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Kacmos i*J C*ure»vi * ~ ™' oof
■>«»*> UMw-dard glre« the wh lch Wc
* remarkable phenomenon of Wlt)( „ t 8 o'-
rarredMi Saturday morn w. f o nr
clock, on Wet Hill. • •"
miles *Mt of flra»* . ( >i ( -ohe*ue* were en.
Michael Callen and • ' £ fot< with a *lew to
?' which contained numerous spring,
drain the bill. »»*" cf tbe CBt th ey had
depth of about thirty-
indication* were of a kind to
Zxcitfi *'n«ptoion» of danger. They therefore re
moved their tools as expeditiously a* possible, and
h*d barely made their e*«ape when an eruption ot
*r*ter and (and took pl*ce, washing violently
through the cut, increasing it* width by the abra
sion, and extending around In ersry direction, till
an art-* of live or six acres was opened into an im
mease crater, forth wa*er and sand
r» «« wereu iVrad-ft, ai d, 'ailing into the
► (lag vorte*. soapp dofai 'h< j b*d been
n . » ok* Ooatintiuit it* h**<iiong *
t<r 14-»O U«UO of wa'er d sCJ .dej into H> era
V.*t«c -ek. tearing *<r»y :he ntlk,dln''»cl"g
der,» n . bnU r-, pref pltasio* a lorfS. treo-,
•■< awry thing in It* path. tn«o the ralley
A «-»! d belonging to Mr. K->Hy,:» l J« ,er f c "''T*
t»o«. W»* evened lr» spot- to •hedepthoftifi cen
•ai d t*«n y f et. Tho ra cb of
<sc. *n on >he creek. w.*» materially Injured, andtb*
ranch of Mr. Taylor. «ltll lower down. *u*:aii »d
«l*ma<«- 'O the elterit of »everal thousand of dol
lar« M uers were driveu from their claims—B-">me
withthe loa* of tools, s'.uic»bo*o*,
A, and o'her* toehold the l.hor of year* d«s
ir y*d. by ' d 'he h <peof pr> fit or raclamaMor.
The ■; <ct ile n»t«it s an< Ing it* aerioue results,
is de*ciit<e I as ha*iP< b«>n eublime.
S*ra QrvitTShsro* 4 Mcsmkhh—A man u»tc.
*d l.t l, tor wme time, has been rnd»>r sentence
*>f dt»ih «t Pi:t*barg. Pa , bnt. thr ogh the ir,fla«
•nee ot f;lends, lias We. n restd'ed for an ind< li ii.e
perl d. Lti't in the mp-au im*. enj y* M use't
a* c'ntor'.tblv a* It I* u >*»ib'e fir auimtod •. io
hi" circntnstancet. His cell iii the county prison
Indlca'c* prepsrailon* fr a lot (C *•*>' lis has
h*d the wail* aularch very haudnmely treeco d,
an l deoo'k'ed wi h numeroo* psln'irgs The
hi ni'nre. purchased at hi* «wo expense, is also
Of aft ■«* qia!|ty. ll* ha« *everal arm chairs, a
neat iltiln stand, and very clean and tidy bed
clothes He n«es «o old Iron b-dstead. but has
ordered • new one, and InsdHtion, intends to
h*ve tbe stone I) >orc- vered with csrpet.
TH» UWtTIP ?T»T«8 AfcHT POU, *!•» RBCBCITHO
Pt< PPtD.—ln pnr*o*nce ol ordeis f»om the War
Dep*"m*nt, the ricrnl lng«rvice throughout 'he
C»ited States was di»conMcu-d on the 3<)tb nit.—
The ranks of the Army are not only full f>r the
first time in twenty years, but "here is considers
ble -n-plns of recruits ffotn which to till future
••CAi'Oles The u- usual prosperity of tbe recruit
ing bU'lne** may be attributed partly to the de*
4enre*dn« eff-ct ol the finsnci*' revnlsion, bnt
miinly to the Increase of the soldier's pay abut
f.inr year* awo, up to the decently remunerative
Standard of eleven dollars p»r month lor foot, and
twelve dollar* for r***»'y wrvtce.
A f cither's s-bop »N Paris—A considerable
<1 tj* btck.orfMad r.'Und a new butcher
M'nli'lv roent at -he corner of Rue Tronrhet and
the Roe Nenvo des-Mathuriii*. Upwards of thiry
m-f re« in lengtb.it is eutirely filled up with white
BMrb'e on »npport* of porphyry. The counter is
also of whi'e marble on *ilver caryatides. A
fountain < f water, sis feet io diameter, plays in
Centre of the *bop, and vase# of flower* and
Shrub* «re disposed about with a certain degree of
taste. Thirty-nine persons are employed io the
•a'abti'bmeut, which offers each morning lor sale
20 oxen, 20 calve*. and GO «heer.
MatL Proposals.— roe puposuts for the trans«
porta'ion of the United State* mail! in Virginia,
North and Sooth Carolina, Georgia and Florida
were opened at the Post rffice Department on
M<>ndiy morning, bat io consequence of the very
irreat number of bid* they caouot for several days
be arranged to a* to ascertain the comparative es
timate*. Itl», however, believed by well informed
officers of the Department that thf>re is au aver
age increase of 20 per cent, on the existing rates.
Swiss Mahufactoring IsnrsTßT — Tho population
of 8«*l Borland is ab"Ut 2.400,000 01 this num
ber, 250 000 are employed in the different branches
Of manufacture*. Of these, 73,000 are engaged in
■pinning, weaving, bleaching, or printiugcotton,
45.000 in the silk trade, aud 29,500 in the clock
•nd watch-making trades. The silk and cotton
trades are principally confined to the German can
tons of Balle, Z'Oich and SalntGal': the watch and
clock trade* are chiefly carried on in the French
canton*. From Genoa alone the I'nited States
receive* auuually, via Havre, about 210,000
watches.
A Millionaire with Money Enough—Rev. Dr.
Cbapin's Society purch.-sed their preeeut location
on B-oadway, New York, of Wm. B. Astor, tor
$90,000. Not long ago they sought to pay the
Srineipal of the debt bet ire it became due, but
tr Astor couiplaiued that he bad so much money
to take care of, he would r ally prefer their con
tinuing to pay only the interest as it came due.
They are now, it seems, expecting to receive
$130,000 for the property, aud will probably re.
mare to Madison square.
Ohm. Mathiwh and Wire.—Mr. and Mrs.Chas.
Mathewt arc playing at the Haymarfeet, in Lon
«l>u The lilutirated Times says : "It in much to
b« regretted that Mr. Mathews, unquestionably in
bin "no the moat perfect artist on the stage,
•hould descend from-be position he ban always
occupied, merely tor the sake ot' acting as a *"• »iI to
bit wl'e —a lady who. with all deference be it
•pnken, will never attain anything but second rit'e
rank. Mr. Mathews is-lowering to tier level'very
rapfd'y. by playing extremely bad parts in ex
tremely bid pieces of which she is tbs heroine.
For hi* own s»ke, and fur that of the public, the
ao >oer he eschews this pracica the belter "
THE Niw D.tobce ,'.L*w is Indusa.—The di
vorce law of Indiana, as amended, require* rirst.
that the apn i'ant shall have been a bona f\A- res*
id -lit of th« S'a'e for one year; second, abandon,
ment for nut year; third, service ten days, or pab
lie*'lon thirty da\* instead of fourteen; fourth, if
th* dt- i-l tot fi.es a cross petiti in, the suit can*
n it b» wi bdtawo by the withdrawal of the orig
inal petition; fifth, the c >urt to decree such alim -
iiy a» cfrcum.-'tnce* shsll reude' just and proper;
•nth, a divorce on sccou'it of tb« uilscouduct ui
the *if* glvet the hu-ibiud the same title to her
property as it she were d«ad. A new section ao«
th Jit lies '.be opening up of decrees iu certain ca
■es wi'hi i two je.trs, as to custody of children
and allow »nc" of alimony, lut not sc as to marry
the ..ivorced patents.
Tax ItAUAS Exiles—The I aisn exiles wlo
teeep'ly famed in Ireland are pr te-si na.' men,
wi.h few eXcep'ions, *nd men of liberal education
Tuere are am-jLg >b-nt. lawyers II doctors 7,
apolhwciries 8. no'arie*-1 co'iMemen 14. clerg).
men 7, taveru j ( rh*-roi*t4 - artists b.
Qlv.es Victoria's Usacit F.DiJii» —An American
le ter-wrl'er, who g.it a peep a' ber R. yal High-
D •»» on the ricent opening ot Parliament, says her
ace n gen in* to look somewhat ui queenly and
ra lor rheumatic Her eyes are no lo ger the toll
b ue, ber cheeks no lonuer the plump fair, her lips
tio longer f lie royal rubv, and her n so uo longer
the SaX«Romau we were accustomed to regard
the n. And her v..ice is certainly by uo means the
hippy ringing t*>ing for *h c i o lurtiers sounded
har lituit Wmu she commanded the respecfully
■'audiug throng wrhiu that superb chamber to
resame their seats, 1 c uid tee ber a little more
fall length, and verily tbe grandmother it where
the girl was.
A VIRGINIA REMEi.»y.—Mrs. DAWB'
ELIXIR. one of the best known reme
dial for Coughs and Cold*, has been In use in Rich
oioud and it* vicinity for the past fifteen or twenty
yMr*, ana has alwai t proved efticacious in Coughs
and Oold« The foliowlun certificate was voluntari
ly given by Kev Mr Wiles in iSM.
Bowl no iiattv, Ca&ousi, March 2d, 1854:
Ma o. O Walter—Dear Sir: I take pleasure in
Ib* rating you that "Mrs Dawt' O)uoh Elixir," 1
paiehaned of you, baa acted like a charm upon my
little daughter, when sue had the Whoopinc Couvb
▼err had I have used It also iu cases of Colds, at
ten* d with severe coughing, and in ev ,-ry case the
•um happy retnlvj have bees produced. I regard
thit preparation as an excellent medicine and in m y
■ udgmeht no family ought to be without it.
A. WILES,
Factor of the M. B. Church, Booth, en Caroline Cir
cult, Va Conf.
For tale by Mr*. A. B. Daws, Fisher k Winston
MiUspangh k J«.hntton, J. W. Garllck, K. J. Plcot!
4 .Bodeker and Ohat D. Yale. Uichmonif oc 25
ONION STEAMBHIP
-FOR PHILADELPHIA
CITY POINT AND NORFOLK.
VfIHIHHHVdi'KINO AKKs NOKMKNT-Steam
•r Cll't »iP KICHMOND.Oapt / Mitchril. sttwuner
Xt 2 , A i N i A '^* pt ATID Teal, steamer VIR
GINIA.Capt J B &KLLKY
One of *b*se superior Steamers will leave Rich
■ood.nntM further notice, every MONDAY and
THURSDAY, touch.ac at Ciy Point aud Norfolk to
r«c«i*e freight and i'assengers Returning, leave
Philade'phia every WKDNEfcDAY and SATUR
DAY morning, »t 8 o'clock.
These (Steamers are now in floe order, increased
accommodations for the comfort of pa—angers hav
ing been added, as also more room for freight; and
we hop*, by regularity. dispatch and care in pro
tecting goods committed to our charge, to receive
an increase of patronage
JV»Mo transhipment by this line.
PARK M KDUOKI)
Passage through to New York and found ..$lO 00
So do Philadelphia and found,
Mcabin . —-1— - 8 00
Passage to City Point and Norfolk same as by the
UmU
•flu Passengers by this line can stop in Philadel
phia two or three dars, and then proceed to New
Tork by the tase tioket. „ „
• H B TCTTLE. Agent.
*H Roeketts.
T AUGB NUMBER OHt«»BT BBAOTI
-
at aucUoa.oa the vrmuf«>s, ci THURSDAY, the
Ittfeday el April,UW oiwwusaoing at aj* o'clock,
PM. (Mt sseet bwratital uare of 1 and. con taining
aaioieloKJbe Southern bouudmy of
Manchestsr.aad boaaded by the Main street, the
Kail road, and the Mancbsster end
rf s*lbvv| TncarlUe The land has lsi<l on,
with lb j streets of Manchester
®al *m Wnl in I -is t'< purchssers TtiAtt.MiL
cau be seen at the olUkj of the auctioneers Thrse
•jdeoi»l»<eorp.rate limits,ar«notsnWsct to city
eaas—ca>h; ha'anes alt 3 end it
£W*lh», 'fit neg is I*l i f,' < * tot»Je*t s-Me't, secured
J' fif 3*3, ct iMnnsii Br request of jir
$• 1 'if l Uari,..,tor of Joseph Mari, de-
«k i;-a»wM# OODW.V t miiSm!aSSSt I
pianos *o.
lot of the* a******
1 9 ■ f1 llin«trnm, nt* hM just b«D received
J * M W «• *oh»w now a* fine an n**ort»iei»»
<>l Pianos m can 1* found in any of the lsr*e c.tie*
and at »ower price* Price* here, the same Mmt
thr faotory, flrow $225 to §!Bfo. . , . .. .
In this let. we have al*o tbe much
d< nnix aud the new A Sen l ' Circular Actum, wlucb
for volume and beauty of tone near!'T >• tnr
Grand To these n't kind* we solicit theattention
ot Profiteers aud Amateur*
The Tbalbeig Grand i* still <n hand **£]••
Order* from gbwd, withrefereagM. wlUt«m»
tnally attended to. Drawings of Piano*, with th<
price* furnished free , . „
The initrHMfnttfrim thu factory havt tMtrfrmttti
rirrird * rxl *>*dah diploma* and award*, «tvr
,i it oomfttior*,»'» all f'jirt inhere Ikfy hart btrn fx
htinifd. IX hjirnrr and Amtrtva 7V firit profess*
, r) nsi hnnirt atuljudf/f* qf bo'hconntrut. tire unan
i »c'>v4 >n dwdrdme 'hmthf. hioh<»t perftclmm War
raoty given tor any length «if time.
Warerooms—North sido of Broad street, near'4th,
and at Uabustuk A Rao's, No !6» Main street
ia 2-i NATtt'L OAKUSI. iulii Aitent.
* H TAVLOR— i«o*r
Vlf OS, and
exclusively, l>s
J « * U " Main street, above Po«t » IBcti. (2.'>
» Ar#e*t*bliehed.»— Ba* the exclusive eale iu Ricb
moud '-f the Manns' A Clark and Gale X Co t»I A —
M>«
The largest stock of MUSIC and bound MUSIC
in the State.
Piacos tun d and let on biro. Old Piauo* taken
In part pn« for new one* nih 11
a t'ltis KrtvbMll) vi
raaaffiSß\No SODARR PIANOS -liraur
TJUTTII " , i"» r< ' Pia- 1 # Forte Warerooms
J * wb** General d»pot of foreign and Ameri
can Mil ic. Musical Instruments, and ail other arti
cles Wlongine to a Musical Wareh use. b» 1. 1
A 00. No 231 Bread street, between Tt'ird and
Fourth streeis, Richmond, va. the undersigned,
at 'he rt quest of many houthem friends, nave ec
tahlish«l *nd opened in Fichmotid. No 2Si Broad
street,bet 3d and t'h sts , a PIANO KOR T E
ta AKKhOOM, where in addition to onr extensive
sfck of Pl\vO FORTES we off-'r for sale a
rfenv-al Mssorttnent of KO H KION AND AMERI
CA MIJHTO, of the mo-t popular coinpouers Mu-
Instrument* of all kinds, and thiiso articles
generally whi h appertain toa first cl«s* musics!
« sublisbment Peniinariee. Academies. in«tit«»tlons
of learning, «c . wiM find it to th ir advantage to
deal with us. as we are prt'parea to se'l music, Ac.,
at Northern prices, and tbey will thtm save th'
freight b"twe«n t' i» c ! »y aud the bo r th Th < bug--
nes« will b" conducted under the nam a and stjleol
OJJHLK A CO.
a guarantee is civen of ev->ry instrument 'or five
Tear« frotn tbetimo of purchase, and the privilege
of exchange within six m< n hs alter date of sale is
accorded. All orders will be promptly and faithful
ly executed.
Our terms are moderate, aud a liberal discount
will be msde for cat-h
Tu-iing promntl' attended to
Old Piano* taken iu exchange and hired at low
rates
The pnblic are respectfully invited to ?ive ns a
cnllbof re purchvsiug elsewhere, as we are ileter
ntiritd not to be undersold.
fe2s d3ra G.I'HLE .V CO , Richmond. Va.
(I7INDOW SHADES, WHOLESALE
* * AND RETAIL.—My retail price* aro H7. l i
cents for a nice dark Landscape, $1 00 for a Gold
Hordered Shade. 1 Wets fo r G Id and Velvet 1 sti
for Gold Center Vase, 50 <'!a f>r BoquetCentre.7seta
for Vase ft ) vered Bh'ide. Cords, Ttss l->, Brasses
all colour*. '■'ire Screens in great variety, floor and
t ble Gil Cloth cheap.'no pieces English « il Cloth
from New Voik auction, with flannel back, »t a
great Facrifice Call, and see for yourselves at iho
established cheap Dry Goods and Window Shade
St re of M GOLDEN, 23<i. Broad streei,
mh22—3m Between 3d and 4th sis
1859 SPRING TRADE. 1869.
fOHN J. MELLON,
IMPORTER ASn DEALER 1!»
FOREIGN ANl> DuMESIK WtN*B. BRANDIES,
GIN'S, WHISKEYS Ac.,
XO 134 GARY ST.. RICHMOND. VA.
Have in store and Bonded Warehouse, Cognac,
Rochelle and Sazerae BRANDIES; Holland GIN;
Jamaica RUM; Scotch and Irish WHISKEY; Port,
Sherry, Madeira and Malaga WINES.
4(10 this Penn and Ohio Whiskey
3iio bbls Brandy, Gin and Sweot Wine
20 bbis Old Apple Brandy
126 bbls assorted Rye Whiskeys, (from 1 to 7
yearso'd)
100 bbls Excelsior Pnre Rye Whiskey, (of which
i am role Agent)
50 baskets Champagnes, of superior brands
Claret, catavne and uiedist imer Wines; Curacoa,
Kiramel, Krish-Wa~*er aud absinthe; London and
Dublin Porter; Scotch Ale; Fine Havana fcegars.
Tha kful for past favors, I respectfully solicit a
continuance,promising satisfaction in all cases.
*3. All orders promptly attended to.
rnh I—2m
gPRING SALES—IBS 9
TnOMAS. HUGHE* * CALDWELL,
IMPORTERS AND JOHIIKRS,
(So. 7 Pearl Street, Richmoud, Virginia.)
We are now ready to exhibit our SPRING
STOCK of
NOTIONS AND FANCY GOODS.
We have more than doubled onr DIRECT IM
PORTATION*. which, added to our
LARGELY I INCREASED BTOCK
of American manufactures, enables ua to offer to
the merchant* of
VIRGINIA.
NORTH CAROLINA.
TENNESSEE, and
KENTUCKY,
a Stock of GOODS, not to bo surpassed in EX
TKvr, BEAUTY aud CHEAPNESS, in this coun
try Gur assortment consists iu part of
Embroideries, Laces, Dress Trimmings, Silk and
Cotton Hosiery, Gloves, Haadkfs, Cravats, Ties,
Shirts and Collars, Umbrellas, Para
sol-, Brushes, Combs, Buttons, Hoop Skirts, Per
fumeries and Soaps, Gold aud Gilt Jewelrr.Ac.
An endless variety of Small Wares, more particu
larly specified iu our printed Catalog- es.
K-jf Orders at all times promptly attended to.
f« 2"i—ts
TZEat BEKE OK COAL <>IL i.AMFB.
-I*- The largest assortment of Lamps iu Richmond,
•nd the mo»t approved patterns for sale at No i»2
"lain street
A 1 o, the be*t COAL OIL and Ff.Ulf*, in ■man
ritt-s, for •ia'ec t e p Apply at 162 Jlaia street, op
pofi o the Arrericau Hotel
mliZ3-dim* .1 W REX.
POTATOES «YITUP7NTbT
" HUM, WINES a-d BKANDlKß.—Onconsign
ment, a lot of prime fresh ground TK>'NKjSE3
FLOUR.
Mi bbls fine White MERCER POTATOES
I (i bis PORTLAND SY'tUP, for manufao»urers
tun Mils pure nish-ll ivorej \ * £iU *1. for do
Madeira, Port. Sherry, .Malaga and ithiuo WINE J
tine BRANDIE-"
For sale bv
JOHNouN. YOUNGKR A OTKY.
mh m No '3 fear! street
I A 1 B>SRT L. WE''T. G xtdin's
* a n*ij Plans Working Draw
I in«! 8 and for buildini?- 1 and other >ra
i pr 'V-ments. in everv i-tvle of Atchi ecture, turni«h
ed, and work superintended, and and
v-i'ied, tn the city • r country lit xp-rieticeand
ficle'ity to the iute eits commitied to me, will, I
trust, s cure an increase of the liberal patronage
aireadv ei joyed
SLATE, for roofs, constantly ob
hand, Bd f rsale at greatly reduced prices,
mh 12—'m*
GMR.JtN AN FlfciU fEfcU —n
f fresh f upply jnst received of choice Seel, near
ly • very variety
ALSO—Plows Harrows, Cultivators, Ao , Ac , of
nearb every patter i os'id.
P II ST4RKE,
No 52, Main street just above
ap 2—iW _ St niiarle- Hotel.
\TORTH6RN K'E— ,-A e are preptr> a to
furnish nnr customers and the citi/. )i s gene
rally with he best No'theru Ice, On ri-asonsbie
t'-rm". pledginsr ourselv s to spare no rains to satis
fy ourens'omers Thankfu, lor the liberal patron
age oettowed upon us. w» ask for a co muuauce of
tii«-amo Aewili teliv rictarauy of the Depots iu
Hit bm nd. or on Ciuil Bats omci«onable terms
fr< m the vessel lea house on the .Dock oa Cary st ,
between 21stand 22d.
mh 14-lai GRIFF'N k TAYLOR.
DOTATOtfi—We callihe aittntion o
l love' •of good Irish Potatoes t) a largo lot jus
arrived l>v nohoouer 'tough aid R- ad y As to qual
ity and siie, ihey hive been pronounced very sutie
rio". AUSTIN k GKNT ti.Com Merch»nt-,
mh 10 Market Pluew. FrunkHn «t
i "tOAL OlL.—The undersigned agent
' for lhe KENTUCKY C«>AL OIL COMPANY,
are now receiving regular supplies of tbls celebra
ted Oil and are prepared to fill orders with prompt
ness, at tho lowest inarhetrates.
POULTNEY k MOAI.E,
mil Irt —lm 44 l-orobard st. Baltimore.
OTEAM HAW MILL- LCMBEtt tIAW.
ED TO ORDER.—The subscriber having the
entire control of one of the best STEAM (JIRCU-
I.AK SAW MILLS in the State, located in Virgin
Pine Forest near navigation, will contract to fur
ulsh at short notice; In go«d order, and on reasona
ble t«rms, Boildlng and Railroad Timber, sawed all
sizes and dimensions, and rei-poctfully solicits or
den tor tbit detcription of Lumber.
TRUMAN A PARKER.
Wholetale and retail dealer in Lumber. Mahogany
j a g and Shingle* of every desorli tion.
DENTIST*' FILES —A full assort
ment of Dentists' Files just to hand, made by
Murphy A Btubbs. For sale by
»p 6 C UKNNKT. Eagle Bqnore.
rpHE HARVEST KING REAPING acd
A MOWING MA^HINK—Is the cheapest and
most simple Reaping Machine now in use-has only
on<* cog wheel in the whole machine—can be drawn
by two horses. Piice S «'»> In store and fcr sale
\>> CHURCH A FLEMING,
ap f> Bole Agen s.
OPRING OVEBCOATB —A god assort-
ment \aried in color. si/.» and price genteel in
appearance and comfortable for the season.
TUPMANA HULL,
*P * I'O Main st
JJPJUNG CAKSIMERE SLITS. Fa"i^
•J Caniim«re Pants, Fino "ilk V.sts, Black Doe
Skin Pants, all new, assorted in quality, and for sale
flump The stock is now complete and we invite
the attention of the trade to the lot.
ap« TUPMAN A HULL. 110 Main st.
100 1)02 HAY * Dd manure forks.
aa»rted 2. 3 and 4 prong Forks; 75 don
>|ped«e,of Ames Rowland's and other makers; 125
Shovels of Ames', Rowland's,
Richard* and other maker*; Bound aod Square
Potnt. P: Handle Shovels; Grain Scoop*, Ao, In
•V>r» wxi lur s»l© chtup, by
CLARK SON, ANDERSON A CO,
_*!' ' 10ft. Main street, Richmond.
/ "HKMICAL SA L T —Receiving prr
~ ' »chr«>ctan BH-d, a supply of Chemical Salt,
tl>« cbtacest fertiliser known. It acts well en t<h
UceoUods, and fer wheat, ton ard oats is said u>
cCt worm h tWr,ata to the wirs and
~!•* IPS 1 * WOBTHAM * <0.
ÜBAIi QCARTBRB FOE nAM»fgn
MATS, CAM, WOOf »<>
LADIES' HEELED GAITERS
LADIES' F&ENCH MOROCCO
Br-ota of suoerior quality at osly tl-23P er
pair j uat received aid tor sale by „ , .
a? « MAKCUB HAKRIB, ll« st.
MOROCCO BLIPPI2RB, with
and without heels, if raricu* styles, for
sale cheap by »lAHCU/J HAKBIM.
»p rt l«t Hroad »t.
TMtY Ahfc Nul
we have still ■■
left on h*nd about T.'» p»irof those nice Idack t»Ai
TKHS. which we have been selling at ?S *9uts. We
have al*o determined ie put down the pi Ice of auo
thir and W-tter tot, which we h*™ "eUiag at
$l.f» and 130 1 h-y will now be sold
ing low price of $t in Come at once, if you Wiiila
sv'cnre a choice pair uuil a j A RK.'B,
No 7:> Main "reit.
A'ao, % very large assortment ot X A VBLtINO
THU>KK. for and g< ntlemen, which will be
sold very cheap. |ap I-ft J
Jl'ij uucMHY Mtr" l HA.i'lo.-
8 P RIN O KTOCK OK B'X)T», BIIOM,
TttUNKS, Ac —>'y *tc*k ot the abov«boo!.»,
wliicT t have, aUulq ill* last few weeks,
-elect- d in persou of the » acnlacturert, Is now be
mv; received by every arrival and will in a few duya
Iw ,n e t re, ready for the in-p. run of purch ♦sera
I have sua r ed ni pains tu the si lection ol ttnsstoi a.
tormdei it worthy the atteutiou ot country
chunt* It has been bounht on the besi 'eini., o
lirst hands, with a view to the retail trade, c< nse
anentl) the si .es a* well as the quality ot tttoOoods
*illc->mniend iitoth- favorable uo'ice of merchants
wiiDinK to purchase for their retail sales
Merchants baying for cash, will find it. greatly to
their advantage to give me a call, at N093 M.atn St.
JOHN C PAOK. Jr.,
mh 17 Two dotrs above Thos. R. Prioe a Oo
Lal>iEß . MlßHtS'and CHIL-
DREWS' BOOTB AND BHOEB —We have
on hand a large and well selected assortment of
Ladies', Misses' and Children*' iioots and Shoes,
both wuh aud without heels, which are very fine
am! pretty, embracing most of the ditlerent styies
now m use for dress purposes An'' we have also
h.id mad«expressly to our order, a first rate assort
ment of Ladies. Misses and Childreni Shoes for con
stant wear, which are made fully as good and (sub
stantial, ns Shoes can bo made, and are soft and
pieasaut to wear. Call and see th■ r.i at
PUT*BY & WATTS',
fi, io No 113 Main street.
i'Riww eTr CK ♦ K m
DOOia SHOES, TRUNKS, J
My Sto. kof BO'VTS.SnOKS, TRUNKS, Ac which
were sell cted in person on the most favorable terms,
is now c iniugiu b» every arrival, aud as'o quality,
not t> be en'■passed In the city. Country Merchants
have now a ran chance to eelict from a complete
assortment «-f larte size SHOKS, wt'h all the usa
albiuds All who wish to conrolt their own iDter
est will do well to call at No 219 Broad street
mh 2-I—l in W P W TaYLOH.
IHF NEW YORK
If AT and BONNET BLEACIUXG,
P*l£&blN<i, WYEiiNtl A-u CUUtt'N'G
EMTABbISHMKNT
Is now open for the reception and delivery of
GOODS, corner of broa t aud 'Jih stree's Ladits'
Tuscan Straw ant Leghorn Bonnets, together with
Gentium ns' Pauama Hats, done :n a superior ano
fas lionable style
Work for the trade punctually attended to.
mh 2s—dim* SAMUEL McRItJR *RD.
m HATS, CAPS. AND BTRAVr
Jaw « o o d s.
FOR
SPRING, 1859.
ROBERT L DICKINSON,
successor to
BINFORD, DICKINSON & WKIBIOER.
No. 78 Main Street,
Begs leave to inform merchants ar.d the public ge
nerally that he has now open and ready for sale,
one ol the moit complete and extensive stocks ot
HATS, CAPS AND STRAW GOODS,
ever offered in this market, which has b en selected
with care from the largest manufactories, and es
pecially adapted to the Virginia. North Carolina
aud Tennessee trade.
Merchants and others are respectfully solicited to
give him a call before purchasing, knowing that
they will find his stock complete in every respect.
He has secured the services of Mr GEORGE W.
DCE3BUKY, so long known to the trade; JOSEPH
h STKGAL.of Bichmond, and JAMES K BKINK
LEY.of Bath county, who will be pleased to see
heii friends at any time fe 24
MTU CASH BUYERS OF HAXB
AND CAPS —Tho subscriber infarms his
friends and the public generally that he is in re
ceipt of his Spring stock of
HATS AMi> CAPS,
whith embraces all the varieties suited to a whole
sale and retail trasle
Country maichan's who wish to purchase for
cash, will find it to their interest to examine my
stock beiore making their purchases, ai great bar
gains can be had; aud to my retail customers, I
have to say, that I have all the new styles of Hats
and Caps, to which I respectfully invite their atten
tion. JohN Thompson,
iiih 16—1 m 87 Maia gt.
THOMAS ELLKTT, POWHATAN WEIBIGSR,
of ivichmond, Va. formerly of Biuford,
Dickinson 4 Weiaiger.
Sffi ELLETT & AVEISIQER,
No 167 Main street.
First Door Above Kent, Paiue 4 Co, ™
MANUFACTURERS AH I> DEALERS IK
HATS,
CAPS aud
STRAW GOODS.
They invite the attentiou of dealers to their 'large
una varied assortment, all of which aro oileritl at
the lowest trade prices _
*3, Mr J I. HUTCHINSON. formerly of Union,
Monroe esuuty, and late in the house of Giuter
Kent * Alvey. Ie interested in our business, and
wtU devote to it bis valuable services.
mh 9—dts
M GREAT DEDUCTION IN jfjj
(K TH E PRICE OK HATS A«xl> BOOTS.**'
jgA —From l'i to 2"i per cent, saved by bujint
•JfffV frctn J 11. ANTfIONY, Columbian Hotel
building.
Moleskin Hats of best (jtiality, 3 50: Do, second
quality, 3 00; Fashionable Silk Hats, 2 So;
fine Calfskin Sewed Uoots. 3 50; Congress Gaiter
Boots, 3 25 : Fine Caifakin Sewed Shoes, 2 25.
.1. H. ANTHONY has mads arrangements with
ouo of the best makers in the city of Philadelphia,
to sunply him with handsome and substantial
Calfskin Sewed BOOTS, which he will sell at the un
precedentod iow price of THii.EE DOLLARS AND
A HaL? OX 23—d 4w ts
gii John Ijo«'LtTv'*
w'LHat and Cap Manufacturer and Whole
sale Dealer in
HATS, ' APS. FUtS. 'I'ttIMMINGB, *o
1 have now oa h%inl a complete sn l extensive as
sortment of ev rything in my line, adapted to the
SPRING TR A D tS,
to which constant additions will be made during
th- season
My experience and facilities have enabled me, on
this occ »sion, to offer the L ABOt? 'T, and in every
way the w >st C (MflitSTß ST (Jd OF GOuD - that
hasevorbe uofforedin Virginia.
1 wou'd ask the particular attention of my cus
tomers to my of
STRAW GOODS,
which for var.eiy and extent cannot be snrpassed
JOHN D.OLKY,
mh 7—ts Main street, Hichmond,Va.
"The new year's come tbe old one's gone,
'I'hese were the words I said,
As gittiug up to see it coaie,
I did not go to bed. . .
S»jpn twelve o'clock the town clock tolu.
Thought I. this can't t>e trne:
I plainly see that you're not kept
by KILL Baß-THO-LO-MBW!
So pulling out m» watrli, I look d,
Asd sure «noaaih < fouiia
It wanted yet tea minutes more
For the old year to slip round.
Oa this 1 could not help but feel
That I kuew what to (Jo;
When I &x>fc my watch to have it fixed,
To BILLVk-'HO-LO-MKW,
Who has had au experience of 2 > years in London
and America Cori.*r Main and I itli stieets, oppo
site American Hotel. m h 17
m NOTICE TO WAXCHMAKERt
AND JEWKLLERS-A VELDHAUS, 127
street, opposite Fre erlcksburg R
MPr Depot, ofters for -ale. on the most accom
modating terms, his entire Bto<k on hand at and be
low cost, to close business Up to this time, my bu
siness at this stand has been a successful one, and
but for my failing health. I should never wish to
exchange this stand for any other in this city—
Thjse mtcrested in a good situation will do w. II to
call soon and secure a baiguin, Buch as has never
before been offered. mh 24—lm*
ga AT COST.—Contemplating ma
king a change in cur business, wo vr ill
Ft J close out -ur present stock ot
O0 WATCHES,
JEWKLRV,
SILVER and
SILVER PLATED WARE,
AT PRIME COST.
All those indebted to th> concern, will p]«»so net
tie up. VOEtiELK A WEIDEMKYKK,
uh 15—3 m No % Mnin st.
« LEWIS HYMAN,
£Z\ Importer of WATCHOC
AND JEWELRY, Wholoenleand Retail, re-
Informs the public that fte has
just returned from the North with an clepant as
sortment of English, Bwis* and American W ATCII-
E», the movements of whi'h cannot be excelled for
oorrect time keepers. Also.a complete aseurtmentof
JEWELRY. Silver Spoons Oold and Silver Specta
cles, with Brazilian Pebble Glasses, which will be
sold as low as any importing house in this conutry.
LEWIS HYMAN, 98 Maiu st. '
Watches and Jewelry repaired hy skilful work
meu, at a reasonable price and at short notice.
mh 11— 3m
rn NOTICE.—Johm N WILLIAMS,
(formerly with Mr John Hill,) conducts the
tjLffitch and Clock Making and Jewelry
flWßusinesa at No S Main streot, three dcort
below the Old Market.
Here mar be found a neetassortmeot ef fine
Gold and Silver Watches, Gold and Silver Chains.
Seals and Keys; Gold. Silver. Steel and: Plated
Spectacles, to suit all eyes; a large assortment of
fine paid to the Repairing
and Begulatirg of fine Watches and Clocks. All
Watches and Clock* repaired In my store are war
ranted to perform well for one year, without extra
charge, unless broken.
J Drift N WILLIAMS. Watch and Clock Maker,
and Jeweler, No 5 Main st. tbrea doors below Ist
Market. ja 2T-3m
*THE CHEAPEST ANITBEWUGHT
A YET PRODUCED — UFFORD'S celebrated
•woke consuming patent portable Lamp This
Lamp proitooes, from the poorest quality of Oil or
grease, without odor, as much li&h' as a medium
&ilar. at one quarter the expense—tha lamp holds
but 2-5 <rf a pint of Oil, and burns twelve hours or
more, producing a most *plendid llgh t— pta»<«at,
even to weak eves—requiring 11' tie or no cleaning,
poU Ag'nt fi.r ttala cit/.
RUNAWAYS.
jj§ $200 REWABDwlilb# for
the apprehension and delivery Ib jriHo thto
JP city oil CRN BR and SCOTT Providedthey
Q- bo taken oat of Virginia, and on* burred
ttf>iiers if taken in Virginia, or half
tUe recovery of either of them. I'hey on
or about tbe2yth of mar.h, from fhojtacbange Ho
tel in this rlty, where they were hired.
TURNER is a mulatto, rather stout built, abont
19 years of age. likely aud intelligent about !>',
feet high, frout tenth somewhat decaycd.
SOtiTT is a v.ry bright mulatto, a twit same age
and height, though not bo stout.
We suppose they have goneHorth. M 0B g 0 jj i
ap B—lw J "UN PAGE.
~~~Mr RUNAWAY—FIFIK DOLLARS
W REWARD -Rnnawar from my jail, thja
J| dtiy, my negro mau JOHN, abont 25 or J>
jQa years old, perfectly black, good teetb. Tery
1 lEdy, ?> feet 10 or II inches high. He may be trying
to get to Middlesex county from whence he came,
ruh 24-ts BENJAMIN DAVIB.
~~Jj» kWaway. _ $ too re w aru —
tR Tbe above rewani will be paid for the appro-
Jk heuHion and delivery to Davis A Hutcheeon,
n In tbe city of Richmond, or coubned in any
jail so that I get uim ai/ain, if taken out of the State
of Virginia,and $50 If taken in the rttateof Virgiuia
for nir man THOMAS JEFFBHbON. He is abont
21 years ofa«e. brown complexion, toll head of hair,
good teeth,s feet HI inches bigh. and »ther gruni
countenance -WN A HUTCHaSON.
tO" Enquirer and Whig will copy in weekly pa
per twice ea»*h ja Phlh
tigemm* CARRIAGES, CARRIAGES.
The subscriber has on hand, at his
U«acn Making Estab ishmant, on Lombard
between Main and Cary, (13th end 14th sueets.)
near tbe Columbian Hotel, COACHES, cHAKIu-
TEE 3, BAROUCBE4, BUGGIES with and without
tops, and fcULKIES-all of bis own make, of the
best materials and workmanship - all of which w II
be sold a* low as good work of tbe kind can be in
the city of Richmond, and I respectfully ask a call
from those in w.ntofany article in the Carriage
line, as I am determined to make to order and to
sell at thelowe t prices possible; and all work sold,
that is new, warranted
mh 7—9 m MIOA.T \H MANQUM.
F A JEIER,
SURGEON DENTIST,
Office on Main, below Pearl street, next do r to P
Horton Reach's trimming store, and two doors
above Messrs Thou H Price A Co's Dry Goods store.
The sub-criber having removed to the above
honse, would be pieced to see thoaj with whom be
has engagements, and has made extensive prepa
rations to serve the public generally. All opera
tion* performed in the most approved and scientific
style known to the Profession. and ail work done
b? him w-\r antn-1 to gi v wat'sfactiQTi f" 7—3 m
z=3 TUttFIN, ROPER <S MUR
" UNDERTAKERS. '
Governor street,between Main aud Franklin, Rich
mond, Va.
Kh>ii rnnat'Mltl v on hand a" k>odi of readr-msde
CO FFIXS axd metallic burial cases.
mh 23 —ly
m- WALSH'S GUN "h .iriTlffli
jSfj>AND PISTOL DEPOT
PISTOL-*. KISUING TACKLE
Wjf&it cPO KTIN G APPABA'i'U", WALKING
CANKd Ac—TAS. WAI.SH, Manufacturer and
Importer of Kifles, Guns, Pistols, Ac. invito the ut
tentionof Merchants aud Sportsman to his exten
sive and wellselecied ascortmeut of goods of >-v< r>
descriptiou in th» Gnnnery line, which he will sell
at thelowestjpossible prices, and ou the most ac
comincdating terms. Colt's celebrated FIVE
SHOOTBK, and every description of Fire Arms,
kept constantly. Also Ammunition, Percussion
Caps, Ac. . .
lie tins in store, ais <, a choice as«ortment of Canes,
of various styles and colors.
He will repair all kinds of Fire Arms neatly,
quickly and sub-tantiallr; Mount Canes; refit and
repair door aai trunk locks at reasonable prices.—
Call at his store, No 60 Main street. Kichmond, Va.
JAMES WAL9H,
mh 10— lm Maker andTmporter of Guns. Ac.
» CHINA, GLASS AND EAETH
ENWARS—O B TAYI.OR, 117 Main street, is
now ia recipt of hi* spting stock of goods,
mostly of his own importation, embracing a great
variety of white gilt, and decorated China; white
Granite ant! bins printed ware, of the best quality
and shapes; blue edged CC ana Dipt Ware, selected
expressly for the jobbing trade; Cut and Pressed
Giass.of a variety 01 styles and qualities. Also, plated
and Brittannia Ice Pitchers, Castors Spoons and
Forks. Also, a fin# assortment of Waiters. Table
Cutlery, Japanned Ware, Ac., Ac. He feels assurtd
he can sell goods as low as anyjobbiug house at the
North. Au examination of his Hock ia respectfully
solicited. tnh 10—2 m
Mm GEO. J. SUMNER, tfg
No 20 Pearl Street,
RICHMOND, VA. feff
ST CHINA, GLASS AND EaRTUENWARE.
XPUIS6, 1859,
Is now rcceivine his usual large supply of French
and English CHINA; EARTHENWARE of the
latest patterns and shapes, mostly of his own im
portation; Plain. Pressed and Out GLASSWARE, of
every description; LOOKING GLASSES; Plated,
Britannia and Japan Goods, and Honso furnishing
Goods generally. liis stock will be found as exten
sive and well assorted as any house in this country
can exhibit, which is offered at prices guaranteed to
be as low an any regular repacking house in this coun
try mil name, on the usual credit for prompt pay
meat, or a liberal discount .fir' cash
lio solicits au examination of his stock by Mer
chants, Hotel Keepers, Springs Proprietors and
Housekeepers, before making tiieir purchases.
Goods carefully packed by expeiienced packers,
and shipped promptly. mh i—2m
BfßlNli TKALHS- —
FISHER A WINSTON
L 8 Druooists and apothecaries.
No. 12">, Main stre» t, Richmond, Ya.,
WUo'enata dealers in Diugs, Medicines, Paints,
Oils. French and American Window Glasj, Dye
Stuffs, &c , Ac , have now in store and are daily re
ceiviuu th j ir Spr ng supplies, to which they invite
the attentionot country dealers
mjr Orders promptly packed and shipped.
FISUSa A WINSTON,
fe26 No. 1 Main street.
TOTHE PUBL C.—'JheqgnSJL.
takes this method
inf ruling ino friends and the public generally. il»i
ho bag opened a general LIVERY. HALES and
HIRING STABLE, on '>th, between Franklin and
Grace streets, one square below the Old v arket.
where ho will be gia * to see his old acquaintances
aud as tunuy now cues a* uiay favor him with th'ir
patronage, with the assutance on his part that no
thins? 3hal! be left uu-.lotie that will add to the com
fort au l safety of STOCK entrusted to his care -
His vrroouis are po'ite aud attentive, and bis grana
ry will alwtj 8 be supplied with the bf *t the market
affords. GEO L EARNEST,
Agent for Joseph Brutumel.
N B —I will give uiy personal attention to the
buyina and selling of HORStS and MULES. for
those that mtty entrust such matters to myjudg
ment [nib 15-1 m J OLE.
1859 bPBiMO TtvAoJSl 1859.
n EORQE STARRETT,
VJ GOVERNOR STREET,
Richmond, Virginia.
Manufacturer and Dealer iu Htove*. hanges, Kur
na*es Farmers' Boilers, Licence Boilers, Factory
Stoves and Heaters. Bath Boilers and Bath Tubs.
Iron Siuiis. Pumps. Hydraulic Hams. Lead aud
Iron Pipe, T.n, Bhtet Iron and Copper work gener
&liy
Merchants Builders and Houpokefpers—also. Su
perintendent;! of Public Buildings, Churches, Fac
tories.andall others pifchasins articles,or requiring
work in cm line, are respectfully invited to exam
ine the same. We h >ve always on hand a large as
sort men'from which to >eioet, embracing many
articles not. usually to he found—all of which are
sold at uniform prices, thin affo-diug the. least ex
neiieaced equality with tho best judges of our
work.
BJr Repairing pieces, for all our leading articles
always on hauaat tho Governor Street s tove ftore.
mh 24—tf GEOHUE nTARRKTT
gPiTING, 1859.—
NEW GOODS -NEW STYLES.
J . D . 000 D M A N A CO.,
Na. 119 Main Stksst
Are now in receipt of th«ir .Spring Stock ol
Ci'OTIIING, which thev have manufactured ex
prei-sly to suit their own retail trade, soliciting a
call from their friends and the p'ibii: generally to
examine t'eir stock, which t of the first class
Goods, and warranto I to be tl the best workman
ship and latest styles, at the lowest prices, tender
ing sincere thanks for the liberal patrouage of their
old patrons, and promising all atteuliou to Buit th>
taste and supply the wants of their customers —
Call and examine the st<*ck of Clothing and Fur
uishiug Goods now on sale a
STRKET
Henry T Millur, o Prinze Edward county, Vale
s mh
CTOCBS FOR SALE. —Virginia fctaie
Stock ; Richmond City Stock.
R H MAURY * CO.,
Stock and Money Brokers,
_mh_24 L'nder St Charles Hotel.
VSTHOLEfiALE AND RETAIL CEDAR
* V WARE MANUFACTORY, 13th street, be
tween Main and Cary, Richmond, Va, where deal
ers and housekeepers may Hud it to their advan
tage to call, as they can buy better articles and as
low as Northern Ware A good assortment of TUBS,
in nests or by the single one; CHURNS of all sizes;
MILK PAILS; bra«s bound CANBand BUCKETS;
also, iron bound BUCKETS, Sealed MEASURES,
Ac, mc. Call at the old stand of
mb 11—lm* WM WILLIAMS.
ADAM'S EXPREBB COMPANY
Have removed their office to 202, Mala ft.,
above 10th, opposite Corinthian Hall. GOODS
called or and delivered PR KB of charge tor dray
-10 ts
Sparkling catawba wine.—lo
O cases genuine sparkling CATAWBA WINS, on
consignment and tor sale low. ____
mhl—tii E B COOK.
PAB SAVING REGDLATOBB —We
VI have on hand WHEELER A LITTLE'S GaS
BE •ULATORS, whieh hare superior advantages
over all other', and effects a savli>g in the consump
tion of gas of from 20 to 30 per cent.
0 D Y ALB A 00
mh 9—lra 130 Main,street
VJOTICE.—The proprietors of the COP
PER LIOHTNINQ BOD COMPANY hereby
five notice that they hare appointed CHAKLEdD
YALE k CO., No. 130 Main street, Richmond,agenta
for the sale of these celebrated conductors
JS. E. LIS * SON,
mh 30—dim Proprietor*.
t?OR KIDNEY AND BLADDER AF
r PKOTIONS.—HABTBHOENIt'SURKATBUCHU
COMPOUND, for the rapid care of all Kidney and
Bladder Complaints. This Concentrated Compound
Extract of Hnchn la the best Remedy In the World
lor all Diaeaaea or Complaints of the Bladder. Kid
neys, Dropsy, 0 ravel, Q leets, or whites.
Urinary Complaint*. Obstructing. and all Pisnsits
and Weaknesses of the Paxual Organ*, whether of a
constitutional origin, or from any other cause, of
long or short duration.
It is prepared by a Chemist, containing no Mer
cury, and Is pronounced by medical men to be not
only the bust, but the cheapest Buchu Com pound in
the world Persons who have suffered for years and
could scarcely walk, have bees cured by using om
fW*. »-a»
v wiiiiy CAmpg.
r*lfT DRUG STORE-—CHAB.B. DAW-
V §o*. Whotonto tad wnw
Main *nd 15tb street*, has »t*•'
receiving weekly p«r steamer, a '»[< e »" d
lac tod •lock of Wd fraah And pan:
Perfumes; Brmbes of all description*
Brown Windsor Soap, *«,
Lewis' Pore Lead; Llnaeed Otl
Color* ground in Oil
Window Glass; Putty; Maddar
Indigo: Quinine; Segara
fancy 8oav«; Una Teas only
Matches, Ac.
Bailable tor eountry trade, file retail department
Is complete in alt iU varied branches.
Manufacturer of the celebrated D'Oraay Cologne.
Sampson, 6c. J*
\X7M. BATTLER & CO.,
»* IMPORTIKfI ANf> DFALKRS I*
OILS, PAINTS, VARNISHES AND WINDOW
GLASS.
BRUSHES.—Wa received l>r the late iteamer a
large supply of Painters' and Artlsta' Brnshes-of
superior quality, to which we call the attentionjif
ou r onutomere. fe 17
JUttiN «. UOttDUN & SON,
14th street, near the Kxchange Hotel,
Offer for sale a largo and foil assortment I RON;
conprisiug HWBUn'B, AMERICAN HAMMEKBu,
PJtttU HAMMKfcED. BNGLIsH AND ENGLISH
KEFINkD English, American. Ru«sia and iunia-1
tiou Russia She«-t Iron OiLVANI/BD BHItEr
IKON—Hoops,Band and Scroll Iron,reßned Plough
Iron and ' lougb Pla.es Also-Tia-platfi ofvarious
cizes tor Tinters and Manufacturers. 8H KETAND
BOLT COPPER. Sheet Zinc, Spelter ami the Metals
usually sold in this marnet ap I—ts
1869. aPrtlNtt QUOud.
FkOGGETT & AN DERBON—Dealers in
A-* Paper Hangings. Mattings, Oil C'lotbs, Curtain
Goods. Window ehades. Beds, Mattraases Ac, .cor
ner of Governor ar.d Franklin streets—llave re
ceived a large and well-selected stock for the Spring
Trade, to which they invite the attention of bu»ers,
intending to eff-r such inducements lo purchasers
fhtt great, bargains may be realised. We are also
prepared to execute Paper Hangiog and Upholster
ine in the city or country, promptly, by the nest
workmen ap 4-3 m
Wm. 0. Massie. I Hxnrt W. Smith
jy|ASBIE & ®Jgi IB8 i 0 N MERCHANTS,
LEAF AND MTMJFA<SURED TOBACCO..
n
WORES^
JOHN W. DAVIEB,
IKAOTICAL STONB CUTTER AND JSABOB,
Main street, between Bth and 9th its.,
Richmond, Va.
Monuments of any size or design, mada to ordar
of the best Italian or American Marble.
I respectfully Invite the attention of those In want,
torn? stock wh>ch is the largest and best finished
of MONUMENTB?TOMBS, HEAD MB
OSS and MANTTJSS, to be found ip the city.
First PreTiilums awarded by the Virginia Agrt
onitural Society, and Mechanics'lnstitute. s>36
L'AMILi r GROCERY
r \ AND LIQUOR STORE,
FRASKIIN. BITWiEN 15TH AND IfilH BTB.
The undersigned would respectfully call the atten
tion of families and others to the choice stock of
family groceries, wines and liquors,
which he warrants, as to quality and price, not to
be excelled by any other house in the city. Ail
orders promptly attended, aad Goods delivered in
any part ol the city Iree of < h /^ AVENAQHi
fe 9 Franklin at. above Ist Market.
gPRtNG IMPORTATIONS, 1859.
ARMSTRONG, CATOR A CO.,
IMPOR 'XRS AND JOBBSRB OF
RIBBONB, .dILL,I s' BRY, SILK GOODS, FRENCH
FLI'WKKS.RUCHiS
S r 'RAW lONNETS AND FLATS,
No. 237 Baltimore Street,
Bulvfeen CI arlesand Ilanover sts,
. BALTIMORE,
Offer asto<.k UNKQUALLED in the United States
in VARIKT IT and Cb KAPNE- J S. a 25—3 m*
0, H. CdALKLEY, Dealer in Leath
• er, Shoe Findings, Oil, Tanners' Tools. Ac.,
and Importer of French Calf Skins. 13th street, be
tween Main and Cary, lichmond. Va .is now m re
ceipt of a large and excellent stock of goods apper
taining to his business,to which he invites the atten
tiori of all in want, aathey will be sold Villi Y LOW
1859. a card. 1859.
OCR HTOCK WAS NEVKR MORE
COMPLETE AND bELECT,
and 'tis our intention to keep it so,
m h 28 THPS R PRICE A CO.
~~d7B. BKIcaVOSi», R. fIBSLIT Fill
FRAKKUa JATTHIW9.
DRIDGFORD 4 CU, General Commis-
L/ g icn and Forwarding March ants, on the Cook,
Richmond. Ya.
f OUIB J. DOSS IE UX—
JLi Manufacturer of Double Refined
STEAM CANDIES,
and Wholesale Dealer in
DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN FRUITS,
FRENCH CANPIKS, CIGARS.
TOBACJO, Ac, Ac.
Five story Building, No 80 Mam street, opposite
Richardson A Co. >
fe 25—3tn RICHMOND. \ A.
jjjAEBLE WoRXS.
ROGERS &"3IILLEtt.
PRACTICAL MARB ». K MABO NB .
CORN2R OF 6TH AXD Jt.US BTS.
We respect'ully iuvite the attention of these in
want, to our stock on hand, which consists of the
largest and best finished assortment of Monuments,
Tombs, Head Pieces. Mantles, Ac , to be tonnd in
the city. Monn uents of any size or design, mode
to order, of the best quality, Italian or American
The only premium'ver awarded by the. Virginia
MecnanicJ Institute, on Marble work, awarded to
John T nogert. '' 25—
WORKS
JACOB VINCENT,
MANUFACTURER OF ITALIAN AND AMERI
CAN marble
JUOyUMESTS, TOMBS, HEAD PIECES, dc.,
Of every Style or Design.
The public are respectfully invited to call at my
Yard, between »th ami r,tn streets,on Main, aud ex
aminemv wjrk, which canaot be excelled by auy
other establishment North or South, which I will
sellas low as auy establishment in this city or
elsewhere. mh I—3m
fSONNAN & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Richmond, Va.,
Solicit consignments of Tobacco, Grain, and other
Produce, for which the best market prices will be
obtained.
Office on Virginia street, near Cary.
feß—dAw6m*
poftsT FARLEY & CO.,
*- GROCERS, COMMISSION AND
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
Nearly opposite the Columbian Hotel, Cary street
Richmond, Va
Special attention given to ths salo of TOBACCO,
WHKAT, and all kinds of PRODUCE, aud liberal
%dTancea made on consignments.
lIOH'D J Late of Pe ' er9 b'g.
HENRY e WILLIAMS, Late cf Norfolk,
ja 1 JAS B MARSHALL, Late of Petersburg.
TUAN PIZZINI,
J IMPORTER AND WHOLESALB
DEALER IN FOREIGN FRUITS AND
REFINED C iNDY MANUFACTURER,
Keeps always on band the largest and freshest
stock of Fruits, Nuts, Preserves, Ac, and continually
reoeiving by every steamer and sailing packet, an
additional supply. Call at the cheap store of
J DAN PIZZINI. No 128 Main st,
no 22 Richmond, va.
I G. BLACKFORD,
J • GENERAL FO.tWARDMiG AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
l'arkersburg, Va.
N W Va, A B & 0 R R.
RirißS TO
Satunel Ayres A San, 1
M Blair A Co, ! Richmond
J Stewart Walker, f Kienmona.
Barksdale A Read, J
Particular attention paid to forwarding manufac
tured TttßAt-CO. «h 24—cfim
pCSHINGS & BAILEY,
V./ PrBHSUBRS AW WHOLESALE CIALXRS 1*
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
No. 'Jti'J Baltimore street,
Wppo.ll. »i> Moßlt
Offer a full assortment of
SCHOOL,
CLASSICAL,
LAW. MEDICAL.
and MISCELLANEOUS
BOOKS.
They are prepared to execute orders for Libraries,
Oolleges and Schools'on the most favorable terms.
Their stock of STATIONERY embraces all its
branches, and contains a varied assortment,
i a 18—3 m*
TAMES D. BROWNE'B
J ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS.
9th street, next to the Mechanics' Institute.
Iron Railings, Verandahs, Balconies, Chairs, Set
tees, Ac; also. Grating, Vault and Cellar Doors, and
every other kind of Iron Work, for ornamental and
bnilding purposes, manufactured at short notice,
. Par titular attetion given to enclosing Burial
Lots in the city and country. ja 24—12 m
I7GGLEBTON & FITZQEEALD,
« GROCERS AND
COMMISSION MERCHANT?,
And Dealer* in Wines, Liquors, Ac,
No 14 Pearl street,
ns I—ta Richmond.
VIRGINIA SAVINGS BANK-CHAR
™ TERED BT THE LEGISLATORS Of VIR
GINIA—CAPITAL lUO.OOO DOLLARd!—Money ro
ccived on deposit, in sums oi five dollars and up
wards, on which interest the rate of # per centum
per annum is paid for sums remaining six months
or longer; for shorter periods, interest at the rate of
5 pur centum.
The whole jelnt stock bound for the depos its.
DeposlU rewind and certificates issued by the
Cashier. TB STARKE,at the store of E B B|&nce.
oornerof Main and tt< varnor stiL. Richmond. Va.
BAMUBL g OOTfEBLL, President.
mh a—3m C WAAaALLjSecretary.
1859 1^59
. CLARKSON. ANDERSON A CO..
Ao-106 Main Street, Michuumd, Virginia,
Impart** of Hardware, Cutlery, Onus. Anchor
Bolting Cloths, and Agents for Fairbanks justly
celebrated Sealss, are now In receipt of their spring
stock of Bualiah, Preach. Qarman and American
floods, to which they atk the attaatioa of sack «ttr
aud it to their advantage to examine tlwtr stock be
tor* purchasing n tt» w any outer K»rket 41
will not be HiMur r»M, i«
DIMOLUTION, mo.
no PABTMMBIP—n« nbMftbm
aa^w®
A ton. far the purpose «tf conducting a MOeral
GOAL and WOOD trade, but will gi»e apeciM
tton to »h« ANTH RJ. 'ITill 00 A L brat cb of the bu
siness. All orders will recaive personal and prompt
attention.
8 AMU EL P HAWBB,
8 II HAWBB
Office JBth street, south *i<t* of the Dock.
8 P HAWKS solicits fer the new firm,® oontlan
anoe of tbe liberal patronage extended to hlißMir
for sevrajjears part. ap i—at
DISSOLUTION" OF CO PARTNJSR
-BHIP.—The 00-Partnership of STKARNB A
THURSTON is this day dissolved.by mnlnaJcon
sent. FRANKLIN STEARNS will 'ettle np (he
outstanding bulne*. of
ap2-W PHIwr.AS THI'R&TON.
pcT-FAKIIiIKRBOIP NOTICE —I have
this day associated with me iu co-partnership
WM BBKST.of the late tirm of iiretter A Brent.—
The basinets will be conducted under the nrmot e
8T«X.«oo. JKJBf:
DirsuJiOriON or pabtm;bbhip.
The partnership of Archer A Co. Is this day
dissolved. Kither of the partners U authorised to
sign tbe name of th" Arm. in closioe np the bu'i-
H AHOrIKH,
B 8 ARCHER.
March 26,1359. "ih 2-.-dlm _
IBSuTUIION of paetWebhip —
The pftrtoership of Morris*, Tanner A Co. has
been dissolved to take effect on tbe first day of Jan
uary ISM). Kither partner is authorised to sign
the name of the firm .o settle its
JOHN I? TANNER,
mh 28-djm J R ANDERSON. _
TION OF COPAETNEE
XJ SHIP —The ce-partnersllip heretofore existing
between the undersigned, is this day dissolvedby
mutual consent. JAMEs P bUVAL has purchas
ed J H NOR CON'S entire Interest iu the late firm
of DUVAL A NOBTON, including debts due to the
said firm, and will pay all debts due by tbe said
firm JAMfcH P i;CVAL,
J HATLEY NOBTON.
March 17th, 1859.
jflT The undersigned will continue the
DRUG BUSINESS atthecld stand, and bopes, by
unremitting attention and increased facilities, to
enlarge his custom.
Qk 18 JAB P DU\ AI».
f^O-PARTNERSHIP.—We, the aub
v scribers, have associated ourselves together un
der the style of TURNER 4 GUY, for tbe purpose
of conducting the BRICK MAKING and LAYING
BUSINESS, in all its branches, and solicit a share
of patronage, plelging ourselves falthiuliy to txo
cnte all work entrusted to us. „„„„
GEO TURNER,
GiOFGUY.
Richmond, Jan Ist, 1859. roll 9—lin*
ISSOLUTION-—The partnership of
F McCABTHY A SON was dissolved on the
18th iDSt. by the death of JOHN U. MCCARTHY.
Those indebted to the Arm will please make im
mediate payment; aud those to whom tbej are in
debted, will present their acoountii to the surviving
partner. * McCAKTtiY.
Richmond, Jan 25. 1859. J* 3t>
t NOTICE —The
v/ undersigned have this day associated them
selves together under the firm and style of POTTS,
FARLEY A 00 . for the purpose of• conducting a
GROCERY, COMMISSION and FORWARDING
BUBIN ESS in Uie city of Richmond.
They have the new and spacious building,
twodoors above Sam'l Ayers 4 Son, and nearly op
posite the Columbian Hotel, on Cary street, where
they will keep constantly on hand a full aud com
plete stock of all such goods as are utuaily found
in the Grocery line, including Coffee. Sugars, Mo
lassos, Bacon, Liquors, 4c, 4c, 4c, to wi ich they
beg to call the attention of their friendsandthe trade
generally.
Special attention will be paid to the sale of all
kinds of Produce, on which iiboral advances will
be made. FRANK POTTS,
RICH'D G FARLEY,
HENRY 8 WILLIAMS,
JAS B MARSHALL..
Richmond, Jan Ist. 1859.
RICHMOND, January 1, 1859.
'"PHE UNDERSIGNED have this daj
A associated themselves together under the fitm
and style of JOHNSuN 4 TBCKHKAuT, for the
purpose of conducting a General Grocery, Commis
sion and Forwarding Business. They have taken
the large granite front house on Cary street, for
merly occupied by J.M. Conrad, second doorabeve
Virginia street.
They will always keep on hand tbe best assort
mont of Groceries, Liquors, 4c., which tfcjy will
furnish to tho trade at the lowest prices. By strict
attention to business they hope to receive a liberal
Bhare of patronage. B. J. JOHNSON,
Late of the firm of Ldbreli 4 Johnson.
BAT. TRUEHKART.
ja 4—ts Late of Danville, Va.
INSURANCE.
INSURANCE™
A ON THE LIVES OF
WHITE PERSONS
Can be obtained in the
INTERNATIONAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OF LONDON,
[Actual Capital, $2,500,000.1
Agency at tho Office of the Virginia Fire and Ma
rine Insurance Company, No 131 Main street. Rich
mond, Va.
Dr JNO S D CULLRN, Medical Examiner—Office
at the office of Drs Gibson and Cuilon, south side of
Franklin street, between fith aud 7th streets.
f« 2 —ts W L COWARDIN, Agent.
MANHATTAN
J-'A LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
NEW YORK.
CASH CAPITAL AND ACCUMULATION.
•700,000!!
Deposited with the Comptroller of State, for the 8e
eurity of all Policy-holders, lim.noo Dollars, which
canui>tb3 withdrawn until every policy is paid.
„ „ N D MORGAN, President.
C Y WKitPLX, Secretary.
"Tho practice of Life Iv-tranci, in any country
indicates a state ofsociety where high moral feeling
and commercial confidence exist "-—Jenkin Jotttt
J B MACMURDO. Agent.
dr 29— ►•m Richmond, va
EOAKDINGK
A GENTEEL FAMILY c%n be agreea
blv accommodated as Boarder* in a private
lamily, by applying at this oftic*. mh
XOHbTALL HUCJbJS,
ORAGHRAD STREET,
DANVILLE. VIRGINIA.
« Hh new fvrniture. and newly repaired, we as
sure visitors that noeflort> will be spam! 10 promote
their comfort, and we respectfully solicit a trial.
TheTUNSTALL HOUSE is also the STAGE OF
KICK, and our omnibuses trill always be in readi
ness to carry paasengers to and from the Depot.
A G WALTERS.)
J M WALKKR, .-Proprietors,
fe 11—lyd W T SIMMONS )
CANDIES, FRUITS, Ac —
The subscriber would most respectfully inform
country merchants he is still manufacturing, as he
has been for IT years past CANDiEA of the beat re
fined sugars. which he warrants to be equal to any
manufactured here or elsewhere He has. also the
n?ual variety of FRUITS, NUTS, PRESEKVES,
PICKLES, CIUARf, and a tine assortment of FAN
CY GOODS, all of which will be sold on the most
reasonable terms, w holt sale or retail.
JAMKS MOOR*,
mh 17—lm Opposite St. Charles Uati-I.
T UMBER —The subscriber begs leave
*** to inform his friends and the public generally,
that he has located a LUMBER YAtID on the cor
ner of 15th and Gary streets and intends keeping
a general assortment of both TOBAOOO B«iX
BOaRDS and VIRGINIA LUMBER for building
purposi s. and respectfully solicits a sbare of pub-i
lC mhil-lm' JAMES F GUNN. i
TRON ! BTEEL ! TIN I
1 SHEET IRON !
GILUAH * DtNLOP,
No 121 Sycamore Strut,
Vetersburg, VA.,
Importers and Dealers In Iron, Ac,
Invite the attention of railroads, merchants and
mauufactnrers, to their well assorted stock, com
prising—
English and Refined, best brands,
Sweedesand American Hammered, IRON
Round.Square and Flat Bars, all sizes,
Wide Plough Iron, A to 12 inches, IKON
Baud, Hoop and Scroll, all sizes.
Oval, Round, and all kinds of Car- IRON
riage.
Cast, Shoar, English and American Blister, Uer
«... man. Spring, and Round MachineßTEßL
TIN PtiATfcS, BAR and PIG LEAD and TIN
SHEET IRON, No 10 to 21
fe If.—3m
DELLEVUE HOSPITAL.—This Inatitu
kf tion, which has been in successful operation for
the last Ave years, is situated on
r ,9»™"p u HILL. RIO IMOND, VA.,
In a delightful, airy position and is furnished with
every convenience conducive to the comfort cf pa
tlents and the succesaful treatment of disea*
It has lately undergone oxteusive repairs. Raomi
have been nicely furnished suitable tothe acoom
modation of gentlemen wh v may find it inconva
treated at their private lodgings.
Particular attention will be paid to the lyin«-«a
word#, which are peculiarly commodious.
virus:
(P»WaN< on th 4 removal of the AM.)
White patlento, par weak...... 'j$
Colored do. - "T
Private Roomsj •« $7 to $13
M 9" City acceptances required for patleaUfroa,
the where the parties are knows to
one of the> Physicians of the Hospital.
This includes all charges for Board.Medical attend
*nce, Nursing aud Medicine. By an arraiigemcßt
with the Infirmary of the Medical College, a small
additional fee, ranging from $3 to $30. will be charg
ed for Surgical cases. The particular sum may bt
ascertained beforehand by application to oae of tbe
attending Ph> jicians.
No small pox admitted.
No patient received for leas than a week.
The undersigned will give tkelr pareoaal attan
tion to all patients placed in tfiair Hospital.
"■awaw.-t,
fc SsKltiS33 , iSfJf^
Bvlvin's New Building, 13th si, between Main
0. A. CRENgHAW.MMa," 0
fcew Building, Pranklin street, next deor to State
Nl * ol,> *D- ***** vSmßk
t> BMOVAL. — Mrs. 0. J. ALLBN In
t^el®pg
Iw» mp> nil—Maa. *
r pAE.—*o bbl«fft» t is prist offer, for
<* ' 7 HDWJJI WO*fUAH * Cu.
iKWBOWt, MtltiltefcSt* |
BSa— p HPKtIAL
mh 24
RSIO—B AC(« ODAIioS
PWPffW^ii^^WrrßAiw-cHA!»QI nv
BO L) He -OB aud alter April lt». the AccomnoJL
tion Train of tbis Company will ruodatty
excepted,) between Ml ford and Pi'hm«i»d I-/,
in> at ft i(t AM. stopping at AMi : aodinr
Breakfast and arrive in Richmond at 845 A M iu.
Inmhtgwillleava Richmond atio'chx.k PH **a
nach Mllf»rd at A 20 p M. ««r«,*od
tar f ARB the Mine aa omthe Mail Trains
BAUfcUt. HUTU. Sup't Tr»B»
Office R F and P R RC<>, 1 * a«.
Richmond Marrh yi.l.iVi./
BCtq—MP CHANGE Of'
MSsKmi SCHEDULE.
SUMMER MBANGiMEXT.
UICHMOXU »«dF*S VJLLK RAIL-
On and after Monday, March 2*, the M.o
and Pasatnger Trains on tnis road whl rua as foj.
loare Rkhmocd daily (Sundays lnrlurl«d) at
A M, for Junction, Lynchburg Bnstr.t Rdoi.
vllle, Dalton, Chattanooga, Nashville ah* *» m .
phis, Tenn, Atlanta, Ha, and Montgomery, Ala —
And daily (except Sunday) for the Junction at IY.
P M. alter the arrival of the Northern train*-
Leave Bichmond da«ly (except Bunday») for Dan
ville, Va, and Greensboro', N O, at 5 30 A M.
RKTIRNINO,
Lea»» JuPctlon (Burk's) daily (Sundays inclndrd)
at 2-U) A H, and arrive in Bkhrr.ond at 5 to A M —
l/eavr Danville daily, (except Sn»d*)t) at 7 Hi a
M. aud arrive in Richmond at 3 30 P M.
*U-Thi- atx>ve trains .Vrf/i with tb«
Scnth-Side railroad trains at tho to and
from the Southwest, and with ths Va CenUal sad
R F A Potomac railroad trains, to and from tbe
North.
Through tickets sold and baggage cherksd
thr< ugh to the above points; also, to the Virginia
Springs
For through tirkr!;, and further information, an
ply at. the t'ek-t fficeof tbe Richmond and r>si •
ville Railroad Company.
C CAM Pi: 2 LL, Bap't
Richmond and Danville B B oo,\
Richmond, March 2.'i. [ mh K
■ RICHMOND AND
RAILROAD.
THROUGH FREIGHTS BETWEEN BICHMOKD
ANi> NORTH CAROLINA-From the «h day of
March until th« Ist ol September next, tb« freizht
and accommodation trains en tbis road will ir»v«
Richmond mud Pet-rsbiirg n n MONDAY, WRDMRS.
DAY and FRIDAY, at 8 o'clock, A M. instead of 9
o'clock, as before.
Arrangements have been made by thi< Company
for the prompt and punctual forwarding and deiir
ery ol all Produce, Goods, or other articles of freiztu
designed Or tranipo'tation either way ■ betwtwn
Richmond and points betwt«n Petor»bur« and ha
leigh, Ridgway, Oreeusboro. Sslisbury. snd Char
lotte, North Car lina, at low r»te«, w/tbont n- r
charge for for war ling, storage, *c. All siicbsrtf
Cies sent In Richmond, should be consigned and
plainly marked, 'To the care of tbe Freight As.nt of
tho Richmond and Petersburg Railroad at Peters,
burg," by whom they will b- prom pi I y'f, awarded
As to the rates of tolls on tbe Roadi smith of
frsburg, which they require to be prepaid as (ar
as Raleigh, information may he hat at ihi-bvoot
of this Ccmpany at Richmond
T H WYNNE, gnpt
Office R 4 P R R Co.) v
March 7.1659. J mh »— ts
VIBQINIA AND
KNNESSEK P.AII.hOAP.
nebburg d«ily at 12 sj p,
Lyhcbburg to the toikiw-
Lsm •» VIRGINIA AND
EAII.hOAP.
Passenger J rsim Ifuve L;. ucf.burg d«ily at 12SJP,
>1. 'i faronch Tickets from Ly hchburg to the follow
ing named places:
Knoxvi'le *M H> I Nashville fy. n
Dalton IS 60 Montgomery »35
Chattanooga 20 Id I Uranu Junction 39 Mt
Atlanta. 21 60 I Memphis an U)
liunfsville 24 15 | New Orltan* 44 ho
Freight Trsirs leave Lynchburg daily (yundari
excepted) at 430 A M.
Freight transported through from Lynchburg to
tho fol'owiug natmd places, at the following lamtd
rates per 100 pounds.
Ist Class. 2i Clnss. 3d Cl»n.
Knoxville $0 90 $0 73 $U 57
Daiton and (Jbatta
nrtoga 92)£ 74 59
Nashville 1 25 1 no *n
Tuseumbia,...... 1 3a 1 oy g7
Memphis. 1 55 1 24 I 00
K H GILL,
General Bnp«rint»nd»nt.
Lynchbnrg, March 4th. 1859 mh 4-3tn
VIRGINIA CEN-
RAILROAD — FOB
THK iNUHrU.
FAKE REDUCED.
To Philadelphia. ...............96 W
and
New York - U 50
Trains ie*voKicbmond twice daily (Punday nights
oxcepted) viz ,at 640 A. M.. and 7 30, P. M
Through tickets soid to all important points we«t
Passengers for Alexandr a, vV-»sbington, Balti
s ore, Philadelphia, i>ew Yo'K, and all part* of the
West, by taking tbig Trait; will avoid tbe trouble
and annoyance of changing cars between Rich
mond and A lexandria, as the cars go directly through
to Alexandria; they are fitted np with the most im
proved Night rioats, thus enabling passengers to
avoid tbe loss of sleep.
Baggqge checked through, aud Through Tickets
sold to the above named places an** all important
points in the West. WM F ADt'OCK.
Ticket Agent.
Office Va Central Railroad,\
Feb. 10th. 1858. J fe 10
LOTTERIES .
gPA ACADE MY" LOTTE RTE i 7"
(AUTHORIZED BY THE STATE OF GEORGIA.)
TO Hi
DRAWN AT AllwUaTA, GEORGIA.
TO TIIE PUBLIC.—As the members of jnr firm
huve. by way of purchase, ben.me the owiiiri
ot tlie grants chartered by the eta'ci of Dela
war-. Kentucky, Missouri, and pad of those in
Goorgia, under the management ot Messrs Orcgory
A Maury, o! Wilmington. D-lawarit, we have deem
ed it expedient to change the n»m»ot «<ur hrn
after January Ist, I*W, to that of WOOD, IDIY
<4 CO., who will have the managtxaen* of the Sparta
Academy Lottery .and the others a* above namtd.
We haveendeavored to conUnc onr business with
Integrity, and we can as-uie the public that the
patronage heretofore bestowed on us is well destn
>ng of being transferred to onr successors, WOOb,
EDDY A 00- Very respectfully,
_ S bWAN k CO.
SEW AND SPLENDID SCUE ME ,
l'ne following Sctieni" will te dravm p» WOOD,
EDDY A CO., ( Successors to ? Swas k Co J Man
aaers of the SPARTA ACADEMY L»>ITKRY. of
Georgia. at Augusts, G» ,in public,as folio**:
Ol>AbS I*> draws on eATURDAY. sprii *h, laW.
CLASS 1., draws on SATURDAY, Ap.il Mb, l«.
CLASS 17 draws on SATURDAY, April 23d, 1«*
CLASS is draws on SATURDAY. Aprd r>»th, HSf. ,
Jo UF. DBA II'A OS THE FLAX OF &IXGLI
riVB thousand" FOUR HUNDRBDASJ)
JITGHTY-FIVK PRIZES!
50,030 TICK T' !
Netriv one Prut to every Afate TicktU /
MOST SITVBH SVUEMtI.
1 prize ol $50, UK) 1 Prize 0t..11, 1,41
l do 20.00U 50 Prizes ot.. ...... *•
I do UI,U» 100 do ..... «*i
1 do 5<M) WO do **>
I do 4,W0 100 do .. l- v
i Co »'» do 1»)
APPROXIMATION IBIZM.
4 prizes ot $4uu, approximating to $an,oQa
prize, are •« •*'
4 prizes of $3<>o. approximating to $30,(W>
prize, are l.«* w
4 prizes of $250, approximating to $10,000
prize, are .
4 prlzoa of $225, approximating to $9,000 i
prize,are .....
4 prizes of $200, approximating to $4,u00
prize, are *°
4 prizes of $150, approximating to $3,(00
prise, are * 0
4 prizes of $100, approximating to $1
&T0 **"
SOOt prizes of $20 are lOC/n'
5.455 prizes, amoontlM to . .**?•!!!*
whole Tickets $10; Halves $5; Quarters H ».
Eighths $1 ( » AN 01 , THE LorTKRY .
The numbers from 1 to a» 000. correspondiag w»'h
thos's numbers on the Ticket*, p'tntwd on •ep* l "*"
slips of paper, are encircled wita «n*U tin uids*.
and pl*ctd in one wheel , ._ .
The first 4i7 Pri/.ss, similarly priat«d and encir
cled, are placed iu another wheel (4
The wheels are then revolved, and,a aomt-ww
drnwja from the wheel of N umht ri. and at the sa-fe
time a Pnz» is drawn from the other wheel , 0
> uruber aud Pmj drawn oat Me a»J ex
h'bited to the audit nee. and registered by the ub
luissi' cers, the PrU- being plac.si
tier rfrawn The operatic is repealed on til all in®
Prl/.-s aro drawn cut , rmrtin,- aid
Ai-PBoxt*AtloJ» PRltts.-The two pT«edi»« » a#
the two succeeding Nnml<«rs to these aiaw.J*
first 7 r-,73* will be entitledl to the 3» » ro plf
tion Pri/.-*, according to the Bchsase.
If Ticket Number 11250 draws tlw'#*&*
Tickets numbered UI4S.IUM». t»l.
b- entitled to $4H» »f Ticket »oS4«'draws w
$3!l,uM> Prize those nnmbered M ■
V>2 will each be entitled to $3 .0, and soouaccoWiag
to the above tcheme. h . ih«
The 5.1 W Prizes of $T0 will be detertniaw
last figure of the Number that draws lb- »>.»
Pr're For example :if the h umber
Pri«» ends wlih Nw 1. tbeu all the T*
a here tbe Number ends to I w«ll be enlltlt^ il
If the number ends with Not, then ail Ue tk
w here the N umber ends in 2 will be entitled W »w.
and soon too _ , .
ay Remember that every Price's draws
•lie In full without deduction.
«-The Managers' Printed C^rttßj^feew/ff"
g»> of 111 tickets wt.lbe sola at the *»**»•
which Is the riak: m
Certificate of package of I® whole *3
•• Mhalf " m
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