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SICII^IO^D HOIRDOF TRADE.
iimt pmi | JAR f DITTY, R. | f.l ISAAC!*,
C*.*WWTTTBa 04 1 «»IT*1TW”«
WILLIAM A. DONNAS, Chairman.
LARKIN W. GLAZABROOK, l R. A HKNTLKY.
THO? W MoGAROR. I LKW1S D. CRKNFHAW.
.roar vunm
WILLIAM HCRR, • D R. RRIDC.FORD.
M THU HURT JAMIS K RIDDICK.
■ . '
«*ui.im; bayroy mAiMHin
FROM THK I MTKD PTAT*3.
,SA..w J MM’*t * 004
4aJ, New York. Liverpool, May iW
KraiU, Nrt York, Galway, May *1
Futtob, Sew Turk, Havre, May I1,
ixaogar* #, New York. Llrerpool, May 14
Karoo*, ’ R.»ton, Llrerpool, May »*
p»i«ut. Sew York, Liverpool, Jour <
Arabia. Ronton, Uverpobl, R. June I*
Rirtarti, Sew York, Bremen, J«w II
i gob ii a rt
sd.nburgH, I Iveepcol, New York, May Y
Anglo .'axon, Lirerpw >1, ifuebee. M»;
Al latte, booth an: ptou. New York, Rty **
Ha.arla, Aualhirij' n. Hew York, Mar 11 I
per la, Uveep „-,| Sew York, May 11 1
Bremen, S- uthampton, Sew York, Ma. I*
Palestine, Liverpool, ijrsbwo, M*. Id
Xtlaeg «, Llrerp al. New York, Mat 10
BnXoata, (a uthamptoa, New York, Mat l*
A.obis. I Irerpool, Rost.o, Mat 1*
Vaoderollt, booihaxpt >n, Sew Y»rk, Mat I •
Prince Albert, t.apa»y. New York, Mi* i-’
Nora Skotlan, llrerpool, Gurbrc, May l ■
t ■* H».11mute, I -rerpooi, New York, Mae £*
Africa, Liren>o*4, Sew York. Mar YT> ,
Arago, vtoorharepioa, Sew York, May «• I
(T M ATK t MkHIP J t nilaTB W N, *U*^A|R.
, v tvJKIv J * V ►> I .U \, <’*,' Thoi. Skin i
Bet, will l»ave here as a . , P M . lv..Uy, the muk fx
art* a rickets t.> go an.l return by either©! the -teamere, m al.
and diler-M m included, for the very low pi Ire of $15. Passage
t. Sew V. rk, m» J an I sUxeroomlnc idea $H>. jecersg* par.-age
g. Conelgneea «re requ'*r.*il to tend for their g" il» today.- I
l -.ray received t.a-ttay, i Thursday I an*l up tw the hour .1 re !
o H'k, P M., Friday Consignees are requested to send lor their
a *r« xo- *ay.
K eieht for Bootnn taken al moderate rater, an l fora ardej u ith
.iee.oyreh. Ticket* and berth* *e ore.I at our ath. «, or on board
iha .learner
. IMAM ATS0Y_
hY|>II YKW lOllk
,i . .YV 1 . It Th* yuper r fast ” r
aarltr* tkhr M xe-'ti *1 ; Cap* Oil\ .-r Cl !cheater,having a p
of her cargo . nraged, and go.ng on board, will have quick dis
patch. For balance of freight, apple to
maol ■ < ■ A XX X! C'
IX»K BOSTON — FlBi-T r A v.*.* /. —Hie >»|T.,.r
’ regulnr Pace,' - : .* R ALl.KN.Oapl ' * IBa -I hr
ker, fa* gape. *n . e* arc * engaged and going on bur.,
w ' ire uulck de.patch. For balance of freight, apply to
, DAY IB a xt «t i 0RR1
MOK B ILTl’IORB.-D • regular packet s f, I l'
1 er • H.YLII M1'Kf. t'.pl i - I ** ... .a p ■■ ■ * 1 oUC
’ -r cantc g»- d and . un b»ard, w U ha- e quick <H>, a *
For rew.atD.lcr apply to
Bp*|—lw _W. D COI iUITT * CD.
■ You CM lltl.KxTOY, N. » 1 legoodic-hooner
r •'.! Ida x up J N.-wt *u>: . her _k. fr_
lug apnr.i :■ ©f I . ; c.i.dc engages, will have quick dispatch. > : I
balance of cargo apply to
_YY. D, COI |.‘UITT A C>\
I 'Oil PlIIL t HKL Y II * l. —The A No l j
r ■*-r
. a ngntsis etve freight, and will laave on Thursday, the
N:it Inst at 1“ olclork, M.
Kor Irclgt t or psasag ■, hailnr -jperior accomrn elation*, iipply
to C. F. CA.Uiu/ J, Ag n ,
Ultra. -St Rockett'.
Boston freight taken throng! by steam at reduce 1 raid and
w ib <U*pa' b
To accionn-odate c*.n* grieea, I f erebi give notice that all clali
I*, of for .lain *.ee a '.iqg thet • *■ • • t ’ '
I i» f r a na*in;-nt, at So. Hr* Ma n *treet, within ten day* from
Ueie ©I B II*of Laving
tPTi e h ura fr ’ll u* 5 o'elook. P. Y1 . dailw.
btONYON NTK Y X|XHI1‘ L I Mi ■ T v/*.a
I ' steamship I'lTl 01 N Ml Y ■ *I*K, C a. ' V-a Ww
.'0, w;li Irsve i :iy Point THl Kf* taY, »l* itui , for L. :tu
Norfolk
Freight u ;i be re-el.ed al the toning Company * rhed, oa the
l -cb, Tuesday an t A'rdncediy, Y9 ana kith, through the day I
For frelrht or pa**ate, apply to
ay •• it RMKU M * 'I d - v> t' ' '_
v HY* NTK A 1MIIP LINK, t .'it.
.1 - w-'
MllND. Y A , CUXNK MV. HI KkllH) YDf* t* I Til Tni
and WKsT, from fill i.uNi. it ii xitr, Htk'ruN. Tt.c do..ii.
engine steamafili* l ITI Of Nsh YORK, win form a line bclaeen
P .ton, Norfolk, City p. :nt and R’ -f nnr.d, Y a., leaving Hot ton
f. r N Tfol* . *1 C.l* I i-.t Hr.tlay, April STih I*iH leave
A tty p.i’nt on the .’ ’th and Norfolk ©a 1C - ilst April, »nJ ni.'We
u .cn; to aai 1 dale, iesxv B-.**ion and City PJut iiiiiuat -ly, err. Jr
tr~ ! tv c
i'viot t*» Petsrsburx:, a distance of nine miles, also by cowered
Ich; era, Vowed by »tetn, from City Point to Rich&utad, a distance
of .jrty luiles, the latter at through rates.
Frei lht to. w*rded t '•• S h. t We t, by Railr. ad, frjiu
Norfolk and from Pfeterslmrs, free of cntnmtarioo, Ac.
‘.t u hoped that tl j ^ **! effort Is mtabliUt *fi-««t steam c»»m nt
4. vk*n between H su»’i and Virginia^(so much nee.tedto develop*
aud In. reaae trade, i aiii m *.t a ah such favor and patronage fi »it;
shipper* as to a? *nl lniu ment to pi are another steamer on
thU route, an«l thus ^n pietr and pt ru.i'ieaUy establish this lii.e.
PHINKASaPRAHl'K \ C0.
Nil* C» r.tral St , (e-v*r. rly end of State M.t bl. v k.<
Attrvrs.
N <» it-Messr* J. >1 Smith A Kro.
|V'*h-f k*. Messrs. S. t« liaj t si A Co.
Ku S*hc'l b A PoicenllW. ,
mal—lm __
( »| VM.IIOP HOI it FOK HTAKI I.M.
1NOR roKTSM r11 \M> N KHn.K T’• «,
7 •1-%1-ifr Cur’ -* P»-*-k, C»|4 <iitf«»rd. will, f*n
a »f** r Wr ido . i) next, 4*h in*t , leave the Wh«rf sv Suctots i
re^u.srly etc y I r iay, Monday and Wednesday mornings, at L
o'clock, precisely, and return each alt matt day, \S«n Uy excep
rd> al 'he » eci* »ur, o o’clock, until further notice.
ygr rheti*«o C-.vc will betaken o2 the lin- a <b«’rt time tout
drt go s«.rae repairs.
*pS R. 0. HASKINS.
rllllK ■ALT I 'H'Hf I.IDMI IN A AH ft*
I -i>\‘ -fUPO-Ml VNV ' ■ f * v. cla* ,4, gft
4 : . i - ..a ' ; . . k betwesi lb* v . ,
jr* t ;; j > J to Savannah, or th interior of the State* e
41 - <i* * 1 v ..ni, 0j Ra.*r.-t . f: Mvai:rth, wi.l l*4W
p- mpt attention. T. 11. BUT, Tr., Agcul,
r >—tf Baltimore.
LIViiHPOOL AMI Lon Don
URL IXsl R\XC i: t,’Om»AXY.
Capital. & 10,000.000!
IKOME, *’ ,J 5 0 ,««0 |
()»•:> It. 1 kill i>7,jUO.UO.
!SVI5TK!> IN liit LNi 1 ill M III.., mt.8
Ail 1:ftr+’i'i:', 'prill* tCxfiymumt* oj
the
airy re«p rtfaHy s?• t.on t t:* sennit y nf the I.lrerpoo
If an-* * 1'- ■ •' * -5} • y, * » v * - !» Me y holders In Its
large cash ipilal and ‘nvesimt r.u, %* •' ite • tbove.
The %;,:«* capital at*. ; •* !' nap any enable It to t*k«
" ■ i
. i
j; //VA If/f Af.v Proi .tv : th. . .th, 1 A'h’Jfa.Vf.VT/ 1
/> Th-P i’. %; 4..y litas, and the prs*
luiam will be returned teas 5 per cant.
■< C v| ar. v . r-iurance by loss f Renta by Fire, on a
new and m >#t liberal prtncipla.
Under the Policies of this Company all claims are paid upon pre
sentation of satisfactory proof <>f ics* *.th*>ut.< wbsieif or rier.;*<v
<« n fi>r infer#**; and ud, w.. * *<i-%l, «**vtv o*k-* ;tf?cr preser.ta
t x;wfprw«L WORTH\M a WYATT, AgtnU,
ndtSl 19»' M»io street, few doors above Pottofftea.
: • ^MUKL «. BURCH,
III now n my rtnp**»y a-* a ct rr?*, t"id deainra ♦ U turuier friends
% dps* * . all a . ! ► X 4 > .;** the large and v ir*cd a* rt
I I•>Ilia. I'aasiiucrsuutl % . »llit ;w« d a.'
M i ir* r f • /. w d -h v « a'><n prepareit to furuiah l? en
cn a* good term*, and iu as good style* a* any »•(&« ar hous - II tht
WILLIAM IRA SMITH,
mol* 114 Main hurt*
i W. SI. »*!.». tv ISTS,
1*K( >1 >l!(’K
AND
IlKMtHIL (O H HERCIMNT,
Ho k I '*h TT Mtnm MU .ttU C±rj.
RICilMOM>, VA.
t *rtt \’ar artention paid Ia» ' \e xole > 1 Tobacco, Wheat, Corn,
Flour, oat4, * r
9'4^" ar ^ers w . s^e 1 ;* sLii» their strain t- me will hr
• up It^l with bur* »th- it ne L r:is charged by Ka tread Com*
panicv Cooa.guau'Uts w-^H it-1. and prompt returns made.
by m?*
*■ . taken the atljoinin^ *t .re, v tcat«;d by Measr* K V AC. H
1 »
•lore every des-r • »a of toerchand.»e, a« w^ll as c ui luct the pro
duce and ge.terai tommiaaion business In all iu branches.
r\s kfui for the past | ttr mage of me frieods and the paMi r 1
^ J retpactfudy a cuoUnuam*- ..f th- tarns. ai>$*
• 4/\iA H \€iN IILA4 I1 AI.KK I L I I KAL PEAS
iilu For sals y WOMBLK A CLAlboRME.
mrD No II P**a» 1 St
\K\\ FAMILY GROCERY,
« ornrr of h<-voii<1 hii<1 .tuI» Ktrrru,
icusisrs old Nri.vD.i
M property, tod jr rally «*!•< <•*<! and loipr> tv! th*- 'ru:*, havt
f t. 1 purp me k-Cvv •* H K**T CI.A*v* I'rftUC* KY.tc wl ofr
’ ■
-t ! the lu.n In particular, * are rtMp**'» fully iuirit«p«l Thfir rt«>c«
i* entirely th-w or ! h*4 t ern »«lcc?* <J »ilh ^rrat car**, an 1 j*ur
• tvtd at tilt k>treat c ak price*, and fill be told at the sm*U***t
11. i c pr .fU for cash or lo prompt eoatomera.
Y m th** superior auaV.v and irreat variety nf their stork, they
feci confident that it is on)v nec****rjr for f ami tie* to cad and s*e
f»r theBMrltN.lo order to indoi - thtni to make their pur* hast*
iV*tioo4i sent to aev part of th** city.
mimic is .* GO
WALTER C. WHITER AX,
MlUl IX
me GKOIERIES,
N'. U . ( uriu r l?tb auJ An h SI reels,
PUILADILFHIA,
IMPORTER OP
CROSS k HLACKWrU'l
Knerli-h I’wklc--^ and Sauces.
I>ARTICll.AR at- -. - |V •> •electing FI MR TF AS AND
COFFEE, for tunl.lv*. p. '■ \F.c « way* at Ktflner*'price* —
I * >ler WIN AS, LllfCOlU and r>fiAKS,->f the beet Brand*. always
an haadk. M'—dMm
v\ k have i> trtmmm
>> »! -k than u»uai if FINK DSEb.- si lls, and FINE Bl si
N'.sSSnTS.coaee-jU r.Uy wr will »»ll r ry tow. <>»ux and Flannel
• u and Or»i.-s, Silk Sfuttn, A , A , at
- * SIMPSON A MM.LFRT
A I AKI1.
Ktcvnoap Ckxra il Horn, I
C*:u«r at t' and Grace Str’-eU, >
December SI, Isio. )
f|t::r anderHinted, apprectatlee of the patronage heot.-wed Jb
1 ring the year about to cl ae, de**re* to offer hi* grateful ao
. eb.igen ,nu to thote who hare favored him with their cent
pany.
i *pe*A of thel a"ty of thU I! tel were a*. 1. m, onlem to
»i infer-, and M».c altenr n I* ca d to the fact that, wldle It!»
wet Sable to tike b xtle of • Man. . ir to the prtncA
pai puhtl.- buildii . - "be C-i; It d, theStateCowrt Hnatr. PoatoBce,
, ,J C ;>i n lienee, Ua.nkr (Merchant Milli,) Tobacco Warrhuueee,
A . and Immediately In front I* the
WASHINGTON MONUMENT.
TV beauuAii • *ik* of I lie Capitol Square, with the fernery about,
et aid add much to t’tract the fojuurner
i r atieni.or> c.f the publto U reepectfclly Inrl’ed, with the urn
p an. v that every e>crt will be made to give jatiafaetton.
FRANCIS J. SMITH,
1*1 Proprietor.
MOPtJE ISTE'W GOODS I
A It. 1‘AHKER a CO.,
nttEiui'. rt- -irvd a N.w and Beautiful a*a. .-irent at Latltu*
i>r*m tfo. ii, lu—
R' h fe .rege Angtale I 'lei
Rtoh CW»*t Bsrete An.la’v
PU*u ilaregv An.-lala
R* b O: cat- lie R, ' -**
Rich Chiu t Organ Ur*
tirey M'-halr
Plaid do
Brocbi Celretla1*
Pupil. * and P p loeto
foray Valencia*
Ja-joet*. Lawna, Ac , A-".,
[- A15 ( fwld li w* w I! ted very tow. ;
ritlCAH.—Cbe»t hmt Oreeo and Back Tea., at revived
J and (or tale by J. 8. ROBERTSON.
jijlb Nevt to Corner (for and Frank In 't*.
J hlfH I L I AD At HI#.-»»‘ Able for (ate by
.. ,-b 1 A >1 B DAVENPORT
A TTKVTION HIIITAHI .—White drill p*nu a d
iV w.lte Rer in Ul-vvo. In auy qu entity, and allow tlguree, «c
wh1 A thv att-ouoa of uor Mdi’uv Coon «nt>. I» Urlted
u|]| KREN. BALDW IN A WH.UAMS.
4 lOFFRX-- l.a. Hoc An and Bo Cofloaa, 'at eale by
{_ ZjnSt rroRESA ritex.
V ■ ^ •!!£**>«* nova bak*. Um fh*. »«
wiSa~, k’ .maw.fivm
Ayer’s Sarsaparilla.
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD.
An-I for the -p.-v.ty run- of the subjoined varieties of
t H-.4M':
arrnfnla anil V rofu 1 on a Athrllan*. *njJ **
Tamar«, I l«-rr», s«rr<. Rrmptlou*. Ptm
pie., Pii.tule*. Blotches, Bolls. BUIm.
aud all Skin Dhtaiei.
O vKI.VNlt, Tnd.. «h -June, lv.0.
.1 r. atek * rn. („ut-: l feel i« ray duty to ac
ItwtrWp what your Sarsaparilla ha. douv fur in.'.
kUvmc inherited it Scroftilou* infbvtlou, 1 have anneiva
from it iu vctriuu* way* f«»r jeinu Sometim* * It burst
out in I hvr* on nr hand* aud arms; sometime* it
turned inwt rd .tud dfatrcuftcd me at the stomach. Two
\a urn a/n it broke out on mv head and covered my scalp
raid ear* with one son*, which was painful ami loathsome
beyond «1« script ion. k tried many medicine* and several
ph> hut without much relief from any thing. Iu
fact, the disorder grew worse. At length 1 was rejoiced
to read iu the (ttKpfl Mf**eugcr that you had prcjuircd
an ilterativ Sarsaparilla . for I know from journpu
t ifi*m that *nv thing you made mu*>t la* goinl. 1 scut to
fimiaiutt ami got it, and u-cd it till it cured me. 1 took
It, a* vou ad vine. In Hinall dose* of a t»*«,'IHx>uftil over a
iixatli, aud n*ed alnm-t three bottles. New and healthy
»kiti soon begun tn form under the scab, which after a
while fell oft. My *kin i* now clear, and I know by ray
ft* liu«* that tin disease i* goue frotu tuy system. A «>u
can well h»*l»* vc that I ftH*l what I am saying when I tell
you, tl» it 1 hold you to he one of the apostle* of the age,
and remain ever gratefully, A our*,
ALFRED B. TALLEY.
St. Anthony*! Fire, Koir or Ery>lprla»,
Tetter aud Halt Kheuin, Scald Head, Klng
wornt, Sore Kye*, Dropsy*
I*r Robert >1 Preble write* tVom Salem, N. A ., 12th
S* pt, KVo, that ho ha* cured an Inveterate cut* of
/>#-•//«»/• which threatened to terminate fatally, by the
persevering use of our Sarsaparilla, au»l also a daugcr
OU-* attack of Maliqnant Eryinpeku hv large dose* of the
salti> .ay* he eurv* the common Irruptions l>) it con
stantly. «
KroneYtocele, Goitre, or Swelled Nieek.
/• baton Moan of, I*ro*pcet, Texas, writes: ‘‘Three
ImjMIi - of your Sarsatutrilhi cured me fhima ftoitrf—a
hid* ous swelling on the ntvk, which 1 had suffered from
over two Tears.**
Leueorrhna or AYhltea, Ovarian Tumor,
tterlue ('Iteration, Feutalc Diseases.
Dr. B. ^ ( harming, of New York City, writes: *• i
nu»*t ch.vrfhllv comply with the request of vour agent in
si vim r l have found vour SamparilU h rood excellent
alterative m the numerous complaints for which we cm
ph»v *uch a r*um\lv, hut especially in F* iuat* IHssase*
of the Scroftilous diathesis. 1 have cured many invet
crate cases of Leucorrhopa by it, and mhiic where the
complaint wu* caused by ulceration of tie uterus. The
till* ritmn itself \v:i* soon cured. Nothing within my
knowledge •• «niala it for these female de•raiigemetits.**
Kdw ml S Slarrow.of Newbury, Ala., write*: ** A dan
gerous • rrari-w tumor on one of tin* female* in my family,
wh» h had fieri *d all the rennxlii** we could emplov, has
at len rth been completely cured hv your extract of Sar
s.aparilla. Our physician thought nothing hut extii|»a
tn»n cnuM afford reh* f, hut he advised the trial of your
Sarsaparilla a* the l ist report before cutting. mid it
prmed effectual. After taking vour remedy eight wee k»
uo symptom of the dls*a.-e remain*. ”
Syphilis mill Mercurial DUtmr.
New Ori.E v\s, Jjth Aunnt, 1 n7>.
Pr. j. r. AYER Mr: I eln-crfnlly comply with the
nHiue.t i.r vour a.-. ut, ami n-port to you some of the
. i . ! with your Sanuparilla.
1 have eurv-l with it. in ray praetiee, most of the rotn
plaint. for whk'h it i- recommended, and have found it.
rdY-ct. truly wonderful in the cure of I'memd and M.-r
, . ri.d />, ... < me of ray patient. had Syphilitic ulcers
in Id. thro.it, which wi re Voii.uiniui: Id. palate and the
top of In- month. Your sarsaparilla, steadily taken,
our.-d him in fire mvk-. Another was attacked by s.-v
otel.irv svmidoms lit In. Uo-., and tin- ulceration had
Mateo awav i eon-1 .krdile part of it, so that I helicro the
di-order w ould soon reach Ids brain and kill him. ltut it
ridded to i d.tratiou of your Sarsaparilla; the
ulcvrs hi disl.ami I _ on, :iot of eoui-se without
soin- di-tijundiuu of the face. A woman who had hi.-n
trr.ii. d tor tt same disorder hv mercury was .ufferino
from thi- poi -on iu her boue.- They had become so »eu.j
tiv. to tin- wi die r that ou a damp day she suflvml ex
rruci tint \ In In her joints ind !»>n. s. She, too, waa
irilla in .i week* I
know fYoiu it- formula, wrhieli vour a^ent f!ave me, that
t d. 1‘n-paration fr.-tn your kraoratory must Is a ur> at
r>-in-dr; eon-e-iu. iitly.' tin s. truly remarkable r»-.ult.
with it have not -urpri-ed nm.
I raterually yours. t,. V. LABIMER. M. P.
Hhrumntlsni. C.ont, I.lvcr ( inn pin i n t.
I\t,t i-i si.! m t, I*r. -ton t'o.. Ya., I'.tli July, ItvV*.
In- .1 t '. wt.tt- Sir: I have been afflicted with apain
r. i a... ... i'h. .... C.r . Ion..time, u Ineli I. illl,-.l tl..\
skill of pin si.-iaO'. and »tuek to in.* in spite of alt the
r. oi. do - I . oul.l find, until I tried your Sar.aiiarilla. * Ho
1.. rtlo cur**l loo in two week*, aud restored my general
h, ,lih ... mih'li llial 1 am far la tter thuu before 1 wax
utt.o Led. I think it a woud> rftil inedielni'. J. Kltk AM.
.I„l, . Y. (b t. loll, of >t. I.oui., writes: “I have he*u
alt!. r. .| tor v • ar« with an ofrction of thr f.irvr, which
it. .tniyislmv health. 1 tried every thiug, aud ev. cv thing
failed to relieve no . aud I have been a broken down mau
foi .mi. \ ears front no other e«u-e than >!■mv</.»» nt of
th. '! dpaalor.tbeHer.Hr.lCapy, advised
no totrv your war-aparilla, h> • an- he .aid he knew vou,
.0.1 niv'thoi_ you made uas worth trying, lly the Mess
ing ..final it lia. cured me, and ha* ao purified my blood
a* to make alow man of me. I feel vouug again. The
la .t that can be -aid of you i- uot half good enough.”
Sctlirrus. ( ancer Tumors, Enlargruient, IT
reratlou. Carles, auil Kvfol int ion of the
Hone*.
\ great varictv of c*»cs have been reported to n* where
cur. T 0f g,, .. formidable euiuplaluta have resulted from
jh. ii- of till- rem* Iv, but our »i*v here will not ail
nut them, some of them tnav la- round in our American
Almanac, whi h t! ut- below named are pleaaed to
furnish grati- to all who eall for them.
Dyspepsia. Heart Disease, Fit*, Epilepsy,
Melancholy, Xrur»lgi«.
Bun ten k»M cm north -• aK ittiona hart t-.n
mat f.y th, alterative power of this medicine. It stinm
1,: , t!: vital fuuetiona into vigorous art ion, and thu*
overcome, ill -order* which would 1*' suppo*«l beyond
i - re . to s Mi a rem. Iv ha* long been rvspiired by the
n, i -- tn . of th. las,pie, and we are eoull lent that this
will do lor tin lu all that uc vir tue etui do.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
FOP. THE r..VPtIi t'CEE OF
Coughs, Cold*, lutlueisra, Hoarseness,
t roup. Bronchitis. Incipient Cousuiup- ,
lion, and for the Relief ot Co us isusp
IIs r Patients, in advanced
stages of the Disease.
TV - t- a reiri.slv so universally knovrn to surpass any
i, li rf..rtfi. i lire"of thr- t ami lung eoiiiplslul-. that it
I ■ to publish thi evidemvof It- virtues. IM
unrivalled e.\e. Items* for coughs and colds, and its truly
, .;ui , iv* of pulmonary disease, hnv. made u
kn. vu throe bout the civ ilivsl uaiioua of the earth.
I . w are 11.. comiuuuitie*, ».r even Ihtuilk's, among flu m
who I,. ■ not omc jwr-onal i xpeffellce of it* stlcct* —
. In e tropin i.i their midst of i; * vii-tory over the
• 1, r* of tin throat and lungs.
\. ‘ji k'.ow the dn-tidful fit ilttv Ilf tiles.' disorder*, and
•. k.,.'w,ti*. lb-efl t-oft III* r. medy, w. nival not
. . i'| . . them t‘. • .* h .. now ; II th" v ir
tu. - th.it it di.l hsv. when making the cur. - Which have
won *.»' strough' uja.li tie* con u< letter of nriukind.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowoll, Mas*.
s.,1-1, wholesale an 1 retail, by ITRCi.l... I.Afit) 1 f.T., Rich
n t.’v.i Vi F RlVf.s a oo , Petersburg, J. H. bkXY. !.vn,-L.
burg; .nd by all drugrista and merchants. spiJ—.'.elm
bHKVT Stil l HEKA HAT A.\D CAP M v.\l r Uiuiik.
,1 oHN DOOLEY,
81 M \ I > SITIKK I , RICHMOM D, V.%„
vj \\ i wrH t; yso.'rvlMt lv fi*r. -TR\\V, LkiHOKN,
hvama. .**orr, \si> moi i>kin i-keas iiAr*.
I HAVE now rvo'v my Spring -lock of list*,
1 CV|.‘, and Straw Goods, to v l.*b I would In
■He the st'ent; n of the merchants <d Vl-g'ula,
\.*rth Carolina set Ter.*" vs.*e. cc*Rdent of my
,bUl>y «.. -1. j ly »*.« s th everyth! V th* J may
want in my |i e. on *• goo * terms as they can be
. rocure l In ane market m the r. un’rr.
Mv st ..•» w It : t constantly lall.by theail.l't! >ncf anytb'ii*
•l al i r . . «!.:.• Havti.g greatly Increased n.v mauufac
-urbiir U • many desi-alM -tv!** will be of my own mahufac
ure Mv Pv, i. Moleskin Hat Is stllllu tl.c front rxvk, and is equal
net superior to anvtblng produced Is the cr uvtr
My a v: I Children’• U My Trimmed
llati an I F! i**. of all the litferenutylrs of Braid ir.d Leghorn, can
lot be excelled. .... ,
la V vary Good*. I can furclsh anything required. My stock
* ih* various qua 'tics ef Army ” Regula’-I u Hats, is v, ry C"tu
>*p *■ I any of the ttflereot styles o! list* or Caps made to orde*
JOHHP-aar.
|(J8T Ki:« EITEO!
THE
Gr©rito.~t "\Voih1©i* ot tli©
• THE I’AT CAT SWEA1 I’ROOF SOFT HATS.”
Als«. ,1 ■ L»* »t Sty'cs of Ornti, Young <imt<, Yo.thj and
Boys' biu.r.s au l Ft-niuitr
H iTM AMI CAPS.
ELLtrT A WFFIf.FR,
m..t No. 1ST Main tit.
rp.a sKvv T oriino
Jl NT OPENED, ALL THE LATENT STALES
OF vijv-K-t, CHILDRENS AND INFANTa
I. E << HOU Y, I' L O It E 1TI1V E,
i. | ,,0-er Braid" Trimmed and nntritxsmed.
KLLKTT A WEHIGER,
mJ Nc 167 Ma.u 8t.
FOR SPRING ANDSI'JPIKH. j
I Have •: v.-re and f.->r „le, on the most ircomm,dating terms,
a first-rati .Mot!meat of Hats, adapted to the present and ap
proaching season, at follows'
a Fi-lt., oft -ry variety of shape and colour, that has
been produced.
Mol *kln Hats, of the liter* style.
Pea: I Caasctnerts, do, do.
Drab Dealers, do. do.
Panama Itats
I. g*ioru Ha:,,of White, Brown, and Tea Color
Italian and Pedale Braids
F avail U'"l
Wl.iie a * Col'd Gere, tn Straw Braids
Children's Ftraw Caps
Children’s Leghorn Hats
Men’s B n at* 1 ChiMren’s Pafcn l.eaf lists.
mjS JOHN THOMPSON, ,7 Main »L
SOMETHIN*. NEW.
I HAVE this day received th* n- w ami beautiful FLORA TFM
I Pth Ddlt IM* H.\T tor young men, at 7*> Main strve
mah RO. U DICKINSON.
SECOND SPLENDID SI l’PLt OK
SI’MMEK DRY GOODS!
RRE Fa DEN vV FOX.
BKOAD STREET,
g VPK.N TO-D At, an I thr- u.r.oat the week, their second
A t sun ly of Pi '• V. It UK\ UOULi, buu.-lit during the past
week a* unprecedented low price*.
Our assortment of
Dr can (inotis
» now larger than we hate ever offered before. A very large
stock of
1I0CSK KEEPING GOODS,
PLANTATION G00D8.
Our Mat’1!!, Department is now Idled with a complete assort
ment of new Styles.
We arc u *w prepared and arc determined to offer every Induce
ment to buyers, holt at wholesale and rctalL
BREEDEN A FOX,
*. v, 2t7 BroadBtrsei,
\T IKI.IM I A INK«JAIt.-10 hbh. pure Cider Vinegar,
made In this 8tate, for sale by
maff—2w BI.AI* * OWAWBFW. AV\’E_
\riK«;iM A t I KEIF II At ON It I .MM,— A large lot
of i -ry fine Virgin, t cured Uam,, wb’ch we caD recommend.
For sale by ntai *w BLAllt A I’ll AMBEALA VNK.
IM » A I- «Y AOKTOT N
cBmum
HORS K I ONIO.
INoR trip. ».ug th* cn iltion of Horses and Mule*, giving them
* an appetite, and re'levlng them of Bots and Worm,, Hide
sound MK.it and l> Member and all diseases to which a Home Is
"Object Internally, bol t by aU Druggists.
J.A3, P. DCVAL, Druggist,
mall ?de Manufacturer and Proprietor.
I A/A TIEKl P’N I \TftA L AK LARD-~
L*/Vf Wilson’- brand. h ruvkjr
WOMULE A CLAI 30D.NK,
_No 11 Pearl 8L
)AI a, a TltOU'k K XT It-A NI«.A H (’I HKU HAM8
ilMflJ » .raai-by WOMUL*: A CLAIBORNE.
tr>: I Not I Pearl SL
I tL AIIKTN! — t> ■ th the beginning of The-warm weather, I
A y w. eld , »li t>, aivnilon of my friend* and customers to the
•rge aud w-U selected stock of Clarets I have now In store.
mjtl" O CttANZ, M" i ha hauge Block.
pOtTOJI I IBNV
\J COTTuN PLOUGH LINK?,
COTTON CORDAGE, In col’s.
COTTON MUNI TWIN1,
at factory prtoea. hr sate by
WVU /<MDi «, GORDON A DON,
The enterprising proprietor of
CHESTNUT GROWS WHISK V.
(TV Purest Medicinal Agent ever known,) has furntahed »e
community » stiuulent, pure, healthful and Invigorating, at the
same 'line a olid delicious beverage. It Is hu'»ed tod O away
with the vile drugged stuff that I. palmed off on the '"“"“""‘‘J;
and which l« Injurious to body and mind. In addition to Uie esr
11 rater beneath, he has received a Diploma from the KT ATh AUKi
CULTURAL. SOCIETY, and additional testimony from Dr. Jackson,
of Boston, who testifies under oath to Its absolute purity.
CERTIFICATES. . n HR«L
Piui APii rHiA. Kept 9, iMW.
We have carefully tested the earaple of Chestnut Grove Whisky
you S. 11 us, and find that It contains none of
stance known as Fusil Oil, which la the characteristic snd l^urloui
ingredient of.b. Whisky. V ••""^OARREr A CAM AO.
Analytical Chemist*.
New York, Kept. 8, ISAS.
I have ana!vied a sample of Chestnut Grose Whisky, received
from Mr. Charles Wharton, Jr., of Philadelphia, ano having care
futly tested It, I am pleased to state that it is entirely free from
poisonous or dele-rrious substances. It U an unusual y pure and
fin. flavored quality of whisky. JAMA^UcUcte^L
Bostok, March 7, 1SA9.
I have made a chemical analysis of commercial samples of Chest
nut Grove Whisky, which proves to be free from the heavy Fusil
Oils, and peifect'y pure and unadulterated. The fine flavor ot
this Whisky i« derived from the Grain used in manufacturing It—
Respectfully, A. A. 11AYES, M. D.. State Aasayer,
1 No. 16, Koylston Street
For sale by 0- WHARTON, JR.,
vor saie oy go)* Principal Agent.
ja»-«m No. lit Walnut Street Philadelphia.
1)LOW'S FOR FALLOWING—
I CULTIVATOR.' AND HARROWS FOR
PUTTING IN W UK AT.—Believing that Iliase
In my NEW PLOW the bes . 1 , ,-, . 1
m tk« tbl. offer to the Farmers’ and Planters- I will furnish thru
w ihthe*elropk*ni«‘ntt,iindifth<’y ar»» not better than those they no*
h kVr, they can leturn them to me after trying them, free of charge
Hr Freah supply of Turnip Se.^ Just rec^vjd. ^ ^ ^
8 doors abuve St.Charles Hot.L
SASll, Itl.INDS ANI) DOORS*
RAWING AND TURNING.
v|!HI Oldest Fstsbllshraeut in Richmond, where may be be h*6
1 tht above articles, in perfletlon, at the shortest notice.
Being confident of giving entlie satisfaction, the subscriber soil
Hta, as heretofore, the public patronage. Having recently adaec j
•Abln*?t anti carj'enters’ Turning t* his buslness.the public can no?
%Fr th -ir work without disappointment or delay. Give roe a call
#eoi_ ,tf MIL» AMHL1CR, Mayo street._
DOJXAN A: CO.,
Commission Merchants,
SHOCKOE SLIP.
Rlclinioud, Vlrulnla,
CONTINUE to give particular attention to the sale of Tobacco,
Wheat, Corn, Cotton or other country produce, consignments
«hic» are respectfully solicited._J*2t—rt9m
J1S. M. flOGGIN, D. 0. TRADER, B. W. L. HOLT,
formerly of Virginia. Memphis. Formerly of \ lrglnl*
UOUI.IN.TKADCK A HOLT,
COTTO.V AND TOBACCO FACTORS,
Urorera, Recelvlug, Forwarding anti
Commission Merchants,
IHcmplsIa. Tenn
Y1ROINIA
BURNING AMI LUBRICATING COAL OILS.
THU GREAT KANAWHA COAL AND OIL COMPANY,
••©oasis-1 ng of k.iTIVK citiikvs <-f ..cr ovs Stitk,’’ has appointed us
Agents for the sale of th. ir justly celebrated
BURNING AND LUBRICATING COAL OILS,
Uie quality of which is warranted f RK and pssDCi.TKBAVRn.
W,- Ir vile the attention of A; -thecaries »n.l Dealers throughout
•L-Btale to our aupply, which sill be targe and sold by wAol&Mllt
.-*<> at the lowest Factory prices. „„„ . .
GOOCH k ECHOLS.
VA LIT ABLE IMPROV B1BGNT.
I FATHER can be thoroughly tanned without the use of Lark, In
J any form whatever, and at a sav ogof more than two hundred
p -r cent In the price of materials, and in one-twelfth the time re
a drt d by the old process. . . .. .
t- tn l hr levied hv experiment, and shown to any who reel Inter
es ed in the subject.
Heavy Hides will be tanned in from 20 to 80 days.
High: Hides in from 10 to lb days.
Kip or Calf Skins In from S to .’> days.
Buck, Sheep, Hog or Goat Skins, lu o»« day.
By Udj process, a better artic le of Leather Is made, being heavl
er, toucher, more Irr.prrvious to wat-r, and a prettier Iftiflto. In
fact, tie old mode ot tanning Is utterly lasusMs of mating so
g >cd an article of Leather, and 1 *111 suhmit It to the decision of
a iy competent Judges. ..... ,
One of the principle articles used for tanning hy this process, Is
a common lunt, growing spontaneously over the country, and Tay
keoit i . ly by cut lag It.*
Any; wishl ,• to obta-n an Interest In this process, whl.h
in al! confidence 1 oiler to the pubbe, can address me.
JOHN P. CII1I.TON,
Liberty, Ledford county, Va.
febS—<aa Proprietor.
•See further not'ee lu the Virginia Index.
»A!VCI1E9TER IHOY WORKS,
v*utH End ofMajo'sUriilgr, Richmond, Va.
ROBERT B A I K l>, PR0PRJET0 R.
1 AM prepared to fort.'ih Plans and Estimates, for the erection
I ot Flour, Grist and sa v Mills,of the n-st approved construe
Geo. Steam Engines, both Portable and Si ittonary, Railroad
Work, Tobacco Kit ry Fixtures, In fact, Iron and Brass CABTINGS
of ere-y description.
Having a la-;:* i olleetlon of Pi’tcrns, I am prepared to flu or
d« s ah rt notice. 1 am al m the only manufacturer In Virginia
or the Improved Jonvai Turbine Water Wheel, which has given
entire sattsE'.ctlon to th sc that hive them in use. This wheel Is
w*n adapt' d t high and low heacs, and a,.t al ecteu hy back wa
ter. Apply attlu-Works, or aJdrtsa KOEEKT BAIRD,
Ktchiaond, Va
T take tMs it- thol oSninniing my thanks to my frf-nds and the
public for the liberal patron*, e bestowed on me forli- last twelve
years, and 1 ; e, ly strict attention to buatness, to lacrlta continu
*uce of the same.
» | ROHFItT BAIRD.
JilOI IAK U.SON’S
IRIS II L 1 N E N S,
DAMASKS, DIAPERS, Ac.
CTOKSCMERSol RICHARDSON’S hiN.V.S. an I those desirous
J o! obtaining u>e GEM ISEtiOoItt, ‘I fid S'- ‘hat the arth
aha they | urchaee are sealed » ' t; • full name of the firm,
j. S. it it'll ARIfmt.v, Mrs/ (IH 11/ N,
as a g larai," -e ol the -'lundocs* aii > iui ability of the goods.
Thu caution is rendered es.enlially n caaary, as largo quantl
bra of Inf- rior and drf-etlre Lint: : arc oared, vasot, aflei
season, and sealed with the name of RIUI AKDSON, hy Irish
Mouseh wi... regardless of Ihe Injury t o- In .tiled al'ke on the
Amen an consum r and the manufacturers of the genuine Goods,
will n< l readily abandon a bus.ueil so pr .fltabh-, wtalc purehiaere
can be imposed on v.ith goods of a worthless character.
J BULLOCKS A J. It. LOCKE,
—Ijr Agents, SB Church tseet, NewYork.
’ KSTABIuISl I KL> l^Ii-4-.
t. dilAV sV SOA.
, STEAM SOAP AM' CAAiDLE MA.MTACTIREKS,
1 7 tli Mr. el.Bpposlte *i e MorUet
HAVING t ilarge I our f tcititles h-r manufacturing, we are pre
pared tofurnl h the superior grades of Soap, and a superior
article of 1 ii:-w t andles, at prices fev< than the same quality c»n
be . Id tlned N'rth U e therefore have expectations of a Urge In
crease to the re > Sksrsl pstnasga lor so loaga State >xt*ndedto
..nr h . »e, .ml it shall ever be our policy to u.ake it to.tho .nter.-st
.( our customers to patronise ih.s old established A.«»r u.xou
laetorj. _ _mb-T-Rui
JA8. W. qVEEI A CO.,
92V CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA,
iVannftMHirer a and Imp or tern of
CT OLD,II.VEIL and STEEL FRAME SPECTACLE*, PURVEYORS
JT C T • . toe, - r-ansits. Levels and Drafting Instru
ments, Pbili soph lei! Apparatus, for Schools and Colleges, Micro
so pis, ittereoac. pi * and Views, Spy C.IrsS. s, Ac , Ac.
A pri :ed and Illustrated Catalogues sent by mall free on appli
cation. rohfl—8m
GOFF'S PATENT KNITTING 1UACHINE
FOR FAMILY ASH PLAATATI05 USE.
Makes all kinds or
HOSIERY,
Tirprra,
UNDER SLEEVES,
and many other artlulee of wearing apparel, from Woolen, Cotton,
or Silk Yarn.
Every Family or Planter should have one.
11 C. 1 I E, Genera! Agent;
No. Jib Broadway, New York.
Agxsth Wavtkd. _ _mhlU—°md.
NOflt i: OF CO-PAR rNEBSH IP.-LOTHEK
LIUPY, of Richmond, anJ ABRAHAM BURTON, of IVt.rs
1 uig. V a., have forim .1 a co-partnetship, under th. style of LI BB\
. .. Lrneeev. KB. Id
41.until ry and Coniniiw»lon Iluaint M, at the old
stand ul Lather Lify, corner'CMh ami Cm . Hr* t**, Richmond.
LL'THKK UUliY,
AnK All AM LUKTON.
Rlchmonl, Feh. ICth.l'GO.
| HAVE t*i offer my thank* to my friend* and customer! for for
l mer liberal patronage, and to ask a continuance ol the same
CM J UMT A Bi'HToM. LL'THEK LUBY.
Richmond, Feb. 1C, lStt. _ leS8—tf
BltOAA MOOKJB A; CO.,
AUCTIONEER?,
FOR THE SALE OF NEGROES,
Will give thiir undivided attention to th** rale ol Negro* I.
rr Office on Franklin, a few doors below Wall strceL
gOpen for badness on Monday, Feb. G, laCO.
Ja'tl—daetf ___
I'XtHJNLE HOTEL AND
!i HALL Aim llOI'SE.—
In presenting this card to ti e public, we return many cordial
thanks to our gem-rots patrons for the kindness we have received
at tlic!r han.ls, *nd hip-* that the Nexv Order of A fl'nlrw,
to be initiated Sept 1,1S59, will receive the same encouragement
that our previous efforts and labors to accommodate guests have
met with.
Messrs. JOHN P and THOMAS K. BALLARD are now the Pro
•f the Establishment, and each oue pledges himself to do
what the comfort, convenience and requirements ol their guest*
demand.
We desire to keep and maintain, what oar idcnac calls far, a
FIRST 4 LANS IIOTI'll., and we promise to use renewed
e*. rtii tis to render the establishment as comfortable as possible.—
Wit; polite agents, am! ready, prompt and attentive servauts, we
■hall endeavor to afford complete satisfaction to the travelling
public.
N II. A nr.-vto-s card, long since published to cotinlorart the
Influence of « baseless rumor, is sufficient proof that our establish
ment has n ver been closed, an*! that, linoe Its publication, we
have been In better condition to entertain visiters than theretofore.
All rumors as to closure, or Intended closure, we desire cur frit rids
to notice as false, and *t»'<tnp<ws, Intending to visit us, ns wilful
auSl— if
JAK. 8. MAHAN. WM. J. CANKK.
JAM. M. MASON & CO.,
ttssrrACTraK nr stkam b*vu,
Masson’s Challenge Blacking
LEATHER PRESERVATIVE,
WRITING Fir IDS, AND BLACK WRITING INKS,
138 and 140 North Front M.,
PHILADELPHIA,]
and for sale by trade generally. mhlff—8m
LILLI E'M
Impenetrable Chi lied Iron
FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF
SAFES,
Secured with Lillie** patent
Combination Powder*
Prool Lock*, for sale by
0. J. 81NT0N A 00.,
Agents, Richmond.
S I I. V i: It W A K E,
OP the richest and ino*t elaborate character. Manufactured by
eAMl'KL KIRK A SON, ITS Baltimore street, Baltimore, MJ.
(Established 1317—rebuilt 1W9 )
FUrer Tea ar.,1 Dinner Services,
El,ver Pitcher* and Urns,
Silver Butter Cooler*,
Silver Waiter*,
?Uvtr Spoon*and Fork*.
And all othor article* of RUrer Ware, Watches, Fine Jewaliy,
Diamonds, Plated Wave, Cutlery, he, An. _apll—d8*a
CHBW1NH AND MOKI14U TOHACC4>.-L*»I
horne A Boa's .dffWect kind*. AlaojO bbla Baaoklug Tokaofo,
B, anno, and for ul.b, BUNT A J4MK8^
f
18C0. SPRING TRADE. I860.
DOUiiLT A. AHDEB80**
CORNER OF GOVERNOR AND IKANKLIB STREETS.
OFFER to tbetrfHonda and the public. mo.l d< siIrable
•lock of French anil American PAPER HaNOING#, oflho
latest style and design, for parlor*, chamber* dining room* and
hall*. al*o Floor and Table Oil Cloths, all quallltles, whit* and
cheek matting, coco matting, window ihadr* of every detcnplB n,
and prise curtain good*, lace and mu»lln curtain*, cornice* and
bands, curled hair and inns* hah, hair cloth and pluxhea for cover
ing Furnilure, Bofa Springs, Lounges, Feather Be'ls, Bolsters and
pillows, hair, moss and ahuck Mat'resses, all of which will he suld
extremely low for cash, or to punctual buyers, we are also prepar
ed to do paper hsnslng and upholstering, In the city or country
promptly, by tlie best workmen. Persons needing an) thing In
our line, will And it greatly to their adrantage to give ui a call and
look at our stock and prices before buying elsewhere. sp. i
SASH, ItMND AJfiS HOOK
Manufactory*
CORNER 7tii AND MAIN STREETS, RICHMOND, VA.
MERGER III LL
ARK prepared to supply, at the shortest not ee, every descrip
tion of wor In their line. Operating with the most approved
machinery and the best quality of material*, they will *ar ant
their work to be of the best order. ,
Pe sons who are elthe. building or repairing, are respectfully In
vited to give us a call. ._
r‘Order* from the country will receive prompt attention.
purchase Glass at factory prices, and arc enabled to furnish
lhe l0Wt,trrt"- _ MERCER A HILL.
■MVHUR iTIAINI FACTOKV.
TV. St'NDBL’RU A Co., la.e pleasure to Inform their friend*
# and the public that they have eitahlUhed a manufactory In
thia city, for making Plain aud Ornamental Gilt, and Koaewood
Mouldings, of every description Mirror, Portrait and I Icture
Frames,made of the latest patterns and tlie most fashionable style*,
fully equal to anyt' log that Is gotten up In the N rthern clt.es,
which we will sell, wholesale or retail, at the moat liberal prices.
We have also on hand a very large and select assortment of
plain and colored Kngravlngi and Lithograph*; a fresh "“PP'F of
Artist's Materials, from the well known manufactories of Wlnsor A
Newton and Kowney A Oo., I-ondon. .
Picture and Looking-glass Plates of all rises, kept constantly on
hand. etc. ... , _
Old Frames rcgllt, and old Painting* renovated at a* low
prices a* can be done anywhere.
Orders punctually attended lo
Merchants f om the country will do wrl! to call, as they can buy
good* in our line, at aa low prices as In an^^ J(• r'q a ”**’
MU| ilw _ **■*? ^rr’e’'
BRADY'S PUBLISHING HOUSE.
NEW BOOES JUST ISSUED.
rvTIlKL Tit K VOK ; or, The Duke's Victim. By G. W. M
^ RnTMOLl*. Brice 50 cent*.
Punt LIl v ; or. Memoirs of the Marquis of Waterford.
Price 36 cents.
Expose of llir Mnn* of iTIalta. “
Tlie Cltcvullur D'Hurmelilal. By A. Dumas.
Price SO cents
Penning** Every Itlolherw* Book t Do not let your
Child Die. Brice *5 cent*.
H^Mailed, free of postage, on receipt of price.
Tlie Welcome but at, a first-class Family Monthly News
paper, ls*ueu at the low rate of Twxsrv Ftva Cksts a Ikab. Send
for a specimen ... ...
Brady's Mammoth Catalogue of all the best books lent
free of post-ig'. yREDERIO A. BRADY, Publisher,
21 Aau Street, New York.
Agents wanted._ _
BOOTS, SHOTS ANI) Till NkS,
NEW SPRING sroiK, .MARCH Bill, 18(10.
WE have received a portion of our Spring Slock of Boot*,
Shoes, Trunks, Ac., which we offer to the merchant* of Vir
ginia, North Carolina and Tennessee. on as good term* as they can
be purchased In Baltimore. Philadelphia or New Vork. Me are
perfectly satisfied they will find It so If they will call and examine
our stock. Our facilities for buying good* at the lowest prices, from
the manufacturers, are equal Vo any house in the United Stales.—
We have been In business over twenty five yea », and sreaequaln
ted with nearly all lhe best manufacturers of every description of
boots and shoes, and from the experience tve have ha d In our bvt*
incss, we think we are very good judges. We get our goods deliv
ered tc us ns low In Richmond, Virginia, a* any of the h us * do In
Halt.to..re, Philadelphia or New York, and we do not Intend to be
. xcetled In variety or st) le by any house anywhere. W think our
stock will equal. If not surpass, many of the Urg.-st houses in New
York. We have the must of our stock manufactured to our order,
out of the bestmateria'*.
We ate also manufacturing In Richmond, Men's and Boys' heavy
sewed Brogans suitable for Farm. r*. The stock of Boots an.l Shoe*
that we have made expressly tor Farmers Is the very best, and we
will warrant u an 10 wear mu. .....
In the w.y of Ladle*' and Gentlemen’* fine dress Shoe* and
pools, we have as fine and as n! e as run he made, nut of the very
Leal materials. We are receiving good* every week, and our stock
will be found very complete. W e Invite our friend* and the public
to call anil examine. ___ .
PUTNEY A WATTS,
Wholesale and Retail dealers In
Boot*, Shoes and Trunks,
mhS No. lid Main street
LIGHTS fc BBADBI BBT’S ITAA OS.
T\TI CALL the attention of the cltDens of Rich
> I mend, and Virginia, to our llano Enrte* which
we I ave placed with Mr. Caro*!, that their qualities.
In every respect, may be tested by the side of the? I T I I'
famed Chickering’*.
We warrant all our Plano*, and can show as high and as nume
rons t'-stirionlals as any factory In the country. All of which cr.n
be seen at Mr. Carusi's on 11 r - d Street.1 ! door front Suh.
Jt;c_ LIGHT* * BRADUURRY.
CHICKERING PIaM
A NEW and full aupply of these splendid lnstru
merit* have been received.
In addition to tbe heautllu! K..ii dr No!*, theClr- HrVwMWj
• fix » i'
dolr, a beautiful ln*trument of an upright form.
Th. Chickerlngs hate received > Erst price medals, all over re
nowned competitor* and from Erst rank institutions and fair* of
America and of Europe. They have manufactured and sold more
Piano* than any factory In the worl I.
From the Chickerlngs have emanated the best and most perma
nent Improvement* that have hruu.-ht th- llano to !i* present per
fection; and l y ihe great capita! t! ry have Invested in manufac
turing conveniences, they ran f -'.I folly fifty percent, cheaper than
any other lactory. N ue of thrir Instruments leave the wururoom
without having t.e.-n fully Inspe-l by the best srtls's.
As tt.L-factory has ticver more than ne agency In a city, In
Richmond these" instruments ran only be sold by the subscriber.
T1 e factory warrant* all Plan, , we sell. Order* promt <ly »•
tended tn.
Warerooms. north side of Broad street, near »th, and at Habits
ten 4 Brother's, No. 169 Main street
ma!9 NATHT, CtRUfil, Bol* Agent
VANLKW, TAVLOR& CO., No. 74 Main street, have
In slot. a lacy stork of
Butcher's FHesand E l<e Tr- !r
Bpesr and Jaekson’s Hand. Rip. and Grain Saws
Baldwin’s bench and moulding Planes
Hunt* and Bitumen's chop and ehingie Hatch. Is
Nagdnle’s Adgr eye, nail and brad liammerr
(look's and Snell's c.-.-,t at - - I Aug-rc and Bills
TV* erby, Beatty A BraUlev’* Drawing Knives
Tnrriing Lathes, Cbisels and Gouge*
Boreing Machines, tire and breast in Ills
A LSt i
Blacksmitli'a tool* of Die best quality, for sal* low for rash or to
puntusl rustomer*. a- BO
Mrmii:Li.&FKY
OFFl'R Cheap to ihe ra te—
2,i. g) t.1- Manufactured Tol.aero, a** n 1 brands
IW •• M. i.angtn rne * “on's best brands
1,12X1 packagr-s KUlickinlek i*i..nkln(Tobacco
2,.**) “ Mohican bmuklng Tuba ceo (In !l and * pound
drums
10*1 bbls. Layvcll’s Rockbridge P.ve Whisky
28 y casks Cognac and Itru-hel! Brandies
8 X pipes Hennesy London Dock Brandy, vintage
Nil
fin t .-arks Sherry. Madeira, fort and M 11*74 Bine*
8 Puncheon- Imperial '- let Gin
ID. rases Champagne; Claret and Ilork Wir.e*
25 Mils Burry Apple end Peaeh Bandit*.
All of wlleh wilt be sol 1 as cheap a*such g-.ods ran be pnreha«ed
In aov market. MIfCIJkLL 4 PAY,
N-. 16 Pearl street,
apS—tf Richmond, Va.
ETTENGFrR A EDMOND,
RICHMOND, VA.,
Iluildcrst of
Portable and Stationary
ENGINES,
SAW-HILL*, BA1LKVAU H«RK, Ac.
STEAM FIRE ENGINES,
or TUB MOST AT PRO VXD PLAS
tn d
Hladc In the Very Best Hanner,
Warranted a/ual in trtnj rttptrt to any of the taint *hed
K’<yint* built tidier JfortSor West J»25—Cm
MERCHANT**
i3srsxjs,eA.iQ"C£:
Offlce No. 153 Hnin St., Richmond.
MARINE INSURANCE on Venell,Cargo, atil freight
»* i a v la ik’QIItf A Vf'f , „ . - * . I l,s* ilv.ri etnili nr
lanl carriage.
KIRK INSURANCE on Merchandise generally, Dwelling Houiea,
Warehouse*, and other Buildings in town or country.
POLICIES Issued ut current rates, and losses promptly paid.
DIRECTORS:
Jos. R. Anderson, James Dunlop, Samuel Putney,
Jus. L. Apperson, L. W. Glaaebrook, Th. Taylor, Jr.,
David J. Saunders, Lewie Uintur, • John Purcell,
David J. Burr, Oec. D. Shell, John D. Quarles,
Wm. Breeden, R. B. lleath, E. Stearns,
H. E. Watson Ban'l J. liarraon, John C. Slaton,
Wm. n. Christian, E. Miller, K. II. Skinker,
John Dooley, Wm. G. Patne, James Thomas, jr.
ARCH'D PLEASANTS, Pres't.
J. H. Motrraooa. P-—’y. apl9_
Fire; lUNUranee, Niurim; iii*uruiice.
THE VIRGINIA FIRE % MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Ornok No. 181 Mats 8ra*w, Riohmosd, Va.
CASH CAPlTATi, $200,000.
CHARTERED In lo32,and having, during its existence of twenty
six y ears, met claims for hiss to the extent cf largely over a
>111. LION OF DOLLARS, it refers to the history of the
last as affording the very hesl guarantee for the future.
Bella- a VIRGINIA COMPANY,Its profits are distributed amongst
her cluseiis, and its Capital used to promote the success of her
Commercial and Mechanical Industry.
By the long acquaintance of this Institution with the Insuring
Public, It has become familiar with their Interests, and no pains
will he spared, or Information withheld, on the part ef its Officers
tint will tend to Insure accuracy and give satisfaction.
To Karmen and Country Merchants we can refer—from the very
extensive country Insurance already secured—to highly respectable
c tiitns In almost every portion of the State.
Applicatioss for Eire or Marine Insurance, addressed to the
President or Secretary, will recolve prompt attention.
W. L. OOWARDIN, President.
William Willis, Jb., Secretary. mh!9—ly
Fire, Life aud Jin rim: Iusiiruure.
n’HE RICHMOND EIRE ASSOCIATION with a cash capital and
JL surplus of nearly $250,000, Is prepared to Issue policies
on the above descriptions of risks on as reasonable terms as any
simitar institution In the Stale, and respectfully a.k a share of the
patronage* of the public. Applications will be received at the of
fice No. ID6J4 second door east of corner of Main and 1 lth street*,
where the officers will cheerfully give any Information required.
All losses promptly and liberally adjusted.
DIRECTORS:
Ohas. T. Wortham, John H. Claiborne,
Wm. C. Tompkins, Robert M. Burton,
John J. Wilson, Thoa A. Rust.
Alex. Garrett, Geo. N. Gwathmey,
John T. Sublett, frs. J. Barns.
DAVID CURRIE, Pres’t.
Bosxrr A. ToMriixg. Sec'y. _ wM
NEW YORK LIFE INSI'KAIVCK COMPANY.
MUTUAL SYSTEM.
Capital »i,KOO,tiOO.
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS deposited with the
Comptroller of the 8tata of New York, and out of the hands
of the Company to secure policy holders.
DividkxdS maps amsuallv om a most Liberal Principle.
Forty per ct of the premium on Life Policies, will be loaned the
insure! when the premium exceeds 4W.
Policies issued and payable to the Insured on arriving at a cer
tain age, or to the family of the insured at death, should that event
happen previously to arriving at that age.
Endow S ent POLICIES for ohlldren, granted on the most favor
able term*.
Policies Issued at greatly reduced rates of premium, when the
Insured prefer* not to participate In the dividend*.
All losses paid promptly and without litigation.
W e shall be pleased to have you call at once and secure a policy
In Ihli old and reliable Company which oomea before you endors
ed by yonr own citltcn*.
WORTHAM A WYATT, Agent*,
Office 190, Main street,
few doors above Post Office.
CHAB. E. WORTHAM,
General Agent and Attorney
forth* Company In Va
MEDIC A L EXAMINERS t
Jab. H. Oowwat, M. D. 1
Bn. T. Oolbmas, M. a f
*wn ____
Tbf AS. KVMU-lMi bW» Pur* High Proof Mots sees Bum,
jX , l»ndhj(, lot Hit ») I. A «. B P4YESP0RT.
RAILROADS, &C.
BUlinOA’D and FKTKHMH KG KAILUOAl)
MM1M8L
(IHANUK OF HOGKN.
OFFICE RICHMOND A PETERSBURG R. R. CO. I
Richmond, Va., April 2d, I860. J
ON and after MONDAY, the 2d, the lialns on this Road trill
leave ai follow!:
LKAVK RICHMOKP ro» rrriassnao.
F*pree», daily, except Sunday!, at.4.80 A. M
Accommodation and Freight, dally,except Sunday*, at..7.00 A. M.
Mail, daily, at. 2.66 P. M
i.kavk rrrxshHi ro roa richmowd.
Expresi,dally at. 8 56 A. M
Accommodation daily, except Suudayi, at.T.I6 A. M.
Mall dally, » “ at. 5 P.M.
Pawmgers for Clover HIM will take the Express Train on Tues
day, Thursday, or Saturday. T. H. WVNNE,
ap3 Superintendent.
UCHAIOKD 4 YORK RIVER RAILROAD.
ON and after MONDAY, March 1st, 1S60, the Pasxenger Train*
trill depart:—
FROM RICHMOND.
Dally (except Sundays,) at .6)4 A. M.
Tuesdays and Fridays, at.2>j P. M.
FROM WHITE HOUSE.
Dally ^except Sundays,) it.. 4)g P. M.
Tuesdays and Fridays, at. 6)6 A. M.
STEaMER SEA-BIRD LEAVES NORFOLK,
Mondays and Thursdays, at.8 A. M.
LEAVES WHITt HOUSE,
Tuesdays and Fridays, at.. .8 A. M.
(Connecting with Cart both ways )
Stage leaves Ceppahosic wi arf Tuesdays and Fridays, on arri
val of the steamer from White-Hoove, for Matthews C. H , by w*y
of Oloueetter C II, arriving at Matthew* C. H same day, at 4
o'clock P. M. R. turning, leaves Matthews <! H. at 6 o’clock A.
M., Mondays and Thursdays, connecting with steamer for White
House.
Freight Trains leave and arrive at Richmond Wcdnrtdavs and
Saturdays. THOS. K. SHARP,
mat—ta Superintendent.
VIKlilKIA CENTRAL, RAILROAD.
FS racte. ^ rswSKrig: "aSSaSP
mPw •»!* s.wv Wet
Mail and 1 ^ssengi>r Trains,
I EAVE Richmond dally at 6:30, a. M., fur Gordonaville, and
J daily (except Sundays) for Staunton and int.rmcdlale sta
tions Connecting at GordunavtUe, with the Orange and Alexan
dria Railroad for Alexandria and Intermediate Stations and at
i harlntteavllle with their trains for Lynchburg.
On Sundays passengers for Charlottesville and Lynchburg ta^e
the Orange and Alexandria Train at Gordonsville.
Passengers for points west of stannt n, wishing to go directly
through, will take the train on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Batur
Jays.
Stag-s connect with the train at Goshen for Lexington, va., at
Millboro for Warm Springs, at Jackson s River for Covington,
White Sulphur Springs, Lewlsburg, Ac.
Passengers for Lexington can g > directly through dally (except
Sunday.) On Tuesdays, Thursdays ano Saturdays, they will take
the Stage at Goshen, and on Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays at
Staunton.
RETURNING,
The mall and passenger train leaves Jackson's River on Mon
days, Wednesdays and Fridays at 3,15, P. A.
A Freight Train,with a passenger car attached,will leave Waynes
boro'at 7 15 and rtaunlon at 2 45, A. M., on Mondays, Wednes
days and Fridays for Jackson's River.
Returning, will leave Jackson’s River at 8, A. M , on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays for Staunton and Waynesboro’, leaving
Staunton at 3 30, P. M ."arriving at Waynesboro’ at 4.40 P. M.
ptyihrough Tickets for Lynchburg, Lexington, Va., Warm
Springe, Wbl'eSu phur, Lewlsburg, Va., Ac., can be procured at
the Ticket Office. TIIOS. DODAMEAD,
ap’J General Superintendent
Office Va. Central Railroad Company, April 6th, lb60
K I c H a 0 ■ D ill DAVVILLK RAILROAD.
1 S(>() CHANCE OF.Hi HKD ILK, ]$({()
I vN and after Wnlneaday, April 25th, lb60, the trains, on this
V/ road, will run as follows:
MAIL AND PASSENGER TRAIN.
Leave Richmond daily (Sundays excepts |at7 A.M. for Junc
tion, (Bar«tril!c,) Lynchburg, Bristol, Km,xville, Dalton, Chatta
r.ooga, Atlanta, Naahville.Graud Junction, Memphis, Montgomery,
Mobile, Jackson, Vicksburg and New Orleans.
Leave Richmond dally (e ept Sundays) at 7 o’clock, a. B. for
Danville, Va., and Greensboro’, N. C.
RETURNING,
Leave D.vrvlllc dally (except Sundays) at 5 o’clock x. w., and
Junction (Burkevllle) 10.10 a. n., and arrive In Richmond at 1.10
The Mall and Passenger trains conntd both wayt with the
Bouth-Slde Railroad trains t j anTfrom the South-west, at the Junc
tion, ami with the Met e, nd, Prederlcksburg ami Potomac Rail
roa-i trains, to and from tlia North at Richmond.
par-Tt rr.uet. Ticket, sold, and Baggage checked through to the
abo"-naaied points- also, to the Virginia Spring*.
|yt“Por through vL-J-c,'.,South anil Southwest, and fer further
lulormatlon, apply at the Ticket Office of the Itlchmoud A Danville
Railr. a.I Company, Richmond.
4.3PotThrnuc Ti -kits to Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia
a:..! New Pork, a; ply at the office of the Company, In Danville.
ALEX. WORK a LLi. Superintendent.
KOI TII-SIDi: n VII.KO.tl>.
ON AND AFTER HONDA Y THK22d AI-fTT
gust, the passenger Trains, will run as follows:
FROM PETERSBURG TO LYNCHBURG.
Mail Train starts dally at 3:8il A. SI., reaches Lynchburg at 13:86
P. M.
Paesenger Train starts dally, except Sunday*, at 4:45 P. M.,
reaches Lynchburg at 12:80 A. il.
FROM LYNCHBURG TO PETERSBURG.
Mail Train start dally at 11 A. M., reaches Petersburg at 6 P. M.
Passenger Trains Starts dally, except Sundays, at lU;8U P. SL,
reaches Petersburg at C:N> A. M.
Th se trail 1 co nect with two dally trains to the Springs, Knox
rlllc, Nashville, Memphis, Ac., to New Orleans.
ftf~ This I. the shortest and nk i1 exp. litlou. route to all parts
of Tence«See, Alaf-an a, Mi wi.v, j.;d, I u sans, Arkansas and Texas.
1 1 Petersburg tally, except Sundays, at
7 A. M , and 12 N , n, an J C ity Point at 5 Jo A. IL, and i.do P. M.
Extra trains are run to and fioct ail the steam packets when ne
eassry.
H. D. BIRD,
au24 General 8uperlntendacL
IRUO. NOTICE._ IStiO.
10 PASSE.Vi.Kh> GhING SOUTH NEW AKKAXGEMET.
IMPORTANT no TRIYKLLEH8.
TUtWViill . I.V/< TUROVtill CHECKS,
GREAT NORTHERN ROUTE.
CARRYING Till. GREAT UNITED STATES MAIL
TWICE DAILY—Sunday night eacepled—between
RICHMOND, ALEXANDRIA,AVARIl: MOTON I: -.I TlMOr.K, PPIL
ADL1.PIMA, NEC, YORK, and all Important points West, via Ac
quia Creek and Washington, over the
RICHMOND.MEDnUKKMH KG AND POTOMAC RAU.ROAI ,
To the Potomar River, 75 mile*; anil by Pplen.lcd and comfcrtabie
'..liners 0. .. vtoW lit luglon, 5I» miles, in all 180 miles ln7 hour;;
belt, a comfortable and perfectly safe rate of speed.
g'<" Hours of departure fl.'e.’ A. M , and i.tsi P. M.
j tr Ka -, .ye under ehargv of rpc-clal Agents, CHECKED
THROUGH to Washington, BaUlmcrr, Philadelphia and New
York.
Thi >agh tlcki t-.r -,n be procured -it the following rates:
. . 6 6 N
To Philadelphia - 8 5*> 1 To New York. 11 50
lo Cincinnati.22 M> 1 To St. Louis’.. . KJ 50
lo Columbus..20 25 1 To Chicago. *8 00
To Indianapolis.S3 ‘»M To Pittsburg. 16 (0
To Cairo.hi 3*11 To Louisville. 23 tO
t o Divl-n . 29 25 j To Decatur.80 78
To Jeffersonville. 25 75 j To Newark. . 13 ’.’5
To Rock Island. 83 09 To Vlncennea.SS 00
To Zaoesvdle. 13 30 |
Pa», .. . . and sup at Ashland, and dine so board the
comfortable steamers between Acqui t Creek and Washington.
F..r further Information, apply at this office. Broad street,
Bhockne Hll’, JAM EH B. WINSTON,
Gen’l Ticket Agent
BAM’L RUTH, f»upt. I
Office B F. A 1*. R. R. Co,, V
Blchraaad, Jan. 31, IMS. I_ _Jan24—tf
NO I I IE,—Perron* wishing to ohta 10 tickets for servants over
the Rich nond Pm del lekrburg ami Potomac R. R , for Wssli
g«< n City, and 1 olsts fui-lo r North, must, in all MM* be vouch
,4 for by some reap nxible white cttlsen of Richm no in person,
mown o the officers <ff the Road, ns no tickets nl I hesr.ld If ap
plied for by letter. A. I». Al.l EN,
n,„. > 1 v Heket Agasi
!)It. .1. 9. K09E,
TO THE RICK AND AFFLICTED.
rtVEIIV INTELLIGENT AND TIIINKIWC
12 parson must know that remedies handed out fer general MS
should have their efficacy established by .tell tested ex; eilence It
the hands of a reyulirly-educatod Physician. Dr J t*. Rose, has
labored long and diligently In an extensive ; raettee of medicine,
and his remedies (ails well known lo llie people of Richmond) have
performed the most remarkable cures lu re and elsewhere.
Ifli J, S. MONK’S 1 X PEDI OK ANT OK COUGH
NY Mil*.
For Cvmuv'ptu.n, Co’,to, 1 AM nut, Spitting of Bl.xrt,
Cruiujiiti-, an I alt bUttum of tit Lung*.
Thi. flyrnp, having stood the tut iff many years’ etj erlenre as a
remedy tor Irritation or InBaUjatl .n of the Lung?, Throat, »r Bron
ctda, Is sekiiowle !,;eil by all to be a remedy eminently superior to
of Coughs ami Coo9Uiopt:oD.
Id compounding * Cough Syrup for general use, the physician
fur DOM hut a physician should attempt apreier!p;!on--l»compell
ed, from IDs knowledge of the < nstltution and conslituted parts of
man,to avoid entirely the addition of drugs that canaoyway
tend to do Injury. Pis object U not only to cause a symptom, su. h
wt cough, to stop, but It is also expected of a regularly educated
d at r. th ,t !.•• h old curt his patient radically—whllelh# prstso
tier nay shay a cough by his opium ar.d squills, raolasscsand Uu I
anuru, antimony, morphia, ar.d wild cherry hark, and not be ac
countable for the after health of his ratlent Many cf O'.e nostrums
of the day have power to stop a rough, and the deluded victim Is
lulled Into an Incurable form of dl*r»se, or perhaps death. l)r. J.
8. hose’s Cough By nm will not only cure Coughs, but In all cases
prevent that Lion of Diseases, CONSUMPTION. Price Ia)c. and f 1.
DU. J. N. I. ONE'S PAIN CT’REH.—This popular
and never falling remedy has alone stood the test of thirty-five
years. Price 12, 25 and 50 cts.
THE PAIN Cl- Ill' ll curesRt eumatism.
TH 6-1 P t IN Cl HER cares pains In thellmbs, joints, baet
or spine.
THE PAIN CLUEII cures Cholic pain* In the Stomach
or Bowels.
THE PAIN CTRER cures Scalds, Burns, Sprains and
Bruises . .
TMS PAIN CUKP.H cures any pain internally or exter
Dally, and should be kept in every family.
Yh t; ail ordy say to the mulcted, try the PAIN CCHEIl.
If It gives you relief, recommend it to others; if It falls, condemn it
R-member it has come from a regular Physician.
Dll. J. S. Si OS? >S DYSPEPTIC COMI'OIND.
the only sure cure for Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. Price 5t
cents.
Dyspepsia may be known by cosllveness, belching up of wind,
sour stomach, and sometimes diarrhoea or looseness of the bowels,
headache, nervous feelings, cold feet, wakefulness anil variable
appetite. If these symptoms are allowed to go on long, without
this medicine, (which will always cure,) then follow debility of the
lungs, and a predisposition to consumption.
Dll. J. N .ROSE’S BCCHI COMPOTND, fora)!
diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder. Price 50 cts. The great de
man l for this article has Induced others to bottle up something and
call It Buehu. Ask for Rose’s, and take no other.
AUDIt.J. N. HOSE’S OENDINE MEDICINES
have his written signature over the Cork of each bottle. Take
none without 1L
For sale by all respectable Druggist*.
Sold by WARNER L. WARING, General Agent,
10T Itroad Street, above 2th,
f.q Richmond.
18(i0. JiKW SPlilNG GOODS 1800.
A. K. PARKER <Sr OO.,
No. 113 EmkIu Squure,
ARE now prepared to offer to their friends, and the public gene
rally, a Linux and mijssi.id stock of
FRENCH ASH ENGLISH DRY GOODS.
Consisting, In part, of
Plain Black and Fancy Bilks,
Rich c.lk. Grenadine and B-rage Robe*,
French and English Dress Goods In every variety,
Bilk and Lace Mantillas,Shawls,
Paris Embroideries and Lac Goods,
Houiek- rplng and Plantation Goods.
While Goods of every kind.
Mourning Goods of C7ery description,
Gloves, Hosiery, Ac.
Together with many other articles too numerous to mention.—
All of which will he soMvery cheap. _mhl»
JOHN C.SIIAI’IIRA CO„
DRAPERS AND TAILORS,
EXCHANGE BUILDING,
14th STREET, RICHMOND, VA.
Would respectfully call attention to their new *tyle* of
Spring and Summer Goodie.
mhT _______
Mules, rauLES and hobsbsu-i have
juat receive*!, *!irect from Krntocky, a vrry choice yWi
vid super! .r lot of Stock. 1 have MULES well suited to
ln>n masters, raUroad purposes, street and plantation use, all of
hlch I will sell, exchange, break and deliver In the dty or conn
y, on my usual (UiYmimotlnting terms, at Davis A Hutchison's,
to IfrutUr.'t old thind.
i. ea \ to if ID WIN WALKER.
Ill hall be ta receipt of fresk Hock, direct from Kentucky,
very month. Enquire as above. _*•
rrv OAUH OF WHIRKBY. WARRANTED to
50 be nfysars old, aad equal to any thing ol the kind to hs
found, tor salt bj __ _
_HARDWARE._
CLABHHM* A /UDEKROII,
No. 10H .tlwln Ntreet, H|< limoml, Virginia.
In POKTKKN cf HARDWARE, CUTLERY, UL'NS, Ac., Lave
for sals _
4000 do*. Pocket Knlrea,
8400 hU Kntreaaod F< rk«,
80 doi. Irnry Table and Dessert Knives,
■ 100 Plated •* “ Fork*,
8oo “ Wme and Botcher Knives,
100 *' Rodger*, Wide* and Butcher! Raton
80 “ Rsiorfltrops,
Sjo “ Scissors and 8hean,
6000 Gross Gimlet pointed Screw*
8t 00 dm. Butt, Table, and other lllngn,
'600 xetlf Bed and Furniture Caron,
8000 dot Rim, Pad, Cheat and Work Ucka,
160 grow Tea and Table spoons,
6000 Ih Griflin'* Hone Shoe Nalla,
too kegs hammered Horse Shoes,
20 ton* Iron Axles.
60,000 Carriage and Plow Boll*. Ac., Ac.
They are also Agents for Fairbanks Wales.
TAI LOR’S ( AST STEEL!
WE hare just received, of direct Importation, a largs and
complete assortment of Naylor's and Marshall's best cast
steel, t onilitlng of
Square assorted from IX to 2X Inches
Ortsgon *• " , to 114 *•
Round Machinery assorted from X *° IX Inches
Double shear steel assorted, all slses
Mill Pick cast steel *• •*
Patent Hsmmev steel “ «
Granite Wedge “ ** ••
To which were spcctfully Invite the attention of Granite Work
ers and purchasers generall) • For sale at lowest rates hv
H tO. DON NAN.
mayl Iron Front W. Block Governor Street.
IMA Si'I.IMi TRADE. ltW.
llOBKKI J. DENNY,
Dottier In Hardware, fulli-ry, Tools, Ac,,
Embracing every variety of nrtirUn atlaiiteafcur
BUILDERS, M A till IE’I STS, it HOUSEKEEPERS,
. No. 206, SBOVg tbs Buis.
I HAVE now in store the largest and moat rom- —^|Msaa
plete stock of English, German and American
Hardware I have ever had the plcucreto of- ——JfWBt-.
ter, and respectfully Invite all in want to examine
the same before purchasing elsewhere. My goods ire fresh, and
having been purchased exclusively for uash, I am prepared to of
fer theta upon the lowest terms.
In Puriiiluu 1 mplenients I enumerate Hoes, Hand-Plows,
Shovels, Spades, Fcrkes, Kaks, Scythes. Snaths, Axes aud Chains.
Together with GARDENING TOOLS of all kinds.
In llotlM'-Furnialiiiii: flood* my stork Is also very
complete—vis: Pine Tea Trays and Walters, single and In setts;
Japan'J Tollctt Sets; Tin-Ware; Sauce-Pan*; Tea and Preserving
Kettles; Cutlery; Flue Ivory Handle Ktdrcs; (Indos. and in sets,)
Double Plated Forks and Spoons; Brusbea; Hair and Feather Dust
ers; Tubs; Buckets; Mats; Brooms; Cooking L'tenails, Ac., Ac.
And la KuildlnKltlaltrlul*,particularly,I am constantly
prepared with a Urge and complete stock—vis : Locks of every de
scription; Bolts; Hinges;Screws, Iren and liras* Rail, 8heave*,Bcrew,
Side and Axle Pulleys,Sash Cord;8crt» Wrenches, Cut and Wrought
Nails aipl Spikes, and all other articles for building purposes; to
gether with Tools of all kinds
CF* Orders tarefhliy and promptly attended to.
ROBERT J. DINNT,
mhM 906 Main strret, above the Banka.
flAHIILtllF HOI.TN, ( OK U NCHEWN AND
X > TIRE BO' TS.—We have just received direct from on* of the
best manufacturers, a large aud full supply of Carriage Bolls,
Coach Screws and Tire Bolts, well a-sorted, every *l»e, to which we
respectfully solicit a call from every or e In n> ed of such artl les.
T. ROBERTSON A SONS
apIS No 66 Main st.
/ i K NN AN II t.H YIN Ml THEN, 4 KADLKN.
\JT We respectfully call attention to our a«sortm*nt of
••Waldron's" Gras« and Grain itcylhrs, all sixes
"J. C Colson's" Patent do do do do
Gr-cs Hooks and Sickle*
Superior Cast Steel, Weeding and Hilling Hoes
, Sp -des and Shovels of various makers
Folks, 2,8 and 4 Prnrgs
Those In want shsll he furnished at the lowest market price.
my4 l* 1 MOORE A Oh, '.t Pearl St.
It. II. UONIII It.
, COACH AND HARNESS MANTFACITRER.
No, 223, Corner of .Tlnlu aud Gilt S|n-«-4*.
HAS jm hand .»large and general a**" latent cf Carriages and
. llarn-*«, of hi* own manufacture, whh h he can confidently
recommend to those In want of a good, substantial and fashionable
vehicle, i
lie wld make to order any article In the carriage line, arid will
use every effort to please those who may favor him with then pa
tronage.
R, n*i. . efeculcil with neatr.ets and desnatch. fr2—lv
CARRIAGES! CAHRIAGKNI (1KKIAGLNII
HITCHCOCK & OSBORN,
RICHMOND CARRIAGE WAREHOUSE,
No. 313 and 315 Main Street,
Have constantly on hand
Tlie Lnrgi at A In «t Awaorted stock
OF C'A It K I A G KN IN
THE .STATE,
00 Misting, In part, of the following
STYLES
OaIrct.es, Phaeton*,
Ooache*, Chaise*.
Brett Pliaeton, Baroncno,
Bluest Rock way*, Buggies,
Five Beat do Top BuggleL,
Four Heat do do Wagon*,
Two Seat do, Oonoord Wagon*,
Road ruikeyi, Trotting Sulkey*,
BUde Beat Haggle*, do. Wagon*.
Hamm and Whip*.
(t la confidently believed that no atock of Carriage* In thla or any
other n,*rket It more worthy of public attention, embracing nearly
all the I steal atylea and Improvement* that are desirable, and will
be (old at the lowest possible price*, and warranted the u*ual
length of time. We present our sincere thank* to oar patron* for
their bberal patronage, and hope to merit a continuance of their
fa vara.
or All kind* of Carriage repairing done promptly. mbit
KING A LAMBETH.
CARRIAGES! CARRIAGES!! CARRIAGES!!!
RICHMOND COACH MANUFACTORY,
Frauklin Nlreitl,
One Sqtinre below Eicliange Hotel
We Invite all person* In want of
HOME MADE CARRIAGES,
W d> To call and examine onr sterk, as we pro
'-Wyl—;.V~ pose to sell abetter article for less money
than CARRIAGES of the same quality can be bought fur L. the
Northern ritle*. We have been engaged In building Caaauois
more than 25 year* In thi* city. Our work ha* proved satUfactory
to all who have bought of us We are more largely engaged In
wannfucturing Carriage* than any other Uonae In the State, em
ploying over 50 hand*.
tv - lave on haul a large assortment of Fashionable CARRIAGES,
of superior quality.
Caleche*, Two Beat Rockawayt,
Coaches, all sty le*, Phcaloni,
Ch&rrloiteea, Top Reggie*,
Barouches, Buggies without Topi,
Four deal Rockswayi, Sulkies,
Bible Beat Top Buggies.
Also a Urg» atock of Coach, Buggy and Sulky Harness of onr own
make, ofbe-t mat. rial and workmanship:
Coach and buggy Whips, all qua Itleu
Carriages of all styles made to order.
All kinds of Coach Repairing executed In the heat manner and
with piomptneaa. ALFRED KING,
Mb _ TOO M LAMBETH.
NOTICE.
riio TUB FARMERS OF VIRGINIA AND
1 NORTH CAR01 IN A.—We would rail attention of the Farm era
of t irgtnia and North Carolina to the fact, that we are now manu
facturing the justly celebrated "Geiaer Thresher, Cleaner amt Bag
ger," l* r grain, and would advise thone In want of a superior ma
chine, to send forward their orders.
first premiums were awarded this Thresher, at the "Central Ag
ricultural Fair," held here tdetober last, also at the “ State Fair,"
held ir Petersburg Its advantages over all other Threshers yet
invented, consists In its being portable, threshing much cleaner,
and Slip.reeding the necessity of rur'lng through the Fan Mill —
One he,If the force usually employed on all other machines, will be
found diffident to prepare. In a given time, an equal quantity of
grain for market
We take pleasure In referring to a few of the larvMt wheat graw
tr», who are using these machine* for their superior merit*, vl*:—
Mesirn Robert II Him* of Turkey island; Wm. B. HarrUon, Up
per Brandon; William Gee, Prince George; D Walker Ilaxall,
Henrico; Jaa M Taylor, Richmond; Wtu. Ballard Preston, Mont
gomery ; Adolph Dill, Henrico; Thoa. J Green, Warrcnten, N. C ;
1 ho*. 11. Carter, o Henrico; together with many others of the
argest and best farmers In Virginia.
No pair* or expense will he spared in the selection of material*,
r In the workmarship, to produce such machines a* will be une
quailed by any uow In use.
fe8_JOilf tv CARDWELL A CO.
1IOHL.MAUE FI ItNITI KE
BELY IX k ATKINSON
GOVERNOR STRUCT, RICHMOND, VA.
£* WOULD respectfully Inform their filends
UA and the public that they have and will
fW continue to keep on hand, alaryc auorl
* 1 * mtWO made
A .Vi >lIN 1.1 r l I 1 UKrj,
of all stylet end qualities ; Fc ’thcr Beds, Hair, Cotton and Shuck
Mattr.iss.-r, *c. 1 hey have spring Mattrasses of n superior kind,
more approved of than any other that have l.esn in use; together
■ ith an a-soitment <.f very superior Plano Fortes, from the best
and oldest ir-mufartorie, in this country.
They would Invite their friends acd the public to an examination
of their ste-ck, and will »...urc them that they can and will tell as
low as any other house, either North or South. They are now mak
ing rran cements to enlarge their manufactory and hope by a strict
attention to their hu-lness to merit a continuance of the liberal pat
ronage they have hitherto received. They are also prepared to
furnish, at short notice, any kind of Duiial Case, either wood i.r
me-alio, wjtl, all necessary grave clothes, and to attend t • the
Undt risking In all its departments, with promptness and dispatch.
I iilltHI HATED WHUIHHT IKON AND
Vy WIRE RAILING.—(Secured by L-tters Patent)—Admirably
adapted for enclosing Public Grounds, Cem-teries, l'alcony s, Col
lages. Ac Sheep and Or Hurdle, Patent Wire, Sackling Bead
Heads, will, every variety of Folding Iron Beadstcads and Iron
Furniture. Patent AVlre Coal Screens, Ore, Sand and Gravel
Screens, Wire Netting for Mosquito, Sheep, Poultry, and other
purposes. Wire Summer Houses, Fancy Wire Work In great va
riety, tor Gardens, Ac.
M. AVALKER A SONS, Manufacturers,
No 535 Market, N. E. corner Sixth street, Philadelphia
oc<—dly
PLOWS! PLOWS!! PLOW'S!!!—NO EXCUSE FOR
GOING NORTH TO BUY PLOWS.-The subscriber mak.-s ev
ery variety of Plows know n among Southern farmers and planter*,
and recommend* especially hit Si"Ufttrn I'U/w, which use* three
sises and shape* of molehoar.lt on each Plow, thus adapting It to
every variety of solL P. H STARKE,
•»•** Tore, door* above SI Charles Hotel. Richmond. Va
HJKAIVD CCTTKf«.
THE undersigned haring removed hi* shop under the TOBAC
CO EXCHANGE, corner 13th and Cary 8t« , beg* leave to In
form l.iscuvomer*, and the Public generally, that he It now situ
atedso as to execute all work (which he may he favored w th) In
the best workmanlike m»nner,an<l at th.-yihort.-st pos ible notice. If
you want a Biand lor 1 «barco,Pl..ur,Gisia bags,Machinery,or any
other articles you may manufacture, send In your ordera, and we
will accsinmcdate you on the n.o*t reasonable terms, and guaran
tee to give you entire satisfaction.
Also, ahne lot of Branding Brushes, Kev Checks, Brats Letters,
Ac. A li. GRAHAM, Brand Cutter,
Under Tobacco Exchange,
_Cor. 18th A Cary Bts., Richmond, Va.
ship hrokiiracjeT
TnE undersigned Lave this day formed a co-partnership under
the style of * ILLSPACGH A READ, for the purpose of con
ducting the SHIP BROKERAGE burlEets, and respectfully solicit
the patronage of their friends and the public.
A. MILLftPACGH,
JAMES G. READ,
Gary and 1M streets, near the Dock.
Richmond January 1st, 1S60.__ jyi—ly
MO. SPRING IMPORTATIONS. 1860.
OUTER, ALVEY A III [ITS,
Importers n^Jobbers.
WE would call the special attention of the merchants of Vir
ginia nnil North Carolina visiting our marks! this Spring, to
our unusual large stock of Foreign Gooos of our Importation, which
we will offer at as low price* as any house lu the country; we
enumerate in part:
White Goods, Dress Trimmings,
Blik *• Thread.),
lJnen “ Fancy Goods,
Hosiery. Email Wares,
Lacet, Gent*' Furnishing Foods,
Ribbons, of all Units,
SHAWLS.
W« have alto established a manufactory for Mantillas, Cloaks
and Ladies' Wrapping generally, and will be prepared to exhibit *
arge variety of these Goods, Of the newest styles and patterns,
made exclusively at home.
Wesoliclt an examination of our stork, being determined to offer
everv inducement to Southern buyers to make their purchases In
our market. _
fe**-ly _ WINTER, ALVEY A A RENTS.
rTj. CAFRON. RICIUD. BAYLOR,
Eatex Co., Va.
R. J. CAPRO* A CO.,
CommifSion Merchants,
HI Bowly’a Wliarf,
BAI/riMOkK.
JL J. Oapror I* th# active member of 4m tm._rakRR-dtf
nrATIR or FKAKI.%-T1»* ■OK hoatlfal Pvopara
!T Hon la us* ter th* prewmWon and growth of th* Hair, fir
ing III*, beauty and «lo«Vi th* hair. For Ml* by_
ns tnovi A CO.
GHOCKOK roi ROHV * JUrHrt, " 1
CORNER Or CARY AND IITH p""* *M0P,
R.OUtejfc V*.
TULBOTT A BROTHER, th. TL.
•r« DOW building PORT A RLE STEAM IVIiVJ!
proved conitrurtiuD, of All a: tea, from tlr to t,* *’
•allable for Circular Haw Mllla, Threatlng Marl l **'f*m"
purpoaea, which they flatter themaelre* lr( .!**;*,"4 "0.- I
oerlor to any Engine* built here or r'aawhrre ’ ' *' " Mt ,* !
They will aUo furnleh STATIONARY HTkAM rv<
ten Unite to aoy required pewer. ' Bte
CIRCULAR HAW MILL*, of the meet approved
and of variouealaee M etnatraeu,,
PCMPB and WHEEL* for WATER WORE* Port..,.
MILLS, and IRONS for MILL* of all klnda ‘ “T4*L*#1I*|
RAILROAD WORK of every dee. rlptlon’
TOiUrOOPREHSES, KLATTENINO MlLLi,»D<t all.-, .
In manofnctnrtng Tobacco, together with eTery kinder n??5 **M
IRoN^i^aBTINOB and WROUGHT IRON WORK BRU* a,,
im PHILIP KAUM, a
RAGLE MACHINE WORE* ^
Oa*y, Mtccan 14tt oni l!a Hiruu *
RICHMOND, VA.
WASHTACTI HER OP
Portable and Stationery PTEAJI ENGINES of any ,l.i
with either Locomotive, flue or Cy'Jnda* Boy ***•,
SUGAR MILLS, CIRCULAR SAW MILLS. IRMs fob r.
TI0AL8AW MILLS, OUST MILLS, DRAINING MirnT. **■
■rniui.a, uni* and rtugnio uicma*. V'UW*E
TOBACCO FACTORV Fivfr, «...
Of EVRRT DESCRIPTION *W
and all kind* of *
CASTINGS IN /BON and BRASS
The eebfriher wai awarded by the U. 8. Agrleft.,,.. .
held In Richmond, Va., October, IsM, the (.leave.
MKIULOP HONOR for Oa bed Y’ortaL*." ‘^Lb
fur farm uee.
He Harms, by permlMlon. to Governor Henry A U% „
Warwick A Barkedale, Dunlop, Monoun A Co/oml t
ehaw A Co. Cr—.
— - -- 5»i
LOGAN WALLER
COM UISSIOK M KRCHANT,
Richmond, Va.,
SH.IA Tobeceo, Wheat, Corn, flour, and ether .
dues. He haa on hand a large number of Bag, *»■ ■
Obtained by thoee who employ him, on the lermi r-\ .*•* *•
road C ompaniee. "®f Rau.
He la Urals'ed by Mr. Jornr C. Ranwrcui, |,Bg ardr.
kn, wi in the surreunding counties, aj a ger.tian*a n
ty i,nd energy of character. *r**t wrtivt.
JJJ7:';' . ‘*° loori below Colamblao Ratal
RHHR v TOUR PATW ei.ee.'. _
KH I IHi FOB |> A CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AMI rORWARliitn
MERCHANTS ■
OS THE DOCK,
MU_RK HTIOMI, VA.
f:. ii Oti^it; k a i —^
GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
SOLICIT coaelgr.meuta ef WliKAT, ELOCR CORN T.ie.oo.
and other country Produce. Advance* mad ,n‘,* . I 000'
In har d.
- --—-- de T
a. a. MOEimoa. ». a. gru_ . .
DICKINSON. IIII.C A VO
AUCTIONEERS ”
AT their Old eland, comet if Wafl Mid fnnkie _
continue to a ell KtfllOB, both pubBcly u .1 -nSn1 *rtl
Person* entrusting their N, groee to ua muv b, ‘ ' ’
the hUhcat market price for them. > *“r’ «*£«
IIECTOK It \ V is, An. lion, ,.r
ERANKUN STREET, RICHMOND tA ’
SELLS SLAVE*, both publicly ar.d privately P.rvV, e
tl e r Slave* to him, may real *«ured < I of .
market price. • “*'■«
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AMKRI'AN A Mi Kt'KKIUS
STEREOSCOPIC FJI’OllIl'M.
K. ANTI ION V.
308 liroudua), Nrw York,
liter Msv 1st. lttKU. rtf hill Hhrill.UTV .
from SI, ftkhola. Hotel.
THE STEREOSCOPE I. the m...l /nrtru, hr.
•mj *nd nr. itiny ul modern Invention*. '• *"
None are tin, ymn„j, none too old, none too iiUrViamt or. -
untd muikd. to acknowledge Iti w.rth and h-iu'y B *
No home II complete without It, and It iruat and will ■ .... ,
tttrynhrr*. ‘ ™
Hi.reaenu to jour view every part oflhe w, rid, In rito,
lit/J-Otdnttt, ptr-j*,tin and t/uirjaifM. t *
on the (pot.
Photographer* are everywhere evplorin* Fun .»
and America In .-arch of the grand a:. ! th- h,.uf. ah o.
rnmlU ryfAair rhU art condamthy tnrUHny < v doi
We have an immenae variety ef view. of S,•*>..< it ptr<j t,
don, England, Scotland, Ireland, Wale., Prior- 8-i, inn tun. i
Swltie’land. .-pain. The Rhine, Venallre, M. i bai l f , ij„
TnUlerie*, Italy Turkey, Kept, All en.,tbe U- :> Land, ff.at* U
dla, Cryatal Palacr-alao, Oroup* lfhr„rt, -I amurng rr.
•cenc, breakfaat icence, pic nlea. .tatuary, Ac , hr \
mmorknmttf lUnminaUd Interior* of P»UCe», a.ur : •, .
thedril* of Prance. Italy, Ac , Ac The rife, t ? the,, li uBJnahd
View* Il numt rttaurlabU.
Every gentleman ol wealth and refined (ante .heutd have la Ma
drawlr g room tome of our enpiimite rt.~ir».. u:,lv WlI, t,
lng aterwoaope, ahowlrg l|{, 26, Ml or WO *o Ur, raa i,
more LaacInaVlag, an I one can o(T-r no rrcater treat to a frb> I
fond of the picture! q.ie and the beautiful.
AntKrny'* inHantanron. Ster-oecpU- 1 lew. are the laiett Pto.
••'graphic wonder. 1 hey are taken In the f„ n*0, a f „,„j
and every thing a., uiattir h.,v rapidly',!, ,ry I, , . . lr’
plcted a. .hirjjy au I. iarinctly at if It had bee„ perfe ti/at real.
Till! give* additional va ue, for to the h.auilc ol tr animate uaiar*
it add-Uhl .harm idh/r and motion The proem* Il a dbruverp
of our own, and being unlruirm f„ Kuropt, w« re elve from Ut
dun and Paris Urge oid. n. for Anthony’* ln.t Aataoeuo. llrvr d
American hie and scenery.
Among other thing, we have Ju.t publDhed Stereo*. , Il!u,t/l.
Uona of ih* Scene of the Pi iron Seaawr P* it.. Mi.rv,. ;0 ,,
many heart, feel aulntoreat. The partieuDri of tl i> will be 1,and
In our catalogue.
Our Catalogue of .ubject* and price! will be forwarded ie in?
addrev* os receipt of attsrap.
Partin at a distance srrj.iinr us pi, |6, |10, fit. |20 nr r%a
have a (pod Instrument and such pictures as ti er may requirt
sent by 4
Views alone, without Instrument ran be sent by mail.
Parties who wish to be advisr J of w&ytMnr really valesM fi
the Urc that comes out, may stud us their names t *Uce d rr rd,
and we will keep them posted at « ur own %; • n»< ‘
Sf&n of leisure w;ll And Photography s tu"*t fa».^nstlii£ and
lightfu) amusement. We are prepared to fit oat amUi.r»ettl
everything necessary for thrir sneers*. totither aith liaiructioLi
44 How to take Stereoscopic Pictures "
E. ANTHONY.
Importer and ManuCactur r of Photographic Mai. riali, rum*
<oprt and Stereoscopic Views.
13^"" Merchants fiom every section of the country sr** respect
fully Incited lo make an examination of our stock, as oar discount
to the trade will be liberal.
To PlIOTOURAPliaiRS.—Plrat cla*. Stcreoecoplc Negative*
wanted.
Send t.y mall a print unmounted, with price of Negaitve.
fCut thia out for future reference,] fevl—dtn
TARRAN T\S
effervescent
SELTZER APERIENT.
This valuable and popular Medicine, prepared In c. nfurralty wit|
the analysis of the waters of the celebrated fWHter 8prin<* la
G« vaany. In a most convenient and portable form, ku
universally received the most Favorable r^'ornneLda
tlocs of the Medical profession and a Discerning
Public, as the
M08T EFFICIENT AND AGREEABLI
Saline Aperient
In u»e, and aa being entitled to tpecial preference over the Mineral
Spring water., Mldllt* Powder*, and other elrullar arU<-l-i, b-Ui
from lie rompactneaa and greater efficacy. It oar be uaed wltli
the beat effect In all
HILLI0C8 AND PERRILE DIREAPER, SICK HEADACHE, WSA
OP APPETITE, INDIGESTION, AND ALL SIMILAR CX)M
PLAINTS, PECULIARLY INCIDENT TO THE
SPIHXU A.\D btJIXCK SKAJbO.tS.
It I* particularly adapted to the want* of Traveller* by Sra aid
Land, Keeidentaln Hot Cllmatea, Pervun* ufSedentary Habit*,
Iuralld. and Convalescent*; Captain, of Ver.e!* and
Planters will find It a valuable addition to their
Medicine Ch-sta.
With thote who have u*cd it, It haa high favor and t< deemed India,
IN A TORPID STATE OP THE LIVER-It renders pest terries
lo restoringhealthy action.
IN GOUT AND RHEUMATISM—It gives the heft sattsfacU n,
allaying all inflammatory symptom:,and In many cases effectually
curing those alHlcteJ.
ITU SUCCESS IN CASKS OP GRAVEL, INDIGESTION, HEART
BURN AND COSTIVE NESS—Proves It to be a Medicine of the
grcateit utility.
ACIDITY OF THE STOMACH, AND THE DISTRESSING SICK
NESS SO USUAL DURING PREGNANCY—Yield: speedily,snd »llh
marked success under its healthful Influence.
IT AFFORDS THE GRE ATEST RELIEF TO THOSE AFFLICTED
WITH OR SUBJECT TO THE PILES—ACTING gently on the bow
els, neutrai'ilug all Irritating secretions, and thereby removing ail
Inflame story tendencies.
IN FACT IT IS INVALUABLE IN ALL CASES WHERE A GEN
TLE APERIENT OR PURGATIVE IS REQUIRED.
It la In the form of a Powder, carefully put up in bottles, to keep
In any climate, and merely requires water poured upon It to pro
duce a delightful effervescent beverage.
Taken In the mornlng.lt never tnleferea with the avocations of the
day, acting gently on the aysteci, restoring the digestive powers,
exciting u healthy and vigorous tone of the stomach, and creating
an elasticity of inind and flow of spirits which give test to every
enjoyment. It also enables the Invalid to enjoy many luiuries
with Impunity, from which he must other wise be debarred, sod
wdtnout which life Is Irksome and distressing.
Numerous testimonial* fri ra prof- salon si and ether gentlemen of
the highest standing throughout the country, and its steadily In
creasing popularity for a series of years, strongly guarantee Its
efficacy and valuable character, and commend It to the favorable
notice of an Intelligent public.
Prepared and Sold, W holesale and Retail, by
JOHN A. TARRANT A CO., Druggists,
Jelfl-ly No. 279 Greenwich St., dor. of Warren, N. T.
PIANO FORTES!
VH. OAI.E A CO , take pleasure In inching Ihe
■ attention of Artlale, Ainatuers and the pub
Be generally, to their New Set it 0’ rnaigt-xn, Inos
fsiss Puso Posin', j i**t Introduced. The grew- w • W V *
Ing demand for Plana Fortes, of more f an ordinary power M I
hrillian yof tone, directed our energies to the product** A o’sucW
an instrument. we submit the r.nult without fear of c* mpetiiloo.
Our PI <nos are all manufactured of the beat well seseone I mate
ria!*, unJer our Immediate supervision, and are guaranteed to yi**
entiresatisfact on whether ordered from us direct, or io'*l ty any
of our Agents throughout the coun'ry. We solicit a * oi tlnuar. *
of that patronage which wc have enjoy:*! for 'he 1cst v* -*rt
A. II. GtLEdCO,
apt—Tin If*; East 12th Sweet, New VorS.
MORRIS, WHEELER A CO.,
gORVERLT
TIG lilt IN A JONES A CO.s
IRON & STEEL WAR Ell OISE.
Market <St fcixteonth Streets,
PHILADELPHIA
BAR?, BAND?, HOOPJ, SCROLLS, OVAL?, ?HIKT?. HOR?E
SHOE and NAIL RODS, ELAT and T RAILS, ANGLE IRON,
RIVET IRON, SWEDE IP.ON. PLOUGH PLATE, > c , Ac.
CAF1, -HEAR, BLITTER. SIPRINO, TIRE A PI.OUOH PTPFL.
SCOTCH PIG ; also. Agent* tor 0:e sale of “ WILLIAM PI NN,
and other well-known brands of American Pig Iron.
BAR IRON rolled to any required length, for BriJg-a, C*ia, h|,,P
Building, and Machinery purposes generally.
Boll.liR PLATE cut tu re*iulred dimensions.
FROG bTF.EL POINT? A FIDE BAR? made to any pattern.
AGF.NCV of the “ HARKIrBURU” NAIUI and FI-IKF?
CAR AXLES rolled and hammered, and FORGING*
shape
COPPER, BRAS?, RUFSIA SHEET, and Mwtell generally,
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2h ti.rcel prime Rice
SCO tbla. prime New Orleans Molasses
BO bbls. “New York" Syrup
1,000 8!de* Bole leather
a*IO pkgt Grets and Black Teas, (seme prime)
•00 lags Ginger, Pepper and “pic*
•0 bales Cloves and Cinnamcn
fiuu bis. Glass; B0 bbls. Tanners’ OH
100 bu. “Hull’s Extra” and Rosin Soap
Suu dos. Brooms, 800 do. Bneket*
1,000 reams Letter Cap and Wrapping Psper
•■a* bales Candlewirk and Tsrlne, for sale to the tr»4A
tow [fe2H—If] TIN.kU.Y, TAk*V A WILLIAMS
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best article made, and warranted to give ssl-sfaeilon. Also
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