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DAILY RICHMOND TIMES.
The DAILY TIMES is published at FIVE DOL
LARS per annum, provided payment be made at the
office, or by letter postpaid, in advance, or within 30
days from the commencement, of the subscriber’s year.
If payment be not so made within thirty days, SIX
DOLLARS will he charged, and in no case whatever
will an exception be made to this rule.
* ADVERTISING—For one square of FIFTEEN
LINES or less, first insertion 50 cents; and every
succeeding insertion 25 cents.
Thrice a week—For one square, first insertion 62i
cents; every succeeding insertion 374 cents.
Twice a week, or once a week—For one square, first
insertion 75 cents; every succeeding insertion 50 cents.
Advertisements of more than one square, will be ;
charged in the same proportion, according to the num
ber of squares. But if the advertisement exceed one
square, Or any number of full squares, by less than
eight lines, tho additional lines will be charged as a.
half square; if it exceed one square, or any number of
full squares, by eight lines, the additional lines will be
charged an a full square.
The number of insertions of Advertisements must
be noted on the MS., or they will be inserted until order
ed to be stopped, and charged accordingly.
Annual Advertisers are charged $50 for 26 lines, and
in that proportion for advertisements of greater length ;
and $30 for 13 lines, and in that proportion for adver
tisements of greater length; except Auctioneers, who
are charged $100 (paper included) lor all sales beloro
their doors.
S SUTHERLAND^ GUN MAKER, opposite
• the Virginia and Farmers’ Bank, Main street,
Richmond, Virginia, importer and dealer in GUNS,
PISTOLS, RIFLES, AND GUN MATERIALS,
CUTLERY AND FANCY GOODS, having de
termined to enlarge his business in all its branches,
has gone more largely into every department, and is
now receiving his fall supply of Guns. Pistols and Gun
Materials, for making and repairing; Sporting imple
ments, Powder Flasks, Shot Pouches and Bells, Per
cussion Caps, <Slc., of all the different makers.
Revolving and Rifle PISTOLS,
the following makers: Colt’s,
Stocking’s, Allen’s, Sprague’s and
Bacon’s. He buys for cash, and is
determined that no house North
shall keep a better assortment, nor sell at lower prices,
se 14 3m __
Ilf PORT ANT NO TICE TO BOOT WEAR
ERS.—Fine Calfskin Sewed BOOTS at only
$3 50.—J. II. ANTHONY, Columbian Hotel cor
ner, has now on hand an assortment of the above
Boots, made expressly to his order, which he is selling
at the low price of $3 50. Gentlemen who have been
waiting, can now be supplied—-together with an assort
ment of Moleskin IIATS, of the best quality, for
$3 50; second quality, $3; Silk Hats $2 50. no 13
ENTJSTRY—G. W. JONES, Dentist, torm
erlyof Brooklyn, New York, has opened rooms on
North side Main street, between 9th and 10th, No. 204.
Is prepared to perform thorough and durable work, in
serting Mineral teeth on plate, with or without the artifi
cial gums; sustained by atmospheric pressure, answering
the purpose of the natural teeth not only as ornaments,
but in tnc articulation of language and the mastication
of food. Also, all other operations connected with
Dentistry. Deferences—Drs Allen, Angell, Giddings
and Byrne, Rev.’d Drs. Stone Baleh and Cutler of
Brooklyn, and New York; Drs. Cunningham, llaxall
and Dean of Richmond. oe!5—tf
AIYIA UmililKU Mg
B1 received by express,a splendid lot of heavy —Just
lish and French piaid eassimere Pants; also, superior
black doeskin Pants. For bargains call on
no lfi KEEN, CHILES & CO.
For parties—splendid rich si^lk
VESTS.—By Adams’ express we have received a
beautiful assortment of party Vests, ol beautiful rich
silk; also, black and lancy silk, eassimere, merino,
satin and grey mixed eassimere Vests. For a nice ar
ticle, cheap, call at No. 102.
no 1G KEEN, CHILES & CO.
Devonshire kersey togas.—Re
ceived this day by express, another lot of those
very desirable English Devonshire Togas. Call and see
them at No. 102.
no 1G KEEN, CHILES & CO.
OGGETT & ANDERSON, UPHOLSTER
ERS AND PAPER HANGERS, Corner of
Franklin and Governor streets, have just received
for the Fall trade, a large and beautiful assortment ot
paper hangings Borders, curtain Papers, curtain Goods
of overy variety, a large supply of floor oil Cloths,
from the best to the cheapest; Spanish Matting, Win
dow Shades, Venetian Blinds, hair-cloth sofa Springs
and upholstering Materials generally, always on hand ;
curled hair and shuck Mattresses, of the best quality ;
feather Beds, Bolsters and Pillows, ail of which will be
Bold at the most reasonable prices, and every exertion
made to givesatisfaction. se 3(1—3m
1CHMOND AND DANVILLE RAIL.
ROAD COMPANY.—The third annual meet
ing of the Stockholders in the “Richmond and Danville
Railroad Company” will be held at the office of the
company, in the city of Richmond, on Wednesday, the
11th day of December, 1850, at 12o’clock,M.
P. VAN DEUKSEN, Clerk.
form of a power of attorney to vote at a meet
ins of tiie stockholders.
Know all men by these presents; That I,-of
-, do hereby constitute and appoint-my true and
lawful attorney, for me and in my name to vote on all
questions that may be brought before the annual meet
ing of the Stockholders of the Richmond and Danville
Railroad Company, to be held in the city ol Richmond,
on Wednesday, the 11th day of December, 1850, or at
any adjourned meeting thereof, hereby ratifying all the
acts ol my said attorney in the premises as fully as if 1
werepresent and voting in person.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto affixed my
hand and seal, this-day ol 1850.
[seal.]
Note.—When tha proxy is signed by more than one
stockholder it must by changed to the plural form; and
when more than one attorney is named,state that‘they
or either of them,” may act. “All proxies to represent
stockholders, must be under the hand and seal of the
stockholder.’i_P. V. D. Clerk.
Bl, V A K1S1K, IIIKS1. IS AMU 1 n f.l'US
BROOKS & BELL, No. 17, Pearl street, have
received per recent arrivals, and otter for sale upon fa
vorable terms—
8-4 and 9-4 Twilled and Duffil Blankets, common to
superior.
Black and brown Kerseys.
Blue and brown Tweed Jeans.
The attention of Southern Traders is particularly ask
ed to their large stock of heavy white and grey Blan
kets, so well adapted to their wants. no 16
-j ANAN4N4WN FEET NORTHERN
WHITE PINE, of very supe
rior quality, of all thickness, now landing^by Schr. Z
Stratton, ior sale from wharf by
no 2 R. S. GLAZEBROOK.
ENGINE BERMUDA ARROW ROOT.
MM a fresh and nice article, for sale by
ALEX. DUVAL, Druggist,
po 25 147 Main street.
C" NARD"TABl.ES.— On hand.iustreceived,a lew
J pair of Card Tables, which will he sold low by
GEO. J. SUMNER,
no 7 Furniture Dealer, No. 63 Main st.
FOR SA^E—20 shares Va. Fire and Marine,
3000Richmond City stock, in sums to suit pucha
sers, by C. W. PURCELL & CO.,
noli Stock and Exchange Brokers.^
BERMUDA ARROW ROOT.—Prime quality
Bermuda Arrow Root, for sale by
PURCELL, LADD & CO.
no 23 Druggists &2|Main st. corner 14 st.
in I,OCR TIN IN BARS—SHEET AND
JS* SLAB SPELTER.—A supply, reeoiving per
| Bchr. New York, lor saMiy ^ SINTON & CO.,
no 28 71 Main street.
■ MIRE WINTER STRAINED SPERM
Jr oil
Pure Sperm Candles
Received and tor sale.
„o 5 _ JOHN F. REEVE. _
TtfAII.S.—100 kegs extra quality northern cut Nails
M landing to-day -^al^by,^ & CQ
no 28 71 Main street.^
Maccaroni—
Raisins
Buckwheat Flour
Received and fpr sale by
no 19 JOHN I'. REEVE.
■ A MAN ANANAfc FIRST quality 12 inch hunch
cypress SHINGLES, daily
expected and for sale by R g GLAZEBROOK.
JUST received per packet, a new aud handsome as
sortment ot CARPETINGS and RUGS, to
which we solicit a call, at
no 27 CHAS. HARTWELL & CO. S.
ACONII SIDES.—22 casks prune, tor sale by
no 26 WILLIAMS & CLAIBORNE.
!
(
ALUM SPRING PILLS, for sale by
ALEX. DUVAL, Druggist,
de 5 147 Main st.
I> AM AN TINE CANDLES.—90 boxes,
landing and lor sale by __
de 5 E. If. SKINKER.
PPL ES.—Tjo ljbls. Albemarle Golden Pippin
Apples, very nice, lor sale by
f no 13 SlIEILDS & SOMERVILLE.
A- L B EMARLE P IF P1N S.—12 bbls., receiv
ing, lor sale by
no 25 JOHN N. GORDON & SON.
ALBEM ARTE PIPPINS.—20 bbls. just re
ceived bv
no 16 _RAGLAND & BROTHERS.
A” SUPPLY LEATHER IIOSE just receiv
ed and for sale. m
au 7 _T. A. RUST.
OSTON REFINED SUGAR, landing and
for sale by
de 4 DAVENPORT ALLEN & CO.
UCKWHEAT FLOUR.—Supeiior Buck
wheat Flour, just received, in barrels and small
bags, for sale by _ED. M. MORGAN.
UCKWHEAT.—A superior article, in boxe°
for sale by DAVIS GODDIN.
BUTTER.—A few lirkins very superior, just re
ceived.
no 23 L. D. A W. G. CRENSHAW & CO.
BAR IRON.—2 tons up country Bar Iron, from
Weaver’s Forge, for sale by
no 5_SHEILDS & SOMERVILLE.
RAGG’S FAMILY FLOUR, in whole and
half barrels, with other choice brands, for sale,
no 7. JOHN F. REEVE.
B' ROOMS & BUCKETS. —200 dozen Brooms,
vaiiousqualities; 100 dozen Painted buckets—
for sale by __A. S. LEE.
BUTTER.—12 kegs Mountain Butter, of prime
quality, receiving and tor sale by
jio 20 __TINSLEY & BRYANT.
BACON_25 hhds. prime Western Sides, for
sale by
no 30_S. McGRUDER. & SONS.
JT4AULDRONS, iiolding from 35 to 60 gallons,
for sale by
de 4 C. J. SINTON & CO.,71 Main st.
C~ ROMMELIN’S MUSTARD—In quarter lb.
cans, lauding and lor sale by
_de 5_WILLIAMS & CLAIBORNE.
CHAMOIS SKINS.—Fine Chamois Skins, for
cleaning windows and furniture, tor sale by
de4 _ DOVE & ISAACS._
CHEESE.—80 boxes, landing and for sale by
_ile 4_WILLIAMS A. CLAIBORNE.
COAL-PIT OIL.—10 tierces best quality,receiv
ing and for sale by
_no30 _S. McGRUDER & SONS.
CHEESE.—300 boxes prime Cheese; 150 boxes
English dairy Cheese, receiving and for sale by
no 30 6 _TINSLEY & BRYANT.
COFFEE .—300 bags prime Rio and Laguayra, re
ceiving and for sale by
no30 TINSLEY & BRYANT.
(NOTI ON YARNS.—5000 ibs. i arns, receiving
J and for sale by
no 30__FRY & McCAN PUSH.
C'lOFFEE.—100 bags prime Rio und Laguyra Cof
J lee, lor sale by
no 30_FRY & McCAN PUSH.
ClHEESE.—75 boxes prime Cheese, daily expect
/ ed, for sale by _A. S. LEE.
C1HEESE—A fine arlieie, lor sale by
> oc 19_DAV IS & GODPIN.
CASTANETS.—Boxwood and Ebony Castanets,
for sale al . GINTER’S, 73 Main st.
no 21 __
C'lUT NAILS.—Best Northern mauulactured,Irom
J 3 dy. to 7 inch Spikes, received and lor sale by
au 7 _THOS. A. RUST.
(SHEWING TOBACCO, a superior article, ior
J sale by DAVIS .V GODDlN.
C1HEESE.—Just received a lot of imitation Eog
> lish and common Cheese, lor sale,
oc 16 ED. M. MORGAN.
Dressing gowns.—a good stock oi Gent’s
Dressing Gowns, lor sale at
no 30 _ CHENERY’S.
DRIED PEACHES.—10 bushels, unpaired, re
ceiving and lor sale by
no 20 _TINSLEY & BRYANT.
English white lead, in kegs of 112
ibs., for sale by
Oe 4 DOVE & ISAACS.
INMOltY—A lew kegs superior quality, received
J and for sale by _
an 7 ____THOS. A. RUST.
1NLOUR.—100 bbl3."fiiie” Flour, in store on con
signment, and for sale by
no 3o_ TINSLEY & BRYANT.
FIRE CRACKERS.—50 packages No. IFire
Crackers,just received, for sale by
no 26 WM. TAYLOR.
FAMILY ROE HERRINGS, for sale by
oc W_ DAVIS & GODPIN.
I7MVE hundred bales northern
. HAY, in store, lor sale by
no 19 _KAN’KIN & WHITLOCK._
Fifty rbls. no. 3 mackerel, ior
sale by
no 23__FRYJt, McCANBLISH.
S[FAMILY BACON HAMS—A lew Virginia
cured with hickory ashes, iorsale by
no 22 _FRY & McCAN PUSH.
Grind-stones.—200 best Nova Scotia
Grind-stones, lot sale.
no 30 S. McGRUDER & SONS.
£ \ UANO.—50 tons superior “Fatagonian” Guano,
MU' landing and for sale by
no 15 SHE1LDS & SOMERVILLE._
gr'1 RINDSTONKS.—200 Nova Scotia Grindstones,
tMfoe very best grit, for sale b^ H SK1NKER.
Hay AND SALT.—325 bales Northern Hay.
565 sacks Worthington Salt, afloat lor salelby
tie 4 EDMOND & DAVENPORT.
flfOLLINS’ FAMILY & EXTRA FLOUR,
.ML for sale byDAVIS & GODDIN.
HYDRAULIC CEMENT, warranted of the
best quality, lor sale by ,
no 23 DAVENPORT, ALLEN & CO.
Hollins’ family flour, of superior
quality, iust received and for sale by
no 1 Li D. & W. G. CRENSHAW & CO.
RON WIRE, all sizes: also, a lot of Steel Wire
for sale by _'1 IIOS. A. RUST,
■JUDD’S PATENT" SPERM CANDLES;
«P Olive Oil, oi extra fine quality—receiving and tor
aa|e hy S, IVlcGRUDER & SONS.
NETTING YARNS.—A complete assoitmeut
of knitting yarns all colours, tor sale hy
de 4 CHARLES HARTWELL & CO.
■ UMP PLASTER.—25 tons, landing Ironi sehr
Advanee,in the Dock,for sale by
no 25 _SHE1LDS & SOMERVILLE.
T AGUA V RA COFFEE.—50 bags prime,laud
JLi ing per steamer, tor sale by
no 12_WILLIAMS & CLAIBORNE.
* OUISIANA RUM.—25 bbls. Louisiana Rum,
M-d for sale by
oc 25 CHAS. T. WORTHAM & CO.
u i ultPOOL FINE SALT.—1000 sacks in
M-d good order, afloat and tor sale by
jo, 22 _ DAVENPORT, ALLEN & CO.
g ARD.—50 kegs (M. Briggs) prime family Lard,
M-d in store and for sale by
oc25_CHAS.T. WORTHAM & CO.
•g" ONE COMBS.—Tortoise shell and Brazilian
H i taper and straight end Long Combs, for sale at
no 21 GlN’l'ER’S, 73 Main at.
IAIET—700 bbls. Rockland Lime, momentarily
M-d expected and for sale,
no 19 __ RANKIN & WHITLOCK.
T IME.—800 casks iresh Rockland Lime, mo
M-d mentlv expected, perschr John, and for sale,
no29 __RANKIN & WHITLOCK.
LIME.—Daily expected, 500 casks Iresh Thomas
tou Lime, lor sale hy
no27 HASKINS & LIBBY
■r lVE GEESE l'E.\TIIEItS,ot prime quali
I-d ty, receiving and for sale hy
no 1 L. D?& W. G. CRENSHAW & CO._
MOUNTAIN BUCKWHEAT FLOUR,
lfJL expected this morning by _
n0 16 F RAGLAND & BROTHERS,
mf ASON’S IILACKING.—25 gross, laudiug
no 28ndlor aaleWilliams & claiborne.^
MATCHES.—300 gross best quality Matches
landing and for sale by H. W. TYLER._
M~ O LASSES.-50 bbls. N. 6. Molasses, for sale
by _CHAS. T. WORTHAM & CO.
ACKEHEL—Nos. 1 ar.tl 2 for sale by
no27_RAGLAND & BROTHERS. _
■msw CROP PRUNES.—50 small boxes new
lW crop Prunes, very nice, received, tor sale by
de 4 LOUIS J . BOSS I L U X.
KT' E. RUM.—25 bbls pure N. E. Rum, landing
• and for sale bv
de 4_WILLIAMS & CLAIBORNE. .
mjO. 1 MACKEREL, in kits; do I and * bbls
ill no 13_’_J. E. REEVE.
mro. 1 MACKEREL, in kits, for sale by
ill ocia DAVIS & GODDIN.
mrEW ORLEANS AND CURS SUGAtt.
11 11 hhds., landing per steanior, for sale by
no 12 WILLIAMS & CLAIBORNE.
T1JEW RICE.—5 tierces prime, for sale by
11 no 19_E.JI. SKINKER.
ONIONS.—A small lot of Onions in barrels, for
sale on consignment by
no 30 R. S. Gt.AZEBROOK.
OLD ITeNNESSY BKAMH .—2 arid a ball
pipes, vutage 1844, for sale by
[ no 11 WILLIAMS * CLAIBORNE.
ONE HUNDRED BBLS. NO. 1 GROSS
Herrings, in store and for sale low.
no 19_RANKIN & WHITLOCK.
ORLEANS SUGAR.—25 hhds prime, in store,
tor sale by E. II. SKINKER.
RIME MOUNTAIN BUTTER.—25 lirkins
prime Mountain Butter, for sale by
ec 29 A. S. LEE.
RESERVING KEITLES.—A supply Brass
Bell Metal aad Porcelain, lor sale by -
_au 7_THOS. A; RUST.
POTATOES.—200 bushels Mercer Potatoes, re
ceived per schr Columbia, a prime article for fa
mily use,lor sale by J. & E. CLENDINING.
P' AINTED BUCKETS.—100 dozen, receving,
tor sale by
no 25 E. II. SKINKER.
P~ ORTO RICO MOLASSES.—50 hhds. lor sale
by_ DAVENPORT, ALLEN & CO.
Principe cigars.—54,000 steam Boat
brand, just received and for sale by
no 30 WILLIAMS &, CLAIBORNE.
UEEN CITY HAMS—A lull supply ol
1JL thesejustly celebrated Hams, instore and for
sale by _ WILLIAMS & CLAIBORNE.
RAISINS.—200 whole, half and quarter boxes,
landing and for sale by
de 5_WILLIAMS* J3LAIBORNE._
ROOFING TIN.—50 boxes receiving, for sale by
no 30_E. H. SKINKER.
RAISINS.—500 whole, half and quarter boxes,
receiving and for sale by
no 30 TINSLEY & BRYANT.
Richmond directory—nash &
WOODHOUSE have a supply of the Rich
mond Directory for sale. no 23
RAISINS.—YVliole, half and quarter boxes, lor
sale by WILLIAMS* CLAIBORNE,
no 26
u iiii ji jcj a is jljj urouna uinger ana repper,
landing and for sale by
no30 WILLIAMS & CLAIBORNE.
u'UPERIOR CHEWING TOBACCO, tor
£3 sale by DAVIS & GODDIN.
^NEED’S FAMILY FLOCK — lot) bariela,
very superior, receiving anil lor sale by
no 28_WILLIAMS & CLAIBORNE.
SALMON AND MACKEREL—No. l Sal
►3 mou anil No. 1 Mackerel, received anil torsale.
oc 16_ _ ED. M. MORGAN.
SAL. SODA.—35 bbls. prime quality,for saieby
no 13_DAVENPORT^ ALLEN & CO.
ibl ALT.—200 sacks Salt, lor sale by
~ no' 6 WM. TAYLOR.
SHOULDER BACON—800 lbs. Shoulder Ba
con, for sale by
no29 CI1AS. T. WORTHAM & CO.
MFIALIAFUKKO’S EXTRA FLOUR_50
JL bbls. instore, for sale by j
no 30 ' E. H. SKINKER.
THE American Almanac ami Repository of Usciui
Knowledge ior 1851, received and lor sale by
no 30 ' NASH & WOODHOUSE.
riAEiV BBLS. PATENT LARD OIL—So
J- much called for—momently expected.
no 29_RANKIN &. WHITLOCK.
riVEN BBLS. CHAMPAGNE CIDER, in
A store, aud tor sale.
no 29RANKIN & WHITLOCK.
TEAS.—Supeiiorgreen and black Tea, received
and lor sale.
oc 10 ED. M. MORGAN.
f*4EN BBLS. FINE YORK PIPPIN AP
Ji. PLES,lor saieby
no 6 R. S. GLAZEBROOK.
flDVENTY HALF BARRELS GRAY’S
J. CELEBRATED PALE ALE, received and
for sale by_ J. & F. CLEND1NING.
TAR.—50 bbls Tar, in prime erder, for sale by
no 23 A. S. LliE.
rMIAR, in good order and for sale by
M. no 21 E. H. SKINKER.
1 YEN BARRELS OLD RYE WHISKEY,
. “ZeiglcTs" bruud, ior sale by
_no 8_J. WOMBLE & CO.
UMBRELLAS.—Siik and cotton Umbrellas at
all prices, for sale at CHENERY’S,
de 4 _Opposite Depot.
IHGIN1A CLOVER SEED—50 bushels
prime Mountain Cloverseed, for sale by
no 2 SHEILDS & SOMERVILLE.
WINDOW GLASS.-8 by 10 and 10 by 12,
landing and for sale by
_de 4 WILLIAMS & CLAIBORNE.
WINE.—20 quarter and eighth casks good Sher
ry aud Madeira Wine, for sale by
de 5 E. H. SKINKER.
WOOL AND FEATHERS—IOUO pounds
Wool; 5000 pounds Live Geese Feathers—on
consignment, lor sale by A. S. LEE.
WINDOW GLASS—8 by 10, and 10_by 12
landing, lor sale by
no 26 WILLIAMS & CLAIBORNE.
YOUNG HYSON TEA, of extta quality, by
the Memento, received and lor sale by
no 4 JOHN F REEVE.
4 CHESTS FINE OOLONG TEA, for family
use, for sale by
no4 - JOHNJSI. GORDON & SON.
i H DDLS. 3 YEARS OLD SOUTH
JLW AMFTON AFFLE BRANDY, lor sale,
no 20 JAS._WINSTON._
f <1 BBLS. WINE SOP APPLES, in line
H ” order, for sale.
no 13 .1. F. REEVE.
| « KEGS GLADE’S BUTTER, by the
Al *3 last boat, for sale,
de l __ JAS. WINSTON.
£3{fk KEGS NO, 1 FAMILY LAUD, for
sale by DAVIS & GODDIN.
£3 BOXES and bbls. loat, powdered and
S*0O3 crushed SUGAR,per last boat, forsale.
no 30_ JAS. WINSTON.
£3K HMDS, and tierces Cuba and Porto Rico
^443 SUGAR,for sale.
no 30_ JAS. WINSTON.
BBLS. & BOXES LOAF,CRUSHED
~**3 AND CLARIFIED SUGAR, by last boat,
for sale. JAS. WINSTON.
«3f3 BALES OF COTTON, forsale.
*3f*t no 30 JAS. WINSTON.
~T3k BBLS. SHAD & ROE HE RINGS,
tlv forsale. JAS. WINSTON,
no 23
kjjkk BOXES PRIME CHEESE, receiving,
lor sale by
no 29 WEBB, BACON & CO.
~g HA BBLS. POUDRETTE, lor sale.
1UUdo2:i JAS. WINSTON.
1 fkfk BOXES BROWN’S TALLOW
Jk vFkF CANDLES, just received, forsale.
no 20 JAS. WINSTON.
g AA BAGS RIO AND LAGl'AYRA
1.WU COFFEE, forsale.
no 30 JAS. WINSTON._
sl/m BOXES adamantine and tallow CAN
»UU DLES, for sale,
no 30_ JAS. WINSTON.
A ST^k BBLS. FLOUR, Scottsville inspec
JXF tion, landing, this morning, lor sale by
no 18 RAGLAND & BROTHERS.
•grg Bags PERUVIAN GUANO, r«
ceiving for sale.
de 5 JAS. WINSTON.
1WTAILS—Cumberland factory Nails
JL^i Do warehouse do
Dover Mills, assorted
For sale by
- no23 DAVENPORT, ALLEN & CO._
^AL\1> OIL, in flasks, a superior article;for ta
lc? bie use, for sale by
ALEX. DUVAL, Druggist,
no 25 147 Main st.
P A PIER MYOIIIE W AITEKS.—iTand
some assortments of Papier Macliie and Ground
Bottom English Waiters, for sale by
R. M. ZIMMERMAN,
no 15 151 Main st.
WHITE NOUGAT.—Another supply of tha
delicious Candy, just received and for sale by
. SIMON BONAVITA,
no27 No. 1G8,opposite the Banks of Va.
EDUCED IN PRICE—MAYO’S GUIDE
TO MAGISTRATES.—Mayo’s Guide to Ma
gistrates,! vol.,8vo., price reduced to $1.
MORRIS & BRO.,
no G Sole Agents of the owner and author.
PPI.E DR ANDY.—15 bbls old Apple Bran*
dy,lbr sale by
de 2 E. H. SKINKER.
IMITATION BRANDT.—10 half and quarter
pipes, for sale by
de 2 E. H. SKINKER.
WIIISKEY.—25 bbls good Tuscaloosa Whis
key; 20 bbls good Monongaliela do; 7 bbls
very old Rye do—for sale by
de 2 _E. H. SKINKER.
LAB ASTER GOODS.—Splendid Alabaster
Paper, Weights, Pincushions, Inkstands, &c.,for
sale by R. M. ZIMMERMAN,
no 28 151 Eagle Square.
[KJ tiT CRACKERS.—Superior article of Nut
il Crackers, for sale by
II. M. ZIMMERMAN,
no 28 151 Main st.
E AUTIPUL GUITARS—NASH &
WOODHOUSE have just received a large as
sortment of line tuned Guitars, from the best makers in
the country.
Those wanting really good Guitars, beautifully fin
ished, and at low urices, can be supplied by the subscri
bers. no 30
RODGER’S RAZOR STRAPS.—The best
Razor Straps in use manufactured by the celebrated
Cutlers Joseph Rodgers & Sons, Sheffield, England.—
We have sold a great many and have not heard that
they failed in any case to give the greatest satisfaction.
For sale by PURCELL, LADD, & CO ,
de2 Druggists, 1)2 Main st. comer 14th. '
ra iO MILLINERS_The attention of Milliners
SL ia invited to call and examine an assortment of
New Style Goods, in their line,opening litis mornig at
No ft 15ili st.
dep2_’ GEO. X SUMNER^
MACKEREL.—No 1 quality, in bail and quarter
kegs, lor sale.
ED. M. MORGAN,
de2 Main Street.
^HAVING SOAP,—V room & Fowler’s Walnut
£? Oil Military,the best soap in use, Haule’s & Rous
sel's shaving Cream, Low’s Tablet Brown Windsor,
Honey and soaps of other celebrated maaes. For sale
by PURCELL,LADD & CO.,
de 2 Druggists, 22 Main st., cor. 14th
DUS El > PEACHES, a very superior article,
pealed and unpealed, lor sale
ED. M. MORGAN,
de 2 Main Street.
174INE CIGAKS, Havana and Principe Cigars,
ol (inequality,favorite brands, for sale by
PURCELL,LADD &. CO.,
de 2 Druggists, 92,Main st.,corner 14th.__
C(HEWING TOBACCO,superior ChewingTo
) bacco, selected from the most approved brands,
natural and sweetened to suit all tastes, for sale by
PURCELL, LADD & CO„
de 2 Druggists, 92 Main st.,corner 14th
I NINE Will I E I BEX II ELANNEL.—A
. beautitul assor'ment of white Flannel, for infants’
ware at CHAS HAKTWELLS& CO’S,
de 2 Opposite the Swan Tavern.
HITE CRAPE SHAWLS.—We have in
95 store a few white Crape Shawls, which will
be sold cheap at
CHAS. HARTWELL & CO’S.,
no 29 Opposite Swan Tavern.
&JII 1NGLES. SHINGLES. SHINGLES—
Czf 135,000 0 inch bunch Shingles, superior to any
thingtn market, now landing from schr. II. W. Col
lins, in Dock, and for sale by
no29 R. S. GLAZEBROOK.
17*0K III BE, for the balance ol the year a young
. NEGRO WOMAN, accustomed to waiting in
the house. RAGLAND &. BROTHERS,
no 27
.Trench & English letter pa.
PER.—A supply of our own importation, just re
ceived and ior sale low by
no 23 MORRIS & BROTHER.
DR. S. P. TOWNSEND’S COMPOUND
EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA, THE
MOST CELEBRATED MEDICINE OF THE
AGE. 1,5(H),000 JJOl TLES A1ANUFACTUR
ED YEARLY. Warranted to keep for any lengti
of time in all climates, and is a sovereign remedy for all
diseases of the blood.
The above Compound can be bought at my store at
one-half tho price it is sold for at.any other store in '.his
city—corner of Cary and 17th streets, Richmond,
au 2G dts _ JOHN F. MATHEWS.
OMNIBUS FOR SALE.—For sale on very ac
commodating terms, an OMNIBUS, with Har
ness nearly new, and in complete order,
no 27 __R, CAUTHORN.
ECONOMICAL SOAPS,
ll Palm Soap, in bars
White Castile Soap
Red Mottled do do
The above are excellent Soaps for winter use—for
sale by PURCELL, LADD & CO., Druggists,
uo 27 92 Main st., corner 14th.
C1 AS.—The subsertners are prepared to receiveor
I dera ' or fitting up gas pipes in stores, hotels, pri
vate houses, churches, ifre., in the very best manner, and
on reasonable terms. Apply ut their ibundry, corner ol
9th and Cary street.
au 21—2uwts J. F. &■ L. L. BARNS.
FUST RECEIVED, per Adams & Co.’s Express,
a new and hadsome supply oi Jenny Lind Cloaks,
embroidered, at
CHAS. HARTWELL & CO.’S,
no 26 Opposite Swan Tavern.
tPREPARED FAR1NI; Rice Flour; Rio Tapioca;
Peart Sago. The above articles of diet, fresh—
for sale by ALEX. DUVAL, Di iggist,
no 25 147 Ma n street.
J4L ANN’ELS .—White Flannels from is. to the
better qualities ; reit do at 18fc. to better qualities;
yellow, black, green, blue and lead coloured, tor sale at
de 4 CHENERY’S.
Merino shirts anD Drawers—
Cent’s Merino Shirts
Do silk do
Do cotton do
Do merino Drawers
Ladies’ merino and silk Vests
Children’s merino Shirts
For salo at CIIENERY’S,
de 4 Opposite Depot.
AY .*>14 RTIN’S BLACKING—1 cask
of this superior fluid Blacking, in assorted jars,
llie cleanest and best Japan Blacking in use, for sale by
de 4 _DOVE .*, ISAACS.
J JI/k BBLS. SCOTTSVJLLE SUPER
I ¥ FINE FLOUR, landing this morning,
and for sale by
de 4 ___ RAGLAND & BROTHERS.
jVLiJOll AIR LACE.—Mohair Laeo for trimming
ItJL dresses and cloaks, lor sale by
J. G. CHENERY,
no 30 Opposite Depot.
APPLES,—25 bbls. fine Apples, in good order
just received for sale by
SIMON BONAVITA,
no 29 168 Main st., opposite Bank ot V’a.
MERICAN MAUE PISTOLS, the barrels
bored Irom solid bars of line cast steel, and war
ranted, for sale at
oe 14 __SUTHERLAND’S.
BACON SIDES.—10,000 lbs. prime bright Ba
con Sides, without back bone, just received and
for sa le by
no29 CHAS. T. WORTHAM & CO._
OLD DOMINION NAILS ON CONSIGN
MENT.— 500 kegs Nails, of the above brand, on
consignment, for sale by
sa 16__ _A. S. LEE.
POTATOES.—1500 bushels superior Nova Sco
tia Potatoes
150 tons Lump Plaster
Momently expected, per brig Village Belle,
no 29_RANKIN & WHITLOCK.
HAMS.—10 tierces family Hams, for sale by
do 4 EDMOND & DAVENPORT.
Religious books justbeceiveil
The Christian Professor, addressed in a series of
counsels and cautions,by John Angel James.
The Pleasures ot Religion, by Rev. Henry Foster
Border, D. D.
Religion and Eternal Life, by J. G. Pike.
The Soul’aConHictand Victory over itself by Faith,
by Rev. Richard Sibbes, 1). D.
Communicant’s Companion, by Rev. M. Henry.
Philip’s Devotional Guide, by Rev. Ro. Philip, with
an introductory essay by Rev. Albert Barnes.
Christianity Revived in the East, or a Narrative o
the Work o. God among the Armenians of Turkey, by
II. G. O. Dwight.
The Morning of Joy, being a sequel to the Night of
Weeping, by Rev. Horstius Bonar.
The Night ot Toil, or a familiar account of the la
bours oi the first Missionaries in the South Sea Islands.
Private Devot'ons, by Hannah Moore.
The Golden Treasury for the Children of God.
Memoirs of Mrs. Helen M. Mason, Missionary to
Burmah, (a new work, just published by L. Colby.)
Also, a further supply of Churches and Sects, con
taining a brief account of the Origin, History, Doc
trines, Church Governments,mode of Worship, Usages
and Statistics of each Religioas Denomination as lar
as known, be Rev. P. D. Gorrie, P. D.
Eorsale at the Baptist Book Store.
no 28 CHAS. WORTHAM, Depositary.
Harpjek’s magazine fok decem*
BER.—International lor December, and speci
men copies of Godey’s Lady’s Book for January. Any
two oi the above will be sent to one address, one year
for five dollars.
de 4 GEO. M. WEST & BOTHER.
VEKYBODY’S ALMANAC AND" DIA
RY, for 1851,containing a list of government
officers, commerce and resources of the Union, reports
of cotton,and general information, for the merchant,
tradesman and mechanic; together with a complete
memoranda of every day in the year. For sale by
JAS. B. GIBB,
no 30 58, opppsite City Hotel.
TO-JEW BOOKS.—Dr. Berg’s Lecture in answer
lM to Bishop Hughes, on the decline of Protestantism
—121 cents. Protestants, read it !
The Divorced wile, a new work, by T. S. Arthur—
25c.
Isabella, or the Pride of Palermo—25.
Harper’s Magazine for December—25.
The International, for December—25.
Dr. Beach’s Practice—$5. For sale at
DR. WALSH'S Cash Bookstore,
de4 Broad street, north of Theatre.
AKPEK’S MAG AZIN 15 ~ for December,
received by NASH & WOODIIOUSE.
This number is the commencement of a new volume,
and affords a favorable time to subscribe.
•‘The leading object of this new monthly Magazine
is to present to die public, in handsome style and at
a cheaper rate, a greater amount of reading matter,
combining entertainment with instruction, than any
other periodical in the world.”
Price $3 per annum. de 4
Home manufactured blank
BOOKS.—J. W. RANDOLPH has connected
with his book-store an extensive bindery. Books hound
in any style, and blank booksmade to order, of the best
materials, b.y superior workmen. The cheap northern
books also ior sale at 121 Main street._de 5_
JEFFERSON’S MANUAL —A Book every
jinetnberol the Legislature should own.
A'Manual of Parliamentary Practice, composed ori
ginally for the use of the Senate of the United States,
with references to the practices and rules of the House
of Representatives—the whole brought down to the
present time. To which is added the rules and orders,
together with the joint rules of both Houses of Con
gress, and acompanied with copious indexes.
For sale by MORRIS A BROTHER,
de 5 _
HARPER’S MAGAZINE FOR DECEM
BER.
The Luttre.Us, or the Two Marriages; a new novel,
bv F. \V illiams, Esq.
For sale by MORRIS & BRO.
de4 ” _
TiliCEMBER NCR IIARPER’S.—J. W
BF RANDOLPH has received
Harper's Monthly Magazine—25.
The Luttrell’s, or the Two Marriages, by P. Willi
ams—25.
The Divorced Wife, by T. S. Arthur—25._
ENERAL NEWSPAPER AND PE
BjC RIODICAL AGENCY.—M. Goodwin Gen
try—Wm. T. Allen.—We receive every evening the
New York Daily Herald, Philadelphia Daily Ledger,
Baltimore Daily Sun and Clipper, Washington Daily
Union, Intelligencer and Republic; also, all weekly
Papers and monthly'Magazines, and ail new Novels
as soon as they are issued, and deliver them in any
part of the city at the publisher’s prices.
ALLEN & GENTRY,
de 4 No. 1094 Broad street.
rjjAIIE FIKs'l OF JANUA R Y will soon be
M. at hand, and I woald suggest to all who intend
opening a new sett of books, the propriety of lenviDg
their orders at 121 Main street, as easly as possible.—
Blank booke improve by age.
J. W. RANDOLPH.
JggP A large stock of ready mode blank books, ot
Richmond and northern manufacture always on hand,
de 2
BILL PAPERS.—.'. W.RANDOPH has for
slale. Foolscap Paper, ruled to various patterns
for Bills, at prices from 18 to 374 cts. per quire,
de 2
Cl AC R EDl GENES, orIPASSAGES IN
THE LIFE OF OUR SAVIOUR, by various
eminent writers, embellished with sixteen steel engra
vings.
The Coral Gift, or the Honors of the Deep, in four
cantos, by Edward A. McLaughlin. Forsuleby
JAS. B. GIBB,
no 30 53, opposite the City Hotel.
COPFERFIELD—COMPLETE.—The Per
sonal fHistory and Experience of David Copper
field, the Younger, by Charles Dickens, complete—50c.
This is considered one ot his best works.
Brother Jonathan, for Christmas—12c.
These things can be mailed to order.
GEO. M. WEST & BRO.,
no 23 Exchange Bookstore._
DISSOLUTION.—Having purchased the interest
of Mr. D. 15. Bridgford,ill the firm of Walsh &
Bridgford, the business from this date will be conducted
in my own name. All claims against the late firm will
be settled by me, and all persons indebted tu said firm
will make payment to me.
Thankful for past favors, I respectfully solicit a con
tinuation of the patronage of my friends and the public,
and pledge myself to sell BOOKS, PERIODICALS,
and STATIONARY as cheap as they can be bought
in this city.
JOHN T. WALSH
no24 Broad st. north of Theatre.
TO ASH & WOODiioUsE, 189 Main street,
respectfully invite the attention ol cle-gymen and
reading people of all denominations to their stock ol
Theological and Religious Works, Bibles, llymu
Books and Prayer Books, embracing, perhaps, the
greatest variety to be met vvitii in this State. Many rare
and valuable works can be seen, and all the popular
late publications of the day._no 30
sr&a CLOAKsT MAN TILLAS, AND Aj|gj
MILLINERY GOODS. ^S®
N. C. BARTON, 109 Main street.
Keeps on hand readymade Cloaks and Vissetts, ofva
rious patterns, and makes to order, at short notice by
experienced hands.
Also oil hand, every kind of Mipunery Goods,
handsome Head Ornaments,&e.
MILLINERY ,of every description, manufactured
to order.__ _ no 29_
n ODGER’S IVOR Y TABLE CUTLERY,
li A lew sets very fine, just opening this morning,
and for sale by
de 4 C.J. SINTON & CO., 71 Mainst.
£4 ALT AFLOAT.—950 sacks expected daily,
55 per schrs M. J- Peck aud Merchant, part Mar
shall brand, lor sale by
_de A_WILLIAMS & CLAIBORNE.
fxRUNIl LOT.—Justieceived by Adams <5s Go’s
Express—
Ladies’and gent’s kid Gloves—all colors
Valencenes Collars—with and without cuffs.
French work do do do do
A beautiful lot of French embroidered Hdkls
Lace and Muslin Sleeves.
The above ariicles we will sell low.
WORD, FERGUSON BARKSDALE,
de 4 No. 123 Main street.
HERRINGS.—20 bbls. superior No. 1 Polomac
Cut Herrings; 20 do. do. No. 1 Gross do.—ill
store, and for sale by
de 4 RANKIN & WHITLOCK.
CCRANBERRIES.—5 bbls. Cranberries, Iresh
t aud very nice, just received lor sale by
SIMON BONAVJTA,
no 29 No. 1G8 Main st., opposite Bank ot V'a.
raco Sl'OKTSMEN.—Walker’s genuine Percus
JL sion Caps, in tin boxes.
Cox’s water proof do do, in do do
A supply just imported aud for sale by the thousand
or single box, bv C. J. SINTON & CO.,
no 30 Importers of Hardware, 71 Main st.
I n* FOR BOSTON.—jF7r*f and only vessel.
iSfcEtilm The superior fine fast-sailing regular packet
schooner RAINBOW, Capt. Rogers,having a portion
of her cargo engaged and going on board, will sail with
all possible dispatch. For balance ot freight or passage,
fiaving superior accommodations, apply to Captain on
board, at Edmond & Davenport’s w harf, or to
no 21_ _ DAVID CURRIE.
jE®r FOR SAVANNA II. - The finefast-sailing
brig RICHMOND, Capt. McKmzie, having
the bulk of her cargo engaged can take 500 barrels.—
Apply to _ RANKIN & WHITLOCK.
M FOR RENT, the Store and Collar corner of
Main and 10th streets,suitable lor the shoe or gro
cery business. Possession given on the 22nd instant.—
Rent $250 ner annum. Apply to M. A. BAKGA
MIN.or ALEX. NOTT,
de4 Opposite tile City Hotel.
MFOIt SALE, a desirable family residence in
Marshall Place, adjoining Mr. R. T. Gwath
mey’s. Tlie terms of sale will be made known at
the residence. Possession given first January,
no 28—d2w _
MPOR RENT, the Tenement on Fraukiin
street, near Trinity Church, suitable for the genteel
accommodation of a large family.
For terms, apply to Mrs. Allison, opposite the African
Church. BENJAMIN WATERS,
jefi Exor. of Wm. Allison,dec’d.
aaa FOB SALE PRIVATELY—The corri
ftfiif] fortable dwelling house and Jo?, adjoining St.
James’s Church, fronting 93 feet on 5th street, running
back 130 feet, will be sold on accommodating terms if
early application be made to
JAMES T. SUTTON, Jr.,
Land, Pension and General Agent.
Also,the framed dwelling, fronting 261 feet on the
south side of Broad street, a few doors above Thomas
D. Quarles’s, and at present occupied by Mr. Dornin as
a grocery store.
no 25_J. T. SUTTON, Jr.
Aa FOR RENT, the Dwelling House situated on
BOS the South side of Marshall street, between 5 th and
6th streets, recently occupied by the Rev. If. P. Clover.
Its contiguity to business renders it very desirable as a
dwelling house. Possession can be obtained immedi
ately. For terms, which will be very moderate, apply
to__ _ JAMES BOSHER.
MFOR RENT—The tenement at present oc
cupied by the subscriber, corner of Main and 8th
streets, suitable lor the accommodation of a large family
or Boarding-house. Also, two other tenements suitable
for families. For terms, which will be reasonable, apply
to [de 8] JAMES BOSHER.
jK* A COMFORTRBLE Dwelling-home near
EM Duval street Church lor rent. Rent moderate.—
Apply to___ _JOHN F. REEVE.
FOR RENT*—The store and dweihng-hotise
lilill on Broad street, next door to the store of Mr. Jno.
F/Reeve. This house is at present occupied by Mr.
Wm. B. Ellis. Possession may be had on the first of
October. Apply to JAMES GRAY.
m FOR RENT, a neat family house on 2d st«
Kpii between Main and Franklin, at present occupied
by B. C. Gray, next door to Mr. Samuel P. Lathrop. 8
rooms will be paiuted and papered, and possession given
on the 1st October next. Apply to
jy 19_ JAMES GRAY.
MSi lO HlilV i — J lie handsome House and Hot
Jtacorner of Cary and 4th streets, recently occupied by
Alex. Brooks, Esq.
The House opposite the Columbian Hotel, which lias
been occupied lor some years as a tobacco lactory.—
There are fixtures comnleto for stemming tobacco now
in the house, which will be rented with it if desired.
The 1st story and cellar of the tenement on 18th st.
between Main and Franklin streets, late'y occupied by
E. B. Stephens. Apply to
au 5 RICHARD HILL, Jr..
jpa FOK RENT, the desirable brick residence,
WBt—every eonvenience’neeessary for a gemeel fa
mily, oA Marshall street, near the corner of Marshall
and Brook Avenue, at present occupied by Mr. John •
W. Kelly. Possession given on the 8th of December. j
Rent $225per annum.
TOLER & COOK, Agents,
no 20 Lisle’s Row, Pearl st.
MFOR RENT, two Dwelling Houses, with lour
rooms each, with kitchen finished in good style—si
tuated on Valley street.
Also, 2 Rooms in my house, corner of Main and
10th streets, suitable for offices. For terms, apply to
je 19 A. NOTT, Auct.
MFOR RENT, that desirable residence situa
ted near the corner of Broad and 9th streets, op
posite Valentine, Crenshaw & Co.’s store. The house,
is in good order and is well adapted for a genteel fami
ly residence.
Also, two handsome brick tenements at the corner of
Cary and 1st streets, with good kitchens, &c.; they have
been recently repainted and are in good repair. Apply
to
no 16 JAMES M. TAYLOR.
MFOR KENT, the upper part of the house on
the corner of Franklin and Governor streets, over
the office of E. Y. Cannon. The house is roomy, in
very good order, and is well adapted for a genteel board
ing house. Apply to
no 16_JAMES M. TAYLOR.
MFOR RENT, the Brick Dwelling on Locust
street, between Main and Franklin streets, next
door to the residence of 1,1 r. xYIcAdams, and at present
occupied by Mosby Johnson, Esq., containing 8 large
and comfortable rooms, a large brick kitchen, and wa
ter in the yard, and in every way suitable for a family
residence or boarding house. Possession given imme
diately. Rent $250 per year. Apply to
no 23 TOLER & COOK.
jb, TO LET—1 'wo iurmshed rooms, either with
or without board, as may be preferred. Apply
over the store of M«ssr9. Hart & Dandndge, Broad st.,
for terms. de 5—2t
jo, FOK RENT, and possession given at once,
mjj the upper part of the tenement, corner of Main
and 11th streets, recently occupied by Dr. Mettauer.—
Apply to_RICH. HILL, Jr.
M FOR RENT, a comfortable dwelling house
and lot in adesirublo neighborhood, at present oc
cupied by Mr. Biekerton L. Winston, on 3d, between
Clay and Leigh street. Possession given 15th Decem
ber. J. T. SUTTON,jr.,
Land, Pension and General Agent,
do 5 Corner of Bank and 11th street.
FHAlCKER’s UEKMUUA ARKO.W
M- ROOT, white as snow, manufactured upon a
new and improved plan, and warranted superior to
any other Arrow Root, lor sale by
_de5 DOVE & ISAACS.
P“ OCKET DIAMONDS, (ENGLISH,) ot su
perior manufacture, made to shut up like a pocket
knife, tor sale by
de 4 _ DOVE & ISAACS.
IjM It E CRACKERS, Ac.—100 boxes Eire
Crackers, of the latest importation, of exceed
ingly loud report, aud No. 1 in every sense of the word
—forsaleby LOUIS J. BOSSlEUX.
_dd 3_
r|TORPEDOES, Ac.—100,000 Torpedoes; also,
X a variety ol Eire Works, for sale at manufactu
rers’prices by LOUIS J. BOSSlEUX.
de 4
CUCUMBER PICKLES—For family" use.—
Cucumber Pickles, by the gallon, put up in clari
fied vinegar, and well spiced, for sale by the gallon or
larger quantities. Also, Pickles in fancy glass jars,
for sale by LOUIS J. BOSSlEUX.
de 4
MOUSELINES! MOUSELINES! !—SEL
LING OFF CHEAP!—I have in store a large,
and handsome assortment of plain and figured de
Laines, which I will sell olf at great bargains. Call
soon at WM.J. SWORDS’ 225 Broad Street.
N. B.—Those iu want of any article in the Dry
Goods line can buy cheap at
no 26_WM. J. SWORDS’.
Nil AWLS.—A goouk assortment ot long ami
square Shawls will he sold oll'at reduced prices.
WM. .1. SWORDS,
no 22 225 Broad street.
FOR COUGHS, Ac.—Sway lie's Syrup Wild
Cherry; Wistar’s Balsam do do; Syrup Tar and
Naptha; Mrs. Gardner’s Balsam Liverwort; Hick’s
Pulmonic Syrup; Wiley’s Cough Candy; Wistar’s
Cough Lozenges. Forsaleby
ALEX. DUVAL, Druggist,
de5 147 Main street.
1 OTTON YARNS, CANDLE W K M,
> &.*.
2000 lbs. superior Cotton Yarns
1000 lbs. Caudle Wiek
20 bales Leading Linea
25 do Batting; low to close consignments.
noil_ FRY A McCANDLISIL
IMIEAS.—100 half chests and cases, from fine io
■ extra fine, selected tor the retail trade of Virginia
for sale by the package by
oc 22 EDMOND & DAVENPORT.
Knitting yarn and cotton—
Black, lead, blue mixed, red, orange and white,
red aud white, blue and white, and white knitting
Yam.
Blue mixed,black, lead and white knitting Cottons,
Zephyr Worsted,&c., for sale by
J, G. CIIF.NERY,
no 30 Opposite Depot.

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