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• UK U.HO»D BOABD Of TBADK.
JL L KENT, Tron. I E. DCPCT, TV. | W. B. UJICl.fcT
u ««rrriBu* ambtbatmw.
WIIL1AM 8. L'ONNAN, Chairman
LARKIN W. i.LA.'kKBOOK, I |kI!:,,H1L'Ti»L„lw
TlIOE. W. McCANOK, I LRW1R D. CRENSHAW
K>BT fiiriw.
ARKIVALS At fKlNOltAL HUTKlt
KX(HAM.E HOTEL BALLAHII .END HOUSE
. , JOHN P. A THOMAS R BALLARD, Prupdetoro.
&u£u»l'o>, l'»M.
0 P Cron*) sw. CI.AS City J D U baou, V»
1)1 J C Mil a, do P Allen, do
Mm CO-n ill, A. T * Argyle. do
A A He •', trt, t C J M Meade, Lid .da
• TV Hel»t do HP AlWssin, N 0
1 A Ew.?o • d •View lady. Urn.loo
k n Hus or-It, do B Mr I* Reid, Lean
JR Mel A.me. Jo A J' J- ««J*. Clotlotla
N M Lor e lady .NO " P *«-' lk" 80
H » iiros, .A. * •> Holcomb Amelia
U B Unite.s. Jo DA Warren, Lj nehg
M-. I It-iuee. JO P M 0 No le. PM a
H U BorieiL lady. Jo A) U Maiihewo, LsJub J
Miss Opt tell, Jo Mlto Mathews Jo
Mim HarrsS*. Jo El»s C.lahsu, Conn
Mrs Snout sro, -• PH Dunn. Lynch*
s L» Lit.ss, 'to PH Meage. A a
TIN .Lard. New Kent J * Cerptr, do
Mrs Pulls tl, do P P Pole* ft BharlrstOO
W M tied ye. Pallo Mrs Porth-r, tut. Jo
G W D.mer, lad,. S C J S Williams, Vo
Mrs Nunuac.lt, N C D 8.n ItlJgr, faut.lv, la
Nstt!l.do P DLlaou, lady, do
P a Carrugion, Lo t Mrs Cal III,' a
Mas Carrington. , MM, do J B D.rman, Jo
«; Gibson, Dausillu BCorkt*. Jo
J ;« »itllaius, Jo TMeiiAeo.srl. Nt
R s tiwnts. Lya. Nf K Taylor, Ky AA in
G Jordon, do J P Taylor. Jo
H MeCorble. do L H T-ylor, do
J K tr'snim As WHML or, J C
■ Mrs Cab U. do *1 Ms*ree_, do
R A Baker, do RiMo«l,Ca)
H vk' Most)/, ao L Uu4>lii(k, UJy, T«*nn
U r Stereos, do R Harr son. Aaarlis
A a Chase. Ky Miss Sieyrr, tlo
H P Campbell, Tetso AT.ylor, Va
Mia Campbell, do RO Tyler, do
R Cwipbell, do (K Williams, Porttuiolh
0 Harper, Boston
UOLI KBIAN HOTEL.
JOSEPH H. CRENSHAW, Proprietor.
Aug. Js. lb*".
G W Vaashnn. Pr EJ *• Harrs. Charlotte
Coll Crump, No.iowar Dorlp H Knlaybl, Lunenburg
J K Holt, do 1 *E Knight. Jo
|» o Suboiieoo, Hsdifas J D Bara, do
CWOot.ua, Pr Ed S A Bear, A.uelto
|>, W Join -.’Mm. it T wiutwertlt, do
G D Thompson, do J TChandler, Him
A A wlUaa. Amalia Ppg* E AV Pass, Powhatan
H C Wilson, do 8 R Edmondson 1)011
S N Wstains, Pr Ed C Hudson, Boston
T II Bar bad tie, Uulfai W P Elam, P*i mvlils
At I Skies, do 0 Curts, Va
WKI> Purr, Ain DrKor.Tai’pahnnork
ti L napkin, DaurlBn E R Coke. Jas City
M Parr, ala E M Joena, N O
Mias Lars, N Kent W H Ponton, Hnlt'aa
. Mi a Leith. -O Mrs Pi nloo A art, do
M s on Leigh. Am. is IK Cantin, do
Lnne Leigh, do Mrs Ctnnila, do
B w Lac v. N Kent Mus II K Day, do
E 8 Moss, Me:Limburg G Putnam. Ctsrksrlllo
., a Bird. .. . N A J 8 Rogerrs, Hal fa*
G W Cct. is.ijcMoad N L mads-, do
1 Lewis Vs H Harr's, Poahatan
G Waller, Chas City Hosier Harris, J>
•G Ashdn, Pt» iiatnn L W WiilUss, Va
E Mayo, EucA gm M Rob Ul a, H T
n ..KM Carrington, Comb'Id W II Burger, tudy and 1 dub
Mi'S O B Carr.ngton, do Iran. Amelia
A p.-ni, Jo J II bluet.ir, Hampton
K P » ll -iri. .!■■ I r J u Gregory. Kg Wm
Cut J s b'uiiun. Bnckinghnm E At Darts, Kg t|n
Dr C P Me -hr, do W J "nris, do
JW M. -it. iln W Hi Jguu, PurslinJ
J llstein. Ball s J B Grreo, Kg Wm
W G trauma, t I'p A V Dabney, eo
a J fsinisr- lbs K 8rm. Amelin
? P Bi.on, CotaunMn J P Ne* nc'h, 8 C
N M N< f tioet, Va T C AAiluni. Am. tin_
IaJ. A. KL IsT E NEWS,
pour OP KU'HJIOSD, tusu»l IS.
ru aim (wen*. -it,' : q (SHaHUHiUliUlMI
ARRIS ED.
Ahr Hmtl, » 11 n. h Y. rod**, DAW Currie.
" V an, I iT . Young, Phllu, coal. S. P. H*»e« A Hon
“ Sorri Caiclna, Pr l.beU, Hallo, m.Uc, W. D, Colquitt A
Cv
■ Wi. Spear. J une,Ratio, tali, fttodgraa* A Jchaaoa.
** Pm Prae-Alin, Trier, Phil*, coal
•• Wm. II burton, rpragu-'. Ja» Rleer, light.
'• Patriot Roll a. lull*. mJp. W D. Colquitt A Co.
•• Leo L,-, f crtern Shore, o*f», A. Mtlapiugh.
SA1LKD,
Steamer Yogktowa, Pariah, N.w York, mdae and par , Udlam A
Wp'"merGe3. Peabody, Pritchard, Baltimore, mdae and pea., D.
A ». Currie. . , . _ __
S hr WreloTer. » ckereos. Buaion, •■•ur, DAW. Currie.
- Hnr. ..•«>i'de. Packard. N Y , Boar, W. D. ColqalU A Cl.
*• Holtm. re. Phillip. R*-to. light
• r i ■.
5T n IL NOB If tf. The M-acishU JAMES yjert,
^ TOWN ha, re .tero I har place again in the llu ■ he -xmAak*.
t%Pt ii'htr*' >1 New )o?L
T»/r.,h,f.»* »tc .m»h!,a« c<<*Opri» Otf Hi's Mat w!U Sf* T >fk
Itsr Kiffc'OlM MTutUjVt, til a * w
i w to KT« > A > i*«i»Ula f rH*h stvry S.itj-'Uy tt tr
*»h- ’\*i >T«'*N Ujlkln J*4inpfr,twy Tu »«l»y. at l> t M
Trt HO »SuK*, Cn>tva Cnttc 1. »r«*nr Thursday, tu IS M.
lt!.TL kMNOe
•«p *y wlU Yn»'~d eir*ry Tuesday an.l Friday a* lo*rl< ck
l> \| .^a » ' > I* M , i • *t Norfolk gielujc and return
Vwr a*%u(u< r W
imi rwrauixu U’PLAM A WAT*>**,
, i ■ . Oppris ■'
IVIH BlLTinoH) . ■ . tiTrjs
' YIDKRK, Cep a 0 W. W. K-eoe. » II r . re nit A
Uk»<*.t u u». 'I in i4f) aad up to the hour of Wavta*. Wo flock,
M f I k Sl> % \ , i h* 2^01 As trust.
gr _•* I t,..ea to Dj*t o, >.a Baltimore, ullh great .leaped, h, at
: .. ♦
T* i *«'< t »- * *it»*cr at our • *h**o. In the s iptli t»c
in hKlah H ** L or 4* 5t?u3*erVwh4rv«’«.
1 4*4^-n ^ DAUDfWH CTKKIK.
roll HOMO --*|rwl\ MW - 0*--.
I s*
U.g a p rvea of her cargo engage.I cu l going oo -ard, all bar
P,KaU„ Eo, balance of
UUirc In ion M ainaMp 4 '
Riel i.ol.d. Aug ill, »*rei l
far IK Steam Mp CITY <>» RICHMOND having been
I ; t:. :.t proaimo. far ihe purpoae hm^oi
a? replacing hag hollar, the eieamahlp YIm IMS C.i t.
K K,l ev ai l ee-.tlnue lo toaaeh-t usual wee.ly tripa rrc ght
rrr'„,7.,| , .| gri lay* and up to hour of J- n-rture on Saturday*.
“““ IUrth" a”‘K'- CHAUS P. CARDOZA, Agent.
*021— 1«W M*i ->
■ <YI l li'il'S I" OA D POINT. » . Y.'T’^LSi
J‘_, ..I ril AND NOKPOIK rhe (Ream — - *—
er LeaELi I r.CK, La;L Z C. Gifford, Btlrd up eu a “'•*t ' i”r
r. *t,l tr..e II make a- k v melon U. U*e amr* place* ..nS.tTtk.
Day EVENING aeit, add iemt, (aod regularly e»ery SAW. Nil IY
RtkNI . . I'; rafter, during ih- wat.ring n aeon.l le »rmg tll
a., ,rf at R-- kett. at « o trioek P v . amr. at te d Point ab.ael IY
o cl—L If,. DC- to Portim -ulh and Norfn.k. and return the neat
gr .1 ; ACNDAT), leaving Norfolk al 1 i/cock. tooeb MPorW
n. ,ath ittl Oi l P. i.t, and arrive al Rl- henood about 1 o clock A.
M , Monday morning. _ ._ .._.
pf.,r the trip, to Of.l Point, Norfolk and Portaenuuth, and
re*u'u tincala loclenled,) hkhee,
Jpp-N , freight taken on the kneuraton Trip.
• *T1_tf R O HASKTVS.
wl >|v|Ut AliKthDI WKST »SI r_*.N*wZf>
NjaMkcl RlVkd g.'R OLD POINT, P >Krs- JmtSmSL.
not TH. AND NORPtiLK - The Steamer* C.LKN COva and LI K
TH PEC*, have been put In Brat rat* order, and nlU run to ibe
■*hpe,, oLaN COTE, Cap* Wm P. Carter, nit! leaee th« wharf at
Rieokeka. regelarly every MONDAY. W KDNkBDAY and ERIDaY
mnrttiu.** at 1 o'ri . .. pr-eiaely, an ! retu-n each aternate data,
ee P* sun ice, I A'lfig the wharf al NtlREOI K at the came h ur.
B ,'.'^1.^ A M , an I touch at all tho regular land og* oo the fiver,
going end returning
rfee Cl!BITS PrCK, Capk Z.a Gifford, being UMtly ROml up
w th oervlm, well leaeo ho whaef ^ R»ck^ .vwyBAlCRD»Y
.,..i„w mt »*. . k rftu n. Uuvioff Ih** wh^rf »t NOKf»‘leK
every SUNDAY ev- ul i« »t I o'clock, and regularly every >* w
DAY tad Till USD AY rnalifLtl » o'clock, sad return euch al
I "jalr day -I the tame hour, 4 o'clock
IM-gSown. the Cwrtia Tree Win touch al City Polul, W1 coa1*.
C'••m-.ijt. lirtivr WKxrf, OU P. iat, **rt.'»outh kml 9ofMa
R p rtia«a!\ Point, Ruck kbwf. Grow, DiUkrd «,
Wi.lco*’*, City Point, *n J krrivv *i Richmond khout i
•’dock, Hornby moroiog. _ , .
t'AMurr ' dr the SktunUj trip, kai return next evening, ur» »
tad* tel, ti
u-T- ,n r<fn>v trip*, either boat, to Old P»*int. Portsmouth
«r Norfolk, |i Meals -equal to any given oa any boat- 50 cento
Uk*° ““°'L _ AO. HASKINS.
fat I If. HALTPlOHKAYDSAVAJnAH^fak
i TfT't AMnlllP COMPANY, cimpooed of ew rluaXANC
stea.nahipe, are now running regularly between the above porta.
Freight ahlpped to Savannah, or Iko Interior of the Stale, of
U .r*U and Alabama, by Railroad from Savannah, win ham
attention. T. H. RRLT. Tr Agent,
,, r_tr Baltimore.
A* i KNCY.
.MACHINE BKLTIXG.
LKATHRR AND RUBBER OP ALL WIDTHS.
LEATIIEX AXD KI liHEK HOSE.
all at/an, with cjcruaui, ru r.r.
VTKAM PACKING.
LACING LKATIIVR.
NKLT HOOKS, Ac., Ac.
At Fart"I Pan **, and WakAiann.
Depot 130 .Halit .Mr • I,
,U*V r KN'ttal KS A WALPORD. Aeons.
' KU'IIMinKtP It,
~
MAIVACTI RKR Of THEODOLITE*.
IN .INKERS' LKYXL8 AND TRAN
•ITS, SL’RYKTORS' COMPASSr?,
• LEVELLING RODS AND TARGETS,
CHAINS, At.
No. Dear M„
snao-Am PHILADELPHIA.
CONSOLIDATED LOTTERIES “
OF DELAWARE.
PC a AVGUST I860.
FRANCE, BROADBKNTS k CO., Kaiugan.
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
Tko Jf rta.1yera calf tie attention rf the public to the fJlmeimg
Hf.Uo.tMt HcAemee lobe dr.non io Wilmington, Delaware,
Mi'nr A TM A CTUOtUTY.
M*1!YD CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY OF DELAWARE,
ON THE HAVANA PLAN.
CLASS li.
To bn Arana In Wilmington. De).,aa Friday. A .fust SI, Ibtt.
Kvery Other Ticket a Priam,
s Prise* payable la foil, without deli ttlca
b L.COC lotteries eeery prise I* drawtt.
* SPLENDID BCHBMK:
I prise of..$90,011.1. 1 prises of.1.S90
1 prise of ... . «,4uo I t priaeaof. -no
1 pr ae of. S.OOM 10 prise* of. 9*0
Y prism of. VMS I 10# prise* of. MO
-a prise* of. *,.**> I tt.lJWI prilee of.. 0
And approximation prises, ranging from ISO up to $4110.
o • 09,197 prU », am uni ng to 9320,<Mh>
Whole Tt. hat* sill; Hal vet $9; Quartan IS 30.
Person, who desire need only remit the risk on a Package, for
sB.1i we will lend a Oertifical* a* follows:
A OaruS ate of Pa. tags of 1* Wholes cowls.#*« 00
Do do 10 Halves. to uu
Do do 1* Qr.. id ou
l*o do 1* IKghu., . 1* 00
IT Prises paid imstedlAtely after the dr* la*.
IT III ord-re add -eased Vi PRANCE, BROAPBKNTS A CO.,
W.l 'iingl .it, Del., will meet with prompt aUeot.no, and the punted
< si -D«J drawings ,. ul al snnn a. over.
f RAN ok, SROADBRNTS A 00 ,
pu*b dtsoCV^ WUmlngtoo, Doles are.
AYER’S
CATHARTIC
PILLS.
Are you nek, freblo, and com
plaining -* Are you out or order,
with your systemderanged, and
your reeling* uueomlbrtable l
These symptoms are often the
Srclude to serion* iUuea*. Sitine
t or sickness I* creeping upon
| you, and should be averted by a
timely use or lh.' right remedy.
| Take Aver’* Ihll*. and cleanse
. I out the disordered humor* — tm
f \ rity the blood. ami letthe fluid*
1 move on unob?*trut*t»*u In health
agniu. They stimulate the ftma
ttlon*orth. 'l«*ly into vigorous
I activity, purity the system IHnu
I the obstructions which make
. ill.. a«c. \ cold - tlh - some
* mb ■■ tv here in the body, and ohstrneta
K* natural nmctlons. TheaCjtf not ntkred,rosk npon
thrui-clve* and the anrroumUm; organ*, P™‘'•“•j
era) aggravation, suffering, and disease. " “tie lu llils
condition, oppressed by the derangements, takiAyirt
Ihll.. and *.*• how directly they ri-*tore tin ti.itnim ae
Hon or the system, ami with It the buoyant fr* lln* of
h, alth a-ain. What i* true and soappaivut in tills trivial
mud common complaint, i* also true In many orthe deep
seated and dangerous distemper*. The same purgative
etT.vt exp. I* then.. C’auosl by similar oh-lmetl.ms aud
derangement* id the natural fttn. tkw» of the body. they
arc r.ipl.llv. atid many ..rthem sutvly. hy tli. isinw
Non** who ki»«>w th«* virta»** of the***
n.-glcrt to employ them wbeu suffering from the vlisor
‘’stateiiienM irom leaillng physician* to somenf the
principal cilki*, uinl from other well kuown public per
MNU
from a forironliag .VrreJWrivf at St. t.auif. Feh. 4, K'si.
1 in. ATKR: tour Ihll* are the paragon of »H thatll*
great III medk-lu. They have enred my little ‘*“*J>*2
orulivrou* sores upon her hands and fret that had proved
incurable h>r year*. Her mother ha* been long grtev
0,1*1, alHk-ted »Ith hlotehes and pimple* on her skm and
in hi r hair Alter our child was cured, she also trust
your ltils, and they have cured h. MORORmQK.
A* n Family Pl*y«lc.
from hr. K. II'. Cartirriyht. .Vcie Orton*.
Your Ihll* .are the prims' of purge*. Their excellent
nuvliti 's suriu** any cathartic we I*1*1*'**' 1 *'f
mild, tail very ,* rtaiii and effectual hv their artioaou the
bowel*, which makes them invaluable to us ill llie daily
treatment yfdimw.
Headache. Sick Hendaehe. Foul Stomach.
from Or. f.licttrtl floyl, Baltimore.
pua Huo. Avku: I cannot answer yon ahat com
pl.uet* l have cured with your Ihll* better Hum to say
olllk.it we .1* r tn.ll with a fairy.dto mtJirinr. 1 place
great vlependenee ou an eff,vtu.il cathartic In m> daily
{;,ut. *t With disease, and believing a* I do that your IhUa
afford u* the best we have, I of course v alue them highly.
PrmniTtn, l*x. May 1. ISil
Dk. J. C. Atek. Sir: 1 have l»a-n rvpeat.alfy cured or
the worst headache anv body can have, by a .lose or tso
of your Ihll*. It sv* in* to arise from a foul stomach,
which they eleanae at one*._ norm v
Yours with great rvspect, ED. W. 1 Kr.nl.h,
Clerk of steamer < lanua.
Bilious Diaorderar-Istwer Couvplatuta.
from hr. Theodor* Bell, of Sea York Citg.
Not only are vour Ihll* admirably adapt.*! to their pur
oo„. :l* an' aperient, hut 1 tlml their beneOeial effect* upon
the Liver very mark,*! Indeed. They have In my prac
11.-,- 1,001*1 111,VO' effectual for the cure of bilious com
pt.ittill than any one remedy 1 can mention. 1 slueerely
f, that we nave at length a purgative which is wor
thy the cuufldcncv of th»* proft****ion auU the people.
Drr.vETMEXT me the Interior.
Washington, D. C\. 7«h Lob., INS'.
St«: I have u*,a! your Ihll* iu my general and hospital
practice ever since vim made ihem.and do uol hesitate to
sav they are the bc'.t eathartie we employ. Their rvgu
Laittg net loll „ta the liver i» -tulek and d,aided, rouse
uueuTlv thev are au admirahle tvmialy lor derangements
of that orgau. Iiukasl. 1 have seldom found a ease of
*, h . ,/i *o obstinate that it did not n-adlly yield to
them. Fraternally yours, ALUN/O BALL, S. IX,
rkftSH'MiM OJ tnc .MUMHr OV^mw.
Dytrulrry* Dinrrhirn, Rcltii Worms*
yr, ,m Hr. J. G. Gr*m% of Ckicm^tK
\ our mils have ha.l a long trial lu my practice, and I
hold them lu esteem a« one ol the best ap.-ri.-ut* I have
ever fouud. Their alterative effect u|k.ii tie liver make,
th. m au excellent rcvnedv, wheu given m small doses Tor
4?/, «r./vseHfrrv ,.s./ Jb,rrh.ru. Their sugarsswimg
iiiak< ■-* them \**rv Hiivptabk and com i'uwut lor the use
of m uiuvu aud children
Dyspepsia. Impurity of the Blood.
yn,M Her .J. I'. Himes, /•n.loro/ .t.lrrut Church, Bruton.
t>K. Av kk: I have used your IMN with extraordinary
miox-ss m mv family and among those' I am called to visit
m distress. To nrgulale the organs ol digestion and
partly the blood, tli. y are til. very best remedy I have
ever "known, and l cun eonlldeutly rwwnmend them to
iny fricud*. Vours, J. \. II1MK8.
\V u:s \w, Wyoming Co.. X. Y., (kt gt. IxW.
vyy \t* s.,|(; | am using your t at hart I,* IMN in my prac
tice, au.1 find th. m an excellent purgative to eleanae the
"iSciuii. m. u.
t'o its 11 pal ion. Costlveuesa, Snppreaalon,
Kh. iimnll.nl, hold, .Yturalgia, Drops),
Parulysta, Kiln. etc.
from Or. J. I'Mfia, Mont rent, Cnnrulo.
Too much cannot !»• saidofvotir IMN for the rare of
Conner... .S. If others of our Trateruny have found them
a, effh-as’ioua as I hoe. they should Join me m proclaim
111 • It for the bciiedt of the multitudea who suffer from
that Vm.plamt. which, although tad enough in itaclf, I.
t . or.. • inter ..r utl.cn. that are wor-e. 1 believe cm
Hr. n. ..‘to original, m the liver, hut your IMN affect that
or. in and eur ■ the disease.
>W>m Mrs. K. Stuart, f'hi/sicion ami MUtHfr, Boston.
t Bu.1 one or two large doses of your IMN. taken at the
proper tunc, are ex.slh-nt proutotivi-s of the natural
when wholly or partially snppr. s-.sl, and also
very eftetual In el -m<- th- stomach ml repel c,™.,.
■H,. v an »o much the beat phystr we have that I nss.iu
«>i» tt>l uo other to uiy i»4tu*ut*.
from the Krr. Dr. //airiS** ©/Ibe3teiko<li*t Kpi*.Chunk.
ITLV^KI Savannah* (it. Juu. rt, KkI
ll.iNont-i* silt:: 1 should N- urgral ful for the n lief
x tur .kill h is brought me If I did u..t r-|*.rt my . »«•
turou. V c.l l tll si ... mv limb, and bnmglil >»u « x
rrm-Mtue* m ■.. ././■• r win h ended in <■*”•••'• rA-n
„„ Notwithstanding I ha.l the best of phvsi..is,
• i .i.... ... rew wot mill worse, until by the adt Ice of
1 . i: ltiuinrv. IT. MarkcuxJr, 1 tried
ynar. s. II .. .mw.hu, Sim-, tty per
■* iti tl»* its«*oi Hi. in, I am now rottrvly will.
Si \ \ri riiWHi»:, IUIimi Itou^r, I *•••» * ■**••• tV-J
H, iu |.: | !*:%'. * l-> n i iilin !y vunwl. by your I in'*,
,,r / /.. . —a imintul «li » »*••• llm* '•*1 afllirted
;;; ,* .* vi.m kn i slu>ku*.
fr MtMt i.f tin* 1MI* ill mark. I cuutain M.miry,
which. Ithm.1i . valuable ... in sk.llnl In,ml-, is
• I ...
th-dlr-III. till. I-II..W ... in. muons u . These eoulatn
u«* HMtrury or mlioTal mibwtainv wiuItiit.
l*ricc, 35 cent t per Box, or 5 Boxes for 51.
Pre-iarud by Dr. J. C. AYKR to CO . Lowell, Mas*.
R..M, Wholesale a-l Rctale, by Pt’RCILL, LADI> I 00., Rlct,
isuliil, t a X r. KiVNtCI)., Prlcrxlmr* ; J. It SHAY, Lvuch
our*: *>-. br all-Irak m.l rarr.-h-il.t* apl9 «lt".
Japanese ii \t. J\panese hat,
.1 \PANESE Ol'NCE II \T.
I f-jCf r. iv,*l i B ,ti tni>|-l/ul the Ml Till I JAPAN- in
>>XK Ol’NCK HAT. Also, aonie new au-1 l.-aoltful IB
•tvlesut POTf IIATixl Cc5
KI.I.KrT A YVRtSItiKRM,
.-ea No. lli; Mala Slrct.
REMOVAL
rltllK Ml 11X4 It I It i U InferuM Bis Iran's anj cu.tnp.er*
1 that h- Is ab.-ut lu remove froei Ms tires*at p ace of business
l Au. 1 Ita-lurd IIoitne, (the store rec.ntly vacated by
Mr J Too ) sla t will, nil the first day of Belt m .uth, opeD at that
Stuff until a Well a- Iff led stock of
NEW GOODS,
which he Is determined h> s-U on as good terois as any lit use In
ih * city
Th inkful I» b diveem’n£ public l-r Ion* oonHnueU pwtrooaKe, I
4s.ll. .1 4 cuulinutnce of lkie tame 4l iuy New ►lore
JOHN THOMPSON.
Au.’us! 24th, 14^ __
tlUkAT SOI THLR-N HAT A.VU CAP MlM l UTOHY.
.TOlIaV DOOLEY,
81 Y1AIN XTKKET, Hit'llTIt>\ D, VA.,
MASfrACTfRKR AND »e.\LKR IX' Kl'R, .STRAW, I.M.HORX,
s, x ill v s-tirr VXII MUI.I.SKIN bliKS!* HATS.
f HAVK now ready ray Spring stock of Hats,
I Caps, and Straw Goods, to which I would In
vite the attention of the lerchaot* of Virginia,
North Carolina and Tennessee, confident of my
ability to supply the n with everyth!' < they may
want In ray line, on as good terms as they can be
procured In any market n the country.
Mv ttock will be kepi constantly full, by the addition of anything
•.hat Is new or desirable Having greatly Increased my manufac
turing facilities, many desirable styles will be of my own manufac
ture My Bla* a Moleskin Hat li ■till In the front rank, and Is equal
If n< t super lor to any thing produced In the oountrv.
My arsorlmenl of Buys*. Misses and Children'* Richly Trimmed
llata and flats, of all the different »ty las of Braid and Leghorn, can
not be excelled. .. « . .
In Military Goo.la, I can furnish anything required. My stock
of the various qualities of Army “ Regulation " Hats, Is very com
plete, and any of the different styles of Hals or Caps made to order
at short notice. , __ __
JOHN I>»OLRT.
■ IM 1APAMM [l
OUNCE HAT. »
JUST BCCKtVKO AT T ^ MAIN’ STKKET,
THE J IPAftNESEOtllltE HAT.
S''.IT'IIXU KICK »*l> I.ISMT
)’UK THE SEASON,
Call and get one
R. L. nCKINBOIf,
Baccesaor to
jj4_tf Blnford. Dickinson A Wei»ljer.^
«FOR< i E WARN KIN.
Commission Merchant
AVO ACK'T roa Tt: ■ SALS or
TOBACCO, FLOrR. GRAIN and BOUTHRR* PRODUCE generally
ltia2 tiiudt Ftitstw Mrrel.
Opp< #ttc baiM.u- r.- and «»Mo Kali R »a«l Depot,
HVLTIMOItK.
RFFKRH BY PKKM1B.-ION,
Mesare Fpo*t«. Harvey A Co, Richmond,
•• A v> y A Lipscomb, do
“ K *kl%nd. O ase A Co., Baltimore,
•* Toutmlu, VoorheeS A Co , Mobile,
Mich I Warner, Ksq., President Mechanics' Bank, Dattlmors.
mat** —iv ____
'BRADY'S IT HUSHING HOUSE.
NSW BOOHS JUST ISSUES.
TTHEl TltEVOK; or. The Duke’* Victim. By G. W. M
111 tarnoLM. Price SO cent*.
Fuat Life ; or, Memoir, of the Jlerq-iie of Wttcrford.
Price 25 cento.
KipoM of the Bonn of Malta. “ " “
The t'hevulh-r IKlIarax nlal. By A. Drau.
Price 54) cento
F< nnlnsc'o Etrcrr Molliero* Book s Do not let your
Child Die. Price 28 cenla.
prM«l!ol, free of pout***, on receipt of price.
The Welcome <• u< »(, * ftr*t-el«** family Monthly .Trip
nuper, Imoci »t the low r»te ofTernart-PiYU Cmrra 4 Yu**. Send
for u tpedmen
£F* Brady’* Mammoth Catalogue of nil the be*t book* eent
free of poetic. PKKCIHIC A. BRADY, Publisher,
24 Ann street. New York.
• r*.U W.nlcd.mMlI—
W.V.N. HOWTEK,
MERCHANDISE BROKER.
AND
OKXh’RAL COMMISSION MKRCttAXT,
Cor. Cary ami V ir^i ia SIhS,
RICHMOND, Virginia.
Offers his asrv less for the Bale and Purchase of Merchandise
generally: also Flour, U heat. Corn, Tobacco,
aud all descriptions of Country
Produce.
RKFKltt*, RY PFHMKSIOV, TO
L-wli MVhb, h i . Vlri*n Dunlop, Moncure A Co , Messrs. Fd
ruond, ihivsnport A Jo , M. -sr«. Bacon A Ha krrvilb*, Rcbmond ;
M-t«r#. Brysul, Tlod-> A K<dm«e, M*««rs Hoc nee A ReiJ, Ball!
more; kr».n Twnb A Co., Philadelphia, lima. Mon*h«n K*q
rj m$
\\' |||*li V. 'nbtbYtd Rye Wl.iky.of luperior quality
if Gold Medal bf sou. foe sa.«by
an£i At Ua B. DA VAN PORT,
INPEOTINE. 1
The Persiaii Fever Charm.
INORthe prevention end cure of ' tmr n»<l Alfa*
C /Vvert This wrnderful remedy was brought to the knowtedge
>f the preecol proprietors by a friend who haa been a groat trar I
ler In rerela and the Holy Land. mere '
While golug down the river hup- ratee, he eipaikncwd * *'” * |
itkaok of Sever and Ague. On di«:o»erlD|r hla condnlon_ one of (
he Boatmen took from hUpemoa an AmuM. taylng Be rritte (
md no frrtr icill Vn«J> yvn." Although Incredulous a* to It* vlr- ,
uee he compU.d, and experienced Immediate relief, and ha* klnce |
SSyVfSfflt « effectual protection from .U malarious oom- j
’on'ft.rther Invention he Mood that the boatman attrlbut.dto ;
l mirMutoms power., and .aid that It could only be obtrined from |
hr Prleeta of the Bun. Sometime after* a*d* the ftBueman in
oDversInc with a Prie«t, obtained from him the aeeret of lu pre* |
■. Idcn and a.certkloed whore the medicinal herb, were man.,
J* which It waa compounded. The wonderiul virtue, of th.s aril
:\t Induced a full belief In the mind* of the native* the
mlt aculoua healln* |K>wrr» of their Prirtta.
Sln* e hla return to America It haa been tried with the ha| pleat (
rffeelby .everal Ladle, and Gentlemen of high ch*ir,rl"'
liven l: the moat unqoal lied pralae. Thl* remedy having,
need a ■peclli ? In Kerala for huu.lrrda of year*, for ****£****£
,„dcure of Fever and Ague and Billion. Fevers-W now offered
‘“ttiniMtbF mall!'prep aid, for full direct on. for It. use, on re
Crffiuclp^*IH^«rand Manufactory l-s MaraBL, *•
Hr.,,, htimoe. Bank of ..merev -Udlnff.^-Vo^J^
MSII, dial HIM \Vi> aOMU>
SAWING AND TURNING.
THI Oldest Establishment In Richmond, where may be be had
the above articles, in ptrftctic*, at the shorten ootlce.
Belnif confldent of Hiving entlie •atisfactlon, U»e subscriber sou*
cltT«*heretofore, the public patronage. Having recently added
cabinet and carpenters' Turning te his buklne**,the public can no*
**ell—tf W°rk
aoiuAR & Co.,
Commission Merchants,
SIIOCKOK BLIP,
Hlrltuiotid, Virginia, , .__
COVTISn to rive particular attention to the sale of Tobacco,
Wheat, Corn, Cotton or other country produce, CtajjlBJ*"*1*
ofwhleh are rce^ctfully solicited._J,.4-dl>m
VIKUIIVIA
BURNING AND LUBRICATING COAL OILS.
THK (IRKAT KANAWHA COAL AND OIL COMPANY,
“OonalaUug of luma cituom or ova ow« appointed a*
Aetata for the »alt* of their jually celebrated
BURNING AND LUBRICATING COAL 0115,
the quality of which Is warranted roa* and uaancLTgaaTgn.
We invite the attention of Apothecaries and Dealers throughout
th. Mate to our supply, which will be large and sold by w/uUmoU
owly aUh, lowest Factory price*. oooc„ , KU„01A.
KICliAUDbON’S
IRISH LINENS,
DAMASKS, DIAPERS, Ac.
CONSUMERS of RICHARDSON'S LINENS, end those dealrou*
of obtaining the GENUINE GOODS, should see that the artl
clea they purchase are sealed with the full name of the Arm,
J. N. KM HAUDSON, NONNA OM IHtN,
a. a guarantee of the aouudnes* and durability of the good*.
Tl,l* caution Is rendered essentially necessary, as targe quantl*
tie* of Inferior and defective Linens are prepared, season after
season, and sealed with the name of RICHARDSON, by Irish
Houses, who. regardless of the injury thus Inflicted alike on the
American consumer and the manufacturers of the genuine Goods,
will not readily abandon a business so profitable, while purchasers
can be Imposed on with ^•^^'‘aT^LOOKM.
fc&—1y Agents, M Church »t*wi. New kork.
V' o i ICK OF CO»FAttffNBI»»*IHP.—MJTH1E
^ LIBBY, of Richmond, auJ ABBAIIAM BURrON, of FeUrs
tmr*, V*., have formed a eo-partnerahip. under the»tylcof LIUBV
I BURTON, fur the purpose conducting a •■roetTjr* Nliip
Chandlery uud I oiuiuImIou Ituaim-a*. Ihe old
stand of Luther Libby, corner **h and •ttrewtj.^^lssi'osssl.
ABRAHAM BURTON.
Richmond, Feb. 16th, ISM.
Ill AVK to offer my thank* to my friend* and curtomer* for for
mer liberal patronage, and to ask a continuance of ll e .ame
to the new bustneasof Liauv k Bcrtoi. LLTHKR LIBBY.
mcnuionu, »co. iw, __
gXiHANUB HOTEL HO,.„K
in ircentlnk thto c»r4 to Ui« public, wc return rainy rordlal
thiirit to our genernui patrons (or the kindness we have received
at their hands, and hope that the ItifW Order of AHiilrw.
to be initialed hept 1, ISM, will receive the same encouragement
Jiat our previous eSorto and labors to accommodate guests have
01 Messrs JOHN P and THOMAS K. BALLARD are now the Pro
prietors or the I'stabltshmenl, and each ooe pledges himself to da
vhat the comfort, convenience and requirement* of the r guests
demand. _ „ .
W« desire to keep and maintain, what our ucairea rails Tor, a
p||{vr «’L \NN IIOTPIq and We promise to use renewed
etertiou* to render the enUblUhment as comfortable as possible.—
With polite agents, and ready, prompt and attentive servants, we
s.hall rudeavor to afford complete satisfaction to the travelling
^ N. II. A previous card, long since published to counteract the
influence of a baseless rumor. Is sufficient proof that our establish
ment ha* never been closed, and that, since its publication, we
have been in better condition to cutertain visiters thau theretofore.
AU rumor* as to closure, or Intended closure, we desire our fruntU
to notice as false, and *fr«m</#rs, intending to visit us, as wilful
•^representation*. _aw*1—
FIFTH AVKMT: HOTEL, N. V.
AT THE INTERSECTION OF BROADWAY,
Opposite Tlutlmoil Square.
f|TMIS LOCATION lsth- most healthy, delightful, and central !n
1. this great me rop lls, and very couvenient to the Hudson Riv
er and Boston railr ad depots.
There are four distinct lines of omnlbutscs that psst the Hotel
nearly every minute durloc the day and evening, besides which
there arc two heise car railways. the Fourth and Math Avenue
l.ru s, which terminate Bear Wall stiwvt, and run continually on a
* I . 11 itei Mpoi
tBB'ty for obtaining a seat with more certainty (and u>s loss of
time'than at any Other point. These lines of onrdbuisef, and
hoi sc cars, aljo run direct to the Ciumut. l**aa, which is consid
ered to be the roost magnificent natural pleasure grouud In the
BB ML . , m
Trie entire arrangements of t> e establishment are the result or
mature study and experience, and render It the m“*i comforta
blsaad Honu like Hbt 1 In lit# world. All the Improveaieuta that
comfort and convenience have suggest.•<!. have been Introduced.
Every pree uitlon has b-ea taken, during construction, to se
core the positive safety of guests from the dingers of contUgra
Hob Subdivision double brick walls extend from th- rock toon
,t. Rtslk r All ..I th. losa i'- IuM\ V* ■ •
icon, a lay* r of ••m-nt, making the entire structure fire proof.
Am sf other leporWtot ib to the Bsual
|fl a - \ T% 1 K fff*t to
upper (to trs is In sttcces-ful operation, upon aplau which admits
of oo poss'hlllty of accldtnt.
i | , ■ . rrtdors, hfa»s| a sisbwim
i upon each of the dx stories giro Hght Bad air, in the
higttest degree, to every apartment.
-
mj Pai u« ng xrl i and ti Dining R k>i •••* there Is a
i | ubI ■ ta i
.have I
pec iliril • i f >i thi • imfort of famlli s, travelling partksjuid
dngl- gentlemen.
An lv rhange, containing th- Journals of the day, and ill I
, . aCg, i r, turner i l Intercour e and business, h:n been
• ms the Hotel, and there Is a Tel
•graph OS *• connecting with ail parts of the country.
bill . r l and L’t t?xs K w»maol the nw at approved style and appoint*
taeiiLM, are provided for the u«« of g text* and Hi- public.
IksVirsmi e and every article cf use In the establishment, nas
hc-n expressly dedgned and manu actuied fur tl»e Firvu Avast *
lloTKI_
All communlcvtlons for spirtmenn, or upon any buslo-ts con
nected with th- house, should he addressed to “Fiitu AVSSUK Ho
ibl,” In order to ln«ur Immediate attention.
The entire organist! <n of this Ho el ha* be* n under the direction
1 vi r PA KAN HTaVENB, | ;• toi f Rex re and Trenuat Baa
M i !•, wltM
Contin-ntAl l!«*tel, Philad tpMa
It will aff r I the underslgoed much pleasure to see you on your
next visit to «ur city.
Wuh much respect.
Your obedlen* «ervanta,
HITCHCOCK, DARLING A CO.
A. R Dibling, late of “BatCe Hon**-." M<»hdr.
II. lltTcuo* u, ** Mi?t. CharM Hotel,” New Orleans.
JyS-am __
A ( AllD.
Ri. n*.»an CwntSL llcra, A
Oerner of 9th and Grace Rtreets, v
December XI, tSflfl. )
fglHR nnd-ndmed, appreciative of the patronage hesu.wed du
i ring the year about to done, desires to offer his gratefi I ac
knowledgements to those who have favored him with their ©urn
^To apeak of the locality of this llotrl were useless, unhsa to
strang-rs, ami tAciV att. ntlon Is called to the fact that, while It Is
not liable to the bustle of a business street. It U near to the princi
pal public buildings—the Caidtid, the Mate Court House. Pohtofflcc,
and Custom House, Hanks, (Merchant Mills,) Tobacco Warehouses,
Ac., and immediately In front Is ihs
WASHINGTON MONUMENT.
The bc-iUt \i! want* nr Uie i I .■''luare, wiwunciccucrj »uu«*
thouU a*M much to attract the iojourruT.
The attention of the j ubllc b resj ectfulljr invited, with the aaiu
rauce that every wflort will be made to give »atbfactlnn.
F&AKCltf J. SMITH,
|ft] Proprietor
ri a i o h~T. ii o x a a a
On (Ii<‘ Uuru|M‘:tii 1*1:111,
CITY Of NEW YORK.
Single Rooms50 Ots. per Day,
CITY HALL SQUARE, CORNER 0E VRANKYORT BTREKT,
(Oppoite City Hall.)
Meals, as they msy be ordered In the spacious Refectory. There
Is a Barber's Bhop and Bath Rooms attached to the Hotel.
N. B.— lli-wari- of ttuunens unt! Hncknieu, who
eay we are full. H, KHUNCM,
naS _proprietor.
l»«o7 1'KKWII DRV GOODS. 1MJO
EE LETT DR E WRY.
IVroKTUU AMO JoNUKtt Of
DRY G o o n s,
No. IT Pearl Street, lllelimonsl, Vn.
ISTK have In store, and arc now receiving, black and white and
YT fancy English Prints; black and colored English Cambrics;
rolled Jaconets. Manchester, Glasgow and Erenrh Ginghams, Al
pacas, Irish lJnens, Blay Linens, Burlaps, farmers’ Satin, Wors
ted Cords, Ac., Ac., of our own Importation, selected In
the European markets In person, by our agent, Mr. William Bell
We have also In stock, a large assortment of American Fabrics,
suited to the present season, ahlch we will sell on the most favor
Mbit* term* to the trade.
f*4 KI.LCTT A DRKWRY.
NEW FAMILY GROCERY,
Corner of Second ansi ITI a I n Street*,
(GIAN INI’S OLD STAND.)
1YIIK subscribers, having leased for a term of years, the above
property, and greatly enlarged ami Improved the s»in», have
opened and purpose keepings F1K8T CLASS GROCERY,to which
the attention of the dt tens of Richmond ami surrounding country,
(and the ladies in particular,) are respectfully Invited. Their stock
Is entirely new. anil has been selected with great care, and pur
chased at the lowest cash prices, and will be sold at the smallest
living profit for cash, or to prompt customers.
from the superior quality and great variety of their stock, they
feel Confident that It Is only necessary for famlllrs to call and see
for themselves. In order to Induce them to make their purchases.
tr-Gooda sent to an, part cf the Cty. Ml wm A PC
DEAD qiAUTERE
BOOTS AND SHOES,
No. 93 Multi Street, RICHMOND, Virgin In.
¥ JACK'S Bhoe Wore, PS Main Street, offers facilities to families,
A whether In City or Country, for laying In their supplies of
shoes, that are rarely met’ with, being enabled to furnish rvery
member ol a family with any description ol shoes, Ac,, for house,
parlor, or out of door use, both of Ids own snd the i est North
ern manufacture. Farmers sending measures will be supplied al
moderate prices, with good shoes. Including brogues of my own
make, for field hands.
In addition to a constant supply of all kinds of shoes, of my own
make, I have as great a variety of the best Northern made Bools
and Bboes as can be found In any house In Virginia.
1 Invite all in want to call at the large Trunk and Bhoe /mporV
am, pit Main Ptrcel
, JOHN C. PAG f, JR,
(.(Il i t:i: s PATENT
KNITTING MACHINES,
FOR plain stocking and fancy knitting,
. —ALSO—
Machine* for Knitting Drawer*, Shuts, kc.,
Or ALL 81ZK«.
Kib Machine* of 1 A I, 4 fc 1, 2 A 2 and 3 k 2 llib,
ON If»Mil AND MAPS T*» ORMHL
THEBE Machines use the plain English Bprlng Needle, on a new
principle, anc arc the cheapest and most rapid machines for
knl'tmg in u*c. . .
The nofier Patent E troll, Knitting Mschlne for fjmlry (lari
1'I, into turn us/. Is a new and snccearfol fcatuie In the useful In
vcuUuua of the age. Mid ranks w|(h the Bewlng Machine.
agency ani> bales room,
Wo. 577 BROADWAY, NKW V«HK.
JsT-dfim HENRY C. LKt, Aem,
860. SPRING TRADE. I860.
DOGGET 4c ANDEKSON,
CORNER OF GOVERNOR AND FRANKUN STREETS.,
rvFFEBto their friend* and the public, a of lll
A rt„ck of French and American PAPER >
... ,, ,]c tnd deign, for parlora, chambera. dlnl"* *„ .
ST iuo Pl«x>r »"* Table" Oil cieth. all u““
& niattlng, coco matting, window ahadea rf W
i.* Furniture, Bofa w5ch • 111 b i aolil
aS^^ggfflgcaC T»*
AASU, blind and door
Manufactory.
30RNER 7th AND MAIN STREETS, RICHMOND, VA.
merger & HILL
nachlnery and the bet quahty of materials, they will war ant
^Persons who are edthelrikolldltig or repairing, are respectful., In
'^W-1 ml era from the country will receive prompt aUcnUon.
flTpurchasc (Has* at facu.4 prlctm, and are enabled to furnlah
taah glared at the lowest rate*. MKRCKR k HIM
»P*4—iy___ _ ___
LIGIITE ft BRADBl'ttRY’S PIANOS.
1ITK CALL the attention of the cltltena of
\Y mond.and Mrginla, to our Piano Porte '.'‘.'Eaf ;.:'
»C have placed with Mr. Carusi that their
n ever, respect, may be teated by U.e ride of theM 1 I U
* Wc'warrant our Planoe, and can ahow a« tdgh “l4JK 'J'JJJ
rou teatlmonlal* ** any factory In the cooulry AU1 of which can
«*.£_•* c““' “ nTSaWafflbmr.
CIIICKEIUNG PIANOS.
A HEW and full supply of these splendid Instru-^-—^^^
ments have been received. ME&saf
In addition to the bcanUlul Hoi* dc Nnl*, thcClr n 1 IVj
rular Action, and the Grand, we have now the Boo- II I I I*
dolr, a beautiful Instrument of an upright form.
The Chlckerlng, have received 8S first prise medals, all over re
nowned com|.etli<'r* and from Cnt rank Inatltutlon* and fair* of
America and of Pure,pc. They have manufactured and sold mote
Hm.uom than any factory In the world.
From ihr Chlcktrrlnir* have emanated the beet and mo«t perma
neat Itnprorcment# that hare brought the Plano to lie P"'
rectlon; and by the great capital they have Invested In manulsc
turtng conveniences, they can sell fully fifty per cent, cheaper than
any other factory. None of their Instrument* eave the warcroom
without having been fully Inspected by the best artists.
As this factory haa never more than one H*°*J ln * '’**• 1,1
Richmond these Instruments can only be cold by the subscriber.
The factory warrant* all Plano* we eeU. Order* promf Uy at
Wareroom*. north ride of Broad etreet, near 9th, and at BabUs
Hreth^e. No. 199 Main ■lr^THT CA1OT1, go,. Agent.
OLD DDTIINION INSIBANIIB COJ1PAN*
trut, un.ltr St. Ch-lrltt Haiti.
Thl* Company ls now prepared to receive application* for FIRI
AND MARINE INSURANCE ou favorable term*.
Maseru**:
Gab. Wortham, John H. GreanorJ
John Inder., Oeo. 8 Palmer
Baml. M. Price, Wm 8 Triplett,
B. t. Ladd, 8 C. Tartly,
Jno. Ktewait Walter, Wm. Currie,
Luther R. Spllman, Ja*. R- V"“h»w,l
peter C. Warwick, John H. Williams,
Jaa. 8. Beat, Mark Donney,
Horace P. Edmond, Jlioj. Jones,
Jas M. Talbot, Rdwln A. Smith,
Griffin B. Davenport, Bo. A. Paine,
Geo. W. Yancey, Bo. P. Williams.
Jos. Brutnmel, Wm. P. Ragland,
Wm. Brent, Henry C Cabell,
Ro II Maurer. Oeo. W. Royster.
no. it. maurey, jgggC DAVENPORT, Ja . PreildenL
Cha*. K. Wostham, See*,. _ mai5— tf_
Eir« lunuraiMte, ;f»uriue iiinurauce.
THE VIRGINIA EIRE ft MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY.
Ornos No. 181 Mai* 8t***t, Rtonosn, Va.
CASH CAPITAL, $200,000.
CHARTERED In 1885, and haring, during IU existence of twenty
six years, met claims for loss to the extent of largely over a
VI ILL I ON OK DOLLARS, H refers to the history of the
i ait as affording the very best guarantee for the future.
Being a VlRGINlACOMPANY.Ita profit! are diitrlbuted amongst
her clusens, and Ita Capital uied to promote the tucccaa of hei
Commercial and Mechanical Industry. . „ .
By the long acquaintance of thii Initllutlon with the Insuring
Public, it has become famlllsr with their Interest!, and no pains
will be spared, or Information withheld, on the part of lta Officers
that will tend to Insure accuracy and give satisfaction.
To Farmers and Country Merchant* we can refer—from the Tery
extensive country insurance already secured—to highly respectable
citizens la almost every portion of the State. , .
Applications for Fire or Marino Insurance, aJdre»ed to the
President or Becrettry. will rscoly. ^P^aSd,. Present.
WnxtAK Will*, Ja., Beeratary._ mhl»—ly
Fire, Llfcaud marine liiaiimnce
fllHE RICHMOND TIRE AB80CIATI0N with a cash caplUland
L surplus of uearly *460,000, Is prepared to Issue policies
on the above descriptions of rliks on as reasonable terms as any
•Imllar Initllutlon In the State, and respectfully ask a share of the
patronage of the public. Application will be reecired at the of
Bee No IS' noith cast corner of Main and 11th street#, where th«
officers will cheerfully glee any information required.
All leases promptly and liberally adjusted.
DIRECTORS:
Ohas.T. Wortham, John H. Clalborrs,
Wm. C. Tompkins, Robert M. Burton,
John J. Wilson, Thou A. Bust,
Alex. Garrett, Geo. N. (Ivathmey,
John T. Sublet!, Pra. J. Barns.
DAVID CUKR’E, Prest.
Rnaaar A. Tourirua, See’y. >' _
IUFKC'IIAISTN*
XISri3TJPlA.XsrCE COMPi1 .NV.
OOirc No. 153 .Vlalu SI., IClcliinotid.
MARINE INSURANCE on Veesela, Cargo, and freight.
INLAND INSURANCE on Goods transported by rlyers, cana s, or
land carriage. _ _ ...
FIRE INSURANCE on Merchandise generally, Dwelling Honars,
Warehouses, and other Buildings fit town or country.
POLICIES Issued at current ralea, and losses promptly paid.
nw/rcTQi>N! _ ....
Jos. «. Anderson, Bam’l J. Harrison. Davl.l J .Saunders,
) as. L. Apperaou. R. B. Heath, Geo. D. Shell,
Wm Ilrcc.len, Kd. M.Corthjr, f. flu-arns,
David J. Dorr. K. Miller, John C. flinion,
Wm. H. Christian, Wm. G. Pain*. E. U. Sklnker,
John Doolev. Samuel Putney, Geo. J. Sumner,
U W. fllasebrook, John 1-uretH, Tli. Taylor, Jr.,
Lewis ttlnter, John D. Guarlea, Wui. O. Taylor,
G. P. Wataon.
ARCH'D PLEASANTS, Preit.
J. H. Momaru, Sec'y. M
ui rHOItlZIiO CAI’ITAI.. .*600,000!
the planteITs SAVINGS BANK,
or THE CITY OP RICHMOND.
rilHK PLANTERS PAVINGS BANK, having an ample Cash Cap
1 ital and Chartered by the 1-egUlature of Vlndnla, will receive
0 -oalteiol FI v<- Dollars and npwanh, on which Intercut
m be paid at the rate of Six per centum per annum If remaining
-i* months, or five per centum per anuuui If leal than aix moullis.
Inter* l payable Nollll-tllllttul IT, If desired.
Drpoalles received at their office, at the store of Messrs. Duke A
Hutcheson, No. 40 Main 8treet>
J. J. WILSON, President.
A. A. llMVnwwma. Treasurer. Mall—1?^
HI AIUFACTVB BBS*
SAVINGS BANK.
CHARTERED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF VIRGINIA I
finds INSTITUTION will receive Deposit t, on which an
I. interest of **> per cent per annum Is paid on all sums remain
lug on il*pniltc longer than sis month!, and five per cent when
remaining a shortet period. . _ . _ . _ .. ,
OrriCH At the Hardware Store of 0. J. Bum* A Co., T1 Main
Itreet, and at the Hanking House of R. II Mitnn A Co., corner of
Main and Wall street#. G. WORTHAM, President.
I). BAKER, Jr.,Hcjretary.
a J. BINTON, Treiauier.
DIRKCTORH.
Ro. H Maury, Wm. Taylor,
Jno. II. Oreanrr, Cornelius Crew,
Jaa. M. Talbott, Wm. Holt Klehardaoa,
Hiram M. Smith, A. W. Conant,
R. 8. Turpin, Ro. J. Christian,
Ohaa. Talbott. W. B. Rosi,
Anson Rlrhardi, franklin Stearin,
R‘ k' ' .^t plcmbgr,
1 tlliMl Till I.AItGK and HKAI TIFIIL as
d\ sortment of the various style# or Portraiture execut'd by G.
W. MINNId, at his Photograph and Tine Art Gallery,517 Main
Street, Klchm nd, Va , may be found 1.ikroco.es of the following
well known and distinguished gentlemen, all of which bear tistll*
mooy to the , xpcrlence aud iklll of the carious Artist! employed,
and the welt earned runutalton of l*l! Gallery :
Kx-Gov. Wlee, Mon. Mr. nrr, ». u.,
•• l.leut Gov. Jack*on, Jno. R. Thompson, lt»q.,
Lieut. Gov, Montague, Rev. Mr. Rico,
lion. Jas. Lvonx, Rrv. Mr. lVterkln
» j Caakle, Rev. Mr. Duncan,
Judge Lomax, Rev Mr Mlnegerod*,
“ Tjrler, Rev. Mr. Baker,
•• llopklni. Rev. J. L Burrow*,
Chxa. Bruce, »»q., Kev. J. K. Howard*,
Gen. Wm. Walker, Rev. Mr. Seeley,
Capt Joa Mycra, Rev. Mr. IVerton,
Rev. Mr Jeter, Rev. Mr. Kepler,
Rev. W. A. Smith, Rev. Mr. Wllraer,
The late Rev. Mr. DlbreK, The late Judge Butler, 8. O.,
The late Judge Clapton, The late Kdgar 4 Poe,
Rev. Mr. B»ggt, Rev Mr. Bchrlgley,
Duplicate topic* of all the above for sale, and every atvle of
photograph executed from Ilf* or copied from email picture* and
warranted to pleaae. ma80
VULCANITE TRUTH ! (—TV
VULCANITE TEETH! Sk.^>
GRIAT IMPROVKMFNT IN ARTIFICIAL
TKETII! I'f
0. W. J0NK3, Dxxii-t, having the vlgM for making TBBTM on
the vulcanite plate, anti being eatiefieil of He abeolute eu/ieriorUy
overall other inithixt*, having thorough’, tested It tor twelve
numthe in a large number ami e.ime of the uiaet difficult ease*
where gold and nther plate had utterly failed. (\mimtnde it with
entire confidence to those desiring full or partial eel* of le-th, *a
iieciallv ifdieextiefi'd with thooe they are note ueiny. The per
fect adaptation if the plate, and the ruction thereby eecured,
enable* him lo laaert one or more teeth without clae/o, which, In
the gold plate ha* rendered *o man* teeth painful and tweleee.—
Having been adopted by thoae > landing highest In the prnfcealon.
North and routh. testimonial! will be given and apcclmena exhlbl
led In thoae wtahtng to are them.
Gold or any other j date made, of eourae, for inch ax prefer
them
Filling, cleansing, regulating and all other operations genlly and
thoroughly performed
Teeth extracted without pain, by electricity, having ertracled
eome two hundreil teeth with it.
Office hour* from S to 3>g; from to «, on Main at, between
3th and 10th.___ _mas
C2 12 O R G I« B. 8TEE Lt
DENTIST,
Office & Resilience SouthSide Main k between 7th and
bth Streets,
(Floe Joon aion Onn*\aw'a Nmo BoUL,)
RICHMOND, VA.
HAVING an experience of ten year* In hie Pro- u ■■ ^
fesslon, he feela confident of giving uilifio- lp> ^
tlon to thoae who may favor him with their patron- i (TV , v
kpp rohlft-6m -a-ULI/
NOTK'Kt-Aa we are determined to furnish onr frlen
tomeis and the public generally with the eery beat of Goo
In our line, cither manufactured by ouraelves or Imported, for La
lle», Gentlemen, Ml***? Hoyt, Children, at the lowest price*, ac
cording to the quality, all In want call -n
ALEX. HILL A CO..
Manufacturers and Importers,
No. HI Main Ht.,
1*4 Richmond. Va.
Tilt: F1IIAT FHFtlt TI
CANE SEATED CHAVR iHAMKACToH V AND IV ARK ROOMS
Noa. 223 nu.l 226 North Gth Xtrect.
rpilK great**tl variety of styles lultable for Parlors, Dnai
I lug rooms or Chambers. Pi
Alao, rich New .•tyle* of Gilt Reception Chain, I.adlea l^PI
8cwing Rock**r«, Camp Chaira, Ac., Philadelphia, Pa. * l '
MR—1? I H WI8LVR.
FINF MQI OKS.
WK have In itore, Imported direct from France, by the "Lone
Rtar,"
100 run fine Glaret Wine
fit) baskets C!i>mpagtne Wine
ft caaks floe French Brandy
besides a large lot of very superior old Wines and Brandies, on
que*llonable a* to age and purify, having been bought In bond.—
A Uo, laond ’ n Porter. Hcotrh Ale, Irish and 8cotrh WhUky, Old
J tinalcH Hum, le. Oar atock of Virginia Rye Whisk v comprise*
ant of thf to »t brand*, a part of which I* ve jr old and •operlnr,
all of which we will sell U a small advance. In Ms to *ult pur
rha**'ra. JOHN80N, YOUNQPR A OTfY.
% No 1ft P»**rl Htrert, Richmond. Va
UniE^FRRM'll TIM >KS.
AI.4RGK number of th~a- cr.nrrnlrnl Trunk*, with Bonnrt
Boxes Inahle, Driven, Ac , will be »o!d rtlivmely cheap, a*
m«nr ladle* have found W Ibclr •atlafactloii, at
jyS, WM. WAIAH’8.
RAILROADS. 4C. _
agmwBWi Tf TT'iliil
OFFIOI RICHMOND * PETRRKnUiG R. R. OOMP T, (
Richmond, Va., July -Til), 1 SCB. |
POM this dal* Iho seherm'e on this rosd to Norfolk sod
will be changed. Psuengere will leave Rlchmor d St
I a« A. M., breakfast m Petenbu g, and reach Norfolk by 10.JO A.
4 Returning. Iraee Norfolk at 1:20 P. M. and arrive In Rich
mondat d JO p! M. _ THUS. H. WYNNE.
Jy27—1m *_ 8opt_
Richmond and vokk
RIVER RAILROAD.
3IUSAP AND ATTRACTIVE ROUTE TO OLD POINT
AND NORFOLK.
FARK 42-DINNIR EXTRA- (No Breik fait will be prepared on
the Boat)
On nnd after MONDAY, Augu*l 6th, passenger traini will leave
Richmond daily. (exceptSunitajs,) at i a. M., stopping only upon
Ilgnula at Fair Oats, Meadow, Dispatch, Summit, Tunilall «, 1
rt.tian Town, Cohoke, White Hall and Romaoe jkc, (and arrive at
"iTie f»»t and e'olumodlouv steamer WIST POINT, Cspl. J. D.
R..we will leave King snd Queen Court Home landing Monday*,
Wedueiday*. and Friday*, at 6* A. M., connrctlog with Ihe cars
at Wesl Point, and »topplng on algnals only at Clllton Water
Fence Shepherd's Warehouse, Moody's, Cai-paho. sic Hlglrrr,
Yorktown ami Gloucester Point, and arrive at Old Point, at 2 A
M. and Norfolk at 8 P. M __ ,
Reluming, the St-amer will leave Norf *lk Tneadays, Thursday*
aud Saturdays, at f A. M , and Old Point at b:15 A. M , landing
only as above, and connecting at West Point with Ihe ear* at 1 P.
M , end arrive In Rlehmnnd at 8 P. M.
No Boat lauding* made. . _ ,, .
Freights received Mondays, Wednesdays and Prldayt at Rich
mondunillbP.M. and at Weal Point Tuerdayi, Thurtdsji aud
Saturdays until 6 P M.
Pare from King and Queen 0. II., and other points on the
Mattaponl, to Norfolk,.. .W 1,0
To Richmond. *
Ptotn Richmond to Norfolk... * Uv
” 7_„ _R, H. TEMPLE. Supt.
l VXFiiliri IOI N, COnPOHTA- fTTrffijmui
Vj ULE aku MOST ECONOMICAL KOUTEro
vuu VIROINIA SPRINGS, VIA THE RtOHMOH) • DANVILLE,
SOUTH-SI K AND VIRGINIA A TENNESSEE RAILROADS AND
OPPOSITION LINES OF STAGES, Insuring to the traveller ample
room, attention and l-.w fare*. .
For Greenbrier White Sulphur and the Sweet Hprings, t.ekets u
Boosack'a Drpot, 4'! ltd; thence by opposition lint* of stage* to the
Sweet Springs, f.p Me ytreamf ruts r/ «f.ige /art, 48. and to th.
Greenbrier While Sulphur, «2 «l, being 4» »« “> the bweet and It
40 to the Utocnhrler While Sulphur Sprioga. There arc alto op
uoelllou lines of Stage* running from Salem depot via the Roan
ok* Red Sulphur Spring*, and a line of alages Itom the Montgom
ery While Sulphur Springs, via the Mountain Lake and Salt Sul
phur Spring* to the Ure uurler White Sulphur Springs.
For Coiner's Springs, purchase tickets to lion** ;k s D-pot, price
* For Roanoke Red Bulphnr Springs, pordiue ticket* to Salem De
pot. price $7.40
For AUeghany Springs, purchue ticket* to ShawsvUle, price
*'yor Montgomery White Sulphur Springs, purchase tickets to Big
Tuur.rll, price |H.Sft* _ . .« .
For Yellow Sulphur Spring*, purch**e tlckeU to ChrUllantburg
Drpf-t, price $S 4.' * „ . M n ,
For O'.tl Ecu bulphur Spring*, purchase tlckeU to Dublin Depot,
pri“** W' K. H. GILL,
Je29—d8m Gtnl fnp’l Va. A Teon K. R.
■ICHMOND AND DANVILLE K.1ILHOAD.
HiIV
JS(*0 Summer IrrHEgemenl. 1H00
To TUB VIRGINIA SPRINGS AND TUB 80CTU AND
SOUTHWEST.
leave Richmond, dally, (Sundays escepted) at T A. M , for June
lion (Burkevtlle.i Lynchburg, Bristol, KnosvlBe, Dalton, Chatta
nooga. Atliuta, Nashville,Grand Junctloo, Memphis, Montgomery,
Mobile, Jackson, Tlcktburg snd New urleaos . , „ ,
Leave Rlchmoud daily, (except Sundays,) at • o clock, A. M., for
Danville. va., and Greensboro’ N. O. Also. f°r'h' “""’/S'™"?
White, Yellow Sulpl ur, Alleghany, Sweet, Red Sweet, White Sul
phur. Suit Sulphur and Red Sulphur Springs.
RETURNING,
Leave Danville dally, (except Sundays) at 5 o’clock. A., M-, and
Junction (BurkevtUe) 11':1U, A. M , and arrive In Richmond at 1:10,
1 The Mall and Passenger Tralr a connect both ways wth the South
side Railroad tra'ns to and from the Southwest at the Junction..nd
kith the Richmond, Frederlckeburg and Potomac ballroad train*
to and from Ihe North at Richmond, and with Ihe York Rlvrr Kail
road. *bo, wllhtne James ruv-w bhu«»u
1 0ri^r„r Throogh Tickets and further Information, apply "t the
Ticket OlHce. CUAS. 0. TALCOTT,
jjj, Uen’l Bop t.
V I eg! N I A S P It IMG s.
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT
FOR THE
VIKOINIA CENTRAL KAILKOAD!
IMPROVED FOR 1800!
WITH LITTLE OR NO NIOIIT TRAVEL COMPARED WITH
OTHER LIN>8.
TUIS WELL-KNOWN ROUTE,
VIA
RICHMOND AND STAUNTON
TO THE
VIRGINIA S P BINC3-S .
on. r» ill In Vmr Improved Comfort b>- Hrdn
vlue HteNlghlTrayel 111 Miiumi wills Is,
saoslrtl to III*' «r. at, r .Safety ol llie
Hall »n wi ll un llie Map purl
• of thin Llur, eosmitn nda II
lo all plrantirs-neeas-rn an well an in vis I Ida.
THIRTY MILKS OP 8TAtl.NO OVER KINK TURNPIKES TO
T1IK WHITE St'LPUUK SPRINGS!
AGAINST
9IXIY EOl'R MILES STAGING OVER ROUQU R0AD8 BY
ANY OTHER ROUTE.
MORE COMFORT AND yUK'KER TIME!
IJA83ENGKRS leave Richmond nt 6 80, A. W., dl-e at Staunton
and arrive at llie terminus of the Railroad by S --1, reach Cal
laihan's Celebrated Stand by » P M., and leaving alter llreakfast,
and arilve at the Wilt.-Sulphur or Sweet Springs by I* M.,xr,oui
dav, telug at I ast five hours In advance ol any other line—
Should a partv unite In requesting It, they will have the privilege
of leaving Callaghan's In time to arilve at toe Spring, lo.brt alloi.
Tlo.e going to the Rnrkbridge Alum, natli Alum, or WurmSpring.,
Ink" the Stages «t Mlllborough Depot, where they arrive at I 80 P.
il, an,I reach thoae Springs respectively to supper llie same dav.
Those g.lng to t ic Hot or Ilea lag Splines, stay all night at the
Wurm Springs, and leave there next morning so as to arrive at tl e
II... U. II.—t.. V....UO—.. O-.I.. u.rl>0..a'. gpslnge,
lake the ala. e at Staunton. Those f ir Reek bridge llalh, atUuanen,
arriving at each place respectively lo supper.
Throujr h T i c k e t a
AT THE PRICKS NAMED BKI.OW.
Ciobf procured at the ticket office hi RIclinniDil
RATES OP FARE FROM RICHMOND.
wmtr rribw'Siii. ool'rd met? a its.
To White fcilpl.ur. 111 Hi IS 00
0w.r4 Sulphur. Wftl IM
llmlirg Springe. . 1® 3® 7 IA
Hoi ttprlope........... 10 00 7 8®
Warm i»|»rlngs . 9 30 7 8®
Bath Alum . 9 W
Rorkt*rhl|e Alum .. 8 75 J '*®
htrihllrstf'n Alum. 7 95 t 00
Rockbridge B»ih« . 8 .*<0 f» *5
M<ntpom«-rjr White Sulphur . 8 25 5 50
Children over 5 end not nrer 12 year* of eg**, half the price for
trliit** pereona
|y NOTICK.-Through Thkela can be procured In Charicaton
attheotBcf of the Nor.he.'staru Railroad Crnip«ny( and In Pe
cr-bu'K ai the office r.f the Richmond and Pricteburg Railroad Co.;
and In Norfolk at the office of the Norfolk a Ps-tertburg Oo., thr
Ynrir River Railroad Co , and the office of John Dickson, agent of
the J wen Hit t*r lUt.it Line. Also from Nashville and poInU couth*
wesl by Lynchburg and CharlotlcavUlc to ail the Fprinfl.
TllOS. DODAMKAD,
General Fupt, Va., Central Railroad.
II arm am, Mnmx k Co., Stage Proprietors.
Vlttumi CENTRAL RAILROAD
BUMMER ARRANGEMENT.
Mail and PnHsenjztn* Train,
IE A V E Richmond dully At C:>P» A M , for Staunton, and
J dully (except Sundujs) for Ja-ksnn'a River and Intern,dial,
xtutlons—connecting at Gordonsrllle, with the Orange and Al-x
Uiolila KuHroad for Alexandria xml intrrmedlule RLuilnn., and xt
I hariottesvllle with their trains for l.yochharg, and points West of
that place
Slug i connect with the Train at Staunton for Stribllng’s
Bp rings,. ml Hannan, Mason and Company’s Stages connect with
llie train at Goshen for Lexington, at kllllboro for Die Rock Mum.
Bath Alum, Warm, Hot and Healing Borings, and at Jackson's
River for Die Sweet, Red Sweet, and White Sulphur Springs, Lewis
burg, Ac.
RETURNING.
TV- If afl and Pstipnirpr Train Isavh Jickion'l River illilf
ccpt Bundtjrf) at 0 I* M.
yarThfunvh Tickets for the Rockbridge and Balh Alum, Warm,
Hot, Hexlln/. White «u nhur and Sweet Mptlnga, Laxlogton, L*wU
burp, Ac Alio, for Wlochexler, Lvnchhurg, UHftul, Knoxville,
Cl attxnooga, Nwihvllle, Hunt*vhle, Meiuphlf, New Orleans, ami
all important Points In the South Wist, are l * be procured at the
Thk-t Office.
Through tlcktls for Winchester via the Alrxxmlil*.Loudoun and
Hampshire IUllronl from Alexandria, can be proeured at thi
Ticket Office In Richmond.
THOMAR DODAMYAD,
jj21 Oeneral Hopcrlntendent.
SOUTH-SI f>K UAILKOAD.
ON ANDAKTKH MONDAY TIlKMd AP-fg
gut, the passenger Tralna, will run aa fullowa:
FROM PETERSBURG TO LYNCHBURG.
Mall Train atari* dally at 6:30 A. M., reachea Lynchburg at 11:M
P. M.
Passenger Train (tart* dally, except Sunday*, at 4:45 P. M.,
reachea Lynchburg at 18:80 A. M.
FROM LYNCHBURG TO PETERSBURG.
Mall Train aUrt dally at 11 A. M., reachea Petertbarg at 6 P.M.
Passenger Trains atirla dally, except Sundaya, at 10:80 P. M ,
reaches Petenburg at 6:30 A. M.
Theee tralna connect with two dally trains to the Springe, Knox
Title, Nashville, Memphis, Ac.. Vo New Orleans.
ppr- This la the Shortest and most expeditions route to all part*
of Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Lomsana. Arkansas and Texas.
The City Point Train leaves Petersburg daily, except Sundays, at
7 A. M., and 11 Noon, and City Point at 3:30 A. M., and 1:80 P. M.
Extra trains are ran to and from all the steam packet* when ne
'““r7- H. D. BIRD,
,uM General Superintend ant
1864). NOTICE._ I860.
TO PASSENGERS GOING NORTH—NEW’ ARRANGEMET.
IMPORTANT TO Tit A YKLLKK8.
THROUGH T1CKKTSASI) THROUGH CUXUn,
GREAT NORTHERN ROUTE.
CARRYING THE GREAT UNITED STATES MAIL
TWICK DAILY—Sunday night csoMtod— between
RICHMOND, ALEX ANDRIA, WASHINGTON,BALTIMORE,PHIL
ADELPHIA, NEW YORK, and »U important points West, Ac
quis Creek and Washington, the
RICHMOND. FREDERk’EKBl'Rb AND POTOMAC RAILROAD,
To Die Potomac Kleer, 76 mllea; and by Bolended and comfortable
steamers tkenc. to Washington, 66 miles. In all 130 mile* In 7 hoar*;
being a comfortable and perfectly iufe rate of speed.
HT Hours of departure 6.110 A. M., and 7.00 P. M. _
IV Baggage under rharg. of Spec's! Agents, OMCKIP
THROUGH to Waahlngton, Baltimore, Philadelphia and New
York.
Throngh ticket* can be procured at the following ratal:
To Baltimore.. |7 00 To Waahlngton.$ 6 60
To Philadelphia. 8 60 To New York. H 50
To Cincinnati. 52 60 To Bt. Louis. 89 60
To Oolumbu*. 90 85 To Chicago. 88 00
To Indianapolis. 98 00 To Pittsburg. 16 00
To Cairo. 89 80 To Louisville. 98 00
To p*ytoii..59 88 To Decatur. 80 78
To Jeffrraonvllle. 95 75 To Newark. 19 96
To Rock Island. 83 00 To Ylnccnnei.*8 00
To Zanesville. 18 60 ... . .
Passengers breakfast and aup at Ashland, and dine an board the
comfortable ateamera between Acquis Creek and Waahlngton.
For further Information, apply at this nSlce, Broad Street,
Bhockoe U11L J*!: JfIvN?TPN’.
Gen 1 Ticket Agent
BAM'L RUTH, Hnpt. I
OBec R. ». A P. R R. 0*., V
Richmond, Jan. 91, 1868. I 1“**—“
NOTICK.—Persons wlading to obtain tickets ror servants over
the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac R. R., for Wash
Ington City, anil pilots furtlier North, must, In all dice be vonch
ed for by some responsible white eltlaen of Richmond In person,
known to the offletrx of the Road, as no tickets wl 1 be aold If ap
plied for by letter. A. P. A LI KM,
ma90—ly Ticket Agent
FAMILY KNITTING MACHINES.
A Nrri'tkil]', n noiircool Profit, llcallli
aiikl I’lfiiaiirc.
Tr« Aikbw Karmeo M tcwiax Oo. harlne located their principal
Oflle. in N> w York, aie prepared lo supply their tap# Hoe KNIT
TING MACHINES to order, wholesale and retail. The AIK**
KNITTING MACHINE la aeknowledged superior In all other*,
both In speed and execollon, capable of knitting perfpetlv It'.UMI
lo- pa per minute, from a ‘Ingle t> read. Uitrrs Piilrnl secured
both lu this and European countries Bend for a circular.
J. H. AIKEN,
mall—d8m 43V Broadway, New York.
_HARDWARE.
Win. F. BUTLER 4k SOS.
VIMPORTERS 0* CHISAAJIDEARTH!SHARE,
10 Pearl or 14tb llrerl.
If AVI no* OD hand a general assortment of goods In thstr Baa
H. ml table U the Retail Trade, constating of
DINNER, TEA and TUILET SET^
AND DETACHED PRICES,
3LASS WARE,
WAITER".
PLATED GOODS,
BRITANNIA WARN,
WATRR COOLERS.
REPRIUKRATORS.
JAPANED TOILET WARE,
PANCT CHINA GOODS, Ac..
•blub they are offering at low rates. They respectfully ask an as
tro In. lion of their STOCK.
_ WM, P. DUTI ES A NON.
W. S. HUTUII I’It'S GOODS.
JUST reeclred, l.y sleamer from Eurnpe, a large supply of W S.
Batcher's Tools, and Cutlery of every kind to which we re •
u -ctfully solicit a call fi um our old customers and any other persons
I„ warn; T, ROBERTSON A SONS.
Importers of Hardware and t'utlery,
M; No At Main st._
CUTl.FttV.- We have In store a fresh tnpply of nearly eve
ry kind of Pocket and Table Cutlery and rclaaora of Jo rpli
Rodgers A Hons, Geo. Wcsieoholm A bona and Mappln Brothers
make, of which wc are sell og very low.
T. ROBERTSON A SONS,
Importers of Hardware and Cutlery,
,o7 _ No. Main at.
NAl’LOK’S CAST STEEL.
WE have Just received, of direct Importation, a largo and
complete assortment of Naylor's and Marshall's beat cut
steel, couslstlug of „ , ,
Hut are assorted from IX Dr IX Incha*
Octagon “ “ X to IX “
Round Machinery assorted f'ora X to IX Inchu
Double shear steel assorted; all site*
MUI Pick cast sled “ “
Patent Hammer steel “ “
Granite Wedga “ “
To which were spectfully Invite the attention of OranlM Work
ers and purchaser* generally. For sale at loweat rates by
W. .% G. DONNAN
BS|t Iron front W. Block Governor Htrett.
is««.
WILLIAMS Ar. KLTsIOTT.
«7 main Street, Klchiiiond, Va.
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE A RETAIL DEALERS IN
HARDWARE,
PIKE EDGE TOOLS, Bl'ILDl.Ma HARDWARE, FARM I Jib
IMPLEMENTS, Re.
HOBS, spores, FELLOES. SPRINQS, Axles, Bolt*, Banda,
Leathers, Cloths. Trimming*. Ac., Ac.
MACHINESTS’ GOOD&
Belting, Packing, Circular Saws, Dole’* Saw Onmmera, Fllea,
Wrenches, Steam Coco, Whistles, Gauges.Ac.
Agent* for the BALTIMORE BELL and BKaSS WORIS, Allen’*
Patent (.TEAM OUAGE*. and Croekett’a COACH VARNISHES, Ac
Locomotive and Steam rngine builders, Rallrcad and Gas Com
panies. Ac , supplied with Brass Work at manufacturer's price*.
mylS—ly _ _ __
I860. SPRING TRADE. 1800.
ROBERT J. PENNY,
Dealer In Hardware, Cutlery, Toola, dee.,
Embracing every variety of articles adapted fur
BUILDERS, MA CHIN ISIS, dc HOUSEKEEPERS,
No. 90S. abova via Basis.
I HAVE now In ator* the largest and moat com- *u—waa
plete stock of English, German and American ^WBBHBW
Hardware 1 have ever had the plc*scre to of
ter, and respectfully Invite all In want to eiamlne
the same before purchulng elsewhere. My goods are freah, and
having beta purchased escluslvsly for cash,! am prepared to of
fer them upon the lowest term*.
In Farming I tuple mental enumerate Hoes,Hand-Plows,
Shovels, Spades, yorkes, Raks, Scythes. Snaths, Axes and Chains.
Together with GARDENING TOOLS or all kinds.
In Houae-1’urn I air I tiff Coo da my stock Is also very
complete— vli: Pine Tea Trays and Walters, single and in sett*;
Jap su'd Toiletl BcU; Tin-Ware; Since-Pan*; Tea and Preacrvtaf
Kettles; Cutlery; Pine Ivory Handle Knives; (In do*. and in seta,)
Double Plated Porks and Spoons; Brushes; Hair and Feather Dual,
era; Tubs; Buckets. Mats; Brooms; Cooking Utensils, Ac., Ac.
And In Uni Id Inc .Tlatrrlula, particularly, I am constantly
prepared srilh a Urge and complete stock -vis: Locks of every dr
Bide and Axle Pulley •; Bash Cord; Screw Wrenches. Cut and Wrougl t
Nails and Spikes, and all other articles for building purposes; k
ether with Tools of all kinds.
PT Ordsn oarsfaily and promptly attended to.
ROBERT J. DENXT.
nhW W© Main strret. abcTe the banka
I i.VHHIALK HOLTS, COACH SCREWS AND
\J TIRK BO*T8.—We have just received direct from one of the
->est manufacturers, a large and full supply of Carriage Polls,
each Screws and Tire Bolts, well a‘sorted, every site, to which we
respectfully solicit a cab from every 01 e in nred of such articles.
T. ROBERTSON A SONS.
apIS No <6 Mala it
nR .NS ANDOMA1N M 1THKS, CUADLRI.*
VJT We respectfully call attention to our asaortnirLi of
•‘Waldron’s” Grass and Grain Scythes, all sixes
“J. C Colson’s” Patent do do do do
Grass Hocks and BhkleS
Superior Cast Steel, Weeding and Hilling Hoes
Spades and Shovels of various makers
IL.rkj, 2,S and 4 Prongs
Those In want shall be furnished at the lowest market price.
my4 P T. MOORE A CO^W Pearl Si
K. VI. BOSUEK'
COACH ANI) HARNESS MANUFACTURER.
No. 3!)3| Corner of UlMinand Utli Slreets.
HAS oii hand a large and general assortment of Carriages and
Harness, of his own manufacture, which he can confidently
recommend to those In want of a good, substantial and fashionable
vehicle.
II* will irafce to ordcrany article la Ui« carrlagv lino,.ud *111
uk every tIT.rt to pirate tho.e who m.y f.ror hint with their pa
tronaRr.
Repair, executed with ncalneas and dmpatch._fea—ly
OAKHlthhV ailimtiEH! CAUHIAUtRt 1
HITCHCOCK & OSBORN,
RICHMOND C A K U 1 A (j K HAUKH0U8K,
No. 213 uud 215 iTIain Street,
Have constantly on hand V
I ke Laigi st A best * ssorted KlockQA*mflm
OF CAKKI tGKN IN WV*
THE STATE, JfflL—»—
insisting. In part, of the following
STYLES
Oaleches, Phaeton*,
Coaches, Chaises.
Brett Phaeton, Bar&ucns*,
Bit-seat Rock ways, Buggies,
Five Scat do Top Fu/tf*,
Four Seat do do Wagons,
Two Seat do, Oonc rI Wagon*,
Road Hulkeys, Trotting Sulkey*,
ilide Seat Boggle*, do. Wagons,
Harness and Whips.
It is confidently believed that r.o stock of Carriages In this or any
ther market Is more worthy of public attention, embracing nrarly
ill the latest styles and Improvements that are desirable, and will
•e sold at the lowest possible prices, and warranted the usual
-r.K"' Of time. We present OOF sirtc. ie thanks to our patrons for
heir liberal patronage, and hope to merit a continuance* of their
’avars.
WF All kinds of Carriage repairing done promptly. rahf
COltUUUATFD UltOll.HT I1KON AND
WIRE RAILING.—(Secured by Letters Patent.)—Admirably
adapted for enclosing Public Grounds. Cemeteries, Balcony*, Cot
lares. Ac. Sheep and Os Hurdle, Patent Wire, Hackling lka.1
tealr., with every variety of Folding iron Pc'.dstcads and Iron
Furniture Patent Wire Coal Hereens. Ore, Baud and Gravel
Screens, Wire Netting for Moaqulto, hheep, Poultry, and other
purposes. Wire Hummer Houses, Fancy Wire Work In great va
riety, for Gardena. Ac.
M. WALKER A SONS, Manufacturers.
No 535 Market, N. E. corner Sixth street, Philadelphia
M>—Hy
HHA Nil CUTTING.
■llfC undersigned having removed hi« shop under the TOUAC*
l CU EXCHANGE, corner 13th and Cary Sts , begs leave to In
form his customers, and the Public g. nerally, that he Is now situ
tL*d so as to execute all work (wM< h he may be favored w th) In
the best workmanlike manner,and at the)»horL-*t pos lblenotice. If
you want a Brand lor Tobacco,Fluur,Grain bags,Machinery,or aoy
•other articles you w*y manufacture. s«n 1 In your orders, and wr
will Rcesmmodate von nn Uie most reasonable terms, and guaran
tee to give you entire satisfaction.
Also, a fine lot of Branding Brushes, Kev Checks, Brass Letters,
Ac. A . K. G1A1IAM, Brand Cutter,
Under Tobacco Exchange.
Cor. 13th A Cary HU., Richmond, Va.
IBM. SPRING IMPORTATIONS.'M
.< • WTV1I tlWl.'V A
Importers nritl .Jobbers.
1 RICHMOND.
WE would call Uicspecial attention of the merchants of Vir
ginia and North Carolina Mailing our market this Spring, to
our unusual large stock of Kurelgn Goods of our Importation, which
we will offer at as low prices is any louse In tht country; we
enumerate in part;
White Goods, Dress Trimmings,
Bilk “ Threads,
Linen “ fancy Goods,
Hosiery, Bmall Wares,
Laces, Gents’ furnishing Toads,
Ribbons, of all kinds,
SHAWLS.
We hare also established a manufactory for Mantillas, Cloaks
and Ladles’ Wrapping generally, anil mill be prepared to exhlMl a
arge variety of these Goods, of Ihe neweet ilyl.t and patterns,
made exclusively at home.
We solicit an examination of our stock, bring determined to offer
everv Inducement to Southern buyers to make their purchaser In
our market.
feW—ly_GINTER, ALVET A A RENTS.
K. J. CATRON. RICH’P. RAVLt 1,
Essex Co., Vs.
R. J. CAI’ROJf A CO.,
Commission Merchants,
97 Bowly’a Wharf,
BALTIMORE.
R. J. Oapron lx the active member of tks Brm. mhkfl—dtf
GENT’S LASTING GAITKIIS WITH TIM
and without, very ruperlor and handjome, at
mvfft__*M watAn-*^
GENT’S imtent leather GAITKUB.
As good ano handsome as can be.at
myffl wv waLBHH ■
JOHN C. SHAFER A CO„
DRAPERS AND TAILORS,
EXCHANGE Bt'lLHIiNG,
I 4th NTHEBT, IJK II 7IOND, VA.
Would reepectfully call attention to Utelr new styles of
Spring and Summer Goods.
mhT___
- , v i AM:’ OE WHISKEY, WAKK ANTED to
t)\ f be IS yrmn old. end eqo*l to nay thing of the kind to be
found, for tele by M J0NK8.
RKAD! RKAD!
L. Is voir* pure Ohio
CATAWBA BRANdT.
WK the ondertlferd have leen duly appointed the only and
■ole kgrnta for the axle cf th'a truly pore Medical Brandy
for the city of RIchmonA This Brandy haa be»n th« roughly an
alysed by the 8tale * Mayer, l>r. A. A Bates Chemist, and Prof.
Upman Sheppard, Charleeton, 8 0., Frcf J R. Chl'U*n, bew York,
Prof. Pratt, of Savannah, I’rof Lemon d, J R M<’hola and Dr Oox,
of Uoeton, and pronounced by tnrm to be strictly pore, and an
excellent stimulant In all cases where pure brand e« are Indicated.
Th*» manufacturer of tide Fine *r%udr ru%rat.tee« (or will re
fund the taea y,' that U will cure the Cholera Infantum Summer
CenjJoint with Children, Diarrhmi. Bowel <\*tn /Joint, Ihfnptp
flatulency. Cramp Colic, htngour, Law Spirit* General
IhhiBty and fferrounneen
I’hyatcier-i are row prescribing It In the place of Paregoric; not
having the deadning effect of that me Urine upon the brain.
Tt.e Phv»lcl*n» In tide city are toilr lied to apply to the city
agrntk. who will give them a bottle free of charge, to try befo«e
prescribing.
Inuteftran infant tU week* old, one Utej>oonfuI, diluted In
two table spoonfuls of cold water, and given by the teaapocnful
every five minute* until relief Is effected.
Adults ard children In proportion.
The want of pure Medical brandy has long been felt In this
country.
Tli, properties rontalard In this Brandy srs more atrlngent
than Trench Bran-lid Thl* thr manors’ Hirers claim are the
merits, and challenge Ihe world to disprove these tsc’s
ISAAC JACOBS, ihe O’.lv appointing agent fnwt’e 1’nltcd Rule*
anil Canada W and 1 AS Third strict Clulnnall. Tor sale by
Jylg—2to_SNODORABS A JOHNSTON.
(1 |iNf HELTINO.-A Bill aaaortmenl of the New York
J Belting »nd Pack'ng Company’s tuperlor Gum-Belting, from
one to 11 'nches wide, always an hand, and for aale, In length* to
ault pu-chaaera, at fsrtorv prices. Bella, of extrl widths god
thickness ordered from the fact’ry «t a few daya notice
Also. No. 1 Lxrlrg l.ea’her, Helt TU/p., Brit Hooka.Belt Rlvrla,
n,n, ParV'ng In ahrcls of varloos thickr rw, Pl’lonP.iking for
Ux-nmotlve and Eiatioutry Engines. Engine lloer. te , Ae , for
JSeby O. J 81 ft TON,
• „i t Aeent for the Mannfacluren, 71 Main at.
IMNE OLD WHITE WIIINKY-An article that
' glvro almost universal satlsfactlor. Kept coos<aaUy ca hand,
f,r sals b> A. ■. MUG RE A gent,
JyS7 9*fJ
SHOCKOB VOVBBBT * HACHINB SHOP
OORNKR Of CART AND 1TTH ST R KITS,
Ricmwae, Va.
Talbott A BROTHER. Proprietors of the above WOIO,
are now building PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES, of aa Im
proved cooetroctloo, of all sites, from ■!« to forty Ho roe Power,
Bailable for Circular Saw Mills, Threshing Machines, and otr lf
purposes, which they Sailer themselves are fully equal, If nut M*
ncrior to any Engines built here or elsewhere.
They will also furnish STATIONARY STEAM ENQINBP, from
ten Morse to any reqaired power. ,
CIRCL'LAR SAW MILLS, of tho moot approved oonatraitleg,
and of various slaeo.
PUMPS and WHEELS for WATER WORE!, PORTABLE Gill!
MILLS, and IRONS for MILLS of all kinds.
RAILROAD WORK of every description. «
TOBACCO PRESSES, KLATTKNIMi MILLS, sod all articles aw I
In manufacturing Tobacco, together with every kind of BRAS! a><
IRON CASTINGS and WROUGHT IRON WORK.__ •
fii PHILIFKAHM, fii
- KAGLE MACHINE WORKS,
Obey, Mtoemt l«tt and 1UA Struta,
RICHMOND, VA
NIANFI’ACTI RFR OF
PortAbl* End Stationery STEAM EN0INE8 of any required peww,
with either Locomotive, Hue or Oy tinder Bcllen;
SUGAR MILL*, CIRCl'LAR SAW MILLS. IRONS FOR FBI
TICAL SAW MILLS, GUST MILLS, DRAINING MAOHINtt.
uutuLE, Liras and ruranu uicvioee,
TOBACCO FACTORY FUTURE!
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION,
and all kinds of
CASTINGS IN IRON amt BRASS.
The subscriber was awarded by tho 0. 8. Agricultural f eclat l,
held lo Richmond, Va, October, ISM, the Gil AND GOLD
NIKDAL OP HONOR for Ua tut ForUtNt Rons Asptmo
ftrr Farm tut.
He kuroao, by permission, to Governor Henry A. Wise, Meters.
Warwick A Barksdale, Dunlop, Moncure A Oo. and liaiall, Orel
thaw A Co._ polS—ly
LOO AN WALLER.
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Richmond, Va.,
SELLS Tobacco, Wheat, Corn, Hour, and other country Tra
duce. He has oo hand a large number of Bags, which can bo
obtained by thott who employ him, on the terms charg'd by Rail*
road Companies.
He la assisted by Mr. Joura 0. tmwoon, long and favorably ,
known In the surrounding counties, aa a gentleman of greet acUvf
ly end energy of character.
ftf~ Office oo Cary street, two doom below Colombian Hotel.
July IT, ISfirt—|n It_
a. uainoruun. a. tismliv rsra. rasa una u.TTSBwr,
HKIOGFOKDA CO.
GENERAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
MERCHANTS,
ON THE HOOK,
MilRll linO.VD, VA.
E. II. SKIt KLlt A I’O.,
GROCERoS AID COHMIMIOJV KERCH ARTS,
SOLICIT consignments tf WHEAT, FLOUR, CORN, TOBACCO,
and other country Produce. Advance* made on com Ifmmt-i ta *
In band. de T
a. ■. Dicxmoa. ■ ». bill. o. a. mill.
DICKINSON, HILL Sc CO.,
AUCTIONEERS
AT their old atand, corner if Wail and Franklin atreets, itlll
continue to fell NIX3KOK&, both publicly and privately.
Person* entrusting their Negroes to us, may be assured In gett'af
the highest market price for them. Jet
IIIXTOK DA YIN, Aiirtionwr,
PKANKLIN STREET, RICHMOND VA.,
SELLS SLAVES, both publicly and privately. Persons entrusting
their Slaves to him, may rcet assured of obtaining the highest
market prices. fcg
KING * LA.YIHETII.
CARRIAGES! CARRIAGES !! CARRIAGES III
RICHMOND COACH MANUFACTORY,
Franklin Street,
. . Ob«S^u« re below Kicliaap' Hold
W* Invlte all prnona In want of , .
HOME MADE CARRIAGES, ./■
dnx To call and examine our stock, as we pro- r JTMJC
pose to sell abetter article for less money
than CARRIAGES of the »sme quality can be bought fur W- the
Northern cities. We have been engaged lu building Caxxiagm
more than 9S years In this city. Our work has proved satisfactory ‘
to all who have bought of us. We are more largely engaged In
manufacturing Carriages than any other House In the (Bale, em
ploying over 50 hands.
We have on hand a large assortment of Fashionable OAERIAGKS,
of superior quality.
Caleches, Two Seat Rockaways,
Coaches, all styles, Fheatous,
Charriottees, Top Buggies,
Barouches, Baggies without Tops,
Four Seat Rockaways, Sulkies,
Slide Seat Top Buggies.
Also a large stock of Coach, Baggy and Sulky Harness of oar ova
make, of best material and workmanship:
Coach anJ Buggy Whips, all qualities
Carriages of all styles made to order.
All kinds of Coach Repairing executed in the beet manner and
with prompt ness. ALFRED KINO.
fslT THO. H. LAMBETH.
GENTEEL AND NICE.
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
NICW SUPPLIES.
PUTNFV A WATTS have recently received the following B?cts
and shoe*, manufactured expressly to ibelr order, 'n the most
•uperior style. These are g 0J1 that we can recomim nd to le
the very he.t, *rd of the latest styles. As we have done for the
la t thirty yesrv, we In*end to keep the fior«t and best Boots. fho« s
and Trunks, that r*n be manufactured. We invite our Mends
and the public to call and eiandne for themselves. We mill s«H
them as low as any house North or South.
FOR LATHE*.
Ladles' heel Gaiters. Congress aad lace.
Lacies' fine dress kid and morocco clippers, with and without
heels, very soft r-.nd beautiful.
Ladies’ white til s Ippers.
Ladles' thick wal-lny boots, with and without heels.
Ladies' walking t*ho. s ,
Lad es' listing Bushins, for old ladles, thick and thin soles.
Lad!• «•’ velvet Fllpf era.
Ladles’ dr« a»ir.g Clippers.
Meres' and Ct.Udn n's hhr.es, all qualities and styles.
Boys' Sheet; Gentlemen's One dress Boots, Shoes and Gaiters,
all Styles jV j
1800. NEW SPRING GOODS. 1800.
A. Iv. PARKER <te CO..
No. 1 1.1 Faglckquars,
ARE now prepared to ofer to their friends, and the pnbHe gene
rxlly, a Ltai.x Air aputxDio ktoci of
FRENCH AM) ENGLISH DRY GOODS.
Consisting, In part, of
Plain Black and Fancy Silks,
Rich h.lk. Grenadine and Bet age Rohes, ,
French and English Dress Goods In every variety
Silk ami Lace Mantillas, hhawD,
Faria Embroideries and Lace Goods,
Housekeeping and Plantation Goods.
White Goods of every kind.
Mourning Goods of every description,
Gloves, Hosiery. Ac.
Together with many other articles too numerous to mention —
All of which will he sold very cheap. mhlf
VANLKW, TA VLOH A CO., No. 74 Main straot, hava
in store a large stock of
Butcher's Hies and Edge Tools
Spear and Jackson's Hand. Rip. and Grain Saws
Baldwin’s bench and moulding Planes
Hunts sndBlmmon't chop and shingle Hat beta
Nagdole's Adge eye, nail and brad Hammer* •
Cook's and Snell's cast steel Augers ami Pitts
WlUu-rhy, Beatty A Bradley's Drawing Knives.
Turning La'.hes, Chisels and Goug<-»
Boreiug Machines, tire and breast Drills
ALSO.
Blacksmith's tools of the best quality, for sal 4 be */ea*X aw
HARBISON^
CELEBRATED * .
BARLEY WH|SKEY.
WK arc •riling this WMakty. nude from Barley, which wu In
t-oduerd and mid liy our heart W y. art ago, and acknowl
edged to turpasa any Whiskey eyrg Introduced la tMt market —
For 20 yean It bat preserved Its uniformity la quality ami charac
ter, and we do not find the least change in II In any respect, h-lng . ■
the same now aa then, In dcHcncy. rb hn.ee end purity. Our custo
men stv the same, and we unhcallatlngly offer It to the community
aa an art! le which we can recommend aa being pure and perfectly
free from fuall oil, or any other deleterious article, too oflcn mixed
with the liquors of the prevent day. We have nev r advertised It
before, but feel justified In doing so now, » Kile the country le lood
ed wl h mfsed and manufactured liquors.
As a medicinal liquor, we do not thick It can be surpassed cyan
by the brandies now told.
A supply always on hand, and for tale only by
„ _ . BI.AIK A CIIAMRKRI.AYNK.
tpu-tf No. 70 Main street, Richmond, Va.
iTIORK18, WIIEELER A COm
VORMIRtV
nonRiN a jones * ro.,
IRON & STEEL WAREHOUSE.
Market <fe Sixteenth Streets.
PHILADELPHIA.
BARS, BANDS, II On PS, SCROLLS, OVALS, SHRITS, HORSE
SHOK and NAIL RODS PLAT and T RAILS, ANGLE IRON.
RIVET IRON, SWEDE ihON, PLOUGH PLATE, It. At
CAS1, SHEAR, BLISTER, SPRING, TIRE A PLOUGH PTKEL.
SCOTCH PIG ; also. Agents for the sale of “ WILLIAM PkNN
and other well-known brands of American Pig Iron.
BAR IRON rolled lo any required length, for Bridges, Cara, Ahlre
Building, and Marhlnery purposes generally.
BOII.KR PLATE rut to required dimensions.
FROG bTEKL POINTS A SIDE BARS made to ahy pattern.
AGENCY of the " HARRISBURG " NAILS an.l SPIKES.
CAR AXLES rolled nr.d hammered, and FORGINGS (if alf
thape
POPPER, BRASS, RUSSIA SHEET, and Metals generally, ’
IJLKN, MI LES AND IIOItSKA.-I hav. AlT
IvA Joel received, direct from Krn'.^ety, a very cholac Jati?1
and superior lot of Stock. ( pare MULES wclk. auud tc«
Iron resale™, railroad pnrpotva, street yi<T ,ja«l*tloa use, si) oft
a'llch I will lell, exchange, hvcaS and deliver In Ay. gAf. c c.,0^
y, on my naual ..u-.oipUuMwy low, at Davis a trainhlacn'm.
| \t //.ml.a'i old stand. .
»•'»—U EDWIN WAIKER.
N B. I hall he la raealpt of fresh Clock, direct froaa Ec tacky,
vary month. Enquire aa above. g g
AHHuTTN LONDON BROUN RTOIT-*>havw
jut received direct, a shipment of the above ccie healed llrcwm
Stout, to which we deabe In cal the particular attention . f ■ urcl *e
•era, who desire a prrfeoly pu'e anl. le, b"«tled by the bn err*
theme elvea, and really tup.-iio' to the a-tide gmeratly an he im
this market aa London Porter. For sale only by i
, ,, SELDEN A MILLER,
IV'4_ Cor. Pearl and Cary Streets.
1<7|WH! WISH I! PISIIIM-W, now bar.In .lore 7» *
. bbla. and half bill o' Fish, North Carolina family Roe litr
rtngs, .In. Shad, do. Shad Roe, B. non large No. a Mackerel In bill,
and half barrels, do. email No. S In bbla and half hbM Potomac
No. 1 Gross Herrings, Halifax No. 1 fi-oee and Cot Herrings, for
sale low hy WINSTON A POWER*.
It*
LILLIE'S
■ ape-nctrakleClillIrd Inr
EIRE AND EURO LAW PEOOP
SAFES,
sss.^iW'V'jvjrn' '
EroolLorka, for tale by
JO. 1. SINTON A 00.,
Agents, Richmond.
D. T. wiLuvwa „ tf* mu. nr. maun *
WILLIAMS, PETERS k CO.
Bankeiv and 1 dealers in Money.
184 MAIN STRRRT, , J
RICHMOND, VA.,
Opposite Rank of Virginia,
u *'« *‘,u. a,E »nd Hallway Stocks and
Imnda NrgaUaU loans and make Collections In all the prin
ciple cities and Town, la U* United Stale., on the most fcnnbte
_____yll—lr
'W'rBrfhavvea * large aaaortmenl of EL
aka, Garden low and
**» IIUTB, RHODES A Q0\

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