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SOUTHERN LAND AND RiNINGOmUK a* INDUSTRIAL AGENCY. ATKINSON. TEN ETCkT CO . Commimlou Mer chant*, ils Main street, Richmond. Virginia, bay and •ell on commission all description* of REAL ESTATE. Mine* of Coal, Iron, Copper, Load, Ac ; Quarries, Fur nacee. Mill* and Water Power* ; large estate* explored and sapped oat at modulate coat; no charge for regis tration. WH1TR LABOR, of every description, supplied at ■hort notice. Imported GUANOS and superior Ferti liser*. Southern Products received on Consignment General Agency South for •• Tuttle's celebrated Mori lontal Water Wheel,” the greatest isprovemeat known for economy and increase of water power*, leventor*' Agency for examining and preparing MedeU, Drawing* and specification* for United Stale* Patent ofike Gene ral Agency of Wilder’s Salamander Safe*, which »!ood the test in our great lire; Wheeler A Wilson * Sewing Machines, universally acknowledged the best for family sewing , How*’* Sewing Machine-, tbe be-1 In u»e for heavy work. _ feh'il-if y^XTKNSIVE LAND AGENCY. We have, recently, mo-« enquiries for lands in South ern Virginia. We Enve many tracts on oar lUt not ad vertised. Parcba-er* who are not suited on the adver tised list would do well to make enquiry at our olfice or by letter. We may be able to offer such land* a* they want. We charge no eommis-lous if no *ale is made in a reasonable lime. KKKERRNi'ES.—William T Sntherlin, William T. Clark, W. S. Patlon (Kaukvi, Kouldtu A Boa Min iAt torneys), Danville, Virginia. Jamee M Whittle, Hon. Georg# H. Gilmer. Hon William M Treadway. Pili*yJ vantaCourt Hou*e, Virginia. Jehu K Edmund*. Hali fax Coart Heu-e. Virginia: Wood SoaMln. « bartoiie comity. Virginia Hon William Pant*:, or Lynchburg i James Alfred Joae*. Charles B William*. A. T. Stoke. A Ve Rwhmoad. Virginia; Mellwain, Son A Co.. J>ee, k ( Yvaabie A Co . Petersburg, \ ir gioia. Kraak N Wa-Y .*. Farmvtlle. Virginia: John Wilson.Earns* W*-V -•». M i.«.. NorihCarolma . Hon. 8.1 win o K.-ea t it r .gh, North Carollua; Samuel P. Hill. Toco * *. North Carolina: Willie J. Pnlm «r. i heriTT .*.*-*> iU-» *h. North Carolina ; Bullitt A Fslrthocae- rvmJte.vhta Samuel Ayre», Son A Co., Chert*. S *», W . am L. Hilt, Clement Read, Cha*. P. Hi... >«w t /.-t. little. Brown A Co., Boston, Mass.: McC »h v *** A Co., Herbert A Hairston, Baltimore, Mary land . J*h* B Me P hall, Norfolk, Virginia; Con wsv Kohtaesw. Alexandria, Virginia. We offer the following: AUCTION 8ALE OF REAL ESTATE. Will be sold at auctiou, without reserve, 1st of May next, ou a credit of *ix, twelve and eighteen months, equal Instalments, nn Improved tract of LAN D, acres, one and a-half ini lea from Danville ; DWEL LING-HOUSE, six room* , very good out houses, fine garden, good orchard ; susceptible of division to make two farms of about 13o acre* each ; near enough for a ba.lnes* olfice in Danville; land prodacea beet manu facturing tobacco ; a deep, free, grey, *oft noil, and ad mirably suited for a dairy farm and market garden*.— The growing prospects of Danville, with probability of a railroad to Lynchburg, make ibis attractive property for invest merit. Will be sold on tbe same day, and same terms, a highly improved and beautiful LOT, within a few hun dred yards of corporate limits of Danville, on the road which is aconlinuatloa of Main street. Brick DWEL LING, two stories, four room*, two passage*, office with two room- In the yard, good kitchen, smoke-hoose and stable; all tbe boildings new ; well of fine water; ex cellent garden, with fruit; yard, with grown forest trees, ornamentally enclosed We offer for sale a valuable GOLD MINE TRACT, containing four hundred and forty acres, in the heart of the gold region of Burke and McDowell coantie-. North Carolina, eleven uiilea from railroad termination at Morgantown. When worked the mine yielded a considerable amount of gold in a short time. Price one-half cash, residue in twelve months, with discount of twelve per cent, for cash on deferred pay ment. A tract of SIX HUNDRED ACRES, about eight miles north of Pittsylvania Court House, all In original forest, heavily timbered, situated on the main road from Lynchburg to Danville, on the immediate line of the contemplated railroad from Lynchbnrg to Danville. Also, a tract of ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY THREE ACRES of thin laud, on the White Oak moun tain (thirty acres in wood’, seven miles from Danville. Also, a tract In Surry connty, North Carolina, near the Yadkin river—TWO HUNDRED AND FOURTEEN ACRES— all In wood. Also, a very desirable PRIVATE RESIDENCE.newly bnilt, with four large rooms and two passages, two storied, with nnnsually large garden site aud lot, in a very desirable part of Danville. Also, SIXTEEN SMALL LOTS, between the Plank and Connty roads, about two acres each, about one and a half miles from Danville. Sold in lots to snit pur chasers. Also, one of the very finest private residences in Danville, on Main street, joining the Farmer’s Bank. Also, a MILL SITB, at or near Milton, with 14 acres of Laud attached. The mill, before it was borut, had a splendid cnstom. Price fS.iSH). Also, a TRACT OF LAND, in Appomattox Connty, Virginia—238 acres—within two and-a-half miles of Patnplin's Depot, susceptible of highest improvement. Price $3,000. Also, a TRACT OF TWO HUNDRED AND TWENTY FIVE ACRES, in the connty of Halifax, south side of Dan river, twelve miles south of Boston Depot. Terms - $2,575 cash or $2,8t)0 on a credit of twelve mouths Bond with approved security, bearing interest from date. Also, FIVE HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-FIVE ACRES on Cain creek, three and a half miles northeast of Dan ville—all land of good body, in good condition aud little worn. Will he sold together or in two tracts, k i>ne of 205acres for $1,500 cash. The two together for r *7,000 cash, nr *5,000, one-fourth cash, residue in six twelve and eighteen months. Also, A HOUSE AND LOT IN MILTON. NORTH CARO. LINA, sitnated In the most central and business part of the town. Can be bought cheap. Also, a TRACT of two hundred acres, more or less, nine miles from Danville, on Richmond and Danville Railroad. Produces tine yellow tobacco. Terms *l,5«o cash, or *2,uoo, *l,t>0o cash, residue in one and two years. Also, 230 acres, situated in the coal region of Rock ingham county. North Carolira, one mile from the town of Madison. This land is well adapted to all the sta ple crops of that region. Price *«.oeo, one-hslf cash, residue in tweive months, with interest from date. Also, by the **tne owner, a HOUSE and LOT in Madi son, North Carolina: Lot contains » acres; a good 1.ca tion for a physician. Price *!,suo. Same terms as plantation. Also, some Jeeirabie TRACTS OF LAND in the comi ties of Charlotte and Mecklenhnrg, Virginia, and two valuable MI NLKAL TKACTS in the county of Kanawha West Virginia. 7 Any Information in regard to the above property will be promptly furnished on application to ns. , , READ A HILL, Jan28-tf _Land Agents, Danville, Va. SOU T II K K N I. A N I) AND M INING OFFICE. ATKINSON, TEN EYCK k CO„ Mam Street, skco.vd noon above Emhth, Bay and sell on commission all descriptions of Real Estate, Mixes of Coal. Lead, Copper, etc , Hparrir*. Fi rsacis, Mills and Water-Power* Large Estates explored and mapped out. No charge for Registration. General Agency of Wilder’* Salauaxdkk Rapes, which stood the test in onr great fire. Sole Agency of Cooke's “Ammoniated I’hosphatic Guano,'' Carefully manufactured from Peruvian and Navas* t, finely comminuted aud perfectly dry. It con tains eight per cent, of ammonia. Its qtiallty is guar anteed to be Uniform. It is preferred by planters to No. I Peruvian. It is highly recommended by Prof. Liebig, of Baltimore, and Kraft, of New York, to whose analyses we invite attention. VIRGINIA LANDS WANTED. apllt BANK NOTICES. 'VA)TICE.—At a meeting of the Board of it Directors «i the Bank of Virginia, on Friday, Oc tobea 13,1885, the following resolutions were adopted : Resolved, That notice be given, by publication in the newspapers, that the Bank of Virginia will redeem It* circulating notes, and pay deposits standing on 1st July, 1881, as they do now, at the rate of twenty-five cents (25) in coin, or the equivalent in currency, per dollar; or .will advance sixteen cents per dollar, in coin, or the equivalent in enrrency, te such holder* and on such deposits, the parties to receive In addition a ratable proportion of such amonnt as may be real ised 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 due them In Confederate currency be requested forthwith to with draw such balances. JAMES CASKIK. President. oct!4—tf A. F. DENNY, Acting Cashier. SEWING MACHINES. Ac. Metropolitan furnishing rooms, 179 BROAD STREET. LAMB** *!«» OlltBlM’S CLOAKS. DRESSES AND UNDER-CARMENTS Mad* to order in the MOST FASHIONABLE STYLES. TUCKING, STITCHING. EMBROIDERY, QUILTING, And every description of FAMILY SEWING, Beautifully done on tbe GROVER A BAKER SEWING MACHINE, At tbe New Offlce, 179 Broad street. K. C. STEVENS, Agent. N. B -MACHINES REPAIRED mhlS-tf : 0ROVER Jt BAKKn’S SEWING MACHINE AGENCT, 179 Broad street, between Fifth and Sixth. Machines .' REPAIRED MACHINE MLR. ail color* CLARKS , MACHINE COTTONS. Machine OIL. Machine NEEDLES Ac., Ac. R. C. STEVENS, mhlo-lf Agent. oBJJiieorri selling off: REMOVAL To NEW YORK. L. BSBBRG, corner Cary and Thirteenth street*. In tend* removing to New York, abont the 1st at April . next, and offer* hi* large stock of W hi»koy. Rum, 1 Brandy, Rhine Wine, Sherry. Gin, Port.Wine, Claret*, Champagne in original Package* ; alio a general as sortment of GROCERIES, ranch b«low mar tot pri«a», no m to cast ©f r©«hip- J ^^Parti*** haring claim© agaln«t th© Arm will pi©**© ( send them in at oM. for *-»U«-nt. ^ Cktry and Thirteenth streets, mhl3t_ __ Commercial Elosk. P. RICHARDSON, # LATE RICHARDSON A CO. with french a creeps haw, Coa.ssa or Nikth A Mai* SvBtrr*. Vr Staiba. Beits to inform hi* friend* and the pobjir, 1,hJt 'JL?*1* dhfon to the n*nai .lock of Carpeting*. 'MlClotb*. Wln dow shades, Canton and Cocoa Matting*. Print* It FuTnftnr* Cover*, be haajnat opened a large and rich assortment of PAPER HANGINGS, in every variety, which" e will be glad to exhibit, with the amyaaco that they shall be a* rmuonablea. to be band in Uu* ‘“in' connection with the above, may alway. be found _ t. w<»m land mo«t cvmpl©** a»»ortm©nt of An© *ud »© diam faruitnr© for tJrvlor. lb© CbrnnOwr, lb© Duiing Room/th* Library and the OHce. at tbe lowe.1 price*. apg-3m___ ROOFING SLATE—We have now on X-d and readvTt the qaarrie*. an abundant *np ?uvckiVQHAM <LAT*v of lb© b©©t qanUlr. It E& fhe ^a^l “Arable roof, and we will mil at moderate price*. ^ SOMERVILLE, mhl2-2tawlm Corner^ary and Ninth *»**«._ mHe KTRLI SOCI1TT OF VIRGINIA. r Tbe of*Cginitl inj Bible Society. lor tbe to place It'in A.pow.ro^b-. with tb.^maU. ^ mean* to own a Bible or Teetamens a, coe,. witboat the ^e^v^ce. 1 Boo* teller* juh3lf Governor »trfet, near Main. HEW YOKE ADVERTISEMENTS. JOHN B. FULLER, manufacturer and dealer. No. 3 Dey street, New York, He* In store sod ready for Immediate shipment, and I* manufacturing to order, PORTABLE AND STATIONARY STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, , I to JSo hone power; Circular and Upright law M11U | of the moat approved e.metrnction, of all »lM*> TOO to 1300 feet of lumber per boor; Griet Mill*, Mill Iron*. Water Wheel*, and every kiad chlnery ; Sugar Mill*, P»P«r »™1 “in,n* “»th,n*TYj Toole, Tank*, he., for Oil and Belt Works; Cotton and Woolen Machinery, he. I Vertical Planer*, P1‘n,n* M‘' *ro“ P^n*r- Gray * Wood’* Planing Ma ^ chine*. Drill Lathe*. Daniel*’ Planing Machines, . SStfSSt Moving Ijehin.^ 1 Tenoning Machine*. ! r ”rpe«p*. P*w*r “""Icing Machine., ! Lifting P«wr>. P""« M*"***"! ““bin.., , „,.on pnmp*. * Boring Machines, y vdraaiic Jack*, Blind Slat Tenoning Ma 1 litre w Jack*. chine*, shelling Pulley* and Hang- Circular Saw Bench**, Wright’* Patent Scroll Saw* 1 Rubber and Leather Belt- Patent Belt Scroll Saws, lag*. Circular Reserving Mill* Leather and Rubber Ho*#, Upright Reserving Mill* PImubing and Ga. FU-Rotary and Mining Pump* tu,g*, Every description of Ma 8: <-am and Ga* Pipe*. chlnery and Railway 8up Steam and Water Gauge*. pile*. CiiTTON GINS ! COTTON GINS! COTTON GIN8! Tavlor, Eagle, Brown, Southern, Craven, Bxeelslor a id McCarthy Cotton Gln», with engine* or horse pow er*, *ud everything required for the »ame, in store, and f. r rale at the lowest price. Your order* are respect fully solicited. . o*t23—ly J DA VEGA’S * PURCHASING BUREAU, Nos. 39 axd 40 Paxk Row. All kinds of MERCHANDISE PURCHASED. Experienced and competent buyer* engaged. Order* tiled promptly and firithfully at the lowest prices, and purchases made only from flrct-claa* and reliable hours*. Orders will be Slled, PAYABLE ON DELIVERY, when a suillcient sum l* remitted to cover Freight and Com mission*. Commission* ou rums not exceeding 8100, FIVE per *”“*• . Ci mmU.lon* on lain* exceeding $100, TWO AND A U VI.F per cent. Address ISAAC DA VEGA, uov30—tf P. O. Box 170#, New York. j^AFES.SAFES. KRENKEL A AXTMANN, Manafiwturer* of Ksexesl’s Improved Ftax axd Bprulab-Pboop SALAMANDER SAFES. TI1S BUST KAUAOLb iU'n No. 198 Bboomb 8t., bbtwbb.v Norfolk akd Suffolk, NEW TURK. •rT Orders solicited._ nov30-ly I AMES WILDE, Jr., & CO., fj Mannfactnrere and Jobbers of CLOTHING, A'. AMD 67 Wait* STBABT, First door West of Broadway, NEW YORK. Jambs Wildb, Jb. Johs 8. Wildh. Job. Wildb. _[ap!6— tf]_ ^ PARSON S, MA9TFACTOABB HADFIELD'S UNION FIREW0RK8, IMPORT BA CHINE8B FIRE-CRACKERS, ROCKETS, ETC., MAxrrAcTrasa LANTERNS, FLAG8, ETC. Also, a largo assortmoat of his own Importation of TOYS AND FANCY GOODS. M*TNo. 24 John street, near Broadway, NEW YORK. oetlS—ly_ RICE & LONG, CAR BUILDERS, TRENTON, It. J. 1S2 Broadwat, Naw Toss, 1940 Bkacb Stbbbt, Philadelphia, Pa., Are prepared to execute with despatch order* for all descriptions of PASSENGER and FREIGHT CARS. Especial attention is invited to their PATENT STEAM PASSENGER CARS, now running so successfully and economically on many Northern aud Western roads. < 192 BROADWAY. New York. office*.. BKACU street, Philadelphia. Refer to Gao. W. Gates, Ei*j., Portsmonth, Vs. nov4—ly*__ rp H E NEWS. DAILY, SEMI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY I THE NEW YORK WEEKLY AND SEMI WEEKLY NEWS. GREAT FAMILY NEWSPAPERS! BENJAMIN WOOD Editor and Proprietor. Journals of politics, literature, fashions, market and financial reports, interesting mis cellany, and news from all parts of the world. Im provements Introduced. Immense circulations deter mined on. The largest, best and cheapest papers pub lished in New York. NEW YORK WEEKLY NEWS, published every Wednesday—singlecopiesScents; one copy, one year, $3 ; three copies, one year, 86 So; five copies, one year, 8S 75; ten copies, one year, 817, and an extra copv to any club of ten ; twenty copies, one year, 830- The Weekly News is sent to clergymen at 8! 60. SEMI WEEKLY NEWS, published every Tues day and Friday—single copies, one year, 84 ; three co pies, one year, 81o ; five copies, one year, 815; ten co pies, one year, 830, and an extra copy to any club of leu; twenty copies, one year, 8M; to clergymen, 83. NK.W YORK DAILY NEWS—to mail subscribers, 810 perannum; six months, 86. For sale by all newsdeal ers. Specimen copies of Dally and Weekly News seat fr-e. Address BKNJ WOOD, Daily News Building, No. 19 (dty Hall Square, New York City. sepSO—tf I ) A^j IF 10 HOTEL, 170, 172, 174 and 176 Greenwich street, One square west of Breadway, Between Courtland and Dey streets, NEW YORK. JOHN PATTEN, JR.PROPRIETOR. The PACIFIC HOTEL is well and widely known to he travelling public. The location is especially snita bIto merchants and business men. It Is in close prox imity to the business part of thecity; is on the highway of southern and Western travel, and adjacent to all the principal railroad agd steamboat depots. The Pacific has liberal accommodations for over three hundred guests; it is well furnished, and possesses »v,-ry modern improvement for the comfort and enter tainment of its inmates. The rooms are spacious and well ventilated ; provided with gas and water ; the at ;eudance is prompt and respectful, and the table is gen *r "isly provided with every delicacy of the season. The subscriber, who, for the past few years, has been he lessee, is now sole proprietor, and intends to lden ifv himself thoroughly with the Interests of his house. With long experience as a hotel-keeper, he trnati, by Moderate charges and n liberal policy, to maintain the ’avorable reputation of the Pacific Hotel. To prevent overcharge by hackmen, the coaches of he hotel are owned by the proprietor. ►epSS—ly __ JOHN PATTEN, Jb. DURYEA’S MAIZENA, Was the only "prep iration for food from Indian Corn’’ that received a nodal and honorable mention from the Roynl Commis lioners, at the great International Exhibition, London, 18*12, the competition of all prominent mannfsetn .1 o.ei.'' ...i i’— »i .i „> hi - and other countries notwithstanding. MA1ZENA. he food and luxury of the age, withont a single fanlt. 'ii.• trial will convince the most skeptical. Makes i'll Mings, Cakes, Custards, Blanc Mange, Ac., without sing!a-**, with few or no eggs, at a cost astonishing to h>- most economical. A slight addition to ordinary rlieat floor greatly Improves bread and cake. It is il-o excellent for thickening sweet sauces, gravies for ia'i and meat, soaps, Ac. For ice cream nothing can lompare with it. A little boiled In milk will prodace ■ich cream for coffee, chocolate! tea, Ac. 1’nt ap In one ponnd packages, under the trade mark fleiiena, with directions for use. A most delictoa* article of food for children and in ra'ids of all agee. For sale by Grocer* and Druggists ivrywhere. Whelesals Depot, 186 Fulton street, New York. WILLIAM DURYBA, J-S6—ly General Agent. DERRICKSON A BARTLETT, WgObMAI.1 PAPBR AND RAG DBALERS, fo 36 Beckman street......New York. Printing. Writing, Wrapping A Colored Paper*, Straw n.l Binder*' Boards, Tarred Rooting Paper. Paper Manu wurer*’ Supplies, and all kind* or Paper Mill Machine y. Paper of even description made to order. Rage tken tn exchange for paper. Orders by mall promptly H aded to. _ocUt—ly \JOLEN A STEERS, Ll FlFTT-TlIAO STKKXT ASD SlCO.VD Avl.Vf*, NEW YORK, Fholetale and retail Dealer* in all kinds of LUMBER, Manufacturers of MOULDINGS, BASH. DOORS, BLINDS, and BOX SHOOKS 'anting In all It* branch**. Books containing Patterns of Mouldings ssnt oa application. decSl -ly_ Vf ANHOOD AND THE VIGOR OF YOUTH „T A restored In four weeks by DR. RICORD'S Essence f Life. This wonderful agent will restore manhood to he moot shattered constitutions, whether arising from xceeses, sole abuse, the effects of climate, or natural an«e*. Time required to cur* the most inveterate cases * four weeks. Failure le impossible. Dr. Ricord's Ke ene* of Life is sold in cases with full instructions for l*e. at g3, or four quantities In on* for $9, and will be >ent to any part, carefully packed, on receipt of remit ai.c* to hta accredited agent, PHILIP ROLAND, 34 Libert* street. New York. _novJ‘.-8m T'HK inventors *■ AND MANUFACTURES OF STANDARD SCALES npvrtt&ce tQ Ukrge number of ^KSMir wo p ri«|ha?dT4ri^”tSmV^^e" *7 selentlflc, me<,ba nc. far more *ignlflcan^\“^n?j.‘il*“ £® Jor**ment of practical busln**, ‘J®* •*|1,factorF ®n' E&S af:d!ra,i^^^r-^gth‘'Vn”re well-known aad universally approve* m*n<1 for tk®*® STANDARD SCALES. Bvsry effort will be used to meet ih of our friends, consistent with a retention of th T*®1* perlor qualities and perfect protection of their wide reputation for ACCURACY DURABILITY V , CONVENIENCE. T *“d Warranted,as usual. FAIRBANKS A CO., noT4--6m __M2 Breadway. New York. HENKEL * AITMANN', Mi.vrncrrrsxxs ep IRON BEDSTEADS, lat Stands, Cribs, Hall and Garden Chairs, Settea*, Star* and Plano Stools, Umbrella Stands, and Iron Railing, Fo. 196 Buooax Sr., ■itwiix No stole a.vd Scrrotg, , NEW YORK. •V Orders solicited. nov30-lSn» H3W YORK ADVERTISEMENTS 'ItYTtCHES, jewelry, DIAMONDS, W MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, 81LYBR WARE, BRONZES, Ac., WORTH OYEK ONE MILLLION DOLLARS! All to be sold et FITS DOLLARS EACH, without re gard to value, and not to be paid lor^untU 70a know what 70a are to receive. 1,733 Gold and Silver Watche* were dletribated among the patrons of Parkinson A Company dering the month of January, ISM. Head comments by the Press, speaking of the firm in the most complimentary man ner: “ A most lndnstriou and prosperous hone*. — Shippenaburg (Pa.) Sentinel. “ Give all who d«ml with them perfect saUsfhctlon.”—Dunkirk (K. Y.) /ownsal. •• Enjoy a high reputation for honorable dealing and the quillty Jf their goods."-New Palti(N. Y.) 1W “ Perfectly reliable and will do all they promise Nvack (N Y.) City and County. “ Stand high for hon es* and falVd?altng.”-FUhkill <*. Y ) Journal “ Honorable and fair-dealing men. — Stapleton (N. Y.) Journal. “On* of the oldest and most reliable firm, in business.Canajoharle (N. Y.) Radii. “Keep their word and act honorably by their patrons.”— Lyons (N. Y.) Press. 1 800 Solid Gold Hunting Watches.8300 to 730 800 Magic-cased Gold Watches. 280 600 800 Ladies’ Enameled Watches. 100 SOO 800 Diamond Cluster Ladies' Set*.SoO 700 1,000 Diamond Solitaire Rings. 76 280 1,000 Usavy Silver Hunting Watches. 76 160 1,000 Open-face 8ilver Watches. 20 76 1,000 Stiver and Mahogany Musical Boxes.. 100 SOO 1.000 Silver Dining Sets. 75 330 1.600 Silver TeaSeta, complete. 5o 200 2.000 Silver Urn* and Salvers. 75 23o 2,000 Seven-chamber Revolvers. 73 300 2,800 Patent single-barrel Pistols. 25 75 2.000 Richly framed Oil Paintings. 75 350 2.300 Elegant pearl Opera Glasses. 25 75 | 3.000 Mammoth Photograph Album*. 15 30 3,000 Cluster Diamond Kings. 25 100 3.000 Ladles’ Oval Bracelets. 15 50 3,5oo Gold Chains, of different designs. 25 800 3.300 Gold Thimbles, chased. 5 30 10,000 Signet and Plain Gold Kings. 6 73 10,000 Gentlemen's Scarf Pins. 6 60 12,800 Brooches and Ear Drops. 6 35 12,500 Gold Lockets, double glass. 5 35 10,000 Gold Pens and Gold Holders. 10 76 10,000 Sets Studs and Sleeve Buttons. 5 23 6.000 Sliver Goblets and Drinking Cups. 6 60 6.000 Sets Tea,Table and Dessert Spoons.... 10 25 5.000 Sets Tea, Table and Dessert Forks. 10 23 6.000 Sets Tea, Table and Dessert Knives.... 10 23 2.600 Revolving Silver Castors. 23 73 2.300 Silver Cake and Fruit Baskets. 23 76 12,500 Wine Holders and other articles. 6 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 certificate upon a pay ment of *5, whethor It be a beantlfnl Watch, or a Musi cal Box worth #5«h>, cr Plain Gold Ring, worth |5. The retnrn of any of our certificates entitle* you to the ar ticle named'tliereon, upon payment. Irrespective of its worth, and as no article valued less than 85 is named on any certificate, it will at once be seen thai this Is NO LOTTERY, but a straight-forward, legitimate transaction, which may be participated in even by the most fastidlons. gig Any one wishing to invest in the above enter prise can" receive a sample package of a half-doien cer tificates, naming some of the above article*, by sending a stamped envelope bearing their address. Certificates not to be paid for unless fatly satisfactory. We do this that all may be convinced 0/our sincerity and the genu ineness of our sale. Cation or address, PARKINSON A CO., feb»»-3m 208 Broadway, New York._ -ttowes a macy, (Formerly Offlcets of the Park Bank,) BANKERS, No. so WALL STREBT, NEW YORK. FOUR PER CERT. INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. Persons opening acconnte may deposit and draw as they please, the same as with the city banks, and will be allowed interest on their dally balance at four per cent. tf Collections made upon any part of the United 8tates or Canada. Orders tor the purchase or sale of the various Issues of Government and other Stocks, Bonds and Gold promptly executed for the usual commission. au24—tf__ $500,000. “rITALl ,M0'“01 THE METROPOLITAN COLLAR COMPANY, NEW YORK. SUPERIOR LINENPAPER COLLARS, Manufactured by D. M. Smyth’s Patent. We manufacture the Extra BYRON COLLAR Double Extra BYRON COLLAR Printed BYRON COLLAR Extra Corrugated BYRON COLLAR Fancy Corrugated BYRON COLLAR Silver Corrugated BYRON COLLAR French Enameled BYRON COLLAR Extra OARROTE COLLAR Extra Corrugated OARROTE COLLAR Silver Corrugated OARROTE COLLAR And all from the best quality of material to be found In the country. HirWe claim it to be the best and cheapest Collar In Works, 165 Washington street, NEW YORK, febl 5-3m_____ ^PECIAL NOTICE TO THE LADIES. Ladle* desiring a clear and beautiful complexion should u*e the genuine GEORGE W. LAIRD’S BLOOM OF YOUTH! This delightful Toilet Article has no equal for PRE SERVING and BBAUTIFYINO the COMPLEXION and SKIN, and will REMOVE TAN, FRECKLES, and all other D1SBASES OF THE SKIN. Sold by Druggists everywhere. Depot—74 Fulton street, New York._Jan:w-6m a. H. BRISKER. C. K. SKINKER. *. H. PRSDLBTOK. EU. SKINKER a CO., (Late op Richmond, Ya.,) GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 63 FRONT STREET, NEW YORK, Offer their services for the PURCHASE OF MERCHAN DISE ON ORDER, and for the SALE OF COTTON, FLOUR, GRAIN, itc._fel>8-3m ||ENKY & JOHN PARET, Jr., 65 CHAMBERS STREET, NEW YORK, Manufacturers and Jobbers of CLOTHING. A LARGE STOCK ADAPTED TO SOUTHERN TRADE. Janl3-6m ____ Dickerson, reed a co., Importers of and Dealsrs la TIN PLATE, SHEET IRON, COPPER, WIRE, ZINC, And all other articles for Tinners’ nse, . 29 akd SI Cuff street, corker of Fci-tok, NEW YORK. tepl2—ly __ BROWN’S STANDARD SCALES, Used by the UNITED STATES and FOREIGN GOVERNMENTS Adapted to any branch of Business for Foreign or Home Market*. Warranted accurate and durable. Sales Booms No. 3 Barclay street, near Broadway, New York. seplti—ly K. BROWN, Manufacturer. '^yASHINGTON IRON WORKS. FIRST PREMIUM STEAM SAW MILLS. The trat priie, the Gold Midal, was awarded to the Washington iron works, by the American Institute, at their Fair, in October, 1865, for the beat CIRCULAR SAW MILL AID STEAM ENGINE. MTOrder* for these, Gang 8aw Mills, Sngar Mills, General Machinery, Iron and Brass Castings, Forgings, Railroad Cara, Ac., Ac., promptly tilled. Address GEO. M. CLAPP, Treasurer, Newburgh, N. Y., or L. C. WARD, Agent, 5A Liberty street (Room No. 8), N. Y. BECKHAM A CO., Cary street, between 11th and 12th, Richmond, Va , Agents. dec9-ly AIO. D. POWLI. WI. I. HOT. IDOI IICB. poWLE & CO., (Formerly of Alexandria, Ya.,) COMMISSION MERCHANTS, IMPOSTlaa OP RAILROAD IRON AND DEALERS IN RAILROAD SUPPLIES. OCce Ne. 70 Broadway, NEW YORK. _[octl4-6m]_ pODD & RAFFERTY, ENGINEERS AND FOUNDERS, OFFICE AND WORKS, PATBRSON, NBW JERSEY, WAREHOUSE, NO. 4, DEY ST., NEW YORK, Mannfsctnrers of Stationary and Portable Steam Engines and Boiler* : Flax, Hemp, Tow, Oakum, and Rope Ma chinery ; Shafting, Mill Gearing, Iron and Brass Cast ings of all kinds ; Lathes, Planing Machines, Drills; Shaping, Slotting and Bering Machines ; Gear Cotters, Centeilng, Milling and Boll Catting Machines ; Chocks of all kinds, Leather and Rubber Belting, Lace Leather, Be it Hooks, and general supplies for railroad and other tanchine shops. Jndson A Snow’s Patent Governors; Saw Mill*. Cotton Gins, Presses, Ac.,constantly on hand. TODD A RAFFERTY, feblS-ly No. 4 Dey street, New York, Brikn a carkere. COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NBW YORK. Cone.gnments of any description of PRODUCE, or oiilers for the purchase of same, or any bnslneis ap pertaining to a General Commission House, as also con signments or ordirs to our Mends abroad, where we hare extensive connections, are solicited. Particulars of all market# will be given upon Inqul I ry and advances made npon business entrusted to ns or'our friend. CARKERE A CO. Commission Merchant*, mh7-6m _ _ Orleans. JOBE’S"INFALLIBLE ITCH OINTMENT, a sc«« rru po* th* ITCH, BALT RHEUM, and all SKIN DISBA8B8, P ROSTED FEET. Ac., Ac. MORGAN, LORD k CO., Wholesale Druggists, 46 Dey street. New York, Wholesale Agents for the United State* and Canadas. •4T FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. _A* aplo-lm NEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS. QARHAKtTwtTiTFORD & CO., IIANUPACTURBRS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IX READ T-M ADE CLOTHING, Amkkicax Expbebs Bpildinu, Not. 66, 67, 69 and 61 Hudfton street, near Duane, NEW YORK. T. r. C ARH ART, I HENRY SHAPES, JV. H. WUITPORD, | J. B. VAN WAOEXEX, A. T. HAMILTOX. Office of Pajan It Carhart In liquidation. Jan23-eod6m WARDS Paper Collars AND CUFFS FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, Valentine & Franklin, Wholesale •Igenls, For RICHMOND, Va. Ladles’ Victoria Turn- Ladies’ EmpressTum over Paper Collar. over Paper Collar. Ladies’ English Stand- Ladies' American > ing Paper Collar. Standing Paper Collar Ladies French Paper Ladies’ English Paper Cuffs. Cuffs. Cent’s Piccadilly Paper Cent’s. Shakespeare Collar. Paper Collar. Cent*. Reversible ~ Cents. English Paper Paper Cuffs. Cuffs. MANUFACTURED BY S. W. H. WARD, New York. rah23-eo3m ^^"Tmportant to FEMALES I f DR. CHEESEMAN’S PILLS. The combination of Ingredients in these Pills is the result of a long and oxtenslve practice. They are mild In their operation, and cannot do harm to the most del icate; certain in correcting all irregnlarities, Painfnl Menstruations, removing all obstructions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache, pain In the side, palpita tion of the heart, whites, all nervous affections, hyste rics, fatigue, pain in the back and limbs, &c., disturbed sleep, which arise from interruption of nature. DR. CHEESEMAN’S PILLS was the commencement of a new era in the treatment of ifregularities ami obstructions which have consigned so many to a premature grave. No female can enjoy good health unless she is regular, and whenever an obstruction takes place the general health begins to de cline. These Pills form the finest preparation ever put forward with immkdiatk and prrsistknt succKsa.— DON’T BE DECEIVED. Take this advertisement to your Druggist, and tell him that you want the best and most reliable Female Medicine iu the world, which is comprised in these Pills. v DR. CHEBSEMAN'S PILLS have been a standard remedy for over thirty years, and are the most effectual one ever known for all com plaints peculiar to Females. To all classes they are in valuable, inducing, WITH certaixtv, periodical regu larity. They are known to thousands, who have used them at different periods, throughout the country, having the sanction of some of tl.e most eminent Physicians iu America. Explicit directions, staling when they should not he used, with each box. The price One Dollar per box, or six boxes for ijcfi, containing from 80 to 00 Piils. Pills sent by mail, promptly, secure from i observation, by remitting to the proprietors.— / Sold by Druggists generally. J HDTCHINOS Jt H1LLYER, Proprietors, ^ 2S Doy street, New York. *ff'Sold iu Richmond by R. W. POWERS. [dec*—eodtJm] No. 148 Fulton strbkt, NEW YORK. ALL ORDERS PUNCTUALLY ATTENDED TO. feb22—eodfim rPHE FARMER, X. A MONTHLY JOURNAL. DBVOTKD to AGRICULTURE, HORTICULTURE, THE ME CHANIC ARTS AND HOUSEHOLD ECONOMY. PUBLISHED AT RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, BT ELLIOTT & SHIELDS. SUBSCRIPTION.—The terms of subscription have been made so low and reasonable as to place it within the reach of all who may desire it—and in view of the great interests to be served by an extensive circulation, we confidently expect the hearty co-operation of many In those sections of the country not now supplied with a gooo Agni'uunrui .louriiai. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.—Fora single copy, one year, $3 00. CLUB RATES.—Five copies one year for $13 00; ten copies one year for $25 oo ; fifteen copies one year for >37 uO; twenty copies one vear for $43; twenty-five copies one year for $'.0, and larger clubs in the same proportion. To secure the advantages of these liberal terms, the clubs must be complete at the time of subscription and the money accompany the order. It is noi required that all the subscribers to a club ihall receive The Farmer at one office. If necessary, It will he mailed under the 'club arrangement to as many different offices as there are subscribers to the club. ELUOTT A SHIELDS, mh29-dActf Richmond, Virginia. “W IT AND HUMOR;” OR, ODDS AND ENDS, Being selections from the writings of Arlemns Ward, Figaro, Mrs. Partington, Petroleum vs. Nasby, McArone, Josh Billings, Pomeroy Brick, Mark Twain, OrpheUsC. Kerr, the Disbanded Volunteer, and a host of other squally popular Humorists. This unique volume will also contain the celebrated “CONDENSED NOVELS." BY “BRET," OF THE CALIFORNIAN. COMIC ROMANCES. By various Humorists, and a MELANGE Of Jokes, Jests, Squibs, Darkey Wit, Conundrums, Humorous Stories, etc., Original and selected. In one thick volume. Price, in cloth, >150; in paper ONE DOLLAR. Mailed to any address, on receipt of price, by J. R. SUTHERLAND A COMPANY, Publishers, Philadelphia, mh27-dlwAclaw2w Pennsylvania. p ROCERIES, GROCERIES ! VT 60 bags Coffee 75 barrels Refined Sugars 25 hhds.. prime Porto Rico 25 barrels Syrup 100 boxes Candles lo barrels Marshall's "Strips" * “ “ Hams 100 sacks Liverpool Salt 5oO barrels Flour, Family, Extra and Super fine. apllt _A. Y. STOKES A CO. REMOVAL. C08BY, PUGH A CO., TOBACCO AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS AND FORWARDING AGENTS, , Have removed to Thirteenth street, between Main and Cary, and wHl give their undivided attention to the sale of MAsrrAcrcRKD a.vd Leae Tobacco, Wheat, Flour, Corn, and every variety of country produce, and respectfully solicit the patronage of Iholr friends and the public.__»PUt_. T) ARE Clf^MlcX[7s~Cafl'einf, At’ropiue, X\i Dlgatallne.Conine, Aconitine,Cubebine, Bebevine, Santontne, French Pepsin, Ergotln, Piperine, Cincho nine, Salicine, Ac., Ac. For sale by A. BODEKKK A BROTHER, mh24f Druggists, Main et., near Old Market. HEW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS. JJOAH WHEATON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer In DOORS, SASHES, BLINDS, WOOD MOULDINGS, AND BUILDING MATERIALS, Nos. 2«8 and 270 Canal Street, Near Broadway, NEW YORK. A large assortment of radons styles constantly on hand and made to order. Particular attention paid to shipping orders. apl0-8m_ Artificial eyes^artificial hu man EYES made to order and Inserted by Drs. P. BAUCH and P. GOUGELMaNN (formerly employed by Roissonneau, of Paris), 699 Broadway, New York. _ _ _ ap9-ly _ CHEAPEST STORE IN NEW YORK to nry CHINA, GLASS, STONE-WARE, CUTI.ERT, SILVER PLATED WARE, Ac. Always on hand that popular, new and beanllfal white stone Parisian Dinner, Tea and Toilet Sets, hand some as China, same color and shape, and half the price. Call and see, if you don’t purchase. Goods sent all over the world. HADLEY’S, apl0-eod3w Cooper Institute, middle of the block. pUMPS 1 PUMPS ! PUMPS ! STEAM, FORCE, SUCTION AND LIFTING PUMPS OF F.TERT DESCRIPTION; STEAM AND GAS PIPES, PIPE AND STEAM FITTINGS, AND RVRRT DESCRIPTION OF PLUMBERS’, GAS AND STEAM FITTERS’ GOODS, FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST RATES, RT JOHN B. FULLER No. 8 Det Strert, nov4—eodly NEW YORK. gllOW CASE MANUFACTORY OF ft E I L & SUM, No. 163 Chatham Street, NEW YORK. Orders for all kinds of SHOW-CASES solicited. feb28-eod3m If ANGLES. ItJL FOR SMOOTHING CLOTHES, Suitable for Hotels, Laundrys and Families, At prices from ♦jgo to ♦160. They may be used with steam power. DUNCAN A SHARP, 70 Frankfort street, fel>22--eod3m New York._ I^TEPHEN LANE, Ja., ALE-PUMP MANUFACTURER, AND DFAI.BR IX PLUMBING MATERIALS, No. 206 Caxal Street, oxh door f«ox Met.berry St., NEW YORK. apll-eod.tm AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSES. CORN PLANTERS, HARROW'S, SiC.—We are making an improved pattern CORN PLANTER, to which we call the especUl attention of farmers, it being one of the most Important of labor-saving imple ments. A boy with one horse plants as much ground in a day as the same force could mark out for planting in the old way. We sell, also, Routt's and Sinclair's improved PLANTERS, at manufacturers’ prices. A full stock of Planters’ Hoes, Corn Plows, one and two-horse Harrows, Ac., Ac., now instore. We are now receiving orders for McCormick's Self-Raking Reapers and Mowers, Kirby's combined Reaper and Mower, the eelobrated •• Union Mower,” Cayuga Chief Reaper amt Mower, Pitt’s Threshers, Separators and Cleaners, Smith's Horse Powers and Threshing Drums, Montgomery's Rockaway Wheat Fans, Bickford A Huffman's Grain and Guano Drill, Seymour's Piaster, Lime and Guano Spreader, at manufacturers’ prices and terms, and every machine warranted. Farmers wilt do well to order early to avoid disappointment. H. M. SMITH A CO., mh2ot 14 Main street. LANDRETH’S WARRANTED GARDEN SEEDS, (CROP OF 1S66), Just received and for sale. We keep constantly on hand FARM GRIST MILLS, WHEELED HAY RAKES CORN SUELLERS, PLOUGHS PLOUGH CASTINGS, CULTIVATORS CORN PLANTERS, WHEAT FANS CUTTING BOXES, UNION WASHING MACHINES WATER DRAWERS, SPADES, SHOVELS HAY FORKS, CLOTHES WRINGERS, AXES And all kinds of Agricultural Implements. We also sell PORTABLE STEAM ENGINES and SAW MILLS, and BATES’ HOISTING MACHINES Sole agents for the State of Virginia tor the sale of RUSSELL’S COMBINED MOWER and REAPER BUCKEYE COMBINED MOWER ami REAPER /KTNA COMBINED MOWER and REAPER BUCKEYE WHEELED CORN PLOUGH Also, MONITOR MOWER and REAPER. BECKHAM A CO., feh2-tff Cary, between lltli and Pith streets. ~VT 0 T i 0 E X N to the FARMERS AND PLANTERS OF VIRGINIA. The undersigned ask the attention of the Farmers and Planters of Virginia to their slock of FARMING IMPLEMENTS, Ac., for the Spring Trade. We name, in part: PLOWS and CASTINGS, of all the approved sizes and patterns, CORN and TOBACCO CULTIVATORS, Corn SIIELLERS and CUTTING BOXES, WASHING MA CHINKS, CHURNS, WELL CURBS, SHOVELS, SPADES, HOES, FORKS, HAMKS, TRACE CHAINS, Ac. These in want can rely upon getting a good article and their orders promptly attended to. ALLISON A ADDISON, febttt Fifteenth street, Richmond. Agricultural w a reii ouse— ESTABLISHED IN 1S4U —The subscribers still continue their business at the <dd stiMid on Franklin street, between Wall street and the Ballard House, and will he glad to see their old customers and the public generally. In addition lo the stock of PLOWS of our own patterns, we make Rick’s Iron Beam Plows, for one, two, three and four horses, known as F. 1). D. ; Washington, Old Dominion and Pioneer Plows ; Plow Castings for nearly all the Plows in use. And keep for salo Garden Seeds, Timothy, Herds and Orchards Grass Seed* ; Baltimore Company Poudrette ; Baltimore Company super Phosphate of Lime, Ac., Ac., Ac. GEORGE WATT A CO. an29--tf I?RES11~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. For sale by Jan23-t GEORGE WATT A CO. HARDWARE, CUTLERY, &c. Wholesale'hardware';house, ' GOVERNOR ST., RICHMOND, VA. We are now receiving direct from the manufacturers in England, Germany and the United States, our SPRING STOCK, consisting, 111 part, ol 2dOO doz. pen and pocket Knives 1000 gross cocoa, bone, buck and Ivory handle Table Cutlery 500(1 pair trace, stage and halter Chains 7Jo dor. Elwell’s, Peck’s A Powell’s weeding Hoes 2J0O dot. pad, chest, till, cupboard, stock and knob Locks 2J0 dox. grass ami grain Scythes 250 dor. scythe Snaths and grain Cradles 750 dor. spades. Shovels, Forks, Rakes 1000 kegs Nails, assorted 100 kegs Horse Shoes 100 dor. Collins A Co's, Mann A Stewart’s Axes 40 tons Pots, Ovens, Spiders and Lids Carpenters’, Blacksmiths’, Saddlers' and Tanners’ Tools Builders’ and Housekeepers’ Hardware in great variety Machine Belting, Fairbanks’ Standard Scales Hoe's Circular Saws, Manilla Rope, Ac.. Ac. To which we call the attention of the merchants of Virginia, North Carolina and Tennessee, feeling confi dent that our stock is equal to aoy in the country and our prices as low as any regular house. W. s. donnan, > W. S. DONNAN A CO. JOHN ASUER. $ 111 list _ MACHINISTS’ AND SAW MILL SUPPLIES, COACH MATERIALS, Ac. Circular Saws, Gum and Hemp Packing, Machine Belting, Steam Gauges, 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, Bolls, Bands, Enameled Cloths, Leather, Oil Cloth, Laces, Fringes, Ac., And a general stock of Foreign and Domestic Hardware, Cutlery, Mechanics’ Tools, Ac., To which I respectfully invite the attention of city and country trade. (ForMr/*& jan23-tf Main, near 15th st. SCALES. Agency and depot for-tTie^sale OF FAIRBANKS A CO.’S STANDARD SCALES. We are sole agents In the’ city of Richmond for the sale of Fairbank’s A Co.’s celebrated STANDARD, PLATFORM, WAREHOUSE and COUNTER SCALES, and keep constantly on hand a large and complete as ■ ortment of all the leading sires and styles, which w« offer at manufacturer's prices. W. 8. DONNAN A CO., Governor street, oetSO-tf Richmond, Va. COOKE’§COMPOUND SYRUP of BUCHU and Pareira Brava, just received. J. BLAIR, mh20t 107 Broad street. BOSTON ADVERTISEMENTS. FAMILY DYE COLORS. PATENTED OCTOBER 13.1S«3. Black, Dark Green, Black for 811k, Light Green, Dark Blue, Magenta, Light Bine, Malie, French Bine, Maroon, Claret Brown, Orange, Dark Brown, Pink, Light Brown, Purple, Snuff Brown, Royal Purple, Cherry, Salmon, Crimson, Scarlet, Dark Drab, Slate, Light Drab, 8olfertno, .Fawn Drab, Violet, Light Fawn Drab, Tellow, For Dying Silk, Woolen and Mixed Good*, Shawls, Scarfs, Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves, Bonnets, Hats, Feathers, Children's Cloth ing, and all kinds of Wearing Apparel. HT A saving of eighty per cent. For 23 cent* yon can color as many good* as would otherwise cost five times that snm. Various shades can be produced from the same dye. The process la aimple, and any one can use the Dye with perfect suc cess. Directions In English French and German, inside of each package. HOWE A STEVENS, 26i> Broadway, Boston. For sale by Droggists and dealers generally. oct9—6m _ EMS OF SACKED SONG.—A NEW VOLUME OF THE CHOICEST PIECES OF THE BEsT COMPOSBKS, with Piano Accompaniments: a beautlfni collection of popular music, uniform with the previous volnmes of the “ Home Circle Series," now consisting of seven volumes, the whole forming the most complete and valuable library of Piano Music published, to which will soon be added ‘‘GEMS OF SCOTTISH SONG," now in press. Price of each, plain, ♦2 30 ; cloth, $3 ; cloth, full gilt, W. OL1VBK DITSON A CO., mhl7-tf 277 Washington St., Boston. WASHINGTON ADVERTISEMENTS. JOHN R. ELVANS & CO., Dealers in HARDWARE AND METALS, No. 309 Pennsylvania avenue, between Ninth and Tenth streets, WASHINGTON, D. C. L. H. HOPKINS. 1. K. ELVANS. C. B. PEARSON. ja n26-3m__ WASHINGTON MEDICAL INSTITUTE, WASHINGTON, D. C. Established as a refuge from quackery and Imposition, by E. T. LEON, M. D. Dr. Leon guarantees scientific treatment and a radical cure of all acute or chronic diseases, especially those arising from self-abuse. The lengthy practice which the Doctor has had In the treatment of those complaints has made him thorough 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 In their cure. ORGANIC WEAKNESS Immediately cured, and full vigor restored. The Doctor has made wonderful discoveries Id treat ing, and miraculous CUKES of diseases of the Lungs, Heart, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder. Weakness of the Back, Strictures, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Heart, Imnotencv. Involuntarv Discharges, Nervonsness, Lan gour, Low Spirits, Timidity, Trembling, Contusion 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 a loathsome practice indulged in when alone, a habit frequently learned from evil companions, or at school, the effects of which will totally 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 the only one who will warrant a CERTAIN CURE. Dr. Leon would caution all who may be suffering, to be 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 astrav the unfortunate, instead of bringing them again into the social paths of society. No CbAroes Madb i* Cas* of Faiiurb. 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. Jy24—ly 'JJ’NITED STATES HOTEL, PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, (Near the Capitol,) WASHINGTON, D. C. M. H. BEAN A CO., Proprietors sep30--eodtf T^ALL, STEPHENS & CO., 322 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, (Between 9th and loth sts.) WASHINGTON, D. C. Dealers in Gentlemen’s and Boys' Ready Made CLOTH ING and FURNISHING GOODS, of fine qualities. Also, TRUNKS, VALISES, CARPET BAGS, Ac., Ac. Jnly24--eod9m ____ V*r ILL ARD’S HOTEL, WASHINGTON. D. C., SYKES, CHADWICK & Co., Proprietors, (Late of Girard House, Philadelphia.) [ap20-eodl.v] _ JgBBITT HOUSE, Corner Fourteenth and F Streets, WASHINGTON, D. C. C. C. WILLARD, (For maDy years Proprietor of Hygola Hotel, Old Point Comfort, Va.,) »ov21-eod7m Proprietor. DRUGS, MEDICINES, &c JOHN j. woodroof. WILLIAM P. WoODROOP WOODKOOF BROTHERS, DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES, Corner Fourth and Franklin streets, Havo on hand a large and complete assortment of DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PATENT MEDICINES, DYE STUFFS, GARDEN SEEDS, Ac., Ac. Orders from coun try physicians promptly and carefully executed, mbit _ __ TDLUNT .V MOSELEY, DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES, 9t> MAIN STREET, (Near Fourteenth, next to “Times" Building,) Havo just opened with an entire new stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffs, Per fumery, Fancy Articles, Soaps, Pomades, Combs, Tooth Brushes, Hair Brushes, Surgeons’ Instruments, Trusses, Supporters, Ac. Also tine quality Cigars and Chewing Tobacco, and all such articles as are usually found in a first-class Drug Store. Physicians’ Prescriptions carefully compounded at all hours. . JESSE CHILD, with Blunt A Moseley, solicits a call from his friends and the public generally. nov2s-tf -JOHN W. KISON, ■J (Successor to Joseph Laid ley,) APOTHECARY AND DRUGGIST, Corner Main and Third sts., Invites special attention lo bis 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. VfT Orders from Country Merchants and Physicians will receive prompt attention.___f*b-t LIQUOR OP1I COMPOSITUS an aqueous solution of the natural Morphia Salts of Opium, less liable than any other forms of Opium to produce nervous prostration, Ac. SULPHITE OF LIME, a new chemical agent used in the treatment of certain forms of Dyspepsia and yeasty vomiting. , , / CHROMIC ACID, recommended for the destruction or fungus and morbid growths, and as a substitute for XI WINE OF TAR, a preparation much used at the North for the alleviation of Chronic Coughs. BLANCARD’S FILLS, the genuine imported trench article. MEADE A BAKER, Practical Pharmaceutists, mhl9f Corner Ninth and Franklin streets. BANKS BROKERS, &c. jyjAURV'& CO., BANKERS. No. 617 Seventh street, Washington, d. c. Bay and sell all classes of Government Securities, Gold and Stocks. Foreign and Domestic Exchange bought and sold. The highest market prices paid for Land Warrants and Revolutionary Scrip. Collections made on all accessible points. ap3—3m__ BRENIZER, KELLOGG & CO., successors to Kkelo&o A Brenizer, BANKER8 and BROKERS, GREENSBORO’, N. C. GOLD and SILVER, BXCHANGE, BANK NOTES STOCKS and BONDS, bought and sold. Deposits received, subject to sight checks, as with the Banks. Collections promptly made on all accessible points. Will transact all business promptly and on reasonable term*.___ap5-lawtf _ R. H. MAURY. | i- h. MACRT. | R. T. BROOKE. T) H. MAURY S CO., **'• BANKERS AND BROKERS, NORTHWEST CORNER MAIN and FOURTEENTH ST8., RICHMOND, VA. Sterling Exchange, Gold and Silver, Bank Notes, State, City, Railroad Bonds and Stocks, Mortgage Bonds, Negotiable Notes, and such other securities as may be oo the market, bought and sold on commission. Deposits received. Collections made on all accessible points In the Uni ted States. deed—tf npHE “FARMER!” THE “FARMER!” RICHMOND PUBLICATION. ag-EVERY FARMER SHOULD HAVE IT._fl* COLE A TURNER. News Dealers, Whig Building, mh20—dActf Richmond, Va. ' S E THE BEST 1 USE FOUGERA’S IODINISED COD LIVKK OIL.-It i- A™1,11®*? Himnger in the element* of all good Cod Liver Oil, vii: Bromine, Iodine and I*h<»»phoroiis, and doe* not re quire the large doses that often produce nanaea. For sale, wholesale and retail, by * * BakEB, Pharmaceutists, mj,20| Corner 9th and Franklin els. Cl ARD.—In order to protect the popular rc 1 putation of our celebrated ROSE WHISKEY, and to prevent deception being practiced on our customers, hereafter, for their guidance and protection, the gen uine article sold by our authorized agents, Messrs. S. C. TARDY A CO., will have this card placed oo the head of each barrel. We trust, by this means, to preserve the reputation of our brand; and to guarantee dealers against imposition. BOYLE, MILLER A CO., apl0-10t ___Distillers. I TOR SALE—A first-rate Carriage HORSE. ‘ REEVE A MATO, aplof Franklin street, between 8th and nth. BALTIMORE ADVERTISEMENTS. gPRING IMPORTATION ^^-^71866 ! RIBBONS, MILLINERY AND STRAW GOODS. armstrong~"cator& CO., Importer* and Jobben of RIBBONS, BONNET SILKS A$D LACE8, YELYBTS, RUCHES, FLOWERS, FEATHERS, STRAW BONNETS, UD1ES’ HATS, TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMBD, 8HAKER HOODS, Ac., No. 237 and Lofts of 239 Baltimore street, BALTIMORE, MD. Offer a stock unsurpassed In the United States In variety and cheapness. Orders solicited and prompt attention given. feb2')-2m J^UVALL^t IGLEHART, WHOLESALE GROCERS, A5D PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 60 Socth Stbekt, G.Khh’abt.I BALTIMORE. [nov6-6m] PAGE, BROTHERS d CO., Only Manufacturers in Baltimore of PATENT PARAFFINE VARNISH. ROOFING MATERIALS, Dry and Tarred Sheathing and Rooting Felt, ill Smith's Whakp, Bai.timokk. sep4—ly W. B. DAVIDSON, O. P. BfBANK, of Richmond, Va. of Lancaster county, Va. JQAVIDSON d EUBANK, COMMISSION MERCHANTS, AND OINRRAt, PURCHASING AND FORWARDING AGENTS, (Over E. H. Bants A Co.,) No. 67 West Pratt street, two doors from Commerce at., BALTIMORE, MD., Will fill all orders with despatch. [octlS-ly] jgATES* PREMIUM HOISTING WHEELS AND DUMB WAITERS,] For Warehouses, Factories and Dwel lings. 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. JQ” Send for Circular. JAMES BATES, Iron Founder, and Hoisting-Wheel Maker, No. 1 President street, janll-3m Baltimore, Md_ Frank l. morling, No. 2 Botaw Stbekt, BALTIMORE, Has just received, per steamer Somerset, a full stock of fresh FLOWER AND GARDEN VEGETABLE SEED. My stock of Fruit and Ornamental TREES and SHRUBS is unusually tine this season. Orders respectfully solicited. _roy22-ly J HERVEY EWING, (Formerly Editor QnxttU, Williamsburg, and Examirur, (Norfolk,) ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 11 Law Buildings, St. Paul street, _aul—ly _BALTIMORE.^ JOHN K. OREM, W. MOKKIH OREM GEO. B. CHASE. JOHN M, OREM, SON & CO., Importers And Wholesale Dealers In CLOTHS, CASSIMERE8, VESTINGS, PIECE TRIMMINGS, And Goods exclusively adapted to men's wear* No. 23S Baltimore street, my30—ly__BALTIMORE. POOLE & HUNT, 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, Flonring Mill Machinery, Cotton Screws, Railroad Cars, Car Wheels and Axles, Hydraulic Presses for Oil and Tobacco, Tobacco Monlds, Gas Works Apparatus ot all kinds, Shafting, Pulleys and Hangers. sepS—6 COAL MERCHANTS. J R. MACMURDO & 66., • (Successors to C. J. Macwurdo, DEALERS IN ANTHRACITE COAL. Will keep always on hand the best quality RED ASH AND WHITE ASH ANTHRACITE COAL. We respectfully solicit a call from the old customers of Mr. Charles Mucmurdo and the public generally. Oilice, Twentieth street and Dock, next to old Libby Prison. Orders left at DANDRIDGE A ANDERSON’S, Broad street, between Eighth and Ninth, promptly attended to. :oal sold by weight. mhl.1-dlm I QOAL ! COAL ! COALl The subscribers having got their mines In successful operation, are now prepared to furnish COAL in any quantily to large consumers, or families, on the moat reasonable terms. This coal is the same as that known as the "Black Heath,” which is so well known to the citizens of Richmond as being superior to any other coal for me chanical purposes and for grates for families. Orders for the city of Richmond will he promptly tilled if left with Captain W. N. SMITH, No. 4 Wall street, between Main and Franklin, nole agent for Richmond, or at the oilice of the company, in Manches ter, at the end of Mayo's bridge. C. BRADLET, General Agent for the Company. mhS—3m C. HAMPSHIRE A <■". ANTHRACITE COAL. Constantly on hand, Red and Whlto Ash Anthracite Coal, grate and stove size, for family use—Lehigh Lump for foundries, and Smiths'Coal, best quality.— Orders sent to us will receive prompt attention. An thracite Coal sold by weight. SAMUEL P. HAWES Si SON, ISth and Dock streets, north side of the Dock, sep4 ly Opposite our old stand. SEEDS, &c. T ANDKKTM & SON’S WARRANTED FRESH GARDEN SEEDS.-We are now in receipt of a full supply of SEEDS, direct from Landretb A Sou, which, after more than thirty years’ experience, we confidently recommend to the public for their relia bility and gennineneas of their varieties. Landredth’s RURAL REGISTER for 15<KJ la ready for gratuitous distribution. Our supply of fresh and genuine Seed consists of all the varieties usually called for. P. JOHNSTON A BRO., Corner Eleventh and Capitol streets, febl3f Richmond, Va. SEED, SEED, SEED. LANDRETH’S GARDEN 8EED, Full assortment, for sale by P. E. DUPUV. Druggist, mh7f No. 201 Broad street. /"ILOVER SEED. 100 bushels CLOVER SEED, Receiving by steamer this day, for sale at reduced prices, by mhl2t GEORGE I. HERRING A CO. SEED OATS ! SEED OATS!! REEVE a MATO, Franklin street, between Eighth ami Ninth. feb24f rPO FARMERS. X 300 bushels CLOVER SEED for sale on con signment, to arrive. Cash orders filled at $9 per bushel of SO lbs., delivered at store or on board canal boat. feblSf I.EE fit PETTYJOHN. C'lLOVER SEED! CLOVER SEED!—100 J bushels prime Clover Seed, just received and fur sale, at reduced prices, by GEORGE I. HERRING k CO., tuhSof .Vi Main street. Direct importation—g a rden SEED of every variety, warranted growth of '65. PALMER Jt TURPIN, mh2t No. 20 Main street. CABINET FURNITURE, &c. G1 B. STACY & SON, 110 MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA, Wholesai.p. and Retail Dealp.es in CABINET FURNITURE, MIRRORS, BEDDING AND CARPETS. Their facilities enable them to assure their friends and the public that they are prepared to furnish every article in their line at Northern prices, Freight and Packing added. They are confident that they can furnish everything on the very beat of terms. SHUCK MATTRESSES AT VEBT LOW PRICES. 0. B. 8TACT k 80N are anxious to purchase every SHUCK that can be delivered to them, and will pay one dollar per IOU pounds for all that may be delivered In good order. Let Farmers be 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 second story of oar new store is finished, occupy the basement story of Mr. John C. Miller's new Dry-Goods Store, corner of Ninth and Main streets, where he will be pleased 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 be in about ten days. dec29f FRENCH k CRENSHAW. HEGEMAN’S FERRATE!) ELIXIR OF EARK.—This Is an elegant and most pleasant Elixir of Calisaya Bark, with Pyrophosphate of Iron, each fluid ounce containing eight grains of the iron, ind is very valuable where a mild Iron Tonic Is de ■ ired. It has met with great suceess at the North, and is prescribed by the most eminent physicians. MEADE k BAKER,Apothecaries, AplOf _Corner Ninth and Franklin streets. PURE FOR RINGWORM ami TETTER.— W We have prepared, and offer to the public, a *pe :itic for those disfiguring and annoying diseases, Ring worm and Tetter, and have the testimony of some of Lor well known cltiaens that it Is a speedy and effec ual remedy, positively curing the most obstinate cases. ( It is easily applied, and devoid of grease, oil, kc., which usually render each remedies objectionable. Price fifly cent* per vial. Prepared only by MEADE fit BAKER, v Practical Pharmaceutist*, J mb2St Corner 9th and Franklin street*. ( THrfHE'MEMORY of THE LATE MAJOR, j X GENBRAL J. E. B. 8TUART.—An effort is being made to raise funds for the erection of a monument at Hollywood Cemetery to the memory of the late Qenoml Stuart, and contributions for this purpose will be re reived by Mr. WALTER h. MARTIN, the Treasurer, ' Box 401, Richmond, Virginia,—from whom any further information may be obtained. ap9—t>t PHILADELPHIA ADVHRTI8EHEHT8 ~PALMER’Stgjt\ PHILADELPHIA. K-1 ASTOR PLACE, I 19 CREEN 81.^4-. NEW YORK. I BOSTON. W? ADORCSS THE INVENTOR* B.FRANK.PALMER.LL.D.PRESU.A.LIMBC-. Dr. PALMER directs the manufacture LEO Rod ARM, Aided by men of the best qualification* and greatest experience. He Is specially commie**0*** by the Governtnent, and has the patronage of the prom inent olllcere of the army and navy. Six Major-Generals and more than a tboaeand lea* distinguished ofllcers and soldiers have wortf the * *'■" MEK LIMBS on active duty, while still greater nnmheT* of eminent civilians are, by their aid, filling important positiun-, and effectnally conceal their misfortune. Fifty Gold and Silver Medals (or “First Prise*,") In cluding the Great Medals of lli.- World's Exhibition* In la>nJon end New York awarded to Dr. Palmer for the best Patent Limbs. The well known LINCOLN ARM is also mad* only by this company. This arm bas been .elected by the Sur geon-General for tlie United States soldiers, and U worn by great numbers of persons. Advice and Pamphlets gratis. To avoid fraudulent Imitations apply only to Dt. PALMER, as above directed, or to bis agents, Messr. MEADE A BAKER, Corner Ninth and Franklin eta., Richmond, Va. mhlS-dSm William millwabb. r. e. wixerbixbb . MANUFACTURERS’ SUPPLIES. M1LI.WAKD A WINEBRENER, Ijo. IIS Mamket Street, PHILADELPHIA, KKALEKA IN MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES Of every description, For Cotton and Wuolen Manufactories. Also, Oak Tanned Leather BELTING, Card. Clothing, Colton and Woolen YARNS, WARPS, STARCH, OILS, DYE STUFFS, Ac., Ac. Advances made on consignments of Cotton and Wool en Y’arns. Orders solicited, which shall receive prompt atten tion. _roh3-Sm J M. MIGEOD & SON, Manufacturers of FIRE HATS AND BELTS, CLUB BELTS, MEDICAL SADDLE BAGS AND CHESTS. POCKET CASES, OUN CASES, No. 27 South Eiohtii Stieet, PHILADELPHIA.PENNSYLVANIA. Entrance on Jayne street, second fioor. feb26-3m rpEMPLE OF FASHION ! GRIGG, VANGUNTEN A CO., FINE CLOTHING 734 Market St., PHILADELPHIA. ABM. BLACK, f. JAXP, rxos bacox, [feb3-3m] r. taxouxtkx. JOHN COCHRAN & CO., IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF vnTinvu iinsiKRV fif.iIVES. WHITE GOODS, Ac., No*. 22 and 24 North Fourth Street, fe 1)3-2 in • PHILADELPHIA. GROCERIES. LIQUORS, Ac. Dkshields, moncure & co., AUCTION AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, No. 17 Pbarl St., between Maid A Cakt, Having REMOVED to iheir new and couimodlon* store-rooms. No. 17 Pearl (Fourteenth) street, wtll be happy to receive iheir old friend* and the public gene rally. They invite the attention of the trade to their varied stock of goods, consisting In part of— MU barrels FLOUR, assorted brands, all grades lOo bags Java, Laguayra and Rio COFFEE • TEAS, MOLASSES, BACON, LARD, BUTTER luO barrels MACKEREL, No*. 1 and 2, Boston inspection M barrels Labrador and Split HERRINGS. No. 1 ALEWIVES, Boston inspection M boxes 80AP and CANDLES 2no dozen FANCY SOAPS, assorted 100 dozen BROOMS and BUCKETS TWINF. WRAPPING PAPER PAPER BAGS M cases Borden's Condensed MILK, genuine M cases Worcestersnire SAUCE CIGARS Agents for Enreka Clothes-Wringer Patent Coffee Roasters, Tea Strainers, Broilers, Vege table Steamers, Flonr, Scoop and Sifters combined, Ac,, for sale at ioweat market rates. mhd-tf Robert f. williams. OF THE I.ATR FIRM OF E. H. SKINKKR & CO. OF RICHMOND VA., No. 44 Cast Street, between Focrteexth and Fifteenth Streets, Offers to the city and country trade at the lowest mar ket rates, Cut Loaf. Crushed, Powdered and Granulated Sugars, ••A'' “ B” Extra “C” and “C" Coffee Sugars, Refined Y'ellow Sugars, Cuba Sugars in hogsheads, Choice Molasses tn hogsheads and barrels,• (iood and Common Syrups, Genuine Old Government Java Coffeo, Ceylon and Old White Coliee, Choice ltioand Uguayra Coffee, Good to Prime Rio Coffee, Gunpowder and Oolong Teas—all grades, Bacon, Sides and Shoulders, New York Factory Cheese, Herrings, Mackerel No. 1 and 2, in barrel* and kit*, R. G. Mitchell A Co., and other brands Adamantine Candles, Tallow Candles, various brands, Colgate’s and Webb’s Snaps, various qualities, Hotel Soaps, Shot, Starch, Brooms, Buckets, Plow Lines, Cords, Wrapping Paper, Ac., _apD-j A. J. Johnston, I A. L. Hcxrr, Charlotte eo., Va. Formerly of Alexandria, Va. JOHNSON A IIUNTT, (Spccesbors to A. t. Huxrr A Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS 4 LIQUOR DEALERS, Corner Eiohth and Canal Streets, RICHMOND, VA., Keep constantly on hand alargestock of URiX/'ERIES and LIQUORS, to which they respectfully Invite the at tention of the trade. nov4j JM. BUCK’S CELEBRATED FLOUR • Montebello Family Albion Extra Greenmnnnt Extra I-ocnst Grove, Fine (for baker's use) Family Soap, assorted Pure Older Vinegar Old Rye and Bourbon Whisky Cherry Bounce and Port Wine White Lead Phosphates and Bona Dust Manufactured Tobacco On consignment and for sale by PALMER, HARTSOOK A CO., novl4—If Libby Buildings. OUPERIOK GUNPOWDER and BLACK O TEA. REEVE A MAYO, iplOf Franklin street, between Mb and itb. 1 AA BALES PRIME FODDER and CLOVER 1V/U HAY. REEVE A MAYO, A FEW BBLS. VERY FINE CIDER, just arrived, for salt by PAI-MER, HART800K A CO., dec5-tf Libby Buildings. TYPE FOUNDRIES. Richmond typk FOUNDRY Amp PRINTERS FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, Richmoao, Va. , Southern manufacture, should be supported. BOOK, NEWS and JOB TYPE, from the celebrated Bishop metal, and the latest Scotch faces. BOOK, NEWS, and FANCY INKS ofall color*; wood type, case*, stands, leads, reglet, quotations, quoins, metal furniture, mallets, brass rule, plainer*, braa* dashes, shooting stick*, mitering machine*, In fact every article requisite for a Printing Office, at Noarn kkx Paid*. Presses, new and second-hand, furnished to order. H. L. PELOl'ZK A CO., sep4—tf Richmond, Va. SADDLES, HARNESS, &c. gADDLES and HARNESS. The undersigned wonld respectfully call the attention of merchants, farmers and others to hit large stock of SADDLES, HARNESS, BRIDfAS, Ac., Of hi* own manufacture, which has been made up of the best materials during the past Fall and Winter, which he warrant* equal to any lu market In material and workmanship, all of winch he offer* at aa low rates a* the same work can be purchased etther North or Booth, All persons lu want of any good* In my line wonld do well to give me a call before purchaalug elsewhere. G. Z. MILES. mhl-tf Thirteenth, between Main and Cary^ BOOKS. STATIONERY, &c. LAW BOOKS.—A valuable LAW LIBRA RY for sale. In part we name : Grattan's Reports; 15 vola. Robinson’s Practice; 4 vol*. Lomax'* Digest; 3 vols. Matthew'* Digest; 2 vol*. < '* Criminal Digest; 1 vol. Cruise's Digest; 7 vol*. American Leading Cates : 2 volt. Smith's “ “ “ Kent’s Commentaries , 4 volt. Mayo’s Guide Sand's Salt In Equity. Sands A Tate's Forms, Ac. For sale by mh29f _ A. H. CHRISTIAN A CO. New books. A War Clerk'* Diary at the Confederate Slates Capital, during the Kxiste ice of the Confederate Oo vernmeut. By J. B. Jones, Clerk in the War De partment of the Confederate State*. 2 vol*.. Svo. *5 50. Medical Electricity. Embracing Electro-Physiology and Electricity as a Therapeutic, with Special Reference to Practical Medicine. 8bowing the most approved apparatus Used in the treatment of Nervoo* Diseases. By Alfred C. Garratt, M. D. ♦«. Life of Bmanual Swedenburg. With a Synopela of hta Writing.. By William White. 41 few Abridged Edition of Perlera's Materia Medic*. London: ISM. 17 50. rhe glory of Gislt the Outlaw. From the Icelandic. By George Webbe Dasent. Beautifully Ulnatrated. ♦3 50. Revise: A Tale of the Last Century. By 0. J. W. Mel ville. ♦! 75. Phe Restoration ; Or the Hope of the Early Church Realized By Rev. H. A KUev. *125. fotter on the Improvement of Time |1 25. Phe Story of gennett. By Bayard Taylor. $2 26. It. Martin’s Summer, By Mitt Brewster. |2 26. It. Martin " Eve. By Mrs. Henry Wood. $2. ,!fe and Times of James Madison. By Hon. William C. Rivet. Vol. II. $3 50. For sale by WOODHOUSB A PARHAM, split Booksellers and Stationers, Governor at. rEAS, TEAS—Choice Gunpowder and Black. TBAS. ROBERT F. WILLIAMS, »bl3f |No 44 Cary street. -s—wm.---- —