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THE DAILY DISPATCH.
y'vUHtMltCl. j ANl'AI' V t tlvM
UviMtttii uuio « tf u, a una
•mcd Conger and bia wiieduaao loft. Philadelphia
fee cfey of brothet ly love, and nought a home in
Hear OrteOoa. For a period tfafy livid there hap
pily; box *1 length dark suspicious cn'ered the
*bd of <S«*ea Conger, that her bu band waa not
aa food *a be ougbt to ha*a been, and »he*e au pf
riooaumta nettling down iut.> trcu. ,arent fact;, ahe
left bur !aiil>te«a lord and aooghi her tnenda io
Philadelphia Bx>n after this Mr. Conner did re
pret bun ol bia araorvnv Intrigue* and hia injustice
toward* bl> bettor bait, and straightway Uvou r b
her to forgive bt* pastuffenroa and return to bia
tfaea desolate hoarse. 8b« yielded, and tben over
laany woary n>U*»of eteamboat aud railway tra*
vol. rejoined btrliage lord ia the lar-offciiy cfNew
Orleausi Cot not long had »ho boon with turn et c
rite discovered that bia old habile had been renew
ed, la tamner and *üb«tance tnoro objectionable
(ban before; for, not only did bfl oow go alter
atraoge women, bat carried daguerreotypes oi their
Vccutioua facet about bU peraon, and old not hesi
tate to aiiow attch shame ul artiJe* to Ilia t>puu«»,
who of course wax greatly scandalized, exercimd
and wrxa.-tit upon thereby.
CoaHl tbinjt# proceed tbast Certainly not 8» -
mil Conner was a w> man of too much spirit to euU
rait to such no»* that he vel
doos visited the nuptial cou.-h cx>:«pt to take a shon
aeota > aud be off again. St,e(.-<u«-tn>had loivakcn
her (S'tvan'a) home and friende, and foil iwed to a
strange city the man who took tier (Sn-nn) for bet
ter, for wot*'; and now that bit guilt was made
palpable, she (Sum,) ta the aoli ary bt«:a of dark
nraa, aooiiirated revenue. Under her tongue the
rolled rwe«t rnnrael, and at length, dr i»eu to the
extreme# of anger aud jealouey, she resolved upon
terrible ar.d Moody retri'iu ion. What did
Ooogerthcn dot We shall presenily fee.
On the morning or tint !23d of December, (it wis
Friday, the unluckiest ofd»ys,)her husband having
been abeeDt d uriug the uigbt, our heroine Tent • rod
forth upon St. Charles street, with a small sau<y
bcunet upon her head and a shawl wrapped clo6e I y
about her. in the tolds of wbicb, finely grasped fu
her delicate iiule right hand, she concealed a kt>iu
of considerable sixe and very bright and sharp. lb
front of Murphy's hotel, leaning against a poet and
• cigar with al 1 the coolnes* of a Gram;
T«rk, »he ducoirered her rairliless husband. With
out tiring any inlimatijo ol her design she walked
ap tohiuj and plunged the knife into bis bosom 1
"Hie hot blood, streaming from bis brea-t, le<l him
to th« immediate conclusion that be had better be
efl; so he ru»bod back into the bar room, the infu
riated woman close at liis heels, stabbing and slash
ing at him in a most praiseworthy manner. lie re*
treated to the bowling saloon, when she dropped
the ftni'e and hurled one or two wooden balls at
him, but without ctfect. She was then taken into
custody, when ber spirits abated, and she swooned
away. At lb© police offi -e, shortly afterward, our
heroine was unromantically locked up. The
wounded man, though badly hurt, was not con;it"«
e'red in a dangerous condition.
All will allow that Susan Conger was irresistibly
driven to this deed of blood by her unworthy hu;-
b«nd, whose preseuce ou this earth is not at all ne
eft sary to the well-being of society.
All these facts we glean from that excellent pa
per, the New Orleans Orescent, telling the story in
•ur own way to till up the commas on an occasion
when tlio Northern mails havo failed to bring our
asual exchangee.
DaiAsriNG to some I'uupose.—A sheriff in
Westchester county, New York, recently lost $172
The fact was communicated to a deputy sheriff in
Putnam cooaty, who, after reflecting upon the
matter, foil a«leep and dreatnel that the money
was in t&e possession of George McNavy, n clerk
in a hardware store. To gratify the auspicious ex
' cited by this dream, the two officers kept an eye
on McNavy, and subsequently arrested him.—
Strange to Say, a portion of the money was found
apon him. He promised to restore the balance if
they would take him to a relative in Orange coun
ty ; and while on the way thither, he escaped.
Augusta Racks. —The annual racing over the
Lafayette course, at Augusta, will commence on the
10th o| January. Among the horses named for the
match races are Highlander and Compromise; and
fer die club purses, which are very liberal in
amount, Nina, Red Eye, Maid of Edgeconb, Grit
Kdmooiton, Compromise and various other nags
will contend. Great sport is expected.
Libbhalitt. —Four gentlemen, R. B. Boiling,
D'Arvf Pabl, A. Mcllwaine and David Dunlop,
hare each civen §500 to tbe Petersburg Library.—
That sort of public spirit among citizens is suffi
riant to Insure the succcssJof a noble institu
tiou
Dmtbcctive Fires.—On Frilay laf-t the City
Hall, at Carabridgeport, Mass.. and an adjoining
building, were burnt.
Early Friday morning, the Luke Woolen Mills
»t Ellington, Conn., 14 miles from Hartford, were
entirely destroyed by fire. Loss 875,000, iiiourar.ee
$60,000.
Fire at Halifax C. 11.—We understand tLa t
Mr. J. H. Edmonson's house at Halitux C. H., took
Are and burned down ou Thursday week. Some
«th#r property was alio destroyed. We did no:
learn the amount of the loss.
iHiUnm. —The Washington Star says the
California ateamship company positively refused
to delay the departure of their last steam-.-r one
day. iu order to allow lhe Government to send out
important despatches relative to California fillibus
ters.
Jfc&SKV Citv Bink lIoBBF.RT — The exirnina
tton of jobu W. Fox, teller of the Mechanics' and
Traders Bank of Jersey City, coiKerahji: the
moaey'ound in his fire-cap, u\is commenced la t
Thursday.
Visitor.—H. B. Tomlin, Esq, delepate from
Kuig Wiiliam, has, we learn from tbe Enquirer,
been appointed Visitor of the University, iu pluce
of Judge Mason, resigned.
Off the Track.—On Friday aiternoon last, the
City Point cars, for ran off the track
•nd were detained abjul two hours. Jfot much
damage done.
Svbdks Death.—Col. Granriile D. Searcy, a
highly esteemed citizen of Memphis, died su Jdeuly
a few days since.
(IpbD Mimes.—Soue valuable gold mines in Dah
lotMga,-Georgia, recently discovered, have been
purchased by a New York company
Nanc Chawokd —The name of the post cffice at
tfaod Run, I'pobur county, has been changed to
"9wbSH."
Es«crrrto■ —Rvlua VVallure is to be hang in
lUMluippi ob tiio tith of J*olllll7 for tbe murder of
Wm. Brown. .
Lre* t'fOMK.—Tiie N. O. Picayune, after an
MMißclng * lectu-e bj Lucy Stone, in Indiana
aeja:
"A name Uk« 'fortius' aba!! be bia,
Ob ti omf»rt Mown, t
Who with a *a.idioe kiaa elivta up
The mouth A Liwy -Honef*
R : *biß" Jn, the alleged morderwr 1"
„ w ®*' T r * 1 ' r *«ntljr appointed a uolkwuan
•f «aa P#aaei-co. \ r
« A ?t W T oW - * Clarkjihurp,
Vl.) isd Mother a female in
jm<M, for a lemiuc, 1»
Awtke wi>ipp*l at the whip.
PgVP* to ClvW»or| l Mt wwk< for Wl £
• : i- ' - \ -• >
■ *&»**'' 'Ml 'V-iV.»•. E•' V ■
O *uDtNO(UTnR.-Tb« NewOrlraM Dito
puttiiHtx••'Hue iu rri-iilux t talis: tea of Ira dealings
wtib the yellow (aver. It bad during d»e««a*uo
ll,'Weaswt»f wtif b 3,64} wetewativea of Ireland
<id 2.B!>!t or Oermaay. 716 went uattvaa <»t the
On t'-d tttaoa an, I the nativity ol 635 «wunknown
'1 he w»t«iUj number of male paneuta wn*
female 5,1*85; 9,41!» were adulut and 1,873 o«der Ift
/.'n« ol «§«. Ol' the whole uumber 2,942 dbid.
'{"he amoant ol taot»«y nwctwd by the
ifoWnril Aa nci'iiiuu Wtii- ol WbicU U **•
; tended •238,190.
Rose D*ly. an la Mew Tork,
trra'ittcti by her parent, in a un»iro t» a«o the
lead («.K>y of Muhael Oohrny, who wat ahot bj
he keeper of a groagery ta that > ity. on Hatnrday
il.-ht. After luokit.g as. the tnaiiimate enrpan a
>»w momenta, aha complained of faiafneas, waa
artied home, and died ta a few boar*.
OH»« Scott wrltra to the Arkansas Independent
hat be Is In Sou'b Amorha, hunting nu-mk<-jg
►in kilU nbrut3oiTo a year, and sella the t-bin« at
liamooa. They *r« tou-ibt by Frenchmen, and
•aiuj-rl far the maealacaiT? of Si J glov.*—thole
a:i lea bt in* now m»de, It la afcid, wholly .f
rtonkiyokins. ll«gebj lroai*Jo toiOcento iorutch
■kix
Ftaou. AtTkmaviT Flc&ioa.—A repertapttear;
in lUe Tallabaraeopaporaoi tbtrfijcal nff,iire of the
a:at.- tor the year ♦ naia.- tie 3I«: of Oct I ,at The
wal amount ol ie»» uuc; prip.r from nil aoarcji
nne been 507,102 47, and the rtperniiturc' i 109.-
P7o 31, irtcludla'®l(>Bl3 38 pail on account oi
Iftuino hr>>-tiH i»«, n(,.* io defray thacxpea «<m of the
I«t Guqitsl As<*em k ly.
Fin*.—Tuelaboratory of Dr. Htephen Llr.do 81-3
Sueeiand street, was utai'-iy destroyed by tiroabons
tft o'clock on Sunday. L«*« u!»oui 3 x.MV—par
ially iuaured. Aninngtbo HTti:;U*a destroyed was
a barrel oi "carmine varjii.b" of nrrnt vnlue.
BixUiA Tran, Tuesday.
A mu'tny oeeurrfd,ouThursday niubf, af Mobile,
on boardtaeship ilut-;hins. Capt. liant,
her co.nmaudei, obtained aasiatance from rhefbip
;diiy, «n!i succeedei in the ir.u.iuy
a cer puttiug ceveniern ol tiie crew ic iroca.
Frostt.—Mrs. Froi-r, wt.o eolLia paper In O'lto,
• 31 u-ed theabeeoceol editorial ia a late number
11 ber paper, B>.ymjj that slight fro« occurred
•tour piuet* on We ; u*'b.|hj las:."
Momn Tjiial.—A dial n> la proprees
tl hi. Ma-e., ot a woman t>y liaa name of Adeline
t'bttlps. fortheuiurdervftu-r father, she ischarged
wf h having aduiii:ir.ered pjL'ou to him mixod with
Lis food.
MPBTSZBB ik New York -According to the City
report of d< athe lor the year jus' clos
i'Ur, there was twenty five murders comnji ted in
Mew York fiuee the Is - of January last. The year
previous there were i u' fi teen.
The following anecdote—a tiuu one—is from a
privare letter. It is worthy of a plaeeiu the next
monthly comp-nd of the sayings of li:tlc tolas, in
toe K'ii knrl.OLker, in wni b tM-idepartment forms
one of the nw«;irrea l loot its many attractions:
Tbe other day. Dr. S *s threectildren, while
pli>yina iathe nursery, defiled to have a railroad
az.Ciirsi.OTi. 80 thi y all mounted up into the
aud commenced rocking fulltpecd Alter a*hile
it was proposed to have an aoci lent, thr>kin<r. 1
snpponH, it would be Unfashionable to travel tar
«itnout one. t-o tney .til took hold and th.pedthe
crib over by raain force, and little Maty broke her
a m short off.
Mius 15 wen f to her, and was sityirizsityiriz her
v-vy much wia her helpless and bandaged arm,
when Mary said;
"Well! if everl get well, I'll 6u? the company
tor^liOfXJdaißK'-'PaI I think that will sj<i enuu.h,
for lather fceyait ain't any tireat affai'. after alt.'*
That i» the best sarcasm on trie present state of
railroao's tha* I k'low < f
She ii the-am-* little y~ung one, (seven years
old,) wno sail of her lit'le brother Joe, who i-> a
«!< at teas.*, that sio wialied our Uoaveidy Father
either hadn't made her or ner brother Joe —it didn't
make any difference which.
Hphach o* PaoMtja.—ln t'ae sheriffs court,
I.ondon. Kaney Mapleson, ahou email. su<'d Wm.
Sfole, a shopman, lor breach ot promise. The par
ties were to have been married la-t Michaelmas;—
the ring wa« bought, the dre.-s s provided, but the
following letter rendered all this vain:
Fanny—lhavetakrri the subject into cm; 1 itera
tion, and 1 fiud that my parents vri.'i n-it consent to
the union, and I tmv<? t;iv«ii up ail thoughts of per
forming my promise to-morrow, and would think
00 tuo'-e about it. X eta uo more never yours for
ever. Win. Mole.
Jtrljmerit was allowed to go by default, and
the jury assessed thedamages at £^5.
Ssmuel L, Whelptey, tbepretended lunatic who
e-caped from the Lunatic Asylum, at Aujusta,
Me., and pent back a very clover note of ex -use to
t'ae euperin'e mient, has been arrested, and will now
be tried for the iheftof the establiohment which he
hired at the hv, ry stable and forgotto return. He
is an old and adroit losue, and was committed to
the lunatic atylum instead ol tbe State prison, be
cause he (tinned lunacy successfully He was in
th<f Mexican war, and has been engaged in sundry
thelts and robberies before.
UNION STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
LINE OK STEAMERS—FOR PHILADEL
PHIA, EVERY WEDNESDAY, VIA NORFOLK
ANDCAPE MAY—Steamer CITY OK RICHMOND
Cant. Mitchell; Sreainer VIRGINIA Capt. Tkal'l
and steamer PENNSYLVANIA, Captain BaymoßE.
One of these splend d stea oers will leave Richmond
for Philadelphia, every MONDAY and THURSDAY,
a' high-vmt»r, touching at Cape May to land paa-'
s-ngers. Returning, leave Philadelphia every WED
NESDAY aud SATURDAY, at 10 o'clock, A M., un
til further notice.
Plicensers for Cape May will consult their interest
bv taking this route, as it is, in addition to being the
cheapest, the molt expeditious and comfortable
I'assf.nsf.p.s for New York.—We have entered
into arrangements to forward passengers through to
New York, either by earn or stram-ra, allowins therr
the privilege of remaining in Philadelphia three or
f iur days, or proceed directly on t» New York, upon
the arrivtl of the steamers.
Shippers To the West—Tobacconists desirous
ot shipping to Cincinnati, w>ll please bear la mind
that wa baveciade alltho necessary arrangements to
forward tobacco through at fill cents per 10a pounds
Due notice will be always given in all the daily pa
P-rs iu the city, when the steamers will be ready to
receive freight, and the hour of their sailine.
N. B—Shippers will bear in mind that all b ; lla or
lading must b« sent to the wharf at Rocketts, to be
signed before th" sailing of the steamers.
• Passage through to New York, Ist cabin and found,
*9; do do. Cape -May, S3; do. do Philadelphia, $8; do.
do. do. Philadelphia, 2d cabin and found, $7. Koi
freight or passage, apply to
ROBERT RANKIN, Agent,
a" 20 Richmond. Vn on the Dock.
A DAMS & CO.'S NEW YOKK. VIK
xV GIN IA AND NORTH CAROLINA STfcAM
SHIP EXPRESS, PER UNITED STATES MAIL
81 r'.AME.RS ROANOKE AND JAMESTOWN TO
AND KROil NEW YORK, RICHMOND, PE
TKItSBURG, iic., &.C.. fcc—Rsvlnf «**ec*»(la"e r 'ge
m< :ns wi'li tbe U. S. rnati line ol steamers from New
i rk to Norfolk s:id Richmond for special Exprsss
PRIVILSUF.S on that route, we are now prepared t<
receive and forward. To and from New York, MER
CHANDISE and PACKAGES of every description
with dispatch and at greatly reduced rates.
Our Express will leave New York every Wednes
day and Saturday per splendid steamers ROANOKE
and JAMESTOWN alternately. Goods will be re
ceived at our New York oflicu, 5(1 Broadway, until 3s
o'clock, P. M., on the day of salting.
Merchants and others ordering" goods from New
York, pre requested to order bv "ADAMS it CO *8
STEAMSHIP EXPRESS."
Onr inland Express will rnu as heretofore, leaving
Now York and Richmond daily, in charge of special
passenger* All Goods not marked to go via the in
'and route, will be forwarded by tbe Steamer Ei
P'«» , r ADAMS t CO.
J. L. McDONOCGH, Agent. Richmond.
NOTlCE.—Express packages for Nor
folk, Petersburg imd Richmond, intended for ship
ment psr stsnmert or will
hereafter be received by ADAMS k CO., 59 Broad
way, who are the only aßthori»«d asents for Expre*
pnvdeges by those steamships.
- tUOLA vl ii PLEASANTS.
"> '* ft Rfadwiv, New Yr*
\TEGRO HIKING AND GENERAL
Zt A J . BN U V —' Th " nr " 3 " r,i ' £1 * d continue to hire
out and to sell negroes, to rent out houses, to sell real
estate, and to eolfecl and settte elai ev*ry de
* V?' 4?am °F*" a h " services to his patrons
mid the pnblic generally for the ensoln* year
Particular attention will be paid tu Negroes do ran.
tbe year, in case, of sickness «»on*
Persons intending to send them to be hired out will
consult their interests bv sending them at Christmas
or km mjou thereifter uprictlcable,
ED*V*RDD EACHO.
. General Ag-ul and Collector,
Office corner 14th street. n-»r the Eschaoge Hot-I
CB. LUCK STOCK AND~LANB
• WARRANT AOXKCT, GOVERNOR ST
STOCKS uid cold od ConuiiMioi Xb©
W Prifa Tickets in all Lotieri«* a»U (a U*r<iri«.
armor the inaßa#t?ment of R Prat/er 1 Co. will h»
promptly paid bv me, and all iaqnirie* rt-Uuve tu tbr
bwrineaa of R. Pranee 4 Co. addreoed to them
Richmmirf. will f»»t with rrmnnf «tte.ntion.
"T 2 C B. LtJCK.
GUGAB AND BYBUP—7S bbli. Coff. o
O-UHAR
SO bbl* iYRUP. la «t<irn and foraa)* h*
d«3l-jw DUNLOP, MoNCUBB k CO.
RAILROADS, Ac.
NOETHEHN MAIL ROUTE
° r * AIUt w BALStIUOUt
**DJi l i l *'M>£L-rilU.~Qn and after MONDAY,
L'" MO]iua, Throagb Tick®.# to Bslliatora and
ri *Mk«< tkii oni
tb Washington, M »ho| following lerma
«u-
To lis! i Inure..., ffi 00
To Philadelphia <»
™ <Kh seoare to the passenger a transit for self And
M OMe tltroagh the oity of V\ aslnugion and Haiti
mora free ol aay extra charge whatever, and asfite
daily 1 nes arc ran between Philadelphia and New
Kdtk. at rates varying from $2 lo fco lor each Stat
••aaa passed* .2 , and proportionately lor second
•tat* passengers the public can now be at no loaa for a
• and ooiuf ta ue trip to New York.
The Tbrougli 1 Ickots named above allow a reiaoti
b> sojourn In V, antiiugtnn and Baltimore, without
detriment to any prmiiges conferred by • \em.
8. RUTIi, Agent of Transportation.
Olice R F.tr. K. K-Cc, 2
Richmond, An*. 12i«i. it>3.)
RIUHMOMJ AND HiLN VILLE UAH.
ROAD—OPEN TO OVtiKtlY'S Si MILES.
On aad aKor Monday, Oct. Sd. l&Vi, tba regular pa*-
seiigi r train wiii rcn daii;, itjuudaya excepted) be
tween Richmond ud OverQy's.
The tram wiii suip fur pisseitgera at the follow
tag point* only •. Manchester, ilobioa'a, Coaitieid, To
mauan-k, Powharaa, Martoax, Cliu.o, Amtiia C. 11.,
►Vyanoke, J>ainii.g'j Ordin.-iry. iiaycot-Bh, Libertv
('hureb, Meherrin, Kevaviiio, Drake's Uiaccn _afcd
Overby'a
Leave Kitiintord at 7 o'clock, A. M. Returning,
leave Overby'e at 1250 o'clock, P. M.
Chiliren over 10 and ncider 15 years of age half
yrice.
SerraotatrsvetHßjl by tbeliiaelTtsmDs'- ba furnished
a-iih two pfisaes, to thet one can be retained in' the
tace, and it maet be expressly stated on the paaa
titst taeytire ;»?rraiti*d to go ou the enrs.
i ciocuget- ioi tltiiuu* C. 11 , Uuivu» and Greens
ioruugb. van meet Messrs. i> tag* it Co.'n fom ii T#'
ooache* a! Overbv'a daily; and those for O 'rtiit:.
own, Salem, anc ?ulijfcnr3, N. C., can meet Messrs
t f iagg it Co.'s four horse coacßes on Tueedaye
i'liu:bdays at.d at Overby'a.
tor ClarkiiTille, Aliiton, N.C., and Yanceyville, cai
udet Messrs. Moss Cl Co.'s coaches at Overby's oi
l ites'layit, Thursduya and Saturdays, and for Miltoi
.ud Yanceyville by i Co.'a fine Mondavi
»V«dueadays tvid K.idav*. at Ovtrbv's
faj-sengers fur Lyncbburg, via Soaih-S;de Railrcif
: .d Fiagg ii Co.'a stegea daily.
i'nrobgh to Lvtichiiurg S ! > <•'
" " H.-.htas C. H <i
■' " Danville 8 '•
** " Oieeiihborougb, N.C 8 5:
" " Oetnianiouii 10 i(
'• " Salem Ift o>
" " Salisbury 1 ("
" " Milton (by it C".'s hue) 7 M
" " Yanoe>viiie (bysatce) 8 tu
" '• Ctartsviile (liy ji'Ksi C >.'s lini).. .5 It
" " Almoc, ti.is.~(by same) 8 C>
*• " Yanceyville, N C., (by same } .9 0
A TAH.O'iT,
rf*St OiVfE etrx-r ■■>•<•' '
V - 7WuTn i a"l7l^TkaL - ka iLi.uAjj.—
SUMMER ARRANGEMENT.—Visitors to th-
Springs may expect more comfort by this route than
ever before; and if tha cost of i.'ieaistsconsidsred.no
other route oders lower fare. The road is open to tho
base of the Blue Ridge, aud the rails now being laid
between Waynesborough und Staunton, it will be in
tperatiou this seaaon.
The Stage line is under the of J. L.
Heiskell, so well known to the public.
Curs leave Richmond daily at 6 23 A. M., and the
Western uerinmus of the Railroad at IU 25 A. M.
DAILY CONNECTION.
To Rockbridge Alam Springs, fare.. $7 .50
White Sulphur, passing the Alum, Warm
and Hot Springe 10 f*
Bath Aium 8 2b
Warm Spring! 8 50
Hot Springs 8
Lexington . 7 0"!
Staunton 5 00
CulrieperC.H 4 50
Our STAGES arrive iu Staunton f.T 8 o'clock P. M.,
»nd leave next morning by EXPRESS LINE, at 5 A
M.—speud the night nf Woodward's Jackson River
Hotel, and reach the White &alpbur at 10 A. M. se
cond day from Staunton.
Chartered Coaches to travel as the party wishes,
can be engaged at Richmond on the following terms*
Tbo jnsido of the coach can be secured if 9 seats are
paid for. If 10 seats are paid for, it secures all the
seats outside and inside; with the privilege of carry
lag tho allowed baggage for the number of passen
gers paid for.
For the further comfort of passengers, we shall no
an accommodation line of Coaches which will leave
Staunton after breakfast, stop for the 'night at the
Bath Alum or Warm Springs, as they desire, and
rtacir the White Sulphur next evening: fuarhnteeing
that there shall I") no night travel.
We will alto keep at the Warm atxt Hot Spring.,
each, aeoacii to accommodate visitors going \Ve3t or
East, wiio may not hnd seats in the regular line.
\YM. P FARISH ii. CO.,
by.l. L. HeiSKSLt, Agent.
Till - WXSirv.L Y CO-x-N ECTION.
To Lynchburg, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
going up; fara $1 5<
Servants travelling without their masters, must
leave a pass with the Ticket Agent, and also shew
another to the Conductor.
An extra charge will be mads if paseengers ao dot
obtain tickets. E. H. GILL,
Sup't Transportation
|3sF" Washington passengers may go by the Juucrioi
and reach that city in 24 hours I rum Staunton, taking
the night traiu «f the Richmond, Fredericksburg aoc
Potomac Railroad Company. E. H. GILL, Sup't.
PETERSBURG AND RICH
MOND TO THE WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS
THROUGH IN TWO DAYS.—The Virginia ana
Tennessee Railroad Company now present the quick
est, safest and cheapest route, with increased facili
ties never before ottered by auy iine to the travelling
public visiting the Virginia Springs.
Passengers leaving Richmond daily ut 6 o'clock, I'.
M. (Sundays excepted) by Messrs. Boyd, Edmund
U. Co.'s liue of Packets with experienced command
ers—ar the next morning at 7 o'clock, by the Dauvillt
Railroad, meeting passengers leaving Pcltisbui B ' at "
o'clock, A. M., the »—ne morning at the junction of
the Southside Railroad, will proceed to Rice's Station,
wtiere they will liud a iiue of new and superior Tro-,
Coaches, tine horses and experienced urivers, in readi
ness to convey them with the most possible dispatch.
ill reach Lynchburg early iu the evening, in time u
uave a good night's rest and take the Cars of the Vir
ginia and Tennessee Railroad at 7 o'clock, A.M., next
morning to iionsack's, a distance oi 47 miles, in two
hours, in connection with Karisht Co.'s old established
iie of Stages so well known to the travelling public
for tlieir safely and dispatch, Well supplied With new
v oichus. excellent horses, accommodating agenu and
drivers ready to convey them to the Mountain Housr
t i "upper, and after a comfortable nielli's rest to the
White Sulphur Springs before 10 o'clock next morn
ing, the second day alter leaving Lyachbnrg.
Returning, passengers will leave the White Sul
phur Springs at 3 o'clock, P. M. daily, (Sunday# ex
empted) Red Sweet afid Sweet Springs attj o'clock,
P. M. ami arrive at the Mountain House to supper,
leaving next morniagat day light, breukfast at Scott's.
a< live at Bonsick's at 4$ o'clock, P. M.—end Lynch
fjurg at lij P. M. leave Lyacbourg same even tig bj
Pacnet at y o'clock, P. M. for Richmond, arriving tht
Si cond morning, at ■» o'clock. A. M.- rby Stages at
A. M.—or from ii to 4 o'clock iu ihe morning, ana
rfouthside Railroad to Petersburg and Danville Rait
road to Richmond, arriving snirie evening at 5 o'clock
RATES Off FARE FROM RICHMOND ANP
PETERSBURG.
tiy Boyd At Edtnond's Packets, Iroin Richmond
and \ irgitia and Tennessee Railroad to White
Sulphur Springs F9 00
To Sweet Spring*. .. 8 <tf
By Dauvilla Kailroad from Richmond aid
Southside Railroad frotn Petersburg ai' I
.Stares to Virginia and Tennessee Railroad
White Sulphur Springs- ... 10 M
I'o Sweet Spri'igs — . 9 .=><-
THOMAS SHARP,
jy 11—fc" Sup't Trans. Va.it Teni> R.R
RE jkmQBBSBK} NUIIC E. — KlCii
feUW&£Sjg!gßg M<iNn AM) DANVILLE
tt.il niv.iD —On a. count of the sa jp ns:: i of the
Fright Trains riuriiig next wee*, no J rt iglit will be
ece ved a' this Depot after SATURDAY, '.he 21 h*
until MONDAY, Jan.2d, IBM.
A. W. MIL.'.SPAUGH,
de 21 yre : ght Aeent
FREIGHT DtFARTM KT H.. K At. P. 11. K Co., .
RrCHMOSD, Dec. 24, !303 >
jTIa The transiiiinMon uf
-Freight by this Road, will
te 3'mpe idea tor tb-> "Holidays," to wii, until TUES
DAY. the 3d Jan'y, 1864. (a regular Kreisht day.)
Meantime, small packages acd P' risiable articles,
(not to* cumbrous) may be sent by the myrning Mull
Train. F J. SMITH,
de 2G Freight A<«ent
rr; tgs VIRGINIA CENTRAL RAlL
faf*- wn.(> a I)—Th« freight depot* at Richmond
tst'.ilm oused front t-'ataiiiaj, tbe 24th instant, till
Monday Jaeuary 2, IBM.
de E. H. GILL, Sup't.
sud alter the I7th D«*ceuth«r, IBo». tbe folkiwutg
;jm.i d stopping places will tf r'ittcjuri- ned:
Suuth Am a Bridge, Wni«!ock's,
Gw:ithney's, CimpbetPs Saw Mill.
By order of the Board of Directors.
de 14—It" E IJ. OfLL, Soo'i.
- J—a> CHANGE OF HOI R OF
saUK <tarting pop. Portsmouth
iMii >V'BKtSLK—Tbf ateamer CURTIS PECK
Caji'sht Jubn Davis, trill regnKrly leave th wharf at
K tkatss soagv Tuesday, Thtrsdav and Satin lav
>u*rat»ta, at part six nWoek Br«iei»ei!y, and re
vs* mm «n*inare dev. Inaving Nurfulk at tht umr
hii'tr. rfd'iti, io4 will 'ourh at all he regular
fard ncs <m 'he river. grt'Oß attil retamin*.
It. O Ff *SK INH
1/ f KUY h NhUiLEtt—O*- ftlu-Re
IV iiipi rior Nf^dti« j««t ta band p> r (ttaatrr
A neri* Th<wo *"Od» b*inf impart *d fcj mrjslvt,
di.-rct, tr- r«i *n*n»i l» thi-tn to k>* geucljjti. ?jr
• a!e by lb* M or «iort«> jwytT b«
C J HINTON It CO 71 .
de i$ fin ftf tiw
GR INr»8TONF>R—•-><X~Ko»» SeutiA
Or>arf«tone* j TAR—an bbi* RntaWtof»>.<) Car
»»ltr Wy
da U EDWIH WORTHAM k CO*
NBW PUBLICATIONS, Bcc
Moke new noone.—MjW i^al
18 APPROACH I NG-~A. MOtIRIS, No. #3
Main street, hu receiver tti "dditioi.al sapptyct
New Books, suitable for N- w Year's (lifts, having
been chipped too late tor Christina*. Also, tk fui
lowing Now Hooka, just published :
A Morun in England B» Utnry J• Tacksman '6c.
The Hearth OrThougbis Upon Home Idle
Is Qui Cities, By Samuel Osgood. #1.
Carl Krinken; Another Book fir Children. By
the author of the Wide, Wide World. Iu i volume.
76 cents.
Volamo Th rd of Adiliaeo'a Work*. Pntaam'a
Edition, fi M.
The Lost Priace; Or Facta tending to Prove the
Identity of XVII, and the Rev. Eleazer
VVilliiuia, Miaaionar auioug the Indiana of North
America ] vol $1 »>.
Six Mentha tn Italy. By O. S. HilHard. Frrah
attt'i'ly. 2 voll. §2 &•.
Flush Timea in Alabama. By Baldwin. Preab
aupply. CI 2j.
Cidirien Ureaua and Leaden Realitlea; Or A
True Pic tire of the Life ef a California Adveiitucrr.
1 vol. §1 2>.
The Potiphar Patera. liloatrated. 1 vol. SScts.
Ciovernook Second scries. By Alice Carey. Si
VI LKKV BQOKB FOR LiT ILK fLO
JITA PLE —Gt.OKUE M. WE&T, Exchange Book
store, hus for sale a great variety of L.hildr*-ns' Books.
Funny Stoma and Pictures lor little children .
Anat Eflie's Rbymea
Ooexel aud Scrarchi'oot, or the History of Two Lit
tle Children
Siovenly P'ter
The Australian Criuoe
Happy Lays of Childhood
My Clitic Darling's A B C
The Alphabet
Several k'.nda of New Games
Elegant Bibies, l'rsyer Books a?>d Aanas'a
Rose wood aud mahogany Desks and Work Rojrei
do 21 N' iC Book to Post tjfllco.
ELEtiANT UIFT LOOKS!
AND iilOU FANCY GOODS FOR TUB
HOLIDAYS.
JAMES WOGDIIOL SE, Eagle SQOARE,
OFFERS for Mile a splendid collection of
sup.-rb BOOIvS, suitable for Christmas a'd New
Y»«i*» Kreaents Among them Mjay be found—
THri WIt.RIB GALLEIiY : a st>U ctiou of the best
Pictures of the iate S r David Wilkie; int-.loding
liie Spanish and Oriental S«etci.«s, with notice*,
biographical and criticii. One handsome vol
ume. 4u>; antique Morocco.
THE YE UN ON GALLERY OF BRITISH AKT;
edited hy S. C. Hail One handsome 4;o volume,
Morocco antique.
FLO iV'EltrJ FROi! STRATFORD OK AVON: a rich
Gift 15o~'k tor ail aeasma, consisting of usuries j<
Fioral Compositio'is, suggested by the exquisite
description of Flowers which iie scattered ihio'
the works * f Shrtkspeare. •
FINDEN'S BEAUTIES OFTHE POET MOORK.
bOOKOF BKITIHH BALLADS, tri.u d by S. C.
Hail. Exquisitely iilustrati-d by the tinest wood
elegantly bound.
THE HOLY GOSPELS —beautifully printed, with
engraved borders to every page One volume,
foiio. Morocco eletsnt.
BARONIAL HALLS OF ENGLAND and Picture
que Edifices ut England; 2 voluoies, 4to, halt Mo-
rocco.
GRAY'S ELEGY—beautifully illustrated with new
designs.
PILGRIMAGES TO ENGLISH SHRINES, by Mrs.
S C Hall; i)> autituiiy bound untfillusOated.
POETRY OF THE YEAR: Passages from the Poets,
descriptive ei the seasons With 22 colored il
lat,tra"ions; Morocco antique.
PORTRAIT GALLERY OF DISTINGUISHED
PERSONS, with bo grapbies. By tks Society
for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. 118 por-
COOK'S VOYAGES*ROUND THE WORLD, 2 vol-
nines, 8 0. calf; elegent.
MRS. JAME ON'riSACRED AND LEGENDARY
ART; beautifully illustrated.
MRS JAMESON'S LEGENDS OF TllE MONA3
TIC ORDE US 4
HOMES Of" AMERICAN STATESMEN, with anec-
dotal, personal and descriptive sketchesj beauti
fu'iy illustrated, variou" bindings.
THE PARABLES Of GUR LORD-iilustr&tedafter
the style of the O'ri Masters. Tlia letter preae
printed in red. O.d English, folio antique.
LONGKELLOW'S EVANGELINE—Morocco, ele-
LONuFELLOWS POETICAL WORKS—Moroc-
c \ el-iiiitir.
LONGKELLOW'S H YPERION— Morocco, elegant.
LONGFELLOW'S GOLDEN LEGEND —Morocco,
elegant.
With a cumber of other elegant BOOKS, beauti
fully bound una illustrated—English win American.
BIBLES, PRAYER BOOKS AND UY '.IN BOOKS,
Bound in Morocco, V- v> -■: ai d Papier Machie.
CHILDREN'S BOOKS
\o the greatest tji etv—somu ectiri.lr ne»r.
LADIES'WORK BOXES.
PoUTAULE WRITING DESS.S,
WRITING CASES. PORTFOLIOS.
CARD CAaES, LADIES'RETICULE?,
GOLD AND SiLVER PEN AND PENCIL
CASES, iic.. 4.-. de24—U
' 3 liOUyEkEEPERS AND DEAL-
X KP.S IN CHINA. CROCKERY AND GLASS
WARE-—R. L. HICKSON, SIS Broaa street, oppo
site Messrs. Breeden, Fox it Go's Dry Goods store, in
addition to bis present large stock, is now receiving,
per ship Grecian, at Baltimore from Liverpool, 40
urates white Granite and blue Printed, with common
ware, l.i.ichased previous to the late advance; he will
be enabled .to sell low. His stock of China teasels and
tan:v goods iu (h« line is well selected.
Also, Knives ana Forks, by set or dozen, Waiterß,
Tiays, English Albata Plated Ware, equal to Silver,
euch as Table ana Tea Spoons, Forks, Butter Knives,
Castor Frames. 4tc. de 5
X! EVV EMPORIUM.—FRANCIS A. R.
-L* GEUKGE respectfully informs the citizens of
Richmond and vicinity that he has opened a store for
trie sale of CONKECtION ARY. both of foreign and
domestic manufacture, FRUITS, PRESERVES,
PICKLE, PIGS, RAISINS, TOYS, and every de
scription of articles usua'lv kept in such an estab
lishment. at he CORNER OK BROAD AND
THIRD STREETS. He would be happy to receive
culls from his friends and the public generally.
ty His assortment of Goods for Christmas pre
tents, ke , isc..mplete. de 19
j(| DOLLARS REWARD. — Stolen
A V from the hall cf my residence, corner sth
and ( arv streets, on Situriiay evening last, a blue
heaver cloth OVERCOAT, (or sack.) It hud a velvet
collar, and waJ lined with grey Rub Roy cloth, (in
which was a small black figure) In the pockets
were an iron and brass key. (short and thick.) 1 will
give the above reward for the recovery ef the eoat
and keys, or $5 for either.
d» 2-' M H. NACE.
LHJRS! FURS?!! —The subscriber wishes
A to purchase the fallowing Fur Sk'n«:
BEAVER, WILD CAT,
OTTER, RACCOON,
MINK, FOX.
MUSKRAT, HAKE.
OPOSSOM,
For which he will at all times pay the highest
market value.
no 15 JOHN THOMPSON.
PRESENTS FOB CHRISTMAS—Pa
rian Viis.-s an l Caruae&pUs of various designs,
with raised flowers, very delicate aad handsoi: «
rich'y d-eorattd Frerch China Vases. French ai;d
Dresden Cbiun Cerd Cases, i>re»d.T, Sevre, and Pa
i-.su Cut's ki d Saucers, Pitsrile Hnntera. Parittn statn
.:ttft-. B tfie Fig«r<-s, H':d numerous o'h*>r f-!ncy ar
cicn i suitablo for present". KULKIiEY & CO.,
de 2W 137 Main st., K«gl« Square.
AND WINTER SUPPLY Ot
A HOOTS. SHOES, CARPET SAGS. TRUNKS
VALICES,fcc—PEMOERTON k BROTHER, 161
Mmr- street, nearly opposite the Exchange Bank,
Kicliniond, Va., respectfully invito strangers visiting
he city, and the public generally, to call and exam
ine their large and complete assortment of articles in
the above line. Their prices will be found to be as
low as those of any other house, whether by the sin
gle pair, dozer, or case. The stock embraces :
Gentlemen's dre«s SHOES, BOOTEES and GAI
TERS.
O ntlemen's calf, kip and stout BOOTEES and
BOOTS.
Youths' BOOTS and BOOTEES, of ataDy kinds.
Servants' BROGUES, bound and unbound,
Lfcdies' SHOES, huskies. Kids. Jenny Linds. tc..
Ladies' black bronze and colored GAITERS,
BUSK INS and BOOTEES for servant women, vt,
rntia styles.
Misses' and Children's SHOES in great variety,
Traveling TRUNKS, [Jain leather and bair do., al!
of which axe ottered at the lowest rates.
PEMRF.RTON It BROTHER,
lie 20 No. lfil Main st„ opposite the Ex. Rank
JC >. P. WINSTON, su«c«»wor to Nace
4t Winston, at tbe old stand, corner of Cary and
14tb streets, bis in stare and offers for s«'a
16 hhds. P. R SUGAR
11 do N. O. do ,
13 do Cuba do
18 bhls Cottee do
20 do Crushed Paly, aad Pm!*. Sujs*
12 boxes Loaf Sugar
S!K! sacks SALT
255 kegs NAILS
P. R, N. O. and Cuba Molassss
Herrings and Shad; Tanners' and Machine Oil
Orard. Hmnessey. J J Dupuy. and othtr Brandies
Pau Monongahela, Jenny Lied,
Eld'-r»do, andXXX Whiskey
Port, Madeira, P«e and Brown Sherry Win*
JsQialca. New Orleans and N. E. 8 urn
Gin and Apple Brandy
Loudon Porter
Gunpowder, Imperial and Yoang Hyson and Black
Tea
Java, Laguyra, Rio and Moeba Coffee
C gars of sll kinds; Bed Cords; Plough Lines
W applng. Cap and Letter Papur
Sup; Window Glass
Cast, Blistered and Shear Steel
Aad many other articles, which I offer to th« trade
a-id pnblir srnera'iy da |j
r |'H»NQI)A BEANS—2fKi iba. prime Tun
A qaa Beans, just received sad ft>r sale bv
JOHN A. ROrtINSON.
| de 22 Corner of C»ry and Va. it»'eets»
ll'l (it\(\ FEET MICHIGAN
1 I»V)JU WHITB PINE BOARDS It
PLANK lung lengths, earfoufaehr Wns B. Jettkias.
t landing this das, for sale on Mm wharf awiacatwßn
duUsg term by BELVIN * PABXJBK.
DEHTISTRY.
I Atiili ICIAL TEETH—
ORKAT ANO IMPORTANT IM
rnvnttMMN*
bare purchased the right to aaa l»a.
AUiBO PATENT IMPROVEMEKTinih. nsodc
■,( inserting ARTIFICIAL TEETU, wWab it oaa
jf tbt greateat and moat important inventions «tet
-vmd- ii thi> branch of the Dentist's aft.
The improvement consists in tna employment of a
metal superior to gold ia parity, and in the complete
mioo of all the teeth by a sjlicioas compound, which
at the same time forma the moat beaatffo' and nata
in! looking gun), and Riling up all crevices asd Irregu
larities, auif rendering it impassible for the taotn to
'•econae unpleasant to the wearer by the accumula
tion of particle* of food er other subststiees between
'beet. No other mode Of mounting artificial teeth ia
comparable to thia in any respect.
Persons wearsng teeth (inserted m the ordinary
way, and not giving aetisfactlou,) are invited to try
thia invention, which they can do at bat little addi
tional cost. . . .. ,
We shall be pleaaeS to shew specimens cf ihiaktrd
of work to any persons who Will caii at oar othee,
whether fhey want artificial teeth or not
WAVT k MAHONY, DiatUu,
my 17 riJltwia Otiicc. if' Main atreet.
WHITE TEETH. HKAJL
,n*G*6qSBBj& THY OUMS, AND A SWiSKT
BREATH.—AO thtse hert-6»a a/<-
— derived from the oa» of Zerman'a
Oeiightthl T«>otb Wa»h it i« a»-d and rrcoaauieuded
by the moat eminent aeniist* iu the eeautry. It will
and pteservo teeth from decay;it Will core aJI
the gauia and .mpaxt a healthy and fra
grant odor to the breath. Prepared only by Erancif
Zermeii, DdiJuisL, Ph.ladeiphia For aaie wholesale
or retail bj R. R. DUVAL k t!RO. Richmond. «r,tf
®!l l>nif tisfft. i* on'v e«nt« twr Virt 1 iu* 23—3m #
, (jiwAN LLA i. LI) It L Al.
This beeutiful articln, u»-«l for seen
'vJWyrl ring artiiiciai teet-h on their plates,
fttirpiMiftttti every titempt at
- be natural gum, with aojuewhatsimi'ar prcpa'a*ioafl;
whilst us is so great thnt 1 have yet to hear
of "he lirst set of teeth in which it hu been broken,
bv accident or by u>-e.
'My Gold at d Silver Filiinga are much admired for
thpir str ootbuess Thi« evenneseof surface prevents
Hie food übout thein, wbich wonid rtn
oor tnem worthless; besides, my plugs will lelain t.ht
natural teeth through lile, as they never come out.
Alter a ioug course of experiments. I have secured
a compound for weak tseth, that can he used when
It is lmposßible to use any kind of metai.
R. D. ADDINGTON.
Gradnate Deuriut.
Otiice rv door from 10th. on M> »t no 7
RIOIMU.NL ft i OVL VVOKKb—NEAR
IREDEOARLOI OMOTIVE WORKS. RICH
Mu.su, VA—BOWERS, SNYDER t CARTER
are mauufaciuriug at th»-«e Woiks, the '-Virginia Air
Tight" Coon Stove, four sizes, "Richmond Premium"
Cook Stove." four sizes, "Southern Planter" Cool:
Stove of two Air Tight, Wood Franklin and
Coal Franklin •"Ilian" Parlor Stoves, AirTtght. Wood
Ftttuki n und floai Franklin "Star" Parlor Srcves,
"J ion Prince" Heating Srov for Coal,"Vixen" Heat
ers. (coal on'y.) three sizaa, ' Flnte Box" Stove, for
wood, of live sizes. Fronlsand tiratea. (-'att Iron Rad
ingsin great variety. TV>ndow Cups "nd Silla, Tmas
es, Ptlastrrs, Cornice, Brackets, Rosettes, Mirror
Frames. Daguerreotype Frames. IU, and most de
•rriptious of light Castings. The Richmond made
Storttare hraxitT than those of Northern rasse. are
ot sniipl ■■ coi-struciioti. are convenieuiiy supplied
with loose plat, s to replaee any that man be. broketi
—and are warranted to cive satisfaction in their ope
ration Dealers'hroughout the South ere solicited
to favor os with their orders.
Sev» rai Lew »uil improved patterns of Stores are
in preparation for the business of the e<ciiug season.
TheSiovea manufactured by Messes. IJower9. Sny
der aodCVlfrof ih» "Rtchmoni Stove Works" have
been made my i< ariiug Stoves lor the past two jeir».
and have found them to give my customers general
satisfaction. CHARLES D. YALE,
Main street, Richmond, Vs..
Depot for Bolton k Yale's Patent Caloric Air Fur
nace. de 21—lit:
r OLD MEDICAL UOUfeK,
A FRANKLIN STREET, JUST BELOW Trtr
EXCHANGE HOTEL.—Doctor PLUME fc CO.
are sttil dispensing the blessings of their skill in the
tr"stmeut actd cure of all delicate diseases at this bit
institution.
People in toe eoaafry, when visiting the city, are
very particularly invited to call. (No cßarge for con
sultation.) Much attention is given to female disor
tiers.
Doctor P. U Co. are the makers and sole veneers of
the CHEMICAL EXTRACT OF FRENCH FLOW
"IRS, which has stood the test of time, and which ii
xr-nvalied in giving t t oae and vigor to a system shat
tered and almosr wilted down by the frolics of early
tin.
Ail letters, pre-paid, promptly attended to. Office
hours from 8 A. M.. till 9 P. M.
ah s—diwrs Richmond, Va.
rpilii " WHITE GKEABE" is a new,
JL convenient and economical substitute for tar, and
other lubricatois lor the axles of transportation cars,
oinmbusses, carriages, drays, wagons, 4tc. It is not
affected by the weather, retaining the same consis
tency winter »tid summer. It does not gum on the
axles, and is cheaper and more durable than any
other grease in use.
For sale 111 tin canisters of three and six pounds,
and in kegs of 25, 60 and 100 lbs each, by
ADIE & GRAY. Druggists,
nov 19—diets Agentsforthe Manufacturers
r pilE "Rapp Fatent Scientific GOLD
Jl PEN" is one of tbe easiest in its movements,
ai.d the nost elastic and satisfactory in its execution
which we have ever tried. It la the most scientific
in its principles of any noannfacture ( and of coarse
perforniuits work well.—Philadelphia PublicLedyer,
Auyiut, 1853.
h or saie by the only agents,
de 7 GENNET At JAMES, Eagle Square.
n||| j|| |FE E T Michigan White
jVV/U PINE BOARDS and PLANK,
dti,ooil ffeet Canada do.,
4*1,000 do. 1 inch BUTTONWOOD,
27,000 do. | WHITE WOOD—very wide,
2i>,000 do 2, 3 and 4 inch ASH,
15,000 do. HICKORY,
5,000 do. BLACK WALNUT,
Landing this day from schrs. Louisa and Wm. P.
Williams, for sale on accommodating terms by
oc 4 BELVIN fc PARKER.
Botanic practice of medicine.
DOCTOR E. D. ROBINSON continues to oHei
his services to the afflicted, and especially those suf
fering with chronic and supposed incurable forms of
disease. The Dr. has been engaged >n the practice of
medicine twenty years—the last twelve in this city,
and therefore can give satisfactory reference. Thou
sands w ho are dragging out a miserable existence with
Dyspepsia, Rheumatism, Bronchitis, Fluor A thus.
Dropsy, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Scjrofnia, Liver Com
plaint. Disease,, of the Lungs, Fistula, ic , might be
speedily relieved and many permanently cured.—
Persons at a distance would do well to cotne to the
city and remain until their health is restored. Ex
tracting Teeth only 25 cents.
Office on Franklin, between 13th and 14th street*.
Secret forms of disease treated with great success
J NOTICE. —Laaies and gentlemen,
if vou want BOOTS, SHOES, TRUNKS
CARPET BAGS and VALICES, of good
quality, either for yourself, children or ser
vants, go to ALEX. HILL'S, where yon will find
every article you want in his line, and at prices that
will not fail to pleane. no H
CLOTHING FOR THE WINTER at
the weli-known Clothing Emporium of HF.N'-
KY SITAFF.R, No. 103 Main street, where gentle
men can find every attlcle of Clothing made up in
the moat approved style, which he will sell, as the
seutuaU fur (advanced, at greatly redm.-»d rrlrss.
HENRY SHAFER,
'e 20 Corner Main and Pearl streets.
r ro TOBACCONISTS.—The advertieer,
A a gentleman 24 years of ugr, who ct-n give thc
best testimonials as to character, be., de«<rea a situ
ttion as under overseer iu a Tobacco Factory, >t* he
has considerable koowledgu of that business. SaUrv
not so much an object as an agreeable situation. Ad
dress (through the Poat Office) J. L. H., stating when
■itid where an interview may be had. de 22—tf
WINTER MILLINERY —, i T
tfHBpRARTON, I<® Mafat street, near 14th street,
•3WI ha* on hard a large stock of MILLINERY
GOODS, silk, satin velvet and straw BON'.
NETS; French FLOWERS; neck aad bonnet RIB
BONS; mourning and French worked COLLARS,
which will be sold unusually cheap de 8
(JTILL THEY COME.—By the James
0 town and Roanoke I continue to the
latest aud most fashionable styles of COATS.
PANTS and VESTS now worn.
I have also on hand a large assortment of SCARFS.
CRAVATS, STOCKS, SHIRTS, COLLARS, he.
HENRY SHAFER,
no 21 Comer Main and 14th streets.
VIOLINS, FLUTES, AND ACCOH
v DEONS—AIso. Flutinas, Violin Strings, I li
st met iou Books, Desks, Odor Cases, and a genersj as
sortment of Perfumery, Soap, Combs, Btoahss, Ae.
For sale by
de 16 ELIAS HALE, 108 Mela st
AGENCY, do—RICHARD
V* HILL, JR. kB.W, TALLEY, (of Hanover.)
General Agents and Collectors, attend to Hiring out
Renting out HOUSES, aad CoUsirisg
CLAIMS of every description.
»' EDWARfi o. RaWIINQB. late of SpotOyW
vania, will have mi letoccst U our business after Ist
January Itel? & t 7—dfcetl^thJ
XrOTICE. —I be undersigned have rented
n' of atw UnsniooU recently erected by
Mr C. Crew, corner of Cary and 21st streets, where
<hose holding their bonds fur this year's hire or hav
ing factory bauds to hire oat for the But year, may
find them. WM. E. ROBINSON kCO.
JO—d»MJ
1001°J K8 SWEEr
*-•» CHA" T. WORTH AM It CO.
1 \ EVINE'S PITCH LOZENGE for
I-F«oMs,4c. For sale at J BLAIR'S,
4sS oppocita the Depot, Broad at
MJbUICLNUb
'I'UUiU AO AtiUill I.—A PLAIN AM
J. UKVAHWWUfcO BTATKMKhT^-VV.
S**Df Bottm, Mionkuii r«, y A ,
Mmtrt. Mtrtlmtr t Mnriro J-
to UtatM* you tin* uvu, h^ IU M
p*Jl of »he honorable o' givio* £( ,m ,w; * ,
i notoriety wbicb <u mmtm «*«££ * w " lo ™ui» *
be;n« 111 tb« b«'ju of oiedicinw, whi ,i, „
i («t« tie patent aid reaunr MaWw, | eonsidar Jt!
wl», to nm,e •xio.it, c. j«dg« of the r*«t
imiuy of tb,.<o. M-j experience tenth,, mfthZ
"H«m P ton«.Tioctarc» i* a n;e«l!«ine of r..1
I mtioa.c *»(•«.. Wlien 1» 7 tbu, Idi oor
i» ma jßtttilbh «ng, in ail c*»«. but 1 n«i
«b*t '»Uauipson*. Itacturo" will fa.orabli op*n£ e 7
[ ail «i*ea<eauri«m*ttt.i from a »«i of p'.,
ci«M of the gastric jcieaa. bad digetuen, and » Mr
.jamMy but of animal matter ten, that
•uuico. I believe that many duta.,, i. t .i, 4 _ /
ration* p-<rta of the ayatoti. aueh «
Vict'*, Scrotal*, fce. fcc., ongmaiij fc 4Ve ttrir Vim'
in the atjniack trolu bi-d toed, Ud J3
eonscttrMJtlj bad eepoiiucae of th„ c:.-cc!ar."o» to
tUii».. part*-, a».d j will believe Hampton'* Va-ouiH
I mature will eren rfcect in th»we caees
lUricn funrd tmt mj»e<t wbnt it it, | r*eomme»j
it to ctbc.-a in .ncii cam as 1 have <i.*crite.t, and 1
u»*e (Satis u upon the "no cute no pa-,» ,y,u u and
I cave yet to bavn the hrat i.wtle retunied, or ib.i tn*
oWjeattoß aouuL tbo pay. U» a (treat paj it cu*,**
t e inore txietumeij circclntwd the r topic.—
. 'wri'.titintbeft.liowiiijtctJr, Oow.
t.h<*uinatl*w,iu6aiiiri>aiioofiwbu:h proo, cu from the
stomach, fiures, >«rufula, liy»repsi s lot .* station*
e *e»ot Axue and Kevur; Oral«top tbrchiii, and. tbea
<i*e tbe 'l'metuio—(be diticulrj to th:« cu.v •» not
.u ccppttig tc» chiii, but tbs reiorn ot
tincture wu! eeriaiitf) do. io geiieiai dcbilntiiooa.
1 wstiant it, and a» I md before, 1 tave pioiured a
trot ot it io th.a wbiub athcrwiu i coatd act:
the people L.re Leeo humluaitfd bj i «i»ut iriedf
einea lon*, that tli«y are a'raid of «i!. Tt.-« »
'-c-arly astomiic.i iiiedic ; iit; it works ail t?a wondrra
lb«re,«ndio all mid) caatsa it la a s&ecitic, ifaiiwthm.
lu the i»
Bavmg given lha Tinctur* t> fuir trial with tcmlf
in aty family and oeirriiborliocd. I think I a-a mk
.anted in what I nj kbool it, and which I d'> wrteout
eny other interest, than the wish to see it iu general
enonittion, ti>u iu every n.aii'* tac-'iiy, wfcer- itoogbt
to be
It'what i say b» doubled by any of the afflietNL
mi l they will wr;e to iue, at Sunny b,:i!t>m l'e«Of
■ ce, Middlesex count;. Va., s'atiug the nature of the
<i.*eat>.i, ar d I recommend it tor »:c!i a ease i win
warrant it, and it it cou't do good. 1 will j,«, lor the
medietas. THOS. K. BULL.
HAMPTON'S VEGETABLE TINCTUR*..—Ge#
»eri get paiuj. biota grati», with hisiyry ot discovery of
t!ii» wosnl-jitu Blood I'uritier, and *<;e eeruticates i»f
ow own citizeun, of Rfceumu' «am, Dyspepsia, Sc»o
fu.'t, L.ver Complaint, General W.iakii'»s Nervous
Swd'bv O. A.STRECKER, Richmond; JONES It
CO., ROBERTSON, WILSON & ALFRiED, Po
tershurx; Dr. CUOKE, F rede nc tub u**. MOUTIMKt
6c MUW BRAY, and by D r ©?srj
where.
$1 per bottle.; H r>< tti« B tor b> 17
H. GOKIMJN iJAKK 18, GI;A D U ATE
OF CAAIfcKJDoE, CLASS IBi4. froUNDER
Of THE BALTIMORE LOCK INFIItMARV, No
91 South Gay etr«ret, oj.pjiite the fcxebange Build
ing and I'oat OlEee.—Thorn: requiring iu< deal or sur
gical aid, by appiying to Dr. H., uray secure <-kill:u]
treatment and advice, while ail communication* will
be sacredly shielded by the jtusos of pruiewit>nal
honor
Aware of the difficulty witb the public to discrimi
i.ate in a newspaper advertisement between tne geu
uitis and ckiiiful physician and the sj uiious pr»ten
siocs of the designing and dangerous Dr. H.
will cheerfully give, when appiied to, .uch private
references as will folly fcatisfy 6.11 who lecture oil
eervices.
BE WAR E OF NOSTRUMS'
Avoid tbe I'atenl Compounds and Cordiala
advertised to cur? all persona under varied loima of
disease.
As the constitution and babins of individuals differ,
reason teaches the name remedy cannot be .u.tEd t<i
aii a iie, and that disease can oniy be n.ileiy and el
tectualiy eradicated by ajudicioti. appixauon of pro
per remedies.
ATTENTION !NVITLD!
A practical experience of over ii> years enables Dr.
tl to insure a sound and speedy cnie in acerl-aiu eiass
ot diseases, which have too long seen yielded by
regular physicians i-u ibe hands ul quackery. He
.-nay be consulted confidentially, either in person or
by letter.
Persons at a distance cured at in. me ty adfirefalag
<i letter to Dr GORDON HARRIS, Bukimcre, Ma
ryland.
All communications confidential.
Remedies sent by mail or express to eny part of the
United S'fltr-s. or 11—Sn,
'ru IHE (Jl'ilZJsA&Ol' VIKGIMA.—
* You would be astonished to b>- ho Id the steady,
certain, onward progress continually made by Bakers
celebrated BITTERS, in the atlecuon', interests and
cont.det.ee of ail who luve availed then.selves of
their valuable medical aid. Dyspeptics ot long so'
teriug,are beginning to discover that these Bitters
are the only true remedy to be obtaintd tor their dis
eases, and hundred*, -who had given up all hope ot
relief, since using them have been made to rejoiee
and be glad in their discovery. There is no bcuibuj;
about tnese Bitters: and though we at times, in oar
own notices, make a grand display of words, which
to some may sound like ''clap trap," our objeet in
doing so, is not to deceive the public, but merely to
induce the afflicted to try them, feeling coifident
that a fair trial will at once commend their virtues M
the most incredulous. KorCholics. indigestion. Lots
of Appetite, etc , these Bitters are an excellent rem
edy; and for dolicate females and infants they hira
no superior.
Price 50 cento per bottle. For sale by Messrs. Pur
cell, Ladd k Co., Bennett &. Beers, Alexander
Duval, Adie it Gray, Charles MiUspaugU, and Drat*
gists generally throughout the city. Also, by Todd*
Christian, Petersburg; D. R. Lyman, Lynch burg; Kiof
it Toy. Norfolk; Dr. E. Camm, Williamsburg.
CiT Orders addrtraed to E. BAKER, Richmond
Va., will receive prompt attention. de 31
RO. MASKING, SHIP CIIAM>LEB,
* GROCER AN D COMMt SBI O N MK R
i WANT, tit his new home, opposite the old stead of
Hankins i. Libby, and in front of the Steamboat
Landing whore rnay be foand a .general assortment
o all article*in bis linn viz:
Cordage, llemp ft/id Manilla.
Blocks, Patent Rolier Friction; Bushtd and Com
mon Twine; Sail Needles, Hook* and Thimbles Ma
una Spikes, Caulking Irons, Can Ilooks, Box Hooks,
Spikes, Wood Saws, and various articles in the
cibin Cnardlerv Line.
GROCERIES. — Coffee, Tea, Soap, Candle*,
Hotter, Lard. Molasses, Itr.
SEEK.—Mes* i'nme and No. J; Mess and Prim#
Pork.
BACON, Dried Beef, Smoked Tongues, Ac.
PAINTS.—White and Black Le&o: Paris. Chrome
r.ad Verdigris Green, Vermillion, C&rome Yeiicw,
•Spanish Brown, Paint Oil Varnish.
Sperm and Solar Oil; Kish Oii, Ter, Piteh, Resin,
spirits Terpentine, itc.
Crockery, for ship use
Rwrkrrji, ttrr oini. fte. OC 7
V a (JJLAiiK & PLiNUb.—P. H.
A. * TAYLOR, sole tgeut in this citj for tbe i«le of
PIANO FORTES made by the above earned o«lefc™»
ted uiafceru, I* constantly receiv n* elegant and plain
PI 4NOS frost their extensive and long establish##
manufactory.
They combine all the modern improvesießtt, *•»
are renowned for keeping in tone.
{y The public are euiiioned tt observe that
tb» title of the tir.n is Nunms Ik Cu»l-
Old Pitnos tsJten m part pay fcr new ones.
Guitars, Violins, Actiirdeuus and flotes. Also, Goi
tar and \ iniin Strings of tbe best quality.
P. H. T. bra in ktor« tbe largest stock of otw ana
standard Mowc to lei found eoatb of Baltimore, afidis
io the wei-kly receittof all the new and !«w l n«nabw
uiosic of the day. A liberal tfiacoum tusthooU
and dealer*. PIANO AND MUSIC STORE,
?.n I ' 16" Main street.
A(,UE AM) FEVEK LUKKD IN 8
HOURS.—HEGAI rVE ELECTRIC FLUID.
— On. SifiT : f have tried, and gt»en «o be • «■'*<, J?" 1
Fluid, which you attribute tlif pruperty of breiltP|
tijver belter than Quinine. The nat'lu »• thetm.»
made here in the lull of 18S4 were ui aloof Bk.
—ooue of them iijtlit— have been radically tar®*
with from 2 to 4 dnt» «if the Fia>d. Amon* tue
there are three that ate extremely remaraabl#. Tn*
Brat cue bad reaiaied varloua treatments acd pby«J
eiatia for 15 months, and wu cared entirely in®..*
month with the Kivid. Theeeeocd ea»* had'elated
enoruioat doaee of Quiuiue dario* 2 !****>
eared wirb a few doaee of the Fluid. The thtrd **£*;
the patient had the t'sver for 3 yeara, bad b<«n «ta»e«
with Quinine to no purpose, and »a» eured wtto a
Jew doses of the Fluid. T LKCOMPTE,
Apothecary, Rue Royal, 66 L »s a *oar«.
January 25th, I&'3. :
WE httTo frequently beard the celebrt
tedUKItHAN BITTERs, sold by Or C *•
JACKSON, 120 Areh street, Philadelphia, *po**» j»
in term* of the highest «omwe jdatfcu, and we n<»-
tstiy be Here that It 14 one of the beat "* dittoes 1 u-
Tortised for the explainu for wbirh it if>****?
mended. They Ut pleasant to the taaif, and cj»1
taken wader any circumataoces by the no* l
atomach. The pieea. far and wide b»*e ar:> ed
roniiuecdint title taralaabi* temedy ,l) '
debility, ka aad an oh are the beetfi »****'•' *
panacea, that we hope it may be introduced •••« J
farut.y dyspepsia has, er la
vtctfau. ___ d» a»-d*cg_
pOAJL—CUMitiJtLANI) COAL^I
V am prepared to d»>U»er the wmv be*
Cumberland (Coal. It ia the beat Cf*a»
need. It ia ptoni'dueed by pereoaa ej»
! ar preferable to the Virjiuia Coal. r»MW«w£H
to g* it a trial wtt! ha«
/ lUAJL—IMU wSS iwifri»f wd
V> tinue to raeehre, tor tbe matt stay d»
■toelt m ANTHRACITE COAL..
aKatar t ,^
CSSSSft
k CO.

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