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BANKS BROKERS, Ac.
m t AL EY ACO.,
BANKERS.
JNO. «7 S.v.svn "“^ISOTON. D. C.
Buy and wll all claaae. of Government Seeunu*a.
•g®B-Se»«ar«s
and Revolutionary Scrip .
Collection. made on ait acceaaiblo p..lnU.
feho-Sn •_
iiKKNIZKK, KELLOGG A CO., successors
P 1$k, f. Io ; Ha«.iraa. BANKERS and BROKERS.
OKKKNsBUUi' , n c.
OOLD anA SILVER, ^
Jk BANK NOTES
, STiK'KS and BONDS, bought and aold.
■ Dupoall. received, aubject to eight check*. aa with the
Bank. Collect Iona promptly made on ail acce*Mbl*
tiulnU Will trammel all bu'loe»a promptly and on
team.iiable term*. __jaui-tf ^
P h uarar. | j. turn. | «. ». nuooxn.
|> 11. MAURY A C O.,
M * BANKERS AND BROKERS,
NORTHWEST CORNER MAIN and FOURTEENTH STS.,
II
RICHMOND, VA.
Sterling Exchange,
>f Gold and Silvor,
nr Bunk Note*.
Bute, City, Railroad Bond# And Stock*, Mortgage
Bondi*, Negotiable Note#, and *ock other securities a#
may be «>n the market, bought and sold on comtui*#iou.
i)<>p<mita received.
L Collection# made on all aecmikl* point# la the Uul
t ted State#. dec<>—tf
I
HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, Ac.
Q R A N G E H 6 U S E,
(»v onaxuk axo ALixaxDtiA naiinoan txroT,}
LTNCHBUEO, VA.
HOUSTON Kl'KER. Proprietor.
1 ThU well-known and popular Hotel, having M*
recently elegantly and newly re-furui»hed, by Ihe old (
proprietor, ofiTer* superior arc-iuiuodaiio.a lo I™***! I
I ler> going North and South The proprietor pledge.
I hlmeelf that IU well-kn..wn lw-tl»e reputation *hall
I not be <nrpa.»»ed in the Union._ —.lAr'.m
I?ARISU HOUSE HOTEL,
1 CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.
! The nuderalgned, having rented this fine e-.tabli.h
I ment, beg leave to inform the public that itl* now open |
for the reception of gueata and the traveling public !
generally.
Having long experience In hotel keeping, they
pledge theuieelvee to give **ti»faclion 10 all cl***«s, at j
the moat moderate ratea.
,ep9—tf ROBF.RTS A O’TOOLE.
DRUGS. MEDICINES, Ac
Meade a baker,
■g PHARMACEUTISTS.
EOUGERA’S COMPOUND IODINIZEP j
COD UVER OIL
Po###*#*" nol only all the nourishing prop, rtie* of pare
Cod Liver Oil, but alao the tonic, *tiiualai»t and altera
live power* of lodin*, Bromine and Pbo»phoru»,
which are added in *uch proportion* a# to render U
a very much smaller dose may be given, and ail danger
of uau*ea avoided.
Pougera's DRAGEES and SYRUP of Pyrophosphate
of Iron have received the approbation of the Preach
Academy of Medicine and many eminent physician*.
The elegant atyle of theae preparation* givee them
many advantages over the other sails of iron and ren
ders'them acceptable to the most delicate stomachs.
Pougera's DRAGEES OP SANTOM1NK, the most ef
fective and acceptable vermifuge kuown for children or
grown persons.
Pougera’s Pati PucToaALl, or “Iceland Moss Paste,”
the most delightful of all the remedies or loxengea now
used for coughs, hoarsen**.*, Ac.. Ac.
The above and many other valuable and rare prepa
rations for sale by
MEADE A BAKER, Pharmaceutists,
Corner Ninth and F tank tin streets,
decSt Richmond, Virginia.
JOHN W. RISON,
(Successor to Joseph laidley,)
APOTHECARY AND DRUGGIST,
Corner Main and Third sis..
Invites special attention to his stock of
DRUGS.
MEDICINES,
CHEMICALS,
FANCY articles,
Soaps,
PERFUMERY,
Ac , Ac.,
Which are bought exclusively for cash, and are of
fered at lower prices for cash than by other merchants
who buy on time.
Orders from Country Merchants and Physicians
will receive prompt attention. _febjf
JyjPUY, PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMIST.
NICHOLS'COl> LIVER *HL.
The excellence and purity of this Oil surpasses that
of any other , does not congeal or become turbid tn the
coldest weather, and is acceptable to the taost delicate
atomachs.
NICHOLS' ELI NEK BARK AND IRON.
This is one of the most pleasant ami desirable Cha
lyblate Tonics ever offered the profession. Each
tablespoonful contains three grain* of Iron aud one
third of a grain each of Cinchonine and Guinine.
WfsitPoLK 3 COUGH SYRUP.
This valuable preparation, so long and favorably (
known to many families of this city, fur Coughs, Cold*
agd Nervousness, is now being prepared by the sub
scriber. Price Ifty ceuts per Indite
CHLoRoDYNK—Genuine imported.
IODIDE OF LIMB
CARBOLIC ACID
Fluid Extract Kicious Communis U>avee
Fougeras' Compound lodonired Cod Liver DU
And many other desirable and rare prepwr-ataats.
For sale by POWH ATAN g. 9UPUY.
Pharmaceutical Chemist. t
jan2?f MM Broad street^
|>Ll \ r a MOSKLEV,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES, J
• ,e> MAIN STREET, t
I
(Near Fourteenth, next tn “Times" Building.) •(
Have just o|*ened with an entire m iv stock of DRUGS, . ’
MEDICINES, Chemicals, Paint-, oils. Dye Stuffs, Per-M
fumery, Fancy Article*, Soaps, Pomades, Combs, Tooth -
Brushes, lla.r Brushes, Surgeons' Instruments, Trusses,
Supporters, At. Al.-o line quality Cigars andl hewisg j
Tobacco, and all such articles as are usually found us
a Brat-class Drug Store. '
Physicians' Prescriptions carefully coiupoiutimb at
nil houra. '
JESSE CHILD, with Blunt A Moseley, so licet* a call (
from hia friend* and the public generally no Vi- tf (
I?LIXIK PERUVIAN BARV, with Prolox
Lt id* of Iron !
Clark's Peruvian Syrup with Protoxide of Iron
Pate P'ctorale, 0r compound.Iceland Mosa Paste
urain* de Sante—the genuine Dr Frank - Pills of
Health
Glvcerale of Hypophosphite*
And other valuable pharmaceutical preparations for
by MEADE A BVKKK,
Practical Pharmaceutist*.
febo-otf Corner ah and Franklin street*.
m(jRF oil*.—Dove’s genuine TURK OIL, lor (
\ every description of Sore* which nur the form of
man or beast. I have at last succeeded In getting a sup
ply of this well-known remedy, the merits of which
has been t'ully tested all through the State. For eale,
wK.iiesale or retail, by K W PoW KKS,
dccNof Corner Main and Fllteenlh streets.
' I” ARRKNT'S KKKKkV ESCENT
| SELTZER APERIENT,
Congress Water.
BLUNT A MOSELEY, Druggists,
s*i .Main »t., uear 1-tlh
(NOD LIVER Oils*—Iu.-t received, a sup
J ply of fresh, bland COD LIVER OIL. in quart bot- 1
ties. Also, Burnett's, Hawed A Caswell's and Hege
mon A Co.'s, for sale by J. BLAIR,
ynntMt Druggist, 107 Broad street.
DOVE’S TURF OIL ?
Little* s White Oil 1
Davul A Nortou's Horse Tonic
For sale by POWER A M- PHAIL,
dec22t Corner 17th and Main streets.
CnOD LIVER OIL.—Pur» aud (Yeah COD
J LIVER OIL. for medicinal purposes. Cod Liver Oil ’
with Lime, and Cod Liver Oat Jellv For tale bv
nov'JST A. BoDKKEK A BRO. 1
BOSWELL’S MEDICATED COUGH ‘
CANDY, for Cough*, Cold*. Bronchitis and Inda
cnzA. for •«!« by J BI.AlK.
jsn'.’t r __Druggist, 1117 Broad street. f
I ELIXIR OF HARK AND PROTOXIDE OF b
la IRON, S
Nichols' Cod liver Oil '
For vale by POWER A M> PH AIL ,
febdf_i
CNOOKE’S CONCENTRATED AROMATIC
J SYRUP OF BARK, just received.
J. BLAIR, Druggist,
jandlf 107 Broad street. 1
/Shlobofokvuh PI KIFICATUM, L . S.
P., for Inhalation.
J. BLAIR, Druggist,
)»a31t_10T Broad street.
OAT MEAL, CORN STARCH and FARINA, ;
fcr pudding,, at POWER A McPHAJL S
,,ogT __Drag store.
ROLLER bandages, assortetl sizes, tirtv
dosen, for sals by 'I
ian31t 3 *LAIR, Druggist.
i*™1'__^_107 Broad street.
WIF "iA.Il, Ot JEW’S BEER, a r*n»
t • 111 ech need at the North in pulmonary dis
**»*«. tor sale by
HEADS A BAKER, pharmaceutists,
gait_Corner nth sad Franklin sta.
REYNOLD'S GOl T SPEC 11 lo, for sale bv
MEADE A BAKER.
jar*T_Corner 9th and PrunbU, *ts.
C— OM POUND PLASTER OF DIACHYLON,
Ac . for curing mammary abcesses, f.,r sal* by ’
HEADS A BAKER, PharmaceutUu,
Corner 9th and Frunkiin «u |
" SAUCES, PICKLES. &c.
JUST RECEIVED, on consigument—
10 half barrels superior PICKLES
10 half barrels superior SACK KRAUT
20 barrel, VINEGAR
For sale at lowest market rates, by
WElSIGtK, HONOURS A CO ,
Jaul7f 7S Main street, up -lairs.
Sauces, jellies, pickles, «c.
12 dor Worcesteretire Sauce
6 dos. Royal Osborne Sauce
6 dot. C. A B.’s Soho Sauce
& dot. Currant Jelly
A dos. Cupres Capacities
2 dos. Olives Verdales
S dos. assorted Pickles
Preserved Ginger, Pine Apple Cheese, Ac.,
selling low. DAXDRIDOE A ANDERSON
jand-tf
1VERPOOL WHITE SOAP,
Cheapest and best for Family m, for sale by
P. K DO PUT, Druggist.
doe2S-t _»'l. Broad street
POTATOES ! POTATOES !
f aoo bbls prime Irish Potatoes on consignment, and
for sale by PALMER, HARTSOOK A CoT,
Jan 127 _ Libby Building.
YXrTeD FRUIT! DRIED FRUIT!
^ 150 pounds DRIED APPLES
For sale low. to clean consignment
jOu&t FRENCH A CRENSHAW.
ILM--JJU1I->-!LiJUlW
HEW YORK AD VERT IS KM EH TS.
JOHN B. FULLER,
MANUFACTURER and dealer.
No. 8 Dey street. New Tork,
Has In stare and ready for Immediate shipment, and Is
manufacturing to order,
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY STEAM
ENGINES AND BOILERS,
3 to •*> horse power ; Circular and Upright taw Mills
i of tho moot approved construction, of alt site*, uniting
! 700 to taut) feet of lumber per hour; Grlat Mill*, B*11
I Irene, Water Wheels, and erery kind of Mill Ma
chinery; Sugar Mills, Paper and Mining Machinery;
Tooli, Tanks, kc , for Oil and Ball Works; Cotton and
Woolen Machinery, kc.
Vertical Planer., Woodworth Planing Ma
tron Planers. Q' * wood’s Planing Me
Sugine Lai hrs, ehlnee.
Drill _ Daniels' Planing Machlnee,
srwsasrsuh-s
Pu-ps. Foot Morticing Machines,
wnon PumU Boring Machines,
MnitJMki, Blind Slat Tenoning Ma
screw Jacks, chines,
shifting Pulley.and Hang-Circular Saw Benches,
S“* * Wright’s Patent Scroll Saws
Rubber and Leather Belt- Patent Belt Scroll Saws,
Circular Reserving Mills
Leather and Rubber Hose, Upright Reserving Mill*
Plumbing and Gas Fit- Rotary and Mining Pumps
Unas. Every description of Ma
Steam and Qua Pipe*. Chinery and Railway Sup
Steam and Water Ganges, pliee
COTTON GINS ! COTTON GINS! COTTON GIN81
Taylor Eagle, Brown, Southern, Craven, Kveeleior
f ™’.ale at tho lowest price. Four ordere are respeet
fully solicited■ _ortB-lJ
T^INGSFORD’S
OSWEGO STARCH,
THE BEST STARCH IN THE WORLD.
KIXGSFORD’8
SILVER GLOSS 8TARCH,
Give* a Beautiful
Finish to ths Linen.
KISGSFORD'8
OSWEGO CORN STARCH.
For Padding., Cnstarde, Blanc Mange, kc., kc., a 1
pore, beeltbfal and most delicate article of food.
*#- NEW tore; DEPOT, <
195 and 197 Pulton street,
sepl—6m E. C. CHAPIN, Agent.
J DAVEGA’S
* PURCHASING BUREAU,
Nos. 39 a.vd 40 Paaa Row.
All kind* of MERCHANDISE PURCHASED.
Experienced and competent buyers engaged.
Orders filled promptly and faithfully at the lowest
prices, and purchases made only from first-class and
reliable houses. ,
larders will be filled, PAYABLE ON DELIVERY, when 1
a safiicient sum is re mi Usd to cover Freight and Com- ^
missions.
Commissions on sums not exceeding (100, FIVE per
cent.
Commissions on sums exceeding WOO, TWO AND A- J
HALF per cent. T
Address ISAAC DAVEGA,
nov90--tf P. 0. Box 1708, New York.
JOHN ASHCROFT,
No. 80 Jobs strut,
NEW YORK,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in i
RAILWAY, STEAMSHIP AND I
ENGINEERS' SUPPLIES,
8UCH AS
Ashcroft's Steam and Vacuum Gauges; Locomotive
Spring Balances; Steam Whistles, Brass Cock* and
CSlobe Valves; Wrought Iron Pipe and Fittings;
Plumbers’ Brass Work; Oil Caps, Oil Cocks, Screw
Plat**, Jack Screws, Hydraulic Jack Screws and _
Punches, Screw Wrenches, Cotton Waste, Ratchet .
Pruts. Crucible*. Biuory aud Sand Paper, Steam and I
Voice Pumps, Shovels, Head Lights for Locomotives; J
Lanterns and Signal Bells, Wrought and Cast Iron
Auvile, Sledges, Engineers' and Boiler Makers’ Ham
mers, Blacksmiths’ Tools and Bellows, BolU, Nuts and
Washers, Iron and Steel, Ac., Ac.
C rculars forwarded on application.
Address JOHN ASHCROFT,
No. So John street,
aug23—8m New York.
^AFES.SAFES. ,
KRENKEL Jt AXTMANN, J
Manufacturers of
Ens.vxRi.’e Inrnovin Fire amd Bfrolar-Proop N
SALAMANDER 8AFE8.
THE MOST RBUABLB SAFES NOW KNOWN I jV
!o. IS8 Broom 8t., brtwrrb Norfolk amd 8offolk, _
NEW YORK. ^
MS" order* solicited._ _nov30-ly
DAOiriO HOTEL, T
17o, 172, 171 and 176 Greenwich street,
•no square west of Breadway,
Between Courtland and Dey streets,
NEW YORK. K)
OHN PATTEN, JR.PROPRIRTOB. J*
The PACIFIC HOTEL 1* well and widely known to J”
he travelling public. The location i* especially saita- „
ile to merchants and business men. It isincloseprox
raity to the business part of the city ; i» on the highway £
if Southern and Western travel, and adjacent to all the (g
irlncipul railroad and steamboat depot*.
The Pacific has liberal accommodations for over three
in mired guests; It is well furnished, and possesses ij
very modern improvement for the comfort aud enter
aiament of its inmates. The rooms are spacious and .
fell ventilated ; provided with gas and water ; the at- .
eudance is prompt and respectful, and the table la gen
rously provided with every delicacy of the season. j,
The subscriber, who, for the past few years, has been
he lessee, is now sole proprietor, and intends to iden- ■
ify himself thoroughly with the interests of his house. ,
Fith long experience as a hotel-keeper, he trusts, by *
uoderate charges and a liberal policy, to maintain the _
avnrable reputation of the Pacific Hotel. n
To prevent overcharge by backioen, the coaches of
he hotel are owned by the proprietor.
sep'Jh—ly JOHN PATTEN,
1AMES WILDE, Jr., & CO., A
Manufacturer* and
w
fobbera of ni
CLOTHING, «t
d<
amd 67 Writs strert, y<
First door West of Broadway,
NEW YORK. *«
w
sms Wild*, Jn. Jonn 8. Wildi. Joe. Wil»».
i— . - - ol
Agency for the sale of p<
CALIFORNIA WINES. »
THOMAS C. PR LUCK, Agent,
mporter and manufacturer of
DE LUCE’S
litter*. Syrups, Cordials, 'll
Coloring for Brandy, J]
Absynthe, Cnr&coa,
Maraschino, Ginger, tb
Cordial, Kiimmel, Ac., el
Especially for the Southern market, M
lenler In Wiuee, Brandies, Whisky, Ac , Ac., u
No. 84 Liberty street,
Bet. Nassau and William streets, „.
NEW YORK. M
Mg~ Established 1888.__aafifi-fim u
rO THE PRIVATE FAMILIES AND Ll
STOREKEEPERS OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, AND "|
’ICINITY —The great advance in prices of every arti- J
le of domestic use first brought out
KENT’9 EAST INDIA COFFBE. N
Sine* it* introduction In 18M. so well liked has It be
ome in consequence of its excellent fiavor and very ai
ealahy properties, beside* its great economy, being
hit uau me pup ----7 7 7 ,
>und iU war Into nearly vvery private family, hotel, U
?»tauraai aad boardioK koum in the principal elttea of *t
ie £a*t. North ani Weal, and as U undoubtedly will in
le Booth. _ (
KENT'S EAST INDIA COFFEE A
i prepaid front pare Coffee nn<l Dandelion Root, which
» known as possessing great nourishing and iavigora
ing powers, aud when properly roasted and mixed
suh pure Coffee, Is free from the deleterious effects
irodaced t y the ordinary store coffees, or pare coffee 16
dens.
KENT'S EAST INDIA COFFEE
produce* no nervous excitement nor headache, but is A
teaOby, pt latable aod nourishing. It can be used by “i
he Invalid as well as by the strongest person.
The eminent Dr. Prime says:
<• KENT'S EAST INDIA COFFEE
s worthy of »U praise, and should be used by all eeo
lomical he usekeepers."
Professor Cpham, one of oar most eminent chemists, _
ays: w
“ 1 consider
KENT’S EAST INDIA COFFEE
t national blessing. I hare been unable to use any w
:offee for oTer twenty years past, antil Kent’s East ln
iia Coffee was recommended to me. It produces neither
bead ache nor nerrous prostration of the system, as is
ihe case of every other coffee 1 have ever used "
The eminent Bishop Ames, Bishop Potter, Bishop Ba- T
ker, Kev. Dr Richardson, Professor James Boyle, Dr.
Kanes and many other of our most distinguished men,
all bear testimony to the great excellence of
KENT'S EAST INDIA COFFEE J
as a pleasant, wholesome family beverage, combined *
with household economy, while to the storekeeper it B
affords a handsome profit and gives general satisfaction *
to his customers. 1
KENT’S EAST INDIA COFFEE
|*_5****A in papers containing one poaad, true weight, t
Is uJsTiV IU delightful aroma any length of lime. It C
groo-rs »bj ,c**w* containing St), *l> and-100 pounds, for F
The Ka.l l2**V°f“a'*
street, “wT“Co‘~ Company’s depot Is at 1M Reade t
parson s, J
******win»
HADFIELD’S 0N.O. FIREWORKS, .
•■roavaa ,
CHINESE FIRE CRACKERS, Rockets, ETC., ‘
■ sxoyscTcaaa
LANTERNS, FLAGS, Rtq.
Also, a large assortment of his ow. la,,*,^,^ f
TOTS AND FANCY GOODS.
■TNo. 34 John street, near Broadway
NEW TORN.
oetl8--ly__
ASTEN * THROCKMORTON, No.TsiJ*
Bowery, New York. Manufacturers and Du|,n
la Builders'and Locksmith’s Hardware, Nalls, I*mlU«a,
Cord, Kim Locks aod Knobs, Butt Hinges, Brass sad
Iron Keys and Castings, Goag Bells, Wire, Silver Pla
ting, Ac.
All ordera, large er small, furnished promptly at e
per eent. leee than market piisee. eeplfi—dm 1
^m
~mew~york advertisemehts,
SAFES! SAFES !
* THOMSEN A PRBUS8.
Mo 9M West Twenty-seventh it., near Ninth Avenue,
K K W T O S K,
Manufacturer* of
vvw PATENT FIRK. BURGLAR AND POWDKR
>KW rar * . pR<„„, SAFES,
from forty dollar* and upward*. Guaranteed for twenty
year*. Order* solicited. ^ _ feW*
Billiard table factory
OK *
P. FEDDKRKK A B. WEHRLE,
Mo. 100 Cebtrb stbbkt,
NEW YORK.
(Patented April Its*.)
MT BILLIARDS of every description, Cues, ( loth,
C^lk 'ho^tn. meet With
prompt l uUo^ lCder, respectfully sollcUed.
feblO—eodSm - --
ttowes & macy,
(Formerly OMcur* of the Park Bank,)
bankers,
No. 30 WALL STREET. NKW YORK.
FOUR PKR CENT. INTEREST ALLOWED ON
DEPOSITS.
Persons opening accounts may dopeslt and draw as
hey pic .se, the same as with the city banks, and will
a* allowed Interest on their dally balance at four per
rent.
Collections made upon any part of the UnlteJ States
ir Canada.
Orders for the purchase or sale of the vartoue Issue*
>f Government and other Stocks, Bonds and Gold
promptly executed for the usual commission. *
au24—tf _
IIO. B. POWLB. *■ BOV. ■CUB *IC«.
pOWLE A CO.,
(Formerly of Alexandria, Va.,)
COM MISSION MERCHANTS,
IMPORTERS OP
RAILROAD IRON AND DEALERS IN RAILROAD
SUPPLIES.
OMee No. 70 Broadway, NKW YORK.
_[*wU4-«m] — _
j- ~R knkel a axtmann,
MasCpacTPRRRS op
IRON BEDSTEADS, *
l&t Stands, Cribs, Hall and Garden Chairs, Settees, Store
and Piano Stools, Umbrella Stands, and
Iron Railing,
lo. 19S Broome Sr., bktwbeb Norfolk abb Spffolk,
NEW YORK.
MT Order* lollclted. _ nov30-18ia
J O? KOCH,
• ■ ■■
No. S5 Bfkkman Street, corner WILLIAM,
NEW YORK,
MANUFACTURERS OF
STATIONERY, PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS, MUSIC
PAPER, FOLIOS, BOOKS, Ac. novlS-Sm
PIERSON A COLLINS,
SHIP and INSURANCE BROKERS,
No. 77 South street, New York.
We effect Insurances on Marine Risks, at the lowest
,te* of premium, in llr»t-*las* New York companies,
nd without charge of commission. All premiums paid
rh.rln. T Wortham A Co. and Alfreds. Leo,
Ichtnond, Virginia. *epS—6m
rvICKERSON, REED & CO.,
\_f Importer* of and Dealer* la
Uf PLATE, SHEET IRON, COPPER, WIRE, ZINC,
And all other article* for Tinner*' u*e,
29 ijiD 31 Curr btrkkt, corner of Fcltow,
NEW YORK.
seplt—ly___
RIFF1NG d CO.,
J NO*.68A*ht»0C0CRTLA*D8TREKT^M
Man c nereis a* or
AGRICULTURAL IMPLKMRKTS and MACHIN88,
Dealer* in
SEEDS and FERTILIZERS.
MS~ Trade supplied. Send for Circular. novl3-3m
>ROWN’S STANDARD SCALES,
"J Used by th*
UNITED 8TATE8 aud FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS
for more than Thirty Year*,
dapted to any branch of Business for Foreign or
Home Market*.
Warranted accurate and durable.
Sales Rooms No. 3 Barclay street, near Broadway,
New York.
seplS—ly R. BROWN, Manufacturer.
7R0BEKG .'i Zl/LL,
’ MA.Nl'FACTrRER* OF
SHOW CASES (IN METALAND WOOD),
210 Centre Street,
jr Grahd, two blocks from Broadway,
NEW YORK.
A great assortment of SHOW-CASES constantly on
ind, which, for neatness and durability, have no
Orders Eolkited. _Jan29-eod3m
pH E NEWS.
DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY!
HE NEW YORK WEEKLY AND SEMI
WEEKLY NEWS.
OREAT FAMILY NEWSPAPERS' BENJAMIN WOOD
litor and Proprietor. Journals of politics, literature,
ihions, market aud fluam-iai reports. iniure«tiun *»»*
llanv, aud new. from «tl parts of the world. Jtu
ovements introduced. liuniou-.* circulations detor
ned on. The largest, best and cheapest papers pub
hed in New York. NEW YORK WEEKLY NEWS,
bliahod every Wednesday-single copies Scents ; one
ov one year, #3 ; thrmxcopies, one year, $6 SO; five
pie* one year, $8 76; ten copies, one year, $17, aud
extra copv to auy clnb of ten ; twenty copies, one
ar *30 The Weekly News is sent to clergymen at
60. SEMI-WEEKLY NEWS, published every Tues
y and Friday—single copies, one year, *4 ; three co
e* one year, *lis; five copies, one year, *13; ton co
es’, ono year, $30, and an extra copy to any club of
n ' twenty copies, one year, $55; to clergymen, $3.
KW YORk DAILY NEWS—to mail subscribers, $lo
r annum; six months, $5. For sale by all newsdeul
s Specimen copies ol Daily and Weekly News sent
>e. Address BEN J. WOOD, Dally New* Building, No.
City Hall Square, New York City._**p30—tf
hheInventors
AND MANUFACTURERS OF
FAIRBANKS’ STANDARD SCALES
tach ie»* importance to th* very large number of
PREMIUMS
Inch have been awarded to them by scientific, mecha
cal and agricnltural associations, than to the etupha
:, far more significant, and to them satisfactory en
r<einent of practical busiuess men, during a term of
ars, extending far beyond and covering the entire
isiness life of a score of imitators.
Every appliance of power and skill is now being used
supply the constantly Increasing demand for these
ill-known and universally approved
STANDARD SCALES.
Every effort will be used to meet the want*
our friends, consistent with a retention of their su
rior qualities aud perfect protection of Ihelr werld
de reputation for ACCURACY, DURABILITY and
IN VEN1ENCK.
Warranted,as usual.
FAIRBANKS & CO.,
nov4--6m 252 Broadway, Now York.
IAN HOOD AND THE VIGOR OF YOUTH
restored in lour week* by DU. RICORD'S Essence
Life. This wonderful agent will restore manhood to
e most shattered constitutions, whether arisiug from
cesses, solo abuse, the effects of climate, or natural
use*. Time required to cure the most inveterate eases
four week*. Failure is impossible. Dr. Rlcord's E«
nce of Life i* sold in cases with full instruction* for
a, at $3, or four quantities in one for $3, and will be
ul to any part, carefully packed, on receipt of remit
uce to hi* accredited agent, PHILIP ROLAND, 34
bsrty street, New York. nov22-6m
■\ERKIGKSON & BARTLETT,
J Wbolssalr
PAPER AND RAG DEALERS,
>. 30 Bookman street.New York.
Printing, Writing, Wrapping A Colored Papers, Straw
d Binders'Board*. Tarred Roofing Paper, Paper Manu
dnrers' Supplies, and all kind* of Paper Mill Uachiue
. Paper of every description made to order. Rags
ken in exchange for paper. Order* by mail promptly
leaded to._°€t^Tly_
"t RICE & LONG,
CAR BUILDERS,
TRENTON, N. J.
2 Broadway, Nsw Tors,
1340 Brach Street, Philadelphia, Pa.,
•e prepared to execute with despatch order* for all
scrlptiona of PASSENGER and FREIGHT CARS.
Especial attention is invited tothelr PATENT STEAM
IbSENGEK CARS, now running so successfully and
onomlcally on many Northorn and Western roads.
C 1S2 BROADWAY, Now York.
Offices*. J lsw BKaCH STREET, Philadelphia.
Refer to Geo. W. Grice, Esq., Portsmouth, Va.
nor4--ly* ___a
JOLEN S STEERS,
N Fiftt-thied Steeet aed Secoxd Avesce,
NEW TORK,
holesala and retail Dealer* in all kinds of L0MBBK,
Manufacturers of
MO0LDINGS, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, and BOX
SHOOKS.
arning In all Us branches. Books containing Patterns
of Mouldings sent on application,
deeply___
Pk UR YEA’S MAI ZEN A,
VJ Was the only “prep
ration for food from Indian Corn” that receired a
ledal and honorable mention from the Royal Commit
oners, at the great International Exhibition, London,
>62, the competition of all prominent manufactu
re of “Corn Starch" and “Prepared Corn Flour” ol
its and other countries notwithstanding. MA1ZBNA.
le food and luxury of the age, without a single fault,
oe trial will convince the most skeptical. Makes
addings, Cake*. Custard*. Blanc Mange, Ac., without
duglaas, with few or no eggs, at a cost astonishing to I
la most economical. A slight addition to ordinary
heat Hour greatlv Improves bread and cake. Jt is |
iso oxceilent for thickening sweet sauce., gravies for
sh aad meat, soups, Ac. For ice cream nothing can
ompare with it. A little boiled in milk will produce
Ich cream for cofee, chocolate, tea. A*.
Put up in one pound packages, under the trade mark
taiiena, with directions for use.
A moat delictons article of food for children and in
alida of all ages. _ For sale by Grocers and Druggist*
?«rywh«r*.
WholttaU Depot, 1M Fulton »tr*»oi, New York.
WILLIAM DUKYEA,
Je26—ly General Agent.
Q R Y GOODS.
LATHROP, LDDINGToN A CO.,
SoBeoadwat.NEW TORK,
Oferto Southern and Western Jobber* and Retailers,
t the lowest market prices,
FOR CASH,
1 very large and attractive stock of
DRESS GOODS,
CLOTH 8, ~\
.NOTIONS,
f , „ „ HOSIERY.
r«b6- eodSnt WH1TI GOODS, Ao.
JTEW YORK ADVJSM'lMMMHi.
Tbt» WRINGER ba» taken tk* ,,MT f***1®11 io the
Great Fair of tbe American Institute—also, at the State
Fairs of New York, Vormont, Penniylranla, Michigan,
Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Conuocllent River
VaHsy Fair, Champlain Valley F»ir, anJ it moat of
the County and Institute Fairs throughout the country.
Over 200,000 have boon sold, and ave now In «so in the
United States, and we never heard of one being thrown
asldo because It was not llkod.
The Universal Is superiorto all other Wringers, In
having larger rolls of solid India Knbbor, so protected
by strong cog wheels that they cannot slip or break
loose from the shaft. Its strong wood frame cannot bq
broken, and does not rust or soil the clothes. Every
Universal Wringer Is warranted.
We select a few testimonials from persons widely
known to tho public, who speak from actnal expe
rience, and are above suspicion of misstatement:
“ My family would as soon give up tho cooking
stove as this Clothes Wringer. U cannot be too high
ly recommended.”—Solon Robinson.
This is the first Wringer I have found that wonld
stand the service required of it.”—J. P. Hcooixr
Lovsjov'a Hotel.
yfe think the Machine much more than pays for
itself every year in the saving of garments. We
think it important the Wringer shonld befitted with
cogs.”—Oeanoe Judd, Editor or American Agricul
turalist.
•• I heartily commend It to economists of lime, money
and contentment.”—Rev. Dr. Bellows.
“ It saves labor, expedites work, makes the laundress
good-natured, does not tear off buttons, and is indis
pensable in a well regulated family”—R 9 Stores,
Jr., I>. P.
Every week has given It a stronger hold upon the
affections of the inmates of the laundry. Every mem
ber of the household Is In admiration or It."-New
York Obsrrvkr. _ -
A good canvasser can make money rapidly selling
them in every town. Exclusive sale guaranteed and
liberal terms given to responsible parties who first ap
ply. Dealers who will purchase a few aud put them
out ox trial, can soon make large sales. Bond for de
scriptive circular and terms.
R. C. BROWJHNG, General Agent,
octlS—eod6ur _ 347 Broadway, New York.
K. B. SKINKER. C. E. SKINKER. S. H. PENDLETON.
H. SKiNKER & CO.,
* (Latu op BtcEMOxn, Va.,)
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. S3 FRONT STREET,
NEW YORK,
SUCCESSORS TO
SCH1EFFELIN BROTHERS A CO.,
170 and 172 William street,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OP DRDOS, INDIGO,
CORKS, 8PONGES, FANCY GOODS,
PERFUMERY. Ac., Ao.
[«ep»—eodSm] __
O A P > Manufactured by
McKEONE, VAN HAAGEN & CO.,
PHILADELPHIA.
RICH FLOWKR-SOFNTED SOAPS.
Old Brown Windsor, Honey and A'®'’"!1’
,, .< .. (Mnsk), Honey and Olycerino,
White Windsor, puriBed, Spring.Violet,
Honev Elder Elowor“>
Glvcorine Rose, extra scented,
Purified Almond. Petrollne Cosmetic.
REFINED FANCY SOAPS.
v“?^rrd,°lor‘u“‘"K
“J “'I'.
While Windsor,
SIIAVINO soaps.
McKeone, Van Haagen A Naples, compound,
Co.’s “ Genuine Ainerl- Spermaceti,
n ", Petroleum (bland and bal
E’7’ ’ oSSt
FAMILY SOAPS.
Stearlne D8‘er8,T8' siu'wa^Mari’no
Family Pale. P»>®. unbleached and
Chemical Oliv*, bleached.
For'sal'e by respectable Druggists and Dealers
•JaSwhere McKKONE, VAN HAAGEN A CO ,
ererywnere. 33 <jouth Front street,
and No. 33 Letitia streot, Philadolpliia.
CHARLES McKEONK A CO.,
ante—eodfim No. 30 Barclay street, New York.
jpUMPS! PUMPS! PUMPS!
STEAM. FORCE. SUCTION AND LIFTING _
PUMPS
OF EVERT DKiCMPTlOW \
STEAM AND GAS PIPES,
PIPE AND STEAM FITTINGS,
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OK
PLUMBERS’, GAS AND 8TKAM FITTERS' GOODS,
FOR RALE
AT THE LOWEST BATES,
IT
JOHN B. FULLER
No. 8 Det Street,
nov4-eodly _NBWJORK^
JVOLTS, NUTS,
WASHERS and SCREWS.
I. EACH BROTHERS,
No. 86 Liberty Street,
NEW YORK, I
MANUFACTURERS,
Have on hand all sizes and kinds of
[BOLTS, NUTS, WASHERS AND SCREWS.
ALSO,
RAILROAD AND MACHINISTS’ TOOLS AND SUPPLIES.
nov9-*ood6m
piKST PREMIUM STEAM SAW MILLS.
The first prize, the Gold Medal, was awarded to the
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS,
by the American Institnte, at their Fair, in October,
LS65, for the host
CIRCULAR SAW MILL
AND
STEAM ENGINB.
fcSTOrders for these, Gang Saw Mills, Sugar Mills,
General Machinery, Iron and Brass Castings, Forgings,
Railroad Cars, Ac., Ac., promptly filled. Address
GEO M. CLAPP, Treasurer,
Newburgh, N. Y., or
L. C. WARD, Agent,
dec9-1y 65 Liberty street (Room No.S),_N. Y.
li u 1* w
F
Of THB
latest styles,
Manufactured by
FR. K R U T I N A ,
Noe. #6 axd 9b East Hocstoh Sthket,
NEW YORK,
Consisting of
PARLOR, BEDROOM, LIBRARY and DINING-ROOM
SUITES,
In Rosewood, Walnut, Maple, Ac.,
AT WHOLBSALEand RETAIL.
I®* ALL GOODS WARRANTED. dec2-eo3m
TITONDEREULI •
W PHARAOH'S SERPENTS
’ T OK SERPENTS' EGGS.
THE SCIENTIFIC WONDER OF TnE AGE'
»if the egg be Ignited, a large serpent will appear.”
Prepared and sold, at wholesale and retail, by
1 OLDEN A SAWYER, Chemists,
No. 216 Canal street.
New Yoik.
Price M cents per box, sent free by mail.
is- Agents wanted._febS-oodlm
TTKNRY & JOHN PARET, JR.,
6i CHAMBERS 8TREET, NEW YORK,
Manufacturers and Jobbers of
CLOTHING.
A URGE STOCK ADAPTED TO SOUTHERN TRADE.
jauli-6m __ _
TT'NVELOPES AND WRITING PAPER
-H/ AT WHOLESALE—SAMUEL KAk **/* £*'
and 117 William street. New York, Envelope ManoJac
torers, including every style of Epistolary, Iloio, I.
ter, Official, p»y Drug and Portfolio Envelopes. , *
Also sole agents for the Irving A Harrison Mills Wri
ting Papers, by the case or smaller quantity. Price
list, with samples, sent by mall when requested. Deal
ers are invited to call and examine stock, styles, prices,
Ac., Ac feblo— lm
PAPER WAREHOUSE.
HASTINGS A SEYMOUR,
No. 40 John street, NEW YORK, between Nassau and
William, deatern in
PAPER OP EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Twines, Envelopes and Paper Bags. Straw, Rag,
Manilla and Hardware Papers always in stock, rrint
inv Paper of any required slie and quality on hand or
furnished to order on short notice. Agents for the Ro
chester Paper Mills. nASX|N0S 4 SEYMOUR,
jan25-eod2m 40 John street, Npw York
1TBW TOM ADVERTISEMENTS.
- - -
QARHART, WHITFORD & CO.,
MANUFACTURERS AND. WHOLESALE DEALERS
ia
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
Amrricam Express Brii.nian,
Not. 85, 67, 5v and 61 Hudson street, near Duane,
NEW YORK.
T. F. PARK ART, I nRXRY SHAKIR,
W. H. WBITFoRtl, | }. B. VAX WAOBXBX,
A. T. UAMII.TOX.
Office of Payau A Carliart In liquidation.
jan23-eod6in _
Q_UNS, PISTOLST FANCY GOODS.
FITCH, WALDO A BARRE,
No. 1J Maiden Lane,.NEW YORK,
Importers and wholesale dealers In
GUNS,
RIFLES,
PISTOLS,
AMMUNITION, Ac.
MILITARY and FANCY GOODS,
CLOCKS,
BRON7.EM, Ac.
AGENTS-FOK
COLT’S PATENT FIRE-ARMS COMPANY.
aepS—eodOm
ROBERT FOULDS,
IMPORTER OP PREXCR, RXOLIPH AXD OBRMAX
T O Y S, F A N C Y GOODS, CHINA
AND FIREWORKS,
Also MANUFACTURER OP TRANSPARENT SLATES.
No. 39 John Street, New York.
noF<—«odly
^y B. BURTNETT,
(Successor to James T. Steer,
NO. 45 FULTON STREET.
Mamcpactckbr or
STEER A liURTNF.TT'S celebrated Patent PAINT and
WHITEWASH BRUSHES,
ALSO,
Fine Ground and Extra PAINT BRUSHKH, and Brashes
of every description, of the host material and work
manship.
ffig’Grders promptly and faithfully exeentod.
novD—eodSm
Fr. khuse,
MANUFA (TUBER OF
SHOW CASES.
Show Cases of all styles on hand, and sold ou the
MOST LIBERAL TERMS.
*5* Orders solicited.
139, MULBERRY STREET,
(Near Grand, two blocks from Broadway,)
NEW YORK. jaa26-eod.7ia
Graham, doksett .v < <>., sm'ccssors to
Hawes, Graham A Co., importers of ROSEWOOD
and MAHOGANY, Nos. 174, 176 and 178 Centro street,
New York, keep constantly on hand the most exten
sive variety of tiiiely-ttgured Foreign and Domestic
Woods t<> be found in the United States, in
LOGS, PLANKS, BOARDS AND VENEERS,
suitable for Cabinet, Piano and Billiard Table Manu
facturers and Car Builders ; also, Mahogany and Spanish
Cedar Coffin stuff.
In connection with our business we have a largo Saw
Mill and the most celebrated Veneer Culling Machine,
which enables us to fill all orders entrusted to us with
promptness. _declS—3m •
nECKER BROTHERS, MANU- r^n-, .
C'ACTtlUKIfS of PIANO FORTES.
No. 91 Bleeckor street, near Broadway, j| gk ¥|J
New York. The above firm, having re-' * * ■ .
cently commenced the manufacture of their improve
patented PIANOS, which are the most perfect and Unest
tuncd instruments yet prodnced, to which thoy invite
the attention of the trade and intending purchasers
throughout the United States. As from the New York
World, May 16th, 1S66: “The Messrs. Decker Brothers’
instruments have attained the enviable distinction of
being in ail respects incomparably the best now made
in the country.”_ dec4-3iu
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c.
Mach in ists’And '
SAW MILL SUPPLIES,
COACH MATERIALS, Ar.
Circular Saws,
Gum and Hemp Packing,
Machine Belting,
Steam Ganges, Steam Whistles,
Water Gauges, Cocks, Oil Cups, Ac.,
AT MANUFACTURERS’ PRICES.
Babbitt Metal,
Files, Wrenches,
Lace Leather,
. Rivets and Burs,
Belt Punches,
Cross-cut Saws,
Axes, Ac
CARRIAGE AND WAGON MATERIALS.
Hubs, Spokes, Felloes,
Shafts, Poles, Bows,
Springs, Iron Axles,
Bolts, Bands,
Enameled Cloths, Leather,
Oil Cloth, I-afes, Fringes, Ac.,
And a general stock of Foreign and Domestic,
Hardware,
Cutlery,
Mechanics’ Tools, Ac.,
To which I respeolfully invite the attention of city
tnd country trade. It. L. WILLIAMS,
• (Formerly Williams A Elliott,!
jan23-tf 6<. -Main, nearjfith st.
NEWSPAPERS
COLE & TURNER,
NEWS DEALERS,
Wutu BDILDINII,
Richmond, Ya.,
Teep constantly on hand all the leading Daily and WuolL
y papers, Magazines, Ac., of the United States.
The trade ill the Interior supplied at the lowest rales
md by the oarliest trains, Ac.
Also keep on hand a Block of Books, Stationery, Ac.,
iuited to the news trade.
Particular attention paid to supplying the trade with
ho liichmoud Daily Papers.
Subscriptions ami advertisements received forth# New
fork News ami World, National Intelligencer (W*sh
ngton), Petersburg Express and Index, Harpers’"Week
y, Harpers' Magazine, and other papers and periodicals,
kdilress Box 37S Richmond Post Office,
k. C .COLE. [oct26—tf] J. WALL TURNER
JMIE BOSTON POST FOR 18G6,
[BSTABLISHFO NKAHI.Y FOkTT YKARH.l
las always been one of the leading Newspapers of New
England, ami one of the host mediums of advertising.
By increased enterprise in furnishing a live and read
ible Nnws-papor, and by the recent reduction in price,
In circulation of the BOSTON POST has been largely
ncreaaed. To advertiser*, few papers can oiler e<jual
id vantages either iu the exten' or the character of its
easiers—North, South, East and West.
Business Card and Mercantile Advertisements particu
arly solicited from Smith and West.
Hi'itaraiPTloN Tekuh.—Boston Post, daily, tl1' per
inuum; Semi-weekly, *4 per annum, Weekly♦'.! per
tiinum.
*e\Speci men copies sent on application.
BEALS, GREENE A Co., Publishers,
dcc9-2in 40and42Congress street, Boston, Mass.
’ TOILET ARTICLES, &c.
TK>ILET ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, &$.
A fresh and beautiful assortment of flne Perfumery,
insisting iu part of Lubin’s genuine Extracts, Soaps
ind Viotette Powder, Dr. Pleasants’ Fragrant Deuti
rlce (the most delightful and one of the best prepara
ions for the Teeth and Oumsl, Hnzojont, (aluuselaiui),
foolh Washes, Fine English Hair anil Tooth Brushes,
teliotrope, Rose, Milletleur and Violelte Toilet Pow
lers, large assortment Toilet Soaps, Ac., Ac. For sale
,y P. E. DUPUY, Druggist,
decOf 20l Broad street.
F~OR THE IIAIR, TEETH, tc.—Savage’s
Ursine, or genuine bear’s grease ; Burnett's Cuco
iiue. Airs. Alien a Hair Restorer, lleimatreet » Hair Ro
.torer, Professor Wood’s Restorer, Sozodonl, Odoose
aine, Odontaline, Dowden’s Dental Fluid.
Lubiu’s gonuine Handkerchief Exlracts, and many
jther desirable toilet articles, at •
POWER A MePHAIL'S
Drug Store, Mum street,
,jecl<;j Opposite Old Market.
LUBIN’S EXTRACTS. — Niplit-blooniinji
Cerflodb, fin** FoinidtiN, Kogltah ami tronch llair
i>rii*he.s, Tooth Brushes hm.1 Chafing Brushe* iu great
rariety, genuine German Cologne**, Toilet Powder,
Fancy Puff Boxes, iu great variety, f<*"*.'*$rERS
nov22f Corner Main and Eighteenth streets.
r IT RIM’S EXTRACTS.
I j Fine English Brushes and Combi,
Fine Soaps, Pomades, Ate., Ate.
BLUNT At MOSELEY, Druggists,
Jan25f 06 Main it., near 14th.
SAFES.
Merchants,
BANKERS,
AND ALL OTHERS.
SAMUEL ATRE8 At SON’S LETTER.
Richmond, January 25,1SC6.
We had on# of WILDER 8 SALAMANDER SAFES in
he great Are in this city ou the 3d April last. We did
not get it out of the debris fur several months after.—
On opening it, we found all the hooka and papers in a
perfect state of preservation, except the bindings of the
^Mr* Ready, who opened it, assured ns the contents
were in a better condition than any he had opened and
he had opened a great many, it being in his line of bit
''ThVsre w*« a very hot one, being caused by the
burning of two four-story bouses ; and as the sale was
In the third story, it tau»t have stood the brunt of the
greatest heat.
Youru respectfully,
8AMUBL AY RES Si SON.
ATKINSON, TenEYCKE At CO.,
General Agents,
228 Main street,
Richmond.
THE WILDER SAFE
lB,0lGILUAM At DUNLOP, Petersburg,
D. B- PAYNE At BRO., Lynchburg,
feblt_^_______
Richmond dray company.—The at
tention of the merchants of Richmond Is invited to
the Richmond Dray Company, who have organiredi
thorough system of transportation, and propose! ): > t
tmet for work on very reasonable term. Our chargee
will be based upon fair business principles, yieldidg a
reasonable compensation to the company without Do
ing oppressive to our |<atrona.
office corner Ninth and Main streets.
E. W. MASSEY,
noTin--Sm Agent for the Company.
SUPERIOR CHEWING TOBACCO
^ AND CIGARS.
10 kinds of snperior Chewing Tobacco and Cigars
6 kinds of Ins Cigars
For sale by DANDRIDGB At ANDERSON,
jln“»-tf _ No. 105 Broad .tree!.
noRK WOODI
Just received a supply of ""rerior SEINR CORK.
For sale by A. 4
janSlf No. 10 Main street.
17MNE TEA.—We lmve on hand a supply of
’ very superior Green and Black TEAS, pronounced
bv indues to be (be best in the city. For sale by
11 * A. BODBKKR ft BRO.,
nov2*f Druggists, No. 10 Main street.
WASHINGTON ADVERTISEMENTS.
J~OHN R. ELYANS * CO.,
Dbai.ke* 15
HARDWARE AND METALS,
No. 309 Pennsylvania avenne, between Ninth and
Tenth streets,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
a. iiopnias. j. a. aLVass. c. a pkabso*
_jan2«-3ni
NATIONAL HOTEL,
SIXTH STREET, F. PENN. AVENUB,
WASHINGTON, D. C.,
H. R. BENSON.PnoFanuoa.
Permanent boarder* taken at moderate rates.
Price of hoard per day reduced. oct.'tl--etklhl
Q AR1).
OWEN H O D SE ,
(Late Markam's Hotel,)
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN,
No. 212 Pennsylvania aveuite, adjoining Willard's
Hotel,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
THOMAS P TACKS,
decln-eodSm Proprietor.
■JJNITED STATES HOTEL,
PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
(Near the Capitol,) WASHINGTON, P. C.
M H BEAN A CO., PaopBiETOlia
§0p3O--ood6m
WfALL, STEPHENS & CO.,
322 PENNSYLVANIA AVBNUE,
(Between 9th and 10th its.) WASHINGTON, P. C.
Dealer- tn Gentlemen’s and Boys' Ready M ete CLOTH
ING and FUUNJ.NIIIXG GOODS, of One qualities. Also,
TRUNKS, VALISES, CAItl'ET BAGS, Ac., Ac.
July24--e.sl6ui ^
TOT I LL ARD’S HOTEL,
WASHINGTON, D. C.,
SYKES, CHADWICK & Co., Proprietors,
(late of Girard Uonse, Philadelphia.)
In -'--' odly]
OTBB1TT HOUSE,
CORKRB VotIKTFBKTB AND F KTKF.KTS,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
C. C. W1IJ.AKD
(For many year* proprietor of Tlyguia Hotel,
Old Point Comfort, Va.,)
nov21-Bod3m __PnoPRinton.
WASHINGTON MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
WASHINGTON, D. C. Established as a refuge
from quackery and imposition, by E. T. LEON, M. D.
Dr. Leon guarantee* *ciciittllc treatment and a radical
cure of all acute or chronic diseases, especially those
arising from *elf-ahuso.
Tlio lengthy practice which the Doctor has had In the
treatment of those complaint* has made him thorough
ly acquainted with every symptom which may arise,
and hi* recent discoveries made in their treatment jus
tifies him in bidding defiance to all competition iufhetr
C"organ 1C WEAKNESS Immediately cured, and fall
vigor restored.
The Doctor has made wonderful discoveries in treat
ing, and miraculous CURES of disease* of the Lung*,
Heart, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder. Weakness of tho
Back, Strictures, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Heart,
Impotency, Involuntary Discharges, Nervousness, Lan
gour, Low Spirits, Timidity, Trembling, Confusion of
Ideas, Dimness of Sight or Giddiness, and all those ter
rible disorders arising from solitary habits of youth,
rendering life miserable.
YOUNG MEN who have injured themselves by ..
loathsome practice indulged tn when alone, a habit
frequently learned from evil companions, or at school,
the effects of which will tutally unfit them for the du
ties of man, and if not cured destroys both mind and
body, should not neglect their case ere it be too late.
Apply immediately to the Doctor, as he is tho only one
l)r. Leon would cuntlon all who may bo suffering, to
he careful of whom they confide in as a physician, as
the country Is filled with quacks, imposters and sharp
ers, whose only abilities are for deceiving the unwary
and leading astray tho unfortunate, instead of bringing
them again into tho social paths of society.
No ChArurr Mauk ix Cask of Failure.
All diseases of tho Scalp, Hair and Skin cared. For
further particulars, address, with stamps,
K. T. LEON, M. D., Washington, D. C.
Consulting office, 420 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Jy24—ly
DRUGS, PAINTS, OIL, &c.
OAMELSON, JACOBSON .St CO.,
No. 77 MAIN STREET,
Refers the trade to their printed price list of
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, Ac.,
which they are selling al New York markut rates ; also
to their large stock of
FRENCH AND AMERICAN WINDOW GLASS.
We mannfsrture our own SASH, IILINDS, DOORS,
Ac., and challenge competition at the rates we are
selling.
Give us a trial, and wc guarantee satisfaction.
nov24-tf No. 77 Main street.
jfAMILY DYE COLORS.
PATENTED OCTOBER 13, 1S6S.
Black, Dark Green,
Black for Silk, • Light Yireen,
Dark Blue, Magenta,
Light Bine, Maize,
French Bine, Maroon,
Claret Brown, Orange,
Dark Brown, Pink,
Light Brown, Purple,
Snuff Brown, , Royal Purple,
Cherry, Salmon,
Crimson, Scarlet,
Dark Drah, Slate,
Light Drah, Solferino,
Fawn Drab, Violet,
Light Fawn Drab, Yellow,
For Dying Silk, Woolen and Mixed Goods, Shawls,
Scarfs, Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves, Bonuets,
Hats, Feathers, Children's Cluth
....•< ell lilsJ. <.f
Wearing Apparel.
W A saving of eighty per cent. 94
For 25 cents yon can color as many goods as would
otherwise cost five times that sum. Various shades
can he produced from tho same dye. Tho process is
simple, and any one can nse the Dye with perfect suc
cess.
Directions in English French and German, inside of
each package. Ho WE A STEVENS,
2tlo Broadway, Boston,
For sale by Druggists aud dealers generally.
oct9—dm
BANK NOTICES.
NOTICE.—At a meeting of the Board of
Directors o. the Bank of Virginia, on Friday, Oc
toben 13, lStlfl, the follewing resolutions were adopted :
Resolved, That notice he given, by publication in the
newspapers, that the Bank of Virginia will redeem its
circulating notes, and pay deposits standing on 1st
July, lcill, as they do now, at the rate ot twenty-live
cents (25) in coin, or the equivalent In currency, per
dollar; or will advance sixteen rents per dollar, in
coin, or the equivalent in currency, to such holders
and on such deposits, Hie parties to recoive in addition
a ratable proportion of sncli amount as may he real
ized and made available from the assets of the Bank
l.ir distribution when its affairs cun he brought to a
close.
Resolved, That depositors having balances duethem
In Confederate currency be requested forthwith to with
draw snch balances.
JAMES CASKIB, President.
ocll4--tf A. F. DENNY, Acting Cashier.
REMOVALS.
jj^ E M 0 V A L.
W. B. JONES & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
1.1 <4 Ilf IKS AND PERUVIAN GUANO,
Have removed to their new store house, corner Cary
and Virginia streets (between Thirteenth and Four
teenth streets) where will always he found a large
slick of goods in their line, which will he offered to
the trade at the lowest price. fehfi-Jm
E M 0 V A I..
E. G. JAMES & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Have removed to their large new store, south side of
Csry street, third door from Thirteenth street.
They have now in store—
Extra and superfine Virginia Flour
Superior old Kentucky Rye Whiskey
Extra quality French Brandy
Scuppernong Wine -
Roused Pig* Feet
Canvased Hams
Also, a large lot of heavy staple Dry Goods, all of
which they offer for sale at the lowest market rates to
close consignments.
They solicit consignment* of all kinds ofCOONTRT
PRODUCE and MERCHANDISE, and are prepared to
receive a large quantity of storage.
K. G. JAMES A CO.,
Cary street.
a..-ir._If 9.1 ilnur from shore Thirteenth street.
Removal.
GARDNER 4 CARLTON
Hare REMOVED to their new Store Building, No. 9,
on Fourteenth or l'earl street, where they oiler to the
trade a full and good assortment of BOOTS, SHOES nn<l
HATS. j»nl:H
Removal.—on the first of janu
ary, 1966, we will remove our business to Nos. 279
snd 2>1, Broadway, (up stairs,) directly opposite A. T.
Stewart 4 Co, HALL. SOUTH WICK 4 CO.
N. 11.—We would call attention, in connection with
above notice of our removal, to our Increased facilities
for manufacturing Ladies’, MUses’ and Children’s Ma
chine Sewed Work of all kinds. dec22-6m
CABINET FURNITURE, &c.
G< 13. STACY & SON,
f, 110 MAIN STREET,
RICHMOND, V1R0INIA,
Wholes alb ash Retail Dkalebs is
CABINET FURNITURE, MIRRORS, BEDDING
AND CARPETS.
Their facilities enable them to assure their friends
and the public thJkt they are prepared to furnish every
article in their line at Northern prices, F’reight and
Packing added.
They are confident that Ho y can furnish everything
on the very best of terms.
SHUCK MATTRESSES
AT VKKT Lett" PHI*
G. B. STACY 4 SON are anxious to purchase every
SHUCK that can be delivered to them, and will pay one
dollar per loci pounds for all that may he delivered in
good order.
Let Farmeis he sure and send their shucks forward.
dec29-tf __
J^OTICE. _
MR. R. P. RICHARDSON,
In charge of Carpeting, Window Shades, Curtains, Pa
per-Hangings, and a general assortment of
HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS,
will, until the eecond story of our new store Is finished,
occupy the basement story of Mr John C. Miller’s n> w
Dry-Goods Store, corner of Ninth and Main streets,
where he will he pleased to see Ids old friends.
Mr. 0. P PRESCOTT, in rliarge of FURNITURE,
will continue to occupy the Tldrd Story until the sec
ond Is completed, which will he in about ten days.
dec29r FRENCH 4 CRENSHAW.
- -- ,i
4 SUPERIOR ASSORTMENT OF HAIR
J\_ Brushes, Combs. Tooth Brushes, Nail Brashes,
Pomatums, Soaps, Perfumes, and other articles for the
Toilet, for sale by J. IiLAlR,
jag2Jt Drnggist, 107 Broad street.
f'LOUR.—Superior Family, Extra and Super
line Flour, for sale low, to cloae consignment.
FRENCH 4 CRENSHAW,
jan9f Corner Ninth and Main.
BALTIMORE ADVERTISEMENTS,
■^KW BACON, LARD, PIGS’ FEET, &c.
AN fln.OOu lb-^new Uam», Shoulders, Bre*»t-plece».
20.000 lb*. superior sugar-cured Ham*
26.000 lb*, superior sugar-cured Shoulder*
20.000 lb*. Sides and Breast-piece*
20,000lbs. Shoulders, low price
flno bbl*. and J-hbls. aoused Pigs’ F«et
New Lard, in barrel*, palls, Ac., Ac.
For tale by p. BOLlttUKA CO.,
j ( ^ 67 West Prau street, <
Order* left with W. It OAttmo*. at OeorJpMVaU 4
», Franklin street, will receive prompt attention.
J^UVALL & IGLEHART,
W H OLES.ALK GROG B R S,
AMD
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 60 Sooth Sthbrt,
H. Duvall, 7
a. L. iUKKUAltT. J . BALTIMORE.
[nov6-6m]
Grover & baker’s
first PREMIUM
Elastic axd Loch-btitch
SBW1NU MACHINES,
For family ose, tailor*, shoe-litlera and other manu
facturing purposes, ha* no equal. Sale rooms Id
Baltimore street, BALTIMORE,
[i-epll—Cut]
T) AGE, BROTHERS & CO.,
i Only Manufacturer* In Baltimore of
patent paraffine varnish,
ROOFING MATERIALS,
Dry and TarreJ Sheathing and Roofing Felt,
111 Smith'* Wbaaz, Baltimokk.
*op4—ly
WM. DEVRIES ft CO.,
Importer* and
Jobber* of
DRY GOODS,
Marble Building, No. 312 West Baltimore street,
BALTIMORE, MI) ,
Keep constantly on h ind a large and attractive »locY of
DRV GOODS,.’
To which the allenliou of the Trade I* respectfully In
vited seplU—rim
ty. B. iiAVinana, n. F. buhahx,
of Richmond, Va. of Lancaster connly, Va.
I^AVIDSON ft EUBANK,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AVIt I1KNFRAL
PURCHASING AND FORWARDING AGENTS,
(Over E. H. Bantz 4 Co.,)
No. 67 West Pratt street, two doors from Commerce »t.,
BALTIMORE, MD.,
Will fill all order* with despatch.
[octl8—ly] _ _
'yrULCAN WORKS, BALTIMORE.
This old establishment, with Increased facilities,con
tinues to execute, promptly, orders for STEAM and
other MACHINERY, BOILERS,CASTINGS, Ac. A large
water front on the harbor, with a powerful crane,
gives them great advantage* in lilting nut and repairing
steamers. Stationary Engines of various sizes kept on
hand. Iron for bridges furnished.
*ep2D—Cm HAZLF.HURST 4 CO.
OATES’ PREMIUM
HOISTING WHEELS
AX It
DUMB WAITERS,!
For Warehouses, Factories and Dwel
lings. „ .
Having received the premium at the late Fair of llie
Maryland inslilnle, Baltimore, in October last, they are
offered to the public as the best machine III u*e. All
Orders addressed to me will receive prompt attention. 1
U» Send for Circular.
JAMES BATES, Iron Pounder,
and Hoisting-Wheel Maker,
No. I President street,
janli -dm_ Baltimore, Md.
BATES’PREMIUM HOISTING MA-i-Wj,
CHINES. |Tq!
F. L. BATES, StUflllM .
Eaat Fall* Av.*nno, adjoining Pratt »trcot bridge, Balti*
vokk, Maryland, Manufacturer **f «very il«**-cripti«ui «*f
Hoisting Machines, and Dumb-Waiters and Trucks, for
WarvlnuiN***, Factories and Dwellings. dec4-3m {
BECKHAM & ('<>., Cary street, between Eleventh and |
Tu elfih, are our authorized agents,where samples may
If -••••II _
I71IAN K. L. XORLLNG,
No. 2 El-taw Stkkbt,
BALTIMORE,
Has Just received, per steamer Somerset, a full stock
of fresh
FLOWER AND GARDEN VEGETABLE SEED.
My stock of Fruil and Ornamental TREKS and SHRUBS ^
is unusually tine this season.
Orders nupeotfttHy solicited. iny22-ly
J II E K V E V E W I N G,
(Formorly Editor flmstl?, Williamsburg, and Ej-aminfr,
(Norfolk,)
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 11 Law Buildings, St. Panl street, *
aul—ly BAI.TIMORB.
David t. busby,
WHOI.F8AI.R UKAI.FR IB
BUTTER, CIIEESK, AND WESTERN PRODUCE.
Manufacturers’ Agent for Kingsfor.l’s Oswego Starch,
Stickney A Poor’s Mustard, Mathieu's Vinegar.
No. ti Exchange Place, BALTIMORE. I
[noSO—8 m]
JOHN It. OK KM, W. MoKKte OKKM , UKO. H. CIIASK.
TOHN M. OREM, SON & CO.,
f] Importers
And Wholesale Dealers in
CLOTHS,
CA88IMKRE8,
VESTINGS,
PIECE TRIMMINGS,
And Goods exclusively adapted to men's wear,
No. 233 Baltimouu stmkut,
iuy30—ly BALTIMORE.
OOOLE a HUNT,
1 BALTIMORE, AID.,
MANUFACTURE
Portable ond Stationary Steam Engines and Boilers,
Steam Fire Engines,
Portable Saw Alills, Gang and Single Saw Mills,
Mining .Machinery,
Portable Grist Mills, Flouring Mill Machinery,
Cotton Screws,
Railroad Cars, Car Wheels an.l Axles,
Hydraulic Presses for oil and Tobacco,
Tobacco Moulds,
Gas Works Apparatus of all kinds,
Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers.
sepfi—fi
Maryland bag factory, south* (
wtiht cornnr ofHootb and Pratt aireeta, Baltimore,
Md., WARFIELD, KLIaXEFBLTER k C.O., Proprietor*,
dealers in Rag , Ship Chandlery, Painty «»iiy Block,
IL-mp and Patent Cordage; Fiwliing, Cotton and Bolt
Hope*; Seine and Sail Twine*, Cotton Wstate. Parking
Yarn, Oakum, Anchor**, Chain*, Windlaaaea, Ac., Hr.
Order* promptly attended to. iep28—eod6m
PERIODICALS, &c. j
l^KlTlSll PERIODICALS.
PREMIUMS TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS!
THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW (Conserva
tive) i
THE EDINBURGH REVIEW (Whig).
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is rather Increased than diminished by the articles they
contain on our late civil war, and, though soiuelimes
tinged with prejudice, they may still, considering their
great ability and the different stand-points from which
they are written, be read and studied with advantage by (
the people of this couutry, of every creed and party. g
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New subscribers to any two of the above periodicals
for lsCO, will be entitled lo receive, gratis, any one of
the •• Four Reviews ” for IttdS. New subscriber* to all
five of the Periodicals for 1 Mxi, will receive, grails, any "
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lowing reduced rates, viz:
Biackwood from September, l3b4, to December, ISOfi,
inclusive, al Hie rate of $2 .'.J a year.
The North British from Jauuar y. 1S63, to December, 1
18*;o, ioeltiM v#»; th* hihohnrgh and tb« Westminster J
from April, 1MH, to December, 1 inclusive, and tin*
Londmi ttuarter iy for tl»*» y» .ir In*/, at the rate of $1 to
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for livbd at ft a net, or <fcl to for any one. **
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Publishers, 3s Walker street, k
Haw York. b
L. 8. k Co. Also publish the
FARMER'S CiCIDB, *
By IlKXItr STKPtlKNH, of Edinburgh, and the late J.P. i
Norton, of YaleCollege. Two volumes royal ocUvo,
l,ts*i pages, and numerous Engravings.
Price F7 lor I ho two volume* ; by mail, post-paid, IS.
dec22-tf
rpHE RICHMOND MEDICAL JOURNAL,
1 RICHMOND, VIKUINIA.—Thi* Journal will be *
published a* a Monthly UcUv«» of pages, tbe January
number being Ubued early in December.
A respectable number of the best writers in this j
country have proruked their support, (an ostentatious "
display of names is avoided,) and as the Editors "tf.-r to
pay liberally for article*, it i- hoped that the original
department of the Journal will bo entitled to respect
and confidence. i
The page* of the Journal will be devoted to Original "
Articles, Foreign aud Domestic Correspondence, a Re
trospect of Medicine and Surgery daring tbe late war,
an Eclectic Department, (which will be a chief feature of
the Journal,) Reports of Societies, Associations, Hospi
tals and Clinical Lectures, Review* and Blbliographl
eal Notices, Medical News, Editorials, Miscellaneous j
Matter, Ac. "
Without miking special promises, the Editors will
endeavor to make this Journal acceptable to its sup
porters.
Tkkmh—Five Dollars yearly, if paid In advance, or
before I he expiration of the third month afUr ths dele
of subscription; if p.iid nfler Ibis period, Ten DolUrs
per snnuiu.
Advertisement* will be Inserted on the most liberal
terms, and a. there are no Medical Journals now pub
lished in the Southern States, adnultser* will enjoy
peculiar advantages.
E. S. <i AII.LARD, M. D., Richmond. Va.
W. 8. McCHKSNhY, M. D., Staunton, Va.
Editors and 1'ublishers.
All letters In relation to the literary or business in
terests of the Journal will be addr, sse.l to Dr. K. S.
Oaillaro, Box 199, Richmond, Va. novl7-tf t
{J L 0 V E R SEED.
fiO bushels CLOVER SEED,
On consignment ami for sale by „ .
PALMER, UARTSOOK A CO., ]
janluf Libby Bslldlng*.
BliLS. POKTO RICO SUGAR,
ZO 26 bble. RollnedSugar,
26 bbls. C Extra Sugar,
For sale by WM. TAYLOR k SON.
jan21 ___ __ _ _
I-aKUIT.—60 boxes Layer and Bunch Raisins
^ 2 barrels Currants, for sale low to close conslgn
n,rtIlt FRENCH k CRENSHAW,
Corner Ninth and Mala.
PHILADELPHIA ADVERTISEMENTS,
•J3KMPLK OF FASHION !
GRIGG, V A NOUN TEN A CO.,
FINE CLOTHING!
734 Market St.,
PHILADELPHIA.
ABM. Al.Ai'K, F. JAEP,
KXOA BACOB, [feb3-3tu] T. TABilCBTB*.
JOUN COCHRAN A CO.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS 'A'
MOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, WHITE 1
GOODS, ft.., |
No*. 22 and 34 North Fourth Street,
feb3-2m . PHILADELPHIA.
GROCERIES, LIGUORS, &c.
WB.TAYLOB, | JXO. 0. TATLoB.
WM. TAYLOR ft SON, WHOLESALE
GKikKUK, Kim. Baud II Ka-> M*lu ►lr.-l, offer
lithe trade—
23 hogshead* aide. Baron , •
In hogshead. braa*U Kucmi
In hogshead. Ham.
-3 huge. SIlUUld'Tg
li«> barrel. 0 extra refined and P R Sugar
4it barret, crtiahed and pow.L*r*d Sugar
!■» bag. fair to |,riln- Kin I'otl. o
30 bag. Java Collee
f«* bag. Laxuayra Coffee
f.)barrel, V.-a York Syrup
3»i barrel.. Whiskey, "variou, grade*
li» barrel. Brandy, variou* glade.
60barrel* Gin
60 barrels Sherry, Port and Midelra Wine
4 puncheon. Holland Gin
3 punrheon* Scotch Whisky
200 Inix*. flue it. |* Tea
Iini hoxea Japan Tea
ItXJ boxe. Tallow and Adamantine Candle*
li»i boxe* Soap, earh.u. glade.
Iixai ream* Wrapping Paper
S»i doien Broom.
10U tie.U Ba.ket.
3i*i gro*. Dailey', and Parlor Match*.
IiW boxes prime Cheese Janlff-tf
IRISH WHISKEY, *
1. warranted genalne.
5 bbU. Pure Rye Whiskey
Genuine French Brandy
Ki. ulhampton Apple Brandy
Holland Glu
Rum
Claret, Madeira, Port and Sherry Wine
Loudon Porter
Cigar*
Gunpowder and Black Teas, .uperlor quality
Crashed, Powdered, Extra C iyd Browu Sugar.
New .agar-cared Haw. and B fik a .1 a
Leaf Lard »
Java, laguayra and Rio Coffee
Adamantine *nd Tallow Candle*
French and Euli.b Mu.lard
Bread Soda and Yea.t Pewdera.
Faraaleby - JOHN M. HIGGINS,
No. 4 Franklin street, near the Old Market.
dec<*f _ *
i. J. John.To.*, I A. L. Unxrr,
Charlotte eo., Va. Formerly of
Alexandra, Ya.
JOHNSON ft 11UNTT, *
(SrrrEn.oa. to A. L. llrxTT k Co.,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS ft LIQUOR DEALERS,
Cuaxia EniHTn axo Caxai. Stbkxts,
RICHMOND, YA.,
Keep coa.IAntly no hand a large stock of GRtlCERIEfl
Uni LIQBOKS, to which they re.pectfnlly lorlte Ihe at*
eltloa of the trade. aov4f
T M. BUCK’S CELEBRATED FLOUR
’I e Moiilebello Family
Albion Extra
Greenmonat Extra
Locust Urore, FD*e (for baker'* oee)
Family Soap, ..sorted
Pure Cider Vinegar
• >td Kyu and Bourbon Whl.ky 1
Cherry Bounce and Port WIds
. While Lead,
Phoaphale. and Bone Duet
u.i t.a.........
Ill consignment atnl for sale hy
PALMER, HARTKOOK A CO.,
BorU-lf Libby Building*.
^ U N D R I E s7"
Just received, on consign ment
is liercea choice new mi garni rial II AMS
10 “ *• SHOULDERS
in cheat* snperlnr fl KEEN TEA t
20 bbis. superior RYE WlIIbKEY
For sale at the lowest market rates to close.
E. U. JAMES a CO., Cary street,
dec2of Third door above 13th street.
JUST RECEIVED, on l onsignninnt
000 pounds prime roll BUTTER
ft) tubs Uoshen BUTTER
AL.SU, ON HAND,
29 barrels common and fine WHISKEY*
Son barrels FLoUK, all grades
For sale at lowest market prices.
0. F. WRISKIER A CO.,
declSf 7* Main street, up staira.
rUSTRECEIVED, on consignment—
ftkt barrels. KljiUK, all grirtes, Virginia and
Western
2isi do<en Borden'* Condensed MILK
l.issi pound* Mountain, Roll and Firkin BUTTER
For sale at lowest market rates, by
WKIslOEK. Mi INCt!RE A CO.,
janITf is Main street, up stairs,
dOAP 1*^:AN ULUS ! TEAS !
Inn boxen adamantine CANDLES, brown and yellow
SOAPS
10 cases line young Hyson TEA
7'») hills, tail grides) PljiUR
Burden's CONDENSED MILK
On consign.. and for sale hy
WkleiiiKtl, iloNClIRR A CO.,
7b Main street,
feb.l If Up linn.
FuSIL COKFFEB. RUTTER.
2'S) bill*, and kit* Nos.* 1 and 2 MACKEREL and
A LEW IVES. Boston inspection
ft) bag* prime Java, Laguayra and Rio COFFEE
l.issi lb*, prime roll BUTTER.
2n kegs prime I.AIED
On ronslgnmeiit and for sale by
WEISIOBR, MoNCURK A CO ,
7» Mein street,
feb3.tr Upstair*.
I > Af'ON, RACON, RACON, &c., Ac.
[ J 2ft hints prime Itacon bides,
In hhils prime Breasts Bacon,
20 boxes Shoulders,
In tierces Sugar Cured llama,
For sale by Wll. TAYLOR A SON
Jan M
COFFEE! COFFEE! COFFEE!
J — '
ft) bags nbl government Java Codec, direct Impor
tation
ftn liags very lino Rio Coffee
2n bags superior Laguayra Coffee
For sale low FRENCH A CRBN8II AW
fa 1.2 lwf
r^ACON ! RACON ! RACON!
1ft,'em pounds v. iy line Bacon Sides and Shoulder •.
Fur sale low. FRENCH A CRENSHAW
feb2-lwf
IT'ISII ! FISH ! FISH !
c (On Coiislgnin. nl )
duel received a lot of New No I Halifax Oibbed Her
ngs ; also a lol of those eboica
POTOMAC FAMILY K<>E H KRRINOS,
hich we offer at reduced rates
HARPER, TALIAFERRO A CO.,
jin't Foot of 0th street, on the Cenal.
10AL,
J HAY
end FLOUR
Red and while ash Anthracite COAL
400 Hales HAY
2o» barrels FLoUK
8. P. LATItfM)P, Agent,
Eighteenth street,
Jand-tf South sido Duck.
SACON.—20,000 |uiiinils RtCOI Siilns ami
Shoulders. *
CANDLES.
2fti boxes Tallow and Adamantine Candles,
For sale low hy
FRENCH A CRENSHAW,
j in jj Conner Mlath and Main.
3 A L T.
ftsi sacks full bleached “ RortUington" Salt,
ft*) sacks unbleached “ Worthington Salt
For sale low hy LEE A PETTYJOHN,
JanlSf_•__ On the Dock.
BRLS. LEAF T.AKI),
lort kt*^h Lard,
For Mile by WM TAT LOR ft 90JC.
jankf __
Cf ACKEKKL an.l HERRINGS.
VI lilirr.tU IUrrini/« rihI VI:4J k*-r* l
bt) halves, quartern and kiln Noa. 1 and 2 do
For aalA low by
FRENCH 4 CRENSHAW,
Jaii *f Corner Ninth and Main.
^UGAR—2OH barrels Cut I-oaf, Granulated,
3 Pulverlaed, A, B, C and Extra C Sugar, for .ale low
y FRENCH 4 CRENSHAW,
Janfif Corner Ninth and Main
)AA BBLS. Chestnut Grove, Extra FLOUK,
■ UVJ 200 hbla. Wheatland Extra Flour,
100 bbl*. Superfine Flour,
For*al«hy WM TAYLOR 4 SON.
JtBlf___
k ffOLASSKS.—Oxnard Syrup, Demarara and
VL Porto Kicu llolaanea, for e»l« low, to cloae con
Ignment. FRENCH 4 CRENSHAW,
janfR_Corner Ninth and Main.
^IlEESK!
jix) boxea prime Factory cbeeae,"
For sale by WM. TATLOK 4 SON
JanSf_ __
COFFEE !
<J loo haga/alr to prime Rio Coffee,
So baga Laguayra Qoffee,
IS baga Java'Coffee,
Foreale by WM. TAYI/OR 4 SON.
j*“»t_ _ _ .
HANDLES !
<J 200 boxea Adamantine Candle*,
100 boxea Tallow do
For aale by WM. TAYLOR 4 SON
j»n»f _• . T_
SORGHUM I SORGHUM I SOKUUUM !
8 barrel. very Bn* SORGHPM
for aale very lew, to cloae con.lgmnent.
Jan3»t FRENCH 4 CRKX'IIAW
I AKD I Li\RD!
24 kege CHOIcTfAMILY LARD,_
for aale by B. DENNIS,
jaudl-tf Cary, between IStb and leth atreet*.
)A BBLS. PRIMS LEAP LA HD, for aale
iU by WM. TAYLOR 4 BON.
Jan2t __
| j^ARD BREAD I HARD BREAD I
C,000 pound" HARD BREAD
foraalo, to cloae conaignmenC^^ CRR[<8HaW
IflKGlNlA BlCKWI1KAT FLOUR.
V 6,000 pound* Virginia Buckwheat Flour,
“ *‘°rC f,'r **U‘ DANDR1DGE 4 ANDERSON,
jait?2-tf No. 106 Broad »twt
jr"ARI>T LARD I LARD !
OX) pound* No. 1 LARD
for aale low, to cloae conatgnuent. _
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