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VOLUME 64. RICHMOND, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 4, I860._NUMBER 186,
_ RICHMOND DAU.Y WHIG.
Dally Paper. $8 par aanam; Beral-We«k!y. fi; Weakly, 83. al
ways la ndsnncn. ReatUtaacen may be e»Ja at thn risk of Iht
Pabilahert la all uwt where reliance la taaeo oa Ike deposit ef a
letter In the Pot! Office sontaltdng mosey.
uemnsss
Oa* Square, (10 kneel or leas, one tnaertloa..
Each awEUon>l laaertka . >*
One coetk with, at alteration .•* i*
Throe to do W >•
Cl do do *> 00
Twelee do do » «
Two aq«ara. Three month*. .IS OP
Ms month*.. *S M
Twelee months.. CO 00
(y No adeertlsemcnt to be consider *d by the month or ytsr
an lest epeoiSed on the Manuscript, or preelo jaly agreed opoa be*
tween the parties
An vleertiaerrent not marked on the copy for at per He! ham
bar of Intertl-nt tdU be con tinned until ordered out, and payment
liv.'t*' t drconflifly.
k|T Rmocuui Ai comctUiurM.—To A*ot*f *aj niaufxltrstAalin*
•Qt f Art of the Annual tdveriHrrr K!a i».'©r*r to iUt*n Cf.
that th If i*HvlJtrffrsoiUy extenls to their hmjeJtate **ustae®s. Urol
kutp, LetfAl AA«1 Ai* other AJvwrtiACBJrtl^ *cat by th*A» to be A3
a !! ' -oda) chargr, ad<I no mUtiou.
ir Krai CstAtc »::•! fteoml Af-nts* Adre ‘elartneaU not to b*
toerte I hy the year, bat W> Hr ehjf*«l %t the u»uxl taWa. tubjcol
to rich dbrmnli as shall b • Ajrrrrd upon.
Booknttlera An \ ye Arty Advertisers. < ensmOff, »nfnfftnjr on
©r sn >re tpuares. the prtvUer® of chAJ;-T*% s* All not, on their
AVerAffe, in aujt one f«k, hurt rcoro Ihnn the %.n*un;
w--. J njH>n as the it-at I* n* rule uts^ r the <*« nimci, as J All exce®
Un.' inch imoastl t® br ®hAnted *t th* usual ruts-s.
A l/ert.'s-niftitT M-rt—t In t ie 9«sc! W it!y Whiff At TS crcli
per . ,uAre if 10 Hn. s «>r lets fcf th- first !o8**rt».'n. And SO cents
jo" < f*r ■•*rK p '"•bawr, or If Sfk!». T5 CfOlA
~ [HOT
I H!SKE\^bvK!SKKV i
it'\\ olbr for tale the shots standard brand of flno-Co per
ST ll ttlliat-Mslted ate-Whisky, le I aer- Is sad hslf barrel*—
At lof oaretolbh 1 Alton, sod highly improrei by *je, we
«o . l.leatly leeom ■ d it ** the r,«ar and teas UMaky that can
possibly be dir t cd. W- slso Her cur
Old fr.t.mly «>o W liiAky,
©ad other brtaJs, fr®o the largest stock tf floe Whiskies In th®
Ck^eil .'ts*e«
t lihtM t> A A|A|p®OH, rh talx WstU^rf,
f *fi Lk* > c '-iU eViivr, P\iL» fWz»AM»
Outer-. - wan.Sramwv. raw . and
*VR—dlw i-hi Men ffc-'T sr, pw. .wmt
Win. WILLIAMS. SAMl'aL T. REID
WILLIAMS A Kl.i 1>,
PUODUCK
Commission Merchants,
W. C CVK.-XK VALSCT -4.v.'» S£i\>XJ> STRMKT,
t .ui lutt.,11, OM».
A-tl-it orders for all ttndeoi ll .elcrn Pro,!we,', and rrak
th-r, laau liltaiK aa an CuuilirnnirnU for laic, or
yi r. band,*,- bon/M and Stored oo kvmt of purchtaeia.
*»;»—<m__
M1MK NKW AND PUPi LAM UOOIAN,
(NOT TOR THE DAT ONLT.)
N|r Robaa'afirioat. Be a Contritwitor to “The Atlantic."
fh a a .r-tcrfui , • , - i » ,u parlor U> aay similar
iatrir in Ho k. ha* pasaed to '• e Third Entloo Bl.'k*.
tlrrwalM. », r*A,o *»,-» TV, au’M.r n-.n E-S In
P*r.. and M* Hooka are read more than »:te thrr author* TUe
Ohartnln/i.ovei i* Of far hie heat book " I *'
Met tory of tl.ir litutl. *«h fft-n of til* ».cr*at
w-r* 1* ready ♦ t only a ie. .*l intereatln* at -ry out the band
a a - ,' ." . • » •
Imp*. .Wilt lee other* in beauty of bin tin/ I N.
ri»i* Uoiu in Uilnllnli. 1*. Ki-a",n tr r Th • 1*
We 'baten Corre • t *i. -i," edited by Kci. E. N Kirk, ar.d t*
correct in every particular (
Art Kti ronllont, rleMy Utaatetted, rotrtaininr Inetruc
Boos hi lira wine lire, an Paiotln/. An'.l., - da, H*x» rk, iia'r
Bo., anl !n fact to all of the -le/a;.i acc mpila mania .fuir ■!*».—
A valuable r *tk for teach ere an ! th-ae who wool I become tea li
ar,. T/tar fcrroa l«r»..v»o p.Jtt.
Kliixriaphy ol M, If-Tuua hl-fl< n—anirervtiy ac
to-Wiel/cd ea OM ol tie beat boot*Tor youLn o'er pul.-i-ed. bile.
Above for tale by all Bcokaelleru, and vent by mall by lit Pob
J. E. TILTON A OPNPtSf. Boalon.
UlOTEO.
GA A BARGAfllS, JH-, have removed to their Sew Btore,
. No. Til Main Street, ee.en dc we a -or- tLtlr Id eland,
wBeve they bate Increased their fad.
wort la toetr .nr. tort a* puttier e;» everv detcrri** >t >.f ft tier
Tlvtare*. Idydraata, W.iti rCl' - . * La ». 1 r, t i.urRm/i,
Puapi Hy Irani r lira. » P :■ r :• P- viable Qa* Work*.
Btfo.- ap betid naa * <aa j tpet a: a Catur-a.
bliwvrta »f tin e l, R. ■•• • A . tee’- t bul .fnr, with hot
air water or alcana T'tey take tide o« ti- u to vial that they
have toe b-at Hot A'- Purna , In tV* or any other country, which
IHee will put up and warrant • rivetalWUen.
A taree aaanrtment ofptato and fancy tin a are, and urate# and
a Pin lera a-wavt ■ a an-L anil-If
LOPAH rsKHiblllP NOTH K.
IHAVEthj day aeew!«ie<l with rae.ln the Q.ot&lados, Grocery
an l Llt,uor baalticee, W. L. Si-ter The bualncw willI be cen
daeted In toe name of J. T. SlPa A CO. J. W. NIPB.
No. 40, Math Street.
P. a.—I take tola opportunity to return my alnrero thank* to my
Mend, for their liberal than- of patrona/c during the last tors*
year*, and eoBclt h r the new concern their .ollnaed
KOOFTRSH
UKAVEI. KOOFMG!!t
BIOTENA(UK FELT. HoOFINGMil
TIN MOOTING.
We are bow prepare! to put on the OI.lt aL KOOP1MG, of a
eery superior Quality, either In town or country,
aw*, ail alnda of GUTTER*.
CONDUCTORS,
and LIGHTNING RODS.
CHAKit-, D. TALK A CO.,
apft_tf Iron Pk.ck Govuroor BtrsaL
\VT| I . Ill TleFK A MOV
IMPORTERS OF CHINA AND EAKTIIENU ARE,
19 Pearl or 1 lift Mire t,
tt |TI uow co nan 1 a /eneral aaaortment of *ooda In their Una
H ,ult,Me t* the AeBled Tm /». eonetetla* of
DINNER, TRA and TOILET SETS.
and detached PUCES,
OLtW WARE,
WAITERS.
PLATED GOOD*.
BKlTaN.SU WARE.
WATEK • .VILPB*.
U a h kltlF d I rflM
.!*P\N«D TOIL1T WA*«,
FANCY CHINA GOOittl Ac .
wVcb IWF 4t low rntoA. Th-y rmpwctfor y Mk na •*
AfflinkLuD nf ikfir STOCK.
K« WM F WTT1 r» » AA*
HO< It ANDKODk WAtKil.-WUlJ. P •WaiJ
[>rx»rf .<t*wr %ud n frnwn drtugS’ «f >PAKKLiNG UO< K
AxD !» >Dk. Vr*«h mpn ante fr->m *he frail, nlwnjrn on hnn«L
Amo CUrm. T>r% W\ne nn 1 W Urr <«»l a »ympn._*«T
• ST. NICHOLAS ilOTKL,
HROAI'WAT.
MEW YORK.
WIIIfN completed. >ii year* ago, th* DC Stcbolaa waa anle.r
tail* proaonn'Twd U»c n» «% angnlfi •«*, MomUnl, ncd
tho-oughiy organised eetahliahmeat of th- .lad oa IMo ooaaaret
What it vaa then It remaias w day—wltb-*t a Heal m erne, la
eoroptuioaoe*. aid la t* general eieawmu of comfort aud enjoy
■ at. The Hotel ha* aecemmutatlon* h>r l,t*t «ue*u. Infla'tn*
l*» -ompletr ealua of apartmeau for famllie* S * hacd-ed pec
ana# eta bo comNrtahly .eared el th* taMu of lu three publl*
■Doing room*, and nothing that modem art ha* dee***.! for th* eon
eeolen-e and toclal g-atlSeatlon of the IraeeUlag pohlc hen lee a
•milled la lu plan, or la neglected In lu praellral detail* Th* early
rep itatio* of the hoaee at home and abroad. d**f red from llama*
1 aityde. lu typaeh appola'm'Ott. tad It* hmae-Bh* - mforu and
■n,,Hea. iaa teen -aaahjed eve-* ,ra- hr the oawenHed ejection*
. , Vf ti.1S~H.wr* TU1DWH.L WHITCOMB * 00.
__< __
nVrdli'h hXTISPUMOMII', br th* ear* of
| Ueflt Cholera.
" Ohi dice, of *11 ktode dpaam*.
Cholera Morlme !>,*-ntery.
Diarrhea, Lock Jaw, I
Bhaamatic or Seuraigle Fain*.
Cramp, Toethaehe,
• Sereoua Ueailarhe,
Delirium Trwreot,
flora*. CaU, Ac.
Wot ul* Whole**:* and reull, by__
Jinn f. OCT Ala f»m**l»l.
jad Cot Main aad loth eu.
VVLfASirE TRUTH !
> VI U IXITRTRFTH!
A «rrat amomnrr is artificial
n TrrrH!
«. W JOSH*. Dorrur hoeing th* H*ht for ™*k1»* TRRTIi no
hr Twleul'e plkt* and (.efa# «if*edaf oA-dofe cmutmcWF
merMU Other meth^-U, having ihormagb'y 'voted H■/*"’
mumihs 'a n largo on a ter »nd earns Of the most f/t/PrWl
wtem gold %n«l otter pinto Had utterly fated ( ommsmde it triih
j enters eseefideme* to th ^ dvotrtog HU wr port ini MH of te-U»*
I perioUy i•'•ti*mtnd-d tcith thorn the* *tee vw using The per •
1 t foot Uoftitun »f the flats, ate ths mu-tum Ike* el* emu red. \
eonnloB rum to taovrt one or mom teeth eceih»ui rUsps, winch, In
th- fid pinto ha« rmlwtd •« men* tovih painful nod useless. —
H«*to* boro adopted by than# Hauling hlftett In Uiw pro.mMoo,
North nnd tenth, tontlmonUM wUi te given end •pootmooa eahibl
tod to thorn* wlrtiing to ee* item.
Gold or imp ether plots m*do, of eowrnv, ter inch nt prrtsr
them
Filling, eknnglvg. rogntatiag nod aU otter operations gmtij nad
ihoroughly prrf >rm*«J
Tnrth eitractod mitkomtp-Urn, by elerSru*fjr, hnving setmrUd
*wm two hundred teeth %rith it.
•>fic« hoosn from t» to *H, from AM to •, on Mein •t, bgtwren
•to nod IAUl_ ms*
i860.. A DIE & GRAY, I860’
DISTILLERS AND MASLUtTLRRRS
cAitoisi axr RrHAixc mn.
wteoaOL, in*. TCRFWMTIN K. KKROHSR aad US8RRD OIL*.
A l 9twhieh thwf of*r to the trndw nt th« lowmt •nnrhot rnton,
tow -Tre IwO 14T StfRM
~~T m LHBm Pi lliii * t o.,
_ Hu 1*1 BROAD FTRRFT.
Hi VR on hand a largo aad alcgaat a*eoHm«at of
OA* CH AS DALI Ft*
PRSDASTR.
BRACKCTTR,
* BALL L'GHTF, Aft
th«F will **B biw. W. aD.1 In.tu th. aueotloa of yaiehat
an to jar Moch of CHINA. SLAM. *c
RTRRAINR KVn AOfX
jjrij Comer Kb aad Bread .lieeta _
I aa BBU. OCT LOAF *A«!*n--Fur »al». la or
• 100 Hr* iRVdUMim
ft
YOUR
SPECIAL AUDITION 18 A8KP1 to our large assortment of
Spring Clothing,
eobrarlox the mo,t
EXTRUSIVE aTOCK, _
titUUTrST VARIETY of choice styles
an.I BEST BARGAINS,
we hm ever offered. We propoa* to make It the
HTEKCSf
Of All nur,'haver. to buy from u», by keeping every variety and
Clara of Goode or Duneetlu er Ford*-! Manufacture; and aa our fa
ellluea an 1 experience la Ihla line of huelnrea live ua Important ad
rafitaiw, (la which oar patroca ehare) year lalereat wiU be
PROMOTED
By caUIr* at the OLD AND FAVORITE HOUSE,
IP* Mala Street,
mft! KEEN. BALDWIN A WILLIAMS.
IMPROVED KRE.YlU YORK SHIRT EMPORIUM.
Gentlemens Furnishing Goods
WK have now on hand oeerSwl don fhine. all pricen. qualitiea
and style*, which wc are closing out *t reduced price*
The** hl*u or* *11 mad • with the famous Improve l French
Yoke, and %r* warranted to flu
Our dSbO liutnl of lie* *ui Cravat* can't b* bent In the city of
Itchm iBi
Wc wcuid coll attention to oar largo st*ck of Cndcr Shirt* and
Dr*w-r«, which b verv full, and contains fall lint* In 8iU, Cause
Media e* Linen, and Cotton
Ws have la. r.ud our facllltie* for making Shirts to order, at
th*- shortest poari’rie notice, and a perfect <H warranted.
AUo oa baud, a flue *w» k of Ready Made Cl thing.
AITKTKt ANT A MAOWIRC,
j#!5 n . t Main 'irc-i, On IM.4t
>V\\ t LOIIIING STOi K.
THI SUriaH'KIBKR, %• Agent, will open about th* 15th Inst., In
the a.or* now occupied by N. C. Barton, No. 100 Malu si., an
•air* nc* sti»k o’
CLOTHING
AND
GEWTft FI RXIKIIMG GOODS,
Which be b having manufaclor d under hb cwu sup* r virion , and
ht.pea, alii bb experience and knowledge of the bualnrs* he can
offer such a stock as will meri th* wonts and secure the patronage
cf hb friends
T .* store will be refitted to suit the butler*, and every eff ort
wiU be wad* to produce all the necessary article*, and In such
style as w.U make the stock unobjectionable and attractive.
WM. 8. TUPMAN,
mo4—if Late of Tupman A Hull
kPKntl %M* si ’PILK ( LOIIIIM.,
or 01 K t> H !i A Y D U 0 II L & A N U *' 41 T l’ R K
Oct Stwk of Ready Made Clothing is complete, and we a«k the
atteatk n of our cos!* mers and public In gvniro), *o call an J
be convinced who 'an MtU the cheap* st, and best made Clothing
in tld* clt* O r stock Is large, and we wiU coutloue to make up
during th*- 8omiut-r, so »* to be aide t» ke p our stock lu complete
news. will, al*o. make C!o»h-* to order, lathe lat<*«t styles,
and will warrant to fit nr no sale.
A large «tock of C oths, <'a#dx*res sod Vesting* on hand All
we ask Is a call, and look fjr yourself, at k. MOKRIH A r>0.,
AS 1ft) Mrin Street
iMAII iM K inOll,
rot iu rtoo
PAJYT, TAR. WAX,
oa amt tiso or
GREASE,
nun .Li hum Of
SILK AND WOOLEN DRESSES,
AND FROM
Broadcloths, Cassimeros, &e
Wii\o*t Vu uiyj\U*t injury to tK*JAibric*.
TU18 article bai been used by many persons throughout th
count-y and has received theMghe*l recommends!Ions, ft
al*u received tii e silver medal st the last Mechanics’ Fair. lib
made In th • city, and deserve* the patronsge of the South. To b«
had -f th* principal druygUvi and at uy laboratory, corner Main
and Idiliaia, Richmond, \a. CDWAKDT. PINCH,
f»l s—tyr Analytical Oh*»mi«i.
\VM. SAITLKH & XU~
NO. Hi, MAIM STREET,
RICHMOND, Vi.,
Dealers i»
On’ore, PalnSera’ and Artlaia' Material*
Varnfarre. White Lead and Zinc Paln’a.oll and water Galon
En-il'vh. French, and American it e par Inga
la- V . 9u:.ar>ie lur irreciaa rsiDuu|
Prints for Paltehofttit Painting
Mathematical Instruments for Architect* and Ingtneec*
french anJ English Drawing Paper
tb *oor and Newton*! Tube Colirs
Bagiish and German prepared Canvas*
PI ;tnrp P*am*M mr.d (i If tloutdlnf*. etc. <S*M)
KttrP COOL !—Th#celebratedumaceltod **CHALL*NGEM
REFRIGKKtroit wt h sMceenilUMr. W.t r Cooler*, earl
t*ac9 Ai l i»aUer*. Ice Pitchers, aliases and patterns Ma«
patent *• flee minute" Ice dream Prcitcra, and a variety of
>th*r kinos, f. r tale at reduced price*.
W«» . all pirtl jUr a’trnli 'U t * the justly celebrated ••CHAL
LENGE'* P.KPKJ -ERATOR, co« slderitm It the b«*9t article ever of
fered for sal* In this place, and ti'er*fore -ccomruend it «lth c«nfl
deuce. An- >her tunply just recrieed, a few only of which arc un
sngaged Persona in want of the store, are requested to call and
•aamlue bef re purchasing elsewhere
0. A A. HtRGAMf.V, Ja.,
BAV-tf til Main Ht, Richmond, V*.
COLUMBIA HOI SE.
Cape Island. Cape May, M. .1.
rjVfl.- large flrst class Hotel will be opcu for tie reception of
1 gu***ts oa Shth June.
The 11 use has oeen completely repaired ar«l re furnished.
A new l*i tin* >■■«. Ovens, Resra-iul er» and every modem
'tnprore'ueot added. kiWuiive sr.illLlNii attached to the prem
Im«
.All letters id iremed to the subscriber!. Cape Island, New Jer
see, will be promptly attend* d to.
LAI Kit A WOOL K % N.
Jsu»i II Ilian, Isle proprietor Franklin Mouse, Philadelphia —
15 H Wffluui, formerly propriet r Mount Vernon Motel, Cape
island JeH illii
LESTER >I\M M« n COMPAQ?,
Kldiuiuud, Va,
SEWING MACHINES
M'Ult <tH(( Stltl miultr Ltyti! RtyM, /ram
1UAB HOWK, JR., WI!E*LFR A WILSON, QROVKR A BAKFR,
and 1 M. BIXUKtt A C>.
warranted is every respect.
Price* front *50 to Jlli.
VICTORY ON l IKY STREET BELOW IVTH.
I'rim'i.jul OJU t iimJ Silt* Ruum,
0:11 Wain Mrrrt.
IBM t»
BURTON' 6c. WORK,
TOBACCO
and General Commission i
MERCHANT8.
•t 0RAY1U BTRIRT,
Sew Orlcaat.
1. L min. I
9 P. W u, f ■•vOrfMM.
Dr. J. aVAJBAl _ .
tn vomraeadam, I Bouton, TatA
I5MRANCE COMPANY of Hit- STATE of VIRGINIA.
Orfxnouuu or Mm mo ft nmt Situn,
Kit'll WO* 1>.
TUIS COMPANY :• I»,p*rrd to take Fire and Marine rl,k« on
rmomblr Tmti Alan, to ,u»r.nl-e»iiddl»iounl Negotiable
HiUn, nnd to reeelee Money on Depoalt, nod pay intent thereon.
Capital, ... s:ioo.ooo.
BOI.I.INO W. II AX ALL, Prmident.
0. t BRKtXR, *W y
DIRECTORS.
W» H M*cr»*ia»o, President Farmer* Bank' *. Wttwirt, linn
Co Wiunuio. Gobbis, tirm of tiorldln A A11' *r»on , T. W.
It itpi, Arm of Duokrp, Moncare k Co , G. A. Buuoul, firm
of Warwick A Bn kervill . Jiau IL U*»>T, Tobacco Manufsctu
rer L. D Caewcxtw Arm of llaxall, Crenshaw A Co; Jons U
Boom Arm of Bacon A Barksdale; K B Hum, Arm of llaxall,
Crenihaw A <'o ; J kx Cr.rut Jx, ship Owner; Wn B » »k
Wk V, Arm of Warwick A Harke dale , Iki. Alfkb Joss*, Attortey
at Law, C C. Etiart Builder, F li. Hi e.ik. Agrlralturbt ami
Manufacturer R W McGrow Arm of A. MeGruldr'e Bona ; W.
w Clear, Attorney at Law, Jaa. Dcxuw, Arm of Dualop, Mon
onre A Co.
O M. P STEM. Travelling Agent. JyM—
y CAPITAL BOOK.
Man AND WOMAN ; rvr, THN LAW OP HONOR, ippIleJ to lire
eo lotion of the problem ‘-Whs arc eo mane more women than
two ChristiansBv Rr v P Slaughter With an Introduc
tion by Prof. Btedaoe, of the Doivereity of Virginia. Price re
duced to fwo.
Ae ii m- evidence of tic eroell-nce nod popolbrlty of th'e work,
■early two ed tt jnthbvcbcoauuid within n few weeks, and the
Bird la now In prv*y. _ .....
Th* Peteroburg Jbyrteae aayi "Kadi woman U the land ought
p. ... to it Cat at leaat on# man reada the booh nod cornea up to
If o rw|ul*etn«tMJ of 'he law of honor."
The Richmond RVr.,inrti »*yi: ‘We Tontu"* to mert, no man
of ordinary Iniellee’ual abl.lt/ can !»y U down before reading the
eaWre hook from eny to end Taeee !< a charming1 tnpUcUy, brevi
ty. campreh*bWTe, phll aophlcal fUw and life-like portraiture
which muet sake the rolutne unlecraalie admired " For kale by
JAB. WOy£HOC«E A 00.
■ £W YORK UPC ISSURAJfl'K COMPiKY.
MUTUAL BYSTKM.
Capital il.MHMMkO.
OHB HTNDRkD VMOCUXD DOLLARS Jr pool ted with the
Compmoller oft is State of New York, and out of tho hande
of the Company w M. 3TS policy holders
DtetDkkiai nani akkcatae on A nowy Liberal Principle.
Forty per cl of the premium on LUe Policies, will be loaned the
Insured when the premium exeeede WO.
Follde* Issued and payable to the Insured on arrtelng at a >ef
lAlD age. or to the family of the Insured At death, should that eeent
. . - ■ ryvioualy to arriring at that age.
itodoW a fi'UClB ter ahUdren, granted on the most faroc
* Fodelenbkued atgreast/ f*4aSe4 rataa of premium, when the
Inaured prefers not to participate La Mie *t«.oxp.;».
am ismea paid promptly And without litigation,
w. aui i, - yavej to ha eo you call at owed and secure a poM.y
B iwl. .ix lag'.aiaMd Company which waw before you endcre
.4 by ywar awu dUBana. n|Hi|| 4 WTATT, Agents,
OkAcc ti, Main Mreet,
toiler St Charley Hotel
CHAR. & WORTH Mf,
Gaaeral Agent and Attorney _
tor the Company In Ya
MEDICAL EXAMINEES:
Ilk H. OoswtT, M. D. I
Ha. ». Ootmti, H. D. f
mhtl ___
TH K” RA1 ATATW IAANBK.-Flre.llM, price*
AW. RAO. |N, to, 70; The “Helpmeet.’ Cooking Store, t nu,
with or without hot water reservoir, iho ’ Leader" Cooking Stove,4
*ld*e. price lit and IS. the "Lilly Dale” Cooking glove for coa. or
woot price $14, It and it; the "llarp” Cookl gltove. for wood,
for country use—t .be. The shore really Atot em*» Wared
In thdlr line are for enle, wh'leeale and retail. wi%h warranly, by
’ 0(0 STARRKTT, B Ivln’e Row,
Qovxntor vtrexi.
H. A.—Large stoves for Be Springe, Boi Boxed lor ToRscac
earns. ,y*
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nstantlv eo head tad for yale In uuarJlill^ Insult pnreha
HriJIroad street, ahore Slh.
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Manufacturer of Doubts Redaedl
STEAM CANDIES
tad wholesale dealer la
DOMRtriO and FORR1GN FRUIT*.
PUNCH CANDIES. CIGARS,
TOBACCO, Ac, Ac
The heal foods, Be thyapl foods, and the lor*a.t •»«*.
always ho teaod os Bo
FIVE (TORT BUILDING, Ha 40 Main st,
Opposite Blhsrdenn A Ou.,
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RICHMOND WHIG.
BELL AND EYERKYT IN FaUQUICR.
A vert Urge and onthusias ic meeting of the friend*
of Bell and Everett, was held in the Court House, on
Monday last, to ratify the nomination of the Baltimore
Union Convention.
The meeting was railed to order by Col. J. E ?crugg,
on whose motion Col. John Walden was appointed Chair
man, and Dr. Thomas II. Fisher Secretary.
After the object of the Couveetiou had been explain
ed by the President, Col. Scruggs moved that a commit
tee of five lie appointed to re; orl suitable resolutions
for tbe Conreutiou. when upon the following gentlem- n
were selected: J. E. Scruggs, James V. Brooke, Enos
llord, Samuel T A-hby, aud B. F. Rixey, who retired
and after deliberation reported the following resolu
tions :
Whereas, We, the friends of the Constitution and
the Union, hive heard with pleasure, the action of the
Peopl/s convention, which assembled at Baltimore city
on the tbh of May last, composed as it was, of some of
the fineat intellects in the naliou, ineu whose conserva
tive patriotism embraces every rection cf the Republic,
and
Whereas, after adopting tbe Constitution, the Union,
and tbe enforcement ol the Raws, as their only platform,
nominating for ihe office of President, John Bell, of Ten
nessee, and for that of Vice President, Edward Eveiett,
of Massaehuse Is.
Be it theiefcre
Retched, That we hail those nominations a* the augu
ry of a brighter dawn iu our political history, and a9 de
serving the approbation of every patriot and conserva
tive iu tbe lamb
Retolvtd, That in John Bell we recognise the incor
ruptible Statisman and the conservative patriot, who ne
ver yet while iu public life, give one single vote that en
ured either to the benefit ol the Fanatic of the North, or
Disiuiiouist of tho South, but who, adopting the Consti
tution a* his Chart, never deviated troui bis path of duty,
but gave his great talents to hi* country in tho hour of
its danger.
Resolved, That in EJwaid Everett we recognize the
splendid otator, the accomplished scholar, the faithlul
pttriot, and the expeiiencvd statesman. A man whore
great heart throbs with hut one puisatiou, and that for the
glory and prosperity of his whole country. Oue who has
devoted the I itier days of his life to rescuing fiom decay
the home of Washington, and from desecration the moul
ds ring ash: s of the immortal iu ro.
Retolvtd, That these men being the living representa
tives of the cou-erva iee spirit ol tbe country, will re
ceive our coidial and energetic support.
Retolvtd, That we look with disapproval alike upon
the •ec’.ionalists of the North as arrayed uuder the bsuner
of Abraham Liucdu and extreme men ai d seciioualistof
the South, who have nominated John 0. Breckinridge,of'
Kentuckv, who has p’acul himself iu the hands of such
men as Varcey, K-iit, Burt A Co., who are kuowu uud
recognized by'all as enemies of the Constitution and the
Union.
RrtiJvtd, That the dogma of Squatter Sovereignty, as
explained and advocated by Stephen A Douglas, is in our
opinion, contrary to the Federal Constitution, and to the
institutions of the Sou b, aud as such we wiil oppose it
with all our s r*ngih.
Retolvtd, That a Vigilance Committee of our most en
ergetic and influential men bo appointed by tbe chair, at
every precinct in the county, wt ose duty it shall be to
distribute poli ical docutm nts and use all bouoiutile means
to bring every v n er to the polls.
R. tolced. That a committee ol five be appointed bv
tbech.ir, whose duty it shall be to iuvite such speakers
to address our people iu mass uiee ing, at such time and
pieces as our fiieLds shall see fit to hold said meelii gs.
Retr.litd. That the Uazetle, Warretiton H'Aip, Rich
mond 117.i.o aud .National fnltlUtjtncer, be requested to
. one lilt- nrocci-dlUL's of this convention.
After he resolution* had been adopted, the conven
tion was addressvd by the Hon. Samm-I Chilton, for an
hour, in an able and eloquent speech, which was warmlv
received by all present Our elector, Mr. Shackelford,
was then called lor, and do ivored one of the ablest and
best spercl.es arc have heard for a long time. Mr. S. has
opened the canvass with vigor and (fleet, and will pros
ecute it as a gallant Whig skouiJ.
With a view to having a grand ratification meeting,
Col- Scruggs moved that a committee of seven be ap
pointed to invite speakers to address out people at such a
time as thev might select. (Friday, the 17th cf August,
will pr- bnbly he the d iy for th ? mis* meeting, and the
Fauquier Springs the place I The chair appointed the
following gentlemen: Col. John. E Scruggs. James V.
Brooke, B 11 Shackelford. Kuos Hord, A. J. Marshall,
Dr. Thomas 11 Fisher and John M. Forbes.
On motion the procecdii gs were ordered to he pub
lished in the Wurrentou Whig, Gazette, Motional Intel
lige>urr and Uiehmond H’/iij,'.
The meeting then adjourned.
Cot. JOHN WALDEN, Fres’t.
Dr. Titos. If. Fistmi, Sec’y.
From the I'hi’adtlpMa Alla*.
TOUCHING EULOGY.
The -ubjoined touchii g address was delivered at the
grave of Kmtlia Koisutb Zulacski—a sister of the Hun
garian hero and orator—in Clin wood Cwmetcrv, by Mr.
M Ileilgriu, oue of her countrymen, and a former rise
deut ot Philadelphia, where lie is much esteemed by a
numinous circle of acquaintance for his many noble
qualities as well a> lor Ins emineut literary attainments :
“The grave has just closed over the mortal remain* of
one ot the uoblcsi beiugs whom misfortune ever drove
front a native land to die ou a distant shore; not private
m .fortune, for none would have been powerful enough
to detach her from the soil which gave her birth and in
which ahe was rooted with every fibre ol htr soul, but
public misfortune, such over w h eh a naliou mourns, and
a woild sheds sympathetic tears.
“Whoever scanned the featuris of that dear deceased
hilt a few moments befotc the darkness of the g-ave
spread it* vail over them forever, observed the calm
serenity which beamed Irom them like a living ray of
consolation to the mourner, saw that, like the daugh
ter of the East of whom the poet sings, • she smiled
when she died.’
“ And yet, alas, she died so far from the land in which
the cradle of her young dreams was rocked; so far
from the long-abandoned abode of Iter happiness, of
her kindred and of her race; so (ar even from the
grave of her tender mother, who, like her, died ill exile,
so far already from the time when the woild re-echoed
the glory of htr family; and far also fioui tb • certainty
of having her asbe* mingled with those sacred to her’
to be overgrown by the llowers and evergreens of the
father-land.
« And she was was poor; and ahe wa* homeless the
died a victim of persecution, misfortune, and overstrain
. i it.,. m ifh fat** and in L'loriou*
tUbrU of beuavoleuce, which would have sooner broken
many a frame at.-or ger than hers, but uot animated by a
spirit like hera. ....
•• Was it virtue alone w hich nude her audio when aha
died* Certainly virtue ebe possessed and displayed in
suffering - each as would have honored the sternest ol
the Roman.-; as would have been the pride of tbo Athen
ian Stoic; as has nevrr been surpas-ed by that of aov
being expiring in the faith which above all leaches resig
nation.
•* Rut it was not virtue alone which cast its soothing
rays over those dyiug features. It was virtue with the
happiness of gratitude.
" for scarcely bad the angel of death, months ago,
laid his linger on that noble brow' aud gjarked her as his
luture victim, when an angel of lovo approached her,
touched her with his stuff ot aid and comfort, aud said,
* >’0ble victim, as long as fate allows, thou urt under my
care.'
“ And lovo was stronger than excruciating pains—
more bright than the approaching shades of death were
dark. The homeless exile iound repose, comfort, conso
lation, and happine * on the couch of suffering; on the
threshold of eternity she regained the full vigor ol her
faith in humanity; and, expiring in a temple of love,
she more thau ever believed in a God of Mercy.
“Noblest of the funds of our deceased friend! what
you and vour? have d<?ue for her we know was the work
of f.icuihsjip, ol wbicfj n£uc wa* eyey more Reserving
than she. We kusisr that admiration of bt» glorious end,
as you watched her at every hour of the day, and every
hour of the night, wady your friendship deeper and
warmer thau ever. Rut we know ulso that yoi} loved
her, and watched her, und cheered her so teude,ly, not
only because she was your dear friend—not only because
you saw her dying as von kuew her living, but because
she was lue lonely daughter of a foreign unliappv land—
a gentle tiowi r, torn from Its maternal bed by one of
those otuel storms of fate which break empties and scat
ters nation*—a tlawer doomed to wither away and die
disfigured, unless bedewed to the end by the tears of
gonna thy, and kept bright by the warm rays of love.
* '‘■•i'ayo'of-. Jh»retore, if we whom the same blast has
drifted from her Und tH ;b;;}e shores if we now utter a
lew words of gratitude, and acktiqwieqg.. o;;r duty to ut
ter them. We have wandcreil through many a laud,
many an e»h*3J»rl frtme has (ailed, and many a heart
broken on the »»y. But it)**-’? a hi I ping hand wns
stretched toward the honielg--», Uuiua».:ty ij quiyersal,
aud beloi g* to all ntfona aud climea, bpt it ueyer shone
brighter than In the ease uo« before uti
“And il woman's unure makes t er the better r*pre**n
tative of the tender virtue, we ray with the wise author
of the Proverbs: ‘Many daughters have done virtuotkly,
but thou eiuellrst them *11.’
“Allow me to sav that if ever better fortune grants «*
repose in freedom jn the land Irom which she sprang
(-he of whom even this earth may he ptoud to embrace the
grave;) when tyranny will be doomed in our land by the
blighted iud:gilatiou'of a long-oppressed people, and
slander and envy slh ocod by the vrr,|i0l qf q natliro. »nd
the name of Roasuth reinstated in the ponpr* whicu no
tyrant, no malice, can any more dispute to the memory
of our Hanvadv, Rs-Ra’koo*y, or Sxechenyi, that the
name of Manning will live in the remembrance* of ‘he
daughter* of Hungary, coupled forever with the unue of
Emilia Russqtb."
BELL AND EVERETT IK BEDFORD.
From the Bedford Sentinel.
“Pursuant to previous uotic*, the OoustitutiODal Union
party of Bedford met at the Court-house, at July
court, for ihe purpose of ratifying the nominations of
tbosw two tried aod sterling patriot! and statesmen,
JOHN BELL, of Tennessee, and EDWARD EVERETT,
of Massachusetts, as their candidates for the Presidency
and Vice Presidency of the United State;; and nevor
were notninue&s endorsed with greater enthusiasm cr
more perfect unanimity. The Union Ratification meet
ing wes a complete success, and was composed of a lar
ger assemblage of the honest-hearted, hard-fisted yeo
manry of Old Bedford than wc have seen gathered 10
geiher for raauy a long day. It remind, il us o( the
spirit stirring scenes in the “hard-cider" campaign of
1810, when “old Tip" was borne in imphaut over the
wetl fought battle fields of the Union.
The’rpacious edifice was crowded to its utmost capa
city, every available spot on the main floor, uud in the
gallery, beirg densely packed with human beings. The
melting having bien called to order,
Ou motion of H. 0. Dickinson, E-q., Col. 0. A. Wing
field was railed to tho Chair, and John R. Steploo, Esy.,
appointed Secretary. The object of tbs meeting was
explained by the Chairman, in a few concise and appro
priate remarks, when loud calls being made for the lion.
vVm. I.. Uoggin (o take the stand, that gentleman
promptly responded, and with oue of those masterly ef
forts of "oratory for which he is so justly distinguished,
he held enchsiued the minds of the vast auditory uu’il u
late hour in the evening. It is generally couceded that
Mr. U's speech was characterized by a force or logic, a
strength of arguiueut, and frequent bursts of fervid im
passioned eloquence which have rarely, if ever, been
surpassed, it was alike worthy of the inau and the no
hie cause of which be wss so able an advocate.
We will not do Mr. (!. the injustice to attempt laying
before our readers eveu an o aline of his remarks, hut
will simply take a passing notice of some ot the many
points lie discussed. He proved that Democracy was
dead, to all intt uts and purposes, and that, by a singular
coincidence, just at the time of its demise, the Federal
Treasury was empty—he characterized it as having tieen
throughout its whole existence a ' dodgiug party," and
pointed out the demoraf ring (Sects of Democratic sway
upou the country, both politically and socially. He con
tended that Mr. Breckinridge was a atelitmal candidate—
that, in I’t.'.fi, he was elected Vice ('resident on the Cic
cinnati pi ulorin, which embraced the doctrine ol Squat
ter Sorercignlv, hut now he repudia'ed (he entire con
cern, and had goue otf at a tangent with the Yancey Se
cession taction. How could such a niau lie trusted by
the South I Douglas, he sail, was the more consistent
politician of the two, but both were sectional in their
views aud instincts, and the country, as a whole, had but
little of good to expect from citbv r of them. He allud'd
to he tarifl', currency, Ac , but expressed his willingnets
to sacrilice them for the | resent, aud ail other minor con
sidcratious.for thesak'O! the Union. He said that sectional
candidates were not what the di-tracted condition of the
country now required. It needed a man at the helm,
whose chart is the whole Union, aud his compass the
Constitution. Bxu. and Evxkktt were the men for the
times. They were the only Xaliounl candidates before
the people—they were ttied patriots and statesmen, aud
ti ue, aud their prirate character t o le-s than their public
acts were above the taint of suspicion. He illustrated
the tact that Mr. Uucbauan had connived ai’corruptiou,
to secure the election of his political favorites, and that
be was now exerting the influence and patronage of the
Government in behalf of the Yancey-Disuiiiun candi
dates—that, fur the tirst time in the history of the coun
try, the President of this great Republic had degraded
the high position he oceupied, by entering the political
ttieua as a partisan orator, aud concluded with an earn
est appeal to the friends of the Union to rally to tie
support of tlie Constitutional standard-bearers, HEM.
and EYKRE1T. Toe delivery of the speech was inter
rupted by frequent and loud applause.
After he had concluded, Mr. (I., olTend the following
Resolutions, as embodying the sentiments of the meet
ing, which were unanimously adopted :
Ketohml, Ity this meeting, that wc endorse most cot
dially the nominees at Baltimore, by the Conservative
Union Party, JOHN BELL, of Tenn. ssec, for the Presi
dency. ami EDWARD EVERETT, of .Massachusetts, for
the \ ice Presidency of the I uited States, and that we
will give this ticket our most cordial aud zealous sup
port.
llttobcd, That wc this day emhark io this contest,
and th«t on all occasions, a vigilant, out-spoken, indepen
dent, fearless, ai d vigorous course shall characterise our
movements, uu'il we ree the illuial prctligacy and cor
ruption of the Government put down, and honest men
placed tu the high offices thereof.
Ketolrtd, That we invite all patriotic men who are
devoted to the Union of these Slates, to co-operate with
us, and with us become gloriously instrumental in expel
ling the Gotf and Vandals from positions ot honor and
trust, and promoting the election of BELL and EVER
ETT, 11ue in n and patriots, alike devo cii to the inter
ests of tin- North and the South, the Eist snd the West.
littolrtd. That the platform ot the Union, the Consti
tution, and the Enforcenitn’. of the Laws, adopted by
Constitutional Union Convention at Baltimore, uu etsour
hearty approbation,as one on which all true patriots can
stand, mid will only stand.
Jjs F. Johnson, Esq., the talented Elector for tbis
Di.-tiiet, also addressed the meeting in a speech of mark
ed ability and po«er, hut, owing to the Utrness of the
hour, his remarks were recessarlly brief.
Thtoughout the entire proceedings the best spirit pre
vail! d. Animated by the justice of their cause, the
meeting adjourned, to rally agnln at the polls in Novem
ber uext, and, as one man, to east their votes for the
Constitutional Union Candidates, HEI.I. and EVERETT.
HORRIBLE TRAGEDY IN KANSAS.
(From the I'ounril lirout l‘re*t, of July ‘JS )
List Wednesday eveniug our citizens were thrown
into a state of gteat excitement by the report that
Josiah Thaver <rlint “Cvc Smith,’’ of this place, had shot
lus wile. With others we hastened to the house of Es
quire Mansfield, where Mrs. Thayer was stopping.
Mis. Thayer was lying on the floor with a p stol shot
wound near her right temple, the hall having passed
downward and lodged over the cheek bone, with con-id
eruble bleeding at the nose and mouth.
Mrr. Thayer (formerly Mira Fortune) came to this
place about ir year since with the family of Esquire Msus
t-ld, and about a month since was nmrric-d to Thayer.—
Their married life had not b en the most enviable, and
on the morning of the tragedy she left him and returned
to Mansfield’s. Just at night, she, with a little daughter
of Matistii Id’s, walked into town, a distance of a mile,
did a little shopping, and started to return. About half
way home they were met by Thayer, w ho accosted his
wife, saying that he whs going to leave; that he wanted
to part friends, as they should never see each other
again ; begged a patting kiss; put his hand upon her
■boulder, and, instead of the kiss, with the other, dis
charged a revolver, as above, her face being badly turn
ed with powder. How she escaped instant death is a
mystery to all.
Thayer immediately Hed. Sheriff Collier and deputy
sheriff Stewart, with a large number of citizens, give
pursuit. Stewart came in sight of him, and at one time
.’HTiip near arrestin' him: shots were exchai Ped but ow
ing to the darkness be succeeded in gaining the timber.
Watchers were put out and runners sent in all directions.
Sheriff Collier immediately issued a handbill offering fifty
dollars reward for his apprehension and delivery.
I,*tvr. Palm* Mor»i(u; —Jp-t'after dun, on Thurs
day evening, w e we ye again startled with the intelligence
that Cve Smith bad betu found dead hut a few rods Itom
the spot where he attempted the life of his wile. Coro
ner Stewart ini media ely summoned a jury and held an
inquest upon the body. Iu his pocket wus found n letter
written to his wife's mother, speaking of his love for her
daughter, their tnairiagc; oi report* against the virtue
of his wife; that she had been fouud iu lied with other
men; that a married man had boasted to him that day of
Ms intimacy with his wife even in the presence gf hU
wife, am) they had parted, be intending to start in>ine<T>
aU'lv to Pike's Peak
Partly under him was found a very small pocket revol
ver ; also a purse containing a $10 counterfeit bill was
fuuud in his pocket. Two bullet holes were found in his
bead; one entered his right par, passing through the
head, lodging near the left cheek hone; another euteied
near the right temple passing through the btain, shatter
ing the skull on the opposite side.
THE PRINCE OK WALE3 AT HALIFAX.
The telegraphic despatches in reference to the Prince
of Wales at Halifax, were verv mcacre. W^ ;ub4oi». au
account of b‘f notions un Tuesday, the tllst lust:—
*■ At eleven oiclock, A’. M., thc Prince left the Govern
ment House iu the uuilonn in which be lauded, and in
cotnnnuv with a|| (he members of his sujte rode to tbg
Coim.ipn tp reytew tfip (roups in the gaiytson and thp
volunteers. He was received on a!| sides with en(busi.
Ratio oheers ftom the immense concourse of people col
lected round the field.
When these had formed Into line, be rode past with
his stall' and received them admirably, receiving the
moat hearty cheers from the multitudes the whole way,
which he aokuowledged hv repeatedly lifting his cocked
hat and bowing. He then returned to wiiere the royal
standard hung fri in a staff, sud the troops filed past
with beautilul precision.
He subsi quently rode between the linrs, appearing to
cnj iy the wbule amusing. He was continually smiling
imi ..baiting wit}; the officer pear hjm, and be evidently
likes being lionized Hv* left the field amid a salute fioni
the volunteer artillery, which was the only firing that
took place.
He peyt tcjppoted tlio citadel, n„d returned to the
Government Hoi|se tp |,qncbeo|<, after wh|eh he return,
ed to the Common to witness rustic sports, which were
composed uf rapes, Ac ■ bv Indians aud Novu Scotians.
The ludiit'ia in their sports all wore their national ess
mine, aud attracted much attention. The tribe of Mic
mscs performed a war dance before him. Seven thoua
and people were assembled around him at this time He
1 Ogbed heartily at the ludicrous games and scenes, and
appeared very much interested iu the foot racing.
The Prince arrived at the ball io the evening, accom
nuuipd by all the mpmbers pf M8 s'J|l »t*d f.or4 itmgiaiO
He appeared ip his uniform, aud looked remarkably well
and goad humored. Ho gave a reception to all present
in the hall room, and they pass'd him In aingle fils. He
danced afterwards with Miss Young, niece of the Pre
mier, and the daugh'er of Mr. PiUburr, United States
Consul. He is a capital waltzer and a verv entertqlujn j
p irtuaf,
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TatrDa aud Ca*es made In every style aud hnbh, aud ail ma
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Pilot $85 to $75.
Office and Hales Room, Reivin'* block; entrance on 12th street; j
Abo in BelvlnA Atkinson’s Furniture Ware kowiti, Governor
Street. jt10 j
1’AUl II«NWARI-Jugt, Jin. Oiatu Hlehti, 4c,
a for sale at Factory priest by A. K. MOOKK. Agent,
Gary Hirer!.
SI W MIIL.-A Good second hand Haw fc.HI, with all ne
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OFPFR to the Trad- a Arrpe, /cg*A and «*</{-**/* U‘f aisoitment
of PA HIM FANCY GOl’D*. to which they w‘ll reedve con
stant additions by Steamers, daring the season Among their stock
may be found nearly all the New St,.lea and full lines of
H:lk IlRAin Cam, Hair Nina asp OoirriRW, Fax. t Ha»r Pisa,
Comb-! \m» Orsami-xtb, Smdim, Rklt Bt'CKI.r.n asp
Ci itei*. Gilt, Ac, Silk Watcii Gi abiw,
Fisk li.RTrp Csiaisj*, Fiiahi Pi\-,
Bai !»i a-*, Gamimu* Dkins
Bcttobh, Fancy Bki.t.-s
fcTRat. amd Gilt
JewBi.nr.
Br^is’a AcexmoKoMa, Ac., Ac.,
All of which they otter to the Trade at the lowest market price* and
Jy4—8a on the m. at liberal terms
kichhond nine lock*.
(WIbi.vk LOCKS. PEISOV LOCKS, SAFE LOCKS.
3/ bTuKK HOOK LOCKS.
Also, I.ocU Tor Private Dtvrliinsi.
rililK subscriber Is prepared to make any and all kinds of Loci a
X at the shortest notice. Also, Iron Hash for Htore Doors and
Windows, and m cheap as the same kind cf work can be made iu
or out of the State.
Bell hanging and jobbing done with neatness and dmpateb.
W. W. HNKAD.
Lcck Smith, bell Hanger and Silver Plater,
loth s'reet, between Main and Cary.
i nilEBA MIEIMIERD,
)l.ate Fisher \ Winston.)
DRUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES,
11 AYE dow on hand A Urge and fresh stock of
DRlT.a. MEDICINES, CHEMICAL*. PAINTB, OILS,
WINDOW GLAM.SURGICAL I eTRUMKArS,
BlDDLKbAGfl MEDICINE OH 1ST «. PA
tent mi dicinep, pF.RrrwrEV,
FANCY ARTICUB. IMPORT
ED BCG ARP,« HOICK
bRANDS OP OH! WING TOBACCO, Jkr.
\m
REDUCTION i \ PRICE.
Refrigerator,
ice CREAM BOWLB,
ICE PITCHERS,
WATER COOLERS, Ac.
Wishing to reduce our s’ook of the Above gomlj, we will sell
them at a small advance above eo t
hTEBRINS, PULLEN A CO.,
Cor. Oth and Broad sts.
VFINK AMOBTHIIT OF LIIIEV.S
kinds of Perfumery, rnoristlng <>f Extracts,Soaps *c.. fresh
an.1 In g-md order; with a fine lot of Hair Oil and Hair Pomades.
PorsaUbi w. i.. W v in-.. Dm lac,
jyE7 No. 107 llroad strtaL
■ABLY BOUGHTON Mil; AT.
f f\(\ BAGS of the above Wheat, for seed, on consignment,
I IMF a'-d for S »le by ul
Tt is when* yielded this seteon, on good land, thi’ty bushels for
one towed; rlptMd, nod washannted the first week In June. Is
»• ry fine ar.d heavy, and Is said not to leave been niT-cted by II/,
hint worm, or ru*t Price fr«S per Latin I, or fdper bag.
If_ HUNT A JAM Eg.
n.ilfIN.—Prime Family Cured Hxrns. for tale tv
jytl_JOHN N GORDON A SON.
ORA HHLN. KYTIU €. H OAB.-Forsale to ar
&y FI F , - WM. W \I.I. \< r HONS
SHARIS9 PATENT
COLTER HARROW.
\\rK Inv l, the •iKtitlini of the Farmlii" Coin in mi iff
>> to ihl.
NEW HARROW
which has been tried by mans practical Farmers, and pronounced
by them to be the verv best Implemen* yet made, for preparing
the Uud for seeding small grain, and < ft.dually covering the same
after ►ceding, with two horses doing the work of sit single Plow*.
We have purchased tne right for the tUate of Virginia, and are now
manufacturing -hem for the ensuing seasi.n.and respectfully Invite
ho etaiuiuatlnn of them.
jvll_GEORGE WATT A CO.
APFI.ETO.tS’
TRAVELLER’S GLIDE BOOKS.
i.
appi.ftonh’
OiUrial Railway Unlitc,
Containing Fu’l Tim,Tablri of tilth, Bailviyi loth, TaltnlFtttr,
and 0«D»ilu, anj 1UU U.pi, explaining *1 a (line, bow the Trat
etler U In proceed. Price. FA cent,.
n. |
APPUTONH’
Coni|»aiiion Hand-Hook wl Travel,
Containing a Pull Description of the IMocIpal Cities, Towns, an-1
PU'es of Interest, together wl.l. Hotels and Routes of Travel
through the United Mites and the Canadas. With Colo ed Maps
Price, paper cover, *10 cents; cloth, «"» cents. (Ready July 1st.)
ill.
APPLKTOVg’
lllii«|rn|«Ml of Autcriian
‘ fruvrl,
A Full ami Reli«blc Guide, by Hgl'way, Btogmlx at and Stage, to
the Cities, Towns, WaUrfalls, Halt's Fields, Mountains, River*
Lakes, Huntlr g and Pis dng Grounds, Watering Places, Bummer
Resorts, and a 1 8 me# and Objects of Importance and Interest in
the United States and Brill, h Provinces. By T. Anni.<o« Run ami*
With Careful Maps of all Parts )f the Country, and Pictures of Fa
mous Places and Seems, from Original Drawings by the Auth r %nd
other At lists.
Part 1, ccntalQlng the WorthfUl and Has*ern Plates, I’ 00.
M 9. t Roulhefn and Western Plate*, 1 00.
(|r the two part* bound In on# volume, #1 .Y).
Either of tne above s»nt free by mall on receipt of prire
D. APPLETON' A CO . Publishers,
jeS* _ __4ia and 410 Broadway.
SAMUEL AYRES &c SON.""
CommiMiuu nUd Porwaraioif JliTcbanU,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
OFFIB BOB SALE—G a Kin Licorice, Ollft OIL Adamantlsi
Candle*, Tobacco Flavoring, Boi aad other Nalla, Scotch ui
Aasrlcto Pig Iron. Botoo A Oo.'i Maolpclaled Ooaoo, OIoti
ood. Ac . Ac_eeT —It
Ghkat rkdi ction in the rules or
Fancy Culmcrc Billin'-.. BLIrti
rllArVa, HAILEY A CO.
110 Main Street,
JyTA Late Tupman A Hull!.
H AVANSA CIQABIb-A small consignment genuine
Havana Cigars, various brands. Home very superior, for sale
In quantltlf-* »n suit R RJNSQM A RMnrRTR
1JHIM K RUTTER*—10 flrklns prims R..cklnghsra county
X Hull r on consignment, for uale low to close.
jyJi k HO UK RTS
SURGIO %L INSTRUMENTS*—Cases complete of the
he* manufacturer—for sale by
Jy21 l»OVr A CO , Wholesale T>mrgt»ts.
NOTICE*—As we are determined to furnish ou* Men
turners and Uie public generally with the very best of Goo
In our line, either manufactured by ourselves or Imported, for La
dl?s, Gentlemen, MUsee Hoys, Children, at the lowest prices, ac
cording to the quality, all in want call no
ALEX. HILL A CO..
Manufacturers and Importers,
Ho. 1ST Main 8t.,
|«4 Vcbmond. Va
X1IMR OLD UffllTK HHIJiKV An article that
X gives almost universal .j*llsfectlur. Kept constantly ou hand,
fir sale h> A- F. MOORF- Agent,
jyf7 Oary Street.
rUOI'H, in \x bags, fur sale by
’ f A. E. MOORE. Agent,
Jy8f Cary Street
DOVE’S ELI ID EXTRACT PAREIRA Br«
VMHDtl Riirliu for the rure of Chronic niseases of the
Urinary Psssagts Calculous AITrrtloos, Leucorrhora, Dfepsy,
Jaundice, Chrorde Inflammation and Uluee*ttlon of the Kidneys
and Hlad ler. Prepared and for sale nnly, by
DOVE A CO., Wholesale Drug»i»ts,
__WctfOT*. V*
PLANTATION 4'Hi > HK. l* Urii« lo,t o( Ant aid plan
Utlon Clgara,.a*t recglr <1 ■ ud Ln aple It
,y*X ' _ V0\ E t 00 , WbukaaU DruygtaU
SPRING ANDSm.lfKM fU)TUlN« offaocyCm
O Ilmira, whit* and fancy Linen, Alpaca, and Drap d' Bit,
that »»at he cloatd out thla icuon In make room for Fall ilcrk,
FHAFKB, HALBBY * CO ,
«»* ftreat,
Lata Tupman A Hull. jflL _
41 iTw K U K M.' » A Bk B. L,
DENTIST.
Oflc* fc Rwidmce SouthSide Main (t btlwcan ( h »ttd
btb blreeUi
(Rva *0#F4 ahone (VaaMAaaaN Mm* Bo4a4J
RICHMOND, VA.
HAVING aa experience of tea yaara In hi* Pro- 0 - Ja
faMlon, na f.ala oonldant of |Wni aatiafhr. SKg^Kdf
ttsi M Ihoaa vho may f»for him *Uh lhair patron- 1
v, mMA-ta 1 * *•'
* isc*t r. javmroK, twqxaji ■. whit 1*0,
of Louisa Co., Va., of Hanorir Uo.f Va.
IOII1STOX A WHIT E NG,
Grocer* and Commlnlon Merrlmnti,
Conor 4th and Broad Streets,
lUanevn, Va.,
Stop constantly on hand a well s<-loct«* i stock of
GH0CKMK3, UQUORg. Ao, ft a,
Ja$S And attend to thesal*-s of all kind of Country Produce
GBNTIRJBNr WL.IR
Ofb’Jditilt Me Ino fihirti
Do do CoM n do
Do Male Thread do
Do Bilk and Merioo Drawers
Do I.Die, 91 k, K11 and o'hrr Gloria
Do Cot too, I t«!e rad Mlk Half dor*
Do Jape aad Colored Bordered aud Hemmed iiandker
crlc's
Black and Fancy Neck Tlee
Linen Collars, Fhlrt fronts and Posprnders.
CIJRIMIAN A LATHROP.
_99 Main Street !
GJKAIN ( HADISS, CHAIN ( HADLSS
I Cc«by s Wood Brsce
Baoodert* ** "
Orant’s Wire M
Grant's " " Southern Pattern
Brown ft Co.'s M "
Codon's “ **
Alo, Clover and Grass A* vibes complete ; wood and Iron Snathe,
Glesorra, Rakes, barley aud wheat Pork*. woml Tiara For «ale by
W M PALMF K. SON A Co.
KCII t|KH CLOTHING
at lUMalN MTBFKT, for sale very cheap.
Gras* L'rteu Coats
Fancy Linen 8tdlii
Black V pace.a Ci at#
vt hite I.men Coat*
Grass IJnca Wats
White M.faellka Vesta
Game Under 9hlrts
• Gossamer l.'oder rhtrts
Brown *Qd W Idle a.vcs s
Nc-Mr tki and Suspenders.
Call anJ examine them.
DARRAf 01 P, HARRIS ft CO
SIMPSOM A IlkpBI
J JA YE od hand a good aasoitmetd of
(5 A II 7. E AND 3II. K
SHIRTS,
and iffcr them Lithe trade on
. Renson:il>l(‘ T(?mi3
Ctll.t I ID M AIN TRENT,
Richmond.
ri a xo 11 sai 0 k a ii a
Oil flu- IlurMpt'aii Plan,
CITY OF NEW YORK
Sinulo Rooms.GO Cts. per Day,
CITY MALI, SQUARE, CORNER OF FRANKFORT STREET,
(Opjio ite City II.ill.)
Meals, as they may be ordered in the spacious Refectory. There
is a Barber's Shop and Bath Rooms attached to the HoteL
N. B.—Hi-ware of Huontra and llnrkmen^o
toy ve are fulL 1ft. PKENCH,
maS Proprietor.
lyLANTFK YAKD.—Haring leased t!ie lot next to my
I Warehouse on the Dock, I shall keep constantly on hand a
supply of the best LUMP PLASTER, which I will u-ll at the lowest
market rate*. A!l Plaster sold by me wl I he W FIG if H> Ot'T Ad
DELIVERED, so there win be no loss in we'a'ht to the consumer,—
Orders from the trade filled on accommodating terms
IfteH A. E LIE
\V ARREN’S T1 :RBINK
WATER WHEEL.
(WARKFN A DAMON'F PATENT.)
MAVoracrrMm ar th«
atii hk an u v rnt wheel company,
BOSTON.
THIS Wheel stil! stands at the head for great economy In water.
Over *•»«» mre now operat ng with gr*at -tu^rwn in Gotten and
Woolen Factories, Ac., Ac., With Its modrrn improvement* It
cannot l»e ntirpasMrd. Ser.d fcr our 7;h annual pamphlet of
1^», (enclose 'i •tsrnps,) containing a treatise on hydraulic*. beau
»l*ul Illustrations of the Warren, Tuiblne, practical rule* for com
puting Water Power, Prig* a. Ac , Ac.
If Is it.- Wheel for th- North. because !r? d >es not affect it; for
th** South. because It *s compact and ready to attach and operate
without great mechanical skill; for the W« rid, because 1* generates
more available power from the water used than any ether Watci
Wheel In existence. Address A. WARRKN, Ag-nt,
hi Exchange Fire*t,
tta‘211— Mil P gsR,MMi
FAMILY KNITTING MACHINES.
A MpppumIj', a *onr<*«* of I’rofif, HoallKi
sin at l*!<%it*em*.
Tmt Atxxx Ksrrnxo II*. msg Co. having located their principal
Office In New Yi ik. arc prepared to supply their superior KNIT
TING MACHINE** to order, wholesale and retail The AIKEN
KNITTISO MACHINE I* acknowledged superior to all other*,
both In *pced and execution, capable of knitting perfectly ?0,oifk»
lo**ps per minut-, fjoa a single thread. Letters Patent secured
both In this and European countries P »nd for a circular.
_ _ J. H. AIKEN.
miW - 11m 4*J9 RroaJvvny, New York.
SILVER PLATED IVAKE
Klaver Plated Ice Pitchers.
Fllver Plated Caters, chasid and plain
D» do cake and f.iP‘ Baskets
Do do Tea Pets, richly engraved
Do do Gobi ts and Mugs
Do do Fpoont and Forks
Do do Ladles, for gravy and soup
I)a do Urns, plain and engraved
Do do Butt >r Kniviii
Do do Balt and Muviard Ppoons.
Other articles of Plated Wars of iho finest gends for sale at very
low pricn, lijr c. LI MSBKN,
N. II.—Wtu-het, Jow.lry, Hpeou.'ln, Ac., rrtlrnl In tl . belt
manner .nil .I low rttta. 0»U at No. !•# Main S'rect,
1* Richmond.
WB HAVE IV STORK AND OflVr to Snlr
on as favorable terms as the art cle ran be Imported for, fif
ty packages Of, \ and •, pipes) cf pure and best quality ViUCNOB
BRANDY, of our own Importation.
•«* Af.VKV A Ufr.’.IMH
JULY 1KG0.
TlfOMAN II. PKIf'K A CO. will place upon the'.r
counlera, lobe sold duriog the present and ensuing months,
all sf their stock of
Summer Uresas (»oq;lst.
With many oilier things, at aator.Uhlogb o<w price*,
klegtnt Bilks and HUk HobrA
Organdie Mcsttn and Rob.*
h iigllrh Bat -gel and Rich lobes
Jaconets, Lawns, Cambrics
Hernanl Rohes. Grenadines
French and Engll-h Chinta
fshawls. Mantles. Linens
Bheeilngs Dam^sV^
Embroider',;*. M*airtr, Ae., Ac.
*;WO»C imlMlK MINfLVSU Ur*e ,nJ complete;
S so, DLF1 ERX rf eVery nisterial for travelling, krpt runsiantly
on hand or made up at their Mawtiixa Mami * ictuav upon a few
hour* notice.
New (ioodi bj> i»i rf arrival.
W T. R. PRICE A 00
'!• t *'d"rted, fur gala
5U pauDv a WILLIAMS.
CO-PA MTNKHSH IP —We have this day associated with
us In ilie Clio*. Glass and Earthenware business Mr J. Oak
Lixt» 8xa*.anx under the flrtr of tiTLlil<IN8a Pl’LLEN A CO.
W'e arr grateful to the public for their patronage the pasttwen
ty yeais. and solicit a cont.nuance fur the new concern
_T"'* II. IVII Kl F.RHIN’0 A PTTLLI*
TIIE MASONIC HARP.
4 (qU'vIiou of
NIANOVff 01)**, II % .If NR, NONf.R, *<•.
fOf Ute public and private ceremonies and festivals
or THIS FRATERNITY.
BY GEORGE W. CHASE, K. T.
Kdllor of the Masonk Journal, go
Yor lair at P. H. TAYLoiw Muale Btore,
J1* _ __IviMaln rtrrrt.
PRICES RKDTJQBI).
BLINDING «ur stock of DRF4M and other FANCY (40000 rather
I. too heavy, we shall, fism this date, reduce the prices as fol*
OWI. Ray
Handsome FrenchPrinted Bereges,«.*»
Very pretty small fleure, half Mounting do., to
Super French Organdie*, 0ft
Do. do Jacket* gft
Super Chk.i j pMuarr Organdie*, SO
Faua/ Deeas Silks, all bought this Spring at nnusnally
low prices
Grey Dress Goods, al! qualities, at cost
bilk, Lace, Poplin and other Mantles, at reduced prices
French Work rt.tts, Collars and 6keves. new onJ i»re»ty.
Our stock of fctaple Goods Is as good as It has assn during the
season.
CWDetermined to reduce the «to«k we shall c tfer the Goods at
I.UW PRICER j t«* CHILES A CUENIRY.
COPPKK Mlbbls Extra 0 and 0 Sugar, to
store fcr sale hy
M*_ CHAR T. WORTHAM A 00.
GEORGE WARNER.
Commission'Merchant
ixn inuxT lou tux am or
TOBACCO, FLOUR, GRAIN and FOUTHIRW PRODUCE generally
16i Month Euiaw Street,
Oppoalte Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road Depot,
BALT^nbSE.
REFERS BV PERMBMON,
Menra. Spoil,, H.rvcy A Co, Richmond,
" Atvey A Llpacomb, do
“ Kirkland. C>'U' A Co.. Baltimore,
*' Toulmln, Yoorkei J A Go , Mobil.,
Mlchl Warner, bq., l-rcildwt Machanlc’ Bunk, Baltimore:
mall—ly
• IK TO 30 IIANIS—country cored - renr aaperlor, So, hr
— broiling, for tale by A. K. MOORE A«nl,
JF-'f Gary 8treet,
THE ALHK.RAMLK
INS BRANCH COMPANY.
or CH4*Lan*sviT.LE, Virginia.
Office fc.r Sla»( Ivtcraoce, 180 Mala Street Richmond, Virginia
Politic, granted ou Ike moot bhcrat term,, for one or a term of
yea-,. KNOWLES A WALFORD, Afenl*.
F W Hagscct, M. D . Examiner.
t^rOQii', hour, II) o'clook. dalle. j,)7
SEASONABLE MODS AT UEHI'CED 1*RUE8.~ ~
Hfrigeratorx.
V» *ter C«oS« t*, tad
lee Pltrhers.
HAV^nq . V. of ih« above ddrable and indiapenavble aril*
clo yet on hand, *e Intend from Ihlx data to offer them at a
eery low price. Thoae In want mill do wed to ,lve u, a call
W. r. BUTLER A NON,
irIS_1* Pear i or I Aik it.
(IA4DLKR, fir.'bota JaokXanW aammer Oandie., for aal,
J br l»*4 I AO N. DAVENPORT
A FIN* LOT OF ALPACA MILK Ll'tTKH
and Brown Linen Unite',, at reduced price,.
SHAFER, HAL«EV A CO.,
110 MalnBtr«*t,
JjU Lata Tb. C» A null.
ANOTHKS LOT OF VIST IIIPIUOI
OOUVTBT CUBVf) UAMI, Jut reee ved. tar MU by
i|10 A. K WOGRR, Afettl, Gary IN,
ftEHT AM) RICH JilTEMlY,
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, STf.VER AND TLATFl)
waki;.
S. J\.. MYEB9. ^
<y>RWV«f| vim s»f» r»msnoir i, s tfftiowi*, vtacryvA.
HA;» ju»t received, In a 1-title it to I.D already l«rg« aed rtf
vileiulre inoitmcbli, a i cau'.i'cl • ol *otior» of «|| p/5!
the latest SU'I m«st elegant styles of Walthn, Jewelry, AkJI
Silver and Plated Wat*
Watches untAUfsctured by the following celebrated maker*
Jalct Jurgtnaoi, Y It A lain A JUns, David Taylor Henry l*y«
mr.oli L *01011. Alfred Lavalett, and MI.rr c* ebrateo roskrrs.
n!4K0Sni-A e^ry Urge and rich ti go rime t of Diameada
and other preci m I tores.
Diamonds. P. arls, Opal, Carbuncle, Garnet, Cora), Cameo,
Onyi, in riti. ax rniir #**'«,
Alv* —8p*** * iclcs—H aziilhm Periseopls IN hbL**, **• In fold,
silver and steel f>amet. Clocks, Cutlery anu Jewelry of ci try da* •
scripiloo. ,
The public are respectfully lavltedto . i«rolu« the above before
purchasing. 8. a MY RIP.
mafS__Cor. Main sad Pearl 8te.
SOUTHERS LOCK MAHUF&TOHV. A
DV. H UNO l ocks of every description ; Sliding IW Trim*
mlogs of the best quality. Also, Prison and Bank Locks
Hinges and l» dt* of any height. Bells hung, with or wttf.uM t
Tubes.
Al l. KIND8 OP REPAIRING DORR.
As I «cll no work but my ova manufacture, I am prepared !•
Warrant It to g.ve entire satis fa*lion to these who may favoi o*g
with a call.
WIL11AM RkADY,
Halo Street, betwen 8th and #th,
fcl^-ly Rtcwwoaw, Va.
MKIUQ’fi IM4YO IOKTE1
THL8 Pi iNO certainly turps**** all that w „• con
ceived the instrumeul capable of, arid yet Us
whale conatractirn Is so tlmplj at -I common *en-l
cal, that U recommends its-l/ at once aa the onlv If ♦ ? II
true plan, and It s a natural cause cf winder, as In all such cases,
why It was not dls*'r*v«rtd before The theory on which tt la made
»lvra tt strength and ronsoquent power t<> keep In tune far beyimJ
a Plano built upon any other plan. It /« tn fort f*.s Um Mu*.*
in (Wrfrtiv - From the New York Es^rsaa.
P H TAt LOR hu also several icr.od hand Pianos which hs
will sell • heap for cash.
»»* 188 Slain Siract.
1 SCO. IS60.
WILLIAMS dr ELLIOTT,
UT 3I*ln Mrrel, itltkmouil, Va.
IMPORTERS, WH0LK3U.E A RETAIL Hi.ALLRS IN
HARDWARE,
FI.\£Kl‘Ut TOOLS, BUILD1.VU UAUIjMAHE, FABA11SA
DJPLEMbSTS, He.
HCttS, FPOK*S. FELLOES f PR 1X03, At!*, Bolta. Baola.
Leathet*, Cloth*. Trimrolo,*, Ac , Ac. ’
MACHINES’ GOODS.
Btll'n*, Pack'np, Clrco'tr f»»«, Dole1, iUw Goanm flit*.
Wrench*, fleam Coe.*, MhLtlo, Gat,$n, Ac. * ’
Airrol* for the BALTIMORE Bkl L and BRaMI WORRS. Alien’*
Patent STEAM Gt'AGKS »nj Crockett'* COACH VARNLMILS Ae
LoeomoUve *ud St. tm Enrfn. to,'lien, R.!lren<1 tad 6» Coni
pnnl* Ae , *uppllei »!th Br*« Work at manufacturer’! nrlcen
myli—If *
II LA I) qi'AKTEBfi
BOOTS AND SHOES.
No. AS .flalit Street, RirifHOND, Virginia.
PAOK'3 Sho* Wore M MaP, Cinet, offer, facliltt* to famlUr.
whether !n <1iy or Couol/T, for layl.., It, their eupptl* 0I
»oe,. th.1 are r.relr tie, with. bel„K enabled to furolth every
member of a family ulih ar.y iweiiptlon of ,her* Ac foi bom/
parlor, or out of Boot B»e, boll, of hta own end th.Vert Ho”k'
ern manufacture. f»rm.r» wulmy c.ea*urr* wlu t * iunuiied at
zi::z LiTh^!?.* -r.«
In adJItlon to a conrfant supply nf all Ho,!, of .hen alter own
make I have a* .treat a variety of ti e Deu Nof.kern made Bo”
wnd 8no«s as can be fnufail in snv house In Virginia.
J.NK.S“ ‘h; ■"»' Ilnok «J •*»«»•
—1_ U. PAUe.JI,
OOFFE£>I PATENT
knitting machines,
»"« PLAIN STOOKIXU AND PANOV KMTTINti
—ai»o—
BUc-liint-i for kniltiuK I'rgwrr*, Shiiu, lu,,
or ai i, si/ea.
Rib Maobiofs of I fc I, $ r i, o 4 a aiu! s a ? r,n
*** »***> AXO Vkf»* TO fiHimR.
TUBS* Machine etc the plain .ngi!,‘. Pprlug Needle on a rrw
_ l!ng°ln u-r‘>°d **">h*ttnrr" *n4 mo*' »pM ntVblnafoe
The GcUce Patent Family KUtdiur Machln•totcmlrv un*
I l.inlul. ■>1 Ii a new nnd etvecfjl fealn’, lu the aieful lu.
eeutlcnt of the »ge, or,! rank. wbh the Pewlr* Marhlrr
AG BUOY AM. SALES ROOM
. . N».5T7«HilADtt AV, NifW Y«iiK.
1*1-Mm HENRY C. LEA, amt.
WALTER c. WHITEMAiT,
FIXE O K Of'I K I EH,
W.Coritrr Mill Dill An Ii Streets,
PHILADELPHIA,
importer or
CROSS A IIUCSWI I. I.'f
T’-.nf’rlish Pickles and fc’auoos.
PAKTICILAR NtUrtlco paid to itlecUfif M.M TLam ivn
OOm.B, for famine,. PUG tl?S nlw.jl M |ie£ ASD
Choice RINW, LIQUORS tnd bKG.Mt-,d th. bo, Br,".*^*
-- - - __®xx — rtj®
1 ,* j | HALP.A (IP V lit M'|>| |t kOM Visin'
loU THY IIAY.juilreceived *,w*
lOOOScl.e.01^-, Queen Lit, lltnu, r.o»a i^k t. Ihi wo.Id
Frrfh Hatter received twice a *rw*
& chest* of very superior Tw*.
for .ale by ADHFRT A. T.. DkBOTtY
m.4 ‘lroc«J' »»d feed Sloie.
-—-- *r0*‘l Bi., oppaahe Theatre.
KEMOVaL! i-*
ic, c, barton
!Y„n*AkV«M.OVK1’ T0 TIIK NKW B! hmm
Ready MadeMillinerv Article*
a. well a, t > id,| to the .onrenlence and pront* of hi, tcnni.,,,.
Bipedal altenUor, w II be glean to the ' * “* •
KIBBOA L. I Kt.M U TUr,l Eli DEPARTJIESr.
And the aaeoitmcat will be found couplet# duifos al. ^
the year. In connection with MILlu,,» Article," h.MoH?8***
gereral tuor nent of Ladle’ ’ Aruelc, be wlU keep «
COLLARS AM) S(,E£VkS, LACE CAPES AND BERTRAM
LACK and Mdl’RJUkiQ VEILS, till 1 UAL ,
Ue wouhlaleo luelfe attention to a »» ... ^
hu added to the MUHnery Bbalon..\l,
Cf.OAKS WD XANTILUk,
Which will be un*!t*f Ixe *y,.»-rv i»Ioq of a cr»rni.r\wui Bra/saw >w
url| FbxBituns wlU l»e received monthly w%
0v* •*! order* will meet with prrmpt «iUaUui. mxW
WILLIAM E. McCOT. CIbWaKU MATiiCWW
OToCOY A MATHLWKg
\ ii'uinia Tobacco A<jontr*,
IH llayae HI., Charlealan. <k. g
rrfrruicka
Meeere. Olivia, Buptg A fv.,«iv, i
“ n«..f,ui W W.ujiii» A Oa, VChartvetOte.
J»««.■* Baocaorv, Ja, Kiq., j
Jwo. F. Wif its, Kaq., i
Knwi* A. Harm, Kar, tRlcbnori.f
mvW T"‘»w Mii. I AA,*.
T A DIEM’ DREMI GOOMI -
^ AT fjQgj, LADIW DBK8S OOODS I
AT COST !! r
The month of Jane being at hind, and ftnding^urrtoA of
Ladies’ Dress Goods
to be con.ider.biy larger than la dealrable, and, de. irons of alrlta
oar frlenda and coat.,mare the advantage of an enllrv era
of Dree. Goode at every aeaaon, hemdws aupphl.g them,,,,'.
Cheaply now, ae have determined to veil from to-day all onr Drew
Oooda. of every description, fr.im Rich Mika to ord narv L..77
during the mooih cf Jone at coal, and many atylea of Hood. In
preference to beeping them over, greatly below coat. In fact 'we
wlil make ft '
GRKAT CLEARING OUT SALE.
Will be added, on arrival of steamer from New York on Mondaw
suit pel not at, le.new design, PKlNTkll LAWNS and ORGANDItB
—just what every body wants.
Aleo. ••St) new atrle LH.ll.-e’ Urapldnrt. eonalatln. of
“***' ** ■*« Cloakt, Lace Tnlmu. turnons, lie#*
Shawls, and which, on account of the latrnrsa of the icuon will he
sold at nearly half the prices they sold for marly a month'ego.—
A call from all In want la respectfully requested *
, . J- MU.UIISRR A BRft.
___ISR Broad Strrei
Dta. nttPKAT’* YEGBTiULE LIRE PILL*
•nA I liofnij Ritters have been thoroaghly tested
and pronounced a eoverelgn remedy for dyepepola, fatulracv!
heart-burn and head ache, costlveneaa, At.rrhma, fevers of/ll
kinds rheemaUam gout, gravel wo raw. .carry, ulewrv. erupt!,,
complaints, salt rheum, eryalpelaa, common colds and laffneamu
Irregularity and all derangement af the female syetem idles ui
raricus other dUcaaca to wbleh the human frame la llebto b
jale by the proprietor, Dr W. B. MOFFAT, M broad war Im
Fork, and by Dremitata genarally all oeer the ewaatry
_ ••if-dAwt,
ST. I'll A KLEN HOTEL,
Corner Wall anti Main Streets
RICHMOND, YA.
A J. SACHDFRA f _
rnvfl Rm MARTIN MAItltrX.) Troprleikm
3*0. A LOWNRA WM A a ~
LOW.TEN * COOK'S
Foundry and Manuiactory
■mi* mMwt, iaak am, aicxnoao, nanism. **
HATING made large addition U ear akop, ta an* the Ncuthat t
*ui sell at th. Northern prices of 1SSS We ba< «
over 100 dlff.rrnt dealgne of Rain and Ornamental Main..
Jerandaa, Halrwnl a, Parvli Plrcig, Nlgiaw
Boards, As , kc , Vault and Cellar Doors, Iron dash, hhatter,
and general Blacksmlthlng and lolahing dona whk nealaeaa and
laapatch
vr Cemetery Ralttaa fas the cawntry, made aa aa U be act an
by an ordinary mechanic jamb- tf *
• jon-r Ml Aka.-, a wry lupeiior’ art He ol Fort Wine, la
A glam and wood, direct from Oporto. Far sale by
, 0. CRAK7.
ill_No. '• F.ebange WWk
■HIP BROKERAGE. '
THR and, reigned have thla day termed a co partnenkfa an her
the atylw of » ILLHPACC-H A RRAD, for the aurwwwbef col
dnetlng the SHIP BR0KKRA3R buatnem and rammilMli mint
Ike patronage of their frlenda and ike puUU
a! millspadgr,
J AMR* A REAR,
. . Ooty aa A lkt mrwsta, aoor Ms Dock.
Bnkmnad Jaaaaaw lai IMS l»f(Uii
m'*’ CLOTrilNn.— Alagaw*, Ootk, oad CmQ
*»!*, far Boys from IT to N yean ol age AmnrtmTmildL
o'*_ WM. ||| StofTV
■•.-••Saagvr'i" Gennlao Menard 1« k- ves f s
M Ml. b, Jp» h A 6 R. BAr"nVwt, 1

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