dwelling Houses,
Warehouse, and other Buildings in town or country.
POLICIES issued at current rale*, *nd loue* promptly paid.
DIRECTORS:
Jo*. R. Anderson, James Dunlop, Bamuel Putney,
Jaa. L. Apperson, L. W. Glaiebrook, Th. T»ylnr, Jr.,
David J. Saunders, Lewi* Glnter, John Purcell,
David J. Burr, Geo. D. Shell, J°hu D guaiiee,
Wm. Breeden, R. B. Heath, F. Stearns
G. F. Wa’son BamT J. tiarrlton, John C. Slnton,
Wm. H. Christian, fc Miller, h H. Bklnker,
John Dooley, Wm. G. Paine, James Thomas, Jr.
ARCH’D PLEASANTS, Pres'L
J. H. Mobtaoci, Sec’y._*PH_
Fire limirau<-c, Marine imu ranee.
THE V1UG1MA KIKE % M ARISE INSURANCE COMPART.
Orrto* No. 181 Mai* 8tek*t, Ricmmomd, Va.
CASH CAPITAL. $200,000.
CHARTKItEI) in lS82,and having,during lie existence of twenty
si* wars, met elating for losg to the extent cf largely over a
dll8,1,ION OF DOLLARS, it refers to the history of the
ast m> affording the very heal guarantee for the future.
Being a VIRGIN IA COM PAN Y, its proAUare distributed amongst
her cltlieng, and Its Capltr.l used to promote the success of her
Commercial and Mechanical Industry.
By the long acquaintance of tbl* Institution with the Inanring
Public, It has become familiar with their interestg, and no pain,
will be spared, or information withheld, on the part of It* Officers
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 reapectaUt
cltixens in almost every portion of the Elate.
Applications for Fire or Marine Insurance, addressed to the
President or Secretary, will receive prompt attention.
W. L. OOWAUDIN, President.
Wru iam Wium, Ja., Secretary. mhl‘J—ly
Fire*, Life und Marine limirance.
THE RICHMOND FIRF ASSOCIATION with a caih capital and
surplus of marly £250,000, Is prepared to Issue policies
on the aty ve description of ilski on as re f inable terms ns any
similar institution in the State, and respectfully aak a shaie of the
patronage of the public. Application will be received at the of
Ace No. lfttiji second door east of corner of Main and 11th streeta,
where the officers will cheerfully give any Information required.
All losses promptly and liberally adjusted.
DIRECTORS:
Ohas.T. Wortham, John H. Claiborne,
Wm. C. Ton pkIns, Robert M. Burton,
John J. Wilson, Thos A. Rust,
Alex. Garrett, Geo. N. Qwathmey,
John T. Sublet!, Frs. J. Bsrni.
DAVID CURRIE, Preet.
RoBsarr A. Tomi-v:!**, Hec*y. _ »e46
manffactf writs’
SAVINGS BANK.
CHARTERER BY THE LEGISLATURE OK VIRGINIA!
THIS I.NSTITrTION win receive Depoilten, on which an
Interest of eta per cent, per annum Is paid on all turns remain
r.g on deposits longer than six months, and flee per cent, when
remaining a thorUt period.
Owe*—At the Hardware Store of 0. J. 8niro* k Co., T1 Malt,
street, and at the Banking House of R. 1L Mackt X Co., corner of
Main and Wall streets. G. WORTHAM, President.
D BAKER, Jr., Secretary.
0. J. SINTON. Treasurer.
D1IIECTOR8.
Re. H. M*ury, Wm. Taylor,
Jno. H. Greacer, Cornelius Crew,
Jas. M. Talbott, Win. Holt Richardson,
Hiram M Smith, P. C. Larut,
t. 8. Turpin, Ro J, Christian,
John C. .Sudan, W. li. Ikiss,
Ansr.it Richards, Franklin S'.i arna,
James Williams, Ohas. Talbott,
Richmond, lfRh Be] lumber,UHL sell
VALVABLC litlPROVI TII.9T.
r FATHER can t-e t’.urojg'.Iy tanned without the use of bark, Ir.
J tiny f.,rin whatever; and n‘ a sav ngof more ihan two hundred
•crcetil tn the prtc# o'material.-, an 1 In one-twelfth tlic time re
.ulred by the old process.
It will be tested by experiment, and shewn to any who feel lnter
tted In the subject.
Heavy Hides will be tnnn I In from 20 to 80 diys.
Light Hides In from in to 1 '• days
Kip or Calf Skins in fri in ft Pi 6 days,
buck, cheep, Hug or Gout .“I ns, in owe day.
Ily this process, a better a tide (if Leather Is made, being heavi
er, tougher, more Imp> rvi dis to water, and a prettier article. In
'art the old mode of tinning Is utterly incapable of making sc
.ood an a-tlcle of Leather, and 1 will submit it to tbe decision of
.nj ccimptteut judges
One of the p lnclple articles used for tanning by thlsproreas, Is
a common plant, growing spontaneously over the country, and -r ay
be obtained •Imply by rut 1 ’■ •
Any person wishing to obtain an Interest In this process, whi ti
in all confidence I offer to the public, ran address m -.
JOHN r. CHILTOW
Liberty, Bedford county, Va.
fe!8—dm Proprietor.
•e«e further nM'ee In the Virgin!* Index. _
9ANCUBITEK 1KOJI WOBKS,
South Etui of .flayo's Krldge, Itlrliiuoud, Va.
K 0 D L it f B A I it I>, I* H 0 I’ K I t T 0 K.
TAM prepare! to furnish Plans and Estimates, for the erection
of Flour, Grist and haw Mills, of the most approved construe
lion. Stesin Engines, both Portable and Stationary, 1 ailr- ad
work, louacco Factory Futures, In fict, lrcn and Brass CAfllMiB
of every description.
Having a larp" collection of Patterns, I ita prepared to (Hor
de a at short notice. 1 am •!-« the onlv manufacturer In Vl-ginl*
or the Improved Jonval turbine Water Wheel, which has given
entire saus'aclion to those that have them in use. This wheel Is
well adapted to high and low heads, ami tint affected by back wa
ter. Apply at the works, or address ROBERT BaIIID.
Richmond, Va.
I take this method of reluming mt t' anks ta niv friends and the
public for the liberal patronage oe.totved on me for the last twelve
years, and hope, by strict attention Pi hunne-s, to merit* continu
ance of the unit.
futo—<kn ROBERT RtiRD.
BRADTS PI BUSHING HOUSK
NEW BOOKS JlTST InSVED.
I^THEIi THBVOK ; or, Th.e Duke’i Victim. By G. W. M
J KiTgiiUks. Price SO cent*.
Fuat pile ; or, Memoirs of the Marquis of Waterford.
Price 26 cents.
Expose of tho 8on* of .Hjt'tn. “ 12 “
Tho Chevalier B’Harmt ntal. By A. Degas.
Price fOeent*
Penning’* Every Mother*’ Book t Do not letyonr
Child Die. Price 26 cents.
t*P‘Malled, free of postage, on receipt of price.
The Welcome tiu* »t, a Brsi.-cla>» Family Monthly New*,
paper, issue i at the low rate nf Twasrx Fiv* Cxjrrs A Yxah. Bend
for a specimen
{Vf Brady's Mammoth Catalogue of all the best beoks tent
free of postage.
FREDERIC A. BRADY, Publisher,
2t Ann Street, New York.
Agents wanted. _mhlft—
~~ RICH A J IDSON’S
IRISH LINENS,
DAMASKS. DIAl'EHS. kr.
CONFCMERS of BIClIARDfONTi LINENS, and those desirous
of obtaining the GENUINE GOOD:*, should see that the arti
cles they purchase are sealed with the full name of the firm,
J. N. Uini.tltllMlN, SOtSA OWDEN)
as a guarantee of the soundness and durability of the goods.
Tins caution Is rendered essentially necessary, as large quant!
ties 0! interior anti aeteeltve Liincni are prrparr.i, season aivei
season, ant sealed with the name of RICHARDSON, hy Irish
Houses, who regardless of the Injury thus Inflicted alike on the
American consumer and the manufacturers of the genuine Gootls,
will not readily abandon a business so profitable, while purchasers
can b« imposed on with goods of a worthless character.
J. BULLOOKK A J. H. LOCKE,
•e5—1y Agents, 36 Church stxeet, New York.
BOOT**, SHOES AM> TRl'AIil,
\EW SPRING STOCK, MARCH nth, I860.
tV 11 hive received a portion of our Spring Stock of Boots,
11 Shoe*. Trunks, Ac., which we offer to the merchants of Vir
ginia, North Carolina and Tenitrssee on as good terms as they can
be purchased In Baltimore, Philadelphia or New Tot*. We are
perfectly satUticd they will find It so if they will call and examine
our stock. Our ft<-;lHies for buyiug goods a! the lowest price*, from
the manufacturers, are equal to any house In the United States.—
W'w have been In business over iwealy-flve yea s, and are acquain
ted with nearly ail the best maoufacturtra of every description of
boots and shoes, and from the experience we have had In our bus
iness, we think we are very gov! judges. We get our goods deliv
ered to us »s low In Richmond, Virginia, ss any of the houses do In
Baltimore, Philadelphia or New York, and we do not Intend to he
nettled In variety . r style by any house any wl.eie. We think cur
slock will equal, ll not surpass, many of the largest houses In New
York. We have the most of our stock manufaciured to our order,
cot of the best materia s.
tVa we also nianuf.cturini’ In Richmond, Men's and Boys’ heavy
sewed Brogans sudablefor Farm-rs. The stock of Boots and Shoes
that we hare made expressly for trarmers is the very best, and we
will warrant It all towtarwell.
In the w-y of La lies’ and Gentlemen’s fine dres« Shoes and
Boots, we l ave as tine and aa nice aa can be made, nut of the very
beat materials. We are receiving goods evrry week, and -ur stock
will be found very complete. We Invite u .r friends and the publte
to call and examine.
PUTNEY * WATTS,
Wholesale and Retail dealer. In
Boots, Shoes and t runks,
mhS No. 113 Main street
ESTABLISH ED l-:34.
c. cki:w * sox.
STEAM SOAP AM) (AMPLE MAM I ACTCRERS,
l?Cli Mr«»et,Oi>po*fle I* © IW^rHrt
H AVING cn’arged our facilities for manufacturing, we are pre
pared to furuiiii the superior grade* of Soip, and a superior
article of Tali«w '‘andle*, at price* /<•** than ti e stirnr quality cun
be obtained North. We therefore have expectation* of a Urge in
crei*»e to the ve 7 liberal patronag** for eo long * lime extended to
ourli use, and it »ha»l ever be our policy to tr;ke It to the merest
of our ruflouitr* to patronize thi* old established home manu
factory.
3 As. W. QUI KW <V CO.,
m ClIEa^TMIT STREET, Pill LA DELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA,
ITlttnafACturern uud Importer* of
GOLD, MLVKR and steel era me spectacles, SURVEYORS
Compare* Engineer*’ T^awlt*, Level* and Drafting luatru
menta, Pliil*>»o|.h!cal Ap^rito*, for Schoub and Colli ges, Micro
•c< pfi, Stereoscopes and View*, Spy Ola*****. Ac , ©c.
A priced anJ Illustrated Catalogue* tent by mall free on appli
cation. mh6—8m
GOFF'S PATENT KNITTING MAvUlNS
FOR FAMILY AAR l’LAA l ATIO.M l’S£.
MAKE* all k nds of
HOSIERY.
tippdtc.
UWDrn SLFEYF8,
and many other articles of we \ring apparel, from Woo.cn, Colton,
or Silk Y arm
Every Family or Planter ahonld have one.
11. C. LI E, General Agent:
No. 6.5 Broadway, New York.
Acnrs WasTsn. inhlu-Smd.
JTAA IMS. WHITE SEED OA'i 8
MY/l/ 76 bua. black Cat adieu feed data
Small lot Kye Floor
73 bus. prime , lovei-:’e*d
Sd tierce Todd’s extia sugar-cured Hxms
600 bua black Proa—on cr-naign ■ rit’, lor aale by
mhW WU UAM H. Pt.EA3o.NT8,16th atreet. _
BUoA.«s| UBOonsTT—W* have od hind an assort
ment of Brooms of various kind*, for sale at Factory price*,
by mhNI JOHN N GORDON 4 iON^
WAX OAkDLSS, In whole »»<•.•‘•If'J'J'**
’ receiving, for *al* by JOH77 N, GORDON 4 k-CN,
RAILROADS, &C.
RICHMOND and PKTEUKBI ItU RAILROAD
(IHANUK OP HOCKS.
OFFICE RICHMOND A PETERSBURG R. R. CO. I
Richmond, Va., April 2d, I860. (
ON and after MONDAY, the 2d, the tialna on Uiii Road will
leave a> followi:
l*avi aicmoxn roa rrriaeacao.
Expects, dally, except Fondsys, at.4.30 A. M
Accommo latlon and Freight, dally, axcept Sunday», at.. 7.00 A. M.
Mall, dally, at.*..2.66 P. M.
lbavb pktksbbi'RO roa aicnoiD.
Express, dally at.*.66 A. 1L
Accommodation dally, except Sunday!, at.7.16 A. M.
Mall dally, “ “ at. 5 P.M.
Passengers for Clover Hill will take the Expreaa Train on Tues
day, Thunday, or Saturday. T. H. WYNNE,
ftp* Superintend eat.
vmuniA CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Mail and Passenger Trains,
I' EAVE Richmond daily at 6:30, A. M., for Gordoaavll|e,Ch*r
J lottetv lit, Staunton and list, mediate point. Connecting at
Uordonsrtlle, with the Orange and Alexandria Railroad for Alex
andria and intermediate Ftalioni and at Charlottesville with their
traina for Lynchburg.
Pa.sengera for pulnta west of Flaont.n, wishing to go directly
through, will take the train on Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays
Btagrs connect with Ihe train at Gosheu for Lexington, ''a., at
MUlnoro for Warm Spring", at Jacksons Rlrer for Covlngt.n,
While Sulphur Springs, Lewisburg, Ac.
Passengers for Lexington can g i directly through dally (exrept
Sunday ) On Tuesdays, Thursdays ami Saturdays, they will take
the Stagw at Staunton.
Through Tickets for Lynchburg, Lexington, Va., Warm
Spring., White Su phur, Lewisburg, Va., Ac., can be procured at
Ihe Ticket Office. THOU DODAMEAH,
inMS G neral Superintendent.
Office Va. Central Railroad Company, March 20th, 1861)
I860 GREAT bOOTHWSSTEBS MAIL ROUTE. 1860
RICHMOND AND DANVILLE RAILROAD.
Cbungpof Schedule.
ON and after Sunday, January 29th, I960, the Mall and Passen
ger trains,on this road, will run as followi:
Leave Richmond daily at 9 o’clock a w. for Junction, (Eurke
vllle,) Lynchburg#hristol, Knoxville, Dalton, and Atlanta, (is,
Chattanooga, Nasnvllle, Grand Junction, and Memphis, Tenn.;
Montgomery and Mobile, Ala., and New Orleans.
Leave Richmond daily (except Sundays) for Danville, Va., and
Greensboro’, N. O., at 8 a. w.
RETURNING,
Leave Junction (BurkevtUe) dally at 9.60 a. m., and arrive In
Richmond at 12.30 r. m.
Leave Danville daily (except Sundays) at 6, A. M., and arrive In
Richmond at 12.30 r. m.
&r The above trains oonneef bnOi ioayi with the South-Side
Railroad trains to and from the South-west, at the Junction, and
with the Virginia Centra! A R. F. A Potomac Railroad trains, to and
from the North, at Richmond.
Through Tickets sold, and Baggage checked through to the above
points; also, to the Virgin's Springe.
Kor through Tiiktln, and further Information, apply at the Ticket
Office of the Richmond A Danvhle Railroad Company, Richmond.
jaSO ALEX. WQKUALL. Superintendent.
RICHMOND & YORK RIVER RAILROAD.
ON and after MONDAY, Maich 1st, 1960, I’as f~"T7 ’SPT
•enger Trains will depart—
FROM sUCHMOND.
Dally (except Sundays,) at. .6M A. M.
Tuesdays and Fridays, at.2)6 P. M.
FROM Wlllfg HOUSE.
Dally (except Sundays,) at..4>6 P. M.
Tuesdays and Fridays, at.F)6 A. M.
STEAMER SEA-BIRD l.tAlLS NORFOLK,
Mondays and Thursdass, at .. 5 A. M.
LEAVES WHITE-HOUSE,
Tuesday* and Friday*, at 8 A. M-. connecting with Cars both ways.
UrbannaSiage leaves Whlte-llouse, Tuesdays and Fridays, at 8
A. M., returning Wednesday* <nd Saturdays.
Walkerton stage leaves White-House Mondays and Thursdays at
9 A M., returning same uays.
Freight Trains leave and arrive at Richmond Wednesday* an.1
Saturdays. TIIOS. R. SHARP,
Superlnlebd ,nt.
fcOl TII-»II>i: KAILHOAI).
ON A N D AFTER MONDAY THF.22d AIT-HT
gust, the passenger Trains, will run as follows: v
FROM PETERSBURG TO LYNCHBURO.
Mail Train starts dally at J80 A. M., reach.-a Lynchburg at 12.84
P. M.
Passenger Train starts dally, except Sundays, at 4:49 P. M.,
reaches Lynchburg at 12:80 A. M.
FROM LYNCHBURG TO PETERSBURG.
Mall Train start dally at 11 A. M., readies Petersburg at 4 P. M.
Passenger Trains starts daily, except Sundays, at 10:30 P. M.,
readies Petersburg at 6:80 A. M.
These trsliu connect wtthtwo dally trains to the Springs, Knox
ville, NsshvlMe, Memphis, Ac., to New Orleans.
Tlds is the shortest and most expeditious route to ail parta
of Tennessee, Alabama, Mls«i.-sippl,Louisana, Arkansas sod Texas.
The City Point Train leaves Petersburg daily, except Sundays, at
7 A. 51., and 12 Noon, and City Point at 9.80 A. 51., and 1:30 P. M.
Extra trains are run to and from all the steam paekets when ne
cessary.
H. D. BIRD,
au34 General 8uperintendanL
1560. NOTICE. 1M>0.
TO PAS8BNGERS WHIG NORTH—SEW ARRAJVGEMET.
11IPOKTANT TO TKA YELLEKS.
turvVou ri< ay. rs a vi> nut on. u < usckb.
GREAT NORTHERN ROUTE.
CARRYING THE bREAT l MILD MATES MAIL.
TWICE DAILY—Sunday night excepted—between
RICHMOND, ALEXANDRIA, WASHINGTON,BALTIMORE, PHIL
ADELPHIA, NEW YORK, and ail Important |>ointi West, via Ac
hilla Creek and Washington, ever the
RICHMOND. FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC RAILROAD,
To the Potnmsc Liver, 7ft miles; an I by Splended and comfortable
teamen thence to Washington, ftft mile-, in all 18n miles in 7 houri;
being a comfortable and perfectly s ife rate of speed.
X'&V Honrs of departure ft. 80 A. M , an ! 7.00 |». M,
Baggage under charge of Special Agents, CHECKFD
THROUGH to Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New
V ork.
Through tickets can be procured at the following rates:
r Balt m ire.$T 00 To Washington.$ 6 to
lo Philadelphia. 8 80 To New York. 11 N
To Cincinnati. 89 SO | To St I.ou!j‘.82 BO
To Columbus . 20 2ft To Chicago.26 IS)
To Indianapolis.. 85 00 To Pittsburg.. 14 00
To Cairo.82 50 To Loulsvi’.le. 2ft 00
To Dayton . 88 8ft Tn Decat nr. 80 7ft
To Jcti. reonvlllc.2ft 7ft To Newark. 19 2ft
To Rock Island . 83 00 To Vincennes.2» Oo
To Zanesville. . 19 tO
Passengers breakfast and sup at Ashland, and dine »n board the
comfortable etestnen between Acquia Creek and Washington.
ryr* For farther Information, apply at this office, Broad Street,
Sbockoe H11L JAMES B. WINSTON,
Gen'l Ticket Agent.
BAM'L RUTH, Supt I
Office R. F A P. R. R. Co., >
Richmond, Jsn. 21, lifts. J Jan24— tf
CLOTHING
FOR THE
SOUTHERN TRADE.
THE LARGEST AND MUST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT

RICH AN'D MAGNIFICENT
SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING
EVER OFFERED I I
JAMES WILDE, Jr.. CO.,
!Yo. 3RS BROADWAY,
BETWEEN WHITE AND WALKER STREETS,
New York,
WnOSE GOODS hare been long and favorably known through
out the Southern States, announce that their Stock of Cloth
ing for Spring and Sommer Wear will be ready for the Inspecticn
of buyers on the First of February, at which time It will be full and
oompiete.
We would call particular attention to the fact that all orders sent
to ui will be carefully Tilled under our own I.tlYIEDIATiC
Sl'PIlli VISION. To those who visit our marke^we respect
fully extend an Invitation to call and examine our stock before
making their purrhases. felo—8m
DK. J. S. ROSR,”
TO Tll“ PICK AND A^LICTID.
Every imellsgen^^^d thinking
person trull know that remedieQ^^Bd out for general nit
•houll have their efficacy established b^WD tested experience It
'he hand* ot a regularly-educated Phyilcian. Dr J 8. Rose, ha*
labored lung and diligently In an extensive t rarilee of medicine,
and Ids rcmedici (as Is well known to the people of Klchmoudj have
performed the most remarkable cure* here and elsewhere.
du j.s. hohk’s t xrr.c i okant ok cough
SY HUP.
for Consumption, Colds. Cough -, Asthma, Spitting of Worst,
Bronchitis, ami all Itiseaeesoftht Luups.
Thl* Byrup, having stood the test of many years’ experience as a
remedy lor Irritation or intlamail n of the I.ungs, Throat, or Bron
chia, it acknowledged bv all to he a remedy eminently superb r to
other known compounds used for the relief and radical cure
of Coughs and Consumption.
In c .tnpoumilng a Gough Syrup for general use, the physician—
for untie t ot a phyilcian should attempt a prescription—Is compell
ed, from his knowledge of the constitution and constituted parts of
tuan, to avoid entirely the addition nf drugs that can ary way
tend to do injury. His object L not rudy to cause a symptom, su h
as cough, to stop, but It Is alio expected of a regcltrly educated
doctor, that he should cure his patient radically—while the preten
der may allay a cough by his nplum and squills, molasses and laud
anum, antimony, morphia, and olid cherry bark, and nor he ac
countable for the afrer health of hie patient Many of theno-trums
of the day have power to stop a cough, and the deluded victim Is
lulled Into an Ini arable term of dls- are, or pethaps death. Ur. J.
8. Rose’s Cough byrup will not only cure Coughs, hut In all cast*
prevent that Uon of Diseases, COVeliJiPTIOS. Price 60c. and ft.
DK. J. S. HOSE’S PAIN UUKEK.-rtus Dopulai
and never falling remedy has alone stood the lest of thirty-fire
yean. Price Id, IS and 60 cts.
THE PAIN C I* R EH cures Rheumatism.
THE P.vlN Cllliilt cures pains In the limbs, Joints, back
or spine.
THE PAIN CUREK cures Cholic pains in theStomach
or Bowels.
the: PAIN CUIt EK cures Scalds, Burns, Sprains and
Bruises.
THE PAIN CUBRR cures any pain Internally or exter
nally, and should be kept In every la rally.
We shall only say to the afflicted, try the PAIN BI KER,
If It gives you relief, recommend U to others; If It falls, condemn It,
Remember it has come from a regular Physician.
DR. J- S. IlOS ’N DYSPEPTIC COMPOUND.
the only sure cure for Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. Price 60
cents.
Dyspepsia may be known by costlveness, belching up of wind,
sour stomach, and sometimes diarrho-a or looseness ot the bowels,
headache, nervous feelings, cold feet, wakefulness and vsriablt
appetite. If these symptoms are allowed to goon long, without
this medicine, (which will always cure.) then follow debility of the
lungs, and a predisposition to consumption.
DK. J. S.HOSE’S HI < HI COMPOUND, forall
disease* of the Kidneys and bladder. Price 50 cts. The pest de
mand for thl* article nasinduccd others to buttle up something and
call It Buchu. Ask for Rose’s, ami take no other.
All DK. J. S. HOSE’S GENUINE! MEDICINES
l ave Ills written signature over the Cork of each bottle. Take
none without it.
For sale by all respectable Druggist*.
Sold by WARNER L. WARING, General Agent,
107 Bioad Street, above dth,
feS Richmond.
EKKE’M PHONPIIO-PERUVIAN.OK MANE
PtJLATKD tiUANO coto/iontd exclusivelyof Prnirlaa and
Sombrero Guano, one half each.—This fertiliser lias been used In
Virginia for tlia past four years, for Tobacco and Wheat, with re
sults fully equal to Peruvian Guano, its advantage* are conve
nience, and permanency In Its effect, and economy, Its cost being
16 per cent, leu than Peruvian. Price |30 per ton of 2,0<t01bfc—
For sale by STOKES A RIVES,
f<*16—4rn Corner Cary and 15lh »t*. .Richmond. Va.
Mules, mules and iioksbs.—i have iv—
Just received, direct from Kentucky, a very choice yWy
and superior lot of Stock. I have MITLE8 well suited to
Iron masters, railroad purposes, street and plantation use, all of
which I will sell, exchange, break and deliver In the city or conn
try, on my usual necommotlatlag ts sa, at Davis A Hutchison's,
late Barden's old stand,
au!»—tf EDWIN WALKER.
N. B. I shall be In receipt of fresh Stock, direct from Kentucky,
every month. Enquire as above. K W.
Mocha coffer
Pearl Starch
New York Byrup
Pure Kura
Choice Gunpowder Teu and Rice, for sale by
mh»1 ~ 1 A O. 8 DAVENPORT.
pnuiHKD, powderid, and extra l,rT
KJ SUGARS, for sale by I. A 0. B. DAVENPORT,
HARDWARE.
|M#, M-lt 1*0 Til t 0E. ISAS’
SMITH. RHODES & CO.,
importers and dealers
IN
Hardware, Cutlery, Guns, Saddlery, and Anchor Bolting Cloth
No. 22 PKAHL NTKET,
RICHMOND, VA.
INVITP Attention to their large an t elegant STOCK of GOODS,
Init received direct from the manufacturer*, and purchased up
on the beat terms. They are prepared to convince the merchant!
and saddlers of Virginia, Tenneese and North Carolina, that they
can sell them Goods, In their line, on equal terms with any house
In our own or any of the Northern markets.
Their stock Is full and complete, embracing every variety of
SHELF AM) tit AAV UAHUIVAUE.
AUO
Saddl-s Bridles, Whlpa, Patent and Enamelled I-eathrr, Hog
Skins, f.elgc Lining Skins, Bridle Bits, Ae., Ac. IIOEA— Hilling,
Weeding, Grubbing, a great variety, Ac., Ac.
rtr Orders respectfully solicited and punctually attended to.
feU-tf_
I 1859. FALL TRADE. 1859.
JOII.VSTOV dc UK WSIOKIE,
no. 128 MAIN STREET,
Importer* ansi IJeulcrw In
Hardware, Cattery, Guns, dec.,
AT WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL.
WE are now In receipt of cur Fall Stock of ■ ,i w.
IlnrtlMare,tintlery,Cluns, dcr.,
Imported and purchased direct from the manufao
turers and would particularly call the attention of aAM
merchants, farmer*, mechanic*, bouaekeeperi, and the public, ge
nerallv, to call and examine our large and complete snort inent of:
Rodger* A don'*, and Wostenknlm A Son's, One Pocket and Ta
ble Cutlery
Scissor* and Raxor*, WAS Putcher’i superior Edge Tool*
Pile* and Rasp*, Simmons, Collins and Va. warranted Aiei
Ames and Rowland's Spades and Shovels
D. and L. H. Hay and Manure Forks
Bfcnvtl and Tongs, brass, Japaned, Green, Pierced and Wire Pen
der*
Copper and Japaned Coal Hod*
Brm.*, Bronxed, Japaned and Oast Iron And-Irons, Fire Carriers,
Ac., Ac.
Curings—Nall*, Cut and Wrought, Hone and Mule Shoe*, Ac.,
Ac , together with every thing c.mprlalng a complete stock of Hard
ware, Cutlery, Guns, Ac.
We respectfully solicit an examination of our itoek.
,tH>_JOLN8TON A IIKAN8F0RD.
HARDWARE.
1859. FALL IMPORTATI OS. 18S9.
I\ T. ITIOOKE A CO..
M1‘OUTERS ARI> DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC HARDWARE,
2-1 Plant. or 14th Strut, Richnosd, Va.
BY recent arrivals from Kng'and we are In re __^nrwmuw,
ceipt of a large an-! complete assortment of
Birmingham and Sheffield Hardware, ami from the
manufacturersln this country, afulleuppl/of Ame- HBBM
rlcan Hardware.
Our goods have been purchased on the most favorable terms, and
•sleeted particularly for the Virginia, North Carolina and Tennes
see trade. We are prepared to offer alroug Inducements to mer
chants visiting this city, and respectfully Invite them to csamlne our
stock before purchasing elsewhere.
To cans or ruoun customers goods will be c ff«u-»d at a small ad
vance on cost,
t. T. MOORR A 00.
24 Pearl street.
All orders carefully and promptly executed _s--d—d taf
| M> SPRING TRADE. 1IS6«.
UOBIOKT .r. DE'NNY,
lkenlt r In Hur<t\*«r<-, 4’utlt r», Tools, Ac.,
Lnii roc mg evert/ vnrieli/ of articiee adopted for
BUI I. OILS, if A CIIIXISTS, & f/OUti LKKRP ERR,
No. 205. above the Banks.
I HAVE new in store the largest and roost com- ~^smwn
plele stock of Engllih, Gtrrnan and American NiigMaA
Uariluare I have ever had the plesaure to of
fer, and respectfully Invite ad In want to examine HHIHDI
the same before purchasing elsewhere. My goods are fresh, and
having hern purchased exclusively for cash, I am prepared to of
fer them upon the lowest terms.
In Fnriiiint' Implements I enumerate Hoes. Har.J-Ptow*,
Shovels, epadei, Fork c*, Rak/, scvtlies. Hnaths, Axes and Chains.
Together with GARDENING TOOLS of all kinds.
In Iloum—Furniwliln^ Ilotxlw my stock la also very
complete—vit: line Tea Trays and Walter*, single andlnsetts;
Janan'd Tollett Sets: Tln-Warr: Hauce-I’ans; Tea and Preserving
Kettle*; tutb-ry ; lnne Ivory Handle Knives; (Indor *ud m sets,)
Double Plated forks and Spoons; Bru*h<»; liair and Heather Dust
ers; Tub*; Buckets; Mats; Brooms; Cooking Utensils, Ac., Ac.
And in Hullit 111" 71 atrrlit 1st, particularly, I am constantly
prepared with a large and compute slock—via: lan k* of every de
scription; Bolts; lllnges:Screw*, Iron and Brass RalhShevves.Screw,
Hide and Axle Pulley t.Hiuh Cord; Screw-Wrenches, Cut anil Wrought
Nalls and Hplkes, and ail other articles for building purposes; to
gether witn Tools of all kinds.
I have ti e Agency here for the Halil more 11**11 and
llrnwH Work*, and am prepared to furnish Ht-im, Wales and
(las Cocks; Steam Whistles and Brass work generally at short no
tice.
«r Orders carefully and promptly attended to.
ROBERT J. DENNY,
mh#9 #05 Main street, above the Banks.
18««. HARDWARE, COACH MATERIALS) fcb 1800.
WILLI AMS aSc ELLIOTT,
(17 7fain Street* Hit Innoiid, Vo.
IMPOblfcKn, M HOLES «I.K « KETAfL DEALERS IN
Hardware, glns, machinists, goods and
COACH MATERIALS,
of every description
\LW \YH on hand at manufacturers trices, a large stock of
hU.-BER and I.BATHER MAClIT.vE BELTING, Cum and
Yarn Pat king, lace Leather, C rcolar Haws, Dole’s Haw (Inmm-rs,
Steam Whitt..-*, Steam and Has Cocks,Oil Cocks,rfi, Cups, Ac., Ac ,
and Machinists goods generally, of superior ouallty. Hole Agent*
f «r the BALTIMORE f.hl.L and BRASS WORKS, and for Crockett'*
celebrated COACH VAKNIHH R L. WILLIAMS,
ia9—ly W. A. ELLIOTT
1C. II. B08IIJBK.
COACH AND HARNESS MANUFACTURER.
No. ##3,Corner of 71 .< I it n it <l Dili Stri-t 1*.
Hah on hand a large and general a**ortm< nt of Carriages snd
tiartie**, of his own manufacture, whl< h he can confidently
rtc uimrnd Pi lliose In want of a good, substantial and fashionable
vehicle.
Me will make to order any article In the carriage line, and will
use every effort to please those who may favor him with their pa
tronage.
Repairs eaocutod with neat mm and despatch. fc3—ly
CARRIAGES! CABBIAGMSI (’ARRIAGA K! 1
HITCHCOCK & OSBOKN,
RICHMOND CARRIAGE WAR EHDIME,
No. 313 »ud 315 Tlalu .Street,
Hare constantly on hand poa cj
Tile Lurv. *1 A: brat i snorted Moelt(V^'4W
OV CARRIAGES IN
THE STATE, W—.ft' ■
Consisting, In part, of the following
STYIuBS
Oaloehes, Phaetons,
Coaches, Chaises,
Brett Phaeton, Barouches,
Blx-fea! Rockways, Buggies,
Five Seat do Top liuggleu.
Four Seat do do Wsgona,
Two Beat do, Ooceord Wagons,
Road Salkeys, TrotUngBulkeys,
Slide 8eat Buggies, do. Wagons,
Harness and Whips.
It la confidently believed that no stock of Carriages In this or any
other market Is more worthy of public attention, embracing nearly
all the latest style* and Improvements that are desirable, and will
be sold at the lowest possible prices, and warranted the usual
length of time. We present our sincere thanks to our palrone for
tbelrliberal patronage, and hope to merit a continuance of their
favors.
All kinds of Carriage repairing done promptly, mL9
KING* LAMBETH.
CARRIERS! CARRIAGES !! CARRIAGES!!!
RICHMOND COACH MANUFACTORY,
Franklin Street,
One Nqn’trc below Exchange Hotel.
We Invite nil j*er»onE In want of
HOME MADE CARRIAGES,
r.w To call and examine our stock, as we pro- If.
e«y^?*** pose to sell abetter article lor leu money
linen CaKiiIaOE8 of the same quality can be bought I',r l the
Northern 'itiea. We have been engaged In building Caaauok*
more than 45 year* In thi» city. Our work has proved satisfactory
to all who have bought of ns. We are more largely engaged In
marufacturng Carriage# than any other Houle In the Wale, em
ploying over 50 hand*.
tv* have on hand a large assortment of Fashionable CARRIAGES,
of superior quality.
Clinches, Two Beat Rock sways,
Coaches, sll styles, Fhestons.
Charrio'tees, Top Boggles,
Barouche*. Buggies without Tops,
Four Seat Rockawayt, Sulkies.
Slide Seat Top Buggies.
Alio a large stock of Coach, Buggy and Bulky Harness of our own
mike, of beat materiel and workmanship'
Cosch and Buggy Whips, all qualities
Carriages of all styles made to order.
All kinds of Coach Repairing executed la the best manner and
with promptness. ALERTtl KING,
f«U__THO. M. LAMBETH.
NOTICE.
'Ill) the F.limKKS OF VIRGINIA AND
A NORTH CAROLINA.—We would call attention of the Fanner*
of Virginia ami North Carolina to the fact, that we arc now manu
facturing the Justly celebrated “Gelser Thresher, Clearer and Dag
ger," for grain, and would advise these In want of a superior ma
chine, to send forward their orders.
First premiums » ere awarded this Thresher, at the "Central Ag
ricultural Fair," held here October last, also at the “ State Fair,"
held In Petersburg, its advantages over all rther Threshers yet
Invented, consist* in It* being portable, threshing much cleaner,
and superceding the necessity ol run-lug through the Fan Mid —
One half the force usually employed on all other machines, will be
found sullicfent to prepare. In a given time, an equal quantity of
grain for market
We take pleasure In referring fo a few r.1 the tartest wheat grow
ers, who are usiug these c-achlne* for their superior merits, vis:—
Messrs. Robert U. bluia of Turkey Island; Wm. 11 Harrison, Up
per Brandon; Hll'laui Gee Prince George; ft Walker Ita-all,
Henrico; J*e M. Tiylnr, Richmond; Win Mallard Preston, Mont
gomery ; Adolph Dill, Henrico; Thoa. J. Green, Warrentnn, N. C ;
Tboj. B. Carter, o Henrico; together w.th many others of the
largeat and test farmer* in Virginia.
No pair,* or erpense will he r pared In the selection of materials,
or In the workma: ship, to produce such uaclur.es aj will he une’
quailed by any now In use.
fJ*__JOHN W. CARDWELL A CO.
KL.TIOV A L.—IVe beg leave to Inform our Mend* ar.d tbe
public generally that wc have ■moved to our new Iron-front
store, on Governor street, between Main and Franklin, where wc
have largely Increased facilities tor manufacturing all articles In
our Hoe, and will be able to show the la-gest nnu most complete
assortment of STOVES, RANGES. FURNACES, HRITTANSIA
PLATED, JAPANNLD and plain TINW Alt!, to he fi-uinl lu anv
house, either North or South. We have also a magnificent assort
meat uf GAS FIXTURES, of all Units, and shall continue to carry
on the PLUMBING, OAS and STEAM FITTING, TIN and PATENT
HOOFING branches of our business, with largi !y Increased force
and faciUtie*, assuring nur customer* that we have so rysf-mired
our buslncs* that we stall attend to all orders with promptness —
Thank fed for the very liberal patronage bestowed on u* f*r many
years past, we hope to receive a continuance of the same In our
new house.
PORTA 11LK GAS-WORKS put up In town end country
Je4 _ _CHARI.FR D VAI.E A 00
/KIUKUUATED WROUGHT IRON AND
\J WIRE RAILIN'i.—(Secured by Letter* Pater.t.)-Admlrably
adapted for enclosing Public Grounds, Cemeteries, Balcony*, Cot
tai.es. Ac Sheep and Ox Hurdle, Patent Wire, Suckling Bead
steads, with every variety of Folding Iron Bead*tcads anti Iron
Furniture. Patent Wire Coal Screens, Ore, Sand and Gravel
Screen*, Wire Netting for Mosqujto, bhrep. Poultry, and other
purpose*. Wire Summer Houses, Fancy Wire Work In great va
riety, for Gardens, Ac.
M. WALKER A SONS, Manufacturers,
No 685 Market, N. E. corner Sixth itreet, Philadelphia.
oc8—dly
F.OWS! FLOWS’! FLOWN !*!—NO EXCUSE FOR
GOING NORTH TO BUV PLOWS -The subscriber makes ev
ery variety of Plows known among Southern farmere and planters,
amt recommend# especially his ti>uUi*rn Plow, which uses three
tiles and shapes of inolcboardt on each Plow, thus adapting It to
every variety of toll p, H STARKE,
-*'HS_Three Hoots shove St Charles Hi.M. Richmond. Va.
BRAID CUTTING.
TITHE undersigned having removed hts shop under the TOBAC
I CO EXCHANGE, corner loth anil Cary St* , begs leave to In
form hi* customers, and the Public generally, that he I* now situ
ated so a* to execute all work (which he may be favored w th) In
the best workmanlike manner,ami at the^horWt po* Iblenotice. If
you want a Brand lor Tobacco,Flour,Grain hags.Machinery,or any
other article* yon may manufacture, tend In your orders, and we
wtU accommodate you on the most reaaonable terms, and’ guaran
tee to give you entire satisfaction.
Alio, a Bne lot of Branding Brushes, Rev Cheeks, Brasa Lett era,
Ac. A L. GRAHAM, Brand Cutter,
Uniter Tobacco Exchange,
Cor. 18th A Cary «t., Richmond, Va.
SHIP BKOKeIiacieT
THE undersigned have this day formed a co-partnership under
the style of ■ II.I.HPAUf.lt A READ, for the purpose of con
ducting the bHIP BROKERAGE bueluese, and respectfully soUdt
the patronage of their friend* and the public.
A. MILL8PAC0H,
n * JAMB G. RAAD,
Cary and 18th streets, near th* Dock
Richmond January lit, 1880.
RUBBER BOOTS.—The beat boots that can bo worn for
-llrhlng, wearing much longer than Leather, and being per
fectly dry, *1 tott wW. WAMii
SHOCK OR IOVNPRI *
OOHjriS Of CART AND ArTT
Rto««o»o, Ya.
miLBOTT* BROTHER Proprietor, ,, '
X «r* do* butldln* PORTA MU «TT A V wfc,,**"»«
promt eor.itrurlion, of all ,l,„ from " **01*11* „ **l
.oltable for Circular Ha. MMU.’Tt.re.l.to,Hon,? 5
puruoaea, which they (Sailer lheult,|tM * “*fM»«a, aV
oerlor to any Kimlnre bollt her* or elaewl... r
They *111 alao furnlah STATIONARY hthw ***
ten Horae to any required pawer “All Utoi»—
CIRCULAR HAW MILLS, of the naaL __ ' S
and of varloui alaea. * »lPr»ted .
PUMPB and WHEEL* fnt WATER won*. ^^a,
MILLS, and IRONS fo. MILLS of all kind, 1
RALLKOAIi WORK Of erery deacrlnu^ **&»
TOBACCO PRESSES, HLATTENINd M|.
In manufacturing Tobacco, io*rther with »B a«,u.
ISON CABTiNOS and WROUGHT IRON Wou*4,f
fm PHILIP rah« ^'
fcAULE MACHINE WoHKk *
Owy, bdftreen MM und ^ * 51
RICHMOND, Va
BIAlVrFAC’TUKKR or
Portable And Stationery STEAM ENOLNLs »! .
with either UeomoUea, Flue or CyliJ’7 a?*'* H*.
SUGAR MILLS, CIRCI LUt SAW MILLS Ik t ?"*; ' ,*
TICAL DAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS, DILAtt,^*1 *>1 U,
Huauua, latum and n.aia„u ' N*N * •‘AC.fnn,*'
TOBAtlO FAC TORV Flft,
OF EVERY DWCRrmoq * ri **R|
»nd all kin da of •
CASTINGS I.\ /g(ifl attd ,
The aubacrlber saa award.d by th. r » ,
held In Rich mood, Va. October, ISEi the k^rlfult*r»l Im
■*«*•« - “• * tts&at
eSOT&KtX tSS?fz>l r,
a a a i A .\ w a r, r
COM VISION MEKeuivf^
Hithmond, Pa. ’
SEUS ToWca, Wheat, Corn. Tour ia 1 r,a
dure. He haa on hand a larce number, / . reentry a.
obtained hy tho.e who employ him. on the
road Com|>an!eA. r,a* ^*41^ ^ •*
He la aacUled hy Mr. Jn,*y* 0. Rajiwnon u **’ '
known In (he mrrouniiloK countlee, u a ami/1 ^farteaia
ty and e.uer/y of character. ^ TOu* of p<u JrJ [
rr* 0111. e on Cary itreet, two doora be( * r
July If, I t&j—ju 19 n c*>«*Maa
w '■*'*•* ’I *V 111.I U >>i I
AUCT I ON E y lT’c,
CNDKR ODD HLU)*1‘ Hall'
ERANKI.IN MTRK , w,
o- ’*■
-H2-J
n. aatDor.atj. a. ns.tr. rata .. ^
K5t I!M.rouD A («■“ ■“"‘in
GENERAL COMMISSION AND KOKVt ALM
mkhciiaxts
.. ON THE DOCK ’
** 18_Bll KTH.ND, i’A.
E. II. M4INHI.K AVTi —■» I
GROCERS AND COMMISSION 'ILIOHnu
yOUUIT comlynmcnta af WHEAT, ELOUr r.n«v •
Band,.-.her country Produca Adrance.
- -- - - dp I
B. B. OICBlBMOtf. p p
ihuunson, mix .% co
AUCTIONEEK8 *’
A cor.-l:o • .‘.dr.V I
market1 prire'for tSem* “* “*» *“^,1, ^
Ill*'TOK DAVIS, a.., "
ERAXKI.IN STREET, IlKli "A , ?, '''’'
OFLLS hi At M, both publicly * ,,! r r '
2*5553?10 h1”’ m"r rrtt “*ur’ ! '35
-- w
AKi:ii ci ry
SEWING
AT I’KAl T\S 0U> GALLERY, 145 Main St„ Rieka,,"».
THIS truly popular Sewing Maeh!n,|, . ■> T*
ofRihmoud at the following unbraced. l » " rtu'a
*>30, » IO,«nd ?SO. »>'Bt«j|owpPew,u
Thu I. on humbug affair, tot , flrn rtle pri(U ,
do any kind of work, coarse or fine T! . n-,, • i A . ‘" •'*
aluiide In their contraction that an ordinary
ly learn t< uee one. ‘ W4ro*-'f,» <aarn4
They aee Irom two r rdlnarv rpooli without ,
atrnng and elastic aeao that will not rlr, ah‘
fifth illtcF. he cut. P' Mt,.v foarttw
A great deal might be .aid In the usual way ,f .
ng Machine, hut we prefer that the j.r.bli. All «r ‘
Uieaieelrtj We are ready at all time, t -how tl“L-i !/
The Ittrfilion of CoUDtrv WTrl irfi *mi tr. .
rlted to t! eae machine a. a mean,of Investment iT/aU"^
SUtA. ' °' ‘r“1 C°UMjr R1*h“ ^ougbout tiffiS
The low price at wldch there machines are told will ret«eo»
mand Urge.ale. and the literal discount allowed to M J
It bo h a lucrative a. wall a. a ,bu4ir„u KATAnt
find th,. quite a valuable addition lo the r n .k *‘gn’
ans«--r'tf__ w. B ryn. Ifni
iltIBIOiV AM) FOREIGN
STEREOSCOPIC EMI'OIIIl'M,
E. ANTHONY,
308 If road a* n y, Krtt Vork,
Aftpr May l»t, 1SC0, al 601 BKOADU AV, Two <!„*
_ Dom SI. .\i. Mas Hold.
rilHh S JTRFOsCOFk la the moat it.-tru
■R ‘•■‘tl *4 f«r j of m -t, toy, ■ .
'
unteliictiM. to acknowledge lie worth eud beauty
ererwAnV* COn,,,Ut* wllhoct “> »od >t t> a»t and will/v*,'
u ll yrr0*4 10 Jour v)fm «»cry p»rt of the world, In a* the >
on the n ob*' i*r"P* “d tk‘lr‘n,M </ dtLul. «> T '-t
I'kotoitraj,hera are everywhere exploring Europe, Ada, »«■»,
riwl. IhMH °,*y h °fUi* FT4"’1 *'•'! 'he be.lftla', aadfe
W I /M —n'‘« rontt.int’y tnrU king our )•
»e have an immense variety of viewa of He-a.., Id Hark. U
don, England, Scotland, Ireland, Walea, Franc , llelclutc. lid .4,
ewllaerland, Spain, The Rhine, Vermilea. ft. Cl c 1. fortalret. sa.
Mjs 1 urtcc. AU.ena, the Holy Land,' bias. la
** 'fy*1*' P*l»cc—aito, (fruupa HiitorkAl, arjutni
acenea, breakfaat acenea, pic nlct italoary, *c , Ac. a v;.e£
rUitmin.iUd luUrU.it of PsHcit, C crrb.tui«U
thedrab of France, July, Ac , Ac. The effert of Uie»e I' ackatri
View. |. moel rtv.orkullr.
Every recileman of wealth and reflnrd ta<te.hou!t hava'aH
drawn r room aome of our rs./vint, r/eie* ,.s o/.i s.wWh t r»*-',
log atereoaope, .bowing •*, ih, ,-u (riis> scenes. Xoiblr.g ■ at t»
more fascinating, and one c*n offer no greater t;e.t te.tt id
fond of the picturesque and the beautiful.
ArM.ny'. .ne/an/„ne...,. hiereo.ojplc tl.w. are the l.'.rtPV
tograpMc wonder. Ihey aie taken In the/» fieri poof H\t-< -1,
and everythin; no tnatttr Aoic rnpUilu U tuut it m,•>,«.«, bf*
v.!f'A,M *hMr!Jr 4',i ol*llnctly aa If It had been pertefj, airwt.
A'ldltJocal va.ue, for to the beautle. of in.' leal, natan
*1 deleft fit cA/irrn erf lift and motion. The proem, i. . dkm'ty
ol our i wn. and being unit note n in Europe, w« receive Iroat Los
dunac carl, large order, for Anthony’. Initantaneoe. TI-wt if
A ciffCAD life uni Meniry
Amui g otiier thing, we hare (ujt published Stcreoaceplr Illtdi
Uon« of the *cene of ihe Fcltoji ^TkkRT Faiyrh Miytisvsp. la vtd
many h«aru an Intoroai. Tke parUcoUra of thli ri'J t» foc»4
In our t %talof^ie.
Our Catalogue of .uhjecta and price, will be forwarded u at;
addres. on receipt of .stamp
Partita at a distance lending u. $J», |ff. fio. |ig, nr fit. n
* ^2®^ lnatrumaoi and such picture* aa they may fGqt»*.
lent by Brpr**». *
Viewa alone, without Inatrument ran be cent by nwr<d’.
♦v vf*wljh 10 b€ nd^lard of anythin; rea/.'y raJoaWilt
tne Ilnr that comee out, may tend ua their natne* place oo rte$ti
and wr win keep them potted at our own rrper.f#
will find Photography amoit faiclnitlnf »o^ 4e
llfhtfu’ am3i«ment. We are prepa.*^ to dt out amnUnr*w\'
UW|PUS| neceatary for their success, together with lastru-/!o®i
How to take dterrotcoptc Plcturni "
E. -A.3STTHO^r',r.
Importer and Manufacturer of Ph,'torr»p!dc Matenais, »««*■
oopea and Stereoacplc Vl«w«.
kAP Merchanta from every aectlon of the country are rrvpec
lultv Invited to make an examination of our .bock, u our dlstual
t« the trade will he liberal.
To PflOTOGKAPHKitS.—Flrat da« Stereoscopic NegatirU
wauUL
Pen-! by mall a print unmounted, with price of Nej.llee.
fCuf this out for future reference] fell—dtu^
, T ARRANT’S
EFFEilVESCEXT
i SELTZER APERIENT.
Till, valuable and popular Medicine, prepared la coal- ■T
the analysis of the waters of the celebrated SeiG.r Rj-G >• 1
Germany, In a most convenient and portable form, hi*
universally received the m< «t Favorable recotattetda
lions of Uie Medical profession and a I nicer.1:4
Public, aa the
MOST EFFICIENT AND AGREEABLE
Raline Aperient
lo Of*, and ft belli* «*otitled to *peci»I preferer.ee over *®sr**f
Hprii g water*, Eeidlits Puwtlera, and nhrr *lc*ll*r irtldr*. l
from It* compactor** and greater efficacy. It n.*j fc< i**4
the belt effect lu ail
BlLlIuUS AND EEBRII.E DISEASES, RICK HEADACHE. l°®
OF APPETITE, IN1IIGERTI0N, AND ALL SIMILAR COB
PLAINTS. PECUUAKLT INCIDENT To THE
S Pit 1*0 and soni:k
It Is particularly adapted to the wants of Travellers by f«* “
Land, R.*ei JenUin Hot Climate-*, PersonsolSedentary HtWa
Invalids and Convalescents; Captains of Volets
Planters will find It 11 valuable addition to U-elf
Medicine Chests. ....
With those who have used It, it has high favor and 1* dseosc-"
pen- able. -
IN A TORPID STATE! OF THE LIVER-It render, ptO *
In r-storing healthy action.
IN GOUT AND RHEUMATISM—It give* the best
allaying all Inflammatory symptoms,and In many e*«» “ '
caring those afflicted. h,.*t
IIS SUCCESS IN CARES OF GRAVEL, INDIOETIOH, HU*
BURN AND COSTIVENESA— Prove* It to be a MedkOx"
greatest utility. ... n(-c
At’IDIIV OF THE STOMACH, AND THh DISTRESS
NES3 80 USUAL DURING PREGNANCY—YkUsspeeddy,*-1
marked nieces* under Its h-althft’.l Influence. If.rS
IT AFFORDS THE GREATEST RELIEF TO THOSE Am .1 t
WII If OR SUBJECT TOTIIK PILES—ACTING ger.'ly «
ela, neutralising ail irritating secretions, and ti.sreby ti*« *
Inflammatory tendencies
IN FACT IT IS INVALUABLE IN ALL CARES WHERE* °
TI.E APERIENT OK PURGATIVE IS BE*,1 IKlf
It la In the form of a Powder, carefully put up In •mttl't, k *
In any climate, and merely requires water poured upon n
due a delightful effervescent beverage. .i^.rttM
Taken In the morrdng.it never Inteft-re* with the avncj ^
day. acting gently on the system, restoring the digest' c ;,j
exciting a healthy and vigorous tone of the strove!), *u ‘ ^j
an elasticity of mind and flow of spirits which give ,rt ,tIt .0
enjoyment. It also enable* the Invalid to eru"T ®fDS^ i
with Impnnlty. from which he must otherwise be drbarr
wltnout which life Is irksome and dtotrewing .Btle***d
Numerous testimonial! from professional and other g'' f ,r
the lugheat staading throughout the country, *nd 1 * M •
creasing popularity for a aerie, of years, strongly r* r,Itrs-'1
efficacy and valuable character, and commend It t« m
notice of an intelligent public.
Prepared and Sold, Wholesale and Retail, by uu.
JOHN A. TARRANT A CO VreTT^^
J4U—ly_No. *TS Greenwich aor. tH
SINDBIE8.
kS tlereea prime Rice
800 bbla. prime New Orleans MoUase#
60 bbla. “New York" flyrnp
ljOQO fide* Sole Leather ,_n
»0 nkga. Green and Black Teaa.(m>m‘ Pn“"
WO bags Ginger, Pepper and Epic
W bale* Cloves and Clnnatnen
600 baa. Glass; 60 bbla. Tanner* OB
WO baa. “Hull’a FUtra" and Roaln
BOO doa. Brooms; 300 do. BecariJ
8,000 reams Letter Cap and W rapping Jr ,y g*D
800 bales Candlewiek and Twine, for **•'., uj»A
low ffcW-tf] TINgUtT.TARMAW ^
LO \VN.— Livinpton Flow*, No*. 1, S, iH*1 tftJ
UvtnditWa Plows, Noa. 4. 8 and 6 left J*"d***
Livingston's Improves! Flow*, No*. * */•» -
wrought Point* liW •« wt •• •••
Moor A Horton’* Flows, No*. 18, 18Jf,
Wiley Vcoockno** Flow*. No*. I, 4, W, l1, W
Mutt
BUlalda and Subsoil Plow.
ciu£*fe?l£‘w»™ Pto»7*lw*^ *• (Oil* 1

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