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EOHAHIJ IIIMKI.S. F.dilor and Manner.
Nn. nl2Vj Mais Stkrki. I.'i.iisom,, Vibuisia
Olllcinl Paper tlir Ihe Oovrrnnient.
KKIDAV KVHNINo', AliM'ST^'lsTl.
'flic New York Times invites ntti'iilinn to
Ik; following figures:
r.niir of sew v,,kk , i, i
lVeeinlier.lt, ISII9 ♦34 4(17,047
Iv r-e-i em twenty .- lirr 1■ I moilllis i :,.i l::i.l.: ,
IIBHT UF THE I'N'ITF.Ii STATES.
March 4, lstm «g. it r~ 2f,i»
Decrease In twenty-nine months #2,42,12»,401
'I'liis is a cnnliast which tax-payers might
with tlie n;u lionary instincts tif the- Ku-
Klux Democracy may well be staggered by
the evidences of their linaueial luisinanagc
if True.—Jt appears by a telvghtrn from
lionrlon that the Persian ambassador there
denies the reports of extraordinary ravages
of famine in Persia, lie says that, while
fed at the expense of the government', and
reports to commercial agents. If this
good authority on tin- subject.
Virainia l.'iilerirri.cs.
'tine the close of the war of the rebel
lion, Virginia lias taken up the march of
internal iiiipi-ou-meut which she was prose*
ciiliuir with cmnieiiilable enterprise before
other and hostile ihart'ltes, almost it'iiui'mc
ruble, wruc inaugurated and maintained for
four eventful years on Iter soil. The Ches
aueake and Ohio railroad opens a grind
trunk hue from the Atlantic Ocean to the
Western States and California. Tlie .Nor
folk and (I real Western railroad company
will intersect the very best portions of Vir
ginia along the southern border of the
State from Norfolk westward as far asliris
tol, Tennessee, thus forming direct coiaimi
nieation with the leading .Southern cities,
Paso ami Texas Pacini railway lo the Pa
cific Ocean, and dcsliiicd to bring the Slate
of into prominence as an agrini!
cial importance second to no Si.-uc iv i!„
South.
Tlie State of Virginia has also organized
with extraordinary hanking and cominer-
Limil, Ijiuii, and Trust Company." fins
company is composed of leading Virginians,
company pniposes to establish a hank in
is entitled Io 01)0,(1(1(1 ocmm of land ' of
the line of tlie .Norfolk and (}reat w'lUern
railroad company, for which the stock of
the company has been issued at the rate of
$li per acre. The company has already
made armngements with some hundreds of
agents in Europe to send emigrants to the
company's lands. The Allan's steamship
line, direct from Europe to Norfolk, has
arranged with the company to bring emi
grants on favorable terms, nnd generally to
act as agent for the same. The Virginia
International Land, Loan, and Trust < '<>n>
pany possesses by law all tbe powers,
privileges, and capacities lor
and to make, mousy, which tlie celebrated
I redit Mobelier of Paris ami C:vdit'l''one'er
Of Poland possessed.
Tlie company proposes to act as Ihe great
land agent for the Slate of Virginia to buy
and enlightened management, the Virginia
State, but it can also act as a pioneer to di
rect the whole Southern States into the same
channel of centralized practical develop
ment ol their resources which will make the
South one ot the richest and most indepen
dent portions of the civilized earth. As
10 *h L =i company, "mobilized
great motive power for creating wealth.—
In the speech which Mr. David A. Well*
says of tho "three years following the finan
cial disaster of |sr,7 under a low tariff that
there was more bard work done, 'more
real money earned and saved, and more
true progress made in the country than in
any three years of history before or since
Our population consumed the largest
amount of tea and coffee; put the lamest
number of cotton spindles iv motion of any
iwicsponding penod; ooas* ractcd mor 4
mles of railway than at s : , y I)revious timo)
Hud imTt.'a.sea our Cf }■ b r
productions." ••iHiiinption ol foreign
In his iv , , ~ .„,» ~ „
vid A " tSirt for the year ISOS, Mr. Da
. .. VVe/ls, then the iSjrecial Commission
er of the revenue said, and we quote from
an official copy :
"Within tlie last five years more cotloti
spindles have been put into operation, more
iron furnaces erected, more iron smelted,
more bars rolled, more steel made, more
coal and copper mined, more lumber sawed
iuid hewn, more houses and simps con
structed, more manufactories of tnWSrbut
kinds started, and more petroleum collected,
refined and exported than during any eipial
period in the history of tlie country; and
this iucrea.se has been greater, Inilli as re
gards quality aud quantity, than the legiti
mate increase tohe co:pccti'dj)oin the normal
increase of wealth ami puf/uUUiem."
During this latter period we bad a high
tariff. According to Mr. David A. Wells,
who "speaks as one liaving authority," the
country never prospered so much as it did
under Ihne years of low tarilf, and it never
prospered so much as it did under lite
years of hgh tarilf. If he wore to put his
views into a ter.se and intelligible form, he
would say that the way to make the coun
try prosper the most all the time, is to
adopt a flee ll'ade high protection tarilf, laid
lor the .soli purpose of raising a revenue
and keeping foreign products out of the I
country on which revenue is paid. In this
way every period will be more prosperous
than any other penud, and the less being
equal to the greater, the greater uiual be
greater than the greater, ami the less than
the less. li.m't you see how clearly a
i.-wiiiie-fre.-foriiici' can put it. IrttrpU j
Daily /W, May t;.
Elizabeth Stuart Phcliis says in the
Independent she thinks there is more down
right misery among young women between
the ages of eighteen and thirty than KDSOg
any other class of people. That's Im an ,
they have such a worrying husband hunt in ■
game lo play.
.Mrs. Sal lie Ward Hunt, a. noteil unman I
■•I lasliion, oflAiuisville, Ky. nowa widow,
has tund Mr. Newcomb, of t'Ay, for.
breaking his promise of inuniage lo'lici.
I'm, . lived at ij:!(><i,immi. h must have been I
a big promise.
RI.HMi.SDA.IIi DASVIIIE Allll PIFnMOST R R». 1
itnaCoinpuii. (Richmond) at therau.s;.
viz:
i lli.nsiu'k's (Coyner's Splines) flu fU
Ulerhauv Ntaii.,ll (Alleghany Sprint*) II lai
Bis Tunnel (Montgomery While Sulphur
i liii-iiajisliuru (Yellow Sulphur SjiriMsk. 12 im
N*w River atuHjem nil Hefsil (New *i*»-r
' White Sulphur Springs) li i.i
j Huguenot Sirring* l flo
Amelia Springs ;i fie
Hiiikory Tavern, N. ('., (Catawba Springs') 2u uu
These Tickets entitle the holder to return with
out ail.liiioii.il cliurge imtil the lfiih of(ktoher
JOHN R. MACMUHDO,
Oeneral Tickei anil Freigbl Agent,
Engineer und Superintendent, R. k D. R. R.
HTTiekf'ts for Bonsack's, Allegliauv, Big Tun
nel, Clin- liurisliurg, and Central Depot are al«o
I "'.si*''' *' ' T !' k ''i ( " lkt ' ol "'«' Atlantic, Mis
t.'l.liliiollil |y 20—| m '
Hi, iiMu.vn, Frri.khliksihru k P. R. R )
Orpin: GnsKii.il. Ticket ash Fsp.wilt Aiit. (
Riiusumi, July 211, IS7O. 1
XI X ( 11 USI „ S TICK ET S TO
' 'PUT-IN-BAY ISLAND, LAKE ERIE,
I 'NKljl'Al P.ll rOI IIP.At'TV IIP l.oi .U-liiN .(.vn SAlmitlTV
Tbls beautiful Island is located Is miles from
Sandusky, with which it I* iv daily connectida by
on Lake Erie. It is universally pronounced to
Tlie Hotel accommodation* are ample and lirsi
| For luriher inloriiiatiorr and for Tiu-ough tick
! I, 1 vCIUSION SEASON OPENKIITAi^™"!
OttEAT REDUCTION IN FARE I !
I.IM'.ND TRIP 'lIi'KETS TO NORFOLK
I Single Ticket* in Norfolk, &l. Oood until used,
l"'r Steamer "JOHN SYLVESTER "
I aarche i|«'-1 rouie lo Cobb's Island.
< 1.-n'l Ag't .Tallies River Steamboat Co.
SHIPPING
] LIOU Mill ,OHK. klMfi£
The. VIRGIN! A STEAMSIIII'aniITAuKET
I ,',.''. ~.N ' ' s 'leitant sieaiusbip WILLIAM P.
» l.v 111-., Caplaui Pahhvr, will leave her wharf
at Rookcits on FUlli.W, Ailgusl 4, at .1 P M
Freight received up i v ihe |, ot „. „ ( sailing.
| Close i-u»i|.«(iuiis and tlinnigh bills of larline
j given n. all southern, eastern, and west.in
Fan., »3; meals and state-rooms, extra
D .1. BURR, President,
111 J ' !t 1214 Main street.
NEW YORK. -iSfU
■ THE OLD DOMINION
nts?"? S ilegaul side-wheel sleainslup ISAAC
1(1.1.1., I'u|it. Hi. is kua.v, will sail on FRIDAY,
Fn-iglu received until 1 p. ;V|.
Tbrough liijls uf lading signed, and goods for
j naixl Inn. tin- fori-itm jarrls.
I l'nss(-ngei*aie.iiiini,Hlali.iiis lllisiir|L-u.sed.
.ioHN \V AvYATT, Ageut,
j\ii 2—at nfo. 3 Governor street.
AUCTION HOUSE"
A 1 I ('OMMISSION MERi 'HAN'T,
Keep- on hauil, for sale tv thelrade or families.
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE,
DRY HOODS.' NOTIONS, &v
All of which will be 5.,1,1 at auction prices
wholesul* arid retail.
. jryTAUCTIoN SALES DAILY at in A.M. and
■ PM-m
■ F==
FASHIONS, &c.
IF YOI, LIKE to m:
WELL DRESSED, USE
BUTTERICK'S PATTERNS
To cut your garments by.
Me have patterns for EVERY ARTICLE OI
:SS worn by man, v.-llillau, or child.
These i .a i terns ~„. already cut, cost only a few
c tils, and we giiarai a lii in all cases.
LATE STYLES JUST RECEIVED.
»S"Sold only lit tbe ulhce of the
HOWE SlrwtNli MACHINE
jy tßtlMinSnuiif.
BUILDERS' MATERIALS.
nivVoiK
X)
P MOULDING,
STAIR WORK,
*Vi 1 i?J rerytl ' ill,t ta ,ho <h"»i»«i of WOOD TRIM
MINGS for BUILDINGS, nl
IT.- rm.- , . J -A. HANCE,
'is, '"H? 1 Aye, corner Twen ly-suventli street,
New York. '
They are the Best uiul < 'hcniicst in market,
my 27—il&w ,1m
SAVE YOUR MONEY!
ill ami examine my huge Btock of GRATE
FRONTS—tin- i-heapesi iv the elly.
I'LI/MHING, TINNING, (IAS and STEAM
FITTING made a. sp.eialtv ai No. 52.-i Main and
2m, litoaii sli-iels VV. J. ANDERSON.
JulS—ilmdSiw
DYE WORKS.
'I'HI. 11l El M. AM) X( Ul llfM; HIM.
1 NESS.hereiuliii-e t-iiiuliicted by A (iraaaiii
will Ire eoiilliirred l.v A.GRAHAM, ,1n.,al Ike old
-i.iiiil. No. ISI7 Franklin street, Richmond Vs.
Jy 24—1 w * i
j'lll OLDEST!
THE LARGEST!!
AND THE BEST!!!
DYEWORKS IN AMERICA
Are ihe STATEN ISLAND WORKS, New York.
The Southern Oilice and Agency is at
... ,
X 1 N (IS
PREMIUJI CLEANING ESTABLISHMENT,
N0..T00 Main street, bet. Seventh and Eighth,
je l.v-d&wrim Richmond, Ta.
INSURANCE.
iJHEI I 11. Ml'l'll 1i...'1'1l ALL PERSONS
SWISHING FIRE INSURANCE: The RICH
KIND BANKING AND INSURANCE COM
PANY utter iiuliicemeuis unsurpassed by uuv
rle i-ullipaiiy, to ioMilil against loss by lire ol
11 kinds of property.
They ask ~! tli.-i'r- I'nenil; and lire public to
iw ihem a call behlre.iii.itriug elsewhere.
Ci.iisull yuiiroiMi mleresi .iiel nisun- wnil us.
T. 11. SIAUKi:, (leneral Ag.-ui.
.1. B. Davis. Presi.ienl.
.lons !•'. C. Potts, Seer.laiv. jv C—<l*w!!ra
COLLECTION OF OI*AIMgr
VKI nI H I I. AIM N.
. N V!',^ i '.!.:'."'"'"" ; ' U ''LAI.MS OF BRITISH
I 1..1 H.i isut.-.nisi tv,. lovenuneul of iliul'tii
■. s al.-s, myuMU bi il,.- lermsnf llie lute Iran.
liel ween Ihe I nil c,4 Sillies aultl Ireal Britain,
lhese claims are lor acts eoiuuiiiu-d iisam.i
be iwrsou land |,r..i»-11.l ul iuibjei Isot'tirwii Itri
uiiii during ihe period ..I rbe late war, and by the
nillion/.isl at, ins ~i ||„. I uiie.l Stales
' . CHANDLER, Mill,'HUM s SHIELDS
\y 27 ;lin
( I'.'T? ~* '' ""> inanui)- #V»i- .ate i.t
ys*\*U& 111 Ii \J.
N * T ]" W "° <,DS '
To ISK I iiNl KKI'Kli INTO CASH.
Ji. *J vfe* -*jl.
SKELETON CA9SIMERE SHIT,
SKELETON CHEYOIT SUITS,
SKELETON FLANNEL SUITS,;
SKlw]ET<wWA»ONXlffX)k+Ann f teTS,
BROWN DUCK SUITS,
BROWN LINEN SUITS,
SILK-WARP ALPACA SACKS, j^lV
OOTTf)N-WARP ALPACA SACKS,
I
WHITE MARSEILLES VESTS,
and a complete nssurtmcm of
FURNISHING GOODS,
adapted to the aesson—
"ALL NEW GOODS, and at LOW PRICES
I r uu -
10»» MAIN STREET,
Opposite PimT-orncs.'
I XJEW OR Hi STOKE. ,
IS*
R. W. APPERSON k CO.,
No. 200 corner of Seoond and Broad Streets,
Keeps constantly nn hand a fall st...k ot Vre.li
MEDICINES, PERFUMERIES, 4c,
PItESORIPTIONS
j Carefully cimi]siunded at any hour of (benight.
,H— IS 381 . .. . ,-ifm
I mst
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIMi,
<!iiKsp.a Sixth asb BaoAn Strsstk,
°?iX, to <-be public a full line of DRUGS, MEDI
CINES, OILS, PAINTS, GLASSY FANCY
I (KIODS, kc, of flrst quality and lowest market
rafes.
Orders promptly filled and shipped.
WARRANTS SELTZER APERIENT^
GRANULAR EFFERVESCENT SALTS OF
VICHY AND CITRATE MAGNESTA.
SEWING MACHINES.
NpHK IIRST AND BEST .'
THE HOWE SEWING MACHINE
was tlie flrst invented, and is iiiitvirsnilr ac
knowledged to be th* latest in improvement*
and the most reliable: machine in the market!
The HOWE is frnaraiiteert to do
ALL KINDS OF SEWING
in tbe easiest possible manner. Call and "er. ,1 lv
operation at tlie offloe, 823 Main street.
I SINfIER SEWING MACHINE.
| THE BEST FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK
Its Sales Indicate it; Durability and Popularity
Its Work confirms It.
WT,B3:t SOLD LAST YEAR
NO OTHER MACHINE SOLDSOMANY.
We neither force nor crowd sales. The Machine
I must aland hpdii its own merits. Call ami ex
amine ft.
i Sewing Machines REPAIRED.
We have, com meted tor a full supply of ihe
| CELEHRATEI) KENNBEC RIVER ICE,
and are recelviiut from the above river ICE
twenty inches in thickness, clear as crystal, and
hard as Hint, superior to any ICE eomiriir into
tins market (not excepti«K tlie Boston Ice). We
f,'i., t i'.'..'.". 1 !i. d . ,! " ll ' rs '" tuis C ".V receivinir this
CELEBRATED ICE, so universally known as
the PUREST and IIF.ST in tbe country.
We are i_ircpar.il at all limes to furnish ICE ot
j the above quality by the Carßo, Canal-Boat or
I Car load ; and we (rive special attention on all
occasion* to the parkin); and shipping of the
, city customers furnished ou Ihe most reasona-
McfloWAN k LAMPKIN,
c <"!-tf N '"' "*" "* ry "" r, ' ,, Wcu, " a " a . Vrf.
WATCHES AND JEWELRY^
/ UIAHI.ES STHIiMANN,
(AIIK.VT,)
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELLER,
No. TOT Broad, bet. Seventh luid Eighth Streets,
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
Jo IS ,1m la re fully repaired.
li ~~~
Ousi.Ri'AToiir, As.\ Amji.K, Jan. 2s, 1.7U
Sational Watch tl.impuat/, rliifttiiii : 111 ..-
Gii.NTs—.H gives me pleasure ii. state that the
performance of the movement manufactured by
yon. and iiiark.-d "R w. Raymond, No la ol
which I have carried in my pocket Lira'pers'id
>.f ucarlj- six inoulhs. suipasa.s hi Hxcellence that
id any ut the many line Watches which I have
I hitherto tested. It maintains its rate even u-l
--ler i tun. a flue box Chronometer, by Nepii* he
I.uitiiu; vi this observatory. 1 have Intended
v bin 1 shall luive llie leisure, to ninkea complete
Ici ot the iso«hronismof the balance surihirTiuid
i.i ihe adjustment uf the halance for poise and
t. mpci-.unre. So far as I van twice hy the per
) 1..i-ui.'iui■>• of ibe Watch, these adjustments uu-
A.-ar to be nearly perfect Permit me to i-ongra
lidaieynu upon tlie successful mnniifucture iv
Ibe V> esl of nioveiiyi.uts wluuh are fully equal in
performance lo ihe pocket cliionoinciers by Jur
-1 , lordsman, and niher celebrated Eitro
lsiiu maker.- Very truly viinrs,
JAMES C WATSON.
.

air SI.VIiS.STS K.IAIi.SI, 111 TUB lIISPAM".
»..*? J.. 1 " !'" *"'"' •R'weltac and ask to see ihe
I.liriii Watihes.
Hiisin.-ss (urn c anil Salesroom National Walch
Company,
i.i.i and 161 take Street, Chicago,
I MaiiloiiLan.. New York,
an ' -Jiiuw.i*
~ 1 - ' '
GROCERIES, &c.
SINE All THE NEWS !
—-
A SMALL FISH HAS SWALLOWED
a whale:
ÜBotOVAL! REMOVAL!-
THE VIICIiINIA TeTa.\D COFFEE i'u.
have taken Ihe store formcrl) occupied by R. n..
diet i c,.., cornerEh-lilh and Main slri-els.
.
WE lIA>E AN IMMENSE STOCK !
CHEAP GROCERIES! - FAIR DEALING,
COME! COME - ! ! j;OME ! ! '
REMEMBER' REMEMBER ! REMEMBER ' I
i-onier Eipluh aud Mais slrceu,
PLENTY OF ROOM Fill! 111 F. I St'AL
CROW ill
i !i il IDS DELIVERED FREE !
at L"jH y of geiil-
I .jrT l ' ll ß* t ■iresfderici. Saturday, B-
slrHlc other" llSi I
I iiuclit eater the Held of competition.
', KJ '"".!' P't p» following gentlemen ncUngC
Scott, jo*. S Gilliam, Win. T. Christian Rich
l^,s'^'Jf , ''J, , »T M >-'' t,, ' lu '> Graves, Walton
| V'l'l.i'iJ.t -Wi11i,,,,,-. .1 N Sea.,, and .1 .11 |
linn Ml. S. llra\i- nnd Waiion Stdimr were
I llii.' W; '" I' I ."- and S. liravcs the Dixie.—bulb of
j. w11.,1 , I,:,ell, ,| 11,,,,,, w ph innslefly skill anil
I 'In. centered were (lie Dixie two -horse right and
| hnnd.. sen after th,- trial coiuineiieeii, ihe Lenin j
. of the Dixie right-hand broke in two and wis laid
aside, the come si being narrow ed to the Wall left
hand and Drrto-rhthi-lnind. The soil tlrsi scl., ted
was a stubble loam without soil; but as the plows
1 were new, and did not turn in consequence of Hie
roughness of the castings, after a short trial it
was ileiaili.il to take them intoanotherfleld where
| the soil was a well-trodden, tenacious clay, with
a timothy sod covered with vegetation and with
| straw. Thi. plows lv reperlurnioil their work ad
mirably, culling and turning without choking
As the Dixie wars **j>w comer, as Ihe contest
I to""' "•'"',' "'""'"' ""' i u,l K w 'ook irold of v ,
(here is no im,aiiioii n, ,|o injustice to nnv, as
the award of the jridi.es, i- ic'iincd'of sulticicril
Importance to the Interest of agriculture In in-n-
I fv us publication. . , ,v„ ~i
The award of Ihe judges was uiiaiiiuuiri-L in
flavor of Ihe Drtle on Ihe following ground.:
2d. It cul a wider furrow,
•id. It morn effectually inverted the sod
I -Jill. Tlie draft seemed lobe uu greater. . .
"Oi- "he mechaiilcat arrangenii'iil lor altering
cutwasdoemnlsMnraimiile and itrlcient.
At the conclusion of the trial some ot the
judges w-erc so pleased as to determine to order
them for their own use.
I certify that tire above was sent to the Rich
mond "Whig ' for |,iil,.u.iilioii by myself; that I
am not acquainted with i\!r. Starku; thai he had
never seen the paper und knew nothing of In
| content.--, and was in no wise a parti lo llie dial
ot the plow* alluded 10.
We, the judges in the "Plow Trial," on the
filVJ 1 . 1 . of . Mr ' *'•*-■ William,,, published in the
'Whig," herein,- certify lliivtit was directed lo be
■•■in lo iliaf journal as a roni.riuiileulion by ll.e
iudges who made llie award.
.1. AI. HI.'HT,
w\So.'H|'.StV'
.1. li. WILLIAMS,
January il, 1671. .1 AS..S. (GI.LIAM.
1 do not believe In plow trials made try the
manufacturers tin ni.-elves, bul hope that every
farmer will at nunc make a lid I trial ol the DIXIE
With every plow he can Unci, and buy that which
does the best work. I haveliei-u not able tosuuply
the demand, nor fill my orders' for sometime, anil
ssnst leave field-trials when, tlley rightly belong
—to themselves
P II S'I'ARKF
ap 12—w.'lni No. 1 llu Main Street.
MACHINERY, &c.
One second-hand li-hore* power PORTABLE
1 One3 r footPORTAIV.E"-HUST r ivilLL(Fi.neh
burr-stones,) in complete order;
of articles, of all .soils ol.ilin'-liinerv—nil of
necoinmoilaling terms.
Always ou hnnd v good as.oi-trn, nl nl STVAM
GAUGES, FEET VAI.V l-.si||,(tnt; VAI.\ i;s,
WATER OAI'ViEs/tALLOvV < '. i'i'k's -'i■■{'?'
oil.l.N'll CHI'S, OIL CANS of nil kinds. All
MACHINERY, RAILROADS. MANOFAOTU
RERii' AND ENGINEERS' siipi'LlES,
TENTH ST., BETWEEN MAIN AND GARY,
for all purposes, oi Riclinuind far Northern build'
and illioriil.iel,.,-,,.,. J} aUUmls" '""ah I ."'l.vu'l'v"
i'II'ENIX li.l.MllJV,
""' ' S "" a ' a"la'i'r"'hai-e ot
'f!',i7''uK, V a ; "-"' iii" N .'"' ' ia '. '""' u ' al ''''. Trnja
> 'l"pi'i"iJ''e?-™'' logeilierwiih the above,
full sI I* IKrf ( * Ujd WOHkl retsjlect-
BANKERS AXli BROKERS.
STI "(,'K EXI 111 A NO 10 vvr, MON EV RRt IKEI.'S.
IHU Mais STsjiif, Ri. u,i,,.m., Va.
We tender our services to bolder* ol Virginia I
Stale Bonds ni fluid ihe .» lor them under
heaeloi aiili iviaivh, t „ 7 i ; ;l nd will furnish any
mm mutton fherero, upon application, either ia
|iel .ai ■ i l,i lelter.
,'.'l < o NI ,' S: "' JSI " t:K;i "' !l " K "" 1 ' '"'l'l'M and
jj'S-iiawJiii ' II II MAURY *( o
Richmosd, Va.
The Richmond VtsyttfcJi «J»y»:»
which the Bisjmteh has week*
was 1 i.l Hushed by Messrs, H. L. I'*lill|i » *jkfli
proprietors of llie Richmond Ty|ie Foundry
We have q«en iisin. then- IV |ie for eight or ten
years, and lia\e found them equal In dunibilhr
im,l style oi •(hilar, to the boßt foundries in thi.
country and Engluad. Their piles, are Sail form
\i itli all the other foundries."
"Tns RrcHS,.NoTvsKFui»r/»v;_We have been
n'i,^"', a " "'a'lverlence in failing to mention
lli.il Ihe beautiful suit of type iv which the Whig
now appears was manufactured for us at the
Ricbiiioud Type Foundry. Th!* is th* third out.
Nt we have obtained from that establishment
on. before and (wo since the war—and vre are
jin pared to bear emphatic testimony to theildel
ity with which tlie proprietor*' (M'cSsr* H L
1 elorrze 4 Co.) execute their contrails, to the
lesut.vI esut.v ami durability of their work, ami to the
less ol I heir prices,
ie Richmond Enquirer «nj ß y M( l w y|| lU ai» .
'~"iiil Typn Foundry, Nests*. H lV l-ein*iu
PsWFESSIO!^^
j.nii. w. jurat**. )fu m PorH ._
JENKINS It i.nn wi.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
OFFICE-NO. 1 MARSHALL BUILDING,
i'.'K Tkmii A*n Ba.\-k Stsfkt, Richmond,
Will practice in the Courts of the State aad th*
I nued state, and before the Court of Claim* an.l
li.|.aiiiiienis at Washington. Special attention
given to cases arising under tho Reveune and
Bankruptcy laws of the United States
mil l!id4wtf
('(ingress having recently pasted a bill provld
ing tor the appoirunrent of a COMMISSION for
r .w T .\ m, . t ,?i r ?S. Rnu twlJ»"t»noi>t of the claims of
LOiAL,CITIZENS of the South, for stores or
supplies take,, or furnished during the rebellion
ror tire nun of the army, including the use and
loss „i vessels .and boat* while employed iv the
military st-rvuV or the United States, and there
being many claims of this description which
■lioiilil have prompt attention, we respecuiillv
oiler our service in Ibe proseeirfhm of The same
before llie Commission, on the most liberal terms
according m the amount Involved and the
an.Tof the claim. For full particulars address
JENKINS k POFHAJL
Attorneys At Law, RiclTmpiid,Ta.
We refer by fierinission lo Jim. R. Davis, Pre*
..lent IManters' National Hank and Richmond
Ranking and Insurance Company, Richmond-
Davenport k Co., Stock Urokers and General
Agenls, do.: Lancaster k Co., Rankin* do Hon
H. X Ellyson, ex-Mayor, do.; C. X Bingham
President liitit National Rank, Lynchburg? Hon
J. F. Lewis, U. S. Senajor Wasliwgluu. 1) c
Hon Jas. H Platl, do ; Hon Charß H. Porter'
do.; Hon. W. H. 11. Slowell, ,*»..•. ■'
V|| apl—daw.tl
rp 11. BROOKE,
ATTORNEY AT'UHT,
Practices in the Courts of CanJin'e, Esse*. King
and ilneen, niid the United States Courts at
Richmond. Office at Miford Ilepot, Caroline
county, Virginia.
In all business requirirtg counsel and in all
is-ofessjonal businrtis, Messrs. (.IHANDLHR *
MORTON, of Richmond, Va., will be associated
with liiin.
Address Central Point, or Mllford Depot, Caro-
SUMMER RESORTS.
SiET f HAI.YIIEATE SPRINUh,
(OLI> REI) SWEET.)
ALLEGHANY VA ,
■ ipeiied for the reception of visitor* on tit*
lids month.
Hoard, feliier dny; *,;u int month.
I 2S—»w THUS. KINNIRKY,
TTTHITE StLMltll SI'KINOsi,
GREENBRIER WEST VIRGINIA.
.
These Springs, famous for their alterative wa
ters and fashionable patronage, will be open on
£?tiZL° l J,TNE - »' ,U V accommodation
lor 2,000 persons.
The Springs are 2,ooofeot above tide-water, and
he'climate-in which they. are situated is always
COOL arul INVIGORATING, atToi-diug entire
relict trom prostrating summer heat
Piulcssor Rosen bergers excellent band will tie
iv attendance, toeuliven the lawns and ball-room.
is aT> y ba,Ul uu,i "« th " seasou,
A" extensive livery will be kept at very mode-
Ohirues--*:! jrer day and *V« per month ol
iniriy (lays; children under ten years of age and
colored servants, half price; white servants, ac
cording to accommodations
my 12-e<rd2ni OEO. L PEYTON A CO.
| jy£Ol,\TAll\-TOP HOTEL.
This desirable and beautiful summer resort
situated ou thu summit of tbe itlue Ridge Monu'
tain on Ihe line of the Chesapeake and OhesraU
roail, one mile .from Afton depot, Albemarle
county, commanding a lull view of the surround,
mg coiinlry, has been eidarged and thoroughly
refitted, anil will he open on Ihu Ist of JUNE
Boaku—Per month, *tv; per week, *12; iier
day, i-1. Children under 12 years, and colored
servants, half-price.
The CHALYBEATE SPRINGS are equal to
any in thu State. *
Coaches will run (laity to and ifrom the depot
■ i" ls -^' l JNO. N. BALLARD '
VIrEST END HOTEL, LONtt UHAN4JH, N.
TT J-, (formerly Stetson House.) Just refit
ted ; open .lime 16th; modern in structure and
first-class iv every respect. Will bo under the
management of .Tames Sykes, of Willard's
Washington, aad Peter Gardner, now of the
i. ils.-y House, New York, formerly of the New
i oi-k Hotel. Applications for room*, 4c, received
at the hold, or by Mr. Gardner, at Gilsey House
N. Y. SYKES, GARDNER A Of)., '
.ici.i—tsi_ _ Pi\iprieuirs._
COMMISSION I*ERCHAimL~
t. p. wii.Kixs.i.v. ii. a.uiitoed.
\TTILKIIVSON \ (.lit (Hill.
T V -1 »> ya*
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
. AND IU. Al lillH 1*
All kinds of Green and Dried Fruits, Vegetable*
I Butler, Cheese, Eggs, Live and Dies* Poultry'
I (.ame, A inegar, Cider, Beeswax. Hone, ■•'
and Flour. '■•«"""''■ B—m
Special attention given lo Ihe sale of Tobai-co !
I nam, >l'oiil, Given and Dry Hides; also, Foiolirli
ami Domestic Emits. >»v.««,u.
No. i, SEVENTEENTH ST., RI(!HMOND, VA |
solicited. Personal atteu- !
lion given to sales. Jem—am
EDUCATIONAL.
'I'lli: ol 11 DOMINION UthtAKSS* »!UL-
X LEGE.
II it'lartW , I'.iil
THE FIFTH ANNUAL SESSION
Piliiliou wiU commence OOTOIIER Str
■ ill f
ly iinproveq facilities, and advantage*
nst order. Insuring lis *tudenl* a tho
tical course of the highot valu*
. ulitrsj address .burrs
tm_ 0. MORRIS NICUL, Preshletil.
It «-.DL< Al'IOlV.
HET.MUTH COLLEGE
Hoard and Tuition per annum .-.-.,,
lii.iuguraleil hy 11. H. H. I'linee Ahthur. Board
and Tuition iter aiiuum, #^2ti
I'ltisniKsr—The Very Rev. I. Helmuth. D I)
IS'iirr ot Huron.
COAI AND WOOD
/ tII.VI. A.KU WOOt*, ,I^|
summerTric.es
I'onslaiilly oil hand
THE BEST OAK AND PINE VTOOH,
LONG, SAWED AND KINDLING WOOD
ANTHRACITE AMI ".!
811 IIMLWI'S «OAt AND COKE, l
it very lou-es-t prices, at YARD, corner of Maiu
t h k v * A~rrTnsrnTiTrE~RT^
i yi'iTmrrt.'
'IWpArN KILLER" may justly be styh
the great medicine of the world ; for there is i
region of the glob* into which it has not four
Its way, and been largely used and highly prise,
Moreover, there Is no clime to which It has v,
I proi iilio be wall. >ss»pl»» for the cure of a c
siderablc variety of diseases. It Is a speedy an
safe remedy for burns, scalds, cuts, bruise
wounds and various other injuries, as well as
I dysentery, diarrheal and bowel complaints ge
rally. It I* admirably suited for every race
men on the face of the globe.
It Is a very significant fact, that notwlth«ta
ing the long period of years that the "P.,
KILLER" has been before the world, 11
nevwlost one whit of its nopnlarity, but, on
contrary, the call for it has steadily increase
from ll* flrst discovery, and at no previous ti
I has the demand for it been so great, or the qn
illy made been so large, as it is to-day.
Another significant fact is, that nowhere h
ill" "PAINKILLER" ever been in higher
I *■*«<. dt Ireen more generally used by Tamil
I and individuals, than It ha* been here at horn,
where tt was first discovered and introduced
Thai tho "PAIN KILLER" will continue t,
1 Ire, what we have styled it, Tint orkat mkoicim
1 or tuk wosin, there cannot bo the shadow «f i
donbt.— frovtdence Advertiser. jyl6—lnula w
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
8 O'CLOCK. "
|t)7K* MONTH—Expenses paid-Mat,
«PO I *J or Female Agents—Horse and ontli
furnished. Address, Saco Noveitt Co., Saco
Me. Jelfl— A W
SCHOOLTEACHERS Wanting Employment
at from too to two per mouth, shonld addre*.
SIEGLEK k McCURDY, lv south Sixth street
Philadelphia, pa. jy 16—4 w
•iilli FROIW S0 CENTS.
12 samples sent (postage paid) for .Ml cents thai
retail readily for till. H. L. WOLCOTT, ISI
Chatham Square, N. Y. jy 16—«w
mHIS IS NO HUMBUG !
By sending 34 CENTS with age, height, eoiei
of eys and hair, you will receive by return mail,
a correct picture of your future husband or wife,
with name and date of marriage. Address W
FOP, P. 9. Drawer, No. 24, .'nlUonTille, N. Y.
je IS—lw
rjl II I A.N E C TAR
-*•. .. 1 .
IS A PP»I
BLACK TEA
J with the Green Tea Flavor. Warranted to writ
J all tastes. For sale everywhere. And for Bate
wholesale only by the
GREAT ATLANTIC AND PACIFIC TEA CO,
8 Church St., New York.
P.O. 80xf.506. Senrl for Thea-Nectar Circular
je 16-lw
XjIREE TO BOOK AOENTS.
We will send a handsome Prospectus of our
Aew Illustrated Family Hii.lt containing over 300
line Scripture Illustrations to any Book Agent
free of charge. Address NATIONAL PUB
LISHING CO., Phila., Pa., Atlanta, Ga., or St.
Louis, Mo.
~"-~-l' h»a tke dell, etc .a* rer>..kl. (
tl*. BOa-h,tOOM*
•rnrr Lady er «s*»~~-0'<l', "eMf
r I, mi... Hold hy
and Healer* In I'lll 11 MKU V .~»-.
I "CTTANTED—Agent*, (1(120 per 'Hay) to sell the
Tf celebrated HOME SHUTTLE SEWING
MACHINE. Has tlie underfed, makes the "lock
stitch" (alike on both sides,) Slid is fully licenced.
The best and cheapest family Sew ing Machine iv
ihe market. Address JOHNSON, CLABK k
CO., Busujii, Ma.s.. Pittsburg, Pa., Chicago, 111,
or St. Louis, Mo. , j« Ift—tw
■ > «■:•»! I"! KIN OF PRICES ~
X
TO , «M 011.M TO
REDUCTION OF DUTIES.
GREAT SAVING.**!© CONSUMERS
UV OETTIMI IP , l.llls.
HTSi-nd for our New Price List and a club
form will nccomixcny It, containing full directions
—making a large Having 10 consruners and re
munerative to clnb organizers.
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA CO.,
31 aud 33 Vara- St»eet,
j P.O. Box 6843. NxwYoas.
I*r XflX rived from the Greek, signifying the
power of the soul, spirit or mind, and is the basis
of all human knowledge. Psychomancy ia Un
title of a Hew work of uni pages, by IlrssssT
Hasmi.tos, B. A., giving fun Instructions in the
I science of Soul Cl.arailUM smiL Psychologic Fasci
nation ; how lv exert this wonderful power over
men or annuals instantaneously, at will. It
teaches Mesmerism, how to become Trance or
Writing Mediums, Im iuatam. Spiritualism; AP
I chemy, philosophy of omens and Dreams, Brig
| ham Young's Harem, Guide to Marriage, Ac.
1 This is the only book la *h# English language
1 professing to teach this occult power, and is of
immense advantage to the Merchant.in selling
1 goods, the Lawyer in gaining the confidence of
.lurun-, tlie Physician in healing the sick; to Lov
ers, iv securing the affections of the opposite sex,
aiid all seekirrg riches or happiness. Price by
mail, in cloth, *1.21 i; paper covers tl. Ag«nt*
wanted for this book, Private Medical Works,
Perfumery, Jewelry, Jtc, who will receive sam
ples free. A.fdress T. W. EVANS, Publisher
'' ,4 ' BO "'" Mh "''• l,Wla ' l>a '
lii kiTbYba.
WHAT IS ITT
It is a sure and Perfect Remedy for all Dis,
eases of the
Liver ami Spleen, Kntetrgrment or Obstruction 0/
Inlestiius, Urinary, Uterine or .tli.luMin.il Or
gans, Poverty oi> ,t Want of Mlaotl, Jnl.r
mlttent or Remittent Fevers, fiijLtna.
tioa n/ tier. Liner, lirupsy, Hlaygisk
Circulation of the Blood, .to
ncesses, Tumors, Jauntltce,
Scrofula, Dyspepsia*
Ague and Peter, or

L THEIR CONCOMITANTS
Ds. Wm.i.s having become aware of the exira-
I ordinary medicinal properties of the South Aiuer
l ran Plant, called
.TURUBEBA,
■ sent a special commission to Unit country to pro
cure it in its native pnrlty, and having found h.
j wonderful cui-.itive |u,,pei ues U) even exceed th*
anticipations formed by its great reputation, has
en, tu,1.,l to oiler it to the public, and is happy
j to i.ue that lie has perfected ;uiiiiigemeate for a
regular monthly supply of tills wonderful Plant.
He has spent much time experimenting and in
vestigating as tv the most efficient preparation
from it, fur popular use, and has for some time
used in his own praclico witk.iiuwi happy re
sults, the eflVctual medicine now presented lo the
lIR. WELLS' EXTRACT OF .11 Hi BEHA

rl he confidently recommend* It toawery fiunily
a household remedy "which shorrld be freely
taken as a Hi....111 Pi's'imk* in all deraugemeiiis
ni the rysleiii and animate and fortify all weak
and sy-mpaiheiie lemimrameul*.
JOHN H. KEI.LOOG,
1» Piatt St., New York.
Sole Agent for the United suite.
Price (me Dollar ire.- Bottle. Send for Circular.
TOBACCO, CIGARS, Ac.
r. WHI'M.OCg. SLI.IS ASSAM.
"Uf HtTLOCK k AltllAM.
MANUFACTURERS OF CIGARS,
AMD WH.iI.KHAI.K AMI UTAH. lIIALKB* I*
SMOKING, CHEWING AND LEAP
TOBACCO.
Wb 16U1 Main Street, opposita St. Charle* Hotel.

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