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ftlCHMO.ID BOARD OF TRADE.
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WILLIAM X DON SAN, Ofcairmas.
LARKIN W. GLAZUtBOOX I X X
thox w. mccancx I D- crktohaw..
WILLIAM iru, • D. X BRIDGPORD,
LCTHRR LI BBT, JAMB X RIDDICX
AKiilV ALS AT PRINCIPAL HOTEL
COLI MBIAN HOTEL.
JOSEPH H. CRENSHAW, Proprietor.
August tt, 18*.
0 H MlHt, NT J A Gough, Pucka
A Prico, do W >>h pkeni, do
W H Pryor, Henrico E 11 M»xxy, do
Juo Cortor do EG Jefferson, do
C W CUjr, N C JM Dunk »m, do
W K brow3, W4!renten L B Mowljr, do
J Brojdrn, X C Ct)M‘ lor. do
E Cooley, d> W L Mi ier, do
E Kr>#, rt»uot'n G II Wrbigrr, V%
C H Perkine, Lou •» W B Writer, do
A C Must n. New Kent J T Martin, do
A H Morr won, » 0 BKcllej.ro
G N Jordan, Nb« G M Anders n do
R H Gerwianr, Alxn W II Q And-rexa. do
P Prtnce, Nr JH Jxhn , do
A Jones, Ljnchf C C 'Ian It ns hip, do
H P Tajlor, Cesbd K M Not tl :et, do
A Jolkaoou, do R M Burton, do
XCBwann, Ptowa Mr« J >hn»t n, Cuahd
* A K Frajswr, do J M Jenos, Look*
T R apploOor'j. Tn T M Johns, do
W d MjUr. Bedft rd H M.t.hJe, UnHfex
RAJ hn. Ky T B Meaux, A teal,a
M M Mat Scat, Vi J L MUM, Louisa
R M Garr.lt, Ciiullcs J W tkott, uni g.
Mis. Garnett, Jo II KcCnJdr.i. N C
HNUl.L, No-foil J J Colter, Ya
J L NlimU, B*lto R M Burvu, Jo
W B Chapman, \n-!ia J ■ Smith, Jo
£ A GUIs, not. way R Johns, Jo
D Thouipeon, \ s R Gregory, Kg Wm
CGI Blankenship, -to
’ EKCHANGK hotbl andballjkd Horse.
JOHN P. A THOMAS R BALLARD, Proprietors.
August JT, ISJB.
H Planer, Powhatan n Chalmers, Halifax
R Hawra, King Wm JWlilson.NO
J H Graven, lady, chliJ an J J A Baas, dn
•«. Va MG. A Wsiren, DoBrlli.
L M -parklay, Jo Mr. U W Donnell, Jo
. W U tea too, Phil* W Gordon. Him
* Mr. W M Yeator Jo OS Harrtaaoo. Ya
Waiter Y.aton, Jo J A Harriatna, Jo
tV N (Jw .rda, NO W P Raglan J, do
k Wilsou, do A W Uniting, Jo
K floyd, Jo J Healer, Jo
W R oarage, Jo rt P W .1 Jy, Jo
W McLann, lady, ret, Jo J W J UmMon, Jo
J 0 WcLairne, Jo VV H Brig... Jo
W » » aJeo, Norfolk l> H RaiJnln. Jo
W KCail,SC A J Cheatham. Jo
Dr Smyth, Jo A It Graham, Jo
Bar J H Craig. Jo W H Waiklco. 4»
Al Cheatham, lady, ret. Ark J V I. McCreap, Jo
Xd Graham; King k igueeu Wm Kirby, Jo
0 Greoaam, Jo J L Brae, Jo
P S Snead, Hanoeer H A Dudley, Jo
T A Nheppasd, Tena J P Stover, Jy
Dr TTylar AoJntfe, New Kent JPltdr, Del
A Pollard, do J H Wyatt, Ala
"is M booea, Ha C C Cocke, PluesaaA
J U Core, Phil* A J Craven, l tia.-lotte.vlUo
C Teller, do W Walk A eet, Ala
Cant Boiler, USA Mir. Baldwin. Jo
K J Pa.., lade, Buckingham S Pelrbank-. .la
A Merab all and lo Jy, Lunaub'g N D a n.loraona. Ml
A n cralle, P KJwJ J A Plaher, N V
k M Toney, HO W 0 Vails, Ohio
O OSwect wife, Jo J J- hi..cn, laity, *lo
Mia. K- oJ all. -to J Medley, llalllax
L H Plane .Poehn’an L C Dermoit. H c
M . R P Derr, King A Ntueeo J M liken. InJ
M e. Derr, do Hon II S Foot*, Tenn
The. Dew, CaroUao M»j k M Barbour, Harper. Per
ly P Clarke, La ry
1" X XSTKAR SHIP ROANUKB,
J • SaiR NRW VOAX-Tt. oteaacr Roanoke,
Capl Geo W Coach, will leaee here at 4 o’clock. P. V^r^TT
the Vttn took tr- nrai >n ticker. SneJIon.ml return by cither of
the et.»iuera, meal, and Mate-room. loc.uJeJ, for tho aery low
price of $ld
P image to New YorX meals and Mate-room Included. (10.
dteurag. parang. I-V Paaeag. to Norfolk tame aa by the rlrer
heats
freight received today, Thuraday. and up to the hour of 11 o’clt
A. X Prlday.
. C-'nrigneee are re-iaroted to rand for their good, to-day.
rttgpstrh
Tickets and berths secured at our office or on board the ship
„ ma-k__luplam m WATBON.
pou BO*TOM.-FlIL*T YK40KCL —The Pehaooer »,~
* “WBbTOYlB,** Captain Nickerson, having th* j~e*i
••-portion of her car* engaged, mil have «|uich de*] awh.
For * dance of freight appj to
mtB-H_DAVID A WM ITRRIE
«W< • I'nioa M- un.ldp Co., t
Richmond. Aug JO, Is*) l
trills 8le*m-.h!p CITY o» RICHMOND having been ^£&S±.
l v.Ufrraam until th* 1st pro time. fur the jurpe** tIUT
ol repiaciag her boiler, the vuaotehlp VIRGINIA. Capta n un.ea
R Rs.c.s. will continue to tuaae h-r usual wtetlp ti. j,a Fr. .1,1
receirwi oa In laps and up to hour uf d> nurture on Saturday*,
until further uolice.
CHALKS P. CARDOZA, Agent.
_lu» MslnSl.e-t
t'HH HON I ON.-fat vewrl —The superior fut J
•alUng schooner B B tiaAN, Cap* JoInRuml.Mr
nij a p rti-.n of her ca’gv engaged and going oa board, wi^bave
«tulc« li-paich. for balance of frelgl.l aopl, to
_ ®*__If. A W. 0TRRIK.
r’»* NHRPOLR AMD PORTtMOfTH. /S
—The pchr. ALMIRA la loading for the ab-vr peril,
w 'l *»U »Uh quick d -tpatch. IVr baiancu of freight app . to
aaJH-Ac___ W !> COLUI lTT A CO.
VUtai VLVV V tdlk- . .• _
R Schoonrr OWATIVI haring the greater portico of Of
her cargo -ogaged, will salt w ih quick dHpalch. Por Oala el
,r- ■ t - ■■ SI-.- vW l>. i- .l ljl iTr A CO.
V'XtsM.SIslN AU OLD POINT. _ glP—,
la YfMTSUwLTH AND NORFOLK- The* aas
, er dCRTld PkCR, C tpc Z C. Gifford, fitted up In a^uea^^^^or
lughi travel,win make a ■ Kxcuraloa to the above places oa 0ATUH
Ds Y EYgNING usat, add list. vend regular;/ averp SATL'RDAY
KVKNlNl* thereafter, during ike watering seueon,> leaving th»
wharf at Roci.it. at * o'clock P IL, arrive at O d P Int about 14
o'clock, th-oc- to Portala-uth and Norfo k, and return the r.rat
evening iSL NDAY), leaving Norfolk *1 i o’c oci, touch at Porta
mouth and Old Point, aod arrive at tUchaood about i o'clock A.
M., Moudap morning.
P.u,. ik for the trio, to O’d Point, Norfolk and Portsmouth, and
return (meals Included.) #AN'
k * No freight taken oa the Excursion Trip.
|rJJ «f_R Q, HASKINS.
fiKu tKKiNti nni <»n __ _ir—
n JAMKS RIVER fi.R OLD POINT, P- KIS- ^^^jCSSZL
FFOITlf, AND NORFOLK —Tie Steamers GLEN
TfS Pi K, have been put In Srai rale order, and will run to the
ao-iw - places.
The GLEN COTS, Cap! Win. P. Care-, will leave th* wharf at
Rocketta, regularlp everp MONDAY. WLDNMDhY knd PhlDhY
mor;;login 9 o'clock. precleelp, sod reta-a each alternate daps,
ekoept sundae, l-av’.ng the wharf at NORFOLK at th* tame hour,
9 o'clock A M , an i touch at ail the regular land nga ua the river,
going *0(1 returning
TksCCITU PFl'K, Cept Z O. Gifford, being neatly B*te*l ai>
with bertha, ml' leave'he thuf at Kocketto every SAT U BD\Y
ewn’ng at 4 o’clock, an 1 rvtun, leaving the wh*-f at NOBF >!.K
every ht’NDAY evening at 4 o’clock, ma t regularly every TUBS
DAY and Till* B.* DA Y evenings, at 4 o'clock, n^d return each ol
tern ate day, at the same hour, 4 o'clock.
Gating down, the Cnrtlo Bees will touch si City Point, W1»er- t’i.
CUreuK nt, Grove Wharf, Old piint, Portsmouth and Norfolk —
Be turning, Portsmouth, Old Point, Boca Wharf. Grove, Dillard's.
Cla..-iA»ont, Wlileox's, City Point, and arrive a: Bichmoud about 1
oVUI, Monday morning.
Passage Saturday trip, and return next evening, meals
ln :u fed, 44 ,.v.
Pomade oa regular trips, either boat, to Old Point, Portsmouth
. or Norfolk, |2 Meals-esjuai to any given on any boat—30 cents
oach
Freight taken as usual.
_ iett-tf_ __t. 0 HAWNB.
FlTftlK 11 1 LTI 'IOHK % N D H.IY.INN % H vfiaa
2. dTkAMu-HIP COMPANY, oompeoed of first claa.
tt* • nohipa, are now running regularly between the above port?.
Pr.igkt shipped to davannah, or the Interior of the dtaies cf
Oeorgla and Alabama, by Ball road from Savannah, will hate
pr -apt oUentloa. T. U. BELT, Tr., Agent,
_*Sfr—tf ^ koltier.ore.
GEORGE WARNER.
CoxninitAHion Merchant
TOBACCO, fLOra. GRAIN and BOCTUKRN PRODUCE generollv
IBB Soutte Kluw street.
OppoKW Baltimore and Ohio lull Bond Depot,
HAL riSIIUK,
REPR&d BY PKKMIdKlON,
Mom re Bpotte, Harvey A Co, Richmond,
** A Ivey A Llpocumb, do
m Kick,and, Chase A Cta, Boltlmure,
** Toulain. Voorhec* M Co Mobil*
Mich’I Warner, io+. Preddeni Mechanics’ Bonk. Baltimore
ly
lit*(aiim a 7 Hiiimi.E,
IMPORTKRS OF FANCY GOODS,
311 Hroadway, New York, 311,
nrpts to the Trod, o Lerpe, frmaA. and <e»« W amortmeni
ol fA010 BANCY QV jM, to which they will receive run
etaae addltt.ua by Meaner*. during the eeasoo. Among their atork
may be (bond nearly all the Now Mr lee and tall Unco of
BtLg Boom Cvm, Haia Seen an, CkurrtMt, Faact Haig Ptort,
Ooooe no Oo>ewmtva, Furmn, Bolt Bi ii an aau
Ctrrn Gilt, A-, Fog w lira Gvuuw,
Biia Pl % ran Cbante. Bo t nl Piu,
Bn, eoa., Oaoraao. Hear
BffTove, Paso Bun.
btna a on Gilt
Jowour.
Bratus'* Aavuansogtt, Ac , Ac.,
All of which they offer to the Trod, ot the lowest -uartet prices and
iy I—8m oo the meet liberal terms.
SILVER WAKE.
ESTABLISHED 1812.
H’JI. WILSON * ION.
8. W. Comer Fifth tad Cherry Sts., Philo.
• MANUfACI URRR8 OFSIVKR WARM,
OF EVERT DESCRIPTION,
WHOIKS1LI AND RITAIt,
IMPOSTERS AND Df ALISA Of
Eagllth, French and AtHerlcna
* PLATED WARES.
ah3--Bailf __
J'LOl'R-I'd bbt. flour. Extra, ffoperflne, ond condemned.
for sole by onld-lw_WB. WALLACE BONA
i * OLDBJf *1 IE • I*.—family Hoi.ten Byrnp, an excellent
" * tuboutatc for beat S O. Molames. for .ale by
e S.1C -lw _ __WM. WALLACE RONS,
YVHISKV.-Y Wallace’. Pur* Muantaln Dew Wh eke. for
TV Ml. oy onld-lm wti WA< l.tfK «<>• h.
Lt W Be—1VW bbk fr-.h Oock.au d Lime, lor Mle by
»“>•_' __BRIDGPORD A CO.
TB AT. t\LE URRABR.-A Largo .apple In ktg* and
. A pound Imam, for tola by DOVE A OO..
. Ml*__ tv-, e'.ka.
WB HAVE IS STOKE AND llflrr lor htal.
on so fororobl. lerwu M th. article con bo Imported ter. Of
X b’d X pipe.) of pur. sad boot quality »RANCH
BRaNDY, «f ear own Importation.
_ ,,>4 __ 4V TWT O V TWSCVVVf h
a GREAT ATTRACTION.
Exoollent Bargains in
U K V GOODS
FOR CASH ONLY.
, 'J'H'M. D. Ifl AKLKB A SONS will offer thi. morn
, Beautiful town, ond Jacnorls, IBk'o
»ory Ane Hrgandlm an J Jaconet*, tic
Preach «rt»t. BnuUou. Id and Mo
PMIord hi k. st hte, rerr cheap
**'*•. »’ W*. ** and Mo, Tory chap
• Comb'd.Reeves at like
Loos do at Vic
Cambria sad Muado itette ol Me
Th- ebon Good, ore offered at a (Teat merlh-e In order to dost
Shorn at owes.
Wu pi BROAD STREET,
AYER’S
\S CATHARTIC
PILLS.
An* you sick, fleble, and com
plaining ? Arc you out of older,
with your ayatem deranged, and
your feelings uncomfortable l
Theac >11111110111* are often the
prelude to ncrioua illnoas. Some
lit of kickin'*** i» creeping upon
von, anil should be averted by a
tlmWv use of the right remedy.
Take Aver’* Pill*, and cleanse
out the disordered humors—pu
rify the blood, mid let tlie fluid*
move on unobstructed iu health
I again. Tbev stimulate the func
tions of the body into vigorous
activity, partly the ayatem from
the obstructions which make
■ disease. A cold settle* tome*.
_— whore in the body, and obstructs
ft* natural ftraetions. These, if not relieved, react upon
themselves and the surrounding organs, producing gen
ml JUT’rarafion, tuiflV-rin^, IM *1U***®» M hue lu tnli*
eon iition, oppfVHMit by toe fK nu^' wntj, t»ko Arer i
HU*, autl nr how dtrrctlv they rvwtorv the nAturAl »c
ti« «ii of the nvstrm, aud with it the buoyant feeling of
tn alth affair * \V hat I* true aud *0 apparent in Hus tmUl
an 1 common complaint, in alw> true iu mauy of tlie cKrjv
MMted and <btiij^-rou» diaOempero. The name purgative
effect expeb th**m. Canoed br atmllar obstruction* and
deraug'MiH'ntH of the nutnnd nUietloua of the body, they
an- raindlv, and many of th*-m *11 My. cured by the same
m» jit,. Sou** who kuovr tin* virtue* of thcae nils, will
to employ them wheu nflMff from the dioor
decs tbev cure*.
Statement* from l.*ading physicians in some or the
principal cities, and from other well known public per
sons
From a Form,riling Merchant of St. Louis, Feb. k 1856.
I>r. .Aykr : Your lift* are the paragon of all that la
great in medicine- They have euresl my little daughter
of ulcerous sore. 11 [Kill her liauds and flvt that had proved
incurable for year*. Iler mother ha* b.a lung griev
ously altli.*ted ’with blotch*** ami piuipKai on her skin aud
in her hair. After our child was cured, she also tried
your Pills, aud they have euresl hey. _
ASA MORURIDGK.
As • family Physic.
From Or. F. IP (\trlwriiiht, \eu> Ortons.
Y our Pills are the prince of purge*. Their excellent
qtt.diii*** surpass suy eatliarti** w.* posses*. Tliey are*
mild, hut very certain aud eiftxUual in their action on the
bowels, wiiidi make* them iuvaluable to us iu the daily
treatment of disease.
Headache, Slrk Ilradarhr. Foul Stomsch.
From nr. Fdward Boyd, Baltimore.
Dkvr Bros Aykr: 1 cannot answer you what com
plaints I have cured with your Pills better than to say
all that we ever treat with a pargatire medicine. I plant
great dependence ou an cfle'tuul cathartic in my daily
contest with disease, and believing as 1 do that your Pilla
afford us the best we have, 1 of course value them highly.
PrTTsttrHtt, 1"*., Mav 1, MBS.
put. j. o. Aykr. Sir: 1 have been re pcutedly cure*! of
the worst heiuluckr any body can have, by a dose or two
of your Pills. It seems to arise from a foul stomach,
which they clean*** at once.
Your* with great respect, KD. YV. PRKR1.K,
Clerk of Steamer Clurton.
Bilious Disorder* —I.lver Coiuplaluta.
From l>r. Theodore Bell, of Sew York City.
Not unlv are* vour Pills aihmruhly adupbsl to their pur
pose as an aticr'iiit, liut l ilud their bcmilcial effects u|«m
the l.iver terv mark,si indeed. They have In my prac
tice provtsl more effectual for the cure* of Idtiaas com
plaints than any one r. me tv I can mention. I sincere ly
rejoice that we have at length a purgative whi* h i* wor
thy the eouffdeuee of the profession aud the people.
DKr vRTMKXT OF TIIK I.VTKRIOR,
Washington, 11. <*., rth IVlx. Peak
Sir I have us»d vour Pill* iu my general atul hoapital
practice ev or since vou made them, and do uot hesitate to
aav they are- the be'.t .-alliarti.* we employ. Their regu
Utuig .i.'tj*,a on the liver la quick aud divided, rouse
qii.-nlly they are- an admirable remedy Ibr derangement*
of ihat ur iu. lude* 1. I have seldom fouud a case of
(ion as dm lie SO obstinate that it did not re adily Yield to
them. Fraternally yours, AI.ON/.O H A I.!., Yt. Ik,
Chysirsan of the Murine 11 'Sjidal.
Dysentery. Dlarrlto-a, Hein*. Worm*.
From ttr. J. II. • Iren, of Chicago.
Y'our Pills have had a long trial in utv practice, and t
bold them In esteem as one of Ihe b***t aperients I have
ever fouud. Their alterative effect u|jou til - liver makes
them an excellent remedy, vvh.-n given in small doses for
bilious dysentery and dierrhim. Their sugar coating
mak, * them verv acceptable aud eouveiuent lor the use
Dyspepsia, Imparity of the Rlonsl.
from Err. J. I". Him. t, lhutor of Admit Chunk, Cotton.
pit. Ayer: 1 have used your nils with extraordinary
mm as lu uiy family and atuoug those 1 mi -ailed to visit
iu distress. To regulute the organs of digestion and
pure v the Mood, they are the very Is-st letnedy I have
ever known, and I can confidently memmen.! them to
my Mends, Yours, J. Y*. HIM l.S.
W tttavw, YVyotning Co., N. Y'., th-t. 21, 1*53.
Id vk >ik: 1 am using vonr Cathartic Bills in my prao
ti.v. and find them an e_xe. ll. it purgative to demise the
system and imnjg the fountain* of the it.
' John u. Mkacham. m. d.
Constipation, Costivtuess, Suppression,
It tv.-it mu 11-in, Clout, Neuralgia, Dropsy,
Pasrolysls. Kits, ctr.
from Dr. J. /'. IubjiAm, Montreal, Canada.
Too much eanno* U’ said or vonr Pills for the cure of
totlirrnrt*. If others of our fraternity have found them
as ePleaeious as I have, they should Join toe in proclaim
tag it for the benefit of the multitude* who suffer from
that complaint, which, although hod enough iu itself, i*
the progenitor of other* that «r* worse. 1 believe ro*
lirrio... to originate m the liver, but your Pills afi.a-t that
or'an and cure the disease.
from Jin. E. Stuart, I’hyti-ditn and Multeity, Button.
I find one or two large doe s of your 1111s, taken at the
proper tune, are e\rial out pruniotives of the natural
tn-reU o, when wliolly or partially suppressed, and al>o
yerv . ff.-rtual to tint ate the itnnach and erpcl rensi.
Thev an- *o much tin- best physic wo have that 1 rceotn
meud no other to my patient*.'
from the Err. Hr. llnirtei.oftke Methodiit Epit. Church.
I»i-i. v*kt Hot se. Savannah, 11*., Jan. ft, 1x5ft.
HoNor.en tin;: 1 should be uugratefnl for the relief
> aur .lull ha* brought me If l did not r-port tuy case
to you. A .-.»! ! settled In my limt.s and brought oil ex
cruciating neuraluir /taint, w:hleh ended hi chronic rheu
matitm. Nutw itnstandhig I had the h"t of physicians,
the .!ls«ais<- -grew *nt«- and worse, until hv the advice of
vonr . x.s Uvnt cut iu Baltimore, Iir. Mork.naie, 1 tried
your Pill*. 1 lo ir ed. et* were slow, hilt snre. By per
severing iu the use o' them, l am now entirely well.
Stxate Chamber, Baton llongv, 1a.,5 1*>h-.. 1X53.
Pit. At Kit: I have N* n entirely nun), bv your Pills,
of Bkmmotic tiout—n painfUl di--«*• that ha. 1 afflicted
me tor years. VINCENT SLIDELL
ft*r Most of the 1111* in market contain Mercury,
win -h, although a valuable rvtmslv iu skilful hands, is
dan -Ton* iua public .‘lit. from the dread fill coustspH-nc.*
that Ircqueully follow it* Incautious use. These coutaiu
ho mercury or mineral substance whatever.
Price, 25 cents per Box, or 5 Boxes for $1.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYES to CO., Lowell, Mass.
Bold, Wholesale and Relate. by Pl'RCEIX, LADD A 00., Rich
stond. Vs: N. r. RIVES A CO., Petersburg , J. H. SEAY, Lynch
barf; an-i by all ire* ,r!*ta an I mrrehanta. _ap!9 tewto
httSAT Sb IT HERN HAT AM) CA1’ MAM KAITUKY.
JOHN DOOLKY,
81 MAIN N TKKKT, KK'IIJIOND, V\.,
MANCFACTt’RKK AND DEALER IN PI’R, straw, LEGHORN,
PANAMA, bOPT, AND MOLESKIN BRIMS HATS.
Ill A V C now ready my Spring stock of Hats,
Cape, and Straw Goods, to which I would In
vite the attention of the merchants of Virginia,
North Carolina and Tennessee, confident of my
ability to supply the-o with everything they may
want In my line, on as goo ’ terms as they can be
procured to any market tn the country.
My stock will be kept constaatiy full,by the addition of anythin*
that la new or desirable tiartn* greatly Increased my manufac
turing facilities, many desirable styles will be of my own manufac
ture. My Black Moleskin Hat Is still In the front rank, and it equal
if not superior to anything produced tn the country.
My assortment of Boys’, Misses and Children’s Richly Trimmed
Hsu and Plats, of all th* different style* of Braid and Leghorn, can
not be excelled.
In Military Goods, I can furnlah anything required. My stock
of the e arte us qualities of Army “ Regulation ” Hat*. Is Tery com
plete, and any of Ute different style* of Hats or Cap# made to order
at short notice. __
wit JOHN DeOLKY.
.1A PANESE HAT. J APANESE HAT.
JAPANESE HAT.
JCST RECEIVED that N1W and BHAUTmJL BUMMER
OUNCE SOFT HAT, the LATEST THING OUT.
ELUCTT A WEISIGER,
_No. IK Malnmreet.
^ FOH NPKINK AND MI'NITIKlt- Q
I HAVE In flora and for tale, on the moat accommodating terms,
a tint-rate assortment of Hals, adapted to the present and np
uroathlng hmod, a* follow*:
Bo ft Felt*, of every variety of *hap« and colour, that ha*
been produced.
Moleoklu lUt*. of the lateat *ty lea
Pearl Caaoemere*, do. «lo.
Drab Beaver*, do. do.
Paoawia Hat*
LefrT.orn lUu/of WTdt*, Brown, and Tea Color
Italian and Pedale Braid*
Fay all BraM*
White aad Col’d Gennau Straw Braid*
Children'* Straw C%|*
Childreo** Leghorn Hat*
Men’* Boys and Children’* Palm Leaf Hat*.
mTS JOHN THOMPSON, ST Main ft.
mTHK JAFANKNK nm
OnJNCEHAT.
JUFT RECEIVED AT IS MAIN STREET,
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8ucct***or to
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BRADY’S PUBLISHING HOUSE
SEW BOOKS JUST ISSUED.
rvrHEL TREVOR; or, The Duke’s Victim. By O. W. II
All RnreoLH. Price 80 cents,
gut Life ; «r, Memoir* of the Marquis of Waterford.
Price SB cents.
Expose of the Son. of .Hal la. “ >» “
The Ch«VAller O’dameulAl. >7 A Dniu.
Prtc. CO cents
Frnnlng’i Every Molberw’ Book t Do not letyoar
Child Die. Price SB cents.
tWMallol, free of postage, on receipt of price.
The Nh'eleome Karst, a flret-clam Family Monthly News
paper, isnti at the low rate of Twnnrv.Ptvs Cists a Yaaa. Bend
(brA^pramen-a JUmoolh Cntalogne of All the beet baoks aant
free of pootag^ FREDERIC A BRADT, Publisher,
g« Ann Street, New York.
Agents wanted.___mh:l>~
ARTESIAN MINERAL WATER,
FROM THE ARTESIAN WELL,
LOUISVILLE, KtNTUCKY.
WE hare Jut receive! a supply of this veer celebrated Mineral
Water, and will hereafter be able to supply our customers
with It regularly.
To a person is the enjoyment of or 11 nsry health, u an occasion
al drink,the Artesian Mineral Water i. highly benehcial aa a "'osi
ic. It la also recommended by the first Physicians in Louisville,
Er.. si “»n exceedingly valuable remedy In many chronic dls
easee." For Dyspepsia, Costlveoren, Derangement of the Liter,
Nervous Diseases, tlout, Ac.. Ills peculiarly adapted.
MEADE A BAKER, Pharmaceutists,
Jy7 tall Main at. cor, above Poet Office
PINK LI*1I OUS.
■yyE herein store. Imported direct from France, by the “Lone
’luo cases fine Cta-ri Wine
SO baskets Ohsmpagtne Wins
8 casks Sue French Brandy
beetdea a large k>l of very superior old Wines aad Brandies, un
questionable as to age aad purity, haring been bought In bond. —
Also, London Porter, Scotch Ale, Irish and 8cot-li Whisky, Old
Jamaica Ram, Ac. Our stock of Virginia Rye Whisky comprises
most of the best brands, a part of which Is ve-y old and superior,
all of which vs will sell at a small ade.nce. In lots to suit pur
chasers. JOHNSON, YOUNGER A OTEY.
j«lS No Ik P.,-1 ut.-ct. Richmond. Va
LADIES* FKE.Vl’ll TttL.VHft,
A LARGE number of those cunv -nleut Trunks, with Bcnart
Roam Inside, Drove a. As., will be sold extremely cheap, as
mane lndlsg have found to their taUs.’acUon, at
JyT* WM, WAUWM,
INPECTINE.
The Persian Fever Charm.
TNOR the prevention anil cure of Ftter an.! A jut and BtUiout
r /Vwsr*. This wonderful remedy was brought to the knowledge
of the present proprietor* by a friend who has been s great trav
eler In Persia and the Holy Land.
WbUe going down the river Eups rates, he experienced a severs
attack of Fever and Apia On discovering his condition «ti» of
the Boatmen took fr.ni Idi penon an HmuW. saying Be.tr Hta
and no/rctr wiU touch yon." All hough incredulous at to Bo rlr
taco, he compUrd, and eiperiorced lmmrd atr relief, and ha> alnco
aloaya hmnd It an effectual protection from all malarloua com
p On farther Investigation ho found that the boatman attributed to
It mirvicWinM powers, and said that It could only bo obl.lned from
the Price to of lbs fun. (vmellme aftorwo'da tho gentleman In
convening with a Priest, obtained from him the secret of Its pre
ps-atior., and ascertaiac l whore the medicinal herbs were found,
of which It was compounded. The wonderful virtues of this arti
cle have Induced s fttil belief In the mind* of the natives lu the
miraculous healing powers of their Prieats. ,
81n«*e his return to Aro«rlc* It but been tried with the happiest
effect by several Lsdles and Gentlemen of high character, who
have given It the moit unqual.fleJ praise. This
been a specino In Persia for hundred* of years, for the prevention
and cure of fever and Ague and Billions fcvers-ls now offered
to the American people.
It will seut by mail, prepaid, for full direct on* for Its use, on re
Ceprincl|»al Depot and Manufactory, 1S9 Mam 8V, Richmond, \a.
Branch Office, Back of Commerce BdWlng, New York. Addreas
jy^jj JOHN nlU.'i'A « vU._
SASU, BLITD8 AND DOORS.
SAWING and turning.
THE Oldest Establishment In Richmond, where may bo bo bad
the above articles, in ptr/tetum, at the shortest notice.
Being confident of giving outi.e «allsfactlon, the subscriber sod
cits, os heretofore, tho public potronage. Having recently added
cabinet and carpenters' Turning u hla business.the public esn now
hove their work without dinippointmcnt or delay. Give me a call
seSl—tf MUJ« AMBLER, Mayo street.
DO* 71 A* A. CO.,
Commission Mei’chants,
8U0CKOK HUP,
Rtckiuoud, Vlr«lnl»,
CONTINUE to give particular attention to the sale of Tobacco,
Wheat, Corn, Cotton or other country produce, consignments
of which are respectfully soUclted._j.Hl—d9m
VIRGINIA
BURNING AND LUBRICATING COAL OILS.
THE GREAT KANAWHA COAL AND OIL COMPANT,
“Consisting of asTtvs cim**» or its ows HTsra," has appoiuted ns
Agents for the sale of their justly celebrated
BURNING AND LUBRICATING COAL OILS,
the quality of which la warranted real and nupm.TE*AT*n.
We Invite the attention of Apothecarie* and Dealers throughout
tB- State to our supply, which will be large and sold by ickol4*d4
only at the lowest factory price*. . vnilAI _
jell—tf GOOCH k ECHOLS.
Manchester iron works,
HoatU Kud or IWayo’i Bridge, Itlrbmvnd, Va,
ROBERT BAIRD, PRO 1* HIKTOR.
XAMprepared to furnish Plans and Estimates, for the erection
of Flour, Grist and Saw Mills, of the most approved construe
tlon. Steam Kngtncs. both Portable and Stationary, Railroad
work. Tobacco Factory Fistures, In fact, Iron and Brass CASTINGS
of every description. .
Having a large collection of Patterns, I am prepared to ill or
ileis at abort notice. 1 am alio the only maunfaoturer In Virginia
or Ihe Improved Jonval Turbine Water Wheel, which has given
entire satisfaction to those that have them In uee. This wheel Is
well adapted to high and low beads, and not affected by back wa
ter. Apply attbe works, or addrcea ROBERT BAIRD,
* Richmond, Va.
I take this method of returning my thanks to my friends end the
pnblle for the liberal patronage bestowed on me for the last twelve
years and hope, by strict attentlou to business, to merits continn
ROBERT BAIRR_
RICHARDSONS
IRISH LINENS,
DAMASKS, DIAPERS, he.
CONSUMERS of RICH ARDEN’S LINENd, and those desirous
of obtaining the QIN01NI GOODS, should see that the arti
cle* they purchase are sealed with the full name of the firm,
J. N. UI€HAHDSUN,NON84 OB Bl N,
as a guarantee of the soundness and durability of Die goods.
This caution Is rendered essentially necessary, as large quant!
ties of interior and defective Linens arc prepared, seasou after
«cajon, and scaled with the name of KICUARDjHJN, by Irian
Ileuses, who regardless of the iqjury thus inflicted alike on the
American consumer and the manufacturers of the genuine Goods,
will not readily abandon a business so profitable, while purchasers
J. BULLOCKL A J. B. LOCKE,
|L%5— ly Agents, 36 Church atscel, New York.
NO I ICE OF CO-PA U fNKKNHIP-—LUTHER
LIBBY, of Richmond, nud ABRAHAM BUKION, of Peters
burg, Ya, have formed a co-partnership, under the style of LIBBY
a BURTON,for the purpose of conducting a «. rot-try, Ship
C'baudlt ry «u*l Cotuiuiualou ltu«in.w*, at the old
stand of Luther Libby, corner AUth and 0«ry streets, Kl< hcaond.
LUTHER LIBBY,
ABRAHAM BURTON.
Richmond, Pcb. 16th, 1S60L
IH AYE to offer my thanks to my friends and customers for for
mer liberal patronage, and to ask a continuance of the same
to the new business of Linsr A Bcstob. LUTllER LIBBY.
Richmond, Pcb. 16, IbdU._
I^U'IIANUB HO ACL AND
!i If ALL Alt D HOl'NR.—
In presenting this card to the public, we return many cordial
thanks to onr generous patrons for the kindness we have receive!
t that th# New Order of AfSuira,
to be Initiated Beph 1, 1S$6, will receive the same encouragement
that our previous efforts and labors to accommodate guests have
met with.
Messrs. JOHN P and THOMAS K. BALLARD are now the Pro
prietors of the Establishment, and each cne pledges himself to de
what the comfort, convenience and requirements of the'.r guests
demand.
We desire to keep and maintain, what oar Hams calls for, s
Ff If.ST CLASS HOTEL, and we promise to use renewed
exertions to render the establishment as comfortable as possible.—
With polite agents, and reedy, prompt and attentive servants, we
shall endeavor to afford complete satisfaction to the travelling
public.
N. B. A previous card, long since published to counteract the
Influence cf a baseless rumor, is sufficient proof that our establish
ment has never been closed, and that, since Its publication, wc
have been In better condition to entertain ~lslter»than theretofore.
All rumors as to closure, or Intended closure, we desire ourfritnd*
to notice as false, an! draftf/srs, intending to visit us, as wilful
•isrepresentatlnna. _ an?1- if
FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL, N. V.
AT THE INTERDICTION OP BROADWAY,
Opposite .TfudlsoiiSquare.
THIS LOCATION Is the most healthy, delightful, and central in
this great me rop.lii, and very convenient to the Hudson Riv
er an i Boston ratlr ad depots.
There are four dlslloct lines of omnibuses that pass the Hotel
nearly every minute during the day and evening, besides which
there are two horse car railways, the Fourth and Sixth Ave-ue
tines, which terminate near Wall street, and ran coutinu lly on a
rout- within a block of the Hotel; thus affording a better opper
tan ty for obtaining a seat, w*.th more certaiuty (and le^s loss of
time) than at any other point. These lines of omnibusses, and
hone cars, also run direct to the CxkTiuL Pill, which is consid
ered to be the most magnificent natural pleasure ground In the
world.
Tne entire arracg*rnt nU of it e establishment arc the result of
nature stuJy and experience, aud render it the mn#t comforta
ble an l.liome-llke Hotel In the world. All the improvements that
comfort and convenience have suggested, have been introduced.
Every pre:autlou has b-eu taken, during construction, to se
cure the positive safely of gues s from the dnngem of conflagra
lion Bubalvis.on uoublr bilck walls extend from the rock foun
dation to the roof. All cf the floors ITS double, and art separa
ted by a layer of cement, making the entire structure fireproof
Am : x o;her Important improvement*. In addition to the usua1
stalrwavs, a Vkitioal Rail* at, to convey gu-a s from the first to
upper floors. 1* ic successful operation, upon a plan which admits
of no post billty of accident.
Ufy, spacious and continue* corridors, forming a promenade
of S<H) feet upon each of th-* six storks gift light and air, in the
highest degree, to every apartment.
A liberal space has been appropriate! to public Drawing Rooms
and Parlors, connecting whicn and the Dining Rooms there Is a
grand Promenaoe 11*11. Buitcs of spacious Parlors, Chambers and
Dressing Rooms, with all toe modern conveniences, have been es
pecially designed for the comfort of families, travelling parties,and
single gentlemen.
An Exchange, containing the Journals of the day, and all the
conveniences for cour ier'd l Intercourse anl business, has been
I there is a Ttl
egraph Office connecting with a'l part# of the country.
Billtard and Chess Rooms of th- most approved stjle and appoint
ments, are provided for tee us? of guests and the public.
The Furniture and every article of use lu the establishment, ha*
been expressly designed and manufactured for the Pirn! Avsxtt
Hot sl
All communication* for apartments, or upon any business con
nected with th- t ousc, should be addrrrsed to •‘Firry Avam'K Ho
til," In order to !n*ur- Immediate attention.
The entire orgun’sxtlon of this Ho'rl has been under the direr tlon
of Mr. PARAN 0TEVKN8, proprietor of Revere and Trrnunt Hou
se* in Boston. . nd Battle and Point Ciear Houses la Mobile,and the
Continent*! ID tel. Philadelphia.
It will aff ird the undersigned much pleasure to see you on your
next visit to our city.
With much respect.
Your obedient servants,
HITCHCOCK, DARLING A 00.
A. 0 Dsauxo, late of “Battle House." Mobile.
H llnnioix. “ MDL L'liulci Untel." Ni>v Orl^AAL
|yf tw
A CARD.
Ricmm^vd CnrraiL I
Corner of 9th and Orarc Sirovts, >
December 81,1 *08. |
THE undersigned, BpprecUUvs of the patronage tmtowed du
ring the year about to close, desires to offer his grateful ac
knowlcdgements to. those who hare favored him with their com
pany.
To speak of the locality of this Hotel were useless, unfeM to
«tiangers, and their attention Is called to the fact that, while it If
not liable U* the bustle of a business street. It Is near to the princi
pal public buildings— the Capitol, Die hlate Court- House, Posioffice,
and Custom-House, Banks, (Merchant Mills,) Tobacco Warehouses,
tc., and Immediately In front la the
WASHINGTON MONUMENT.
The beantlfal walks of the Capitol Square, with the scenery about
should add much to attract the sojourner.
The attention of the pwMte la respectfully Invited, with the assu
rance that every effort will be made to give satisfaction.
IRANCiri J. SMITH,
lal Proprietor.
T 3 10 II sTu oTa Hi
On the European Plan,
CITY OF NEW YORK.
Single Rooms 50 Cti*. per Day,
CITY HALL SQUARE, CORKER OF FRANKFORT RTREET,
(Oppo.-ite City Hull.)
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.—Beware* of It uu tiers and Hark men, who
•ay we are full. H. PKEKCH,
maS Proprietor.
1M>0. FRESH DRY <«OODS. 1S60
EL LETT & DREWRY,
mrosTKis iso jobbbbb or
DRY GOODS,
No. 17 Peirl Street, Hlrhmond, V*.
WE hire in store, and are no* receiving, black and white and
fancy English Prints . black and colored English Cambric.;
rolled Jacuucla; Manchester, OlnMow and French Olnghama, Al
paca*. Iriah Linens, Blay linens, Burlaps, Farmer*’ Batin, Wors
ted Cords, Ac., Ac., of our own I sni>orti*Uon, selected In
the European markets in person, by our agent, Mr. WlUlam Bell.
We have alao In stock, a large assortment of American Fabric*,
aulted to the present season, which ire will sell on the most favor
able terms to the trade.
re4 It.LETT A DREWRY.
WARREN’S TURBINE
WATER WHEEL.
(WARREN A DAMON’S PATENT.)
M AML' VACTCBXD BT TUB
AMERICAN WATER WHEEL COMPANY,
BOSTON.
THIS Wheel itlll stands al the head for great economy In water.
Ore; 600 are now operating with great succesa In Cotton and
Woolen Factories, Ac., Ac., With Its modem Improvements it
cannot be surpassed. Bend for oar Tth annual pamphlet of
!*•>, (enclose l atiiups.) cent doing a treatise on hydraulics, beau
UhU lliu..ration* of the Warren, Turbine, practical mice for com
puting Water Power, I’ricre, Ac., Ac.
It U the Wheel for the North, because ice dies not affect It; for
theftouth, because it '* compact and ready to a*tarh and operate
wllhout great mechanical skill; for the World, because It generate*
more available power from tb« water used than any ether Water
Wheel in eslstence. Address A- YARRRN,^A^ent,^
raoa- dig, Jlvlton, Msw gj
1860. SPRING TRADE. 1860.
DOCSCSCT * AUDEHSON,
CORNER OF GOVERNOR AND FRANKLIN STREETS.,
/'.IFERto their friends and the public, sj
A F stock of French ud American PAPER UeNOlNGH, of Iht
latest style and design, for parlors, chamber,, dining rooms and
halls, also Floor sod Table Oil Qtotha, all qualiltles, white and
check matting, coco mttUng, window ahadea of every deaenpUon,
and prtoe curtain goods, lace and mualln curtain*, cornice* and
bands, enrled bslr and moea hair, hair doth and plushcaforoover
Ing Kurtilture, Bofe Springs, Lounges, Feather Beds, l*®1***™ »nd
pillows, hair, moas and shuck Msttresscs, all of which will be sold
extremely low for cath, or to punctual buyers, w* art also prepar
ed to do paper banting and upholstering, In lh* city or country
promptly, by tl.c best workmen. Persons needing anything In
our line, will find It greatly to their advantage to gl*e us a call and
look al our slock and prices before buying elsewhere. __»P*‘
SASH, BLIND AMD DOOR
Manufactory,
CORNER 7th AND MAIN STREETS, RICHMOND, VA.
MERCER & HILL
ARE prepared to supply, al the ahorieet not ce, every descrip
tion of worx In their line. Operating with the moat approved
machinery and the beat quality of material!, they wiU war ant
their wor< to be of the beat order. .. „ .
Persona who are either building or repairing, are respectfully In
vited to give u! a calL . ..
Order* from the country wlU receive prompt attention.
We purchase Glaa* at factory prices, and are enabled to furnlah
*£ ££ “ U>* ,0'“t mercer * hill.
LIGHTS A BUADBl'KRY’S PIANOS.
r*7t CALL the attention of the cltlsen* of Rich
* > mood, and t Irginla, to our Tlano Porte* which ifWTjjSQjy
we have pieced with Mr. Caruai, that their qualities, IDiiVk
In every reaped, may be teatod by the aide of the! V 9 V I»
famed Chlckering*a.
We warrant all oar Pianos, and can show aa high and at nurno*
rotu testimonial* aa any factory In the country. All of which can
‘vg.*---"-—-Tta-.KibiT.
C1IICKERING PIANOS.
ANEW and full supply of these splendid lnatru
menG hsve been received. ffiqqhEsSn
In addition to the beautiful Boix de Nolx, the Clr- Py g T"F]
colar Action, and the Grand, we have now the Bon- ! I Til*
dotr, a beautiful Instrument of an upright form.
The Chlckcrlng* have received 8s first prtss medals, all ovar re
nowned competitors aud from first rank Institution* and fairs of
America and of Europe. They have manufactured aud sold mors
Pianos than any factory In the world.
From the Chlckerlng* have emanated the best and most perma
nent Improvements that have brought the Plano to Us present per
fection; and hy the great capital they have Invested Id manufac
turing conveniences, they can sell fully fifty per cent, cheeper than
any other factory. None of their Instruments leave the wareroom
without having been fully Inspected by tbe best artists.
As till* factory baa never more than one agency In a city, In
Richmond these Instruments can only b* sold by the subscriber.
The ractory warrants all Plano* ws sell. Orders promptly at
tended to.
Wareroom*. north elds of Broad street, near Jth, aad at Uablls
ton A Brother's, No. 16* Main street,
mail NATHT OAKUM, Bole Agent.
OLD DOMINION INSUHANCB COMPANY
Capital 1200,000 ! •
An. 42 Main vfrwf, tintItr St. Charltt Haiti.
This Company Is now prepared to receive appUcaUous lor FIRE
AND MARINE INSURANCE on favorable terms.
DiaaoToas;
Gab. Wortham, John H. Green or,1
John End.-rs, Geo. B. Palmer,
Haml M. Brice, Wm. 8. Triplet!,
B. F. Ladd, & C. Tardy,
Jno. Mewnrt Walker, Wm. Currie,
Luther R. Hpllman, Jaa A Crenshaw,^
Peter C. Warwick, John H. Williams,
.'as 0. Kent, Msrk Downey,
Horace P. Edmond, Thos. Jenee,
Jas M. Talbot, Edwin A. Smith,
Griffin B. Davenport, Ro. A. Paine,
Geo. W. Yancey, Ro. F. Williams,
Jos. Bruinmel, Wm. P. Ragland,
Wm. Brent, Henry 0. Cabell,
Ro. M. Manrcy, Goo. W. Royster.
ISAAC DAVENPORT, Ja, President
Chib. E. Woimuu, Sec'y. _ _maYS—tf
Fire liistirauce, umriuc in*uruuce.
THE VIRGINIA FIRE % MARINE INSURANCE COMPANA.
Orrtos No. 181 Maix Hraasr, Rionaoxo, Va.
CASH CAPITAL. $200,000.
CHAKTKKMD in loft, and having, during Uiexlatenee of twenty
■lx year*, met claim* for lea* to the extent cf largely over a
MILLION OF DOLLAKN, It refer* to thehlatory of the
aat id affortllnjr the very beat ruarantee for the future.
Belt k s VIIIOIM A COMPANY, Its profit# are distributed am on git
her cluaens, and it# Capital used to promote the success of her
Commercial and Mechanical Industry.
By the Ion* acquaintance of tikis Institution with the Insuring
Public, It has become familiar with their Interests, and no pains
will be spared, or Information withheld, on the part ef Its Officer*
that will tend to Insure accuracy and give satisfaction.
To Parmer* and Country Merchants we can refer—from the very
extensive country insurance already leccred—to highly respectable
citlaens In almost every portion of the State.
Applications for Firs or Marine Insurance, addressed to the
President or Secretary, will recslve prompt attention.
W. L. COWARDIN, President.
William Wilus, Ja., Secretary. mhlt—ly
Fire, Lite aud marine Iiinarauce.
rpilK RICHMOND FIRE ASSOCIATION with a eaah capital aut
X enrplu of nearly >3 50,000, la prepared to tone policies
on the above description* of rixlu on aa reasonable terms u any
similar institution In the State, and respectfully ask a share of the
patronage of the public. Applications trill be rcselvsd at the of
flee No. J5S noith east corner of Main and 11th atreeta, where tlia
oQeeri will ohoerftilly glee any Information required.
All lessee promptly and liberally adjusted.
DIRECTORS:
Oh as. T. Wortham, John H. Clalborws,
Wm. 0. Tompkins, Robert M. Burton,
John J. Wilson, Tfcos A. Kurt,
Alex. Garrett, Geo. N. Gwallimiy,
John T. Sublet!, In J. Barns.
DAVID CURRIE, Preen.
Roikar A. Tomtom, Secy_ s. Tt
iTIElltllA.KTS’
nsrsTmA-isrcE cox£X>A£T'7.
OIHrc No. 1S3 Main Nt., Itlrliinond.
MARINE INSURANCE on Vessels. Cargo, and Freight.
INLAND INSURANCE on Goode transported by riven, canale, or
land carriage.
FIRE INSURANCE on Merchandise generallr, Dwelling lionses,
Warehouses, and other Bolldlngs in town or country.
POLICIES leased at current rates, and loeass promptly paid.
OflUkHVMMr
Joa. R. Anderson, Baml J. Harrison, David J Haundcri,
Jaa. L. Apperson, R B. Heath, Geo. D. Shell,
Wm. Breeden, Ed. McCarthy, I. Stearns,
David J. llnrr, I. Miller, Jchn C. Hinton,
Wm. H. Christina, Wte. G. Paine, E. U. 8klnker,
John Dooley. Bamnel Putney, Gen. J. 8umner,
L. W. Olurebrook, John Pnrcetl, Th. Taylor, Jr.,
Lewis Glnter, John D. Quarles, Wm. O. Taylor,
0. I. Watson.
ARCH’D PLEASANTS, Prest.
J. n. Howtsoni, 8cc*y. Je7
AiTUOHIZLD CAIMTAL..*500,000!
THE FLAIVTEKS 8AV1H88 Bill,
OF TIIK. CITY OP RICHMOND.
THE PLANTERS SAVINGS RANK, haring an ample Cash Cap
ital and Chartered by the Legislature of Virginia, will receive
i' »*oslte* of Five Dollar* and upwards, on which Interest
* 81 be paid at the rate of t?ix per centum per annum if remaining
»is .ninths, or Flvt per centum per annum If lee* than ala months.
Interest payable Nrnil-.l iinual j y, if desired.
Depotites received at their office, at the store of Messrs. Duke A
Hutcheson, No. 40 Male Street.
J. J. WILSON, President.
A. A. Hrmssu*. Treasurer. mall—ly
MAKVWACTVMXaUP
SAVINGS BANK.
CHARTERED B\ THE LEGISLATURE OF VIRGINIA I
THIN INSTITrTION will receive Deposit os, on which an
Interest of *1* per cent, per annum is paid on all sums remain
ing on depotltc longer than six months, and flvs per cent, when
remaining a shorter period.
Office— At th* Hardware Store of 0. J. 8nrr»>s A Co., T1 Main
street, and at the Banking House of R. H Mauri k Go., corner of
Main and Wall street#. G. WORTHAM, President.
D. DAKKR. Jr., Secretary.
0. J. EINTON, Treasurer.
DIRECTORS.
So. H. Maury, Wo. Taylor,
Jno. H. Greaner, Cornelius Crew,
Jas. M. Talbott, Wm. Holt Rlchardso!,
Hiram M. Smith, A. W. Gonant,
S 8. Turpin, So. J, Christian,
Oh ax. Talbott. W. B. Ross,
Anson Richard#, Tranklin Btearna,
Slchmond, Iftth September, ISM. sell
ATIOX; THF LARGE AND IIRAI TIPI L u
sortment of the various styles of Portraiture rxecut-d by O.
W. MINN IK, at his Photograph and Fine Art Gallery, 217 Main
Htreet, Blchni nd. Ya , may be found Likenesses of the following
well known and distinguished gentlemen, all of whlrh bear testi
mony to the txpeilence and skill of th# various Artists employed,
and the well earned imputation of his Gallery :
Yx Gov. WI*e.. Hon Mr Orr 8. C .
“ l.ieut Gov. Jackson, Jno. R. Thwniaon, Esq.,
Lieut Got. Montague, Rev. Mr. Rid,
Hon. J as. Leons, Rev. Mr. Pcterkln
" J Caskle, Rev. Mr. Duncan,
Judge l.oraax, Rev Mr. Mlnegerode,
** Tyler. Rev. Mr. Daker,
** Hopkins, Rev. J. L. Burrows,
Chas. Bruce. Esq., Rev. J. K. Kuwartls,
Gen. Wn*. Walker, Rev. Mr. Peeley,
Capt Jo*. My era. Rev. Mr Peterson,
Rev. Mr Jeter, Rev. Mr. Kepler,
Rev. W. A. Hralth, Rev. Mr. Wllmer,
The lste R*v. Mr. Dlbrell, The late Judge Butler, S. 0.,
The late Judge Clapton, The late Edgar A Poo,
R« v. Mr. Boggs, Rev Mr. Bchrlg'ey,
Duplicate copies of an the above for sale, and every style of
Photograph executed from life or copied from small pictures and
warranted to please m*80
VULCANITE TEETH ! *y».
VULCANITE TEETH! T gHh X
GREAT IMPROVEMENT IN ARTIFICIAL
G. W. JONES, DxxtinT, having the right for making TEETH on
the vulcanite plate, and being *.rti»)led •>/ it* abeolute euprriorUy
oeeraU other tneUutde, having ihoroogh'y tested It for twice
month* In a large number and some of the turret default cases
where gold and other plate had utterly failed, ('ononende it with
entire mmJUlmee to those desiring full or partial sets of te«th, **■
pecially ifdieeaU*ft*d with thoee they are tone u*ing. The per*
/ect adaptation of the jtlate, and V*e euction thereby eecured,
enables him to Insert one or more teeth without cUtejm, which, In
the gold plate has rendered so man? teeth painful and ueelee*.—
Having be^n adopted by those > landing highest In the profession,
North and ttouth, testimonials will be given and specimens exhlbl
ted to those wishing to see them.
Gold or any other plate made, of course, for such as prefer
them
Filling, rleanslng, regulating and all other operations gently and
thoroughly performed
Teeth extracted without pain, by electricity, having extracted
eotue two humlreti teeth with it.
Office hoars from 8 to 8Jtfi from 4)4 to 6, on Main it, between
9th and 10th. mas
€> EOKOE B. STEEL,
DENTIST,
Office & Residence SouthSidc Main R between 7th and
8th Street*!
(Itei door* abort OwmAow's JVst* lloUL,)
RICHMOND, VA.
HAVING as experience of ten year* In hit Pro- or..
fraeloo, he feel. confident of (tlvlce NbjajjjK^T?
tlon to those who may furor him with their patron- I f
ue_ mhlh-Am * J-U_XXT
NOTICE.—As we »re determined to furnish on' Wen
tomers snd thr public generally with the very hat of Goo
In our line, either manufactured by nurselra or Imported, for La
dla, Genllrmeo, Mlisa Hoys, Children, at the lowat prices, ac
cording to Uio quality, all In want ealt on
ALEX HILL A 00.,
Manufacturers and Importers,
No. 117 Main 8L
1*4 Elehmond, Va.
the first FKunirn
CARE SEATED CHUR MANUFACTORY AND WARKK00M8
Now. 223 ami 225 North 6th Street.
rpHK ereatnt rarlety of styla suitable for Parlors, Drees- a
I Inc rooms or Ciambsr*. PI
Also, Hrh New Rtyla of Gilt R'eeptlon Chain. Ladla Wti
Sewing Rockers, Camp Chairs, Ao., Pliliadelphia, Pa. * 1 '
|rt*t—1 r_ LB WISLIR.
mm:, oil andleatBer store'
1). KIRKPATRICK & SONS,
No. 31 South 8trret, between Market and Chestnut,
PIIILADS BaPHBA.
HAVK POR SALK DRY A*D HALTkD SPANISH IIID1C8, Dry
and Gr, i n Salted Pstne Kips, Tanner'* 01, Tanner's and
Cnr-ler'* Toolv a' ths lowrst prle -a and upon the best terms.
BV*All tlnds of Lesther In the rough warded, for which the
highest matkit price wlU begiren In cisli, or taken In exchange
for Hide*.
L'atlier itorrd free of charge end told on commits! on.
auto-hot . _ _
SAW Nfixi..—A Owed Koond hand Saw Mill, with aU ms
Craary futures, fur salt hr
&»#-« * BDWLN W01THAM a cp. |
RAILROADS, &C.
OmCI RICHMOND A PETERSaORG R. R. COM*!, I
Richmond, July 37th, ISA#. |
FROM thl« d»t« tho aebeonle on thli road to Norfolk aod
will bo dunged. Passengers will lento Richmond at
4:30 A. M., breakfast in Pctcnbn. g, and roarh Norfolk by 10.30 A.
M. Returning, lento Norfolk nt 1:(0 P. M. nnd nrrlte In Rich
mond at 6:80 r. M. THOS. H. WYNNE,
JygT—lui _Mpt
RICUmOND AND YORK rSaHMC
RIVER RAILROAD. WGbrtBSBS.
CHEAP AND ATTRACTIVE ROUTE TO OLD POINT
AND NORFOLK.
FARE (1—DINNIR IXTRA—(No Breakfast will be prepared on
the Pont )
On and alter MONDAY, Augur t 6th, passenger trnlna will lent*
Richmond dally, (except Sunday! ) nt 7 a. M., Mopping orly upon
•Ignnlo. at Fair Onk>, Meadow, DUpnteh, Bummlt, Tnnaiall'i, I
nd:an Town, fohoke, Whlto linli nod Romnncuke, (nnd arrive nt
Went Point nt 8:43 P. M.
The fait nnd cummidlont steamer WEST POINT, Cap,. J. O.
Rowe, will leave Klog and Queen Court House Laming Mondays,
Wednesday!, and Frldaya, at »)( A. M., connecting with Ihc car*
at West Point, and stopping on dgnaM only nt CUftoo, Water
Fence, Bhcpherd'a Wtrehruae, hoodj'a, Cappahocslc Bigler'!,
Yorktown and Gloucester Pwlnt, and arrive nt Old Point, nt I A
M. and Norfolk nt 8 P. M
Returning, tho Steamer will leave Norfolk Tneadnya, Ihnradayi
nnd Sniurdnts, nt 7 A. M , nnd Old Pilot nt 8:13 A. M., landing
only ft* above, nnd connecting nt West Point with the cart nt 1 P.
M . and arrive In Richmond nt 3 P, M.
No Boat landing! made.
Freight* received Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays nt Rich
mond until 6 P. M., nnd nt Weal point Tneadayc, Thursdays and
Satnrdsyi until 6 P M.
Fare from Klog nnd Qcoen 0. H., and other point* on the
Mattaponl, to Norfolk. (3 00
To Richmond. *'8'
From Richmond to Norfolk.. 3 00
an 7-laR. H, TEMPLE, Supt.
itXPEIII I IOItS, con PORTA- rr-'-mmamirr
J HI.K 4*1. MOST ECONOMICAL ROCTCto
THE VIllOlNIA 8PRIN08. VIA THE H'dlMO”) « UaN'VlLLt,
SOL'TII-SI K. AM) VIRGINIA A TENNESSEE RAILROADS AND
OPPOSITION LINKS op STAGES, Insuring to tha traveller ample
room, attention and 1: w fares.
For Greeubrler Whlto Sulphur nnd the Sweet Springs, t'cketa to
Bonaack's Depot, (6 00; thence by orpoeltlon line* or Stages to tho
bwoet Sprlnga by the prumt ratt of tUiyt fart, (3 and to the
Greenbrier White Sulphur, (3 So, being (8.00 to the Sweet anil (8
40 to the Greenbrier White Sulphur Spring*. There are abo op
position ll-es if Stages running from Salem depot via Iho Roan
oke Red Sulphur Springe, and a Une of stages Lorn the Montgom
ery White Sulphur Springs, via the Mountain cake and Salt Sul
phur Springs to the Gre nbrter While Sulphur Springs.
For Coiner's Springs, purchase ticket! to Uonaa :k‘i u.pot, price
(6 80.
For Roanoke ted Bulphor Spring*, psrchaae tickets to Salem De
pot, price (7.40
For AUeghaoy Springs, purchase tickets to BhawstlUo, price
(8 0S.
For Montgomery White Sulphur Sprlnga, purchase tickets to Big
Tunnell, price (8.8S.
For Yellow Sulphur Springs, purchase ticket* to Chrlatlansbnrg
Depot, price (8 45.
For O'd Red Sulphur Springs, purchaae tickets to Dublin Depot,
E. H. GILL,
Jc23—d3m Orn'l Fnp'tVa. A Tenn R. R.
RICIinOND AND DANVILLE RAILROAD.
1 S()() »ominer Arrangement.
To THE VIRGINIA SPRINGS AND THE SOUTH AND
SOUTH WEST.
Leave Richmond, dally, (Sundays excepted) at 7 4. M., for Junc
tion, (Burkcvllle.* Lynchburg, Bristol, Knoxville, Dalton, Chatta
nooga, Atlanta, NathvUte, Grand Junction, Memphis, Montgomery,
Mobile, Jackson, Vicksburg and Nrw Orleans
Leave Richmond daily, (except Sundays,) at « o'clock, A. M., for
Dantille. vs, and Greensboro' N. O. Also, for the Montgomery
White, Yellow gulp? ur, Alleghany, Swert, Red Sweet, Whitt Sul
phur, Halt Sulphur and Red sulphur Spring*.
BKTUkNINO.
Leave Danville dally, (except Sunders.) at 5 o’clock. A., M., an 1
Junction (Durkevillr) lt:l0, A. M , and arrive In Richmond at 1:10,
P. M.
The Mall and Pastenger Trains connect both way* w th the Son’h
Sid* Knllroad tra’ns to and from U v Southw**t at the Junction...nJ
with the Klcnmonw. rmier-dtstiurj: snu i oioui.c mmeio inni*
to and fro u the North at klchmooi), and with the York Hirer Rail
read. Also, with UieJamta Hirer Stt.mboats to Norfolk and Old
Poln'
r»r-For Through Tlckete and further Information, apply »t the
Tlctet Office. CHAP. 0. TAl.COTT,
jets Oen’l Supt.
V I RGINIA SPRINGS.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT
FOR TUB
VIRGINIA CENTRAL RAILROAD I
IMPROVED FOR I860!
WITH LITTLE OR NO NIOIIT TRAVEL COMPARED WITH
OTHER LINKS.
THIS WELL-KNOWN ROUTE,
VIA
RICHMOND AND STAUNTON
TO THE
VIRGINIA SPRINGS,
OflVra tl-lu Year Improved Comfort by Urdu
clug the Mu lit Travel lltttti.s.-*; whit b,
waned to tor gr at r Nali-ly of the
Hail aw well aw the Stag*' port
ofiblw Line, cousin ( udw it
to itll plrneiire-aeeitt ra ua well na Invallda
THIRTY MILE* OK FTAO NO OVER PINK TURNPIKES TO
THE WHITE SULPHUR SPRIN0S1
AOAINSf
SIXTYPCUR MILES 8TAGIN0 OVER ROUGn P.0AD8 BY
ANY OHIEH ROUTE.
MORE COMFORT AND Q! it KER TIME!
PASSKNOKK8ler.veRlcl.moad at « HO, A. V., di e a: Stiantoa
and atrirc at the terminus nf the R itlroad by fl:2ft; reach Cal
lachan'a Orltbra'*'* Stand hy W P. II .end leaving ali-r Hreakfaal.
and arrive at the While Sulphur or Sweet Spring. hy 12 M.,second
day, being at I a»t flve linen In advance of any other line—
Should a party unite In requesting It, they will hare the pr.rlletf
of lest lug Callaghan's lo time to arrive at the Springs to or. a’.f.si.
Those going to the Rockbridge Alum, rath Alum, nr Warm Springs,
tske the Plages at MUlborough Depot, where they srrlrc at CGI P.
M , and reach those Springs respectively to supper the rsnre ds>.
Those going to I re Hot or Hea lng Springs, stay all nigl t at the
WarmSnrtnrs, and leave there nest morning so as to anise »t the
Hot or Healing lo breakfut. Pnaarnger. for StrtM'ng'e Springs,
take the stage at Ftauntnn. Those for Korkbrldge llalh, at Ooakeo,
arriving at each place respectively to supper.
Through Tickets
AT THE PRICES NAMED BELOW.
Can be precared at the ticket office ia Richmond.
RATES OP PARK PROM RICHMOND.
wniTr.rKK.HoKa. arKVAxm
To White ftolphor.$1150 $S 00
Sweet Sulphur. 10 50 150
Heating Springs.* 10 50 7 CO
Hot Sprints. 10 00 7 50
Warm springs. 9 50 7 50
Hath 4lum . 900 725
Roek^rtdge Alam. 8 75 7 OO
StHbHiv's Alum. 7 95 6 00
Rockbrld*-: B*thi. 8 50 6 75
Montgomery White Sulphur.... 8 23 6 90
Children over 5 and not over 12 year* of age, half the price for
white pen on*
jyNi TICK.—Through Tiikets can be procured In Charleston
at the office of the Nor heasterc. ltai>roa<1 C* mp»ny, and In Pe
erahu-g at the < fflee of the Richmond and Petersburg Railroad Co.;
and in Norfolk at the office of the Norfolk A fVte-sburg Co., the
Pork Rlv r Ral.road Co , and the office of John Dickson, agent of
the J :*rea River Boat Line. Abo from Nashville and pnlpt* eouth*
west by Lynchburg ami Charlottesville to all the 8pr1»r».
THOR. DODAMKAD,
General Bam., Va., Central Railroad.
TTaiuiat>, Ma.wk k Oo , Stage PinprlctT*.
Jy4-8m
VlliUilMIA CENTRAL RAILROAD
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
gj
Mail and. Passenger Train,
IK A VK Richmond dully at 6:80 A M, for Staunton, and
J dally (except Sunday*) for Jackson's River and Intermedia!*
stations—cunmcting at Gordonsriile, with the Orange and ALx
anida KaProad for Alexandria and intermediate Station*, *nJ at
{ harii ttesvlile with their trains fo; Lynchburg, and point* West of
that place
Stag • connect with the Train at BUuraton for Etribllng'i
springs, 4 nd Harman, Mason and Company's Stages connect with
the train at Gosheo for Lexington, at MlUburo fur the Rork Alum,
Rath Alum, Waim, Hot and Htaling Borings, and at Jackson's
River for the Bwett, Red Sweet, and White rulphur Springs, Lewis
burg, Ac.
RETURN IN 3,
The Mall and Passenger Train leaves Jackson’s River dally (ex*
a.s.1 0.srwl.«.l at K I) If
gy Through Ticket* for the Rockbridge and Bsth Alum, Warm,
Hot, Healing. Wh-ie^u'phur and Sweet spring*, Lexington, Lewis
burp, Ac Alio, for Winchester, Lynchburg, lHito!, Knoxville,
Chattar-ooga, Nashville, linniivide. Memphis, New Orleans, and
nil lu.portubt Points In the Sooth West, arc tj be procured at the
Ticket Office.
Ihroogh tickets for Winchester via Ihe Alexaudila,Loudoun and
Hampshire R*llro«d from Alexandria, can be procured at the
Ticket Office In Richmond.
THOMAS OODAMrAO,
Jy21 General Superintendent.
SOI TII-MDIv RAILROAD.
ON ANDAFTKH NONDAY TIlF.22d Al'-fJT
gust, the passenger Train., will run a. follows:
FROM PETERSBURG TO LYNCHBURG.
Mall Train start* daily at 6:80 A. M., reaches Lynch berg at 19:86
P. M.
Passenger Train start* daily, except Sundays, at 4:46 P. M.,
reaches Lynchburg at 13 JO A. M.
PROM LYNCHBURG TO PETERSBURG.
Mall Train start daily at 11 A. M., reaches Petersburg at 6 P. M.
Passenger Trains start* daily, exeept Sundays, at 10:80 P. M ,
reaches Petersburg at 6:80 A. M.
These trains connect with two daily trains to the Springs, Knox
ville, Nashville, Memphis, Ac., to New Orleans.
Tills is the shortest and most expeditious route to all parts
of Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Loulsana, Arkansas and Texas.
The City Point Train leaves Petersburg daily, except Sundays, at
7 A. M., and 13 Noon, and City Point at 6:80 A. M , and 1:80 P. M.
Extra train* are run to and from ail the steam packet* when ne
cessary.
H. D. BIRD,
anM General BuperintendanV.
I860. NOTICE. I860.
TO PASSENGERS GOING NORTH—NEW AUKANGEMET.
INIPOHTANT TO TKAVELLEHA.
THROUGH TICKETS A If l> THROUGH CHECKS
GREAT NORTHERN ROUTE.
CARRYING THE GREAT UNITED STATES MAIL
TWICE DAILY—Sunday nlghl excepted—between
RICHMOND, ALEXANDRIA, WASHINGTON,BALTIMORE,PHIL
ADELPHIA, NEW YORK, and .11 Important point. Weft, via Ac
quia Creek and Washington, .Ter the
RICHMOND, FREDERICKSBURG AND POTOMAC RAILROAD,
To the Potomac River, 7S mllea; and by Bplended and eomfortabla
a team era tbenev to Waahlngton, 16 mllea, Id aU 180 mllea tn T ho art;
being a comfortable and perfectly aafe rate of apeed.
fW~ Hours of departure 6.80 A. M., and 7.00 P. M. _
Baggage under charge of Special Agents, CHECKED
THROUGH to Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New
York.
Through tickets can be procured at the following rates:
To Baltimore..,7 00 To Washington.I 6 60
To Philadelphia. 8 60 To New York.11 60
To CinclnnatL.M 60 To St. Looll’.M 60
To Culumbua..10 16 To Chicago...18 00
To Indianapolis. 86 00 To Pittsburg. 16 00
To Cairo.89 60 To LoulavUle. 96 00
To Dayton. 99 98 To Decatur. 80 76
To JeffervonviUe. 98 78 To Newark. 19 96
To Rock Island. 86 00 To Vincennes. 68 00
To Zanesville. 18 60
Passengers breakfast and sup at Ashland, and dins an board tha
comfortable steamers between Aequia Creek and Washington.
Yt~ Yor further Information, apply at this office. Broad Street,
Fhockoe HUh JAMES B. WINSTON,
Gen’l Ticket Agent.
SAM'L RUTH, Supl I
Office IMP.ILR. Oo„ V
Richmond, Jan. 91, 1851 | JanIA—M
NOTICK.—Persons wlanlng to obtain tickets for sersanls over
the Richmond, Frederick,borg and Potomac R. K, for Waah
Ington City, and points further North, must, In all caeca be vouch
ed for by some responsible white elllien of Richmond In person,
known to the officers of the Road, as no tickets wl 1 be sold If ap
plied fur by letter. A. D. ALLEN,
mail) -ly Tlcbet Agent
Tamily knittingmachines.
A Ncoeanity, n source of Profit, Health
and Pleasure.
Tnu Anus Ksrrrtv.i Mirttntl Co. having located their principal
Office In New Yoi k. arc prepared to su| ply their superior KNIT
TING MACHINES to order, wholesale and retail The AIKEN
KNITTING MACHINE Is acknowledged superior to all others,
both In speed and execution, capable of knitting perfeetlv 10,000
loops per minute, from a Mode thread. Letters Patent secured
bulb tn this and European oounlriaa Send for a etreular.
J. B. AIKEN,
me9»—d8o 111 Broadway, flaw York.
_HARDWARE._
CLARKSON * ANDERSON,
No. 106 Blaln »«rue«, Richmond, Virginia.
IH 1*0KTUM of HAEDWAKI, CCTLttT, GUNS, Ac., hnv.
for Bale
4000 dot. Pocket Entree,
MOO Kti Entree nnd Fork.,
60 doa. 1 Tory T.I>1. and Dtmtri EnlrM,
100 “ Plated •* “ Pork.,
600 “ Shoe nnd Butcher Enlrea,
100 ** Badger., Wade, nod Batcher. Euan
80 “ Razor Htrope,
k&o “ BclMora uil Sheen,
6000 Gtom Gimlet pointed Screw.,
SUM dot. Bull, Table, nnd other ilLogic,
800 tetu Bed end Parnltare doctor.,
1000 dot Rim, Pad, Ube»t end Stock Lockl,
160 groM Te. cod Table .peon.,
6000 B> Griffln'a llone Shoe Nall.,
W0 keg. hammered Hone Shoe.,
W too. Iron Alin.
60,(M> Carriage and Plow Bnlu, Ac., A a.
They are alao Agent, for falrbantl Fcalea
~ NAILOK’S CAST STEEL
WI here Jn.t received, of direct lmporUtioe, n large nnd
complete aoiorlmcnt of N.ylor'e and Mariholi'. beat cut
eteel, conlUtlug or
ft),acre euorted from IX to tX Inche*
Octagon “ " 8 to Ik “
Round Machinery anorted from X to IX Inched
Doable ehtar eteel amorted; all a Lief
Mill Pick coat eteel “ “
Patent Hammer eteel “ "
Granite Wedge “ “ ••
Te which were tpectfally Invite the attention of Granite Work
in nnd purchaean generally, far tala at laweat rate, by
W. A O. DON NAN
■ayl_Iron front W. Week Governor Unit
Mi SWUNG TltADK. 1S60
ROBKHT J. 11KNNY,
Beal< r in Hardware, Cntlrry, Tool*, Ac.,
Embracing every variety of article* adapted for
B U1LDER8, MA CH1N18T8, <k UO U8EKEEPER8,
No. 900. ABOVE THE BASK*.
I HAVE now In store the largest tod most com- Kr^mm—^
plete stock of English, German and American
lloriln art* 1 have ever had the pleasure to of- ^L_
fer, ami respectful I j Invite all In want to examine ■HHH
the same before purchasing elsewhere. My goods are fresh, aod
having been purchased exclusively for cash, I am prepared to of
fer them upon the lowest terms.
In Farming Implements I enumerateHoee,Hand-Plows,
Shovels, Spades, Fortes, Kaks, Scythes. Snaths, Axes and Ohaina.
Together with GARDENING TOOLS of all kinds.
In HoBsr-Furnlftlilng Goods my stock la also very
complete—vis: Fine Tea Trays and Waiters, single and In setts;
Japan'd TolleU Sets; Tin-Ware; Banco-Pans; Tea and Preserving
Kettles; Cutlery; Fine Ivory Handle Knives; (In dot. and in seta,]
Double Plated Forks and Spoons; Crushes; Hair and Feather Dust
ers; Tubs; Buckets; Mats; Brooms; Cooking Utensils, Ac., Ac.
And In Building .Tlatcrluls, particularly, I am constantly
prepared with a large and complete stock—vis: Locks of every de
scriptlon; Bolts; Hinges;Screws; Iren and Brase Rail: BheaveeJfcrew,
Bide and Axle Pulleys; Bash Cord; Screw Wrenches; Cut and Wroughl
Nalls sud Bplkes, and all other articles for building purposes; to
gether with Tools of all kinds.
HT Orders carefully and promptly attended to.
ROBERT J. DINNT.
mhW 906 Main strret. above the Banks.
CURUfAGE HOLTS, COACH SCUEWS AND
) TIRE BOl-TB.—H e have Just received direct from one of the
best manufacturers, s large and full supply of Carriage Rolls,
Ooach 8crews and Tire Bolts, well assorted, e7ery site, to which we
respectfully solicit a call from every ore In need of such articles
T. ROBERTSON A SONS.
apl9 No to Main it.
uTm ANDGKAIN NCITHKfl, tH ADLES.
IT We respectfully mil attention to our assortment of
"Waldron's" Gras< and Grain Scythes, all sixes
MJ. 0. Colson's" Patent do do do do
Grass Hooks and Klrkles
Superior Cast Steel, Weeding and Hilling Hoes
Bpadei and Sbovrls of various makers
Folks, 2,8 and 4 Prongs
Those In want shall be furnished at the lowest market price.
my4_P T. MOORE A 00., 94 Peart IW.
K. II. BOblltiK,
COACH AND HARNEhS MANUFACTURER.
No.99lt('ornrr of WLmin ami OCR Mm is.
UAB oq hand t» large and general assortment of Canrlagre an'1
Harness, of his own manufacture, which he can confidently
recommend to those in want of a good, substantial and fashloaabU
*ehlicit*.
He will make to order any article In the carriage line, and wil!
USCCTCIJ CUvl I M# MJit NUU Hik/ lltUr IUU W.UI IUCU JIT.'
irocage.
Repairs executed with pcatneas and despatch._fd—ly
OABHIAGfcS! < lUttUGKBI CAHHIAGi ll!
HITCHCOCK & OSBORN,
BICHMOXI) CARRIAGE WAREHOUSE,
No. 213 and 215 main Street,
Have constantly on hand jungx. ra
rhe Laisnt Sc hr*t ^ssortw) Slock
OF OAHUIACIKM IN
THE STATE, ■* .— Mi
OoarfftlQff. In part, cf the following
STYLES.
Oaleches, Phaetons,
Ooachee, Chaises.
Brett Phaeton, Barcuehet,
Kx-seat Rockwayit Buggies,
Vive Seat do Top Buggies
Four Scat do do Wagons,
Two Beat do, Oonccrd W agonfl,
Road Sulkeys, Trotting Sulkeys,
Slide Beat Uugylefl, do. Wagons,
Harness and Whips.
Ills confidently believed that no stock of Carriages In this or asy
jther market Is more worthy of pnblle attention, embracing nearly
all the latest styles and Improvements that are desirable, Bad wll
■>e sold at the lowest possible prices, and warranted the usual
ength of time. We present our sincere thanks to our patrons for
heir liberal patronage, and hope to merit a continuance of their
favtn.
IF* All kinds of Carriage repairing done promptly. mtf
COBRI GATED UltOlGHT IKON AND
WIRE RAILIN'L—(Secured by Letters Patent)—Admirably
adapted for enclosing Public Grounds, Cemeteries, balcony*, Cot
.ages. Ac. Sheep and Ox Hurdle, Patent Wire, Sackling Dead
«teads, with c\ery variety of Folding Iron Bc*<Utead* and Iroo
Furniture. Patent Wire Coal Beret!**, Ore, Sand and Gravel
Hcreens, Wire Netting for Mosquito, bhesp, Poultry, and other
purposes. Wire Summer Houses, Fancy Wire Work In great va
riety, for Gardens, Ac.
M. WALKER A SONS, Manufacturers.
No 686 Market, N. K. corner Sixth street, Philadelphia,
ooi—dly
If HANDCUTTING.
rHI undersigned having removed hl« shop under the TOBAG
CO EXCHANGE, corner 18th and Cary Pts , begs leave to In
form his customers, and the Public generally, that be Is now situ
ited so as to execute all work (which he may be favored w th) In
• he best workmanlike manner,and at the)iliorl«tt pos Ihle notice. It
vou want a Brand for Tobarro,Flour,Gralfc bag*.Machinery,or any
ther articles you may manufacture, send !n your orders, and we
•rill accommodate vou on the most reasonable terms, and guar an
tee to give you entire satisf&rUnn.
Also, a fine lot of Branding Brushes, Kev Checks, Brass Letters,
Ac. A. E. GRAHAM, Brand Cutter,
Under Tobacco Exchange.
_Cor. 12th A Cary Sts., Richmond, Ya.
ISOO. SPUING IMPORTATIONS, m.
ci.^tub, am ey a n:ms
Importers mid Jobbers.
1 RICHMOND.
WE would call tf c special attention of the merchants of Vir
ginia and North Carolina visiting onr market this opring, to
.ur unusual large stork of Foreign Goods of our Importation, which
we wll!offer at as low prices as any house In the country; we
numerate in part:
White Goods, Brew Trimmings,
8llk M Threads,
Linen 44 Fancy Goods,
Hosiery* Small Wares,
Laces, Gents' Furnishing Foods,
Rlbbcns, of all kinds,
BRAWLS.
We have also established a manufactory for Mantillas, Cloaks
and Ladles' Wrapping generally, and will be prepared to exhlMt a
urge variety of these Goods, of the newest styles and patterns,
made exclusively at home
We solicit an examination of our stork, being determined to offer
everv Inducement to Southern buyers to make their purchases In
•ur market.
f-re-l y_GINTER, ALVEV A A RENTS.
R. J. CAPRON. RICU'D. BAYLOR,
Essex Co., Ya.
K. J. CAPROX Sc CO.,
Commission Merchants,
»T Bowlr** Wharf,
HALTIMOKK.
L J. Capron li the active member of th* Irm. mMft—4tf
JAFTKIl'K UHEAI. THAVN AND PASTHV
O BOAUD8. a large lot of Ihe above rood oo hand.
T. E0BEK1S0N A SONS,
GKNT’M I. ANTI Mi GAITKKS WITH TIPS
and without, very auprrtor au<i haDdsome, at
•nvftl »« WATJtmt
GFN'ns PATENT LKATIIKU GAITKHH,
Ai good anu haadaome aa can be.at
jnv*1_ _ wif WAIAH* *
JOHN C. MI AFLK Jk CO„
DRAPERS AND TAILORS,
EXCHANGE BUILDING,
14th STIIKKT, RICHMOND, VA.
Would respectfully call mention to their new ttylee of
Spring and Summer Goods.
-/V CASKS OP WHItRRV, WARRANTED to
be 19 years old, aad equal to any thing of the kind to be
hvi-d. for sal# hy M JONES.
READ! READ!
L. VdVon’N puro Ohio
CATAWBA m
WK the under igMd hare been duly appointed the only and
■ole »g<*r.U fcr the sale cftli's truly pare M dical Brandy
for the city of Richmond. Thto Brandy I as l»ern th roughly an
aljsed hy the State ssiayer, Dr. A. A Btves Chemirt, and I’rof.
I’pman Shtppard, Charleston. 8 C . Pref J K. rhi'U*n, >ew York,
Prof. Pratt, of Savannah, Prof Lamond, J R M ho’s and Dr Cox,
of Boston, sol pronoun ^d by them to be strictly pure, end an
excellent stimulant In all case* where pure Brand e* are Indicated.
Th* manufacturer of tr.is Fine “randy guarantee! (or srUl re
fund the won that it wl'l cure the Cholera Itjautum Summer
Com j Joint with Children,IHarrhoa. lVurel Compliant, I^yspep
da. Flatulency, Cramp Colic, Utngour, Low Spirit* General
Mdlity and Fertounnes*
Physicians are now pre«crib*ng it in the place of Paregoric; not
having the deadning * t of that medicine up n the brain.
Tbt Physicians in thi* city are i<> t. lied to apply to the city
agents, who will give them a bottle free of charge, to try befo«e
prescribing.
Ihm*/or an infant sir weeks old, one te mjoon/ul, diluted in
two table spoonfuls of cold water, and given by ihe leaspoonfu!
every five minutes until r» lief Is tffected.
Adult! and children la proportion.
The want of pure Medical Brandy haa long been felt in this
country.
The properties contained in this Brandy are more strirgent
than French Brandies. This the manufacturers claim are ihr
rner ts. and challenge the world to disprove these faets
ISAAC J AGO R8, the only appointing agent fhr t'e lotted States
and Canada, 99 and 1£1 Third street Cincinnati. Form- ty
_SNODGRASS k JOHN*TO!f.
NEW FAMILY GROCERY,
earner of Second and Mala Streets,
(GIANINI’S OLD STAND.)
THE lobarrlbert, baring letted for a term of yean, th. abort
property, and greatly enlarged and Improved th. p»m», hart
optnrd and purpooe keeplnga FIRET CI.Ahd GROCERY.to which
th. attention of the clt ten. of Richmond and innonndlng country,
(and the ladle. In particular,) art reopectfully In.Hod. Th.tr dock
la entirely new. and hai been tclee'cil ollh great care, and pur
el tied at the lowest cash price*, and will b* Mid at th. .mallet
bring profit for caab, or to prompt cuitomen.
F'om th. .opertor quality and great rarlcty of thrlr dock, they
feel confident that It 1. only necewary for famllle* to call and tee
for themaclrco. In ordtr to Induce them to make their purchaaea.
PCT"Good* atnt to any part of the city.
■nrfi4-tf_MINN18 kOO.
GUM HRLTINO.—A full atMrtmentnf th* New York
Belting and Paekng Company', tuperlor Oum H.IUng, from
on. to 11 Inche* wide, always on hand, and for .ale. In leogtlia to
■ alt pa-ehaaen, at fa-torr prior*. Bella, of eitra wMtha and
tblcknen ord. red from the Factory at a few day. nolle*.
A Lao, No. 1 Lacing I. other. Bell Clarpa, Belt llooka, Belt-RIeela,
Gum, Purk'ng In aheeta of ratloua thlckueaa, Pliton Packlng for
Loeoraoile* and Stationary Engine, Engine lloae. Ac , Ac , for
■ale by 0. J SINYON,
anil Agent for Iht Manufacturera, 71 Main it.
blllfE OLD WHITE WHISKY—An article that
girna almoat unlr.raal aatlafactloc. Kept conataatly on hand,
for .ale by At MOORE. Agent,
I,.7 flarr Street
IrAA TODD’S Extra tngar Cur-d llama.
,a)UU For talc by WOMBl.E A CLAIM 'INK
*o T _ N» 11 Pearl itred.
,><iii Hint* Prime H «coti Hides ami Shoal*
&\ Ml BERK Foeaale by WOMBLK * CLAIBORNE.
au 7_No. 11 Pearl atTMt
4 aIVKXICAN OCAeO. 50 ton. A-A Mcxlcao Guano,
\ carefully lolectod, and warranted *o bo of the eery beat
quallte. K. H. BRINK KK A CO ,
gull M Cary Btre.t,
MHOCKOB FOl’RDHV * HACHINB *>HOP
CORNER or OART AND 1TTH STRUTS,
R:caa»», Vi.
nVALBOTT A BROTHER. Proprietor* of the above WORKS
X are now banding PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES, of aa la
proved construction, of all alaea, from alx to forty Horae Power
suitable for Circular Saw Mllle, Threshing Machines, and othB
purpoaea, which they flatter tbemaelvea are fatly equal. If not ea
Dcnor to auy Engines built here or elsewhere. _
They will ulao funilah 8TAT10NAKV STEAM ENGINES, frou
tan Morse to any required power.
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, of the meet approved cocatru tloa
and of various elae*.
PUMPS and WHEELS for WATER WORKS, PORTABLE GRIST
MILLS, and IRONS for MILLS of all kind*.
RAILROAD WORK of overv description.
TOBACCO PRESSES, VLATTEN1NC MILLS, and all artlelas uaofl
In manufacturing Tobacco, together with every Mod of BRASS ill
IRON CASTINGS and WROUGHT IRON WORK_
IS PHILIP KAHM, id
RAGLE MACHINE WORKS,
Cary, hoAooen U1A and 15SI Struta,
RICHMOND, VA.
RIANI FACTI RKR OF
Portable and Stationery BTRAM ENGINES of any required powo>
with either Locomotive, flue or Cylinder Botlcn;
8UGAR MILLS, CIRCULAR SAW MILLS. IRONS FOR VEH
TIOAL SAW MILLS, GRIST MIMA, DRAINING MACHINES,
aatauut, uni and rLiOTM UMBB
TOBACCO FACTORY FUTURES
Of EVERT DHtCRIPTION,
and all kin da nf
CASTINGS IN IB ON and BPASS.
The eubeeriber waa awarded by tho U. A Agriealteral Seetevy,
held In Richmond. Va_ October, IMS, the Cil.l.Mt HULL
n EDA L OP HONOR for tt-t but FortabU 8>*am Enuu,
firr farm wee.
He asrase, by pentleelen, to Governor Henry A. Wlee, Mreeri
Warwick A Barkatlale, Dunlop, Moncure A Oo. and Uatall Ore*
■Lt A Go._nolB-ly
LOGAN WALLER.
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Jiichmond, Fa.,
SELU Tobacco, Wheat, Corn, Floor, and other country Pro- " •
doee. He haa cn hand a large number of Beg*, which can be
obtained by thoae who employ him, on the term* charged by Rail,
road Companies
He la aesiated by Mr. Josera 0. Ranwoon, long and favorably
known in the surreundlng counties, ai a gentleman of great activi
ty and energy of character.
OT Office on Car* street, two toon below Columbian BctuL
July 17. leas—ju 19
A aaiDWuan. a. t:a.u.er tin raaeiue uirrvm
RKIIHIFGRDA CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS.
ON THE DOCK,
Hl»_Kit tidlONfl, VA.
E. II SUIKKFR * €«».,
GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
SOLICIT comlgnnent* el WHEAT, FLOUR, CORN, TOBACCO
and other country Prodn.-e. Advance* made on consignment*
In hand. _ _______dtT
a. a. nice!»»•*. ». *. aux, o. a. »m
DICKINSOI, HILL A CO..
AUCTIONEERS
AT their old ttend, enrner of Wall and rrankfln street*. evil
continue to tell NEGROES, both publicly and privately/
Person* entrusting their Negro** to ua, may be amured In getting
the hlgheet market ptlco fnr them. Jefl
IIl.CTOK Is A V IN. Aiirtioiippr,
FRANKLIN STREET, RICHMOND, VA.,
SELLS SLAV EB, holh publicly and privately. Prrtnne entrusting
the.r Slaves to him, may net aien.-ed of obtaining the highest
mArkFttiHcM »«
Kl.Wi & L.\.fl UK rii.
CARRIAGES ! CARRIAGES I! CARRIAGES III
RICHMOND COACH MANUFACTORT,
Franklin Street,
One Square I,clow ExcLangc Hotel
We Invite all persons in want cf
HOME MADE CARRIAGES,
C|JPLl(/ To rail and examine our stock, as we pro- AjrWf -
£d£E2El^. po*e *0 s«U abettor arurle for leas money
U,«n CARRIAGES of the same qualify can be b ujrht f"r I-. the
Northern Hilts. We have been engaged In building Casniaub
more than 25 yevrs in this city. Our work has proved sattsfact* ry
to alt who hate bought of u# We are more largely engaged In
manufacturing Carriages than any other house In the 8»at«, em
ploying over 50 hands.
we have on hand a large assortaentof Fashionable CARKJ AGES
of superior quality. ^
Caleehos, Two Seat Rockaways,
Ooaches, all styles, Phestocs.
Ohairlottees, Top ttugglej,
Barouches, Burgles « thout Tops,
Four Beat Rockaways, Sulkies,
Elide Meat Top ttuyg.es.
Also a large stork of Coach, Huegy and Sulky Harness of our own
make, of best material and workmanship:
Coach and Boggy Whips, *!l qualities
Carriages of all style* made to order.
AU kinds of Coach Repairing executed In the heel manner and
with promptness. ALFRED KINO.
fe-7_ TlfO. U. LAMBETH.
CiDHTLCL AAD 3 ICE.
for ladies and gentlemen.
NEW 81PPUE8.
IJUTNrr A WATT.* lute rrc nil/ received th. following Bo'l.
I. tmlthic, rna uficturcd exprer.ly u ihclr order. In ih*
ruperlor etyle. Thc*-*rey o < that wo c*n recitcm. nd to he
the very be t, .nd of the lete.t «lyle«. Ac w. h»ve drr.e ftr th*
laet thirty year., we la'cnd to k.. |, the fl_r.i and beet Boot*, fhoc*
and Trunk., Ujot can be m-uu.ciun d W * Invit* nor friend*
and the pui.ilc to tall and esrMr.li r for Ihem.clr,.. We wl.l Mil
them a. low as any Ixuic Noit*i or fcetb.
FOR LADIRA.
Lsiile.' h»el O.lter*. Conttri*. and lae*.
Ladle.' fine dr,., kid an'! morocco Ml, per*, with and without
heel*, verv ai.fi and h*«utl'ul.
Ladle.' white ki t . Ipprr..
Ladie*’ thick w.I.lne boots, with and wlthoat heela.
Ltdle*' walking Dims
I *d e.’ l-.iir.K iituklns, for clJ ladlet, thick and thin tolec.
Lad!..’ velvet *!!ppcn.
Ladlin' i riarlrg th'ppcr*.
ktlirv.' and Cl.II,Iren'. Ffcccfl, all qualities ar.d atylc*.
Boy.’ ghi ei; ticotl, men'. Cne drea: Boot., ghoea and Gaiters,
all style*. j,*,
I860. NEW SPRING GOODS. I860.
A. K. PAIiKKR ft CO..
No. 143 VngU HquitrC) •
ARE now prepared to offer to their friends, and the public gene
rally, x la sue ash srtuur stock of
FKLkV U AM) KAliUSH DUY GOODS.
OonstsUeg, In pr rt, of
Pifcln FUck snd Fancy P!lks,
Htt.h elk, <*reOfdine and Iwage Robes,
French a.a'l K: Dr**« Goods In every variety.
Fllk and Lac * M until!**. Fhawis,
Paris Embroideries auJ Lacr Goeds,
Housekeeping a r.d Plantation Goods,
White Goods of every k;nd.
Mourning Goods of every description.
Gloves, Hosiery Ac
Together with many oilier articles too numerous;* acassa
All of which will be ».M very c^ear. ^
VANLEU, T.VUttKAto No. TdMoln Meet, hav*
In store a Urge stock of
Butcher's Fites au<l Edge Tsois
•poor and Jxckion's Hand. Rip, and Grain Baws
Baldwin's bench and moulding PUnes
Hunts and Simmon's chop and shingle Hatchets
Naguole's Adge eye, naif and brad Ifammersl
Cook's and Bnell's cast steel Augers and Bitte
Wltherby, Beatty A Bradley's Drawing Knives
Turning Lathes, Chisels and Gouges
Boreing Machines, tire and breast Drills
ALSO,
Blacksmith's tools of the beef quality, for sale low foreash or
runtosl c a* to mem ^.* aoW
II A It « ISO.1 »8
CELEBRATED
BARLEY WHISKEY.
\VE *rc ,,mn*'ll1* '™.key, made from Barley, which wu In
v T t'oduc d and «o!d by our home ill year* aao, and acknowl
edged to surpass any Wh'skey eeer Introduced in this market —
For 10 jean It baa preeerred its uniformity In quality and charac
ter, and we do not find the least change In ,t In any respect bring
the same now aa then. In delicacy, richness anti parity Our'custo
mers ise the same, and we unhesitatingly offer It to the community
aa an art!. Ic which we can recommend aa being pure and perfectly
free from fusil oil, or any other deleterious article, too often mixed
with the liquors of the pretent day. We hare otr-r advertised II
before, but feel Justllled In doing so now, while the country la flood
rd wl h mixed and manufactured liquors.
Aa a medicinal liquor, we do not thick It can be surpassed even
by the brandies now sold. . '
A supply always on hand, nnd for aale only by
„„ . BI.AIR A CH IMBKRLATNR.
nptT—tf Ho. TO Main street, Richmond, Va.
JIOIIRIS, \HII LLEU aTcO.,
rORUKRlT
OTOHIIIN & JONKS A CO.,
IRON & STEEL WAREHOUSE.
Market & Sixteenth Streets,
PHILADELPHIA.
BARB, BINDS. HOOPS, BCROLIS, OVA I*, snFFTS. HORSI.
BnOE aid NAIL ROUS, FLAT and T RA1LV aNgLe IRON
RIVET IRON, SWEDE IRON. PLOUGH PLATE. / e. At '
•HKAR, blister. SPRING, TIRE A PLOUGH STEEL.
8C.OTOH HO ; also. Agents fur the talc of “ WILLIAM PENN ’*'
and other well-known brands of American Pig Iron. ’
BAR IKON rolled to at y required length, fur Bridge*, Car*, Ship.
Bulkllng, and Machinery purpose* generally. r
BOILER PLATE cut to tequired dimenalon*.
FROG sTEI.L POINTS A SIDE BARB made to any pattern.
AGENCY of the - HARRISBURG ” NAILS and SPIKE*
CAR AXLES rolled and hammered, and FORGINGS of alls
COPPER, BRASS, RUSSIA SHEET, and EL tali general'r
ai>a—dflm C
Miles, tu lea inh iioksfn.-ihare g\_
Juit received, divert from Kentucky, a very choice JMU
and aupcrlor lot of Slock. 1 hare MULE* well uSiudW- •
Iron master* railroad purroaee, etrect and plantation use, n'l of
4*iich 1 will tell, exchange, break and deUrcr In the dty or eoaa
y. on my uxuat . ntnoilatiny larota, at Dark A Hutchison'*
| V IJardm't old Mtand.
aall-U EDWIN WALKER.
N. B. I hall he In receipt of fresh Slock, direct from Kentucky
very moot* Enquire aa abr.y*. R W.
AHHI.IT'N LONIHIN (SHOWN HI OCT-»e haw
juit received dire t, a a Ulpmet. I of ihe shore ee.tbralV Hair:
Stout, to whl h we desire to cal the particular attentl-a... a
sera, who dealre a perfedy yu-e snide, b-Hted hy tieir.wn
themeelres, sod vastly sup-rlo- to Ihv aMIrla grnentv icld lu
this market aa London Porter. For aale only by ’ “ 1
... _ selden a MiLLrn,
TV* Cor. Pearl and Cary Streets.
tMNM! FISH!! FISI11I1-W. now hava In slort fga
bJl, «un!lhe1,f auV|i m Nor,h Uarollnn Family Roe Her
d,“-gh*'lr d® th*d B'“°° large No. S Mackerel In hbla.
and half barrels, do^am all No. tin br.li and half bbb Potomo*
No. 1 Grom Herring* Halifax No. 1 Genas >nd Cat Herrino foJ
.ale low by WINHTON A POWER*
l»*_
LILLIES
Impenetrable Chilled Ir*B
FIRE AND BURGLAR-PROOF
SAFES,
Secured with Lllllr’s patent
Comblnnilon Powder
ProofliOrkn, for sale by
0. J. SI.NTOH A OC
Jail Agent* Richmond.
n. T. WIUJUK. D T. c. reran. * T ,mu7
WILLIAMS. l’ETERS A CO.,
Bankers and I >ealort;» in Monev
164 VIA IH NTH BBT,
RICHMOND, VA., '
Opposite Brink of Vlrglnlit,
BVJ 'J? tl1 E«h»nH l*. City and Railway Stocki and
Bond* Negatlate loans and make Collectlou In all the .In
etH, dtle, and Town, In the United flute*.
--yn-to
H01^'(»«*'•*»»» a largo amortment of EJ
**u n®**' ■•sorted from No. ! to * ako Hllln
Itoea from Not to J; aUa, PUnter's Cast Steel How. a 'm pert or
artlela; also, Garden Horn and Rake*, Hay aad w*n*re E£klj£ •
■M HUTH, 1800**00

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