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the DAILY L>IBPAT<>H
CON G R £ riS—Thc Hat) at.
Skkatk. —On motion of Sir. Underwood, the
innate took up his resolution amending the
rwW» so a. to allow amendments to be laid
•pua the table without carrying the bills or
wvatuliona with thetn. Mr, Underwood brief
ly explained.
Mr. Badger proposed also to allow amend
aaeiittt to emendmenta to be laid on the table-
Mr. Hale opposed the resolution, objecting
le restrictions.
Mr. Adams advocated the resolution..
Mr. Bell also spoke upon the subject.
House or Representatives.—The Hou 8 «-
concurred in the Senate amendment to in
kill to provide for the more effectual f uppr«s
•ion of incendiarism in the District ol tolurn
Ma*
The bill granting lands to tbe several States
am) Territories and the District of Columbia
m aid of the construction of railroad, and lor
achool purposes, being on its passage, a call
•f the House was ordered.
The House, by taking the yeas and nays,
Bfi 4l [)y various oilier proceedings, kept the
final vote from being taken upon the bill, until
die morning hour < xpired.
A Trip Over the Falls,—A very re
warkable occurrence, as we are credibly in
formed, took place yesterday ut the Falls. Mr.
0. E. Shaw, who resides in the village, has a
bullteriiei dog called Dick, a surly, quarreL
some animal, constantly in trouble himself,
and entailing annoyance on his owner by his
readiness to "fall cut" with every other dog
be happened to" fall iu*' with. Mr. Shaw de
termined to get rid of his ill tempered depen
dent, and yesterday morning bound hiin with a
rope, tying hi. feet and head together, and
threw him tnto the river above the Falls. On
went poor Dick at a " lightning express train"
»peed toward the terrible precipice, and awav
went his executiouer to ainoke a friendly pipe
with a neighbor, aud to endeavor to forget the
fate of his animal. Upon his return home about
two hours afterward, his astonishment was
great to behold poor Dick alive, but much ex
hausted, awaiting his arrivul. He had made
the fearful journey in safety ; the rope which
had bound him had been broken, und he hai
made his way to hi* old quarters in the space
•f an hour and a halt! There is no question
bnt the dog went over the Falls, as he was
aeen close by the brink. Mr. Shaw declares
his intention never again to part with Dick un
til be dies a natural dea'h ; and he hopes that
bis temper may have been improved by his in
voluntary trip over lite Falls oi Niagara.—Bnf
falo Advertiser.
Balloon Ascension on Horseback.—
Mons. Petin, the iuventor of u new aerial ma
tliioe, hat* announced his intention to make a
balloon ascension oil horse >ack during the
celebration of the 4th of Jnty.
Generosity.—A young gentleman recent
ly found himself in company with three young
ladies,and generously divided an orunge be
tween them.
"You will rob yourself," exclaimed one of
die damsels.
"Not nt all," replied the innocent, "I have
three or four more in luy pocket."
Another Fatal Camphene Accident.—
A little girl, six vears of age. daughter of Mr.
W. Warner, in Philadelphia,carrying a lump
up stairs on Monday night in that citv, let it
fall, and was immediately enveloped in flumes,
from the effects of which she died iu three
hours.
Death of a Protentant Episcopal Bishop.
Charleston, June 24.—Bishop Gadsden of
this city, died ioday after a brief illness.
U. S. ship John Adams was at Madeira,
26th u 1 1., to sail for Port Praya the next day.
Gen. Persifer F. Smith hus arrived at New
Orleans from the Texan fromtier.
A bos of Htrawberries sold at Boston on
Saturday last for $4.
Bishop Chase, of New Hampshire, is per
forming Episcopal duties in Eastern N. York.
The expenses of the New York almshouse
department, during May, amounted to $"29,630-
46,
Should Gen. Scott resign his commission in
•he army he will be succeeded by Gen. Wool.
A meeting has been held at New Orleans
lo tender due honors to Meagher the Irish exile.
Hon. William King, the first Governor of
Maine, died at Bath, in that State, ou the 17th
iust.
Mr. Patrick Bradly, a native offreland, aged
150 years, died in New York on Tuesday.
Major Schlessinger, who recently escaped
from the Spanish prison, utCeuta, Africa ar
rived at Philadelphia lust week, in the city of
Glasgow.
W. B. Duil has been elected captain of the
Portsmouth (Va.,) Rifle Company, vice Captain
Forbes resigned.
FRESH BLTTKR.—Best fresh Rutter on ice
retailing at only 22 cents per pound
j* >8 HULBT & KiNG. Old Market.
FINE ClOAßS.—rteal ge-uine huh flavored
Havana Cigars, not to be surpassed in quality,
for sale by
je 31 • BENNETT &. BEERj. Druggists.
1A CASES YOL'NU HYSON, GLNI'OW
XU DER and IMPERIAL TEAS just received
and for sale by DABNEY & HAKES.
"" 7 Opposite Theatre.
14 VUKADLIO CK.MK.NT MOv obis ol
11 best quality, receiving and for sale by
i* - >:i DAVENPORT. ALLEN CO.
k I."!' 1 ' RD< K LAND Ll HE.—Balance ol
f u whr. Lyon's cargo, for sale by
Je23 RO3T. KANKIN.
25,000.^f EKIOK ~^^^
LEWIS D. CRENSHAW &. CO.
OKI .HE OOSHKN BUTTER.—22 Tubs
* and Firkins landing per steamer ltoanoke tor
«£hy JOHN H CLAIBORNE.
FANS ! FANS !! KANS! I !—We have ic store
a reiy handsome supply ol Pans, which wr are
telling very cheap at
CHAS HARTWELL *. CO.'S
J e 107, Broad Street
SIRES and SHOUU.DERSJ.-37bhds i D
Store and for sale by
WILLIAMS <fc BR».
UfJIN 'a PA'l EW'l ICE CKfcAM PREEZhRci
Another supply just received; also, plain
Freezert, for sale by R. M. ZIMMERMAN,
J e 22 Corner Main and 12th streets.
CLOCKS —30 oour, 8 and 15 day Clocks, Ame
rican, French and Vienna manufacture, a
great variety, for sale by K. M. ZIMMERMAN.
J* **3 Corner Main and 12th streets.
ONE HUNDRED BOXES
LOAF SUGAR, 50 barrels Crushed and Pul
verized do, by
KDWIN WORTH AM & CO
1 CA BBLS. thomaston ETST
lt '« receiving and for saie by
Je «2 KDWIN WORTHAM & CO.
anu old
>M EDWIN WORTHAM ic CO
T£fL A€, £° , BOX tee»
J. best quality, Just raoeired and far sale bv
*7 *6 ROBECT RANKIN.
CHEESE.—6S ken new
O Goshen Butter, and 50 boxes new Goshen
Ckeese, receiving and for sale by
J£*.L WM. TAYLOR.
Iv formleb ton ®* UBIl • • B P e rior quality,
Ma* 1 DAVENPORT. ALLEN *0.
htanmzzixi.
Alto, a lot of fine Pine Apple*. Call in next door
Kxek—gfßaak.
IRRIVALB AT THE PRINCIPAL HOTELS
yesterday.
EXCHANGE HOTEL-C a Dnimmond, Nor
folk C W Folaon, Rand D K Road; R 8 Poreber
ittrt l»dy, Charleaton: Mr. A Jordan, tiouthamptoljj
R r»rrith, N Orlean.; J H Ha.ting», Borton; h H
Wil'i.m., N York; F G Pooke, Georgia; Dr W
HelmXa Helra and Mi.. E T Whiting. Warren
,ot Va O W Panel., Mia.; J T IWwrlght, Rich
m»ad; W J Ecbertton, Charlotteavflle; L Mac
kenzie, Alexandria; J F Steele, and W Dunegan,
Alabama; T F Foreman and 2 .on., Georgia; J H
Timberlake. Charlottesville; A Perkins, arid lady,
Kluvonn.; Dr O A Crensbaw, Cha. City; W H
Taylor, Norfolk; J C Rugglea, D R Road; L M
Flournry, Ky, Z Le Dreux and Miaa Le Dreux,
Loutaiana.
COLUMBIAN HOTEL—I Garnett, Charlottes
viile; W T North. Lvachburg; T B Dillard N C; VV
C White, Danville; W William., Lunenburg; J R
Leath and J C Fowlkea, Nottoway; J R Hill, Appo
m.ttox; T H Ttittaylrr, I King. J A Land mm and
A W Strange. Eiuranna; J T Craddoci, Philadel
phia; A N Hendrick and R Boyd, Ku..ell; C P
Sneed. Rockbridge; J N Mann, Eatillviile; T Bor
ton, Neckieville; C W Kilgore, Osborn'. Kord-
AMERICAN HOTEL.—Dr Coleman, RichmonJ;
Mrs Kerr, Mia. S Kerr, Mi.3 M Kerr, and J F Boi
oeau, Petersburg; J B Gardner, Charlotte, Va; W
F Roberts. Va; E Crann. Newark, N J; M A Heis
ter, New York; C Cowherd, Gordonsville; A H
Lewi. New York; J H Beck Washington; C B
Brown, California; Dr P E Collins, Georgia; C H
Brown, Mr Davi. and lady, Mi«. Campbell, and
Mis. Sloane, N C; R O Ward anil family, Mont
gomery; Dr E Powell, Gooch.'and; J H Litzgerald,
Buckingham.
CITY HOTEL—J H Barlow, Williamsburg; T
L Page, Hanover; Burnett Walthall and James W
Ellis, Amelia; Richard A Moody, R & DR R; D
Stickney, Maine; James B Canon, Hanover; J
Hutching, N C; J II Beck, Washington; Mrs Wal
thall, Amelia.
MARINE NEWS.
PORT OF RICHMOND .
ARRIVED,
Steamer Pennsylvania, Baymore, Philadelphia,
mdse, &c, to Mayo &. Atkinson.
SAILED,
Schooner Courier, Davis, Washington, stone.
Schr Florence, Locke, Halifax, flour.
Range ot the Thermometer
Ax J. W. Randolph's No. 131, Main street,
YESTKHDAY.
Ta. «. 1 12 m. I 5 p. at.
70 | 73 I 71
FKESII WHITE SILPUUK^ND
OTHER. MINERAL WATERS —We have just
received a supply «t White Sulphur Water, from
the Greenbrier White Sulphur Springs.
Fresh Blue Lick Water, direct from the Blue
Lick Springs in Kentucky.
Saratoga Water, from the Congn s» Spring, Sara
toga.
Oak Orchard Acid Mineral Water, from the Oak
Orchard Acid Mineral Springs, Genesaee county,
New York.
This water is highly recommended by medical
men, and is coming rapidly into use for various dis
eases, such as chronic affections of the digestive
and urinary organs, and some ot the cutaneous dis
eases, chronic dyspepsia, chronic diarrhoea, chronic
dysentery, chronic diuresis, chronic cystitis, dia
betes, in cases of low typhoid fevers, in coi» vales
cencefrom protracted fevers, to excite the appetite
and promote digestion, piles, dropsy, &c
Ordinary dose for an adult, a wine glass fail, di
luted, taken throe times a day.
Pamphlets embracing its analysis, by Professor
Silliman, opinions of medical writer#, and various
letters as to its curative properties in certa n dis
eases, furnished gratuitously t»y
ADIE & GRAY,
je2l Sole Agents for the State of Virginia.
rpilE FKIEND OF MOSES, at A. MOR-
A Rig' Book»'.ore.
The Friend of Moses, or the Defence of the Pen
tateuch as the production of Moses ; and an inspir
ed docume;>t against the objection of modern
skepticism, byWra.T. Hamilton, D D.
The Glory of Christ—illustrated in his character
and history—including the last of his mediatorial
government, by Gardner Spring.
What Now '( tor young ladies leaving school, by
Chas T Deena.
Revolutionary Memorial, etnbracirj; Poems, by
Rev. Wheeler Case. Published in 1773.
je 35
Fl t n and frol.ic.-t h. greshau
has lor sale for the present week, the following
illustrated Comic Papers:
YANKEE NOTIONS lor July: a rich number,
containing 80 comic engravings and 100 original
a'tides of wit and humou'—piice enly 12 cts
PICTORIAL LANTERN tor 4th July: a very
funny paper—6 cts
BROTHER JONATHAN lor 4th July—l2c
NEW YORK PlCK—tic
NEW YORK PICAYUNE—6c
NEW YORK REVEILLE—6c
All weekly comic P-pers, lull of fun, all for sale
regularly at my counter.
THOMAS H GRESHAM,
j" 25 109 X Broad stree'.
CiHOltK MEW BOOKS, at the Ex-
J change Bookstore.
The Mexican War : a history of its origin, and a
detailed account of the various battles, treaty of
peace, &c , fully illustrated, by E D Munsfield—6l
Statistics and Collection! essentially necessary to
persons connected with Railways and Canals, by
aainue Salt—2sc
White's Natural History of Selborne, by Edward
Jes»ee, fcsq, vvith lorty engravings—l 25
A Faggot ot Freuch Sticks, or Paris in 1851, by
Sir Francia Head—l OC
TheDh^a of Bruce: a story from Scottish His
tory, hy Grace Aguilar, author of "Home Influence,"
two vols— I 00
A Treatise ~u a Box of Instruments and the Slide
Rule, for tue use ot gaugeis, engineers, seamen and
sludeuts, b>- T Kentish—l 00
Lays of the Scottish Caval.ers and other Poems
by William EAytoun— 1 00
Biographical Illustrations of Westminister Abbey
I by Geo Lewis Smith—l 00
Dictionary of Shaksperian Quotations 1 00
The Gipsey's Daughter, a novel, by Mrs Grey,
author of the Gamester's Wife, &c—2sc
Ben brace : a new 6ea tale, by Capt Chamier, au
hor of th>» Life of a Sailor—soc
Gilderoy, the Freebooter : a tale of heroic Deed"
and Female Daring—2sc
Godey's Lady's Book ior July—2sc
Principalities and Powers, by Charlotte Eliza
beth—37c. For sale by
je 18 GEO. M WEST &. BROTHER.
( WOl'i'AK! ONE OOLI, AK .
CXTtnuN \ R UC , TI °N—Bring Jour money to
OSBORN tCO s splendid Skylight Daguerrean
Gal.ery. as we have lost work in sticking to the
legu.ar prices, or, in other words, have been under
pricX^eT l , lßlß ' We hBVe rea, ' lvf ' d t0 the
1 Sue half the t° ' 0f BWCe plc,uru and case-just
one bait xht, tormer price. We are the first that
have ever attempted to work at Northern prices
and we shah expect a libera! support Bear in mind
our pictures are taken with a tine rtyj't '
i Sign of the American Flags, Banks
Any person having a picture ol ours that is not
good, can have it retaken free of cost. my 5
SALE Tills liAV.— Peach, Uhu
; bttrb - and Green Apple Pies. Send
m your orders early if you want something verv
For sale at WM FALCONER'S
my " Bakery. N« 171 Main st
U'lllTE i>UAn<) LINEN SACK?*.—Just
" received, another lot of those beauti'ul white
v :alßU,^ biteLinen Dri " Pantß ' Wtlte
Marseilles Vests thin Cravats, half hose. Shirts,
Collot Gimo Merino Shirts, Drawers, ic, suits
street WarnJ weather - Call at No. 102 Main
JliZ KEEN, CHILES Sl BALDWIN
B.'.WS'"' — >»'«■
saws
iJSSS±JSR~u!&Z2g
Bleak House, by Charles Dickens, part IV-12c
Retired by G . M WEST A BKO ,
J e 1B Under Exchange Hotel.
SUt'f'i./rS'S'"* few pairs ol tn»e stitcn
& ed Light Calf BooU, at only $3, at No 43 Main
iirctii DJT
| _U WILLIAM WALBH.
SUPERIOR RUiM, for *de
J* 88 JOHK H. CLAIBORNE
250 ®""«v
„> ; DAVENPORT, ALLEN * CO.
B'ferMil Jn" received and
91 WILLIAMS * BROTHER.
B. VRANCB * CO.,
SUCCESSORS OF F. MORRIS 4k CO.,
Mala Street. Kichmoad, Va.
Splendid gdMMt for Jim, 1899.
ALL PRIZS LOTTERY FOR JUNi, ltfTH.
Each and every ticket in this Lotterj will be a
prise—for all those tickets without drawn number
are each entitled to S3 gross
•37.765, 12,000, 7,5001
Graad Consolidated Lottery, Class 16,t0
be drawn at Baltimore on Saturday; June 19th.—
75 numbers, 11 drawn.
capitals:
1 prize of. I prize of. .....$ 1500
1 do 12 000 10 do 1200
1 do 7,500 10 do 600
1 d 0...: 5,500 10 do 300
1 do 3 st'o 119 do 100
Tickets $10; halves 3. quarters 2 50.
|®30,000, 7,000, 100 of 1,000!
(Susquehanna Lottery, Class No 26, to be
drawn at Baltimore on Wednesday, June 23rd. 75
numbers, 13 drawn.
capitals:
1 prize of $30,000 f X prizo of 51,500
I do 7,0001 1 do 1,250
1 do 3,228 100 do 1,000
1 do 2,000 140 do 200
Tickets $10: halves 5. quarters 2 50.
{BRILLIANT LOT I'ERY FOR JUNE 26, 1852.
$60,000 GRAND CAPITAL!
2 of 10,000, 2 of 5,000, 100 of 1,000!
16 drawn ballots in eacli package of 26 tickets.
Grand Consolidated Lottery, Cla«s O, to
be drawn at Baltimore on Saturdaj, June 26th. 78
uumbers, 16 drawn.
GRAND CAPITALS :
1 prize of. $60,000 I 4 prizes of $2,500
1 do 18,326 I 100 do 1,000
2 do 10,000 MOO do 250
2 do 5,000 |35 do 175
Tickets $20; halves 10, quarters 5.
$33,000, 22,000, 11,000!
Susquehanna Lottery, Class No 27, to be
drawn at Baltimore ou Wednesday, June3<Jth—
75 numbers, 13 drawn.
capitals :
1 prize of. $33,000 1 prize of $3000
1 do 22,000 1 do 2000
I do 11.000 20 do 1250
1 do 5,495 20 do 750
Tickets $10; halves 5, quarters 2 50.
Certificate ot a package of wholes $120, halves
SO, quarters 30.
Orders for Tickets in any of the Maryland
Lotteries will meet the mi.et prompt and confiden
tial attention, if addressed to R. FRANCE & CO.,
Managers, or to C. W. PURCELL,
my 31 Richmond, Va.
C' KOAK TAR. —The most successful remedy
> now in use tor the cure of incipient Consump
tion, Bronchitis, Asthma, Coughs, Putrid Sore
Throat, Dyspepsia, diseases of the Kidneys and
Liver, King's Evil, Piles, Tetter, and all diseases
arising from impure blood and enftebled state of
the system.
Baltimore, May 27, 1852.
Mrs. Norris—Dear Madam : Permit me to say to
yoa, for the benefit of others similarly afflicted, that
1 whs taken laßt November, with a severe cough and
a general weakness that completely prostrated me
For several months I was so far reduced that I
could not attend tomy busicess. I became so weak
that I was not able to sit up for more than a half
hour st a time, when I --v-ould be compelled to lie
down to gain streugt'u I tried a dozen different
a'ticies, recommence to me as cuaee, but received
no relief from any of them. My cough and weak
nees increased, and, in fact, 1 was so far gone, that
I seriously thought I should die, when I heard of
your valuable medici > . the Cedar Tar. 1 tried it,
and I had taken it but a few days before I found
great relief. My appetite became so good that
I could eat ever'- thing tf-at was put before me. 1
would commend it to all afflicted like myself, as a
certaii. cure, tor I consider myself now perfectly
well Yours, respectfully,
JOHN F. MARTIN,
No. 123 Frankiiu street.
Home Testimony.
We are permitted to refer to the following per
sons, citizens of Richmond and vicinity, out of a
large number, ( ho, from motives of deiicacy, pre
frr that their names should not be made public.)
who have received great benefit from the use of the
Tar: Win. C. Crump, Dentist, H Meseke, Jsmes
R. Moore, Joha B Dodd, Charlottesville, Va.
Call and see certificates.
ISf* Beware of counterfeits. The genuine ar
ticle is for sale by
P.HORTON KEACH,9I Ma*n stroet,
Sole Agent for Richmond, and
je 10 General Agent for Eastern Virgini*.
HOUSE ani> LAND FOR SALE AT
WALKERTON, IN KING AND QUEEN
COUNTY, VA.—We offer for sale a small FARM
at Walkerton, on the Mattaponi River, containing
about sixty seven acres of Land, well-situated",
with * spring of good water, and an excellent two
story framed dwelling, with three fire-places, and
sufficiently commodious for the genteel accommo
dation ot a small family. The dwelling and neces
saiy out houses have just been built, and the dwell
ing well pointed. It Las a good garden also, r -
cently enclosed. This property is favorably situ
Rted in a densely settled and wealthy neighborhood,
and is a good situation for a lawyer. A bargain
will be sold in this property, and a long credit given,
it desirable, on most of the purchase money. Apply
to. TOLER & COOK,
J" General Agents.
RICH.IIOND AND DANVILLE RAIL
ROAD.—EXCURSION TICKET.-On and
after Thursday, May 20fh, Excursion Tickets will
beiiMued overthe Richmond and Danville Railroad
tare from Richmond t" the Junction and back
the same day, 82 5 J ; children under three years of
age. free; from three to twelve years, half price.
The cars leave ths depot every morning, except
Sunday, at 7, A. M.; returning, arrive at Richmond
at 1:45, P.M.
mv 19 JOHN H OSBORNE. Sup't.
jgSfc CARU.—I nave tins day purchased ol
Traff r Richard Adam the Bakery business
.giL conducted by him at No. 171 Main street,
and having additional facilities for carry
ing on the same, I am preparedto fill ail orders lor
Bread, Cakes, Cracker*, «kc, &c, at the
shortest notice and most tavorable terms, aud re
spectiully solicit the continued patronage of the
citizens ot Richmondjand surrounding couuiry to
the establishment.
ri> . _ , , r WILLIAM FALCONER.
[Richmond, \ a., April 29, 1c1.52.1 my 7
f ! f w * A.ND STEEL STORE.—ISO tons
lion, comprising a lull assortment ot English,
Country, tSweede* aud Tredegar Iron; Nail Rods.
Plough Plate*, Hoop and Sheet Iron.
-.J tons Nayior a best Cast t?teel, embracing dat.
square, octagon and shear Steel.
3 tons English and American blistered and German
Steel for sale by
■Ml EDWIN WORTHAM & CO.
'jPO EXCCR*IOMSTn Tne .uPscnber
*- has just received Irom New York a splendid
fast s:uiiug yacht called the Koanoke. Itisca
pabie ol comfortably accommodating from twelve
tofitteen persons. At a moment's notice it can be
prepaicd ior the transit ol a pleasure party to any
ol the beautiful groves that line the banks of tht
sparkung Jam-s. Persons desiring to hire the
yacht t»y the dav,or for a few hours' sail, will please
apply at SCOFiELD S New York Saloon. Terms
reasonable.
. J. SCOFIELD, N.York Saloon;
J*- —«ni Mnio nt.. Hitf
!\<|TlT'E.— At rto. lia o-.tJd ,ua ~n,
r!n.i?! Q 38 S°pd en assortment of Ready Mad"
are weSITi b ® f ? und , io this Cit y- ° ur
cash sVi?Bra"i' JiS 9 ° ld Very chpH P tor
je 2 MERCHANT & WEISIGER;
n"b Ats« ac. No. 112, Main st.
-B. Also A fine assortment of Shirts and Col
WSh^S'rfcreiLra^ 01 ot w,re
windowi, ate.,for »Ele by HUe *' coTenng
" y U VAN-LEW k TAYLOR
FAK»I FOK SAIjK.-At the ril.,:; —r—
the city of half an hour's ride we hnvnf 7*
a Farm of 200 to 300 acrVofLand nf„ S , al "
quality, and so improred, in ail respects, as ton°n
der ,t verv desirable. The yield otthi. Karm°h™
years, will equal the price at which it it held w
solicit early calla. TOLEH & COOK.
]e lfa General Agecu.
I 1 ' "jddltiG-A box .aid to contain
■-J Linen Gooda, marked K., Pic K., R. A luit
able reward will be paid tor it» delirery to the un
designed, or for such information as will lead to
Ms recovery. Apply to
- U LfIDLAM ft WATSON.
\ FARM KOK BALE.-We of-
Whlto ru/s * hMndred acre * of 'wd, lying on
• eTen mUe# Wow the city ;
woodS U wrti
All the cleared iaod is under • arw fence. The
,T,f.? Te^e nU «■ dwelling, wdi^
usual outhooaea—all new. Apply to na
... TOLER ft COCK,
1 General Agents.
1000 BTATK »*<»«*» for
«» LEWIS D. CRENSHAW ft CO
WK daily bear mt the mint astonishing core*
being effected by that great and popular medi
cine, the « en^® G# PjUUIBLL^|
CELEBRATED ARABIAN LIMIMEHT,
The area teat remedy ever discovered for almost all
complaints requiring an externa] application, either
in man or beast, in the short length of time it has
been introduced to the people of the United States,
it has gained a reputation unequaled by any otber
medicine in the known world. Why 1» it? The
answer is plain: because no medicine of the kind
has ever been put before the public so deserving of
the rich laurels it has acquired; and it will continue
to gain friends as long as ft performs the most extra
ordinary cures of various descriptions, after the
doctors and other remedies had failed. We do not
only say that the geuume H. G. Farrell's Arabian
Liniment can and does porform cures which no
otber medicine can do, but you have here certificates
of what it has donei
Thasdbus Smith, of Hudd Crenk, Tazewell
county, Illinois, says : " I had lost the use of my
arm tor more than a year by palzy or paralysis;
the flesh had entirely withered away, leaving no
thins but skin, muscle and bone. 1 tried afl the
best doctors and all the lemedies I could hear of,
but they did no good. I then commenced the use
of H. G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment, nd a few bot
tles entirely cured me, and my arm is now as strong
and fl' shy as the other. It is also first rate for
burns, sprains and bruises.
The celebrated Dr. Jaynk, whose reputation as
a benefactor to mankind extends over the whole
world, reports that a lady of one of the first fami
lies in Philadelphia had been confined to her bed
fourteen years wi h Kheumatism, and was cured by
H. G. Farrell's Arabian Liniment. He also says:
"Your Liniment is going rapidly ; send me a supply
immediately by Leech's fast line."
My daughter, when six months old, was taken
with a swelling in the tonsils, which grew larger
and larger, till when six years old, she had great
difficulty in swallowing ber food. Every night,
watch was kept, fearing she would suffocate The
best doctors attended her, but could give no relief.
I took her to the most eminent doctors in the East;
they idid there was no help for her but to outgrow
it. With a sad heart I returned home with her,
when she became so much worse that the doctors
had to be called in again ; they decided the tonsils
must be cut off, as the only means of giving relief
My wife would not consent to this, and she deter
mined to try your Liniment, which gave relief the
very first application, and by a continued use she
entirely recovered. She is now ten years old, and
fleshy and healthy as could be desired. Your Lini
ment is also the best in use for sprains, bruises,
cuts, burns, headache, &c.; and It will remove the
most severe pain in a few minutes. It also cured
called udder in my cow in a few days.
Peoria, March 20, 1849. GEORGE FORD.
Mr. H G. Farrell: Your Arabian Liniment is the
greatest medicine for horse Ueshin the world. I had
a mare about to foal, when she became so helpless
that she could not rise from the ground: she was
in this way for several days, when with seven others
i succeeded in raising her up, which was the only
way it could be done, when I commenced the use
of your excellent Liniment, rubbed in well over
the loin*, and astonishing as it may appear, before I
used up a bottle of the dollar size, she was able to
get up and walk herself. I would not have given
ten dollars for her bef«re, and many advised me to
shoot her to put her out of misery; she is now one
ot my best mares. I suppose it was a strain in the
loins. G. W. HUNT
Peoria, 111., July 2,1849.
To guard agaiuti impotllion, read the fol
lowing carefully:
The public are particularly cautioned against a
base Counterfeit which has lately made its appear
ance, and i 3 called by the Importer who makes it,
"W. B. FarrelFs Arabian Liniment." This is a
dangerous fraud, and more liable to deceive from
his bearing the name of Farrell. Therefore be par
ticular never to call for it by the name ''FarrelVs Li
niment," for unprincipled dealers will impose this
SPURIOUS Mixture upon you for the genuine, but
always ask for H. G. Faerell's Arabian Lini
ment," and take no other, as the genuine always
has the letters H. G. before Farrell's, his signa
ture is also on the outside wrapper, and these
words blown in the glass bottle. "H. G. FAR
RELL'S ARABIAN LINIMENT, PEORIA."
Call on the agent, who will furnish Jrr.e of charge,
a Book containing much valuable, information, tor
every class of citizens.
Price—2sc., 50c. and one dollar per bottle.
The only Genuine is manufactured by H G
Farrell, sole inventor and proprietor, and wholesale
druggist, No 17 Main street, Peoria, 111., and for gale,
wholesale and retail at proprietor's prices, by
PURCELL, LADD & CO.,
92, Main St.. corner of 14th,
ap 6—d3m Richmond, V».
Ladius, if you want gaitek
BOOTS ANI) SHOES OF GOOD QUALITY,
call on the subscriber
The subscriber is now manufacturing Ladies'
and Misfes' Gaiter Boots and Shoes ot the best
quality that can be had in this country. So Ladies
in waut of Bcots or Shoes of good quality, will
please call and leave their orders cs they will be
proper y attended to,and no pains spared to please
ALEX HILL. 127 Main St..
je r5 Richmond, Va.
SOUTHERN KUUAiiIA DEPOT, NU
91 MAIN STREET, RICHMOND, VA.—P.
llorton Keach, manufacturer of Reaalia for the
Eucampment and Subordinate Lodges,"l. t>. O. F.,
Masons, Sons of Temperance, Rschabites, Red
Men, and all other societies; also, Banners, Flags.
Signals, &c.,in the latest and most approved styles,
not surpassed by any Northern manufacturers in
quality or price. Lodges, Encampments, aud Di
visions fitted out with Costumes, Robes, Sashes.
Jewels, Staffs ol Office, Gavels, <kc.
N. B.—Drawings and Designs for Banners, Rega
lia, <fcc, will be turnished, and any information re
quired will be cheerfully imparted on application,
or bv addr»-s»inethe advertiser. my "29—im
'IMIIN COATS, SACK.Si, iSLc—No. lua,
M. Main street
Black Silk Warp Alpacca
Colored do do
Grey mix'd goat's hair do
Grass, Liuen and Grass Silk do
Merino, Stroud's and light cloth do
Black and Fancy Pants, all Grades
do do Vests, all do
Fancy Cravats, half hose. Collars, Shirts, Draw
ers, Gauze Merino Shirts, &c. The goods must be
sold, the cash must be raised. Call on
je 17 KEEN. CHILES fc BALDWIN.
m . SHOES THAT AKt. SliOE?».— A e
sg invite the attention of economists to the fol
JK lowing styles of Ladies' and Misses' Shoes
at the following prices:
Handsome Gaiter Boots, SI 50,2 00, ar.d li 50
Misses' Gaijers. $T, and 1 25
Misses' Union, Bloomers, (a good article, by Mc-
Curdy) SI 25
Ludies' Mor. blips, and Ties, (Philadelphia man
ufactured) 75 cts
Ladies* Gaiter Buskins (a great bargain) it 81
Children's Pol's*, Jenny Liud and other styles
Ladies' Travelling Trunks and Bonnet Boxes.
WHITE & PAGE,
7o' Main st, 3 doors below Dooley's Hat Store,
je 16
"|jj WURTII k UK ATTiS.MIOA.-l
jßtLhave this day received two thousand Canada
atraw HATS, suitable for servants, which I am dis
posed to sell at a very low price. Those in wan:
ot harvest Hats lor servants will find it to their in
terest to call at No. 87 Main 6treet. Also, a beauti
tul article of India Straw Hats for gentl-.mens' wear
my 7 JOHN THOMPSON.
M IMPORTANT NOTICE TO A
HAT AND BOOT WEARERS—The ■
cheapest place in the city to buy is at J. H.
ANTHONY'S, where Moleskin Hats of the
best quality are sold at 50: second quality
Silk 42 50.
Fine Calf-skin Sewed Boots $3 50
Patent Leather Congress Boots 2 75
Patent Leather Oxford Ties 2 73
Patent Leather Monterey Boots 3 25
Together with an assortment of Panama, Leg
horn and soft Hats, Umbrellas, &c.
mh3o COLUMBIAN HOTEL.
SJILVJKK SPOON*, dtC.-We have just re
U ceived an additional supplv of Silver Table,
Dessert, and Tea Spoons; Pickle Knives #ni
Porka, Butter Knives; also. Plated Spoons and
(JENNET Si JAMES,
j 6 '** Eagle Squ»re.
f JUORiCE.—II3 cases J C. Si Co's Licorice
U superior order and quality; 25 eases Ynurria
Licorice, superior order and quality; St eases stick
Licorice, Lahonia; 50 eaaes do do, Barracco; 30
i i ' Wore lor sale by
Jli HACON fc BASKERVILL.
C; "£* P rf , TBAB *r Cou,t,,nl ly receiving a sup
°' Teaa, ireah, by every arrival. A large
always on hand, leuiling at 50 per cent
lea* thfci usual pricas. Call and examine.
. , D HULST Si KING.
je 18 Old Market and 3M Broad street-
If AY 3 !•»<•—The Fi?e Lore Adventures of
l " Solomon M»d other Sketches. by David
L Koath, author -°\ Bandit, &c.—Bsc
The Pictorial Killer, or Omnibus of Broad
Grins: fare to Perpetual Laughter—3sc
For ante h*
jeltl 0. M. WEST * BEO
AVMJVa C'HXBST FftCTO
t£eHL| RAli, —Of all the numeroua medicinea
extant, (and tome of Ibem valuable,) far
care of pulmonary complaint*, no
il Jm XW thine ha* ever been found which could
in ita efFeeta with this prepare-
Uou ™ Jtheia cure tomntimet, but at ail tiroea and
in all diseaaea of the luags and throat where medi
dne relief, this will do It It i. pliant to
take, and perfectly aafe in accordance with
rection* We do not advertue for the informauoo
of thoae who hare tried it but those who have not
Familiea that have known iU value will not be with
out it, and by ita timely uae, they are secure frnm
Ihc dangerous eon#equence» of Cough* and Cold*
which neglected, ripen into fatal consumption.
The Diploma of the Ma*s»chu*etts Institute wm
awarded to this preparation by the Board ol Judge*
in September, 1847; also, the Medais of the thr*>
great institutes of Art in this country ; also; the Di
ploma of the Ohio Institute at Cincinnati, has been
given to the Cherry Pectoral, by their Govern
ment. in consideration of iU eiJraordinary excel
lence and usefulness in curing atfcction* of the
Lungi and Throat.
Read the following opinion, founded on the long
experience of the eminent.Physician of the Port and
City of Johns, May 8, 1851.
Dr. J. C. Ave* : Five years trial of your Cherry
Pectoral in my practice has proven what I foresaw
from its composition, must be true, that it eradi
cates and cures the colds and coughs to which we,
in thissectiou, are peculiarly liable.
I think its equal has not yet been discovered, nor
do I kDow how a better remedy can be made for
I the distempers of the Throat and Lungs.
J. J. BURTON, M. D , F. R S.
See what it has done on a wasted constitution, not
only in the following cases, but a thousand more:
Sudbury. January 24th, ISSI.
Dr. Aver: In the month of July last I was at
tacked by a violent diarrhoea in the mines of Cali
fornia. I returned to San Francisco in hope of re
ceiving benefit from a change of climate and diet
My diarrhcßa erased, but was followed by a severe
cough, and much aoreness. I finally started for
borne, but received no benefltfrom the voyage. My
cough continued to grow worse, and when I arrived
in New York, I was at once marked by my ac
quaintances as a victim of consumption. I must
confess that I saw no sufficient reason to doubt what
my friends all believed. At this time I commew d
taking your truly valuable medicine with little ex
pectation ol deriving any benefit lrom its use. You
would not receive these lines did I not regard it my
duty to state to the afflicted, through you, that my
health, in the space of eight months, is fully re
stored. I attribute it to the use of your Cheary
Pectoral.
Yours, truly, WILLIAM W. SMITH.
Washington, Pa., April 12, 1848.
Dear Sir : Peeling that I have been spared from
a premature grave, through your instrumentality,
by the providence of God, I will take the li jerty to
express to you my gratitude.
A Cough and the aUrming symptoms of Con
sumption had reduced me too low to leave me
anything like hope, when my physician brought me
a bottle of your Pectoral. It seemed to afford im
mediate relief, and now in a lew weeks time has re
stored me to sound health.
If it will do for others what it has tor me. youare
certainly oneot the benefactors of mankind
Sincerely wishing you every blessing, I am, very
respectfully,yours, JOHN J CLARKt\,
Rector of St. Peter's Church.
With such assurance and from such men, no
stronger proof can be adduced, unless it be from
its effects upon trial. Prepared and sold by
JAMES C. AYER
Practical and Analytical Chemist,
Lowell, Mass.
Sold 'by PURCELL, LADD & CO., and PEY
TON JOHNSON, Richmond, and by DruedjMs
everywhere. je I—lm'
TflK WORLD NEVER BEFORE SAW
1 SUCH A MASS OK HOME TESTIMONY
GIVEN TO ANY OTHER MEDICINE —Cure of
Consumption, Neuralgia, Fain in the Side,
&c<
Messrs. Mortimer Sc Mowbray—Gentlemen : It is
with pleasure I can testily to the great healing pow
ers of Hampton's Vegetable Tincture. My
wile had been afflicted for three years, laboring wi
der a constant hacking cough, wits a most violent
pain iu the right side, neuralgia of the bead, and a
dimness of eight—very little rest, day or night, and
much emaciation, and to all appearances a rapid
consumption inevitable. We had the most emi
nent physician in Annapolis, but his medicine did
not givn her Bny relief at all, but growing worse if
any change in the least—and after having read one
of your pamphlets, in July last, the concluded to
try Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, and atter taking
but two bottles ot which (under a kind Providence)
we perceived a very great change for the better—
her appetite improved, her skin became quite clear,
cough, pains, neuralgia, &c, entirely left her, and
by the time she had taken a few bottles more, she
was completely cured, and is now in the enjoyment
of most excellent health
I have seen also its beneficial cSfects on several
jther ladies of Annapolis, and I think I can say,
from what I have seen of the Medicine, that I do
not believe its curative poweri can be equalled. A
sense of duty to the afflicted has induced me to
drop these few lines for their benefit.
Respectfully, EDWARD SANDS,
Master of schr. George Barber,
Annapolis Packet, No. 3 Tobacco Warehorse, Light
Baltimore, May Ist, 1852. Street Wharf
TRUTH STRANGER THAN FICTION.
NONE NEED DESPAIR!
A Lady's Testimony, after 38 Year* of
Suffering.
Were there not real virtue in this worderful Me
dicine, could it pertoru. the astonishing cures which
are made by it ?
Nobthamfton Co., April 13,1852.
Me»srs. Tyler Ac Adair: I have been afflicted
with Rheumatism at times from my twelfth year.
I will be 50 years of age the 18th of this month;
the attacks were so seveie at times as to render me
helpless I havi trie., various remedies to very
little effect. Last October 1 was attacked in my
shoulders, sides, back and hips; I could not rest
day or night; I could not move any part of my
body without crying with pain. At this time 1 al
so tried many remedies, internal and ex ernal,
without relief. I was »t last advised to try HAMP
TON'S VEGETABLE TINCTURE Before I
taken one bottle of which, I felt much better, Hnd
ai I continued taking it I felt strength coming' into
my back and limbs, and my stomach strengthened
and revived every way. I have taken five bottles
and am much better thin 1 ever expected to be.
I intend to use it whenever I need, and would re
commt-nd it to the afflicted, believing it unequalled
Yours, ELIZABETH BAGWELL.
Messrs. Mortimer 3c Mowbray:
Mrs Elizabeth Bagwell is a lady of the bigbest
respectability,wealthy ani influential The cure in
her case speaks volumes in favor of this won< erful
Tincture. Several other persons we hare heard of,
have derived great benefit from its use in our
country. We are entirely out of the article, and
have daily anxious enquirers to know when wc
will receive another supply We expect large sales
of it from the present demand, and want you to
3end us a box as soon as possible.
, ,}o«w. I'YLER Ac ADAIR,
April 12,1852. Northampton Co., Va
Hampton's Vegetable Tincture, by its
mild action on the Stomach, Liver and the Kid
neys, will cure Dyspepsia, Cough, Asthma, Bron
chial and Lung Atic-ctious, Pains in the. Back, Side
and Breast, Consumption, Scrofula Rheumatism,
Gout, Neuraluia, Fistula, Piles. Bowel Complaints!
Worms, Nervous Debility, w.th all diseases arising
from impure blood, and is the greatest Female Me
dicine ever known.
Call on those having this wot dcrful article for
sale and get pamphlet* gratis, and read cei tiiicates
from the best men in the country.
For Cholera Morbus, Cholic, Diarrhoea, and all
diseases incident to the bowel* in the summer sea
son, it has no equal.
For sale by O. A. STRECKER, Main street, Rich
mond ; O. B.JONES & CO., Petersburg, Va;Dr.
COOKE, Fredericksburg; MORTIMER Sl MOW -
BRAY, Baltimore; and by Drufigi»ts generally.
PRIVATE PHACTIC'K.—Dr PLUME t
CO. may be consulted, confidentially, for the
treatment of the following diseases: Eruptions,
Sore Legs, Ulcers, Glandular Swellings, or en
largements, Syphilis, and all morbid discharges,
whether recent or chronic. Also, all those com
plaints termed female diseases. The advertisers
Invite attention to their chemical extract of Wild
Flowers, which may be regarded as the very best
article kuown, to give tone and vigor to certain
abused aud debilitated organs, as well as to renovate
a system shattered by dissipation or other cause.
Medicines securely put up, with full directions,
and sent to order. Post paid letters promptly at
loaded to. Office on Franklin street, below Ex
change Hotel, and first door below Trinity church,
Richmond. Virginia fe #
L|<*U»K HHOkH.—Kurgf-d horse and uiule
*■ * Shoes, and Griffin's horse afaoe Mai s, for sale
m T 18 VAN LEW Ac TAYLOR.
QTORAOEr-l an prepared to receive any
°* Btor ** e ' ** Lnntlt>er
>«» JOHN W WRIGHT.
I bW * No * Lard, for sale by
« J*U WILLIAM TIYLO&.
t&k gam
T O. The subaenVr fs sow
to Sumner's ?urtioß
pi Pe* »"d Fixture ior IfctmS
•tore*, dwellings, factoriea and public "
pat m at ebortnotice. He will also put up wrt]£
iron pipe and fixtures for strain and botw.w !r
culation. He flatters himself that
knowledge of and prompt attention to
fe BS—ta Practical Gas Fitter
M #Ufl rw*»Tfso, leTenl new mm)
A
IWCTH e¥ef y "J l ® of Gas Future .;
E * Cr V w «y» on hand. For sale «
ItrelbT Bam ° S ' 101 *3
mh 29 STEBBINS, DARRACOTT a. rn
ggßk DKNTAI, BUKUEONZK:
rv ) offer* his professional *•»;£.
to the citizens of Richmond and vicinity.
Office 145 Main street, t»ile'Square
Rkf*MNC*s.—Profesaor C. B. Gibson Pn3w
sor C. P. Johnson, Rev Dr He well, Rev j' n tv!"
lor. Rev Ro. Ryland, A. G. Wortham, M d inJ"
Wm. F. Butler, Esq, Richmond. '
Professor C. A Harris, Professor Thcm»« r
Bond, Professor W R Handy, p ro f c or™,
and Laster Noble, D. D. B', Baltimore. ' '
my 28—1 m*
J DK \ aooin«to>.
Dentist—PRACTITIOM
SINCE 1842, invites lotion
to a few more new facts.
He has ceased t•> pick his own teeth, complain of
the newspapers, and sigh over taking another ex
tra nap, whilst waiting for the non arrival of >»
aching victim. Why? Because, Mr Common
Sense has made known, that the Doct it pulls Te »ti»
for '.'5 cents, tills with silver at 50 cts, and with gold
for 75 cts; then bis upper seta cost only *50
therefore, a few friends of Mr. C. £>. have sought on»
Dr. Aldington's office. ®p2g
FIRE. LiIPK AND iIIAUINI
INSURANCE -The Richmond Fir.
Association are now prepared to issua
— policies of Insurance on the above de
scription of risks on as reasonable terms m an*
similar company, and respectfully ask a share (5
the patronage of the public. Applications will be
received at the office, No 223, corner of Main and
9th streets, where the officers will cheerfully fui.
nish all information that may be required. All
losses promptly and liberally adjusted.
JAMES BOSHER, President.
John H. Bosheb, Secretary. tnhl7
tL 31 5,000 WORTH OF GOLD
AND SILVER WATCHES, Jewelry, s"
jjTjJK verware, Albata and Plated Goods, selling
at cost, for two months only, to raise
cash.
Henry Hynian, 96 Main street, next to John
N. Gordon, offers for sale the whole of his valua
ble stock, consisting of Gold Lever \Vatche3, price
$■26 to Sl2O each, warranted ; gold chain;, seals,
keys, ear rings, finger-rings, breast pins, silver ta
ble, tea and oleeert spoons, forks. \.c , and a great
variety of articles too numerous to mention. Also"
a large lot of plat-'d castors, cake baskets, Albst*
tea sets, waiters, from 4 to 40 inches in size, guns
clocks, &c.
Do not neglect this opportunity, as such a rare
chance as this seldom or ever offers to the public.
Do not foraet that it is at HENRY HYMAN'S, 96
Main st., the old established store, and Direct Im
porter.
N. B.—Watches and Jewelry carefully repaired
by competent workmen, on reasonable terms.
my 18
CjflFgUj' CARRIAGES, lAttKIAU^.
The subscriber has on hand, at his
CoacU-making establishment, on Lombard Alley,
between Main and Cary, (l3th and 14th streets,)
near the Columbian Hotel, Coaches, Chariottees,
Barouches, Buggies, with and without tops, and
Sulkies, all of his own make, of the best materials
and workmanship. Ali of which will be sold as low
as good work of the kind can be in the city of
Richmond; and I respectfully ask a call from those
in want of any article in the Carriage line, as I am
determined to make to order and sell at the lowest
prices possible; and all work sold, that is new, war.
ranted. MICAJAH MANGUM.
ap 28 - dfim
taBTYTa MOKE TRUCKS. MOKE
TRUNKS just received at HILL'S.
I Tb e subscriber lias just received
another supply of the very best
Travelling Trunks that can be made in this coun
try, to which he would most respectfully call the
attention ot all in want, to give him a call, as they
will be sold low fur the quality, by
ALEX. HILL, 127 Main st,
je '5 Richmond, Va.
*>»»-3TTTm* CANAL NAVIUAHLE.—
§2B3B££fiN un day, the 3rd iustant, our Pack
et Boats resume their regular trips for Lynchburg
and Buchanan, fare to Lynchburg, $3 50, to Bu
chanan, $5.
A new daily line for Staunton also comrrences
on the 3rd instant. Leave Richmond by our Boati
every evening, except Sunday, at 6 o'clock, arrive
in Scottsville next day at 12, and into Staunton by
Ficklin & Co.'s line of STAGES, by 9, P. M. Far#
through only 82.
BOYD, EDMOND <fc DAVENPORT.
my 3—ta
>Al VAOHIUHAHLE SFIUN<. AND
SUMMER CLOTHING -N W NELSON
flf &■ CO. would respectfully inform thtir cus
"■ tomers and the public generally, that they
have just received a large and ch ice assortment of
Ready Jlade Clothing, whict they otter at
the lowest cash prices. From their superb varices
el Cloths, Cussiatcrew and Vesting*, purcha
sers can select the latent pattern* tur Coats,
Pants and Vests, and nav them made up by S St
Co. in the nest fashionable styles They otfer for
sale also a select assortment of gentlemen's Furnish
ing Goods. N. VV. NEtSON <fc CO-,
No 135 Hroad street,
ap 30—3 in Next door tothe Maishsll Howl
Abit. «V UKA\, DKl'UtilS'iy,
WtMain Sthket, have in store, and are receir
yfl int.', large additions to their stock of Drug*,
Medicines, Surgeons' Instrument*.
Paints, Oils, Dyes, Window Glass and
Fancy Articles, which they offer for sale on tb«
most favorable terms to cash and punctual dealers
RKiMuVAJL..— Mrs. ». K.OSf,r»FhLD respect'
fully informs her friends and customers, taat
she hat REMOVED her old stand at the corner of
New Market, to the corner of Sixth and Broad
Streets
Thankful for the kind pat r onage bestowed upon
her,at her old stand, siuce the death of her hus
band. she solicits a continuance of the same, *t
her new stand,
Corner of Sixth and Broad St*.,
jfl 2—lm* Corner bel«w Mr Courtney.
EUfciHT V TIIOU WA N O tfKKT 1 I*4
* INCH DRESdED FLOORING, even lengro* ;
75,000 do white Pine Boards and Plank ; 60,U00 do
seasoned Oak Board.; 18,000 do do inch Mutton
wood ; 10,. 00 do 14 inch C heart Step Pisn*. now
landing trom board schrs Telegraph, Canton and
Ashland, tor sale b
my 14—ta R & Q. WHITFIELD
UK 1.1,1 Mi OFF AT COST *OHT*»H.
U The subscribers, inteuuing to make a change
in their bu?in?ss, offer their entire stock »t i>R>
GOODS at cost for cash, and r>-»pectluily *sk *"
persons wishing to purchase, to give u* a call before
purchasing elsewhere, as we I eel confident *
better assortment of Dry Goods or ooe «lecw
with more care, was never otiered at coat in wis
market Our stock constats ol the latest and most
approved atylea. Determined to cloae, we as»uie
the public there it no humbug in this advertise
ment Do not forgjt to call at 203 Broad street
between 4th and sth streets.
my ii?—3m L t M RO3B
«NKW MUaIC.-P. H. TAYLOR bae
just received the following new music.
Premier Amore Polka by Strskosc®*
Yankee Doodle, do do
Magyar Polka by Strakosch,
Telltale, do do
Another, do do
United Mates, Polka by Dressier
Liurt, do HSoOluheld ,
Queen o the Fairies Brilliant WaiU bj Burj
tnuller.
Lara. Polks Masyrka.
Rosalie. Kedow.t bv V>v»s,—
—at hu Music and Piano Fort- Store, 160 Mw# *C
Je It
P .HPLO¥.UkMf.- 3iW hau U ewi find f«»;
*-i stant employßi<-i:t in waking Coats, Paa;s
ties.* >.»<> «»*_
CJIL.M AND LIKKN COA Tit-Pure true
O Ltaea and PopUn «*eks, a luxury for not weal*
Af. wiUi tniiT otW cuoi Cu&ioitfi* it
' J JB7S 3***ol*,
Ho 18# Mala street ,

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