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RICHMOND WHIG.
WEDNESDAY M (MINING.t’KB. 7, 1*60.
CITY A?. I > Sli HIJKBAN.
Tii an*a to Harmdeu’s K\|W* for j^ner*.
Tm. I.i xt u. > uu i»s. As’i \V-.--1ih-s1k, the Gr t
day of I a* ut, fill 01. the I Uh of February.
11 km: n o Covx.t Cocut wa.A not in andon yes
tet-lay.
A V11 k Tii iv r.—A lawyer on Itroad strc t was.
yesterday, robbed of his overeoat whilst al>sent from
his ollire, _
Os Dl'Tv Aijvin.—'.Ve are glad to announce that
pulieeinau Tyler h:>* r»l.irnc<l to dulyaga-n. it will
be reuiemls-ivd that hr was shot by Curly, a month
or r.ior- ago, while n the dischargw of his duty.
(•KKiKiiM! .Macuiwi.—The dredging machine
built iu Xoifolk lor tb-- Jaiues liiver and Kanawha
Canal Company. and which arrived here this week
was trie I this morning, and her machinery was
found t - work admi.ab!/. the earjeuler work looks
rather rough.
tiovsus4KNr Mi t.iet Stouts.- Benjamin llarvia
William Jefferson and Daniel Iip|*-, ait oohuv.l. were
arrested yesterday on the eliarg • of having iu their
|s>ssession two (loreriiiueut uiulcs, supposed t*» Is
stolen. Tl.s-k- |>trti«*s w. re a-rested at Us- ic-pie-st ot
Colonel M- Kulee, and will have a hearing before
Inin to day.
Cuiiai* Tu vvm. Am»:ai».—We learn that the open
ing of tbe Norfolk and 1%-tersl-nrg n»ad (nr Irave'
will lie the signal lor a n-d'tot.oil of fare by the ri
ver -U* ini*-rs plving l-'t-vis-ii Ilohmon.l and N**rl-nk.
It is said that tiefc.1- w-ll Is* solil at -mm* dollar I'r-Mu
lli.-lunoud and at hall that front CrlT I'o.uf.
II tin.mpelitioii should l i-l till slimmer, we may
expert emails nl exciirsionids U|s»a the waters of
tie- James dm ilig that Hea-ot*.
Tin: TlIKATKE.—The managers uf the theatre
gava Us. last week, tin- legit-mat * drama, hut this
week we are to have tin.- sensational, hut then M in
ng- r ilr.ui is determine I that it shall bo tin- rieani
ut ih-* dram itir productions in this line. As an evi*
tleuee, lo-tiight we Are ti» have the • Hidden Hand,’'
to Is- followed shortly by “I.tat iu l.oiotna,” “Ar
rah ua I gue ” an I other peces of like note.—
While tle-ir presonl.itinii wall luvolve heavy outlay
i! is to be Hupi-d that the puhhe w ill turn out uliil
give Mr. (Irau, a- be ili-si-rvcs. full li-uss. 11 *uItlees
to say, that M ss C.iisou and Messrs. Itols-its.
Hangs, Hu-icy and tile av hole coni p iny will l«- iu the
cast.
Chokku His \i stT.—William .'shoemaker, charged
with using abusive and insulting language to Min.
Cornelia Hardesty, was before tin- Court. Mrs. 11 ai
destv in ide a long statement, in which she said that
Shoemaker h id choked In r and h it the print of Ins
linger- «n her arm . \ll this was about Im.ird
money. Mr--. Hardesty fuither -Li to,I that sin- wa*
tin-sisi.-r of Slns-niaki-r’s mother, and tin- In.no- fn
which she lived was her property. A. J. Crane, his
eouuscl. sai-l the ease was liefore Ins Honor, who
ther-'uisui. r-spnred security in the sum of t»> lor
tlH' liilun1 K'Nul liPMViiir "i *m* amiwu. ai unn
was pnxlm-cd. hut not accepted.
A ooktiiy I'HVsiiHN.- V\V bare raicly called
attention to an adveit s -m-nt with more pleasure
Unit U - do to tlw card Ol Mr. Mfred Hughes, in an
other column, who, aflci a hue* illness, is again in
I,i He. t health. and resumes pras tice in Itiehiuond.
lie left a lucrative praclne in Wheeling at tie- be
ginning ol the war. and earn*- In our city, where lie
established a r« put.it.oii second to un houi.-npath.c
jMMct.t.oiici iu I lie .South; and we feel assured that
lie will !«• again Ids-rally |*atr..ni/.cd l»y all ol our
citizens who believe iu the »y stem, in the appliea
tiou of w Inch he li.is ls-,-a ax sn.-eessfnl as lie is zeal
ous. I'o pioiicieuey alid skill, the doctor adds that
lil.iu-luess auJ east- of inuuuci so nos-t-ss.,ry to suc
cess in his prnfi—«ain.
A VNIVKK.S vkv. — Yesterday, oue year ago.c.y, the
IVt-rxburg liiifft. vv ilnesxed the o(»-nnig id that
xprino iMlilj.agn which terminated in the sill render
of I.ee'sarmy and the downfall of the Confederacy.
TIm- battle of Hale tier’s run was fought on the li.h
of Kebruarv. I'*S’*. two corps of Ii--ner.il limit's ai
inV h iv111/ in ired during tin- previous night a> rus,
tie-■ reek, and mad.- a deiuoustnil.ou towards the
Hoydfoii and Soiith-Siile roads. Tlw foree was lo t
bv Meni-ral lionlou's corps, which u.is loi.c.l haek
for s-ilile miles with the loss of many unknown
brave, and ol that gallant gi-ntlematl. ti.-neral John
IV-giiiii, of Kichnmud. In the aftt-llmoii. Malinin's
division, under Iieio-ral Kmn.gau. ari-ved ou the
ground, and retrieved the day by one ol tin- niost
brilli.int and sneec.Ssfnl charges of tin- war.
A Sad Cask ok l.t nai-y. — W. If. I‘ntler. a resi
dent of Henrico county, was oil Monday evening
examined hv .lusticcs IVIhcrhridgc. I'lmmas and
Wade, ill colijiK-tioii with Mr. I.. If. Waring, ax to
Ins m-anilv. Mr. V' ar.n/ was <|in -t.on.-d as to the
cans.- of tin- disi-as,-. nid >a:d it w as nervous cm-iv i
lion. siijn*rtinlliee.l by gel era I l«ad state ol health. II.
«onlv alamt twentv-l -ur years».| .,n.l i. Ix-s-n
u Ivilig lucdieiiic for two or thus- year . Mr. W ar
Ing further states! that insanity apjx-arcd to !«• in
creasing on him, and ri-. iiniiiien-led that In- In- nn
mediately si-nt t>. an insane asylum. Tin- Magix
tral.-s have ordcicd the Sheriff to lake him t*>
Wdlutui'burg as soon as they .-.in find out w lielhi-t
theiv is roolu there for loin. If not In- w ill lx- sent
to Staunton, ll.-w-ll l»* conlined lit jail until l.e is
rent off.
MhsvKrKUs Who IC<>t*.i:l,i’ Mu. John Mayo t vl*
Tiiitcn.- While Mr. John Mayo, well known in tins
city. was abxeul from liis dwelling, iu New Kent
county, a few days ago. two deserters from the
Kleveiilh I'n-U-.l Stals-s infantry, iiauie l J»bu Vuu
Ifiiski.k and I'harlcs Haiti, y uhax K. Harold, stole
the re flout a .piaUtilv ol aitn-tcs. vv hicli have siuee
|I, leeoVeD-d. Tln-y were siit>*ci|ilciitly anested.
and. although the dso tor was not very zealous ill
reg.u.1 to tln -r |no-xs utioii. have lx-. ii coulinetl lor
trial lx-forv tin* military .-oiiiiuissioii now • n ss-ssnm
in this city. They ran oil from th.-ii i-oinliiaud -suue
Hires* wii-ks ago and will no doiil.t get a full Ix-m
IU lor their double crime.
* Night Ixforr lat. II art lev n.'..tv Harold. was ar
rested by INdieeuian >un.->t. Kin Buskirk was ;.i
n-sU-tl ve'U-rday inoining l.y IV-U-. Uv.- .la. k-.ti and
Captain l-'reemen. Ik.Ill , onlesxsal having stolen
ill • articles from Mr. Mays.. \ line dress Was Inllll.l
hi Ifak.-r'x aln-v. and a pi-t*»l in the cwrnrr <>!
Twenty-sixth alid • ai v xli.a ls. which bail bes-n sold
far f.oil dollars. Tln-e articl-s were lee.igu./a-d by
|>,. M..VO. Ml llxt artielx.i si-.lull were valued at
?.'#»>.
I>l Ill.KY f’l.VliV VXD I* VMM. SrifIXUEU Were
agaia bmiight Ix-I--ie the Mayor ys st,-:,iay ntoruiu;.
oil tlis- charge of stealing tv... mules, the pro|serty of
IViulx-rtoii A t’revv. Tin* followin'-, svnh-.iee was
taken
-slaiinliter statcsl that l.e saw. on Wcslm-sslay
ni-.-ht January -llli l.isl. Mi. Clary, at his Inssi-x- in
lYUrxbuig. ilc wax iu lx .1 at the lime, lb- lurther
stals-sl that l.s-saw I'laly tin- u. \l iii.illiiu. (I hurs
iliV ) «» riih K.
Willi.ini' stated th.ll < l.ny u.is .it hs house mi all
night lit Wednesday. the '.’Iill of I iiinari. play'll"
cards and liuloking generally, lie did lint leave
ln> house until about day break mi the following
morning.
Stev« ns was engaged ill the same party, ami sub
simti.iti d vvli.il was said by Williams.
I lie I,s| liumv liaViii" Us-n concluded, Ins Honor
sin! that l.e was satisfied tli.it the parties new holme
tin* ismrt did mil steal tin* animals, but w as s itislied
from tlie price paid for tin* limb's- alsiut ball their
value -that tliey knew they wric stolen. Me would,
therefore, send tin ill over to IVtcrsbui^ lor trial.
Tliev wen- delivered In oltiior liiebaidsou.
The . ase of Jerry Pniinovant, I barged with being
line ol the party who stole them, was |"‘'l|*"'ied un
til fit-day.
Vitm.sT nr A Norm i: Mi li: Iiiii i. Pan 1 'll 11 no
, ,n? was e ipltired vestcid ly morning, near < haffln
11 ui. by detective Washington ..'rich, lie •>
. barge 1 with Is-ing a party engaged in stealing twa
mil es, the prn|icrly ol Crew A tVmU'rtoii .1 this
i itv. mi toe night of tie* glib i*f January. \s ba
Is- at Irielofoiv reported by us ilvvdi Is- i. m- iuIhmisI
that tlK' mules Were Us ed by Mr. l u-w to the
counties ol .Siissr v an l .-Iiiili.imploii llicie louud
a id brought back to Ifulnnuid. Two men by lie
names of Clarv and stringei were arrested mi th.
charge. and after an investigation by Mayor ''aim
ijers. it <vas .h'l'ided by him that the pud .es vl'l.ny
SHU Uf ailtor) del Hot steal the lilllb-s, blit bollglll
tb "ti lio:a Parker and nth. rs. knowing the -a.in- t,
have t.. stolen. Thev -'ere r.m inded to p. lets
burg. y-sU nlav. lor tn.t>. In Clary and "Iriuger'
investigation, it w*, proven tl. it tie* mail 1 arkiu
had made way with hinis-'U by dro.vii.ug in tin
Aiiih.mattov river, deelar.ng that h" would r.ilhei dn
vh.u b.' captured. Jerry Ihiuuovai.t. a hn.ll.ei ••
Han's. Uervlotor.' re|u.it. «l by u- ba- i-c n ie. ■ lo/e.
being with the party, from the d. r pt mi g in
ol Pan. and I lie extent ul hui hgunug m l.ie all .a
he is tile last, ihmigh not the least, t .•iinectol will
it. IVU ''live i..|rn li. w ith that v igdauci'that al
w iysi hara -er./cs li iti when on duty, scarel*t
through the wbo.ecitv mi M mday. bui nothing <•
him could Is- found, lie, however, got wind tlia
h.- ha t left the city that evening. •»">• dotoiiiiii.e.
Hot Ut Is* outdone, and conseipleiitly h it yc-oad.i
inv»: tiiiiv;. tiirv*‘ o i 1*j- k, U*4 t fi*«fhn ii
rompawv With others ol the police, 1 hwa* be go
further informal ui. \ party ol four Is'in# seen n
a limit opposite the Hbilf tem.'r.eh und party cot.
realed »hetn*‘!ves m ar the river. They had «<•
long rein.lined tb re I. ..,ie t!,,- Is..it , ante a.dior>
• \ UlJC III t!»t* ^
was taken in ehargu wud bo-tight to the city, whit I
was r.' I. lied ..bout one n'do. k o .li r bv afl nmol.
- Me. Ill r .11)1,net.on with h's brother Jerry will b:l>
an rvarw.nal mi lie fore the Mayor this n,..ruing.
SrKicil.v. \ eapt liu ol a lieiiuau .'mupany. t
king his men out I * dr.'ll, and find ng that tliey • mih
not ols'v I..-m.iers str:tly.b.c..i;*'they could not: L
dersland him. lu.i.te each man put a u 'pof -ir iw c
the rigid pocket, and a wrap oi bay in the left |>m k
et and tb-n -ung imt— 'Look like «i,M'. look hi
me look like the tyBI. turn your rears to the i nnre
steeple, turn your uuses low aid Pick Johnson
hints.'; wheel tuil bulb of yo'tr leg’* toWwld th
straw w heel lint Lith your Ie -s tovvanl the hay
V'erV gaol. iiidveJ . uow . .noe nr.1 me and take goo
glas-1 lager.'* If the g*md old dut.iimsn was here
we would Urtf him to go to \. Y. St ekes A Co., an
treat his men ti) some of the new arrival at that e*
tablisliuient of twenty-live bug,!,, a ', ,,f sugar, lilt
bags of I'oH'ce. sev«uty-live birr» 1, ullimd -iigar. on
hundred barrels ./ro'f/y laimly flour. Bead a.ln i
tiwment and turn V«ur noses toward A. Y. Stoke
4 Co.’*, and attend *trictly ba wliat wo say.
A CariTOL Bn M>kk.—The people of Weak Vi,
ginia. so-called. Iiavesent Ilnur Legislature .it - arc
of a Cnpitol. They have searched in v arums place
including barebacked lltilltown. Siatersvalle. and
tic tit i'U, l‘lnlli|>|,i. Colo them we so V. as 1’:
would say, cmne bark. y.HI thmtrUri: eoliie bar
to vour obi mother, -he is Is-tter than any •< v/er v
^avc lately joined, for nc have a geuuilie old t *i
I tol hew, uuder who*: dam* stand* Ute »UUm of ban
who wii* erer trtr- M> «M VSrjr.um. and when you
are coming ‘hi" way «o pay dutiful respect to your
good old mother, stop at the Orange House. Rucker'*
iu Lynehhorjr foe it hi tit to receive the very best
people of old Virginia, aud ought certainly be' good
enough for too. l!y the way. friend Rucker, a&i e*t
rani* men* ? _
A Paas.—
Life is but a fleeting dream.
(’are destroys the zest of it;
Sw ft it glidelli like a stream—
Miud, you make the l«*sl of it1
Talk not <>r your weary tt.w-s.
Troubles, or the rest of it,
If we have but brief repose
le-t us make the best of it.
The individual who wrote that was a philosopher
of our school, that is, of the innocent recreation
school, lie was right, and, in our estimation, is
greater than tlie old f»gu*> called philosophers ol
old, or the new logics either, w ho bother themselves
about bullous, or olhcr tunitaJcn. Fverywhere in
this woebegone and to Is* reconstructed world »f
out*. poo*. li e I out, Itrokcn down and bedeviled
humanity seeks relief in |uirk . |«itlM-en and oilier
paleut inventions. And he nee. as Mr. Schilling,
, w l.o. by the way. is a polite arel real gcullcioau).
bolds out inducements to us all to indulge in rural
and other plea-ant recreations at the new 1‘ark at
Kuehauau's ipr.ugs an.l to trhirk. mark, no im
pr.^r rkmratUr* unit be aJm.lta.1% we advise you
all to go there and enjoy the arbors, aud lire walks
an<| tin* refreshments. Read advertisement in s|«s tal
column, and tuisl us, for we never deceived you. -
’ lU'u l *!
The French arc on the *ay. says the shan van
The 'i-rem-h are on the say, says the -ban vau
vaght:
The f i* n h an* on the say, and they il Is* here by
brake day.
And lb. :> we’ll clear the way. fays lIs* shan vau
Vaght.
|*ut that iu your patriotic pipe and smoke it. "fis
a d .rtd ievolutionary. aul John Riill. pro-French,
Fenian d.tlv, and it comes to our mind now. U-cutisc
tlie Legislature have passed the Franco Virginia
I'aiia! Rill, and for doing which we pardou them all
their long sjiecclws, au«l even lor their n lus.ng to give
a day’s pay lor the |m.»r of Richmond, as Mr. I.ar
nett proposed. We are so glad of the passage of
the ks.lt, that, if we had money enough, we would in
vite you of the Senate and lloit-e ol Ik*legates, olli
relit and all. to take some of h'reark A I len-haw s
line whiskey, and would scud some of it to some ol
them poor fellows who are out in the rouht, up thole
in We l Virginia so called, or we would treat all
hands to some nl Ret*. Viungling A buyer’s ale
and |~irlcr. now being luAUulaclurcd in Richmond,
md which ale and porl»T we tell you, ill all sober
jscnii.il to any we ever l.ist»-d, whether among
Ken.alls on tin* until mat. or among the French, or
in John bull’s country, (lor we were tlieiv once, and
got liable-,I by llic police for* l»vtlig a little Ua> pa
triotic alsiut the head aud rebellions about the lists).
Read advertisement. for we assure you that this ale
aud porter is of lln* very lim-st ipiality. "e have
tried thciu and like them so much that we wish the
brewery waswilbrii mouth-'hot of the II bijf olHce.
. i — - ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ -
DKY GOODS. CLOTHING, &c.
' | * 11K ATTKNTION
«»• IKK
1. A l) I k S IS CALLED
Tu iu* lur:;«- slutk “f
DOMKSTIOS AM* spkim: CAl.lCOKS, Ac.,
Jii.I rn«i*.'J lit
173 UUtiVU STUKLT, I'.iKXKK SIXTU.
CtxvJ I.I.- icli.'.l i'.iTTi>N>, 2">. !•> rent., Ittli.g iuiu.li
brl»« tli. N.'w Yurk tiru-« > **t Ibr.-* u. «k- agu.
Itr.awu CitrtUbS. t!<. SO, .'•>
CutUm anil Uarn SlIKKI'I.Mi.
S|.rio . I'AUCnEE.
T"'V ELS. TABLE UAMASK, nn.1 olli. r lloturkaritiag
Aniclw*. U» Ih.< k..IU at gtiialljr t..liu,.J |»ri«X4.
CALL SiuiX, Ul.il.. |::ir::.tli.K aro $oinf.
W. K. 1V-LK,
f„l.7t 173 l!r. :kl «ltr«l, r.-rurr Si xt It -
^ O T I C K .
We b*»g leave t«i inform our patron* and the public in
general, llial we »hall, until the Ini ol M-iirb, utter our
nt.<k of
DKfcLSS (itKil»S,
CLOAKS,
S»l WVL8,
Wool. ll«»»»Ds,
DLL \M NST C.M'Ks,
A* .. At ,
Ai and Winer coat, without re** rve, being do*ir**u*
mike r«.oui lv>r our Spring Slock.
Call early and secure die bargain* at
A. Ill LSI! A t’o.’S,
|/*l |lr*Mii ‘.tree!,
f, |.!f |l**lween Sixth and Seventh
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS.
\riHt«INIA:—At Knlrs contilined ;iu«l licM
' i*« do* ( lerk * iMH*v of the Circuit Court «.f Loui<t
| county, on Momlitv, the £4h day of February, ISrin:
Wtlii kM r. I;. Frazier, aduuiiUlrator (With th** will an
nexed) ol Nathaniel .Mill', Sr .devva'cd, and al*o a*
admimdiator (Willi the will annexed) of William II.
Mill-, d* reused, and the >aid William T. D Fraziei
aud I.ucinda l» , hi* wile, audit# iu their owu right'
-Dlaiulitf*,
%•*.%( s*r
WilDaiu W. Wood and Mary Ann hi* wife, and the said
William W. W*m*|, adiuini-'lraior ol Lucy F. D<»rt*»r,
d-**ea-ed. K>*h«iri T. Dorter, t'hartc* l>. Dorter, liar
riel K. Dorter aud L. D. Porter, iufaut children ol
Lucy I* l**»rter, d**ce.*»'« d, John U .Mill*, Thoiu.t - 51
P»«4) i• M«.rn* .in I
Harriet K. hi* wife, Nathaniel J. Mill*, Luhon .Mor
ri'. Lie hard K «*u» hunlro, William d. Diehard *n,
William Y. Miter, Deter 51. Daniel, Jobu Ntinii, Jen
at hat* T. Cowherd, Jamietta **gg, executrix of Tlm».
»»ij{,deceased, William 51. 5la**ey and Catharine C
Mil in—IS'i* ndant*.
IN CHANCRKY.
The object of ihi* nit ia lo set up and c*labli*h cer
tain r« cord* :»inl pr» reeding* of l.oui'a (Circuit Court in
ac;%u.'«* therm* |n*nding by the >tvlc of .Mill*’ adminis
trator, Ac ,ui am*! Mill* aud oilier*, which were l«.*l or
j «|e«tr* y• d, and lohaveth* estate ol Naihauiel Mill', Sr.,
j d« cea*vd. distributed among hi legatees and devisees
| under th-* direction* of the court, and also to enforce
1 the pat n». nt of certain bond* given tor the puich.i*o o|
j property heCetolore sold msh’T a decree ol lh«* t ircuit I
t'ourt of L*mi*a to the suit he r** in before referred to, ;
fflih h bond' wero l**j»t or destroyed along with >aid i
j rvc**rd* and proceeding* in the *aid 'Uit. And albd ivil
I having been made that the defend.*nt'. Kobert T. Dor
I ler, Tandy (». .Morn* and Harriet K. hi* wife, and Na
| :h tni••! J Mill.', arc non-resident* of thi* Mat**, it i>
• bidet* t that the *:ild Robert T Porter. Tandy M 5lor
rix and Harriet K. his wife, and Nathaniel .1 Mi'ls, d*>
appear here atiliin one month alter due publication ul
thi* order and do what i* n*ce>o-ury to protect th* i* in
t. r. *t. a ml that » copy *f tin* order !»*• published once
a week for four Mwre*.*iv** week* tn the Richmond
Whig, a I.*-w'paper publi'hod in the city «-f Richmond
A ***py—Teste :
feh;—luw in J. C. CAM.MAI’K, Clerk
\ TTIUJIN I A.—At Kititvi iieM in the* Clerk’s
(•dice of th** C*»unly Court of Powhatan county,
! from the 1*1 to (hood day ol January, inclusive, iu the
j your ).*ho- -
j flu»t«a« J. Noble and saiab R. hi' wife— Plaintiffs,
.VUINlif
I kliiah 'h 'f all »*•, Alb**rt llidi'n*!, Ann 1* 5L'ljfcltrii»ei
formerly Arm K. Stratton, and l.ixzie, Alice, Harriet,
Samuel kf.d Milner llobaoii, the Ave la*l b«*ii»g infant
.chi.dr. ii ol Mary Franc*** llob**u», d«H*onsed, lorrneily
Mai v Fraucca Stratton —iKrfend uita,
l .\ ClIA Nt'KLV .
This.'Uil i* brought for a dtvi>i**« of a tract of land
in Dowliotan c* unty, roulainiug 4TN a* r* », devUed hv
Milner J. Miattoii. d*c«*a-«*d, to III*' d*‘h*ndaul kli/alo th
Si rail- u I* t her lit* . and the platuttM* having Mlud thuir
hill, aud it app*‘ariug by i.lhdavit l.lnl that the d* 1* 0*1
*ot' 5ib**rt Hobson, Ann K. McLauriu*', Lizzie, Alice,
Harriet. Samuel and Milner ||ob*un, ar.* n**« r»**id« ut>
* .1 .... r i .nil... ai..i> ..fit... I.hiioiiuv
by Wtiii* J. hatcv. , their attorney, it i* ordered
that the -«ld ah-, nl del* udauta d»* appear here within
,,ii. liit.nih after due publication of ihi- order, and do
wli.it i- »»••«■•• *wrv l<> I'ruli-ct their m'ere-t herein, and
that a Copy ol this order he forth with i»n**rt«*d iir the
Kh tiiuoitil \V mu, » He«»|Mt|M r published in the city t*l
Richmond, and continued once w week lor f«*ur *ucee»
dvo weak*, and that another co|*y he po-t*d at the fr«*ul
d«»or «*f the court house of tin* county mm the neat*
c *unty court day.
A copy - Teat*:
janlT-lawtw U. F. liKAYKS, Clark.
1 | ALFRED lU'OIIES.
TimtlOl t*hl «**< l> Aicounawe* WITH
TilK IlnMtKIMTIilC SYSTK.U «»F MKMClXK,
II I- »•turned to the city and v» ill resume hi- practice a*
h relof»»re. (Hgce and re>id« nc* »»u lh*‘ ►••uth -nlo »•!
tirtru street, -ec* i»d door above Conner of Fourth -ire*t
nr r i* a Horn’d tlorniiig from > to )o , Noon fr< iu 2to
4 ; evening from 7 to !*. fvbti lit*
IU VNlSKirS KYK WHISKEY,
. $ barrel- Hunger’* superi** Rye Whiskey
1«» Urn«li* *» rv In*' ui>i !v»urb u \Vhi.-k» *
24 barrel* Mountain Kye W hi-key
7 A barrel* pure Recltded Whi k y
In -tore and M -ale at low pncaa l*y
f,.U7 CKO. I. IIKRKIXC A CO.
1 )A(Ji > N ami L A IH>.
I ) )*t<ih*i |M«uud» llacoii SI l»KS and >11* >C l.t»E US,
2>jo pound- >u;»r cut* d II AMS,
In Ittrrel* pi into leaf L.\Ul>,
t it -tote and tor sale by
, b.f t»K*>RGK 1. IIKRRINt) A CO.
^IMSAR autl COFFEE.
4«o hai r**L- li »r*l an t - it r.*ltned Sl *» A U,
A hog»h«ad.- t\ U SUGAR,
'j.i b.igs • •1 d (iimrum* mI J i va 1 1'i i hi.,
lo hag» priiue Laguay ra COFFEE,
-O bag- pi lino Ulo i ‘»l FKK,
For -alo low by
1 fetaif GKoRcK I 1IKRRIXQ A CO.
1 e v N i) i: iks.
Lond”ii Porter, h Idi \l« . Table t*l.»r*t. Am* l.ntidoU
I Ibnk brandy, tine Sherry Wma, U»t brand- Oiaiu
ptgM«a. Lngli-h, Kr» ncU ai d Xiueticao Mn-ttrd. liii*>t
i Green and Black T. a-. Worcester-hi re >auce, English
. t liuw CUoW, Ju , Ac , iu *tor» and for -ale by
ttKU i nEUUiS.. A CO.
jyr FONT’S FOWDKR,
Ini li’k* l>u Pout*- HFg Powder
241<|turl>’r keg- HFg Powder
2l> Case* II Fg t al*l*ler P*>W'der
3J*» k»-g- F an I FF I’la-ting do.
4o <|Uarter keg- K:i«cl** do.
l;i fa«< ■» U’Ui CiAliUler d«»
For - Je ll r las. WoRTII V \\ A Crt.,
feb;t *4* Agent* lor the Manufacturers.
ISACON! BACON ! BACON!
5 —
i * . k—> ii. uni- ro » •“* Bifu* SU."» »»•! ul-l. t»
Fm.il.. Iu« I KhM U 4 < RKSSH AW.
' r«b-M«f
SXlILDROFORRl M PUUiriCATUSI, U. S.
i v1 P , fui iiihiLli.a.
„ J. vi.Al K. Pn.sl.1.
t. l«7 IwO »trc».
CUIOCOLATK AN ll COCOA—A spfeadid
) wrtrclo. For win by I'oWkli Jt Mrl'HAlL.
_ _
! i \ATMK.M..(t»KN STARCH nil CARINA,
t_ / f.ir |»u4diiMC’. I'uW KR A M. I'll A* I. )
. («M(r ___|ir«c rtwi.
CtLOVEK SEED.— l'HJ IwMa prime CLO
1 VKi: bKKK, in >tor«* and f-r mI- by
fiWt UKOKUK I. HKKRISO * < <*
Tt-LIXIK OF BARK ANO PROTOXIDE OF
I, Pj 1K..JI.
S.cb«UCo4UT.r«iU
P..r ni« L# POWER * McrilAII..
u f-Mt_■ _
ll / \ILS! OILS !—itperui, Whalr, Matltiuo,
V/ Lanp aii.1 UnlUlt
" lur Kile 1., piiWER a Mi PH All.
i- f«Mf C.rnur Kill wJ M«io *»»
! Financial and CouwdojvmU.
TUB GOLD AND SILVER MARKET.
Richmond, February 6. 1866.
Broker* were buying gold to-day at 138. and
aelling at 140.
Silver buying at 133; selling at 136. Market very
quiet.
TOBACCO MARKET.
Thirteen hogsheads were nja-ned to day. Fifteen
hogsheads were pot u|> at auction. Of these, five
were taken in. and the balance were sold as follows:
Two at £6). «»« at 37, one at |S, one at t**, one at
$pj, one at 313, one at 113}, one at 314). one at
314}.
In Fetersburg, on the 5th instant, sales at the
warehouse were two hogsheads, one at 35 20, one at
37 25. and one lot loose at 34.
In New York, on the 3.1 instant, the market was
qinct aiol prices steady. Sales were, seventy hints.
Kentucky at from 11 to 27 cents. auJ fifty-six cases
Coll licet,cut at 42} cento. Also tweuty-uinc cases
ditto at 31 cents.
BALTIMORE MARKETS, FmiiU 5.
('nmil,—No sales.
FuifH.—Howard Street Super and Cut Extra, $8
5iki‘i Howard St ,-et Extra, 3 *u 10; Howard Street
Kamily, 3l2ul3; Ohio Su|s-r and i’ut Extra, |H 25a
H 50; Ohio Extra shipping. 38sv‘* 25: Ohio Eamilv,
tl.'.ilJ. Northwestern Super, #8 25.iS 50; Chicago,
choice, 3*1 25a!) 80: City Mills, good to fancy brands
Super, is rsu.s 75; Shipping lirauds Extra, ill 50a
II 75; Standard Extra, 3'* 25ai) 50; Baltimore,
Welch’s A Greenfield Family, ill 50; Baltimore
high grade retailing, 312 75; live Flour, new, 34 75
a5. Corn Meal—City Mills and Braudywine, 33 87}
al.
Moi.asses.—No sales.
GRAIN.— Wheat— white.32 50: red, 32 I2a2 25.
Ci 1 ax. — While. HSc.; yellow, 75c.
l*aiiv iriioss.—No change in |wiees worthy of note,
though there is a better feeling and more enquiry.
Sum:. Market firmer, w ith lair enquiry. Sales
ale le-lru led by unwillingness of holders to accept
current quotations.
W mskEY dull at 32 27a2 28.
NORTHERN MARKETS.
Nkw Yoiik, Feb. 5.—Cotton has h declining ten
dency sales of 200 bales at 48 cents. Flour is
steady; sales of 7 000 bills: Southern unchanged.—
Wheat liriu: sales of 14 000 bushels uew Milwaukie
Club at »l 74a 1 75. Corn has a declining tendency;
sales of 2b 1100 bii-hels at H3a8j cents. Fork dosed
buoyant: Mess 320 87.}. I.ard steady at 15al")e.—
Whiskey dull at $2 2.1a2 26. Rice firm hut quiet —
Sugar steady. Collee linn. Naval Store* dull. I’e
troleum steady at 32a32A rents. Freight* firm.—
Gold K»|.
WII.MINGNON MARKET, February 2, 6 I*. M.
Tikekntink.— 174 barrels received and sold at
35 25 loi y ellow dip, |s-r 2SU ) >011 nils. A lot of 1,81)0
barrels, former arrivals, was resold at same pi ice as
above.
spikits Tt’HPkNTiNK.—Sales of 66 barrels nt 55a
57}c |n r gallon lor w hite, in New Yolk packages.
Rosin. — In eoininon we nob- sales of 21 barrels at
32 for loose, I .Vi do. at 33 54 do. at 33 -10, and 50
do. strained at 33 50 |>er barrel.
Tak.—156 bids. sSjld at 32 15 per bid.
Cotton—Is in fair enquiry, but prices are rather
irregular. We quote sales of 35 hales at 35c for re
packed, 40c lor low middling, 42c, 42.}a43c for nod
dling, and 44c per pound for good middling.
Tirekk.—One laft sold at 312 per M.
DRY GOODS. CLOTHING, &c.
^y II.I.IAM IRA SMITH A ('•».,
CLOTH I K K 8 ,
II? Main Stkikt
WILLUll J. GUNN,
L B STARKE,
R. A. SAUNDERS,
Can bo found at tho above housu, auJ invito llir.ir
fciend* generally to all and
EXAMINE THEIR STUCK,
Feeling an* it rod that lb. y can nallsfy tho want* of all
in waul of
something really nicb and good
in lint way of
FASHION ABLE CLOTHING. j»n16 If
IIIIMUUG! NO HUMBUG I
CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES
THE GREAT BARGAINS
SELLING AT
JACOB EZEKIEL’S, NO. 11 MAIN STREET,
WHO IS CUMING OUT ms PRESENT STOCK 0F DRY
Goods \T. AND IN MANY INSTANCES LESS THAN
Cost, To MAKE A CHANGE IN HIS BUSINESS ON THE
FIRST OF JANUARY NEXT. novtO f
\TAI.KNTINK & FRANKLIN,
BROAD STREET,
Between Eighth and Ninth.
NOTIONS,
HOSIERY,
GLOVES auJ
FANCY GOODS.
We liavtt Jnt-I recelwtj a further ad.lilt..n In our stock,
tn il-.in : it a- c**int*Icle an at any time during thuauaruiu.
We call alleiilii.ii tu i
Wtudeu Uttod*, Snntaga and Cape*
C.>l|..n, -ilk and tin.ni cambric Handkerchief*
la.li.i-’ and lienla' wnoluu and cullnii Huiiwy
Buck. Berlin, ailk and other (lluvca
Coat, veal and trimming Itiilluiia
ladle*’ and Gent*' linen and paper Collar*
bailie*' and tictil*' woolen Shirt*and Drawer*
Rubber and born Coiub* and Bull on*, great variety
New atvle Head Nela
Magic Ruffle*. Uoup Skirt*
Skirl Kiald. Snap*
Peifutuery, Ac., Ac.,
At v. hnleaal.i, and a* low ** they can be bought any
whore MANNS. VALENTINE,
dncl.Vir P. A. FRANKLIN.
/ \ UK AT INDUCTION I
l l -
In ordur to reduce our *Dwk of
WINTER CLOTHING •* -
A* much a* possible by Spring, we are now
SELLING OFF
OVERCOATS,
BLANKETS and SIIAWI-S,
HEAVY CASSIMERK SUITS
And all Winter Clothing, at gr. ally reduced price*,
janllf W EKTKNBAKEK A WILLIAMS.
BOVS’ AND ClIILDKKN’S CLOTHING
a!w*v* mi bund, comprising
III KKCtlATS,
PANTS,
VESTS,
Black. Grey, and Fancy SUITS, to 111 Boy* from four
v.mr- old up ; a!*o large boys.
WHITE SHIRTS,
UNDERSHIRTS,
LOCKS,
COLLARS,
TIES, Sc.
WILLIAM IRA SMITH A GO .
f,.1,2-If 113 Main Hlreel.
UALL .v HUTCHISON;
Import*™ and Jobbers of
NOTIONS and WHITE GOODS,
Mt tho old nt;uid of Th«»maa, llo^boi* «fc ('nlJwoll,
N»>. 7 Kourtoeulb mUo*I,
bolwocn M-cin a ml Catt ffltrw**t*,
1UC1IMOND, Va.
Th«* inWrlbAM bav« formed a co-|mrtn*n»bl|» •*
dbtivc, aimI »ro now t»ro|mrt*d to exhibit a WKLLSK
IMTHII STih K uY HOODS t.unhi-^1 FROM F1MMT
H i<eim Felt CAAif, and wilt be pleased to Serve tbclr old
friends snd Ihu trade generally.
JOHN W. HALL,
Formerly of Thomas, llugbe- k C»’.dwell.
K A It S. HUTCfllBON,
Formerly of McVeigh, Howard k Co.,
Jecef Lynchburg, Va.
in, k. biusssa_Jas. 1. fovui-jso. r. tAKIT
I^URKESS, 1*0WEBS & YANCEY,
112 MAIN STREET,
(iir sraras,) Richmond, va.
The undersigned have formed a co-partnership for the
purpose of conducting a wholesale jobbing busiueas in
WHITE OouDS, HOSIERY, FANCY 0<M>D8 and
NOTIONS.
Our stick has beeu inducted with great care) and
bought exclusively for cash We (slier ourselves ne
ran offer to the merchants of Virginia, North Carolina
an,l Tennessee, superior induceieeuls
We call the attention of the trade toour stock of Cam
brics, Swiss Mn-lin, Irish Linens, llrilHants, lleni
slitched and L. 0. Handkerchiefs, Silk and Cidtoii
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, litoves. Fancy Wm.leu Hoods,
Umbrellas, Spool Cottons, Sewing bilks, Duttons, No
tions in great variety. Tailors' Triunuiugs, Ac., Ac.
We are determined to sell these gruels as low as they
can be boughi anywhere; and we confidently invite
the attention of the trade to our house.
net I If KUKRKSS. PHWE1LS A TANI'KY.
-tyJ EN’S UNDERWEAR HOUSE.
W. II HAYWARD, No. -S4 Main street, below Four
Dentil Street, dealer in all kinds of G<MI|MJ furMKN'.s
l’N DKliWKAK, Toilet and Fancy Articles, Perfumery,
.Soil..ns, Ac.. Ac. Also a great variety of Ladies' snd
Children's Hosiery, Gloves, Zephyr, Hood", Nubia-,
Breakfast ohawls, bcatfs, Socks, Ac., Ac.
GEORGE RUSK ELL, long aad f*vorahly known by
the eilueus of Richmond, respectfully informs bis eld
cii-toiiiers and friends that lie cau bo found al Ihe above
house, where b« solicit* a continuance of their favors.
•spat __
OM. MARSHALL,
, WITH
n ALL A HUTCH EBON,
turoKTUlS AM Jont-UUS
••r
St-TI. AN ANI» WHITE HOODS,
So 7 Fourteenth Slitn.1, below Main, Richmond, Va.
i»n3| _
V A i MAN S Moor SKIRTS,
^ nh improved coring tied iudestrucilble clasps.
7 hvse skirts are
Light,
Elastic,
Handsome,
_ And Durable.
*’"* Cheapest Skirts manufactured In tliu
United 'tales.
w. have Just received a full line of the ab..vo Skills
on roii-Unnirut and r.-spuctfulty invite the atteulioii
uf 1 afi• j IrM<i to tLtd auitf.
. w , . UA,X A HUTCHESON,
!fn. 7, 14th at , » f.vw 4oon ||ain.
f^HK BEST ASSORTMENT OK
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
MANTLE ORNAMENTS,
AID
PRESS BUTTONS,
To be had at JOHN HARTZ'.
DS Fluting done to order.
JOHN HARTZ, 217 Broad at.,
Between Fourth and Fifth street,
uovj if Next door to Mr Mitteldorfcr.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Daniel il London, fanbriM* *
Deed, fur nwl of the State, and GEN EllAL COM
Ml SION MERCHANT, Thirteenth street, Richmond
Virginia, off, re for aa'e a cargo of SALT lu .loro, verj
valuable REAL ESTATE, and aeveral of the celebrate!
VIRGINIA SPRINGS. Particularattentimi pail to tin
aale and pnrehaae of all kinds of TOBACCO, and the
adjustment of CLAIMS against merchant, and other*.
teb2 tljulyf ____
I > ELL, SHEPHERD & CO.,
1) general COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND UROCKRS,
Basin Hank, between IHh and luth .Ireeta,
Snlicii consign meat* uf Country Produce, Gnuiber
\V..od, Ac.
To Builder*. Coutrmetnr. and oilier., we would saj
tb.,t we au> prepared I** fumiah BILL TIMBER, al
length., at .hurt notice.
Knr .ale, on CiMialgnment. Superior Coentry Bacon
Butter, Tallow, Drlod Apples, Tobacco, Ac.
febl f __
r.O.Cour, I Wu.E. Puwil, | O. G.Coear.
/ lOSLY, PUGH & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION merchants and for
WARDING AGENTS,
(Franklin .troet, between Fifteenth and Sixteenth,)
RICHMOND, VA.
We hare mado arrangement, with Messrs. Tndd
Pugh * Co., uf Peter.burg, by which our friend* lu
North Carolina, and oilier* who are nio.1 convenient li
the North Carolina Kuilinud., and who pr. f.r .ellln*
their Tobacco and mber Produce lu tbi* market, cat
have It forward*! la ua promptly aud without charge
except for drayage. Consignment. reapeclfully .nil
cil. d f. bl ly
J. K WAKKBI*. I W. W UPKCn
vy AKRKN & LURCH,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AX|l AUKXTH Poll TIIK HAt.R UP
MANUFACTURED TOBACCO,
No. Ss CoMuaues ktkkkt,
MONTGOMERY, Ai.a.
Prompt atlenlion given In consignments.
Cash advanena mado on good* on hand.
RgvkuPNi'F*.—McDaniel A Irby, Lynchburg, Va.; N
M Nnrlloet A tin.; Kent, Paine A Co., J. II. Montague
Kn|., Richmond, Va ; Major W. T. Sulburliu, Danville,
V A. dec*—Am*
VyOOI^OLK & '1 HORN LEY,
GENERAL COMMISSION AND LAND
AGENTS,
OPKKU TilVIK KKKVirK* PUR TUB UAI.K OP
LAND, CROPS OF CORN, WHEAT, TOBACCO,
*1*0,
Special attention given lu procuring LABORERS, belli
WHITE and COLORED, for this aud the adjacent
Countie*.
Always have on hand for .ale, on reasonable terms,
a large mimlmr of Hue FA UMS, of all sites aud descrip
tions, in Ibis and other Kl ,tea.
Address Routing Green, Caroline county, Virginia,
ja nil-tint
I > REINS ft SON,
IV* UROCKRS, COMMISSION AND
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Alsu, Dealer* in
wood, COAL, Horse FEED AND BOAT SUPPLIES.
They respect fu I ly solicit consignments of Agricultu.
ral Products of all kinds, especially of
TOBACCO AND WHEAT.
Strict ailciitluii lu business and prompt returns ol
sales, they pledge to those who may lavor them will)
their palloitago.
lh)VoUkc and l.umbor-huuau between Ninth anil
RICHARD REINS,
au2o—If LUTHER R. REINS.
I*. I!. Srlll KTT.late of the Itrui of Powell 4 SuM. lt
t’KTKH A. Sl'BI.KTT..KlchlUsIld, Va
|) B. & r. A. SUliLKTT,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
OlTer their service* for the sale of
TOBACCO, WHEAT, CORN, FLOUR,
and all klud* of
COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Particular attention given t.i Iho purchase of merchan
dise, and orders promptly lilloJ.
0litre ou Thlrleonlh street, near Cary. oct2l>—If
IIAXIKI. A. WII.80.V, JK., I. W. PATTOS,
Furuierty uf Wilson, Masnle 4 Co. .
■yy 1LSON, PATTON & CO.,
AGRNTS FOR 8A1.H OF
LEAK AND MANUFACTURED TOBACCO,
AND ORNF.KALCOMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 1(16 Okavikk Stk*kt, NEW ORLEANS.
KKFKHBHCla:
Wm. It. Mi.-farlaii.l, President Farmers' Bank of Vlr
ginia, Richie.net, Va.
Baron 4 Itaskervillo, Richmond, Va.
Edward Nall.. 4 Co , and Kotchford, Btowu 4 Co., New
Orleans.
Messrs. Ijmghorn, Wui. II. Hall, Wm. D. Miller, Lynch
I.. Va. novS.-Sm*
| J. BINFORD .A SttN,
f I •
ORoCKRS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Curner Thirteenth and Franklin ilreets,
RICHMOND, VA.,
Keep constantly on hand n choieo supply of
FAMII.V GROCERIS,
WINKS, DltANDIES,
WHISKEY, RUM, 4c.,
which we are soiling at wholesale and relail.
As Commission Merchants, we give particular alien
lion In the sale .if Totmecu, Wheat, Corn and Country
I* rod no- generally.
Prompt returns made. eepsf
rpHK UNDERSIGNED HAVE THIS DAY
1 associated themselves under the style and Ann l-l
FRENCH 4 CRENSHAW,
For the purpose of conduct lug the
grocery and commission business.
At theireouitnodioiis and extonsiro Slum-House, on tin
corner of Main and Xinlh streela.
They w ill keep on hand lh» most select an.) choice
Ht.s-k ..r lir.e.un. »-f «w..vy 4oM«rt,.tt..n, toe I..Jinn
WINKS,
IJQUGRS,
• TEAS, 4c.
Which they will be prepared to sell npon Iho most rua
soluble terms.
Personal atleulion will he given to the sale of all
ColINTRY PRODUCE and merchandise generally, con
signed lo our House.
SETH BARTON FRENCH,
LEWIS l>. CRENSHAW, da.
B{J' Until Iho Best of November, lliey can he found
at it,.- OINco “f llaxall,Crnlishaw 4 Co. Wtffl-tf
I ^ AN BRIDGE .V ANDERSON,
HROGERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Nu. InA Ban an Stukkt,
RICHMOND, VA ,
Will furnish BAGS for Grain, and solicit consignment!
of all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE, and guarantee Hit
highest market price for the same, and, by maltiny
prompt relume, save their patrons iho tn.uole and ex
pens!! of visiting Richmond. dec4-lf
j^uoKKR, KERR & LYON,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
imice corner 16th and Frauklln streets,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA
Prompt attention given to sales of all kinds COUN
TRY "HOUltCK. Jy2«--tf
ute of M-mj-hiH, Teim. L»U* of LyacbburK, \ a
A K i ll I ’ It roNfclil.l.,
tale »f Montgomery, Alabama.
/CLIFFORD, WALSH & CO.,
Vknkral commission merchants,
Mo*. 47 and 49 Gravler, aud 22 Now Levee streets,
NEW ORLEANS, LA..
Pay particular attention tollift sale of MA NUFACTUUEl
TOBACCO and YVeslern Produce.
Ukfkb lo Scotl .V Brother, St. Louis, Mo.; Messrs
Copeland it Clark, Memphis, Tenu. ; Commercial Bank
Memphis, Teim. ; Charlu* Lullng, Ks.|., New York
Messrs. McDaniel it Irby, l.yncliliurK, Va.; Messrs. C
W. Purcell A Co., Richmond, Va. ; Messrs. Tboiuai
Branch it Sous, Petersburg, Va. ; Ebou Kirk, Esq.
Montgomery, Ala. doc!4 dm
nANDRIMK A ANDERSON,
CROCKftS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
No. 105 Bboah Stbkkt, Ricbmosip, Va.
Have In store and for salo, on the most reaaonabh
lerins, a large assortment of FAMILY UKULYIIIIISaiii
supplies. _ dee4-tf
rpHOMAS A. HRANDKK,
CvBSKR SKOOXD amp Gbap* Sthkhtb.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY, COM
MISSION AND FEED STORE.
Constantly on hand, a large stock of GROCERIES am
I.KUIORR.lioOSB FUKNISUING GOODS, FKIHTS,CAN
'•rd'er^addressed to Bo* 1703, Richmond P. O , wll
receive prompt attention. n0*21 "3®
WT. 0 L ARK A C O .,
, grocers and
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
| an30—6m * DANVILLE, VA.
(j P. A J . U . W t> R 1>.
TOBACCO AND GENERAL
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
CoKSKB SBVE.VTH AND CaXAL STBKKTS,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
Kollctl consignment* of all kind* of
CoHNTNY PRODUCE,
To which they will give their personal attention.
Ikti Returns made promptly. .3*
nov3--c2i»wt>m ^ _ __
|,> 1L ROBERTS,
UENEIIAL COMMISSION AND FOKWARDIMQ MKR
CHANT,
Kicnaoax. Vusiiia.
Having taken the new and commodious Warehouse
between Tenth and Kleventli streets, oni the BmIi
Rank, respectfully solicit* consignment* of MLKHAN
BISK and PIIODUCK. Storago taken at reasonal.l
rates. ortl2--d4wi4m*
_ . ) — ■ i *.■ J
1 I^STAHLLSIIKD Is45.
j II _
LOUIS J. BOSS I EUX,
Manufacturer of
DOUBLE-REFINED STEAM CANDIES
And Dealer In
CONFECTIONERY, FRUITS, PICKLES, CIGARS,
&C , Ac ,
Hri?M lo Inform liia old frit nils and customer* lb.it be k\
rcall mod biialntss at bU old utand,
No. SoMAhN STKKET.
He desire* to return thank* for their »a*t liberal pa
Iron age and invite, them tn a renewal of their ['“ones
connections, promising equitable dealing. lUiall
and quick sale*._Jat.2P-e.HlBt
| ARDI LARD! LARD!
COO |H>onds No. 1 LARD
Fnr nala low, to clo««* eontignuninl.
JAH-Jyf FRftCNCI! A CRENSHAW
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SCH9013 AND COLLEGES.
ED1CALCOLEGK OF VIRGINIA,
AT KICUMoND. *
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SPRING AND SUMMER SESSION—1*46.
A regular COURSE OF LECTURES In thl* Institution
lit coiiitu-nc** oti the 10th of April, and continue four
'month*, under the *au»e regulation* a- for the Whiter
cuur»o. A i oMiiMiKi-iQMit f*T conferring the Degree
Will ho hold at Ihe Clime of the m>wli4l. All ll»e r. |U»
»lte faiiSitio- for thi-or* tical and practical Instruct Ion
ire a* tho conimaad i f ihe faculty, including act« » lo a
lliMpilal containing hod*.
KEKh- - iSynhi. ifimrr* aeyk—Matrienlallon A; Tick
et* of seven |*n»fe*a.ir- flu&; Graduation fTW; l'«*
uion*trat«.r of Anatomy fin.
For further lulumalitiii, or a copy of the circular,
address L. S. JOTNI'S, M IV,
MSsNkNi kna ..f the Faculty.
QOLDEN II ILLS A( * A I >KM V .
CLASSICAL AND ELEMENTARY FCIItiOL.
THOS. T. DuULDIN, M. A., Ifntrer.lly Virginia, Prin
cipal.
THUS. T. BUULDIN, Jr., Assistant.
The regular session or this school Is divided Into
two term.- the first term commencing tho Ui Septem
ber and closing the 3l*t January; the second com
mencing the 1st February and closing doth June.
The object of llie Sellortl is to prepare the student for
college or for the ordinary business r»f life. The method
of iii-truclion will be by daily recitations arid lectures.
At ihe close of each month, circulars, showing the
avenge standing of tho pupil in his classes during Ihe
month, will ho forwarded to the parent or guardian.—
Near tho close of each term there will ho an oral and
written examination of each class upon the studies pur
sued during that term; and, when tho pupil distin
gnUltoK himself in theso examination*, certificates of
snrli distinction will he awarded to him.
Thu school la located in Charlotte county, Virginia,
two miles from Drake's Itranch Depot of the Richmond
aud Dan villa Railroad, aud eighty tuiles front Rich
mond. The location hits bean remarkably healthy for
more than fifly years.
TERMS—'Tuition and board (light* and towels ox
copied) for session of teu Months, three hundred dol
lars, in currency, payable (one half) at the commence
luonl of each term.
IlKKKkKNCKA:
Chu*. L. Mo*bv, Robert J. Davis, Win. T. Yancey,
Esq*., Lynchburg; Rev. J. Blair Dabney, Campbell
county, Virginia; Rev. John A. Wharton, liberty, Vir
ginia; Rev. John Scott, l.exiogtun. Virginia; David
Read, Ksq., Roanoke county, Virginia; John IV Rad
ford, Ks«|., Montgomery county, Virginia; Professors
Charles if, Voi.ables and James L. Cabell, University
Virginia; Judge John A. M< redilb, R. II. Maury and
C. II. Barksdale, K.-«|*.t Richmond; Frank G. Kntlln.
Virginia; T. N. Watkins and Stephen U. Southall,
Prince Edward comity, Virginia; Jonh IV Mcl'hail,
Ks4|., Norfolk; Colonel Win. Townes, Mecklenburg
county, Virginia ; Colonel Robert Wither*, Danville,
Virginia ; Judge George Gilmer, PilMylvunfa county,
Virginia ; lion. Thomas S. Flournoy, John R. Edmund*,
Km|., and Judge William Leigh, Halifax county, Vir
ginia ; Judge II. II. Marshall, Henry Carrington, Kh|.,
William IV Green, K*«| , William II. Dentils, K*<|.,and
William T. Scott, Kaq., Charlotte county, Virginia, and
to my present and former patron- generally.
Addrovs TIIU.MAS T. IIUIJLPIN, Principal,
Drake's Itranch Post office,
J.inlii tawCn Charlotte county, \ Irg ini«.
WASHINGTON COLLEGE,
LEXINGTON, VIRGINIA. -
The next half session of Ihi* in-dilution will begin
February' 1st and end Juue'JMli, IsCd, Under the Pros!
deucy of General IDHlF.IlT K. LKK, axsisleJ by a com
potent corps of Professors.
TERMS.—For Tuition, Rouni Rent, ana all other Col
lege fees, Foil, for III.* term Of five monlb*.
For further narlhular*, address
decIlMArtfui «'• HAUltih, « inrK «*r fni-miy.
jnKMALK SCHOOL
CHARLOTTE CoURT-IIOlJSR, VIRGINIA.
The subscriber will re-opon bis School at Charlotte
Coml house Hie l-l of February. Falllifnl ami tho
rough training will bo secured Inllio pupils under hi*
care In the lower ami higher branches of a couiplelu
English Education, in lliu Isilin, IHeek and French
iatnguagex, and in Music oil the Piano, lie fool- war
ranted ill making this pledge by an experience ef many
years, devoted almost exclusively to the Distinction or
youths of holli sexes, in Ibe counties of Piinco Kdwaid
ami Cliarlotlo, Virginia, and more recently in Princeton,
New Jersey.
For testimonials of his profemional skill and fidelity,
he lakes (lie libeily l* refer to I lie Professors of Union
Theological Seminary, In the President and Professors
of Hampden Sidney College, to Rev. lira. Brown and
||ugU ,,f Richmond, ami lo Rev. John Miller of I'elers
burg For information, as to tonne, address the Princi
pal* 1>A VID COMFORT,
j t it36 2w
ATQUWOOD SCHOOL,
NELSON COUNTY, VIKOINIA.
Wn.i.i am 0. Cabki.i., (drad. Unlv. Va.) Principal.
Ur.M Ki.oT M Hi.ARKPoitu,(M. A. Ilnlv. Va.)
EiiW'Ahd Cl'X.viXUlUU, Jr. (Until. V. M. I.)
The undersigned will open at Ills residence, In Ibu
county uf Nelson, on Ibe James River Canal, and with
in seven miles of the bynrhtturg and Alexandria Rail
road, ON THE FIRST uFotTroRFIR,
A lltl.V RUINil SCiliml, FoK BOVS,
lie proposes to make it a first-class sclionl, and with
Ibis en.l ill view has employed aindsfawta of the highest
.| mil Ideal ions; one a Master of Arts el llio University «
Virginia, anil a teacher of considerable experience ; the
other a first honor graduate, ami formerly Assi.-tnnl In
structor ill Mai hematic*, in Ibe Virginia Military insti
tute.
TUB conks* of KTCliV
Will coin prise all the blanche* ol a t'lassieal, Matlie
nmtical, ami the usual Kiigltsb Felmatioii, looking to a
tborongb preparalioi, for the University, for College,
or for the ordinary pursuits of life.
betters wilt lie sent on the 1st and Ifitli o eacli month
to parents or guardians, stating the buallli, end net and
progress of llieii sons or wards.
Penmanship, and the training of boys for aclUe Busi
ness life, will receive particular attention. Pupils will
be taught not only a perfect use of tie- pen, lint Book
keeping ; the readiest iimdea of calculating Inloiesl ,
the best manner of tiling papers lor reference, now to
make ulf fiduciary and oilier account* ; and bow to pie.
pare a check, a bond, a uegotiaiilu note, or i.inei bust
ncss paper. These things, indispensable as they are to
a practical education,are unfortunately but IMloirgain
ud by most teachers. In this School special une will
bo taken to do them full Jnslico.
Thll**
The Session will begin the 1st October, IShfi, anil end
the -Itli July, ISGti; and will he divided Into two terms
of four and a half nteiiths each.
The charge for Hoard and Tuition pot trim, diitlug
the current session, will lie ♦!*' In a| ecie, or its equtra
lent in currency, payable in advance, ot subject to sjie
elal contract, i w lien Uesircil, pay.. .» I*.,
in tobacco, luiiitier, plaster of Paris, incirhaiollsr ol any
kind; or in grain, door, meats, butter or other sup
plies.)
Tile above charge does not include fnei, lignts. »as,.g
lug and towels. Weul will be fillhlslied at ♦! fi» pot
cord, so that when several pupils occupy llio san.
room the cost to each will be trilling
KKMAKKH.
The neighborhood of this School is one oi Ills best Is
the Slate, and otfers strong Inducements to those win,
desire to surround their sons or wards with refined and
intelligent associations.
Within a short walk of the School there are an hplscn
pal, a Baptist anda Methodist chinch, at one of which
there is serviceevory Sunday. Family prayers are held
morning and evening In the liolise of the Principal, who
pledges Ills lie t elforls In promote the moral as well as
menial welfare of those romuiittcd lo Iris charge.
liKPKMKXCK*.
Faintly of the University of Virginia, Faculty of the
Virginia Military Institute; fleiieral Robert *h bee,
Kev. Jelin Scott, lleneral F. II. Smith, laixlugton, Va;
lion. John B. Baldwin, Judgu b. P. Thompson, Staun
ton, Va; Alex, ltlves, K-q., Frank Minor, Es<|., Rev. K.
K. ilende, t'harloUesvIlle, Va; Judge Win. Daniel, Jr.,
John <•'. Meelil, Esq., F. It. Deane, Esq., Captain C. M.
Blackford, hyuebhurg, Va; Judge R. H. Raker, Norfolk,
Va; Colonel II. CoaDer Cabell, l>. Lee Powell, Esq.,
Palmer, llarlsnok ,V t.o , Ktchmond, Va; ... J W.
Warn, Itorry vine, ii»ri cnuiuy, »a,
inn rick, >>.iii villi*. Va; Colonel Edmund Hilliard, llilck
iiigliaul, Ya; Rev. F l>. Goodwin, Wytlinvllle, Va;
Cliarliia C T.it.', Km) , Max Meadows, Wythe uom.tjr,
Va; Julius llarl.oiH, kM|., It. II. Cunningham. Kmi.,
Culiieiiw coiinly, Va, l>r. A. I,. Brent, liretii" Blntt i*
o, Va ; III. Bov J. Joliiis, D. !>., Bl*h"p of Yliglnla.
Win. II. B'.yd, Buchanan, Va; Majoi B. I*. Noland,
la iinloiiii, Va; Ward Con Mill, Kaq., Taltoll I*. <>., Va,
ColouolT. J. Band"!|di, Keswick I*. «>., Va; Win. W.
Gilnior, K«i|., Ivy Depot, Allieinarn county, Va; Jmig*
George lllluiei', Pituy I vaula, Va; Cliaa. 1. Powell,
Emi. James Iteid, K*i|., Alexandria, Va, Philip Txlili,
K*q!| Ellin>H*s Mills, Md; Z M. P. King. E*i|.. Waib
ingtuii, l>. 0. ...
Address WM. D. CAIIRI.L, Principal.
Tye Itiver Wareluoiso Po'lolllcs.
decl Sm Nelson county, Va.
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSES.
■ ANDKKTll’S
Ij WARRANTED
c A I! |I E N S K EDS,
(CROP OF ISflC),
Just received and for sale. Wo keep constantly on
hand
FARM GRIST MILLS, WIIERIED HAY RAKES
CORN Ml El.I.EKS, PLOUGHS
PLOUGH CASTINGS, CULTIVATORS
CORN PLANTERS, WHEAT FANS
CUTTING BOXES, UNION WASHING MACHINES
WATER DRAWERS, SPADES, SHOVELS
HAV FORKS. CLoTIIES WRINGERS, AXES
1 And all kind.* of Agricultural Implements. We also
uel I
PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES and SAW MILLS, and
BATES' HOISTING MACHINES
Sole agent* for the Statu of Virginia lor the vale of
RUSSELL'S COMBINKH MOWER and REAPER
BUCKEYE COMBINED MuWKU and REAPER
.EJTNA COMBINED MOWER and REAPER
I BUCKEYE WHEELED CORN PLOUGH
Al*o, MONITOR MOWER and REAPER.
BECKHAM fc CO.,
I f,-b2 tf| Cary,between mil and I2tlielrcelx.
jmsw agricultural wahkhousw
SEED AX'D GUANO STORK,
Fifteenth street,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
Jans* W. Au.lEog, I E. B. Anuieon, Jr.,
Richmond, Va. I of Alexandlia, Va.
AM.ISON A ADDISON,
Keep nlwxy* on bund
CORN sHELLERS,
CUTTING BOXES,
CHURNS, WELL CURBS,
FAN MILLS,
CIDER MILLS, PL0W8, HARROWS,
and a general iiuortwal of Agricultural Implement*
and Machine*,
SEEDS, GUANO, BoNF, DUST, k,\
Order* promptly attended to. nor!3f
Agricultural v a rk ii ou s k -
established in im«—Tb* *ub*criber» *tin
continue their 110*1111'** at the old eland on Franklin
•treat, between Wall *trent and the ItallanLHmute, and
will be glad to *ee their old cuatoiner* and the public
generally.
In addition to the stock of PLOWS of ourown patient*,
we make
Rick's Iron Beam Plow*, for one, two, three and four
hoieeR, known a* F. D. D.; Wa hiligt'iu, Old Dominion
I and Pioneer Plow* ; Plow Ca*tiug* f..r nearly all the
Plow* In n*e.
, And keep for sale Garden Seed.*, Timothy, Herd* and
Orchard* Gra** Seed* ; Baltimore Company Poudrelle ;
Baltimore Company *uper Phosphate of Lime, Ac., Ac ,
ie. GEORGE WATT k CO.
au39- tf
VTOTIGK.—Fur tlie purpose of winding up
Xn onr old bu*ine»*, the *tyle of our Orm, fr.-m this
date, will tie S. C. TARDY A CO.
, |good) TARDY k WILLIAMS.
Ri. ■■ORB, V*.. February 1st. IKoU. febl-'Jw
rpARDY, WILLIAMS & GO.arc now making
g preparation* for opening, early next uutthnn, tlie
celebrated Hof SPRING.', In Bath coiioly, Virginia,
> and are having the BUILDINGS REPAIRED and the
HOTEL REFURNISHED. No.iceof thelime slim lb,/
will lie opened for VISITORS will be duly given,
felil 2w _
JUST RECEIVED, ON CONSIGNMENT,
200 blits Vauiou* Epicurean and I.cgg*' Family
Flour,
60 boxe* Brown and Yellow Soap,
• 20 keg* Lard,
800 lb*. Superior Roll Butler; Pickles, Ac.,
For sale at lowu*l market rate*.
WEISIGEK, MONCURK A
jan^f 78, Main »t., (upttair* )
LAND AGENCIES, Ac, wiy
QIRCULAR.
EXTENSIVE LAND AGENCY,
DAUVrLUB, VA. ' ' -
Th.- undersigned offer their ice* to tlm-pubJlc a*
agent* for ih? ulu and purcha.se of LAND.
They will promptly sell and buy Heal Estate In t*ir
Rinia and North Carolina, and, on special coni mete,
LumL further South.
Their location near the border Huh of Virginia and
North Carolina, and at the Junction uf lire Richmond
and Danville and Piedmont railroad*, give* iIm*iu easy
access to the surrounding country. They wilt buy or
sell lotM ill Ihmviile or other town- in Virginia and
North Carolina—Isolated tract*in the country and larger
areas for immigration colonies, also Mineral' Lauda for
miuiug operation*, in Western YlrgtnUand North Caro
lina.
Arrangement* aro being made with Northern eompa
ale* and agent* to furnish capital and purchaser*, which
will Increase our opportunities for effecting sales. A
tong experience In the legal profession will enable one
of the partner* accurately to investigate titlo* and pre
pare title deeds. No general law bui'iim** will hereaf
ter be attended to by hitu. The business of the con
cern will receive bis undivided attention.
Our li.-t of Lind* for Pale, with minute specification*
of locality, soil, Ac., will he mo-t extensively circu
lated l»y iulv« rii-emenl through Northern and Southern
Slates. A fee from li ve to ton dollar- will be charged
in advance, to cover the cost of advertisements, and
usual commissions after sale*, hut no commissions if
if land i« not sold In reasonable time.
Our patrons will plcane give minute descriptions of
locality, size of tract, qualities of soil, and to what sta
ple crop* it is best adapted ; whether suited to the
growth of the vine, aud, where lands are offered for
mining purpose*, a full de*cri)*tion of their mineral
qualities. E* ud also the price per acre and terms of
payment. HEAD it HILL.
•IKOtUJK W. READ. CoK.XEI.ira U. II 11.1..
REFERENCES.—'William T. Satherlln, wniUm T.
(Mark, W. 8. Ration (Hunker), Ron'din A lo.iildin (At
torneys), Danville, Virginia; Jam*-* M. Whittle, Hon.
Heorge II. Hlluier, lion. William M. Treadway, Pittayl
v.tnia Court House, Virginia; John R. Edmunds, Hull
fax Hour! House, Virginia; Wood liotildin, Charlotte
county, Virginia; lion. William Daniel, Richmond or
Lynchburg; Janies Alfred Jones, Charles I*. Williams,
A. V. Stoke* %V Co., Richuioud, Virginia; Me 11 hi in,
Son A Co., Joseph K. Venable A Co., Petersburg, Vir
ginia ; Frank N. Watkins, Farmville, Virginia; John
Wilson, Samuel Watkins, Milton, North Carolina ; lion.
Edwin H. Read, Roxhorouph, North Carolina; Samuel
P. Hill, Yancey v ill ••, North Carolina; Willie J. Palm
er, Charles De’wev, Raleigh, North Carolina; ltulliit A
Kairtborne, Philadelphia; Samuel Ayres, Son A Co.,
Chari* s R. Hunt, William F. Mill, Clement Read, Chas.
D. Hill, New York ; Little, Brown A Co., Boston, Musa ;
McClish, Rives A Co., 1lHrh« rt A Hairston, Baltimore,
Maryland; John B. .MePhail, Norfolk, Virginia; Con
way Robinson, Alexandria, Virginia.
REAL ESTATE FOR SAFE.
We offer for nab) one of the very Aueat private real
deuce* in Danville, on Main street, joining Farmer’*
Bank, six rooms, two storied, very ample out-hoin*es
and buck and front grounds—biiildiu;;* all newly built,
in Hue taste, and I he workmanship excellent. Dwell
ing roofed with tin, line garden, beautiful enclosure
round I Ini lot---* • ry convenient I«» business part of
town. For terms, apply to READ A llll.h.
Also, a M11.1. SITE, at or near Milton, with II acres of
Land all ached, water power from Dun liter—the Mill
bouse bas been hurried ; the power drove an eighteen
font undershot wheel ; supply of water never failing ;
good spring and small House on the premises. The lo
cal ion i- a veiy desirable one, being in the midst of a
very Healthy suction of country. The Mill, before it
was bin nl, had a t plendid custom. Price, t
Aico,
A TRACT OF LAND,
In Appomattox County, Va.—235 acres—within two
and a-iiulf mile* of I’utnpiiu’* Depot, but located imme
diately on South-Side Railroad, one-fourth In best For
osl Crowlli, and one fourth In Pino Forest ; lies very
level; suMVplihlo of highest improvement*; has a bed
of the ro lehr.. I ml Appomattox Pipe (May ; also a Soap
stone quarry a few yards from the Railroad lied ; dwell
ing House, hve room*, ollice, kitchen, ice-house, Ac.—
I lie price asked, which Is t.t.noo.
A TRACT (it TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE
ACRES,
In tho county nf Halifax, south side of ll.m river,
twulvu miles s«*ulIt of U«»Mou Depot, iiiurljf une-lhird
in original forest, thirty acres creek Hat,Home tine plant
land, well adapted In all the Maple crops ; tine orchard,
hupioveiuents ordinary dwelling, kitchen, stables,
new corn crib, two good barns. The whole a desirable
farm for prolii.ihiecropping. A bargain may he had in
this land. Terms—either cash or twelve uumlhs’
credit.
A Iso,
A TRACT OF LAND IN THE COUNTY OF CU A 11
Id »TTK,
on Turnip Creek, adjoining the residence of o|«| Patrick
Henry, deceased, containing live hundred and seventy
two acres, celebrated for raising the best mallufacturing
tobacco. Originally a very rich soil, and now in go**d
heart, nearly one hundred acres creek and branch flat,
Well timbered, with plenty of good plant laud. Im
provements—large, Hound Dwelling House, uighl
rooms, UMial oiit-hoUHOs, Ice-house, lino spring in lb««
garden, near the house -good orchards ; susceptible of
division, particularly for two tracts of three hundred
and seventy and two hundred and two acres. Terms—
Eight dollars pur acre. A great bargain. We know the
tract.
Also,
FIVE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES, ON
CAIN CREEK,
Three and it half miles northeast of Danville—near two
hundred acre* of tlat ; all land of good body, in good
condition and little worn. The homestead Improve
ments very moderate, hut six good tobacco barns, seve
ral good orchards. Will he told together or in two
lntctx.
One of
TWO HUNDRED AND FIVE ACKER,
For fl/idii c:mli. Thu two together for ♦7,n»M rash, or
fs.iMM, olio-fourth cash, residue in six, twelve and eigh
teen months. Tin* wood, for fuel, sold in Danville,
will more I hail pay for l lie tract.
Also,
A lloUSK AND LOT IN MILTON, NoRTII CAROLINA,
Simated In the moM central and business part of the
towu,joining Newhell'n drug More. The lioii.su i» two
storied *, could he made a comfortable dwelling, w hile
i ho front mom, with a little titling up, would make one
of the lintihl store-rooms in town. Can be bought
cheap.
Also,
AN IMPROVED TRACT OF THREE HUNDRED AND
SIX ACRES,
one and a half miles from Danville—Dwelling House;
six moiiis ; vety good oiiI-Iioiimch ; tine garden ; good
o t chard. It can he divided to make two farms «.f about
one hundred mid lifty acres each. Near enough to have
business o Hire* in Danville. Tho laud produces I ho
best manufacturing tobacco. Also, suited to a dairy
farm and market gardens. READ HILL,
hut&tf.tf Enid A . i.t
gOUTUKRN LAND, KMKiliATION AND
PRODUCT COMPANY,
OKOAM/.KD FOR TUB FUKPOSK OF
ITRODITCINO
CAPITAL, LAHOU AND MKCIIANICAL SKILL
WTO TUB
KOUTliEKM STATES.
Ruaki'ii OrrH't Curmrk Sbvkktrbntii axd Pocr St*.,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
The undersigned, the Virginia Aycntand Correupnnd
oi,t uf the Southern lauid, KmigMliuiuiul Product Com
puny, Headquarters New fork, desires In introduce into
the South, nil :i largo .rale, ,Staliniii|ry iiini Portable
Unglues, Saw ami Griot Mill., Sasli, l.ltinl*, Poors and
all kinds nf lluilding Material, Cotton Gins and Pres***,
Wagons, Whiskey and Turpentine Stills, Agricultural
Implement* and Lahnr-Saving Machinery nf all kinds,
at manufacturers’ wlmlesale price*, or in other word*,
to nave In it* customer* from 15 to 2it per cent, nf the
amount they would he forced to pay II they go into
market themselves aud buy at the lowest figures possi
ble for individual*.
White Labor, German, Scotch,-Ac.,supplied. South
ern Lands sold, leased or exchanged. Gonsigtimailt* of
to lire sale ol SI .tie and Railroad Bonds and all oilier
Southern Securities.
Address 8. T. WRIGHT,
nov2/i-tf Caro Tardy .V Williams, Richmond, Va.
J^XTKNSIVE LAND AGJSNCY.
y. ». KRAII, WILLIAM A. *»ITH,
Attorney at law. Clerk Charlotte Couuly
and Circuit Court.
R B A J) A SMI T II ,
LAND AGENTS.
Tlie undersigned have formed a connection for the
sale and purchase of REAL KSTATK, leasing LANDS,
hiring I.AHiiK, Ac., Ac., in Ihe counties of Charlotte,
Lnueiiliurg, prince Edward, Appomattox and Mecklen
burg. A list of FARMS, Ac., for sal., by us, will he
remitted, on application, to any parties dosiriug to buy
or lease in those counties.
RKCkKKM v.s. -Judge Hunter Marshall, lion. William
Sr oil, William W. Read. WillL.ui Green, Ks.|S., Char
lotte county ; Messrs. Echols, Kell A Catlett, Slaonlon;
J. F. Mcllwaine A Co., Petersburg; William B. Robins,
Robert Morton, and ,N. C. Read, Richmond; sud l ie
nienl Read, New York city.
Address READ A SMITH,
janltt-dftrltm chailotle couuly, Va.
J M. LAIDLEY & CO.,
* BANKERS AND RF.AI. ESTATE AGENTS,
Chari.kstos, Kanawui,
West Virginia,
Buy and cell EXCHANGE, COIN and Southern BANK
NOTES, make collections and remit proinpllyatciirri.nl
rates of exchange.
They have on sale valuable bodies of Fatuiing, Grs
zing and Mineral LANDS.
They call the attention of capitalists to their
COAl. LANDS, situated f.>r lb.; most pari upon Ihe Great
Kanawha River,and which they believe will he worth,
within Ihe next len yeara, live limes the pi ice at which
they are now held. jrnS) clISJIK
HOB’S CM. KBKATED CIRCULAR SAWS.
We have now in slots a complete assortment of
notes CIRCULAR SAWS,also RUBBER and LEATHER
BELTING, to which we lake pleasure Is calling Ihe at
tention of purchasers.
W. 8. DoNNAN A CO.,
feb2f Governor street.
0OFFBK! COFFEE! COFFEE!
So bags old government Java Coffee, direct Impor
tation
M bag. very tine liio Coffco
20 hags superior laguayra Coffee
T..r sale low. FRENCH A CRKNHII AW.
fshg-iwf_
Q.RIN DS T 0 N E S .
fi loos Nova Scntla GRINDSTONES
Dally expected on consignment.
LEE A PETTY JOHN.
janl.Nl On Iho Dock.
^jll> lmjm in ion nails.
l.Ooo kegs OLD DOMINION NAIIS
In lots to suit purchasers, at lowest market pile.'.
W. S. DoNNAN A CO.,
feb2-tf (I nvenier street.
Roller, bandages, nssort.a sizes, any
dozen, for sale liy ... _ , ,
J BLAIR. Druggist,
JanSlf_lo7 Broad street.
lJOTATOES I i’OTATOKS !
f r T bv” Pri’,,rt ’ P^.MKt h7rT%'-K To. ’,“
Jan lit__Libby Building.
TTeNULNK MJHIN’S EXTRACTS, Violet,
I f u„,g J.wkv Club, Patebonly, B<*|ucl Caroline,
: Howu liay, West End, Farina dos Noisettes, Tur
tle oil Boap. Just recsived.
J. BLAIR, Druggist,
dec13| 107 Broad street.
IjMNK TEA.—We have on hand a uupply ol
very «U|icrior Green and Black TBAS, pronounced
by judges to be Ihe best in the city. For sale by
A. BobEKKK A BUG.,
nov28f_ Dnig-'M., No In Main sires'.
ITALIAN and American MACCABOHI.
1 REEVE A MATO.
Franklin street,
JoclSf between Eighth and Ntnlh.
l&ON WORKS. .
JJENlNSCLAK MACHINE WORKS,
MJDDLKTuWX, DELAWARE.
railroad MATERIALS AND SUPPLIES.
u' • • —
W.1 no now prepared to furnish it noll^. on the
rocoiptu |diMu,aiid«m*i«cai.uw jn,
anJ all stylo, „f ' ’
CAR TBPCKS,
CASTINGS
TKxd
AND
CRANK
cars,
8 WITCH IKONS' AnJ FROG CASTINGS,
IRON WORK
Pok
TURN-TABLES,
WATER
STATION
PUMPS
and FIXTURES,
BOLTS anJ NUTS,
BRASS CASTINGS.CAR BRASSES
And anythin* of this character neojed by
Railroad companies.
We alan nuke a
SUPERIOR HA W A n T. (> R,
With llin hod and boxes east together, hy which ar
rangement the hexes ire nut alerted hy any change In
the Game : the Arbur is of mat steel, left tin, fall site,
the entire length. They are particularly adapted f..r
Wood Saw*, and we can furnish the largest si/e, 1J
inches diameter, 28 inches bet we. n pulley anJ saw mu,,
plele, wiilt IH ile’li Saw of R. lien Si tin *■ make, for
Forty Dollars.
We guarantee our work •••)ti.nl lo that of any other
manufacture, and
AT AS LOW PRICES.
Wo also giro our personal attention to the purchase
of any and all articles used l>y
railroad companies.
Flattering ourselves that wo can give satisfaction.
AURIC U1 /I’ll R ATT M AC 111N KK Y.
We are prepared to furnish, of our own manufacture,
at nhnit notice,
IMPROVED THRESHING,
CLEANING and SEPARATING MACHINES,
or rn«
WESTING HOUSE, WKMPLK and
ORIsF-R PATTERNS
I* E N N I N C TON’s R K A l* E U,
Will, an I in prove ment.
PELToN’S TRIPLE GEARED EIGHT and
TEN HORSE POWERS.
POWER and HAND CORN SllELLERS.
GALE'S PATENT IIAV,
STRAW and FoDDKR CUTTERS,
And CIRCULAR SAWS,
Adapted to Fanners' Use.
We also sell, of the very host make,
STEEL TOOTH IIAV and GRAIN RAKES.
CLARK'S SUGAR CANE MILLS
AND EVAPORATORS.
JERSEY FARM tVAUBNS,
Of all sites.
M 0 W I N II MACHINES,
Of a variety of Patterns
IMPROVED SHINGLE MACHINES.
PORTABLE ENGINES AND SAW MILLS,
Of all sixes.
STATIONARY' ENGINES,
of any desired Power, for Mills and oilier Purposes.
We niako
FORGINGS, IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS
of every description,
A ml Jo prouiplly in 111 • Leal manner,
MILL WORK AND REPAIRS,
Of al I k iiids.
Particular allenlion paid lo M.ikiug, Die.sing ami
To ul lie i linr
MILL PICKS.
Having a variety of new anJ h. unllful pallorns foi
IRON RAILING, we will niwluse
CEMETERY LOTS AND BUILDINGS
Al low rales.
By recent Improvement* to our works, with Die add!
lion of lieu* tools and skillful workmen, we can guar
anlee Unit our Machinery and Implements are c|nal D
any in the counlry.
We respectfully solicit orders, either in person or by
mail, and will cheerfully give any information do
sired.
We desire to rail your special allenlion lo our
IMPROVED READ!NO CORN SHELLER,
Which we have no hesitancy lit ottering as the lies
ill U*A.
We are n*nv m.iiiufartnrim; I liii •l*i*irable implement
will. b. .ivy Wn.iiubt Iron <,liainh.Tst and ryliml**ri
covered with Thicker Iron Ilian any ever before used
The Teeth are ot an Entirely new Pattern, lilted to tin
Cylinder in such a secure manlier that wo are willisi
to guarantee them for Twelve Mouth* from dale of par
chase, and will replace, free of charge, any that may My
out within that time. They can lie Reversed, and wliei
Anally worn mil, b« Replaced willi New lines, wiltmii
the Cost of a New Cylinder—an advantage possessed by
■in other pattern. We make an Iron Back and Top U
t|,e Homier, lendering it much more durable.
HUDD Si MIAKP.
J. Tun*. Hrnn, of Maryland.
Tims. R. Stixar, late uf Columbia, 8. C.
l»»N-dfatf _
riMIK UNDERSIGNED HAVE FORMED /
L CO-PARTNKRSIIll', under llie Arm of
CARDWELL It FUKKDLKY',
For the purpose of manufacturing and dealing In
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
AND MACHINERY,
And have taken the premise* formerly occupied a
Bowers’ Foundry, corner ol Ninth and Cary street*
where they will be happy lo see the former friend* am
patrons of J. W. CARD WELL A CO., and all other
who may favor them wilha call.
All kinds of
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
MADE AND REPAIRED
MILL MACHINERY
AX II
JOB CASTINGS
made on the most favorable term*.
JOHN W. CARDWELL,
Of the ttrin of J. W. Card well U Co., Richmond, Va.
Jan lit-1 iU SAMUEL FkKKDLEY.
jy^KTIiOI’OLITAN WORKS,
CoRXKK OF SKVKKTH AXDCANAI. 8t*KBT*.
Having supplied ourselves with ’Iho necessary pal
tern*, we are prepared to execute, al short notice
orders for
EVERY DESCRIPTION
OF CASTINGS,
BRASS or IRON
Say
IRON FRONTS, FOR STORES AND WAREHOUSES
CASTINGS For RAILROADS, all kinds:
CASTINGS Foil MILLS AND MACHINERY GENE
RALLY;
WAGo.V AXLES COMPLETE, with Boxes;
SASH WEIGHTS,
GRATE BAILS.
A,', Air
ENGINES AND MACHINERY
Of All kin.la repaired in llie l»«al ■innerand with ijuic
denpafcll.
Hf SATISFACTION GUARANTEED, .a*
We would rail particular attention In our facllitli
for munufacturliiK an.l repairing
TOBACCO PRESSES, FLATTENING MILLS, Ac.
Having done a cmnW.-rahle .|iiantlly of lliia .leacri,
lion of work recently, our stock of patlenia i» vei
coiuploln. * ....
All III- Wrong lil an.l Cast Iron Work forlhe *• ll"»
TRUSS" an.l oilier Bridge* *nppDud,' liu-ln.ling ih
long, heavy Bolt*, complete, with Nut*, Angle Block
Washer*, Ac.
Wrought Iron and Wooden TRUCKS, for Railroad
tilled up complete, with Wheel*and Axle*, Spring*, A.
Haling erected a ... Smith-Shop, we hi
prepared to do Blacksmiths’ Work ..fall kinds, io.-li
ding WROUGIlT-IKoN GRATINGS, for Dwelling.
Warehouse*, Ac. __
For ttie *,ualily of the IRON and IIRASS \\ ORK »H,
piled at this estal.li-huu-iil, we reaped fully hog lea*
to refer to Charles Campbell, Km| , Lupeiinleudeul Cii
Ga* Work*, anil llie ollit-er* of llie Jam-* River aiol Kan;
wha Canal.as w ell as IbeSuperiiiteiident*. Engineer*an
Master-Machinist*..f the several Railroads leading fr..i
this cily ; al*o, to Major E. T. D. Myera, Engineer Kick
uninil, Frednrickshurg an.l I'.domac and Richmond an
Petersburg Railroads, and A I. Maxwell, K*>|., It*iJp
Builder, Mac.ii, Georgia, for whom wu have oxucule
largo order*.
Since Ihe admission, on 1st txtuher la*t, of Mr. J. J
Montague to an interest iu our
SASII,
BLIND
aud DOOR
Cut-In.‘*s, we have Increased and Improved <>ur M.
chineiy, and are n«w prepared to furnish w till in alin-i
and despatch, at lowest ca*h pliers, Sas.li, Blinds. Door1
Moulding*, and scroll Siwing.
We a*k e,p. iial attention to our facilities f..r workiu
ClRCCI.AR Mill’LDINGB,
Ilf any nits. Hard Wood Moulding* for Railwa
Coaches, and lirnaun-ulal Sawing «f all kinds
Order* Noliciled. TANNER A bHBETS
Highest cash prices paid for OLD IRON, BRASS, Col’
PER, Ac. ___
builders. &C.
/ t ANNON 5: HUDSON,
^ J{ U I L D K K S,
CORNER or BROAD AND ADAMS STREETS,
sofiahie terms. Pome... d-ic.ng to hull.! wit. pleas.
K,WeU:rn»l‘.ndo all kinds of REPAIRING. kUlug u,
XT'iREs, and JOBBING g.m ially in our line.
/■I,VI,U___-ITT—
171,1 XIR I’EUI VIAN HARK, with 1’n.tox
"^tTarkV IvTuvian Syrup will. Protoxide of Iron
Pale l*ee*..rale, or compound Iceland M<»* Pasta
Grains .!■ sante-the g.o.uiio I'r Frank'* Pill* o
Ilea th
Glycerale of llypophosphites
And oilier valuable pharmaceutical preparations foi
L;,|eby MEADE A RAKER,
1’rnrliral Pharuiar. ulisls,
f..h.'-'df Corner Mb and Fraoklin *4*.• l».
H AKERS’ flour.
J net received.
If*) BARRELS PLOUlt,
A speciality for Bakers, which lia~ given perfect «*•
i-f irlion to several of our largest P.ikers, who **
u.ed it. A trial D Invited. For kale by
8. P. LATIIKOP, Agci'C
jsnNOf Eighteenth at reel, -noth aide or w*’
rpEA! TLA! THAI
SO chests and half cho'^reiTr tlm’ Ouupowd.r, lm
perial, Young a CRENEBAW,
MciVw" by i'.lriw-r Main and »h stree..,
T\RIED FRUIT! DRIED FRUIT !
Vi pound- DRIED APPLES
For sale low, to ci—* coo.i^ni^nt^ ^ CKtSKlU W
1 jau29J
I __AUCTIOH SALEI.—Future Day*.
By Pllklnton. Pallia■> k C«.,
1 (An«*W>D«era and Conmt*«ion Merchant*, M Main at.)
ITK)R SALE AT AUCTION —We will
rail. I ui mediately after Ih. eal/nf the Cbee- S*!d
ter Hotel proparly, »» FKUKI'aUy HTH, IMS,
tba requeet of Mr. J.me. L Bradley, iba' baaatl
fiil Iw.-acre LOT, with ateo COTTAGE ItK*l PENCE
thereon. luraied about two hundred yard. front (be H .
• and ttotoi-(Ilately on Iba railroad, the yard lava
with tcntde of the road, il la c. n»id. red tba io..,t rain
abla lot ‘..I Cheater.
TERMS—ttne-third C*»b; balance at 6 and 12 montba, I
negotiable note., iu'er.-.t added, aornrrd by Irnat d ad
PILKIXTOS, Pl'M.laM .k CO.. -
feb7 Ida A lit'11-JI I ~
(By Grubb, it williaiue, Auctioneer*.)
IM> It S A I# K AT AUCTION—1TIfK
I HOWARD HOUSE Tore REMOVED.—W« ifHw
will ii#* 11 at auction, on lb** |»r. uiu#**, ,,u FRIDAY. JailL
tin* Hlli K# brnary, at lit n’olock a M, iIi#« large j
dwMIiug called the HOWARD HOUSE—to bo rvmoved
It i« situated on Sixth Mtrool, nearly opposite the
Market Thu house u large and Contain* a groat d i
«*f very valuable building material, now much used**
in tbi* market, and »»*ru* Marble MantH*
We hopeibuae wishing to purchase will oxAtntn* It !
before the day of sale. Mr Sin-lling* (uov occupyli.*; 1
I he premise*) will show them.
TERMS—4'ash.
UKUBBS & WIIXIA MS,
bU*idi AlCtUlMVl
By l'aino & Co., .Auctioneer*.
'PRUSTKE’S SALkT
Having been n■ ■ tiftI by aotue of Ihe rrediloraaecnrei
by tbe deed oftrual rrotn llulfard in Wilkln*on, admit
ted to record In the rourt ,.f ilitiiinga for tha city of
Kieli tin eel, on the loth day of January, I M*tJ. !<• carry
out lb" provl-loitB of aaij dead, notice l» hereby given
that, by virtue of "aid J.I, | have thie il»T»»‘«mr !
charge of Hie onllru Mock In trade of D. S. llatTard
therein conveyed, anj will ..H..r *|
l'llHI.IC AIVTItiN,
Ou TUESDAY, the I3lh February, ISbti, the eillro
aleck ttf Itaij Uuifard, at bin bier.*, on Thirteenth or
Governor »treel.
The .lock of GOODS cnntprbtoa a "elect aaaortment of
Brnndieo, Wbl.keya, Wine., Ac , Ac. AI»o a lot of the
“ Celebrated Virginia Creole BlUere,'* of rare medicinal
properlie*.
Tan it a -CASH.
All loJebled l*» Haiti llulTarJ will pleane come f-irwarJ
and eettlo at once. B. T. WILKINSON,
Jau30-eodtde Trustee.
\7ALUARLE HOUSE and LOT at . ^
V LAND FOR SALK.—I will »oH at public aale.
on MONDAV, 30111 Jay of February next, Ibat In
lug Court Jay, the HollSEan.l LOTH tiovr occupied
IN ABINGDoN, VIRGINIA.
The !i(»u»#t U situated at lit* west mid of Aiding >•,
built l»y t'olonol Joint 8. Praston, suhseijurntly
and occupied by tin* lain Oeneral John H. Kloyd. « •*
House u threw storirs above basement, four rouL p up. .
t'tiC 11 door, i« in*»rd substantial brick, and whan Ij’i'.it,
IndIt brick ami wood work w#tr* done In the b#»»t man*
n#»r and of tin* l est material, and i* «ow in good cun
diiion There I* an Ice-lloiiso and all necessary out*
building* upon tin* premises.
The ground upon which tlm house stand* .Ir
nearly t wo acres, an«l i* well set in gra*», p Lmbb»*ry
and trees Imi mediately wnma the alley, from t!
h«*use, is a tiARDk.N of on#* acre, in (!•«• highest -tat*
cultivation, upon whirl* u a large mil (oBiii'ai.*
Stable*
This residence i* <>**«* <d the most desirable | r
we d *rn Virginia,and any one desiring to reside it t r •
muiiily posse«.*ii»g a* lunch in.olilg#;nee as any in \*r
gi*#U, would <|«* well D» examine this propel :v. There
is a female college and male i. ndemy in sue.... ful op.
ration in ill* place, and most of ll»* denomination* of J
Christians are well represented by their chur» h- - '
In ibe im«ftediu!u vicinity of town, J have ft.1l acre.* of
l.A.VD, which I will sell »*n tin* same day, eitli-r wlih
the bouse and lot* or soparot’Jv, a- circumstance* may
determine. The Lan-I lies iuim- di ileljr south and ad
joining the Bailie Gardens, at lln- eastern end f town.
About one-third is excellent meadow laud. The land
ia very desirably situated, and is known as th" King'*
Mountain Tract
<>n the same day I will sell all my Household and
Kitchen FUUNITURB, BEDDING, A. Most . f lit,
Furniture is new.
T Kit MS OF SAI.K —The House and lads and Isr.l
will he sold on a credit of six, twelve and eight - n
months, with interest on the purchase money from date
of notes. Good security will he required of the pur
chasers. Thu title aill h.t retained (ill the - tircba-e
money is paid. The household and kitchen trail are
will be sold upon a credit of six months.
A. L. IIBN'I) sICK
Abingdon, Va., January 2ii, Itdki. Jaatl e sit'JIl'
HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, &c.
QKANUE H 0 U S K,
(IT OkANill axil al.EXaXOKIA K A11 RO in DEPOT,)
LYNCHB0RO, V A .
HOUSTON ROCKER.Proprietor.
Tills well-known anJ popular Hotel, having been
recently elegantly and newly refurtii.hrd, by the old
proprietor, offers superior aee-.inmojaiioii* to trave
D-rs going North and Noulh The proprietor pi-- ,
himself that its well known flr-t-cla** reputation shsll
m-t lie surpassed inllie liuhiii. octtt-A—Ucfiin
ERAKISH HOUSE UOTEL,
1 auHUjrmvnit va.
The undersigned, having rented till* line e.labti.li
■uent, heg leave lo inform I lie public lhal III* now op- u
for the reception of guests and Hie traveling public
generally.
Having long experience III hotel keeping,
pledge themselves to give satisfaction lo all class* '
the most moderate rates. __
sopu_If ROBERTS A OTOOLt
BANKS BROKERS, &c.
EXCHANGE AND BANKINU HOUSE, f
Fsuaraav 1st, lxwf. $
WH AUK NOW PREPARED TO TRAN
SACT the EXCHANGE AND BANKING BUfel
\ KSs in all its departments. We solicit I he patronegO
Of the public. C. W. PURt-KUACO.
febl-lw __
Tkf AURY A CO.,
1IANKKHS,
No. 617 .Scvxsrii sTKEPT,
WASHINGTON, I>. C
Buy at -I sell all chtssn* r*f Government Securities,
fluid and Stocks.
Foreign and Domestic Exchange bought and -old.
The highest market price* paid for land Warrant*
' ami Kevolutiouaiy Scrip.
- tallied inns made on all acressihle pnlnls.
feb3—tm _
BRKNIZKR, KELLOGG ft CO., racceM
to Kaixotu A Baaxizaa, BiNKKKS and BltoKtKS,
G KKKNsIK iltn', N. V.
GOLD and SILVER,
EXCHANGE,
HANK NOTES
STyCKS and BONDS, bought and sold
Deposits received, subject to sight checks, a* wlthti
Bank*. Collection* promptly made on all arces-db
point*. Will transact ail bn-Di*** promptly and «u
reasonable terms Janfl-tf
, K MOVAL.
LANCASTER & CO.,
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BROKERS AND BANKERS,
Have ri-wiirnl to tlu-ir new Banking H--u*e, south side
Main, near corner of Twelfth street, where they sre
prepared to liny and sell on commission, Bou-ls, Storks,
Bank Notes, Gold, Silver, Domestic sod Foreign Kx
1 change.
DEPOSITS RECEIVED AND LOANS NEGOTIATED.
Jauti-lin _
a. u. mi kT. | J. L. KAffhT. | a. r. BKongg.
|| 41. MAURY & C ().,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
NORTHWEST CORNER MAlNand FOURTEENTH ETS.,
RICHMOND, VA.
Sterling Exchange,
Gold and Silver,
Bank Note*.
State, t?5ly, RailroaJ Bond* and Flocks, Mortgage
I Bond*, Negotiable Notes, and suck other securl' - a
may be on the market, bought anJ sold on COintitUsD n.
Deposit* received.
I .-IIHCIIOIU 111*4*1 on All 1CCIMIUHJ IM v. . .
led Stale., ws- l
NURSERIES, &c.
HERMITAGE NURSERIES,
RICHMOND, Virgin!*
The mib rrlliora (formerly of the Wimbe»l,.r Garden*,
i Virginia), liakihg opened a large am! uXlen.i ve Nur».
near Richmond, otter to I lie farmer', of Virginia -r '
a*liari'iil Stale, a aplendid aaaortlileid of FiuilunJ '
mental TREKS anl GRACE VINES, together wt!b
. article# n»ually fonnd III a wall-coielncted Nur-ei
An experience ol a nnmlier of year# In thl# I.
n in Virginia, enable* Ibeiii lu olfer #iu'i r
Emil a* Ihi y know to be adapted to tbl* #o‘. «n i < n
, lll.il*].
A|»pr**rlul lug lhi> nt wan lty of mon y.
Fruit Tr«i«*M mad (ir»|Ht Yin- n on cr**iH-* of 1r> * *
n In nin*« iimfithM tarcorJIiift l*» lld»* n*imbHr ;»nrcha»«
y ilni> nilowiiit; fArwn-r* tinn* to r a * r ’p V*Ym
■ ilia; for the tree*, and yet enabling them to plant at
J once. CatalogU.. on appliri'lon
„ Addrnaa A 1.1. A N A BRO„
llox Ct* Richmond,
I Or comuiunlcalloua It ft .1 •*»•> office will reach
J 11 Mr Oflh;.', No. Four, Fifteenth at root, betr-ner, Main
'"i'efern. Me.«r« llavall, Crenahaw ft Co., Grt.1 - ft
Wit tlain. HI I loll A Shield*, l>r K T. Coleman, I
m.o.1 Mr II w Shelfey. Angneta; Or. John i.
We..K A theieaite ; Mr Clilllp William., Frederick.
Iftelf _
Iaj-KSIl UAKMKN SEEDS in every variety,
1 in I i. nil »*l from the celebrated Shaker*’Garden,
i »«r oie hundied different taileUc*, Including
Cabbage
< iicumber
BfN*t
r l5om
»: n* 11 •*) i
Kuis I *^b Teas
I'cAlm
lu #r«?rr for *al« by
R. W. POWER*,
f« l»Af Corner Main mnJ Iflth
/ 1 ARDEN SEEDS!
tX FRESH GARDES SEED*’
We Imre received our Spring *upply of f •’ '*om
J. II. Thoburn ft Co., wlio.e SeeJ. .land anil'a.led for
g'iiuineiiu.a and good i|iialiiy
They conaiat in pail ol
A * |a rag u* Seed,
Cabbage S«o*l,
CanIIlloWer Seed,
CucUUitoT Seed,
Heel Seed,
Car.nip Surd,
. Carrot Seed,
Paraley Semi,
Cymblin Seed,
K".'li"b Seed.
Tonrilo Seed,
Kale Seed,
I Onion Seed,
UltVM Seed,
Pappvr Seed.
Snap *c»n*.
U«1 Iteana,
Eiiglbh Pea#,
Potato ik.iiii*,
F.arly Corn. Ac., Ac.
»!l of which are warr»nleJ Fre.h xnd Gennln# For
A. IfoltlKER ft Blto., Draggl.t#,
Jamtlf No. to Main itre.'t, He,r the old Mark, t ^
tnUSSU GARDEN SKEl),
1 UNION WASHING MACHINES.
|ty .learner wa »ra In receipt of oar aprlag .apply of
fTerh and pure _
garden seed,
And on hand,
UNION WA8II1K0 MACHINES.
Plow#, Ca.tlnca, Agricultural Implement*. ft* • *f*
For aale by __ . .. .
Janil-f 0BOROI WATT A l”_
¥ IN SEED OIL. —
1J Five barrola, VERY 80P?Rd,:n'n|S,
Portal* by isih aiel Itha at*,
Jaudo-lw Cary, batwe.ni loth **"*

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