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B:mers and Planters
The best, the cheapest, and most
YET OFFERED TO THE AGRICUL
Endorsed by DR. 11. H. STABLER, of Alexan
dria, Va., and PROF. CA_IFI3_LL MORFIT,
tof New York, two of the most eminent
Ciieiuiats oi the United State.,
as tbe only oombiuatioo ot
PHOSPHATH AND AMMOMATED
t offered in a REALLY SOLUBLE EoRM. It
is composed of
SO. 1 PERUVIAN AND SOMBRERO
Or XT ___. -XT O & ,
or our own
CHIMA AM) SOMBRERO _______________
FREE FROM AliXi IJMLPURITIES
It has been severely tested by many of the mos
successful aud intelligent Farmers both in Virginia an
Maryland, side by side with Peruvian Guano, and it
superiority fully proved, besides being
B_F° 16 FBR CfitfT. CHEAPER !
The SOMBRERO GUANO, before being added t
the PERUVIAN, is rendered IMMEDIATELY S(J
LUBLE by a process but recently discovered, aud p<
culiarly our own.
The value of PEUUVIAN GUANO, presented i
this modified and improved form, can be hardly ove
PRIt'E $50 PER TON OF 2,000 LBS.
the above, we offer to those who may prefer i
SUPERIOR NO. 1
Per Ships "Conquest," "Juliette," and "Tartar," ci
pected to arrive at this port, during the months t
July, August, and September,
Per "Judge Blaney," "Rachael Jane," "Lewis,"
DIBEOT FROM THE
ISLAND OF SOMBRERO.
AND OUR USUAL, SUPPLIES OF
MEXICAN, COLUMBIAN AND AFRICA
We are prepared to sell the above articles ai lo'
as they can be bought in any market in the country.
July 10, 1860 smo. Alexandria, Va.
"A NOVELTY IN THE ART WORLD.
PHOTOGRAPHY UPON PORCELAIN!!
SECURED BY LETTERS PATENT IN TIIE UNITED
STATES, ENGLAND, FRANCE AND
Photographic Porcelain Company,
No. 781 Broadway, N. Y.
HAVING secured their novel and ingenious inven
tion by American and European patents, are ful
ly prepared to execute all orders for
Miniature Likenesses of Persons on China
presenting all the attractive and advantageous fea
tures of ordinary photographs, the brilliancy and fin
ish of a water-color drawing, and a hitherto unattain
ed Quality ot durability, by being rendered as imper
ishable as the natural properties of the articles upon
which they are transferred.
As the patented process of the Company enables
the reproduction of Photographs, not only on plain
surfaces, but upon such as are round or of any degree
_f irregularity —portraits can be reproduced with
faultless accuracy, and delicacy of delineation, upon
Porcelain wares of any description and dimension
used as articles of luxury or of household utility,
Urns, Vases, Breakfast Caps, Toilet
thereby securing faithful portraits and furnishing a
unique and exquisite style of ornamentation of aiti
cles in domestic use.
In order to furnish facilities for the gratification of
the popular taste, and to meet tbe wants of those pa
trons of the Fine Arts desirous of having Portraits on
Porcelain, the Company have imported from Europe
a collection of superiorporcelain goods,manufactured
to their own order, which they sell at cost prices.
As the American Company are owners ot the patent
right, and consequently the only persons authorized
to use the process, they have determined, in order
To afford People in every section
of ihe Union
an opportunity to possess
Portraits on China,
to make the following proposition to
ridents in the Country, who are unable
lo visit personally the Atelier and
Galleries in New York.
Persons sending a photograph, ambrotype, or da
fuerreotype, to the office of the Company in New
'ork, accompanied by
will receive in return by express, free of other charge,
A richly ornamented Breakfast Cup and
Saucer, with the portrait trans
By transmitting a daguerreotype and
they will secure in like manner,
A handsome French Vase or Toilet Article,
with the portrait reproduced by the patented process.
By sending a pair of daguerreotypes and
they will receive in return
A Pair ol rich Sevres Vases,
with the portraits executed equal to miniature paint
ings ; and, in like manner, portraits can be repro
duced on porcelain wares or
Vases of every quality of finish,
ranging in price from
Twenty to One Hundred Dollars the pair.
Jgg~ N. B.—Be particular in writing the address,
town, county and State distinctly.
All letters to be addressed to
•MANAGER, AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHIC
A Special Card to the Ladies.
THE subscribers are now opening in the line Store
Room, formerly kept by S. H. Hilb, directly op
posite the Va. Hotel, a splendid Stock of DRY
GOODS, if possible, superior to anything they have
offered before in Staunton. Special care having been
taken in selecting the best goods and the very latest
styles, and we hazard but little in saying that our
whole stock will equal anything ever been seen in
Staunton. In regard to style we have the latest; in
quality and fabric the best that could be selected out
of the best houses in New York, Philadelphia and
We will name only a few of the kinds ef gcods just
Black Gro De Rhine, black Rept, black double
faced shot figured Silks. Also fancy colored, plain
and brocade Silks. Printed Amaline, (an entirely
new article, and imported by bnt one bouse in tbe li
nked States j richly printed Ottoman Cloths; this is
also a new article,
Solid colored Ottoman Cloths,
Chene Repp Poplin,
Broche Repp Poplin,
Striped Satin Dv Nord,
Figured Imperial Repp,
Printed French Merinos,
Embroidered and printed Merinos,
Honrean Poplins—a new article—
Printed Thibet Cloths,
Printed all Wool Delaines,
Bombazines, Alpaccas, Coburgs,
Traveling Dress Goods,
English, French and American Prints,
Opera Flannels, all shades.
Hosiery, Gloves, Gauntletts,
Combs, Belts and Belting Ac, Ac.
It is useless to name any other kind of goods, suf
fice it to say that we have a general assortment of all
kinds of Fancy and Staple goods, to which we invite
the attedtion of all in search of pretty goods.
PIPFR A FUNKHOUSER,
Opposite Va. Hotel.
Staunton, Oct. 9, iß6o—Vin. copy. 1
ADIES' CLOTH CLOAKS, SHAWLS,
&c, Ac—tloOO worth of Ladies' Cloth Cloaks
and Shawls of the newest style, from $3 to §85, just
received by DAVIS A. KAYSER.
Staunton, Oct 2,lß6o—Vin. copy.
A few of Joseph Mappin A Bros. celebrated con- .
cave Razors for sale by
Staunton, Sept. 18,1560. P. H. TROUT A CO. !
__ATfl.£R.—3o Sides best Sole Leather. " |
TAYLOR A HOGE.
Steunton, Oct. 9,1600.
R. W. PIERCeT~7~ j WM. GARRETT I
LATE COND. V. C. R. R. J ( RICHMOND.
R. W. PIERCE St CO ,
mum & forwarding merchants,
CORNER OF CARY AND 13TH STS., 1
HAVE opened at the abo.e named place a large
COMMISSION AND FOR WARDING HO USE. ■
Their facilities for selling and shipping produce of all
kinds are equal to those of any other firm in Rich- '
mond City. The patronage of the public generally, '
and especially of the Valley of Virginia is respectful
j ly solicited.
Richmond. —A. Garrett, Duke & Hutchinson, Kent,
Paine & Co., Alex. Holiday, N. B. Hill.
Hanovbe.—Col. Fontaine, Wm. C. Wickham, Chas.
Louisa.— Wm. Overton, S. D. Gooch, Jno. Hunter,
Gen. C G. Coleman, N. W. Harris.
Orange.—R. F. O'Mohundro; B. J. Barbour.
Albemarle.—Dr. J. R. Woods, Wm. Southall,
Rev. J W. Goss, Judge Wm. J. Robertson.
Augusta.—Maj. James Walker. H. L. Gallaher,
M. G. Harman, Wm. J. D. Bed, Jacob Baylor, J. M.
McCue, P. N. Powell, R. J. Hope, John Randolph,
T. Johnson, P. Hanger, J. D. Imboden, Gen. Wm. H.
Harman, S. B. Brown, Wm. Withrow, Jr.
Rockingham.—Josiah S. Roller; Erasmus Coffman,
G. W. Miller, Col. J. D. Hopkins.
Alleghany.—Col. Samuel Carpenter.
Lexington.—Dr. A. Graham.
Amherst. —Wm. H. Mosby.
Nelson.—C. B. Claiborne.
Caroline. —D. C. Dejarnette.
Richmond, June 10, iß6o.—tf.
MERCHANTS, ATTENTION ! ! I
WE would call particular attention to our very
large and carefully made stock of
TIN, SHEET IRON AND COPPER WARE.
j Having the largest stock to be found in any house in
the South we can offer such inducements to the trade
, that will make it to their advantage to examine our
assortment before purchasing elsewhere.
t We have on hand a very large and well selected
I stock of Cooking Ranges, Cooking, Hall and Parlor
I Stoves; Brick and Portable Furnaces, Iron and Lead
Pipes of ail kinds and sizes.
Plumbers and Gas Fitters Materials and a large and
magnificent assortment of Gas Fixtures.
> We are sole agents for the celebrated Sexton's Gas
- burner Furnaces; Marbleized Slate Mantles—superior
- to Marble, as to durability and beauty, and much
cheaper. We are also prepared to put on Metalic,
I Felt and Grooved Roofing in any part of the country.
r Also Portable Gas Works of the most approved pat
ents. To all of which we most respectfully ask your
Also Hydraulic Rams, Pumps, Garden Engines,
Copper Lightning Rods, Grates and Fenders. Ker
soine Oil Lamps, and a general assortment of House
> Furnishing Goods. CHAS. D. YALE _ CO.,
Iron Front Building, Governor Street,
Aug. 28,1860. —3mo. Richmond, Va.
"IF THIS RE TREASON MAKE THE
MOST OF IT."
f A NTICIPATIONS OF THE FUTURE TO SERVE
J\_ AS LESSONS FOR THE PRESENT TIME, in
the form of extracts of letters from an Bnglish Resi
dent in the United States to the London Times, from
1664 to 1870, with an appendix, on the Causes and
Consequences of tbe Independence of the South.
"IF THIS BE TREASON MAKE THE MOST OF
IT."—Patrick Henry, 1765.
J. W. Randolph will, on the Ist of September,
publish the above in one handsome 12mo. volume of
' about 400 pages. Price $1.00
Just published by RANDOLPH, 121 Main St.,
Richmond, "Southern and South-WesternSketches—
Fun, Sentiment and Adventure." Price 60 cents.
O'Neil's Carpenters' Guide in Stair building and
Hand Railing. Plates. Price $2.00.
Budges & Atkins Practical Miners' own Book and
Guide. Plates. Price $2.00-
Everett's New Thesaurus Musicus —the best book
II for Singing Schools, Choirs, &c $1.00
Everett's Elements of Vocal Music. 50 cents.
Sent by mail postpaid to all who remit the price.
Richmond, Aug. 21, iB6O.
IN this department ot our business we are now pre
pared to show merchants a stock of
which, in extent, variety of styles, and superiority of
workmanship, surpasses any stock ever before shown
in a Southeri market. We have taken special pains
in the manufacture of this stock; and we flatter our
selves that our great advantages in the purchase of
goods, together with an experience of more than
twenty years in the trade of Virginia, North Carolina
and Tennessee, enables us to offer the greatest in
STOCK, STYLES, AND PRICES.
HE*?" Every garment is of our own manufacture,
and warranted to fit and wear well.
We take great pleasure in showing our goods,
and will feel obliged to you for a call when you visit
KEEN, BALDWIN A WILLIAMS,
Richmond, Aug. 21, 1860. 102 Main street.
r8 6CK 1860.
SIMPSON & MILLER,
KAMUFACTUEEBS AND DEALERS IN
VISITORS TO THE CITY OF RICHMOND
are respectfull invited to call and examine the
LARGE STOCK OF CLOTHING at 119 Main St,
We have just opened the largest and most varied
Stock of superior Clothing ever ottered in this market.
We are now able to otter to our friends and customers
Clothing at any price, any style, or of any quality.—
Give us a call, and we know you will leave with the
satisfaction of having bought better Goods at better
prices than you could get elsewhere. Don't Forget
the place—ll9 Main Street, opposite Mitchell &
Wm. B. Davidson, of Chalotte county, Salesman.
SIMPSON & MILLER,
1)9 Main St., Richmond.
Sept 25, '60. Till March 20, 1861.
FALL TRADE 1860. |£
CHINA, GLASS i___l
I AM now in receipt of a new and splendid assort
ment of CHINA, GLASS AND EARTHEN
WARE, embracing nearly every article in my line of
business; to which I shall make constant additions
per the Richmond and Liverpool line of Packets. I
intend competing with the Northern market, and I
will duplicate any bill purchased at the North within
the past year, thereby saving to the purchaser here,
the expense of travel and freight on goods to this ci
ty. O. B. TAYLOR,
117 Main Street, Richmond, Va.
August 7, iB6O. -
EV Wire and Sieve Factory.—The un
dersigned having commenced the WIRE and SIEVE
BUSINESS, on Pearl St., below Cary, respectfully
asks the attention of merchants and the public gene
rally to his stock. He manufactures superior Roiling
Screen Wire for Merchant Mills ; Fan and Standing
Screen Wire. Also, Riddles and Sieves of all kinds;
Bird Cages; Rat and Mouse Traps; Plain and Fancy
Wire Work for Book Cases, Doors, Windows, &c—
Also, Corn, Sand and Guano Screens.
f__F~ Prompt attention given to orders.
G. W. JESSOP,
Pearl St., below Cary, Richmond, Va.
Aug. 14, 1860—3m0.
REMOVAL! REMOVAL !
NC. BARTON has removed from No. 109, to 229
• Main Street, four doors above 9th Street, and is
prepared to exhibit a much larger assortment than u
sual of Bonnets, Dress Caps, Head Dresses. French
Flowers, Ribbons and all articles in the Millinery line.
Also a large assortment of French Lace Mantillas,
and Traveling Dusters.
Strangers visiting the city, are invited to call and
examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere.
Richmond, May 15, 1860.—1y.
M. BLAIK. T. P. HOGK.
M. BLAIR & CO.,
GIVE their undivided attentijon to the sale of TO
BACCO, WHEAT, FLOUR, BACON, AC.
Esf" Liberal Advances made on Consignments in
Ang. 14, 1860—6m0.
SPECIAL NOTICE 1—75 cents to $1.50 will
buy one ol Graham's small Stencils, for marking
clothing with Indellible Ink. Call and examine
specimens, or if you live in the country, send for a
sample, enclosing a stamp. Also, every variety of
Brands made to order. A. E. GRAHAM,
Brand Cutter, Cor. 13th and Gary Sts.,
under Tobacco Exchange.
Richmond, March 27 '60—ly.
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.—We
have on hand a large stock of FALL AND WIN
TER GOODS, manufactured for this market, and of
such qualities and prices as will suit all who desire
their goods well made. Also all kinds of Gent's Fur
nishing Goods, comprising Shirts, Drawers, Collars,
Cravats, Gloves, Ac, together with a well selected
stock of soft HATS. All of which will be sold at a
small profit for cash.
s_fT All goods warranted to be as represented —
Goods ordered at short notice.
ROANE A ALBY, under north wing of
Staunton Sept. 25, IB6o—Vin. copy. Va. Hotel.
URE MEDICINAL BRANDY AND
WlNE.—Having been appointed by the manu
facturer of PURE CATAWBA WINE A BRANDY,
of Cincinnati, the sole Agent for this county, I am
prepared to sell, for medicinal purposes, a pure and
unadulterated article of Brandy and Wine of which
the public can rest assured of their purity. These
Liquors are equal if not superior to tbe pure imported '
liquors; for Diarrhoea and Bowel effects of children '
they are unequalled by any other article. For sale by
DR. W. B. YOUNG, Hole Ag't.,
Staunton, Sept. 21, '60—tf. for this County.
WE are now receiving a supply of TOBACCO that
for quality and variety, cannot be surpassed in ,
the State, comprising all the different grades, running
up from a very low price to the choicest chew that can .
be had. Merchants will please examine our stock i
before laying in their fall supply. i
R. J. GLENDY,
Staunton, Sept. 25, 1860. per C. T. Cochbaw.
STAUNTON SPECTATOR AND GENERAL ADVERTISER.
LADD, WEBSTER & CO.,
131, BALTIMORE ST., BALTIMORE.
IMPROVED TIGHT STITCH
For Families and Manufacturing Establish
LET Manufacturers, Planters, Farmers Housekeep
ers, or any other persons in search of an instru
ment to execute any kind of Sewing now done by ma
chinery, make sure they secure th* best, by examining
ours before purchasing. Samples of work sent by
WHAT CONSTITUTES A GOOD SEWING
1. It should be well made, simple in its construc
tion, and easily kept in order.
2. It should make a tight lock-stitch, alike on
both sides of tbe material.
3. It should sew any and all materials that can
4. It should be able to use Cotton, Thread or Silk
directly from the spool.
5. It should be able to sew from coarse to fine,
and from thick to thin, with rapidity, and without
changing the tension.
6. It should be able to make the tension greater
or less, on both the under and upper threads, and
7. It should have a straight needle, curved ones
are liable to break.
8. The needle should have perpendicular motion.
This is absolutely necessary for heavy work.
9. It should be capable of taking in the largest
pieces of wort,
10. It should be able to bind with a binder, hem
with a hemmer; should stitoh. fell, run and gather.
11. It should be always ready to work.
12. It should be capable ol using the same size of
thread on both sides of the work, and of using differ
ent colored thread or silk, above or below, to corres
pond with any two colors of cloth to be united.
13. It should be able to make a long or short
14. It should be able to fasten off the seam, and
commence sewing tightly at the first stitch.
15. It should run easily and make but little noise.
16. It should have a wheel feed; none others are
in constant contact with the work.
17. It should not be liable to get out of order.
18. It should not be liable to creak the thread nor
19. It should not be necessary to use a screw-dri
ver or wrench to set the needle.
20. It should not be liable to soil the operators
21. It should not form a ridge on the under side,
nor ravel out, nor be wasteful of thread, as is the case
with all chain stich machines.
22. It should not be 'more trouble than it is
23. All of these advantages are possessed in our
machine. LADD, WEBSTER & CO.
I. C CANFIBLD, W. B. CANFIELD, J. H. MEREDITH.
CANFIELD, BROTHERS, & CO.,
229, Market St., Corner of Chas.,
WATCHES, Jewelry, Faucy Goods, Cutlery
Clocks, and Military Goods of Every descrip
tion. Such as Swords, Epauletts, Sashes, Hats, Lace,
Buttons, Ac. Military Companies furnished complete
with every article.
Now opening a magnificent stock of new Goods,
such as American, English, German and French
Jexelry, in sets and in single pieces. Best quality
Gold Watches, English Levers, Skeleton do., Duplex,
Anchor Escapement, Lepiues, some very small for
Ladies, set with pearls and diamonds, elegantly En
ameled, Independent and Quarter Second Watches,
Hunting, 18 carat Gold Watches of every variety.
C, B. & Co,, offer the above goodson the very best
terms. Call and examine.
' Baltimore, Dec. G, 1859.—1y.
FOUNDED 1852. CHARTERED 1854.
Corner of Baltimore and Charles Sts.,
THE LARGEST, MOST ELEGANTLY FURNISH
ED AND POPULAR COMMERCIAL COL
LEGE IN THE UNITED STATES.
DESIGNED expressly for Young Men desiring to
obtain a thorough Practical Business Education
. in the shortest possible time and at the least expense.
A Large and Beautifully Ornamented Circular, con
taining upwards of six square feet, with Specimen of
Penmanship, and a large Engraving—the finest of the
kind ever made in this country —representing the In
terior View of the College, with catalogue stating
terms, Ac, will be sent to every Young Man on appli
cation, free op charge. Write immediately and you
will receive the package by return mail.
Address E. __. LOSIER, Baltimore, Md.
July 3, 1860—ly.
CUSHINGKS & BAILEY,
BOOKSELLERS & STATIONERS,
262 Baltimore St., Opposite Hanover,
ARE prepared to offer to the Country Trade,
Goods in their line, at prices that will compare
favorably with those of any other market.
Their Stock of SCHOOL, LAW, MEDICAL AND
MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS is large _*'»/■>__
and well selected. J&IMJJS/av
A large and varied assortment of For- ffißjgj3BT
eign and American Stationery can al
ways be found at their establishment.
Tnev keep constantly on hand a full supply of
Blank Books of different styles and of their own man
ufrcture. Having a Bindery connected with their
Store they are, at all times, able, at short notice, to
fill orders for Blank Books, ruled to any pattern, or
of any desired style of Binding.
Orders, received by mail, will meet prompt atten
%W You are are requested to call and examine our
Stock and Prices before purchasing elsewhere.
Aug. 14, iß6o.—tass.oo.*
I 8 60.
AND STRAW GOODS.
Armstrong, Cator <& Co.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
RIBBONS, BONNET SILKS AND SATINS,
VELVETS, RUCIIES, FLOWERS, FEATHERS,
STMtA W BOJTJTETS, FLjtTS, tfc,
No. 237 and Lofts of 239 Baltimore Street.
Offer a Stock unsurpassed in the United States in
variety and cheapness.
Orders solicited and prompt attention given.
Terms, 6 months, six per cent off for cash, par
Baltimore, Aug. 14, IB6o.—tass.oo*
PIANOS ! PIANOS ! ! PIANOS ! !!
FULL IRON FRAMED PIAJVO FORTES,
Factory 84 and 86 Camden Street.—Ware
room No. 7 S. Liberty St.,
HAS always on hand a large assortment of Pianos
of hisown manufacture with the Full Iron Frame
and patent Over String. A long experience in the
business has enabled him to prouuce an Instrument
which for strength and durability, richness and vol
ume of tone, and beauty of workmanship cannot be
excelled. The usual guarantee given wiih the privi
lege of exchange within twelve months, if not satis
Orders executed with promptness and dispatch.
t_3F* Reference in Staunton : —Capt. W. S. H. Bay
lor and J. W. Alby.
Baltimore, Sept. 4,1860—ta55.00.
SALAMANDER SAFES !!!
THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS in all kinds of prop
erty saved in these Safes, that never failed to
preserve their contents.
Factory Dorance St., Providence, R. 1.,
And 159, North St., Baltimore, Md.
Salesroom 16, South Charles St.
J_F° For sizes and prices send for a Circular.
|y All Safes warranted to give satisfaction.
L. H. MILLER,
No. 16, South Charles Street,
Oct. 18,1859. Baltimore Md.
Jlci OM _*> «UJ^S!
EQUAL to the best imported tor Duck, Deer and
Bird Shooting at LONG RANGES. Also
IMPORTED GUNS, PISTOLS, RIFLES
AND SPORTING GOODS IN THE
Sportsmen may rely on a good article at
No. 51, S. Calvert Street, Baltimore, Md.
N. B.—Guns, Rifles and Pistols made or imported
to order. All repairing done in the best manner.
Baltimore, Aug. 28, 1860—3m0.
THE NEW SHENANDOAH COMPANY.
—The Annual General Meeting of this company
will be held in Port Bepublic, at the house of John
W. Lee, on the Ist Saturday in Novbmbbr, 1860.
By order of President and Directors
S. H. LEWIS, Treasurer N. S. Co.
MBROIDERIES—A large stock oTjWb
hrabroideries in Collars, Sets, Ac, with many
new things in real Laceri, black and white. Some re
al Black Thread Lace just opened by
DAVIS A. KAYSER.
Stßunton, Oct. 2, iß6o—Vin. copy.
A compound remedy, designed to be the mast
effectual Alterative that can be made. It is
a concentrated extract of Para Sarsaparilla,
so combined with other substances of still
greater alterative power as to afford an effec
tive antidote for the diseases Sarsaparilla is
reputed to cure. It is believed that such a
remedy is -wanted by those who suffer from
Strumous complaints, and that one -which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
service to this large class of our afflicted fellow
citizens. How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the -worst eases to be found of the following
Scrof___ and Scrofulous Complaints,
Eruptions and Eruptive Diseases, Ulcers,
Pimples, Blotches, Tumors, Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Syphilis and Syphilitic Af
fections, Mercurial Disease, Dropsy, Neu
ralgia or Tic Douloureux, Debility, Dys
pepsia and Indigestion, Erysipelas, Rose
or St. Anthony's Fire, and indeed the whole
class of complaints arising from Impurity of
This compound will be found a great pro
moter of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel the foul humors which fester in the
blood at that season of the year. By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
aro nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channels of the body
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when you find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins; cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well; but with this
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, tho
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because tbe drug
alone has not all tbe virtue that is claimed
for it, Out more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else.
- During iate years the public have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the
name itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous -with imposition and cheat. Still
■we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And we think we have ground for
believing it has virtues which are irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it is intend
ed to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
DR. J. C. AVER & CO.
.•"rice, $1 per Bottle ; Six Bottles for $5,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for the cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure the people its quality is kept up to the best
it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOB. THE CUBE OF
Costiveness, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Dysentery, Foul Stomach, Erysipelas, Headache,
Piles, Rheumatism, Eruptions and Skin Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumors and
Salt Rheum, Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, as a
Dinner Pill, and for Purifying the Blood.
They are sugar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and they are the
best aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
Pried 25 cents per Box; five boxes for $1.00.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent personages, have lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our space here will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratis our American Almanac in which they
are given; with also full descriptions of the above
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Ayer's, and take no others. The sick
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
All our remedies are for sale by
H. S. Eichelbergek ai.d Dit. W. B. Young, Staun
ton; J. H. Axthim, Waynesboro'; J. T. Antrim,
Greenville; W. W. Templkton, Fairfield; and by all
Druggists and dealers in Medicines everywhere.
PURCELL, LADD <fc CO.,
Richmond, Va., Wholesale Agents.
THE co-partnership heretofore existing between
the undersigned is this day dissolved by mutual
consent. A. G. Roberson will wind up the business
of the old firm. A. G. ROBERTSON,
Richmond, July 31, IS6O. S. BROWNLEE.
NOTICE.— The term of co-partnership <f Robert
sou A Brownlee having expired by agreement
on this day. the same business of SELLING LIVE
STOCK ON COMMISSION will be continued by the
undersigned under the name and style of ROBERT
SON A GRILLS. They will pay particular attention
to the sale ot Cattle, Sheep and Hogs.
With a due appreciation of the liberal patronage
heretofore bestowed on Robertson A Brownlee, they
will endeavor to deserve and hope to receive a contin
uance of the same. A. G. ROBERTSON,
Richmond, July 31,18..0. W. A. GRILLS.
IST" The Easiness Relations between Col.
A. G. Robertson and myself for the last two years
was conducted and dissolved with a high apprecia
tion of his capacity and integrity as a Live Stock Bro
ker; and it is with pleasure that I avail myself of this
opportunity to recommend him in the most unquali
fied terms of approval, to the feeders and grazers of
mv acquaintance, as a salesman in whom they can
safely confide. S. BROWNLEE.
Richmond, July SI. IB6o.—tf.
AND BUSINESS AGENT.
EDWIN L. EDMONDSON having had seve
ral years experience in the business, oilers hi
sesvices to the citizens of Staunton and the public
generally as GENERAL COLLECTOR AND BUSI
NESS AGENT. Persons having Accounts, Bonds,
Ac, for collection, will have them carefully and
promptly attended to by placing them in his hands.
Reference is made to the following gentlemen of
Hon. G. H. Lee, Judge G. D. Camden,
Hon. C.S.-Lewis, Hon. J. S. Carlile,
Wm. A. Harrison, Lloyd Lowndes,
Robert Johnston, Jas. M. Jackson,
T. L. Moore, Cl'k County C. W. Smith, Cl'k Circui
||| GEO" A. SMITH, ~_jjE
f|U MAXUFACTCI.EI. OF ALL KINDS 01-f Hj
NEXT DOOR TO P. 0., STAUNTON, VA.,
MANUFACTURES in the neatest and most durable
style, every variety of SHOES worn by Ladies,
and also keeps constantly on hand all kinds of BOOTS
AND SHOES for gentlemen and servants. He has
determined to keep a larger stock than formerly, and
depends upon large sales, short profits and Cash or
fj/T He has just received a good stock of Boots and
BJT* l* e sure to give him a call next door to the
Staunton, Sept. 25,1860 —ly.
BOOTS AND SHOES.—We have just received
a large variety of BOOTS AND SHOES. AWo
a new supply of HATS AND CAPS which will be
sold on a small advance on cost by
MOSBY, TAYLOR A FULTZ.
Staunton, Sept. 25, 1860.
X LL kinds of Iron Machinery fitted up at the work
J\ Shop of the Staunton Foundry.
Sep.l3. 1859. A. J. GaRBER A CO.
FINE ASSORTMENT~of 8 day and SO hour
CLOCKS just received and for sale low by
Staunton, July 17, 1860. G. C. YEAKLE.
M~~RSTWIN BLOW'S8LOW'S WOTHING SYRUP
for children teething. For sale by
Staunton Oct. 2, iB6O. P. H TROUT A CO.
HE best CIDER VINEGAR for sale by
MOSBY, TAYLOR A FULTZ.
Staunton, Oct. -, 1860.
SAM'!., W. HARWOOD,
Governor St., Richmond,
MANUFACTUBBK AND DEALEK IN
FURNITURE AND MATTRESSES.
THE Farmers and Planters, and all others in want
of Furniture and Mattresses, manufactured by
the most experienced workmen, and of the best mate
rials, will find it to their interest to examine my stock
before buying, as I have recently reduced my prices.
You will find—
Rosewood Parlor Sets, Oak Chamber Sets,
Walnut " " Cottage Furniture,
Rosewood Chamber Sets, Mahogany Sets,
Walnut " " Mantel Mirrors,
Mahogony " " What-nots,
Bureaus, Children's Chairs,
Wardrobes, Jenny Liad Bedsteads,
W ashstands, Cribs and Cradles,
Tables, Recumbent Chairs,
Chairs. Centre Tables,
Sideboards, Feather Beds,
Tete-a-tetes, ' Writing Desks,
Sofas, Fancy Chairs,
Book-Cases, Work Tables,
Dining Tables, Lounges,
Rocking Chairs, Piano Stools,
Mattresses, Office Chairs.
1860. SPRING TRADE. 1860.
"? GOVERNOK STEEET, RIOHMOND, VIRGINIA,
OFFERS for sale the following articles, of ju
his own manufacture, viz : f*-_|
Tin Ware of all kinds, l _9__>
Sheet Iron and Copper Ware,
Cast and Sheet Iron Stoves for wood, 12 varieties,
Sheet Iron Stoves for wood, 12 "
Cast and Sheet Iron Stoves for coal, 10 "
The Brilliant Gas Burner, 3 sizes,
Portable Hunters, 4 "
Portable Grate, 3 "
Diamond Radiator, 3 "
Factory Stoves, 3 "
Richmond Portable Furnace, ' 3 "
Licorice Boilers, for wood and coal, 5 "
Portable Ovens, 6 "
jpgjP Also, constantly for sale, the most popular
Stoves, Ranges and Heaters now made, and repairing
pieces for the same always on hand.
Richmond, March 27,1860—1y.
GEO. S. LOWNES. WM. B. COOKE.
LOWNES 8c COOK'S
FOUNDER? AND MANUFACTORY,
EIGHTH ST., NEAR MAIN, RICHMOND, VA.
HAVING made a large addition to our shop, to
suit the Southern trade, we will sell at the
Northern prices of 1859. We have over 100 different
designs of Plain and Ornamental Railings, Ve
randas, Balconies, Porch Pieces, Window
Guards, Ac, Ac, Vault and Cellar Doors, Iron Sash,
Shutters, and general Blacksmithing and finishing
done with neatness and despatch.
jjgTCemetery Railing for the country, made so as to
be put up by an ordinary mechanic.
Richmond. Match 27, 1860.—1y.
Southern HatTlanufactory! tfgagfr
ESTABLISHED 1838. j||||
THE subscriber respectfully invites*- 1 -«
the attention of the Merchants of Virginia and
North Carolina to bis extensive stock of bis own and
Foreign Manufactured Hats. Purchasers will find it
to their interest to call at his house, previous to going
further North, as he is leaving nothing undone, spa
ring no expense or pains to keep the Southern Trade
at the South. Goods sold in thi? house will be war
ranted to compare favorably, in quality and price
with goods coming from any other market. There
will be found all the qualities of WOOL and FUR
HATS, from the lowest price negro Hat to the finest
quality for gentlemen. Also, Boys' and Childrens'
Hats and Caps of all grades and styles. Ladies' Ri
ding Hats and Ladies' Furs, of all the various quali
Purchasers will do well to call and examine.
JOHN DOOLEY, Richmond, Va.
Sep. 11, 1860.
155 Main Street, Corner of 12th,
INVITES the attention of wholesale buyers to his
large stock, embracing all articles in his line —con-
sisting in part
Superior Indigo Epsom Salts
Extract Logwood Varnishes
Dye Woods Window Glass
Madder Paints, Oils
Alum, Borax White Lead
Copperas Brushes of all kinds
Bi Carb. Soda Choice Perfury
Patent Medicines Smoking Tobacco, Ac.
Also a fine assortment oi Combs, Tooth Brushes,
Colognes, Fancy and Toilet Soaps, Ac, Ac. Prices
low to cash and punctual dealers, and particular at
tention paid to packing and forwarding.
March 15.1859. W. PETERSON.
1860. Fall Trade. 1860.
CLARKSON, ANDERSON & CO.,
No. 106, Main Street, Richmond, Va.,
IMPORTERS of Hardware; Cutlery
Guns, and "Anchor" Bolting Cloths.
have received, p t ship "Susan Hicks,"
direct to this port, their Fall Importa- ■■"■■■■
lion of fine and heavy Hardware; and from the man
ufacturers of the Eastern States, their goods of Amer
ican make, to which they invite the attention of the
merchants of Virginia, Tennessee and North Caroli
na, guaranteeing to sell as cheap as can be bought, in
any city, North or East. They are also Agents for
'Fairbanks" very celebrated Scales, which they sell
at manufacturer's prices.
N. B.— Orders shall receive their prompt and care
ful attention. [Richmond, Sep 11,1860.
MITCHELL 8c TYLER,
WATCHMAKERS AND JEWELLERS,
NO. 108 MAIN ST., KICnMOND, VA.
OUR friends and the Southern Public generally
are hereby informed, that to meet the demand,
we have largely increased our stock of (~2(L
Also, Military Equipments. In this depart
ment, our assortment is complete, embracing: Regu
lation Swords, Epaulettes, Sashes, Buttons, Laces and
all other Trimmings for Uniforms.
XV Watch Rkpaiking done in the best manner,
by superio-r workmen.
March 6, IB6o—ly.
OLD Pictures copied lifesize, colored in oil or water
colors. Large size Ambrotypes 50 cents to $25.
Pictures framed, Ac.
March 27, IB6o— Pmos.
A. C. PULLIAM, E. P. PULLIAM, K. WEISIGER.
PULLIAM & CO.,
AUCTIOMEBS FOR SALE OF NEGROES.
ODD FELLOWS HALL, FRANKLIN ST.,
Daily Sales—Public and Private.
We pledge our strictest attention to the business en
trusted to us, and will answer all commu
PORTER ALWAYS AT EACH DEPOT.
Richmond, May 15, 1860—ly.
JOHN TYLER. WM. H. TYLER.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
134 Cary St. Kichmond, Va.,
SOLICIT consignments of Tobacco, Flour, Wheat,
Corn, Butter and Country Produce generally, to
the sale of which, and selection of goods ordered, their
senior partner, John Tyler, formerly of Scottsville,
(with a business experience of over 30 years,) will
give his personal attention.
Richmond, Sept. 4, IB6o—lOmo.
ART OF SALES MADE RECENTLY
BY JAS. THOMAS, Cary St., near 12th.
5 pack's of Butter for J. M. King, Craigsville,.2sc|?fi>
1 box lug Tobacco F. Burns, Augusta, $2.3oscwt.
1 hhd leaf " H. Kelso, Goshen 6.ooscwt.
3 hhd " " W. G. Dempser Rock
bridge, *email@example.com @4.2oscwt.
18 bbls Super. Flour for J. T. Black, Augus
,. J*.• ■• • 6.505bb1.
16 bbls Super. Flour for J. B. Dryden,
Rockbridge, $6.60$ bbl.
25 bbls Super. Flour for Wm. Blackwell 6__(_is6}_
June 5, 1860.
F. B. BAUGH,
WADSWORTH, TURNER 8c CO-,
IMPORTERS <fc WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
18 Pearl Street.
DD. TUBSER, X RICHMOND, VA.
6. 8. PALMER, )
Richmond, March 27, 1860—ly *
P. A. WOODS,
Sonth Side Cary Street,
DOES a General COMMISSION BUSINESS, with
special attention to the sale of Wheat, Flour and
Tobacco. [Richmond, Jan. 8, 1860.—1y
STAUNTON AGBNCT ~"
OF THE VIRGINIA FIRE AND MARINE
Office No. 131 Main St., Richmond. Va.
CASH CAPITAL $300,000.
CHARTERED in 1832, and having, during i_ exist
ence of twenty-six years, met claims for loss to
the extent of largely over a MILLION OF DOL
LARS, it refers to the history of the past as afford
ing the very best guarantee for the future.
Being a Virginia Company, its profits are distribu
ted among3t her citizens, and its Capital used to pro
mote the success of her Commercial and Mechanical
By the long acquaintance of this Institution with
the Insuring public, it has become familiar with their
interests, and no pains will be spared, or information
withheld, on the part of its Officers that will tend to
insure accuracy and give satisfaction.
To Farmers and Country Merchants we can refer
—from the very extensive country insurance already
secured—to highly respectable citizens in almost eve
ry portion of the State.
W. L. Cowardin, ~ Thomas Samson,
Joseph Allen, C. W. Purcell,
Horace L. Kent, Jos. P. Winston,
William Palmer, H, A. Claiborne
A. K. Parker, Patrick Cullen, '
James A. Inloes, George W. Smith,
J. E. Wadsworth, B. L. Winston,
William Beers, John N. Gordon
W. L. COWARDIN, ires. | WM. WILLIS Je., Sec.
Applications for Fire Insurance, addressed to the
undersigned at the Central Bank, StauntoD, Va., wiil
receive prompt attention. T. A. BLEDSOE,
Ag't Va. F. & M. Insurance Co., Staunton,
July 3, 18(50,—ly.
JMIISTES 2 2
GREAT DISPLAY AT
WHITE'S OLD STjiJTD.
THE NEW YORK BAZAAR
IS NOW OPENING
THE LARGEST AND MOST ELEGANT STOCK
OF DRY GOODS
Comprising the most suitable and Fashionable For
eign and Domestic
BOISE Fl RM>l[l\_ GOODS, &c, &c.
ON account of the speedy sale of my first stock, I
have again ventured to lay in a very handsome
assortment of all kinds of
which were selected in Foreign Markets, with great
care and experience, which I will sell at
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
and at lower rates
THAN ANY HOUSE IN THE VALLEY,
as my connection with Foreign Markets, afford me
;he facility for doing so. I have also added a large
itock of LADIES AND CHILDREN'S SHOES,
which were expressly ordered for this market, and
which I will sell on the most accommodating terms..
ISF" Come and examine for yourselves. ..Jgl
MY STOCK IS NOW READY TO ASTON
ISH THE WORLD.
C. L. SICHER,
White's old stand, Cor. Beverly & New Sts.
Staunton, May ], ISfio.
MADE TO ORDER
WARRANTED TO FIT.
Call anr! have yonr measure taken or send
it to as.
OF THE BEST AND NEWEST STYLES.
UNDERSHIRTS & DRAWERS
OF THE BEST
S HIRT S
IN STOCK OF ALL QUALITIES.
FRICES MODERATE AND UNIFORM.
CONSTABLE, WALKER & CO.,
Shirt Manufacturers, 155 Baltimore St.,
October 16, 1860—ly. Baltimore. Md.
I?INE PHOTOGRAPHS AND AMBRO
TYPES.—In the Old Bell Tavern, near the Vir
ginia Hotel, R. J. RANKIN is now taking the finest
Photographs, on an improved style, which can't be
beat in the United States. Also Ambrotypes as fine
as can be made. Ladies and Gentlemen, if you want
to see your beauty as itreally exists,cometo Rankin's
Gallery, in tbe "Old Bell," and he will take it in all
By* All styles of Fancy Cases on hand. Pictures
taken at all prices. £_f" Instructions given in the
Art. [Staunton, Jan. '__5. 1859.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills.
FOR THE SEASON AT THE STAND
FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY
WM. T. MOUNT, Main St., Staunton, Va.
MAGNUS S. CEASE
WOULD respectfully call the attention of the citi
zens of Staunton and vicinity to his large and en
tirely new stock of SPRING GOODS, which he is now
receiving and opening, cousisting of Water, Sugar and
Soda Crackers, Picnics, Raisins, Figs, Currants, Cit
ron, Dates, Prunes, English Walnuts, Filberts, Al
monds, Ground Nuts, Pecan Nuts, Lemons, Oranges,
Sardines, and Candies of every description.—
Also Fancy .-Goods, French Candies, Cakes and
Wedding parties furnished at the shortest no
tice, and on the most reasonable terms.
Also Fresh Peaches, Lobsters, Pickles, Catchups,
He will sell on reasonable terms, and respectfully
solicits a share of patronage.
S_eF~ Candy sold at Wholesale and Retail.
Staunton, May 29, 1860.
NEW SHOE STORE!
ITA K.E this opportunity of informing the citizens
of this count v that I have opened a BOOT —.Arm
AND SLOE STORE iv Staunton, on Main BUI
St.. Union Hall, Qetween Woods i_ •
Gilkeson's Store and Bickle's Corner, where
an excellent a_--<ortment of all kinds of Boots and
Shoes will be kept. As I get my stock directly from
the manufacturers I am enabled to sell them cheap,
for cash, and am determined to sell them as low as I
possibly can. 1 Lave but one price, and that so low as
to astonish most people. I will keep on hand all
kinds of Ladies' Shoes aud Slippers, Gentlemen-
Boots and Shoes, and Boots and Shoes for Servants.
Call aDd examine my stock and prices. Perfect sat
isfaction is guaranteed. LYMAN R. BLAKE.
Staunton, July 31, I,B6o—tf.
4mW» AND ______B_Wfflß___S
P. H. TROUT & CO.,
ARE now receiving a large stock of Drugs, _ M fl
Medicines, Paints, Oil*, Arc,
they bought direct from the manufacturers and J__
importers, and are able to sell pure articles on
favorable terms. Their stock of SURGICAL IN
STRUMENTS is very large, embracing all instru
ments needed for town or county practice. Also the
largest supply of Fancit Articles, Brushes, Fine
Perfumery, Ac, ever brought to this market.
Staunton, March 6, 1660.
TO overcome a complaint—a nuisance—too often
met with, "Coming of of the Paper," I pro--a
_pose to all who will favor me with their custom £
fcan advantage very acceptable :—No payment for"
P Paper-hanging belore a certain time—say a-£
2 bout three months —has shown that that papery
i sticks to his party. g
o lam still engaged in the Binding of Books of as
«any sort and any style—new or old—at a satisfac- ?
tory rate. FRANK PRUEFER,
S'taunton, March 6. Oppositejiaptist Church.
" PUJCBI FURS!
IHAVE on hand the largest stock south of Balti
more of tbese desirable goods. Having them on
commission from a large New York House. I am ena
bled to k-ep a full assortment and sell on a small
profit Ladies intending to purchase Cuff, Muff, Tal
ma. Cape, Victarine, or a full set. will do well to give
me'a call, as I can show them splendid Furs at reason
able prices. Terms Cash.
v D. J. GOLDENBERG,
next, door to the Post Office.
Staunton, Oct. 2, IB6o—Vin. copy L
oHAWLS.—4 doz all kinds of Plaid and Plain
Shawls at all prices at
PIPER & FUNKHOUSER'S,
Staunton, Oct, 16, 1860. Opp'te Va. Hotel.
THIS well known establishment, now present*
largely additional facilities, for the accommoda
tionofthe travelling Public. Mr. Wm. H. Peyton
retains his connection and associates with him, as
Proprietor and Manager, Mr. Wm. Jordan, formerly
of the Lexington Hotel, and more recently of the Rock
bridge Baths. The style of the new firm is
JORDAN &. PEYTON.
The proprietors have secured a corps of efficient
and accommodating assistants, who will unite with
thenvin payiug every attention to those stopping at
the Hotel. Capable and faithful servants are also
provided, to ensure the comfort of guests. The table
will continue, as heretofore, to equal that of any Ho
tel in the State. n
T f e ? r .K P * ie u° rS T ould alß ° call attention to
the fact that by the erection of NEW BUILDING*
a i r |^v- COm . ,f __ Ccd * tbe * will haT e at command 30
Additional Rooms, by means of which they will
be enabled to afford greater comfort to transient
guests, and to accommodate families wishing to spend
the summmer in Staunton. Connected with the Ho
tel are extensive Stables, under the management of
Byers & Co., well known lor their experience and
efficiency in this department. Horses will be taken
on Livery, and Horses, Buggies and Hacks, will be
afforded to guests on reasonable terms.
In conclusion , the Proprietors pledge tberaselvef to
spare no pains to continue and increase thepiesent
reputation of the House and to serve an appreciative
public. WM. JORDAN, ) \T ,
WM. H. PEYTON, f ™ op aa -
N. B.—The Office of all the Stage Lines is at this
House, also the office of ADAMS <k COS EXPRESS
JORDAN & PEYTON.
Staunton, Jan. 20, IB6o.—tf.
Lyncbbur? Hose and Fire ~
THE capital of this company has recently bee n in
creased by a subscription of
making the present Capital and Surplus of over
J. R. McDaniel, President, I J. M. Cobbs, Vice Pre...
G. B. Thurman, Chief Eng. | C T. Willis',Secretary".
J. 0. Williams, Treasurer.
Jno. Otey Taylor, i James Pavne,
Jno T. Davis, 1 w. T. Anderson,
aH. McKinney, p Wm. H. Stratton,
M. S. Langhorne, j 0. R. Slaughter,
Acting as agent for the company. I am prepared to
receive applications and issue policies against loss or
damage by tire, on terms as favorable as the nature *
of the Risk and the real security of the insured and
of the company will warrant. " WM. M GUY,
Gen. Ag't for the State of Va.
The Lynchburg Hose and Fire Insurance Company
is insuring Slaves for one or four years, upon the mo*t
reasonable terms. Persons wishing to effect inn
rance upon the lives of their Servants or Property,
can do so by applying to
WILLIAM M. GUY".
April 17,1860. Gen. Ag't, Staunton, Va.
INSURANCE COMPANY 7
OF THE VALLEY OF VIRGINIA,
CHARTERED MARCH 17, 1852.
Round Capital $300,000.
THIS Company, having been duly organized.is now
ready to receive applications and issue Policies,
and offers to the citizens of Virginia the induceme«l
of a home Company for the safe Insurance of all kinds
of Property, Merchandise, Ac, at fair and equitable
rates. The Directors assure the public that this Com
pany will be conducted with a view to permanency,and
on the strictest principles of equity, justice and a clos*
regard to economy and the safety of the insured.
JOSEPH S. CARSON.
C. S. FUNK, Secretary. | O. F. Br„£SEE,^c<w_ry.
JOSEPH S. CARSON, j j OHN _ Ettß .
JAMES P. RIBLY, LEWIS P. HARTMAN,
LLOYD LOGAN, ROBERT STEELE,
HUGH SIDWELL. \
JSP QJlee on Loudon Street, near the Valley Bank.
! JSgT George E. Price, Local Agent.Staunton.
A Til 2. 1856.
LIVERY AND SALE STABLES.
WE have leased for a term of years the commodi
ous and convenient Stables attached to the
Virginia Hotel, in Staunton, where we jA
intend to keep constantly on hand for ■■■*_■
sale the finest HORSES that can be f jjftlif*
procured. J. S. Byers has experience \% \j
and qualifications as a horse dealer, ______■___:
which are well known to the public As our business
is to be one of years no pains wiil be spared to obtain
and keep the public patronage.
We also take Horses on Livery. In a few weak*
the Stabling will be increased to accommodate *o0
horses. Capable and attentive Ostlers have been em
ployed. The County custom is solicited. Drivers
are invited to stop with us.
In connection with this Stable we shall keep Hacks,
Buggies and Saddle Horses, constantly ior hire—our
Vehicles being all new, with line Horses, we confi
dently solicit public patronage.
J. S. BYERS & CO.
N. B. Nicking and Bobbing done by an experi
enced hand. BYERS _ CO.
Jan. 21. ISCO
A. M. BRUCE,
R. G. BICKLE'S CORNER, STAUNTON,
OFFERS FOR SALE VERY LOW
SALT, N. 0. and Cuba Molasses, Extra Golden Syr
up, Rio, Laguira, and Old Government Java Cof
j fee. Green and Black Teas, Loaf, Crushed, Powdered,
jC, Extra C Coffee and Bright N. 0. Sugar, English
Dairy and Pine Apple Cheese, No. 1 Herring, (new,)
Potomac Shad, (new,". No. 1, 2, and 3 Mackerel, Cod
Fish, Sugar Cured Bacon Hams, Soap, Adamantine
and Tallow Candles, Rice, Pure Pearl Starch, Stone,
Wood and Willow Ware, Cotton Yarn, Tobacco, Ci
gars Confectioneries, Ac, Ac.
Also Old Rye Whiskey, Cognac Brandy, Peach
Brandy, Holland Gin, Wines of all kinds and Grades,
Champagne Cider, Philadelphia and London Porter,
Philadelphia and Scotch Ale. A. M. BRUCE,
Corner of Beverly and Augusta Sts.
Staunton, May 29, 1860.
ATSANU CAPS.—The undersigned is now
receiving from the Northern Cities a _*||B___.
large supply of fashionable HATS AND *Sjjj w&
CAPS ot all kinds and qualities, including
handsome Straw aud other Summer Hats,
which he is offering cheaper than has ever been sold
in this market before, for Cash. He has ulso on hand
an assortment pf V ding Hats for Ladies, and flats for
Girls—which will be sold very low. He respectfully
solicits a cull from his old customers, and the public
gene: ally, feeling assureu that no one will go'away "**■
without being pleased, both as to the quality and the
price of the article mentioned.
Platted Hats for Servants at 16% cents each.
Agent for M. G. Harman.
Staunton, April 24, IB6o—-tf.
! *2.finnn worth of ready-made~
At the Corner Room Virginia Hotel.
We respectfully inform the public that we have pos
itively determined to sell out our entire stock of Ready
Made Clothing and Gents' Furnishing Goods at
Cost, until our entire Stock of Goods is sold out. —
Persons in want of such Goods will do well to call
soon at our stand, Corner Room Va. Hotel.
STEINER. BROS. A CO.
P. S.—All persons knowing themstlves indebted
to us will please come forward and settle up, as our
business will positively be closed up on the Ist of
January next. S., B. A CO.
Staunton. July 3, 1860.
LIVERY STABLE !
THE subscribers having made large additions to
their old established Livery by _^
building, and purchasing NEW YE-
HICLES, are prepared to accommo-
date all who may wish to take a pleas- \\__ __J
ant ride. We have also made arrange- VEtti______ii
ments to FEKD HORSES; and our country friends __,
are respectfully solicited to give us a call, promising
that they shall" have their horses well provided for.
I__f~ Bcggiks, Hacks and Ridixg HoßSEsalwayson
hand for hire. THOS. J. BURKE A CO.
Staunton, April 10. 1860.
IMPROVED LIME SPRGADER.-We are
now prepared to manufacture for sale our impiov
ed LIME SPREADERS, which have been tried by a
number of gentlemen in this county and have given
entire satisfaction. Our Spreaders are so construct
ed as to separate the hard rocky lumps from the lime
in the hopper: and to spread very much or liwle
lime or ashes at the pleasure of the operator. We re
fer to Messrs. G. F. Hite, Francis Gilkeson, Jas. A.
Frazier and Hugh W. ShefFey, whose statements can
be seen on application to the subscribers.
MuNAIR & ELLIOTT.
Staunton, June 12,1860— 6moi.
"Tlgj A. A. CRUBEItTT
Mg|i|j#n____ * **_FSHEET IRON WARE
Greenville, jiugu&ta Co , fa.
April 2. IS6o—ly.
room lately occupied by Wm. Barkman, and im
mediately opposite the Virginia Hotel, where will be
found a general assortment oi TOBACCO SEGARS v
SNUFF, PIPES, and ail articles usually kept in a
wholesale and retail Tobacco Store. By prompt at
tention to business, and determination to give entire
satisfaction, I hope tomepitand receive a share of fbe
public patronage. C. S. JENKINS.
Staunton, Fel>. 1.1859.
rpo THE PUBLIC —The subscribei respectful
JL ly informs the public that he is now in the occu
pancy of the House occupied by John B. Scherer, and
that hereafter will be opened at his house a RESTAU
RANT, and that persons from the country, and other
places, can at all times be accommodated" with PRO
VISIONS, for themselves and Horses, Ac.
Mr. J. B. Scherer will give his personal attention to
customers. WM. WHOLEY.
Staunton, Ap. 28, 58.
BEST CIDER VINGEGAR
for sale by TAYLOR A HOGE.
Staunton, Aug. 21,1860.