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RICHMOND DAILY WHIG.
nun
D*Oy Paper, f 9 p*r annnrn; Send Weekly, >5; Weekly, IS; a
wayv la advance. Remittances may ba made at the risk of tha
Fabdahon ta all oases whore ertdooce Is taken oa the deposit of a
. letter la tha Foal OAee containing money.
uvmrmm.
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Wales* W-ecHed on the Manuscript, or prevloaaly agreed epos be
tween the parties
An advriWeemont net started oa the oopy ter a spccMed nam
bar of lasoettoos will bo coo tin aod until ordered eat, and payment
exacted arcordtngfy.
tW“ Kaunas* A caarmwanra —To avoid any mteuolrrvtoilng
an the plrt of the Annual Advertisers, It Is proper to state /U<Madly
that their prlrllereoooly retends to their Immediate bualnem. Real
fetatc. Legal and all other Advertisements sent by them to be an
additional charge, aod no rvrlattun.
yW" Real Estate and General Agents’ Adre. tteements not to bo
Interred by the year, but to be charged at the usual rates subject
ta inch discounts aa shall he agreed apoa.
Booksellers and yearly advertisers, generally, engaging one
j nr more spnares with the privilege of change, shall not, on Ihet*
- ysar y average. In any one weak. Insert m.-e than the am-unt
agreed upon as the standing rule under the contract, and all exoee
, Abe such amount to be charged at the usual rales
Advertisements inserted la the Peal-Weekly Whig at u oenla
par square of !• Rasa or lea tee the Arm insertion, sod 50 cents
per sqoare for -ach continuance, or If weekly. 75 cents
Wt oBr for tain Urn above standard brand of One-Co-per
Dioulle t-Malted Rye-Whisky, In bnrr-la and half barrels—
As it le of our own dtetlUiatlon, and highly improved by -ge, we
eouRdscsiy recommend It as the rcaatr and heal Wtdaky that can
paaelhiy ho dMUad. Weateoolbroar
Old Family Kye Whisky.
and other brands, from the largest stock of Floe Whiskies In the
United stales
* FREEN IA 3c tPlPSOA, Ph.cnlk DUtUlery.
Vs Iks dct-ylfili /fieer, /’Idshfjdis
OevtcaMWau. Framer, Nsw Tom; and
mh*1—dip I HU Rugtn Pmurepr., Pim.APm.rain
WM. R. WILLI AMS. SAMUEL T. REID
WILLIAM!) * KtID,
PRODUCE
Commission Merchants,
a. a corxkp. walsct asp secoKD srnaar,
4'ia< tan.ill, Ohio.
8ott4?t order* for all binds of U< «trrn Frost are, and make
thnl Cull tdvaB(M »a fouiiKUinruU for laic, or
Hr* Imutiw bought and Stored on account of purchaser*,
•elf-dlf__
fJIVfK NBW AND POFI LAK BOOKS,
(SOT rot THI DAT OSLT.)
sir Kotina'* Ghoat. By a Contributor to **The Atlantic.**
This W 'Q.lerfttl book pronounced by critic* superior u> any •i'ullar
A ...... « ,
Grrin ilBf. By Kx>*c*t> Aaorr This author raaka frd In
Tan*, and his book* are read uaore than xav *ther author'a “This
eharmln fan eel U by fxr hi* beet Hook.”
K> * lory of Sor land. hath Kdiuon of this elefant
wort U tea ly. N.»t only a uk** intcivetlna story but the hand
somest bo<>k of the c >«! ever issued. This new edition la Mill an
Inturtvemcnt over other* in beauty of binding. |l,Uti
Ttir Koru ib Question. By Ki*ul**» Aa»rr Ttil* U
Ike -Boston Correct K .Uun,*’ • tliled by Rev. IL S. Kirk, and la
correct in every particular k»c
Art Mk« rr:»liou», richly Illustrated. • ordaining Inatrnc
tkas.n Drawing Orecian Pain tin*. Anthiue do., Waxwi-rk, Hair
do., and In fact to all of th* ek-ga'd accvmpUahments of the day.—
A vain*Me book for teacher* »• »—a
•r«. Twtan tomon I amove* $1.24. . „
Kloiiriipky of M ir-T.-tuskt-TIen—unlverxaUy «
ki>owle.lg*d ae one ol the boat hooka tor youth ever pubnehed. SOc.
Above tor wl« by «U Book»eIlT», and »ent by mull by the Pub- |
J. ». TILTON k COMPANY. !l.«ton_
KLMOVLD. I
Ge A. BARG AMIN, JR.. ha»e removed to tbetr New Store, |
. No. fit Main Street, .even doom abovo their old •tend,
when Ib.y here ieereaeel th-lr UctUlie* f-r doing nil klrnb ol ,
work la their line, ench ee polling op eeery deecrtptlon ofWntnr
fixture.. Hydrunie, Water Oloeete, Bath., BoUem. Cook.n* &ang.e.
Pomp., Uydreudc Rama. 4« Patting up Portable Gae Work*. |
Ittlnx iu> bulldlno wl'h gae plpee and fixtures.
AU tone »f tin work, Roolng.bc., heating bnll-Ruge with hot
,fr WUOT rr uram They take thU oceaelou to ttate that Uiey
hero .he be.t Hot Air Purnaee In thin or any other country, which
Ifc.y will nut op and warrant to give eallefaotiaQ.
A large ,«eortmrnt of plain and fancy tin ware, and Oratee and
Vender, alwaee on haa*.__—
CUP 1HTYRHAHIP JIOTICfc
IHAVRthG day unaoefiated with me. In the Comiulealon, Grocery
and Liquor bo.in.ee, w. L dialer The buelneee wiU be eoo
.—i» u,, ub, 0f j. W. NIP* A GO. J- w NIP*.
No. », Main Street.
P R—I take this opportunity to return my Sneer* thank* to my
frlende tor V.elr liberal there of patronage during the iaet hree
year., and eoBelt for the new concern their coQtlouedyurtirA^
HOOFING!!
VR IV El. HOOFIVJ!!!
RIUTE.1A (OR KELT) RuOfllO Ml!
TIN aovrufi.
NVo are now prepare.) to put on the GRAYnL BOOVlNO, of a
eory euperlor quality, .lahet In town or country.
amOS kind. otafrmtR*
OONDUOTOSS, _
and LIGHTNING RODS.
CHARLEh, D. YALE A 00.,
lion Btoek Governor^Street
wi F. HI TI.F.K * *01,
IMPORTERS Of CHI.VA A.A1) EARTHEAV) ARE,
19 Pettrl »r llih N«re-1.
nAVR now on han i a reueral atoortoieot of good* In 'heir line
callable to the R*tV Tr'tde.coo.letiog of
DIN NCR. TEA and TOILKT RETS.
and i>kyaored pucks,
GLASS WARE.
WAITERS.
plated goods, .
BRITANNIA WARE.
rlpriuskators,_
. JlPaNKD TOILET WARE,
PANCT CHINA 00008, Av .
Which thrr are offer!nr at to* raws They rtepecttally art an et
kmlnesloa of their 8TOCK. f ,LT, g, g PON.
Hog-ar AND NOD A WATKK.-Cal! at J. P. DUVAL'S
Dra* *Mor- anil Ret » fre*h driuRb** «>f HFARKUMG
A>i> »*>DA. Frr«h Pjrmp* «• »« from the frail, %l«»ys on hnnd.
Atoo CUret, Fort Wtoe tail Water %felia itympo._J*1
ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL,
BROADWAY.
NEW YORK.
WHEN cowpletcil, six year* ago, the Ht. Nlcholaa wn* aaleer
•ally pronounced Uie mol awgofl ent, cuoeeolent end
thor.ugl.ly organise J eetaMidhmeat o! the kind on tMscontinent.
Whet It was then It remains to .lay— without a Heal In else. In
aomotuoasnees. and In th • general element* of comfort end enjoy
m-mt The Hotel has accirnmndeliona tar 1,‘iOn gore**. tncla lng
lift) - mltri of tPAflmmu for fvniiiA 8 * huoar«tl ptf*
IVJZZ * comf^l/teO**! " ^ *i H. «hr~ public
dial-tR mow, *o4 nothin* th»t mo i-m art »v*» J-vlPwd for tin* co»
Krtnlofvip w>cUi Rr*ii(lc»l4on of tho trorollln* public n .» boon
omitted 11 lie plan, or V* o-mbetedIn Hs practice! details The early
reputation of tho howto at homo an l abroad, dorteod from lUmtf
-Mud* lu *upe*b app-dn'm-ole, and Its kome-ltko comforts and
lo lories, hiobim enhanced eeec* v ear be the unwearied exertions
SgEESesrtWnS! TREADWELL WHITCOMB A 00.
esal'—8m_ _ _.
DI’VALN ATT»P.UnODI(, for ths enrs of
Asiatic Cholera.
Chalice, of all blade Spurns,
Cholera M-.rhe* ■>> eetilery,
Dlorrhom, Lock Jaw, I
Rheumatic or Neuralgic Pains,
Cramp, To-lhacho,
Nereous Headache,
Delirium Treesena.
Morns, Cub, As.
Fw sal. whotanAl. »d retail, he^ p
Cor Main and Idth ets. _
y^TclN.TE T«TH t T„TH!
GREAT IMPROVEMENT IN ARTIfICIAL
TEETH • 1 * *-*
0 W. JONtS. Durt-T, bat log the right for making TEETH on
the micaalve plateau! hairng mH-jM of iU
o€*r*U udUr mtikod*. having Ihoroofh'y U»t«4 It ft*
_(fAj in t Inro« auabor and simm «*/ Ui4 wed curt
where gild and other plate had utterly failed I ran mend* if w«XA
saSirs JwaMdeuce to those d-siring tall or partial seta of ta-th, ss
* imtaUt •/,/,a*tie* Anf trdA (Auae May art mat using. Tlie per
re-rmf.ipA.rA~ if lAe plttt, ami Ms *». <wu MsceAy rt««sf,
•nablea bias to irtrrl one ee asore teeth trMAoeef -At*/-, which. In
the g'ld plats ha* rendered to mane le-tb ,-iis/W and weaieaa.—
Having been adopted by those landing highest In the profeaston,
. N ,rth and South. uaMawnUb will ba giren and specimens -ihlbl
lKs| |m tflttET Wtrtb'QR Us M« UmO,
(j.JJ or onp uiAer jUato made, of ooorse, tar snch as prefer
P iling, tleanalog. regulating and ail other operations gently sod
^TmSnirtrtt^rMnaiiMim, by dufrirdy. haring aeg-JcSsd
m—IT tmu Awed red fealA wtlA d
OMce hows Wots 8 In EJf; Dorn tjg to (, on Main SA, between
Ith and 18th.
1880. ADIE& GRAY, 1880.
DISTILLS UN AND MAUVFACTUUIMS
fANPHItN AND HI KNING VLVD.
IU0 MiLIM 11
ALCOHOL, 8PTS TURPENTINE, KER0HINE and LINSEED 01LA
All of which they offer to tho trade at tho l-.west market rates,
baad_HS '« M*!n Btawrt
NTEHHIN*, P11.LE* * (»..
No. 101 SEOAD STREST.
Uan on hand s large and elegant assortment of
UhM CHANDELIERS.
PENDANT*.
BRACKETTS
HALL LIGHTS, Ac.
Whl-8 they wtu ssO low. We also IneMs the sismllon of pw chos
en la our start of CHINA, GLASS! *c
STERRINS. PUL> KN A 00.
fjtt Corner ith sad bread streets.
YOUR
SPECIAL ATTENTION U ASK If) to our larg* ajaortment of
>M
Spring Clothing,
embracing the mo>t
EXTENSIVE nTOCK.
GRKATfST VARIETY Of CHOICE STYLES
and BEST BARGAINS,
•t hare eerr offered. We propoau to make It the
ivriKtsr
Of all mirchaser* to buy froa u*, by keeping every variety and
cUm of Good* of Domestic or Foreign Manufacture; and as ourfa
cllluve an I experience In this tine of business give ut Important ad
vantage*, via which our patron* share) your Interest will be
PKOXOTliD
By calling at the OLD AND f A VORITE UOL'SK,
IQS Main Street,
■y«_KEEN^JULDWIN A WILLIAMS^
SI MMER CLOTHING),
AT
BBDl’BRD PRICKS.
ALPACA SACKS SPANISH LINEN PR07K8
ALPACA BROCKS, LINEN OUSTERS,
DRAP I 'KTE PANTS, BUMMER SILK VESTS,
FANCY CASHHERE PANTS, MARSEILLES VESTS,
WHITE DUCK PANTS, CASaIMERR VEsTS.
FANCY LINEN PANTS. BOVS' CLOTUINO.
FANCY CASoINERE COATS,
OUK Summer Slock o. CWvMo : mual be greatly reduced, to
make room Sir the Pal and Winter stock, and for thiapur
poae, all Summer goods bare been marked dovn.
Bargains are to be bought. if ti'e public will consult their Id
tercet. SHAFER, UALSKV A CO
1IU Main street.
suit Latu Tupman A Hull.
IXPROYAll KKL.YlU \uKK SUIHT EJIPORll.N,
Gentlemens Furnishing Goods
WK have now on hand oyer dm) dot hhlrts, all prices, qualities
and styles, which we are clos(ng out at reduced price*
Theae >ht.-u are all made with the fhmous Improved French
Yoke, and a ns warranted to fit.
t>ur aaaoptmeot of He* and Cravata can't bo beat la the city of
Richmond.
We would call attention to our large »l*»ck of Under flhlrts and
Dvawrr*, which I* verv full, and contain* full line* In 8U«, Qaux*
Merit.-e*. Linen, and Cotton
W* have Inc reward our facilities for making Hhltts to order, at
the shortest po*<: vie notice, and a perfect At warranted.
Alao, on hand, a tine *tock of Readv Made Cl thing.
PTUKTKVANT A MAUWIRR,
j*l5_No. W Main Rmt, Cor 14th fit
IBW CLOTIIHG hTCH k.
THB SUdBCRlBKR, a* Agent, will open about the 15th IncL, In
the store now occupied by M. C. Barton, No. 1D9 Main *L, an
entire new slock o*
CLOTHING
AND
GENTS F( K\IMim; GOODS.
Which heb Having manufactur'd under hi* own supr.lslon ; and
hop**, with his experience aud knowledge of the business. he can
offer each a stock as will meet the wants and secure the patronage
of his ftieeda
The store will be refitted to suit the bosl iees, and every effort
will be matte to produce all *hr* necessary articles, and In such
«yl* as wdl make the stock unobjectionable and attractive.
WM. S. TUPMAN,
—if__ Late of Tupman A Hull.
GREASE EXTRACTOR,
rua aaunviM
PAIXT, TAR, WAX,
Ot 15V KiXD or
GREASE,
raou iU nun* or
SILK AND WOOLEN DRESSES,
AND FROM
Broadcloths*. Cassimeres, &,c
WUkotU IX* «y»B-y to tk* fabric*.
THIS article has been used by many persons throughout th
country, and has received the highest recommendation*. It
also received the ti'ver medal at the last Mechanics' Fair. It Is
made in this city, and deserves th* patronage of the South. To be
had of the Dri .« i*a: drutffiai* and at mv laboratnrv. corner Main
and loth su, Richmond, Va. EDWARD T. FINCH,
•ill—ly Analvllral Chen let.
WM. SATTLEhT<fc CU„
M O. 14H, 1AM STREET,
RICHMOND, VI.,
DEALERS In —
Colors, Painters' and Artiste* Materials
Yaralahes, White Load and Zinc Paints, oil and water Oolors
English, French, and American Engravings
Lithographs suitable for Grecian Painting
Prints for Poitchomanle Painting
Mathematical Instruments for Architects and Engineers
French and English Drawing Paper
Windsor and Newton's Tube Oolors
English and German prepared Cannes
Ptctar* F*-am*o and 4<1« Mnuldtnrs. etc. field)
KiCitP C— E.I—TheoeUbraleda—nssMed “CHALLENGE"
RKFR1(2ERAIH)R with side ventilator. Water Coolers, varl
►u. siirs and patters: Ice Pitchers, all sites aod patterns Mak
er's patent ** Ore minute*’ Ice ‘Heam Freeiers, and a variety of
»tber kinds, fnr tale at revinced prices. I
We call ptstleuUr attention to the Justly celebrated “CHAU
JWOr* REFRIGERATOR, cn'tlderlng It the best article ever of
er»d for sal»In thl* place, and then fore - commend 1t with c^nfl
leoce. Another sunply just received, a few only of which are un
ogaged Persons In want of the shove, are requested to call and
taaalne before purchasing slsewher**
G. A A. BAROAttUUJ-.ia. ■
uaS -If »«’«■• -
COLUMBIA HOUSE.
r’an© Islam). Capo May, N. -T.
EVIIU. large first ,1am Haiti will be open for Ue reception ol (
1 Bursts on ffbth June, 1-rH
The Ho’iae his reen e-unplrlely repaired and re furnished. <
A erv CoukiNpkuis. Orrul, mrsm-HATcn skd every modern (
morovemeot added. Extrusive 8TABUNU attach, Jto the prem- (
*%„ letters adlwaeed to the subscribers, Cxpe Island, New Jer- 1
«y, will be promptly aitended to. _ |
LA I III. A WOOL Vf IN.
Jsuco U Liixn, Ixle proprietor Frauklin House, Pi lladelpM* —
L ’I W«iuit, formerly proprietor Mount Vernon Hotel, Cspe
.■..a _ _ jclA-dtot t
LESTER MAHUVACTl’Illfl C0MPA1Y,
Hlrhmontls Va.
SEWING MACHINES
and .Sold urn Ur Ltqal Kioto, /rum
ILIA. HOWE, JR., WHEELER k WUHAN. GROVER k BAKER,
and 1 M. SINGER * W.
WARRANTED IN' EVERY RESPECT.
Price* from ?S0 to JUS.
FACTORY 0.1 CARY STREET BELOW' 15TH.
J'rinripal OJ/U* and Salt* Boom,
S:il Wail. SlrcH.
KW-ly___ !
BURTON & WORK,
tobacco
and General Commission
merchants.
96 GRAVIES STREET,
It' W Orl«RH ■ •
i. H. tomtom, I
8. P. Woax, f Hsw Orleans.
Dr J. 0 Mtoca i
IneommenduC f HowOon, Tmm. W»-tt
IlM'KAIiCE CU.WPA1Y t>r tlie STATE of VIKliUllA.
Orr.i K ouim or M * is and Ei tv ksts Erasers,
RICHJIOJD.
THUS COMPANY is prepared to take Fir* and Marine risks on
favorable Term*. Also, to guarantee and discount Negotiable
.Qtl to receive Money on Dr posit, and pay lutereat thereon.
Capital, - • atOO.OOO.
BOLLING W. HAXALL, Preeldent
O. V. BRKdR. Sen'y
DIRECTORS.
Ww H. WscvsaLsxo, President farmer* Bank ; A. Wsawicx, Ann
of Warwick A Bar,sdale; Wu. G. Cana.-axw. Arm of Crenshaw A
Co Waixisorox Goonia, Arm of Goddln A Arpersnn; T.
McCaxta Arm of llan'op, Moncure A Co.; G. A. UaxasnsLa, Arm
of Warwick A B* k-rvill ; J.sas H. Os.sv, Tobacco Manufactu
rer L. D Cssmntw Arm of Haxall, Crenshaw A Co; Jolla L.
Btona Arm of Bac. n A Barkadale , R B Uaxiu, firm of HaxalL
Crenshaw A Co; Joux Craais. Ja, »hlp owner; tta B. Wsk
wi. * Arm of Wsrw'ek A Barksdale . Jsx. Atrain Joxss, Attorney
at Law ; C 0. Ki'.stt, Builder ; f 0. Manx. A g.trultuilit and
Manufacturer R W M.Garnsa Arm of A. McGruder’i Bona ; W.
W Cat ar, Attorney at L.w ; .’aa Dixuir, firm of Dunlop, Mon
sure A Oo.
<A H P STEM, Travelling Agent. ijl*—
SKH YUlik LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
MUTUAL SYSTEM.
Capital hl.soo.ooo.
OlTl IIUNDR*D THOUSAND DOLLARS deposited with tha
Comptroller of the Stale of New Turk, and out of the hand#
of the Company to tenure policy holders.
Divinavon asnn aaaosu-y on a a.srr Liberal Principle,
forty per ct. of the premium on Life Polldea, will bo loaned the
Interred when the premium exceeds ISO.
Polldea lmued and payable to the Insured on arriving at a ear.
talc age, or to the family of the Insured at death, should that sTsst
hap pen previously to arriving at that age.
Endow Bent POUC1RB for children, granted ot the most favor
*^foAcirs Issued at greatly reduced rates of premium, when the
Insured prefers not to participate In the dividends.
AU loanee paid promptly and srlthout litigation.
We shall be pleased to have you call at owns and secure a poBcy
la this old and reliable Company which comes before you endors
ed b, year ewn S*M~ ^ , WYATT, AgenU,
OIBcr 4*. Main street,
Under at. Charles HoteL
CHAR. R WORTHAM,
General Agent and Attorney
tor tha Company la Ta
MEDICAL EXAMIMEMA:
Jab. H. Ounway, M. D. 1
Bo. T. OoLmtsn, M. D. (
mhSl __
THK^HAV HP A Tit” KANCIK.- five Air*, price*
^ Bill, Ihi, 60, TO; Th- "Helpmeet.' Cooking Bore, * else#,
with or without hut water rcarrvo r; the "Leader" Cooking Wove,*
sla-s. price fit and Sr the “Lilly Dale" Cooking Stove for coal or
woo I, prloe ft*. 14 and Id; the "llsrp" Uuokl g Slow, f .r wood,
for Country use—I else* The above really first c.are Wart*
In their lino, are lor sals, wh 1-sale and retail, with warranty, by
GKO STARRKTT, B Ivin's Row,
Governor itrert.
H. Large stove* for th* Springs; Bo* Moves for Tobacco
barns. J,3‘
LOUIS J. Boa si HI X, __ _ . .
MaoofKtum of DoubU Ecinw
STEAM CANDIES
^^.^“fORKlOM PR. 1TB.
fRANCH CANDIES. CIGARS,
T0BAC>'0, Ac., Ac.
The best goods, the cheapest goods, and th* large.! stock, can
always b* Hand BB+o BUItD,s0> „0 *, ,t,
Oppotlle Klcbardaon k Co.,
jefS—dhcfm _Richmond. V*.
SAMUEL AYRES & SON.
CoMibo^n and ForwinLn* Merchant*,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
tTSeV SuiuiOU
Md. be. be.
rWTH MAPS, TO'kTH FGWpKKN.AX O
TOOTH WASHIER, which have been la an# for a number ur
and h.v. proem, to bar«T ojuggl,^
rmcRn ■•OKS. PORT HOI'MI* *c-t
P^fagArh. Frsach and
RICHMOND WHIG.
BILL AND EVBBITT IN LINCHBURG.
Pursuant to notice a large nnntber of citizens c
Lynchburg, together with nianv from the ai’jacent cout
ties, assembled in Holcombe Hall on Wednesday nigh
for the purpose of ratifying the nomination of Bell au
Everett aud of forming a Union Club.
On motion of Mr. Robert Davis, Mr. F. B. Deane jt
was railed to the Chair and Alex. McDonald appoint e
Secretary.
Mr. Davis from the committee previously appointed b
draft a constitutiou aud lecommend officers forthe Club
presented the following report, which was iit.auitnuusi
adopted.
coKsmtrrios.
1 This Association shall be called the Union Club o
Lynchburg aud shall consist of all those citizens of thi
city aDd its suburbs who desire to promote the electiou c
Bell and Kvt rett.
2 Its officers shall be a President, sixteen Vice Presi
dents, a Secretary, a Treasurer, and a corresponding
committee, consisting of the President and four oibei
members.
X Meetings shall be held at such times and places at
the Club shall designate, or when the President shali cal
them.
4. The Club shall adopt such rules and regulations for
thrir government, appoint such additional committees m
officers, and take such steps as shall be pro|ter aud cal
culated to promote the objects ol the Association.
ovKiccas.
For Frtnidrnt—John M. Speed.
“ Hrertlarii—A. McDonald.
“ Trraturer—S. Tyree.
('urrtiponiliuq I’vuimitlee—The President ex-officio,
F. B. Deane, jr., C. W. Bultou, K. G. II. Kean, C M.
Blackford.
I 'ter Prctidcnlt—Col M Langhorne, Dr. Jus. Sa in
dent, S. T. Peters, John Crouse, Dr. S B. Christian, Win.
M. Blackford, D. E. Booker, Col. B. P. Walker, Che-Icy
Hardy, Dr. R. S. Payne, Lo. Xorvell, Charles Scott, ii
II. Nowlin, John Abrahams, Jobu \V. Holt, and John A.
Liggitt.
Mr Davis then offered the following resolutions of
rat: ties’ion, which were unanimously adopted:
lietolrtd, 1, That the Constitution and tho Union—
the offspring of consummate wisdom and wonderful fore
cast—are legacies loo precious to be heedlessly mutila
ted, rent asunder or cast aside; and are likely to afford
iu future, as heretofore, the best guarantee ol the equali
ty of the States, and a safeguard lor the rights of every
member of the Confederacy.
2. That the preservation cf the Union, the mantle
nat ce of the Cou-tilution, anil an enforcement of the
Laws, gieat issues now addressing themselves to the
people of tlie United States, are otjects of oversbadoa
ing importance iu the construction of a National party.
X. That the Couslitutitional Union party, by the an
nouncement of such principles, tu the advocacy of which,
people ot all sections may unite, affords the best means
of relieving the country from a purely sectional strug
gle, in which the preponderance is agamat the South,
aud the result of which, in any event, could uot be
otherwise than disastrous to all sections.
4. That we approve the Lominatious of Jobu Bell anil
Edwatd Everett for the offices of President and Vico
Presidvut of the United Slates, regarding them as men
of large experience, great attainments, exalfid charac
ter, aud patriotic statesmen, iu the best and broadest
s-ose of those ter tut, who, appreciating the crisis, would
so idmiuisttr the government as to reflect honor ou the
whole country, and do justice to ull i s parts.
ft. That the principles announced, tilt* candidates to
represent llnm, aud the Occasion for their assertion, ap
peal to men of all parties, and patriots in every section
.r Ilia Pi,Inn In xnita ... i.n . (fnat hi- it.. .L.iln,, nl
It 'll aud Everett, to give repose to the country, and to
idtnini.-U r and transmit the government unimpaired.
Able aud eloquent speeches were then delivered by
:be Hon. Thomas S. Flournoy, ol Halifax, Hou Wm. L.
juggin, of Bedford, aud Col. Farrer, of Amelia. The
;rowd was all immense one, aud enthusiasm and hope
minted from every eye. It was a glorious time, bring
ug vividly to mind the good old tiuns of ’40 aud '44.—
i 'irtjin tan of 10/A.
BELL and AVKKETT IN ALBKMAILK.
At a large and enthusiastic meeting of the citizens of
Albs mare county, held in the Town lial of Charlottes
rille, on Monday, Aug. t>lh, for the purpose of raiilying
he uoiuinatioes of Bell and Everett, Dr. Charles Cartel
•as called to the Chair and Mr. (ircui Peyton appointee
Secretary. Ou motion a committee, composed of Wm.
!'. Etily, B. 11. M.."ruder. Dr. John 1L Woods, Wm. 11.
iouthail.uud Charles 11 Parrott, was apputuUd to dnilt
esoiu ions expressive of the scnsti.nl »Kt; meeting. Thcv
rere raiuestly and eioquci t y sustained by Mr. Early,
lr. Magruder, and Mr. Alex. Rives, aud uuauiinoudy
dopted:
Wiikkkas, the present state of the political parties of
he countrv exeitts the fears of the ii-tlecting and pttti*
Itic of all partit s for the nfety, indeed, the permanence,
d'our I’uion. and tlie eau eot rational freedom through
iut the w. rid ; *e, a pot lion of the people ol the coiiu
y of Albemarle, assembled to consult for the public
;nod, and devise means to avert the heavy calamity tha:
lireateiis this nation aud thewoild, iu the destruction ol
his glorious Union, sincerely belteviog that such a re
ult can best le s.euied by the tied on ol John Bell
ut the next President and ol Edwatd Everett as the
lext Vice President of ti e Union, do resolve :
1. That, in vi w of the present condition of thecoun
ry, aud by reason of their unquestioned ability, hottus
v, pmriolI-m, services and experience, .luiix likl.i. and
Onw ASU Kvkrktt are more tiniuently qualified to give
ieace to .he nation, to briug about harmouy among the
s-c lions, and to lestore the era o! good lev ling and good
fovernment, than any other candidates belore the people
or the ollices of President and Vice Presidcul ol the
Tailed States. ,
2. That they are candidates of an orgaui/.rtion fully
initcd, having for its objects the svfety and perpetuity
,r the lluiou, and the equal preservation of the rights
if the ptopie of every part of the couutry.
;j Tlia'. we hereby ratify the nomination of John Bi t L
vud of Eiiwarh Evkkkit; and believing their election
a ill promote the btsl iuterests ot the whole country, we
-ordiallv invite members ol all parties, and of every por
jon of tlie Union, to unite with us in tt.eir support, and
»e will use our b,st efforts to secure their t lection.
4. That we recommend the early formation ol Clubs
n every Magisterial District.
5. That the proceeding-* of this meeting be published
in the Charlottesville A’evieis and Richmond \\ h‘<j.
The lo'lowing resolution, offered by Dr. M. L. Auder
tou, was likewise adopted:
A>voiced, That John Wood, Jr , James D Jones, A!
exauder Rivet, Fred. M. Wills, John Vowlcs, William T.
Early, James S. Birksduta, E. R Watson, Thos. Wood,
11. T. Crigler, John Cochran, Jas. C. Sciutliall, and Wm.
D. II AilOt T, *p|JUlu cu u vvuiiii
pondence and general business, und that, iu uniou with
the various Clubs ol the county, they be instructed to
make arrangements for a Mass Meeting ol the triends ol
Bell and Evtrelt, to be held in the town of Charlottes
ville, at some future period to he determined by them.
Ou motion, the meeting adjourned.
0HA3. CARTER, Frea’t.
Green Peyton, Sec’y.
JOUN’ BELL AT HOME —HOW HE LIVES —HIS
OPINION’S ABOUT THE PRESENT CRISIS.
[Xiuhtillt Vurrtffondtnct «/ the Xe» York J/eralJ ]
The Hon. John Bell, the Union Constitutional candi
date lor the Presidency, resides with bis wife at the house
of bis step-son, Harry Yeatmin, Esq , iu Summer street,
Nashville, lie formerly had quarters iu the City Hotel,
iu rooms where these lines are written, but lelt a shoit
lime since to etjoy the quietude of a more secluded
home. His present residence is n pretty house, with a
verandah aud shrubbeM, situated a few yards from the
sidewalk of one of the pleasantest streets iu Nashville.
IIIS MATRIMONIAL CONNECTIONS.
Mr. Bell has been married twice. His hist wife was a
daughter ol a wealthy Tcuuesseean, named Dickinson,
residing in Rutherford county. By her be had several
children, most of whom are still living, iu good circum
stances, tin ir grandfalhi r taviog been bountiful toward
them, giving them caota ou his death. Oue ol
bis sons, Mr. John Bell, Jr, was recently a municipal
candidate for dark of the county of Rutherford. Uis
second wife, who still lives, iu the enjoyment of excellent
health, was formerly a widow lady ot wealth—Mrs. Ycat
uian—belonging to oue of the best families of Tennes
see. Three daughters have ble-red this happy union.
HELL'S RELiniOUS ANI> TKMPKRANCK IIAllIT*.
Mr. Bell and his wile are members ol Ur. Edgar’s
Presbyterian ebureb. Mrs Bell attends service quite re
gularly ; but Mr. Bell diversities bis religious devotions
at the’Presbytery by occasionally dropping ia at the Bap
tist church, where be hears good preaching, llis habits
are those of temperance. He lives easy and comforta
bly, indulges in a little wine occasiouly, but not to any
greater extent tliau Uaniel Webster or Berrien or Judge
Pbtlpe, or any other of bii lotmcrSenatorial colleagues.
So far as driukirg is concerned, he is therefore justly es
teemed a marvelously proper man. Although lor many
years a resident or Washington, he lias uever been
known to "buck the tiger;” aud lurthermore, although
he may have seen a small clcphaul iu his younger days,
he is now the embodiment of stern aud indexible morali
ty—like Sam Houston, for instauco. That he is a reli
gious, temperate, moral and benevolent man, is conced
ed ou every side.
MR. HELL AS A SLAVEHOLDER.
Mr. Bell has a third interest in about four hundred
slaves, the balance belonging to his secoud wife.^ They
are employed in Mr. Bell’s iron wotks on the Cumber
land river', and in Ids coal-lmnks in Kentucky. The sys
tem bv which this large body of slaves is governed is
admirable and humane. They arc all properly clothed,
fed, their religious instructions and tnoraleulture attend
ed to, and thev are required to work not au hour beyond
the usual standard of a day’s lubor, uul> u they receive
pav therefor. Although holding this property in slaves,
Mr. Bell Is not considered a very wealthy uiau, some un
fortunate speculations in Kentucky coal-mines having cx
hausted a former competency and lelt him embarrassed
The fortune of his wile ia, however, ample and well in
vested.
dell's views or TIIE PRISIMtTUL qCESTIOH.
The writer, having called upon Mr. Bel', helj the fol
lowing contereatiou with him:
Mr. Hell eiprcssed bis views freely about the preset
politics! coolest. He considered the principles of th<
party lie represented the best for the interests of tin
country at large. All tie other candidates, he said, rep
* resented sections! interests, with the exception of Doug
' las, who h' considered as an infinitely more national mat
j than Breckinridge. He prehrred Douglas’ non-interveu
tion doctrines to the disuuien doctrines Mr. llreekinridgi
represented. He hid been written to on the ml ject o
a fusion against Lincoln, but he bad declined to interfert
* on the subject, advising his friends in the different pnr
lions of the eoun’rv, to act as thev thought best in tbcii
* sev< ral sections. Ho far as they adhered to prircipies it
■ any arrangement thev niiglt make to defeat Lincoln
he would adhere to them, “but when they departed from
principle," he said with emphasis, “1 am no longer with
r them.”
seprosi LINCOLN 19 ELECTED?
He spoke cheerfully of the encouraging intelligence
he was daily receiving relative to the progress ol the
Union movement of the country; and in reply to a ques
tion asked, what course, in his opinion, the Sctith would
take in the event of Lincoln’s election, be replied that so
far as he and his fiiei-ds are concerned, they would ac
quiesce; and that the mission Ol the party he represent
ed in the South was to prevent a dissolution of the
Union in ibe event of Lincoln’s turcess, by the intempe
rate action of Southern extremists. But be had no ap
prehensions that Lincoln would be elected. He believed
that the Union movement was spreading with such vol
ume, strength and rapidity, as to ovetwhelui all the sec
tional candidate*, and that either himself or Mr. Kverett
would be the next President
‘ Doyou go to Washington in the Fall?” we ventured
to ask.
"No, sir,” replied Mr. Bel), “unless I am President—
(a p«u«e) —I think so."
Wo spoke of Edward Kverett, and Mr. Bell indulged
in a rhapsody of remarks about bis copartner on die
Union ticket, his uxtioual position, and his universal
popularity, lie also spoke of his chances fur the Presi
dency in case of no choice by thr people.
klr. Bell stated that he regarded Mr. Seward as the
head of the Northern patty; Mr. Chase a step lower; aud
as for Mr. Banks, he did not know exactly where to
place him. He regarded him as a man of ability, but
bis views on national matters were not clearly debited to
his mind.
Mr. Liucoln he regarded as a fair, ctndid, open-heart
ed, common-sense man. He was in the House of Rep
resentatives when he (Mr. Belli was in the Senate. If
left to himself, Mr Bell had no frars about Mr. Lincoln;
but it would be the counsels of tho leaders of his pnny
—Seward and others—that be feared, and which would
be fraught with injustice to the South, and eventual dan
ger to the Union.
HELL OR KVERETT THE NEXT PRESIDENT.
On taking our departure, we mentioned that we might
see Mr. Everett in the corns; of a few weeks. “Tell him,”
said Mr. Beil, “ that the cause is progressing gioiiou-ly;
'hat I will soon write to him in detail, and interchange
view;; aud tell him that either lm or I will be President
—I, by the people of the Uousefcr he, through the ac
tion of the Senate.”
During the entire interview,Mr. Bell expressed the ut
most coubdeiico in tho triumphant success of the UniwU
ticket. It was an agreeable c >nvi rsatiou, of an hour or
so, with a worthy old gcuilemau, amid his household aud
surtoundings.
THE PRINCE OF WALKS—HIS RECEPTION AT
CHARLOTTETOWN—HIS REPLIES To ADDRES
SES.
Charlottetown, Aug. 10.—The Prince of Wales land
... _ .. .Inn, , >■«... .....
mind's ship Nile adii the Ariadne, Cossack, Valorous,
and l iving Kish accompanied him, as also the French
Commodore's ship l’omene. The day wag storm v and
wet. There was a multitude of visitors from abroad.—
The steamer Arabian brought sit hundred persons Irotn
Quebec, and the Westmoreland four hundred from Hi uns
wck. Some of the exeurrionists had to camp out.
The preparations for the Prince's reception were good.
The Pi luce, who wore a Colonel's uniform, landed un
der eight royal salutes I rent the ships and battery, in
cluding a French ship. He was received on Qaei n’s
wharf by the officets of (loverumrnt, members of the
public bodies, members of the clergy and bar, und depu
tations o( proni’ucut cit z ns. He was conveyed in the
Governot’s carriage and acvompinitd t>y a procession
along the streets, which were lined bv tho volunteers’
battalion ai d numerous tasteful archts were erected.
The balconies of tho houses were iiiled with ladies
and children. A number of the latter sattg the national
anthem. A gust dot honor of regular troops accompa
nied the Prince from Halifax. The Prince rod.-oi^^,"
plain clothes this afternoon in the raitt. „ !
crave and nth... a.s here
Ciurlottxtow.s, r. w A..g. 11, torn
This morning the Prince held a levee at the Govern
ment House, lie afterwards proceeded to the Colonial
Building*, and received an address from the Legis'aturc,
to which he returned the following reply:
Gkntlkkkn—It allotds me the greatest pleasure to
receive so friendly t. welcome from an island which,
though tho smallest of the British colonies of North
America, hit* strong claims upon the kindly re
collection of the family of the Queen. Its name
commemorates tho performance of public duties
in these regions by tny grandfather. It* name is also
borne by his diseendatit, who t.ov visi s your shores by
dr sire of your sovereign, to: indeed to command Iter
troops, or to hold any authority amongtt you, but to as
sure all ber suijects'of the deep interns', which site has
ever taken in those who arc extending British civilim
tiou and power in these distant possessions. With this,
my visit to the lower provinces is brought to a close;
and eveu if 1 wero uot about to euter the St. Ijiwri noc,
and become acquainted with the magnificent country
which lies upon tu banks, I should carry hack with me
to England a grateful recollection of nil the kindness 1
have received, and an endearing regard and sympathy
for a people in whom the love of fit-edom is combined
with a deep-rooted attachment to the mother couulry
and the institutions in which we have all been nurtured.
An address from the Muyor and Corporation elicited
this response:
(iKNILKURM— I thank you sincerely for the address
which yon have just prerented to tue, aud I avail myself
of this occasion to request you to express to the cili
xcus, whose muttici|Mtl councillors you are, my watm ac
knowledgments for the hearty welcome with which they
greeted me yesterday. That loyalty to the Queen and
alMehnn nt to the British crown arc the characteristics
of the population of Charlottetown I never doubted —
You have given the proofs of those fccliugs which it
will be my happiness to convey to her Majesty, and to
assure her that y ou share largely iu the sentiment which
I may now pronou tee to be universal in these colonies.
Your exprcesiou of air.ciiouato interest in all that con
cerns mv fututie welfare and ust fulness in the career
which, by (iod’s will, may he before me, arc such as lo
demand a no leas cordial response on my part. I assure
you they will not he foreotter,
Tn* Eartiiqiakk in KrNTtfKT.—It has already been
mentioned that at several places in Kentucky and Indiana
the shock of au earthquake «raa felt on the morning of
the 7th instant. At Evansville, Indium, it was accom
panied by a sound similar to that made by a heavy train
of ears running ilowly through a depot. Doors and
w indows rattled, and buddings jarred as if agitated by
the moving of heavy goods on the same floor. Iu one
hardware store on Maiu streci, the shock was so severe
as to throw over a large circular raw standing against
the wall at an angle of ‘-'5 degrees. A letter says:
At Heuderson, Kv., the slioik wns even more severe,
though not of so long duration. The people left their
bourn s and ran into the streets. Though no damage was
done. 1 ain under the impression that the shock was
heavier further South. The waves secturd to come from
the southwest. Up to the time of the shock, the heat
was very oppresdve—not a btcaih of air stirring. Since
that time the wind has gradually increased, and the ther
mometer is sinking fust. Now (9 fltl l*. M.) the ther
mometer stands at OX At 9o clock this morning it
stood at 91 iu the shade. The sky is not clear; neither
is it cloudy. There nppears to he a sort of mist that
makes the stars appear dim. The breexe is still in
creasing. I understand the au:ora borealis was visible
at - o’clock this morning.___
-W" M - I H. -A- SMITH
Hal removed to
120 MAIM STREET, ;
It Doors West of the Old Stand.
Fit 1>IT JARS !
Fill IT J AU* ;!
FKI’IT J AIIS I ft
\\rit have on hand IKI.F--KAl.INil FROIT JARS of all the
Yv Improved makee-lo which we Invite the attenth-n of our
frlcnc'a and customers. BTRBBINS, PULLKN A CO.,
au 9 Cor Inh ant Broad »U.
1,M)H KENT.—Three vny desirable Room* over our Store.
For lerat, apply to
.a 4—tf _ JOHNSTON * \VHITINO_
I volt KENT.—That new, commodious and very desirable
I; tcocaent on Sth between Clay and Leigh atreeta, recently oc
cupied by Judge- P V. Daniel, deceased For terms apply lo Mr.
0. C. Kllcion Leigh sUeet near Second, or to
Jell—tf F. V. DANIEL, Js.
yOR HE T.-One large Room on Main Sheet, on she list
I4 floor over the the rlore of S. A. Myers soluble (or a business
office. Possession given 1st July nest. _
JclS-Of__ g A. MYRAS.
Room* FOR RKNT.-Two pleasant lodging rooms over
our office, soluble for single gentlemen Apply to
mvIA W.J) 0010) (JITT A 00., 18S Cary st
1)OK KENT-—Two large rooms admirably adapted to
1 the purpooea of oflloes or Lodging Roooina. Apply at ■■
Whig Office. _ _ _
| VOIt RESIT—And possession given the Aral of neat month
l4 (August), the front mom on the Aral floor over my store, at
present occupied by Dr, Ingram. JOHN THOMPSON,
SI Main street.
Flit fl RLE.—Mahans Richmond Fire AsenclaUon Stock.—
Also Vo. 6 per cent bonds. R. H. MAURY A CO..
Jyiu Under St. Charles Hotel
FI: ATM KH S. POme Wrstern 1 Ive Geese K-alhers/or sale
h, an9 JOHN N GORDO" A SON
PHBHKHVINC KRTTLEI.-Furnace* and Potalc
Steamers, tor sale ehelp, by _
CLARKS'!* A AKD1R80R,
jy*l No tug Main st
riHMN: KA’OI lI7—100 bbl«, In prime order, lor s.le oy
X sail _1. AO B nA>RNPOdT.
A A MEXICAN ORTA NO. ft) tone A A Meilctn Ousoo
esrtfu ly te octed, and warrant* d to h* of the *er» be*
qaalll”. K. H. EK’NRf B * CJ .
I *ui8 M Cary Street.
jg LIMITED PAKTNEBSIIIP. jg
A LIMITED PARTNERSHIP has been formed between Jf SKPII
LAlDLkY, of the city o' Kvhmond, Vi, and JOHN W.
CRADDOCK, of the coanty of Ualifax, Va , under the Arm of
JOSKPH LA1DLEY,
roi tub ri anei nr cn»i.u<n»o a usual
DRUG AMI) APOTHECARY BUSINESS,
In (lie rily or Rlrlimond.
JOSEPH LA1DLKY u the general partner.
JOHN W. CRADDOCK, la the apectal partner.
Rich partner contribute* the eum of flee thousand dollar! In
each, to the capital of the concern.
Ihe laid partnership ihall continue lot Arc rear# from July Ut.
tMO.
City of Rlohmond to lrit: Tlili day personally appeared be'nre
me, an alderman and ex offldo Juitlce of the Petce.ln xml for Uie
city aforesaid. J.urpti Laldley. general partner In the above boil
neaa, and made oath that John W Crad-lock, tbe iprelal partner,
hao a tuallv palJ flee thouiand dollar, In cash to the caoltoi of
the eonoern.
Given uu ter my band and seal the Id day of Auguo*. 1SCO
—■— jno. p. rf.osaclt, j. p.
<»**'. L
_—_ aoR— 6w
DIMYAKI) T. ItOUIMNOM,
GRADUATF OP THR
PIIILAUKLl'III I COLLEGE
nr
PHARMACY,
Nurcenaor to
LAIDLKY & ROBINSON,
FOURTH AND FRANKLIN 8T&,
Richmond,
nASln stnrr % large, fresh ar..l well selected stock of IWrdl
( in s, Cltfiitlcals, Prrluinrry, Fancy Aril*
fir*, At., which he offers at low prices.
Ptrlrt personal attention will be given to *11 the departments of
the husi*> s«
t*r Ord rs for stdpment will be promptly attended to and moat
carefully packed. jy¥4
r\siK mn:.
THE lNSHKANTK COMPANY
OF THE
STATE OF_V IRGHNI A.
CAPITAL.$:l H>,OnO
OFFICE-.TValii Sired, In American Hotel.
f |HIM Company tak s. In addition to the ordinary Fire and Ma
ft rine risk*. PERPETUAL Insurance on bui dings. Coder this
policy on* payment MJUM >he property K JR KVfcR against lo#a
by Are. Tula Company receivei MDNaY on deposit, pays intereat
thereon, and guarantees the payment of Negotiable Notes and
111.I* of Kxch*u*e.
DIRECTORS.
H'm. II Macfarland, Prea’i Farmer*’ Bank.
A Warwick, f!rtn of Wa*wlek A Barkolale.
Was. O Crenshaw. Ilrm r.f Crenshaw A Co
Wellington Goddln, Arm of Goddln A Apperson.
T. W wcCa* re, linn of Dtirlop, Moncare A Co.
G. A Dtrka lel- . A-m of Warwi k k Barksdale.
Jss. If Grant. T bacco Manufacturer.
L D. Crenahaw. Arm of lltiall. Urroshaw k Co.
John I.. Bacon, fir n of Bacon k Batkenille.
R. B llaxa'l, firm of llaxall, Creushaw A Co.
John Curie, Jr Kb'p Owner.
Wm. H. Warwick, firm o* Warwick k Batksdale.
Jaa Alfred Jones Attorney at Law.
C O I hit builder.
F. O. Ruffin, Agricu!’iirl»t and Manufacturer.
R W. McGrudef, firm of H MeGrndei'a Sou’s.
W. W Crump. Attorney at Law.
J as. Dunlop, firm of Dunlop, Monrure A Co.
BOLLING W. IIAXU L, Pr.Vt.
O y i'. n, Be > au
W XO.rjCiXJC.XV OO W IXjOVJIN
MANUKAOTURI.NG OOMPAKV'S
SEWING MACHINES.
**- 60,00. 60,000. -^a
HAVE been sod and the inlv*rt»l stlLfactlon warrants the
Company In rec ;ruuie tiding ami warranting It In the strecg
est terms.
OPINION OF THIS PRFSd Of VIRGINIA,
The best we have s-en.—&><iminer.
The w«>ri is strong and perfect — Christian Atfn* oft.
No oth-r at all compares.*Sont\.
Contain* every late Improvement. — ('ant.of l\ , ion.
It doe* all It proposes. — Af/n/a //vr.
Is supe lor to any.— !>anriUt Trowk'ript.
Is decidedly the heat —,! J rmnion AV/u/ff/Vim.
Moit excellent lUot Kuhj* H^.ubUvan,
Far the best — WamtUon Whig,
It take the leid *-FVii0 of (lii.
Papolor to any — l a c oh w.
Th** best la ns • — t VrObMtrrtr.
The most complete — llo kitightm Rtglutir.
The best it a le — Vot^ff /boon-rat
Wttli ut a rival- S imU/lr Amtriauk
Recent improvements n»»ke It th* tuosl«o nplete and perfect
ma.hine xu-*«d to tat public,
E. II CRAIGK, Agent,
2J7 Main HI HI hmond.
_Johnson’s Had, Norfolk
TO THE FARM ERR AND PLANTERS OF ~
yilWiTirt • o -
FOWLE .te CO.’S
80LUBLE PHOSPHATES PERUVIAN GUANO,
tiis nr*T, csKir wr a*i> t rxajnxcrr
FERTILIZER
YET OFFERED TO TllK A G Rl« *1'I.TURI3T8.
I INDORSED by Dr. R II Stabler, of Alexandria, Va., and Prof.
A Catnpbe ! Morfit, of N**w Yotk.tvo of the mint eminent Ohrm
Ms of the rniteil States, as the onlv combination of Phnsphatlc
and Amrm nUted <; utmost, *et olferrd In a really soluble lorm.
It b composed of Ho 1 Peruvian and R mbrero GIJAN08, of o»r
wn importit’i n, fr ni the Cblncha *nd8.»tLbr*ro!il«nd,*n1 war
ranted tree fiom all Im orltfct It has been severely tested by
many of the most su. restful sml )n*<dllgeut farmers, both In Vir
ginia and Maryland, side by side with Peruvian Guam., and If
super!->rt*y ah ne fu ly proved, Mug 1C per • ent rhrsper. The
flomnrern Gusno, before being nd led to the Peruvian, lx rendered
Immediately soluble, he a process, but recently discovered, snd
pe- uliariv «-ur own. The value of Pemvlsn Guano combined with
this Paper Phosphate, can hardly be over estimated, a* a*i Itnpor
tant constituent Is supplied by the Hombrero, which the Peruvian
does not possets la so Idgb a degree when used alone.
Price $50 |»cr Ion of 2,000 pound*.
To those who prefer It, we will be prepared to furnish No. 1 Pe
ruvian and Sombrero Guino, direct from the Island Also, Col
umbian, Mexican, and African Guaoos
ioh i.i: 4k < o.,
Alexandria, Va.
HILL A NORFLEET,
|y2S—dAwlm Sale Ay, ou at Richmond, V*.
WILii H >X & GIBBS’
SEWING MACHINES.
TXiIR ,l<r|-nrity In eon«tnIrtb„i, economy In thread, lime xml
X1 pail>-nie, thi. excels all ntherBewiny WaeMn*.
anil Cases mvie Id every >tylc and (lnlah, and all ma
chine* warranted.
Prtre *M.', to *75
Office and Bale. Room, II,Ivin'. Block; entrance on 12th street;
Also In Belrln 1 Atkinson's Furniture Ware Boonia, (love-nur
Rtrret. jTld
]M Kill) N WAKK -Juys, Jar., Clmrn* Pitcher., Ac ,
j for .ale at Factory price, by A. K. MOORK, Ayent,
jfji Pare StreeL
SAW BILL.-t (mod second hand raw X111, with all De
css.rr Ustoic, for .ale Ly
1.9,1 c EDWIN WORTHAM A CO.
I ISIICKA S1IEPIIERD,
(Lite Fisher k Winston,)
DRUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES,
I V A VK now on hand a large and freeb etock of
DRUG*. MEDICINES. CHEMICAL*, PAINTS, OILS,
WINDOW GLASS,SURGICAL I'STRlIMEnTS,
Saddle bags, meidcinechest*, pa
tent MEDICINES, PERFL’XKKV,
FANCY AKTICU8 IMPORT
ED SFUAK8, i HOICK
BRANDS Or OH SWING TOBACCO, Ac.
Jfll—lm '23 Main Street,
A KINK ANNOIITHENT OK LUHIN'S various
Unde of Perfumery, consisting"! Extracts, Snaps. ac., freeh
and In good order! with a flue lot of llalr 0*1 and Hair Pomades.
For lair by W. L WAS1N0, Drugntat,
jy{7 No. III? Broad street.
LIVKIIFOOL AND LONDON
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Capital, $10,000,000!
ANNUAL INCOME, $ 2,250,000 1
Dully U- v* uur S?,*00.00.
INVESTED IN THE UNITED STATES, OVER $800,0001
AU Director* rereonaUy neeixmeibl* fir Vie EnyayemenU rtf
Me Company.
WE reapectfally aak attention to the eecurlty of the Liverpool
anil LomU ti Insurance Company, to lta policy holders In Its
large ealh capital ami Inreitmenta, u stated above.
The large capital and Income of the Company enable It to take
Bnee convenient to parties requiring large amounts uf Inaurauce.
In addition to the ordinary mode of Insurance, this Company la
eon P EH if A WEST POLICIES, on the payment of TEXAXXP
Ale PREMIUMS. Property Is, thenceforth, PERMANENTLY
INSURED. The PoUry c«n be cancelled at any time, and the pre
mium will be returned leaf ft per cent
This Company will make Insurance by loaa of Renta by Fire, on a
new and most liberal principle.
Under the Policies of thla Company all claim* are paid upon ore
•entatlon of satUfactory proof of loas without abaUmtoni or dtduo.
Hon for inUr—i , and not, as Is usual, aixtt oayh after precau
tion of proof. WORTHAM A WYATT, Agents,
ml,81 49 Main atreet. under 8t tharlea Hotel.
Ornca Ria'Uuoxu ani» Yoaa Ritraa Rituwiu Co, I
Rinnioyii, August i I, lh« I
NO foniracta, h|l'«, or otlifr obalgatSon* will be recognis'd by
thla company utile* mid* bv order of the Hoard of Director*,
Eo. H. Temple, **,.. SuperinG-mien., oj- A
nVHR VIHfJINIr. IDEB VI ' KOAB.-The on
1 ly kind that will lrei*p ric.lea, just rwcaivee 1ft bola., which
we will wll at the Dwelt price* HIKW 4 C0..
,u4 Cot. Mala and id streets.
-a CAA BUI PH INI K MBA LI Nil KOBN V
1 500 „l.hr__UaOftN A WSPHRaVTIl.
BBOO.IIN! BBOOMN! I—We have on hand a supply **f
Brooms made at the InsUloUoo for the deaf, and dumb, and
blind. Ealtlgh. N. C. formic a. HORDGN A FOB
~ TO PERSONR I# llELIttTK HEALTH.
WK can wltli confidence recommend F.llalrof Ca’liayaor Bark.
It la a p'eaaant Cordial, and one of the beet Tonics of the
age, far a debilitated system. A full supply f- r sale bv
,„4 DOVE A On, Wholesale Dtuggllt*.
NEW YORK WIRE MILL
NELSON &. RICHMOND.
Manufacturer* of, hii*1 Dealer* In
WIRE OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
and have FPKF.DY Dispatch
Ct'cula-s furnish-d siring dlaeonnt from List, cr nett prices at
LOWEST MARKFT K*iTS8.
TERMS-81* MontFs’ "on payaMa at Hank, with current rale
of Exahangc on New York, nr 6 per ceat off for Cash
Wire Mill, SKIM Rlret. I YUW YORK
Varui-ouue, 81 John 81, ) id As II lvIU\.
•n*ttT r. jowrsToH, twouab w. whits *o,
of Louisa Co., Va, of UanoTerCo., Va.
JOIIVSTON A WIIITHG,
Grocers and Coinm lout on lMrrcbautsf
Corner 4th and broad Streets,
Richmoid, Va.,
Keep constantly on hand a well selected stock of
GROCERIES, LIQUOR*, Ac.tAa.
lakS And attend to the sales of all kind of Coon try Pro.Iocs
GBNTLK JBNS* u EAR
Gents Utuie Me* I no Shirts
Do do Colton do
Do Lisle Thread do
Do Nik and Merino Drawirt
Do I4*le, 61 k. Kid and other Glow
Do Cotton, I Isle and Hlk Half Hose
Do Jupe and Colored Bordered and Hemmed Handker
chief
Black and Fancy Neck Tin
Linen Collars, Shirt Fronts and Sospenders.
CHRISTIAN A LATHROP.
IF® _ _ 90 Main Street.
Gwain ckadlks, grain ckadlbs
Cosbjrf Wood brace
Saunders’ M M
Grant’s Wire “
Grant's M M Southern Pattern
Brown A Co.f " ••
Co:ton*s “ “
Alo, Clover and Grass Seethes complete; wood and Iron Snatha,
Oleaners, Rakes, barley and wheat Forks, word Tinea For sale by
J“*®_ WM. PALMER. BON A CO.
LUMNKII CLOTHING “
O M tTN STREET, for sale very chetp.
Grass Linen Oats
Fancy Linen Suits
Black Atpaeea Coats
While Linen Coats
* (Inu* IJnen V ats
While M*ndU*n Vest*
Otnx* Under Rhlrtt
Gowararr Under Milrts
Brown and White bocks
Neck Tits and Suspenders.
Call and examine them.
J*® !»ARUACOTT, HARRIS A CO.
iniPSOI A niLLBt
J JAVK on hand a good assoitment of
GAUZE AND SI L K
SHIRTS,
and offer them to the trade on
Reasonable Terms
0»U»t 11» MAIN TREET,
1?21_ Richmond.
i a ,i. o i! s.ii o n a a a
On tin; Eiiro|H*aii t*!aii,
CITY OY NEW YORK
Single RoomsSO Otn. per Day,
CITY II ALL SQUARE, CORNER OE YRANKEORT STREET,
(Oppo ite City Hall.)
Meals, as they may be ordered In the spacious Refectory. There
l* a Barber's 8hop and Bath Rooms attached to the Hotel.
IV. B.-lie ware of liiimicr* and llarktuen, wto
say wearefulL R. FRENCH,
maS Proprietor.
PLANTER YARD. — Uaviiif based tlie lot next to my
Warehouse on the Dork, I shall keep constantly on hand s
supply of the best LUMP PLANTER, which I will sell at the lowest
market rates. All Piaster sold by me wl I he WhIOHH) OUT Ab
DELIVERED,so isrowlllbSBOiOiilBWe'glit to the couaumer,—
Orders from Die trade tided on accommodating testis.
Jtift -dA. u A s LEE
HUGHES 1)1 m iV CKCIIANVE,
IMI’OHTI'RS OF FANCY GOODS.
3 11 urojuiw:»y, new lork, 3 11,
OFFITR to the Trade a Avyr, //A«Ji and «v// a wort met)'
of PARIS FANCY GOODS, t„ which they will receive eon
slant addition* by HL-wmer* during the season. Among their stock
may b* found nearly al! the New Styles and full lines of
flu* Braid Caw, Ifaiw Nut* axd Goi»»trk.<*i Fancy Wa'r Pi*<t,
Coni*- axd OaxtMKxrs, 8UMA Hmi lire rum aad
Clasw Gilt, a., Fil* Wen it Guari**,
ktaa h.iTiit i'UAtxs, Pii isl Pisa,
I!hi -»iw, Gaxtfka Dram
Burma*, Farcy Halts.
I tmlI. asd Gilt
JrWLIKV
Brel's A«0<K1IKOR<<, Ac., Ac.,
All of which they Oder to Uie Trad- »t tnc lowest market price* Rod
Jy 4—.*tm on the m< st liberal terms
^ KMTI.TIOND MAIM? LOOK*. A
:VlBA.\k LOCKS, PRISON LOCKS, RAKE LOCKsA*
V EToRK POOR LOCKS. KtJ
Alao, loi k» |‘or Private Durllinss.
f|1HF subscriber Is pr-pared to make any and al' kl ids of Locks
JL at the shortest nolle-. Also, Iron Hash for Htor- Doors nod
Windows, and ns heap at the s^uic kind of work can be made In
or out of the Mat*-.
Bell hanging and jobbing d ne with n .*atn>*s "nd d» • patch.
w w. bread,
Lock Smith, Bell Hanger an<i Silver Plster,
_lvik *‘re«t, beta*. » n Vain and Cary.
1HRK*H TEAR.'last received per stearrer, a fresh Hot o'
Gunpowder. ImnerUL Thihik II*—• *«-4 «»•--»
au :t _MIVNIH A CO
A HTIyTs’ HI IT * RIAN, h licit a» OH colon* 111
4\ Aiber cake w.ier c< loe«. ?*Me, llteh and • a*nri hair pe eda
India Ink, Drawing | aper, llrUt&l board, lead and colored pencil-,
crayons, pens, MaD-em*tl<*iil iMdrune^U, books on Art, Drawin*
studl-s, Ac , in great variety, for sale al the who'-sal* and retail
Artist*' tore of WM BATTLER A <-0.,
angd— 142 Main st, a few doors below KschangeBank
WK IIAVK IV STOKE AND tiller for Salt
on as favorable terms *« the article can be imported for. flf
tv pa<k wires Of, \ and S pipes) uf pure and best quality FRENCH
HR iNDY. of our own Importation.
arU AfVrV A MPBOOMR
JULY~i8«0.
Tllllpns H. PRICE A ro. will plti* upon their
. r unlets, t<> be sold during Ihe present and ensuing months,
all of their stock of
Summer Dress Goals,
With many other things, at astot.Uhitifiy low prtrrs.
licit«nt H'.lks and Bilk Robes
Organdie Mollies and Rohrs
knelt? h Uar-ge* and Rich Rohes
Jaconets, Lawns, Cambrics
llernant lobe*. Grenadine*
Fren h and KnglUh CMnls
flhsw’*, Mantle*, Uncna
Sheetings Dam.i5Vs
Kmbrold-rle*, Hosiery, Ac., At*.
Their *‘ock of LACK and flit K M AN fLKB Is Urge and complete;
a’s*). DQRM8 f «V«IJ Ki.trrlal fur inviHaf, kf|A ooaMRflf
on hand o- made up al their Maxtilla Niiirtcniiv upon a few
hours notice.
Citizens and stranger* ar« Invited to give them a call.
New Good) liv every arrival,
iy; T. jt PMC1 a no
CO-FA RTNKK4HIF —We I. %ve this day associated with
us In the Hilna. Glass and Karfhenwarw lm«la**ss Mr. J. Gam
la»d Bn hi ho* under the firm «.f STKHU1NH, Pi LI KN A CO.
We are grateful to the public for their patronage the past Iwen
ly years, and solicit a continuance for the new concern
fay 11. IMA RTKHItlNB A PITUJR.
” T1IK MASONIC 1IAKI ’.
A collection of
HI A SONIC ODBCS' Ilk HI NS, SONGS, Ac.
For the public and private ceremonies and festival*
OF THE FRATERNITY.
BY r.EOKtiF. W. CHASE, K. T.
Editor of the Masonl * Journal. Ac.
For tale at r. U. TAYLOR n Mutic puiw,
y 1® 1 ■»*> Main itr- et.
PRK'KK RKDITCKD.
FINDING our itock of DRE.^fi and oUicr FANCY OOUDfl rather
too heavy, we shall, f.«m this date, reduce the prices a* fob
owe. Say
Handsome FrenehPrlnted Deregca, £3
Very pretty small flrure, half Mourning do., 33
Super French Organdies, 33
Do. do Jaconets 33
Super Chlnts Pattern O/gandlee, SO
Fancy Drew Silks, all bought this Spring at unusually
low prices
Grey Dress Goo ’s, aP qualities, at cost
bilk, Lace, Poplin and ether Mantles, at reduced prices
French Work S<ttJ. Collars and Sleeves, new and pretty,
Our stock of Staple Ooods Is as good as It has been during the
season.
Determined to reduce the stock we shall the Goods at
LOW PRICES. jel'J CHILES A CI1ENERY.
GEORGE WARNE«,
Commission Merchant
AHO A'lKST TOR TRR ? tt.R OR
TOBACCO, FLOUR, ORAIN andKOUTUIRW PRODUCE generally
1(12 South Eiitaav Mired,
Opposite Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road Depot,
RALTinilHR.
REFERS BV PKRM188ION,
Ueaen Spoils, IUrvey A Co, Richmond,
•• Atvey A Lipscomb, do
« Kirkland. Chase A Co., Baltimore,
•• Toulmln, Voorhecs A Co , Mobile, .
Mlch'l Warner, Ee<|., Prealdent Mechanic*’ Rank, Baltimore
mall—ly
OK TO 30 HA ns —country cured - verv superior, fine for
broiling, for sale by A. K. MOORE Arent,
Cary SUit-L
Til K AhllF.ltl4ltLB
INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF ClIARLOTTAdVILLR, VIRGINIA.
Office for Slave Insurance, 130 Main Street Richmond, VIrfill*
Policies (ranted OR the moat liberal term*, for one or a tersa of
years. KNOWLES A WALFORD, Agents.
t. W HsaoDCi, M. D., Examiner.
fai^Ofll. e hours 10 o'clock, rtaUr Ivl"
R'~ Elf IN RD M <i A It AN I) KVttl P»
1W) bbls. New Yolk Steam Sugar Refinery Co.’s Extra CAB
Crl!>e Sugar,
•0 bbls Sugar Uouae gyn.p, Receiving, for a -I' bv
LEWIS WMIB A JOHN (I W ADE.
■A1NB Ol.n U HITK WHISK If—An utic.e ibat
l* drea almost uuiieraal satisfaction. Kept ronnravtly on hand,
for sale by A E. MOOEi. Agent,
Jyl7 _ Cary Street
I.7LOUH, In >, bags, for sale by
f ' - A. K. MOORE. Agent,
jj J7 Cary 8 reef.
<Tr o lUJlT B. » T E E •
DENTI8 T.
OfBre fc Heni.lt u< c Soutl.Si.lc Alain at between "lit *i«l
8th Street*,
(lire ibx/re oboes (VeiuAtwc's A'aur UoUl,)
RICHMOND, VA.
HA VINO an exp. time* of ten yean In hi* Pro- ar- " ■ -V
fcaalon, ha feel* confident of giving eatlefhr- Y- 08- .
tlon to tboae who may favor him with their patron- I f 7VrVX?V%
U, mhlft—Era '-^1 Jl 7
YuTICE.-A’ we are determined lo furtdsl. ou' frlen
j_X tomers and the public generally with ibe very brat cf Goo
In our fine, cither manufactured bv ourselves or Impelled for la
dle*, Gentlemen, Misses Boys, Children, at the lowest pncee, ac
cording lo the ..uallty, all In want call on
‘ ALEX. HILL A CO..
Manufacturers and Importers,
No. 187 Main fit.,
(,4 Richmond. V*
THE FIH8T I’ll ETIH'.VI
CASK SEATED CHA'U AIAU'KAI luHY AA1) AVARER00M8
Non. 223 and 225 Noitls Gth Street.
THE greatest variety of style! suitable for par Ion, Dr.es- a
log rnome or Chambers. UA
AM... Hrb New 8tyl«e of 0111 Rrepllon Chain, ladle* PWt
Bewirg Rockers, Camp Chairs, Ac., FMUtfeli-hla, F*- ' » •
JjlC—If IB WOLE*.
IEWT AM) RICH JEWELRY,
WATCHES, DIAMONDS, SILVER AND PLATED
WARE.
S. -A». E!R3.
ooun r r maijt aid fuel »tu«th, wcauosc, vinoiaiA.
HA8 just received. In addition to his already I «rge and
extensive MsortraentA, a r ♦ *ntlful collection of ali
the latest and nw'tt elr^aot styles of Watches, Jewelry,
Silver and Plated Ware.
W'wishesmanufactured by the following celebrated makers:—
Jo lee Jurgensos, t U Adams k 84ns, David Taylor. Henry Key*
woods Lemon, Alfred Lavalrtt, and other celebrated makers.
WIAMONDA—A very large and rich assortoert of Diamonds
and other precious stones.
Dlsmonds, P« arts. Opal, Csrbunc’e, Garnet, Coral, Cameo,
Onyx, In rru. asd hi r axrm.
Abo —Spectacles—B asUUan Perbcopla Pebbles, set In gold,
sliver and steel Lames. Clocks, Cutlery ann Jewelry of every de*
tcrtpMon.
The public art respectfully Invited to examine the above brfors
purchasing. 8. A MTKI8.
®a2* _ __Cor. Main and Pearl 81*.
801THERS LOCK MA5UF1T0RT.
DWELLING Locks of every description ; Sliding DooTrJtrn
mlogs of the beat quality. Abo, Prison and Bank Locks ;
Ulnges and Bolts of any height Bclb hung, with or without
Tabes.
ALL KINDS OP REPAIRING DONE.
As I tell no work but my own manufacture, I am prepared (0
Warrant U to give entire satisfaction to these who may favor ms
with a call.
WILLIAM KKADT,
MO Main Street, betwen Sth and fth,
^felO—ly_ Rjcwiiosd. Va.
milUCi'N PI 1*0 I'OKTEM.
THIS PIANO certainly aurpsMre all that we cou
celveil the Instrument • apabl** of, arid yet Its
whole construction b §0 slmpi- and common «*-ual
cal, that U re« oinmenda llarlf at once as the only
true plan, and it s 1 natural cause of w*ndcr, as In all such rases,
why It was not discovered before. The theory cn which It Is mode,
lives It strength and consequent pow*rlo keep In tune far beyend
a Plane, built upon any other plan. It i* in /tu t U* t*U
in MrisfcNec — Proin the New York Expr*se.
P H. TAYLOR ha* a!so several second hand Pianos which hs
will sell cheep for cash.
«»*» 188 Nfaln Mrect,
I860. « imjo.
WILLIAMS Sc EELIOTT.
67 Main Ntrert, Hlilmiond, Va.
WFORTKBB, WUOLKSALK A RKTAIL DKALKRR III
IIA HI) WAR E,
FI.VE-EDiiE TOOLS. BCillM\ti HARDWARE, FARAIIStt ‘
IXPLEMES18, he.
Hum. 'poem. riLLOKs kprino*, Atm, Bolts, n«ii,
Leathers, Clot.’.a, Trimming*. Ar , Ac.
UAUII1KXHTB’ GOODS.
Belting, Parking. Circular Fan. Dole'* S*w Hummers, Pile*.
Wrrnriirf, Kevin Coe*. WMstl.s, Gauges. Ar.
Ager... for tiir HAITIMOKK BK11. and HKAKH.WIR1*. Allrn'a
Pat.nt HTK AM UUACi.H. aud t.-rockett’i COACH VARMhHKP, Ac.
Locomotive *n<t St-am Login, builders, Railroad and 0*« Cun*
pant... Ar , .uppllevl ailit kravl Work at manufacturer** price*,
myl*— I y
UE/iI> qi AKTEKS •
BOOTS AND SHOES.
No. 03 Mnln Strict, It I ( If 71 ON D. Virginia.
PAOK'B Hio* Store, M ilalu Street, of«r» firUMe* to Ptmillce,
whether In Lily or Country, for laying In • I.rlr luppllee of
•Lon, that arenr.lr met will,, bring enable.I *o furnlah rrerf’
member of a family wtlh any dcvcilylioo <.f .),<•« v, Ac,, for hou.c,
parlor, or mil of door us.-, heth of hi* oan end ih* i vet Norih
ern manufacture. Karin-ra sen.ling r .aaarri till p* snpi-lteil al
moderate |,rire«, uiili good al.oe*, Including brogue* of my own
make, for held hands.
In Addition to a constant supply of all kinds of abacs, of my own
and 81-oee aa evi lie found In any ! o':;,- In Virginia- »
I Invite all In want to call al the largv Tt unit and Shoe Fmporl
nm, W Main Street. •
»«* JOHN C. PAGK.JR,
OOPPBBf PATMV
KNITTING JIACIIIHKS, .
FOIl HI.AW HOCKING AND FANCY KNITTING,
—urn—
MatTiiutm for knitting Drawn*, Miiite, (tc.,
OF ALL Hl/M.
Ilib BlaiTiii'.ee of I b I, 2 k I, U 2 and :) & 2 Bib,
OX NIXtl INI) 111 I'll TO ell MX.
flTIIKHK AfacMm-a cae Go- K gliih Fprlr.jt Needle, on a .rw
1 principle, and are the rncaprat an1 moat raj-ld marhlnea for
kol't n/ In u-e.
The Goffee HaUnt Family Killing V-irUne f..r Fan try .<n.f
Plantation u- la a new and menavfd f.alue In the uaefnllo- .
rer.U ilti of tlie age, ami rxnV* «Hh 0 e Hi wing Machine.
4GRNCY AMI d4l» FfOM.
No. 5J7HH«.1DM,1V, NMI IPIIK.
JeT—ddin III NKV C. LKK, Auixt.
SHARIS' PATENT
COLTER HARROW.
*nVj£ of the K*urillill£ CuiAlUIttllilV
vhleh liti bent tried by man* practical F&'iuers, bud pronoanreJ
-y them to be the very best Imp lent *n* yet nude, for pr-partn*
be Un>l f-r se di v small yr in. and «(T>ctaally covering»ht tune
ifUr seeding, w.tli tun horse* d« u.g the wo-k « f »!s sloci* Flow*. •
We have purchased toe r’Kht for th-Bute of Ylrgiiiia, kr •! »re nr w
BAnutacturtriir I cm for the ensuli y season,and pert fully lx.\ tie
iq examination of then).
>wi|_orortiK u att i co.
KAF1L1 HOHillTUM 1% lit AT.
I/\A HA(»8 of the above Wheat, fur seed, on consignment,
UU a'd forstI- by us
This wheat yle'ded this season, on good lard, thirty bu»h*-'« for •
•oe sowed; ripened, aud wa* hsrvested the first wrtk In Jung*is
••■ry f.ne and heavy, sod is Mid net to have h**en affected by fly,
int worm, or rust Frit* |Ji per uu« hd, or f b n* r bag
'f_hi nt k james.
I *n MILKS OF V Mb M l»l llloK IPlu
1 >)\/THY li \Y. just received
Jtsiu Bchocley's <ju«en Uty IMms, none such in the w.ihl
Fresh Butler received twice a week
6 chesu of vtry superior Tea.
For sale by ROLKKT A V IHBNF.Y,
tlroeety and Feed Store.
__ _ It'oad bt., oppoaite Theatre.
kemuva'lT'"
1ST, C. BARTON
HAS KKMOVRD To THE NKW BHLDIN0
No 221* Tin In, b- IwrfU Ntli mart Dili Mlrrtla.
Hid New Flore being r uni .dluM and rxpreanly arranged for
the RRT«IL MILUNKHY llt M.V-FM, .ill enable him to beep
a large laaortim-nt of .
Ready MadcMillinorv Article*
as well as to add tu the eonvenietirr and profits of hts customers
hipec I al attention w li hr given to the
111BDOM & FKEACII KEOIVEK 0EPAKT.1IEAT.
And the assortment will be found i oinpleU durii y al. BrBBor*o*
Lhe year. In connect ion with Mltdin ry ArtidrB, hr will kfty |
gcveral assortment of Ladies'
ru LEA US AM) SLEEVES. EUk CAPES ASP BEKTBA.S
LACK and MOL'RNIKO VKILH, HKIDAL VKtU, Ac., of the la's*
style*.
Uc would also invite attention to a *>’ew Department which
has added to the Mll'lnery Huai nets, via : the manufacture, to of*
der, of
CI.O.tKK \\l> MA.1TII.1.1N,
wmrn win dc unucr uic super vision 01 a rcrspciciu ‘lcSlfOCr. IB
latest Pari* fashion* rill be received monthly.
li order* will meet with prrmpt attention. malS
WILLIAM a. MoOOT. EDWARD MATHEWS
fflcCOY Sc MATIIBUM,
Virginia Tobacco Agents.
16 Huy tie Ml., Clmrlratou, 8. C.
REEKRENCKS.
Mrun. O'IU'ir, Ror>» * briaar, I
•• Oeoaoe W Wiluih. A Ca, j-CWIntos.
JiAU Brae* it, Jk, Esq.,
Jso. V. White, Rm|., I
Kuwih A. Khith, K»q., vRJchmood.
iot?* Th.» W. Dn.«ux. Esq.. 1 dirfta
Lt Dll V DHI.SS GOODS !
LADIES’ DRESS GOODS I
AT COST!
AT COST ! I
AT COST !!!
The month of June btlnr at hand, and ftndlng our rtoek of
Ladies’ Dress Goods
to be consider*bly larger than I* desirable, and, desirous of glv'ng
our friends and customers the advantage of an entire new stock
of Dreaa Good* at every season, !>r»nles supplying themselvr#
cheaply now, we have determin'd to sell from w-dat all oar Dreaa
Good*, cf every description, from Rich Mika to ordinary Lawns,
during the month of June at cost, and many st/Ds of Goods, ia
preference to keeping them over, greatly below ecsL Id fact, wo
will make a
CltKAT CLEARING OUT SALE.
Will be added, on at rival of a*earner from New Yo>k on Mr n>*ay
600 pc* nc*t style,new design, PRINTED LAWNS and ORGANDIES
—juat what every body want*.
Alan, *50 dcw title Lit«! lea’ li ra |>pinccntlstlcf of
Black Silk Mantlet, Lace Cloaks, Lare Taltnaa. tfurnoas, La» e
BliswU, anJ which, on accccnl of the lateness i.f lhe »ea«oa, will I •
•old at nearly half the prlos they sold for marly a month ago.—
A call from all In want la rcapnt'ally m quoted
J MILLIiMKR A PRO..
left__ llrt Iiroad fttre* L
UKU. ft. LOWJfW. TM. B 00OR. 4
l.oiwrs A COOK'S
Foundry and Manulaotory,
■JGMTB STUB IT, 1111 MA1B, atUCnuBO, VUMIBIA.
HAVING made large addition to oar sh«p, to soft the Boot) tri
trade, we will sell at the Northern prices of 1S60 We kavt
overliki different designs of Main and Ornamental Halliut s
VcratiituH, HhIi oiiI n, Porrli Pirn a. Window
Goard*, Ac., Ac.. Vault and Cellar Doors, Iron SJaah, hhatleit.
and general Blackaodthlug and finishing dona with neatness aiid
daapatch
Cemetery Railing for tha country, made ao aa to be put up
he an ordlnarr r'erhsrdr. Jaw- If
P«»I*T WIRHi—k very rupeiior arth U of Port Wine, la
fclaas and wood, direct from Opoito. Per sale bv
0. FRANZ.
i I _ No ? Parhange Hloek. •
fill 11* BROKER AGE.
TlfV andrrslroed have thl« d»y fanned a eo-|>artnenhtp uedrr
the atyle of * ll.lAfACSU A READ, for the purfioae of coo
ductine the SUIP BROKERAGE boalatM, and reopeclfully kKu>
the patrenaye of their fricndi tad the patllr.
A. M1U-SPACGH,
JAMES G. RRA».
Gary and 18th itreeu, sear (he :>ook.
Wrhmnod Jaitaarr lot. ISA) !eM-1f
CIlKWIRfl T«« trro.-Vrr. ruerbr arllc ca, juat
recHyed, foraale by the imall ifjanlltlr., or athervleo. by
__ au* A. t MOORE. Afoot
BLAiriH L IIIIOU V M GIH -IknatS.O.w’ *
f uba MutcovaJo M* laaara, for ul< by
»“* _ A K MOORI, A ret.
BLACK ■» PA - Juat reeHyrd a drtle’rna art cle of KlrcV
T-a, ntU'artirn (uaranteed In It. Al o, • lee »rtlrl-r .
Green Te*«. for tale by _A: R M.'H'RR, A*enL
RdM K’S WOOD bl.TI A It I r A V.— A •npp’y of.Aarfc,
ebraled LUiaonl, 'oi tale by J. P. D’ Vr |„ TGua.Wi,
I lJU 1 ’ Ou. Mala and luth
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