OCR Interpretation


Daily Richmond Whig. [volume] (Richmond, Va.) 1865-1869, March 03, 1866, Image 4

Image and text provided by Library of Virginia; Richmond, VA

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84024660/1866-03-03/ed-1/seq-4/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

legal advertisements.
rpo ANDREW C. ELLIOTT, NEW YORK
X Taka nolle* that, on the 17th day of March, 1m*>
between the boar* of aloe o'cl««k.tn the morning ant
lee o'clock In the evening, at the law olee of A. D
Dickinson, at Prince Edward Court Hones, Va., I *hal
proceed to take the deposition* of Richard B Thack
slon. Win. I-Womack, James Hatchett and others, t<
be reed as evidence in a aait now pending in the Clr
colt Conrt of Prince Bitward ronnty, Va., in which Iau
plaintiff and yon and other* are defendants: and If.
from any cause, the aohl deposition* shall not be taker
or completed on that day, the same will be continued
from day to day till completed.
HENRY 9. Q0THRST
Pautci Bnwann Cocmr Horse, Va., March IS, 1SW
feb!9--dtl7mh _ __
CHESTERFEILD COUNTY, STATE OF
VIRGINIA:
Conn its loam's Ovncm. February 2S. Iw
In the Circuit Conrt of Che.terSeld, November term,
1965, in th* salt of
Jam** H. 8p*aiV executor— Plaintiff,
AUA1VMT
Prank A. Handle/xml , *
Amongst other thing*, it ordered thxX rinne • a.
Hundle/ and June hi* wife do render an account of the
adininutration of the entate of the *akl Jamee M. >l**rN
6/ the *aid Jane Handle/, late exeentnx thereof, be
fore one of the Cainaieeioaere of Court, who '»
directed to etate, settle and report the same, aod fur
ther, that the said Cou»mu*ioner take and report an ac
count of the debt* ontsunding again »t the »aid estat**.
Now, therefore, I. Jo«ph Goode, one of the Commta
aioners of this Coart, notify all person. Interested in
the Mid estate, and especially Francis A Handley and
Jane hi, wife, sa wsli as »H »hose holding claims
against the estate, that I have appointed MY OFFICE a.
the place, and THURSDAY, the iSKh day of March. 1SW.
a* the time, between the hours of 9 o'clock A M. and
sunset of the same day, to take, settle and report the
accuont* directed. Where those persons above namej
anAll required to attend, and produce such paper* and
edUbnce as will enable lue to perform the Julies tv
quid. J068PH GOODE.
febSs-vtawAw firnMnlmw
\riRGINIA:— At rules held in the Clerk’s
Office ot the Circuit Court of thecity of Richmond
on the 7lh day of February. I She—
James H. Gardner and Ambrose Carlton, in their own
right and as executors of William H. Hubbard, de
ceased— Plaintiffs,
AOs OUT
The widow of Jeremiah Hubbard, the blind son of
Daniel Hubbard.-the children of Patty Cady, deceased,
the children of Rebecca Bassett, deceased; the war
dens and vestrymen of the Episcopal Church, in the
town of Guilford, conuly of New Haven, and State of
Connecticut; the wardeus and vestrymen of the Epis
copal Church in the parish of North Guilford Con
necticut ; the widow and children of Jared Foot Hub
hard; the children and lineal descendants of Jere
miah Hubbard, the children and descendants of Da
vid H Uabbard , the children and descendants of
Temperance Gaston; the children of Cornelia, daugh -
ter of Jeremiah Hubbard ; the children of Wellhy
Ann, daughter of Jeremiah Hubbard ; Joseph M
Churchill and Abigail A. his wife, and the nephew*
and nieces of William U. Hubbard and theirdesceud
ants, parties uaknowu, and Healey llubpardand Mary
bis wife . Daniel Hubbard, trustee her hi* blind son ;
Mrs. Ruth Msllby, George H. Ewell, Abraham Cham
ber*, William H. Chambers, John Hoicbkln, Kbeneter
’ Holcbkin, Frederick Hotchkln, Mrs. Mary Norton,
Mrs. Sarah Seward, Mr*. Mary Harrison, Abraham
Hubbard, Daniel C. Hubbard, William H. Hubbard,
Mrs. LoU Foote aud-Foete her husband. David H.
' Hubbard, Hannah Davis, Lucretia Welton. Jared Foot
Hubbard, Hubbard Beebe, Willtam H. Beebe, Levi
Beebe, James W. Beebe, Franklin Gust on, David H.
Hubbard, Daniel Hubbard and Orra his wife, Mary J.
k Ssge, Theresa Stowell, William Dudley, William
H. Hart-horn*, Leonard Chambers and Mary Ann his
wife, and other—Defendant*.
The object of this suit is to procure the decision of
certain questions arising upon the will of William H.
Hubbard, deceased, and the instruction of the court re
lative to the general administration of his est it*.
And alSdavU having been made and tiled that the
name* of the defendant* who are described as parties
unknown, are unknown, and that the other defendants
above named are uot resident* of this State, the Mid de
fendants are required to appear within one month after
due publication hereof and do what i* necessary to pro
tect their interest in this suit.
A Copy—Test#:
fhb9—law-lw _ BKNJ POLLARD.Clerk.
VIRGINIA—TO WIT:—At KitU-s hold in
the Clerk’s office of the Circuit Court for the coun
ty of lialtlax, on the tlrst Monday in February, ISbti.
T. C. Morton—Plaintiff,
AtiAIXST
James W. Ragland—Defendant.
IN CHANCERY.
The object of tbl* suit is to attach any real estate ly
ing in the county of Halihx belonging to the defend
ant, and aubject the Mine to the payment of a debt due
bf bund fpiiin (Km mtiil <4Fife*mlnnt In nlhintiff fur
«10u, with Interest thereon from the 25th dev of Decem
ber, 1SS1.
It appearing by affidavit tiled that the said defendant,
James W Ragland, is not a resident of the Common
wealth of Virginia, it is ordered that he appear here
within one month after due publication of this order
and do what ts necessary to protect his interest in this
suit ; and that a copy of this order be published once a
week for four successive weeks in the Richmond Whig,
a newspaper published in this State, and another copy
posted at the front door of the court house of thiscoun
ty on the first day of the next county court.
A copy—Teste ;
JAMES MEDLEY, Ja . Clerk.
Kusha Barksoai.k, Jr., p. q. febl9--law4w
VIRGINIA:—At Rules held inThe Clerk’s
Office of the Circuit Court for the county of Hali
fax, on the first Monday in February, IsSS—
Henry U Hurt, sheriff of Halifax, and as such adminis
trator of Beverly C. Walker, deceased—Plaintiff,
AUAIRST
James W. Ragland—Defendant.
IX DEBT AXD UPON ATTACHMENT
The object of this suit at law and attachment is to re
cover the sum of #o9 35, with interest thereon from the
17th day of December, ISbo, alleged to be due the plain
tiff from the said defeudaut by boud, and to subject the
real estate of the said defendant James W. Ragland, in
the county of Halifax, to the payment of said claim.
It appearing by affidavit bled that the said defendant,
James vr. Ragland, is a non-resident of the State of
Virginia, it is ordered that be appear here withiu one
month after due publidktiou of this order aud do what
is necessary to protect his interest in this suit, and that
a copy of this order be published once a west for four
successive Weeks in the Richutoud Whim, a to w-paper
published in this Slate, and another poeted at the front j
door of the court house of this county on the llrst day j
of the next couuty court.
A Copy—Teste :
JAMES MEDLEY. Ja., Clerk
Elisha Bamsoalk, P. it feblit-law-iw
\VIRGINIA :—At Rules held in the Clerk’s
Office of Ihe Circuit Court of the city of Rtchmoud,
on the 7th day of F'ebruary, Uuitj,
Ann B Kinntard, sometime called Ann Justis Kin
niard—Plaintiff,
AUA1XST
Charles Magrnder, executor of James Kinntard. de- \
ceased, and the next of kiu of the said James Kin !
nlard, and of hts former wife Mary Kinntard, who was
Mary McKay,of Halkirk, Scotland, being parties un- \
known— Defendants.
The object of this suit is tetobtain by sale, partition or
other proper proceedings, settlement, delivery aud pay- |
meot of the interest of the plaintiff, alleged to be one j
equal half of the residue of the reat and personal estate
of James Kinniard. deceased.
And affidavit having been made and died that the j
names of the persons who are made defendants herein, |
by the general description of parties unknown, are un- j
known, the said defendants, whose names are Uliknown,
are required to appear within one utoolh after due
publication hereof, and do what is necessary to protect j
their interests in this sail.
A Copy—Te>te
feb9-lawdw BEN J P«>LLARD, Clerk |
\VIRGINIA:—At Rules lwM in the Clerk’s ;
office of the County Court of Powhatan county,
from the ."gh to the 7th day of February inclusive, in
the year ISOS:
Thomas B. Dorset—Plaintiff,
AOAISRT
Samuel Dorset and William C. Dorset and others De
fendants.
IX CHANCERY
This suit Is brought for the pnrpoae of getting title to |
a tract of land in Powhatan county, containing 2'*.7
acres, more or less, and sold by the defendant, Samuel I
Dorset, to the plaintiff. and the plaintiff having filed ,
his bill, and it appearing by affidavit filed that the de j
fendant. Win. C. Dorset, is not an inhabitant of the !
Stale of Virginia, on the motion of the plaintiff by i
Willis J. Dance, Esq., hi* attorney, it ,i» ordervd that !
the said Win. C. Dorset appear here within one month I
after the due publication of this order and do whst is j
necessary to protect hia interest therein.aud that acopy I
of this order be forthwith inserted in ihe Richmond |
Whig, a newspaper published in the city of Richmond. !
aud continued once a week for four successive weeks, I
and that another copy be posted at the front door of Ihe I
court house of this couuty on the uext county court
day
A copy—Teste : K. F. GRAVES, Clerk,
febiil-law-tw
W TIRRIN I \—Tl > W IT :—At rules helil in the
V Clerk's iNfice of th* Circuit Court for the county
of Halifax, on the first Monday in February, ISW,
Clement M. Adkisson—Plaintiff,
AOAixrr
William Conuer - Defendant,
IN DEBT tND OP ON ATTACHMENT.
The object of this suit at law and attachment i» to re- <
cover the muiu of two hundred and muety-four dollars
and sixty-fire cents, with interest thereon from th« first
day of March, IS54, alleged to be due the plaintiff from
the defendant, by boud, and to subject effects in the i
hands of Gnilford Canada. a» administrator of Alien
Conner, deceased, to the payment of said claim
It appearing by atfldavit filed that the defendant Wil
liam Conner u» a non-resident of the State of Ytrgiuia,
it U ordered that he appear here, within one month af
ter due publication of this order, and do what is necea- i
sary to protect his interest in this su.t; and that a copy
of this order he published once a week, for four suc
cessive weeks, in the Richmond Wuni, a newspaper pub
lished in this State, and another copy posted at the
frontdoor of the court hou*e of this county, on the I
first day of the next county court.
A Copy—f <B»te
' JAMES MEDLEY, Ja , Clerk.
Elisha BaaxaDALi, jr , p Q. fetd-taw-tw
LOST AND DESTROYED BONDS
’^J'OTICE.—Application will be made to the !
X . Auditor of the Stan* of Virginia for th« renewal of \
the following lout certlScales of Virginia State Regia- |
lered Stock, issued to Peter V Hagner, t. S. A., »i» ;
Certldcate No. 194, for *2,So", under set of itd March,
1380. dated July 17, 1*80.
Certificate No. 343, for *122, under act of 3th March,
1*47. dated January 8, 1381.
THOMAS 0. PEYTON,
decO-law3m AU'y for P. V. Uagner* U S. A. j
LOST.—Richmond and Danville Railroad |
SCRIP Lout.—Application will be made to the
Richmond and Danville Railroad Company for new j
scrip for share No. >,218. .lauding in the name of Planus I
Gregory the original of which ha. been 1 o-1.
febl4-law4w* fUYHM J MBOOM.
T^fOTICE.—Application will be made to the
Auditor of Public Accounts of Virginia fie the re- I
newal of the following lout Certldcatu. of VIRGINIA I
STATB STOCK. in the name of Nathaniel Boothe :
No. 48, for *1.000, act of 12lh March, 1349
No 3994, for *1,000, act of 29th March, 13*1,
JOSEPH BOOTHE.
feb23-w3m* Administrator of Nath'l Boothe. |
tajOTICE.—Application will tie made to the
auditor of the State of Virginia for the renewal of |
a LOST CERTIFICATE of Virginia Stale Registered
standing in the name of Thomas 0. Shanuon,
No 34*0. issued under act of 29th March, 13*1, dated I
February 26th, 1881, tor *7uo.
d**2 iaw3°» THOMAS 0. SHANNON.
^ TONE W A R E.
DA VIP PARR A *0*8 have removed their Pottery
to No 5 Fifteenth street (between Main and Carr),
where they have o« hand a large assortment of STONE- |
WARLaZh »• Jog* J*^ .•**■"•»■* Br‘
t , Pans Milk Pans. Chorna, Spittoons, Ac.; also!
Flower Pot* and Charcoal Water Coolers, all of which
lhtob*K*wf<>r lb,! l0***DAVIt>PPARR A SONS, j
0“^ILSI OILS!!
10 barrels Machine OH
'S: cA’"
* « Whale 0U
19 “ Linseed Otl
19 e pare Kerosene or Coal Oil.
* “ Paragon 0U
* “ Turpentine
Tor .1, l£w“ * BODMER A BRO
STM* Braggieta. No 10 Main .treat '
* %
row YORK adyirtibrmrkts.
JOHN B. FULLER,
MiHTFACTCBlR AND DEALER.
So- * Dey street, Hew York,
Hae In stare and ready for immediate shipment, and U
manufacturing to order,
PORTABLE AND STATIONARY STEAM
ENGINES AND BOILERS,
1 to 5S0 hone power; Clwalar and Upright Saw Ml lie
of the moet approved eonetruction, of all eiiee, rotting
700 to 1500 feet of lumber per hour; Oriet Mills, Mill
Irons, Water WheeU, and every kind of Mill Ma
ehlnerv; Sugar Mills, Paper and Mining Machinery,
Tools, Tank,. Ac , for Oil and Salt Works; Cotton and
Woolen Machinery, Ae.
Vertical Planers, Wbodworth Planing Ma
Iron Planers, „ . u
Engine Lathee. • Gray A Wood s Planing Ma
Drill Laihua, . i?\»i . M ..
Boring Machines. ^ Machines,
Slatting Machines. Moulding Machines,
• Upright Drills, M,":U‘n'*-l
Steam Pumps, Tenoning Machines,
Fores Pumps. Power Morticing Machinee,
Li ft lug Pumps, Foot Morticing Machines,
I gaction Pumps, Boring Machines,
Hydraulic Jacks, Blind Slat Tenoning Ma
ge re w Jacks, . chines.
Shafting Pulleys and Hang- Circular Saw Benches,
tr>| Wright's Patent Scroll8aws
Rubber and Leather Belt- Patent Belt Scroll Saws,
lugs. Circular Reserving Mill#
Leather and Rubber Hoee, Upright Reserving Mills
Plumbing aud Oas Fit- Rotary and Mining Pumps
tings. Every description of Ma
Stearn and Gae Plpee, ehlnery and Railway Sup
Steam aud Water Gauges, piles
COTTON GINS! COTTON GINS! COTTON G1N8!
Taylor, Eagle, Brown, Southern. Craven, Excelsior
and McCarthy Cotton Gins, with engtues or horse pow
»r», and everything required f*»r the **u»e, in «tore, aud
i for sale at the lowest price. Your order* are reapect
| fully solicited. octlB—ly
T D A V E G A ’ S
* PURCHASING BUREAU,
Nos. 39 tXD 40 Park Row.
All kinds of MERCHANDISE PURCHASED.
Experienced and competent buyers engaged,
t'rder* filled promptly aud faithfully at the lowest
prices, and purchases made only from first class and
reliable house*.
Order, will be filled, PAT ABLE ON DELIVERY, when
a auffletent sum la remitted to cover Freight and Com
missions.
Commissions on snots not exceeding $100, FIVE per
eent.
Commissions on sums exceeding $100, TWO AND A
HALF per cent
Addreee ISAAC DA VEGA,
nov20- tf P. O. Box 1708, New York.
t^AFES.SAFES.
KRENKEL 4 AXTMANN,
Manufacturers of
KtixiiL't Improved Fit* akd Bc»>n.aR-P«oop
SALAMANDER 8AFK8.
THE MOST REUABLE SAFES SOW KNOWN I
No. 19S Buooai Sr., b*tw*k.v Norfolk axd Boffolk,
NKW YORK.
<9* Orders solicited. ROvSO-ly
JAMES WILDE, Jr., 4 CO.,
Manufacturers and
Jobbers of
CLOTHING,
55 AND 57 WHITS STREKT,
First door Wsst of Broadway,
%EW YORK.
Jam is Wilde, Jk. Joes 8 Wilde. Jo*. Wilde.
(apl5—tf] _
^ PARSONS,
M^irFACTCEBE
HADFIELD'8 union fireworks,
IMPORTER
CHINESE FIRB-CRACKBRS, ROCKETS, ETC.,
■aXOFSCTrEBR
LANTERNS, FLAGS, ETC.
Also, a large assortment of his own Importation of
TOYS AND FANCY GOODS.
Wm »o 24 Joan street, near Broadway,
NSW TORK.
oetl8--ly _ ___
QRICE 4 LONG,
CAR BUILDERS,
TRSNTON, N. J.
132 Broadway, Nsw York,
1340 Brack Syrrkt, Phit.adilVhia, Pa.,
Are prepared to execute with despatch orders for all
description* of PASSENGER and FREIGHT CARS.
Especial attention is invited tothelr PATENT STEAM
PASSENGER CARS, now running so successfully aud
economically on many Northern and Western roads.
... , „ < 132 BROADWAY. New York.
orrun.. f )tJM0 pgAfH STREET, Philadelphia.
Refer to Gso. W. Gates, Esq., Portsmouth, Ya.
nov4--ly» _ __
fji H E NEWS.
DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY I
THE NEW YORK WEEKLY AND SEMI
WEEKLY NEWS.
GREAT FAMILY NEWSPAPERS' BENJAMIN WOOD
Editor aud Proprietor. Journals of politics, literature,
fashions, market and financial reports, interesting mis
cellany. and news from alt parts of the world Im
provement* introduced. Immense circulations deter
mined on. The largest, best and cheapest papers pub
lished in New York NEW YORK WEEKLY NEWS,
published every Wednesday—single copies 5 cents ; one
copy, one year, A3 ; three copies, one year, Aft ft<); live
copies, one year, A3 7ft; ten copies, one year, AI7, and
an extra copy to any club of ten ; twenty copies, one
year, AA". The Weekly News Is sent to "clergymen at
A1 60. SEMI WEEKLY NEWS, published every Tues
day and Friday—single copies, one year. At; three co
pies, one year, A10 . five copies, one year, #15; tun co
pies, one year, A3", and an extra copy to any clnb of
ten ; twenty copies, one veer, Aftft; to clergymen, AS.
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS—to mail subscribers, Al"
per annum; six months, A’> For sale by all newsdeal
ers. Specimen copies of Dally and Weekly News sent
free. Address BENJ. WOOD,’Daily New* Building, No.
19 City Hall Square, New York City. *ep3t>—tf
PACIFIC HOTEL,
17s, 172, 174 and 176 Greenwich street,
"ne square west of Breadway,
Between Courtlaud and Dey streets,
NEW YORK.
JOHN PATTEN. JR.PROPRIETOR.
The PACIFIC HOTEL la well and widely known to
the travelling public. The location is especially suita
ble to merchants and business men. it i* in close prox
imity to the business pari of the city ; is on the highway
of Southern and Western travel, and adjacent to alt the
principal railroad and steamboat depots.
The Pacific has liberal accommodations for over three
hundred guests; it is well furnished, and possesses
every modern improvement for the comfort and enter
tainment of its inmates. The rooms are spacious snd
well ventilated ; provided with gas and water ; the at
tendance is prompt and respectful, aud the table la gen
erously provided with every delicacy of the season.
The subscriber, who, for the past few years, has been
the lessee, is now sole proprietor, aud inleuds to iden
tify himself thoroughly with the interests of bis house.
With long experience as a hotel-keeper, he trusts, by
moderate charges aud a liberal policy, to utaiutaln the
favorable reputation of the Pacific Hotel.
To prevent overcharge by hackmeu, the coaches of
the hotel are owued by the proprietor.
••ptS— ly JOHN PATTEN, Ja.
DURYEA’S MAIZENA,
Was the only "prep
aration for food from Indian Coro1' that received a
medal and honorable mention from the Royal Commit
si oners, at the great International Exhibition, Loudon,
1362, the competition of all proniiaent manufactu
rer* of “Corn Starch ’ aud "Prepared Corn Flour" of
,*•- .... i v.wiiv,.ii-vmrvi
the food and luxury of the age, without a single fault.
One trial will convince the moat skeptical. Makes
Puddings, Cakes, Custards, Blanc Mange, Ac , without
isinglass, with few or no eggs, at a coat astonishing to
the most economical. A slight addition to ordinary
wheat flour greatly improves bread and cake. It is
also excellent for thickening sweet sauces, gravies for
llsh sad meat, soaps, Ac. For ice cream nothing can
compare with It. A little boiled in milk will produce
rich cream for coffee, chocolate, tea, Ac.
Put up in one pound packages, under the trademark
Maiiena, with direction* for use.
A most delicious article of food for children and In
valid* of all age*. For sale by Grocers and Druggists
rvery where.
Wholesale Depot, 166 Fulton street. New York.
WILLIAM DDKYEA,
Je26—ly General Agent.
DERRICKSON Jt BARTLETT,
Wbouuai.1
PAPER AND RAG .DEALSR8,
Mo. SO Beekman street.New York.
Printing, Writing, Wrapping A Colored Papers, Straw
md Binders'Boards,Tarred Rooflng Paper, Paper Manu
facturers' Supplies, and all kinds of Paper Mill Machine
ry. Paper of everv description mad* to order. Rags
tsken in exchange tor paper. Order* by mail promptly
si tended to. octS4 ly
-VTOLEN A STEERS^
-e-v PlVTT-THtaD St*»KT AXV SSCOBD AvXXCB,
NBW YORK,
Wholesale and retail Dealer* In all kind* of LUMBER,
Manufacturer* of
MOULDINGS, SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, and Bdic
SHOOKS.
Turning In all Its branches. Books containing Patterns
deeSl ly ** lloU d "** *®nt on Application.
Manhood and the vigor of youth
restored in four week* by DR. RlCOKD'S Essence
or i*tfe. This wonderful agent will restore manhood to
the tuct shattered constitutions, whether arising from
excesses, sole abuse, the effect* of climate, or uatural
cause* Time required to cur* the mo.t inveterate caso*
t» four weeks. Failure Is impossible. Dr. Ricord's Es
sence of Life Is sold in eases with full Instruction* for
ns*, at 63, or fonr quantities in one for 6», and will be
sent to any part, carefully packed, on receipt of remit
tance to hi* accredited agent, PHILIP ROLAND, 34
Liberty street. New York. nov22-6m
rPHE INVENTORS
J- AND MANUFACTURERS OF
FAIRBANKS’ STANDARD SCALES
AttAch less Importance to the very large number of
PREMIUMS'
which have been awarded to them by sclentiflc, mocha
nicwl and agricultural associations, than to the empha
tic, far more signiflcant, and to them satisfactory en
dorsement of practical business men, during a term of
vean., extending for beyond and covering the entire
bo-tn**s life of a score of imitators
Every appliance of power and skill 1. now being used
to supply the constantly Increasing demand for thee*
well-known and anlvereally approved
STANDARD SCALES.
Every effort will be used to meet the wants
of our friends, consistent with a retention of their su
perior qualities and perfect protection of their world
wide reputation for ACCURACY, DURABILITY and
CONVENIENCE. a
Warranted, as usual.
FAIRBANKS * CO.,
nov4--6m 262 Broadway, New York.
Envelopes and writing paper
at WHOLESALE.—SAMUEL RAYNOR A CO., 115
and 117 William street, New York, Knvelop* Manufac
turers, including svery style of Epistolary, Note, Let
ter, Oflcial, Psy 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, seut by mall when requested. Deal
er* art Invited to call sati examine stock, styles, price*,
Ac., Ac reblO—1 m
H1W YORK ADVXRTISEMESTS.
WITCHES, JEWELRY, DIAMONDS,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
SILVER WARE. BRONZES, Ac.. WORTH OVIK
ONE MILLLION DOLLARS!
All tp be sold at FIVE DOLLARS EACH, without re
gard to value, and not to be paid for. until you knew
what you are to receive.
1,753 Gold and Silver Watches were distributed
among the patrous of Parkinson A Company during the
mouth of January, IShti. Read comment* by thu Press,
speaking of the firm in the most complimentary man
ner: “ A most industrious and prosperou* house."—
Shippeusburg (Pa.) Sentinel. “ Give all who deal with
! them perfect satisfaction.'!—Dunkirk (X. T.) Journal.
“ Enjoy a high reputation for honorable dealing and
the quality of their goods."—KeurPaltx(N. Y.) Timet.
“ Perfectly reliable and will do all they promise."—
' Xyack (X. Y.) city amt Omnty. “ Stand high for hon
esty and fair dealing."—Fishkill (N. Y.) Journal.
" Honorable and fair-dealing men."—Stapleton (X. Y.)
Journal. “ One of the oldest and most reliable firms
I in business.Canajoharie (X. Y.) K/utli. “Keep
' their word and act honorably by their patron*."—
Lyon* (X. Y.) Pres*.
500 Solid Gold Hunting Watcho*.83«»to 760
500 Magic-cased Gold Watches. 250 faki
500 Ladies’Enameled Watchea. 100 500
500 Diamond Cluster UuHee'Seta.•. 3<n> 700
1,000 Diamond Solitaire Rings. 75 250
1,000 Heavy Silver Hunting Watches. 75 150
1,000 Open-face 8ilver Watches. 2u 75
1,OX) Silver and Mahogany Musical Boxes.. 100 600
l,uk> 8i I ver Dining Sets. 75. 350
t.doO Silver Tea Sets, complete. 50 2oo
2,000 Silver Urns and Salvers. 75 250
2,000 Seven-chamber Revolvers. 75 300
2,500 Patent single-barrel Pistols. 25 75
2,0tk) Richly framed Oil Paintings. 75 350
2,500 Elegant pearl Opera Glasses. 25 75
3.UO0 Mammoth Photograph Albums. 15 50
3,o00Cluster Diamond Kings. 25 \100
3,000 Ladies' Oval Bracelet-. 15
j 3,5oO Gold Chains, of different designs. 25 300
I 3,5oo Gold Thimbles, chased . 5 6o
! 10,000 Signet and Plain Gold Rings. 6 75
1 10,000 Gentlemen’s Scarf Pina. 6 60
| 12,500 Bro>ohes and Ear Drops. 6 35
12,500 Gold Lockets, double glass. 5 35
10,000 Gold Pens and Gold Holders. 10 75
lo,000 Sets Studs and Sleeve Buttons. 6 25
6,ooo Silver Goblets and Drinking Cups. 6 6o
5,Sets Tea, Table and Dessert Spoons.... 10 25
5,000 Sets Tea, Table and Dessert Forks. 10 25
6.000 Sets Tea, Table and Dessert Knives.... 10 25
2,500 Revolving Silver Castors. 25 76
2,500 Silver Cake and Fruit Baskets. 25 75
12,500 Wine HoNlers and other articles. 5 75
To Immediately dispose of the above magnificent
stock, certificates naming the articles are placed in
sealed envelopes and well mixed. Holders are entitled
to the articles named on their eerllficale upon a pay
ment of $5, whether it he a beautiful Watch, or a Musi
cal Box worth 8500, or Plain Gold Ring, worth 85. The
return of any of our certificates eulitles you to the ar
ticle named thereou, upon payment. Irrespective of tin
wolth, and as no article valued less than 85 Is named
on any certificate, it will at once he seen lhai this is
XO LOTTERY,
but a straight-forward, legitimate transaction, which
may be participated in even by the most fastidious.
fcflTAny one wishing to invest lu the above enter
prise can" receive a sample package of a half-dozen cer
tificates, naming some of the above articles, by sending
a stamped envelope bearing their address. Certificates
not to he paid for unless fully satisfactory. We do this
that all may be convinced olour sincerity and the genu
ineness of our sale. Call on or address,
PARKINSON A CO.,
feb20-3m 2"S Broadway, New York.
JJ0WES ft MACY,
(Formerly Ofileers of the Park Bank,)
bankers,
No. 30 WALL 8TRBBT, NEW YORK.
FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST ALLOWED ON
DEPOSITS.
Persons opening accounts may deposit aud draw as
they please, the same as with the city banks, and will
be allowed interest on their dally balance at four per
cent.
Collections made npon any part of the United States
or Canada.
Orders for the purchase or sale of the various Issues
of Government aud other 8tocks, Bonds aud Gold
promptly executed for the usual commission.
au2+—tf _____
$500,000. CAP1TAL* *500,000!
THE METROPOLITAN COLLAR COMPANY,
NEW YORK.
SUPERIOR LINEN PAPER COLLARS,
Manufactured by 1). M Smyth’* Patent.
Wd manufacture the
Extra BYROX COLLAR
Double Extra BYROX COLLAR
Printed BYROX COLLAR
Extra Corrugated BYROX COLIAR
Fancy Corrugated BYRON COLLAR
Sliver Corrugated BYROX COLLAR
Freuch Enameled BYROX COLLAR
Extra GARROTE COLLAR
Extra Corrugated GAREOTE COLLAR
Silver Corrugated GARROTE COLLAR
And alt from the best quality of material to be found
In the country.
claim It to be the best and cheapest Collar in
' 'works, ISA Washington street, NKYf YORK.
febl5-:tm _
gPECIAL NOTICE TO THE LADIES.
Ladies deslrlug a clear and beautiful complexion
should use the genuine
GEORGE W. LAIRD’S
H LOO M OF YOUTH!
This delightful Toilet Artlclo has no equal for PRE
SERVING and BEAUTIFYING the COMPLEXION and
SKIN, and will RKMOVB TAN. FRECKLES, and all
other D18EASKS OF THE SKIN
Sold by Druggiats everywhere.
Depot—74 Fulton street. New York. JanSO-Sm
1 H „Kit.KKS. e.B.MUWU H * f»l>|lTOI
I* H. SKINKER & CO.,
Lie .
(Lati or Richhoxd, 1 a.,)
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. SS FRONT STREET,
NEW YORK,
Offer their services for the PURCHASE OF MF.RCIIAN
l>ISE ON ORDER, and for the SALE OF COTTON,
FLOUR. ORAIM, Ac. _febs-diu
yy H. SCHIEFFELIN .t (’(>.,
HUCCiaeoKS TO
SCHIEFFELIN BROTHERS A (H».,
170 and 172 William street,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBER8 OF DRUGS, INDIGO,
CORKS. SPONGES, FANCY GOODS,
. PERFUMERY, Ac., Ao.
[«ep9—eod6m] __
J£ KEN EEL & A X T M A N N ,
Maxi-pactckbk* or
IRON BEDSTEADS,
Hat 8lands, Cribs, Hall and Garden Chairs, Settees, Store
i in... k.anL n.,.KrAAlU fttan.U. Hllti
Iron Railing,
No. 194 Baooas St., BiTWKiN Norfolk and Suffolk,
NEW YORK.
■f* Order* eollclted. BOiM-Hh
TTKNRY it JOHN PARET, Jr.,
M CHAMBERS STREET. NEW YORK,
Manufacturers and Jobbers of
CLOTHING.
A LARGE STOCK ADAPTED TO SOUTHERN TRADE.
j*Bl3-t>m ____—
1Y1ERSON it COLLINS,
SHIP and INSURANCE BROKERS,
No. 77 South street, New York.
We effect Insurances on Marine Risks, at tb« lo"*“t
rates of premium, in first-class New York companies,
snd without charge of ctmmission. All premium* paid
'"Refer to Charles T. Worthaxu A Co. and AlfreJ8. Lee,
Richmond, Virtual*.___* _
Dickerson, reed & co.,
Importers o/ *nJ Pealern 1b
YIN PLATB, SHEBT IRON, COPPER, W1RB, ZIN'C,
And all other articles for Tinners’ n«e,
29 *-*D 31 Cliff bt*rbt. corner of Fulton,
NEW YORK.
teplS—ly
BROWN’S STANDARD SCALES,
Used by the
UNITED STATES and FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS
for more than Thirty Year*.
Adapted to any branch of Business for Foreign or
Home Market*.
Warranted accurate and durable.
Sale* Room* No. 3 Barclay street, near Broadway,
New York.
eepl5_ly R. BROWN, Manufacturer.
JjMRST PREMIUM STEAM SAW MILLS.
The flrst prlae, the Gold Medal, wa* awarded to the
WASHINGTON IRON WORKS,
by the American Institute, at their Fair, In October,
IMS, for the beet
CIRCULAR SAW MILL
AND
STEAM ENGINE.
•VOrdere for that e, Oang Saw Mills, Sugar Mills,
General Machinery, Ir >n and Brass Castings, Forgings,
Railroad Cars, Ac., Ac... promptly filled. Address
G jEO. M. CLAPP, Treasurer,
Nswbnrgh, N. Y., or
L. C. WARD, Agent,
dec9-ly 66 Liberty itreet (Room No. 91, N. Y,
/NUNS, PLSTOLS, FANCY GOODS.
FITCH, WALDO A BARER,
No. 13 Malden Lane.NBW YORK,
Impo rtere and w holeaate dealert In
0UN8,
RIFL ES,
P18TOI 3,
AMMUNITION, Ac.
MILITARY and FANCT GOODS.
CLOCKS,
BRONZES, Ac.
AOEN-T8 FOR
COLT’S PATSliT FrRE-ARMS COMPANY,
aepb—<eM, i
NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS.
rpHK UNIVERSAL
CLOTHES WRINGER
This WRIXGBR has taken the first PEBRim in the
Great Fair of the American Institute—also,at the State
Fairs of Sew York, Vermont,Pennsylvania, Michigan,
Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Wisconsin, Connecticut River
VaHey Fair, Champlain Valley Fair, and at most of
the County and Institute Fairs throughout the country.
Over 300,ooo*bave been sold, and are now In use in the
United States, and we nover heard of one being throws
aside because it was not liked.
The Universal is superior to all other Wringers, in
having larger rolls of solid India Rubber, so protected
by strong cog wheels that they cannot slip or break
loose from the shaft. 1U strong wood frame cannot be
broken, and does not rust or soil tho clothes. Every
Universal Wringer is warranted.
We select a few testimonials from persons widely
knowu to the public, who speak from actual expe
rience, and are above suspicion of misstatement:
«My family would as soon give up the cooking
stove as this Clothes Wringer. It cannot be too high
ly recommended.*’—Solox Robixsox.
This is the first Wringer I have found that would
stand the service required of it.”—J.P. Hcooixr
Lovhjoy's Hotel.
” We think the Machine much more than pays for
itself every year in the saving of garments. We
think it important the Wringer should befitted with
cok,.,,_Ora.nur Jcdd, Editor of Arericax Aiiricdl
TCRAI.tST.
•* i heartily commend it toeconomists of time, money
and contentmont.”—Rbv. Dr. Bkllows.
<• 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. 8. Storks,
Jk., D. D.
m Every week has given it a slronger hold upon the
affections of the inmates of the laundry. Every mem
ber of the household is in admiralion of it. New
Yoke Observer.
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 and put them
out ox trial, can soon make large sales. Send for de
scriptive circular and terms.
R. C. BROWNING, Goneral Agent,
octl8---eod6ra 917 Broadway, New York.
JOHN PICKHARDT’S PATENT KXTEN
SloN PARLOR SOFA BEDSTEADS.
CRIB, NURSB
and
OFFICE BED
Manufactory ami
Salesroom
FURNITURE
of
every description
lti7 Bi.eecker
Street,
NEW YORK. icDio—eou.im
Billiard table FACTORY
OF
F. FEDDERKE & B. WEHRLE,
No. 100 Cextrb strebt,
NEW YORK.
(Patented April 5, 1859.)
Mg' BILLIARDS of every description, Cues, Cloth,
Chalk and Bagatelles constantly on hand.
All orders addressed to our house will meet with
prompt attention. Orders respectfully solicited.
febli)—eodSm _
jr'ROBERG & ZULL,
J ’ MAXFFACTCRKRS of
SHOW CASES (IN METAL AND WOOD),
Ner Grand, two blocks from Broadway,
NEW YORK.
A great assortment of SHOW-CASES constantly on
hand, which, for neatness and durability, have no
rival.
Order! solid Ud. Jan2i>-eod3m
TJOL.TS, NUTS,
WASHERS and SCREWS.
LEACH BROTHERS,
NO. S6 LlBERTT STBEKT,
NEW YORK,
MANUFACTURERS,
Hare on hand all sizes anil kind! of
r BOLTS, NUTS, WASHERS AND SCREWS.
. ALSO,
RAILROAD AND MACHINISTS'TOOLS AND SUPPLIES.
uov9~eodliin
Q KOCH,
Mannfactnrer of
CABINET FURNITURE,
No. 131 Essax Street,
Corner of Rivingtou ksreot,
NEW YORK.
Complete assortments of tho latest styles constantly
on hand, which, for elegance and durability, have no
rival.
Sold at wholesale and retail on the most reasonable
terms.
Orders solicited. ALL GOODS WARRANTED.
filiS-eoditm _
/ a S KINGSLAND,
V ;, commission merchant,
No. *16 Liberty street..*• New York,
Dealer in Printing Paper, Stationery. Copying Presses,
Type, Printing Presses and Printers’ Materials , also,
Cast Steel Saws, Hardware and Machinery of all kinds.
Prices and descriptions of Printing Machinery, etc.,
furnished on application. All ordefy will receive
prompt attention.
References.—Messrs. R. Hoe A Co., Nos. ‘J9 and 31
Gold street. New York ; Messrs. E. B. Clayton's Sons,
No. .’Si Johu street, New York. fet>!!8—eod’-'w
GEO. P. FOWLS. WM. K. HOT. HOGH HICK.
pOWLE $ CO.,
(Formerly of Alexandria, Ya.,)
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
IMPORTRas OF
RAILROAD IRON AND DEALERS IN RAILROAD
8UPPLIK8.
Office N*. 70 Broadway, NEW YORK.
[octl4-flm]
/ a KAHAM, DORSETT ft CO., successors to
VT Hawes, Graham A Co., importers of ROSKW’noO
mid MAHOGANY, Nos. 174, 176 and 178 Centre street,
New York, keep constantly on hand the most exten
sive variety of tinely-tigured Foreign and Domestic
Woods to he 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 large haw
Mill and the most celebrated Veneer Cutting .Machine,
which enables us to fill all orders entrusted to us with
promptness. _dec!3 3m
I >Al’KR WAREHOUSE.
HASTINGS A SEYMOUR,
No. 40 John street, NEW YORK, between Nassau and
William, dealers in
PAPER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Twines, Envelopes and Paper Bags. Straw, Rag,
Manilla and Hardware Papers always tn stock. Print
ing Paper of any required size and quality on hand or
furnished-to order on short notice. Agents fnr tile Ro
chester Paper Mills,
HASTINGS & SEYMOUR,
Jan26-eod2m 40 John street. New York,
PAPER-MAKERS’ SUPPLIES.
WM STANIAR,
62 Fci.tom Strkrt.NEW YORK,
Manufacturer of
FOURDR1NIER WIRES, DANDY ROLLS, MAKING
CYLINDERS, WASHER CYLINDERS
AND KELTS,
BRASS, COPPER AND IRON WIRE CLoTH
FACTORY, BELLEVILLE, N. J.
ORDERS SOLICITED.
febl6eod3m ____
nnODD & RAFFERTY,
engineers and founders,
OFFICE AND WORKS, PATERSON, NEW JERSEY,
WAREHOUSE, NO. 4, DEY ST., NEW YORK,
Manufacturers nfStationary and Portable 6team Engines
and Boilers ; Flax, Hemp, Tnw, Oakum, and Rope Ma
chinery : Shafting, Mill (tearing, Iron and Brass Cast
ings of all kind. , Lathes, Planing Machines, Drills;
Shaping, Slotting and Bering Machines ; Gear Cutters,
Centeiing, Milling and Holt Culling Machines; Chucks
of alt kinds, Leather and Rubber Belting, Lace Leather,
Belt Hooks, and general supplies for railroad and other
machine shops. Judson A Snow's Patent Governors ;
Saw Mills. Cotton Gins, Presses, Ac , constantly on
T<»DD A RAFFERTY,
febi2-ly No. 4 Dey street, New York.
John l. eubank,
(formerly with Kent, Paine A Co.,)
jtow WITH
KIRTLAND, BRONSON A CO.,
Manufacturers and Jobber. of^
45 and 47 Chamber-stree^oppo^it. new Court House.
Invites a call from hie’sout'hern friends.
1 feblS—lm _
immense improvement in
STEAM.
HICK’8 Patent Direct-acting, Beolprocating-plston
STEAM ENGINES
Save 76 per cent, in space, weight.
friction and partB over the best engine*, with great
«onomy.n.team and repairs. The Cheapest. Simple.l,
in(„t Compact and Durable made. Adapted to all |ur
“,,h. Fir circular, address THE HICKS ESOIHECO.,
No »S Liberty street New Tork^ dec21-2Uw6m_
Decker brothers, manu- —
FACTURERS of PIANO FoRTES.E®^*
No 91 Bleecker street, near Broadway,| J | ||
New York. The above Arm, having re- ,
i-enlly commenced the manufacture of their improve
patented PIAN08, which are the most parfcc 6nesl
tuned instruments vet produced, to which they invite
the attention of the trade and Intending purchwers
throughout the United States. As from the New York
World Mar 16th, 1S66: “The Messrs. Decker Brothers
instrument* have attained the enviable distinction of
being in all respects Incomparably the best no» ?®d®
J in tho country-” _ _
ASTEN A THROCKMORTON, No. 253'
Bowery, New York, Manufacturers and Dealer.
I In Builders'and Locksmith’s Hardware, Nails, Pollies,
Cord, Rim Locks and Knobs, Butt p.0^
Iron Keys and Castings, Gong Bells, Wire, Silver Plu
li*Vl orders, large or email, furnished promptly at 6
per taut, leas than market pileei. sepia—6zj
| row YOU AOYUTIBXlfBHTB.
ONDERFUlT..
PHARAOH’S SERPENTS
OR SERPENTS’ EG08.
THE SCIENTIFIC WONDER OF THB AGE!
“ If the egg be ignited, a large aerpent will appear.”
Prepared and sold, at wholesale and retail, by
OLDEN k SAWYER. Chemists,
No. 240 Canal street,
New York.
Priee 50 cent* per box, sent free by mall.
MS' Agents wanted. _febS-eodlm
gAFES! SAFES !
THOMSEN A PREUSS,
No. 264 West Twenty-seventh »t., near Ninth Avenue,
NEW YORK,
Manufacturer* of
NEW PATENT, FIRE, BURGLAR AND POWDER
* PROOF SAFES,
from forty dollars and upwards. Guaranteed for twenty
years. Orders solicited. Ja29-eo3m
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c.
MACHINISTS’ AND
SAW MILL SUPPLIES,
COACII MATERIALS, Ac.
Circular Saws,
Gum and Hemp Packing,
Machine Belting,
Steam Oauges, Steam Whistles,
Water Gauge*, Cocks, Oil Cup*, Ac.,
AT MANUFACTURERS' PRICES.
Babbitt Metal,
File*, 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, Laces, Fringes, Ac.,
And a general stock of Poreign and Domestic,
Hardware,
Cutlery,
Mechanics’ Tools, Ac.,
To which I respectfully invite the attention of city
and country trade. R. L. WILLIAMS,
(Formerly Williams k Elliott,)
jan23-tf 67, Main, near 15th st.
INSURANCE COMPANIES.
HomeTnsukace compan y,
SAVANNAH, GEORGIA.
CAPITAL (all subscribed).2,600.0(0
AARON WILBUR, President.
M. A. COHEN, Secretary.
DIRECTORS.
Andrew Low, William H. Stark,
Henry Brigham, Octavius Cohen,
J. R. Wilder, John Lama,
John Richardson, A. J. Miller,
H. W. Lathrop, E. U. Wade,
John Bones, i A Aaron Wilbur,
W. 8. Roberts,) A K John H. Cooper,
John W. Anderson, N. A. Hardee, .
Henrv Lathrop, Joseph S. ClagUorn, *
W. N. Habersham, J. 0. L. Martin, Eufaula,
J. H. Graybill, Alabama.
Wi XSK’!«—S
ASSETS PAR VALUE, JANUARY. 1866.
Railroad and City Bonds, all goi^l. $18,1100
Railroad Stock*. 8,000
Bank Stocks. 3,000
Coupons, all good. 10,770
Cash and Cash Items. 18,132
United Slates Bonds and Notes. "53
Bills Receivable, new. 7,155
Bills Receivable, old. 6,731
Bank Bill*. 3,822
Insurance Stocks. -9,.*VKI
Cotton Account. 131,477
$237,0S0
Unpaid Capital Stock. 2,000,000
State of Georgia Treasury Notes. 93,124
ifrtT For Insurance against Loss or Damage by Fire,
apply to MONTAGUE A WHITAL,
mh2-lw Agents, Richmond, Va.
TuTUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE
New York.
Cash assets, July 1st, 1S6S, - - $13,500,000 00,
Annual income, in cash, - 3,800,000 00.
The dividends of this Company are larger in amount
for premiums paid than in any company in the world.
All of the proflls arising from this Immense fund and
annual income aa.vualltdividkd amongst the in
tiured.
Applications can be made to J. B. Macmordo, A.
Uoi.lino, Dr. J. B. McCaw, John M. Otet, P. F. How
ard, or E. B. Meade, with
0. F. BREESEE, General Agent.
Office—Franklin street, between 7th and Sth.
aepl4f
Branch office
OF THE
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK.
Capital,.$1,000,000 00.
Surplus,."°
Annual income over ... 1,000,000 00.
This Company takes Firo and Marine Risks on the
most favorable terms. Country risks also taken.
All losses paid at this office without delay of sending
proof to homo office.
Application can be made to A. Boi.mku, John M.
Otet, P. F. Howard, or E. B. Meade, with
0. F. BREESEE, General Agent,
Office Franklin street, between 7th and Sth.
sepl4—f
Montague & whitall,
(Late of the
Merchants' Insurance Company of Richmond,)
INSURE
Property of ai.l Kinds
In the most reliable Companies.
They also effect
Marine Insurance and Life Insurance.
Office : No. 231 Mala street, Jnst below the Rpote
wood Hotel.___angle—tf
NURSERIES, &c.
Hermitage nurseries,
RICHMOND, Virginia
The subscribers (formerly of the Winchester Gardens,
Virginia), having opened a large and extensive Nursery
near Richmond, offer to the farmers of Virginia and
adjacent States a splendid assortment of Fruit and Orna-.
mental TREES and GRAPE VINES, together with all
articles usually found in a well-conducted Nursery.
An experience of a number of years in this business,
in Virginia, enables them to offer such varieties of
Fruit us they know to be adapted to this soli and cli
mate.
Appreciating the present scarcity of money, they offer
Fruit Trees and Grape Vines on credits of Irom three
to nine months (according to the number purchased),
thus allowing farmers time to gather a crop before pay
ing for the trees, and yet enabling them to plant at
once. Catalogues sent on application.
Address ALLAN & BRG.,
Box 43S Richmond,
Or communications left at the Whig office will reach
them.
HT Office, No. Four, Fifteenth street, between Main
and Cary. ..
Refer to Messrs, llaxalt, Crenshaw &Co., Grubbs &
Williams. Elliott Si Shields, Dr. R T. Coleman, Rich
mond ; Mr. H. W. Sheffey, Augusta; Dr. John R.
Woods, Albemarle; Mr. Philip Williams, Frederick,
janfi-d&ctf
LANDRETH ft SON’S WARRANTED
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.—We are now in receipt
of a full supply of SEEDS, direct from Landretli &
Son, which, after more than thirty years' experience,
we confidently recommend to the public for their relia
bility and genuineness of their varieties.
hundredth * RURAL REGISTER for 1S€0 is ready for
gratuitous distribution.
Our supply of fresh and genuine Seed consists of all
the varieties usually called for.
P. JOH.N8TON A BRO.,
Corner Eleventh and Capitol streets,
a.L.aa l.',,.4. I Via
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS in every wiety,
just received, from the celebrated Shakers' Garden,
of over one hundred ditferenl varieties, Including
Cabbage
Cucumber
Beet
Coro
Radish
English Peas
Beans
In every variety, for sale by r ^
feb5f Corner Main ami 15th 8tru«U.
jyj-OUNT VERNON NURSERY,
CPUS TUB OKtUISil.
WASHINGTON ESTATE.
Twenlv thousand Apple Trees, and a great variety of
fruit, Ornamental and Shade Trees and Shrubs for sale
For full catalogues, apply to the subscriber, Post
Office Box 3u2, Alexandra, Virginia, or at the nursery.
C. GILI-INGIIAM,
GEo. WATT A CO., Agent,
dec9-w4m Franklin street, RichmnnJ, '»
I'TrESH GARDEN SEED,
< UNION WASHING MACHINES.
By steamer we are in receipt of our spring supply of
fresh and pure __
garden seed,
And on hand,
UNION WASHING MACHINES,
Plows, Castings, Agricultural Implements, Ac., Ac.
Fur vale by
Jan2S-t GEORGE WATT A CO.
GUANO! GUANO! GUANO!
No. 1. Peruvian Guano
No. 1 Pacific Guano
Flour of Bone
Super Phosphate of Lime
Plaster, Shell Lime
Agricultural salt, Ac.
For sale at the lowest market prices M l
ALLISON A ADDISON,
Dealers in Agricultural Implements,
Seeds, Guano, Ac.,
feb2S—lm Fifteenth street, Richmond, Va.
SEEDS ! SEEDS ! SEEDS !—We have on
hand and offer for sale strictly prime
Clover and Timothy Seed
Orchard Grass Seed
Seed oats. Potatoes, Ac.
All orders promptly attended to.
F ALLISON A ADDISON,
Dealers In Agricultural Implements,
Seeds, Guanos, Ac.,
feb2S--lm Fifteenth street, Richmond, Va.
TUST RECEIVED,
tj 4on barrels Super, Extr»and Family FLOUR,
26 bags CLOVER SEED,
And for sale by 8. C. TARDY A CO., •
M.2S 4t Corner Seventeenth and Dock._
Lump plaster.
160 tons LUMP PLASTER, dally expected, for sale
by LEE A PETTYJOHN.
mhlf_
Kerosene oil, kerosene oil.
Pure KEROSENE OIL at *1 per gallon, for sale
by JOHN W. RI80N,
• Apothecary and Druggist,
mhlf Main and Third streets.
LEWIS’ WHITE LEAD,
LINSEED OIL,
SPIRITS TURPENTINE,
For sale low by POWER A McPHAlL,
feb28f Corner Seventeenth and Main sts.
F^RESH HOMINY,
BEST TABLE BUTTER.
REEVE A MATO,
Franklin street,
feblOf between Eighth and Ninth.
WASHINGTON ADVERTISEMENTS.
JOHN r' ELVANS ft CO.,
Dkalebs IB
HARDWARE AND METAL8,
No. 309 Pennsylvania arena®, between Ninth and
Tenth street*,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
1. H. HOPKIXP. J. E. ELVAS8. C. B. PEAKSOX v
JmIMb___;_
WASHINGTON MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
WASHINGTON, D. C. Entablished a* *
from qnackory and imposition, by E. T. LEON, U.D.
Dr. Leon gnarantee* scientific treatment and a radical
care of all acate or chronic diseases, especially tno»e
arising from self-abase. _
The lengthy practice which the Doctor baa had In the
treatment of tho*** complaints has made hiiu thoroogh
ly acquainted with every symptom which may arise,
and his recent discoveries made in their treatment jus
tifies him in bidding defiance to all competition tu their
C*OKGANIC WEAKNESS Immediately cured, and full
▼Igor restored.
The Doctor has made wonderful discoveries la treal
tng. and miraculous CURES of diseases of the Lungs,
Heart, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder. Weakness of the
Back.'strictures, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Heart,
Impotence, Involuhlarv Discharges,Nervousness, Lan
vour Low Spirit*. 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.
yoUNO MEN who have Injnred themselves by a
loathsome practice indulged in when alone, a habit
freouentlv learned from evil companions, or at school,
the effecUef which will totally unfit them for the du
ties of man, and if not cured .destroys both mind and
bodv, should not neglect their case ere it be too late.
App'lv Immediately to the Doctor, as lie Uthe only one
who will warrant a CERTAIN CURE.
Dr. Leon would cantion all who may be suffering, to
be careful of whom they confide in a* a physician, a»
the country is filled with quack*, imposters and sharp
ers, whose only abilities are for deceiving the unwary
and leading a.-tray the unfortunate, instead of bringing
them again into the social paths of society.
No ChAboes Made ix Case op Failcke.
All diseases of the Scalp, Hair and Skin cured. For
further particulars, address, with stamps,
E. T. LEON, M. D., Washington, D. C.
Consulting office, 420 Pennsylvania Avenue.
BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS.
t^amily dye colors.
PATENTED OCTOBER 13, 1S63.
Black, Dark Green,
Bliick for Silk, Light Orson,
Dark Blue, Magenta,
Light Blue, Maize,
French Bine, Maroon,
Claret Browu, Orange,
Dark Brown, Pink,
Light Brown, Purple,
Siiufi Brown, Royal Purple,
' Cherry, Salmon,
Crimson, Scarlet,
Dark Drab, Slate,
Light Drab, Solferlno,
Fawn Drab, Violet,
Light Fawn Drab, Yellow,
For Dying Silk, Woolen and Mixed Goods, Shawls,
Scarfs, Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves, Bonnets,
Hats, Feathers, Children’s Cloth
ing, and all kinds of
Wearing Apparel.
*5T A saving of eighty per rent. IJt*
For 25 cents yon can color as many goods as would
otherwise cost five times that sum. Various shades
can be produced from the same dye. The process is
simple, and any one can use the Dye with perfect suc
^Directions in English French and German, inside of
each package. HOWE it STE\ ENS,
2tfo Broadway, Boston.
For salo by Druggists and dealers generally.
oct9—bin _ __
r'IHURCH CHOIRS ARE SATISEIED
that the best book fortheir use is “THE HARP OF
JUDAH," by I.. 0. Emerson. Letters from all direc
tions confirm the opinion that no collection of Church
Music recently published lias given such general satis
faction. Choirs the most lA-tldious in their tastes, and
having the reputation of being “very iiard to please,
have acknowledged the “Harp of Judah to lie just tho
book they want. Price #1 38 per copy. #12 a dozen.
OLIVER DITSoN k CO., Publishers, 277 Washington
street, Boston. feb21--t*
REMOVALS.
mXOYAL.
A. Y. STOKES .t CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, AUCTIONEERS AND GENE
RAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
HAVE REMOVED
To their new and spacious Warehouse, Nos. 55, 57 and
5!» South Cary street, corner Fifteenth, formerly occu
pied by Messrs. 1. A G. B. Davenport.
For sale to the Trade only, a large and well assorted
stock of GliOCERIES.
Peruvian and Pacific GUANOS and other fertilizers.
Agents for the sale of Marvin A Co.'s celebrated Bur
glar and Fire-proof SAFES. febUS-lw
4 NDBEW JOHNSTON,
J\. ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
Has REMOVED his Odtce to the rooms of Messrs. Da
venport A Co., over the National Exchange Bank.
fel.27-6t*
JQUPUY & McKINNEY,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
Have removed their ofllce to the new building al the
low-r end of the Basin, immediately opposite the toll
house. They continue the sale of Tobacco, Flour,
Wheat, Corn, Ac , and trust from long experience to be
able to give satisfaction to all who may patronize them.
febl2—6m
nSXQYAL.
W. B. JONES & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
LIQUORS AND PERUVIAN GUANO,
Have removed to their new storehouse, corner Cary
and Virginia streets (between Thirteenth and Four
teenth streets) where will always he found a large
stock of goods In their line, which will he offered to
tbo trade >t the lowest price. febS-lui
E M O V A L.
E. G. JAMES & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Have removed to their largs new store, south side of
Cary street, third door from Thirteenth street.
Thoy have now in Store
Extra and superfine Virginia Flour
Superior old Kentucky Hye Whiskey
Extra nuality French Brandy
Scuppernong Wine
Soused Pigs Feet
Canva.spd 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 consignments of all kinds of COUNTRY
PRODUCE and MERCHANDISE, and are prepared to
receive a largo quantity of storage.
E. G. JAMES A CO.,
Cary street,
decl5—If 3d door from above Thirteenth street.
rXEMOVAL.
t GARDNER A CARLTON
llavo REMOVED to their new Store Building, No. 9,
on Fourteenth or Pearl street, where they otter to the
trade a full and good assortment of BOOTS, SHOES and
HATS. janlfft
Removal.—o. ii. chalkley & co.,
HIDE AND LEATHER DEALERS, have removed to
their new store, on Cary, between Eleventh and
Twelfth streets, where they have just received anew
stock of LEATHER, SHOE FINDINGS. Ac., which they
will sell low to their old friend, and the public.
Call and examine our stock.
feblOf 0. H. CHALKLEY A Co
Removal.—on the first of janu
ary, lfititi, we will remove our business to Nos. 279
and 2S1, Broadway, (up stairs,) directly opposite A. T.
Stewart A Co. HALL, SoUTlIWItUc A CO.
N. B.—We would cull attention, in connection with
above notice of our removal, to our increased facilities
for manufacturing Ladiea*, MI*Hea* and Children’* Ma
chine S«<wed Work of all kind*. dec22-tiin
CABINET FURNITURE, &c.
G1 B. STACY & SON,
)Te 11» main STREET,
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA,
WiioutaAl.B AM, Retail Dealers in
CABINET FURNITURE, MIRRORS, BEDDING
AND CARPETS.
Tl.AxIr r....ti;tt*4« ilium to MHKtirG frt.Ml.la
and the public that they are prepared t*» furnish every '
article in their line at Northern prices, Freight and
Packing added.
They are confident that they can furnish everything
on the very best of terms.
SHUCK -MATTRESSES
AT VBRY LOW I-RH-B*.
G. B. STACY A SON aro anxious to purchase every
SHUCK that can be delivered to them, and will pay ono
dollar per loO poiyids for all that may be delivered in
good order.
Lot Fanners be sure and send their shucks forward.
dec29-tf__ ' 1
^"OTICE.
MR. R. P. RICHARDSON,
In charge of Carpeting, Window Shades, Curtains, Pa
per-Hangings, and a general assortment of
HOUSE-FURNISHING HOODS,
will, until the second story of our new store la finished,
occupy the basement story of Mr. John C. Miller's new
Dry-Uoo,|s Store, corner of Ninth and Main streets,
where he will be "pleaded to see his old friends.
Mr. G. P. PRESCOTT, in charge of FURNITURE,
will continue to occupy the Third Story until the sec
ond is completed, which will he in about ten dare.
dec2»t FRENCH A CRENSHAW.
BANK NOTICES.
VTOTICE.—At a meeting of the Board of
X i Directors o, the Bank of Virginia, on Friday, Oc
tobea 13,1S65, the following resolutions were adopted :
Resolved, That notice be given, by publication in the
newspapers, that the Bank of Virginia will redeem its
circulating notes, and pay deposits standing on 1st
July, 1861, as they do now, at the rate of twenty-five
cents (26) in coin, or the equivalent In currency, per
dollar; or will advance sixteen cents per dollar, in
coin, or the equivalent in currency, to such holders
and on such deposits, the parties to receive iu addition
a ratable proportion of such amount as may be real
ized and made available from the assets of the Bank
for distribution when its affairs can be brought to a
close.
Resolved, That depositors having balances dne them
In Confederate currency be requested forthwith to with
draw such balances.
JAMES CASKIE, President.
octlV-tf A. F. DENNY, Acting Cashier,
HATS, CAPS, &c.
JOHN DOOLEY, n
U.XDBK THB SPOTSWOOI) HoTBI, ^
RICHMOND, VA.,^"*
Invites the attention of his customers and the
public to his large stock of HATS, (.'APS and LADIES
FURS. He has, in consequence of the great scarcity <*
money, reduced his prices considerably on Hats and
Caps, and is selling the Ladies’ Furs at cost, tw closeout
his stock, which is very large, and contains some beau
tiful CAPES, HALF-CAPES and MUFFS.
He is now getting the beautlfal DERRY HAT, for La
dies, which are of fine quality and at very moderate
prices. jan26f
BUILDERS, &c.
AN NON & HUDSON,
BUILDERS,
CORNER OF BROAD AND ADAMS STREETS,
Respectfully inform the citizens of Richmond that they
are now ready to undertake Buildings on the most rea
sonable terms. Persous desiring to build will please
cl ve us a call.
We will also do ait kinds of REPAIRING, fitting up
STORES, and JOBBING generally in our line.
febS-lm
Bran, brownstuff, shipstuff.
REEVE A MAYO,
feblof Franklin it., between Sth and 9th it*.
.— --j .1. —*— -
BALTIMORE ADVRRTIBBMRHTB.
gPRfNG IMPORTATION..'..lPfifl !
RIBBONS, MILLINERY AND STRAW GOODS. •
armstrongTcatora CO.,
Importers and Jobbers of
RIBBONS, BONNET SILKS ANI) LACES.
VELVETS, HUCHES, FLOWERS, FEATHERS,
STRAW BONNETS,
LA 1)1 Eg’ HATS, TRIMMED AND CNTRIMMED, SHAKER
HOODS, Ac.,
No. 237 Rnd Lofts of 239 Baltimore street,
BALTIMORE, MD.
Offer a utock unsurpassed In the United State* In variety
and cheapness.
Order* aolielted and prompt attention given.
feMM»
New bacon, lard, pigs’ feet, &<■.
St),000 lb^new Hama, Shouldera, Breaat-piece*.
20,000 lba. superior aag&r-cnred Ham*
26,000 lba. anperlor sugar-cured Shoolder*
20,000 lba. Side* and Breaat-pleeea
20,000 lb*. Shonldera. low price
600 bbl*. and }-bbl*. *on*ed I*lg#’ Feet
New Lard, In barrel*, pail*, Ac., Ac.
For *ale by F. K0L080N A CO.,
67 We*t Pratt *treet,
dec9-3m* Baltimore, Md.
Order* left with W. B. DAvinaoif, at Georg* Witt A
Co.’*, Franklin atreet, will receive prompt attention.
JOHN IZARD MIDDLETON,
(Formerly of Sout(i Carolina,)
SHIPPING AND GENERAL
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 53 BI'chahaB’h Wnaar,
BALTIMORE.
Refer* to Messrs. Lambert, Sitting* A Co., Mordecat
A Co., CoLton, Archer A Co., Baltimore; John Fraser
A Co., Oonrdtn, Matthlessen A Co., Porcher A Henry,
Cohen, Hunrhel A Co., Charleston, South Carolina;
Citslcie A Brothers, Richmond. febl9-li)l*
TJUVALL 4 IGLE11ART,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
AMD
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 8oM)Cth Street,
H. Dctall, f BALTIMORE.
U. L. blRKHART. i
[nov6--6m]
GROVER 4 BAKER’S
FIRST PREMIUM
Elastic ami Lock-stitch
SEWING MACHINES,
For family nae, tailor*, shoe-fitters and other manu
facturing purposes, baa no equal. Kale room# lhl
Baltimore atreet, BALTIMORE.
[*epll—6m]
PAGE, BROTHERS & CO.,
Only Manufacturers In Baltimore of
PATENT PARAFFINE VARNISH,
R00F1N0 MATERIALS,
Dry and Tarred Shoatbiug and Roofing Felt,
111 Smith’s Wharf, Baltimork.
sep4—ly _._
WM. DEVRIES 4 CO.,
’ Importers and
Jobbers of
DRY GOODS,
Marble Building, No. 312 West Baltimore atreet,
BALTIMORE, MD.,
Keep constantly on hand a large and Attractive atock of
DRY GOODS,
To which the attention of the Trade Is respectfully In
vlted. ____sepl6—6m
W. B. DAVIDSOH, «. F. RCBAtlK,
of Richmond, Va. of Lancaster county, Va.
JJAVIDSON 4 EUBANK,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AMD OBHRRAL
PURCHASING AND FORWARDIN0 AGENTS,
lOver E. H. Bantt At Co.,)
No. 67 West Pratt street, two door* from Commerce it.,
BALTIMORE, MD.,
Will All all orders with despatch.
_ [octlR--ly]_
'y'ULCAN 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 advantages In fitting out and repairing
steamers. Stationary Engine* of various sizes kept ou
hand. Iron fpr bridges furnished.
*ep20—6m HAZLEHDRST A CO.
JgATES’ PREMIUM
HOISTING WHEELS
AXD
DUMB WAITERS,
For Warehouses, Factories and Dwel
llngs. -
Having received the premium at the late Fair of the
Maryland Institute, Baltimore, in October last, they are
offered to the public as the best machine in use. All
orders addressed to me will receive prompt attention.
CjP Send for Circular.
JAMES BATES, Iron Founder,
and Hoisting-Wheel Maker,
No. 1 President street,
J anil-3m _ _ Baltimore, Md.
BATES’PREMIUM HOISTING MA-u^|,
_ jm.
F. L. BATES, SttUliW
East Falls Avenne, Rdjolning Pratt street bridge, Balti
more, Maryland, Manufacturer of every description of
Hoisting Machines, and Dumb-Waiter* and Truck*, for
Warehouses, Factories and Dwellings. dect-3m
BECKHAM A CO., Cary street, between Eleventh and
Twelfth, are our authorized agents,where samples may
bo seen.
1?RANK. L. MORL1NG,
‘ No. 2 Ectaw Street,
BALTIMORE,
Has lust received, per steamer Somerset, a full stock
of fresh
FLOWER AND GARDEN VEGETABLE SEED.
My stock of Fruit ami Ornamental TREES and SHRUBS
I* nnusually tine this season.
Orders respectfully solicited.'_my22-ly
J II E R V E Y EWING,
[Formerly Editor (hurtle. Williamsburg, and Examiner,
(Norfolk,)
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 11 Law Bnildlugs, St. Paul street,
aul-ly BALTIMORE.
lOliN M. OREM, W MORRIS OREM 0*0. B. CHASE.
JOHN M. OREM, SON A CO.,
Importers
And Wholesale Dealers In
CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES,
VESTINGS,
P1ECB TRIMMINGS,
And Good* exclusively adapted to men's wear,
No. 236 Baltimore street,
my30—ly BALTIMORE.
1J00LE A HUNT,
JL BALTIMORE, MD.,
MANUFACTURE
Portable ond Stationary Steam Engines and Boilers,
Steam Fire Engines,
Portable Saw Mills, Gang and Single Saw Mills,
Mining Machinery,
Portable Grist Mills, Flouring Mill Machinery,
Cotton Screws,
Railroad Cars, Car Wheels aud Axles,
Hydraulic Presses for Oil and Tobacco,
Tobacco Moulds,
Gas Works Apparatus ot all kinds,
Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers.
sepS—6 _
jur ARYL AND BAG FACTORY, SOUTH
ItJL west corner of South And Pratt streets, Baltimore,
lid., WARFIELD, KLINEFELTER A CO., Proprietors,
lealers in Bags, Ship Chandlery, Paints, Oils, Block,
Icmp ami Patent Cordage; Fishing, Cotton and Bolt
topes; Seine and Sail Twines, Cotton Waste, Packing
farn, Oakum, Anchors, Chains, Windlasses, Ac., Ac.
)rders promptly attended to. *ep2S—eod6ra
EHJAJUEO.
CTABEHOUSB SCALES.
H. M. SMITH A CO., GENERAL AGENTS
For the sale of
HOWE’S PREMIUM STANDARD SCALES.
We a»k the attention of bnilderi and owners of ware
muses to samples of these 8cales, on exhibition in our
rarerooms. We guarantee them to he
SQUAI. IN ACCURACY,
SUPERIOR IN DURABILITY,
MORE SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION,
THAN ANY OTHER SCALES IN THE MARKET.
In competition with Fairbank's Scales, it has been
igain and again victorious. The Howe and the Falr
>anks' are both made in Vermont. At the State (airs of
hat State, the Howe has, after repeated and severe
rials, been pronounced the best. We refer to the offl
:ial reports:
Vermont State Fair, September IS, 1SS7—First Pre
nium to John Howe, Jr. ; Second Premium to B.fcT|
Fairbanks.
Vermont State Fair, September I7tb, 1858—Diploma to
fohn Howe, Jr.
United Slates Fair, Richmond, Virginia, October, 1858
- First Premium to Howe's Scales.
We aim to place the Howe Scales Id competition with
>ther patterns as much as possible, that it may stand by
ts own merits.
We" place the DORMANT SCALES in warehouses by
)ur own workmen, and leave them ready for use.
EVERY SCALES WARRANTED.
For information as to price, capacity, report! of pub
ic trials, Ac., call at our office,
jan»t _NO. H MAIN STREET.
A GENCY AND DEPOT FOR THE SALE
LX OF
FAIRBANK’S A CO.’S
STANDARD SCALES.
_ •
We are sole agents in the city of Richmond for the
tale of Fairbank’s A Co.’s celebrated
STANDARD, PLATFORM,
WAREHOUSE and
COUNTER SCALES,
tnd keep constantly on hand a large and complete as
lortment of all the leading siies and styles, which we
offer at manufacturer s prices.
W. 8. DONNAN A CO.,
Governor street,
octSO--tf Richmond, Va.
CLOVER,
TIMOTHY,
ORCHARD,
HERD8
AKD
KENTUCKY BLUB GRASS SEEDS.
PALMER A TURPIN,
nov21t ' No. SO Main street._
f UST RECEIVED, ON CONSIGNMENT,
100 do*. Brooms, BnckeU and Baskets,
Parlor and Common Matches,
Paper Bags, Flonr.Bags, Ac.,
For sale by WEISIGER, MONCORK A CO.,
j»n22t 78, Main street, (up stairs.)
PARLOR LAMPS.—Another invoice of verj
handsome Kerosine Lamps, Just received; aiao,
h.b.., Keroaine Oil for sate. ^ ^
declSJ_ 107 Broad street.
p RINDSTONES.
6| tons Nova Scotia (Machinery) GRINDSTONES,
Sundry alias, weighing from 700 to 1,400 poands each
For sals on consignment. 1
febSTf LBB A PETTYJOHN. V
PHILADELPHIA ADVEHTI8K1CEHTB
J M.MIGEOD AS ON,
Manufacturers of
FIRE HATS AND BELTS, CLDB BELTS, MEDICAL
SADDLE BAGS AND CHESTS. POCKET
CASE8, GUN CASKS,
So. 27 Socth Eighth Sthibt,
PHILADELPHIA.PENNSYLVANIA.
Entrance on Jayne street, second Boor.
feb2#-3in _
rpEMPLE OF FASniOjTl
GRIGO, VANGUNTEN ft CO.,
fine clothing
734 Market St.,
PHILADELPHIA.
*n». stare, r. reap,
k»o« kacok, [febt-rtm] r. vaEncKTE*.__
JOHN COCHRAN ft CO.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, WHITE
GOODS, Ac.,
Nos. 22 and 24 North Fouilh Street,
feb3-2m PHILADELPHIA.
— 1
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, Ac.
*CM. TATI.OR, I 1)0.0. TUMI.
WM. TAYLOR ft SON, WHOLESALE
, GROCERS, Nos. 9 and II Bast Main street, offer
to the trade—
2fi hogsheads sides Bacon
In hogsheads breaata Bacon
1» hogsheads II.mis
2.") boxes Shoulders
100 barrels C extra refined and P R Sugar
40 barrels crushed and powdered Sugar
100 bags fair t.. prime Rio Coffee
60 bags Java Coffee
60 bags Laguayra Coffee
60barrels Ji. w York Syrup
200 barrels Whiskey, various grades
100 barrels Brandy, various grades
60 barrels Gin
6o barrels Sherry, Port and Madeira Wine
4 puncheons Holland Gin
2 puncheons Scotch Whisky
200 boxes fine!). P. Tea
100 boxes Japan Tea
lho boxes Tallow and Adamantine Candles
lik) boxes Soap, various grades
lnoo reams Wrapping Paper
2oo dozen Brooms
100 nests Baskets
300 gross Dailey's and Parlor Matches
loo boxes prime Cheese JanfB-tf
JUST RECEIVED—
60 barrels Sontliside Rye Whiskey
10 barrels old Rye Whiskey, five years old
6 casks Port Wine, Rum and Gin
2 casks Sherry Wine
2 casks Madeira Wine
1 cask Irish Whiskey
3 half-pipes French Brandy
2 barrels Southampton Apple Brandy, very fine
60 sacks Lagnayra and Rio Coffee
Crushed,Powdered and extra C and brown 8ugar«
10 half chests Gunpowder and Black Teas
60 boxes Grant’s adamantine Candies
Sugar-cured llama and Breasts and Isaf Lard
Cigars, Pepper, Starch, Mustard, Pickles and
8oda
For sale by JOHN M. HIGGINS,
No. 4 Franklin atreet,
febl7f _Near Old Market.
A. J. JoHKBTOK, I A. L. Hcktt.
Charlotte co., Va. I Formerly of
Alexandria, Va.
JOHNSON ft HUNTT,
(Successors to A. L. Hcktt & Co.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS ft LIQUOR DEALERS,
Corn;:a Eighth axd Cakal Streets,
RICHMOND, VA.,
Keep constantly on hand elargestock of GROCERIES
and LIQUORS, to which they respectfully tnvtls the at
tention of the trade. aov4f
JM. MUCK’S CELEBRATED FLOUR—
e Montebello Family
Albion Extra
Green mount Extra
Lni’iut (iriivp. Klim /for hnkitr'i* mm)
Family Soap, assorted
Pure Cider Vinegar
Old Rye and Bourbon Whl-ky
Cherry Bounce and Pori Win#
White Lead
Phosphates and Bone Dust
Manufactured Tobacco
On consignment and for sale by
PALMER, HARTSOOK A CO.,
novl-l-df Libby ^tuilJing*.
SUGAR! SUGAR! SUGAR' •
Clihds. choice P. R. Sugar
•Jo barrels standard Crushed Sugar
10 barrels cut Loaf Sugar
•lo barrels A, U and C Sugars
For sale by FHENCH A CRENSHAW.
fab23f __
MOLASSES! MOLASSES! MOLASSES!
lo hhd*. 1*. R. and Delnerara MOLASSES.
COFFEE! COFFEE!COFFEE!
fio bags choice old One. Jara Coffee, Importation,
fio bugs fair to prime RioCoffee,
2<i bag* choice Ictguayra Coffee,
For sale by
feb2:tt _FRENCH A CRENSHAW.
CUGAR and COFFEE.
O ti" barrels hard and soft refined SUOAR,
S hogsheads P. K SUOAR,
25 bags old Uorernment Java COFFEE,
lo hags prime l.agilayrx COFFEE,
25 lings prime Rio COFFEE,
For sale low by
reblit GEORGE 1. HERRING A CO.
Bacon and lard.
15,0110 pounds Bacon SIDES and SHOULDERS,
2,500 pounds sugar-cured HAMS,
lo barrels prime lenf LAUD,
In store and for sale by
fchi;t GEoRGE I. HERRING A CO,
S A L I'
fiOO sacks full bleached “ Worthington" Salt.
Wo sacks unbleached “ Worthington" Salt
For sale low by LEE A PETTYJOHN,
_ Jan Rtf on tbe Dock.
FAMILY, Extra anil Supt-rllne FLOUR, an
conhigniueiit, for nalo by
JOHN L. JONES,
febllMf <*• ti*ini**rt Mt*rcbnnt, l/>th *1
QOUNTRY CURED BACON.
FIVE THOUSAND POUNDS on consignment.
For sale by JOHN L. Jon ES,
feblStf Commission Merchant, Ifithat.
J^ARDI LARD!
25 kegs CHOICE FAM1LV LARD,
For sale by b. DENNIS,
Jandl-tf Cary, 1.-tween 15th and Ibib -tre.-is.
VIRGINIA BUCKWHEAT FLOUR.
5,000 pounds Virginia Buckwheat Flour,
In store for sale.
DANDKIDGE A ANDERSON,
Jan22df No. 105 Broad street.
TYPE FOUNDRIES.
Richmond type foundry
And
PRINTERS FURNISHING WAREHOUSE,
Richmond, Va.
Southern manufactures should be supported.
BOOK, NEWS snd JoB TYPE, from the celebrated
Bishop metal, and the latest Scotch faces.
Book, NEWS, and FANCY' INKS of all colors; wood
type, cases, .lands, leads, reglel, quotations, quoins,
metal furniture, mallets, brass rule, plainer*, brass
dashes, shooting sticks, mitering machines, in fsrt
every article requisite for a Printing ofl.ee, at Noaru
ekn Patcis. Presses, new and second-hand, furnished
to order. H. L. PBLOUZB A CO.,
sep4—tf Richmond, V*.
DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c
John j. WooDaeor. wili.iam r. woooaoor.
dlirOODROOF BROTHERS,
VV DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES.
Corner Fourth au<l Franklin street*.
Have on hand a largo and complete assortment of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, DYE
STUFFS, GARDEN SEEDS, Ac., Ac. Order, from coun
try iiltyalcian. promptly and carefully executed,
mil If
PL DUPUY’S DRUG AND PERFU.ME
• BY STORE.
Between Fourth a.vd Firm, oh Broad .trrrt.
A fine assortment of French, English, and nothing
hut the best American PERFUMERY ; TOILET WA
TEUS, Lavender (l.uhin'a), Florida Cologne, Farlnn
(long bottlesi, Magnolia; EXTRACTS, Lubin'a Vlo
lette, Upper-Ten and assorted : Soaps, Pomades, Band
oline de Pllatory Powder; DIAMOND and GULDEN'
Powder for the Hair, Teeth, Nail, Flesh and Clothe*
Brushes ; Comb*. I vory, Outta Parc ha, Buffalo, Ac, Ac.;
SACHET POWDERS, Millefleur, Vlolette. Helltrope,
Ac. ; Pungent’s Lilly White. Meen, Fun, Ac., Ac , for
•ate by P. E. DUPUY, Druggist.
Ask for I.AXDRETH’8 GARDEN SEED, full assort
ment, for sale by P. E. Dl'PUY, Druggist,
feb27f Broad, between Fourth and Fifth street.*
SAUCES, PICKLES, &c.
JUST RECEIVED, on consignment—
10 half barrels superior PICKLE8
10 half barrels superior SAUR KRAUT
2l> barrels VINEGAR
For sale at lowest market rates, by
WEJSIGER, MoNCURE A CO.,
jau)7f 78 Main street, up stair*.
O AL'CES, JELLIES, PICKLES, Be.
12do«. Worcestershire Sauce
idoi. Royal Osborn* Sauce
A dot. C. A B.’s Soho Sauce
A dot. Currant Jelly
A dot. Cupres Capuclne*
2 dot. Olives Verdales
6 dot. assorted Pickles
Preserved Ginger, Pine Apple Cheese, Ac,,
selling low. DANDR1DGE A ANDERSON.
Janl-tf
VEHICLE MANUFACTURERS.
N~OTICE, EXTRA.—Tht- concernotHITClf
COCKA OSBORN has been dissolved, I having
purchased all the interest of K. D. Hitchcock in the Car
riage business. All claims due him, individually, for
Carriage* or Carriage repairs, as also all claims due
Hitchcock A Osborn, up to December SI, 188:1, has been
daly assigned to me, and I, or my agent. Is alone au
thorized to collect the same. 1 beg leave, most re
spectfully, to say to my old friends, that tbdr claim*
are at the ofleo ’of John J. Osborn A Co., on 71b, W
tween Carr and Canal streets, where 1 should ’
pleased to have them call and settle their account
due btll or otherwise. V
Thankful for past favors, would most respectf ..
a contliinaoce of the same to onr new concerr "
"SBOHN.
COAL MERCHANT g '
^NtSGSlCITECOAL. " --~~~
Constantly on hand, Bed and WMt^ ... .
Coal, grate7 and stove sire,
Lamp for foundries, and Sr giths' Coal {L.,*®
^ 7 Opposite onr old stand.
TUST RECF ived_ — -
^ s’up^* rV?’fRi° *" 1 Wnayra COFFER
2 non p- l0‘r“nr *•“'1 *»e strtug BK<*>M8
For aaleVJDd* cho~l?oM *"d Firkin BUTTER
febldt WBI8IOBK, MUNCUHE A CO.,
^ 78 Main atreet, up stair*.
I

xml | txt