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June lTtn
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j r I Hit, Tela* J B llllmer, • harlottn’e
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Mr* Alraha,do * R R"t.uoa do
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MARINE NEWS,
Four ok IMHMMIkln* MR
~ iwH .Uk-. N. »T ) — RcM; ■W»T:1*
IKK1VRD
fU.», \Va Gregory. Ha, .land. Rocklin, laths, 1M 'jr'jr t 4 Co.
« t.r K 1 M- Sion. Hudswn. Phtla c«al. S P Hawes A hoa.
Ji,.'. «: . Hunter, X r.ts. X. Caroll >a. )u nber. .1 s> 'Heveuson.
Pr - c »n . Carroll, Prat* Newport, fish,,111. a ?■ mervUle
' K M. 4 J. XiBH*son, >*olen . Ba. « river, land.
,o A II.PD
Steamer Geo Peabody,Prachard, Balto., tuda* and passengers,
1) * # Carrie.
Propeller Ecb \ T*o..a!l, P '.ersburg. n -rchan ll»e, Mdspangh 4
Acl.r Anti Pl'.ksrell, Kdey, D C. via Port Walthall, coal, " U.
Cul'iUtU a Cu.
> ...n.a Ja.'o Phi Up*, Plidadelpnla, merchandise, Mr. I>
Co!., alt t * Co.
. I".,.. , J . dev, Y -rk river, mere! an l.sc,-.
Schr <>. B coitli, “u .e down the riser light.
t.r al K«*«* uciloii in Ihe Frit e of l'aua ;r
T«> AM* FROM NEW YORK
I'\« • UNION ill tar IN, by tin m«s
. • it. t r r.a.. .ii i ■ • UiUi l»A X t.vlt * A At >■ 1**^..
'i. A N, n t e ha • f,t *!.*>. t ,r the roue 1 trip g- ti g amt return!- g
, -liber of U • »'s‘*t r. X- extra .1: irg* for nv .'a and s*ate
. ou. aceooim "lall i . Th te tickets reina.n g.-o. until the > • I
, , t owe who may procu .- then: ample time W kt'joum at the
A-r*!. betorw returning turn*.
, * . ... “GWI t
K»slfrntn t: it 1- da'ijr ci-rcted la Xew York, can do so i:*«
at .ery Bit" exp. lae.
ri. kvta pr -U'e-I at out o-ti.-e. »ppo»tte steamer*' wharves or
t* .fa r* •!• 1.1 1)1 AM .. WAV M»V
I’, u. >ii:a m^hh* iohktoua.
4 Nri^ i -K t <• \ “ti/bc, , ikk.:i ^Ff-i
lecwi* r» . Ji. 'Ilc4«« txl iw'iVi. i\ V Tu.vluy the 14th :
* - uraJ. n tick - U to #i» »n*! irlurn by citirr oi !htr ilwucrr*,
a * tla.AA « JlXClU.Ica, »r \4 * W , i . f 4
W Vuik, imniU M»'t 4taid(y>Bi it M#1 1
I !'*>*«*.* i* * «•. ~ c i’v itae river t a?m
r«v«U(J in vIa>, v’v- ami uj* t« »h«» N»ur d 1
v • bmM to
ihp’r gooo» Ia**
Kr eht »r H.* t »o uk *r ir. » it** a*.l for war J .1 * .:
a!*-} r h. Hck‘ tj ,%iid b*iti>* accural ai uui eft *#, or im be ; i
",;.:z*t I.UUL.AM i WATSON
21(1 a llllTnpHK. rl>'
. VIDE RE. Capi »m »V. Kenw, will re
cite f.tght t-Jay, (Monday > and np to .the hou
SI T- •day.lhr Ith.Maat.
l'r.!i..it taker, for U ston . a Baltimore, at low rxi.s, w gr, ,t
I'wk'.eugrr* are re>tucatvd to baon board before 1 o'clock M ,
TueOdav, the hourof departa* . P».w t and Pare ■*
Tickets for paaaagr pr cur. d ..ther al our oflcc In Uie »Bp oppo
a.'* tl'.e Coiomo’aa littel, or at the sleantets • vt >...
,, ]S_it U a M CrilME.
IM»U TlilMOKLPim.
' Steams p VIEHINIa, Haul J. K. hr. - . I» »■ w
T- i-*. t) reo .ve frelsli'. a wt I l aw on Ml X DAY, V . - ...«u
, ’ u*,t,. p x|. F r fretgrt or pasaags*. having adperlor accoat
moiattotia. apply W the Captain on ooard, or to
^ ft P CA8DOIG. Agent.
R cketts, or 1(10 Main street
• Hos'■ncs'nalgnDenW solicited, and lal.ru through hy steam at
ret,, ■ J • itew and allh dUpntch __ je^R R*
1u,)t K O N | O N . Ti e j;t. r, fas' .all tig l',V.
1 i xl'P,At rTA South, ira t r, havi-tg the . atcr H ~~
portion of her .a-g-' engigrJ »tll hav. ck csspaich.
f ” freight of *.1* h. xss tobacco, to c m| le'c ca*g\ apply to
W. 0. CUi.lt < ItT 4 C>X
IM>H BSIMTON.-I d_.
:,,.a;a' packet sc hr A. N ll’R i H*s JN, Capt Nt.tr tu291&
fc.rteg a portl'll of her cargj engk - I and going on board, w..I
hue o get Jes, atch.
>or t-alan.. of Rdlll, avply to
,J DA VIM 4 WM CCR^ie.
■ .MV VtlKk.
I" at. i \.a V •!, P. ■ •«! . fat ■
, og *hr WYTHf CaA John B. Tun e, having a portion viner
cargo engaged ami going on hoard, will have Hoick dc., oleh
Kor balance of freight, apply to
DAVID A WM Cl >KIM.
I,H>H B V L'I'l *1 AIM E win XOHKOI.K. 'k« dd
' g Mt.iV xN:> vl ,e.l .Ia, Capl Todd, has ** n
. , j, »; ..f co *.g tge t and g tig on b,'.xr»i. wtu ti». c
v. D Cl UJUTTT V 00
YOUK-HMILvUL /. i
1 > / . The Slips ! or f ' SZlim
, . . U ICitkl • *.«| • »'n.(X liariio.llav.ng »
0r hcf t AT. engaged, and gn ng on board, will hove quick <fl»>
., I, 4 r uleoc. eI freight, apply to
' * KAMI' k AVAL CrKRlf.
Hi t| dfcK lUlltM. <•' - .ail. a.
> ... ,,V‘ . »• It >I.K ivl-vr, I' Rh «aSa
M- .IG. *M> N Kf«>l.K - I' At«a-... ra GLKN C<>s r. -nd Al' ••
;I'kCR, have turn pul In fi.-*t rate order, and will run to the
al>- •« place*
l - ULAN ie>V4. Capt w . T Carter, w,II lekvc th« wharf at
K a. a, oil A! >.Nl>AV ft srniug Ilk, at < o'clock, and reqularty
t .:'er, every AVKliNsMuY. 4 lOaY and IONU.AY m.-minga
al . o'clock, precisely, and return each alternate day i, t tcept
Sunday, I-aviog the wharf at NORFOt lv t! r e vatae h ur,
a . i <ck.'A Al . *a t acA al all the reqular laud r.g« »u the river,
going «nd returning
luc CfRTls PrCK, C*pt 2 C. Gilford. being neaily B't-.l un
*r :h tin. w .l leaf* he wh»:f a! Rockett* every SA. CRD A
, ■ ..t-v a".d mu i:, leas.. r I* wharf at N0K4O1.K
rs-v' M>l\ «\m!og atho'c oek. u regulator every Tl'An
UAA and IUt'itS»i*.AA evenings, *t 4 o'clock, and return each al
ternat . lav -t vl. same hour, 4 o'clock.
: Jo'« a, the Curtis Pec* will touch at City Pc t, Ali.cox'a.
C.a „■- «>id. Oi l P d. tthaul N. r'.dx
Returning, P .umouth. Old Point, Ro.-k A* bar!. Grove, li.Uard'v,
C' v.rn. st, AVi'l \'a, City t int, and arrive at Richmond about l
o'clock. Monday m rnlng.
Paawage for the Saturday trip, and return nev evening, niexfs
In. a ed, ft .*• •.
Pxaxxreov regular tr.pr, cither at, tj O.J Point, Port«m ulh
c N rfoia.fj Meals ,N* i cola ea. h.
P:eight token a* usual.
,f » n ir V vg IV J
x 4 1A AT■ A 'IAMIP LINK. ■
j A I’lRI iT TO hitRFOi.it, PM'KIu'i OP is: : Klt'U'SdJihu
vt Ml, t t , CONN4 TING HA ritll .;•.*»■. AlTII T h not I M
iSllWSsr, SRU.M I'NllOV I.ONu tv II \K4, IIOSTON. The double
. neiae M-aatAhlp CITY" OP NaVV AOKR, wri fora a liue between
de>u>u. Norfolk,city Point and Richmond, Va., leaving Boston
- N rd,.a acl C:r> Point on Friday, Aprs. AT h Will rave
C y Po ut on the goth and Norfolk on the list .April, and suboe
. -D- to void dales leave Boston and City P int alternately, crery
ten Jay*.
freight by this reamer will be forwarded hy Railroad from Cliy
J». Int t Petersburg, a dislauc-'of nine mile*, also by covered
Jiv! ten, t /trod by ateata, from CBy Point lo Richmond, a distance
of l.riy miles, theTatter at through ra'e*.
rr, .‘.' fo.w.tded lo the South and West, by Railroad, from
Norfolk and fr 'ov Pet.-rsburg. free of cortimission. Ac.
It is l >[>vd that this arsf egort in estabi.ih J I. n f ateata comma
t u'l ,n t.etwi-cn Iloaton and A irgialo, v*o much ne- lest to devrlope
and Increase trade,> will ais> t with tuch fav r and patronage from
a, pp*rs vs to ad d Inducement to pl«<*e another steamer on
L' .* route and thus complete and perotonenllv estahPsh this tine.
Pdlh A.i.'s sPR.Ali I * g <X>.
Nj I'M Central St . Iru erly eadof Plate St , block.!
AG4NTS
Noan-tk — Measrv J M B*al’h i Pro
Pvr as i : a.. Mewrx t* G Bi;>t St I Ck
Ri. aw- *i» rd.eUds A N.me. ttUe.
at' — 1 it _
mith UiLTI quHK AMIAIVIAMII ofjm
I SI* tH... IP ..t AlP.iNA -if flnt 'tujUlMs
slr-amad-ips, are n- w run...r.g regularly between the above ports.
V t shipped to Savannah cr ths Interior of the State* ol
O ' s and Aiabaua, by Railroad from Savannah, will hat*
pi Jiupt oUonUon. T. 11. BALT, Tl. Agent,
Balthnorw.
j mi\ KNITTING M.\( !ll\|-.\
A \4*4«'su*Ia. ;t smim' oi Hrulit, lla-:« 11 li
:«M«t I'lvitMirt'.
To« 4««> Ran:.so Mv' Sixe C . A*<ii r located iketr principal
fid. . lb New Yolk, ate prepared to supply th.-li q. rior KNIT
TiNG MACIItNKS to or-isr, wb.Jesale and rotoU. The it KAN
KNirri.Nu MiCMINR Is acknowMged vuperioi tc all other*,
both in speed an ■ rarouMioa. , aisabie ol kuiuiag perfecltv :*,•<
loops per cuaote. fr >a> a uagle If lead, letter* Patent secures!
b'-th In this aa*t Ear -peat, cotantriag. Bead for a c 'cular.
J. H. AIIAK.M,
uR_.Ua 4'ib Rroadttai,Rm York.
8^50.000
nA* been PAID la the »T A R Of VIRtiPfliby th-'AflTT
AL at.Ngf IT Lift INSt'RARCK CIMPANV. It te pur.ly
nuusi ; ths Insured (et alt the proftu Divid ads iecUrcd an
& jolly, and paid while the insured Is bring, helping him thus to psj
Ms fCMiuai
IN video U pa d lo January. !*•» •!.*!' fBR f
Cloimahy death pa d to Jonaarv. 1*A> — S t.%4 'h* 5.’
Mat ae .umaintsoa aflor payl-gthw above i.4sw< SR* *4
Jt.NUWl.Ki A WALVORD, Agei.u
^ if} Main ttftti, Richmond, V a.
AYER’S
CATHARTIC
PILLS.
Are vou sick, feeble, and com
plaining ? Are you out of order,
wilh y our system deranged, amt
y*»ur Anlin^H mcoBuortibli*.
Tln'iio uyuiptoin- often the
l»n Iml - to MTtous illne#*- some
rn of m»*Wu. m h cr*«|»ii»jr uj>oa
you, aud should be averted by a
timely u*e of the right rvmovly .
, , Take Aver1- 1111*. and el,-ante
1 , .• ti„ ,liaortk mlhumor* — n
V rilv the Mir*. Ml let the tin da
move on moWnlMli health
a^-ain. Thvv stimulate the tunc
Ul ttT.n . of the h ' Iv Into vigorous
M artintv. purtfr the «v»tom from
[th, obstruction* wlileh make
disease. A cold settles some
--- where in the bodv, and obstruct*
It* natural function*. These, if uot relieved, react upon
thems< Ive* and the surrounding organs, prodnaiV k' “
end aggravation, suff. ring, and ili-esse. " nlle In im
eondltio i. oppressed brute d.rangemeut*.take Avvr*
nil*, and sis? how dirvetlv they restore thv’ natural a.
tlon of the system, aud with it the buoyant melius r
he.»1th again. What I* true and so apparent in thW OTWal
aud common complatu:, is also true in many ofthe deep
m at's! and dangerous distempers. The same purga.ive
effeet expels them, t'lusisi by similar obstructions auu
vlenuigem uts of the natural lunctlon* ot the bo.lv. they
arc rapillv, aid many of them *urely, cured by the same
mean- None who know* the virtues of these PllU, will
neglect to employ them when suffering iVoin the vlisor
d. c . they cure. - .
Sfsf inents from leading physicians in some or th
principal ones, and front other well known public per
sons
from a fonrnrUSng Merchant of St. I.ouis. Feb. I, tskHs
Db. Atfj tr PiUs arc i 1 "V ,hw‘!
fjrvat in nn-licim* Tli«*v h ive run^l my little lUu^-nt* r
of uhsTons sores upou her hands and feet that had proved
incurable for rears. Iler mother has been long ffnev
ou-h. '.*T1 ■ r. d "with td dehes and pimple* on her akin and
In her b ur. After mnr child was curevl. »he also tried
your Ilits, and they have cured her.^ M,)RGRlp0E.
A* ■ Family Pbyalc.
From Dr. E. IF. Cnrtierigkt, .Vw Orleans.
A'our l'Uis are the prince of purges. Their excellent
■it dill- s Mirtia-s any enthartic we posses*, liiey are
no. I. hot verve .laid and effectual iu‘heir action on the
bowels, whi ii makes them invaluable to us in the daily
treatment of disease.
Hrnilachr, Sick Itendache. Foul Stomach.
From l>r. F iteard Boyd, Baltimore.
r>EVft r.RO AVER: t cannot answer yon irhnt com
plaint* 1 have cn -r.i with your Pills bi tter than to say
all that ice ecer treat tcirh avurgatirt mtilieene. 1 phire
irn-a* dependem.. an effectual cathartic in my vl-uly
contest with dise.es.’., and bi ll ciug as 1 do that your lilt*
afford us the bv’st we have, 1 of course value them highly.
riTTSBt’nG. Pa., May 1, IsB.
Dr., j. C. AYER. Sir: l have been reivcatcsllv eured of
th, have, by a dose or two
of your Pills. It serin* to arise from a foul stomach,
which they cleanse at once. norm V
A our* vv nil great respect, F.D. AY. PR I HLr.,
< terk of Steamer t (anon.
lllllou* DUorvlrr* - Llvec Couiplaluta.
From Pr. Theod,<re Bell, of Snr York City.
Not oulvare vour 1111s admirably adapted to their pur
. u rieut, hut 1 lluvl tluir beuettcial i fleet* upou
th. 1 iv er verv nurkcil iudeeil- lhs.v have In my pra.v
tire proved more effectual lor the euro of UtJiotu com
, amts than anv one remedy I can nieutiou I sincerely
V,'..! that w. "bar. at length a purgative which i* wor
thy ihc coaddcacv ol the profession and the l>vople.
Di e.unMtsT oi hie Interior.
Washington, l*. C., ;th Feb., Iksk
i v,o.-,. „s.-.i mnr Pills in mv general and hospital
prat**!*'*- npr sloe*? you (Mil** lhrtn,anu uo not neftiuttc fo
Lax lhei an the l-d ettthartic ue employ. Their regu
Utiu action on th.- liver i* quick mu! dreid.-d, cons.
uucatlv thev are an admirable remedy lor deraugemeuts
that orgiti. luded, 1 have sxlxloui louuil a case ot
bdiiute il* d it did not rewUl) rMdto
them, fraternally your». ALONZO HAI L. M. 1».,
J'h'jsisiitn of the Mart to Jiodjnt <n.
Dytcnlrry, Dlitrrhorn. Reins, Worms.
From Pr. J■ O. Orrri, of Chtrogo.
N „„r i I ■: Ion : tri d in my practice, sad I
hold them Iu esteem is one of the best aperient* I have
ner found. Their alt*rative effect uimn tin liver makes
t'nm an i \.s U. ut remedy, when given in small dose* Tor
hit im if- ./ f t "oirrk'fi. Their sugar-routing
link tic in \ cry .cavpuble aad convenient lor the use
of s ouieii and children.
Dyspepsia. Impurity of thr Hlood.
Fr-rn Ir ■ ■ J. f • //fan ■«, I** tutor of Advent Church. Hot tort.
!>,. wlb I have used your I*ills with extraordinary
p ng those 1 tncnllcd i*. I Tit
in d:str.In i ..ilate the organs of .Ugvrtion and
imri x the blood, tlu-y so the v.-ry he*t remedy 1 have
i... i ii. and 1 can v-entideutly recommend them to
By friend-. Yours, .1. \ . IIIMhS.
V vB.-x.vnv, Wyoming Co., N Y.,Oet. ii, 1-sw.
Pi M- <u;: I am using x ir Cathartic Hill* in my prac
tice. m ■ tin.i in -in an ex -til. id purgative to clesnse the
JOHN MKACllAM, M. 1).
Constipation. Cost Irenes*, SupprcssUn,
Rheumatism. Gout, Neuralgia, Dropsy,
Puiulx sis. Kits. r«r.
I /tr.J. P. r/riJ./.Vi, Jfo.tC,ol, Cittunia.
Too much eannot be «aMof your Pill* for the cute of
. . | 0f i fcrnltT hare fbnnd I hetn
, . l ’ ■. tli. -in.ul Ijoin me in proclaim
‘ j. , . I, . ;',t ,.f i mulliiunli.i suffer front
i )| • .... , >. wl.i-h. altho-igh bad cuou- ii ii ilself, i»
til or . . !'• Ill ..Ihu-s tint an-worse. 1 in-Vie nv
}!•,, t i til. lin r. but > tr Hillsaff.-rt that
organ and eur<- the oisonsc.
Prow Vr /'■ 't- ft. PhtniHtm nn* SOtbrifi, notion.
\ find on.- or t ,o Urg. do-. nfvuur Pills, taken at the
„r,.,sr time, arc . x - II ot p-oii-.iitlxv* or f!i«- trtinraJ
«•<•/• r;... When wiioilx or p.i; ;ultv suppressed, and #Uo
Verv.fi--:. d m '-/«- * ami *r,
•| |( \ . , mi* *li ilif lt»***i |»t»v-tv* \\« littv** that I n^vun
mvu t no i*» mv ui^.
/ ,* /vr. 7>r th?W.. t.of/W M rho&i't F H*. i'hvr'h.
I- , , ||o '•“’■■■ • N-‘
I . . I n • • *
n i, . •„ i.: r I i l i: t report eiy •■**•'
j.'V, : • 1 line Mail- d In. a:,!.l on. \
. 1 • x.i■ : I h . I ih. i« t of pin Mctan*.
ao-i \. . * . uut<l bv llii-adi o-e Ot
, . nt in II Iti i . Hr. M - '»■ u/o . I si
>u«i . . - ••••"■ slow.but sure. H\ per
Leveling m Hu us. •>; tii ai. 1 am now entirely well.
m.x in. ( nauum;. Hmou l j l*«-. i**";
> | j j c }*.*»•»» s iit»r* K «':r***l, by your 1 11U*
of ' 1/iC '. /Ilf — a painful d- ■ iso that had adl.ct.d
J, Sir . ir- Vl.S( KNT M.IHU.L.
'•i-irv.
Ih tl fis * J .* Vuil 'vv tl- i'.-.. iIIOU•’ Uc* rilONi* coutsiiu
Pr o. :15 x-- nts per Box, or 5 Boxes for $1.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYES A. CO., Lowell, Mass.
*• .1, NV- >1*; de an* R. mV. by PCRCK'J,, T.nDD k CX, B!eh
m.uil, V* \ • RINKS A CO. Peter,burg , J. H jK.Nf, Lynch
sur/. ana bjr all dru//;*(a and ni-rx-hauts. aplll cow6m
bKE IT S01THER5 HAT A5D CAP MlM FAtTOHV.
JOHN DOOLKY,
SI ’IAIN »iTICKSr,IU< HAIOND, V.l„
•. : ■ N!>'IKNI.KR IV rm .STRAW, I.KG HORN,
PN.SANJA, siiVT, AND MOl k-SKlN niUgiS HATS.
I HAVE now rcc iy my S| rius atock 11 Data,
Caps.»nd Straw (joosll, to Which 1 would ,n
v I- the suxutieu of Hie iuvrcuaat« t 'I'/inla,
Non- Car-'!!- a — I Tv icace, ce-^dct.t of my
abhi v to supply the will, cvervtbl- g they nay
want'in my P-x. ou a, g.u» • term. a* -hey c-.n be
procarci in a;»v market in the oounarr.
at. ,io<-k will I,. kv|.t ci is'sntly laU,'>y ihr aild!tmn c f anyth.ne
tt.a: j new .- desirable liar- if y-a«tv iacreas. d my n-.*r.uf»c
lur‘- c fa u-s n . v drslrabl styles will be of my owu manulac
tur.. Nlv B *. k Ml l-»kiu Hat Uaiuilnthefro-..t rr. A.aud Is cqitst
If II It superior to snvtbluR pr. luceJ G. th- c untr-.
Nix sss.iitn.vut of lo ys*. Mimes at. 1 Cb.l Ire-.’, Richly Tilmmcu
Hals and fists,of all the different sty V* cf Brai l anil Leghorn, can
aot be cxprllwl. . , . .
In M ;ury 1 cm furnUh anytlanjc rf jUirea. My woe*
of r*it YAriou* qua of Army “ ItejruU*1. n ** 11* \ is v*ry com
plete, and any of the illflereot atyles of Hats or Cepe made to order
.MRS**. ... .......
II ST MJBCEIVED!
THE
l Oreatest Wont lor ot' tho Ay;©.
• Hit H\TE\T SWEAT 1‘KOOF SOU HATS.*'
Al»v. a.i -.he Latest Styles of Uenls, tcurg trim*, touins aim
Ik y a Spring anil Summer
HATS A AO CAPS.
ELLKTT A WFMOFR,
j my*> _ So- !»■ Mein 3t
To the* I aadies
JrST OPENKD, ALL THE LATEST STALKS
OF MIRON, CHILDRENS AND INFANTS’
LEGiioin, ■' i.o:r i:\ t j \ e,
And other Braids. Trimmed and , wvw;rR>
my No 167 Main SL
POK «PI»INO AND St’SIHKR.
III \VE In store and for sale, on the meat accommodating terms
a first rate assortment of Hats, ad .pled »o the present and ap
I ptoaching season, a* follows: ^ .
Port Felts, of every variety of shape ar.d colour, that has
hem | reduced.
Moleskin Hats, or the latest sty les
Pearl Cassetur res, do. do.
Drab Beaver#, do. do.
Panama Hats
leghorn Hats, ol White. Brown, and Tea Color
Italian and Fedalc Braids
Fay all Bc-vi-'s
Wh te an.i Col l German Straw Brai ls
Children’s Straw 0»p«
Children's Leghorn Hats
Men's l*o\i and Children’j P ’lm Leaf Hats.
bjjS JOHN TUOMPauN, Main si
mubtiiieg nkw.
1HAVK this day received the new and lo-aut!*ul FLORA TKM
PLH DRIVING HAT lor young men, atl 78 Main !’"*
m4u RO. u pilM.vSoa.
UCWIBIPURMB st’PPLY OF
SI MMER DRY GOODS!
B R E E 1) E N FOX,
BRU.Ul STREET.
OPEN TO'D % % , and (throughout the week, their second
supply of el Until DRY GOODS, bought during the past
week %* unprecedented low prioe*.
Oar MtortXDc:>' of
Dri Mfiooda
i now larger t.*ita h**# erer offered beA>rf. A verj large
! itock of
llOrSC EKCFIXG GOODS,
PLANTATION G00l>ft.
Our Mantilla DcpArtmcul l« now ailed with a complete a#ion
I m«al of new Ptylen. . . ^
Wc are :» »w |irf|v«rf«l ami Jci« rmii>ed to offer every Induce
meat to buyers Both at whol^eandr^L^^ ^ ^
4. u . Bl -a 1 St reel
1)1 % AL & JIORTOVS
ill Kfcft vTfca>
HORSE TONIC.
1N.TR liaprt VI; . ■■ ■ I..r .ion of Horses and Mules,clvlrg them
I* an appr’ats. and relieving them of Beta and »orui», lllde
•>vund -urfeit ar.d I>i«t« mber and ail dtaeaavs U> which a Morse la
i subject Internally. Sold by aU Druggist*. .
JAB P. PCTAL. Druggist,
1 m%vj Sole Manufacturer and Proprietor.
C' OIT4IN YAKNN
COTTON PLOUGH LINKS,
I COTTON CORDAGE, In cotta,
COTTON *HNK TWINE,
at factory prices. For sale by _
n(1| irtllV M GriRDON A UGN
nroRCIOBOHBTBB H INDI <■'*1
yy PANT. Maarroab, Ot'v»*m< :T. manufselure
| SuKh 8 PATENT OD’) METER CARRIAGE BAND*,
i which are durable, cheap, and eflicioat, m-asutlng |
J with unerring accuracy any distance passed over
I by the vehicle to which they are attached These
I suia-UaM Haw As soak but a trifle more than lufsrtor Baal*
| without the OWomaur
j P 8 —Good, reliable Agents, wanted la all parts of ths country,
j Please send toe circular*. myln—Sm
HITT a It.—an ao’o prime Goshen Butter, just received, for
• : w «« WALLACE bO*8.
1A SPIN A I. L*N PALK AIR.—Wr are now receiving N)
casks f this superior Pale Ala, aud will hereafftr besop’died
wt'h the article sttippt 1 direct from Liverpool to City Po nt Va.
u.j.1—1« uii.fi. davE'roar.
The enVerpnstug proprietor of
CHESTNUT OHOVE W HISK Y.
(The Purer* Medicinal Agent ever known,) has furnished tnr
c mmonilr a itimulent, pure, healthful an': lnvljrrrating, a* the
same Urns a mild delicious beverage. It Is calculated to do away
wth the vile drugged stuff lhat Is palmed off on the community,
and which Is injurious lo body and mind. In addttlon U> the ce™‘
3. ales beneath, he has received a Diploma from the STATE AUKi
CCLTl RAI. POCIETY, and additional testimony from nr. Jackson,
of Boiton, who testified under oath to Its absolute purity.
CERTIFICATE* . a ,e«
pHiL*DU.ritu, Sept 9,1?58.
We have carefully tested the sample of Chestnut Grove Whisky
you sett us, and Snd that It contains none of the Poisonous Hu^
stance known as Fusil Oil, which is the characteristic and Injurious
Ingredient of the Whisky* In general use. -
BOOTH, GARRET A CAMAO,
Analytical Chemists.
Nsw Yoak, Sept. 8, IS58.
I hare analysed a sample of Chestnut Grove Whisky, received
■rom Mr. Charles Wharton, Jr., of Fhlladwlphla, ano having care
fully tested It. I am pleased to slate that it Is entirety free from
poisonous or deleterious substances. It Is an uniuually pure and
Ine flavored quality of whisky. JAMES P.. u. II.UlN
Analytical Chemist
B*"ercS. March T, 1S59.
I have made a chemical analysis of commercial samples of Chest
out Grove Whisky, which proves to be tree from the heavy tusli
l>p* and perf< -tly pure and unadulterated. The fi':e of
this Whisky U derived from the Grain used In manufacturing It.
RwpeCtfallJ, A. A. HAYES, M. D State Auayer
' No. 16. Roylston street
For sals by 0. WHARTON, JR.,
Bole Principal Agent.
jaSB-Om No. 118 Walnut Street. Pldiadelphla.
I)LOUS FOR FAILOWIAG—
CCi.TI- \TllRS AND UARRhWB FOR
PLTT1S . IN W HEAT.—Believing that lime lyffcCc,
la my NEW PLOW the best Plow in use, , -5—IWvY tTBbcYBJ*
m ,ke tt .i offer to the Farmers’and Planter. I will lurnUh thee
w h thett Implements,and If they are not belter than those they nov
h IV, they can return them to me after trying them, free of charge
53ff”?resh supply of Turnip S* -I just received.
V. H. STARKE, No. 58 Main 8t.,
;y2'j 8 doors above 8t.Charles Hotel.
SAMI, BLnins A ft it i>OOI5S.
SAWING AND TURNING.
11HK Oldest Establishment In Richmond, where may be be ba<
the above articles, in perfection, at the shortest notice.
Being confident of giving entire satisfaction, the subscriber sod
:-j, heretofore, the public patronage. Having reoeotly a ! . t
Rb’net aud cRrpcutert’ Turning U hi* busim*.\the public cun uot>
ave tticir work icii\jut d‘mi:ppointvi(nt or delay. Give ne a cail
MlhES AMBLKlw, Mayo street.
DOmVAH «Y CO.,
Commission Merchants,
3H0CK0K SLIP,
Klchmoud, Virginia,
CONTINUE to give parilcuUr atteut! u to the sale of Tobacco,
Wheat, Corn, Cotton or other country produce, consignments
d which are respectfully »oilched._J.i2l—d. m
AS. M. GUUGIN, D. 0. TRADER, B. W. L. HOLT
Formerly of Virginia. Memohls. Formerly of Virginia
uocitiiiV.TinihJi *v holt,
COTTON AM» TOBACCO FACTORS,
Grovers, KecelyUg, ForwariUiig and
O om m 18 8 io ii Merc*hunts,
lyll—tv ISf. mptils. Tcnn
riRoniA
Bl B.MXti AXD LIBRUATIXG CCAI. OILS.
THP GREAT KANAWHA COAL AND OIL COMPANY,
‘Consist:!^ of 5 ATivit crn/.FNS or * ra on* Stat*,” Km appointed u»
Agtu i fonhe «4ie of thetr justly eelebraud
m n.M.Ul A^U 1*1 X»Ul' .'ViiaTV! wa«i
the quality of which b warranted rc*i and nfADClTWuntj.
W** the attention of Apothecaries and Healer* throughout
h State to our aunplv, which will be large and sold by ttiAottmtU
_QOOCH A RCHOI.H,
VALUABLE 8 NFBOl EB1EAT.
r RATHER can be thoroughly tanned with.iut the use of bark, In
J any form whatever; and at a sav ticof more than two handred
per cent In the price of materials, and in one-twelfth the time re
,uired by the old process.
It e II lie tested by experiment, and shown to any who feel Inter
■sled in the subject.
Heaty Hides will be tanned In from 90 lo 30days.
Light Hides !ti from 10 to 15 days.
K:p or Calf Skin* :n from 3 to 6 days.
Buck, Sheep, Hog or Goat Skins, in one day.
By -his process, a belter article of Leather is me.de, being heavi
er, tougher, more impervious to water, and a prettier article. In
faet. the old motto of tanning Is utterly Incapable of making so
vood an article of Leather, and 1 will submit It to the decision of
iny competent judge*.
One of the principle article* used for tanning by this process, Is
a c amnion plant, growing spontaneously over the country, and c ay
be obtained simply by cutting it.*
Any person wist' g to obtain an Interest In thla process, wld.h
in all confluence 1 oiler to the public, can address me.
JOHN P. CHILTON,
Liberty, Bedford county, Vs.
febS—flat PropHe-or.
•See fiuther notice In the Virginia tnd» x._
3UHCUE8TEB IKON WOBK8,
Sout is Euit of iTIajro’o Bridge, Itlchmond, l a.
K 0 B h K T BAIRD, PftOPRIKTOB.
f AM prepared to burnish Plans an! Estimates, for the rrectlon
l uf Flow, Grist and Saw Mills, of the rant approved construe
;.on. Si m Engine*, both Portable ami Btatronary, Kailr-ad
work, Tohaccn Factory Fixtures, In fact, Iron and lb axcCA.-T! NOS
ol n tj - -ripilon.
Having a 1..:* oBoctfon of P l««:--.* I am prepared to r.M or
les.vtsi rtno'ov. lamal-othe only manufacturer In Virginia
••the lcrp'-i - * J. ns-', i cldae Water Wheel, which I n. gleet:
entire aatisfacsion tn th.'Sc that have them in uoo. This Wheel is
Weil adapted .O > igh a;.d low flea's, and r. t affectetl by l..ck »a
ler. Apply atthe works, or address ROBERT BAIRD,
Richmond, Ya.
I tak* thi metho I ' returning mj thanks tony fil-nds and the
- f„r tii ; -,t j-.au i-ctowea on me ret tneism i-»*'»*
yevs and hop' , ly strict a’.leniijnto bu*lne-s, to merlin contiuu
, ROBERT BAtt
lilt )HARl)S<)N’S
IRIS H L INEN8,
DAMASKS, DIAPERS, Ac.
COXfVMERS of RICHARD i'tN'8 LINENS, and those desirous
of obtaining the GENUINE GOODS, should see tint the arti
cles they purchase are scale I w.'h the full name of Hie firm,
J. X, UlsH AKlMI'S, SONS A OWIII N,
as a guar intec oft! e aandne: < »u-t durabffUy of the good*.
Ti Is caution is rendered <.►. ntlslly necessary, as large •piantt
tie* Id infer.or and detective Linens r> p ■ ;.ar*d, eeason after
season, ar-1 scaled with 'he name of KICHtRDBON, by Irish
Hemes, who r gsrds ** of the injury thus In! .e'ed alike on the
American consumer an l the manufacturers of the genuine Goods,
wl.i not rea-liy aba-id :r. a business so pi Manic, while purc.haseri
can be imposed on wltL goods of a n.,rihl--.s char t -ter.
J. BULl-vCKi: A J. 11. 10CKK,
iea_ly ' ' !k.
~ GOFFm PATBN KNITTING HACHINK
FUU FAMILY AM) PLANTATION I'-SE.
MAKES all kinds of
HOSIERY.
TipPErrs,
UNDER 8I.EEVR8,
and many other article* of wearing apparel, from Woo.tn, Cotton,
or 8llk Yarn.
Kvery Faulty or Planter should have one.
II. C. LEE, General Agent;
No. 675 Broadway, New York.
AGtxTs Vims._1 lh'" h1,1
N o ' It i: OF tll-PAKlM-hstGi' ••
I IltBY, • I Richmond, and ABRAIiA.M LI ''ON, ol EMirs
urg. Y -V, have formed a co-partner-hh under l ie style of LlllllY
» Gioe n, s ip
CisaiuLli ry and t oniuilawion lluoin- aw. a' 'he old
>tvL : of Luther Libby, coraerirdh and » r. lib hrnoud.
LUfllEK Ul'HY,
ABRAHAM BURTON.
R hmond, Teb. ICth, 1560.
Ilf AYR to offer toy thanks to my friend* tnd customers for for
mer liberal patronage, anil to ask a continuance o' *‘e tame
to tr.- new business of I mat A lH'KTos. LUTliKR LIBBY.
Richmcnd, Feb. 16,1S6U._ Ir'i'i If
BBOWXLTG, MOORE tV < O.,
AUCTIONEERS,
FOR THE SALE OF NEGROES,
WU! give their und'vided attention to the sale of Negroes.
pgr Ofl.. Franklin, a few doors below YV all Street,
open for btdiness on Monday, Peb. 6,1*60.
JN.ll—llsctf___
riCilANUi HOTEL AND . „
l1j HAM.\K1» IIOI SK.
In pres-n'.lng tl.ls card to the public,we return many cordial
thanks to o»r generous patrons f 'r the kindness we have received
st their hands, aud hope taat the New Order of Alfairw,
to be initiated Sept 1,1-59 will receive the same encouragement
that our previous eJorU aul labors to accommodate guests have
met with.
Messrs. JOHN P snd THOMAS E. BALLARD are now the Pro
prietor, of the Establishment, and each one pledges himself to de
what the comfort, convenience and requirements of their guests
demand.
We desire to keep and maintain, what our I tesast calls for, a
pi US | CLASS HOI EL, and we promise to use renewed
exertions to render the establishment ns comfortable as possible.—
With polite agents, an l ready, prompt an 1 attentive servants, we
•hall endeavor to afford complete satisfaction to the travelling
public.
N. B. A previous card, long since publlihed to counteract the
Influence of a baseless rumor, is sufficient proof that our establish
ment has never been closed, and that, since its publication, we
have been !u better condition to entertain visiters than theretofore.
All rumors as to closure, or intended closure, we desire am friend*
to notice as false, and etrangere, lutendlng to visit us, as wilful
^‘■representation*. _aufll—tf
CTTCXUCK Ac ED tlOXD,
RICHMOND, VA.,
Hulld ra Of
Portable and Stationary
ENGINES,
AAAV-niLLN, HAILKOAD WORK, Ac.
8TF.AM FIRF. ENGINES, &
or TBK MOST APPROVED PLAN
Amo
Made In the Very Beat Manner,
Warranted equal In erery reepeet to any of the mine tlted
Engine* built either Korth or Went. ja25—®m__
JAS. A MAHON. WM- J* OANER.
JAS. S. XIASO.V A. CO.,
suxrvAcroa* *v ptsam rivrsa.
Mason’s Challenge Blacking
LEATHER PRESERVATIVE, .
WRITING FLUIDS, AND BLACK WRITING INKS,
138 and 140 North Front 8t.,
PHILADELPHIA,,
and for sale by trade generally. mhl>—8m
• LILLI E’S
Impenetrable Chilled Iron
flRE AND BCRQLAH-PROOF
SAFES,
Heeured with Lillie’s patent
Combination Powder
ProofLoekw. for sale by
0. J. HINTON A 00.,
■ 1 --— Agents, Richmond.
Jml»_
SILVER W A R E,
OF the richest an 1 most elaborate character. Manufactured by
HAMPEL KIRK A HON, 172 Baltimore street, Baltimore, Md.
(Established 1S17—rebuilt 1SS0.)
filter Tea and Dinner Services,
River Pitchers and rrna,
Silver Butter Coolers,
Silver Walter*.
Silver Spoons snd Forks.
And alt ether articles of Silver Ware, Watches, Fine Jewelry,
Diamonds, Plated Ware, Cutlery, Ac,. Ac._apl.^d3m
CHEWING AND HMOKING TOBACCO.—Lang
hornc A Hen's tlfferent kinds. Also,*) bbls. Smoking Tobacco,
|n «b»re »nd tor sale *>y t nrvT . .,tur«
( rZ.KT*-""0'*' Prl‘n• ^VnSfritAwrmTm.
MKI»I« INi:illEMS-u g j .jusiit^dweu furnish
•tl. tor tile tow, • DO* K * til,
Jtl-Hl 1 W M bolcstle Drugging,
I860. SPRING TRADE. I860.
IMK-<-ET \ ANDERSON,
CORNER OF 60VERA0R USD »RASEL!H STREETS.,
OFFER to their friend* and the toWlc,* Urge and de*lr*» le
atock of French and Amerlcao PAPER Ha NO l* G8, of the
lateet atjle end design, for pariurs, chamber* dlnlug room* and
halls al-o Floor and Table Oil Cl the, all noallltloK, wldte and
check matting, coco matting, window shade* of every descripu n,
anJ prlie curtain goods lace aud irualln curtains, cornice* and
hands, curie! hair and moss hair, h Ir c'oth anil plushes for cover
ing Furniture, Bofa Spring,, Lounges, Feather Beds, Bolsters and
Pillows, hair, moss an 1 shuck Mat'reues, all of which will be sold
extreun-ly low for cash, or to punctual buyers, »s are also prvpar
ed to do paper hanging and upholsierlng, In the elty or country
promptly, by the best workmen. Persons needing anything In
our line, will find it greatly to their i.dvanta;:o toflvc us a call and
look at our clock and prices before buying elsewhere. ap‘J7
SAS1I, itM.HI> AND l>OOK
M anu fao t ory,
CORNER 7th AND MAIN STREETS, RICHMOND, VA.
MERCER HILL
ABF prepared to 'apply, it the ^hortett not ce, every descrip
tion of wor In »helr line. Operating with th? moit approved
machinery and the beat quality of material*, they will war ant
tb**ir worn to be of the beat order.
P*» son* who are eh he* building ot repairing, are reipectfolly in
vited to give u* a call.
irtF* Order* from the country will receive prompt a tentlon.
We purchMe Ola** at factory price*, and arc enabled to furnlin
Saih guar \ at the loweit rate*. ^ ™ .
ip^l .|y MERGER A HILL.
BRADY'S PUBLISHING HOUSE.
VEW BOOKS Jl’ST IsSl'ED.
IdTHEL TKiiYOK } or, Tlie Duke’s Victim. By 0. W. M
Vj (utn.ii.ds. Price M cents.
Pawt Life { or, Memoirs of the Marquis of Wsterford.
Price 85 cents.
Rxpose of the Sons of .Vliiltn. “ H “
The Chcvullvr U’ltarmental. By A. Dcnas.
Price id) cents
Penning** Every Mother*’ Book s Do sot let your
Child Die. PrIc® 85 cent®
IS?” Mailed, free of postage, on receipt of price.
The Welcome Gu> wt, a flrst-cla** Psmlly Monthly News
paper, Issu- at the low rate ofTe ssTT Fit* Ourrs a Y**a. fiend
tor a specimen ..... ... .
g3*T“ Brady1* Man^noth Catalogue of all the be*t books lent
nee. postage. FKKDfBIO A. BRADY, Publisher,
84 Ann Street, New York.
Agents wanted. _ ____
ROOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
NKU SLUING STOCK, MARCH 6th, 18C0.
YTTKhtve reci Ived a portion of our Spring Stock of Boots,
t\ gooes, Trunks, Ac., which wc offer to the merchants of \ir
glhla, Noith Carolina and Tennessee on as good terms as they can
be purchased in Baltimore, Philadelphia or New York. We are
perfectly satisfied they will find It so If It ey will call and exr.mlm
nur slock. Our facilities for buying good* at the ioaest prices, from
ihe manufacturers, are equal to a".v house In the Uuiled Slates.—
w„ have been in business over i maty-five ye* *, and ure acquaiu
ted with nearly all the best manufacturers of every description ot
boots and shoes, and from the ei(>er>«nce we have had in our bu
Inrss, we think we are very good Judgea. We get our good* dellv
, red to u* «« low In Richmond, Virginia, a* any of the houses do In
llallimore, Philadelphia or New York, and we do not intend to be
xceiled In variety or style by any house anywhere. Wethinkour
slock will equal,If nutsurp.,**, many of the largest house* la New
York. We have ihe moat of our stock manufactured to our order,
out of the best materia s.
We me aUo nmnuNcturlnn in Richmond, Men s *nd Roy* neivy
sewed Brogans suitable lor Farmers. Tlie stock of Boots and Hhoes
hat we have made expressly for 1 armors i, the very best, and wi
• ill warrant it all to wear well.
In the w.y of Ladles’ and Gentlemen’s fine dress Shoes an!
i oots. we have as fine and as n'.i e a* can be made, out of the very
l est materials. We are recnrit f good* every week, an! • ur Stock
»111 be found very < ompleto. V’e Invite o-r friends and Ihe public
o call and examine. _
PUTNEY A WATT3,
Wholesale an! Retail Jealei* In
Hoots, Shoes and Trunks,
No 11 1 Main rtreet.
LIGHTS h BRADBUSBY’8 PIANOS.
TTTF CALL the attcntloa of U ; cltlion* of Rich
>> I , 11,1. sil l i Irwia.i'i. to our 1’imo Fortes which(dM>)gri>kt|*nr
we hare plate i with Mr. Carusi. that their i1aftuues,ivja«i
la cre»\v rmpect, ir.a? be le»tec by the aide of the! ! Y I •'
famed ChlckeriugY.
We warrant all our Pianos, and can ihow as high and a* mime
rona testimonials aa any factor) In the country. All of which can
be seen at Mr. Camal'a on Broad Street, ltd door from llth.
LIQII1B a BRADDCRRT.
CHICKERING PIANOS.
A NEW and full supply of these splendid Inatru-^^^^^
Jk menu have been received. mRSBI
la a billion to the beAullful Bolx dc Nolx,theC!r- Dy-j^v-ln
Boo- Ilf J I*
•loir, a b-autlfnl Instrument of \n upright form.
I l.e t'hickering-t have receive,I S' first prise medals, all over re
nowned competitors and from first rank institutions and fairs of
America and of Europe. They have manufactured and sold more
Pianos than any factory In the world.
Prom the Chu kerings have emanated the best and most perma
nent Improvemer.u that have brought the Piano t<> Its present per
fection and by the great capitsi they have Invested In manufac
turing conveniences, they can sell fully fifty percent, cheaper than
any other factory. None of their Instruments leave the wareroora
without having been fully Inspected by the belt artists.
As this factory has never more than one agency In a city, in
Richmond these instruments can only be sold ty the subscriber.
The factory warranu All Pianos we sell. Orders promj lly at
tended to. ... , „
W trerooms, north side of Bread street, near Sth, and at Uabllf
ton i Brother's, No. 160 Main street.
a,a;2 NATH’L CABCSJ, Sole A real. _
\J"ASLEW, T.VVLPK A; l O., No. TAMaic str-et, hav.
tn Store a Urge stock of
Butcher's Files and Flge Tints
Bpear and Je, kson's Hand. Kip. and Grain Paws
Baldwin’s I .-L-i. at, 1 - mldlng Planes
Hunt* ,-.d Simmon’s chop and shir:.*ir Hatchets
Nagdole’s Adge eve, nail and bra. Hammers
Cook's and Shell's • •< it steel A.u-ev, and Hitts
With rhv, best’ v A Bradley's Drawing Knives
Turning Lathes, Chisels and Ganges
11.,. ting Machine:, hre an 1 breast Drills
ALSO.
Blacksmith’s toils of tl.e btal.ualUy, fcraals low ftreash or to
pool - mere. ao86
T,HX!H l.l,i Br'ii V
OM PFFR Cheap lathe r It—
2,0-10 b\s MauufsctcteJTohacer, assorted brands
|.Vi •• M. L nis-i. rne A Son’s he.t brands
l,i «i psekaac.t flittlci.tnU ae< i ti-uVi.M.
2(<>K) “ M., an Sd'iklng T> bac.-o tin A and 1 pound
drums
100 hbU ! .lyvcll's Rocbl •!•’•?« Rve Whisky
2o ty casks C IgBac and Roctvdl B-at dies
fi , p p, < llinne.iy L. ndon Dock B* audy, vintage
lit!*
N> Jk. cuiis Sia-rry. Madeira, p- rt and Malaga Wines
Puncheons Imp. rial Nolel Gin
1'-- c\*e» Chaopuguc; Cl iret and Hock Wines
•i", phis Surry App e and Peach Br-ndles.
Ail of which will be sold as cheap aasuch g. o.D . an be purchased
In any market. MI I’liUH l -k Frit,
No. lb l’evrl str.-et,
t f Rich moudjVa.
iVc4 KAMI E CoSPAHTf
OF STATE OF VIRGINIA.
OFFicr. pjttNT nodH east of piktos
Hot.-E AND POST riFFICfc, M v IN i-TKET, RICHMOND, VA.
« rtjMlfll faiilOO.OOO.
Tl.ls Company are prepared to receive applications for P1RF
and MARIN! IN’SORaNCE, oil farorabls terms. Also to guaran
tee Nigotlable Bills.
D1RKTTOB8.
W», H. Macrsat-isT, Prc’at Farmers’ l auk.
A. Wsawica, firm of Warkadck A Harkvdk.e,
Vs. G Cametiaw, firm of Cri ns'.aw A Co.
WsutXiT \ G .Mi, firm of Godding Apperson,
T tv. McCascx, firm of Dunlop, Moncure A Co.
G A. B*ak -usut, firm of Warwick A Hn-kvdale.
Javii U. G..am, IVjMco Manuf. -turer.
L D t.’aaxeau./, fim i>: If .tall, Crenshaw A Co.
J us h. I.;.U •-.. firm of Paeons llaskeivilh
R It. Has.au.. tiriii c f linxi.il, Crcnaliaw A Co.
J ,hx Ciaau .Ja ,tUup owner
Wm. II. VVa..u x, firm of Warwick A Barksdale.
Ja.- Au-aiu. Josi .-, Attorney at Lxw.
C C. Ell lit, builder.
T. G U.iris. .ti-ricu tur.xt and Manufacturer.
R W. ' cGkfnkH, firm of 8. McGruder’a 8nnf.
W. \V. Chou*, Attorney at Law
Jas. Doiu.r, lim of Duiiop. Moncure A Co.
BILLING W. HaXALL, President
0. F. Baxsrx, 8ec’y. __fel7—ly.
I'irt* limiranro, 'larino lBlinuice>
i'HE VIRGINIA FIRE t ilAKINc INSPRASfE nOMFAJV'*.
Orncx No. 181 Maw Sraxrr, R:C*hx »b, Va.
CASH CAPITAXj, SUOO.OOO.
C1UARTEUFD in 1882, and having,during itsexlstenceof twenty
) six years, met claims for loss to tha extent cf largely over a
71l LLION OF DOLLAHN.lt reV rs to the history of the
t asl as atTonilng tiie very beat guarantee for the future
Being a VIRGIN! A COMPANY, Its profits are distributed amongst
her citizens, and Its Capital used to promote the success of her
Commercial and Mechanical Industry.
Bv the long acquaintance of thli Institution with the Iqjorlop
Public, U has become fnmllUr with their Interest!, end no pain?
VAT 11 I,.. .txMFf.,1 fir InfAmal'nF wlti.lirl.l. OD thf UMl't '-f itl OtfiC«r*
t hi will tend to Insure accuracy and give satisfaction.
To Farmers and Country Merchants we can refer—from the very
extensive country Insurance already II cured—to highly respectable
estliens In almost every portion of the State.
Application for Fire or Marine Insurance, addressed to the
F'ealdtnt or Secretary, wiil receive piompt attention.
W. L. COWARDIN, President.
W1U.IAM Willis, Ja., Secretary. h!9—ly
Fire, 1.iii- ami Marine lararaace.
1WIE RICHMOND FIRE ASSOCIATION with a rash capital and
. surplus of nearly $2oG,000, Is prepared to Issue policies
on the above descriptions of risks on as reasonable terms as any
similar Institution In the State, and respectfully ask a share of the
patronage of the public. Applications will be received at the of
fice No. 156X second door east of corner of Main and 11th streets,
where the ofiicers will cheeriully give any Information required.
All losses promptly ami liberally adjusted.
DIRECTORS:
Ohas. T. Wortham, JohD H. Claiborne,
Wm. 0. Tompkins, Robert M. Burton,
John J. Wilson, Thos. A. Rust,
Alex. Garrett, Geo. N. Gwathmey,
John T. Sublett, Fr*. J. Barns.
DAVID CURRIE, PresH.
R bust A. Tourcias, Sec’y. _
new youk Lira iisu&aice commit*
MUTUAL SYSTEM.
Capita I $1,800,000.
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS deposited with the
Comptroller of the State of New York, and out of the hands
of the Company to secure pcllcy holders.
Dividekps uxtiE sxaciLLT o» a woe-r Liberal Principle.
Forty per ct. of the premium on Life Policies, will be loaned the
Insured when the premium exceeds $50.
Policies Issued aud payable to the insured on arriving at a cer
tain age, or to the family of ".he Insured at death, should that event
happen previously to arriving at that age.
Endow Eent POLICIES for children, granted on the most favor
able terms. ..
Policies issued at greatly reduced rates of prrmlum, when the
Insured prefers not to participate in the dividends.
AH losses paid promptly and without litigation.
We shall be pleased to have you call at ones and secure a policy
In this old and reliable Company which comes before you endors
ed by your own oltlaeni, ___ .
WORTHAM A WYATT, Agents,
Office 190, Main street,
Tew doors above Post Office.
CHAT. I. WORTHAM,
Genera! Agent and Attorney
for the Company In Ya
USDICAL KXAMIXSna:
Jig. H. Ookwiv, M. D. 1
Ro. T. Ooluui, M. D. I
mh81 ________
AUTIiOKIZLD CAPITAL..$500,000!
THE PLANTERS SAVINGS BANK,
or THE CITY OF RICHMOND.
TnE PLANTERS SAVINGS BANK having an ample "ash Cap
ital and Chartered by the Legislature of Virginia, will receive
Deposites of Klvo l>o inr» and upwards, on which Interest
will be paid at the rate of 8tx per centum per annum if remaining
six month*, or Five per centum per annum If less than six month*
Interest payable Ntiul-A sinual I), If desired.
Deposites received at their office, at the store of Messrs. Duke a
Hutcheson, No. 40 Main gtreet. . u - JL .
J. J. WILSON, PrcfWtriL
A A H verm BMW Treasurer_mail—jv
RKKP COOL i—The celebrated unexcelled “CHALLENGE"
REFRIGERATOR wl. h side ventilator. Water Coolers, vari
ous sites and patters; Ice Pilchers, all sites and pattema. Mas
ter', patent " five minute" Ice dream Freeters, and s variety of
other kinds, for sale at reduced prices. , .
We call particular attention s* the justly celebrated CHAL
LENGE’’ REFRIGERATOR, coriidering it the best article ever of
fered for sal > In this place, and therefore "commend It with c«Dfi
dence. Another sur-ply Just received, a f«w only of which are un
engaged Persons In want of th* above, are requested to call and
examine bef. re purchasing elsewhere ^ a
mag-tf 21T Main Pt Richmond, Va
COl’NTH V CURED BtCOS.-W,** lbs Wm. Mas
•le'i superior count* j Cured Bacou—asMmi, Bnoulueri and
Bidet—juit received »n i far tale by MWT_ . . . ....j
HI NT I JUIM
/ 1 ENt'k I.A8TINU GAITKHli \H I tl TH*S
I \T and elthout, very superior and handsome, *t „
| mj8| WU, if AirOfl Be
RAILROADS, &C.
VIRGINIA CENTRAL RAILROAD.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Mail ana Passenger Train,
I HAVE I.lchnirnd dally at 6:30 A. M , fur GordunsvUle, And
I dally (except Hundays) for Jac son's River and intermediate
nation* Conn cling at Gof.-onsvlllc, with ihe Orange and Abxan
drla Railroad for Alexandria and intermediate Htatlona and at
harlotteavlll* with their train* for Lynchburg, and point* W est of
that place.
tm Sunday* paaiengcra for Charlottes v'lle and Lynchburg take
the Orange and Alexandria Train a* Gordonsvlile.
Harman, Maaon and uompam ’* Stag • connect with the train
at Goshen for Lexington, at till!born for the Rock Alum, Bath
Alum. Warm, llot and Healing Spring*, and at Jackson's River
or the Sweet, Red Sweet, and White Sulphur Spring*, Lewisburg,
Ac.
RETURNING,
The mall and pa**cnger train leave* Jackson's River dally (ex
cept Sundaya ) at 3. IS, P M.
gy Through Ticket, forth* Roekbridjo and Bath Alum, Warm.
Hot, Healing, White Sn phur and eweet erring*, Lexington. Lewis
ahure, Ac. Al*o for Lynchburg, Bris cl, Kn xvthe, Chat a
nooga, Nashville, uuntivlie, Memphis, New Orlean*, and all
important Point, in the South-West, art to b. procured tt th«
Ticket Office. _
TH08. DODAMEAD,
j«14 General Superintendent.^
UlCHttOND ANDTORK H1VER 11.11LHOAD.
ATTRACTIVE AND CHEAP ROITK TO OLD POINT
AND NOKPuLK.
Fare $>2, Meals Extra.
ON and after Monday, June 11th, Train* (5i»f T:«.*~
will run dally,except 8unday» a* follows: HSrEBETiSFr
Regular passenger train*, stopping only at Meadow, Dispatch,
and I u stall's on signal. _
Wld le-ve Richmond at 7 A. M. WUI leave Whit* House at 7
P. M.
Accommodation Train, carrying Freight and Passenger*, will
leave the White llouae at 8 45, A. M. Will leave Richmond at
4:30, PM.
Toe new, fait, and commodious steamer, West Point, Capt J. U
Rowe, wih leave White House, .ontlay* Wednesday* and FrV
day*, at 8,V, 5 M., landing only at West Point. Moody’s, Cap;
pa hod k tiivler’s, Yoiktown Glou eater Point, arriving In tine
for Inner nt Old P"ln* »t 8 P M , and No folk at 3\ P. M.
Retor ingthe West Point will leave Norfo k Tue.dt.yi, Thu-a
oay* aud raturdiiya, at I0,W, A M, and 014 Point at II A M.
tanning ..nly as above, an.I arrive at White House in lime to ten
nect with the care, arrlvli g In Richmond at t> P. M.
5o B at landings will be made.
Freight received Tu sd iys, Thursdays and Saturdays for Yctk
diver. i.8 T*Q3 R SHAaP. Hup't.
NORFOLK OLD POINT COMFoRT AND HAMPTON.
rilHiitiL'Hu in 1>, h.'Uit to Norfolk, and In six hour* to Old
1 Point, from Richmond.
Ihe most comloitaile, end expcdillr.ua route between Rich
mond and the above place is, by the I! chroond and Petersburg
Road to PeltrabUrg. tin nee ry the Norfolk and Petcrsl urg h'oau
to Norfolk, and th nue by it»»mer* to Old Point, and Hampton.
> Oil kill'LX.
Leave Richmond at 7:55, P. teach Norfolk at » ?0, and Old
Point at c: 15 P. M
For the accommodation of passefcgers a fi«h supper w.ll be pro
vlded on the boat, between Norfolk and Old Point.
RKTCRMXa.
From Old Point, the boat leave* at 11:80, A. M., and connects
• lib ihe . irs ul Norf Ik, which Dave at \ P. reaching Rhh
•nond at 6.30 passengers dining oti the boat, wldle between Old
Point and Norfolk. T ti. WYNNE,
Jrl I —tf Sop'l jl.jind_P. IT R._
RICH.>ll)A'D AND DANViLLE RAILROAD.
I S(>0 CH.lNGEOFSf HRDCLB, [SHO
US* AU'I after Wrdoeida;, ApiU 2*th, ln6C, the trains, on thU
road, will ran m foil**** :
MAIL AND PAflBFWJEK TRAIN.
Leave Richmond daily (Sundays rxc ptert) at » a. a. for Junc
tion, (Buricevllle,) Lynchburg, Bristol, Kdoxvilie, Dalton, Chatta
non7a, \tUnu, .N i*tfiTUle,Grand Junction, Memphis, Montgomery,
Mobile, Jackson, Vicksburg amt New'means.
Leave ttlchmond daily (except Sun Jays) at J o'clock, A. a. for
Danville, Va., and Grernibcrn’, N. 0.
RETURNING,
Leave Danville dally (exceptAuudeys) at 5 o'clock a. a., and
Junction (BurUevllle) 10.10 a. a., and arrive In Richmond at 1.10
r. m.
The Mall and Passenger train! connect both tniy with the
couth hlUa Railroad trains to and from the South-west, at the Junc
tion, and with the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Putomac Rail
road train*, to and horn the North al Richmond.
HfThrcugb Tickets sold, and Baggage checked through to the
abnv -named points- also, to the Virginia Spring*.
{y^*For through ToJcttr, South and Southwest, and for further
Information, apply at the Ticket Office of the Richmond h Danville
Railroad Company. Richmond.
SPUForThrough Ticket* to Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia
ami New Pork, apply at the office of the Company, In Danville.
up2d ALhX. WORK ALL, Superintendent.
SOUTH-SIDE KAIUtOAD.
ON ANDAPTEH MONDAY THE23*1 AI-fTT
gut, the passenger Trains, will run as follows: EHc
IROM PETERSBURG TO LYNCHBURO.
Mall Train starts dally at IM A. M., reaches Lynchburg atl2.SC
P. M.
Passenger Train starts dally, except Sundays, at 4:45 P. M.,
reaches Lynchburg at 12:30 A. M.
FROM LYNCHBURG TO PETERSBURG.
MaliTrain start daily at 11 A. J!., reaches Petersburg at 6 P. M.
Pauenrer Trains sisrrs dally, except Butftiays, at It.30 P. M ,
caches Petersburg at <1 30 A. M.
These trail.* connect »;•’ two dally trains to the Springs, Knox
llle, Nashville, Memphis, Ac., to New Orlesns.
f-ff Tide 1* the »h< rte«t and n. jt expedltlou route to all parts
Tennessee, Alabama, Mis*i»ii| pi, Louisa na, Arkansas and Texas.
The C.ty Point Train leaves P, '• rivurg daily, except3unduys, at
7 A. SI., and IS Noon, and City Pui.,1 at K Pi A. M., and 1 :>" P. M
xtra trains arc run to and from all the steam packets when ne
ess ary.
H. D. BIRD,
au24 General Superintend ant
IfetiO. SOT BCE. I SOU.
ilMiSffa
TO PASSEMiEKS bOI'.u NORTH—YEW ARllAYBEMET.
littPGK FA NT TO TR v WILL SIRS.
THR'jCu ' TICKET* ANH HR' l ill CHECKS.
GREAT NORTHhitN ROUTE.
CAKBYIYO TilL ola.li IMTLD STATES MAIL.
TWICE DAILY- Sunday night except.d- between
RICHMOND, AI i’YANIilil t, V. 1! INCJTon, BALTIMORE, PHIL
ADtl.l’HI A, N1.1V YORK, and ail imp: rtant points West, via Ac
<juln Creek ar. J Vt aahingtoo, avi r the
tilCHHOXD, FKEDERJCKSBl R(i AST POTOMAC RAILROAD,
To 'he Potomac River, 75 miles; and by S;»h rdc l and comforub e
learners thence to Washing' n, .’•5 miles, in il Ifkmilcaiulhourt;
icing a comfortable and pa .:e rate of speed,
gdf.'- 1! mrs of departure 6.20 A. M., and 7.0t» 1*. JL
gye- iltcg-.gc under chargv of Speci.l Agents, dlFCKED
’ULOUllU t.' Washington, Laltimore, Philsdelphla and Ni»
Vork.
Through tickets can be pr cured at the following rates:
T•> l:..lttmrre. |7 i>J To Washington.( 5W
To Philadelphia. h .V' i To New Y..rk. 11 50
To CincinustL.. 22 5*11 To Si. leruls'... 82 50
To Columbus. 90 25 To Chicago.*3 00
To Imii'inapolls. 23 0<I To Pittsburg. 14 OO
To Cairo.. 82 5' To Louisville. 26 00
io Dayton.22 25 To Decatur.80 T5
o Jeffersonville.25 Ti> To Newark.. 1# 25
>0 Ituek Island. 35 0" To Vincennes.2s 00
To Zanesville. 13 60
Passengers breakfast and sup at Ashland, and dine on board the
omfortable steamers between Acqula Creel: and Washington.
r#*~ For further Information, apply at this office. Broad Street,
t hockoe HUL JAMi* B. WINSTON,
Gen’l Ticket Agent.
SAM’L RUTH, Supt I
ffice R. F. A P. R. R. Co., }
rlchmond, Jsn. 21, 185*. »_]an»4-tf
NOI |t'K.—Pe'* t.swisr: ng to obtain llckel* for servants over
the .tlilmioiid Fredeilck-bnrg and Potomac IL 1L, for Waah*
I gton Pity, and point* further North, must, In ell cases be vouch
eC f r by some reap nrible white cltlxen of Blchm nd in person,
kn >vn o l.h- ilBcers of the Road, as no tickets wl I be Sold if ap
plied for by letter. A. n. AL’ EN,
ms20 !y___Ticket Agent.
DR. J. S. ROMi,
TO TH‘ PICK AND AFFIdCTED.
Every intelligent am* thinking
person must knew fiat remedies handed out for general ucr
should have their efficacy established by well tested experience ir
the hand* of a r- gularly-edacated Physician. Dr J 8. Rose, has
labored I mg aud diligently in an extensive practice of medicine,
and his remedit s taxis well known to the people of Richmond) have
performed the raort remarkable cures litre and elsewhere.
bit J.S. HOSE'S k XPliG I GRANT OK COUGH
N YH UP.
For Ooummptiim, hW</*, Cough*. Aithirul. Spitting of BUhaI,
tirun- \itis, and all l>i*taer* of fAe Lung*.
This Syrup, hat iug stood the test of many years’ experience as a
remedy lor Irritation or InCamatl n of the Lungs, Throat, «r Bron
,-hla, is acknowledged by all to be a remedy eminently superior to
other known compounds used for the relief and radical cure
of Coughs and Consumption.
In compounding a Cough Syrup for general use, the physician—
for none but a physician should attempt a prescription—is compell
ed, from his knowledge oi the constitution and constituted parte of
man, to avoid entirely the addition of drug* that can any way
tend to do Injury. His object is not only to cause a symp'om, au h
,s cough, to stop, but It Is also expected of a regularly educated
doctor, that lie should cur. mi psiicui rauicauy—wuue me pi cru
der may allay a cough by h<s opium and squills, molasses and laud
anum, antimony, morphia, and *11.1 cherry bark, and Dot be ac
countable for the aB> r health of his patient Many r,f the nostrums
of the day hare power to etop a cough, and the deluded victim Is
lolled Into an Incurable fora of dll *sc, or perhaps death. Dr. J.
« Hose’s Cough Syrup will not only cure Coughs, but In all cases
prevent that l.ion of Diseases, CONrCMITlOM. Price Me. and 11.
' DH. J. S. «• USE’S PAIN CDHEM.—1This popular
and never falling remedy has alone stood the test of thlrty-Ove
years. Price 12, 26 and iO cts.
THE **AIN CURE:* cures Rheumatism.
IKE P »IN <IUIiEIfccu.es palnsln the limbs, Joints, bad
or fplne.
TH E PAIN fCRER cores Cholic pains In' the Stomach
or Bowels.
TISE PAIN Cl'UltK cores Scalds, Burns, Sprains and
Braises.
TH E PAIN CUR EH cures any pain Internally or exter
nally, and should be kept in every family.
We shall only say to the afflicted, try the PAIN Cl KEK,
If It gives you relief, recommend it to others; if It fails, condemn it*
Remember It has come from a regu|?-r Physician.
DR. J. S. RON ’S DYSPEPTIC COMPOUND,
the only sure cure for Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. Price 80
06Zkt£.
Dyspepsia may be known b.v costiveness, belching up of wind,
scur siamach, and sometimes diarrhoea or looseness or the bowels,
headache, nervous feelings, cold feet, wakefulness and variable
appetite. If these symptoms are allowed to goon long, without
this medicine, (which will always cure.) then follow debility of the
lung" and a predisposition to consumption.
Dll. J. S.ROSE’S IIUCHU COMPOUND, forall
dlacates of the Kldnevs and Bladder. Price 60 cU. The great de
mand for this article iiasInJuced others to bottle up something and
call It Buchu. Ask Tor Rose’s, and take no other.
A1IDK.J. S. ROSE’S GENUINE MEDICINES
have his avrlUeu signature over the Cork of each bottle. Take
none without it.
Foi sale by all respectable Druggists.
Bold by WARNER L. WARING, Genersl Agent,
101 Broad 8treet, above 9th,
fpg Richmond.
1860. NEW SPUING GOODS. T»G0.
A. K. PARKER -V CO..
No. 143 Each! Square,
ARE now prepared to offer to their friends, and the public gene
rally, a uao* akd Bnm>n> htocx of
r FRENCH AND ENGLISH DRY GOODS.
Consisting, In part, of
Plain Black and F»ney Silks,
Rich Silk, Grenadine and B-rage Robes,
French and English Dress Goods In every variety,
Silk and Lace Mantillas, Shawls,
Par's Embroideries and Lace Goods,
Housekeeping and Plantation Goods.
White Goods of every kind.
Mourning Goods of every description,
Gloves. Hosiery 4c
Together with many other articles too numerous to mention —
All of which will be sold very cheap. mhl9
JOHN cTlIAFtU Sc CO„
DRAPERS AND TAILORS,
EXCHANGE BUILDING,
14th STREET, RICHMOND, VA.
Would respectfully call attention to their new styles of
Spiring and Summer Goods.
mhT ____
lfVl.ES, MULES AND HORSES.—1 bar. D-j,
in Just received, direct from Kentucky, a very choice yKth
ipd superior lot of Stock. I have BULK well suited to
Iron masters, railroad purposes, street and plantation use, all of
,hlch I will sell, exchange, break and deliver In the dty or coun
y, on my nsnal accommodating Urmt, at Davis 4 Hutchison s,
’te Harden't old Aland. •
EDWIN WALKER
N. B. I hall ke In receipt of fresh stock, direct from Kentucky,
very month Enquire ss above._*. ”•
K/\ OASES OF WHISKEY. WARRANTED*
») W be 11 yeare old. and equal to any thing of the kind to be
foot'd, ter Mle by _ ___if JwO
RKFIS ED HUGAKH.-1M bble Cut Loaf, Powdered and
Granulated Sugars, In store (or sale by
mU X X UUNXU * 00.
HARDWARE.
CLARKSON Ac ANDERSON.
No. 100 ,1|alu Ntreet, Hl< lioinatl, Virginia.
IfflPOHT&Hft of HARDWARE, CL'TLIRT, GUNS,A*., bars
for *a;«
4000 dot. Pocket Knives,
8400 set* Knives and Forks,
Bo doa. Ivory Table and Deeaert Knlvee,
100 “ Plated •* ** Forks,
800 " Shoe snd Butcher Knives,
100 “ Rodgers, Wades snd Butchers Rttors
bo “ Bator Strops,
850 ** fictjsori snd Ph'ars,
6000 Gross Gimlet pointed Herein,
8< 00 dos. Rutt, Tshle, snd other lllnge*,
BOO setts Bed snd Furniture Castors,
8000 d*>B Kim, Pad, Chest snd Stock hocks,
150 gr.sw Tea and Table spoons, x
6000 lb Griffin's Horse Phoe Nalls,
800 kegs hammered Horse Phoet,
80 toi s Iron Aales.
60,000 Carriage and Plow Bolu, Ac., Ac.
They are also AgenU for Fairbanks Hcales.
.\Ai I..oIt’S* CAST STEEL.
WE have Just received, of direct Importation, a large and
complete assortment of Naylor's and Marshall's best cast
steel, consisting of
Square assorted from IK to 8v Inches
Octagon " “ K to) K “
Round Machinery aasotted from K to IK Inches
Double shear steel assorted; all slsei
Mid Pick cast steel “ “
Patent Hammer steel “ M
Granite Wedgs " “ “
To which weie spectfully Invite the attention of Granite Work
•rs and purchaaers generally. For aale at lowest raw * by
HAG DONNAN.
rnayl Iron Front W Bloek (tovr-nrr Htreet.
SbU SPRING ikaIieT IMH>
ROBERT .1. I 1ENNY,
Drahr In Hardware, Cull, rjr, Tools, Ac,,
Embracing event variety of article» a<lap'edfar
■WILDERS, MACHINISTS,d- HOUSEKEEPERS
No. 205. axoyi thk Basis.
1 HAVE now in store the largest and moat com- ^qysa
plrte stock of English, German snd American
Karilv. ar" 1 have ever had the pleasure to of
fer, aud respectfully Invite all in want to examine
tbs tame before purchasing elsewhere. My goods are frrtli, am
having been purchased exclusively for cash, 1 am prepared to ol
fer them upon the lowest terms.
In Fnrmliii.' Implom, lit* 1 enumerate Hoes, Hand-Plowi
Shovels, Spades, Forkes, Raks, 8cythea. Hnatlis, Axes snd Chaim
Together with GARDENING TOOLS of all kinds.
In lloiiMi—FuriiiRliIng Goods my slock Is also ver;
complete—vis; Fine Tea Trays and Walters, single and in sells
fapan’d Tnilett HrU; Tin-Ware; Sauce-Pans; Tea and Pretervini
Kettles; Cutlery; Fine Ivory Handle Knives; (Indos. and Insets,
Double Plated Forks and Hpoons; Brunl.es, llalr and Feall.ei Dust
era; Tubs; Buckets; Mats; Brooms; Cooking Utensils, Ac., Ac.
And In Bit tilling .Vlati-rliila, particularly, I aro constants
prepared with a large and complete slock—via: Locks of every de
-criptlon; Bolts; Hlnges.Herewi; Iren and Brass Rail; Sheaves,Hcrew
■due And Axle Pulleyt.Sarh Cord;8cre» Wrenchc*;Culand Wrough
Nalls and Spikes, and all other article* for building purposes; to
gether with Tools of all kinds.
fSf~ Orders carefully and promptly attended to.
ROBERT J. DENNY,
-nhti 806 Main street, above the Banks
/ n A It It IA 42 K BOLTN, COACH M'ltF.WS ANI
" ' TIRE BOTH.— We have Just received direct from one of tie
best mat nfacturers, a large and full supply of Carriage Bolu
0u«ch .-.crews and Tire Bolt*, well a«*ortril, tvery si'e. to which w
reape-tlully solicit a call from ever* o' e in need of such a>Held
T. RoBEUTSON * HONS
ip| - No 66 Main sU
/ 11t ii A N ■> t.llAlNSCVTH*%N, ( KADLES.
VJT We respectfully- all attention to our asiortm.nt of
“Wa (Iron's" Gras* and Grain Scythes, all life*
"J. C Colton's" Psteut do do do do
Grtf.t Hot k« and Hit klc*
Superlur Cast Steel, Weeding and ITUlirg Hoes
Spedes and Shovels of varluus makers
F rks, 2,8 and 1 Prongs
Those In want shill be furniihtd at the lowest market price.
my4 P T. MOORS A OO., 84 Pearl St.
k. ii. tto*iii,ie.
COACn AND HARNESS MANUFACTUHER.
No. 213. Corner ol .llaiii and Dili SCrecti,
HAS on hxi.it a large and general assortment of Carriages an'
Humes*,of hia own manufacture, whhh he can confident!;
recotmm nd to thoae In want of a good, substantial and faahlonabl
vehicle.
He will make to order anjr article In the carriage line, and wll
use every effort to please those who may favor him with their pa
ixonage.
Repairs executed with neatness and despatch. fe2— ly
CARRIAGES! CA RRIAGKM! ( ARHlAGl.bl
HITCHCOCK & OSBORN.
RICHMOND CARRIAGE WAREHOUSE,
No. 213 ;ind 215 Tin lit Street,
Have constantly on hand 9
rise Litre *t A G. at aaorte.t Stock
OF (Alt 111 i G 12 if IN fErcI.
THE BTATE, W —*■
Coexisting, In part, of the following
STYLES
Oaleches, Phaeton*,
Coaches, Chaises,
Bren Phaeton, Barouches,
Blx-seat A-x-twayt, Buggies,
Five Beat do Top Bagglet,
four Scat do do Wagons,
Tv Beat do, Concord Wagon*,
Read Anikeys, Trcttlr.g3uli.cyi,
Bide Beat Haggle*, do. Wagons.
Harness and Whips.
It Is confidently believed H at no st ock of Carriages in this or an;
other roxiket Is more wort! v of public 'Mention, emJracing nearl;
all the latest styles and Improvements that are desirable, and wll
be sold at the lowest p sstble prices, and warranted the uxua
length ( f tine. We present our sincere thanka to our patron* fo
their liberal patronage, ar.d hope to merit a continuance of the!
faveri
' Al ‘ of Carriage repairing done promptly. mbit
him. a LAHBsrra.
CARRIAGES! CARRIAGES!! CARRIAGES!!)
RICHMOND COACH MANUFACTORY,
Franklin Street,
One sqntsrr below UK iiaugt- Hotel
We Invite all persons In wont of
HOME MADE CARRIAGES.
CjQPfJL' To call and examine our stock, as we pro- C-S-SJU
hyyipn.r to sell a better article for I-** money
than CAiiRl aGLB of the same quality can be bought f..r I tin
kcrtlam dilu. WV have t.*'U eng-ig.-d In building C* vat tea
more than ii years In this city. Our work has proved satirfactor;
t.i all who have bought of us. We are more largely engaged li
martifactur ng Carriages than any other House In the B'ate, em
ploying ever 50 hsr.o’s.
VI e hive on hand a large auortarnlof Faaldunable CARRIAGES
of superior quality.
Cal'Ches, Two Beat Rocks ways,
Coaches, all styles, Pbeatons,
Charriottees, Top Puggtea,
Barouches, Buggle* without Tops,
Four Beat Rockawaya, Bulkies,
Bible Seat Top Haggle*.
Also a large stock of Coach, Ituygy xu.l Bulky Harness of cur ow:
make, of be*: material and workmanship:
Coach and buggy Whips, all qualltle*
Carriages of ail styles made to order.
All kinds ol Coach Repairing executed In the best manner ant
with promptness. ALFRED KING,
_fell ___TifO. M. LAMBETH.
NOTICE.
riio THE FAHBLHN OF VIRGINIA A Nil
A NORTH CAROLINA.—Wrwould call attention of the Farmer)
of Virginia and North Carolina to the fact, that wc are now manu
facturing the justly celebrated "Oelser Thresher, Cleaner an 1 Bag
ger,” for grain, and would advise those in waut of a superior ns
chine, to send forward their orders.
First prem uros were awa'deri this Thresher, at the “Central Ag
ricultural Fair," held here October last, also at the “State Fair,
held In Petersburg. Its advantages over all other Threshers yet
Invented, consists in lit being portable, threshing much cleaner,
end superceding the ne t sally < I run’lrg through the Pan Mill —
One haif the force usually employed on all other machines, will be
found sufficient to prepare, in a given time, an equal quantity ol
grain for market
We tak- pleasure In referring to a few of the larsest wheat grsw
era, who are using these machines for 'heir superior merit., vix: —
Messrs Robert It dim* cf Turkey Island; Win. B. ll.rrisen, Up
per Brandon; WiPiam Gee Prince George; D Walker Uaxall,
Henrico; Jas. M. Taylor, Richmond ; Wra Ballard Preston. Mont
g< tni-ry ; Adolph Dill, llenrlco; Thos J. Orecn, Warrenton, N. C ;
Thus. H. barter, o Henrico; together with many other* of ths
largest and belt farmer* in Virginia.
No pains or , xpense will be spared In the selection of materials,
or In the workmanship, to produce such machines as will be une
quailed hv any now in use.
_J "FIN W CARDWELL A CO.
llo.'J L-AiAliL I I KMTIRE.
HELVIN' A ATKINSON
GOVERNOR STREET, RICHMOND, VA.
a WOULD rrapectful'y Inform their friend*
and the public that they have and will
ifl continue u> keep on hand, a Urge assort*
* l " merit of their own n:u«ie
CA HI N ET FTJRNITUR E,
of all styles and qualities ; Ferihir Beds ; Hair, Cotton and rhurk
Mattrasses, Ac. They have spring Mattrasses of a superior kind,
more approved of than any other that have hewn In u»r; together
with an assortment of very superior Plano Fortes, from the best
and oldest manufactories to this country.
They would Invite their friends and the public to an examination
of their atock, and will aesure them that they can and will sell a)
low as any other house, either North or Buuth. They are now mak
Ing rrangetr.ents to enlarge their manufactory, and hope by a Uriel
rcnage they have hitherto received. They are also prepared to
furnish, at short notice, any kind of Burial Case, either wood i
me-alle, wlti. all necessary grave clothes, and to attend t'tli<
Undertaking in all Its departments, with promptness and dUpateh.
<e‘*a f..i.
, IttBHUSiTBB nUOK.lir IKON AND
V' WIRE RAILING.—(Secured by Letters Patent.)—Admirably
adapted for enclosing Public Grounds, Cemeteries, Balconys, Cot
taces. Ac. Sheep and Ox linrdle, Patent Wire, Sackilng Read
steads, with every variety of Folding Iron Beadsteads and Iror
furniture. Patent Wire Coal Bcreens, Ore, 8and and Gravel
Screens, Wire Netting for Mosquito, Sheep, Poultry, and othei
purposes. Wire Summer Houses, Fancy Wire Work In great va
rle'.y, for Gardens, Ac.
M. WALKER A 80N8, Manufacturers,
No 635 Market, N. E. comer Sixth street, Philadelphia
oeff—dly
Plows: flows:: flows: :no excuse fob
GOING NORTH To BUY PLOWS.-The subscriber makes ev
cry variety of Plows known among Southern farmers and planter,
and recommend, especially hli Noa//.e,-n /Vote, which uses thret
sixes and shapes ef moleboards on each Plow, thus adapting It tc
every variety of soil. P. H HT.ARKK.
A»9S Three doors above 8t Charles Hotel. Richmond. Va
BKAftD CUTTIlVCk
THE undersigned having removed his shop under the TORAC
CO EXCHANGE, corner 18th and Cary Bts , begs leave to in
form hi, customers, and the Public generally, that he Is now situ
atedso as to execute all work (which he may be favored w th) In
the best workmanlike manner.and at the^hnrtest po, Ihle notice. I:
you want a Brand for Tobacco,Flour,Grata bags.Machinery,or an)
other articles you may manufacture, send In your orders, and w<
•nil accommodate you cn the most reasonable terms, and goaran
tee to give you entire satisfaction.
Also, a fine lot of Branding Brushes, Kev Checks, Brass I etters
Ac. A E. GRAHAM, Brand Cutter,
UnderTobacco Exchange,
_Cor. 18U) A Cary 8t«., Richmond, Va.
URGE STOCK OF TRUNKS!!
Til* attention of persons wanting TRUNKS, Is .
asked to my very large supply, embracing eve- swjJll-J 111
ry kind now In use. Purchaser, can hardly fall !‘\
to be suited If Ihey will give me a call, for my aa
sortment Includes all grades, from 11 SO t* flti, and I Intend U
sell them as low as the tame qualities can be bought anywhere
pr * call Is respectfully xollclied at the large hhoe and Trunk
Establishment, No 03 Main S'reet
_ma3__JOHN C. PAGE, Ja
I860. SPRING IMPORTATIONS. 1860.
simx, ALVtur a a it ctri,
Importers and Jobbers.
^ RlCBltOXD.
WE would call the special attention of the merchants of Vir
ginia and North Carolina vtsldng cur market this Spring, tc
our unusual large stock of Foreign Goods of our Importation, which
we will offer at as low price* a* any house In the country; we
enumerate In part:
White Goods, Dress Trimmings,
811k “ Threads,
Linen “ Fancy Goods,
Hosiery. Small Wares,
Laces, Gent*' FurnUUlng Foods,
Ribbons, of all kinds,
SHAWM!.
We have also established a manufactory for Mantillas. Cloaks
and Ladies' Wrapping generally, aad will be prepared to exhibit a
arge variety of these Goods, of the neweet etyLs and patterns,
made exclusively at home.
We solicit an examination of our sto- k, bring determined to offer
everv Inducement to Southern buyers to make thdr purchases U
our market
fett-dy_GUNTER, ALVET * ARffNTR
R. J. CAPRON. RiCH'D. BAYLOR,
Eases Co., Va.
R. J. CAPROlf # CO.,
Commitpion Merchants,
OT ■®wljr»n Wharf,
BALTlMORR
R. J. Cap ion I* the active of the Ira loMR—AM
T OVKIllIIGO-Cmhsd aad Powdered Bugar, fur eule hr 1
Jtl L 40.1. BAVBNFOO.
UU.OCH.OK KOI HDBY * flAl llINX IHUM
CORNER OF CART AND ITTII RTtmt,
RiCfUMgp Va.
TALBOTT 4 LKOTliKR, h«wl<l«r, nf the Above WObll
are now building PORTABLE STEAM ENGINE*, ,.t tt. ;B.
proved construction, of all tiara, from tli to forty Horte Power
rultshle for Circular Saw MUD, Threshing Machine*, end
purposes, whlcli 'Ley (Utter Uirmseieet ara fully equal, if net it
wrier to any Engine* built here or eDewhcre.
They will alio furnDh STATIONARY STEAM ENGINES fr,t
leu Horae to any required pswer.
CIRt l LA!' SAW HILL*, of the meet approved eoumrvdlet
and of varicatelaet.
PUMPS and WHEEL* for WATER WORKS, PORTABLE GR1
MILI*, and IRONS for MILLS of ail kind*.
RAILROAD WORK of every description.
TOBACCO PRESSES, EL ATT KM.NG MILLS, and all article*
In manufacturing Tobacco, tore.her with every kind of Ukase ...
IRON CASTINGS and WROUGHT IRON WORK
Sa PHILIPJHAUM, V
EAULE MACHINE WORKS
< L*y, btttcttn ltXA and 1CAA Strutt, ’
. RICHMOND, VA.
flAHTACTl’KEK OF
Portable and Stationery STEAM ENGINES of any require' *(t,
with either Locomotive, r.ae or Cylinder Boilers
SUGAR 3’ILLS, HR; l LAR NAM MILLS. IRONS Fob \ 1 t
TiCALSAW wii.aKaiasT mills, draining machine*
tirnoLB, t.avirs and ntmma aarrvisi* *
TOBACCO ( AC'i OKI l IXTlKIk
OP EAKRY DCCRIPTION,
sod all Mads of
CASTINGS IN IKON and KK Abe.
The subscriber wet awarded by tbs C. H. Agricultural
neldtn Richmond. Ya, October, >68, the I. It A Ml t i , {'
I .YJ FDA L OF HONOR for (A* hut TarUMt :
for Farm u*s. '
He r.in»>, by permission. to Ocvernor Henry A Wise Jiesm
Warwick A Bt-ksdsle, Dunlop, Moncwe 4 Oo. ard Hata'I C-*>
! ,hlw * Cn-___MU-1,
LOGAN WALLER.
; COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Richmond, I'a.,
• ELL* Tobacco, Wheat, Ccrn, Flour, ar.d other cgji.tr*
CJ duce. lie hai on hand a large number of Bag*, w'.lch ear V*
obtained hy tboie who employ btm. on the terma charged bv a..'
road Companies.
He is MbteA by Mr. Jot *rn 0. Rmwoon, long —»'rnnkli
> known In the lurrsundlng counties, m a gentleman cf great art!?'
1 ty and energy of character.
tif~ 0®ce on lary street, two doors below Columbian HoteL
July U, 1' 5'i- Ju 19
a. aaiDcroaii. a. Ttgwjtt itn. raasius
ItltllH.FOKD A CO.
, GENERAL COMMISSION AND FOR W AUDI AG
MERCHANTS,
ON THE DOCK,
i Mil_KH'HYIONP, Vi.
E. II l&IRKLB fti’O. ‘
GROWERS A\D COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
SOLICIT consignments sf WHEAT, HAH R, CORN, lOBtCCO
and other country Produce. Advances made on o r., - ■.
*■ _ ___
t. E. DICYIPr'rU. ». a MIX. c t h i
DlCKI.1SO.Ti. HIM. «V CO.,
AUOTIONKKKH
AT their oil stand, cerre, -.f Wall and Tranklln Mr rts
. continue to tell NFGUoEk, boll, publicly ar.J prisnely '
Persona entrusting 'heir Negroes to as, may be asaur. dlt • a*
the h i- r m
HAsCTOR DAVls Aactteucer.
FRANKLIN STREET. RICHMOND, V.t
I URLLS SLAVES, both publicly and prlralely Pert, n er.tr, .I r *
k7 thslr Mill til 1.1m innt r. •sifreH , t e.k s. 1.1
* market pHcea. *
i AMERICAN AND F0RXI6K
STEREOSCOPIC E1IP0RIUJI.
K. ANTHONY.
308 Rrondu ay, N< w York.
After May M. ISCO. al 501 BROADW AY, Tuo door*
I'i'in St, Bold.
TIME STEREOSCOPE I. th* moat in*:, i.. •ire,M,tertnininn
ting and ,r< itin, of Rtedera In\ rt,Ilona.
None are i,„„ng, i on* to.) old, non* tin intrllign,t, 0,,B,
unedimiteit, tv acknowledge it* worth and beaity.
Hu In,me ti complete without It, and St r ual and will jmdraU
eneryirhere.
It nrceuts to yoor view every part of the world, In all the to
Kef. Jiohtnr**, tHnptctit* and tharpnt** (j d,t. /,**.) t u -rtt
nthe spot.
Phologiaphera are everywhere exploring Fur» re. »«!».
an America In s-ar, h or the grand and th, l-eautl oL* aad tAe
rotulta n/lhe!r iHU urt ron-'nnt/y tnrirhing on, ■■ .1,
We have at) tmmenae vari-lyf views of Scutes, In Paris, I t.
don, England, Scotland, Ireland, Wale*, Fr met.Bel*; t., |u,, <j
8wttaerlar,d Spain, The Rhine, Veraailes, M Cl- ud. P»nlalnrh| >n’
Tnllieries, Italy. Turkey, Egypt, Atl era, the llciv land, i bin. J0.'
dla, Crystal Palace—a'an, Group* Historical in-.ua : g rsrr* ,t
•etnes. br«ak(a*t scene*, pic nica statuary. Ac, Ac a r.-g,.,u
/ Palaces, I
thedrah of France. Italy, Ac , Ac Th< tfleit of these iUbmln*',
view* |a gin-ad mmrhlbU.
Ev<ry gentleman of wealth and refined taste a* ouM have lr ! a
■rawingroom amt of ctir tsyuhiit ruin ,m glut* with a retch
ng at, r*o*op« . showing t, tfi ffl or 106 . >
more faa. int! ng, and one c .o oir.r no greater treat tc a frl-r.i*
fond of th, nl lureatjue and *he bthutifu'
AnOumy’* i.otantiinn -ter -zcopl- Views are th- latest P‘ i
agraphia wonder They a -ta,.:.! MttfortiMjjnrtofa tenmd
and eterythl ; -o t )..* ropb li Ut/mgbt n.onng, ia or
pitted aa shaiply and laitn.-tty * if tthad b—n , erfeetlj r.,t
I l,la ft vet addittonai t a u-. f.,r to the b, a ut :ra of Insider ,' - n start
HiBWftt cAanat qfltyk gad WtofdM Th* process is a discovery
of our own, and 1 /' ...
dew and Pari* large onfirs for Anthony's Instactam I -
American life and scenery.
Amr go-'-, thiru-s k. cave just published Rtereoseoplc Tllcatra
tiers of >he Acei.c of tiie Eclto* Smm Paatas Afasnau—, In wMct
many liearta feel inio-ereat. The particular* if thla *111 be found
In our e-talogue.
Our Catalogueof subjects and price* will be forwarded to any
i address on rie-lpt of aaur- p
Parties at a dl- -.acre (ending us fa, fi, f 10, f'.S, »!0 or »■», can
have a..tr«irum*nl and such pictures as they nay teoulre,
sent by
Views *.cne, without Instrument can be sent by wail.
Partiea who vl-h t be advised cf anything really valuable In
the line that c-,m-a out, may send us their nar-ies to place on record, I
and w* wii. *eep them posted at our own expense
Jfe-i «/lr*run will find Photography a tnoat fascinating and de
llgfctful amusement. We are pn pared to gl out an, a ten r* * uh I
everything necessary for th, lr success, together with Instructions 1
" How to take Stereoscopic Pictures ”
E. ANTHONY.
Importer and Manufacture of Photo graphic Materials, 8ler.ee
opesand Stereoscopic View*.
err Merchant from every lection of the country are rcf|sfet* 1
fuliv Invited to make an eaftmlnatlon of our fUck, a* our disc >uot j
to the trade will he lieer&l.
To PHCTCGKAPlIi.bfi.—first class Stereoscopic Negatives
wanted.
fiend by eiai! a print anmoanted. With price of Negative.
fCut this cut for future reference.] frQl — d4m
TA HKA NT’s’
EFFERVESCENT
SELTZER APERIENT.
This valuable and popular Medicine, prepared In conformity with
the analysis of the waters r f the cejebrated Seltirr Spring), In
Germany, In a moat convenient and portable form, has
universally received the if. *at Favorable recommenda
tions of the Medical profession and a Discerning
Public, as the
MOST EFFICIENT AND AGREEABLE
Saline Aperient
In use, and »» being entitled to spertal preference over the Mineral
Spring waters, Peldlits Powders, and other similar article*, but I
from it* compactness and greater efficacy. It may be used wi'.b I
the best effect In all
BILLIOC8 AND FEBRILE DISEASES, SICK HEADACHE, L08f
OF APPETITE. INDIOKST ION, AND ALL SIMILAR COM
PLAIN!*. PECULIARLY INCIDENT TO THE
8PKI.\G AND M71.1IEK sr.ASO>S.
It Is particularly adapted to tl e want* of Travellers by Ses aaf I
Land. Res!ilent.!n Hot Climates, PersonsofSedentary Habits,
Invalid* and Convalescents; Captains of Yt-sseli and
Planters will Cud It a valuable addition to their
Medicine Chest*.
With those who have used It, It hat high favor and la deemed India- 1
pensahle.
IN A TORPID STATE OF THE UVEH-It renders great servlet .
In restoring healthy action.
INGOrr AND RHEUMATISM—It gives the best satisfaction
allaying all Inflammatory sympiuma,and In many caaes effectual!) j
curing Unite afflicted
ITS SUCCESS IN CASES OF GRAVEL, INDIGESTION, HEART
BURN AND COSTIVENESS—Prove* It to be a Medicine of the I
greatest utility.
ACIDITY OF TilF STOMACH, AND THE DISTRESSING SICK- I
NESS SO USUAL DURING PREGNANCY—Yields sp- dlly.and »!lh ?
marked success under Its healthful Influence.
IT AFFORDS THEGREATEST RELIEF TO THOSE AFFLICTED I
WITH OR SUBJECT TOTHE PILES—ACTING gently o . -be w
els, neutralizing all irrltatlngsecretlons, and thi reby rentvvlrg ail I
Inflamn ate.ry tendencies.
IN FACT IT IS INVALUABLE IN ALL CASES WHERE A GIN- I
TI.K APritirNT nv tiltmi iimi 01,11 mi n
It 1* In the form of a Powder, carefully pot up in bottles, to keep
In any climate, anil merely requires water poured upon it to pro* I
ducea delightful effervescent beverage.
Taken in the mirning.ft never InteH-res with the evocation* of the
day, acting gently on the system, restoring the digestive power*, f
exciting a healthy and vigorous tone of the stomach, and cr>» !r I I
an elasticity of mind and flow of spirit* which give feel to every
enjoyment. It also enables the Invalid to enjoy mai-y luiurirt
with impunity, front which he must otherwise be debarred, and
witnnul which life is irksome and distressing.
Numerous testimonials from professional and other gentlemen of f
the highest standing throughout the country, and its steadily in- i
creasing popularity fo, a series of years, strongly gusiantee its
efllcacy and valuable character, and commend it to the favoratis
notice of an Intelligent public.
Prepared and Bold, Wholesale and Retail, by
JOHN A. TARRANT A CO., Druggtris,
J«1 ®— 1y No. 2Ts Greenwich St., or r. of Warren, N. T.
PIANO FORTES!
VII GALE A CO.taVepleafiireln InvMngthe
• attention of Artists, Amstuers act the pub- ffg^SEJ
lie generally, to their Nnw .VuAOvuts.srM,, Ir .» ' rV*J;;w^c
Prsxb Push F. m , jirt Introduced. Tic gr.w- 1/ 8 V V *
Ing demand'or PUne Fortes, of more t* ar. ordlnsry ivWer tf.4 I
briliian yof tone, directed cur tneigtri to the product < 0 o'
an in*tr"ment. we submit the resell without fear of eompetdku
Our Pi >nos are all manufactured of the best wril >rs* t>>' tr «’''
rials, under our Immediate supervision, and are guaranteed to gt** 5
entiee s.-iti- fact’on wheiher ordered from us direct, or f >'d t-y »•' T A
of our Agenta throughout the coun'ry. We solicit a eonttnusase |
of that patronage which we have eDjoyed for the last *6 yf»'*
A. II. GALS A CO,
apT—3m WT hast 12th Sirert, New Tart.
nOHRIS, WIILELEK A CO.,
FORM KRLY
TOOK K IK Ac JONES Ac CO.,
IKON & STEEL WAKEIIOUSE.
Market Sixteenth Strvctn.
PHILADELPHIA
FAR?, BANDS. HO^PS, BCROUJt, OV*U, 8HFET8, BriRP*
SNOK and Nil!. RODS, FLAT and 7 ROLF ANGLE IKOE, I
RIVPT IRON. PWFDK IRON, PLOUGH PLATE, c . Ac.
CAM1, ‘HEAR, BUSTER, SPUING, TIRE A PLOUGH STEEL; I
SCOTCH PIG ; also. Agent* for the saleof •• WILLIAM PENN, I
»nd Other w. 11 known brand] of American Pig Iron
BAR Ikon rolled to any required length, for Bridges, Cars, EL'S ■
Building, and Machinery purpoaes generally
Bf'FLER PLATE cut In required dlioensione.
FROG STEEL POINT* A SIDE BARS made to any pattern.
AGENCY of the " IIAKKIXBURG " NAILS and SPIKES „ I
CAR AXLES rolled And hammered, and FORUIM.S of »J B
shape
COPPER, BRASS, RUSSIA SHEET, and Metals generally.
apd—dSm
SCNDBim,
96 tierce* prime Rice
100 bbls. prime N ew Orleans Mo lasses
80 bbls. “New York" Syrup
1,000 Sides Sale Leather
100 pkga. Green and Black Tana, fsnme prims)
100 bags (Huger, Pepper and Fptoe
RS hale* Clove* and (jinnamen
800 ku Glass . SO bbls Tanners' OU
M0 bxs. "Hull's Extra" and Ro«ln Neap
M do*. Brooms; 800 do. Rockets
iOOu reams Letter Oap and Wrapping Paper
* bales Candlcwlck and Twine, Ur sale In the tr*«
tow [fs00-tf] TINSLEY, TARRT A WILLIAMS
Keep root, i-continental refrigerators- tw«
heat article made, and warranted I* gtre sat.(faction. ABC
“***»«' lee Cream Freese * Call and examine Gie*.
ap>0_ RTBBKIN3 k PULI.IN. 181 Nrnad »L_
TTT|W>»OW Ul.kHH.-K complete a*eertmenl of all site* *f
” French Window Glass, Putty. White Lead, Colors, Ac., far
W. PCTRMON (cb . Pcuggiec.
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