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WILLIAM A DON24AN, Chalnnaa.
LARS IN W. iil.AZEBBOO*, I R. ..
THOB. W. MeOiNCE, I LIWl* D. CUXIUV.
•■ssay^g- fATOS.
ARRIVALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTELS
rOLlSBUB HOTEL.
JOSEPH H. CBEM8HAW, Proprietor.
Jnly 17th, I'M#.
e L Tel* Yaaceyeitle J A Btcke*, Lonen't
J M Gordon. Rlch'd T T Shtckletcn. do
ti H Howard, do lid Ac am* A melia
T B Walt«n, Appcmattox ■ T Adam* do
H W I.athrop, .».ttannah, 8t JW Jonea, B« dford
ti W Topham, N O J D Mutely, Pce’n
B P Cheatham, do W H ISmtin, M C
B W Walter /it A T Pitt* do
» A Wilton. Amelia N Ba kadale, Halifax
J R toad, do C Boathell, Cumb d
TB Warner.do W A Prnyaar, da
• II Partins, Lanina A D Shepherd, Va
T H Pirate t* do R A De Joroetl. do
H Hi dyer, WaaluMriin J R 1»«». do
Mitt W.txin* Charlotte Mm Otborne, ParmeUle
J * Pori, do VC Edmoadn' Charlotte
. CCBlnikeoahlp, Mail’d T Edmaad* do
R » Jeonin** do B*l,2 .
B d C Oliver, N C J » Bryant. Pow a
B P Hamilton, Powhatan J R Ruffin, Aibe
J A Stoker Va J ti Lumpkin* Hanover
Mm Hall, Chart'd » M Cheaihan. Cheat'd
EXl'HABGBHOI'UAVD BALLARD HBIIIB
JOHM P. A THOMAS E. BALLARD, Proprietor*
July 17th, lhdtL
W Robsrtaon, Norfolk, Mitt Pace A set, Va
ti R HerrWo, Va W MchoMoa, do
X 6erst, lady ch Id A tel, do J J Graven, do
Mm Ward A »«, do W W Boyd, do
N rulley, do J B tick lo A lady, do
X H Tn-pin lady A »t«, do M:tt PtskUn, do
■ IS Pebble,do RDPlckilOjdo
X M Coff ll,do BO Scoti, do
* J B Crowder, do Mitt Court, do
Dr Olealny, do Mite Petra* do
Dr. Nebteki, do T J 8p«ne«r. do
m Vexyi do J do
J 1> Hawkins, Jo « C M«Uey do
JX Smith do TJ Woomack. TlAteyvIDe
ti THoward, lady A art, Ttxa* Mm Woomack, I chil A 'i tet* do
8 H Caouby_M I Mm Fowler, do
W O n.ii— Phila Mm Graves, do
WS-oll. Tie WUber A W oomack, do
A Herfemottc* lady A set, 8 C B Cramp A I ton* do
B A Stuart A lady, Penn A H Gladden, do
* 0 C Mffiler, N O Ml-t Gladden, do
MUtea X and l' McCormack, D C G R Chapman, Ala
B T Becher A lady, Ga G C T*y lor, M T
A B Cabebenlt* lady A child, J C Johnson, Kl*f Wm
• w.i-« w Wm J Baylor, V T
H A tire, n.yo Ml.s La«c, Oran«e
ti N Holleman, 4o RHP Robloaon, Alexandria
J Amherst. Phila R H Lee la A fam.lv, N C
• c w Rodman, N V G B Waterbooae, N C
D C Whiten, do Cal Reid Letlstfuoa
M H JacoB, Ohio A Leybnra, Rockbridge
Dr Merldeth, Loaiala__
MARINE NEWS.
' PORT OP KltanORD, July 17.
a.au Wsraa (su.ar.ut.) &V e’euve. sea unt AM, tan 7:<K
A RBI VXD,
Be hr. Ocean Bird. Jonea. Phila. mdse, W D. Colquitt A Co.
• “ Ida L Vaauhnly, Phil*, coat
“ Henry Cote, Haaleton, Boston, plaster, C. T. Wortham A
Oo
BAILED,
Steamship Yorklown, Parrish, X. Y, mdse, and paaaenrem.
Ludlam A Wataocwa _
Steamer BetrtUere, Keene, Ball*, mdse, and paaaei.*»rs, D. A
W Currie. •
Srhr Cornell* Brindley, R«h*
• “ J. X Pric* Cotter, do
“ Two Wldtam* Smith, do
" Card*, Morth, 'IghA
r1|)H NKW XfotKK..—FIRST YKSbKL-Rntuoap
' hi Na* Yoa* Lt.x* ,f PaxkitT* —To* auperlor fa»t 5aR
,.u.n» acboooef THa X ILL,” CapU Winter*. having a pot
* 4 Doom her ear**' engaged and going on board, will have quick
despatch. For balance of freight, apply t -
JEW DAY ID A WM rCRRIR
r'XBCHUM TO OLD POINT, . . «iT*~ a
Fa rO«T8Mu(.TH AND NORFOLR The Steam
•r jVRTlSPROg, CapL /. C. Gifford, Sited up In a oralayletur
n>fht*ravel,wili make ua Kxcunloo io the above places on 8ATt U
DtV EVENING oett, add inat . (and regularly eeery SArlED.tt
• I*INING thereafter, during the waleriug season.) leaving th*
wharf at Rockett. at t o clock P. M., arrive at 04 Point about 11
o'clock, th-nee to Portsmouth and Norfolk, and return the neat
awutng (8CND A Yt. leaving Norfolk nth o’e oek. touch at Ports
4 naoath and Old Point, and arrive at Richmond about l o'clock A.
M , Monday morning.
Pawtaua for the trip, to O’d Poiat, Norfolk and Portsmouth, and
fata >i (me ala loeluded.) ft 3d.
tart,, freight taken oo the Excursion Trip.
J5-tf * _R O. HASKINS.
m nn m hmu
or THE
SKW YORW A.YD VIRGINIA STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
TtHK ROANOKE, Capt Couch, having resumed her
trip* again. »*<• threw Mr amahjcomprising th-«
|M V Ul run a* follows, vis
Tl* YORKTt»WN, Copt, Parrish. l*aviog Richmond for New
York fftn Tu*sd »v %'twrnoon at 4 o'clock
Tjj>* J AM R3TGWN, Copt. fiktuaer.ev cry Friday afterooon at \
• 9 Th# ROANOR* every Munday morning a*, the hoar named la
Batur tv's paper.
feratok o ticket* Issued by theac stesmers f.*r th# round trip f4«r
$!'*. meal* an 1 »U^y . oemte . mmod*? -ts‘Deluded In thl* barer
Pi»«*A*re to New Y< rk only fid, and no charge for meals and
Stateroom accommodations. A . , ,
These -ftearners «wo at Norfolk going and returning, to land and
"££' '“T*"’ LTTDf. \M A WATSON,
CPINEK AHBANGinm' ON . ■ air~»
> James riyr.i e.>r uld poisr, pc ms
, M*>% TH. AND NORFOLK.-Tii# Steamer* ULAN Cut a *u<l Cl *•
TH PKCR, have been put In first rsU order, and will run to the
above places.
Th.* GLK.N COT*. Cart Wn. f. Carier. wi!! leave th* wharf s*
Rockesm, regularly every MONDAY. WKDIOHDAY and FalDaY
m .rnines at 5 o'clock, precisely, snJ ictum each alternate days
•a *p» UnaitfiT. 1-aring the wharf at NORfOl-K at the same hour,
5 o'clock A M . an i loach at all the regular land ngs on the river.
*«>inc *od Eaturnlng.
fheCl'RTH m'X, Capt- Z. C. Gifford, being neaily fitted ap
with S-rths, w I leave he wharf at R icketts every d.%11’KD a Y
evening it f> o'clock, anJ retun, leaving the wharf at NORFOLK
•v-ry SUNDAY evening al5 b’clock, aud rcgu.ariy everv TUBS
DAY an I THU 3RD AY evening*, at 4 o'clock, and return each al
Wrnatc day. at th- same hour, t o'clock.
Going down, the Curtis Pecc will touch at City Point, Wilcox's.
Ctnrem n:. Grove Wharf, Old P« mt, Portsmouth and Norfolk —
Returning. P*>’Umoul't, Old Poi-.t, Rock Whalf. Grove, Dillard's,
CUirsn.mt, W icox's, City Point, and arrive at Richmond about 1
•Mock, Monday morning.
Passage f«»r th- Saturday trip, and return next evening, mca*s
Inr'.u 'e l. #4 .V\
l* jfti do regular :ti|e, either boat, to Old Point, PDrtnnouth
or Norfolk, fi Meals-eMaa1 to any given oo any boat—Sd cent*
•orh
. rgT" freight taken as usual.
"-tf _ R. 0. HAMUHBL
Tmm BALTI.HORBAND9A« thMHv^ak
tfTKAM.'HlP COMPANY, comp* »-d of firs* clt -JsAJMC
gtwonaflhlpc, ore now running geguiarlv between the above port*,
freight shipped to 8avanna.h. or the Interior of the States or
Georgia and Ylabama, by Railroad from Savannah, will have
srosid situation. { • T. H. BRLT, Tr.t Agent,
»« %—tf BaM son.
THE MASONIC 1LAK1*.
4 collection cf
NIENONII' OIEKN. HVNff.NN, NONGN, Ac.
For the uublk anJ private erremomra and leativala
OF THE EYATKuNIfY
BY (ISURilK IV. CHASE. K. T.
Eiiitor of th* Mae -o!- J-u-nai, to.
For talr at P. U. TAYLOR'S Mcair Rtnrr,
• • lv» Main sir-ei.
r SUMMER CLOTHING
Ar Reduced I’riees*
foil IFER. II.4R.foKV A lO.,
no MAIN UTRExT,
• e w gvc Aetevmlna l to reJu-e their atock of Summer Clothing la
I K order to make room tor Pall Oornfa •
Peraooaiu waul of Summer CJothlog woai.1 Jo well to eismlse
thta slock which w* win tell refertl—* of P. oil t.
BiiAFER, HALSEY t CO ,
e- . llUMsiast.,
_Late Tupimta A Hail
1 | .1 fTNIHIRN K’N (IKK AI#Ie*—Ten Gross of (hit
. » DOVE M CO , Wh Drurri*t«.
|'4»K «A1**.-•»,«» *!rffnU «*•
I Ctf Share* V* Mock
• l*h> do Ha- k of Uie Cnm'wea’th Stock
fn do Va. ftr* and Marine do
. . » *» do Rich M fire Am clath a do
, (1,'XM Third Mori gag t Ya. and Ye .neaaee R
X Ban la. In aunu to atait porehaaec. . . ,
jplra-»/ C- Y PI RCELL .1 CO
.. . /~v I' 4NO.-No*l Parurtan Guano, tor tale by
* fjff j/ll X H. SKIYKKR 4 Cd.
\> lAKIi tR. 1* bbla. pure Cider Vinegar. la alore for tal.
by jTld_W . U. PLEASANTS
All RTAKD—l ’Iboief Banger’» genuine Mnatard, for tal
f||I 111 1 DAVENPORT
riL IHKT UITKI—l«B raara i. Merman A Co'* Bor
lr naaoa claret Win.*. 1 nr lading Bagee. Panitlac, P- li’d Canei
V.I-.u liuoan rule. Chtteau i.lachurt. Cbalrao Leo*isle, Cha
Maa Yuur'tu. Juat landed and tor tale at tame nrlcea aa charge.
IT,".low Yurt ageurn. BRIl‘«M i Ml.XkR.
' rlg Cor. Peail and Cary Streeta
T ll lKlTk - _ ~ 7
I) , 0A Am Blue and Green, * hoop
Ml “ M “ »“
Ml “ Varnioh-.d 1 "
* M " Cedar for tale hr
ljU TtBCY A WILUAMft._
BunnTfl dul aaeorted, lor aale by
“Tu __TARDY A WILLIAMS.
BACON MATH*.—S eaaka prime Sagur Cured, for aale or
loulgnment. by TARDY A WILLIAM*.
* ‘ <\LD DORIMOT NAILR. >»0 kega for aale cheap
(J by . jyl4-*t T*kDY A WILLIAMS
S’ JMI HPIKLD BACON,-»‘"i 1 Brig,'* Hog Roua
Bacon. verjbAuperior ankle fur family uae. for tale by
-jj* _CHAlt. T- WORTHAM A 00.
CHEAP PIANOS.
VOW c^io PIA1 $ P. H. TiYLOikuiv*
^ %| good ictooil n«ail FI AM HU, which will b« M»li ch«a|
tor the eaah. Ha haa aleo joxt reccleod one of the celeSratc
JMgj.Pu-UHuun A. 1* Main Str_A
HIRYKY'I MPBAYW WANHl.b*. .«*
CHIRK—By the aid of the abo*e machine the waahlng .fr
large family, ran be do te la one half the lime, and at a great ear
lag of labor. For tala by
. jylQ •_ THOR, A. BDLRLKY A CO,
CHEAT KKDt’CTION IN PRICKR
a KQCaL TO
< frea*1. Reduction in Stock.
R >IC Al'BE why ' If at regular price, our ilothlng waa to grner
■ ' ally purrhaael. ehtl moat the erf cl hr whenll.lt OR* A’
KBfKVTIOS haa taken place. when the moat drairabte ClotMng lr
tUa Market haa barn marked down to a fraction aboee Coat1 Kyi
lenity the reault will bo that a greet -uah will follow, and th«.
Wh.. poUpone tor a few daya the advantage* offered, will come lr
when the bargalna are wild, fair d-al nga, email pro file, on
price, la the motto we tail under at, Uu Mtln <L
jy 1A _ _SHAFER, HALSKV A Go.
• A BHOTm LONDON BKO AWN A rOl T —*e hat.
iR ju.t received direct, a ahipment of the aboee com bra tel Browt
Root, to which we dcelre to call the particular attention of purcha
■era, who dealer a perfectly pure article, bottled by the brewer,
themeelvea, and *a»lly toper lor to the article generally told la
thle market aa London Porter, For aale only by
SELDK.N A MILLKR,
jytA Cor. Pearl and Cary Street.
nEPT, n IKt'Kdl A A CO’S. (HtXPAEM
Wtaoe, Includlrg Imperial, Rad I ar. Carte Note, and Cart
Blanche. A farther tup ply ;ael landed, and fur aale by tho on.)
• ag-nu for Virginia. SELDSN A MILLKR.
jyld Cor. Poor! A Cagy Street.
I’Ll X IK C A LA R ABA OK BA It It.-A deiightiu
a cordial Tonic, for anio by DoVE A CO.,
Jyld Whocat’o Dceglata.
T)ITriM9.-The beat and moat popular alwara for e*le by
not * a CO,
• a Jyld_Whalraak T’-urgia'a.
<<HIWUU TOHICKI.-A very large itock of the moa
J popular lyand alwayt kept, for aale by DOVR A CO,
jy IS __ Wboteaaie Drucgl.u.
• Samuel ayres son,
. O Coakiaeion tai Forwarding Merchant*,
RICHMOND. VIRGINIA,
. g-vrvn FOB Itl.l G. a Maa* Uoortoa, Ottee OIL AlamaKM
U Caadiaa, Tohaooo Flarerlam Bam and oehm Kalla, Aaoaoh am.
Am ml ran Pig In*, Boeoe A Ckt ■aalpelekod Km, Clot.
At Hi—1.'
. “
• 1 ./ •
!
^—————
AYER’S
CATHARTIC
PILLS.
An- YOU sick, Ibclile, auil com
plaining! Arc you out of onlrr,
with your system deranged, and
X ~~~ vour fceliiiga uuvomfcrUblc!
. I These symptoms arc often the
- CI I prelude to serious illuesa. Some
■ - r It of st.-ku.-s* is creeping upou
V.iu, and should be averted by a
thin Iv use of the right remedy.
Take AVer’s 1111s, amt cleanse
out the itlsorderedhumor.—pu
rift tile MvhhI, and let the fluids
move on unobstructed iu health
I again. Ther stimulate the ftine
lions of the'hodr into vigorous
activity. purilV the syatetu from
tlie obstructions which make
disease. A cold settles some
— when in the body, and obstructs
Its natural ftinctions. Theset If not relieved, react.upou
th-mselv is. and the snrrounding organs, IWMijdug gem
era! aggravation, anlfering, amt dls«-ase. " bile In tills
condition. opprvsinsl by the derangements, take Aver s
Illls, an.l see how dlrWrtlv they restore the natural a«v
tiun of the system, and With It the buoyant feeling of
health again, ‘ What Is true aud so apparent In this triv tal
aud nun m m complaint, I* al«o true h* many of tlu* ue,*P'
n’.u. 'l anti dinffro* distemper*. The miu<? purjfHttvc
eff-et expel* them. Canard hv -imilar oh*tn«ctlou* and
of the natural Amotion* of the hotly, they
an rapidly, and many of them anrely, «nv*l by the Mine
in* in<*. None who know tin* virtue* of the*1 E**!,1*^
atgftrcl to employ them when buffering; from the di»or
der* they cure. , _r ..
statement* from leading pl»y*i«*i*n* In some of the
princt]Mil eitiea, and from other well knowu public per
/Vinm ft Fnrirartiiug Merchant of Si. Loui*. feh. 4, IsBK
lm. Aykk: Your PI1U are the all that la
iTT*i\t m mmlMne TVy have etm*d my Httle tighter
of uhvnm* *K»re« upou her hand* and fret that had pnov cd
Inetirahl** for vear*. Her mother ha* been loo- srlor
oudv afflieted with blotch*** aud jump!*** ou hvr **kin and
tu her hair, -\frer our ehild wa» cured, *he al*o tried
>our nils, aud they have cure* hor^ MOBQMDGt
A. ■ Family Physic.
From Hr. K. IT. CnrttrriffM, Xetr Orient!*.
A'onr Illls are the prince of purges. Tin-ir excellent
qualities surpass unv cathartic we possess. They are
mild, hut v.-rv certain aud eir.-etual In their action on the
bowels, which m ikes them Invaluable to us iu Uie daily
[ treatment of disease.
Headache, Nick Headache, Foul Stomach.
From Dr. Edteard Boyd, Baltimore.
Prut ItRo. Aykk: 1 cannot answer you vW com
piaints I have cured wttli vour illls U tter titan to say
all that ire err.- treat ti lth a pa nuttier medicine. 1 place
go at depemleurc „u an effectual cathartic In my dally
contest will, disease, and Isis' tag as I vlo that your Illls
affoni US the best we have, i of course v due them highly.
PtTTMtrRC, III., May 1,1SB.
1)r. J. C. Aykk. Sir: I have boat repcat.slly cured of
thi worst hmilachc anv bmty can have, by a done or two
of vour Pill«. it ms ms to arise from a foul stouuieh,
wbirb they clean*.- at otus-. ..
Yours with great respect, I.P, " ■ l ..
('hurt of Steamer ( Union.
Bilious Ulsordera —Islyer Complaints.
From Dr. Tkeotlorr Be’I, of Xttc York t'itff.
Not onlv are vour Pills admirably adapted toi their pur
now as an auerleot, but I And their beuetlciai effects upon
tin Liver v.-rv marked Imits d. They have in my prao
fits- proved more effect u.vl for the cure of lalion* com
niaint* than anv one rein -.lv I can mention i slnrvn-ly
minis- that «.- Iiavi- at length a purgative which Is wor
thy the eoulideuce of tin profession and the people.
Department of thk Interior,
lVanhiti::toa, IK 7th IVb., l*v*V
Sib • I have n*ed vour ’111- iu uy jp*u**ral ami hospital
practice ever s„,<s- you made tie m.an.l do not hesiute to
say they are the best cathartic we employ. Their rv'gu
latin ' action ou th»* liver i* quirk aud *kvi«k*d. rouse
qwnllv tli* v are au admirable hiunlv tor. derangement*
of that or.ra.». Imk- I, 1 have *l;*m h»oud a «we of
b>l ou* tlmt nr *o **b-ti:iatr tliat it »li«l uot readily yi» Id to
1‘k'taisi.tn of thr Maria* Bwgitai.
Dysentery. Uiarrhm, ReUt, Worms.
From Or. J. H. Crtrn, of Chisago.
Your mil* lure hut a long tri d in my practice, sad I
bold Hu m in * as om- of tin- best «P* rk nts I have
ever found. lh. ir alterative rffvvt ii|k>u file fiver make*
tie in an evell. at mnedv. when given In small ih-e* for
liU. m JgtrHt-rg ili.trrhtrti. rii< ir sugar eoatnig
make* them very arcvplablv and eouveuieut lor flu- use
of wouu-a and ehiidreu.
Dy*pep*ln. Impurity of the Blood.
From Rrr.J. V. Itimr*, l\utur of Admt Church, 11,don.
n. am If: .... 1 v...ir IVI* » ii’.i . vtr.--r.lm iry
anei*e*s m mv ftouilv aiul amoug thorn-1 am ealli*l to v i-it
lu distrv**. 'To regulate the organ* of dige.tem nmt
uuriiv the blood, they are the ter) U-*t remedy l have
evi r 'known, and l van evmtideutly recomuuud them to
my fHeu.1*. \oura, J. V. Ill MLS.
\V viiHitv, Wyoming Co.. X. Y., <>et- 1
In VK sm: I amusing vour t at hart to Mil* ill mv prae
t,,. . an-1 hud them mi ex.VI lent purgative to cleanse tlie
a* at. ti» ami uu.'i - i the /<<•! it nm of t-ltiMf.
systemauap . ^^dAM, M. l>.
Conat I nation. fo.ttrene.*, Supprra.lon,
Hh.uioutt.nl. Gout, Neuralgia, Drop*),
Porolysla. Fits. rtf.
From Or. J. T. fsajila, .Uiatrol, Canatlu.
T. «> much raunot N- said of vour l‘lll* for the run- of
rnoirrn. s. If other* or oar fraternity have found them
a. m.-1-lou* a- I have, they *liouhlJota me m prva-latm
... I, ..,r ben. lit of the miillitu-h-* who suffer from
thT.t romplaint, win. 11. although tsul enuugh iu it->If, i*
til tiro- .‘into. of.. !i r* that an-wore. 1 U-ll.-te cai
" t.. ort_i. d m the lit.r.but your HU*ailect that
or;.dU and ciuv tin*
f n'W 1 fra. Slwrt, Vhytuian ami MitUrift* BotloiU
1 liii 1 iud* or two L'»r^% •low' of v«»ur 1*111“, tnk<*u at lilt*
pmis-r time, an- . x.Ab nt promotive* of the Mfur.ll
L when wholly or partially suppressed,ami also
very liTeetual to rUu./r the d .mash and .,/*/ u*.m*.
Tln v are so mueh Hie heat physic we hate that I rv.-om
m< ml no oilier to my patieul*.
From Ilir l: -. Or. Baa-tri,o/lhr .VdhoAid F.pi*. Chur. h.
PlUSkl llor<i . Savannah, Ga., Jan. <1, IwM.
U. vx.vl:11- Siii : 1 'l.tiuld 1»* ungrateful for the rv-!i«T
\ mr -kill has brought me it I did not report my ea*
to v'ou V . old set; 1 I In uiv limlu. au.l brought on ex
SSSlng ..*.*.1*. P--..-S y *-ii 1.-.I Inrhn..e rhrn
mfti.oo. N i with I .ii.iiii-r 1 had tile !»-t of physk iaua,
the di'.-ae- ■ t w worse and worse, until hv tlu- advi.-e of
vour .-xi-ellvut agent ut Baltimore, l»r. Mark, lelie. 1 trkd
vour IV. I*. I I tr > :'.- et* were slow, hut sure. Hv per
aeverlli; in tie- use of them, I am uow entirely well.
Si n vrs: Cll vuiim:, Baton Rouge, La.,5 1 *•■"., laM.
Du. WKlt: I have bivu entirely curxxl, by vour Pill*.
zzrgz6 ^y's^ubSlu
da . roa* m a publl. pill, from the.IreadftlUon*. -lmmtv*
that (ke-iueutly l.dlosr it* lueantioua use. rmtus ixiulam
no im-reury of mineral *uh*tanee whatever.
Pries. 25 cents per Box, or 5 Boxes for $1.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYEE &, CO., Lowell, Mass.
Sold, Wholcal# and Rctalc, by Pl’RCELL, LADD t CO., Rlcf
cion I. Va . N. r. RIVES a CO., Psltrxbi-rg ; J. U. SEAY, Lynch
Bar*; an* h* all druitrl*!* and merchant* aplli -,s*tm
tfRKAT Sul THEK.Y HAT AM) CAP MiM FACTORY.
JOHN DOOLEY,
81 N AIN JiTREKT, Hl( H.HONU, VA„
MANUFACTURER AND DIALER IN FLO, STRAW, LEGHORN,
PANAMA. *Orr. AND MOLESKIN WJMS UATB.
f HAVE now rowdy my Spring stock of Hata,
l Capo, and Straw Goods, to which 1 would In
vite t:>e attention of the merchants of Virginia,
North Carolina and Tennessee, confident of tny
ability to supply the*® with everything they may
war*, ’n my Use, on as good terms as they can be
procured in ary market In the country.
My stock will be kept constantly Ml, by the addition of anythin*
that Is new or desirable Having gr«*tly Increased my manufac
turing faculties, many durable styles will be of my own manufac
Vttr^ My Bl* k Moleskin Hat is sUll In the front rank, and is equal
if not superior to anything produced In the countrv.
My assortment of Boys’, Misses and Children s Richly Trimmed
Hats and Flats, of all the different styles of Braid and Leghorn, can
not be tsceUed. , . „ ._.
Ka Military Goods, I can furnish anything required. My sloes
of the various qualities of Army ** Regulation " HaU, » vsty oom
plete, and any of the different styles of Hals or Caps made to ordei
%l short notice. _ rvT VT
JOHN P» OLaT.
I a p a VKSiTh AT .1 \ PA NESE HAT.
JAPANESE HAT.
IUST RECEIVED ih»t NEW anil BEAUTIFUL SUMMEI
01 MCE SOFT HAT, Ik* * VvMCIfiER.
No. 167 Mein etreet.
FOR HPHlNCi AND SUSimKR. Q
I have In (tore end for tele, on the moot accommodating term*
I. a rtrsk-rate saaottmcni of llau, sdsptod to the present and ap
iirotcLliU season, as follows: _
Soft felts, of every varleiy of shape and colour, that hai
been produced.
Moleskin llau. of the latest styles
Pearl Caasemeres, do. do.
Drab Beavers, do. do.
Panasia Mats
Leghorn HaU, of White. Brown, and Tea Color
lullsn and Pedalc Braids
Pay all Bv%l«*s
White and ColM German Straw Braids
ChlMren sStraw Caps
Children’s Leghorn Hats
Men * Boy* *nd Children’* Poltn Uof Hot*.
BJ3 JOHN THOMPflOM, ST Main at.
m JAPANEAR FR
CUNCEHAT.
JUST RECEIVE" AT 7$ MAIN STREET,
THE JAPAPASESE OI HCE H AT.
gagnom mco ago uomt
FOR THE SEASON,
CalLand get one _
^ R. L. DICKINSON,
Successor to
j^p4—%f Binford/Dickioson k Welsl|er.
Galvanized rump chain
Chaln Pump Mature*
«<U Chain and Wheel*
Fur oale rheop, by
CLARKSON A ANDERSON,
j.], _ Wo. 106 Molo «L
BRADY'S PUBLISHING HOUSE.
HEW BOOKS JUST ISSUED.
PTHEL TREVOR ; or, The Duke’* Victim, ly 0. W. M
Ci Rctooum. Price SO cenln.
Pail Life; or, Memoir* of the Marsala of Waterford.
Trice IS cent*.
Kipoae of the Ron* of m«lt«. “ 11 “
fbe CheTmlleF D’Harmculal. By A Dr*a*.
Pile* SO coni*
Peattlng*. Every mother.’ Book t Do »ot lctyoo
Ohlid Die. Price IS cent*.
I^-Malled. free of portage, on receipt of price.
The Welcome GattLt flrabclaa* Family Monthly Newt
paper, loeueti at the loor rate u/TwDTT-Fir* Ca*t* a YaaK Sen
'BrTjy't Mammoth Catalogue of all the be*t hooka **n
fro* of poouge. FREDERIC A. BRADT, PuMlaher,
It Ann fllnct, New York.
Agent* wonted.__
ARTESIAN MINERAL WATER,
Fftoa THE tKTESlA.S" well.
LOUISVILLE, KISTCCKY.
WE hare ju*t recelrel u supply of thU very celebruled Mi.ieri
Weter, and will hercaLer be able lo eupply onr cuatome'
w th It regularly.
To s person In ths enjoyment of ordkury health, as an occaaioc
al drub. the Artesian Mineral Water I. highly beneficial a» a «
ie. It U alar recommended by th* fleet Fhyalclana in LouiaellU
K*„ aa‘‘an exceedingly veloeble remedy lo many chronic die
at***.” For Dyspepsia, Coatlveneaa, De-angement of the Lire!
fereou* Diseases, trout, Ac.. It li peculiarly adapted.
MEADE A BAKER. PharmaetollrU,
Jyl ISA Main at. nor, shoe. Perl Office,
PRICES PUT DOWN.
GREAT Inducement* will be offered lo
Rich Printed Organdie* and Jaconet*
“ Organdie Rohe* at aaerlfle* at |S, original prtc
fr >aa |10 lo |1S
Pari* Prto' ed Bareges, rery rick
Inglleh Range* at gnat bargain*
Mon of tboer cheap Mlaka, f 0 and IB cU
IVta Mhrlee of itl (t/!e* wtU be marked al cioMng »*t .riceat
OaU and lea. CJUUJtlAN A LATH ROP,
I J*U HMal.atreal
Th* snterprisiug proprietor of
CnnTNUTGHOVI WHIMT._
•fl^^^i=s53SSS&S
SEMIrX SSJEEr «ta*Sgi«d ejeS
CULTURAL SOCIETY, and additional testimony from Dr. Jseason,
of Horton, who testifies under oath to Ha absolute purity.
CERTIFICATES. . a
PHn.aDM.rnit, Bept », ISM.
Wm km earrtallv tented the eample ef Cheetnot Grove S hteay
Ingredient of th. WbUky. In GARRET k CAMAC,
Analytical ChemUU.
Hiw You. 3«pt- 3i 18M.
JSKSSussjasSR^Ss
pol»onoM<or*deleterio«VulMUncea 'it H an »n«u^|ur, and
H. Savored quality of -LUky.
March 7, ISM.
I have mad. a chemical analysis «'““'“'''^iX^h^vv'uSi
nut rjpnvf* Whlikv which prove* to b« free from the heavy rwii
X .nd nerfiti; pur. «d unadulterated. Th. floe flavor of
Wo, ..I. bv a WHARTON, JR.,
for Mle by g^* principal Agent
Jal8—fcn lo- "® Wahiat Street Philadelphia.
PITTING IN WHEAT.—Bcllerlng that I have
In my NEW PLOW the beat How In u«f, H _
make this offer to the farmers’ and Plantera. 1 »U1 *■"*“ *****
with three ImplemenU.andlf they arc not hetter than *J“***h^“°*
hare, they can return them to me after trying them, free of charge.
tarirmk supply of Turnlpfc^d ^
g doors above Bt.Cbarlee HoteL
sash, bunds and dooks.
HAWING AND TURNING.
THE Oldest Establishment In Richmond, where may he ha had
the above article*, in t*r/tction, at the shortest notice.
Being confident of giving entire satisfaction, the subscriber toll
cabl^tVnd^arpenlcrs^TurQlng^u'h^b'uslnrtsdbe^ubnc^sn now
have^elr work *«—«
donian & CO.,
Commission Merchants.
HHOCKOE BLIP,
Klrlimoud, Virginia, # _ ._
C0NTINU1 to give particular attention to the saloof Tobanoo,
Wheat, Corn, Cotton or other country produce, consign oatu
ef which are respectfully aoUclied._j*«-d»m_
JAB. M. GOGOIN, D. G TRADER, *■ ,W-.hnSSSn
formerly of Virginia. Memphis. _r«™'r'*L°.w.'*r*to*a
lilllil.lN, TR ABEK Sc HOLT,
COTTON AND TOBACCO FACTORS,
c.rot ere, Ret tiring, Forwarding and
Commission M.evchants,
Ivll-lv Ngi-napbla. Tenn.
VIRUINI A
BURNING AND LUBRICATING COAL OILS.
THE GREAT KANAWHA COAL AND OIL COMPANY,
"Consisting of Kama cirasaa or ocs owwSTava, has appointed us
Agents fur the sale of their justly celebrated
BURNISH AND LITIIRIOATINH COAL. 01I.S,
the quality of which Is warranted rras and nuDDlTUUTSD.
We Invite the attention of Apothecaries and.Dealeni throughout
lg, State to our supply, which will be large and sold by tnAotestjfs
.mil/ at the lowest Factory prices. _
jell—U
VAM'AUI.E lMIMtOVEJIEVT.
LEATHER can be thorough!/ tanned arltliootthe me of bark. In
any form whatever, and at a sav ug of more than two hundred
per cent In the price of material*, and in one-twelfth the Umc re
q aired by the old process. . ,
It wtll be tested by experiment, and »hown to any who red inter
qi «d In the inbjcct, _
Heavy Hide* will be tanned In from SO to SO daya
Light Hide* In from 1U to 10 daya.
Kip or Calf Skin* In from S to 6 daya.
Buck, sheep. Hog or Goat Skin*, In oae day.
B v thla proeeaa, a better article of Leather la made, being head
er tougher, more Itnpervloua to water, and a prettier article. In
fa t the old mode of tanning la utterly Incapable of making ao
good an article of Leather, and 1 will submit it to the decision ol
any competent Judged , ,
One of the pt Ir.ctole articles used for tanning by thla process, la
a common plant, growing spontaneously over the couulry, and may
te obtained simply by cutilngU-* _ .
Any person wishing to ottam an Interest In this process, width
la all confidence loficrto the public, can addreea
Liberty, Bedford county, V a.
febJ-fim Proprietor.
•See further notice In the Tlrglnle lnd>k.
MaVC’HESTEK IKO.l WOKRS,
South End of Mnyo’n Bridge, HUliiuottd, Va.
U 0 B ■ K T BAIRD, PROPItlKTOK.
I AM prepared to furnish Plana and Estimates, for the erection
of Flour, Grist and Sow Mill*, of the most approved conalruc
lion. Steam Engines. both Portable and Stationary, Railroad
work. Tobacco Factory Fiatures, In fact, Irou and Brass CASTINGS
of every description. ,
Having a largo colectlon of Pattern*, I am prepared to nil or
dw I at short notice. 1 am aim the only manufacturer In Virginia
or the Improved Jonva! Turbine Water Wheel, whleh has given
entire satisfaction to those that have them In oae. This wheel Is
well adapted to high and low hence, and not aUeete'l by beck wa
ter. Apply alihe works, or address ROBERT
rr IUchmond,Va.
I take thle method of returning my thanks to my friend* and the
public for the liberal patronage bestowed on me for the last twelve
year*, and hope, by strict attention to business, to mcrlta continu
anreafOk.Soma. tOBEKT BAIRD,
RICHARDSON’S
I li 1 S II LINENS,
DAMASKS, DIAPERS, Ac.
CONSUMERS of RICHARDSOII’R LINEN:*, and those deslrou*
of obtaining the GENUINE GOOD:*, ehould see that the arti
cles thev purchase are sealed with the full name of fr.o firm,
J. .N. KirHalltDSONy S«»SA OUI)f.N,
aa a guarantee of the si*uuilaeM and durability of the Kooda.
This caution la rendered essentially necessary, aa larg* quant!
tics of Inferior and defective Linens are prepared,JjUon after
»eai« n aud scaled with the name of KIOUARDflON, by Irish
Haases. who regardless of the Injury thu» Indicted alike on the
American cooauaer and the manufacturer* of the K-nuine Goods,
wtll not readily abandon a business so profitable, while purchaser*
can be ln.po.sd on with fioode^worihl;,.
leg_\y Agent*, at! Church ataeet, New Tork. _
>TO TICK OF CO-FAB CNEIEMI!!* .-LUTHER
I LIBBY, of Richmond, aud AllK.tUA'I 111 RIOS, of Peters
burg Va., have- formed a co-partnership, under the atyle of LIBBY
I BURTON, tor the purpose of conducting n Grocery, N.tlp
Cl.andl.rT amt (omml«*lon lliiaimaa, at the old
aund of Lutl.er Libby, corner doth and Cary- nre-eUAlrhmond.
ABRAHAM BURTON.
Richmond, Feb. 10th, ISM.
T HAVE to offer my thanki to my friend* and coatcraere fer fbr
i m r liberal patronage, and to ask a continuance of the tame
to the new business of Li»»v k Bcaron. LUTHER LIBBY.
Richmond, Feb. 10,1600.___fcg»-tf
BKOWJflMG, MOORE CO.,
AUCTIONEERS,
FOR THE SALE OF NEGROES,
Will give their undivided attention to the sale of Negroes,
nr- office on Franklin, a few door* below Wall street,
gr Open for businea* on Monday, Feb. 0, 1->M
Jadl—dactf __
gXCHANGK IIOTKL HO(I8E._
In presenting this card to the public we return many cordial
thanks to our generous patron* for the klodtica* we have received
at their handa, aud hope that the Neva Order of AII.lira,
to be Initiated Sept 1, 1'W, will receive the same encouragement
that our previous effurta an I labors to accommodate gucele have
mMe«nL JOnN P mn«l THOMAS K. BALLARD are now the Pro
prietor* of the Establishment, ami each one pledges hlmielf to de
what tlie comfort, convenience and requirement* of the'r guests
demand. _ .
We desire to keep and maintain, what our Licmaa calls for, a
FIRST CLASS IIOTKL) and we promise to u*e renewed
? leruon* lo rentier me — - —-• -
With polite agents, an4 ready, prompt and attentive servant* we
shall endeavor to afford complete satisfaction to the travelling
P°N. U. A previous card, long since published lo counteract the
Influence of a baselcaa rumor. Is sufficient proof that our establish
meut haa never been closed, aud that, since be publication, we
have been In better condition lo entertain visiters than theretofore.
AU rumors as to closure, or Intended closure, »e desireourjiieeide
to notice os false, and sfrnrip.r., Intending to visit us, as wilful
•Isrepresentatlnn*._anal tT
ETTESGGR A, E1BMOMD,
RICHMOND, VA.,
BlIKrrs of
Portable and Stationary
ENGINES,
UW-niLI.ll, HtILHOAD WOllK, *e.
STEAM FIRE ENGINES,
Of TBS MOST ArritO VED PLAIT
AID
made In the Very Bent Manner,
Warranteel equal <« every rerjtecl lo any of the arrow efserl
Puffin* huilt either North or West, J*23—«sn
Ells Is IE’S
tov"""'")* Impenetrable Cltlllcsl Iron
nu AND BCR3LAR-FR00I
SAFES,
Bteurtd with Lillie’* ^ntrnl
('ombinutlon Po wdef*
Proof Locks, forsaleby
_ 0. J. dlNTON A 00.,
— Agents, Richmond.
JH» __ _ _
JOII* €• MI Al l K A ce»
DRAPERS AND TAILORS,
EXCHANGE BUILDING,
14th STREET, RICHMOND, VA.
Would rrupcclfnlly call attention to their new style* of
Spring and Summer Goods.
r mhl ___ __
WA CASKS OF WHISKEY, WAKHANTEDU
>)lj be it years old, and equal to any thing of the kind to b<
j found, ter sale by _ M JoNkA
1IM. FRESH Dll V ROODS. 1MC
ELLETT & DR K WRY.
iamart** axn josasaa or
DRY GOODS,
Wo. 17 Pearl Street, BlehmonH, V«.
WE have In store, and are now receiving, black and white ani
fancy English Prints; black and colored English Cambrics
rolled Jaconet*; Manchester, Glasgow end Errnch Ginghams, Al
1 pacas, Irish Uncns, Blay Linens, Burlaps, farmer,1 Batin, Wow
, led Cords, Ac., Ac., rf our ow n Importation, selected i
the European markeU In person, by our agent, Mr. William Bell
W. have also In stock, a large assortment of American fabric*
suited to the present season, which we will sell on the most favor
; ubielctmttulhatrad*. ELLETT A PREWBT,
removal.
C'l EO J SUMMER a CO.. Importers, wholesale and retail deal
I ers In China, blase, Queebswsre and House furnish log Goods
- respectful'y anonuooe to the tro Uc thatt ey have removed to Iheli
n, a store Iron BulldL gs. Governor e reel, where, with greatly In
created facilities for business, they bop* to be favored w.th a con
tlnuanee of th* eaten.lv* patronage bestowed upon them st hel
« old stand. They have now on hand, a verv Isrge and compleb
stock, which they oler to the tea- * and at retail on a* favorabh
terms m any rerilir bouii In ibe country. Importing omr owi
Goods direct and la very large quantltlee, wear, prepared lo o««
-, Ualucementa to buyer*. A call la solicited._
great UMucemeut* to o y Ql0. j. BUMMER A 00.,
- Iyou Front Hulldlnp,
u^l! Soyantf hmL,
1m SPRING TRADE. 1860.
DOGGET ft ANDEDMDN.
COWER OF GOVEWOK AND FRAHIUH STREETS.,
BCtt
'“'M’contoZ and
SSjKd&SdUi hslr, hair Hoth and phuh^co^r.
etirrmely low for caoh, or topunctsel bnyoa,»• 5JL-“JKTJJ1J
•d •» *» l’*P" “taPA0l,pJ~M“n^dln“/anyU.lDK^
SSuS/irillfind It greatly tolhelr
look At oar stock and prices bsfsre baying 9*e*nm_*P*'_
SASH, BLIND AND DOOM
Manufactory,
CORNER 7Tit AND MAIN STREETS, RICHMOND, VA.
MERGER & HILL
AMC5satr%SsrSSSS
machinery sod the be* quality of material., tbry win war ant
^Pe BM who are fllheMDulldinYor pairing, are rcpectfufly to
*gr (^toTltaTSl country will r.celr. promptaHentlon
We parrhur G1m§ st factory pricss, and are enabled to furnish
■**hi ly **lh* l0W,,i r*Ut MKRCER A HILL.
80EBBELER fc SCHMIDT’S
FIRST PREMIUM PATENT OVERSTRUNG
PIANOS,
WITH FULL
IRON FRAME BRACE, StC.
THt 8UB30RIBKR haring Juit received a fine amortment of
the above KXHUI8ITB IN8IUUMKNTB; Invite* the attention
of thr public to their lnepectlon.
Mraereral good „cond hand *-« *» *»g
18th Street, opposite Bank Street,
Jel8—dBm ___(Belrtn1* Building.)
UGHTE fc SSbURRT'8 PIAS08.
WI CALL the attention of the clttiens of Rich
mond, and Virginia, to our Piano Forte, which,
we hare placed with Mr. Canal, that their qualltlee.b
In every reepect, may he teated by the elde or the!
famed Chlekerlng1!. . . ..
We warrant afl our Planot, and can .how a* high and aanume
rotu testimonial, a. any factory In the country. All of which ean
U££? Mr. Caruri'. on BroadBUect.^ door
CHICKERING PIANOS.
A I ■ JfTW and full eupply of theae eplendld lnitni
ment. have been received. •**
In addition to the beautiful Boll de Noli, theClr- f^T^T]
cular Action, and the Grand, we have now the Bou-11 W I I*
dolr, a beautiful Instrument of un upright form.
The Chlekerlng. have received 88 flret prise medal., all over re
nowned competitor* and from flr*l rank inetltntlon* and fair* of
America and of Kurope. They hare manufactured and .old more
Plano, than any factory In the world.
From th. Chlekerlng. have emanated th« be.t and mod perma
nent Improvement! that hare brought the Plano to It. present per
fection; and by thr great capital they hare Invested In manufac
turing convenience*, they can sell fully fifty percent, cheaper than
any other factory. None of their Instrument* leave the wareroom
without having been fully Inspected by the best artliU.
A. this factory ha. never more than one agency in a city, In
Richmond these Instrument* can only be sold by the lobscrtber.
The factory warranto all Pianos we sell. Ordere promptly at
tended to. ... . ,.. . „
Wareroom., north ride of Broad street, near Bth, and at Uablla
ton A Brother1*, No. 1*8 Mainstreet_.
NATH'I. CARU8I, Role Arer.t
OLD DOMINION INM RAM K COMPANY
Capital 1800,(Hid I
twice far the i.rttmt 1!K> Main Slrtti, */«kire abort Ik*
This Company to now prepared to receive applications for FIRE
AND MARINE INSURANCE on favorable terms.
buuctoh:
flab. Wortham, John W. Oreanor,
John I rulers, Oeo. 8. Pa'mer,
Sami. M. Price, Wm 8. Triplett,
B. P. Ladd, 8. C. Tardy,
Jno. Stewart Walker, Wm. Currie,
Luther R. Spllman, Ja*. R- Crenshaw,
Peter C Warwick, John H. William*,
Ja*. 8. Kent, Mark Downey,
Horace P. Edmond, Thoe. Jones,
J*t M. Talbot, Edwin A. Smith,
Griffin It. Dav.uport, Ro. A. Paine,
fleo. W. Yancey, Ko. V. William*.
Jos. Brammol. Wm. P. Ragland,
Wm. Brent, Henry C Cabell,
Ro. U. Manrey, Oeo. W. Royster.
ISAAC DAVENPORT, Ja, President.
Cut* E. WoKTBiB, Sec’y. _ ms95 tf
Fire ■usHranru, uanuti lusRrRiicc.
THE FIBUINIA KillE % MARINE INSURANCE COMPANF.
Ornou No. 181 Min Sraarr, Ricnuoun, Va.
CASH CAPITAL. $200,000.
CHARTERED In 1 £89, and having, durinf Its existence of twenty
six vesrs, met eUli.vs for loss to the extent of largely over a
VI ILL ION OP HOLLA UN, It refers to the history of the
taxt *« affording the very best guarantee for the future.
Being a VIRGINIA COMPANY, Its profits are distributed amongst
her cllltena, and Ita Capital used to promote the success of her
Commercial and Mechanical Industry. ....
ltv the long acquaintance of this Institution with the Insuring
Public, It has become familiar with their Interest*, and no pain*
will be spared, or Information wltlihcld, on the part sf Its OfBcsn
that will tend to Injure accuracy and give satisfaction.
To Farmers and Country Merchant* we can refer—from the very
extensive country Insurance already secured—to highly respectable
cltiiens in almost every portion of the State.
Applications for Plrs or Marine Insurance, addressed to the
Pres! dent or Secretary, will receive prompt attention.
W. L. OOWAKDIN, President.
fmiis Wnia, Ja., Secretary. mhlJ—ly
Fire, Life uud Marine Innurnuce.
THE RICHMOND FIRE ASSOCIATION with a cash capital and
surplus of nearly 8350,000, Is prepared to Issue policies
on the above descriptions of risks on a* reasonable terms a* any
similar lnatltmion In the State, and rejpccUully a<k a share of the
patronage of the public. Applications will be reeelved at the of
fice No. 18» notth east comer of Main and 11th streets, where the
officer* will cheerfully give any Information required.
All losses promptly and liberally adjusted.
DIRECTORS:
Cha*. T. Wortham, John H. Clalborna,
Wm. C. Tompklna, Robert M. Burton,
John J. Wilson, Tho*. A. Rust,
Ale*. Garrett, Oeo. N. Gwathmey,
John T. Sublets, Frs J. Barns.
DAVID CURRIE, Prest.
Rnsnar A. TonratE*. See’y. •'**
NEW YOKE LIKE INSURANCE K).>11'ANY.
MUTUAL SYSTEM.
Capital * I .MOO.OOO.
ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS deposited with the
Comptroller of the Stale of New York, and out of the hand*
of the Company to secure policy holder*.
Diriuasiw «»b* ssacAU-v o* * stuuv Liberal Principle.
Forty per ct of the premium on Life Pollcle*, srtll be touted the
Insured when the premium exceeds 880.
Policies Issued and payable to the Insured on arriving at a cer
tain *ge, or to Lite family of the Insured at death, should that event
happen prevloualy to arriving at that age.
Endow Sent POLICIES for children, granted on the most favor
able term*.
Pollcle* Issued at greatly reduced rates of premium, when ths
Insured prefers not to participate In the dividend*.
All losses paid promptly and without litigation.
Wo ahall be pleased to have you call at one* and secure a policy
In this old and reliable Company which come* before you endors
ed by your own clttoena. _
WORTHAM A WYATT, Agento,
Office 190, Main street,
Few door* above Post Offloa.
ORAL % WORTHAM,
General Agent and Attorney
for the Company In Ta
MEDICAL EXAMINERS :
Jab. H. CogwAT, M. D. 1
Ro. T. Oolsuii, M. D. f
mh8l __
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL. *500,000!
THE PLANTERS RAFINtiS BANE,
OF THE CITY OF RICHMOND.
Tne PLANTERS SAVINGS BANK, having an ample 0**h Cap
ital an.l chartered by the Legislature of Virginia, will receive
Denosltesof Flwo Boilers and upwards, on which Interest
Will be piilU at Hie rate OI BU per cenium prr annum II
»tx months, or Flee per centum per anuum If leas than alx monlha
Interest payatle Sent I-A ■■liuatly, If desired.
Dcposites received at their office, at the store of Messrs. Duke A
Hutcheson, No. 40 Mala Street.
J. 1. WIU<ON, Preeldenl
A. A. Hirrowuenn Treasurer. mall—lP
out DOMINION SAVINGS BANK,
OP RICHMOND,
CharUrtd by iht Ugulolure of Virginia.
THIS INSTITUTION will receive DEPOSITS, or. whlrh an Inter
sil of tlx per cent per annum will be paid on all sums remain
ing longer than six monlhx, and five per cent, for a aherter time.
Depos'ta received at the Insurance office of Messrs. Woavitxs A
Wtatt, No. 1W Main at, by tne TaxxsrasB,
OH AS. Y. M0KR1S8, / rrwfenl
JOS P. SWORDS, Sfrrrtary.
CUAS. K. WORTHAM, lYtwurtr.
DiaaoTMas:
Ohai. T. Morrlss, „ H. Conway,
John Dooley. R° H. Bosher,
Geo W. Wllliama, A. B. McClelland,
John O. Chiles, R- «• Morris*.
Jno. F. Regnanlt, J. H- Starke,
Wm. Brent, Ro. J. Rchols,
E. M. NI in mo, A- E Dickinson,
Tbos. J. Starke, Joa P. Swords,
Joe. P. Cottrell, Wm. B. Pleasant*,
Pol A. Myers, Jno. 0. Shafer,
Wm. C. Braceal, J*x. J Dornln,
Wm. H. Maddox, Chax. E. Wortham,
anil dSm__ _____ __
UNION HALL.
SARATOGA SPRINGS, MEW YORK.
THIS we'l known Hotel pleasantly located on the weat tide of
Broadway, and opposite the celebarttd Congress Springs,
0PE*8 FOR VISITORS,
June 15th, for the *«-n»on,
By the addition. Just flnlxhed, of a handsome brick building, two
hundred and forty-one feet long, by fifty flve foot wide, and flee
stories high. It Is rouehlbe largest Hotel In the place, havings
front of or rOne Thousand feet, and can accommodate oyer One
Thouaand guests. , , ...
The Dining Hall, Kitchen and laundry, are unsurpassed In this
country. In extent and completeness, and prbablv In the world,
The Court, inclosed by the main building and family cottages,
forms a lawn of several acres In extent, lnter-eclcd with shaded
walks A fine band of motto btlouglng to the house will be In al
tendance during the season
Carriage-houses sre also attached to the premises, affording eve
ry facility lor excursions for the accommodation of guesta.
The management of Union Hull we 'rust, will iniet with the ap
proval of all who may honor us wl'h their patronage
jr»t-1m PL'fNAM A PsYNK. Proprietors,
lruKK'S OOO.HB I KK BANDCBJI
NT PANY, Hxxvroau, Coxxxi-rictrr. wanufaelwre
WORK'.' PATENT on •METER CARRIAGE BANDH. |
which are durable, cheap, and efficient, tn-asurlny I
with unerring accuracy any distance passed over l
by the vehicle to which they are attached. These
estra-flnlshed Bands cost but a trifle more than lafarior Ban It
without the Odometer.
P. 8.—Good, reUahle Agents, waited lu all parts of the country.
Please send for circular!. mylO—3m
NOTICF.—Having sold mv Tools, Slock In Trade and good
will to Mr. Oso SviaxxvT.my Menus and customers will please
call on him tor any work they mar require.
Very respectfully,
WM. BOWDEN, Ja.
PIV18IIINO, OAS FITTINO, TI«NINft, Ac.,
done In the best manner, anJ wl h dispatch. Estimates furn
ished for buildings Furnace! and Ranges of tbs m-et approved
patterns. Always on hand a large and desirable stork from which
to select. oro. 8TARRKTT,
mayl Bclvln's Row, Goveraorsl
NOTICE TO L4DIEN.
WE wonld call t .a attention of the Ladl-s and the travelling
public generally, to the fact that we hare this day received
by stvamcr, a very large and varied asaortm'.rtof I-sdl-t’ Sarato
ga 1 rucks, ablch arc made In Ihc most modern stylia, haring the
Bonnet Boxes In the top, which readers them deeldedly more con
venient for packing. 8 me of them are very large s’xe and la lev
ered with the very heaviest and moat substantial sail duck. All
who may wl.h a complete, handsome and snb-lantlal travelling
oul-flt will please call and examine on- stock, we 'eel fully as
sured that w. shall be able to pleasa them, both as the quality of
goods and psdsa. PUTNEY A WATTS,
}f !« IN III Main street, Richmond,
RAILROADS, &C.
Exfrbitioun, comroKTA- rs’a—c
ULK aid MOST EOONOMIoAL ROUTE to
1KIVIRGINIA SPRINGS, VIA THE R'OUMO.iIJ « IiaNVILLI,
KH TH-H E, AND VIROIKIA A TENNESSEE RAILROADS AND
OPPOSITION LINKS OP BTAGKS, Inaunng to tin tnvallar ample
non, attention and I >w fare..
Por Greenbrier White Sulphur and the Sweet Spring., t'ckela to
Bonaack'a Depot, ft!«; thence by oppneitloo linn ofeiogn to the
Sweet Spring, hylic prttnt raft trf tog* flirt, |* tad to the
Greenbrier White Sulphur, %■! SA, being |h.M> I® tbe bweet and $»■
40 to the Greenbrier While Sulphur Springe. There are ate* ap
portion Baea of Stage, tunnlne from Salem depot via th* Roan
oke Red Sulphur Spring!, and a Bn* of Magee from the Montgom
ery White Sulphur Spring*, via the Moautaln Lake and Salt Sul
phur Springe to the Ore uoner White Sulphur Spring*.
Por Oolner’a Spring*, parckaat ticket* to Eonaa A'. It-pot, price
* Fo- Roanoke led Sulphur Spring!, purchaae ticket* to Salem De
^ro^AUeghany Sprtnga, purchaae Uckete to ShawiriUa, price
* Por Montgomery Whit* Sulphur Springe, purchaae Uckete to Big
Tuonell, price S8.IB. . .
Por Yellow Sulphur Springe, purehaee Uckete to ChrleUaneburg
^Vor \yS Red Sulphur Sprlop, purchaae Uckete to Dublin Depot,
Prl0e »» *°- B. H. GILL,
Je29—dSm Gtn’l fup’t V*. A TennR. E.
~KlCHMON» AND DANVILLE KA1LKOAP.
18G0. Arr-BEe-. -i. 1H60.
TO TUt VIRGINIA SPRINGS AND TUt SOVTll AND
SOUTH WEST.
Leave Richmond, dally, (8und»y« excepted) atT 4. M , for June
lion, (Burkevllle.t Lynchburg, Brlatol, Knoxville, Dalton, Chatta
nooga, Atlanta, Naahvtlle, Grand Junction, MempU., Montgomery,
Mobile, Jackaon, Tlcktburg und New urleam
Leave Richmond dally, (except Sunday*,) at 7 o'clock, A. M., for
Danville, *1, and Ureeoiboro' N. 0. Alio, for the Montgomery
White, Yellow Sulphur, Alleghany, 8»e*l, Red Sweet, Whit* Sul
phur, Salt Sulphur and Red Sulphur Springe.
y RKTUENINO,
Love Danville dally, (except Sunday*.) at B o'clock. A., M-, and
Junction (Burkcrillc) 10:10, A. M , and arrive In Richmond at 1:10,
P. M.
The Mall and Paaarnger Train, connect both waye w th the South
Sid* Railroad train* to and from Uic Boutliweit at the Junction .nd
with the Richmond, Freder'.ritaburg aud Potomac Kallroud train,
to and from the Sorth at Richmond, and with the York River Rail
road. Aleo, with the Jamei River Steamboat* to Norfolk and Old
P°r*r For Through Ticket* and further Information, apply at the
Ticket Office. ALEX WORRALI.,
Gen'l flop t.
V I It G I NlfTsT R I NG S.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT
FOR THE
VIRGINIA CENTRAL RAILROADi
IMPROVED FOR I860!
WITH LITTLE OR NO NIGHT TRAVEL COMPARED WITH
OTUKR L1NIS.
THIS WELL-KNOWN ROUTE,
VIA
RICHMOND AND STAUNTON
TO THE
VIRGINIA SPRINGS,
Oll. ra till* Year Improved Coinfor* l»y Ketlu
riug (be tvlcl.t Travel wi.lt h,
moiled to ti.<- grtalrr Ratlotp ol the
Kailua writ aa (he Map. port
ol till* Line, com.ni. nda It
to all plraiuri,afeeiu‘ri «•» wimI ms Infillii.
TUIHTY MILES OF STAG NG OVKR TINE TURNPIKES TO
TUK WHITE SULPHUR kPKlNOS!
AGAINST
SIXTY POUR MI LIS STAOINO OVER ROUGH ROADS BY
ANY OTHER KOUTK.
MORE COMFORT AND QUICKER TIME!
PA8Sfc.NO ICRS leave Riehraocd at 6 30, A. M., dloe at Staunlon
and arrive at the tennlnu* of the Railroad bj rea«h Gal
laehan'a Celebrated Bland b/ # P. M . and leaving afu-r Break.4*1
and arrive at the Wt lie Sulphur or Sweet Spring, by 12 M.,»econl
day. being at 1 art live hourt In advance of any other line —
Should a party unit** In requeuing It, they will have the pr.vilere
of leaving CalUgbaVa In time to arilre at the Springs to brtakf.*'.
Three going to the Rockbridge Alum, path Alum, or WarmSprlng*.
take the Stage* at MillborooK»» Depot, where they arrive at 4:80 I*.
II , and reach thoae Spring* retpecilvelv to aupper the same da*.
Those gwlmr to tie llct or Headng Spring*, *t»y all night at the
Warm Sprints, sncl i«*ave mere nrai moniiuE ■« “, J J J.
Hot or UraiioK breakfast. Passengers for BtrlMnf s Springs,
take the stage al Staunton. Those for Ro< kbildga Bath, at Gcsken,
arriving at each place respectively to supper.
Through Tickets
AT THE PRICES NAMED BKLOW.
Can be procured al the ticket oBce in Richmond.
RATES OF FARR FROM RICHMOND.
whitb rwumxa. cot'an bkxvaxtr.
To Wh'.te Sulphur .I1* JJ ®2 K
Sweet Sulphur. “ }»
IleaUi K SprlogS. JJJJ IK
Rockbridge Alum. S 7,. 7 W)
Btrlbtlog's Alum. 7 ?ft C 0J
Ro khrldfe Bath* —. b .V) J* *5
Mt ntjrom< ry White Balphar. ... H *J5 6 90
Children over .1 and not over 1*2 years of age, half the price for
white persons . , _ .
rir~N<»TlCR.—Through Ticket* can be procured In Charleston
attheoffici of the Nor he*stert Hnllroad C n.p'ny, and InPt
ersbu g at thr office of the Richmond and Peterehurg RaMroad Co.;
and In Norfolk at the office of the Norfolk • ivi« tburg Co., the
Vorc River Railroad Co , and the office of John Dickion, agent of
the J ■*rc.A River Boat Line. Also from Nash'llle and potato :outl •
wrest bv Lynchburg and Charlottesville to ail the Bpr nrs.
7 THUS. HUDAMKAI),
General Bupt, Va., Central Railroad.
II&iMAfl, Ma*ox k Co., Etage Proprietors.
Jy4—Sm
VIKCilMIA CENTRAL RAILROAD.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Mail and Passenger Train.
IEAVK Richmond dally at 6:10 A M., fur (tordunaviU-, and
j dally (except Sunday*) for Jackaon • Rleer and intermediate
.t>■ 11• 11:a. Conti.cling at llordonavill*, with the Orange and Alrx
audita Railroad for Alexandria and Intermediate Sta Ion*, and at
Ohartutteavlile with their train* to. Lynchburg, and point. Weal of
On Hundaya paaaenger* for Charlottesville and Lynchburg tak
the Orange and Alexandria Train at Gordouatdlle.
llatman, M.»on and Company’* Stave* connect with the tra n at
t) then for Lexlniton, at Mlilboro for the Rock Alum, Bath Alum,
Warm, Hot and Healing Snrtog*, and at Jackaon'* River forth
Sweet, Red Sweet, and White Su phur Spring*, Lcwlaburg, Ac.
RKllRNINti,
Th! MaB and Paunger Train leave* Jackion'a River daily (ex
cept Sunday*) at 3:l&, P M.
ry Through Ticket* for the Rockbridge and Bath Alum, Warm
Hot, Healing, Wh teSu phur and Sweet Spring*, L-xIngton, Lewlt
burg, Ac alio, for Lynchburg, U.-tatol, Kn xvllte, Chatt»r.oog»,
Naahillle, Huni»rlHc, Marophl*, New Orlean*, and a I wportani
Point, in the South Weal, are te be procur-d at the Tiek-t office.
THOMAS DODAMRAD, •
jx 11 Qsnertl BuperlnUodant
RICHMOND AND TOHK IIIVKit UAILBOAD.
ATTRACTIVE AND CHEAT ROUTE TO OLD POINT
AND NORFol.K.
Faro J&U, Meals Extra.
ON and after Monday, June 11th, Train* CTTr
will run dally, except Sunday* a* follow*: RS ■ NTTW'
Regular panvtigcr train*, .topping only at Meadow, DUpatch,
anil 1 un*t»U’« on »ignaL
Will leave Richmond at T A. M. Will leave Whit* Ilonae at ■
P. M., dally except Sunday*.
Accommodation Train, carrying Freight and Pauengera, will
leave the While llou*e at S B, A. M. will leave Richmond at
4:30, P M„ Tue*day«, Thoraday* and Saturday!.
The new, faet, and commooloua iteamer, We*t Point, Capt J. 0.
Rowe, will leave White Him**, Monday*, Wednesday* and Frt
day*, at S)*. A. M., landing only at WellPoint, Moody'*, Cap
pahorl-k, Bigler'*, Yorktown. Ulouceater Point, arriving in time
for ! Inner at Old Point at 8 P. M , and Norfolk al 3!., P. M.
Returning the Weat Point will leave Norfolk Tuenlaya, Thur»
dayi and Saturday*, at 10*. A M , and Old Point at 1IX, A M .
Uniting only a* above, and arrive at White Honae in time to con
nect with the car*, arriving In Richmond at b P. M.
No B at landing! will be made.
Freight received Tut adaya, Thuraday* and Saturday* for only,
till 3X P, M._M0_THQ3 K HHAHP, Hup't,
NoKTOLK OLD POINT COMFORT AND HAMPTON.
fnSIODBII in 4X hour* lo Norfolk, and in alx hour* to Old
A Point, from Richmond.
The moil condo liable, and expedition* route between Rich
mond and the above place U, by the Richmond and Peteraburg
Road to Peteraburg. thence by the Norfolk and Petenhurg Koao
to Nojiolk, nnd thtDce by ateamer* to Old Point, and Hampton.
MlIXlJtLX.
Leave Richmond at J:Si), P. M., reach Norfolk at 7:S0, and Old
Point at 8:U». P. 31.
For the accommodation of passengers a fish tapper will jt pro
rtded on the boat, between Norfolk aud Old Point
urcuiM.
From Old Point, the boat leaves at 11:80, A. M., and connects
with the cart at Norf Ik, which leave at 1, P. M., reaching Rich
mond at G.30- paseenger* dining on the boat, while between Old
Point and Norfolk. T. H. WYWKK,
jrji—tf 8upH R. and I^R. R.
SOItTII-SIDL RAILKOAI).
ON ANDAFTKK MONDAY THE23d Al'-IS
gust, the passenger Trains, srlll ran as follows:
FROM PKTKRRBURO TO LYNCHBURG.
Mall Train starts dally at 4:30 A. M., reaches Lynchbarg at 19A*
p. m. . , ..... „
Passenger Train itarti dally, except fuadays, at 4:48 P. M.,
reaches Lynchbarg at 13:80 A. M.
PROM LYNCHBURG TO PETERSBURG.
Mall Train start dally at 11 A. M., reaches Petersburg at I P. M.
Pasaeurer Trains starts dally, except Bondayx, at 10:30 P. M ,
reaches Petersburg at 3:80 A. M. _ , _
The*" trains connect with two dally trains to the Springs, Knox
ville, Nashville, Memphis, Ac., to New Orleans
this Is the shortest and most expeditious route to til ports
of Tennessee, Alxhama, Mississippi, Louisans, Arkansas and Texas
The City Point Train leaves Petersburg dally, except Sundays, at
I A. M., and IS Noon, and City Point at 9:80 A. M., and 1:80 P. M.
Extra trains are raa to and from all tho steam packets when ne
esasary. H D BTRI)i
SUM Gensral Baperlnlendanl.
ISttO. NOTICE._ 1860.
TO PASSENGERS GOING NORTH—NEW ARKANGEMET.
IMPORTANT TO TRAVELLERS.
TBROVOB TICKETS AND TI/ROUOB CBECK8.
GREAT NORTHERN ROUTE.
CARRYING THE GREAT UNITED STATES MAIL
TWICE DAILY—Sunday night excepted—between_
RICHMOND, ALEXANDRIA, WASHINGTON,BALTIMORE,PHIL
ADELPHIA, NEW YORK, and all Important points West, via Ae
qula Creek and Washington, aver the
RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG AND fOTOMAC RAILROAD,
To the Potomac River, 78 miles; and by Splended and comfortable
■teamen thrnev to Washington, 88 miles, In all 130 miles In 7 ho an;
being a comfortable ami perfectly safe rate of speed,
nr Hours of departure 6.80 A. M., and 7.00 P. M.
rtf Baggage under charge of Special Agents. CHICKED
THROUGH to Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and Nsw
York.
Through tickets can be procured at the following rates:
To Baltimore. #1 «> T® Washington.• * »
To Philadelphia.J 60 To New York. U 60
To Indianapolis. 88 00 To Pittsburg..14 00
To Cslro....IS 80 To LoulsvlU..96 00
To JeKcraonvllle.98 18 To Newark. 1* 38
To Rock Island. 86 0U To Vlncsnnss.W 00
To Zanesville.o#• a.#o• 1® 00 ...
Passengers breakfast and sup at Ashland, and dine »n board the
comfortable steamen between Acqula Creek and Washington.
gar- For farther Information, apply
Bhockoe UUL B »UvBTON,
Gon’l Tloket Agent.
BAM’L RUTH, Ant I
Offlce R. 1.1 P. R. R. Oo., V
Richmond, Jan. 91. 1969. I_JanlA-M
NOTICE.—Persons wishing to obtain tickets for servants over
the Richmond Frtdertekfhurg and Potomac R. R, for Wash
ington City, and points further North, most. In all cafes be vouch
ed for by some resp nfible white dtlsen of Richmond In person,
known to the omcen of the Road, as no tickets wII be soldlf ap
plied for by letter. A- £•"
maSO—ly Tlckat AgtoL_
Mules, mules and horse*.-i b»« ^
Just received, direct from Kentucky, a vey choice
Don as jw
U TMt M *MUL EDWIN WALKXK
“ U ball ho U rerdpt o< to* *>*. dDo<* to- K»Uoky.
vorv month, tnqmlre as above __* ’L
pss5.rawmr»5SSElSS
IT?AoTiJaSustTm
_HARDWARE.
CLARKROH ft AIDERSOK, ~
No. 106 Rlaln Street, Richmond, TUfllt*.
InrORTRHS of BAKDWABB, CUTLEET, GCNS, Ac., bora
for ial«
4IW0 dot. PoekaA IRraa,
8(00 Ido Enlve* and Porks,
80 do*. I Tory Table and Deaasrt Knlvaa,
100 “ Plated •* “ Pork*,
100 “ Rio* aod Batcher Enlve*,
100 " Eodgera, Wade* and Batched Eased
M “ Essor Strops,
ISO “ flclasori and Rican,
6000 Grcaa Gimlet pointed gcrewa,
MOO do*. Bnu, Table, and other Hinges,
800 eetts Bed and Furniture Gaston,
(000 dos Rim, Pad, Cheat and Stock Locks,
180 gross Tea and Table spoon*,
8000 lb Grillln'e Horae Shoe Nails,
M0 kegs hammered Horae Shoes,
>0 tone Iron Axles.
60,000 Carriage and Plow Bolts, Ac., Ac.
They are also A genu for Palrbankt Scales. _
IV AY LOB’S CAST STEEL.
WE have Ju»t received, of direct Importation, a largo *nd
complete assortment of Nay lor’f and Marshall's beat cart
steel, consisting of
Square snorted from IX to 9X Inches
Octsgon •• “ S to 1X “
Bound Machinery Assorted from X to IX Inches
Double sheer steel assorted; all sites
Mill Pick cast steel “ “
Patent Hammer steel “
Granite Wedge “ “ “
x To which were spectrally Invite the attention of Granite Work
er* and purchasers gen,rally. For aale at lowett rate, by
BAG. DON NAN.
mtyl Iron front W. Block Governor Street.
1800 SPRING TRADE. 1800.
ROBERT J. DENNY,
Deal* r In Hardware, Cutlery, Toole, Ac.,
Embracing every variety of article* adapted for
BUILDERS, MACH IN ISIS, A HOUSEKEEPERS,
No. 90G. abovi m Barks.
1HAVE now In store the largest and most com
plete stock of English, German and American
llanlu arr I have ever had the pleasure to of
fer, and respectfully Invite all In want to examine
the same before purchasing elsewhere. My goods are fresh, and
having been purchased exclusively for cash, I am prepared to of
fer them upon the lowest terms.
In Farmiuji Implements I enumerateHoes.Haod-Plows,
Shovels, Spades, Forkes, Raks, Scythes. Hnaths, Axes and Chains.
Together with GARDENING TOOLS of all kinds.
In Houoe-FnrulahHia Goods my stock Is also very
complete—Yls: Fine Tea Trays and Walters, single and Id setts;
Japan'd Tollrtl 8trU, Tin-Ware; Bauce-Pans; Tea and Preserving
Kettles; Cutlery; Floelrory Handle Knives. (In do*, and in sets,)
Double Plated Forks and Spoons; Brushes; Hair and Feather Dust
ers; Tubs; Buckets; Mats; Brooms; Cooking Utensils, Ac., Ac.
And in ISulldlllK .Tlatrrlnls, particularly, I am constantly
prepared with a large and complete stock—vis: Locks of every de
scription; Bolts; Hinges;Bcrews; Iren and Brass Rail- Bheaveejkrew,
Bide and Axle Pulleys; Bash Cord; Berea Wrenches; Cut and Wrought
Nalls and Bplkes, and all other articles for building purposes; to
gether with Tools of all kinds.
%jr Orders carefully and promptly attended to.
ROBERT J. DENWY,
oh*! W6 Main strret, above the Banks.
CAHHIAUK HOLTN, COACH M REWI AND
TIRE BO* TS.—We have Just received direct from one of the
beet manufacturers, a large aod full supply of Carriage Bolts,
Coach Bcrews and Tire Bolts, well assorted, every five, to which we
reepectfally solicit a call from every ore in need of such articles.
T. ROBKRTBON A SONS.
apl9 No 65 Main sL_
C” 1H tB9 AND GDA1N ftCYTHKK, CRADLES.
J We respectfully rail attention to our assortment of
"Waldron's” Grass and Grain beythes, all slacs
"J. C Colson’s” Patent do do do do
Grass Hooks and Hicklef
Puperier Cast Bteel, Weeding and Hilling Hoea
Bpades and Bhovele of various makers
Forks, 2,8 and 4 Prongs
Those in want shall be furnished at the lowest market price.
my4 P T. MOQKK A CO.. 24 Pearl SL
R. II. BOMILK.
COACH AND HARNESS MANUFACTURER.
No. 333, Corner of .Knln and 9(1. Mrvrla.
HA8 on hsi.tl it large end general auurtmrnt of Carriages and
Harne*., of his owo manufacture, which he can ronOdrntly
recommend to those In want or a good, enbauntlal and fashionable
vehicle.
He will make to order any Article In the carriage Une, and will
use every effort to please those who may favor him with their pa
iffniga
Bepalr, executed with neatness and despatch. fd—ly
CiHNI Al.Ki: CAKHIAGES! CAHRIAOLII!
HITCHCOCK & OSBORN,
B1CHM0NU CARRIAGE WAREHOUSE,
No. 91S and 915 Main Street,
Hate conaUstly on hud atM m
rke Larfiit A I>< »1 • aaatrtetl ttockA^CA
OF CABHIAGKS IN
THI STATE, W —
OaaaMtnk, In part, of the following
STYLES
OaHchea, Phaatoaa,
Ooachea, Ohalae*.
■rett Phaetoa, laroochM,
Mk-acal Roekwaf*, ■node*,
lire Beat do Top Bunt**,
■our Beat do do Waaona,
Two Beat do, Ooneord Wagon*,
load Bulkers, Trotting Bulker*,
Hide Beat Burgle*, do. Wagon*,
Harncae and Whip*.
Ilia aonldentlr bellered that no atock of Carriage*In thla or Uf
other market It more worth.r of public attention, embracing nrarlj
all the lateet atrlea toil ImprovemenU that are dealrable, ud will
be a«l,l at the loweat poaaible price*, and warranted the uaual
length uf time. We preaent our ainecre thuks to our patrona for
'heir liberal patronage, and hope to merit a contlnuuo* of thalr
'aren.
%W~ All klnda of Carriage repairing done promptly. mb*
KING A LAMBETH,
CARRIAGES! CARRIAGES 11 CARRIAGES 111
RICHMOND COACH MANUFACTORY,
Franklin Street,
One Ignare below An baagc Hotel
We Invite all person* In want of
HOME MADE CARRIAGES,
qM’-WjL' To call and examine our stock, a* we pro- WM -
yfjkzfZrm. poie |0 iej| a better article for leas money *
ihan OakRI AGES of the same quality can be bought for l»» the
Northern cities. We have been engaged In building CaaaiaoM
more than 25 year* In thla city. Our work ha* proved satisfactory
to all who have bought of us. We are more largely engaged In
manufacturing Carriages than any other House in the State, em
.doylngover 50 hand*.
We have on hand a large assortment of Fashionable CARRIAGE^
of superior quality.
Caleches, Two Seat Roekaways,
Coaches, all stylet, Pheatom,
Oharrlottees, Top Baggies,
Barouches, Buggies without Tops,
four Seal Roekaways. Sulkies.
BlldeSeat Top Buggies.
Also s large stock of Coach, I' uggy and Sulky Harness of otr own
make, of best material and workmanship:
Coach and Buggy Whips, all qualities
Carriages of all styles made to order.
AU kinds of Coach Repairing executed in the best manner and
with promptness. ALFRED KINO,
fell_ THO. M. LAMBETH._
NOTICE.
TO TII K FARIRKCRN OF* VIRGINIA AND
NORTH CAROLINA.—We would call attention of the Fanners
of Virginia and North Carolina to the fact, that we are now manu
facturing the Justly celebrated "Gelser Threahcr, Cleaner and Bag
ger," for grain, and would advise those in want of a superior ma
chine, to send forward thrir orders.
First premiums were awarded this Thresher, it the "Central Ag
ricultural Fair," held here October last, also at the "Mate Fair,
I tld In Petersburg. It* advantiges over all other Threshers yet
Invented, consists la its being portable, threshing much cleaner,
and superceding the necessity of running through the Fan MtiL—
One half the force usually employed on all 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 *heir superior merits, vis:—
Messrs. Robert U. Sims of Turkey Island; Wm. B. llarriaon, Up
per Brandon; MlPum Oee, Prince George; D Walker Ilaxall,
Henrico; Jas. M. Taylor, Richmond; Wm. Ballard Preston, Mont
gornery ; Adolph Dill, Henrico; Thos. J. Green, Warrenton, N. C.;
Thos. B. Carter, o Henrico; together with many others of the
largest and best farmers in Virginia.
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.
fa*_JOHN W. CARD WILL A 00.
CiONMMfATKB wrought iron and
/ WIRE RAILIN'!.—(Secured by Letters Patent.)—Admirably
adapted for enclosing Public Grounds, Cemeteries, Balcony*. Cot
tages. Ac. Sheep and Ox Hurdle, Patent Wire, Sackllng Bead
•teada, with every variety of Folding Iron Beadsteads and Iron
Furniture. Patent Wire Coal Screens, Ore, Sand and Gravel
Screens, Wire Netting for Mosquito, Sheep, Poultry, and other
purposes. Wire Summer Houses, Fancy Wire Work In great va
riety, for Gardens, Ac.
M. WALKER A SONS, Manufacturers.
No 585 Market, N. K. corner Sixth sweet, Philadelphia.
oHl—41 v
UKAXD CUTT1.\«.
THE undersigned haring removed hi* shop under the TOBAC
CO EXCHANGE, corner 18th and Carr Sta , begs leave to In
form hi* customer*, and the Public generally, that he Is now situ
atedso as to execute all work (which he may he favored w tl.) In
he best workmanlike msnner,and at the)il»ortesti>ofl Ible notice. If
you want a Brand fur Tobacco,Flour,Graia bags.Machinery,or any
thcr articles you may manufacture, send In your orders, and we
will accommodate vou on the mo«t reasonable terms, and guar an
tee to give you entire satisfaction.
Also, a fins lot of Branding Brushes, Kev Checks, Brass Letters,
Ac. A. K. GRAHAM, Brand Cutter,
Under Tobacco Exchange.
Cor. 18lh A Cary Bts., Richmond, va.
LARGE STOCK OF TRUNKST
THE attention of persona wanting TRUNKS, is k
asked to my very large supply, embracing eve* «w 1 ?
ry kind now in use. Purchasers can hardly fail JHIfllH
to be suited If they will give me a call, for my as- VZiAJLiJ
•onment Includes all grades, from fl.fiOUffiO, and 1 Intend to
sell them as low as the same qualities can be bought anywhere.
fFT A call Is re«nec»fully solicited at the large lhoe and Trunk
EstahtUhment, No 03 Main Street,
mai_JOHN 0. PAGE, Ja
I860. SPRING IMPORTATIONS. 1860.
tilMTER, ALVEV X ARE.Tit,
Importers and Jobbers.
* RICHMOND.
WK would call the special attention of th. merehtntj of Vlr
glnli xod North Carolina visiting oar market this fpring. to
oar unusual large stock of foreign Goods of our Importation, which
wc will offer at aa low pried aa any home In th. C0DDU7; we
enumerate In part:
White Good*, Brew Trimmings,
Bilk *• Threads,
Linen “ fancy Goods,
Hosiery. Bmall Wares,
Laces, Gents' furnishing foods,
Ribbons, of all kinds,
8HAWLE
We hare also established a manufactory for Mantilla*, Cloaks
and Ladles’ Wrapping generally, and will b« prepared to exhibit a
arge variety of these Goods, of the newest styKs and patterns,
made excluslyely at home.
We solicit an examination of nor sto'k, bring determined to offer
..cm induccm.ut to Southern buyers to make their purchases In
our market.
MS-It _GINT1E, ALVKV A A RENT*.
K. J. CATRON. RICH’D. BAVLOR,
(sees Co., Va.
R. J. CAPROX A CO.,
Commission Merchants,
IT Bowly’a Wharf,
BALTIMORE
R. J. Oapron Is the aetlT. member of the Arm. nf »
SAFTEF’N BKKAD TRAYS AND TASTHV
BOAMDS, a large lot ef the aboee good on hand.
T. ROBBRTBON A SONS,
.hW No. « Main *tneL_
GKltrS LAITING GAITERS WITH TIPS
and without, rery superior and handsome, at
mv81 Wm wM/lr*
GRITPS PATENT LRITHRS OAITBHB.
As good ana handsome ns can be,at
ravRI __w" wA1Jll«E
JACOB BRED,
MANUf ACTDRKR Of
MILITARY CLOTIIING,
S. K. Car. leronl aa4 Sgrsee Sta.,
PHILADELPHIA.
niMTARV CLOTH* FOR HALE.
Itfl—*a____
|XOK BA LK-—Woo Va and Tennessee 3d Mort, I I Bond
r 601-0 York Riser B. A, 8 per cent Bonds
SO shares Richmond fire Aset, Stock, br
jel* _a W PURCELL A OO.
riOIJNTHV CI'BED HAMS.—A few Ttry superior
\J Oosntry Cored Hams, Just recelred, fcr sale by
A. E MOOSE Agent,
je(B _Cary street
KT «b.-»»a a K
IHMKOR
CORNER OF OAKY AND 1TTH STREETS,
- >
_
rTULBOTT A BROTHER. Proprietor* of **>• ***?• /£*?*•
JL are new building PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES, af ■ate
(mired coneuucUonTof all elaea, from aLa la farty Hor**/®7,,*!
■■liable for Circular Saw MW*, Threwhlnf MaeM»«*,
purpotea, which they flatter themaelrea arc fally eqaal, u no* •■
oerlor to any Engine* built hat* or elaawhara.
They will alio furnleh STATIONARY BTRAM ENGINES, (NR
ten More* to any required newer ■■ _
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, of tha scat approved oonrtraottan,
and of rarlona aiaca. ___ -
PUMPB and WHIRLS foi WATER WORKS, PORTABLE 8RIM
MILLS, and IRONS for MILLS of all kind*.
RAILROAD WORK of retry description.
TOBACCO PRESSES, BLATTENINO MILLS, and all artialaa naaS
In manafactarlng Tobacco, together with every kind af BRASS nan
IRON OAETINM and WROUGHT IRON WORE_
fii PHILIP_ RAHM, fi
RAGLE MACHINE W0HI8,
Ckrp. Saftearo ItRaadUa Ms*
RICHMOND, VA. ’
MANI FACTIKEB OF
Portable and Stationery BTRAM ENGINES of Any required power, #
with either Locomotive, Pin* or Cylinder Bo lien ;
SUGAR MILLS, CIRCULAR 8AW MILLS, IRONS FOR FER.
TIOAL SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS, DRAINING MAC HIM RR
■11*0na, uroa and ruunw mownia,
TOBACCO FACTORY FIXTUBES
01 EVERY DESCRIPTION,
and all kinds of
CASTINGS IN IRON and MASS.
The subscriber was awarded by the U. 8. Agricultural Society,
held In Richmond, Va., October, IMS, the GKAND GOLD •
nBDALOP HONOR for Ue M ForiabU SUam RaffUm
Jbr Farm wee.
He kkreka, by permission, to Governor Henry A. Wise, Measn.
Warwick A Barksdale, Dunlop, Moncar* A Co. and Haiall, Cren
thaw A Qa,_nalS—ly
LOGAN WALLER.
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Richmond, Va.,
SELLS Tobacco, Wheat, Corn, floor, aad other country Pr*. ,
dace. He hue on hand a large number of bag*, which can b«
obtained by tho** who employ him, on the term, charged by kail*
road Companle*.
He I* tailated by Mr. Joanra 0. Ranwoon, long and favorably
known In the aurraundlng ccunllee, as a gentleman of great actlvl
ty and energy of character.
IW Office on Cary ■ treat, two doore below Colombian BotaL
July IT, 1888—ju If
a. aatnwroan. a. rmexev vara. raanuLm luvmva
RRIDGFOKD& CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
ON THE DOOR,
aelS_KirilfflOND, VA._ •
E. II. IHINKER ftC'O..
GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
SOLICIT conelgnmenU of WHIAT, FLOUR, CORN, TOBACCO,
and other country Produce. Advance* made cn conjlgnmcntf
In band. de J
a. i. Dtceiasoa. a. a. hill. o. a. wnx,
DICKINSON, HILL 4c CO.,
AUCTIONEERS
AT their old stand, corner )f Wall and Franklin streets, itiL
continue to tell NEGRO Kb, both publicly and privttely.
Persons entrusting their Negroes to us, may be assured In gettlc|
the highest market price for then. jet
IILCTOR DAVIS, Aurtioum,
FRANKLIN 8TRKKT, RICHMOND, TA.,
8KLLA PLAYER, both public!/ and privately. Persona entrusting
their Flaves to him, may rest assured of obtaining the highest
market prices. itt
DR. J. 8. ROSE,
TOTHK KICK AND AFFLICTED.
PTERT INTELLIGKNT AND THINKING
JLa person trail knew mol irmnJS i handed oui for general ait
•hoald have their efficacy established by well tested experience to
<he hands of a regularly-educated Physician. Dr J. 8. Rose, has
labored long and diligently in an extemive rractlcr of Redlrlne,
and his remedies (oils well known to the people of Richmond) hare
performed the most remnrkaule cures here and elsewhere.
DM J. 8. HONK’S t X PEC'I OH A NT OH COUGH
For (Xm*urtu>tUm. Oold a, Cough*, Jathmn, Spatting of EUx-d%
Bnm<hiti*, and all IHmiee* uj the I.unye.
This Syrup, having stood the left of many years' experience as a
remedy for Irritation or lnflamatl n of the Lungs, Throat, or Bron
chia, Is acknowledged by all to be a remedy eminently superior to
other known compounds used for the relief and radical euro
of Coughs and Consumption.
In compounding a Cough Pyrup for general aae, the phys>dnn—
for none but a physician should attempt a prescription- k compell
ed, from bis knowledge of Hit- constitution and constituted parts of
man, to avoid entirely the addition of drugs that can any way
tend to do lqjury. Ills object is not only to cause a symptom, su n
as cough, to stop, but It Is also expected of a regularly educated
doctor, that he should cure his patient radically—w hilr the preten- <
der may allay a cough by Ms opium and squills, molasses and laud
anum, antimony, morphia, and wild cherry hark, and not be ac
countable for the after health of his patient Many of the nostrums
of the day have power to stop a sough, and the deluded victim la
lulled Into an Incurable form of dis«aae, or perhaps death. Dr J.
8. Rose's Cough Syrup will not only cure Coughs, but in ali case*
prevent that Lion of Diseases, COVhl’MPTIOft. Price 50c. and |1.
DR. J. ft. MOWN PAIN OUKKH.—This popular
and never falling remedy has alone stood the tool of thirty-A?#
years. Price 1¥, ¥5 and fit) eta.
THE PAIN Cl II EH cures Rheumatism.
THE PAIN CiHKU cures pains ia the limbs, joints, back
•r spina.
THE PAIN CURER cures Chotle pains In the Stomach
orBfiwelo.
THE PAIN CUKER cures Scalds, Burns, Sprains and
THE PAIN CUR Ell cures any pain internally or extar
nallv, and should be kept in every family.
We shall only say to the afflicted, try the PA IN CUKEH.
If U gives you relief, recommend it to others; If it foils, condemn »i
Remember It has come from a regular Physician.
DK. J. 8. HOftt ’ft DYSPEPTIC COMPOUND,
the only sure cure for Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint. Pr.cv 5l
canto.
Dyspepsia may be known by eostivenesa, belching on of wind,
sour stomach, and sometimes Jlarrhara or looseness of 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 lbs
lungs, and a predisposition to consumption.
DH.J. ft .HOSE’S III CHI COMPOUND, fnrall
diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder. Price 5n els. The great de
mand for this article has Induced others to bottle up something aSd
call It Buchu. Ask for Ross's, and take no other.
All DU. J. ft. KOftE’ft GENUINE MEDICINE*
have his written signature over the Cork of each bottle. Tokw
none without It.
For sale by all respectable Druggists.
Sold by WARNER L. WARING, General Agent*
107 Broad Street, above lab*
fcfl_ Rlsscad.
1800. NEW SPUING GOODS? lSGOi -
A. K. PARKER & CO..
No. 143 Koglc Nquars,
ARK now prepared to offer to their friends, and the public gene
rally, a (.sans Ago sruai’in imam of
FRENCH AND ENGLISH DRY G00D8.
Consisting, In part, of
Plain Black and Fancy Bilks,
Rich Bilk, Grenadine and Borage Robes,
French and Kngliah Press Goods In evory variety_
811k and Lace Mantillas, Shawls,
Paris Embroideries snd Lace Goods,
Housekeeping and Plantation Goods,
White Goods of every k nd.
Mourning Goods of every description.
Gloves, Hosiery. Ac
Together with many other artlclet too numerous to mention —
All of which will be sold very cheap. mhlF
VAN LEVY9 TAYLOR A CO.f No. 74Main street, havt
in store a large stock of
Butcher's Flits and Edge Tools
8pear and Jackson's Hand. Rip, and Grain Saws
Baldwin's beech and moulding Planes
Hunts and Simoon's chop and shlncle Hatchets
Nagdole's Adge eye, nail sad brad Hammer*
Cook's and Snell's cast steel Augrrs and Bills
Wlthcrby, Beatty A Bradley's Drawing Knives
Turning Lathes, Chisels and Gouge#
Borelng Machines, tire and breast Drills
ALSO,
Blacksmith's tools of the bast quality, for sale low for cosh or
pnntnsl customer* 1,4)0
YHTdfllXMFUV
0FFK1 Cheap tothe rude—
2,000 bxs. Msnufartared Tobaren, assorted brands .
IM '* M. Laugh erne k Hod’s best brands
1,000 package* KllMcklnhkRnokio< Tobacco
2,000 M Mohican Bmoklng Tobacco (In & ac*4 9 fittm»tf
drums
100 bbls. LayveU't Rockbridge Rye Whisky
25 K casks Cognac and Bochell Braniike
Ojj^ipes Hennesy London bock Brandy, vintage
20 X casks Hherry. Madeira, Fort and Malaga Wines
5 Puncheons Imperial Sulci Gin
150 cases Champagne; Claret and Hock Wins* «
25 bbls Barry Apple and Peaoh Brandies.
All of w) Ich will be sold as cheap as such goods cm he purchased
In any market MITCH*LL A FKY,
Ho. 1C Pearl street.
tffi 11 R!d.m< n<1. Va.
HARHISON'S
CELEBRATED
BARLEY WHISKEY.
WF are selling this Whlckey. made from Barley, which wss to*
Uoduced and sold l>y our house 20 years ago, and ackacwl*
edged to surpass any Whiskey ever Introduced In this market —
For 20 year* It has pre«erved Its uniformity in quality tad sbarar
ter, and we do not find 'he least change in it In anv respe«% J Inf* * *
•he same now as then, In delicacy, richness and puiity. Gar o«mlo
wer* sav the same, and we unhesitatingly offer H to the community
as an article which we can recommend as bring pure and perfectly
free from fusil oil, or any other deleterious article, too often wlxrd
with the liquors of the present day. We have aev r advertised 10
before, but feul Justified In doing so now, while the country Is flood
ed wl h mixed and manufactured liquor*.
As a medicinal liquor, we do not think It can be surpassed, even*
by the brandies now sold.
A supply always on hand, and fbr sale only by
BLAIR A CM AMHKRt.AYNK.
ap?7—If No 70 Main street, Richmond, Va.
nosHh, tvni:t:i.EK Aio., ~
EORXERI.T
MORKIR 4c JON FN 4c CO.,
IRON & STEEL WAREHOUSE.
Market <fe Sixteenth Streets.
PHILADELPHIA.
BARB. BINDS. HO«PS, SCROLLS, OVALS. Sit CRTS, HORSE
SHOE and NAIL ROUS, FLAT and T RAILS, ANGLE IRON.
Rivrr IRON, SWEDK IRON, PLOEOU PLATE, /e.,Ae.
CAST, '‘HEAR, DUSTER, SPRING, TIRE A PLOUGH STEEL.
SCOTCH PIG ; alto Agent. In, the ealeof " WILLIAM PENN,'*
and other well-known brands of American PI, Iron.
BAR IVON railed to any required length, for Bridge., Cara, Ftdp
Building, and Marhlniey purposes generally.
IP'ILKR PLATE cut u> reqolrrd dimenatona. * «
PROG bTEEL POINTS 4 HIDE BARS made to nsy pattern. •
AGENCY Af (ha " HARRISBURG" NAILS and SP1KUL
CAB AXLES rolled and hammered, aad PORulNGS of a*
COPPER, BRASS, RUSSIA SHEET, aad MelaH generally.
ap4—dim
SDEMin.
M Uereas prim# Rio. • i
100 bbla. prime New Orleana “ ' in .
M bbla -New York" Byrnp
1,000 Bldaa Sola Leather
M ft#. Green aad Black TtaMsome primal
•04 baga Ginger, rapper and tploo
BO balea Cloves and Clansman
Mi bn. Glam: 60 bbtt. Tenners’Oil .
BM bxa "Hull“a Extra" and Roata Soap
MO dot. Brootna; BOO do. Bucket.
1000 realm Letter Oap aad Wrapping Papm •
BOO balm Caedlewlek aad Twine, for aala to tha trad*
lew [fi»-tfl TINBUnr, TARDY 4 WILLIAMS.
HOK*.-Weo#er to parchuera a large amorlment af 2
weir. Weeding Horn, aaaorted fMm No. t te I; alee, hilling
Hoe. from No. * to F, aleo, Planter'. Caat Steel Woes, a .nperlor
article; alao, Gar dan Horn and Bakes, Hay aad Manors forka.Sc.
ma» _iltITH, RHODES A CO.
GHAIN CIADLE(.-Vt haealn atora aad far.ale a va
riety of Ive Sog.red Cradle, of the moat approved makers,
via; Grant1) wedge aad aerew Brace, complete with boot Bladea-e*.
Alao, Dnteb Bow and New York Pattern. Alao, Gram, Grain aad
Clover Soythm aad Baatha, snorted aiaao and qaalHieo.
_ WITH »Hnn«S 4 OO.. ta p.arl at
PLOWS! FLOWS!! PLOWS IM-NO EXCC81P0*
GOING NORTH TO DDT PLOWl-The sebooriber makes sv- •
ary varlaAy af Plows kaowa among Soutbarn farmers aad piastre*,
and ruammaada e^itt.Uy bM gwIAera Horn, wtdab asm Drvo
Mms aad akapm af mol abase da aa sack Plow, thus adapting It tqp
*T&ru1,>WwVw« U,UMrtM *

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