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■ l un fm | dAS. 8. DCTCY, 7V. | W. 8. IMiOAAey 0» »aiTT*l O# AUniAtWR. WILLIAM & DONNAN.CWttAa. k^. ■ a••in w GUIRKOOI, l 1 l. Btvnn, wS W mSmSST; Ijf™ * CWWBHAW. WILLIAM 8CU. gjjffggy ' LCTk&KB LIBBY, _JAMg L. ttlDDICB. J*" ‘ .JT&, u£-i CS Bruit, New York, Galway May *4 Pu.ton, New York. Baeio, May M Kangaroo, New York. Urerpool Mjy 88 luropa, BoaOon, Urerpool May M Perata, Now York, Liverpool, Jon# 8 Arabia, 8(0100, Liverpool, Jone 1* Br.m-n, New York. Bremen. Ju“* 15 non arnora. Illtftiur/h, Urerpool Ji~To,k’ 2^ ! Anglo »* ion, Liverpool, G««b«'( Adriatic, Sooth am plon. New York, May » Bayarla, Southampton, New York, May U Per.ia, Urerpool New York, May J Bromeo. Southampton, New York, Paluiloe, Liverpool, tjuebee. May j Hloyr, UrerpooL New York, May 18 Pnacnln, Southampton, New York, Arabia, * Lieerpool 18 Vanderbilt, Southampton, New York, Prince Albert, GoN*y, Now York, Noeo Sootlan, Urerpool, Guebee, May M C of BalGmote, Urerpool, 2*1 M I,""; iS» SSKa ARRIVALS AT HUNCim HOTELS 1 \i II UWIMW AND II % L l. * M l> IIOI tl JOHN P. A THOMAS L BALLARD, Proprietor*. July 8th, lXto. Daa’I Hatcher A Lady, Fuwhat'nW S Burt, Cabin Point Mh* Lyon, Pulaakl T UcLardoon, wife, daughter and H 8 Jone., Kin aerrant. G* Mim M* la MephaB, Charlotte 8 Sounder., v* Mint Jrnnle M.phaU. do Mlm Sauudora, d» M.„ K tuiSodone, ataanton Mim P * .under., do Mr. M A Polkea, Nottoway k Taylor, do • iFnltra du WTnylor, do . IP Ingraham, do Wm » Bary, wlfc, child and 8kr 8 Higgioa, N O rant MUt U C Born*., N Y MU. Boadey, Ala 8 Cheater, SUunion Ml-, flam, do A D Bant., W*»hlu*too 8 W Keeody, do T S Young, Broil*) irani*, Y* J W Powell, lady and torrvt, N 0 V* 0 Yt-uiijc, do H H Jacobs, CId hum A H Goodrich, V* C 8 Shorter unp 8 torn*, G* P L Wrewn. do Mlm Pcrayth, *lo Wm Old, du MU* llargro.eo, d M Neblett, do Mr* Brice. do U P U, odorant, du J 8 Thompaon, and wife, S C W 8 rod, woo<L do W K Thompaon, do 8 PI tod. King A Queen Mlm M 1 hompaon, do MimMBOok, do MU. Alwor, do K Saundera, do Mim L Podmora, Ln A Wloil, Utoactater, V* SB Vain and daughter, 8C P 8 Peon. do ll Klee, *» H W tenable, do Attain, do W R Berkley, do W 8 Pettigrew, N C R Berkley, do Mlm M II Pettigrew, do I Praarr, 8 C Jfcu A B 8 Pettigrew, do K Tall gand, 8 O Jpornea, do J D Harkina, I'nfvaraBy, Ya 81 Wickham, T* P Thurntoo, wife and nephew, doj W Veruon, N O J T.Bray, do » W Moraan. city 0 A Char.cey, Chef City B Kitting N Y i. D Nil ho loon, Middlesex W W Wacdridre. Ya 8 Woddllt, Jr, Staunton A Bwathm-r, do W K Wiliaon, V* T 8 Goaihmry, Boatoo J 8 Slrail, do 8 Taylor, New York SC Schuler, . do 8 T Nile*. Waahlngtoa W 8 Buckingham, B.l'o • J Harkhurat, N Y W 11 p Lee, New Kent C WLley, Balto 1 K B>1 d. V* Wm • lLpkina, Jo Wm Bain, do K Lee Townaend. N Y W P Underwood, Surry CM Hoadunuu. t a W Green A wl(Jj and 3 aerria N CDr B nduraru. do Min B Currier, N C Cnry 0 Cock, do P w Wyman, MU* T 8 trxyle aid laughter, do W Galt, V* Mr* 8 8 Ayr-., do t vbi -Inil' n vi eh, JOSRPU a CRRNSIII*. Pr prletor. July S. l-S* Wm O-cyory. Kg Wm Htl» Bowie*. I,oul*» j H wN'te iinurut 8 r (’uk*», y**M W N *U«. S C ll W J Pea..1etuQ nod lUuyhi.r M :a T Al'penos, Vlu Loubu M-* " T Apperwn, 1J0 Ml** Lucy Puine, dt Wm T Murrey, Line.'.bury Gtw Nun to \VU.won, do Jua Jonklxt, furmii.t* Mu* 41* *i *1 o, do nb Phuup Oi*terSeld Mr* Ju * Win*ion, da WXtOaiy.Vh G W V-egl-. R4 » R R R A W I ark Lexington Ju* T R.yould*noil ludy. Rock J W dice, do Ingham C k*M, v vla R R Prex'or, XlexsnJrl* Wm Old! Sr. Powhatan Jno Benin, Petersburg W H Proctor, Pr Geo T 1> Wemuek, Bucklnxhum a lluwkln*. Cl e* • r field w J To'er, Ixr chba-s J C Btidwin, Churloitu Goo w Bllwh -r, P B Locie A A Bx-h-Ulc. Jr, UulfU Jone* 4 C Mow, how Ark W S Thomtin, Suooex Be M t Andrea*. - unox or Mloo X’ w Ptlncr. do K K Noahs, ■ oul*a Mis* Lx R Thornton, do Ml-* N B Anderson, do Chpt Prl chord, utr Geo Pe» M T Anderson, do boity I. A Boul-i, do Jnx A Rigor*. Ur H Rohcil Jm J Connor, R Amend W M Two, N C Chux w sp c»r Peterxr ury W J GUIs, Lual*a W T Smith, Gordon* Tide JIT. mil-too, do *lr> K dale, do D.- Buckner, do nu'dwlx, Chur lotto T 4 Curtis, do 11 C lied. Grunge 8 B Sabi -It, P iwhWun W Houldiu, Jr, ChnitoU# W 8 Sublet!, do R Samuel. 1'urv.lno W Bouldhi, Sr, Chnrlvlte F B Segtr, Kg A ||0 Col Swan, Mv Bun 1 Normunt. Rg Wm Mr* Swxu, do t G Moore, Sus-ox Mr* Sunn, do W ' CUntoh, do Mi** Strutti n. do It rwuliey, do ML Awln loJht BTSle'ye, do A C.l *. 8u kiig^n* J S Cuipwpper, PorGmoulh RUN I’un [■_sr*l| CuRdSnc 5 T Burton, do W Cnrrr, \ a * * * J M Goo >y, Hunoxer Col A M Truri.Iexn. <*d W C Moody, do H W Joh.utn Loo I u * . S Sotberl* I, S Y . K W Weeks. l’-ter*burf * f XI Sl -pre.-d Alu B B Lacw. Geo N XL ho*oon Worrer, >' C B 11 Goeue.l, Hollo | • X. HlEAMMlir KSAROEK, ufiBL I . ll R SKA 1 i.'KK — ftie Meaner Rnanoko, SmHu t'*pt Geo. A. t>ouc\ will !.-ure hri ut T o’ck't k, A. xi., Mondny morality, the S:t inti Rx. ur*ti>nGrkeu issued to go und return by either of the otcxru ro, stole room* und tccub iiie.uded, for ti e sen low price of Sl.V fuisuge to N-o York, nesli und stxteroom loc uded, $!i>. Meurugo puuruge #\ Pxosige to Norfolk some us by the 11 set K»U freight received to lay. Saturday. Consignee are repeated to Mint fur It Hr <h»c • it day. jfrng* I for Muatoa laacu at moderate rai-e and fo war d-d with dwptklL 11 Irti and berths secured at our «N • or on hoard the ship I I ‘I AM V W ■ V- K PHIL.IPRLPHM.-The AN© l eltaiuab p Vim.IMA, C :»t J t: Kct.ty, 1* im»w ready to rece.ve I - *at, and will leave «*n >1 ” ’ay, U»** Yth Inst. at '♦ o c ©ck A. !W. T*.r freight or paeM<r~, fat lag acc un o.ut.ou, apply to the C % ; ->u board, or *. • C P CARDOZA, A<«rut, B.y* keite, er 100 Main at., Iroa • to. » P. *. Baton freight taken through by steam at reduced rate*, and wit), despatch._ jy 7—it 1VOK M % LTI NOKK. -Th*» •* earner GKO. . Kk t Bu|» f, Captain hkb<t rrl-chard, a dire- JmSrmfBBE crU » fhtiiM to day, iFRIDAY,) and op to «h- hoar of li .*« uZ W M SATURDAY, the hour of d *partur* Tre’sht taken to Be *)an »la Jidtlaes at low rat>» wi h iff-ater dlapatch raas«ii<«ra mi 1 l*«. a*«* he c n b>ar«i hefore tha ab »*e adve-ibed hoar of departure. Tit k*t« procured either at oar office, in Bh*-*k»c ^llp, «r »i stt-am • • x « jyd—11 DAT I 1 WM CUftKIR ItOH VKU YOKR.-V ■ Lja i.at- ns*» ion • r P«* (ers —Tie saperior fs» tading S. h N*ner ‘ (ULlIilO," Capt. AieiaoJer talth, hav.ng a P rtion of hor cargo e* gi/ d and going un 6>ard, will have quick dwupatxrtL Tor balance ©.* freigtl, apply I • DAVID A Wi| rr*Rir. POK BOSTON -MUST l MSSL'L-7h* regular ML Packet sc r , HKSTbKV Capt. A. N.* ktVMB, having Jj£j£ a porU'-n uf he r carg > engaged and gull.* ‘ u board, wtU have quick dapatch. Tor balauca of freight, apply to 7^7 d a wm currir I^Xi'CRlIDI TO win POINT, - _ u/T~a 4 »*•>■♦ T> A« l rIf AND NokfOLK Th-ik a"j- JBEmHIK er URTI-t HhOK, Capt. L C. Gifford, lilted up in a Drat • yl- !rr tj 4ht travel,will make a^ Kvcurdoa U> the al».»ve place* on BATl’R ») a Y KVKMSt: next, a^-J icai , (and regularly every BA*tJRDAY AVtNING thereafter, durlag ‘he watering soason,» lesvingth <* irf at R.K'ketit at i o'clock P. M , arrive at O d IMnt abnut li »t. ?k, theuee to Purtemjulh and Norfu k. and return the neat wveumg SUNDAY), leading N-.rfolk at 5 «’c cck. touch at Port* a »«th an i Old Point, gad arrive at blchwoad about 1 o’clock A • W , Monday morning. ftAstci for th- trip, to O' I Poiat, Norfolk and PorUmooth, an*. aeaU Inc.Vled |fl Ttf-tf R O HAFKINB. 9(.«nU< M HLUlLh « •» THE >KVV YORK AIP YIRui.m tfrSUMMP COMPANY. FJ11IK ROANOKE. Capt Couch, ha»ia« rm-ucl her A r:p» a-*aln. *h*» tlircc steamships cootpiUmg this 2atllk Cup wil! rtia at follows, via. Th • TOIKTuWN, Cspl, Pariah. I "•ring Richmond for New i V, * p\«rj Tu-a Ur alWruoon at 4 o'clock , rfr J AMEJtTOWN, Capi. Blunacff, cvary Friday afternoon at 4 1 (.ciaoli The ROANOKK every M.nday morning at the hoar named in Bstur lay • na»»er. K*. ur^oti ticket* taaoed by theae sl>:uners for th* rcund trip for mcalt and state- :<k>w s< < otnmotiatioa* Included in this charge Pa *a«e to New York only fltf, and no charge for metb and •later,ton accommodationi. rtuac at earner* *u>n at Norfolk going and returning. ^ land anil archive paaoengt r*. TPIHtH^wm CiiniS" u> - .i. . > 1 \HM RIVER r>>R OLD POIN r. PDKIS- mEMlMk nor TH, AND NORFOLE —Tr.c Nnncrt ULAN C<>Vh .ml CC 1 Tl- PECK, have b«ca put In Erst rats order, and wlU run to lh. shore plscro. Hi. OLEN COVE, Capt Win F Carter, will leave ttt wharf a' R..«*etT regularly erery MONDAY. WKDNaPDAY and KSID.Al ■nor abuse at J o'clock, precisely, and return each alternate day. esoept Ruodve, l*avlog the wharf at NORgOLK at the came hour t. oVl«:k A M , an 1 touch al all the regular land uga on tha liver g vtng vnd returning. rti - CORK PICK, Capt Z 0. OiRxd, being neatly Riled ui with berths, w l leave hu whtif al RoeketU .very SAI t'dDa > evening at * o'clock, had r*«u n, leaving the wharf at NORFOLb *v-ry hC^DAY evening at S o’ oek, aal regularly every TI ES DtY and THURSDAY evening,, al I o'clock, and return each al leroale day, at the tamo hour, 4 t’tl vt (luiugdown, the Curt la Peck w I! to.., h at City Point, Wllcox'l Oareoaout, Uror# Wharf, Old Point, Porismoct and Nor'oik - Kr'airiiiagjWortamouib, Old Point, Rock Wharf, Qfoec, Dillard », t liinuoat, WlUeoxg, City Point, and irrlve at Richmond about 1 a clock, Monday morning. Ptoaage h r tho Saturday trip, and return next (Tuning, men'. In lu t«J, Rt S'. Pamar* o ■ regular trtpc, either boat, to Old Point, PorUmoutl, or Norfolk, SL MeaM- equal to any given on any boat—SO cent, ao.-h • f r Freight taken aa uauaL i-il - tf_____E. O, WASKIXS. fllHE ... *-- Iflfk 1 SrKAMSMIP COMPaNT, compoavd of trvuUaXlat gtea-uahtps, are now running regularly between the above port,, freight shipped to Savannah, or the Interior of th* Stale* • t Georgia and Alabama, by Railroad from Savannah, will hats pr .mpt attention. T. a BELT, Tv., A grot, 15—tf Baltlmoru I'OLl'MBli HOUSE, Cape Island, Cape May, N. .1. rflillh large first class llotol will k* open for tie reception of A gu-vts on gflah June, IS*!. The H.iam hag Seva completely repaired and re furnished, h now Cooking.Range, Owns, Rksa Sot ers and every modert Improvement added. Extensive STaULINu attached to lh* pram AM letter* addrcsvgd to th* subscriber*. Cap* Island, Nvw Jer gey, will b* promptly attended to. LAIRD * ll UOLM AN. • Jtsw H Laisn. late proprietor franklin Mouse, Philadelphia - R B Wouaaax, 'ormcrty proprietor Mount Virsm Motel. Cap, Ivlaad. ___ Rlt-dto irKHIVE A VRRYAIPEHIOK LOT OT GEN rivR Havana CIGARS on hand Of Ms Figaro and Am ro ll,ut<to hran-to. These cigar* are equal to say tree Imrorted Prlew 17V pgr l.MOS. JAS a PRARCR * CO., maIR RDruggtstg. earsee »th and w>"»d a*.—n wt-h-rnd. KRKP COOL !—Thecelebrated unexcelled -UHaLLs.Nua REFRIGERATOR with Md* rent] la tor Wator Coder*, vaH tu< gSe* and patter*, lew Pitcher*, all aim** and pattern*. Mae aer’a patent “ Rr* minus'* Ice Orvam Frecsers, and a variety gl other kind*, tor sale al reduced price*. WweuM ptrWeular attention to th* justly celebrated " CUAL I.K vote REFRIGERATOR. coraldering It th* beat article ever of frond R,r tal > In this place, and ther> fore recommend It with o*nR drome. Anotherswoply just received, g few only of which are aa enjhgwi. Persons In want of lh* above, are requested to call and v «taring before purchgglsg sisgwhsre __ G. A A. BARG AMIN, Jk., -« — RIT Main ,«t, Ri. bnrond. To, WWALlteni PtHK noCNTRIZ *«» . WHUKY.forsalehp jyt-dln WM WALLACE SONS DLAI K UPACACMTB-Of SUk and Isn.n hoU* II m*R -Ade. lathioasoiy cU. ch«p^ ||m , „ UR MaIa RUsvt, AYER’S CATHARTIC PILT.S. Are yon sick, feeble, and com planting Are too out of onler, with your system deranged, anti your feeling* uucomRirtable! Ji These symptom* an- often the preluite to st rious illness. Some I ’ #t of sirknes* la rreeping u|nin 1 vou, and akslM 1*' a\erted by a timely use of the right remedy. Take Acer’s 1111s, and cleanse out the ill "ordered humors — pu rtfV the blood, ami let the fluids move ou unobstructed hi lieulth again. They stimulate the fttne • ) til ms of the hodv Into v igoroua activity, purify the sysl.au front the obstruction* which make disease. A cold settles some -aw- where in the btsly. and obstructs Its natural fttnerion*. Theae, if not relieved, reset u|xm them*. Ives anti the surrounding organ*. produdV ««» er.tl a •grnvaftou, suffering, anti disease. \\ bile la thin n.iidition. oppressed by the derangements, take Ayer a 1111*. and sec how directly they restore the natural ats ti.ni or the system, and with it the buoyant feeling of health again. ' What is true and so apparent In this tri' ial and common eomplaint, I* also true In many of the deep seated anti dangerous distemper* The same purgative eff et expels them, raustsl by similar ottstructl.m* amt deraagemeut* of the natural function* of the body, they an- rapidly, ami many of them surely, cured by the same nt diii. Son** who know tin* virtu*** of ih***«% nlU. *111 to employ them when nafferiuj; (n>ai the al»or ^Ma'te mmis' from lending physician* in some of the principal eitUs, and from other well known public per M>U« From a Ebnntnliny Merchant of St. louis, ft*. 4, WM. l>n. Aver: Your 1111* are the paragon of all that la gnat in medirtne They have eurtsl my little tUnghler of ulrerou* »**rv* ujxm her h.tu«!» «>nl that h**I pro* etl iururuble for years. Her mother lias been long griev ously aiHs-t.sl with btotehes anti punple* on her skiu and iu her hair. After onr child was cured, «he also tried ,o«r mUn,«» ! they have curvsl ber.^ MOR(.RlDGE. As a Family Physic. From Or. E. IT. Curtirrtyht, Xew Orleans. Your 1111* an* the prince of purge*. Their excellent sii dines surpass auv cathartic we posses*. They are mild, but very certain and effectual In their action on the bowels, which makes them luvmluablc to ns in the daily treatment of disease. Headache, Sick Headache, Fonl Stomach. From Or. Eduard Boyd, Baltimort. Hear Biiu. Aver: 1 cannot answer you irhnt eom nlttiul* I have rten-d with your 1111* better than to say all Ciol ire . err treat irith ajmryatiremedieiae. I place er. it dns-ndenre on an . ff.s-tuul eatiiartlo in my dally coldest with di- ase, ami belt y lug a- I do that your Pills afford us the best we have. I of course value them highly. PittsM’Ri:, Pa.. May 1,IMS. 1 m. J. C. Atkr. Sir: I have been repeatedly eurtsl of the wont headache auv body call have, by a dose or two of vour nils. It serins to arise from a foul stomach, which they cleanse at once. r Yours with great respect, EH. h. PKEIJIfri, * Clerk of Steamer (ftirion. Bilious Disorders — I-lyer (tuapUluU. From Or. Theodore Bell,o/Xeir York City. Not only are vour Pills admirably adapted to their pur oosc a* an am rieut. but I And their beuctiuul effects upon thTUver very marked indeed- They have in my prats tirt pn.vctl more elTectual Tor the cure of lah.au cam via‘all than any one remedy ’ can mention. 1 sincerely fvj. tc • that we llavc at length a purgative whi h is wor thy the cuniMrucc or the profession ami the people. 1>EI*VRTMKXT Off THE IXTERIOR, Wo*hiugtou, IK C.» Ttli Keb., IMA Sin : I have u uni vour 1111* In my gt uentl and Ipt.pital praei i.v ever -in.- you made tli.-m.sud tlo uot lit -date to , i. they arv tie best estliartle we employ. Their regu lating action <>u tin liver i* tjuiek ami decided, emise qu, ,. ■ <, th* v arc- an atimimlde reuunly hr derangements .. . • .. i i h...... .in timud a e:uu- of 6,7, ,/, vr.,<r *.j oh'tiuatv' that it Ui«l m»t rvadilv vk Ul to than Era., really your,. ALONZO HALL, M. !>.. I‘ky '*CA4in of th*. Murtue Ho*pitaI. D> «ratrr>. Dlarrli«ri%, Relax, Worrni. from Dr. J. G. Grten, of Chi ago. k oar PU1* have had • hum trial iu ray practice, and I hold tin in iu e*t.vui a* otic of the bc*t upcricut* l have ever fouud. Th. ir alt. rathe cWvct upon the liver niaUa them iu excellent remedy, wh»m given lu>mall down fbr 6,,, ,uj tty.** nt, rf om! ili irrkfti. Their nu^ir-.uxtiujf make- them very kv. puble aud couvcuK-ut lor the u*e of wiKUt'U and children. l>)«prp«ia, Imparity of the Blood. Prom Itrr. J. I. Him**, Fustorof Adrrnt Chunk, Dost on. l»R. AYKR: 1 have u*ed your PilU with extraordinary iiicv' . in uiv family and aiiioug thoae I amcalleil to vi*it iu «IUtn »a. To nr-ulate the organ* of »li-.-tn*n and purify the blood, th* v are the very beat remedy I have es.-c ltuowu, aud 1 eiin eoutideutiy nvoraue ml them to ay friend*. Your*, J- '• HIMKS. Wirsvw, Wyoming Co., V. Y.. O»*t .*». Ivi. I)k \u Siu : I am u-iug vour t'athartie Pill- in my prac tits-, awl It ii-1 th. in »u rxcclhut liirvuln r to dean* the I’urulysl*. Kit., etc. • Fra* hr. J. !'■ I atajkn, Man!real, Canada. • Too modi caunot !«• will ofyour Pills for tlic cure of nutirrn. w ll olln-rs of our fraternity have found them «S . «eai'ioi"ts as I li ne, they should join me iu proclaim in • it lor tits* Is iictti of ihe multitude. wl*> sulfer from ,i~, r,iti.id out, win h. although hid enough In Itself. ia • I., oro nor of utluT that are worse. 1 la-lime nit ffl't*, ■ -TliCori :not.' in the urer. but your Ihllsaifect that Ota ut and cure tin* diss-use. JtVatrfJfr*- K. Shan't, Fkfoirinn and Mil,rift, Rattan. T U" 1 0'i'; «t two J.ir^e ‘loses of your I‘ills- taken at the Virv;s*T time, are exn’llcit pi.imotit., of the natural '■d/Vio/t when wholly or part tally suppressed, and also ii rv . ir.arfual to cliuuc U'O •t-m.i.'k and rr,.l m.rmt. TI,.V an "I'niuCll th« Uvl I'hj sle we hate that I recoin no ml HO Other to tny* patients. AVOW tkr Itrr. hr. thirty, nftkr Shtknditt Rpi*. I'bm-k l*t i t kl lloi'sE, Sakunttali, lla., Jan. rt, Ksk tlosi.m.i' Mi 1 should t»' ni,_,rahlul (-r Ihe relief \ mr-kill Inis broil;lit lie- It I dl l nut re]airt uiv ease to v»u \ cold o.tth-l i i ray limit* ami hroughl on* x ere. i ,t’in-‘- «. ■ . V •- « l‘ieh . ndisl iu . kraut- rhm Ni.tiiilh-li !n:.; 1 had I lie l«--t of pliy-leiana. the di-uose -n-w Ivor ni l worse, until bv the ilduce of vour • \.s lie I a nl Ii If.Illinois', t'r. M lekeuah. I It Hal Vour IHta. rti. it d ais wete alow. hut sure. liv per iu t. rin m Ihe u-e ot tlp-iii, I I.ut now entirely well, si s \ti. i ll \viit11:. Patou Kon^e, l.a.,Ik e.. lvVn • i u. wir.. 1 have lasu elitmU eureil. by your Pills, of ■ ... ■'< lusd—a Isilnful disease that had ml etisi Ml. ... I. ir-. VINCENT M.lllKUo fr r Mo-t of-the Pills in market contain Mercury, wlii li allboMoh a valuable remedy ill sktlul balms, is dan . roil* Tn “llutills MHJJVipn th dreadful isms. Mtn-mss. that fn fj'ui’Ttiiy follow ilsahon^hius n-e. flics.- isjntam ■W im reu^ylur mineral .siibspiitre wiiub ver. l*nce, 25’conta'.por. BoX)'Or 5 Bore* for SI. Preoar ;<1 by Dr. J. C. AYES in CO , Lowell. Mas*. Reid, Wholwair *n>l Irtalr, by Pl'ROKLL, LADD i CO., Rich mond, Va . * * R.VK-S k CO.. Prtrrshnrg ; J M. dTAY, Lynch atirg . wit by all 'Iruk’idats an»l merchants atil, soufcc l,R£Vr M'l M1LK-N HAT VNU l IP MvM KAlTORV. .lOl IN DOOLKY, 81 VAIN STKKKT, KICHNIOND, VA., MAtfL'KACTCRER AND PKALER IN Et'K, STRAW, LEGHORN, PANAMA, .SOPT, AND .MOLESKIN MUCUS HATS. IHAVK new ready my Spring Hock of Hat*, Capa, and Mraw Good*, to wldch I would In vite the attention of the merchant* ul Virginia, North Carolina and Tcnnc**ee, confident of my ability to tot'i'ly the " with avcrythlng tl.cy may want in my lt&«, on a* goo-! term* a* they can be procured In any market In the country “ My Hock will he kept cvna'iuiGy full, by the addition or anything that I* new or de»lrable Having greatly Increas'd my manurac taring facilities, many deHrable style* will be of my own manufac ture. My Slack Moleakln Hat to Hill In ihe front rank, and U equal II not miperiur to anything produced In the country. u, amortment of Boss’. Misaca and Chlblren s Richly Trimmed .1 . . s r .11 .k- I alwl.ai.f Hral.l gml l.TlfhoPU. CRQ not be n<tUdL . , , „ . . Id Military Goo*l», I can furnish anythin* required. My stock >f the various qualities of Array u Regulation " Hats, Is very com idete, ard any of the ilflfcrcnt styles of UaUor Caps made to order g^bort notice. __ JOHN D«OLKT. 11ST RECEIVER! T1IK Greatest Wonder of the Age. 4. THE PATENT SWEAT PROOF SOFT RATS.” Also, »U the Latest Style* of Gents, Yeung Gents, Youth* snd Hoys' Spring snd *ummrr HATS AND CAPS. ELLETT A Wn-IGTR, „T, No. U; Main 8L_ To the isatlies. Jl IT OPENED, all the latent sta les or MISSES, CUanRENS AND INFANTS' LEUHORR, FLOKENTINE, And oth., Braids. Trimmed snd -•*«■*„ , WKWOrR< He 16? Main Bi. EOH RPHINO AND SUMMED. ^ 111 A VI In store snd for sale, on the most accommodating terms, a Drm rate sssottraent of Hats, adspted to the present and ap uroachln* leowi, as follows: ...... Soft Felts, of every variety of shape ard colour, that has been produced. Moleskin Hat*, of the latest sty Us Pearl Cannmeres, do. do. Drab Heavers do. do. Panama Hats Leghorn Hat*,’of White. Brown, and Tea Color Italian *o*l Pedal-. Braids FsvaUBrslU _ While ana Cal'd German Straw Braids Children'* Straw Cap* Children'* Leghorn Hats Men’s Boys and Children's Palm Leaf Hat*. bj8 JOHN THOMPSON, ST Main *t. ■ TIIVC J4PAMKMK fM CUNCEHAT. JIST RECEIVED AT "SMAIN STREET, THE J.4I»4»*AVi:»E OITCEHAT. •oasnusu sis aid liq»t FOK Till: SlEASOS, NluswIo Blnford,rDlck!Mon k W*lsi|«r_ WOERNOMNETKII BAND *'S'M PANT, Hsarreuu, CosKsawicer. iranofscturc work's patent oi» imeter carriage band* shlch are durable, cheap, and •flldent, m asurin* eith unerring accuracy any distance pas*ed over i>y the veblcie to which they are attached The*e ■ atra fli.lshed Band* cost but a tritle more than Inferior Ban 1* etthoul the Odometer. P. 8. -flood, reltsble Agents, wunted 1* uU purls of Ihe country, nous* tend lor circa Inn. __myHV—«m Galvanized pi mp chain— Chain Pump Flsture* Well Chuln und Wheel* for suit cheap, by CLARKSON * ANDERSON, j,U __No. 1M Milo »L BRADYS PUBLISHING HOUSE. HEW BOOKS Jl'ST ISSUED. rrwil TRIVOH; or, The Duke's Victim. IjO.W.E Li RaTuoLMt Pries SO cents. Put Lire I or, Memoirs of the Marquis of Waterford. Price IS cents. Iiyosc »r thr Sobs of Malta. “ 11 “ The CM* Toiler D’Hormtculal. By A. Dm is. Pries SO cents Pern mime’s Every Mothors' Hook » Do ■«» Istyonr Ohlld Din. Price IS cents. Medalled, free of postage, on receipt of pries. The Welcome* (.meet, u arsuclate Family Monthly News mper. Issued at the low nte of Tusstt-Fits Cut. a Yus*. Bend ‘qp | apecimea. j^r“ Brady 'a Mammoth Catalogue of all the b«*t books sent rs* of poslags. f RID ERIC A BRADY, Publisher, i4 Ann Struct, New York. wawUd.__ New no. s medium ■trKMBi. IS bbln Boston InipecUon, In ,tsm 1IM bbls. to arris* For sale by ivf-dlw WM W^LLACI SONS. ua^Jri«i*.n naiul I I 6 ^ The enlerprlnlug proprietor of C1IBSTNGT OKUVK WHIIKT... . (The Fured Medicinal Agent erer known,) hoi fuliitobed community a .timuient, pare, healthful and tarigorallag, a«ne time a mild delklou. beverage- It to cakulaUd to do »»y with the vile drugged .tuff that I. 1°» aTlllton loX“r«h and which to Injurloui to hotly and mind, la tddUh "_AT< A0W. Scale, beneath, he haa received a Diploma from the STAT* A«w CULTURAL SOCIETY, and additional tyllmony from Dr. Jack»n, of Boatou, who leatiflca under oath lo lla abaolute purl y. CIRTIFICATB8. # 0 1QM IhiiLAWBJtnA, Bept •, w, t.A_. papoftoii* letted the tamule of Chestnut Gross ,.T;,.t « «d l!!fd S?it l« conUl« non. of Um^tooB.-^ (luce known u Fu.il Oil, width I. the choractertoUc and Injurloui Ingredient ,f the Whtoky. In QKtUT A CAMAC, Analytl.al Chemtot*. Maw Yoak, BepL 8,1988. I have analvaed a (ample of Oholnul drove Whtoky, received imS.cSKwhSK. Jr., fullr tettad It. I am plwased to state that it is enUrely fSLSSSrVlSM- aubataocea. It to an^nuaual yjurt and K. •*"«<• tuollt, uf whtoky. JA^£u°eSl St BohtuS, March T, 1^69. I have made a chemical analyito of commeKlal »»pplea offChert nut Grove Whtoky, which proven lo he free from the heavy Fhtall Oils and per (ectly pure and unadulterated. The fine IJavur o Utto Whtoky to derfved from the Grntaued In h‘" ' Reapcctfully, A- A. . h. a WHARTON, JR., For tale by go), principal Agent. jaSS-fim No, 118 Walnut Street, Philadelphia. PttffiWK? SS'i&SSJSWf^—, PUTTING IN WHEAT.—Believing that I In iuj NEW PLOW the beat Idow in u(c, m tke thlv offer to the Parmer*' and Planter! 1 will furntoh Imen w.th the*. Implement!,and If they are not better than thojoUtey now h.ve they can return them to me after trying them, free of charf# ST-yreah .upply of MpM^g-L g, Mlln )rW 8 doom above St.Charlei Hotel. SASH, BLINDS AND DOCKS. SAWING AND TURNING. THE Oldeet Eatabllahment In Richmond, where may be be hac the above article., »» per/octotm, at the ahorteet “"I1'* Being confident of giving entire .attofacUon, the .uUcr ber K.ll c^thelr call donnan A CO., Commission Merchants, SHOCKOE BLIP, Richmond, Vlrglnln, CONTINUE to give particular attention to the tale of Tobneeo, Wheat. Corn, Cotton or other country produce, coim.gnmento nf which are reapecifUily solicited._Ja24 dihn JAB. M GOGGIN. D. 0. TRADER, Formerly of Virginia MemphU Forraeriy ol Virginia uktill.TRADKK A IIOI.T, COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTORS, Grot ere. Receiving, Forwarding nn* O omin ission Morchants, HIemphte, IV n n_ VIKUINIA ri’umyg tVli LUBRICATIN'!* COAL 0IL8. THE AREA? KANAWIIA COAL AND OIL COMPANY, "Consisting ol x mvs ana or non own »tsv*, ' has appointed as Agents (or the sale of their justly celebrated BURNING AND LUBRICATING COAL OILS, the quality of which Is warranted eras and rN»PCLTsa*Tan. We invite the attention of Apothecaries and Dealers throughout th- State to our supply, which will be large and sold by trWesuZe -JS-Jf* r*Cl°rJ prlcrt- QOOCH k ECHOUL VALI ABLE PIPKOVUFE.Vr. LEATHER can be thoroughly tanned without the use ol bark. In any form whatever, and at a sav ng of more than two hundred per cent, in the price of material*, and la one-twelfth the lime re quired by the old process. It will be tested by experiment, and shown to any who feel Inter ested in the subject. Uesvv Hides will be tanned in from SO to 80 day*. Light'Hides In from 10 to IS days. Kip or Calf Skins In from 8 to 8 days. Duck, sheep, Uog or Goal Skins, in one day. ... . By this process, a belter article of Leather is made, being hear! er tougher, more Impervious to water, and a prettier article, in fact the old mode of tanning Is utterly Incapable of making sc giod an article of Leather, and I will submit It to the decision ol any competent Judges. ..... ■ One of the piInctple article* use-1 for tanning by thl* process, Is * common pistil, growlpgtpont»!ieou*ly overthr country, and any be obtained simply by rutting IL* Any person wish' ig to obtain an Interest In thl* process, which in .11 confidence I oler to U». public, Liberty, Bedford county, Va. febS—«m Proprietor. •See further nntlee In the Virginia Index.__ 1ANIT1ESTEK IRDA HOKkS, .South End of n*ro’> Bridge, Klrhmond, V». ROBERT BAUD, PROPRIETOR. I AM prepared to furnixh Flam anil Estimates, for the erection of flour. Grist sod Saw Mills, of the most approved construe lion. Steam Engines, both Portable and Stationary, Railroad work, Tobacco factory fixtures, la fact. Iron and Brass CASTINGS of every description. Haring a large collection of Patterns, I am prepared to AH or de s at short notice. I am al-o the only manufacturer In Virginia or the Improred Jonval Turbine Waterwheel, which has given entire satisfaction to those that have them In use. This wheel Is well adapted to tdgh and low heads, aod not adeeted by back wa ter. Apply atlhe works, or address ROBERT BAIRD, r Richmond, Va. 1 take this method of returning m j thanks to my friends and the pu'ellc for the liberal patronage bestowed on tne lor the last twelve gears and hnpr, by strict attention to buslu .-as, to merits contlno ““**■_ ROBERT BAIRD. RICHARDSON’S IRISH LINEN S, DAMASKS, DIAPERS, Ac. CONSUMERS of RICIIARDHONU LINKXN, and those desirous or obtaiuiutf the GKNL'IXK GOODS, sho i!«l sec that the artl ♦lea thrv purchase are sealed with Uie full name of the firm, J. N. KK IIAKD.MhM, HOXHli OWDCN, u a guarantee of the soundness and durability of the goo da. Thla caution la rendered eaaentlally necesstry, aa large .juantl Uea of inferior and defective Linen* are p epired. season altei season and iealed with the name of RICI1ARD80X, by Irish Ileuses, who regardless of the Ityury thus liltlrted alike on the Am« rican consumer and the manufacturer* of the genuine Good^ will not readily abandou a business so profitable, while purchasers can be lmpom.-d on -lib guods^f^wurtblni, .hAractcr.^,^ i#5Agents, *6 Church sUevt, New York. N O 11 I K OF ro-FAKfNKKXIIIP.-LOTHItK l.IBUY, of Richmond, and ABRAllAM BURTON, of Peters burr Va., hare formed a co-partnership, uud«?r the style of LIHIii A BlikTON, for the purpose of conducting* a Grocery, Nil Ip t'li audli r> and C-onsinlwalon Business* J1 the old stand of Luther Libby, coruer**h and AHKAil AM BURTON. Richmond, Feb. 16th, 1^60, f HAYt to offer my thanks to my friends and customers for for I mi-r liberal patronage, and to ask a continuance of the Mine to the new business of Lnisv A Bcirron. LLTIIER 1JBBT. Richmond, Feb. 1*. HUB._f”*—tf BKOWVI.VU, MOORE A. CO., AUCTIONEERS, FOR THE SALE OF NEGROES, Will glee their unil'ridrd attention to the ssle of Negroe*. office on Franklin, a few door* below W all street. BBT” Open for business on Monday, Feb. 8,1x60. JaSl—dactf____ E*eHANtsK HOTEL In prearntlng Gil* card to the public, we return many cordial thanks to onr generous patrons far the kindness we have received Utheir hands, and hope that the New Order of AHttlrw, th»t ..nr previous efforts so l labors to accommodate guests have mMessrs JOHN P and THOMAS R. BALLARD are now the Pro prietor! of the Establishment, and each one pledger himself lo ds whstl U.e comfort, convenience and requirement* of their gue*t« demand. ,, . Wr dnlrelo keep and maintain, what our liciji** call* for, a pI It ST' CLAIM HOTEL, and we promise to use renewed exertion* to reader the establishment a* comfortable os possible.— With polite agents, and ready, prompt mil attentive servantsi, we shall endeavor to afford complete satisfaction to the travelling ^N^B. A previous card, long since published to counteract the Influence of a baseless rumor. Is suffirlent proof that our establish ment has never been closed, and that, rince Us publication, we have beer in better condition to entertain vliltcrsUian (heretofore. All rumors as to closure, or Intended closure, we desire umjrunde to notice as false, and sfiMnyers, lulcndlng to visit us, as wilful <1 >Ugl ETTEXUEK A ED.VOilD, RICHMOND, VA., Hilldrrs of Portable and, Stationary engines, lAW-niLLI, RAILllfOAD WORK, *e. STEAM EIRE ENGINES, ^^x or tbs most Arrno tsd tlas sxn Matte In the Very Beat Wanner, Varrantot equal In every reepect to any </ the eame eieed Engine* huitt either North or Post, JaBB—dm LILLI E'S I at penetrable Chilled Iron riRE AMD BURGLAR-PROOP SAFES, (Secured with Lllllr’* patent Combination Powder ProotLocks, for ,alc by — 0. J. HINTON A 00., - Agents, Richmond. J»l«_~~_ HI LVEIi WAME, Of the richest and most elaborate character. Manufactured by eAMl'EL KIRK A HON, 172 Baltimore street, Baltimore, Md. (Katablished 1817—rebuilt lbM.) Hirer Tea and Dinner Services, BUver Pitchers and ttrn*. Silver Butter Coolers, Silver Walter*, Silver Spoons and Porks, ■And all other article* of Slver Ware, Watches, Pine Jewelry, Diamonds, Plated Ware, Cutlery, Ac., Ac. apll-dHtn .loin c. niiaVer a co„ drapers an*d tailors, EXCHANGE BUILDING, 144b STREET, RICHMOND, VA. Would respectfully call attention to their new stylea ef Spring and Summer Goods. mhl_____ Mules, nrlkm and houses.-i have iv— lust received, direct rrom Kentucky, a very choice AOlh md superior lot’of Keck. I have MULES weU *StoTlo Iron miur*. railroad purpose*, »treel *nd plantation use, *11 of .WchTSu’.ell, eich£>ge, break and deliver Inthe cltjorcouj. y O0 oaual aocummodaMmg form*, at Dari* A HutchUon *, *,nd- EDWIN WALKER. M. B. I hall he to receipt of treeh Stock, direct from Kentucky, very mouth. Enquire aa Shove. _A W, r..wq op WHISKEY, WARRANTED to O0 be M y ears old, and equal to any thing of the kind to bs found, for sale by __ M UBPINBD sr« A RS.-100 bbla Cut Loaf, Powdered and Granulated Sugars, to -ore tor sal. by^ A „„ TkLOWI! 1PLOWS ! 1 PLOWS!! '-NO PXCUBKPOK H GOING NORTH TO BUY PLOWS.-The sulwrriber make, ev Jrv rsrleiv of Plows known among Bouth.ru f.rmeri .nil planters, Sd K«mmends especially hi. S.uthen flene which use. three “ch v!n. nissa. *3* 4R" *»'* *> H#ui> '“•tawtd, Va. 1860. SPRING TRADE. 1860. DOGGET & ANDERSON, CORNER OF GOVERNOR AND FRANILIN STREET*., OPTER to their Mends snd ths P«'>,lc> » ,vock of Pr»noh sod American PAPKE HaNGIKGII, of the latcet elyle and deign, Ibr parlor,, chamber*, dining room, and halle. al.0 Floor andTalde Oil Clothe, all qoalllUee, white and cheek malting, coco malting, window ehadm of every description snd prise rurtaln goods, lac* and muslin curtains, cornice* and ban.!». curl id halr\ndm,ws hair, hair clolh and plushea for cover log Furniture, Sofa Springs, Lounges, feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillow*, hair, moss and shuck Matlresses, all of which wUl he sold citremely low for cash, or to punctual buyers, we are also prepar paper hanalog and uphototerlng, In the city or country promptly, by the beat workmen. Persons needing anything In ourTlne, will find It greatly to their advantage togtve ua a call and look at ouratock and prices before buying elsewhere._ ~ SASH, BLIND AND DOOR Manufactory, CORNER 7tm AND MAIN STREETS, RICHMOND, VA. MERCER <fc HILL ARK preparsd to supply, at the shorteet not ee, every descrip tion of work In I heir fine. Operating trith U.e moat approved machinery and the best quality of materials, they will war ant ^PeTone who are ritheHjuIldlnV'or repairing. me reepectMlly In vlted^oglvs^u ^ country will rteslve prompt attention. We purchese Glam at factory pricey and are enabled to turnleb Smh glased at the lowmt rates mkrciR A 111 LI.. SOEBBELER & SCHMIDT’S FIRST PREMIUM PATENT OVERSTRUNG PIANOS, WITH PCLL ■ RON FRAME BRACE, AC. THE 8UBA0RIIIKE having juet received a fine assortment of the above KMlUIKlTK INdlKL’MK.NTC; Invites the attention of the public to their Inspection. ga^H. veral good second hand Pianos for sale low. JOHN DUNDERDALE, 12th Street, opposite Bank S.reet, JelS—dSm _(Bel vtn's Building.) PIANO FORTES! t H GAI.K A CO , USe pleasure In Inviting the •\ . attention of Artlita, Ammons and the pub lie generally, to Uielr Naw ScaLsOvaasianso, Ian* TTTT1 fsaus Puso Pnaria', Just Introduced. The grow- J m If ■ Ing demand for Plan, Portes, of more than ordinary power and brilllun yof tone, directed our energiee to the production of euch en Instrument, we submit the result srlUiout fsar of competition. Our Pianos are all manufactured of the best well seasoned mate rials under our Immediate supervision, and are guaranteed to give entire satlrfaction whether ordered from ue direct, or told by any of our Agents throughout the country. We solicit a coutlnuauoc of that patronage which we have enjoyed for thHsit W^years apT-Sm 107 Raat 12ili Street, New York. UGHTE A BKADBURRV8 PIANOS. IITT CALL the attention of the cltlaeni of Rich >> mond, and Mrglnlu, to our Piano Portce . blcb^M we have placed with Mr. Carnal, that their qualities, In every respect, may be tested by the ride of the! I f I 11 famed Chlckerlng'a. We warrant all our Planoe, and can ehow as high and aa nume rous testimonials as any factory In the country. All of which can be seen at Mr. Caruri'a on Broad Street. Hd door from 9Ui ClIICKEIUNti PIANOS. 4 NEW and full supply of these splendid Instru A menu have been received. ' * ; In addition to the beautiful Hole de Nol*, thcClr- Wfmj ular Action, and the Grand, we have now the Bou-11 Y I I* loir, a beautiful instrument of an upright form. The Chickerlng* have received 8b flr»t prise medal*, all over re nowned competitor* and from first rank Institution* and fair* of America and of Europe. They have manufactured and iold more Pianos than any factory In the world. From the Chickeringe have emanated the beet and moet perma nent Improvements that have brought the Plano to IU prr*cot per feetlon; and by the great eaplUl they have Invested In manufac turing convenience*, they can well fully fifty percent, cheaper titan *oy otl.cr factory. None of their Initnimente leave the wareroom vlthout having been fully inspected by the beet artiste. A* this factory has never more than one agency In a elty, In Richmond the** Instrument* can only be cold by the subscriber. The factory warranU all Pianos we sell. Orders promptly at ended to. Wareroom*. north side of Broad street, near tth, and at HabBa ton A Brother's, No. lfi# Alain street. . malg NATH'I. CARUBI, Bole Agent OLD DOMINION IN8LHAMCB COMPANY Capital IViKi.ntm! (**,r fur the itrtfit 190 -V.tfn Strttl, m/uarr abtfrt IA* 7'totf' offee. This Company Is now prepared to receive applications for FIRE AN1) MARINE INBURANCKon favorable term*. Diairroab: Gab. Wortham, John H. Greanor, John Fnder*, Geo. B. Palmer, Baml M. Price, Wm 8. Triplett, B. F. Ladd, 8. C. Tardy, Jno. btewart Walker, Wm Currie, Lulher R. bpllman, Jas. R. Crenahaw, Peter C. Warwick, John H. Williams, Ja* & Kent, Mark Downey, Horace P. Edmond, Titos. Jones, Jas M. Talbot, Edwin A. Bmlth, Griffin B. Davenport, Ro. A. Paine, Geo W. Yancey, Ro. F. William*, Jo*. Brummel, Wm I* Ragland, Wm. Brent, llrmy C Cabell, Ro. II. Maurey, Geo. W. Royster. I8AAC DAVENPORT, Ja. President. Crus F. Wokthar, Bcc'y.__ mat?—tf INSURANCE COHI»ANY OF STATE OF VIRGINIA. OFFICE FII&NT POOH KANT OF Cl’MTOW UOL’rE AND POST OFNCK* M AIN STKkT, RICHMOND, VA. Capital *300,000. This Company are prepared to receive applications for FIRE and MARINE INSURANCE, on favorable leans. Also to guaran tee Negotiable Bilks. DIRECTORS. Wm. H. MscrsiLAan.Fre’st Farmers* Bank. A. Wabwick, firm of Warkwlck A ILirks.Ula. Wm O CaajMHAW, firm of Crenshaw A Oo. WaLLisuTi'JS Gonnia, firm of Goddin A Appersoo. T. W. MoCancx, firm of Dunlop, Moncure A Oo. 0 A. Baix-hdalx, firm of Warwick A Barksdale. Jams* II. Gwant, Tobacco Manufacturer. L. D. Cbenahaw, firm of llaxall, Crenshaw A Co. Johx L. Bacon, firm of Itacon A BaskcrviU. R. It. IIaxalj, firm of HaxaM, Crcnahav A Co. John CrxaiB.Ja , Shipowner. Wm. II. Wabwick, firm of Warwick A Barks lr.lo. Jas. Altkkd Joxw, Attorney at Law. C. C. Kt.Lh.Tf, Builder. T. G. Rt rriN, Agriculturist and Manufacturer. K W. MeGarpxa, firm of 8. .McGruJer’s Sons. W. W. Cat MP, Attorney at Lsw Ja*, DuxLor,firm of Dunlop, Itoncure A Co. BOLLING W. H AX ALL, Prudent 0. F. Baa-xt, Sec’y. WT- ly Fire lukurnun', .^lariiit* Insurance. THE VIRGINIA FIRE % MARINE INSURANCE fOMUANV# Ornox No. 181 Main 8thkit, Richmond, Va. CASH CAPITAL, #200,000. CHARTERED In lS39,and hiving,during it*ixi*tenceof twenty ilk years, met claims for Ins* to the extent cf largely over a MILLION OF DOLLARS, It refen to the history of tbs I sit as affording the very best guarantee for the future. Being a VIRGIN IA COMP ANY, It* profits .re distributed amongst her cltlsens, and Its Capital used to promote the soccees of her Ootnmtrcial and Mechanical Industry. .... By the long acquaintance of this Institution with the Insuring Public, It has become familiar with their Interest*, and no pain* will he spared, or Information withheld, on the part of Its Officer* that will tend to Insure accuracy and give satisfaction. To Farmers and Country Merchant* we can refer—from the very extensive country Insurance already iccured-tohighly respectable eitlsens In almost every portion cf the State. Applications for Fire or Marine Insurance, addreaaed to the President or Secretary, will receive prompt attention. W. U OOWARDIN, President. WILLIAM wiLun, , pccrrwy. __ Fire, Life an«l Marine InMirance. r|1HK RICHMOND FIRE ASSOCIATION with a cash capital and X surplus of nearly #250,000, !• prepared to Issue policies on tlie shove descriptions of risks on ss reasonable terms ts any similar Institution in the Stale, and rrapectlully a*k a share of tho patronage of the public. Application* will be reoelved at the of dee No. 15S noith east corner of Main and 11th streets, where the officers will cheerfully glee any information required. All losses promptly and liberally adjusted. DIRECTORS: Chit. T. Wortham, John H. Claiborne, Wm. 0. Tompkins, Robert M. Burton, John J. Wilson, Thos A. Rust, Alex. Garrett, Geo. N. Owathmey, John T. Sublet!, Frt J. Burnt. DAVID CURRIE, PretX Rtsbst A. Towrxrws, Bec’y. set* stw York life insurance company, MUTUAL SYSTEM. Capital $1,*00,000. ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS deposited with the Comptroller of the Slate of New York, and out of the handa of the Company to secure policy holders. Divipskps mips sxsttaLLV on a most Liberal Principle. Forty per cl of the premium on Life Policies, will be loaned the Insured when the premium eiceedt $50. Policies Issued and payable to the Insured on arriving at a ter rain aye, or lo the family of the Insured at death, should that event happen previously to arriving at that age. Endow E ent POU01 KB for children, granted on the most favor able terms. _ . .. Policies Issued at greatly reduced rales of premium, when the Insured prefers not to participate In the dividends. All losse, paid promptly and without litigation. We shall be pleased to have you call at »»'< and secure a poney In this old and reliable Company which comes before you endors ed by your own ctlU.au , w Ag.nU, Office 1»0, Main street, Few doors above Post Office. CHAR. I. WORTHAM, General Agent And Attorney for the Company la Ta. MEDICAL EXAMINERS: JAR H. OogwsT, M. D. 1 Ro. T. Couture, M. D. J mh.11 AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. $500,000! THE PLANTERS SAVINGS BANK, OF THE CITY OF RICHMOND. THE PLANTERS SAVING* BANK, havlsg an ample Oaah Cap Ital and <’h»rt«r«d b$ the Legislature $4 Virginia, will rec«v$ Depoaiteaof Five Dollars *nd upwMnli, on which Interest will be paid at the rate of Sis per centum per annum If remaining tlx months, or Five per centum per anwsm If less than six months. Interest payable Nrml-A mi list I Ijr, If desired. Depositee received at their office, at las store of Messrs. Duka A Hutcheson, No.40 Main Street. ___ , J. J. WILSON, president. A. A Huiostsss. Treasurer. mall—ly OLD DOMINIOr SAVINGS BANK, OF RICHMOND, (Vuirifrett by (As UtfUlotvrf of VirfffnUl. THIS INSTITUTION will receles DEPOSITS, on which an Inter est of tlx per cent per annum will bo paid on all sums remain ing longer than .Is months, and five per cent for a shorter time. Depot ts received at the Insurance office of Messrs. Woatuu A Wiitt, No. 1»0 Main tl, by the Taaatraxa, CHAR Y. MORRIS*, Dr.MmU. J OR P. SWORDS. StcrtUiry. CHAR EL WORTHAM, Treasure. DUKTUU : Chat Y. Morelia, jus. H. Conway, John Dooley. Ro H. Bother, Geo W. W illiams, J. B. McClelland, John O. Chiles, R. 0. Morrlss, Jno. F. Regnautt, P. H. Starke, Wm. Brent, ♦ Ro. J. Echols, • R. M. Ntmmo, A. I. Dickinson, Thos. J. SUrke, * Jos. P. Swords, Jos. F. Cottrell, • Wm. B. Pleasants, Bol. A. Myera, Jno. C. Bhafer, Wm. 0. Braseal, 3as. J Dornln. Wm. H. Maddox, Chaa. K. Wortham, gplT -d8m _ _ S' VtF-NKA LI1N« JA K*.-Theseason for preserelasfrufl I, at hand. T!.« question Is. h-iw can It best be done? We an swrr by n.lng the oeM*»ted WILLOUGHBY SELF-SKA UNO CAN. Tills Can la ootttnsctetl In the simplest manner possible. »nd can be und. retood by anybody In a momer t'.Uroe Call and eaamlwe tb,m at BTKBBINS A PI I.IASru. sm81 101 Broad street OSCOIKIHFRRIOR TOURVA BEAM AO bod Hu Cardamoms (MuUbai,) U bags Allsr Ice 18 bag* BWek P.pper 800 mats 0 nnsmon 8 bales doits For sals by _ jell WYB * W* WhoJtnuie DvagfWfo RAILROADS, iC. EXPBD1TIOOS, COMPOItTA HLK aan MOST ECONOMICAL ROUTE to HaPW Tin VIUQINIA SPRINGS, VU THE R'OHMO..D • luNVfLLlF, SOUTH-81 E, AND VIRGINIA k TENNESSEE RAILROADS AND OPPOSITION LINES 0» STAGES, Insuring to the traveller ample room, attention and lie fares. For Greet.brier White S ulptur and the Sweet Spriogs, rickets to Bonseck’s Depot, $6 90; thence by opposition lines of Mages to the Sweet Springe. *2, and to the Greenbrier While Sulphur, $2 80, be ing |S FO to the Sweet and $9 40 to the Greenbrier White Sulphur Springe. There era also opposition Uses t-f Blsgee tunnlnefrom Salem depot via the Roanoke Red Sulphur Springs, and u line of stages from the Montgomery White Selphur Springs, via the Moun tain Lake and Salt Sulphur Sprlnga to the Greenbrier White Sul phur Springe. For Oolner'i Springs, pnrchaae tickets to Boasa A s Dipot, price $6.90. For Roanoke led Sulphur Springs, purchase tickets to Salem De pot. price $T.40 . For AUoghety Springs, purchue tickets to BhawsvIUe, price $8 08. Tor Montgomery White Sulphur Springs, purchue tickets to Big Tunnel), prire S8.25. For Yellow Sulphur Springs, purchue tickets to ChrilUansburg Depot, price $8 45. For O d Bid Sulphur Sptlop, purchase tlckcU to Dublin Depot, Pri",9 *°' K. H. GILL, Jt29—dSm Ot n'l Eup’t Va. k Tcnn K. B V1RGIJUA CENTRAL RAILROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. fiMPiHS Mail and Passenger Train, LEAVE hlchmood dally at 6:30 A. M., fur Staunton, and dal ly (except Sunday!) for Jack ion's River and Intermediate stations. Connecting at (iordoosrllle, with theOrange and Alexan dria Railroad for Alexandria and Intermediate Stations and at Charlottesville with their trains for Lynchburg, and points West of thsl place. Harman, Mason and Company's Stagrs connect with the train at Goehrn for Lexington, at MUIbnro for the Rock Alum, Bath Ali m, Warm, Hot and Healing Springs, and at Jackeon’a River or the Boeel, Red Sweet, and White Sulphur Sprlnga, Lesrlsburg, For Stribllngi Springs, passengers take the Stage at Staunton. RETURNING, The mall and pauenger train leaves Jackson’s River dally (ex crpt 8undaya.) at 8 15, P M. Through Tlcketa forlhs Rockbridge anil Bath Alum, Warm. Hot. Healing. White Sulphur and Sweet Springs, Lexington, Lewle ■hurg, Be. Also fur Lynchburg, BrixloL Kn-xvllle, Chatta nooga, Nuhvllle, Hnntav.lle, Memphis, New Orleans, and all Important PoInU In the South-Weal, are to be procured at the Ticket Office. __ TH08. D0DAMEAD, je!4 Geueral Superintendent. KICimOND AND DANVILLK UAILUOAD. a——as 1 N()0 Su,,,,“rr ArntngcBifRi. 1S60 TO TUB VIRGINIA SPRINGS AND TUB SOUTH AND SOUTH WBST. Leave Richmond, dally, (Sundays excepted) xtT A. M , for June lion, (Burkevllle.t Lynchburg, Bristol, Knoxville, Dalton, Chatta nooga, Atlanta, Nashville, Grand Junction, Memphis, Montgomery, Mobile, Jackxon, Vicksburg and New Orleans Leave Richmond dally, (except Sundays,) at 7 o’clock, A. M , for Danville, va, and Greensboro’ N. 0. Also, for the Montgomery White, Yellow Bulp' ur, Alleghany, Sweat, Red Sweet, White Sul phur, Salt Sulphur and Red Sulphur Springe. RETUKNING, Lease Danville dally, (except Sundxje ) xt 6 o’clock, A., M„ xnd Junction (Burkevllle) It .10, A. M , xnd srrive In Richmond at 1:10, P. M. The Mall and Passenger Trains connect both waye w th the South Sldv Railroad tra'ns to and from the Scuthwrst at the Junction., nd alth the Richmond, Fredericksburg aud Potomac Maltreat Iralns to and from the North at Richmond, and with the Yore River Rail rrad. Also, with the James River Sttamboati to Norfolk and Old ry for Through Tickets and farther tatormatlon, apply *t the Tckct Office. ALIX. WORRELL, jfj, _Gen’l gqp't. FiTg I n I a s p r IN 0 s. SIMMER ARRAJI8IME.VT FUR TUB VIRGINIA CENTRAL RAILROAD ! nfiTf S® •*(3b r ■ w IMPROVED FOR 1800! WITH LITTLR OR NO NIOIIT TRAVEL COMPARED WITH OTHKK LINS*. THIS WELL KNOWN ROUTE, VIA RICHMOND AND STAUNTON TO THE VIRGINIA SPRINGS , Offers »> la Veur linprosed Comlort by Ktdtl dug Use rtlulit TroTel In wiiitls, uaiH'd to tin* gr. ati r Safety or Use Hail as well as I lie Mag*- port ol tills Line, (iiiiilU' Udi It to all plessure-seeai-rs its Weil hs invalids. THIRTY MILES OF STAG NO OVKR FINK TURNPIKES TO TUK WHITE bl'Ll'llcK H’Ki.h'Oa! AGAINST SIXIYFOUR MILD 8TAGINO OVER ROUGH R0AD8 BY ANY OTHER ROUTE. MORE COMFORT AND QUICKER TIME! IJASSKNGKRS leave Richmond at 6 0. A. M , <11 vr at Staunton and arrive at the terminui of the It uiroad by 5:25; reach Cal laihau'i Celebrated 8tiud by l> P. M., and leavingal.er Hrtakfut, and arrive at the White Su'phur or Sweet Spring! by 12 M., second dev being at I art live hours In advance of anyrti.ee line — Should a parly unit.* in requeuing It, they will have the pr.vllejc of leaving Callaghan's io time to arrive el tile Spi Ings to brt akf.,i*. Three going to the Rockbridge Alum, bath Alum,or Warm Springs, take the Stages at Mlllhorouph Depot, where they arrive at f:S0 P. M , and reach thote Springs reapectlvely to supper the same div. Those going to tic Hot or lie* ing Springs, st»y all night «t Ihe Warm Springs, »nd leave there nest morning so as to arrive it tl e Hot or Healing to hreaklrst. Paisengers for SlriM'ng'l Springs, take ihe state «t gt.rui.ton. Those for Rockbridge Bath, at Gosken, arriving at each place respectively to supper. Tlirouch Tickets AT THE PRICKS NAMED BELOW. Can be procured at Oie ticket office In Richmond. RATES OF FARE FROM RICHMOND. whitk ramr-ms. col'an soar v am To White Sulphur.Ill N» •; «• SwcetSulphur..... 1*15*1 llcalirg Springs. 10 60 Hot Springs. 10 00 7 50 Warm cprings.... ..... 9 60 7 50 Barh alum . 9 00 7 25 Rook**,i.tge Alum. 8 75 7 00 Building's Alum.. 7 95 6 0*1 Rockbridge Baths. o 50 6 75 Children over 6 and not over 12 year* of age, half the price for while persons jay-NfiTICE.—Through Tl.kcta can be procured In Charleston at the oftic a of the Nor,he<.sfru and South Carolina Railroad Campari r; in We’.ili n at the utliee ol the Peter.hu'g Railroad Co ; and In Norfolk at the office of Ihe Norfolk E Peleisburg Co.. Ihe Vnrs KIv.r Railroad Co , and the office of John Dickson, agent of IhcJ t. rs River Boat Line. Also from Nashville and points south west by Lynchburg aud CharlottcsviUe to all the Springs J ' THUS. DODAMEAD, General Supt., Vs, Central Railroad. Ilians*, Ma*om k Co, Stage Proprietors. Jy4—8m Hit linoND AND YORK RIVER RAILROAD. ATTRACTIVE AM) CHEAP ROUTE TO OLD l’OIST AND NORFOLK. Fare fy-i. Meals Extra._ ON and after Monday, June llth, T*'aln» [."aa will run dally, except Sunday* aa follow*: Regular passenger trains, slopping ouly at Meadow, Dlupatch, and lunsUU’s on algtaL WM leave Richmond al 7 A. M. Will leave White House al T P. M., dally exc*pt Sunday*. Accommodation Train, carrying Freight and Passengers, will leave the While House at >:4.\ A. M. Will leave Richmond at 4:80, P M., Tuesdays, Thursdays and ifsturdiys The new, fast, and con.moulous steamer. West Point, Cm>t J. 0. Rowe, will leave White House, Mondays, Wednesdays arid Fri days, at t*lf, A. •§., landing only at West Point, Moody**, Cap paliotl k, Bigler'*, Yorktown. Hiourester Point, arriving in tune for 1 Inner at Old Ft In? at 8 P M , and Norfolk at S\. P. M Returning the West Point will leave Norfolk Tuesdays, Thurs days and Saturdays, at 10*, A M , snd Old Point at 1114. * lanulug only as above, an t arrive at While House In lime to con nect with the cars, arriving in Richmond at !> P. M. No B at landtags will be made. JL Freight received Tu s.Iays, Thursdays and Paturdaya for only, \\ m |,80_THQ8. R BHAMP, Hup't. NORFOLK OLD POINT COMFORT AND HAMPTON. MBMMMMi rim ROUGH tn 4)v houn to Norfolk/ auJ In s x hours to Old X Point, from Richmond. The moat comfortable, and expeditious route between Rich mond and the above place Is, by the Richmond and Petersburg Road Ui Petersburg, thence by the Norfolk and Petersburg Koau to Noilolk, and thence by steamers to Old Point, and Hampton. tcftarx'LK. Leave Richmond at 8:55, P. M., reach Norfolk at 7:80, and Old Point at 8:15, I*. M. For the accommodation of passengers a fish supper will be pro vlded on the boat, between Norfolk and Old Point. airtasixa. From Old Point, the boat leaves at 11:80, A. II., and connects with the cars at Norf Ik, which leave at 1, P. M , reaching Rich mond at 6.30- passengers dining on the boat, while between Old Point and Norfolk. T. H. WYNNE, jr 11_g/ Rop't R. and P. R R. inrouTANT noticb to rxr mmWKWK tg I HIIPPKK* OF FREIGHT FOR ALL BTATI0N8 ON TUF. DIFFERENT RAll.U'tAO* wfSTOF LYNCH HUttj —You are required to make on all consignments of every description, plainly, with a paint broth or brand, the weight of each package, the name of the conalgare or a diamond letter and the point of dt-sUnalloa. Tlie tickets must specify the weight of every package "pdraUly and correspond fully with the marks, otherwise they will not be received for transportation. P- «!• • jr‘2—d 1 in Ocn*l Freight Agent, H.ID.A8. SOUTH-SIDE RAILROAD. ON ANDAFTEK JIOJIDAY THE33d AO-Eg gust, the passenger Trains, will run as follows: flBK FROM PETERSBURG TO LYNCHBURG, Mall Train starts dally at 5:80 A. M., reaches Lynchburg at 1*A* P'pauen(T,r Train Mart* dally, except Sunday!, at 4:48 P. M., reaches Lynchburg at 13:80 A. M. PROM LYNCHBURG TO PETKUSBUKG. Mall Train Mart dally at 11 A. M., reichee Peterabori at • P.M. Paaoenyer Traltu lUrti dally, except Sunday!, at 10:80 P. M., reaches Petenburg at 4:80 A. M. _, _ Three trelne connect with two dally trains to the Spnnp, Knox Tllle, Naehrlllc, Memphll, 4c.. to New Orleana. dr Thle U the ihortett and molt expedition! route to all parti of Tenneeeee, Alabama, Mleei*l,>|.l, Uuleana, Arkaneu and Texoe. The City Point Train lcaree Petcnbur! dally, except Bandayi, al I A. M., and 13 Noon, and City Point at 8:80 A. M., and 1:80 P. M itxtra tralne art ran to and from all the eteam packet! when ne c**“rT- H. D. BIRD, aa„ General Superintendent^ mti NOTICE._ 1*60. jfUfflffffiaifiggBWBB TO PA88KNGERS U0IN6 NORTH—NEW ARRA56EMFT CARRYING TBR ReUtlWTOWini MAIL ADELIM1IA, new YORK, and all Important point! Wait, Tin Ae nul* Creek and Wu. Kington, .rer the RICHMOND, FREDE1UCKSBI RU AND POTOMAC RAILROAD To the Potomac Riror, 75 mllee; and by Bplended and eon**** .team.-ca Uenc« to Waihlngton, 56 wilea. In aU 180 mllee In 7 hoort helnxa eomfortable and perfectly tafe rale of.peeL rtT* Hours of departure 6.80 A. M., and 7.00 P. M. rtf" Baggage under charge of Special Agents, 0H1CKII TlfltOoSlI to Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and Ne* Y Through ticket* oen be proenred at the following rat*!: ToBdUmore.. »T 00 To Wuhlngtou.• 8 ft To Philadelphia. 8 M To New York.** « ft SnctamuL* . ....« 50 To Bt. Louli-.» * ft ColumbuT.. . ..30 *8 To Chicago.38 « To IndhraApolla.36 00 To PltUbur*.1« « To aurrr^. ..« » To U.01.TU1*.» « To JeffenonrUJ*.* W Io J****'*1.I! ~ ^Paurageri hreakfkirt and enp at w°Ahlnru!iL1 ^ eomfortable fte amen between Aogola Creek a*dWa«hlnftom JEuV*" •W*T Bhoeko* HUL 9*1 Ticket Agent. ■AMT, RUTH, Bapt. 1 oncei.r.*p.8tOt, V ..... „ Mchmond.Jan.31. 1888. I _l***1.. _ NOTICE.—Peril)o. wlenleg toobUlo Oek*«afor*ei>Tanl* ore the Richmond rrederlek.bur* and Potouiae R. K, for Waeh Inrton City, and polnta further North. rnoeOn ellcete* bo Touch ed for by eome re.prn.ible white cltlaen of Klehonondiin pereoa known to the officer* of the Roul, 1! no tlehel! wl I keeoldlf ap pBedf.w hyU’Uer, ~_^ ADAIWANT1NB CANIH.M.-10O* h«x»i,<*r *M* loi ^^odoe. oonilgnmtnt, TARDY 4 WlLUAMf, HARDWARE. CLAEKSOX A AXDEESOH. If*. 106 Main Street, SteluMid, Vlfglata. InPORTBU of I11DV111, CUTLDY, ULNA, Ao.,hATt for sal* 4000 dot Pocket KnirM, S«00 Mk KoItm ud Pork*. 00 doc. Ivory Table ud Dmaart Kolvaa, 100 “ PlAted ■* “ Porta, M0 “ Shoe And Botcher XdItm, 100 •• Bod [era, Wodeo tad Botchora Baton 80 “ Basor Strop*, MO “ Bctaaora ud Bhrara, 0000 Gtom Gimlet pointed Bcrewl, 8000 dot. Butt, Table, ud other Htngas, 000 eette Bad ud Furniture Castor*. 8000 dot. him, Pad, Cheat ud Stock Locks, ISO groaa Tea ood Table ipoone, 8008 *> Grillin'. Horae Shoe Malta, 800 kega hammered Horae Shoe*, 10 loaa Iron Axle*. 80,000 Carriage sod Plow Bolt*. Ac., So. They are aleo Agenla for Palrbanke Beals*._ XAVLOB’S CAST STEEL. WI have Joat received, of direct Importation, a largo aad complete assortment of Naylor's ud Martholl'a bad east ateel, contutlng of Bqoare assorted from Iff to IJg Inches Octagon •• “ S to lit •• Bound Machinery assorted from H to ]|f Inches Doable shear steal assorted; all sfaea Mill Pick cast ateel “ “ Patent Hammer steel “ “ Grulle Wedge “ " M To which were spectrally Invite th« attention of Granite Work ers ud purchasers generally. Por ul* at lowest rater by 8. SO. I>ONNAN. may 1 Iron Front W. Block Governor Street. 1860. SPRING TRADE. i860. ROBERT J. DENNY, Dealer In Hardware, Caller?, Tools, Ac*, Embracing every variety of article• adapted far BUILDERS, MA OHINISTS, A HOUSEKEEPERS, No. 106. abotb mi Bavu. [HAVE now to stars the largest wad moet com- <^^0——A plete stock of English, German and American i lardunrc I have ever had the pleasure to of fer, and respectfully Invite all In want to examine the same before purchaalng elsewhere. My foods are fresh, and having been purchased exclusively for cash, I am prepared to of fer them upon the lowest terms. In Farming Implements I enumerate Hoes, Hand-Plows, Shovels, Spades, Forkes, Kaks, Scythes. Snaths, Axes and Chains. Together with GARDENING TOOLS of all kinds. In Houwe-Furnisliing Goods my stock Is also very complete—vis: Fine Tea Trays and Walters, single and In setts; Japan’d ToUetl Seta; Tin-Ware; Sauce-Pans; Tea and Pr^ervinx Kettles; Cutlery; Fine Ivory Handle Knives; (indot. and in acts,) Doable Plated Forks and Spoons; Brushes; Hair and Feather Dust ers, Tube; Buckets; Mats; Brooms; Cooking Utensils, Ac, Ac. And la Building Wole rials, particular!?, 1 am constantly prepared with a large and complete stock—via: Locks of every de scription; Bolts; Hinges; Screws; Iran and Brass Rail: Sheaves^ersw, Side and Axle Pulley ■. Sash Cord; Screw Wrench**, Cut and Wrought Nalls and Spikes, and all other articles for building purposes; to gether with Tools of all kinds. KWT Orders carefully and promptly attended to. ROBERT J. DENNY. mhM *06 Main strret, above the Banks. pARRIAGR IIOLT8, ( OATH ftCHEWS AMD \J TIRE BO' TI.-We have just received direct from one of the beat manufacturers, a large and full supply of Carriage Bolts, Coach Screws and Tire Bolts, well assorted, every site, to which we respectfully solicit a call from every ore in need of such articles. T. ROBERTSON A SONS. apIS _ _ _ No Main st._ Cl K iSR AhD GRAIN SCYTHES, CRADLES* JT We respectfully call attention to our assortment of “Waldron's" Grass and Grain Scythes, all sites “J C Colson's" Patent do do do do Grass Hooks and Sickles Superior Cast Steel, Weeding and Hilling Hoes Putin, It, H and 4 Prooff Tboie In araul ah.ll be ftirnlebed at the lowaat market price. my4__ P T. MOURE A CO., 84 Peart Ml K. II. BOIIIEK, COACH AND HARNESS MANUFACTURER. No. 223, Corner or main and 9(b Streets. HAM on hand a large anil general aaaorUnrnl of Carriage and llarnrw, of hie <>»u manufacture, which he can confidently ree< mmeud to thoae In want of a good, labetantial and faahlonable vehicle He will make to order any article In the carriage line, and trill tue every effort to pleate Ihote who may favor him with their pa Repaira eaconted with neatneaa and dewpatch._faff— ly CARRIAGES! CARRIAGE*! CARRIAGES! HITCHCOCK & OSBORN, RICHMOND CARRIAGE WAREHOUSE, No. 218 and 21 S main Street, Have couftantly on hand mmb W The Larffi nt A heal i aaorted MocknAWkh OF CARRIAGES IN THI 8TATI, Mg —» Oonriettng, In part, of the following STYLES. Onlechat, Phaeton*, Ooachea, Ohalae*. Brett Phaeton, Btwawit BLra. at Rockwayi, Bagglea, five Meat do Top Rnfglea, Poor Meat do do Wagon*, Two Meat do, Ooncord Wagon*, Road Mnlkeya, Trotting Mulkey*, BUde Meat Kugglra, do. Wagon*, Harneaa and Whip*. It la eonBdentty beMeved dial no atock of Carriagealn thla ar any other market la more worthy of public attention, embracing nearly all the latrat ilylr* and Improrementa that are dealrable, and wll be auld at the loweat poaaible prlcea, and 'warranted the uaua length of lime. We prefect oar tlncere thank* to our patroua fo their liberal patronage, and hope to merit a continuance of the! favara. . PW AU kind* of Carriage repairing done promptly. mhl KING Sc LANBRTH. CARRIAGES! CARRIAGES!! CARRIAGES III RICHMOND COACH MANUFACTORY, Franklin Street, One Square below Exchange Hotel We Invite all peraona In want of HOME MADE CARRIAGES, -'JTMjO To call and examine oar stock, as we pro- fv» M pose to sell a better article for less money * than CAKftl AUKS of the same quality can be bought fur In the Northern cities. We have been engaged lu building CAaauos* more than 25 years In this city. Our work has proved satisfactory to all who have bought of us. We are more largely engaged In manufacturing Carriages than any other House In the Stale, em ploying over 60 hands. We have on hand a Urge assortment of Fashionable OAHIAQP, of superior quality. Calechcs, Two Seat Eockaways, Coaches, all styles, Pheatons, Charrlotteea, Top Buggies, Barouches, Buggies without Tops, Four Seat Rockaways. Sulkies. Slide Seat Top Buggies. Also a large stock of Coach, Buggy and Sulky Harness of our own make, of best material and workmanship: Coach and Buggy Whips, alt qualities Carriages of all styles made to order. AU kinds of Coach Repairing executed In the best manner and wltl promptness. ALFRKI) KINO, fell__THO. M. LAMBFTH1_ NOTICE. TO T If K FAH.UKKN OF VIRGINIA AND NORTH CAROLINA.—We would call attention of the Farmers of Virginia and North Carolina to the fart, that we are now manu facturing the justly celebrated “Gelser Thresher, Cleaner and Bag ger,” for grain, ami would advise those 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 October last, also at the “ State Fair, held In Petersburg. Its advantages over all other Threshers yet Invented, consists In its being portable, threshing much cleaner, and superceding the necessity of running through the Fan MllL — One half the force usually employed on aU other machines, will be found sufficient to prepare, In a given time, an equal quantity of grain for market. • We take pleasure In referring to a few of the larsest wheat grow ers, who are using these machines for ihelr superior merits, vis:— Messrs. Robert K Hms of Turkey Island; Wm. B Harrison, Up per Brandon; W|Piam Gee, Prince George; D. Walker Haxail, Henrico; Jas. M. Taytor, Richmond ; Wm. Ballard Preston, Mont gomery ; Adolph Dill, Henrico; Thus. J. Green, Warrenton, N. 0.; rhos. r*. Carter, o Ilmrlce ; together with many others of the largest and best farmers In Vlrgluia. No pains or expense will be spared In the selection of materials, or In the workmanship, to produce such machines as will be une qualled by any now in use. U*_JOHN W. CARD WILL A CO. 110.11 L-'lADU I'l KKITURE. BKI.V1N A ATKINSON GOVERNOR 8TREET, RICHMOND, VA. (h, and the public that they have an I will J rl rnfllinur 1 k"T rn har,J. • large aAA.-rI- ffjBB • 1 * ment of Ihrlr own made CARINET FURNITURE. . of all styles and qualities ; Feather Reds ; llair, Colton and Hl.uck Mattranes, Ac. They havs«pring Mat trasses of a superior kind, more approved of than any other that have be*n In use; together •Ith an aasoriment of very superior Plauo-Fortea, from the beat and oldest manufactories In thla country. They would luvite their friends and the public to an examination of Uiclr stock, and will assure them that they ran and will sell as low as any other house, either North or South. They are now mak ing • rrangementa to enlarge their manufactory, and nope by a strict attention to their buritiess to merit a continuance of the liberal pat ronage they hare hitherto received. They are alto prepared to tarnish, at short notice, any kind of Burial Case, either wood • r ■noallr, with all necessary grave clothes, and to alterd t • the Undertaking In all Its departments, with promptness and dispatch. di-W—fbn C1 O K It IUi ATED WlKUlillT IKON AND / WIUK RAILING.—(Secured by Letters Patent)— Admlrsbly adapted for enclosing Public Orounds, Cemeteries, Balconyi, Cot tages. Ac. Bheep and Ox Hurdle, Patent Wire, Hackling Bead steads, with every variety of Folding Iron Deadstra*!* and Iron Furniture. Patent W’lre Cloal fereens, Ore, Band and Oravel Screens, Wire Netting for Mosquito, bheep, Poultry, and other purposes. Wire Buiamer Houses, Fancy Wire Work In (real va riety, for Gardens, Ac. M. WALKER A SONS, Manufacturers. No 5W Market, N. K. corner Sixth street, Philadelphia oe£—dly _ Bit AMD CITTTIMO. THE undersigned having removed hi* shop under the TOBAC CO EXCHANGE, corner 18th and Cary Sts , begs leave to in form his customers, and the Public generally, that he Is now situ ated so as to execute all work (which he may be favored w th) In 'he best workmanlike manner,and at th^hort-st pos Ible notice. If you want a Brand for Tobacco,Flour,Grain bags.Machinery,or any other articles yon may manufacture, send In your orders, and we will accommodate vou ou the most reasonable terms, and guar an tee to give yon entire satisfaction. Also a fine lot of Branding Brushes, Kev Checks, Brass Letters, 40. A E GRAHAM, Brand Cutter, # Under Tobacco Exchange. Oor. 18th A Cary 8ls.t Richmond, va URGE STOCK OFTRUNKS! Tlir attention of penone warning TRUNKS, li (U.vik aaked lo my T*ry Urge (apply, embracing ero- lBf ? ' !IJ ry kind now In u»e. Purchaier* can hardly fall XStlbB lo be wiled If they will give me a call, for my a. Ih I 1 III •ortment Includes all grades, from $1.50 to $50, and 1 Intend lo sell them as low as the same qualities can be bought anywhere. &TA call is resnecttally solicited at the large Hhos and Trunk I*UblUh,n.nt,No03MalnBtrc,L_JOnH 0. PAGK. J.__ I860. SINKING IMPORTATIONS. 1860. GUTTER, AEVEY * ABEITT8, ImportersandJobbers. WE would call the special attention of Ibe merchant! of Tlr glnla and North Carolina Ttiltlng oor market thli Spring to our nntunal large itock of Foreign Good! of oor Importation, which we will offer at aa low price! u any boaao In tht country; we enumerate In pari: White Good!. Brea Trimming!, Bilk “ Thread!, Linen •• Fincy Good!, Hnalery. Small Ware!, Lacea, Gent*' Purnuhlng Foeda, Ribbon*. of all klnda, SHAWLS. _ . Wo have alao eatabllahed a manafactory for ManUllia, Cloak* and Ladle*' Wrapping generally, and will be prepared to eihiMt • arge variety of these Good!, of the newest rtyl.t and pattern*, made exciurlvely at hom*. _ We golldt an examination of oar itork, being determined to offs* ever* Inducement to feathers buyer* to make their porehaoea in 1 GINTER, ALV1T k ABEimL_ R.J.CAPR0N. UCIUD- BA™>*. R. 1. CAPROX ft CO., Commipsion Merchants, 8T ■warlr’o Wharf, BALTIMORE. «. J. Oawraa Mtfca af «L . airrui'S bbbau trays AND FAITR1 . S BOAHUS, a large M ef Ibu V*™*"**^ mhtt Wo. m Male itraet. G"-WTO mTWS.ftMTlM WITH TIPI _“d without, vm, wpmtor and baadwme.a^ riwirm patknt liutXM ba!t*si. nVWi ibmkm wovmmmr * ■lonm bhofg CORNS* Of CART AND 1TTH STREETS, *=»—d. Ta. rfULBOTT A BROTHER, Proprietor* of the abere WORE*. A «ro BOW bolldlng PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES, of on la* proeed construction, of oil ell re, from rix to forty Hone Nob. •uRable for Circular Saw MUle, Threshing Moohltes, aa« etfcot purposes, which they tatter themeelrce are fatty e <uaJ, If Ml aorlor to any Kngtnee balH here or elecwhere. They will alio furnish STATIONARY STEAM ENGINB, fro* tan Mono to any required power. i CIRCULAR SAW MILAS, of the meet approval oo Mira Ml ■, l and of rarionj tltoe. PUMPS and WHEELS for WATEB WORE!, POET ABLE MOT MILLS, aad IRONS for MILLS of all kinds. RAILROAD WORE of orory dcocrtptlon. TOBACCO PRESSES, ELATTENING MILLS, and all aritelu MAS In manufacturing Tobacco, together with eeery kind of BRASS aad IRON PARTINGS aad WROUGHT IRON WORE_ JS PHILLP_RAHMp A * HOLE MACHINE W0BE8, Oarr. Mow 140 oat 164k Jh-seH, RICHMOND, TA. MANUFACTURER OF Portable aad Stetlooery STEAM ENGINES of any reqsired pewor, with either LoooMottra, floe or Oylador Bottom; 8U0AB MILLS, CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, IB0I8 FOR VER TICAL SAW MILLS, GLUT MILLS, DRAINING HA CHIU— BiMtA, lathi and ruiiiao wiaatuu. TOBACCO FACTORY FIXTURES - Of EVERT DESCRIPTION, aad all klnda of CASTINGS IN IRON and BRASS The roboeriber woo owneded by the 0. S. Agricultural Society, held la Richmond, Ta., October, MBS, the GRAND GOLF MEDAL OP HONOR far lAe hurt Portable p>r Farm use. He tanaaJby pennlaelon, to Goeemor Hoary A. Wise, Meoore. Warwick A Barksdale, Dunlop, Moo cure A Oo. aad Haxail, Oeea show A Oo.aakB—Ip LOGAN WALLER. OOMMLSHION MERCHANT, Richmond, Fa., SELLS Tobacco, Wheal, Oorn, floor, aad other country Pro- • dace. He ha* on hand a largo number of Bage, whkh caa ho obtained by those who employ hm, on the terms charged by Ball road Companies. He Is assisted by Mr. Joasra a Rubwood, long and faeorably mown in the surrounding counties, aa a gentleman of great outlet ty and energy of character. tr Ofllce on Care street, two doom below Colombian hotel. July IT. 16C6-J> If a. auisaroaa. i. nuenrr rsra. raierue uattuwi. BRIDUFOKD* CO. GENERAL COMMISSION AND POBWABDINO MERCHANTS, ON THE DOOM, eelS_HICHNIOWP, VA._ E. II. Bit 11114 ER * CO., GROCE 118 AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, SOLICIT consignments ef WHEAT, FLOUR, OORN, TOBAOOO, aad other country Prodace. Adeoaeoe made t a eonilrnmrnle la hand._def a. R. mcrinoa. a. a atu. o. a. bill. DICKINSON, HIM. & CO., AUCTIONEERS AT their old tUnd, corner »f Wall and Franklin ftreeU, lUll continue to srll NEOROK&, belli publicly and privately. Peraona entnuUng their Neyroee lo ua, may be AMured In gettinf the hlyheal market price for them. j«4 HLiTUK DAY IK, Auctioneer, FRANKLIN STRUT, RICHMOND, VA., SELLS PLAY KB, both publiclj and privately. Prraona entrusting tlitlr Hlaves to him, may rest assured of obtaining the highest, market prices. M DR. J.*. ROSE, TOTHK SICK AND AFFLICTED. Every intelligent and thinking person most know that mnedlrs handed oot for general use honld have their efficacy established by well tested experience In he hands of a regularly-sducaied Physician. Dr J. B. Rose, has * aborrd long and diligently In an extensive practice of medicine, and hb remedies (as b well known to Unpeople of Richmond) have performed the most remarkable cures here and elsewhere. DR 1.8. HOSE’S EXPECTORANT OR COUGH SYRUP. For CkmiumptUm, Colli, (buy Km, Jtthnuj, Spitting of Blood, BroncAUie, and all lH*e*u<i cftAiLuny. This Byrup, having stood the test of man? years* experience as a remedy for irritation or Influnatl n of the Lungs, Throat, er Bron chia, b acknowledged b r all to be a remedy eminently superior to other known compound* used for the relief and radical curs of Cougtif and Consumption. In compounding a Cough Hyrup for general use, the physician— for none but a physician should stlrmpt a prescription—Is compell ed, from his knowledge of the constitution and constituted parts of man, to avoid entirely the addition of drugs that can any way tend to do IbJury. His object b not only to cause a symptom, su.h i* cough, to stop, but It b also expeHcd of a regularly educated doctor, that he should cure his patient radically—WtKs the preten der may allay a cough by his opium and squills, molasses and laud anum, antimony, morphia, and wild cherry bark, and not be ac countable for the arier health of hb patient Many of the nostrums of ths day have power U> stop a rough, and the deluded victim is lulled Into an Incurable form of disease, or perhaps death. Dr. J. $. Ron’s Cough Byrup will not only cure C< ughs, but In ail case# prevent that lion of Disease#, CONSUMPTION. Price 50c. and fl. DR. J. N. HOSE’S PAIN C,TJ HER.-This popular and never failing remedy haa alone stood the test of Uilriy-flvt years. Price li, 1$ and 50 ct*. THE PAIN €I KKK cures Rheumatism. THE PA IN €U HER cures pains In ths limbs, joints, back or spine. THE PAIN CURBR cures OboUc pains In the Btooach >r Bowel*. THE PAIN CIJKRH cures Bet Ids, Burns, Sprains and Bruises. THE PAIN CUR EH cures any pain Internally or eztor* sally, and should be kept in every family. We shall only say to the afflicted, try the PAIN CITiER^ If it gives you relief, recommend It to others; If It falls, coudemn lC Remember It has come from a regular Physician. DR. J. 8. ROSE *8 DYSPEPTIC COMPOUND, the only sure cure for Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. Price M sets. Dyspepsia may be known by eostlvenrss, belching up of wind, sour stomach, and sometimes diarrhma or looseness of the bowels, headache, nervous feelings, cold feet, wakefulness and variabls appetite. If these symptoms are allowed to goon long, without this medicine, (which will always cure,) then follow debility of ths lungs, and a predbposillon to consumption. DH.J. S.RONE’S HITIII' ('OXPOrND.fcrill alien of the Khlnejri and Bladder. Prlre OO eta. The treat de mand for tlilt article hai Induced othen to bottle up aomethlnf and call It Kucha. Ark for Roee’a, and take no other. AIIDK. J. ». HOME'S f.KNUINK ItlKDIClNKH hate hie written elfnature over the Cork of each bottle. Take aone without It. For eale bF all reepeclahle Druggkte. ■old bF W ARN ER L. W A KING, General A gent, 10T Broad Street, above SHh, feS Klelmond. 1860. NEW SWUNG GOODS. 1860. A. K. PARKER & CO.. No. 143 Knitlc Squureg Alt now prepared to offer to their frienda, and the pubHe gene rally, a uana *eo arumnio htoce of FRESCH ASH K.VtiLlSH DRY GOODS, Oonektlng, In part, of Plain Black and Fancy Klka, Rich talk, Grenadine and B-rage Robn, French and Englleh Drew Goode in ever/ rarlety, ■Ilk and Lace Mantilla*, Bhawk, Parle Kmbrolderle* nnd Lace Oooda, Houerkceplng and Plantation Goodik W2dte Qooda of every kind. Mourning Goode of er«V deecriptfon, Glovee. Hoelery, Ac Together with many other article* too numeroa* to meoHpa — All of which will be cold eery cheap._mbit VA N LEW, TAYLOR 4c CO., Ho. 74 Male .treat, hare In More a large Mock of Butcher'a Fllee and Edge Ttwla ■pear and Jackaon'a Hand. Rip. and Grain Bawl Baldwin'* bench and mouldlog Planea HunU and Himuioti’e chop and ehingle Hatchet* Hagdole'e Adgr eye, nail and brad Hammer* Oook'e and Bnell'e caet iteel Augrra and Bitta Wltherby, Beatty A Bradley’e Drawing Enlraa Turning Lathee, Chtiele and Gouge* Sorting Machine*, tire and breaet Drill* ALSO, Blacktmlth'a took of the beat quality, for aale low fie caah er puntnal cuetomera. • *oH XlTCHELLftFRY KJ S.nno bit. Manufacture'! Tobacco, asoorted brand* 180 “ M. Langlx rne k Pon’i beat brand* 1,000 packages KlUIrklnlek Pmnklnr Tobacco 1,000 " Mohican Smoking Tobacco (In t and 8 pound 100 bbla Layrell’a Rockbridge Ree Whlakjr 38 M casks Cognac and Rochrll Brandies 8 H pipes llenneiy London Dock Brandy, rlntaga lt>49 60 lg caaki Sherry. Madeira, Port and Malaga Wine* 8 Puncheon* Imperial Nolet Gin ISO cates Champagne; Claret and Hock Wlriea •• 28 bbla Hurry Apple and Peach Brandies. AU of which will bo told aa cheap aa aucli goods can be purchased In any market MITCH ILL A PUT, No. 18 Pearl street, W* ■¥_BMhmoetd, Ta. * HARRIiOH'l CELEBRATED BARLEY WHISKEY. WE are icllirg thli Whlxk*7, nude from Burley, which wm la I'odnrn! and aold l»y our hoUae W yean ago, and acknowl edged to turpvae any Whbkey ever Introduced In this aiarktl — For fc) years it has pre*erv*4lU uniformity In quality and charac ter, and we do not find the least change In It In any respect, bln* the same now as then, in delicacy. Helmets ai*d purity. Our rusuv ra-n sav the same, and we unhcjituUngly offer It to the community sa an article which we can recommend as being pure and perfrctly free from fusil oil, or any other deleterious article, too often arixrd with the liquors of the present dsy. We hare nwv'f advertised It before, but feel justified In doing so now, while the couutry Is flood ed wl h mixed and manufactured liquors. As s medicinal liquor. w« do not think U can be surpassed, even by the brandies now aold. A supply always on hand, and for tale only by BMIR A CHA||RKRT*AYNX. ap97—tf No. 70 Main street, Richmond, Va. MORRIS, WHEELER 4cCO..~ POBNRRLT SOBB16 A JONES * CO.. . IRON & STEEL WAREHOUSE. Market <fc Sixteenth Streets, PHILADELPHIA. BARS, BANDS, IlOopg, SCROLLS, OVALH, SHUTS, IIDRSB. SHOK and NAIL RODS, PLAT soil T RAILS, ANGLE IRON, RIVET IRON. SWEDE IRON, PLOCGII PLATE, /e , Ac. 0AH1, •HEAR, DUSTER, SPRING, TIRE A PLOUGH STEEL. SCOTCH PIG; alao. AgcoU for thrtalcof" WILLIAM PENN," and other well-known brands of AmeHcan Pig Iron. BAR IRON rolled to any required length, for Bridgce, Care, Fhlp Building, and Machinery purpoaes generally. BOILER PLATE cut 10 required dirt.elisions. FROG hTEEL POINTS A FIDE BARF made to any pattern. AGENCY nf the “ 1IARB1FBLRG M NAILS and FPIKIX OAR AXLBI rolled and hammered, and FORGINGS of aQ ^ OOP PER, BRASH, RUSSIA SHEET, tad Metals gcnaraUy. * apd—46m UNDM1KS. 18 U-trees print Ilea M bbM. print New Orleans Molanaa 80 bbM. “Haw Park" Syrnp Uto Bdaa Sole Leather * NO pkga Grtaa and Black Teas, (aaaa patnaf NO bags Ginger, Pepper and Iptaa N balaa Ok>re* and Clnnamaa NO hat. Glaaa; 60 kbit. Tanners' Oil NO baa. "Hall's Extra" and Roaln Soap t00 dec. Broom*; NO da. Bucket* 8,000 ream* Letter Cap and Wrapping Paper WO bales Oandlawtck and Twine, far tale to the trait tow (f.»-if] T1N8LBT, TARBT * WILLIAMS. SEP COOL 1—CONTINENTAL RFPRTGRRATORS—Th# beat article made, ud warranted to glre satisfaction. AM* • Maaaeia' U* Cream Fraaam a Gall and examine them. « apM_STRBBINS A PULI EN, 101 Bread at W— ENDOW GLASS.- A complete aaeortment of all alsaa of * Preoak Window Glaaa, Putty. White Lead, Colors, 4e_ far aalr lew by W. PETERSON A CO.. Draggles, INI Mel. OnM aVgUt.—Me Oder to purchasers a large assortment tf RL^ well's Weeding Hoes, assorted from Na. t to l( aMo, hilling i Bern No. % to 8; alao, Planter's Cast Steal Hoaa, a aopeitoe article; alao, Garda* Hot* and Rakes, Hay sad Manure Porks, Ac. ail_SMITH. RHODES * Wl._ WAIlt CUAWLBM.—We kar.laatoreandforaalaara riaty of In fingered Cradloo of the moot approved oak era. rio: Grant'! wodgo and acre. Brace, compute with boat Blade*— AMo, Dutch Bow asd Mow Tort PaUeroa AMo, Great, Grain an# Otorn btylkoa aad Naths, *a»ortcd dam e*d qulM**. ■* bum, uodw * oo.,ur««iim