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RICHMOND WHIG.
TUESDAY -MORNING.JAN. 9, lf'Cti.
Pretty Waiter-Uikl Saloons in Nlw Yoke.—
The New York Sew gives some interesting statis
tics regarding the "Concert’ or -Pretty Wa.ur
tlirl” Saloons in tiothaui. It says.
Numerous places of resort acre established in this
city a few years since, called "I -.n.-ert Ratoons -
Their attractions were mmue. abandoned women
and intoxu ..ting dr.nks. I hey were very attract »e
to ccrta n ■ Us-cs of men who *m- not vet totally
mined, and were resorted to by many who wen y « «
entering upon a course of fatal dissipation. '«*
public m ud was aroused, and a law |>.i—> «t »
pres- them. The effect of the law " ^' 2
itiscmitiiiu.iig the m-isieal enterta nun ul. * '• 1 '* *
tinueil ,-ue. ess of the sil.e.us, ali*‘i -
were di.seoutium-d. proved that ini-vu .ting umiK
ami lewd women were sutb. n .it att:.» ' ■1 1
the aid of music. After this -mod >' •
ing amenable to the Con ' it >al«".n I--1"
have multiplied and flourished, while tin r intl'iem e
and tendeney proiu.-e- to he more and more d.
plorablc.
The Sew gives a told • showing the
drinking pi-tees where young and Comely pros
titutes arc employed nominally as waiters. ti:c e.-l:
mated nuuilier of vis tors eaeh 34 hours. u'nl the
amount of receiptsea h week, as follows
Number of pi n ■ - 333 . number of girl- I l't| v i
itors per day 39 9M* receipts per week edl obi
Here. adds the .Yen-v are nearly l.atat daughters ..f
perdition, aud tlieir numbers rapidly increasing.— ,
Their dupes and victims are counted l>v thousands.
The philanthmpi-t and Christian would be pained,
and eveu men of the world Would be astonished, at
learning the class and character ni the customers id
these dissipated places. What seems the 1-e-t, most
e ultiyated and highest circle ot society, lias more
than its share of representative- amougthe fre<|ueut
ers of the-.- duniele.srt hau.its of u;— pat-on and de
baucherv.
A clergyman, writing from Texas to the Post
(ifli.-e Department concerning a contra, t for . arrying
the mails, says he contributed in no way to the Con
federate cause, except to pray for it- sue* ess. and .
in doubt whether on that account, he can conscien
tiously tak. the tint-oath; but.” In* adds. •• ..s niy
prayers were not an-wered, I think they should not
lie considered as * aid and comfort' given to the ene
my.”
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c
J^I.I N'T A* MOSELEY,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
&* MAIN STREET,
(N**ar Fourteenth, nvxt to “Tima”*” Building.)
Hare ju*t opened with an **ntire new at«vk of DKl'fiS,
AIKDH'IXES, Chemical*, Paint*. uiU, l\v»* sm :■». Per
fumery. Fancy Article*. Soapn, Pomade*. Comb*. Tooth
Brushes, Hair Bru»he*. Sur^oo*' 1 n*trum«nt*, Truvs,
Suj.p«»rter>, Ac. Also fluv *|uality Ci-.ir* and Phcwioj;
Tobacco, and all such article5 a* are usually found iu ,
a first-cla*» Bru;; Store.
Phymcuii>’ PrrscrijitioDs carefully compoutided at
all hoars. ,
JESSE CHILD, with Blunt A Motley. nolle-it* » .
from bin friend* and the public generally. ii«'vi*S-tf 5
JOHN W. RISON,
(Sucee»».'>r to Jos.ph Laidley.)
AP"TUEYAKY AND DKlTiiilST. 1
Corner of Third sad Main sire.!, (sign of (he U' i
Mortar),
RICHMOND, YA.
octie-tf
Meade & baker,
PHARMACEUTISTS.
I'OU GERA’S COMPOUND lODLN’lZED
COD UVEU <»IL
Pos»e«*e* not only all the nourishing properties of pure
Cod Dv. r nil, but alx. the tonic, oliiuulaul and altera
..f l.sHne. ltrouuno a:.,l Ph-.-i,horns.
which »r« ia *uch proportion* a* to render it
VIVE TIMES STRoNOEKthan any oth<*r ; c«m>.*|U«jntly
H very much smaller down may b«: giv< u, and all danger
of nau»ea avoided.
Fougera * DKAQKES and SYRCP of Pyrophosphate
• (lf Iron have received the approbation of the French
Academy of Medicine and luauy eminent physicians*.
The elegant atyln of these preparations f ive» th»*m
many ad vantage* over th© other salt* • Iron and r«*n- |
der* them acceptable t«» the m delicate stomach*.
pougera'a 0RAOEF.S «‘K SANTbM.XK, th- n» • l ef
fective and acceptable vermifuge known for children «»r
grown jK»r»oio*.
Fongeca’© I* AT I Pfvtorai B, or “Iceland Most Pa>|.\'* i
the most delightful of all the r* medics or loKugeu now
u»ed for coughs, h*ar»euess, 4c., 4c.
The above and many other valuable and rare prepa- 1
ration* f«»r sale by .
MEAl'E A BAKER, Pharmaceutist*,
Comer Ninth and Franklin street*,
decNf Richmond, Virginia.
pAMILY DYE COLORS.
Patented octobek is, i*6?.
Black, hark 0.-W1,
Black for Rilk, tight 'reco.
Park Blue, Magenta,
Light Blue, .Maire,
French Blue, Maroon,
Claret Browu, orange.
Dark Browu. Piuk,
Light Browu, Purple.
Snuff Browu, Koval Purple,
Cherry, Salmuu,
Crimaon, Scarlet,
Dark Drab, Slate,
Light Drab, SollVriuo,
Fawn Drab, Violet,
Light Fawn Drab, Yello w.
For Dying ailk. Woolen ami Mixed ll.od*, shawl*,
heart*, Dre**e*. Ulbbon*. *.I \ e,. Bonnet*,
H it*, Feather*. Children'* Cloth
ing, and all kind* of
Wearing Apparel.
*t** A naring of eight, | * r lent. .fsC
For 2A cent* yon can color a* n my good* would
«ib..ra .e coat live limes lha' *ui ' rrioiM shade*
Can be produced from the *.. Th. fr a.** I*
alnple, and any one can n»e the Dye *i . pets * t *ui
Direction* in Eugli*h Frem I. an trut'.*KK ol
each package. H»WI .V sTLVLXs,
• brouilsny, Bo*lon.
For sale by Druggist* and dealer* gencratlj .
oc:ii—6 m
IsORCOlUH AM* AFFECTION <»I T1IE
* U .M.* ..EX KKAI.LV
Wi-rar'. iUDaiu of Wiid Cherry
Dr. Roser'* Expecturaut
Stafford'*'dive Tar
Bryant'* Pulmonic Wafer,
Jayne'* Carminative RaUam
Aver'* Cherry Pectoral . <. ,
Dr Churchill * Uypophoaphu. m Lime and s<*la
Leonard'* Instant Keitel
Brown'* Bronchial Troche, .
For *ale bv " AGSEH.
nov24f Druggi*!. 6th and Broad *ire.'.
CO-PARTNERSHIP NOTICES.
d K i-l’AKTN ERsillP NOT ICE.—I h»vt
1/ day associated a h no Mr J - ■ P' ">•
the bn»lne»» will in future bei .iota. ;ed utider the style
of LEE A PETTYJOHN. ,
Thankful for the patronage extended «•’ me f rite
last twenty year*. 1 solicit ncontinuance ot tue *aiue 1°
lh© new concern. ** ^EE,
jail i r
MK. JOHN N. CLARK is this day admit.
. ted to an interest in my husine**. The same will
be hereafter conducted iu the name *■..! . of JN'».
C SHAKER A • i>. JN" « - SHAFER,
No. 1, Exchange Building, 14th *t., Richmond,
ianl-lm
CIO-LttUTN KKSlllP.—The uadersigned have
) th# day entered into a co-partnership under the
firm and style of
BKl-l.n SHEPHERD X COL,
For the pnrpo*© of conducting a
liKN'KRAL COMMISSION BTSINES3,
For the ***** «»i Rll Country Produce, Lumber, Wool, ;
nn.l hr strict attention to bu*in«»w*. ho|»© to merit
anil receive a liberal share of business from their friends |
ami the public generally.
Mr CHARLES C. ELLETT. a man of long experience
a, a builder in this city, will give hi* personal attention
to the sale of all consignments of Lumber.
Our office, for the present, will be at the corner of
Eighth street and the Basin.
ASHLEY J BELL,
novlf ALB1.N L. SHEPHERD.
C~0-PARTNERSHIP.
^ -
The undersigned have associated themselTes to
gether under the firm and style of
JOHNSTON A BOW IS,
for the purpose of conducting a General Merchandise,
Brokerage and Commission Business in the city of
Richmond, at the corner of Main and Fifteenth streets,
and respectfully solicit the patronage of their friends.
v 1 WM F. JOHNSTON,
Late of Dudley A Johnston. \
v. a hi Avis,
augS—ly _ Late with Van Lew, Taylor A Co._ j
QO-PARTNERSHIP.
The anJornlffiied have formed a co
th* purpose ufc«iodu(tioK a < <*MMI»k>X JJ
th- citv of Richmond, under the Myle of UvXfc*, »
CARRlXGT* X A CO., and will giv# their per.vD.tl at- :
teutioatothe sale of PRODUCE.
J B. FAULKNER.
RuBERT CARRINGTON,
Charlotte, Va.
RICHARD RUSSELL.
•epl-Sa Mecklenburg, Va.
/ i B. STACY A SON,
\JT • Un MAIN STREET,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
Wuoimalu axn Rktail |ieu(u ,,
CABINET FURNITURE. MIRRORS, BEPPINU
ANP CARPETS*.
Their facilities enable them to assure u,,.lr frte„d»
and ihe public that they are pr- pared lo furni.h ever*
article In their lino at Northern prices, Fr. and
Packing added.
They are confident that they can furnish everything
on the very best of terms
SHUCK MATTRESSES
AT VKKT Low rail ts
0. B STACY A SON are anxious to purchase ey. ry
SHUCK that can be delivered to them, and will pay uue.
dollar per Ino pounds for all that ia.iv be delivered in
good order.
Let Farmer* be sure and send Iheirshm-ks forward.
decii-tf _____
Nathans HOOP SKIRTS
With 1 m pro red corrugated iiii.-trociible clasps.
These skirls are
light.
Elastlr,
Mandsom",
And Durable.
The best and Cheapest Skirts tnaniifaclnrod In Ihe
United Slates ...
We h*ve jusit received a full l*o«* of th** v»» skirtH
on consignment, and respectfully invite the attentiou
of the trad, to the same
HALL A HUTCHESON,
ian-li So T, ltth st., a few doors below Maim ^
m^otick.
MR. R. P. RICHARDSON,
In charge of Carpeting. Window shade*. Curtain*, Pa
per-Hanging*. and a general assortment of
HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS,
will, nntil the *econd story of ..ar new .tore i. finished,
occupy the basement story of Mr. John C. Miller’s new
Dry-Goods Store, corner of Ninth and Main streets,
• her; be will be pleased to 'oe bis old fri-i.de
Mr G. P. PRESCOTT, In t hat. •« of FURNITURE.
will continue to occupy the Third story until the sec
ond Is completed, which will b- ia about ten days
deeijf FRENCH A CRENSHAW.
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
| OllN B. FULLER,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER,
Mo. $ Dey street, Mew York,
(la- lu store and ready for Immediate shipment, and is
manufacturing to order,
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY STEAM
ENGINES AND BOILERS,
2 to 230 hors* power : Circular and Upright Saw Milla
. f the most approved construction, of all sires, cutting
7i«- to 1300 feet of lumbar per hour; Grist Mills, Mill
Irons, Water Wheels, and every kind of Mill Ma
chinery; Sugar Mills, Paper ami Mining Machinery;
Tools, Tank-. Ac , for Oil and Sait Works; Cotton and
Woolen Machinerv, Ac.
Ye,Ileal Planers, Woodworth Planing Ma
tron Planer*. chines,
Kt „;,i- lathe-, Grty A W.rod’s Plaulng Ma
Dr.il lath-. chi"," „, , u
ItO.tug M-.ehines. Dani-I- Planing Machine.,
y: I til.. Machtto-., u •u-ding Machines,
Urjight Drti.s, hito s
S: vtu ptitoita, Tpiioitiag M*u
K» r ruin’-* 1‘over M.tchln*rt,
Lifting Poiu; I'"'- Jinrtfclng Machines,
Snefnnt Putups. Boring Machines,
lly-intuin Jacks, Blind Slat Tenoning Ma
hen-w Jacks. chines,
Sh .fling Pullsys and Hang- Circular saw Bench—,
, r.i ' Wright . Patent Scroll Saws
Kul-n.-r and Leather Belt- Patent B«U Sc.- 1: m*»,
j,,-. Circular Reserving Mills
I- :..'r aud Rubber It—e, Upright Reserving Mill*
Plumbing aud Gas lit- Rotary and Mining Pumps
tings, Every description of Ma
S-- m and Gas Pipes, chinery and Railway Sup
-steam and Water Gauges, piles.
CoTTVN GlNs- t irTTt'N UIM8 ' C"TToNGINS!
lavlor. Eagle, Br.-wn, Southern, Craven, Excelsior
., l McC-rithy C-tton tints, u ith engines or horse pow
» r-, and everything required f-r the saiue, in “tore, anil
f tie at th lowest price. Your orders an r—;i-it
.at3-ly •
T^INGSFOUD’S
OSWEGO STARCH,
TliS BEST STARCH IN THE WORLD.
KINUSF'iRD’S
SILVER GLOSS STARCH,
Gives a Beautiful
Finish (o the Linen.
KINGSFOUD’S
OS 'V EGO CORN STARCH.
Tsr Puddings, Custards, Blanc Mange, Ac., Ac., a
pu e. healthful and most delicate article of food.
I4TNBW TORK DEPOT,
jtM and 197 Fulton street.
„f. arm E. C. CHAPIN, Agent.
J > RIDGES a, LANE,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
RAILROAD and CAR FINDINGS,
AND
MACHINERY of every description.
ALSO,
rail's Patent Rolling Lever SHEARS and PUNCHES,
SO Cor«TI.A*DT ITHIT,
Corner of Greenwich,
NEW YORK.
ka I road Axles, Wheels. Chairs,
Si-ikes, Holt*. Nuts, Washers,
. .. <iiin in.! Itri.lk's Bolts.
Iron Forging* of various kinds, Ac., Ac.
Stoll and Rubber springs.
Locomotive and Hand Lanterns,
Portable Forges and Jack Screws,
Ro'ton Puck for Car Covers,
Brass and Silver Trimmings,
Bolting »f all kinds.
Baggage Checks, Ac., Ae.
* l.o. Agents for tho Manufacturers of Car Head Lin
" ALBERT BRIDGES. JOEL C. LANK,
f Jyi—®,ul
■ I) AVKG A’S
* PURCHASING BUREAU,
>•„*. S9 asn 40 Par* Row.
All kinds ..f MERCHANDISE PURCHASED.
Kai.. tiei«ced ami competent buyers engaged.
• Oder- tilled pr.uupllv ai d faithfully at the lowest
p,a„d purchases iuado only from first-cla'a and
1r- 'sv i*r S'- filled. PAYABLE OS DELIVERY, when
a - i: icient sum is remitted to cover Frtdght and Com
• .'illmission* on sums m>t exceeding WOO, FIVE per
i t,missions on sums exceeding $100, TWO AND A
UALFpercenr^r^ ISAAC DAVEGA,
, y , . f P. O. Box 1705, New York.
JOHN ASHCKOFT,
N'0. W JOBS »TRKRT,
NEW Yt>KK,
Manufacturer of an l Dealer in
RAILWAY, STEAMSHIP AND
ENGINEERS’ SUPPLIES,
SUCH AS
A-iu roft's Steam and Vacuum Ganges; Locomotive
Spnng Balances; Steam Whistle*. Brass Cocks and
ii. i Valve-; Wrong lit Iron Pip* and Fittings;
Poii.iLer-' Bra-- Work: oil Cups, oil Cocks, Screw
P. .Jack s. rott-. Hydraulic Jack Screws and
Pi.I.the-, -.few Wrenches, I1.,non Waste, Ratchet
11 . Cruiih.es. Emory and Sand Paper, Steam and
y. . Pump., shovels. Heal Lights fur Locomotives;
1 , ... and s.gn.ti Belts, Wrought and Cast Iron
En ora’ and B< r Mi kens’ Ham
, . r . Hi t ,.-iiii-h-' r.mis and Bellows, Bolts,>ut*and
W - I r-, troll and st-. l, Ac.. Ac.
t rcti tr- forwarded on application.
Adlre-S Jt’HN ASHCROFT,
No. 4t> John street,
Oh,_v“'k
OAFES.SA1 1,>
KUENKEI. A AXTMANN,
Manufacturers of
Kriskki’s lui-RoVBt. Firb akd Bi r.-lar Proof
SALAMANDER SAFES.
THE MOsT RELIABLE s.vFKS NoW KNoWNI
N. las BrooMI Sr., RKTWRKR NoRFOl.R ASD SfrFoLR,
NEW YORK.
aorSO-ly
PA Cl FIC H O T K L,
17«», 172, 174 and 176 o’refnwich §tre«t,
i»u, N'iuarw w*»>t of Broadway,
Between Court!?.nd and Dot *treets»
>’BW YoKK.
JOHN PATTEN, ..PROPRIETOR.
Th- PACIFIC HOTEL Is well and widely known to
Ih- - re .mg public. The location i« eepedally euita
.rehaii - and business men. It I* in close prox
• v • ihe business part of thecity ; is on the higliwav
• -h- rn an l Western travel, and adjacent to all the
i,r net pal railroa t and steamboat depot*.
' lli Puitic has ill" ral accommodation* for ever three
hu idred guests; it is well furnished, and po*ae»se*
,.verv modern improvement for the comfort »nd enter
tainment of it-inmate. The rooms are •paciou* and
w,. [ ventilated; provided with gas and water; the at
; : aa 1 r.-j.ectful, and the table U gen
eroaaly provided with every delicacy of the -eason.
’1 h. "subscriber, who, for the past tew years, has been
the lessee. i» n w sole proprietor, and intend* to Iden
tic himself thoroughly with the interests of his house.
Wi ll long experience as a hotel-keeper, he trusts, by
moderate charges and a tibural policy, to maintain the
favorable reputation of the Pacific Hotel.
_ 1. ... v. „ k..... I* ♦ Va enarknit nf
the hotel are owned by the proprietor.
aep'JS—ly JOHN PATT1M, Jk.
t AMES WILDE, Jr., * CO.,
Manufacturer* and
Jobber* of
CLOTHING,
33 axd 37 Whiti strbkt.
Ft rat door Wo»t of Broadway,
NEW YORK.
Jaxi.x WllDl, Ja. Joint 9. Wild*. Jot. Wild*.
_
/ t RICE & LONU,
* CAR BUILDERS,
TRENTON, ». J.
1>2 Bboapwat, Ntw Yoax,
1S40 Baam Strut, Piiudii phia, Pa.,
\re prepared to execute wt:h despatch orvter* for all
de-criptiona of PASSENGER and FREIGHT CARS.
E'p. iial attention i» invited U'lheir PATENT STEAM
PASSENGER CARS, aow running *o .nceea.fhlly and
. couomlcally < u many Northern aud We*tern road*.
\ 1«2 BROADWAY. New York.
<<pru-M.. J ,i3W BEACH STREET. Philadelphia.
Refer to Gao. W. Gates, Eat)., Portsmouth, Va.
no*4—ly*_
VGKKCY EUR THE SALE OF
CALIFORNIA WINES.
THOMAS C. DB Ll’CB, Agent,
importer and manufacturer of
DE LUCB'8
Bitter*, Syrup*. Cordial*.
Coloring for Brandy,
Ah*ynthe, Curaeoa,
Maraschino, Ginger,
Cordial, Kiiminel, Ac.,
Especially for the Southern market.
Dealer In Wine., Brandlea, Whi.ky, Ac., Ac.,
No. 34 Liberty street.
Bet Nassau and William street*,
NEW YORK.
*** K.ubllshed 1S3S. _au23—bm
1 \CRYEA-S MA1ZENA,
*■ 7 Wa» the only “prejt
aratl®“ M from Indian Cotu" lhal received a
HO 1.1 and h notable mention from the KoyalCotumi*
»|, n. r-, at the gr.-at tuternatioual Exhibition. London,
i- .. Hi- coni|.ent,on Df %n prominent uiaoufactu
"f "tn Marri, »Ud "Prepared ,-,,ru Hour" ot
t .. a.. I other coantr,... notwithUaadiog. M Al/.ENA.
f" 1 *°'' "x,,r7 “* G*. wllhoo, . ,lngle fault.
i " ir ‘ r't‘ the rao.t .keptlcal. Make*
I Id "... I ake*. t U.urd*. Ul»nc Mange, Ac., without
t.tndlo-*. wt.h tew or no egg., at a cost istooUhi.* to
tU.* It. -Hi *m . U-'UU« *1 . A ftlivht ud I... . .nilwlnr
-heal .. greatly ^
also excellent for thickening ri*k*'. U,‘*
B*h and meat, aonp*. Ac Aw lee creamPolking’ran
compare with it. A little hoiled in tnilk will ,ki„,,
rich .ream for coffe,. chocolate, tea.*" W‘“ **rodB**
l*»t up in on* pound package*, under the tmd.
Maiiena, with direction* for n«e. mark
A moat delicious article of food for children and t„
valid* of all age*. For *al* by Grocer* and Drugni.u
everywhere. *
Wholesale Depot, 109 Fnltos street. New York
WILLIAM DURYKA,
J*20—lv _ General Agent.
t STEN A THROCKMORTON, No. 253,
Bowery. New York. Manufacturer* and Dealer*
in Bnilders'aud Lock-mith * Hardware, Nail*. Pulllen,
Cord, Kim Lock* aad Knob*. Burt Hinge*. Hr a*. and
Irna Key* and Caattng , Gong Beil*, Wire, Silver Pla
; tin,, Ac.
All ord*t“, Krg* 'T “-U, famished promptly at 1
per cent, leas than marhet pxiee*. **pll—0b
HEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS,
TTOwis fc MACY,
(Formerly Officers of the Park Bank,)
BANKERS,
Bj. SO WALL STREET, NEW TORE.
PtllR PER CENT. INTEREST ALLOWED OS
DEPOSIT*.
Person* opening account* may deposit and draw a.
they plea**, the ramo as with the city bank", aud will
be allowed interest on their daily balance at four per
cent.
Collection* made npon any part of the United State*
or Canada.
Order* for the purchase or sate of the rarlon* Issue*
of Uofernment and other Stock*, Bond* and Gold
promptly executed for the usual commission.
' au24—tf
mo. t>. power. w* a. bot. *r«H atci.
KHdWLE & CO.,
(Formerly of Alexandria, Va.,)
COMMISSION MERC II A N T S,
IXPOKTEKS OP
RAILROAD IRON AND DEALERS IN RAILROAD
SUPPLIES.
Office No. 70 Broadway, NEW YORK.
[octlt -tj ul ] _
K k N K E I. & A X T M A N N ,
I Mamcpactterr* of
iron b E?M T E A D 8,
Hat Stand*. Crib*, Hall and Garden Chair*.Settee*, Storo
, and Piano Stool*. Umbrella Maud*, and
Iron Railing,
' No. 19$ BROOM* ST., BKTWKES NuSPOLR AXD SUFFOLK,
NEW YORK.
1 Order* solicited. _nor30dy
r C . KOCH,
*No. S3 Bbkkbax StKBBT, COUXSR WI ILIA*,
NEW YORK,
MANUFACTURERS OF
8TATI0NEKY, PIIOTOOKAPHIC ALBUMS, MUSIC
PAPER, VdL!09. BOOKS, Ac. BOTlS-3m
1>1ERS0N & COLLINS,
SHIP and INSURANCE BROKERS,
No. 77 South street. New York.
We effect Insurance* on Marino Risk*, at the lowest
rate* of premium, iu Sr»t-cla*» New York companies,
and Without charge of commission. All premium* paid
,BKCefehr to Charle. T. Wortham A Co. and
Richmond, Virginia. __SZZZ.
T)ICKERSON, REED * C0.,f ^t
TIN PLAT«, SHEET IRON, COPPER, WIRE, ZINC,
And all other articles for Tinner*’ use,
29 asd SI Cliff street, corsbr op Fcltos,
SEW YORK.
»epl2—ly _
XTFTM. A. DROWN .n CO.,
’’ UMBRELLA MANUFACTURERS,
24<S Market Strkbt, d.PHILADELPHIA.
229 BuoauwaT, ).NEW YOUK.
WM. U. PEARSON, resident partner in Now Torn.
[nov4--Siu]
CN RIFFING & CO.,
J No*. 3S ABD 00 CofRTLAM) StRBM^^^
Manufacturer* op
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS aud MA0UINK8,
Dealer* in
SFaEDS and FERTILIZERS.
Trad* nupplied. Send for Circular. dotU-jD>
Hilton & co.,
12S Nassau strbbt,
NEW YORK,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In BOOKS, STATIONS
I V Hill'll. IIUNK BOOKS. Ac.. Ac.
Tin most liberal terms t.> the trade, bond lor onr
Price List aaJ Catalogue, mailed freo.^ & co
Publishers aud Stationers,
M J.V—3m !•> Nassau street, N. Y.
OROWN’S STANDARD SCALES,
rS Used by the
UNITED STATES aud FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS
for more than Thirty Years.
Adapted to any branch of Business for Foreign or
Home Markets.
Warranted accurate and durable.
Sales Rooms No. 3 Barclay street, near Broadway,
New Y ork.
seplb—ly R. BROWN, Manufacturer.
rp 11E NEWS.
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rpHE INVENTORS
AND MANUFACTURERS OF
FAIRBANKS' STANDARD SCALES
Attach less importance to the very large number of
PREMIUMS , , ,
vi.i. i. a---- been awarded to them by scientific, uteclia
nlia'l and agricultural associations, than to the ompha
lic, lar more significant, and to them satisfactory en
dorseuient i.f practical business men, during a term of
vears, extending far beyond and covering the entire
business life of a score of imitators.
Every appliance of power and skill is now being used
to supply the Constantly increasing demand for these
well-known and universally approved
STANDARD SCALES.
F.vory effort will In; used to meet the wants
of our friends, consistent with a retention of their su
perior qualities aud perfect protection of their World
Wide reputation for ACCURACY, DURABILITY’ aud
CONVENIENCE.
Warranted, as usual.
FAIRBANKS A CO.,
nov4~6m 252 Broadway, New York,
Manhood and the vigor op youth
restored In lour weeks by 1>R. RICORD’8 Essence
,,f Life. This wonderful agent will restore manhood to
th” most shattered constitutions, whether arising from
excesses, sole abuse, the effects of climate, or natural
causes. Time re.iuired to cure the most inveterate cases
1- four weeks. Failure is i in possible. Dr. Kieord's Es
seuco of Life is sold in cases with full instructions for
use. at *3. or four quantities in one for *!‘, and will be
sent t j anv part, carefully packed, on receipt of remit
tance to his accredited ageut, PHILIP ROLAND, 34
Liberty street. New York. nov22-«m
UEKK1CKS0N N BARTLETT,
Wholesale
PAPER AND KAU DEALERS,
No. 30 Beekuran *treet.New York.
Printing, Writing, Wrapping A Colored Paper*, Straw
and Binder*’Board*, Tarred Hoofing Paper, Paper Manu
facturer*’ Supplies, and all kind*of Paper Mill Machine
ry. Paper »*f every description uudo to order. Ka#»
uken in exchange for puper. Order* by mail promptly
attended t«>. _ «*ct'al4 ly
Q PABSONS ,
■AVrPACTVBBA
u Ihviri Iivmv VIR V WORKS.
IMPORTER
CHINESE FIRECRACKERS, ROCKETS, ETC.,
MAN rPAOTrUBE
LANTERN’S, FLAGS, BTC.
Also, a large assortment of his own Importation of
TOYS AND FANCY GOODS.
■*r*No. 24 John street, near Broadway,
NEW fOUK.
oetlS-ly ___
piKST PREMIUM STEAM SAW MILLS.
The first priie, the Gold Medal, was awarded to the
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS,
by the American Institute, at their Fair, in Ootober,
1S«5, for the best
CIRCULAR SAW MILL
AND
STEAM KNQINB.
frjft'rders for these, Gang Saw Mills, Sngar Mills,
General Machinery, Iron and Brass Castings, Forgings,
Railroad Cars, Ac., Ac., promptly filled. Address
CEO. M CLAPP, Treasurer,
Newburgh, N. Y., or
L. C. WARD, Agent,
4cc9.lv 55 Liberty street (Room No. St, X. T.
/ t l NS, PISTOLS, FANCY GOODS.
FITCH, WALDO A BARRB,
No. 1> Malden ..*EW YORK,
Importera and wholesale dealers !■
Gl’NS,
RIFLES,
PISTOLS,
AMMUNITION, Ac.
MILITARY and FANCY GOODS,
CLOCKS,
BRONZES, Ac.
AGENTS FOR
COlT S PATENT FIRE-ARMS COMPANY.
eepS—eoJe'm __
ROBERT FOULDS,
inroRTEE or FRENCH, INOLISH AND OKRMAN
TOYS, FANCY GOODS, CHINA
AND FIREWORKS,
Also MANUFACTURER OF TRANSPARENT SLATES
No. Si John Street, New York.
I n<>y4--eo«lly_ - __
/t H. HITCHCOCK,
PRACTICAL GEOLOGIST,
(LATE OF AMItERST,)
EXAMINES MINING PROPERTIES OF All KINM,
*7 Park Row, Nkw York.
n»»7—2tawtf _
Nolen & steers,
Fiftt-third Strkit and Second Atrnkk.
NEW YORK,
Wholesale and retail Dealers in all kinds of LUMBER,
Manufacturers of
%OULDINOS. SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, and BOX
SHOOKS.
Taming in all its branches. Books containing Patterns
of Mouldings sent on application.
dec2t-ly
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
rpilK UNIVERSAL
1 CLOTHES WRINGER
Tbit WRINGER has taken the eiest premium in the
(•rent Fair of the American Institute—also, at the State
Fair* of New York, Vermont, Pennsylvania, Michigan,
Indiana, Illinois, lows, Wisconsin, Connecticut River
VaHey Fair, Champlain Valley Pair, and at most of
the County anJ institute Fairs throughout thecountry.
Over 200,"00 have been sold, and arc now in nso in the
Cnited States, and we neverheardof one boingthrown
aside because it was not liked.
The Universal is superior to all oilier Wringers, In
having larger rolls of solid India Rubber, so protected
by strong cog wheels that they cannot slip or break
loose from the shaft. Its strong wood frame cannot be
broken, and doos not rnst or sotl the clothes. Every
Universal Wringer is warranted.
We select a few testimonial* from persons widely
known to the public, who speak from actual expe
rience, and are above suspicion of misstatement:
«My family would as soon give up tho cooking
stove as this Clothes Wringer. It cannot ho too high
ly recommended."—Solon Robinson.
1 his is the first Wringer I have found that would
,tand tho service required of il."—J. P. UuiiUlN'’
I,ovrjot’s Hotel.
“ We think tho Machine lunch more than pays fo
itself every year in the saving of garment*. We
j think it important the’Wringer should befitted with
cog*."—Oranob Judo, Eoitor or American Auricul
TPRALIBT.
•» j heartily commend it to economist* of time, money
anil contentment.”—Hey. 1>r. Bellow*.
•* It nave* labor, expedite* work, make* tho lanndro**
good-natured, does not toar off buttons, and i* indis
pensable in a well regulated family”—R. 8. Storks,
Jr., D. D.
•• Every week lias given It a stronger hold upon the
affection, of the inmate* of tlio laundry. Every mem
ber of tlio household Is iu admiration of it.”—Nsiv
York Obsrrvbr.
A good canvasser can make money rapidly selling
mom in every town. Exclusive sale guaranteed and
I Uberal term* given to responsible partlos who first ap
' ply. Healers who will purchase a few and pnt them
out ON TRIAL, can soon make largo sales. Send for de
scriptive circular and terms.
R. C. BROWNING, General Agent,
octlS---#od8m >17 Broadway,New York.
OOUTHERN AND WESTERN LAND COL
O
LECTION ANH COMMISSION AGENCY
Have on hand and are constantly receiving choice
Tract* of Land throughout tho South and Southwest.
Parties desiring to dispose of their property are re
quested to correspond.
MAKE COLLECTIONS
On all parts of tlio country.
r*y especial attention to the sale and disposal of
Southern products, and mako advance* on direct con
signments.
MATTHEW H. BRIDGE,
Manager,
No. 9 Broad street,
New York city.
urfkrbncks bt rBBMiestoN :
Hon. BENJAMIN FITZPATRICK, Ex-Governor of
Alabama.
Hoa. A. W. RANDALL, First Assistant Postmaster
Messrs. H.B. CLAFFLIN A CO., Importers, New York.
A. W. OREENLEAF, Baq., Banker, No. 44 Exchange
placo, New York.
EDWARD B. WESLEY, Banker, No. 47 William St.
New York.
AMASA 8. FOSTER, Banker, No. 84 Nassau street,
Now Tork. oct28--8taw3m
-yy II. SCHIEFFELIN & CO.,
BUCCBH80R8 TO
8CHIEFFELIN BROTHERS & CO.,
170 and 172 William street,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF DRUGS, INDIGO,
CORKS, SPONGES, FANCY GOODS,
PERFUMERY, Ac., Ac.
[sepfit—eod6m] _ _
15- HURT NETT,
* (Successor to James T. Steer,
NO. 45 FULTON STREET,
MakcpactpRBR nr
STEER A BURTNETT’S celebrated Patent 1’AINT and
WHITEWASH BRUSHES,
ALSO,
Fine Gronud and Extra 1’AINT BRUSHES, and Brushes
of erery description, of the beat material aud work
i nan* hip.
g^Ordera promptly and faithfully exeentod.
ioy9—«odSm
I TN1TED STATES STEEL l’EN WORKS
^ FACTORY, CAMDEN, N. J.
R. ES TERM no OK & CO.,
STEEL PEN
MANUFACTURERS,
} No. 4n3 Ari-u ktkekt, Hmla.
WAREUnU8ES, J S|> 4.^ jOU!( stuki!t, Nriv York.
Samples aud prices on application. Lota made to or
der ef auy pattern or stamp required.
CAUTION._These Pens are of genuine American
manufacture, and equal in finish, elasticity and line
„r point to the heat imported. They are. there
fore sure to gain the confidence of the American pub
lic. ’ The Lie simile of our signature is sulHcient secu
rity against foreign imitation.
t^Aud fur sale at retail
octSO* HiodSn
ii. REEYES & CO.,
185 axd 187 Water rtrrrt,
NEW YORK,
Manufacturers of Rnd Dealers In
AGRICULTURES AND HORTICULTURAL
IMI’LEMENTS AND MACHINES.
Plo cs and Plow Castings
Hone Plowers and Thrashers
Farming aud Grisl Mills
Mowing arid Reaping Machines. .
Saw and roller Colton Gins, fur hand, horse, (.team
or water-power
lngirsoll's Cotton and Hay Presses
Warons, Carts, Trucks, and Wheelbarrows
Guano, Bono Dust, Super Phosphate Ume
Poudrette and other Fertilisers,
Grain, Field Grass
Gar leu, Herb aud Flower Seeds
lmi rored Li»o Stock, Ac., Ac.
Depot of tho celebrated Eagle Cotton Gins, manufac
tured solely by Bates, llydu A Co. ...
gff'Send for catalogues. _octM-eoddm
pUMPS I PUMPS! PUMPS I
STEAM, FORCE, SUCTION AND LIFTING
P u M P S
OK kVBItY DESCRIPTION J
STEAM AND CAS PIPES,
PirE AND STEAM FITTINGS*
A»V EVERY DESCRIPTION OP
PLUMBERS', OAS AND STEAM FITTERS’ GOODS*
FOR SALE
AT THE LOWEST RATB8,
BT
JOHN B. FULLER
No. S Dry S-ytKRT,
nord-eodly . »EW YORK. _
npUOMSON’S
FRENCH ELASTIC SPRINGS,
THE LATEST AND BEST INVENTION
OP YB R
LARGEST MANUFACTURERS
OP
LADIES’ CRINOLINE IN THE WORLD.
OET THE BEST.
W. 8. THOMSON, LANGDON A CO.,
No. SSI Broadway, NEW YORK.
octlS--endSm
•jQANIH HODGMAN,
MANUFACTURER OF AND DEALER
15 AIL KIM'S op
INDIA ROBBER GOODS,
No. 27 Maiden Lank,
NEW YORK.
novSo--eod3ui ^
ksjFATS corn* out of tln ir holes todio.
iV “Clear the track boya, Slnnebraker a after ine.
' Evary box warranted a dead allot.
A certain destrnctioa to Rata, Roaches, Mice, Ac
lie aare to ask for Stouebraker’a Rat and Mouse Ex
tarunoaler Price only 2* centa a box.
F.vraalahy R. W. POWERS,
I decSof Corner Main and Fifteenthatreet*.
DHl'GS, (MLS, Ue»t .(nality Coal Oil
or Keroaiua. Solar Sperm Oil, Tnuner'a Oil, Train
i oil, Madrina OH, Coal Oil Lauipe, Cbinneya and Wicks ;
! »Uo, Spongee, Chamoia Skina, Ac., jnat received again
1 tv L. WAGNER, Druggial,
"decl2t Corner-Slxth an<L Broad atreeta.
YiTHISKEY, SCOTCn ALE ami LONDON
1 yY PORTER.—A fraab eupply arriving this day.—
i Prices to auit the liniea.
I DANIEL 8. HUFPARD,
| jeelf ^Oovernoratrael.
BALTIMORE ADVERTISEMENTS.
VK'V BACON, I.AKD, nos* I'KhT, &c.
ll fiO,OOU lb- new Hams, Shoulder*, Breast-pieces, ,
Ac. I
20.000 lbs. superior sugar-cured Hams
24.000 lbs. superior sugar-cured Shoulders
20.000 lbs. Sides and Breast-pieces
20.000 lbs. Shoulders, low price
400 bbls. and J-bbls. soused Pigs’ Feet
New Lard, in barrels, pails, Ac., Ac.
For sale by F. ROLOSON A CO.,
47 West Pratt street,
dee9-3m* Railimore. Md.
Orders left with W. B. PAvidsox, at George Watt A
Co.’s, Franklin street, wilt receive pcompt st|cntioti. |
TJUVALL & IGLEHART,
WHOLESALE GROCE R S,
AND
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 60 SorTtt Strlrt,
g! Umimit. | BALTIMORE.
[nov6--6m] _ _ i
A. SHOOT. A. W. HALERS HAH. T. O. BAKRKTT.
SMOOT, HABERSHAM & BARRETT
Impoiting Jobbers of
TEAS,
No. 79 Exchanok Pi aci,
BALTIMORE.
■ep22—4 m
/'t ROVER >V BAKER’S
FIRST PREMIUM
Elastic and Lock-stitch
SEWING MACHINES,
For family use, tailors, shoe-titters and other manu
facturing purposes, lias no o|iial. Sale rooms lsl
Baltimore street, BALTIMORE,
[sepll—Cm]
PAGE, BROTHERS A CO.,
I i>nlv Manufacturers in Baltimore of j
PATENT PARAFFINE'VARNISH,
ROOFING MATERIALS,
Pry and Tarred Sheathing and Routing Felt,
111 Shitu's Wharf, Ualtihore.
sept—ly _ ____
WM. DEVRIES & CO.,
Importers and
Jobbers of
DRY GOODS,
Hat bio Building, No. 312 West Baltimore street,
BALTIMORE, MD.,
Koup constantly on hand a large and attractiTO stock of
DRY GOODS,
To which the attention of the Trade is respectfully In
vited. geplO—Cm
W. B. DAVIDSON, °- r- El’BANK,
of Richmond, Va. of Lancaster county, Va.
j^AVIDSON & EUBANK,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
AND OKNKKAI.
P0RCUA8ING ANl> FOKWARDINO AGENTS,
(Over E. II. Bantz A Co.,)
No. 47 West Pratt streot, two doors from Commerce et.,
BALTIMORE, MD.,
Will 611 all orders with despatch.
[octl8--ly] _ _
yULCAN WORKS, BALTIMORE.
This old establishment, with Increased facilities,con
tinues to oxecute, promptly, orders for STEAM and
other MACHINERY, BOILERS,CASTINGS, Ac. A large
water from on the harbor, wilh a powerful crane,
gives them great ad vantages in lilting out and repairing
Steamers, stationary Engines uf various sizes kept on
1,Hs" pboiem f°r ^““'‘lUZLEnURST * CO.
pATES’PREMIUM HOISTING MA-jU-*l,
m
East Fails Avenue,adjoining Pratt street bridge, Balti
more, Maktlano, Manufaetiircr of every description of
Hoisting Machines, and Dumb-Waiters and Trucks, for
Warehouses, Factories and Dwellings. dec4-3tn
BECKHAM A CO., Cary street, between Eloventhand
Twelfth, aro our authorized agents,whore samples may
be »••!».
J II K R V E Y E W 1 N G,
(Formerly Editor fiiuetU, Williamsburg, aud Examiner,
' (Norfolk,)
attorney at la w,
“• ''■*1 uwnmn..
David t. bushy,
WIIOI.BHAI.K IIHAI.KR IK
BUTTBK, CHEESE, ANIl WESTERN PRODUCE.
Manufacluror»’ Agent for Kingsford’s Oswego Starch,
sticknnv A Poor's Mustard, Mathlen's Vinegar.
No. ti'Exchange Place, BALTIMORE,
[no30—Sin]
jobs a. orkh, w. muhkih ohum uxo. b. uuabk. i
TOI1N M. OREM, SON & CO.,
Importers ;
And Wholesale Dealers in
CLOTHS,
CASS1MKUKS,
VESTINGS,
PIECE TRIMMINGS,
Aud Goods exclusively adapted to men’s wear,
No. 2.18 1I.U.TIMOKK STRKET,
n,yM-ly BALTIMORE. [
r>OOLE & HUNT,
BALTIMORE, MD.,
MAXCKACTtlBK
l’ortable ond Stationary Steam Engine* and Boiler*,
Steam Firo Engines,
Portable Saw Mills, dang and Single Saw Mill*,
Mining Machinery,
Portable Grist Mills, Flouring Mill Machinery,
Cotton Screws,
Railroad Cars, Car Wheels and Axles,
Hydraulic Presses for Oil and Tobacco,
Tobacco Moulds,
GsfcWnrks Apparatus of all kinds,
blurting, Pulleys and Hangers.
sepS—6 .__
LAND AGENCIES, &c.
SOUTHERN LAND EMIGRATION
and product company,
71 BROADWAY,
, Wear Well-... NEW YORK.
W. 11. QUINCY, (laic of South Carolina.) Stc’y.
Organlicd for ibe purpose of introducing Capital. Me
chanical Skill, Emigration and Labor-saving Machinery
into tin Southern Mates; -Stationary and Portable F.n
gilies Saw and Gri.-l Mills, Colton Gills and Presses,
Turpentine and Whiskey Distilleries, Agricultural Im
plement* and Labor-saving Machinery of all kindsfoiii
ished i»l manufacturers’ prices.
Consignments of Cotton, Turpentine uml al.l oilier
Southern products solicited.
White Labor (German, ,V«.) supplied.
Southern Lands sold, leased and exchanged.
Particular attention paid lo the sale of Slate and Rail
road Bonds, uml all oilier Southern Securities.
Aildress W. II. QUl.NCT, Secretary,
71, Broadway, New York.
kkkf.ukmts :
G. W. RlggAEsq., Washington, D. C.
Messrs. Wilson, Gibson it Co., Bankers, New York.
Edward Haight, E»q , President Bank Commonwealth,
Now Vork. , ^_
Henry Stokes, Esq , President Manhattan Bln hisu
ranco Company, New York. ... ,,,
Messrs. W. T. Walters A Co., Baltimore, Md.
Messrs. Thomas A Co., Bankers, Baltimore, Md.
Colonel Wm. Johnson, President Charlotle and Co
lumbia Railroad.
General John Brattan. Winnsboro', South (.aroliua.
Rufus Johnston, Esq., President Exchange Bank, Co
lumbia. S. C. jaidi-lm
OOUTIIERN LAND, EMIGRATION AND
PRODUCT COMPANY,
0R0AX1ZFD FOR THK Pl'ItrOSE OP
itroddCTng
CAPITAL, LABOR AND MECHANICAL SKILL
INTO tub
SOUTHERN STATES.
dhimii vnin-MUH - - -■
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
The undersigned, Hie Virginia Agent and Correspond
ent of the Southern I.and, Emigration and Product Com
pany, Headquarters New York, deeire. to introduce in o
the South, on a large scale, stationary and Portable
Engines, Saw aud Grist Mills, Sash, Blinds, Boor* and
all kinds of Building Material, Cotton Ginsand I re*»es.
Wagons, Whisk. v and Turpentine Stills, Agricultural
Implements and Labor-Saving Machinery of ail kinds,
at manufacturer,' wholesale prices, or lu oilier words,
to save to its customers from 16 to in per cent, of the
amount they would he forced to pay it they go into
market themselves and buy at the lowest figure, possi
ble for individual*. _.. . „
White Labor, German, Scotch, Ac., supplied. Soulh
ern Lands sold, leased or exchanged. Consignment* of
Southern Pr.slucts solicited. Particular attention paid
to Hie tale o! State and Railroad Bonds aud all other
Southern Securilie*. g T w^GHT,
nov25 tf Care TarJy A Williams, Richmond. \i
STOVES, TIN-WARE, &c.
OTOVES, TINWARE,
0 HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, Ac.
GREGORY BROTHERS
Have removed from their old stand at Odd Fellow's
Hall, Franklin street, to their splendid new store, No
S** Muin htr»**»t, b**two*»n Hih aud 15th, whorw th»*y will
keep con-tantly on hand a large assortment of Parlor,
ntlire and Cooking Stores, such as the celebrated Arbi
ter Sheppard, Ida. Morning and Eveniug Mar, Monitor,
Uin Rap, quick Baker, Commodore Charter Oak and
others, too numerous to mention.
ALSO,
A laree assortment of Fairbaok’s Seal.'., House Furn
ishing articles, Pocket and Table Cutlery, Hard
war*), Ae. . . ...
TliAitkf.il forth*) past patronage, we hope, by beln*
nrornnt in bu.iness, a continuance of the s.me.
prompt in GREGORY BROTHERS.
S7, Stain street, between 14th and 16th,
. „ i Ktcbinond, Va
1 ~ AAA LBS. prime bacon sides
ly.lKn! aud SHOULDERS
1 lo hhds o'xnard Syrnp
)n lilids Porto Rice and Dewerara Molasses
to boxes Adamantine, Sperm and Hurd-pressed
Tallow Candle*
in boxes brown and pale Soap
tin barrels Herring and Mackerel
"on barrels family, superfine and extra Flour
| vur ,alo low to close consignment.
] *or FRENCH .1 CRENSHAW
dec30f Corner Ninth and Mam slre-t-.
d t ANDI.ES AND SOAP !
I J pa* boxes Iperm aud Adamantine Candles
Ha* boxes Brown and Pale Soap
For suit, low, to closo consign.at.
>orM“ FRENCH A CRENSHAW,
.'11t Comer 9th end W.iio.
i A HHDS- NEW BACON SIDES,
I 5d barrel* A, Hand (• Kxira SUGAR
]0 barrel* cut l.*f SUGAR
10 barrels powdered and granulated fcUOAk
In ttore aud f*»r rale by
GEURGE I HERRING A CO.
7AA BBLS7 RECTIFIED WHISKEY,
I I Mr 1" barrels old Kentucky Bourbon WIIIgKEY
5 barrels Hanger', pure Rye WHISKEY'
For sale by GEORGE I. HERRING A CO.,
jan4-6t No. 60 Main street.
111! VS101ANS* SADDLE BAGS, in rarioW.
£ at WOOD'S Pharimcy,
der'dot Comer Fifth and Marshall street*.
WASHINGTON ADVERTISEMENTS.
p GAUTIER’S RESTAURANT I
AND DINING SALOON,
No. M2 Pennsylvania Avenue, c. '
Between Twelth and Thirteenth Street*.
TbU well known Establishment having been closed j
for repairs. Is now re-opened to the public, entirety ren
■vated and fitted up In a style to suit the taste of tbo
moat fastidunu* ; equaling in point of elegance any »•*
l.em in the country. Ti.e BILL OF FAKE Is the beat
hat ran be obtained, comprising all the luxuries of the
►ea*on. Game, Fish, Oysters, and all delicacies, are se r v '
»•! up at i»ht>rt notice and in the m<*st recherche Rtrle. |
Hio Wine*, Liquor- and Cigar* are of the very be.-t im- j
ported brand*, .and cannot be *tirpa**«d in excellence, j
Stranger* aojouming in tin* city, if they cannot »ecure ,
rot*m» « f Mr. Cautter, will do w*»H to rent room* eUe- t
where And take their meals at hi* Re».tniir:int, a* they j
will thereby *:ive 50 percent on Hotel Price*. j
dSt
Rational hotel, ]
L SIXTH STREET, R. PENN AVENUB, 1
WASHINGTON, D. C„
I
[I. S. BB5SON.PropeiRior. ,
Ps^rmanent boarder* taken at moderato rate*. ,
Priea of board per day reduced. oetSl—dai i
-pHE WOODBINE HOTEL AND RESTAU
1 RANT, i
Cobnku or : <
FOUH-AND-A HALF AND C STREETS, j ]
WASHINGTON, D. C. 1 i
DAVID R SMITH.PROPRIETOR. I
The undersigned lakes great pleasure In Announcing i
o his friends and the public at large that he has taken
;he above-named establishment, and having made many
mprnveinenta therein, is now ready to receive calls
'rom all who desire to avail themselves of the advan- (
ages of a well-kept hotel.
Very respectfully, I |
octlS—<itfm DAVID R. SMITH.
CAED
OWEN HOUSE, 1
(Late Markam’s Hotel,)
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN,
No. 212 Pennsylvania avenne, adjoining Willard's |
Hotel,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
THOMAS IV JACKS,
declO-eodSm Proprietor.
TTNITED STATES HOTEL,
PENNSYLVANIA A’V E N U E,
(Near the Capitol,) WASHINGTON, D. C.
M. II. BEAN St CO., rBoritlKToBS
Board, ♦3 perday. sepiW—eodd_
VTT ILLARD’S II 0 T E L,
WASHINGTON. D. C..
SYKES, CHADWICK & Co., I’roprietoks,
(late of Girard House, I’lii iadelpliia.)
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j^bbitt Souse,
ColtN lilt FofBTBENTH ANU F SrUKETN,
WASHINGTON, l>. C.
C. C. WILLARD
(For many years proprietor of Hygeia Hotel,
Old Point Comfort, A a.,)
nov2t—eodSm PaorBirroB.
^TTASHINGTON MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
YV WASHINGTON, D. C. Established as a refuge I
from quackery and imposition, by E. T. LEON, M. If. [
Dr. Lcou guarantees scientific treatment and a radical
cure of all acute or chronic diseases, especially those
arising from solf-almse.. .
The lengtiiy practice wlilrli the Doctor has had in Hie
treatment of those complaints has made him thorough*
Iv acquainted with --very symptom which may arise,
and ills recent discoveries made in their treatment jus
tifies him in bidding defiance to all competition in their
'"organic WEAKNESS immediately cured, and full
Tiror rrmureu. .... , , . ,
Tho Doctor has mail** wonderful discoTeiioa In treat
log, anil miraculous CURES of diseases of tlo> Rung,,
Heart, River, Kidneys and Bladder. W eaknoss of the |
Hark Strictures, Dyspepsia, 1’alpltation of tlie Heart,
Iinpoteucy, Involuntary Discharges, Nervoilsness, Iain- j
gmir Row Spirits, Timidity, Trembling. Confusion of
Ideas, Diiniiess of Sight or Giddiness, and all those ter
rible disorder* arising from solitary habits of youth,
rendering life miserable. .
YOUNG MEN wins-have Injured themselves by a
loathsome practice indulged in when alone, a habit !
frequently le: rue,I from evil companions, or st school, |
theeffects «f which will totally unlit lln-m for the du
ties of man, and if not cured destroys both mind and
l„„lr, should not neglect their rase ere it he too late.
», „'ly Immediately to tho Doctor, us he is the only one
who will warrant a CERTAIS CURE.
in 1 Would caution ail who may he suliering, to
he careful of wh.they confldc in a- a phy-i. iun, as
Hie couutrv I* tilled with quarks. Imposter m l -li irp
, rs. whoso only aldllties are for deceiving the unwary
and' leading astray tho unfortunate, instead of bringing
Ilium again inlo the social paths of society.
No ciiarof.s Maui tx i'Ann op F.itt.rRF.
All disease, of llie Scalp, llair and Skin cured. For
further particulars, address, with stamps,
K. T. REUX, M. D., Washington, D. C.
Consulting oBico, 420 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Jy24— lv
WL . II ALLEY,
# AGENT FOR
STEARNS, WHITNEY .V URIDHE8,
DKAI.K.RS IX AM) AUFXT* FOU
RAILROAD. STEAMBOAT AND MACHIN
ISTS’ SUPPLIES,
dock STREET. NEAR SEVENTEENTH,
RICHMOND, VA.
337 CIIKS.VUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
73 WATER STREET, BOSTON.
17M ■ STRAK3S. I oBO. L, WUITXKT.
UFO. STBAR.M. I „ OKO. K. BR'BUM.
RKKB*,:.v> ks. S. M. Felt.m, Pres l P. AS . and B. It.
K., IMilla.i II. J. Romhaert, A’. P»»'| 1*. >'■ K- l:••
l’liiln ’ K>'iincv, Son & Arcliiinlil, MactlinUtM :in« sf*,:ini
ship' Builders', Chester, P.i.; Harlan, ll>dllng*worth ,k
Co. Machinist* ami steamship Builders, Wilmington,
Del.: Charles K. Smith, 1’res't Reading II. R-, Phila.,
At. AA'. Baldwin it Co., Locomotive Builders, Phil*,
iiovi—3m
[> I Oil MON I) TYPE FOUNDRY
L A.ND
PRINTERS’ FURNISHING AV A REHOUSE, j
Riciimomp, Va.
Southern manufactures should lie supported,
litnilf, N KAVS and JOB TYPE, from the celebrated
Bishop metal, and the latest Scotch faces.
HOOK, NKSVS, and FANCY INKS ofall colors; wood
typo, rases, stands, lead*,- reglet, quotations, quoins,
ini-tal furniture, mallets, bra** rule, plninere, brass
dashes, shooting slicks, mitering machines, in fact
every article requisite for a Printing Glfii-e, at XoRril
KRX "I’KIOB*. Presses, new and second-hand, furnished
to order. li. L. PELOI'EE It CO.,
gep4__(f Richmond, Vl.
j ^ a N \' 1 L I. E B A N K .
At a meeting of the stockholders of this Bank, held
at their Banking House on the 1st day of December,
1st;;,, the following resolutions were passed and ordered
to he published, viz:
1. Resolved, That the Board of Directors he instruct
ed to proceed as fast as possible to collect from all the
resources of the Bank, its untirenss.-ts, and to proceed
with as much despatch a* practicable to liquidate the
obligations of the same. , „
* 2. Resolved, That ail persona indebted to the Bank
lie earnestly requested to couie forward and settle III"
same as soon as possible, and that noteholders and
others having claims against the Bank be requested to
present the same Tor adjustment at the earliest possible
time. . ... ,
3. Resolved. That a committee he appointed to apply
to the next Legislature <>I Virginia to pass such laws
as may be necessary and proper in its judgment to cn
ablo the Bank to close up its business at the earliest
practicable period.
4. Resolved, That the Board of Directors bo request
ed to sell tho Banking House and ulliur property of the
Bank at such time and on such terms as will yield the
largest amount of money, in order that the Bank m.iy
as speedily as possible lie able to use all its assets ill tin
liquidation of its liabilities.
Jull N M. JOHNSTON,
de.-3—lawfiw Beeratary
w,cot ,ii' At ITV gTHVV.U'A HE.
RICHMOND POTTERY,
Davii> Park, Proprietor.
The subscribers having been appointed sole agents
for the sale of Stoneware and other floods inaiiufac
lured at tho above establishment, respectfully solicit
the orders of dealers and country merchants, which
shall receive onr prompt attention.
Uoods for shipment carefully parked. Terms cash.
blJMNEU, WAUUONKIt A CO.,
No. 1 Fifteenth street,
oct.tl—3m Between Main and Carv streets.
IMPORTANT TESTIMONY from a Corres
J. pnndeut of the BgLloioOil Hehai.d, in favor of
CORAL DETERGENT:
“There arc many preparation advertised for purify
ing the Breath an I Whitening the Teetl), such »» Stu
dent. Denial Fluid, Ac . hut we speak what we do know
when we a-serl that the CORAL DKTEROENT, prepar
ed hr Mr. Wood, is unequalled of ils kind. It imparts a
delightful fragrance to the breaib and cleanses the
teelli, without giving them the yellowish tinge, which
is the usual effect nf many Washes of great pretensions.
Ill a word, it i« all that it claims to be. We understand
Mr. Wood i» preparing several articles, which form a
‘ String of Corals,'indispensable to a Lady's Toilet.—
Tliev may be obtained at bis neat establishment, corner
Jth and Marshall afreet.” d- c'Ja*
'I'lTILLIAM F. JOHNSTON, of the Arm of
V' Johnston A Bowls, will be in New York fifteen
or twenty days, and will be pleased to execute any com
mission entrusted to him by bis frt-ude and the public.
His long experience in the Dry lioisls Trade in this city
affords him superior ml vantages in the purchase of
golds in that line. Orders left at the office of JOHN
STOS A BOWIS, corner of Fifteenth and Main streets,
will'll" promptly forwarded and faithfully executed.
oetlJ- If
rpl'RF OIL.—Dove’s genuine TURF OIL, for
JL every description of bore* which mar the form of
man or beast. I have at last auccei ded in getting a sup
ple of this well-known remedy, the merits of which
I,/, I fully tested all through the Fiats. For sale,
wholesale or retail, by It W. POWERS, .
Corner Main and Fifteenth streets.
a 25-Horse power engine, with cir.
x\- Cl'LAK SAW and MILL, capable of grinding 1-t-ht
bushels of corn per hour, attached, nearly u«w and in
perfect order, in the Male of Delaware, will be deliv
ered on James river or this city much below first cost.
SMITH A WHERRY,
Commercial Brokers and fleneral Agents,
iiovfit No. 'Mi Main street.
t FRESH titul large assortment of reliable
PA1 ENT MEDICINES, fon.-isl|ng in part of
llembold s Burbu
llembuld’a Sar-aparillA
Wi.tar's Balsam of Wild Cherry
Ayer’s Preparations
Cod Liver oil
LaroqtieV Elixir of Bark
Wislar'a Lozenges
Brown's Troches
For eale by __
deeftof R. W. POWERS.
OH. CHALKLKY & Co.,
e No. if Main street, tinder St. Charles Hotel,
Manufacturers arid Dealers in
Oak and Hemlock S"I.K LEATHER,
Pnner CAI F-ShlNS. NIPS.
P Harness. Bridle and Fair LEATHERS,
Of all kinds.
1 C<^Ji^er ‘ml W‘ ^Dr^and Preen HIDES._
DOVE’S TURF OIL !
Littlea’s White <nl
Duval A Norton * Horae Tonic
| For eale by POWER A MlPHAIL,
I jeeffgf Corner 17th and Main afreets.
NORTHERN ADVERTISEMENTS.
IK) THE PRIVATE FAMILIES AND 1
STOREKEEPERS OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, AXD J
iTICIXITY.—The great advance In prices of every arti
de of domestic use first brought oat
KENT’S EAST INDIA COFFEE. xf
Since its introduction in 1SS1, so well liked has it bo- [
pine in con*<*<|iit*nco of it* excellent flavor and very t
lealthy properties, brides it* great economy, being e
inly half th»* price of the be*t Java Coffee—that It hai (
oilnd it* way into nearly every private f&inily, hotel, c
e*!aurant and hoarding lion*© In tha principal cities of a
he K&tft, North and West, and as it undoubtedly will ia r
he South. h
KENT’S E.\ST INDIA COFFBB *
■ prepared from pnre Coffee and Dandelion Root, which
* known as pOMSMinf gr**t nonri»hinic and invigora- *
ing powers, and when properly roanted and mixed l
nth pure Coffee, Is freo from the deloterious effects (
ireduced by the ordinary stare coffees, or pure coffee "
l0" KENT’S EAST INDIA COFFEE
iroducrs no nervous excitement nor headache, hnt is
ivalthy, palatable and nourishing, ll can be used by
be invalid as well as by the strongest person.
The eminent l'r. Prime says :
••KENT’S EAST INDIA COFFEE
, worthy of all praise, and should bo used by all eco- j
lomical’housekeepers.”
Professor Uphaui, one of our most eminent chemists,
ays:
“ J consider
KENT’S EAST INDIA COFFF.B ,
. national blessing. I hAve been unable to Use any j
for or»*r twenty year* pa**t, until Kent * ia»i In* j <
lln t’offee was recommended to mo. It produce* neither
leadache nor nervous prostration of Ibo system, as is
lie ra-e of everv other eotTeo I have ever u»ed |
... Bishop Ames, Bishop Potter, Bishop Ba- .
;er. Rev. Dr. Richardson, Professor James Boy to, Dr.
la lies and many other of onr most distinguished men,
,11 bear testimony to the great excellence of
KENT'S EAST INDIA COFFEE
,s a pleasant, wholesome family beverage, combined
rill, I.hold economy, while to (be storekeeper it
,fiords a handsome profit and gives general aatisfactloa j
o his customers.
KENT’S EAST INDIA COFFEB 1
s parked in papers containing one ponnd, trne weight, j
II I rutains its delightful aroma any length of lime. It .
S parked in cases containing 36, 60 and 100 pounds, for ‘
roeer* and large consumers.
Th«* Kn*»t I ndia Coffee (’ompany’s depot Is at 1M R«ad©
tr ot, .Now York. lUCilAKD DAV1W.
111 \ *j. * dSn eo 13m 2tw3m ltwSm_t
Fta k i) w a k k. ,
J. T. RICHARDS A CO.,
fo. 9 Platt r'rejt, NEW TORIi. j i
BARGAINS DAILY RECEIVED FROM AUCTION.
Also, a fine assortment of regular good, adapted to the
iouthern Iradu. .
Mr. RICHARDS, formerly of Richmond, \ irginiA, is |
hormighlv acquaint «*d with the Southern requirements. 1
ordoia promptly filled and sati-facliou guaranteed. »
ocl23 • dBm
i 1 I.ASSWARB—COAL OIL LAMl’S ! i
It — «
NATIONAL FLINT GLASS WORKS.
EDWARD RORKK A CO.,
No. 232 PEARL STREET, NEW YORK,
Manufacturer* of
GLASSWARE AND COAL OIL LAMPS
vf every description. Illustrated Catalogue,, with price ^
lists, sent free on application. oct28--eod3m ,
/ \ RAM AM, DORSKTT & CO., successors to
IT Hawks, Graham A Co., importers of ROSEWOOD
snd MAHOGANY, No,. 174, 17# and 179 Centro street,
Piew York, keep constantly on hand the most exten
fir, variety of finely-figured Foreign and Domestic
Woods to be found in the United States, In
LOOS, PLANKS, BOARDS AND VENEERS,
suitable for Cabinet, Piano and Billiard Table Manu
facturers and Car Builders ; also, Mahogany and Spanish
Cedar Collin stuff.
I n connection with our business we have a large Saw
Mill and the most celebrated Veneer Cutting Machine, i
which enables us to fill all orders mitrRstvd to u* with •
promptness. _dec 13 3m
XTKW SHEET MUSIC-CHOICE AND
lN DESIRABLE.—My Mother's Sweet Good-bye , llal*
lad ; Keller; 3oc. I Know he wilt Return ; Song; Rn
i|„l„• So cents. 1 have Listened fur her Footstep.;
ng ami < Inrus ; heiiur, a-' c.un*. i
but in thy Smile ; Ballad ; Keller; So cunts. Cot where
tii., old Folk* Died ; Son* and ('horu* ; I.eultt ; 3*> cts.
Ki-i Me while I'm Dreaming; bong; Wlmmer»tedl; 30
Sent postpaid, on receipt of price, by OLIVER PIT
SON A CO., Publishers, Boeton. ded5—ts
Decker brothers, mast,
i'AOTUIIKUS of PIANO I 11! II 1 PH'I* yl
ul Rlneck-r street, near Broadway, fj j |]
Sew York. The above firm, having re- ,
•■•ntlv comn.enc-d tb* manufacture of their Improve
| j*|\sos which are the inoul perfect imd llnest- .
■•'.ned in-drum-nt.. vet produced, to which they Invite
I,, uteinioii of I be trade and Intending purchasers
ilirou lioiil the United State*. A* from the New York
World Muv ldtli, IMJ.Y: "Tim Messrs. Decker Brolheni
in-iriiments havo attained tho enviable distinction of
lieiu- in all respects incomparably the beet now made
In tlm eonntrv." ilec4-.l"i
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HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c.
nARUW ARE,
f.TiACIt MATERIALS, &r
CIRCULAR SAYY'S, ItF.LTlNti and PACKING.
STEAM GAUGES, BABBITT METAL.
FILES, WRENCHES, Ac.
BUILDERS' HARDWARE, of all kinds.
CARPENTER'S TOOLS.
IVORY HANDLE DINNER and DESSERT KNI\F.S.
KNIVES and FORKS, RAZORS, SUISSoRM.
COAL SCUTTLES.
HUBS,
SPOKES,
FELLOES,
SPRINGS,
AXLES,
BOLTS,
BANDS.
ENAMELED CLOTHS, Sir., Ac.
And a general *t.ck of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC
HARDWARE hoJ COACH MATERIALS, for .ale by
B. L. WILLIAMS,
dic'ii-f No. 67, Main St., near iAtli St.
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tinged with prejudice, they may still, considering their
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llie ponplo of Ibis country, of overy creed and party.
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I,, g. A Co. also publish the
PARMER'S OL'IDB,
By Hexrt Stkpiibm, of Edinburgh, tied ihelateJ. P.
Norton, ..f Yale College. Two volume* royal octavo,
1 pages, ami numerous Engraving*,
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dceg-tf ___
rpHE RICHMOND MEDICAL JOURNAL,
1 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.—This Journal will l.e
publish'd as a Monthly Octavo of So pages, the January
number being l*»»i**d earlr in December.
A respectable number of the best writer* in this
country liav* promised tiieir support, tan ostentatious
display of names is avoided,) and as tire Editors offer to
pay liberally for articles, It l» hoped that the original
department of the Journal will bo entitled to respect
and confidence.
The page* of the Jonrnat will be devoted to Original
Articles, foreign and Domestic Correspondence, a Re
trospect of Medicine and Surgery during the late war,
an Eclectic Department, (which will be a chief feature of
ih-Journal.) Reports ofhecietles, Associations, Hospi
.als and Clinical Lecture*, Review* and Bibliographi
cal Notices, Medical hews, Editorials, Miscellaneous
Matter, Ac.
Without making *peclal promise*, the Editors will
endeavor to maku this Journal acceptable to it* sup
porters.
Turk.—J’ivo Dollars yearly, If paid In advance, er
before the expiration of the third month after the dale
of subscription; if paid after this period, Ten Dollar*
per annum.
Advertisement* will be Inserted on the most liberal
terms, and at there are no Medical Journals now pub
lished in the Southern Slates, advoitiser* will enjoy
peculiar ail vantages.
P. 8. (MILLARD, M. D., Richmond, Va.
W. 8. McCHESNET. M. D., Staunton, Va.
Editors and Publisher*.
All letter* In relation to the literary er beaihea* in
terests of the Journal will b« addressed to Dr. K 8.
Gaii i ABO, Box 199, Richmond, Va. nov!7-lf
dW)AAA A YEAR made by any one with
FIFTEEN DOLLARS—Stencil Tool. .No
exp**rl«»nrif ner<*Miary. The Pre**iJ« nt»t ra*>hlen an<l
Tp-AMirvr* of thr>* Banks Ibe circular. S^bt
fr**H with rumple*. AdUr**** the American Kteucll
Tool Works, Springfiold, Vermont. oov2--3ui
( \ KNL'INK Li;BIN’S EXTRACTS, Violet,
\T[ Mu-k, Jorkv Club, Patchouly, Bo.|ii#t Caroline,
New Mown llav. West End, Parian de» Noisette*, Tur
tle oil Soap. just received.
J. BI-AIR, Druggt-t,
107 Broad Mir^^t.
rtUNDRIRS.
0 —
Just received, on consigimenl —
11 tierce* choice new sugar cured HAMA
lu •* “ SHOULDERS
Inchests superior (IKEEN TEA
■jo |,bli superior RYE WHISKEY
for -ale si the lowest market rata* to close.
E. 0. JAMES A CO., ( ary street,
deciof Third door above Uih sir- *1
vrICHf)LS BARK ami IRON,
X * Bromide of Potassium,
Bromide of Ammonium,
llubbell's Bittur Wine of Iron,
Oxalate of Cerium, , .
Sugar Coated Oratories of Oxalate of Cerium.
Paullinia Powder*, ,, , 1
And many other new and de*Lr»bl* preparation*, for
""•leesJ-t P * DUPBY, Pharmaceutist.
1 >11 ARAOH'K SERFKNT’S FUGS !Tliesn
1 truly astonishing product*. uf a wi“‘
lBdMl*» fing * ,OCUI C fl BLaIr'S. 107 Broad street.
F.Amilv flour—
■".I barrel* of various brand* of FAMILY and i
EXTRA for ..Is by bMITH A WHERRY.
K jauS-f *0. M •k111
SCALES.
I 'vepot Ycat.es,
VJ cti’crr trucks,
hydraulic jacks.
Wo ask the attention of Railroad Superintendent* to
te aborn good*. Wo furnish the II .w Depot SCAI.E>,
ipacity from ton* to 6 ton*, fully warranted. Our
epot TRUCK is hom,. made, ar.d equal to anything of
le kind In u.e. Dudgeon** Hydraulic JACKS, of any
ipacity, from 4 ton* t.. :«> ton*, with wide baao, for In
antotiva stint.*, or with claw to lift from the groord,
in be furnished**! »h< rt notice. TUI* implement i*
Irnost indispensable to railroad*. We sell them at
lanufactnrer’* Hat price*, so that purchas. rn ordering
ere-are the freight from New York. The Richmond
ml Dauvillo Railroadl uip.iny have all of the.e good,
i use. ThoCentral Railroad Company and Richmond,
red.'rick-burg and Dot..mac Railroad Company have
udgeon's Jack* in it-. .
We have In .tore and are constantly making all kind*
f AGKICULTNRA IMPLEMENTS and MACHINERY,
, i,anal. IJ. M. SMITH A CO.,
iinv'dyf No. 14 Main street.
4 GENCY AND DEPOT FOR THE SALE
OF
FAIR HANK'S A CO.’S
S T A N D A R D SC A L E S .
We ar*> *ol«* a^ent* in the city of Richmond for the
ale of UirluDk'n k <oY celebrated
VfANDAKD, Dl.ATKoKH.
WARKIioUSE and
COUNTER 8CAl.Es,
nd keep constantly « n hand a lar^e and rompler* a>
ortment of *11 the leading »iw* and Mvl**, which we
UYr at tnnniifactnri'rY prim*.
W S. DOKXA.X A CO.,
tior.»rnor atreet,
oct.*k)*”tf Kirtiniond, V».
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SAFES.
IVl'RNING OF THE Ml SKI.M.
l>
LETTER FROM Ml; D VRNPM
Nttiv YoKK, July 14, l>C.'.
[essr*. Herring A Co :
Gentlemen--ThuUgh the deslruelinn of the A inert, i*
I us.ni m haa proved a neriou. loss to myself and tli
ubllc, I am happy to verify the old adage, that "It «
n 111 wind that bfow- nobody good," and, con.eqii. i.'
», congratulate you that your well-known Safe, have
gain demonstrai d their superior fire-proof qualities
a an ordeal of unusual severity.
The safe you made for me some time ago was in tbs
like of the Museum, on the second door, back part of
be building, and in the hottest . f the tire.
After twenty-f ur hour* of trial, it was found among
ba debris, and on opening it this day. has yielded up
t contents in very good order, books, paper., policies
f insurance, bank bill*, all in condition for immediate
ft. and a noble commentary on the trustworthiness of
lerring’s Firo-Proof Safe*.
Truly yonrs, P. T. BARN I'M
HERRING'S PATENT CHAMPION SAFI *.
The ttio-t reliable protection from lire now knowr
lerriug A Co.'s Patent Banker.' Safes, with Herring A
'lovd's I'atent Crystallized Iron, lit.' best s.-enrtty
gainst a burglar's drill ever manufactured.
* HERRING A CO..
[o.2/»l Broadway, corner Murray street. New York;
'arret Herring A Co.. Philadelphia; Herring A Co,
hirago. * KNOWLES A WAI.FORD, Agents,
octtt—Sm Richmond, t irg nia.
BOOTS, SHOES, &c.
ARRIVAL.
BOOTS, SHOES ami TKt’NK> ’
We have jn-t rec- tv. .1 a new stock of BOOTS, slltii S s
nd traveling TRUNK*, of good quality, eurh a* *c .rn ,
.commend; among tin in are Mile.' I..*-! II.m-is He
-k all III want of the nicest and best l" gii' u* a cai!
a,,., pink i -v w a i n
y JEN'S AND BOYS’ THICK BROGANS.
We have juat received, from Francia Dan* A l >■.,
Listen, of his own manufacture,
HFTEKN HUNDRED PAIR
MEN'S AND BOYS’
BEST THICK, DOUBLE-SOLE
BROfiANs ;
Sizes as foll"W.:
1-8, -8, #-11, 8-12 and 0-14, which will be *.dd a- l< w
a thev can be purchased for in New Yoi k, F hiiadelpL. t
,r Baltimore. GARDNER A < ARLT<>N
nov7--tf
DAGUERREAN GALLERIES.
HOME AGAIN.—For seven months pnst I
have had nobudnem, having l"-l my gallery am!
■early my all hy the great tiro on the .1*1 of Aj-riI. i
■are the pleasure now to announce to tny friend* and
he public that I have once more a GALLERY', located
•n tho comer or Ninth anti Main street*. with an en
ranee on Main (tho ugh \V. It. ' 1 "kt-» lK**-k-ture) at -!
dm on Ninth alreet. I am supplied with entirely new
inti the ino.it improved apparent* and stock, and have
I'-cured tiie Her*ice* of T. Jeift-r-oit Nimmo, "to lh-i
minor horn,” who ha* had over lift. - a year* expe
deuce.
A* In the pa*l, no In the future, I proBil*e my patiot *
{ood and satisfactory work
li. VV. MINNIS, I’li.tt, raphi*',
oclI7--ly Corner Main and Ninth *neet»
SADDLES, HARNESS. &c.
CADDLKRY, HARDWARE
O ' and
S A D D It E R S ’ T O O I. S ,
a rrt.t. A-*,ikmrvT.
Fine Hiding Saddle*, Bridle*. BUs, Ac. Buggy and
Id.*-!iiiu Whip*, Collars and II:*u.* , f-.tt-liv Tr*- - — ^
Burkle*. Plated Buggy and Coach Mounting-, to whhh
[ Invite city and com
t I.AIBt.KXr. WATKINS, m
Kormeriy with Smith, Kh**le. A Co.,
Now at K. I.. William,
an"!—If , Mai" alreet
MERCHANT TAILOHS. ,
N ° T 1 0 kj_
B E E If S it s P 1 f. M A N ,
MERCHANT TAHants,
10-1 M.tiX STKKXr,
Will *.-!I from lb i- V ..n -I.I price*, bj
piece or single yai-l.'al l*i per rent, ai lance on N<-«
Yor* price*.
tin. Itionda and I lie | ulillt- g •rally w ill pi* '*•' git*
us a call. « deelk— 2w
en not r mcir tKoaox. w. n.r.t. nr.a K|i'HAtti*»x
vy.M.HOl.T RICHARDSON A. Cl).,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
(Fourteenth street, opposite Kachan.Hotel,)
RICHMOND. VA.
dec!2—"tin
JOHN E, DOHERTY,
MERCHANT TAIfOl!,
Main alreol, heiue,-n Eighth I Ninth -tr-ot-,
Diagonally <tppo»ite the Spidiwtt 1 Motel
NEW tiOoDs! NEW HOODS'
Mr. D0||EUTT call* attention 'a some beautiful I -
irica for
GENTS' WINTER WEAR,
if,.. In the l.itt few tl y-, which will Be made op
n g* 0*1 style, lie nauie* :
Minoni'i Waved-fact- and Tiieot COATIN'iS
KiiglinU WHITNEYS and HEAVERS, various eoi.-r.
English. Melti n'.. Oxl-rd ai.d Brown MINI PRES
Joiianuy’a and SluionP* t'l.oTIIS and D'tKsKINs
Claret, Btt-wn and Black BEAVERS, for suit.
Tho stock is excellent, and the prlcei *ha . suit 'i
imei.
deefMI J. E. DOHERTY j
L'Mi l'll & WHERRY,
O AGENTS
For K. R oke St Co., New York, extensive Ker
Lamp Factory
lllustrat'-d t.'alalogue* on hand. By which parlies can
olef all good* aold at factory pric* ». d'VtWf
Removal.—on the first of jane
ary, ls'tfi, we will remove our bualtii-** to Noe '
ind SSI. Broadway, (up stair*,) directly opposite A T.
itewart Jt Co. HAI.I., X'lL'TlI WICK A C".
N. It.—We would call nttenlion, in connection with
ihove notice of our r- luoval, to our increased facllit ■
or manufacturing Ladies', Mi.' ai.d Children's Ma- |
hnn. Sewed Work of all kind*. 4ee2S4 ■ j
N OTICE.—Application will lie made to tL*'
A it.lit. r of !ii - Si..ft. s.f V irL'ii.ita f.ti I li>• mut-m-. . i m
i LOST CERTIFICATE of Virginia Mat** R« gi»t«*r- J
(tock, standing in tho name of T bonus G. Shaun* n,
KDcii under act of 29th March, IASI, 4 1
fobraarjr SSI!. 1861, foa 9700. • h
derltMawIlm THOMAS G. SHANNON i
Richmond dray company.—The a
i t«‘iiti<*n of the merchant* * f Richmond I* invited u*
h** Richmond liray Company, who ha \ <• * r^u.ir 1.
h**i* ugh ayiteiu of trun»p< rut ion, and propo****. >• * i
rart f<*r w**rk on very r#*:»s' nahl** t* rm» Our chart *«
cill ho baaed upon fair bindo« '« principle#, yleldidg *
•caaonable compensation to thu c**inpany without be*
ng oppr»*#siv** t«» **ur jainru. |
<*tflc*’ corner Ninth ami Main «?re*t«
E. W MASSEY.
novlo*-3rn Agent for the Company.
DU. DE JOUGIPS cclehratrd, pure ami
genuine LIGHT IlKOWA* COD LIVEK OIL, pr I
•ap-d in the L-ttTod»*n Islands, N« rv;iv. 1 hi* artlct-' i»
superior to any otln*r preparation* • f«'od Liver Oil. an!
i morn extensively
Itii.d*. The light brown oil i* uni verbal ly achin'*’
[edged to be utiperior to the pale or yellow oil*. Th*» 1
genuine article for sale by
POWER A M* P11A1L,
d *c22f Corner 17ih and Main street*.
rpKAS! TEAS! TEAS!
1 Fine Breen ami Blaek T' *“. f"r * ‘l* by
P. E. DPPt'Y, UraurlM
ITALIAN ainl American MACCARONI.
1 UEEVK 4 M A TO,
Franklin Mr«ei,
decltf b*lr«n Eiphih and Xli.tb
fTOX’S Sl’AKKLING GELATINE, C(M»P
.r'» Sln-et lelnijlaea, f r i.id-r: Jell. Bla r
M il.*.' hr. For .ale by A HODKKKU 4 BRO .
n-»i?bt Bruh'jjletn, Main atre.1, near Old Mark-1,
OVIITH A WHERRY,
O AOENTs
Kur W. B. Hubbard and other m.r ufarturera . I \j
briealit-K oil., railroad and wagon Ur.-aae, at maniifir
■ t ■
/CELEBRATED “ ZKIGI.KR” WHISKEY.
r--|iper-II.tilled by old pm. - and very hi.!: ft*
Tor, '-n cnn-lgnlnent and for «a!e
PALMER, IIARTSOOK 4 Co .
d-.-1 f
pci!.—BELGIAN ITCH LOTION WILL
A CCUPe. For sale at
W«V)D’S Pharmary,
Corn* r Fif h md Marshall 6r*H*
/ 10MPOUND FL\S11 R "I DIA( IIYI ON
4r., for riirina ni.i'nmarv alM->v-a, for M»lr l-y
MEADE 4 BAKER. Pharma.-miel*.
jit,.If Corner Jth and Franklin »t»
(1 RF' \SE ' GRE \SE ’ '—White in
T b f--r Sis Wagune, Carte. Carriage.. M l
(jcarln Ae - the b,-t sttiele In uee. For rale hr
P"WKH 4 M> PHAIL.
I . I . _Main and Seventeenth etreet
i)A[\ DELS. Chestnut Glove Extra FLOUR
Jm ’ r\] .-■) l-bla Wh- uM ind l,x:r. Fo - i,
lc»i bble. Superfine Flour,
F-.realoby WM TAYLOR fcgOS
J»u2t
HOD LIVER OIL.—I'iire anti fresh COP
LI VEK OIL, f.-r medicinal i-arfO.es, C»d Liv r oil
nth Lime, and Cod Llrer Oil JcIIt. F->r sale bv
I 'V-sf a BOD IREK 4MK"
ASTHMATIC CIGARETTE—Tb* genuiM
IV French arilcle. Ft r .ale at
_noT29f WOOD'S Pharinary
)AA BOXES linn GUNPOWDER TEA,f«
'U .ale by WM. TAYLOR 4 SOX
jan'-'f_____
)A BBLS. PRIME LEAP LARD, for a
■"_.bF wm. Taylor a box
Jan'-'t
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