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,.MK RICHMOND, SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, I860._NPMHKU s4.~"
UCHMOND DAILY WHIG.
TKBM9: _ .
. - id per annum. Semi Weekly.*5; Weekly. *3: *1
Jal'.t F»P". Remittance# may be made at the rt*k uf tl •
y,*t "t |JV cam* •beret>'.dence I* taken on the deposit of a
p it tf«c* cunUinm* money.
- a.-s: 1 * llrr*>« le»....,rtt>*. I t . ™
juMbM sJ.btional Insertion . ™
«sr nth without alteration.f* •»
Three do do .
r, do do . *• «*
ft— * - .ss
** 3 ss
tvtltc to. ntha.
1_v t heeooaldeied b* the month or year
fW * iS , ,n Ul,. Manuaertpt, or previously syired upon be
** ‘‘i'ell'o’jl not marked on the cope frr n apeeMe l num
e , a it:rued uri’.M i .d. r ed out, and payment
it- 1 ' ’ " nr >ai»rt. To avoid ane mtsun.lentandlng
fv **" , tj, . .„ua. \ 1*. rttaers, It la proper to»late fi-sltn, f’p,
... rhetr twi Male buetneea leal
*** !? -1. and ol dhev Advert iofeata arul by them to be au
*>'■ tlir..e aa l n« variation.
a . . t„d General Agents’ A ire •i.eementa not to be
|F , v.-sr. h ji to he charyed at the uaual rale*. *ub|-ct
*** fc.-o.mt* aoaliall be agreed upon.
. . , - ■ illy, N|W ' •• ne
• * , of change, all ill not, "n th.-tr
In .,ni ne week. Insert no.re than the amount
? >f * * o tl. atsn.tin* rule under the contract, and aU eacee
** unt to be - harmed at the usual rate*.
.»• eklv Whly at 75 MI '«
ID , ,.r le». for the Irst Insertion, and 50 cent*
ft- <■ " - 7 '• ' :*
?■' *,‘t ’
1,00. Si’ll!Ml TliADK. ISOO.
anKia: starkktt,
(G- vakvi* »:autT, Ko.itwukh V* )
• »' ^
r*«»'v.<' >■ * "•**. 49®
phee* Ir n an I Oopper Wa-e.
au 1 ' « lr » dtov.s for troo«l. 1U ear . tie*,
*»eet I ' * for “ "*, ‘J
fot ii! Sheet Jr->n Stove* for Coat, 1"
T ie hr eli t Oa» Burner, B si*-*,
P-.AAt.i- llua!-r», * “
Forts*lc Grate. * „
1» vtior t R \ '. Vtv>f,
f^tory * •
k!.-hmond Portable ru-nace,
L irtre Bo ier* ifur wood and coal,) 9
* “
rtytito. c rranllv for ante, lh« moat popular !>TO\ kb, RAN
I li> \THCJ u «r made, aud repairing piece* fertile »ame,
fel9-d*.d»
fittll ► » l« Tl Kit'*’ HOOT.—’ have made Ho ih,«* e»
I , own wear. The are Don) 1, 9 'lev, sew
, I - 1 espaally adapted for Huntsmen,
3 e-t sul Tec .’er*. Al*.', a fceUcral assortment of every
«M BUM
VM B. m ' 1 MR SAMI'r L t. hr ID
W III.lt ’lh tlr ki;id,
IM{( )Dl'CK
Commission Mi'ivhants,
g g ivKStS d i' '. AMP SKO/MD AJMStT,
4'in<riuuivti« Ohio.
\\ . ateru 9*roilure,and make
J. . taut, liliamet n tuutiltlimrul* for sale, or
t* r. h.indi, . b .t and Stored on account of pureli.tsera.
idMd __
• i'llK NfcAV AM* POIM LAM H«N*KN,
A (NOT FOE THE OAT ONLY.)
<irR«hAn*aUlin«l. Pv a C- n’rlhulor to “The Atlantic ”
T . .
A ’ ,n k, h»M'*».c.ltn«lieTh r.l E.l.ll'.ti fl.l*'.
Gertutlue. I.. k>ei M» Aa . Tt. i* author rank* *r*t In
»t1, , . , ka are rea l n. .re than auv other author a. mku
: ,.l k. by l»r hi, heat book.” ♦!.•’*
K lor) »l ’I<*r. Inn I. h 'th I ill n of thl* elreant
, % , . y s .• onh i ; . •** nt»-i . d atonr but t # N»n
; r-r.f . r ulhpr* Inh. -E t> ..f b t» tltur. fl.tkl
i Kona hi iim ailan. » ' n * '
i;. .INK', a.ol l»
»-■ :n every particular’ A‘c
Iri KOI . .., rlrliv illuMiaf. I, . ontaMnf loatrt.r
, 4., |*4ln \is?i • .la* , W*\» rli, Hlir
; au :. i f*rt t.k ill of th* rK' v*t *»*• a»pli»ho*« *ib» of th* J%y.—
y . % 4 . If... • !..* if b. h
tr- Ti’ ■ kl*it' 'S I'M'*' «'M* fI*#1.
■lacrnyh) ol s Ii-Taujhl-Hrn«*i''"t*11' »•’
ka aie i/e ! aa one ..I the beat books for youth ever published. Swe.
kbcve for sale by alt Boohavllem, and vent *>v mall by the Pub
) K TILT'IN A COMPANY, Itoeton
Kll'IOVlD.
(V k A BARGAMIN.JK. 'ever- v. I »•■ th New Pt< re,
f •, ; v -■
a . »l! k I t- '
* , *
, i . • 1. . ha, l- . i . K
■ . i,>, Works,
te'n/Up baiu.aaa wt'h r »« pH>e« »“J *A1uira.
iasortatif tin w rk. K ’ .*.4 , health* 'ulldlfirt with hot
a: water or «■ .ra Tner tak- th’< occasion to st ele that tf.ey
bare the boi H>4 Air > arrive In this or any other country, which
pay will put up a*vl wrerraDt to yivc aatiafarilan.
, . . . ' . Hr. ware, and Grates anJ
i , aull tf
4 HTIKKI »l TEETH.
A ".'A I nr'. .rN\ Rhwggn^
W J.iNVc, “M ■ «»' - ■ v
f..r the ah'veni. de of luak of T. eth. and h.
. ... .• . te '• nhe Id. ,liver
«r alaitna ui>'tl. . I, he- ran w‘,h onfi leuc* comme nd it !>■ all who
aiydcatre full or pirn .1 e. ta of Teeth -and eapr.Utly to MCh aa
3tt be tissabetir I <rt- th. ertl.rj are n..w uslrut In Ihie process,
taa of ihr rtbjr lions l<* tN# foM pi *r* WHOfcd Uie
hutper'. ■ ...... o and- ,I..U> t . li e ill —af'd Uo ’■ rll
b*;./ embedded tu Uie metal, lue food is eariU'led from under o
. . . ” -r
and m every respect better.
In cotiae«,ueii. e f the |.. rfert adapted n of the plate loth*
n' ilk and the so. tlon thereby secured, he ■ an Insert on. or more
'•« i u'.abu.r clarpw—and In all ra.es ymaranlee a perfect and aat
Uf. tory fit, or . char ■•.
• • ,\ .1/ b-rn ».l. ,c»d anJ. on.mended by those aland
Pj..... * fry tb • ' . . \ i and South, testimonials will be
1',. , v «t tat i ore to are them.
T rw - . cH. dldawtk t for the new, U.elr md
p.kte W‘ f tVun. Ill pa.t .* . .'b i.[u»ite tb.rlnlhlan HalL
Clteu Ken tr * ' I ' )A I. .we a la • *_'*eT 'e
ItlPAHl aMIMIlP M»IH k..
IRAYI'.h • day a- i u in me. In Hie C. miutaaion, Grocyry
. MlLcuor bUfi .v*. IV I Maler 1 lie buoneaa will be Co«
f. M.ou.< uauu fJ Vf Mi l 1 I t). i w MPK,
No. JO, Main rtieet.
P *- I take thla c .itunity t» r turn my ain.'ere thank, t.. iny
frtrt-J,. f r f iriib e,. If , f J. ,rr r e durine the la»« hi*
jaan, aadar.I: « ((*J s(pt
J A VIIl t S A • <».
Ik HOI KS A I P VM* K V I A IL OKI liliINTN,
t . . S-- •! ' ‘
1 \ . P
If
4 .1 up. r:. I Perform ry and ail a.vlcfea In ihtdr tin • ofbtui
leas.
4 -if.r. * f .Uth** w.* open *ar Bf* Hor# on MoaJijr
MO. u.r i4ah lr.*t , -XU I srill b* pi* mm-<I t-k th*»n
LI« «>K K I**, P » ' si », anal uf approveti br*n*ia
Oum Arsbit «Oki OH v* Oil
T *rv,u 4 be tu* eV4i,- lur Anjr .Hlura _
J-ifK f#e- i»«aJ *r. i fur »%.a K • bj J flTFlILDOIOtrilt,
In M Birr t C •.** bull llrijf.
\IK(.IM\ sl'ii K Us AM* FKUOIIV-*' ««k
* Hnuri l.i affnoaa n.• lit our Moods and the public that we
Aar. on hsnl »c • aro ores antlv ramying buggy, sinker and n
pa Mpoaos. h»r aeon i) :i. of the hast aowuta n hickory.—
Aao, aaa Esiiocs 11 1 article ad of I ■ tr. nls minalioiurr.
\ aN-LKW, IAYLOR A CO.,
t«r Mi, 14 Main «r«t.
■Jl 1 H ILK HKLN. M)l( I’ll « l UOl.l N \ M*. 1
•>'* r.trtlLY huh IlhitKlNAr'. I-' M'ls. N. C r.ro*. Herring'.
'.-HI >'*-?. 1 ho A.o, keeps Uinatan'lr on hand baled
nar. lacl oats, baled e i. kj. Bran. Brownrlaff. »|nluf, Clearr
Hals, fora, an 1 a general a,, rlmer.t af the bat select f rails
Afr cries. Also. the tnaal choice to-.nee Hrandtee, t'ld Whiskeys,
*0 For sale either wholesale or roird SO the nost reaaoaahle
terns, oy KIHlhKT A K. DABNEY,
fri Oroeer, wholesale and retail, mr. Broad and 7th St,
i '1»D KISII. •• i -4 - w re > g f - sad- by
N WM W\t LAI | SUN,
I INI Mil R.l VKD 4 tr, a* ,upplv of t r>' ting and Eleeur
'n* * U also, different kinda >1 •».!. ra. around and wn
E "i 1 ehi r. s, a nrrntit strong and gennlne.
\» L to AK1NO. Broad St, aborr lth._
I %HD. rd,Iff 'i y o'r,
■ i lo |,(,lt « - •* “
tor sale by _
K. It SKINKERACO
W t »»tt.s Kit. t Ml I. till ttKt IOEEKE.
11 oV Ok' >,\a C and Haue C loffee Sugars
*' »• led Lnal sugar
■* h It N O Su.-ar
AiUffiiiiliiiCl
15 Mi ul Hue mi oMcr* in-! J
I , __
la JiiHISIM. TKl’EHEtRT* lAl’flHtlf.
hk°'l' u.a tea be*'. No. I Biuwu P- ip, tor sale by
O ra.il 1 * t. H DAV *.NP«RT.
/’•■V j as ashe.prn. While Cord, aboard ,i hr. lode
VJ tt >naas, lor sat, by
«M: E SWIM WuRTH AM A CO
I At pun rn pit \% ukM
»■-*• erg. Wasting, afloat a
! .»•> * hlastlffg. and
l.'kki “ pportiug, la mngs' nr for sale by
II.AH WoITlUV A lU
*<*PV Rft KKMIIP NffTItK.
A»I\ . . 1 to, J »,► ril \ \ at ,.H tN, i f Nottoway
' . a. . ; ,r»:..r « -r'«. “••“SSHSU
*’ 1 u tire :.40i* iD 1 4' a ir ol TKl M1HKT
* 1
_ T'.aathu tor the liberal patronage retended to us Dorn onr
' 11 “d the paarte genera'l|, wr beg leaee b' ask a loo'lhuabcw
" bar, with the new bowse. M
JOHNSON A TRCEHEART.
**" *- H-Uer • u no ’. ngrr any lot.-reet la our bwa n*d»
JOHNSON A TKl 111 KART.
r»o r*"::r‘* froa the concern of Johnaoti A Tru> heart, l beg leaee
. si?* bj friends fbr Ur liberal patronage eateaded to us, and
! u... wdlllaerally patronise the new house
ahtolSTb AD Mil LbR. _
1>H|S||-: U:H n r HIRKIMIA, carguschr Susan
laad;:.* ,,1 di,c», tor sate ty
_RACON A IIASKRRVU-L
V t LBINt.-w LI til ID tiLI K, and Indeltblslok
‘ *V'lto <. , a, M DOVE A CO
j{4' £ leius nhass -pertor swgpoured
•bto .. lg,«.«U»CO
»A< HINKOII.. -»e hay )usA rewe*r^la
•» ^..p~.d .**tif -jyjsjr*
•*« Broad Street, ahofr »th
C LOTH IX; AT \% HOLE* tLE.
WK »rc n.»w prepared t« show country Merchants a mich
larger, more amac'ive and cheaper stock of
sPKINii CLOTHING
than heretofore Having important advantage* In the pur
chase of our woods, most txtens've preparations and an «»pe
rience of more than twenty y. ars In the manufacture ind
sale of Clothing, we t>r!|eve wo offer more desirable HyltS, and bet
ter workmanship for the same, or lower price* than any other
house iti the trade, ltevotlr g the whole of our attention to ‘.hi*
braio-h of business alone, and determined to build up the trade of
our cit). w« offer as great inducement* as those of any house in
any market in this country.
KRFN, BALWIN A W11.I.UMR
RICHMOND MADE CLOTHING,
Increased Far* Hites*.
mill - * r fit ha* been manufacturing Clothing in the
I ty I K i.l over twenty year*, and ho* at thin
IT
111..
bp-r II iving t aken the story over his hlure especially for uiviu
fwa taring purv<WM, be Is determined to make any article In the
. lothing tin. that compare in every respect, with clothing
BLidv in Northern cities, and he .hiks the p*tr >nage of hi* nlu
in ml* 4 r» -1 the nubl- generally, n ri*w of the fact that he Is liv
ing employmeti in our midst to a large number of me hanics and
wt rthv iriiiAirg, who hi ghl otherwise suffer for the necessaries of
life He the i • -t of cutters, and materials nut to be surpass
ui hy anv houir in the country.
Maryland, Virginia, Car din as and Georgia Cassimen-s and
19 M i iH ! *r
ing H" ■•**, a* all whall h< sui>ti.d »,y a personal Inspection of not
what he u*t«n is to do,but wh it he ha* b« en doing for year* past
K II HPKNCK, Clothier and Tailor,
■M i m v . h its It toud, Ta
Hovs’ i ’lothing!
1 ’>. iys* ( M. * thing !!
IU9T opened i large assortment of U Clothing suitable or
tyring and Humme'
boys' b i. k Ch>th Coats
IK* do Caashoere Pants
Fancy do Coats
l»« do do Pants
% IK> do do Jakrti
IK) blue Cloth do
LKi black do via
IK* Olive do do
IK> Ktiirt* and Collar*
lK* Su*pend»r* and Ties
|K» I’laiu aud Faucy Vests
For sale low, by
uarkacott, Harris a co.f
Huccessjrs to .Merchant, WeWger A Co.
N _ NI A Ti St
18SS. FOR
8PKING CLuT-ISG, 81-MMKR CLOTHING
GOOD CLOTHING, CHEAP CL.ITHISG,
VINK CLOTHING, DtTRABL* CLOTHING.
BUTS' CLOTHING, and NY\.RO CLOTHING,
CAM- ST
Simpson «Sc Miller’s.
11!» Mitin Slrei i.
V^or Will tin I Cl -thing, .f Til FIR OWN MANrfACTI'RF, th.t
canon’ be mrpas t l in any market. We will keep constxutlr
n hand -lari e 1 -Sjrii..- an I summer month, a full stick of eve
ry hi _• that is kept in the Clothing line. Our roods have been
ten ut- r V ■ « ti. »pe- ial reference to the retail t-ade. an-l our
motto is Excels san sFIT.8TTLKand WORKMANSHIP.—
. •. nespondii _■ in co'->r, of different piece, aud i|Uai ties, to tit
il! - - - CoaU. Pants, Y'ests or Shirt* made to order at short no
,, lit .- SIMPSON A MILLKB.
Wfl. IK A SMITH’S
Hioullirru Clothing Wauufarlory,
ESTABLISHED IN 1850.
IN RIC RUvUOISTID, VA.
I T IS Y fact not generally known that I established my Clothing
Mar, .it y In this city TEN YK%R3 AGO, aud have con*t*m
!v for that ton**" continued t . ut and make a targe portion or mv
stock in Richmond, a*. huudred* of my customers will testify to;
and ha \ it*, reused my force* from time to time, am now better
prepared to receive order* for work in large or small quantities
that, beret*d>>rt, and will guarantee to furtrsh thria ju*t :v* I w a*
th y t .m k U I of Northern house*, arid equal in style aud ma
teria'.
B. ng a practix-al man at mv Business (not having climbed in at
*he ba* i window over others' »h uld- rs.) I Hatter myself that l can
give as mweh and as good an article for the price as any house
N »rth or South
I., t \ • *'wish t*. build up rrsKLT Southern Manufactories,
pat run i e the old established hou* s first, and let thk* reap the
r.-w urd ihcjr so justly merit for past, pi • ui or tetatm ton! -
Ti,J humbug, .as I can prove by from se.enty five to one
hundred hands uow m mv eiup. -y, and many of them have been
for ye&rs.
Pv nix** th** raanuf* *tur**s at horn**, n»or«- imperially wnm you
can .lo bo without additional coat. WM IR\ UU1IL
jaS lit Main St.
MIIIIK.
/ vl R Hock • f Kt-ndy Muilr tl.itltiiiR, No. J9 Main st.,
\ P . havesold t. Mr. II WHITLOCK, and ac will continue to
k. ep . or lav ■ v do... :.i V.. I0»i M-.in »t , wln-re we will l.e
ph ased to <eoe customers and the public In general, having
.,. , i tnufactureour clothing lore, and we
are prepared to r- ceive orders of mV kind tube made up In the
b. •• i v 1 md at short notice. Dur winter sto-k, will offer at
r. ■ i , : | i make r*otn lor Spring Stock. Call at
p,g K. MORRIS A OO., loo Main st.
... I i.l.US.
ISM*. NOTICE. I •*'*!>•
K. 1>. KEKLINO,
TAILOR AN 0 CLOTHIER,
Ko. 1 iti A]it 1 si Street,
I I \ - just ret .rnc.l from New York, and Is now prepared to ei
I 1 hiblt me most attractive stock of goods that he has « ver had
thep1. aaure of offering to hi- friends and the public, consisting in
part of
CLOTHS. CASSI'IEKES AMD VESTIMOS.
of the ncwwt etyl- * which be will make to order in the most ap
proved manner. Flu warranted to please In all cases.
A1.S0,
In store and receiving, a choice selection of gent’s, ysuths’ and
■s
REA DM-MADE CLOTH I NO,
of rverv grade an l stvle
t,i:\IU UN’S FURNISHING GOODS,
«,> h as Shirt., C< irs, firs. Gloves, Hocks mid Drawers; Merino
al lits tnd Drawers, of g »d quality
. K. D KKKLING, No. I2« Main street
'1*0 111 K 1*1 IILK’. —In consequence of the unprecedent
I ct * . ..of “Our Model Shirt," we have made arrange
menu, (which was heretofore impossible, on account of the great
demand in w I rkl to slltuys have a large supply of this popu
i vr Hh :t m hand, in every variety of style and quality, so that
th.*.- seinline onl.es will now have them titled regularly and with
despatch. As we are Ihe sole Agents tor this Shirt in Richmond,
we whip I ' spectfully call the attention of those who have not
scan ,i. Mo i.. t ■ anfaamiaatioa, and they winknomi c..nvlnc
l that ilis ihe ' caf.cAc.i/wsf.rrot/asosft/nrnMe Otertever offered
f .r sale. We arc viso prepared to tank? to order from iclcnliflc
t at ... and at redusrit I.r! -,a We have on
,„l . * est n k of GKNTLKMI N S FURNISHING
tiOoL*.-. w *. u.iMsit) e, c. y tiling port filing to ll.e buiincas,
and which wlii be offered at greatly reduced prices.
STt'KTKVANT A MAGWIRF,
nw2.( No. 94 Main street, Richmond, V*.
|..n op ami :itlra«‘liv«* Su|*|»l> of
SfKIM. tMIkl *1 n K H I» H V « o o I) N.
it i:»; i: DL> A V o \
UKOAD STREET.
ntVl heen open ug duiing the past two w.eks, and are now
preparedto offer, a complete assortment ol
STAPLK and FANCY GOODS.
They would call particular attention to many Urge lots of For
. cn Goods which will be sold at prices much lower than tho* • of
former seasons. We mention a few only of the most attractive
articles:
English RKRFCKS, In Immense variety;
1 relish an t French BkRKGK ROBBS,
4 to 10 VOLANTS;
A ». r* large asaortment of SILKS, wfevery variety of style, at
of, p, so per cent, below tbe coat of Importation.
Km, • p, nted J ACONKTS and OBG INDIES
TuAt K1.LING DRKSA GOODS of every desctlpllun.
sprint DKI. * INKS and CHALLIIK
French an . India FOCLALO SILKS, some entirely uc«r anJ hand
some design a
Our stock f D ute.lic STAFLK GOODS, has ;never Leen more
r%trlA*iv«*
M i Ot CLOTH* NO, of every grade.
Am ngst th Last usuicd, we w -ul 1 colt the special attention of
buyers to were very large lota of Virgin, t and Georgia Flam and
gtI lived OSN.ABURGS, and a large vaitely of other articles ol
south.. n manufacture. Dill > »KN A FOX.
mtH _gw Broad Street
THOMSON S COERl GATED SKIRTS
4UK DOUBLE TRAIN,
TIIK PARISIAN BELLI,
TIIK nO-'BKMKR,
TIIK WOVEN.
See that our Name, and the Crown are damped on ererr Skirt
CHOI KOK RILL KK IimiNIMiHOl NDPLAS
I ^ TFK ll.e *u»»s.Ttber has earne*ly labored for the past four
t vear* t vcludeN rth rn Ground Flaster.hr the establishment of a
I !( tur V. . and supplying an article superior to any received from
i i• ■ Ni.rt’i, •»!! I ’aim* a perfect succesa. He begs leave to return
j h:«» thA< t.* hi.- patrons, and asks to Inf *rm alt Interested that he
has completed his ir pro vemenU that will enable him to supply any
demand that mav arL*e. Hb stock of Lump Is heavy, (based upon
i the enorinouily increased use of a superior article), selected frrm
; tbe purest Windsor N\ova l»cotial «(uarnes, with special re. ere me
W IU richness In 8u)j\at* Lint*. The reputation of hb brand
| shall be sustained at every effort aad cost, and he ask* ouly ail «■
P«-rimental trial of those who have not made *FFlicatlon of tlij
I ’'rUiif. JOHN H. CLAIBORNE,
jalk-dui No-llPcnfUL
GKLtii: i:\TKACTOB,
roR htaoviM
PAIAT. TAR. W AX,
oa sst kiso or
GKEAS E,
raoa iu Kinw or
SILK AND WOOLEN DRESSES,
AND FROM
Broadcloths. Oassimcros. &.<•
Wtlknut th* *l^jkt*»t injury to tts/dricV.
rPHL^ article his been used by many persons throughout th
1 country, a.d h*a received the highest recommendations. It
, also received the silver medal at the last Mechanics Fair. It Is
m\tle in this city, and deserves the patronage of the South. To be
t *.t of tfft- pm pal drugg'su anJ at my laboratory,
I aad l'nhsw, UK. h mood,Ta. Ih^AROT. FIMCH,
ft|g .|V A naif tfcal Chembt.
THE NEW PATENT GORKI GAT*# SPRINGS.
REDUCING TIIK WEIGHT OF JlKIKTS
and INCREASING THKIR STRENGTH
nearly one half,
are fuuii.l only In
rilOMSDVS chki.igatkd skirts
CM1UM4 r.mni,
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RICHMOND WHIG.
THE COURT OK DEATH.
New Yoke, Much 27th, 1 SCO.
To th, Editor of the Whiff:
Having become the owner of the great original Painting, known
as P» vli s Ohht or Dr vTii—a raintin/ which has loog been valued
at #io,UUO- 1 have had It eugraved lu the highest style of Chromo
Llthographi Art. The work was executed by Aarony, Major A
Knapp, of this city, and U acknowledge*! to he the finest specimen
of that style of engraving ever issued in this country. The size
U la' ge, being 2-1 by dl Inches.
It ia executed on AU Plates, which, by being printed In suree*
aivr Oil Colors, products a perfect Fae-Slmile of the Original Paint
lag, lu It* soft and luellow tints, rich co.oring, and beautiful pers
pective.
On showing Die picture to Mr. Peale, Die venerable A till, now in
the >->d year ol ins age, he gave me the following certiti ate
Pun U'ELi'iiit. Nov 16th. lsf-9.
I have seen th? Ctiromo-Uthographic Engraving of my Painting
of Die Court of Deatli, recently executed for l>r. ti. H Colton, \the
present proprietor.) by Aan ny. Major A Knapp, of New York, and
can certify that it ot an accurate and admirable c py of Die Origl
ual Patnliog. REMBRANDT PEALE
The price of similar engravings in this city varies from ft to #10,
—nothing of th-* kind can be bought for less than f ft. Only about
ft 'UOc.pie* of uu> engraving which costs can be sold; and this
pavs but a fair profit aftrr tne t\pen»e o' paper, printing and yet
t»Hff nji th* fhit**. The main expense is not lu the paper aud pnut
lag, but n lne plates
Now, Lathe • He of the Engraving*of the “CourCof Death*11 have
adopted an entirely u**w principle. Instead of selling ft.iOO copies
at |.'»e:ich, 1 propose to sell 100,000 < V>j*in tit fl
My frieuds tell me it lx a hazardous undertaking ; but the sue
cess which has attended the enterprise for the past four months l*
a guarantee that my expectations wilt berealiz *1. Th -s.tuple lea
sou why so few fine engraving* and pictures arc found iu the par
lor* throughout the couutry is because they are so expensive If
the plan which 1 have adopted succeeds, (of which 1 have do
doubt ) 1 shall do a sc. vice to the dealers in and purehasers ol such

The Court of Death is a sermon on can fa.*' a discourse upon
Life and Death, it contains 2s ;l e Ize ligures, on a canvas cover
iiigdl2St|U«re (eet, being -4 feet long by 1.1 wide. Death is not rep
resent .**1 iu the form ol a skrle ou, but ax a Monarch or King,
•ferouded inobs* uritv The Painting is Intended to represent the
presence and power of Death ; the uncertainty of human life;
War ami its attendant evil.-, Famine, l*e». Hence, Conti agr ation, the
Alain Victim and the Widow and Orphan ; Intemperance, and the
charms and temptations of W orldly P.easure, Keuioisc. Delirium,
Aul* id**; sis.*, Coosa up.Ion, Fever, ? p-tplexy, Hypochondria, and,
lastly, the .numphxof Virtue, Religion, aud Chrlstatn Faith over
the terrors of Death.
«*n viewingthe Painting many years since, th* Won. Mlllird Kill
more wrote to Hon. it At- rer. of Cincinnati, as follows : 4 I confess
1 have be ti greatly pleased with this »p • ndld specimen of Ameri
can (teams, aud cannot doubt th it a 1 persons of taste w ill be glad
to have an -ppoitunity ofsveiogso eminent a work.”
The Painting has been ma tethe subject of S|»* del discourse hy
Rev. Dr. Aprague, Kev. Dr. Dr. Welch. Rev. Dr. lixcon, Kev. Dr.
Cleveland, Rev Dr. Way land, and others.
Each purchaser cf an Engraving will receive X numbered #>/*
constituting the holder a (proprietor In the original Pain
lug, wor.h f do.MMi, and entitled to one Ahare in Us final distribu
tion, to be made »s *o *n »s the 100,000 Engravings are sold.
As the reader does not l -or me, t shall be excused for tpjotiog
vhat the < Y<»1 ol.merm vediteJ by Rev Dr Prime) says of
t|»e Engraving and of me in the issue of Nov. 24th, InV.i ‘Anew
and really beautiful Kagravi: g of this cel brated picture. It U
widely known a* one of the greates. and best productions of Amer
ican Art No printed description can fullv icai ieihe conceptions
of the Artist* or c*<me up to the requirements ot the imagination
in its study. Mr Cohou U a responsible.wan, and our frieuds may
feel safe lu fend ng their mnuey for his picture.” -4 JuU tte^rtp
turn i* **nt u*th rttch h’njrnrin j
Ou the receipt, by mail, of #1, aud 4 letter stamps, (to pay post
age,] I wi:l forwuid th? Engraving, rolled la a strong piste bosrd
case, or N • Copit* for #ft, without postage Any one cau easily
old .iu a cop? gr«'ix by obtaining five subscribers
To secure a Letter or Agency, stating specisl and liberal terms,)
also one Engraving, send f. and 6 letter stau pi
1 w uli re er to lion Millard Fillmore. Rembrandt Peale,
Philadelphia Rev. Dr. Pilot?, Kev. Uorhatu D. Abbott, Hon. Eras
tus llrooss. Harper A Brothers, New Kurk; Rev M H. Palmer, D.
D NewOrle*h*. \ M Holbrook, ks«|.t Proprietor N. O Picayune,
and the * (Keen of the Art tsxocialiou, Charleston, A. 0.
Money can be sent saf.-lv by mill If carefully sealed ami
directed. Write your .Vii^ * , Ttoni% tmiu/y, and NAD* plainly.
A-1 dress,
(i Q COLTON,
/W Ojlor u*>r 3/M 17 Park Row, New York.
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VVasiiinotox, April 4.
SENATE.
After miuupDrtant moriiing businesA,
. * ... .1.. .—i.:,.t. i..k
I trod need \> '<rtl.iv, concerning William Medill, first
Comptroller ol the Treasury, and hoped the questiou
would be taken on its reference. The reference ot a joint
r, solution had never been ret used before, whatever it
might contain, light or wrong.
Jlr. SatiLsburv moved to refer it to the committee on
postollice ami postroads. Ue believed it to be an unde
served r« flection upon a meritorious oilierr, who had only
done hi- duly, and done that which the Attorney General
ot the United States said lie oils.lit lo do; and lit* was
doubtful whether even the reference ot the it—olution
might not be understood to imply a censure. He would,
however, make that motion.
Mr. Yulee hoped it would be referred to the judiciary
committee, as the snlject of the resolution was the con
struction of a law.
Mr. Saulshiiry staled tliat the whole matter arose out
a contract by lUe Postmaster General with certain per
sons to carry the mails, and an alleged breach ol that
col-tract. 0
Mr. Green said that it shoulonot go to the post-office
committee, because it did not fall within thcr province,
it was in reference to the execution of a law, but it did
10I |.m i tain to tin- judiciary committee, for that conimil
ee had uniformly refused to decide abstract questions.
Where legislation was r< quired they would act; but they
fid siot de-ire lo consider mere abstract questions. This
matter involved nobody until a report was made and the
Seuate pronounced its judgment The mere reference
uf the lesolu'iou amounted to nothing at all. la-t the
truth come tur; let lli<* tacts be dovelo|>ed, ami let the
couulrv see what i- involved in this questiou—then the
Senate can decide and the public will judge. But when
he introduced a resolution, unanimous consent bring
given, and upon a motion to refer it, a controversy
sprung up, and the merits of the thing proposed to b<
reteired were to be discussed before the facts were de
veloped, he objected to it, and thought it was very un
kiud tre. t uetit. I'e thought it coal 1 do no harm to
auvhody to let the tacts come out and let the truth he
known.
Mr. Saulshury replied that his objection arose from no
want of courtesy, Imt from the fact that the very prisen
t.1 lion of his resolution w a- calculated to injure Mr. Me lilt,
who he believed bad fui'btiilly discharged his duty. The
pi -opo-ilion was a novel one. Certain persons have a
claim against this government as they allege, lor the ab
rogation of’limit contract It Is referred loan officered
the government to ase< r aili if they have sustained any
damages, lie reports adversely, and bases his report ou
the written opinions ot tie- Attorney General of the Uui.
ted State-, who was calkd on by the Po-tinaster General
to give his opinion. Because In- has done this he is ar
raigned before the Senate by a resolution reflecting upon
hi< otbeial character, aud expressing the opinion that he
ought to be removed from ollice. If it had not been
from his respect lor the Senator from Missouri, he should
have moved an indefinite postponement of the resolution.
Mr. Green retile-d that the Senator did not state the
case accurately. Originally, it was a claim growing out
of what these parties allege to be a breach of contract.—
Congress passed a !.iw stating that a contract having
been made ami abrogated, tie- lirst comptroller should
assess the damages, ihercfoie the making of the contract
ami its abrogation are facts affirmed by Congress. Whe
ll.cr iLlilalVwd 1111 a I Ma'frtll'll fil' ll f if lid tllil llflt klllfU Uf
whether the parties were entitled to one dollar or one
thousand dollars. But the comptroller says there was
no contract and no abrogation. As the Senator from
Delaw are had choatU. to bring up this question itn
prot erlv at this tim* fie must set him right.
Mr. Pugh said that Gov. Medill had left this city for
Ohio in ill health, and lie hoped the resolution would He
over until he could make some inquiries about it. lie
could assure the Senator that Gov. Medill would meet
anv investigation before any committee, but it was hard
ly fair to prcfS this matter in his absence.
Mr. Green affirmed that Gov. M. had not gone when
the resolution was offered, lie knew what he said, and
no mau could contradict it. Belore he left, a copy ol
this resulu'ion was sent to him, and he read it. No per
son was taken by surprise. This had been a straight for
ward proceeding from the first mouicut to the present
time. The Senator Ironi Delaware had said that the At
torney Gcnetal bolstered Mr. M. up; he would state that
the opinions of the Attorney General were directly con
trarv. This was not a question of law, but a question
directly affecting the dignify and power of Congress.—
The Senate and Uou-e ol Repieseutatives and the Exec
utive declare a fact aud lay down a rule for adjudicating
a ease, aud he deuied the right of any officer to set at
defiance Congress and the Executive. He wanted the law
executed. He knew nothing about the damages, hut he
was acting in vindication ol a principle. Neither did he
know anv of the parties making the claim. All he ask
ed was tiiatthc resolution be referred and the matter in
vestigated.
Mr. Bayard wished to make a very short statement,
that would not take ten minutes, and as the hour for ta
king up the special order Lai arrived, he moved to post
pone the special older for ten minutes. The motion was
agreed to.
Mr. K staled that Mr. Medill had been advised by his
physician to abstain from all business on account of his
health, and lie hid made all of his arrangements to leave
the city when the notice was given that this resolution
would be introduced. Assuming the facts to he as the
Senator from Missouri had stated, was that any reason
why the Senate should turn itself into an accusatory bo
dy Mid condemn a public officer on their own inquiry and
request his removal from office ? There was no charge
of fraud whatever; it is men ly a charge that lie has mis
. oa-tri.e 1 a law, hut he has the opinion of the Attorney
General on hi- side. It public officers do wrong, iui
pea.hiinnt is the proper course to he resorted to, but
this resolution should be rejected on its face—without
reference.
Mr. Grteu desired to reply, and therefore moved that
the special order be postponed lor ten minutes more.
Mr. Beijsmin hoped that would not be done, unless
more time was giveu for he wished to olfer an amend
ment. and desired some time to prepare it
The question being taken, the motion was not agreed
to.
The resolutions aud an amendment proposed by Mr.
Saulsburv were ordered to be printed
On motion of Mr. Sumner, a resolution was adopted
calling on the I'rcsideut for copies of anv correspondence
not already communicated, relative to the claims of any
foreign government to the military services ol natural
ize-1 American citizens.
The Homestead bill was resumed, aud Mr. Pugh made
socie remarks in favor of it.
Mr. Wiglal! replied, calling it a bill for the protection
of crime and vagabondism, aud in the course of his re
mirks alluded to the federal gofemment as a "miserable,
ooti horse concern here in Washington.’' He also argued
tbiit poverty was a crime, and tbo man who waa poor had
necessarily sinned—there was a screw loose in his head
somewhere. Adj’d. _
HOUSE OF representatives.
Mr. Washburn, of Illinois, gave notice of a bill to
erect a custom-house and a postoftiee at Waugegan.
Mr. Stanton, from the military committee, reported
back the West Point appropriation bill, with a recom
mendation by a bare majority of the committee that the
House non concur in the Senate amendment providing
for calling into service a mounted regiment of Texas vol
unteers.
Mr. Curtis, as a member of the committee, said he
would have voted in favor of the amendment if the Pre
sidcut ami Secretary of War, in the communication in
reference to a call of the House, hud said they thought
this additional force necessary, but they both studiously
avoided an expression of opinion on the subject.
Mr. Stanton moved that the subject be made the spe
cial order for Tuesday.
Mr. Regan said that early action should be taken in
order that the people ol Texas may know whether they
may have hope of protection for their lives and pro
perty.
Mr. Sherman remarked that this amendment proposed
an appropriation ot £l,0*st,00ii. It were better the bill
-hould be defeated and a uew one introduced rather than
the Senate should load it down with an irrelevant amend
ment.
The House, by seven majority, refused to make the
bill the special order for Tuesday next.
The House resumed the consideration of the bill to pun
ish and prevent the practice of potyagmy in the territo
ries of the United States, and other places, and disap
proving and annulling certain acts of the Territorial As
sembly of Utah.
Mr. Keitt, of South Carolina, concluded the remarks
which he commenced yesterday, denying that Congress
has power in the premises^ It was not a crima against
ihe Un e 1 States. Congress cannot legislate wisely antT
properly for the territories.
M . Gooih ottered an ainendmei t proposing to limit
the proposed legislation to Utah. Government has the
power, and should exercise it, not only in making poly
gamy a crime, but providing ior its punishment.
Mr. Rarksdale asked whether the geutlt-mau would not
uot draw from the power to prohibit polygamy the pow
er to exclude slavery from the Territories? So far as he
was concerned, he saw a vast difference between prohib
iting a crime and excluding property. What was the
gentleman’s opinion.
Mr. Gooch denied that the Republicans here were re
sponsible lor introducing the slavery question into this
discussion. He believed, however, that under the con
stitution Congress lias the power to prohibit slavery in
the Territories. When this question should come before
the House, he would tell the gentleman whence he dcii
ved the power. He opposed the several pending amend
ments, and showed the futility of dividing the Territory
of Utah between Pike’s Peak ami Ci r-ou Valley.
Mr. branch referred the gentlemau to the Ptiiladelphia
platform, in which it was declared that Congress basso\
ereigu power over the Territories, and iu the exercise of
this power can prohibit those “twin relies ol barbarism,
polygamy and slavery,” iu the Territories.
Mr. Gooeh replied they had one of these twins now
before them. Their duty was to suppress it. He believed
Congress had full power over all rightful subjects of leg
islation in the Territories, subject only to the constitution
of the United States.
Mr. branch inquired if lie believed Congress possessed
“sovereign power” in the Territories?
Mr. Goot-li responded, he believed Congress has full
power,with the limitation named. Il he had been in the
Phi a lclphia Convention, he world not have used the
word - "ttirereit/H pow< r ’’ He did not understand that
the Republicans believe t mt Congress can pass any a:t
in conflict with the constitution.
Mr. Thayer naked whether his colleaeue nreferred that
kind of sovereignty which existed in Egypt, under Pha
raoh, based on corn, or that among the people of the
Territories, bused on land ?
Mr. Goocli replied, as he did not recognize cither kind
of sovereignty, lie could not answer the question.
Mr. Simtna did not know whether, a* u bachelor, he
had any right to discuss this question. He hoped those
who belong to tlie matrimonial ranks and have raised
difficulties, would indulge the bachelors for coming in as
peace-makers. He intended to vote for this bill, and
polygamy could not thus be prohibited, he would vote to
strike out Utah from the map of the United States, or
give the Territory to the most ignorant savage trbes. He
combatted the principle that, because they could prohibit
or ^punish polygamy, they could prohibit slavery iu
tlie Territories, lie showed that polygamy was a crime
punisable bv common law, while slavery was a matter of
property, and entitled to protection, lie alluded to sev
eral alleged cii nes commitK d by tlie Mi ruioiis.
Mr. Hooper, the delegate Irom Utah, denied these, and
said thev emanated from Judge Drummond, who render
ed himself infamous in Utah by bringing thither with
him a woman not his wife, and seating her with him on
the judicial bench.. . m
Mr. McClernand wishedlo know wherc'Mr." Hooper ob
tained bis information.
Mr. Hooper replied that he saw them witli his own
eyes. | Laughter. | He at some length defended the
Monuons Irom Mr. Simms' charge of their having coined
money contrary to the law s ol the United States. He
explained that the Mormons, who, iu tiie early history of
California, gathered gold dust, erected a rude mint and
made it into convenient sizes lor the purpose of circula
tion.
Mr. Nelson demanded the previous question, which
caused a great deal ol stir,as various gentlemen wished to
s|>eak upon the subject.
The main question was ordered to be put—yeas 114,
nays 75.
Mr. Nelson argued the power on the part of Congie-s
to repeal the law of the Territorial Legislature of Utah
establishing tin* church of tlie Latter Day Saint-—a cor
poration ol much power, anJ which sanctions murder
and other crimes. It was contrary to the sipirit of our
institutions, and the organic act ol Utah expressly gave
the power to annul or supervise the Iuwh passed by the
Legislative Assembly of Utah, lie also argued that
Congress |ms the power to suppress or prohibit polygamy
ill tlie manner provided by tie* bill.
Without concluding, be gave way for a motion to ad
ourn, wbieb prevailed.
ExciTKMtvr tx- PrttRY Coixtv, lliss—.4a Armed
Hand of Xegroe* at Large.—Tlie Paulding t larion, of
Wednesday last, says : A gentleman came all the wav
Iroin Augusta to this county a few days ago, to procure
track dogs lor the purpose of hunting a gang of outlaw
negroes, who are infesting lVrrv county, Mi-s. Accord
ing to the account given by this gentleman, who is us
respectable a young man as any iu the country, the gang
numbers five or six, and are armed with guns and wea
pons. White men are suspected ol being in league with
them, and one man lias been arrested and committed to
jail ou suspicion. Our informant says that an unprece
dented excitement exists in the community, surpassing
anything that was ever occasioned by the depredation of
the noted Wages clan, which operated so extensively iu
Perry county.
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X 1 H'K. Thr attcntii n of person* about t<» i.uiid on tl)
.1
tlo* following extract from a city ordinance concerning streets:
“ Auy person Intending hereafter to build or erect any house or
other structure upon the tine of any street or public alley shall first
obtain from the Kngiueer of the city, or In hi* absence or inability
to set, from the Superintendent of Streets, a certificate in writing,
of the line and adopted grade of such street at the place where
such house or structure is to be erected ; and it shall he the duty of
the Engineer or Superintendent of Street# to tile, in the Chamber
lain's office, a duplicate of the said certificate. ]f any person shall
hereafter build, or erect, or attempt to build or erect, any house or
other structure upon the line of any such street or alley, without
having first obtained tqch certificate, he shall he fined not Inn than
live nor more than twenty dollars.“ W. GILL, City Eng'r.
lly order of the Commissioners of Streets generally mhl2— 1m
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Private Complaints. Ills remedies and treatment nre entirely un
known to others. Prepared from a life spent in the great lh spitala
of Europe and the first in this country, vis: England, France, the
, lileckley of Philadelphia, Ac., and a more extensive practice than
any other Physician in the world. IDs many wonderful cures and
most important Surgical operations are a sufficient guarantee to
the articled. Those who wish to be speedily and effectually re
ieved, should shun the numerous tridiug impostors, who only ruio
their health, and apply to him
Owes— No. T SOUTH FREDERICK STREET, left hand side going
from Baltimore street, seven doors from the corner.
rr Be particular iu obaerrlof the Dame »od Dumber, or you
will mUtakf the place.
vr TAKE NOTICE.—Observe the name on the door and win
dows.
A CURE WARRANTED, OR NO CHARGE, IN FROM ONF. TO
TWO DAYS.
NO MERCURY OR NAUSEOUS DRUG USED.
DR. JOHNSTON,
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, graduate fr< m
one of the most eminent Colleges of the United States, and ti e
greater part of whose life has been spent In the Hospitals of Lon
don, Paris, Philadelphia and elsewhere, has effected some of the
most astonishing cures that whs ever known. Many troubled with
ringing in the ears and head when asleep, great nervousness, be
ing alarmed at sudden sounds, and hashfulness, with derailment
of mind, were cured immediately.
A CERTAIN DISEASE.
When the misguided and imprudent votary of jdeasure finds he
has imbibed the seeds of tills painful disease, it too often happens
that an ill-timed sense of shame, or dread of discovery, deters him
from applying to those who, from education and respectability, can
alone befriend him, delaying till the constitutional symptoms of
this horrid disease make their appearance, such hs ulcerated sore
throat, diseased nose, nocturnal pains in the head and limbs, dim
ness of sight, deafness, nodes on the shin bones and arms, blotches
on the head, face and extremities, progressing with frightful rapidi
ty, till at last the palate of the mouth or the Rories of the nose fall
I and the victim of this awful disease becomes a horrid object of
mmiserallon, till death puts a period to his dreadful sufferings, by
sending him to
“ That bourne from whence no traveller returns."
It is a melancholy fact that thousands fall victims to this dread
ful complaint, owing to the unskillfulnexs of Ignorant pretenders,
who, by the use of that dreadful poison, mercury, ruin the const!
tuti >n, and either tend the unfortunate suffererto an untimely grave,
or else make the residue of his life miserable.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE
Dr. J. addresses ail those who have injured themselves by pri
vate and Improper indulgences.
These arc some of the aa i and melancholy effects produced by
early habits of youth, vis : Weakness of the Back ami Limbs, Pair.
in ine mnu.cm sigui, .nus< ui.tr rower, raipitauon
of the Heart, Dytpepaia, Nervous Irratability, Derangement of the
Digestive functions, General Debility, Symptoms of Consumption,
4c.
MENTALLY,
The fearful effects on the mind are much to he dreaded; Loss of Me
mory, Confusion of Ideas, Depression of spirits. Evil Forebodlngi
Aversion to Society. Nelf Distrust, Love of dolitude, Timidity, 4c.
are some of the evils produced.
Thousands of persons of ail ag«*s can now judge what la the cans
of their declining health. Losing their vigor, becoming weak, pa!e
emaciated, have a singular appearance about the e/es, cough and
I symptoms of consumption.
DR. JOHNdTOVa INVIGORATING REMEDY FOR ORGANIC
WEAKNESS.
By this great and Important remedy, weakn-rs of the organs are
speedily cured, and full vigor restored. Thousand of the most ner»
vous and debilitated, who had lo#t all hope, have been Immediately
relieved. All Impediments to .Marriage, Physical or Mental tlUqUAl
ideation, Nervoiis Irritations, Tretuldhu s and Weakness, or ex
haustion of the most fearful kind, speedily cured by Dr. Johaitoa.
YOUNG MEN
who have injured themselves by a certain practice Indulged In
when alone a habit frequently learned from evil componions or
at school, the effects of which are nightly felt, even when asleep,
and If not cured, renders marrlag- impossible, and destroys both
min 1 an I body, should apply immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his country, and the
darling of his parents, should be snatched from all prospects and
enjoymeut- of life, by the consequences of deviating from the path
of nature, and indulging in a certain secret habit, tfucb persons,
before contemplating
MARRIAGE,
should reflect that a sound mind and body are the most necessary
requisites to promote connubial happiness. Indeed, without these,
the journey through life becomes a weary pilgrimage; the prospect
hourly darkens to the view; the mind becomes shadowed with dis
pair ari l filled with the melancholy reflectino that the happlnesa of
another becomes blighted with our own.
OFFICE NO. 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
Uil.Tia kV, Mo.
All SURGICAL OPERATIONS performed.
N. B. Let no false delicacy prevent you, but apply immediately,
eltlu-r personally or by letter.
1ST SKIN DISEASES speedily cured.
TO STRANGERS.
The many thousands cured at this Institute within the last twelve
years, and the numerous and important Surgical operations per
formed by Dr. J , witnessed by the reporters of the papers, and
many other persons, notices of which have appeared again and
again before the public, hesldea his standing as a gentleman of
character and responsibility, is a sufficient guarantee to the allllctedg
PI A VO i:\TKAOItm\AKV.
PH. T.\ YLOIt 'iu just received Knottier of DRIGGT
. PATENT PIANOS, the only Plano, constructed on truly scl
entitle principle*, for strength, durability, power to keep In tunr
and to retain their tone, l) . v are fat superior to all other Pianos
They are highly admired by all who have heard them.
S. I'll A I. III.Itf. nay* of tfi. il>:
The lone 1s grand and noble. It has great capacity for sustaining
ttie sound or a'ngl.og, and It* volume of tone or power, 1 have neve*
heard excelled In depth, purity or sympathetic sweelne*.
OOTT8CHAI.K, STRAKOBCH, MAKKT7KK, and many other
eudnent Profe*aors *ay of them :
The tone of the squares equal the best Grand Plano Portei, inf
csrel them In pure musical Intonation and actual tone power,
nov 1 _
CHICKERING PIANOS.
ANEW and full supply of Uiesc splendid lnstru
merit* have been received.
In addition to the beautiful Hols de Nolx, theCir
cular Action, and the Grand, we have now the IJou
dolr, a beautiful ln»truinent of an upright form.
The cbickerlnifs have received .!« first prise medals, all over re
nowned competitors and from first rank Institution* and fair* of
America and of Europe. They have manufactured and sold more
Pianos than any factory In the world.
From the Uhickarlngs have emanated the l.e*t and most perma
nent improvements that have brought the Plano to iu present per
fection; and by the great capital they have Invested In manufac
turing conveniences, they can sell fully tIP.y p>. cent, cheaper than
any other factory. None of their Instrument* leave the wareroom
without having been fully Inspected by the best artists.
As till, factory has never more than one agency In a city, In
Richmond these instruments can only he sold by the subscriber.
The factory warrants all Pianos we sell. Orders pruruj lly at
tended to.
Warerooms, north side of Broad street, near 9th, and at llablls
ton A brother'*, No. 169 Main street.
m*l9 NATR’L 0ABU8I, Sole Agent.
I» I A If O-FO l( T I* S .
vlmc toon'tie
rilllK subscriber* hsve been receiving, r.r the last
1 tern week?, extersive additions to Ibelr stoek <c*»- 1 **TW)|
PIANO-FORTES, I! f I f'
and have now In their ware-rooms an assortment as Urge as can
be seen in most establishments North.
These Instruments are made I y Mr DUNHAM, and are not sent
•*on sale,” as some suppose, but are purchased by us exclusively,
and for c.mA Thus obtaining every fair advantage, the subscri
bers arc enabled lo ((f-r th. to urmi lb- molt liber.il t-rms In
deed, shrewd business men h ive, after visiting the North, returned
and purchased of us, candidly o» ulng that they could “ do no bet
ter."
They have for sale the lower' priced good Instrument made, to
the most elegant and costly ; all of whicli will be shown with idea
sure.
They have also for sale
piano stoois,
BEAUTIFUL PIANO COVER?,
and a large stock of
MUSIC AND INSTRUCTION KOOKS
for the Piano-Forte and (lull ir.
JAMES WOODHOUSK A CO.,
Booksellers, Stationers, and Dealers in
inh'JS Piano-Fortes and Music.
TRY ONE
IN YOTJR PAltLOIi.
A THOROUGH test of twenty-five years has proven beyond a
doubt that no one can buy a
CHEAPER, BETTER OR SWEETER
I*IAXI«.I'«KTE
than at E P. NASH A CO'S.
HUNDREDS of recommendatory letters that we
have received from our purchasers conclusively
I rove that we have not only the means of selling at V" -.5^1
tic-LOWEST KATES, but the advantage of SELECT-I I T I !’
ISO the VERY IIE8T.
Our Salks are Larok and I.xcrkabixu, and this certainly affords
us every advantage lo be desired.
The majority of our sales are TiIKOt'Oil ■ .Minus, which Is a pt rfect
ly safe mode,'as we incur all responsibility of pleasing.
We have now another FRESH and LARUE STOCK of some of the
VERY BEST. E. P. NASH * CO.,
fel6 Petersburg, Va.
LjClIUETXE * LUBOLFK, .TIANT
n KACTUKEKS of IRON FRAME It K A N D , MMB
SQUARE, and PARLOR GRAND PIANO-FORTE8,
ma.ie with all the Improvement* conducive to supe FIT I I*
rlorlty of tone, touch and durability. GOLD MEDALS were
awarded at the Faint in New York In 1S6T, '66 and '65, and In St.
Louis, K’9. Dealer*, Schools aud Families will save money by
calling br'ore purchasing. All Instrument* guaranteed for three
years Warcroorai,-152 Mrooiue St., (a few door* west of
Brosdway,) NEW YORK. fe90-8mo
PIANO TUNING
For the Country.
THE many and repeated applications from my
ft lends In the country for a
Piano To tit v, Ffy'tTl
Have Induced me to arrange with Mr. F. 8. ErnwrLL TIT T II
to visit the country adjacent to Richmond, periodically for th*
purpose of
TUNING AND REPAIRING PIANOS.
I would respectfully suggest to all who may desire to have their
Pianos regularly tuned at tUited period*, to list Uie name* of any
others 111 their respective neighborhoods who hare pianos to tun*,
In order that the expen*e may be divided among them, and also
make It an object on the part of the tuner to make the visit.
Any inch list*, If addressed to me, will meet with prompt atten
tion A. M0RRI8,
Dealer In Plano*, Melodeons, Music,
Books, Stationery, Ac., Ao.,
9T Main Street,
Richmond, Va.
P. 8. My stoek of PIANOS was never better, and Is wsll worth a
visit _—
Z . ■< tllk ( OFFER Mocha, Java and Rio, for sale by
1,50 WttWAIAfcEMNS._mh*4_
| o.m HOXMGANDLEII Adtmsntlnc and TaBowfor
I O UU gale by Wt». WAUUu* bvHo. »' n
II. |». A W. C. TAYLOR,
Importer* »nd M » mi fc t u r e r » of
PERFl'JIERY AYD TOILET SOAPS,
611 N. Mu Hi Street,
PHILADELPHIA, PA.
T.i be had at the principal Dra* 8l.r». in Richmond, nihit-'lm
J A C OB IICRI),
MAtnTFAOTURRR or
MILITARY CLOTHING,
N. ti. Cor. Second and Spruce SlaM
PHILADELPHIA.
wilitaky cloths for male.
jail -dm
FRANCIS! K )QUKT,
(^Socceaaor to J. T, II,mm. rr )
M A S' UPACTH RE K OF
DKSKS AND (.’AIIIMT FI RMTIRK,
KO. 25!l SOUTH THIRD STREET,
PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA.
OFFICE,
HANK,
tin SCIIOOI. VRINITURK,
E XTENSION tables,
Book cases,
mhlO—8m WARDROBBS, Ac.
WI LS< )N & M1RTER,
IMPORTER* OF
WATCH ES,
DARPFACTI'REKS OF
GOLD PENS,
JIIWELKY, Ac.,
N. K. CORNER MARKET AND THIRD STREETS,
PHILADELPHIA.
rotih— tm _
E# A. HAMHALL,
liaise NONSUCII*
PIER HI,
North Hlver, \. V.
BALK HAY, STRAW, OATS, FEED, ONIONS, POTATOES, and
all klr a of Country Produce, for City Trade «»r Shipping. Orders
for thi* Southern market attended to without charge of CoramUalon
Shift—%m
FORWAKDIKG BVilHESS.
rill IK JAMES RIVER AND KANAWHA CO.# Wt*. r.TTT.rfe,
I having acceded to the proposition of the
>outh Side Railroad Com -any to advance the rate* on both route*.
( am compelled to advance my rates. I am, however, by that ar
rangement, enabled to put goods through
20 to 2 j P«-r Cent. Cheaper
than the South Side IU Iroad, provided that Company adhere* to
the oipulation agreed upon , and on some articles the difference Is
much greater.
have determined to put the charge* at the VERY LOW
KST POINT on every article, and the merchant*of Lynchburg and
the \Ve»t will find It greatly to their advantage to ship via Rich
mond* A. S. L*K,
Forwarding and Commission Merchant,
On the D ck.
mhlO Richmond. Virginia.
PNi OI BAGS HO.Hk: HAN I *M« ft It *.
1 j The under- ;ned manufactures and keel* constantly on hand
at the Richmond Iron auJ Steel VV .rks, a large and hue assort
met.t of
Refined and common IRON, consisting of all sizes, Bar, Band,
Hoop and Scroll Iron.
Tire Iron, Oval* and llalf-Rohndfl.
Horse and Mule shoe Iron, Rounds and Squares.
Agricultural Drum Teeth Nut Iron.
Tobacco Mill Tapped anil Plate Iron.
In short, every description of IRON that may be ordered
Also, Ralltoad Prog “TEEL, Steel Coach, Buggy and Sulky TIRES
and Quarry Half-Round Steel. J AS. UL'NTKK,
felo—8m* Richmond, Va.
14T All sites of PUNCHED WASHERS on hand or made to or
der. _ _ _
VA t-.S-.IMNt; AMS HILLING HOES.-H e have juat
V y received, of direct Importation,
Klcell's Weeding Hoe. all sites, from #1 to 6
Elavil's Hilling Hoes, all sire, from $1 to
lb sides ether superior makes, of tiotli Weeding and Hilling, which
we offer In quantities to suit purchasers, and at lowest prices.
W. S. It O DONNA N,
New Iron Front block.
Governor Street,
mhM Importer, of Hardware.
( t I AMI AND PHOSPHATE OF LI.TIE
\ I Rctse'. Manipulated Guano
Rnhln.or.'s Super Pho«phate of Lime. For sale by
mbSl HUNT k JAMES
UHLS. EXTRA FLOtR
• IlfW 4oo do. superior Family do various brands. For sale by
ndc.'l HUNT 4 JA!
,ato. a. LOW N FA Wjd. B. COOK
LOW.VES) A lOOk'S
Foundry and Manufaetory,
EjtJHTW STEAMT, HkA* MA X, A.CbM -kb, VISQtJIA.
n A VINO made lira addition to nor thap, to suit the Pouthere
trade, w«* will sell »t th«- Nr rthen* prices of IS.*®. We have
An.I Orn;tm*mU! Itullillir,
VrrauduN, Il.tMoiil *, l*or< l« IMen*, \l imlou
(•iiarclM, a<* ( A , Vault and Crllar Doom, Iron Hash, Shutters
.r. l yyiirral LUckjnilthing ami uti.JiluK done with utalncs* and
despatch.
Cemetery Ralilcif for the country, made so m to be put up
by an ordinary mechanic. jafto—If
rmrskt r. joitimto*, tmomas m. whitino,
of Louisa Co., Va., of Hanofer Co., Va.
.loinsTov a wiirrivcs.
Grot-era i*ml t'ommlaalon tier. Iiu.ita,
Corner tth and Broad Streets,
ItlCHWOMi, V*.,
Keep constantly on hand * well .elected stock of
OROCF.RIRS, LIQUORS AC., Ac ,
ja*2S And attend \a the sales of all kind of Country Produce
HIJRA I FIRM FI lt*!-l Will pkj the highest tear
L ket value lor the following lurs—
Wild Cat Skins
Otter do
Mink do
Goon do
Muskrat do
Pvt do
Bear do
f JOHN THOMPSON, ST Main street
ttllll KENT One Tenement on north side Baaln Bank, ad
joining the office of Messrs. Gooch A Echols. Apply to
oeS-dts WARWICK A BARKSDALE.
BHVFORD A ROUTER,
Cabinet M a n u facturerfl,
At tin Ir UIJ Maud,
OORNKK ISTH AND FRANKLIN ST8.,
Hi. liinoiid, Va.,
WOULD Invite the attention of all In waut _ ( _ t
to our tan itockof fev -SffloAk
Furniture, E.TO. - ■
from the fluest Rosewood, Me.hogony and Wal
nut, of our make, ever offered la this market, to the cheapest Cot
tage Setts; Chairs of all kinds; Beds, Maltfas.cs, with everything In
the Cabinet line which we are selling at a very small profit.
UNDERTAKING
In all It* branches attended to at &U hour*.
ma4
TO PLANTERS AND CiARDNEK*.
'1111K subscribers offer for »*le Gff.lOO bbla. of poudrette, made l.jr
1 the Lodi Manufacturing Company, in lot* to toll purchaser*.
This article le In the twentieth year of Its Introduction Into this
•ountry, and has outlived fertilliers of every description, for the
the following reasons:
1st. It Is made from the night soil of the rltv of New York, by
the I* M. Co., ahohave a capital of over 4l<"M*|ff invested lo the
business, which is at risk should they make a had aitle'le.
* I, K..r corn and vegl tables it Is the cheapest, neatest and han
diest manure In the world, it can be placed in direct contact with
the Seed, force* and rlneiu vegetation two weeks earlier, prevents
‘he cut worm, r/o«bfea fAe corg, and is 11 |/|-Vfy/ rtitbit Ii/nr.
three dollars worth or two barrels Is all sufficient to manure an
acre of corn III the hill.
Paica—1 bhl. Id ; ‘J bbla. I t SO; 5bids. |\ and over C bids, 41 f<>
•ler l>bL, delivered free of cartage- to Veasel or railroad In New
York city.
A pamphlet containing every Information, and certificates from
farmers all over the l.'nlled Plates, who have used It from two to
seventeen years, will be sent free to any one applying for the tame.
GRIPPING BROTHER* A CO.,
fel4—2m Co Courtlandtst., N. Y.
CUIOON’S PATENT
BROAD-CAST MEED-NOR CR,
FOR SOWING WHEAT, OATS, BARLEY, HEMP, PEA”, GRASS
BUD, Ac.
fllHE hand machine sows from four to eight acre* per hsur. Price
A 410
The horse-power machine sow* from ten to fifteen acre* per hour.
Price 4%.
The subscriber having the patent-right for the States of Virginia
ami North Carolina, and I aving located at Richmond for the pur
pose of manufacturing and selling said Machines, lias taken rooms
it Id Governor street, where he la constantly tuppIKd with these
Machines. Th- re wt-re over lO.tMIOof thete Machines told las' year
County rights for sale, and agents wanted.
MI-JbB _CHARLES H DOUGHTY.
CiL AItEf M INKS —We have jus*, received an Invoice cf
/ Barton J. Ouestlcr's Claret Wines, which are acknowledged lo
ic the best and pure-t Wines brought to this country. Included In
onr assortment will be found : St. Jullen. Bat si ley. Chateau Bey
ch velle. Chateau Langoa, Chateau Leoville, Chateau Larnse, Cha
teau Margaux, Chal-au Lafilte, Chateau de Beaumont. Allot the
vintage of lsA. For sale at the lowest price*, by
8KI.DEN A MILLER,
inhifi Cor Pearl and Cary <t*
I A Dll.S' .IHHIOC'CO HOOT S, Thick Sole*, with and
i without Heels, very fine and superior, at
HM- WALSH’S.
ISGO. ADIli & GUAY, I860.
DISTILLElLS AMI MA.Vl'I.U I I HLUS
or
CAMPKINK AND II(TUNING FLUID.
<1. 0 DKaMtKd In
ALCOHOL. SPTS TURPENTINE. KKUUSINK and UNSr.ED OILS.
All i f wlilch Uiey offer to the trade at the lowest market rates,
fbr 1‘iIaA. i*9 __147 Main Street _
CARPETING.—Just received a fresh supply of thoee fine
TAPKSTUY BRUSSELS CARPETS, at »1 per yard. These
with other fresh supplies, make a complete asvortment, which, all
In w int will do well to eaaiulne. WM. A.WALTERS,
nr .44 No. 140 Main st eor. Kill.
n/\ >. CASKN KLACIIEHHY, 4TIFKRY and
,"}\l GLkl.LH BRANDY, hi sire and for sale by
_M JO NFS.
11KA THAIS! TEA TMA¥H!!-WIRK HI8H CJV
EhS.—«> h«v just opened of our own Importation, a larg*
stock of Toa Tray«, * teU, some very elegant and chaste patterns.
Also, Wire Dish Covers, oval and round, for isle at Wholesale anti
Retail, at Very low prices, by
WM. P. BUTLER A BON,
mhY4____ No. 19 Pearl St,
I)ff HMDS, fair to prime New Orleont SUGAR, for «kie bi
ZO WM, WALLACE SONS. mhM
, MASSKR’S
FIVE >11.VI TE
ICE CREAM FREEZERS,
| Aw Improved lor IBAII.
Wtni St i a no I*.ox Omiu j»;, It-m..* Tims
The only Ffeeser known which la oonaOurUd on true Mentis*
principle*
The Cheapest, Ih-it, and most Economical. requiring teas lew
and less labor than any oilier. bMng at the same time the moet du
rable tn Structure, and most certain In Ita operation*.
Sole Agent for the United states,
i KKrcllAM, A CO , Manufacturers of Japanned
and Planished Tin Ware.
felt; tin M9 PMrl dfgrt, New Cork.
WA NTKI ).
| /\ / win CTHTOMKHs »tthf Klehnoo*! Trunk Factory, 54
1 U,UUU Main Mrec*. just ibois lit m Chari*** H A* 1,
wh»ie Ihry can buy **r»y »tjrle of trunk th* y wiah, fr«n» the pa« k
in* trunk up to the bett Iron frame wole leather trunk. Iron
fram- a.»ImI *.>!♦* leather vaiite*. superior uarp^t bkfi, all ma«lt<iii
the t»e*t raarner tn I warranted, and 9*»J«J at prleea m low at thrjr
•■an he b- ueM In th** Northern > tit a. Trunk-, repaired and cove/0
rna.le at thr idiiirt*it n otice. Country merrhunta are Invited to ex*
amlfte Rt »t... k of Trunki and learn tny prUet.
jams mom
I860. SPRING. I860.
\ Unit tlvi- Stork of Next i.ooila now opi-nlnR at
WHOLESALE AND KETAIL,
AT
J. XILLIIIM’KA ItUOTlir.K*.
I'.'il Snail St., Kit IiiiioimI, Va.
At unprecedented low prices for cash or prompt paying rastomers,
oil the umal time at cash prices.
Owr ft e k comprises In p*rt exc. lieoi bargains In the following
goods, to which ae respectfully rail the itt.ntlon of the purrhaalng
eonimunlty. A call and examination of goods and prices la only
necessary to insure sales to the most economical buyer!.
. It HESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
Sitka rf newe-t designs In any quantity, from M cents to|'2 per
yard T he best black dollar SUk In the clly.
BKKEGES,
GRENADINES,
tissues,
ORGANDIES,
PR'STUD FOULARDS,
BERKOK ANOLAISE,
FK INCH JACONET T9,
BRILLIANTS,
LAWNS, and
TRAMMING GOODS, by the yard, and RuBES l-s. than
25 por 011 i'oal »i Importation.
LINEN GOODS.
ISO plecea of Pun- Irish Linen, at TA cents per yard,
100 “ “ “ 37 “ “
ltd “ '* •• SO “ “
Linen Boaomi of all grades very cheap.
Llnnen Sheeting, Pillow Linen, Table Damask, Napkin,
and Towels. Ladles and Gentlemens Linen Cambric Hdkfh., very
cheap. Linen Drills, Huckaback, Crash and lhrd Fye Diaper.
WHITE GOODS,
Cambrics, Jaconnetts, Swiss.-., Checks. Stripe*, Brilliant!, Tarlton,
Crape!, by the piece or yard.
DOMESTIC EAHR1CS.
Bleached and Brown Shirting and Shettlng nf celebrated make*,
inch at New York Mill*, Lon lale. W< maulta, Catla Mills, and
others, by the piece or yard, with a full stock of luehgoods as be
long to this department—generally.
LADIES WRAPPINGS FOR SPRING AND SUMMER.
Pthi French Lace Points.
?.’S* Lace Mantles of varlnu* style!.
BiKRows, mandarines, piccolomimh.
and ah the newest it) les out. ah*o a large stork of .New Spring
BIIAWLH, exceedingly cheap.
EMBROIDERIES.
In this deparltnenl we ran show the largest and cheapest as
sortment of tin* kind In the city, without exception, comprising
everything coming under this head, te„ mimerroia to mention.
We, however, call the attention of the l.adiea, to the stock of oral
Cambric Banda, whirh arc vary desirable
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT
Ladi'-s. Mists!, Genls. and Hoys Hose and half Hose of all kinds
Arol all prices, very low by the .irxen or pair.
Varanhs and Ladles Sun Umhrrllia In good variety a&d cheap.
ION'SLT RIBBONS
at usually nnrlva'led low prices.
Merchants from the city rotr country, who ae* waking their se
lect on in thl* market, would consult their Interest by giving our
stock an examination, as on maD£ goods they can tare Th per cent.
In pur. haring from us. J. MILLHISEK A BROS.,
mhl's l'/3 Broad Street.
ELi:u.m spiinu i;oodx.
PERKINS C<)..
Itholptalc tuul KHail €n>li Dm h r*,
N 0. Ill K A 0 L K K () If A R K.
\RK now receiving, and tn a few days wilt hare In store alary*
and complete st.«-k of the new .at and bert style, of FORKIHN
and DoJgFMTIC l>KY HOODS, to which they invite the attention
of end and abort time buyer*.
Their yooda are marked at very tow prices, to attract ( Waft (Am
tumtt'*.
Now O|*cti
Flegant Drew Silks and Silk Robes
H.ajtiful II. r eye* and OrgauJlea
Hcroye and Organdy Rob*.
Hransdlne and llereye Anylalt. Rohef
llereye Anglais Rosalbus and kaUnlU*
lira*' Poplars
An.lagr-et variety of yooilt fur Street sod Travelling Dresses.
The above g od* were purcbaae.l at ll.e larye Auction Males In
New York, Ibe past ttrck, and will be Sold lower than aver seen
before
Pren.h Jaeonnelts and Brilliants
Poulard Milks, very cheap
Fmbrnldrilrs su.l l.acs
Itich French Lace Manilla
lilack Silk and mourning Manflri
Dusters and suits of Dress and Mantle made up to match
Thompsons Hoop Skirts, the best made
Larye Stock PLANTATION HOODS,
IRISH LINFNS.
LISKN SIIKFTINOS,
TABLK DAMAsX NAPKIN'S,
TRATILLIN'!I (UN..HAMS,
PRINT LAWNS,
tiLOVKM and IIOSIKRT,
of every deacrlplloo.
PFUKINS* Ol., Cash More,
’to__No. 1(1 Kagl* Square, Main Street.
I860. NEW SPRING G00D& I860!
A. In. 1 ‘ARKER Sc < ’< >.,
No. 1 13 Fas le Ntjii tt re,
A RF now pr. pare.! tn offer to their frien.ls, and the public gene
XV rally, a i ia<ii asd hmjwdid rota ol
KltEMlH AM) GAULISH HUV GOODS.
0.,misting,In part, of
Plain Black and Fancy Silks,
Rich Silk, Orena.llne an t Reraye Rohes,
trench and Fngllsh Drum tioo.lt in every satiety,
S'lk and Lace M .tdUlas, Shawls,
Paris Fn.hrohUiies slid Lace t.• aids,
Hon wkeepiny and PlanUllon ().....Is.
While Goods ul every kind.
•Mounting iiooils of every description,
iiloves. Hosiery, 4<?
Together tslth many oth.r articles too numerous to mention —
All of which will br sold very cheep. rnhlF
JOHN C. SHAFER * « o„
DRAPERS AN l> TAILORS,
GXtHAXUB lit ILIUM,,
mu STIiKK T, RII'HdIONB, VA.
Would respectfully cell attention tn their new styles of
Spring and Summer Goods.
mh.
RICHMOND i tut
Agi'it Mil turn 1 Machinery.
HAVIMi completed my new mschlne shops on Frank'llo Street,
and Walnut Alley, the whole being In connection with my Ini,
piemen! and Meed Store, on .Main Street, I now Invite parti, alar
attention from the farmers of Virginia, tn my facilities for maniac •
turlny every klu I ol Ayrlcullutal Machinery and Implement
I shall p tv especial attention to the manufacture ol THRFRff
INH MACIIINFM of the beat models, materials and noiknunshln
My PORTA Id h IIOKSK POWF.R I* to arranged j0 r^i,,. „c'
.llyginy, ot delay In starting, and has secured the approval of all
who have used them My PATKNT STRAW C, TfkiKM are too ueU
known to need cummer cation.
As heretofore, I keep constantly on hand, uf my «wn make, and
fully warranted, Corn Shelters for kati.l and horsv power, Wheat
Fans, Cra.ll* , Reapers. Hay Press-a, Cider Mills, Seed brills, Plows,
Harrows, Hay Rakes, ()l*«ucn, Cultivators, Hum and Leather Ma
chlne Belting, Ac 4,-.
Iy Rejiu.ia ol all kinds promptly attended to.
Aftnl fur Bickford A Huffman s M heat and Huauo Drills, aad
Mc&.rmlck’s Reaper and Mower.
les-dHm _ H. M. SMITH, No It Main ML
O Locks of every description ; Sliding lioor Trimmings of the
best quality Also. Prison and Dank Lot ks ; Hinges and Bolts of
any height. Dells hung, with nr without Tubes.
ALL KINDS or REPAIRING DOVE.
As I sell no work but my own manufacture, I am prepared to
Warrant it to give entire satisfaction to those who may favor ms
with a call.
WILLIAM READY,
2*J0 Main Street, betweo Sth and Pth,
felfl—1y Kkhkosd, Vg.
KM'IIAKnsO.V*
IRISH L11ST E IMS.
DAMASKS. DIAPERS, Ac.
CONSUMERS of Richardson's Linens, and those desirous of oh*
tabling the Genuine Goods, should see that the article* they
purchaae are sealed with the full name of the firm, J. N. RICHARD
SON, SON J A OWDEN, as a guarantee of the soundness and dura
bility of the goods.
This caution Is rendered essentially necessary as largs quantities
of Inferim and defective IJncns are prepared, season alter Mason,
and seale-l with the name of RICHARDSON, by Ir&h Houses, who,
regardlcsr of the Injury thus Indicted alike od the American cum
■umer and the manufacturers of the genuine floods, will not r. a JUy
abandon a business so profitable, while purchasers can be 'vj ilefi
on with Goods of a worthies* character.
J. BULLOCKS A 00
••6—dly Afsr.ts, St Church Street, n,.» York
V. D, TOKFIIM*. gag. a. TOBrONL
W. D. TOHPKI3K A RltO.,
Commission Merchants.
»OR THE HALE OP
FLOUR, TOR A OCO, U RAIN. 40..
(BASIN BANK,)
Rl« hmsnfi, Va,
Liberal Advances made ou Consignment* In so ire. ael—ly
SAMUEL AYRES SON,
Comtuieeiun and Forwardinir Mrri hunts,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
OYYER FOR SALK—G C Mass Licorice, Olive Oil, AdsmanUng
Candles, Tobacco Flavoring, Box and other Nabs, Scotch nod
American B| roa, Rsese A Co.’s Manipulated Guano, Closer
Seed. Ac . An .eT 1e
LfKESII (aA HDKIV HEEII. By Express snd steamer
we ere In receipt of nur Spring supply of A’re*A Mirrr/rw >«/,
of superior quality, from Thorburn A Co., of New V< rk, to which
we Invite the attention of those wanting a first rate article.
GKO. WATT A CO.,
Jafifi Franklin, near Wall atres*.
II’XCTIAMJK ON LONDON W tNTKD. hr
a ml.i' KENT, PAIN* A CO.
PI \ >0 FORTES.
rnilE DRIOO’S PATENT PIANO-The heel Piano eslstlng- In
I sustslnrd passages the vocal effect of Mr. Drtgg'a patent ta
wonderful; It can ting with a smooth delicacy perfectly unattaina
ble on any other instrument.—rV. Y Tttnu.
For sale at P. II. TAYLOR’S Mualc Store,
f**I_Inn Main Street.
t1LOkVI-.lt POTS !
Float er Fofw ! ]
Float ■ p Fofw • [ J
Of all sites, for tale at KEKBKK * PARK’S Pottery,
_mhw Cor 12lh ar.dC.rv.la
Pv<4 RHLN.KKFINFDM II I II. tin.I Cut. loaf
*r\f ami Powdered, h.r sal. I v WM WALLACE RONS mbit
tie HHLN. A.Mud H. rOFFKEMLUAH, for sale by
WM. WALLACE SONS. _mbit
BKKAU UINEHS!
lirt-ntl Riser*ft
Urea l Hlw rail!
For sale at KEESEK I PARK’S Pottery,
mhW Cor 12th and Cary sis.
HWWP, f'OTTON A'DJrTKTWIYK recel.ing
far sal* hr JOHN N GORDON A HuN.
WALLAT*'* FI'RK NOIHtTIIN IVW
g WHISKEY, tor Mis k| WK WAUACK SONS. al |
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