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VOLUME 1)4. RICHMOND, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL IS, 18(50. NUMRER 0.4.
"Rk’MXOSD 1UII.Y WHIG.
TlUifl:
-4„.. |B *v^r Aouiua . ^«ai Weekly, $S . Weekly, $3 . *1
P RmlttAK *• W b< ’“•*** *l V * I
•*'* £ r^0 *,! ^ow wtv«r« ev1<Wr la lAkvo oo \h* sio^i of A
^rinUmPortoaccnutoto,^,. |
A«.jaa»re. ('*«»<») or Iran, one laaerUoa. !?
' * tfAch AihttlionAl lotertion . ®
Oaw coni* wt%bo«l Alter Alloa .•* ~
T&rto 4o 4o .™ ^
M t dO do T~ '
T* IT» *» 40 .” 2
Toelee month*.. ... .am *«
J- s. a iv^rtn. rretit Vo be enn»M-«ed by the month or year
V d on toe Manaacrtpf. or prerimnly agreed upon be
"I? h not marked on the copy fcr a specified urn
kl- .f*’ i* < <s will be continued until ordered out, and payment
•*_- * ^AncaaT-'inaaTj.- To arold any iul» understanding
*r ,| • Vriu. tl Vdvertieers, Ilia proper to elate iuUtutly.
*° .,, .ir privi;. .•ceontr . eten.t* to their Imiuedint* bueluea*. Heal
> L. /i >’id all ilher Ad- r.-tiaemrul* eenl by them to be an
•IT', a. .sinrjc aiiil i*o vwn.»lion.
• . — , .1 ■ ••:. >1 \ i nte* Adve.Uasmenta not to be
vrtei * the v.-ar. but to be charged at the ueual ratee, eubjeet
k!jch lieeouou ae shall be agreed upon.
fc.gr- .... Iter* and yearly sde .u~.s. generallr. engaging one
. •• ur « si'll’. ■: p' >d. of change, shall not, ou llielr
* , are-age In aosone week. Ifsert us.: I .n the amount
T , u.,,.l ,, o... standing rule under the e. niraei. and all eaeer
CA maMt In be chanted at the usual ratea.
*'•. ' • . •, . I. ite-1 In the M Weekly Vs lg at 1 o dgflti
, I, and 50 cent*
?tr’ , - . , ..mlimajoce, or if oeeklv. 7 5 cento
w;n. s!'i;i\i;ii:.\DK. isgii.
ki.s: mi it u sir.
(U. .»sa yruak-T, Ruuunas. Vs )
vfggufl h'rsale iho leilusring lt»t,of artlelen, of Isle nwn eJjm
\ r man
nt-.slr.usao.lf-p.-r Wmw,
. , jj vi Iron Stores fdi wood, IT rariettea,
?• - r Iron «t..v- s for wood,
l ist and .fleet Iren StoTea for real. In “
T* •• Hr d, mt li»* Burner, d sir-*a,
. p rtabte llua*eis, A **
pefSaale •.■are,
Ida-unl 'ladr.lor.
r.
s >un'.<: l p.**t tide furnace.
Licorice Boil* r*. <hr wood ami coal.) fl •*
)• ..-tab* ©v* a*. * “
Ac> ev.'.ly f... sale, the ru st popular IfftkVft*, RAN
fit- .t ' II ‘ ITL.U nos' made, and lawuriug places :»r lite »a'uc,
g . . fel9-d*dm
ntllCF iR 'llillV IIOO I'. — 1 have made the ah..»e #c
X pv 'dl. ' ■ M ru. own wear. The are Itouhle Nil. s. New
»1 •;* very lot./ L-c They a:e equally a<Upled lor Huntsmen,
j) •. -* *nd T, a-.. 4' ;■*. Alsu, a grnciai assortment of every
after aind worn, cheap ol
eeU VB WALSlf
_*M. b W1 UAH . (AMUtt V. RKIO
IVIU.I »f|*i * KF.IU,
PHODUCK
rommission Mt‘ivh;m(s,
a g. c, 'rf.vr.v ir.i nrrr szevsv strut,
fiarliinallt 0!tl*».
. . \l . slerit »T..Jtl« .', aadmgkg
j- 4l 4 nail VUvstui tut on CouwiuUIMCut* for tale, or
1'T< lisiiilisr bought and Stored on account ol pui chasera.
' Srl»-iltf _ .
•JMIK Mill AND HOT! LAI BOOU,
(NOT ton TUK l»*r ONLV.)
Nir Bobcn’cfihoat, By a Coatribwtnrlo “The Mlattk ’’
f . s clerful book pronounced by onu* s superior 1-* any similar
A •sub- it. lias passed to the Third k’JUiou ♦l."b.
Owtriuiilar. Itr kisiAu is i t This author rank* fi-*f In
Pi-n. v t f.is ..as are read ni .re than viy other author's. “Ttd# i
. .1 > 1 l. 1 » lac tin bed book." 91,iM
It ' Jury of Tlwrcluutl. Nath id.'., n of this elerant
■ora l< re*Jr N' t nnly a moot int -'-«ting story but the baud
a -u a of th • cost ever ta<ne.L This new edition U still an
U./bo uteisA ov.-r othi'cs In beauty of binding. fl.tin
I'.u- lions IS It 4| licet toil, k» Eoncvn Amur This I.
tl. H 4V,:» Coded I I'.oii, • >:.'ed by KcV. k V Kirk, ami is
c. .-very particular talc
Art Hot rc .tl.iua, richly illudiisb. I. containing Inotruc
h I l'- 40 V ..Ut I'a nL:ir. Sllt..|U. ‘to . W4\w,.rfc He'
. d in tael b all of the elegant accomi-tohmvlita ol the day.—
* .'411.... . b . I 1 .chose and in. *e who would become touch
tumalktsst 9i.Su
Hi,.. r.t|iii) of N l|.T..ui'».t-n 1.-1 lv n .lly »«
ki i. ls. one ol the best I.. fur youth ever published. "**c.
Ah ,rc for sale by all BookscUtra, ao,l lent by mall by the Pub
J. K. TII.TdN A COMP ANY, B aton
ki;iovi;d.
US A HAROAMIN.J . h.ve 1 ..d toll..!r Sew Store,
. >
wit. 1 ■- th* y h ss.- i- It : 1 . , s ■ ■ .or nU kind* ol
worg iu thdr Hue, su i- %s putting up every >1, -cripli m of Water
futures, Ifv.lr-4i.i4, IVtt.t Cl - ts. Baths, b. 1«. y look,ny Range*,
Pu .pe. Heir,Otic Kama. A- PuUio/ up f riable lias Wuras,
gtn:.c ui. build lies wnn gas pip. * and fiilaiiy
AllSi.rtOof til, Wort, tteonng.Ac.; hestlnc hulldtcf: with h d
air w iter ,.r steam Th,-v tab- this occasion i-» state that they
hive II,. biSl llot Air furnnee In th»nr iny other country, fchich
they will put up and warrant to give satisfaciiau.
A , «e %*., irtment . 'plain and fan y tlu ware, an.l flrs’es and
y , ». . sol 1 - tr
\HTint l lL TFIITH. W"~-*V
,nr 1 i/'/i* / n<" f'- 'v
ri. '.-I!.- above m |r ,.f making i- iii. and b- 4 J. . ”
.■ „i.re » itisllod of Its absolute »u|K'rl>4vhy over llie gold, silver
41 piatitia Method, he can with conBdence commend it to all who
nay J. ..re 1,111 r partial Sets of To. *h -and . tarciall.v to such as
•s ir he ,1,44.4b.she.f with those they are now usit,|r. In this process,
a file 'j.. non* to the sold plate are rem.-Ved —Ike si'tTluU be
fog (kri,. 1, 4,4 11 res r.uo’. rt ah.I stability to the tie—and the teeth
be t .1 dded In the natal, the rood is escuded from under o
p.,. rai . ni, and they are therefore >r, .oipar, cleaner, smoother
and la every respect better.
l. .... ,e*|uenee ,.f the perfb-t adaptation of the plate lo the
to .tl, ar.-i 1 he iip-tlon thereby iccured, lie ean insert one or more
’•* kM.' U claeo. end In all eel guarantee a perfect audsal
Wsrtory 8t. or no charge.
T* ,....... iilugbcrtad and r .aimer, Jeel by thoae stand
1 . ■■ -t O tbe prof 44 ,o. sertt- 4b"l Noith, t.-»tlmonlal* will be
V . -. a. 1 «j r -.unns 4 sbiblt.-.l t > anv who rosy desire lobe them,
te , I for i.e w, their old
pnsltw iiorlnthlah UalL
t»«« hnu^ fn.B. A to <ls. h-.un-NM t“ A wT W
rt>P A U'f NKIINIIIP NOTH E.
| HlVIt; |,(b. . ,! *ii! • , U, to,-Commission, flroeery
X ts4lk|i4 V. I Ths business will be eon
dseted lo th* tau, of J W MPk A biO. J. W NlPK,
No. jo. Mam .Street.
P. I take this opportunity to 1 •'urn my sln'erv thank* t» my
fttvndi, I.r tl.cir tiled ,1 shai * pa'run age during the last hrye
yssrs, aa isouot ‘ r t - 4 llseir csntlniswil fa eats
J*3 J W MfC
\v I K 1.1 N I \ AMOK I N INil KH LIiOK-N.—We lake
tod rh* publtc that we
k*». , 1 iu ■ ir. i'a ly r ..»• i«nggy,*u!ke* and »a
( « Ap. kes, handsulEcly t uned, ,f the lie t mountam hickory —
sso 441 y. d„ct 4 e...,d arti. 1. a] t! 1 it<lida manufactory.
van-lew. taylor a CO.,
t>) Mo -1 »l«tw «tr-rf.
•>fk M AI.K HIIIA. Mill 111 I I tits A. IN A NO. I
•It' I'lMll.r I s II I.RINt.. e N. C liroo. Ilerrlnv
»i.B t be fs.-n.ly . \ seeps cuuslnti'ly on h,ltd baled
dtr, as.ed Oats, Lai -d Itfcucks, Hrau, ttrownstud, hhipetulf. Cleave
list*, t'org, ss i a r-neral ais 'rtmeui ef 'he led select Pamtly
" • d'i Als. tb. ui si . e W'iuea. Hrsu.he*. i»ld Whiskeys,
* for laic cither wholesale or retail on th • moat rrs-bitiaVK
. . u.. .»T a t HiiiWV
Or o-ar iMmIi ••'A -.1*11 « - > ,n.l ?•>. ...
•) i k| | li Al.s till* kM> L Ukl » k •*.* I *»*■► 1.1* j
A*V/\J r». „»*. C «u i k>U»0 Coff.r
M bo i 1 Ual Su*r*r
I.t 1*. s aa, r*. ,r
Sii *■ rr* klimv.i'nca
li ali't*. H«cuu .**i i.-», SS.>u!.l>rt an.l Job**
For Mlc by
<4 !i. \.a J.thV-uVT TKI't HFARP A V AF*f)MAV
*.|1 ' k'l.N atK UllhKKk, kk kalak»>.h<»>
’’’ ' b- .: * » I, ,i. I to *uy Ihlurf of khr »ln4 «o br
•***4, br ,*i. by M la NW
'i’ll 1 w '"‘LK AMI 1-2 » bl» A Ilia.IMA It \ I
WHlbKAV. of auprrior uuoin, *i..l irriuiw kran*K U»
• • ».... ' - .... hr M li'U>
if»Ki h i siaot:* iiai:k a t o.,
!MH 201 ASP 20 J N 4TI1 sT , PIIILA.,
^VflOLKSALK I)KU(iG l STS
*»i- rtrnof 1'rra. 6 u 4 El.rtUb
WINDOW AM) Pl.ATF flUASR.
Af% fictu-rra of P AlSrS .4 r«rr> 4rao.u>'ioa.
,t *'.* ■ ■ it vjrtii** M**hU**T,l» rr*f*rctfully luritrU »a4
'r'-' Pakrvnay. *.Bdt*<f -ktt- A—
1 )l.o AA S AMI a | I/riV ATOMS, vie !u»lU kbr at
J k«au«»t.*' aiuirr, n our! *ryn t-ck o'th* *buvr irnplrmraka.
MS P4IMKR SOS' » «Vk
\ lll.lklA 'tall vr\IS HA I kkiaiNKA.-i'
' *-*»“J. KrllV’ K> Wbi**, on . u.iirnnirrit aa4 for »alr by
V* AtAKY A LIP*Q»\ia_
' •* »; r v b i. i: i. i i t; i t i;,
A Drlighliul Pa-rfuui.*
For tho i landkcxvlneC
IT
Kroak bank, A KiKtlC,
L O .1 DO X.
0« IkAad, and for Mi* b*
CLt'lMbKN,
96 AlaH !«r-r'.
|!OK|».|:k ATnlts ASU A* ATbKl uutln«>.
» *_ ' l>«,, jjm rrr«l»*<l an *., t.rl.nrDt of akcMgrrotor* an.l
„ J*b,rra of thr mat »• pr o*tJ p,l.uu, of 4Trr*«» nor a no
*no«» Trim.
r*** **4 »«4 t amain*.
Wil. F. im.tR A SON.
No 1* P*'*rl S»
'I’KIAi, STALK ul' HITS RAH Ul‘5.
i., Al H? Y|i*lu Sfrr*f.
, '""ijA - f U.f Uhr.-ij Fitbluv of M ATS an-f CAPS, Iff
* • ' • f. I If.r aatro'b.n ^
IOIIN THOMPSON
( | * ® "KlTISli. bi •1 )F .rUU<iW BriUU| *» sort'd, I
►. 1# m. hrt lus’liiMY*' with * fail buppljr al liaw
* le^aC.Jy,H frvux Ihr BtauUdarm *Uvl l«r Mir
# C J aM>T0N M CO.,
. ln|Hkrtrr« of H %f Jtir**, • 1 'Itui ii
I)'"**.
TC*. ax J
*.... toilct srrs
tnJLJ* *°» 'P-ff. of r*tcO» laapo.I»bo0, » cbok* a»*M of
L ToUrl s,t* «| far: U, f. »tt« ro*. *n 1 ratty luff a
'•■roajc aiiro
04 Wl r. M'TLAB ISON.
’ |k 19 Pr«rl mnM.
pH.'*1 H AS II Pall a l ots. W» w»oa WbSaor
liO b*»*..« prtar p.jlato., prt Schr Truro, O'.rrrt
■s'bffeoC*, kr It* J. lou Ao *oH V u.-cbaorra. by
tu.,i M a IMBW1U1
T^®*® H ATW.—t' 0 To t i a '*•*• *>i*. Curu4 l oudly
®» a*M by
a CHaILB T. WOSTITAM 400.
CLOTHINO AT WHOi»ALB.
tlf K are now prepared to show country Merchant! a much i
Vf larger, more attractive and cheaper *tock of
s*JUIN(-J Cr,()THING
than heretofore lia. ing Important advantage* In the par
of our good*, moat extrusive preparation* and an exp*
ileii c of mar« than twenty year* In the manufacture and
- lie of Cl th:i We l.' tieve we offer more drairable ilyles, and bet
ter workmanship f r the same, or lower price* than any other
house in the trade 1‘evotl g the whole of our attention to thl*
branch of bn*-- r»a alone, and determined to build up the trade of
our ci-y, we <-il r a* great inducement* as those of any bouse lu
any market In this country.
ulMl KKrV, BA1-W1S k WILLI A MR.
ITBING ANDSm.WBR CLOTHINfl.
WM. IIIA SMITH, 114 MAIN ST ,
ntc now In ttore cl his own manufacture, a very larg- and
deslrabl- stock of Gentlemen and Bovs’ Fashionable Cloth
I..g, consisting Of all the newest style garments aud latest styles of
Fabrics, to which 1 would Invite the attention of the patrons Hav
Ui : long experience and g.eat facilities for catering for tlda mar
ket, | think I can offer such a sunk at cann.it but give entlr* sat
1st a. 11. 1 will sell you a good article at (air pilces, well made,
la*tdy cut, an I lu the latest style*.
A » til hi all 1 ask t»> convince ynu that T mean all I say.
M,; WM JKA 8MIPH, 114 Main ■*..
1C 1411 MO\ i> .71A HE 4 LOTHIMi,
Incroaseil Faoilites.
fJIHK n . * r «*r has* been manufacturing Clothing In the
A itv • Richmond v t**nty year*. anJ ha* at this
I will, lu (lj
the n< \t o.i t ilt or two, make large additions to that hum* ■ .la.
b**r. Havimc taken the story over bis store especially for iuhbu
faciuriug purpose*. he is detenuiii* d to make any article lu the
cl>■ ■' J*? b* that >hall compare lu every respect. with clot! ug
m4>1e In Northern cltbs, and he asks the patronage of his old
fneuds and tliv public generally, n view of the fact Uiat he is As
in*: etupioymeu lu our u.id»l to a Urge number of mechanics tud
w. rU.v females, ah ' ni ght ahtrvwe sutTcr for the necessaries of
life llehss the bs-*t <»f cutters, aud material* uot to be iurpu»
ed by sitv hou«e lu the country.
Maryland, Virginia, Carolina* and Oe**rfta Caasltneref un i
T«- «b of all gr ;de« and colors. Strictly a Hoalhm Manufaet ir*
In? House, as all shall be sttlsfl -d by a per* mal inspection of uot
what he luten la to do.but what he has been doing for years past,
► . U dKklNCU, Clothier and Tailor,
mh3 Corn. Main aud lith sis., Richmond, Va.
Bovs’ Olothimr!
Boya’ Clothinir!!
J’I’ST opened x large assortment uf Boys’ Clothing suitable for
Spring xn.I Sommer:
Black Cl. th Coats
|i.. d> Cassluicre Pants
IK. Fancy do Coals
Iki de do hull
la. do do Jack, t,
lb. Blue Cloth do
Ik; Black do do
Ho tiii'c do do
ll„ hid.ls and lll.ic*
Ikj Su.peiid. r-i and fie*
ik. Plain sad Fancy ' ests
For sale low, by
(VUSRAOOTT, HARRIS A CO,
So - css ..a l.. Merchant, Wclslger A Co.
tnhS.1 N< 11 J Main St
ISM, FOB iMiU.
ppillSti CLOT J ISO, 81 M'lKR CLOrii’NO
tivhiO OlOTNINO, CHE iP CLHtHlNU,
► INKCLoruiNI). WKAIH.K CLOTHINU.
BOTb CLOTHINU, aud NEttRO CLOTHINU,
rut tr
Ui.vmvoAn Xr Millm.’o
I 111 M.iin Slr<*. t.
mr or Will find Clothing, of Til KIR OWN WANT? ACTrRP. tint
I cannot t*»-vurvaon-i in any iusrt«t. W*» will keep constantly
•• n %r. I iliirl *he Spring an I summer ••>ntt>* a full *1 *ck of eve
ry hr-g that k* pt 111 tl.r-»'m'I-g I • e. Our £»odx have been got
ten up > v with «*p* ial reference t«« the retail trade. Mid our
m..it., ¥ % .. r .< regards FI I*. 0TYI.K and WORKWASfflilP.—
Suite >.r « «|* • U ; lo odor, of different piece* and <iual tie*, to fl*.
alls es Co*u, Pind, Vests nr Fhirt* made to order nt do.rtno
tic*. Please five us * call ol i l'J. mhr> HMPSON i MiLLKK.
NOTH'K.
OPR «*.«* i f lta.1) B.ilr t'lollilllt, K.\ 9( M*lo (L,
• rluirviMli Mr. II. WIIITI.OOK, 4:1 J Wc will conlluue lo
keep uur la:» N-x 1W Mxiti st.. where wr will be
l>lr.u. ! «•> our cuu -nicn xii.ltb.- i>ub!n- I11 ir. ii.T.I, h*i iu*
n x.lv wrrxii.-' iuriiU to u*. ofwrturr cor .Intliiiijj here, mil »t
.re ).rv;i .rvl In reeeiv- or<lvr. ul xny klt><1 to be inxde u|> In the
1,. .:y'i . ,nd it .1. >ri notion, thir winter «!••• k. wo will offer xl
redu . : trice* to make iwa far ftprint Slock, Cxll »t
j.,« t. MORRIS A CO., 100 Mxln »t.
I ''I'RKlS. _R K1'U*
IIU. NOTICE. lift*.
E. I>. K KKLING,
TAILOR AND CLOTHIER,
No. I j« Unltt Mr.-cl,
n VS just retur.d i.-k-m New York, and is now prepared to ev
► the ruv»*t attractive stuck of good* that he has » ver had
the p>. asure of offering to hi« friends and the public, consorting In
part of
CLOTH5, CASSIMEKES AND VESTING8,
of the ue«»'‘ viytea. x * h he wi'i make to order In the most ap
proved !.. iruier. Fits warrorted t > please In all cases.
Ai«0,
In »• r and receiver, a cIhw s.iirMonof gent's, ysuthT and
I'hilkll ,U'I
KEADV MADE CLOTiIit.0,
of every rr.it* vi 1 itvle
lil'.vrUMIN'd rCRNlSMNO l.OilOd,
, . . . .- .. ..I Inxweri; M> rloo
Shirt- mid ol good
, | b. KKI LING, N ISA Ma n stre t.
f*t4» Till' 1*1 Kl.lt . In i->n.. .tuencc of the unpmcedenl*
A ed >»* *< **f “Our .M del Shirt,*' we have m&dc arrange
m**nt*, r*1 h « it h(.rcloh''e iiupix.'wdbie, on account of the ►•re .t
demand »** »< w \ .rk)to«#/u n - have * Ur/e supply of this |*>po
lar rfliiii «*u hand. In ev»rv unrly of sltleaud (piality, so that
ih-.N- v-TiJiux onl.n Midi now have th. m tilled regularly and with
i . . t -
we » I ic*p -etfullv rail th#* .u.T.th-n of those who have not
-eeu Our »• cvamlnxti<>u, and they t .ji1 omc COOliiu'*
I that .t.«the • mt‘*2 JnrtiUi Shu < «•. i og.red
f r»r sale. Weareals«» prepared to make to order from setentllic
ru. a- •» at sh »rt noth***, and at reduced nrlctS We have oo
• . un„ * .1 d. d* a Me -tt • k .( t.FSlLFVIFN i* ITRS’ISMINO
which embraces everything pertaining lo the buaiuetj,
And which viil he d. e4 at g* • »tl v r. du. cd prices.
M l liThY AN 1’ A MAOWIKP,
au2o No. SI W.un street, Richmond, Va.
C.aru«‘ mill a(lra«-ln <* of
kRIIIMI i N II SIMM K It l> It \ I.OOD S.
i: k i:»: i> i: 4 A r o \ .
HIM All STREET.
MAVK h»*en opeolug during Hi*- past two w- els, an.) are now
prepared to olh-r, a complete ass rtm- nt of
hTAPLh ANI» F AMOY bUOlM.
They * .11 call par* , *Ur atleiPi*»»» to many large lots of F »r
» . . • 15 who'h will he •‘•1*1 at prices much !« aer than those t.f
f r - aAoui. We meuUoii a few only of the uiust allroti%e
articles
Fnglish BKKKdO, hi immense variety;
Fit. hand French UKKKGK KOBW,
4 to In VOLANTS;
A v y targe as* rtiufUloflMI.KS, ofrnrjr variety of ilyl •, at
. to 3* per « * MvV »he eo^t of Importation.
Freo h piintrd JAOONKTS at. ! OK(U>DIB>.
T’.A V KLl.ING liRJiSbt titHllM *.f »*very des. riptlon.
Spring DRLAlNKb and I'il Vl.LIFH
French an-i India hlULALl) SI1.KS, smoc entirely iiew n1 h »nd
Our stock of l> >a»estlc STAPLK UOUOB, has ^never been more
extensive
NK«ictO CLOTHING, »f every grade.
Am. nest th Us: uamed, we w-.ui 1 call the special attention of
buyers to some very large lots of Vlrgliiia and Georgia Plain iv I 1
S:r . I 06HABCKGS, utid a large variety of other artists* ol
Southern tuauufaciure. BKKK1>KN A FOX,
mhl4 ill Broad btreet
OlltXKOI XILL Rl( IIMOMM.HOI Mi VS
^ TMC The Kubscribor ha* Sarnestly labored for the past foul
years taexclud* N- —them Ground Plaster.hy the establish merit ol *
7/ Mi 7, arid supplyinif an arth !e *uper r »o any received frou
d»e North, and . Uitus a perfect success, lie begs leave to returti
thank- to hG patrons, and a<*ksto inform all Interested th »t h>*
nas completed his insprovementa that will enable him t<* supply any
h uand that may arue. Ills dock of Lump is heavy, (btsed upon
the eo rmou»ly increased use of a superior article), selected from
the povvtt Windsor (Nova j*cotU) quarri**, with special reference
to tU riv '.new In ;*A./fr ./ /.i'/.-t. The reputatiou of his bran 1
diall be sustained at every effort aad cost, a«d he ask>. only an es
tH-rir;i-i tal trial I those who have uot ni-4«le application of this
ixi'u it-u Vi h .iec. JOHN if. CLAIBORNK,
jals—btu No. 11 Pearl it
€.ui:\m: kxtk.U'Tok,
»-a sKE..vigo
PAI\T TAB, WAX,
os axy xisp or
G K E A S E,
tuna iu. (urn* or
SII.K AN'l> WOOl.EX DRESSES,
and FROM
I >rOti< inoi ii*. * ocr
ir*M< rU lls <$iiyKU*t injury Up tk</tUn •«.*.
' IIHfS art) l- l.u been used by many persons throughout tfc
I i.iaiui y, suJ !>«• reedved thehl^heii recommendations, it
also t% rti%« «1 !?.*• silver medal at the laat Mechanics' Fair. It U
m.tl u thsei’.y, and observes the patronage of the S*uth. To be
had of the principal drucytats and at my laboratory, corner Maiu
andl'^h-'-, Kichnjoud, Va. h'DA'ARDT. FINCH,
Analytical Chemist.
ClaARKSOI A INIIfiRSOII,
H IM mmkm sir ci, »«u luntMi.i, \ ir^inia.
1*11* OH TICKS r HARDWARE, CCTLERY, GUNK, Ac, have
. for Safe
4"*«* d -a Po-ket Knives,
•*0»a» seta Knives arid Fork*,
.'*» dos. Ivory Table and Dessert Knlres,
I«s» ** Filled * •* Foiks,
.Hon ** Shoe and Butcher Knit a,
l«iU “ K. liters, Wades ami Butcher* Razors,
V) " Razor Strops,
sfMi ** 8eisK*fiatul Shears,
ftross tifuilrt pointed Screws,
¥« no d**t. Butt, Table, and other Hinges,
f**i setts Bed and Furniture Castors,
-*** d a Kim, Fad. Ch* »t and Stuck Locks,
l.Vl Tea and Table spoons,
.VH 5- (#ri:bu‘» Horse Shoe Malts,
kejfs hammered Horse Shoes,
ton* Iron Axles.
5U,0UM Can age and Plow Bolts, Ac., Ac.
They are al«o Agnus for Fairt*snks Scales.
C. GENNE t7”
DEALER IX
WATCHEN, JEIVELKV
AID
S I Tj V K R \V ARK.
E a k I r Square, HI a i 11 Street,
KKIPIOM). VA.
EVKRV DKdCKU-nON Of
W A T O 11 K S .
In Gold and Silver Oases,
RICH DIAMOND JEWELRY,
I'OIKO, OiUlL LAVA AND PKlItL NKI'*,
*IM EK TEA SET*,
Pttcber*, Spooun ami Forks
SILVER PLATED ICE PITCHERS,
hpooiu, Forks Ludles' Ar,« Ac.
tuh T *__
WM. SATTLKK & C0.7 ~
VO. I II, 11AM KTKEET,
UllUiluN U, V A.,
DKALCR!* 1. -
<U«, P*)*e*Te' Mil IrtiaU' MaUriaie
Varutahv'.W.tie L.iJ lUlUrP^Dfai.UI and vilerColbr*
bngtlto, If'Bcb. »nj Inurtojo fagtartogi
LitiK.7rBf.-hJ tuit.bU for i.rrvlan PailiUng
filuU lor l'»ll. bomaxor P .luting
Math, uaucai liuiruiocou for ArihllecU Mid lOflDUfl
Irrail and CugtUh Drawing Paper
WinJet r anJ Sewron'i Tube Ooion
log tier, and Herman prepared Can reel
Retort f-B»je and Gill a0Hidings eee. (•«$<)
RICHMOND WHIG.
[From the Xatlonal Intel!'fencer of .Vom/av]
THE DIFFICULTY BETWEEN MESSRS. FRY UR
AND ruTTER—CORRESPONDENCE UF THE PAR
TIES AND THEIR SECONDS.
In coaMqaer.cc of the iitimerour ful* rumors which
have been industriously circulated through the Northern
press, the un h reigned leern it proper to make the lollow
iug publication :
The subjoined correspondence took place in conse
quence of certaiu wotds littered iu the House of Repre
sentatives between Mcs.-re. Pryor aud Potter. Mr. Hind
man, as appears tiom hi* memorandum, (marked A ) be
ing compelled to return home, Mr. Keitt received I ruin
Mr. laiudtr Mr. Potter’s lirst uote, with the uuderetand
ing that he was to hand it to Mr. Miles, who delivered it
to Mr. Pryor. As Mr. Lfluder distinctly stated to Mr.
Keitt that Mr. Potter n»ntd not If are the Itmtrict, it win
deemed pro|>er, lor obvious reasons, and to guard ugaiust
interruption In the uttair, that some other than a member
of Congress should hear the challenge to a hostile meet
ing in the Ihxtriet, to Mr. Potter. Mr. Chisman, a nou
rcsideut of Washington, then assumed the place of acting
friend f r Mr. prvor. Mr. Miles advised with him
throughout, entirely concurring with him iu eyory step
up to the tenriltia'iou of the correspondent^! <»u their
part, and has desired to make this public statement of his
position. T. P. CHISM AN,
WM. PORUUEit MILES.
Silt • Will you have the kindness to designate a place,
outside the l>i-tricl of Columbiu, and the time, when
and where there may be a lurthcr correspondence bv
tweeu ur.
I have the honor to he, very re pectfully, Ac.,
HUGER A.' PHYUR.
llou. John F. Potri a.
Memorandum.
On to-day, at " o’clock ami ten minutes, I met Mr.JPoi
ter iu one ol tin- sitting rooms of the lion-* of Represen
tatives, and delivered to him Mi. Pryor’s first note, a
copy of which marked “A,” is iu Mr. Pryor’s possession.
Mr. Potter opened the note, which was unsealed aud read
it I then inquired at what lime his answer would he
communicated; towh'nh lie replied that it should be at
his earliest convenience, but perhaps that would not be
before morning.
At a o’clock, hearing rumors of a probable arrest of
the panic.', J met Mr. Potter in the same loom, and in
tunned him ol tliosc rumors, and also that Mr. Pryor had
gene our of this District to avoid arrest, lie said that tie
would endeavor to avoid arre-i, but could not leave im
mediately, lest his wife, who was at the time iu the gulh
ry, should be alaiuiid.
At this anne interview I informed Mr. Potter that I
was suddenly < ailed home hy sickness iu mv family, ami
that llou. L. M. Keitt would act iu my stead. 1 had just
previously notified hii|j ol this iu writing.
Aptil II, IstSO. T. C. lllNDMAN.
A fill i. 11, 18C.0.
Sir : Your t.o’.e of this dale, received by the hands ol
Him. Thos. ('. Hindman, invite* a “correspondence,” to
be hereafter conducted outside of the District of Colum
bia, evidently to avoid o.i your part certain |>ena!lies ini
[io-ed by law. 1 reply that the constitution of Wisconsin
allow- me no escape from the consequence* of such a
“ correspondence ” a* you seem to cent- uiplnte, wherev
er it may he conduele'd. 1 therefore inform you that
suedi “ further correspondence ” as you may wi-h to make
may be delivered eo tuy friend, Col. I’. W. Lauder.
I liuve the honor to !«•, very lespeelfuiiv, your <>b«
dient servant, JNO. F. POTTER.
Hou. Rum it A. Pkyok.
Viroisia, April 12, In Ml.
Sir: Iu order to lie assured that I do not misappre
hend the preeite impoit of your note by Mr. Lander, I
b< g to inquire if you will accept a challenge from me in
the District ot Columbia.
1 have the honor to be, very respectfully, Ac.,
Hou. Jobu F. Potter. ROGER A. PRYOR.
April 12, 1880.
Sir ' It there be any ambiguity in my note of last eve
mug, after the explauutiou by my ft lent!, Col. Lan
der, to your friend. Col. Kvitt, Us night, and Mr. Chis
inau to day. which I understand lie made, I beg to say
that 1 will answer the iuquiry contained iu your note of
to-dav when a challenge shall reach me.
1 have the honor to be, very respectfully, A.’,
TT in Roger A. Pryor. J.\t». F. POLTEIL
Not*—Imir. -dial dy on receipt of the above,! deliver
ed the following no!e wub which « had beep fqrt.ished
by Mr. Pryor in advance. T. P. < 'll l it Ah'.
Virginia, April 12, 18l)0.
Fir: 1 d. maud the satisfaction usual among gentlemen
for the personal affront von off. red me iu debate, and
lor which you were plei-ed to avow your responsibility.
I have the hoiior to he, verv respet (fully,
ROGER A.' PRYOR.
Hon. John F. Pojisr.
P. F. M, tuenJ. Mr. Chism tn will deliver this note.
{?• A. P.
April 12. 7j P. M.
Hon. Mr. Chism vn— Fir : Using to my not being able
to find Mr Poiter, (tn article iu the Star causing him to
chance his place o| meeting ; 1 am compelled to r. quest
you to await a reply to the note you have favored me
with lor a short space ot time, say for a few hours.
1 am, mo.il i.qiccUully yours. Ac.
>. W. LARDER.
April 12, i860.
Sir: Your sccoud note of to-dav is received. 1 refer
you to my friend, Col. F. W Hinder, to make the neces
sary arrangements.
1 have ‘.he honor to be, Ac.,
JOHN F. POTTEIL
Hoi. Ruokr A. Pryor.
Washinoton, April 12,(11J r. v.)ISi‘.0.
Sir: I hare to state that my principal, Hou- John F.
Potter, disclaiming the particular rules of the code, will
tight Hon. Roger A. Pryor with the common bowie
kuife, at such a place, private room or open air, iu this
District, as we may agree upon; at a lime lobe lived
within the next twelve (12) hours by you and myself;
distance four leet at commencement of engagement.—
Two seconds to be present to eucli principal. Seconds
restricted to one navy revolver each. Knives of princi
pals of equal weight and length ol blade. Fight to com
mence at the word three, (3.) The calling of the tallv
aud word as betwecu the principal .seconds to he decided
by turning a piece of money.
1 have the honor to he, most respectfully,
E. W. LANDER.
Hon. T. P. Cuts man.
\V.vsniM.ros, April 12, 1800.
Sir: Iu response to the demand of my friend, Mr.
Pryor, for “the satisfaction usual among gentlemen”
trom your friend, Mr. Potter, you state that your prin
cipal, “ disclaiming the particular rules of the code,
will tight Hou. Roger A. Pryor with the common bowie
kuife," Ac., A ■. Not recognizing this vulgar, barbarous,
uud inhuman mod-* of settliug difficulties as “either usual
among gentlemen” or consistent with the notions of ci
vilized societv, I must, without referring your communi
cation to luy prtnci| a', (or even seeing him.)emphatically
refuse to allow him to engage iu it.
Whenever your principal will reply to Mr. Pryor’s de
mand in such a way a-may seem to be consistent with
of the code"—whether “particular” or gcnaral—1 .shall
be most happy to cominuuicule to my piiucip.il su:h a
response.
I hare the houor to be, most respectfully,
T. 1*. ClllSVAN.
CoL F, W. I.ANGER.
Washington, April 13, 3 A. M.
Sir: Your note is just received. Without replying to
the term* of iudiguation which seem to pervade it, 1
w ill simply suy that my principal detests aud abhors the
barbarous aud inhuman mode of settling difficulties
“usual among gentlemen," termed duelling, lie repre
sents his cons uueiits in the following manner: lie as
sir:.* aud maintains his right to present on the tloor of
Congress, w ithin parliamentary rules, any matter which
he believes to be correct.
Called upon by note to reply to your principal, he has
made his suit* incut. As his friend, I have presented it.
You objeet to the terms. They were such as would alouc
enable my principal, who is uuacquamted with the usual
weapons of duellists,to meet vour friuid on equal terms,
lie will not go out o! this District to tight a duel, lie
waive* the usual last resort of the non-duelist—the asser
tion that he will defend himself wherever assailed. He
ereu goes so far as to be willing to name time, plate and
mwg/oi'x. when at this stage ol the affair you appeal to the
strict torm.i ol the code, and express yourself dissatisfied.
Theie is but one result. 1 disclaim auy of the scruples
which have actuated uiy friend, Mr. Potter.
Differing with him as much as a man can in politics, I
believe with him that every American citizen is entitled
to the full expression of opiuiou.
1 therefore present myself iu his place, without restric
tions. i
I have the houor tube, verv respectfully,
f. w. lander. ,
Hon. T. P. Ciiisman.
Washington, April 18, 1860.
Sir: Neither my friend, Mr. Prvor, nor myself have
anv personal marrcl with you. I iuuuot, therefore, jier
tuit him or myself to take auy advantage of your cour
teous off. r to substitute vourself in Mr. Potter’s place.
A* Mr. Potter, “who is," as you state, “unaquaiuted
with the usual weapons of duellists,” cannot meet my i
friend “on equal terms" in the District of Columbia ex
cept with the “common bowic knile," (which mode of J
fighting 1 have iciu-ed to accede to,) And as he “will not t
go out of the District to fight a duel, and moreover I
"waives the u-u»l last resort of the nou duelli-t, the a*- (
-ertiou that he will defend himself wherever assailed,"
1 must brmiuatc this correspondence with the expres- I
sion of my regret that we have been unable to adjust ,
the matter between our principals in the manoer “u»ual
among gentlemen," whit a manner, though your princi- j
pal "detests and abhors it," as “barbarous ami inhuman,"
would seem to ram of plain sense not more so than a
tight with l.-owie knives.
I have the honor to bo, very respectfully.
Col. F. W. Lander. T. P. Clil.SMAN'.
Washinotov, April 13, I860 S A. M. *
Sir: I received your last note at liulf- p.i.ut seven o'clock
this morning. In it you reiterate your assertion that vour
priicipnl shall not moot Mr. Potter with Lottie knives,
mating assurauce douhly sure.
1 have to correct an impression I have apparently con
veyed in my lust letter—an expression also referred to in
your note. It nppeuvs that my statement that "Mr. Pot
ter waives the usual last resort of the non-duellist—the
tisac -lion that lie will defend himself wherever assailed”—
has ,ed you to believe that he will not defend himself if
assaulted. This is a mistake. If for the time he waived
the mere ax.urliim, and placed hiitigelf, so far as he
could, at the disposal of Mr. Prvor, in regard to a per
sona combat, by no means believe that be will not deft-u l
himself.
I leg to assure yon, without consulting with my prin
cipal, that be will protect hims-lf with honor wherever
assailed. It also becomes nty duty to inform you that
Hou. John F. Potter did not know of my otlVr to appear
for him.
Thu lurther remarks of your letter being mere e^pres
sious of opiniqu upon « mode ol adjusting ditlicubies, the
propr oty of which wc arc not discussing, I have nothing
to offer in reply,
I have the honor to be most respectfully,
F. W. LANDER.
Hon. T. P. Ciiismas.
A CARD FROM MR. CHISM AN’.
In further explanation of Mr Pryor’s position in the
controversy with Mr. Potter, I dcouj it proper to make
public the following notes, which,though never delivered,
have an essential benriug on the transaction. The first
note was handed to me by Mr. I’ryor in Alexandra, and
at his urgent entreaty I agreed, against my own judg
ment, to deliver it to Mr. l’otter, but which, ou reaching
Washington, in deference to the earnest and unanimous
remonstrance of the lion. Messrs. Lunar, Keitt, and
Miles, I determined to take the responsibility of with
holding :
Virginia, 12 o’clock, April 13, 1860.
Sir I avail myself of thejcarliest moment after a re
port fiom my friend, Mr. Chisinau, to send you this
note.
In consequence of the impossibility of communicating
with me, luv Iriend has been compelled to proceed with
out conference in the several stages of this controversy.
He has acted in my behalf lrom the highest impulses of
honor, tint in obedience to the rules which govern the
conduct of gentlemen in the settlement of personal dilli
cullies. Nevertheless, [ cannot hide his decision.
II fore formally accepting vour terms of combat, I
must re xd the intimation conveyed in the note of your
friend, Mr. Lauder, to the effect that I am seeking in
sonic way to restrict your liberty of speech as a lb prv
sei utivo. Ido not question your privileges in that rt i
:• it >1. 1 f to vii ii< Rle my .. tranter
rant in the oltioinl report ol’ tin* debates in the House of
Kcprcsanlatives, mid for which you refilled any apology.
l’rote.-ting against tlie term- of eombat you oiler—1st,
because llniv do not nll'ord me the “satisfaction usual
among gentlemen,” which von engaged to accotd me by
your acceptance of my challenge; 2dly, because they are
inhuman atrocious, and repugnant to all the sentiments
of a civilized commimi'y; I’.dly, In-cause, by reason of
your greatly 8U|ieiior size ami strength, they deny me
every condition of equal eneounter—ueveithclc.-s, 1 do
accept your terms, and will light you as you propose.
Jl) friend, BJr. Chisman i- nuthorbed to nrrsi.ge the
details of time and piaiv.
before concluding I must assure you that in tin- use of
every weapon save one—the pistol—you have at leostaas
unch ex| erience and expert ness as myself.
To thi- note I require a reply in your own name.
I have the honor to be, verv respectfully,
ROGER A. 1’KYOR.
lion. doH.N f Hon aw.
Mr. Pryor, on returning to Washington, being unable
to timl a friend who would carry the above note, handed
mu the following, which I agreed to deliver ti) Mr. Pot
ter :
April 11, ltfou.
Silt: I seize the earliest opportunity after my return to
this city and mi examination of the correspondence b.
tween Mr Istnder aud Mr. t'hi-mun, in reference to the
difficulty between ns, to respond to the intimation con
veyed in tour second's Inst note.
Vltbourh your prnpo*t-d terms of spiu.hat were rijecl
ed l>v mv friend without conference with me, yet 1 have
no alternative now hut to submit t« hi* dcri-mti. I :-nd,
however, in y our rathe:- iigein- .nt aud . mptinUe procla
mation ol a purpose to defend yourself against attack,
some faint |iOssibilitv of a settlement of the controversy
between us. Acting on that uggestimi, I ln-g to iufonu
you that if you will within the next three hours, name
a particular time aud designate some place out of the
thorough fares and most frequented portions of the city
with a xmw to escape interruption and to avoid injury to
oilier perron*—I wdl afford vou an opportunity to re
deem the vaunt with which you parade your resources of
sitf-defenco. • our oheoient scream,
ROGER A PRYOR
Mv fiU-tid, Mr. Chisinau, will deliver this note.
R. A. P.
Hon. .1 Ills E PilTTFR.
When nu my way to d liver the above to Mr. Potter,
to luy Miipti*<-, I was authoritatively informe I that tic
hid been arrested ami put under bonds to keep the peace.
After tliie, I could, of course, present no m )> couupuut
cation to him. T- P. CllI-MA.».
HEEAl I.TINt; .-snERIEEsT
We copy, by r<quest, ir>un the Krainintr of the j-jud
ult., the following report of the remarks of Mr. Dicfcin
son, of Prince Edward, pending the consideration in the
House of Delegates of a bill to relieve the securities of
tin- Sheriff'of Norfolk comity, from the payment of dam
ages adjudged against them, on account of the default of
their pi it eipal:
Mr. Di.kinsoii opposed the passage of the bill. He
said the legislation of this session had inaugurated a sys
tem oftelicl lor the securities of the defaulting Sheriffs,
which, in his judgment, was dangerous nml ruinous.—
He did not share iu the responsibility—he had uniform
ly oppose J it, and should continue to do so. W<- arc
last removing the safeguards which the wiser legislation
of our predecessors had eudeavored to throw around the
public revenue, by withdrawing the inducements which
the securities have for holding their principals to the
prompt, punctual, and faithful discharge ot their duties.
The balances duo from the defaulting officers have been
made the bas'u of the Auditor’s estiuiau-sol the incoming
receipts, to meet the current expenses, and the existing
and prospective indebtedness of the Stab-. In every
appropriation (lavish as they have been) which this legis
lature has made, with more than prodigal hand, these
judgments and estimated balances have been paraded
before u.u, as reliable means to meet in part tlie.se extrav
agant appropriations. And yet, day alter day. we have
been voting away the damages included in these judg
ments, which are as much a part ol the judgment debt
as the principal itself. We seem to have constituted
ourselves into a great eleemosynary corporation, to re
lieve tin- distresses (real or apparent) ol those who ap
peal to our sympathies, to discharge them from obliga
tions voluntarily assumed—at the very time when we
have increased, and are hourly increasing the public debt
to an alarming extent. With an existing debt of more
than #31,0-iit.tlOO, wo huw at the present session, made
sdditiot al appropriations tif about $7,00ii.0tJti more, (to
which i ’ we add the Slate's share as a slock holder it) tbts
James River and Kanawha (Jo , of tiie money authorized
to be borrowed on mortgoge of the Company’s works, it
will be sit or 1o,oim,ikiu more,) thus creating an indebt
?'JUCS9, uir mu ui which win ucvc« uu tri-u uj uur cmi
dren nor our children’# cli ldren.
1 hold in my hand a statement from the fust auditor's
jllice, v’hich dhows that thora are hut 18 counties iu the
Commonwealth in which there lias been 110 default, and
these defalcations amount iu the aggregate to upwards of
s lS8,iM'<i. This statement may U-, und 1 have no doubt
s, inaccurate in some reijiects; and small balances are
reported in others, which may not properly he regarded as
lefalcatious. Iu the ease ot the Shcrill'of my own coun
tv, tboie appears a small balance of about si.'at; when,
u reali y, there was due hint a larger sum lor insolvent
tickets inadvertently paid into the treasury, and which
le is entitled to have refunded. Vet, noiwiiliMauding
.hose small errors, uitd accidcuial balances, it dues reveal
t startl ng state of things; to which 1 most respectfully
uvitc the serious consideration of this House.
The statement to which I have before relerred, shows
i balance ou the 1st October lust, due from the Sheriff,
)f $17.2311 00, ou which a judgment has been obtained,
uni which the audi'or has listed as assets; and gentlemen
ti advocating this till have informed the House that
ihere U still unpaid of that judgment $8,200 OU.
We have embarked upon a hue of dungcrous precc
Jcnts, the eud of which I am unable to foresee. And,
vhatever may be the judgment of the majority here, this
ivstein of legislation shall not go out to the country,
viihout at least one humble warning voice being raised
n sole nn ur d earnest protest against it.
At this session al- ielease the damages;—ut the next
vc may be asked to r.lease the debt itself.
Let us beware, lost iho errors of to-day may become
he controlling preced.nts of to-morrow. “Ubsla princi
>iis" it a wise maxim, and I respectfully commend it to
he consideiltion of this General Assembly.
TRYM>NE
IN YOUR PARLOR.
A THOROUGH tett of twenty five years has proven beyond a
t\ Juibt tlial no oae can buy a
CHEAPER, BETTER OR SWEETER
pmo-roim:
ban at V P. NASH i CO S
HUNOKKlut of recoiiinKTnlatory letter* that we
*ve received from our punbasers conclusively
rove that »e have not only U.e auana ot relltiiy at
he LOWEST R ATKS, but ttr advantage ofSELACT
Nt* U>< VERY HAST.
Our Hunt • re'Lxkas andlscarxsi.su, and lids certainly affords
j -very advantage to be (hatred.
Tlie majority of our sales are tHsocor oaorn, which ts a perfect
y tale node, as we Incur all rt sponstl.lllty of ph asloy.
We hnvs now another FLESH and LA Hu v STOCK i-i seme of the
ERY HUY. A. P NASH A CO ,
f«16 _ _ _ Petersburg, va.
rE.I B.—Cnolce Gunpovder and Black Teas, for ta)« by
aplO J. N. GORDON A BON.
UAi/n noiti: mm k nosiMTAL. I
lJli. .1(31 IN8TON,
Tlf F FOUNDER of this celebrated Institution, offers themr.it cer
tain, speedy and only effectual remedy In the world fur
SECRET DISEASE*,
Gonorrhos-, Oleets, Strictures, Seminal Weakress, P.ln in the
Loins, Constitutional debility, Impotency, Weakness oI the Hack j
anJ Limbs, AUeclioi.r of the Kinneys, Palpitation of the Dealt,
Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, Diseases ol the Dead, Throat,
NoSe or Skin: and all those serious and melancholy disorders aria
ing from the destructive habits of yenth, which destroy huh body
slid tuind. Those octet and solitary practices are more fatal to
their victims than the soug of the Syrens to the marineis of Ulys
ses, blighting their moil brilliant hopes or anti Jpatlons, rendering
marriage, Ac., impossible.
YOUNO MEN,
especially, who have become the victims of Solitary Vice, that
dreadful and destructive l.abit which annually so ceps to au un
timely grave thousands of young w-n of the most exalted talent*
and brilliant Intellect, who might otherwise have entranced listen
ing Senates with tl.e tlnmdetf of eloquence, or wsked to ecstacy the
living lyre, may call with foil confidence.
MARRIAGE.
Married Persons, or Young Men contemplating Marriage, being
aware ol Physical Weakness, Organic Debility, Deformities, Ac.j
should Immediately consult Dr. Johnston, aud he restored to per
fect health.
IK- who places himself under the care of Dr. Johnston may reli
giously confide in his honor as a gentleman, and confidently rely
upon his skill as a phys! Jan.
ORGANIC WEAKNESS
immediately cured and full vigor restored.
Tills disease is tl.e penalty most frequently paid by those who
have become tl.e victims u( inquopet indulge:.ries. Yonnr persons
are P«> Apt to room it e\ocw. s hout not bmhg a*. <i - ol the dread
ful consequences that may ensue. Now, who that understands ti e
sutficul whl pretend to deny that the power of Procreation is lost
sooner by those falling Into improper habits than by the prudent.
Besides being deprived the pleasure of healthy offspring, the most
serious and destructive symptoms to both body aud uiiud arise.—
Ttie system becomes deranged, the physical and mental powers
weakened, nervous debility, dyspepsia, palpitation of the heart,In*
digestion, a wasting of the frame, cough, symptoms of ecusump'
tlonj etc.
Dr. JOHNSTON is tip; only regular Physician advertising to enre
Private Ci;n.,d»i.,U. tits remedies and treatment are entirely un
known io others. Prepared from a life spent in the great Hospital,
of Europe and the first In this country, vix: England, France, the
Bleckley of Philadelphia, Ac., i.nd a more extensive practice than
any other Physician in the world. His many wonderful cures and
m-.st i'cportant Surgical operations aie a sufficient guarantee to
the ulllcted. Those who wish to be speedily aud effectually re
leved, should shun the numerous Irtmug Imposton, who only ruin
their health, and apply to him..
Orr.cs - No. I SOUTH FREDERICK STREET, left hand side going
from Baltimore street, seven doors from the corner.
1*- lie particular in observing the name and uumber, or you
will mistake the place
Pi>“ TAKE NOTICE.—Observe the name on the door and win
dows.
A CURE WARRANTED, OR NO CHARGE, IN FROM ONE TO
TWO DAY*.
NO MERCURY OH Arif SEoCS DRCO CUED.
DR. JOHNSTON,
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, graduate fr'm
one of the most eminent College* of the United .Static, irij tl.e
greater part of whose life has been spent In ;h . Uucp.-sls of Lon
don, Paris, Philadelphia and eUcsoafs, l.»S effected some of the
must tutot.iauing ouf.s that Was ever known. Many troubled with
ringing In tl.e ears and head wt.ea asleep, great nervousness, be
ing alarmed at sudden sounds, and bashfulness, with derangsinet.t
of mind, were cured Immediately.
A CERTAIN DISEASE.
When the misguided and Imprudent v Ury of pleasure flmls he
lias Imbibed the seeds ot this painful disease, It too often hai.pens
that an III timed sense of shame, or dread of discovery, ,, l.gj him
from applying to those who, from ei!.-.. «i> .. ,„d .uq.cittbihty, ran
alone befriend him, del • • ' • • cl. the ev.lutltullul.hl symptoms..!
this ’ ,'.[ q„.-..,e Kate their appeal slue, suit, as ulcerated sore
thrust, due shed nose, nocturnal pains In the head ttlol limbs, dim
ness of right, deafness, nudes cm the shin buiies aud urnis, Motel.<s
on the head, face and extremities, progressing will, frightful rapid!
*7, Mil • • VI UK I til
i ami the victim »»f this awful disease bec<.nn a a horrid object of
mmiseratlon, till dtath put* a period to hij dreadful sufferings, by
■ending him to
“ That bourne from whence r.o traveller returns.”
It 1* a melancholy fact that thousands fall victims to this dread
ful c implalnl, owing to the unskilifulne** of Ignorant pretenders,
who, by the use of that dicadful poison, mercury, ruin the consti
tution, and either s* ml the unfortunate sufferer to an untimely grave,
or else make the residue of Ms life miserable.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE
Dr. J. addreaaefl all tl» >s« who have injured themselves by pri
vate and Improper Indulg'-ncles.
These are goiue of the sad and melancholy eff»*ets Y;-qJ#ccd by
early habit* of youth, vis : HV-k**. • -t *n. linok aud Limbs, Pain
In H e !!•.. „> m sight, Coosnf Muii alar Power, Palpitation
of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous li ratability, Derangement of the
Digestive functions, General Debility, .Symptoms of Consumption,
Ac.
MENTALLY,
The fearful effects on the mind are much to he dreaded; Loss of Me
mory, Ooufurioo of Id»**s, iNpreseion of Spirits, Evil Forebodings
Aversion to .Society. Self Distrust, Love of tfolltuife, Vu~u:iy, Ac.
are some of the evils produc** 1.
Tho»i*e**d; rt 4 w» an 4.^4# esu now judge what lithe caus
of their declining health. Losing their vigor, becoming weak, pale
eiuaciat* d, have a singular appearance about the eyes, cough and
symptoms of consumption.
DR. J0UN8T0N’* INVIGORATING REMEDY FOR ORGANIC
WEAKNESS.
By this great and Imnortant r •m/d:', Viilueu of tU o.gan* are
Speedily c.u.*<L and Mil vUar *c-*orcd. Thousands «»f the most ner
vous end debilitated, v. ho had hail ad hope, have he n Immediate!*
icu-\ed. All Impediment* In Marriage, Phyileal I i Meulol dlsqUal
ideation, Nervous Irritations, Tremblings and Weakn.***, or ex
haustion cf the most fearful kind, sp. »-d:ly cured by Dr. Johnston
YOUNG MEN
who have Injured themvetvei by a certain practice Indulged Id
wi.cn ab#ne a h .bn frequently learned from evil componlons ot
at s -bool, the efT". ts • f whleh are nightly Ml, even when asleep,
and If not cured,'voders luxiracc impossible, and destroys both
m
\s i..' « I*m. v ’ • . , ».m .• man, the h■ • of hlf ■ ,«.y, and the
.darling of his parent.-., should I bom fcii prupcets and
< njotrm ots f ti, ».* u. ioms^uc.i. •*•» of deviating iiom the path
«»f nature, n.d in>i»i' agin* . crtiin •., r»t hsblu fiuih persons,
b<Ime contemplating
MARRIAGE,
should refleet that a i.uuJ iuln.1 an I body are the most necessary
requisites to promote rr.nntitdal happiness. Indeed, without these,
the joarut y through life be ..me* ,\ w*nry pilgrimage, the prospect
hourly dark* us to the view the mind becomes shadowed with dis
pair ni. l ailed with the racism holy rrttecUno that the happiness of
another becomes blighted with our own.
OFFICE NO. 7 POUTII FREDERICK STREET,
Bu v >on. Mo.
|?T AU SURGICAL OPERATIONS p*rfofiru4
N R Let no ftk- *• i' '\rj j , cVUd )ua, wot apply Iramedlattlj,
either patsonativ i.r t»v h*Utr.
PT 8KJN Iil8fc.4g£it *|je».lll» curfld.
TO 81 KA>’0£K/.
T)..1 many thr.ujan.l. cur. ] .t il.U Irulllutc allt.ln Ih. hit tw.lv.
year*, Mb'thr nnmrroo. *a.l lmfiort.ini .Hurtf. at opt ration, p. r.
f iruur I by Or. J., wllonutd l.y the reporter, of the paper., and
many olher periwu, null..* of which have appeared av.ln and
airaln before Ihe public, heal.!.-. Id. .tan.iinir a. a cere',,., <.i
character and reaponalhlUty, I. aiulHclenl M L/,„ alijKt,j.
Je»—1 jr
K.l W i.l NSON’S HKRODOTI79. VOL. III.
I ). APPLETON Ac CO..
Now. J'liund ills llroml.vny,
now p.r.ny
VOI.rSIE III. OF
'I'll F II (STOIC V OF IIFICODOTFS.
A Ne*r Kmr.Uh Version, edited with Copious Notes and Apendices,
Illustrating the History and Geography of Herodolti' from the
most recent soureea of in*orniatIon. an.I embodying the » hi«f re
suits, HUioiichI and Ethtiographical. whleh have bi«-n «.I.tallied
In the progress of Cuneiform and Hieroglyphic a 1 Discovery. By
Georg* Kawlins-m, M A . late E. Ilow and Tutor of Kxeter Col
lege, Oxford, assisted by Colonel l*lr Henry Kawlinsc>n, K U li.,
aud l*.1 J. G. Wilkinson, E K. S With Maps and Illustrations
Vol*. 1. to Ilf. Now Rea ly. Price W each.
From Me i'Jutrh&m Christian A'lro.aU.
“We read the hook with wonder. It Is like a fable to tee io close
ly •connected and probable * hiktory disentombed after a batial of
ages, a-< that D l»y w» icl ID rod atu* U here illustrated or explained,
corrected or viorroborated.”
/Vow Me Mvt'iU n*Qi*trr.
“The flrst publication of * Rawllnson** llrrodotus lu England,*
was an event in literature It- exhausting erudition, relieved by
ljlrrarv merits uf the lilyhe*! order, t ".. the critics by turpil«e.
and pi sued Hie author and his «.• Mborstor* lu the ilrst rank of his
torians W,. promise every on- th tt shall ou u ;« c py, that he will
prtdc himself in Its po.-sc*sioii and delight iu its perusah**
D. A. A CO. Have Jot Piblujhkd :
FUNDAMENTAL IDEAS OF MKCHANICsJ AND FX PERI MEN
TAL DATA. By A. MoHu. Revised, Tianslaled and Itedueed to
English ( harts of Meisu.'e*. By Joiepii Bennett, Civil Lnfciueer
1 vol, avo.
NOTE'* ON MINING. WHAT 11 H AND WHAT IT IS NOT.— 1
Bv Kloren« e Nlghtlngab*. 1 \.»L, iimo Cloth, GO cts i
HldTOKV OK Till: ElKLY (TIIURCIIM FROM THE EIRRT t
PRKsCHING (G THE GoFPEL TO THE. COUNCIL OF NICK. By t
the author of “Amy Herbert.*’ 1 vol, ltlmo. GO cts.
NIGHT Lh^SONH FttuM H tll'II !tE. Compiled by the Author j
of “Amy Herbert.” 1 vol, *Niin Cloth, red edges. Odets.
PARSING THOUGHT* ON KKI I rlON. By the Author of “Amy
Herbert ** 1 vol , Dmii. C'.oth. *.» cts
DOCTOR OLKIIAM AT GUKVRTONJ-S AND HIR TALK THERE
1 vol 1‘imo. Cloth f!. *pl
sew \>i> im io js:\\ i.i.ux :
W A T OII E S! i
Diamonds and Silvoi* Ware!
s. .n vi:its, i
/■ 10RNKK of Main ami IV.rl Nr.. l«, Iti. I.mil, < —^
already large anil rslen Ivc .1.s iMro. nl, a beautiful culleclloii of 1
all tbe lalu.l and most idee.nt atylc* ml ,
WATCHES, JKWEI.UV ASH SILVER WARE,
WATCHES !
A large assortment of Wai. be*, munulactured by tbe following
Scleh rated maker* K II. Adam* A S na, Uavld Taylor, Henry I
dey nulda bemou, Alfred Lovalctt, Jules Eurgeusuii, and otfier cele- 1
iruU.l makers.
di.uio\ns •
A very rich assortment of Diamonds, and other precious stones,
ris:
Diamonds In full and Half Betts j
“ and opal in Eull and Half Bella
*• and Pearl *• « •• 1
“ In Enameled and Etruscan setting In setts
snd half set's. 1
Oriental. Garnet and Pearl in Etruscan Gold '
Beltings, Bette and Half Bella 1
Mi.-li Kt rut ran Moantlng Coral Ros.-a In full and half setta I
Euaiuelled and Etruscan Gobi In foil and half .-ells
Etruscan and Pearl iu full and half setta
Hone Cameo anil i'earl In full an«l hair setta
Bardinva and Onyx iu full and half setta ,
Roman Mosaic In lull and half setts 1
Florentine Mosaic in full and half setts t
Carbuncle I'earl and Etruscan In full and half setts I
Rich Co:al Euchlts Etruscan In full and half setts, Ac., Ac. I
8II/VEUWARE. 1
Comprising Coffee and Tea Belts of all the latest patterns, Urns,
iMtclirm, Wait* », (n»bl**u, Cup*, Ic* Cream, Himwbrrry an.I Jelly
fcantl*; FBh, Hurkwhe.it Cakea an«l Fruit Knives; Card Casta, Port
klonaie*, Cake and Fruit Basket*, Ac., Ac.
iPRmriEB. 1
Urazillian, Pet laconic Pebld**a v«*t In <Iol«l, Silver and Ft-eel frame*,
kbo, a handsome a»«o.--m*nt of Htereojcvpei and Stereoscopic
Hews. Clocks, Cutlery and Jeaelry
OF KVKIll DKM RIPriON.
The puldlc arc rmpect.'ully iuvited to etanlM tbe above, before «
jorchjuilng. H- A. M YKKg,
H Oor, Main and Pearl \
poKIKNO\ A HARRRTN, Corner Car; and 13th 8tg. J
li offer foi sale the following articles— ,,
lull tons No. 1 Peru.iau Guano, r
fid " " American “ *
Ml “ “ Fine and Course BoneaBugt, f
liayi bblg. f-iiperior Flour, ' c
SM “ Esira B.upeiUnr.do , .
lull •• Rye do., •
1IKI « Fine do ,
Ml “ Cross Middling*, do.,
Ml cases G. C. Lie o ice Paste,
Ml " C B, do. do.,
9f< *• R. R. do. do.,
Mm* lbs. prime Guru Arable,
Iinhi “ " Angustura T..n,|iia I'eans,
Mm “ “ Para do do., J
KUit boxes best brands Olive Oil,
loo bags l!lurk IV.*,
Ml •' Clover Meed,
Mi •* Pr'nce Edward I.land Gals,
lib " Pulverised Chat coal.
At Agents for tbe Manhattan Oil Company, we offer Mason's
•perm and other Otis for sal-, at the Company's prices, and res- l
Dcrtfully solicit orders for the same ,
apk__R0HIN90M 4 JBGRCRTB. ,
ctAFlEH'1 RREAb TRAVS A ,N O A* VSTH V
” MO AMDS, a large lot of the abov food on hand.
U ROBERTSON A SONS, r
mhS6 No 05 Main 8tr«.i. j
II. H. Sc W. « . T V YI.OII,
Iui porters and Manufacturer-, of
PERITiMEUY A YD TOILET Soil'S,
0 11 N. Mull, t,
PII I l.A DELPHI a, PA.
To be hid at th» prim ipal Drug aurct in Kf haood. abM la
.1 V CO ii K i: i:!»,
mancfactirkr of
MILITARY CLOTHING,
H. K. for. N»‘r«nd and Nprucc Ma,t
PHILADELPHIA.
iTIIMTAKV CLOTHS FOR SALE.
jail-Cm
FRA NCIS HOQU KT.
(J»uci-»fur to J. T. li»ia*icn )
M A SI* FACT IRK It OF
DESKS AND CABINET II KMTI UK,
NO. SOI TH THIRD STREET,
PHILAltRCPilU, PKNNSYLVANIA.
OFFICE,
BANK,
Ann,SCHOOL FURNITURE,
EXTENSION TABLES,
BOOK CASKS,
mlilO—Rm WARD ROBBS, dr.
W 11 jS< )N & M ARTUR,
utroBTKRS or
WATCH ES,
MAHl'FAfTt’RLRS OF
GOLD I* 1*; N S.
JEWELRY, Ac.,
N. K. CORNER MARKET AND THIRD STREETS,
1*111 L A UELI‘III.%.
mhfl—1m
E. V. H IUSII VLL,
B.inro NONSUCH,
1‘iKi; :d,
North Hirer, N. V.
men KM l«
BALK II AY, STRAW, OATi*. KKKI), ONIONH, POTATOES *nd
all f Onuuiry Produce, f r C‘lt» Trade or HM|*|*l(>£. Urdus
lor the Siuthotid market attended fa wlllitiut ihar**- of tMimuLurion
or Broker a ire. • m
FOttlV\KOIRti Hi si Yl sx.
r|ll|E JAMKa RIYKR AND KANAWHA C,t, >■), ,m~~«•
A haul.;* art etlrd to the )ito|i:i||tion of the »'*"*» ""f
>.iO'li Sid** Ka li t I r,uu any t • advance the inlet. t.onoUi route-,
I am compelled t.# advance my rati ». I am, It*never, by that ar
rut:£ciu< in, ui ii... i i.» j tn g .us u,r ugh
20 to 2.i l'«*r fYiit. (Timpfr
fh.tn tli** ft*uth Pbfo K I'lroh l, prnvht.il that Company ArihffW to
the «»i;>ul.ition ngr. f.| upon ; &n«l on tom*: aitkjeg ll* ilirf**rrn«-f b
iiiucli grr-ater.
Iff*I !•»' Jrtm>:innl to put »*••• charges at the VKRY I.OW
K9Y POINT f»ii ••v* ry a j title, ami the iii.nhautiof Lyothbuig and
tin We*t wdl Ami U greatly to their advantage to *hfp via RIcK
mouth A. H. UK,
Forwarding and CouuuLulon Men-hant,
On the I) Hr,
mM© lUtdiRioinl, Virginia.
i".< Ol KAOB IIOMK RAM IM( ft u H.
j The underairned manufacture and '.n i.» vt.n>t*n.!y on hand
at the Richmond Iron and tftecl W^m, a largeaud fine aacorl
mei.t of
K* ti: ,.l u^.» lowmon IRON, cnnv!-tli»g of all •!&**■, Bar, Band,
H «»p and A roli Iron.
Tire Iron. Oval* and Half-Round*.
Horae and Mule Bhoe Iron, Round* and Squares.
Lightning Rod* round aioi square.
Agricultii**1 Inutu Teeth Nut Iron.
T« l*a«vo .Mill Taper.-d and !'U»e
In short, e\»*rv .leM-rii * i •» ihoN' that may he ordered
Abo, IL&llr* id fiogwri r EL, Steel Coach, liuggy nod Sulky TIRK>
and Quarry <Ulr Uoun I BteeL JAH. III INTER,
felt)- Jkn# Richmond, Va.
IsyAlU'.it^ of PUNCHED WASHERS on hand or made to or
der.
\jy MaRiati \mi iiii.i.im. iioi.s.
If received, • * direct iio|K>rtaiioti,
Rlwell'a W»-.-dlngHo 4 ml »i*e», from f I t.» 6
KiwrU's Bilim* ilota, *1* site*, from f I to h
lte*;.l»-* . it.ei miperior mukeg, uf both Weeding and Hilling, which
we ofler In quautitlc* to suit porchatera, and at lowest prices.
W. S * ii. Dt»NNAN,
Nih lion Front Block,
Governor Ftrr. t,
• I lap wier of Hardware
I 11 ami %.mp niosiHim: of llhe
*1 He»f*e‘a M»rdi*nl »i Itnimr
kAbinsui.’x .*-upei Ph.cipl.ate of I m?. yx.raaie hv
II XT M JAHtM
•An Ulinil. i:\Ttt % KLOI If *
tttur 4 JAAIpl
.. -ii B. • 001
X. I roll's
Found'/v ..ml Manufactory,
c
HAVING Ujh,*e u.*e Addition to r.ur «h- p, to suit the Southern
. we will *e|| *t the Northern price* of l>by. We have
•*-' 1W «• >.» dealgn* -i Plain nod OrnaaenUI If nil Ini;,
V.-ruu.la*, Uiilconl », I’ort Is 1*1. ., ., l\ union
laUitr<l»,A , *■ , Vault and Cellar Iko.-rf, Iron nub, Shutter*,
.i.-l gemral BtarltimltUng hi..I UlilJ.inj .lone with Ocatm-ai and
1. ipaG-h.
r«rcr.u.'...y Railing for the count iy, made *o aa to be put up
jy an ordinary mechanic. j^l_„
K--Ha.r ► romreroa, »***.
of Louisa Co., Va., of Hanover Co., Va.
joii\sto\ a. umri\G,
Uroc.-fw Ik lid t'ollliillNklon tlcnliaii la,
Corner 4tl, and lir.ad Btrect*,
Kii iien.in, V*.,
teep constantly on hand a woli seltL d sto- k of
GROCERIES, MtK’GUf..
ja2H And attend to the sale* of all kind of Cnuntrv Produce.
1.11 US! PI IIS! HI It.N S—I Will pay the hie beat mar
ket value for tin- foil..winy furs—
Wild Cat Skin*
Otter do
Mink do
Ooon do
M uskrat do
Fox do
Bear do
f-w_ JOHN THOMPSON, e; M»ln street.
It KKT fine Teuetuent on north side Basin Bank, ad
Joining the office of Messrs. Gooch A k.-hota. Apply to
VABWIOK A BAKKSDALB,
BIRPOKD aV PORTER,
Cabinet M a n u facturers,
At tlst-lr Old Ntund,
OORNKU 1STH AND FRANKLIN HTS.,
Hit-liitioml, Va.,
WORLD Invite Die attention of *11 In w»ut —
to our l*rye stork of >
Fiirsiilu rs>,
tom the flmst Rosewood, Milioyony and W*l
iut, "f our make, ever offered U ibis market, to the cheapest Cote
afe u.-tis; Clialr* of all kinds; Be lt, Maltrassra, with rVerytliin,lo
be Cabinet line which we are lelllng at a very small profit,
IJNDKKTAKINO
u all Hi I.ranches attended to at all hour*. , pn ,
ui*4 SwLTiiSa
CAHOON s I ‘ ATKNT
IKROA 11-CAST SECIMOIVEK.
OR SOWING WHEAT, OAT.->, BARLEY, HE MB, BKA-., GRASS
SEED, Ac.
I VIE hand marhlue sows from four to elyht acres per hsur. Price
1
The horse power uachlne Sosr* from ten to fifteen acre* per hour.
•rice * ».
The i ihtcrlher havlny the patent right for the Plate* of Virginia
nd N-mtii Carolina, and having located at Richmond for lire pur
ine of manufacturing and felling said Machine*, has taken room*
I idtloN. There were over 10,uOOof these Machine* sold last year,
Couuty right* for aaie, and agents wanted.
Ml—Tm CLiAKI.ES H. DOGOHTY.
800. AI)IE & GRAY, I860.
DISTILLERS AMD MABTUEACTUKERS
or
CAMPH1NE AND UCRNINQ Fl.t ID.
*1. 0 OKtLUot Is
,1.001101., 8PTS. TURPENTINE. KKKOPINE and LINSEEDOILS,
Aii ofwhlcli they offer to the trade at the lowest "tatWet rates,
irc.nA b* _147 Main 8tro*t
''1AKFBTINCI.—Jnst received a fresh supply of Uiose One
U TAPESTUV BRUSSELS CARPETS, al *1 per yard. These
dth Ollier rtesli supplies, make a Complete assortment, which, all
1 want will do well to esamlne. \VM. A.WALTERS,’
oc 24 No. 140 Main st. cor. 12th.
b:.ti PLOTnBWT.
/ V A MONTU AM) A LI. EXPENSES PAID —An agent If
f wanted In event town and county In tr.e United Slate*,
> engage In a respectable and eaay buslnesa by which the above
rc flu may be certainly real xei f. Pur further particulars address
>r. J. Hksht \V*as*B, corner 12th Street and Broadway, New York
, mg mm P.nta.’e Stamp. |a£4 dAwSm
G loku i: if. s t e: 2: i.,
L) E N T 1ST,
fllce A Rciitii iitp Southwest for. Main A 8lli Street*,
(f7nf t/uor»Wr IVrsaikm's N«r ll. ltl,)
RICH MINI), VA.
I J A VINO an expeilrnce of ten years In Ms Profession, he feels
I 1 conlldenl «f gi vlug satisfaction to those who may favor him
iUi Uieir patronage. tohll—tint
’(111 F.l /.i: A LI IMII.I F, JI INI - _
*1 E.tCTUKKItS of III' N FRAME li K A N D , tAQfciWv.
ktUARK, and IMRI.OP. fill AND PIANO-EORTU,
• a te with all the improvements conducive to supe lx T I !'
ority of lone, l uch and durability. tniLO MKDAIJ1 wer*
warded at the Pairs in New York In IsM, 'M aud ‘LA, and In St
unit, IMS J ealers, School* and PamtUca will save money by
siting before purchasing All Instruments guaranteed for three
eatt. Waienuoi, 4u‘A llrotillle M , (a few doors west of
roadway.) NEWTORK Mg. :tmn
ISO. SPRING TBADE, 130.
JPST DCfEll ED AVD NOW OPEN AT
KSOWLtN A. WAl.l'DIth'S,
A full s Ipp'y of I M INES, such as
1. UEMP
UN BN
COTTON r
GH4JNH THREAD
APOTHECARY and
For all of the above call at *30 MAIN CTttEET, Swa'orou
,'M **t‘-_ k A W
100 SWMWiSplNH F t FEU well assort
JT7A' ed, for sale by_ JOHN N ID >K DON A SON.
1JKNCH AN D*Oi;LD.N«FI*ANiCN.- B.ldw»V
LF m*ve. A fail asaortueut just rectiv.d liom the manufaclu
en. and for sale by 0. j, MNTvN a CO ,
Sign of the Circular Saw, 71 Halo si
M A WK K It’H
FIVE MI.H'TE
ICE CREAM FREEZERS,
An liiiprovnl I*»r 18&'(.
W.ni ?r4nr«.» lu» Gaum im iutrh.it
Th*» rvnljr yrrrtrr known which la coa0tr«ct»4 on true
principles
1 Th** Chifipeil, in I mo%l Kt AboiDinl re^ulflog |«m |c« .I
ind h t* labor than %*iv otl »r, hrlrr it (he ian.< tliur the u«o*t Ju
rbhle tn 8Uu« ture, ind roost ent/du in lU opvr«li«aa.
dole Agent for the Hnlted
K. MCrCIlAM, A (JO., Minwf«rtu^(*rt of JapiAbcJ
md P!4bbhed Tin Wire.
| frK—d*m 280 T. nrl wtri-e I, TrW York.
VVANTKI).
1/4 non CUPTolIF.R# >i th* Hi Mnoml Trank Factory. 04
s r,A M M r vt »ln Sireet. last «i,..v* Hi.- n O.arlnU&t.i,
; where <hry <•»>• • uy any style of trunk they wish, from the pa. <
III* trunk np to th* best tr. aa frau.c .uti l . ,le leather trunk Iron
frame solid sole leather rwllter, s uperior . arpet hags, alt maJgx
the beat manner and warranted, and sold at pr'c.-s •< lua as they
ran h*» bought In thr S .rthrrn > Itles. Trunks repaired and cai.ri
made at the shortest notice. Country n.erclianta arr Inrtlrd to us*
amine my ato. k of Trunks and learn my pii.es
mW—Hri /AMIR RNOTTd
1*00. SPRING. lt*0O.
Attractive Mm It asf Ik'rtt floods hum opcnlnif al
WHOLESALE AM) KETAIL,
J. IfllM.IIIKEIt Jtc liltOTIIliltH,
KM Broad St.. Iliclitmiid. Va.
At unprecedented loir prices lor. ash ot prompt paying cuafomerg,
on th* usual time at cash (•rices.
Our stork comprises in fort excellent bargslna In the following
goods, to sill. Ii we respectfully call I be ,.l«!.C..n ol U>* purchasing
mmmun'ty. A call and etaudnaflon of go. Is and prleea Is only
necessary to insure sales to 'he moat economical l.uyels.
i>re.-« hood# department
Klllts of newest designs In ai y <|tisnlliy, from fs) crtiti fo |1 per
yard The Inal bis k dollar Rills In lice city.
BERKO E#,
GRENADINE#,
TUUL'U,
ORGAN DIE#,
PRINTED IOCLARD8,
BF.REHV: ANQI.AIiIR,
FRENCH JAC0NETT8,
BRILLIANT#,
LAWN'R, and
TRA\ I I I.INO RoOU#, by the yard, an I ROHM less than
*'« P'T «•!■». «•»! < «*«t| ot Itliuorlislluu.
LINEN tfUODH.
I *» piece* of Puri Irish Linen, ai fi cent* |wr yard,
1<0 •" “ “ fin •• “
Linen Kosorus of allrradeg very cheap.
Llnnen Wheeling, Plllnw Ur.rn, Talde Damask, Napkins,
and Towns. Ladies and t letiilefnrnc Uben Cambric II da fa.. y«ty
cheap. Linen Drills. Hu kaback, Crash and Bird Eye ll.g.i
WHITE' GOO DR.
Cambrics, J iconnelte, Sables, Checks, Stripes, BtllllanU, Taillun,
Crapes, by the piece or yard
ln i.ME.vriC FA UR ICR.
Bleached and U-own fhlrtlng and hhe-Uny *f celebrated makes,
such is New V..rk Mills, lurn.laia W< msutla, f alls Wills, an 1
others, l.v the piece or yard, with a full slock of tut h goods as be
long to this depaitflient- y. nrrally
I. A DIES MRAUPINt.H FOR .SPRING AND ■•L’MMk H
fi"i French I a. Points.
VI*I Lae. Atanti.a ..f various‘tales.
BC tutu WS, MANDARINE.*. PlfXIOLOWINia.
anil an the Retreat St) l*s not; al.o a large ato. s of New ppilog
bit AWL#, exceedingly . heap.
EMBROIDER! F8.
In this depaitmei.l we can show th* largest and cheapest as
sortment of the Lind In the city, without ex. eptmn, comprising
everythin* mining under '.Ms h a.I, too numri us to m.-Btl<.u
We however rail II,* .1., ....rile 1. . ..a. oes.i. ..
Cambric Hernia, ■h<lk ir< .cry detdrable
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT
Mbarr, Onrti. ami liuya Hose and half M.»*e of all kind*
amt mil prim, very bur by the di ten or pair,
i’araaula laud Lrullut Sun Cmnrellaa in m od variety and cheap.
BONNET tUP-BOSS
al uaualty unrivalled low price.,
Merrhmnla from the city o..r country, who are making their ae
leet'on In thla market, would coiuull Ihrlr intereat by gitn.g our
*to< k an e».,uilc,allow, a* on many good* Iher can save 8 per cent.
Ill i urrh*»lngn„ni ua. J. MILL1IIAER A BROS .
to‘•Pi__ _ 1IM Broad Street.
UIJ’ii ll»1 Si'StlX. HOODS.
PKWKINS cV CO..
Wlinii-siilt- stitt! It 4*1 nil < a*li Dnilprt,
NO 111 R AG L R R n I ,\ It K.
\P.E non n., i.ing, and In a lew day. will l,aie In .lore, a large
andc-mph-te a'ork of the new- I anil hot all lea olPOKMiiN
and DOMESTIC DRV HOADS, to which they invite the attention
• I ca-li and abort lime buyer..
Their good* are marked at very low prim, to attract CoaA <M«
I sun,
Now Open
Hegant Drets Bilks and Bilk K- li.a
Beautiful l.-ievnind Organ-lie*
Berege and Organdy Rohe,
flrauadine an I Berege AngUia Ruhr*
Berege Angi* 1 iiujaibna and VkKr.i.aa *
• •ray Po|l.r a
Ai.dajr.,1 ,, Irty of good* fct Pliesi and Travelling DttmH.
Iheaiei- | oda wen pwrrhai -i at the large Auction Baira lm
n w loik, the pad wn-k. and wdi be -.11 in.,., ih«0 ever *--o
Srlurr
French Jac.r.nctta and Brtlltsntg
F- ulard Mike. «erv cheap
Emhrr MeiI. , an i facta
** P,i- a h .eh Lace Man I let
Black silk «M . , urnlrg Msoflei
Jii .lera m-t aui's r'lires* an I Manth made up tc match
1 hnmpawo* II.-op Skirt., the r.cat mode
l.krge gi . k PI, \M \ |||,S GOODS
lhi-11 LINENS.
LISFN MlFETINtiB
table damask napkins,
TU.tYLLI.INil liIM.II.wtp
PRINT l.ttVNs,
flLOVRS and HOSIERY,
of every deacrip!loa.
... , . ri.RKINB A CD, Caah Store,
_,n N... | il |ai i | itre, M»ln street.
18SU. NEW SPUING goods! I860!
A. K. PA RK Pill Cc CO .
No. lid kiiisle Squurr,
A RE new prepared to oOer t ih r fri nda and the public gcue
a.Jk rally, «i tack aau iruMiii, i.vocm ol
FRESH M ,UD E.VGLIS1J DUV GOODS.
Consisting, lu pait, of
Ptalu I'd... k and P.ncy rtilka.
Rich .'.I!.. Oren idlo. ji I B.rige R, bet,
French and English Dr.-s. flooda In. very variety
h'lk and l.a..- Mantilla*, sha* I*,
P-iris Embroider It* sod Lac* flooda,
D..U 1* keeping and Plantation flooda.
White flood* of every k lid.
Mourning floods of every .leieriidloa.
hi loves, Hosiery, Ac
Together with many other articles toy numerous fo mention —
All of which will he sold very .■heap. u.h1»
»H« C.SBAFkX ,v •
D.KAl’EKS AND TAILORS,
EXtHAAUE Bl'ILDIAU,
1 Itli STKKKT, HICHYIOND, V.t,
Would respectfully call attention to their new styles of
Spring ami Summer Good^
mhT
RICHMOND WA18B
Agricultural Machinery.
n'A VINO completed my new machlna .hops on FrankHn Street.
xml W alnut Alley, the whole being in connection wiihjuy lm.
pl*iiierit and Seed More, on Main Street. I now Invite paTtlcuUt
attention from the farmer* of Virginia, to my facllitle, for maniac,
turlng every kind of Agricultural M.chlntry aud Impl. mens
JV*1' ■>»“af»rturc ol THIIMH
ING UA(;IUM> of lh- >•*«( iuoiIfU, u>*t«rnftla »n! WorkmnrnP iu
My WRTAB1E HOUSE HI*EK U.„ auangeiU, t^ufr. ^
b-gying, nr del ly in starting, and has secured the approval ol all
who have us, I them My PATENT STRAW CLTTF.it> are too v‘u
known to aeed enmmer datlon.
As heretofore, 1 keep corutanlty on hand, of my own make and
fully warranted, Corn Ahrllert for hand and hurse power Wheat
F .1,*, t radl*., Reapers. Uay Presses, Cider MUD, Seed Drills' H. ».
Harrow* llay lUk*s, Ulcaner*, Cultivator*, tiuia aud Lealher II*!
cl.lne Belting, * , Ac.
C Repairs of all kinds promptly attended to.
.,\jfent,for Bb kford A Hntftnan s Wheat and Guano DrilD and
31 :Corinl< k i Kt a| rr And Mown.
' * _II■ M, SMITH, No. M M.lu .-1
C«>l 'i IIliltN LOCK MAN! F.t« l ou V.—D», i mg
► ’ Loci* of every description; Sliding Door Trimming* ol the
b. st quality. Also. Prison and Bank Lock* ; (line. * aud l»„lt* of
any bright. Dell* bung, with or without Tube*
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING DANE.
A* I sell no work hut my own manufacture, I am prepared to
W arrant It to give entire lallalactlou to ll-cse who may lavor ma
with a call.
WILLIAM KEADT,
, , Y.'O Main Street, betwen Mb aud Rk,
fr'0"1*____ Kscmsoko, Yg.
Klt'HAKDNON’N
IRISH LHSTE2NTS.
DAMASKS, DIAPERS, Ac.
/ TONSTMERS of Richardson a Lloenj, andthose desirous of ob
lalning the Genuine floods, should ice 1L..1 the .rtlrlr* u„.
(it ri up s* ' ‘I "Tin u • nui name of the firm. J. Y klL'tl 4 r #>.
M>N, HONS A OH'DKN, mi a guarantee of the ioundaagg and dura
ulilty of t!.«?
ThD caution la rendered er.entlitlly neeeaaary ai large quanthlra
of inferior and defective Linen, are orri.ared, teuton after »«a»on.
and aealed with the name of RICHARDSON, by IrDh Uou.ea who
regard!*## of the injury thui Inflcted alike ou the American con?
turner and the manufacturer, of the genuine liood., will not rvadliy
H r -> profltal.le, while ,-urcha.era can b« Uupoa.4
on with UoOdj of a worthJcu c!.»r*«i«r.
. J. Bt'LLOCKK A 00
aeft—dly_Agent#, 8« Cbareh Street. Kew York
w. n. funrusA ... .
\V. 1>. TOMPKINS A RKO ,
Oommission Ateriihantpj.
for fill’ sale or
FLOUR, 7MBA OCO, ORAI.V,<tO„
(BABiN BANK,)
Liberal Adraneeo male en Oonalgnmenu Iu^n,r?°^J,l-?g
bAAlUELAYKES ^ SON.
Cf>tmiii,'i»n snd Koru’.iriling AiorcbitikU,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA
OFFER FOR PALE—O. 0 V... Licorice, (Hire OH, Adamantine
Candle#, Tobacco llayorlng, bo. and other N.lto, Scotch and
American Pig Iron, Rae.e A Oo.T ktaoljiuiul.d Guano, Olcror
lar.l. Ae Ae ,i*_ u
P*whinii ty Ftp*...
F We are In lec. Ipt of .or spring tupply oI /.rot r,o,./»a
>f tupenor qoatllr. from Thihnrn A Co, of New V, rk to alJrk
we Invite the attention of thou wanting a n,«t rale article
,.«« _ «eo, watt a co.,
—_ Franklin near WaH .Irtai.
L'XCHANORO.N LONIMIIN niMKO hr "
if——?__ KENT, PAINE » CO.
1*1 WO FOItTlA,
T"" DRJG.I S PATENT PIANO -The beat Pi.no e.lating-1.
I ■utfninfil )..«««;• .eca lUtr v.h-eI rffw.-i r>t vi « i • *i,n* '■
*on«lerfa!; It can rln^wtUi m ooth .ui. M, y ' ’ 1 P^J1****
ale on any ntl.^r loiiruineol.—gV. T«J *** n*tl> unaUalon
For aale at P U. TAYLOR'S My.tc fltore,
--- - - IVi Main MicfL
»<'MIU k.K PUT N |
1 Fltovci Pol,!!
„ , , Mloui p (*ola ! I I
Of all ttaeg, fcr aal. at k i b» K a pa HR'S P tlery,
1 4 H _ Cor lith and Cary it.
|>KM All It I*. PUN! *
FF Hrctd Rbrrar!
II re II.I Hlnr rn!! f
Fcr aale at KEPPPE A PAHS'* Pottery,
mkiil ^ l..r I 'it h and Cary .fa
HOBS.—Llw.l'* WnUm nod Hilling Ho. a
Am rlcan 0 S W edlng *o
D. Simiwon, A Co » C & Grubbing Hee, and kfat
P> k A yery U ge suppi.. aboi - , limf. dtrwt
from the manufacturer., which atu. .Ring on remarkably low
•*f®< T. RObkKTSON A SONS,
w***_Main Bre t
t aoikn; noHou fi uoori, rwca »ciM, «tu and
MJ without Ur.la, yery Ina and luptrior, at
d<'1 Wki WAUU h,

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