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WEDNEWI)AT|MOIWINO. .MARCH *l *•».
Aa Abiktih RAVK Staki.b —The New York
correapondetbt of the tin*ton -'Journal" d*.
scrisea as follow* an institution w-ttichha* in
truded itaelf npon tits aacred precincts of
"op-tows:"
"la the woold-be aristocratic region of
Twenty-third street, which lay* alone-aide ol
Madison Square, lhe famed reaidence of 'Miss
KLira McFiirnajr.' on tb.* corner of which ia
the equally famed • Fifth Avenue Hotel,' is an
establishment not so aristocratic or*o aromat
ic aa roiichi he. His no less than a hospital
for lame anil slek horses, with stabling ar.d all
the arrangement intended to make it equal to
the famed florae Co lieges ol London and
Paris. A t. scant lot of land near Sixth Avenue
was seen by the quick eye of Tremlet, the
builder.
"The epot was seized at once, and before any
one knew what the place was to la* used tor,
the whole building was completed. So amid
palatial residence*, in one of the widest and
moal desirable atreet* for a residence in our
city, amid elegant churches and sumptuous
abort?*, this stable stands. The exterior doe*
no discredit toils Eycau.m, and Wit—le it is one
of the most elegant stables in the laud. It is
a* clean a* clean can tn*. The Stall* and BOSS*
in the basement are for sick horse-, mid elecntit
stall* are above for livery horses and t»OM OS
board. Hot and cold water comes into all
'"The manger is divided late three apart
ments—one for water, of which there is a sup
tily constantly : one for grain, and one for hay ;
And no rack is attached to the stalls. The
ls'ddi'ig la removed each day. dried in a closet
heated with hot air, and replaced at night iv
ihe stall. Ami hundred* of poor mortals
would be glad to have such ati abode. In the
<eliar i-a large furnace, by which the whole
■table I* seated. A room for the treatment of
horses and a dissecting room is seen in the
rear. Over tbe a table is a chapel, quite ele
gaatly Itted up, in whkch lectures on horse
olecr are to be given.
'•The shoeing of the horses is among the
novel tie-connected with this concern. Tire
•Roe* an* made in the building. Tbey have no
heel and BO tee corks, nnd on irial on the pave
ment in Broadway are said to work in a supe
rior manner: and the number of nails iv each
sb.ie ii* but seven. The name of this institu
tion is *The Veterinary College Institute,'and
ibe head of it and manager is an English gen
tleman called .lohn Campbell Hals ton, with ti.
ties enough t.»cover the side ot a small chapel.
Hut John Tremlet, the builder, has a great in
terest iv the concern."
I.orii Uroi'oham.—The Scotsman rays :—
A very significant compliment to Mr. Glad
stone's oratory, and a very striking incident
in itself, appears nut to have been marked by
our London cotemporaries. We mean the
presence of Lord Ifrotigbam wi'hin the walls
of the Koarse of Commons for the first time
•ttiriiig very nearly thirty years— that is, since
Re—aft It is IS3O to become Lord Chancellor.
It is pretty well known that L-o'd Brougham
left the House of Commons, to preside over
the House of Lords, with the utmost pain and
reluctance—tbat his own most earnest desire
was not to accept any ollice which necessitated
the abdication of—imposition as a member for
Yerltsfclra, B—d that he tooka position nominal
ly and tunlarly higheronly at themost urgent
satreat** and virtual command of his party.
Since bis removal be has never once been
known to enter as auditor within those walls
which had so often echoed with bis eloquence.
On Friday night, lor the first lime, he over
came ibis remarkable reluctance, and then,
too, for the first time it is understood, he heard
the man who now occupies the position he
himsell so long held uu —vailed and nndinpst
. I—the greatest orator iv the British House of
AJjm—.oni.
Wkai.th op o—o Homakh.—According to
Cicero the OebtJ? of A. Milo amounted to above
St—',000,000; Julius Cu'sa:r, when settles out
for Spain, is reported to have said himself, that
he was !*iii,<KK,,iion worse than nothing. When
he first entered Home, after crossing ihe Kubi
cuti, he took from the public treasury i?..,5(,(i,
---1)00, but at the end of the eitil war put over
•MX*—l,ooo in if. He jinrchased the (Headship
of Curio with a bribe of over 9_J9o9fiOO t and of
the Consul L. Patilus, with half that sum.—
Crksbtts was worth in real estate, over *5>,i>00,
---inHi. ami about as much in money, furniture
and slaves. Seneca was worth over VW,Ot*o,ooo.
Leutulus, the augur, over S!i>,<riit , ,tKK'. Attgu -
tvs raised by the testaments of his friend*
nearly *ildl,oOO,olKi. Tiberius left at his death
nearly i_t9,Q(lU,t}oQ, which Caligula spent in
less tiHUB one year; aud Vespasian at his suc
cession said that he required for the support
of tbe State over «l,*l I.oixi.oiiO. Nevertheless,
though irr-aily enriched by her conquest--, im
perial Rome never came into the full in
fieritance of the chief wealth of the East, and
the larger quantity of the precious metals
must have remained excluded from the calcu
lations ot ancient historians.
Siti'oskn Qasb Ob* Puisomimj bt a Wife
ami HHii Pakamoi v.—The Manchester (N.
11.) paper.-- Mate that the body or Stephen
ll.ali-y, wh.i (lii'il quiie suddenly in An tin in
last week, has lieen disinterred for examina
na n, lo ascertain if he came to his death by
poison. It appears that Ilea ley died without
S |ihvsiciau bciilg sent for. or any notice to tbe
neighbors, only Mrs. Henley and Richardson
being present. They have for some time been
inspected of 100 great an intimacy, they being
chici minirnersa mouth before etßk—ardsoa's
wife's funeral. It has been ascertained by the
Select men of Auburn that Richardson pur
chased twenty grains of strychnine at a drag
store in Manchester on the day previous to
Ilealey's death. In fact, he admits the pur
chase, but says he bsastat it tor his niece. There
are oilier facts that give a suspicious look to
tbe transaction.
THE "DISPATCH" STEAM
»•-_- P OWES
P RI N T I N < ' O P KICK,
Cornir of Main and Thirteenth Streets, Richmond,
V irfin in.
Thi* Retahiiahistent, (being the most complete
i'ritit.ry in the South, both aa retard* Type*, Or
nament*, Ac, and the —test am! most approved
Machine Presses,) is daily turn.bag out the finest
"*™Boo_ AND JOB PRINTING,
SUCH AS
PAMPHLETS. CIRCULARS, BILLS OK LA
DING, CHECKS, Ac,
POSTER . PROGRAMMES k HANDBILLS.
Particular attention fivea to fine work for Basks,
Public Office*, Insurance. Railroad, and Transpor
tation Compsaie*. Tobacco Factor*. Ac
THE DISPATCH CARD PRESSES.
These new Machines, for Card*:, Hill Heads.
Small Circulars, Label*, Ac, are capable of tsrn
m_ off UOU impression* per hour, Uteres* onaliling
f!ie pat i..us of this establishment to obtain tins
description of work at flic shortest possible notice.
Hi—, Prices reduced in proportion to the increase
Of BB**d .'
Xf\, i'nntinr*, in various colored BRONZES and
INR.S, executed in Hie lu-.hest st}leot the art.—
In this branch of tho businesa, the proprietor* can
«afe!\ challenge competition.
____- ••
DIRECT IMPORTATION'S!
IRON AND STEEL WAREHOUSE,
(No. 131 Syca—okb Sthkkt.i I
, Petersburg. Vireinia.
GILLIAM A DUNLOP invite the attention ol
wholesale dealers, manufacturers and railwsvs tv
their v/etl assorted atock of IRON and STEEL,
comprism*
I Swedes, Hammered, Refined, Enrlish,
IKON. (Ovala and Climate, Horse Shoe, Hoop
'•md Band.
ktki.'i > Oast* Herman, Machine, Spring, En
nn.i.u. ),;•„,_ __,'*■*„_,,_ Blister
NAIL RODS, SHEET IRON, PIG and BAR
LEAH.
i„ii>or'.ne direct and dealing exclusively in met
nl, they leel confident o! |IVIB_; aatiafaction and
respc■•lu'ijr *ottcit a call. fe It—d3m
GRO' 'CRIES, WIJER. LIU I OR 4 *, AND
TEAS.
WINSTON it, POWERS,
Cornerjtf Cary and Pearl Sis., leading to Mayo's
lit idge.
Keep er»ns*ant!v on band a large stock of the
saotoeet GROCERIES. Te AS. CHAMPAGNE,
and other WINKS; LONDON UOCK, and other
Kgr* BRAN DIES; PURE RYE and other fine
VI iiibKK*i S, all of which they warrant to please
the moat f_mdton* aonnoi—ar. fe _I—3m
IY_H**_** HRFINIUISTEAMCA.RIMKS.
-a-** Ml l-a.-tory i* now complete, and by far the
laraeat eatabhaiunent of the kind South of Phils-
VIRG_M__ ena,>le ** lne *° o '' ,Jr to ttae trltde of
'NORTH CAROLINA
_._. .. and TENNESSEE,
Maiaetb* ctty rrocera, an article of city-made,
meaui-Rehtied Crushed Sugar Candy, warranted
to atatid in any climate, much below the Northern
price tor an article of like atandard.
Call and examine it at my Factory. No. 80 Main
*treet.__ Imh IT-lOt) LOUIS J. BOSSIKUx.
|| ICHMOMO FERTILIZER *RARIJKA«j:
?£im^92__te_®&
_mws^&__o^
mmKii^m.&'v^_vy
rant tenuino and good -adapted to wheat, corii
oata, tobacco and cotton. * co^u •
For*ale by Meaara. WOMBLR ACLAIBORNK
-riß'i,A-R^TT M -^ AYWK 'SSSff
•"AMBFAcxiiiM-tt. vi*:
Fiat Ground BONK DI ST.
Ammoniated BUPJCR PHOSPHATE of LIME.
Improved MANIPULATED GUANO. * L,l * ur ''
Prepared by S. HaBTBAX, General Ajent. and
for ssfi by BACON A BaS_E_VILL.
t* »—_ii
&&&Tttn_&&^l&
ror toe U)*t i-araaias _nDr* Good*, call at
■TO2 ->COaA. LEVVR, 1* Matu ...
£S«£
SPECIAL NOTICES j
• *********t , **_C'T**f.'s__"';—;t*o*iur! ■ i»",»»**m.iii'ii i .» . ..■'■'.
«r*sd.-'*KMPLR'S '
I»7-_fl!.VJu-JS* 1 .? POWDER, the cheape.t
ann hssa-s-tieteftwirmkm; LoaT Btead. Btaeuit*.
v***Z\ __*,%)_ __>>*_Cmkam, Psatrr. Ac. JOHN
w OAKLIth, Manufacturer and Sole Propne- j
tor. Market Place. Franklin at. For «a'.e by all
Dm a. a tat* and Grocers.
*'l have iir aoincvnontb* used in my family Sew
pie a jtiatly celebrated Baking Powders, and Uke.
Pleaaure in rec<>nim*_rtin« them to all families aa
the vcr» beat article I have ever tried for making
[if ht. sweet, spoil try bread. There ia no excuse Tor
bad bread when Hemple'a Powders are used.
'* Respectfully, .T. Rtc hard Lbwem.ks.
_ 44 Petersburg, July .10.18f»*>."
SR. All the world St PfSfe*
NO MORE BARRELS
SAVE THE PIECES.
Then call at
JAS H. PEARCE A CO.'S new Drun Store, cor
ner of 9th and Broad streets, tet a Imllle of NEGA
TIVE GLUE CEMENT, use a* directed, and le
aatisfied that the " Uimtn" can be preserved.
inhS—lm
__,Itrar,
HEAR.
THE FEMALES
OF THE UNITED STATES
Are. as a claaa, proverbtally feeble and unhealthy,
and while we may not hope for any change for tbe
j lietter. until there ia a better understanding of the
I lawa of health, we may. however, congratulate the
community on the introduction ol a remedy which
ha* proved itself of great value in relieving, and
often entirely, the *rnrral and nervous debility of
females—mrt mean
HAMPTON S VEGETABLE TINCTURE.
It is the great medicine for the sex.
Dr. Hampton Rays it is a great blessing to them,
*s thrrr «> not a its**** to wftiott they are subject
that 1t1r.,11 „,,- ruee.
The above extract, written hy a medical man,
will be corroborated by our rest known citizens,
who have seen thesffects of this Tincture on their
wives, dasgbtera and delicate children. Cough,
Rheumatism. Dyspepsia, Neuralgia, with numer
ous other diseases, are cured by it.
FEMALES AND CHILDREN.-Thia TINC
ru RE will lie found a great medicine for all then
■assess.
RV Call and get Pamphlets and ace curea.
Botd'.y-PUKCELL, LADD A CO., Richmond;
by Dr. COOKE. Fredericksburg: by all the Drjg-
Sists in Petersburg: by MORTIMER A MOW
BRA\ , Baltimore; and by Druggiata and Sliop
keepera everywhere. SI per bottle; six bottlea,
' 9b. Ie 27-dfccwta
BK. Congh*, < old*. Hoarseness, Ac—The
prevalence of the aliove complaints at tins season
has the efleot of bringing out a host of professedly
new specifics: and while some few may lie good;,
many are useless atH SOSBS even dangerous. To
prevent disappointment, the liest course to pursue
is to consult your family physician, or otherwise
use only sucii remedies as long public experience
has proved to I* safe and efficncious. Of this class
i* TVEER'S COMPOUND BVRUP OF GL'.M
ARABIC. the favorite prescription of
anemia:***. paytueiaa.it aooabsoaaas a popular
fiimilv Daedicise, and without advertising, has
etViitinued to enjoy a growing reputation for the
last twenty years. In all recent cases it acts like
a chama; and in chronic cases. Bronchitis, Hoop
ing Coach, Croup, Asthma. Ac. it is used with
an paralleled success.as must families will testify.
Sold In Eisher A Winston. Meade A Baker. A.
Bodsker. Ac . st 25 cents per bottle, and in an ele
gant and pleasant Lozenge form 12** and 25 cent*
per box. Prepared by J. BALMEK, Pharmaceu
tist, Baltimore, Md. fe 4-3 m*
*t_, Burnett** "Superior Extracts, forSavsv
ingCCSTARDS. PIES. BLANC MANGE, ICE
CREAMS. JELLIES, SAUCES, Ac, Ac. (pre
pared from Fruits of tiie best quality, and highly
concentrated.)
The attention of Confectioners. Hotel Keepers
and Families, is rsepectfaUy invited to the above
named Extracts. They have ,i!l the freshness and
Bavor of the delicate fruits from which they are
prepared, and are lets expensive, 'fry them.
Sold at wholesale by JAS P. DUVAL. FISHER
A W [NSTON and Wi, L. WARING, and at retail
by traders generally. fe _—3in*
KVKidney and Bladder lomplaiiit*.— The
newest and most important discovery for Kidney,
BiaddcrCotnplaints. Urinary Obstructions, Lesser
rhoea. or Whites. Sexual Weaknesses, Physical
Prostration and Debility of either sex, ia HARTS
HORNE'S BUCHU COMPOUND.
Parsons who have been unable to walk, have soon
been relieved by this powerful COMPOUND. It ia
prepared!, a Chemist, and is pronounced by medi
cal men and those who have used it, to be the best )
BUCHU COM POUND in the world. Large bottle*
•Jl; email bottle* 60 cents. Afresh supply just re
ceived by FISHER A WINSTON, Druggists.
je 14—12 m Main street, Richmond.
_■*_. I'lanetfs Hitter-.. — This Celebrate
Tonic lias lieen us»d sucessfuUy for the last twelve
years i„ e;„es ot indigestion, Flattflcnc*., Gen
eral Debility,Nervom me**, Seasickness. Ac, Ac.
They create a healthy action throughout the
body, restore the appetite, equalize the circula
tion, give tone and energy to the si stem, and
create a power of resistance to disease rarely ob
tained.
PLANF.TT'S BITTERS
Arc purely Vegetable, aud adapted to all ages and
condition*; are for sale by FISHER A WIN
STON,sad by Grocers and Druggists generally.
Depot No. 211 Pe-irl sireet. N. V.
FISHER A WINSTON, Druggists,
fe 11-3ni No. 125 Main st.. Richmond.
**_, Notice.••To the sick, afflicted and numer
ous lamilies who have heretofore used Dr. J. S.
ROSE'S MEDICINES, always with the most un
bounded happy results, that some unprincipled
persons have circulated an mutation. The Doctor
BBS lieen compelled to change the wrapper, which
is plain without any figures, and his written signa
ture is over the cork of every bottle of the genuine
Medicines, ao that tlie public can again obtain
thoiic reine.ties which have suited their yvants and
relieved their sufferings.
DR. J. S. ROSE'S COUGH SYRUP, for coughs
and disease* of the lung* i* the standard remedy.
Ihe PAIN CURES lor pains, rheumatism, oholic,
»pra;ns „r bruises, and tlie DYSPEPTIC COM
POUN D for dyspepsia and liver ci.iiiplaiuts.
Sold by Druggist* general'!, and by
WARNER L. WARING, 107 Broad st,
ia« —ly Richmond. Va.
Br_. Kn.klirid„c Alum Water. —Tlie water
obtained front thejustly celebrated ROCKBRIDG E
ALUM SPRING, can n* used at tins season with
great success. As an alterative, it ia unsurpass
cd. In cases of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint and
many other diseases, it is singularly efficacious,
and a* a strengthening tonic truiv valuable. For
sale by FISHER A WINSTON,
mh A— lm No. 125 Mum street, Sole Agents.
»%_. Hair Collins-.- TO THE CITIZENS AND
TR-NGERS VISITING THE CITY.-If you
wish to ret your Hair est in the latest and most
approved sty le. I would advise you to call on HOB
80N, at his Hair-Cutting, Shaving, Shampooing
?tnd Bathing Rooms, under the Amerttcan Hotel.
Entrance oa llf.li street.
N. B.—Gentlemen also can get their whiskers
and moustache changed from red, light, or grey, to
a most lieautiful blackor brown coliir.
Bvti. ins ol Art, and Portraits worth se
curing and keeping, are the PHOTOGRAPHS ol
every size, in oil and water colors, executed at t tie
Photographic and Fine Art Gallery of G. W. MIN
SIIS, 217 Main street. Small Daguerreotypes aud
Ainbrotypes copied and enlarged to life-size, if de
sired, and colored in oil colors, water colors, or
worked in Crayon. Also, AMBROTVPES anj
plain PHOTOGRAPHS executed in the highest
atyle of the art.
" PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
UIiORCE B. STEEL,
-*•*-__ DENTIST.
Office and Residence Southwest comer Main and
Sth sts., first ilmir above Crenshaw's New Hotel,
Richmond, Va..
Having an experience of ten years in his profes
sion, he feels continent of giving satisfaction to
those who may favor him with their patronage.
Mil ll am
_t*3***» THE I rVOF.RSIONEO HAVE
-_*^__ associated themselves in tlie practice of
MEDICINE and SE'RGERY.
nr*_ Office on Governor street at the residence
or Dr. COB WAV. .IAS. 11. CON WAV. M. IL,
mh 15-lm* PETER LYONS, M. D.
A IAIID. Dr. BROOCKS has re
twv-S- moved his office to Uth street, between
Main and Cary streets.
•Office hours from 8 to 9 A. .M.,and from 3 to 4
He has for sale privately, TEN LOTS, fronting
30 feet each-los Crane st and five on Broad st.,
just lieyond tlie Western line of me corporation.
Also, an experienced GARDENER, who under
stands tlie cultivation and management of flowers,
Ac ; and for rant, TWO SEATS in Paw No. IS in
St. Paul's Church.. mh 8 -lm
ARCHER •FiDKRKO*i.
*>o_* ATTORNEY AT LAW.
*A ill practice in the Courts field tn the city of
Richmond. Office, for the present, in Goddin's
Building. mh7—3in
rSt» ti. ML BROUX, M. I*., offers to the
iwv-_& citizen* ol Richmond and ita vicinity hia
profession.-.I services, in the practice of Medicine,
Obstetrics, and Surgery.
!_, Residence at the upper end of Marshall
street, formerly owned by Mra.Chevalhe—latterly
by A. R. Courtney, Esq.. mh I—dim*
JOHN S. CASH IE,
•*-__ ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Has removed hia office to No. % Law Building, near
the State Court House.
He practices in all the Courts held in the city of
Richmond and county of Henrico. fe it—it*
»*2-» LAWRENCE S. M A'RYE,
••*-__ ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Practice* in the Court* of the City of Richmond
and the Counties of Henrico, Hanover and Caro
line.
He i* also Notary Public and Commiaaioner of the
United Statce Court of Clainta.
The partnership between Mr. Ciiastaiji Whits
and bimaelt being dissolved, bia office ia now on
llth atreet. just lelow tjoddin'a Hall. fe 13-ly
HENRY HUONALI*.
•**- la ATTORNEY AT LAW
„„_. .... _ AND NOTARY PUBLIC,
mond! m Cwut * lMld in ta9 O • tJ, of * ich "
" th# C ° BBty " d
NXrT ° th * r dttii# " ™"* ***•" o**bot
•efecte-^^
rrsotisssfs all ta* Co.ru of uUJAVivffiS-S-i
i-_^R_Y i J.T^T^^
practice in tbs oity of Richmond and in the oosn
fiss of Cl_*t«i-fie_, Powhatan and Am*l,*T
••.Office iv Liale'a Build,nn, corner of Main and
Uth atreeta. ae n—ly
BUS-tr-SS WUHLI-l.
_m«*.i*_j"i ii"' '' ' " —-"*-"'-*•■'*"■■"-" iii'ihb
Tints street, opposite Columbia* Hotel,
Richmond, V*.
•_4*.JF J3»WABD*.ofKin«Willi*m,l
W. H HnwAiri, of York. , AsaiatanU,
W. M. Marshall, or Lunenburg, \
Guarantee to their friend* laithful attention to
all coß*i*nmenU, and order* for good* from pro
duce cuatomera. — ' •
Mr. F. V. SUTTON, Ja., is admitted to an in
tereat in our buaineaa.
le I-dUAcw*t MADDUX A CO.
E*Dtl*lN WORTHA*rI A I 0..
Lj GROCERS,COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
DEALERS IX IROX AND STEEL.
Solid cou*i«nment* of TOBACCO. WHEAT,
CORN. FLOUR. Ac, to the aale oi which Ell WIN
WORTH A .M will in ye bia personal attention.
B__ Advances made on conaienincnta.
BAGS fumiahed when required.
GREEN k DAVIS.
FRACTICAI.
O UANIT X C UTTK RS,
Sirth Street, near tke Armory. IliekMnnd, Va.
EVERY DESC RIFT ION OF
GRANITE WORK
Executed at short notice and in the beat manner.
mh 13—13 m
TOH N DI IKItl ON .
J COMMISSION MERCHANT.
AND DEALER IN DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN
EXCHANGE,
■svsTea, tkxas.
Collection* made and prompt remittances in
."ight-F'xchange at current rates, ou New York,
Boston, or New Orleans.
KKFKH TO
"Crescent City Hand,*' New Orlean*.
Messrs. BENNINGS * GOSLING, New York.
" PEARCKA BACON. Boston.
SAM'L M. FRICE k CO , Richmond,
mh 9—lm
Dlt RINSON, 111 LL fe t oT7
AUCTION ERB,
Still continue to SELL NEGROES, both publicly
and privately, for the very liu;heat market price.
st their old stand, on the corner of Wall and
Franklin streets. R. H. DICKINSON,
N. B. HILL,
fe6-dftew3m C. B. HILL.
ETTENGER _ ElMlO.Vll,
RICHMOND. VIRGINIA,
BUILDERS OF PORTABLr. ANIJ STATIONA
RY ENGINES, SAW MILLS, RAILROAD
WORKS. Ac,
STEAM FIRE ENGINES,
Of the most approved plan, and made in the very
best manner, warranted equal in every reapect to
any of tlie same sized Engines built either North
or west. ja36—3tn
T I MHER AT WHOLESALE AND RE
A—TAIL.—We always have on banda*! kinds of
VIRGINIA LIMBER and are in daily receiptor
various kinds and qualities, which we will sell at
wholesale anil retail on accommodating terms.
Special attention will be given to BILL LL'M-
I'Ei; of all kind.
I ja»)-:im _ PHILIPS ft COLEMAN.
\LAfi: .OOFINU.
I **» —
john g. McMillan,
| Who has had twenty-five years'experience in the
business, is prepared to put on SLATE ROOFS o.
every description, and with the liest materials, at
j sliort notice. Specimens of his work can lie seen
on application, and orders left at Ins office, on Main
street, near 9th. or at the office of Albert L.
Wm, Architect, Goddin's Hall, will lie promptly
attended to. oc 18--6 m*
MARBLE WOKRS."
JOHN wTDAVIES,
MARBLE MAS OX,
! MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. 9TH STREET,
RICHMOND VA..
MONUMENTS, TOMBS. HEAD PIECES:
MANTLES, FONTS, kc. ,
*B_L. First Premiums awarded by the Virgir.iaAg
ricultural Society and Mechanics Institute.
CARD.— Tliesuhscrilier takes this method of in
forming his friends and the public that he has ea
l_Mished himself as a MERCHANDIZE BROKER
AND GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT.
He will attend to the purchase and sale of Mer
cnandize generally also. Flour, Wheat, Corn, To
liacco, and all descriptions of Country Produce.
His special attention will he given to all business
entrusted to his care. From his long business
experience he hopes to meet with a lilieral share of
public patronage. He refers, by permission, to
Lewis Wnua, Esq., 1
Measra. Duxlop, Monctntß ft Co., I Richmo'd,
" KBKOBB, Dave:sport ft Co., j Va.
44 Bacon k Baskkrvii.*., j
44 BSYATtT,TIHSLKT ft Hou_—,{ _________
«** Branca ft Rkid, f -aitunore
44 Tw—U A Co., Philadelphia.
Thomas Monakan, Esq., New York-.
WM. S. ROYSTER,
Office cor. of Cary and Va. street*.
Richmond. Nov. Ist. 1889. no I—ts
BALTIMOBE ADVERTISEMENTS
BALTIMORE GLASS H'OKhS-
Beinc iv full operation with thtee lurnaces. we
arc prepared to execute all orders for WINDOW
GLASS, of all sizes, and of the favorite and well
known BRANDS that we have lieen manufacturing
for sixteen yeaia. viz :
BALTIMORE FIRST
CHESAPEAKE.
PATAPSCO AND
BOLTON
Also. GLASSWARE, of all KINDS and COLORS.
Wine Bottles, all kinds, I Pickle A Preserve Jars,
Porter Unities, Svrspft Cordial Bottlea,
Mineral Water Bottles, I Vials A Patent Medicine
Specie Jars, I Bottles. Private Mould
Flasks. Ware of alt kinds and
Demijohns. I Drilgirisfa* Glassware.
1M ' OXTERS, MAUFACTURER 8 AND
AGENTS
TRENCH WINDOW ANDPLATR GLASS,
Alum. I Roll brimstone. I Blue Vitro!,
Copperas, I Castile Soap, | Borax,
Epsom Salts. I Castor Oil. I Ext. Lovwood,
Bi Garb Soda, I Linseed Oil, | Glue, al! kinds.
Sal Soda. I White Lead. I Varnishes, do.,
Saleratus, French Zinc, Whiting, Putty,
Saltpetre, | Paints AColora. I Sand Paper, Ac.
BAKER. BROTHERS A CO., •
32 and .'(I South Charles St..
fe23—lm Baltimore. Md.
WHEELWRIGHT, -HJHGR — CO.,
»» COMMISSION PAPER WAREHOUSE,
Dealers in Printing, Writing, Blank Book, Hard
ware and Manilla !' APF.II S; Bookbinders'
LEATHER and CLOTH: Foreign and Domestic
RAGS; Bleaching POWDERS; ALUM, Ac. No.
II Hanover street, corner of German street,
ja2B-dtsm _ BALTIMORE. MD._
DISSOLUTIONS, &c.
C'o-IV\.tT**>*KK**ttll' NOTICE.—D. HAG
' ERTYand H.W.STARKE have associated
themselves together, under the stsle and firm of
HAGERTY A STARKE,No.JuOMain street, next
door to Adams A Co.'a Express office, for the pur
pose of eondttctin** the TIN, GAS-FIT TING,
PLUMBING,STOVE,RANGE, AND HOT AIR
FURNACE business. Also. BRASS AND BELL
FOUNDING, BRASS FINISHING, Ac.
We are now prepared to execute all orders en
trusted to our charge in either of the above
branches, in the very best manner, and In tirst
cla*i.s mechanics. We would especially call the at
tention of country merchants before purchasing,
as we feel confident (asour thick is entirely new,)
that we can give entire satisfaction.
We would also call tiie attention of the trade to I
our stock of BRASS WORK, for I'lumbers, Gas '
and Steam Fitters, which we are manufacturing
and selling at Northern prices.
Babbit Metal, Garrett's Patent Anti-Friction '
Metal. Antimony and Block Tin for sale.
Highest sash prices paid for OLD METALS.
_fe 17-d2m
r*o-P\RTNERSHIP.-JNO. M. WEST, of
Petersburg, and THOMAS JOHNSTON, of
Richmond, have tins day purchased of GEO. M.
WEST his entirestock of BOOKS and STATION
ERY, and will continue the business under the
name and style of WEST ft JOHNSTON, at the
old stand, 1_ Main street, and hope, by strict at
tention to business, to merit tlie patronage of their
friend* and the public, which has beea so liberally
bestowed upon the house of Gko. M. Wkst,
JNO. M. WEST.
THOMAS JOHNSTON.
Richmond, Feb. lat, 1860.
A Csrd.—ln retiring from the Book Trade, I
desire to return my thanks to the public, who have
ao generously sustained me, and 1 trust my succes
sors may receive the same encouragement.
fe l-ta GEO. M. WEST.
MR. H. BROWN EM.'S INTEREST IN
the firm of CLARKBON k ANDERSON
continues the same as it waa in the firm of Clark
eon, Anderson A Co.
CLARKSON A ANDERSON,
ja 2t—ta No. lot* Main street, Richmond.
fraUUHt- FERTILIZER,
V OR
S. McGRUDER'B SONS'
P HO SPHO- IE Ii V V IAX G UA XO.
We ofler for sale Fhospho-Peruviau Guano,
manufactured by ourselvea, and warranted ro con
tain EIGHT PER CENT. OF AMMONIA and
FORTY-FIVE to FIFTY PER CENT, of PHOS
PHATE OF LIME.
Price tio. cash, per ton of 2.000 pounds.
Havine been for many years lamely engaged ,n
tlie i.ua.no trade, and carefully observed and had
reported to us. by reliable practical farmers, tlie
result of experiments with nearly every variety of
guano, enables ns to furnish a fertilizer which we
With great confidence recommend, and believe to
lie much cheaper than the Peruvian, when used
alone.
The ingredients in thia preparation are the very
bear Peruvian and Phosphatio Guanos, selected
with great oare and by rigid analysis, ground to a
very fine powder, and thoroughly and intimately
mixed.
For TOBACCO, OATS and CORN, we do not
think this Fertilizer oan be excelled; and ita Wene
ficia! effects, in the improvement of the land, is
unquestionable.
We ahall also keep constant!y on hand a eupply
of fine GROUND BONE DUST.
S. McGR L'DER'S SONS,
fe Richmond.
GREASE A:\TRAITOR-For removing
paint, tar, waa, or any kind of grease, from all
kinds of ailk and woollen Dreaaea, aud lrom Broad
ciotha. Caaaimerea, Ac, without the alighteat inju
ry to the fa brio*.
Thia article has been used extensively through
out the country, and haa received the highest re
commendations, it also received tbe ailver medal
at the last Mechanics' Fair. It is made in this city,
and deaervea the patronage of ths South- To be
had of the principal Druggiata, and at my labora
tory, oorner Main and 10th eta.. Richmond, Va.
EDW'DT.FI-CH,
fa 18—3 m Analytical Chemtat.
VIRGINIA SAVINGS MANR...
Chartered by the Legislator* of rs.
_, CAPITAL-ai-MJUO!
_MONKY r*o*ived on depoait is sums of FIVE
DOLLARS ssil upward*, on wbieb intsrastst ths
rata of six psr *eatum par annum is paid for lumi
rentmining six months or longer; lor anartar pe
riod*, interact at th* rat* of • psr centum.
Th* whols joint atook bound for ths d*po*iU.
j^VTs^r^^.r.-of^.^
W*Bas, eousr of Mats aad Governor street*,
__*___W&£.
r°r* "^ V **L'»>S.-Hecl.er'. . ,r,na.n_~W#f-*
_»'}« Tanioca, Pearl BsVlsiToat
Was,', vFipseiirf —If CVea i lor * ii* t_r
fj - LM HOLD' »R ATRAC T IHHU,
" *I^V_l t) !"P!BI*TRACT BUCHU,
HELMBOLP _ EXTRACT BUCHU,
EXTRACT BUCHU
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU .
I Ths Grsat Diuretic. The Great Diuretic,
Tbe Grest Diuretic, The Great Diuretic,
The Great Dinretie, The Great Diuretic,
The <f reat Biuret's, The Great Diuretic,
A positive and apecifio remedy for diaease* oi tin
gadder. Kidney*, Gravel, Drop*y,
Bladder. Kidney*, Gravel, Dropay,
Bladder, Kidney*, Gravel, Dropay,
Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy,
AND ALL DISEASES OF THE
Sexual Organs, Sexual Organ*. Sexual Organa,
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT OF BUCHU
Ta a certain, aafe and speedy cure, from whatevei
cause they may have originated, and no matter of
How I..iii» Standing, How Loag Standing,
How Lone Standing, How bone Standing,
H°w Long Standing, How Long Standing.
It is taken Without Hindrance from Business, and
little if any change of diet,
la pleasant in ita taate and odor.
And imm 'diate in ita action.
. If yon are suflenus with any of the above distress
ing ailment*.
PROCURE THE REMEDY AT ONCE,
PROCURE THE REMEDY AT ONCE,
PROCURE THE REMEDY AT ONCE,
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
Aa a medicine which must benefit everybody, from
the simply delicate to the confined and despairing
invalid.
NO EQUAL IS TO BE FOUND.
NO EQUAL IS TO BE FOUND.
NO EQUAL IS TO BE POUND.
Price ..1 per bottle, or six for *.*.: delivered to
any address. Prepared by H. T. H ELMBOLD.
I Depot. MM South Tenth st„ below Chesnut,
For sale wholesale and retail by
FISHER A WINSTON,
Druggiata and Apothecaries,
jal7—ly 126 Main street.
D~ R. HOOFLAND S _I_U-_J* HITTERS
AW>
DR. HOOFLANDB BALSAMIC CORDIAL,
The great standard medicines of Ike present age,
have acquired their only through
years of trial. Unbounded satisfaction is
by them in all cists,and ihtptople havtpronounced
them worthy.
LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA. JAUN
DICE, b ZBIL ITY OF THE XER VOVS
SYSTEM. DISEASES OF
bTHE KIDNEYS, «
id all diseases arising from a disordered liver or
cakness of the stomach and digestive, organs, are
speedily and permanently eurtd by tht GERMAN
BITTERS.
The BALSAMIC CORDIAL has acquired artpu
tation surpassing that of any similar preparation
txtant. It will cure, without fail, the most st
vere and long standing
COUGH, COLD, OR HOARSEXESS, BRON
CHITIS, IXFLUEX'IA. CROUP, PNEU
MONIA, INCIPIENTCONS UMPTION,
and has performed the most mttmmiihamg curts tmtr
know* of
CONFIRMED CONSUMPTION!
A ftw dose* will also at once check and curt tk*
most severs DIARRH _ A proceeding from Cold is
These medicines are prepared by Dm. C. M. Jacx
«os A Co.. No. 118 Arch street, Philadtlphia, Pa.,
and are sold by druggists and dealers in medicine*
tverywhen, at 76 cents per bottle. The tiirnature of
C M. Jack-on will bt on tht outside wrapper of
each bottle.
In the Almanac published annually by tke pro
prietors called EvEßtaouv's Almanac, you will
And testimony ar.d commendatory notices from all
parts of ths country. Tnea Almanacs ar* gifts
mwayby all our agents.
PURCELL, LADD A CO.. Agent*.
jell—diowly Richmond. Va.
RLPTI REI'UREOFOR FIVE" DOLLARS
-DR. SHERMAN'S treat radical Cure Truss
can now be had for only five dollars. Every medi
cal man who has examined this instrument, pro
nounces it superior to all others. If d'-sired, we
will cheerfully refer to any of the very numerous
persons who have lieen tbOrossßlv cured by thia
Truss. Persons ownmn valuable slaves thus afllict
ed. should procure one, they lieing so durable, and
the cheapest in the end. We will sum! this Truss
to any part of the country bj Express or mail.
/or the Truss, or information concerning it. ad
dress C.C.JACKSON.
No. 17 Main street, Richmond, Va.
Persons not —lowing u3. c-in send their money to
any mere—ant o» friend in this city.
The Truss can be had also at .Messrs. M EA DE A
BAKj'K'S and MILLSPAUGH A JOHNSTON'S,
Druggiata. ______.
ft/I EMU AE CAR V.-Dr. PLUM Botes- his ser
i'L vicee to the public in thetreatmentof all secret
diseases. Twenty years' practice in the aiove
branch Rives Dr. P. a claim to public favor.—Office
on Franklin street, near the Exchange Hotel, and
third house below Trinity Church, same aide. Al
wavson hand, asunpl*. .if the "CHEMICAL EX
TRACT OF FLOWERS;" one of the very best
renovators forweaker.ea p;>rfs now known. Medi
cines sent, to order. All coin_nr_nation* by letter
orotherwise prontptlr attendei to. fciohmond. Va
1860. 18W.
GLNTEK. A.LVEV & AHENTS,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS,
Richmond, Va.
We would call the special attention of the mer
chants of Virginia and North Carolina visiting our
market thi*Spring, to our unusual large stock of
Foreign Goods si our importation, which ws will
oiler at as low prices as any house in the country ;
we enumerate in part:
WHITE GOODS, DRE*»S TRIMMINGS,
SILK GOODS. THREADS,
LINEN GOODS, FANCY' GOODS.
HOSIERY, BMALL WARES.
LACES. CENTS' FURNISHING
RIBBONS, HOODS, of all kinds.
SHAWLS.
We have also established a manufactory for
MANTILLAS. CLOAKS and Ladies' WRAP
PINGS generally, and will be prepared to exhibit
a lame variety of tliene Guods. of the newest styles
and patterns, made exclusively at inune. We so
licit an examination of our stock, being detev
ii ned ts i.tier every inducement to Southern bej
el* to make their purchases in our market.
______ GINTER, ALVEg A ARENTS.
\l/AI.SH'S t.t*i AVu PISTOL OKPOT.-
V_o UN 8, PISTOLS, FIBHING TACKLE,
SPORTING APPARATUS. WALKING CANE..
$ C -^~J A *- WALSH, manufacturer sn I importer of
RIFLES, GUNS, PISTOLS, Ac, invitee tile atten
tion of merchants aad sportsmen to ins extensive
and well-selected assortment of good* of every de
scription is tlie Ounnery line, which he will sell at
the lowest possible prices, and on tlie most accom
modating terms Coifs ceiebr>ited FIVE-SHOOT
ER, and every description of Fire-Arms kept con
stantly on hand.
Also. Ammunition. Percussion Caps, Ac.
He haa in store, also, a choice a;>sortiiient oi
CA.\ES, of vsrioua les and colors. !
He will repair ali kinds ol fire-arms neatly, quick
ly and substantially, mount canes, refit and repair
door and trunk locks at reasonable prices Call at
his store, No. 60 Mam street, Richmond, Va.
JAMES WALSH,
fe 21—lm Maker and Importer of Guns, Ac.
C 1101 hO E MILL RICH MO NO t; RO _N O
J*-* PLASTER.—The subscriber lias earnestly la
bored, for the pa-st four years, to exclude Northern
Ground Plaster, bj the establishment of a Home
Mill, ar.d supply ing an article superior to any re
ceived lrom the .North, .lint claims a perfect suc
cess. Ha heirs leave to return his „rateltil thanks
to his patrons, and asks to inform all interested
that be ha* completed his improvements that will
enable hia to supply any demand tbat may arise.
His stock of Lump is heavy, .< tiased upon the
enoriiiously increased use si a superior article,)
selected from tlie purest Windsor , Nova Scotia.)
quarries, with special reference to its richness in
Sulphate of Lime. The reputation of Ins brand
shall 4,e sustained at every effort and cost, and he
asks only an experimental trial of those who have !
' not made application of this valuable fertilizer.
JOHN R. CLAIBORNE, No. 11 Pearl at.
ja **— 3m
NO TICK —TO FA R"M~E Rf ~aJ*aTWE R~
- CHANTS WHO USE AND DEAL IN
GROUND PLASTER.-We would call your spe
cial attention to our stock, now in hand, of tlie
best WINDSOR SOFT BLUE PLASTER, pur
chased with special reference to the interest of ti.e
farmer and the trvie generally.
. From our long experience in the business, and mv-
IB*-Hourpersonal attention •scenic that every bar
rel is well coopered and in mind abippiaxorder.aad
tne I latter thoroughly pulvenzed--we hazard no
-111111.1 in saying that it will be to yosr interest to
give us a call. Farmers sending bags will he fur
nished at one dollar less per ton. A lilasral dis
count to the trade. References— Edmund. Daven
port A Co., Jas. T. Butler, and other merchants.
B__.Orders lelt in .-ur box at Robinson k Rob
erts, will be attended to.
J. A H. F. SHARP. Steam Plaster Mill,
jno— -6m* South aide of the Dock. Richmond.
K KITTING AM) SKWI!*tO MACHINES!
„ WILLCUX k GIBBS' celebrated SEWING
MACHINE, invented by J. E. A. GIBBS, of Mill
rpint, Pocahontas county, Va. Many of these
.Machines have l.cen sold recently in this city, all
of which give entire satisfaction. Tbeas wishing
B good LOW-PBiCBD, VVKI.I. MATIK, BKI.IAIH.K
.".iAciii.NK. are assured that the superior merits
claimed for it, can b* relied upon, and br general
use, is BBSsrpas**d. All interested should not
fail to ex-•.mine tins Machine before pun-lrising
elseyvhere. Price, froaa 99 to #60e—sb.
Likewise AIKEN'S FAMILY -NITTING MA
CHI*IE,i new arid invention for _rotting
hosiery of all kinds. For sale by
m DARBY A JOHNSON. Afrent*.
No. 13 Governor st., Richmond. Vs.
P. S.—Agents wantsd in Virginia. North Caro
lina and Tennessee. | fe 13—_in| D. A J.
V IROIN I A
BURNING AND LUBRICATING
Thegreat KANAWHA COAL
PANi.lcoiisisting of native citizens of our own
State, has appointed va Agents lor the aalelol
their
JUSTLY CELEBRATED
BURNING AND LUBRICATING
*a_ i_ r _ _ COAL OILS,
the quality of which is warranted pure and unadul
terated.
We invite the attention of apothecanea and
dealers throughout the State to our supply, whioh
will!« large, and aold by wholesale only, at the
lowest factory pricea.
_J» "-ts GOOCH A ECHOLS.
500£ A f KS G,I/r WIW-WW SHAOEft
________*_. •• J** on it an immense sacrifice, on
account of enlarging my store thia summer.
Also, Table and Floor OIL CLOTH; W large
gilt framed PARLOR PICTURES, different ace
__■*_~*_ "-'"tJißll their value. Call Boon, at the
estabhahea Window Shade and Dry Gooda Store
ol 0 M. GOLDEN, 230 Broad at.,
d _ Opposite the atore of i_uarlea A Sons.
."•**»•—l have no traveling ageau in this city or
elsewhere. Mb t»-3m
•POHAtVo BOX AND Bt ILOEK*»*
*_ . . LUMBER FOR HALE.
. Oak, H Button Wood and 1 inch OAK BOARDS,
aeasoned.
WHITE PINE, from 1 inch to 1 inchea thick.
Oak and Cedar POSTS, 8 feet and id feet long.
No '„* heart, and No. 1 aap 6 inch CYPRESS
BHINGLEB.
ASH and POPLAR, various thiokneeiea.
Large atock of Virginia PINE, all antes.
Puce* low and term* favorable.
ISAAC J. MERCER A CO.,
South Bids Dock, near Mayo* Bridge.
mhS-18.
Tfc'A- PIZZI-ir, WHOLEBALE DEALER IN
el FOREGN f RUITS AND REPINED CaNDY
M ANUFACTURER-Would re.peotlully call tbe
attention of country merchant* and the oity trade
in general, to bis freab and large stock of good*.—
Tbey will Und at hi* atore a crest variety of arti
el*a asiuhl* So thi* trad*, which can b* aold as low
ss at any of tb* Nortaera market*
H*i*al*o manufacturing daily, large quantitt**
of hi* *xti* Kenned Crushed fituar Candy, wbieh
•xeeed* all other* in gloMineaa, Iranaparency and
pu Jttif £ i.sa;te^3r
!fr Mftß*d*»r*»'f • ho. 1M Mil!it atreet, Kichm-'Bdj j
f ___b FOR P_B9 l AT eosifortarile Biff) X
ggDWELLfRff.SB Mh atreet. North of Leigh
•*a«treet. con tain in* sight rooma and paasage*
with gaathroughont; hydrant water in ths ya.d. a
brick kitchen with two troed room*, nnd lb* other
usual convenience* abont the premises Immedi
ate poaaeaaion can be had. Apply to
THOS. J BAG BY.
Geaeral A»,ant, Wall atreet,
mh 20 -bt Under St. Charts* Hotel^
_m, FOR RE NT. -A brick HOUSE on Clay
W. atieet. near Mr. P. D. Glenn'*, containing 6
•SB— rooms; 2 kitchens, with ample accommoda
tion* for servant*, pump in the yarrl, *md other
convenience*, suitable for a goodaize family. Ap
plrto EDW'B t). EACIiO,
inh 20.it llth at, near Exchanee Place
£*, FOR ItENT.'-A new baiek.BOCSK sa
E Clay street, near Buchanan's Spring, contain
t **bini: ronin enoiitth to* * ko.ul *ize family; usual
conveniences on the ptemi*e*. Posaewion Liven
imatedia-dy. Apply to KDff'D D. __ CHO,
iiiu IB- **j nth ft., near Exchange Place.
Wi KOims FO„~R-NT-Ove7 P. H. TAY-
Jf__ LOR'S Music Store, I*B Main atreet.
BB* ni*n2o-St
FOR RENT--R(M)MS, for sinitle ,entle
_»t men or i.flicea. over store ?T* Broad street, at
99* tnhat -it G. A FAUCHES.
«FOX SALE ORRENT-.A new HOUSE
in SydrtSV, on Main street, just beyond the old
Pair '.round*. It has sis Room*, wi'h a kiu-h
--tnd is in nice order. Iminedii.*c possession will
liven. Apply to JAMES B PHILLIPS. Clay
street, bStWSSB Monroe st. and Hrooke Avenue, or
to S. K. FHII.LIPS.
mil Id-..***.* At th_e Sher-jlTa Office.
IIS FOR -.CUT.—Two ROOMB for
fjif:: rent, in ths attic story over tlie sulisviber's
•B_L Btore.8tore. JUAN PIZZINI.
mil It—ts No _8 Main st.
jw, FOR UEST—lntendine to move to the
anis country immediatelr. I offer for rent the
As—STORE and DWELLING occupied l» me on
Brooke Avenue, opposite Mr. Clash's sore. This
is a desira*>te location and a comfortable house-
To a cood tenant, the tent will be low. Apply on
the premises. nih 10—2w*
HI-:** T-One lar«e FRONT ROOM,
f J:;, over Store Ui Broad street, below 6th Apply
•ssßes the premises. mh ;»-ta
-X, HOUSE FOR RENT. -I have lor rent a
sfij? HOUSE, situated near Mr. James T> ler's i
••*»"*•■ Union Hill. eoßtaiaiaa four rooms, kitche
coal-house, Ac. Rent to a rood tenant will I* re
8088-S RO. B. LYNE,
A.ent for Hirine Out Ne<roe*.
Renfinir Out Houses. Ac,
mh 2-ta Otfice Metropolitan Hall
~t£. FOR REKT-The FIRST aad SIT.CON
IK? FLOORS of the DWELLING over osr store
■*■ MARCUS HARRIS A BRO ,
fe 29— ta Next to the American Hotel
FOR REST The lame FACTORY .
EiiCarv street, between loth and 11th streets, ne
•asß-Rsnlos, Mencars A Co.'a, anitable foraT
liacco Factory, Warehouse, or Maiuiiacturin;; E
tali!ishment. Enquire of E I). E*CB_
felft-ts KENT, PAINE A CO
_*», rOft FERT.-fl TO Kj_ No. 79. on M a
K3 street, now occupied by Win. F. Butler A So
Atiia-Poasessiiiii stiver, on the 15th of March. App
to Ife3-t,s- WM. H. LYONS.
RAILROADS, &c.
VIRGINIA CENTRAL RAM,ROAD. 1
GENERAL SUPT'B OFFICE.?
Rti ll.vtoMi, Va., March 12th. LAN \
f T rrr-i-sisinr-n- NO T 11' E .-Tne R..ard of
ils**— a *—_£«_ Directors of thiscompan* Irive
_i^_:_eßrr__-js_-=*-,| t . tern ,, n ,, 1 i t „ discoatißiie the
running of the MA'L and PASSENGEB TRAINS
between Gordoneville and Staunton, on Sundays,
after tlie Ist day of APRIL next. They will be
run between Richmond and Gordoneville as here
tofore. THOS. DODA.MKAD.
nth li-2\v General Superintendent.
nr*_. Paper* ia Charlottesville and Staunton copy
two weeks.
OF PICE RICHMOND A FET'G R.R. CO./
lilt umonii. .March 12. IWiO. <
l__Tr-______B-i ' HAROE OF HOURS.—
and after .MONDAY. April
ear? 2(! . the ACCOMMODATION
TRAIN on this Road will leave RICHMOND and
PETERSBURG at 7 A. M.. instead of 3 A. M.
_ inh )2-2iii _ THOS. 11. WYN.N B, Snp't.
•r~~.ri*a«TiiTirn R» H>B>*<B AftD \OK«
RAH.ROAD.-On and
________**I_*_ a f fer n i, a* i, a y, March Ist,
IS6O, the Passeneer Trains will depart:
FROM RICHMOND.
Daily (except Sondaya) at 6*_ A. M.
Tuesdays *_d Friday* at *B_P. ML
Fl'.d.M WHITE Hor«E.'_,_.
Daily fexcept Sunday*) at tv P. M.
Tsesdaya and Pridaya at 8>» A.M.
BTBAXSB SEA 8188 LBATB* NOKFOi.K
Moadaya and Thsradaya at 6 A. M.
LBATSS WHIN BOVBB.
Tuesdays and Friday a -if 8 A. M.
(Cotinectinir. with cars both ways.)
Urbanna Sta.:e leave* White Hout-e Tuesdays
and Fnda>s at 8 A. M.: re*tunnit;g Wednesday* aae
Saturdaya
Walkerlon .Staee leaves White House Mondays
and Tliurstla>a at• A. M.; returning s-une days.
FreiKli*. Trains leave and arrive at Richmond
Wednesdays and Saturdays
ja 2.5-ts THOS. R. SHARP, Superintendent.
OFFICE RICH'S A FETERSU'ii K. R. CO.,{
Richmond. Va.. Nov. Sftt ll. 1869. t
rr~ *——* i tHANGE OF HOI US.-
A^__^S_*3rfjona l ul after FRIDAY, the26th.
■rtrw awezr^ssgr!u ie Train* on thia road will
leave as folloW8:
LKAVK RICHMONti FOR rKTKKSBCRa
F:.vprc.-i.s. d.-i i iv, except Ssndsys, at .4.30 A. M.
Mail, daily at 2 55 P. M.
LB-VS I-KTKRBBV—S FOR UICHMoMi.
Express, dail) at ;'.„ A. M.
Mail,daily, except Sander*.at sou P.M.
PasaenKera for Clover Dill will take the Exeresa
Tram on TUESDAYS. THURSDAYS or SAT
URDAYS. T. H. WYNNE.
no24—ts Superintendent.
.£» crr __. cors -IBM.—FREIGHT
to LYNCHBURG TH R KE
_~*r a r*- to riMES A WEEK— TUESDAYS.
TH U RS n A Vs and SAT I' R DAYS.
Boat TFM PEST, Cav-t.THo*. Embtt.
Boat M KRCHANT. Capt. Gso. C. Lat.nb.
Boat BRISTOL, Capt. Ohas. J. Johnson. n
Boat.). .1. IKHY. Capt. Wm. F. Clbvbl—Jlß.
Boat FAME. Capt. Wn. H. P*bsobs.
Boat OLI VIA, C tlit. .1. J. PSTBSS.
Thrsr* Boat* are all of tfe firstela**, commanded
b> carefal and experienced Captains, and leave
promptl> aa advertised. The subscriber, thankful
for past favor*, a continuance of the same.
WM. P. COX, Agent,
At the Shed, Dock at., in rear of old Gas Works.
_. RltllMOftß 111 DE « I.OTMINf.
-*«*l INCREASED FACILITIES.—The su!.
--m% aeribcr has bees manufacturing clothisx is
\_? th-* cat) of I'n-liiiioi il over twenty \enrs,
■as and haa at tliis time lrom 75 to lixt nati.is in
bis employment, and **!;!, in me next month or
two, make additions to that number, hav
l ia_ taken the .story over his store, sSBSSiaI!) for
uiaiiuticturir.tt purpoaea, b* isdetsrstised to limke
ai.y article in the cutthin** line tliat stial! compare,
iin every reaped, with etothia** made in Northern
j cities, and he a*ka t!ie nstrusac* ot bia oid friends
SBd the I'iililiu Kener.-ib), mi view ol the Iset tbat
ihe is Kivini eiiipl.ivment in onr midst ton large
nuinlier of iiieciianus and worthy lcuiale-.. w.io
might otherwiss sutler for the neeessariesof life.
He has the best of cutters, and materials not to be
*sr*aa*ed bj uny in the country.
.Maryland, Virginia, Carolina* sad Georgia CAS
81MERES ana TWEEUS of all grade* sndcolors.
STRICTLY A SOUTHERN MANUFACTUR
ING HOUSE, aa all shall be *ati*_ad hi aperaossl
inspection ot nit wliar he intends to SO, mil what
lie has been dsisg for years past.
Clothier and Tailor, oorner .Main and i'lrli si's ,
_fea»— lm Richmond. Va.
4 ON -.PRICE ILOTHINC* BTORE.
NEW STORK AND N E W H<><> U >'.-!
would r*apectfnil) inviti the attenttos ..|
my friesde asd the pul.iio irenern!!* to m>
NEW .STORK. N... L'tu Broad street. opv__
site Messrs Brsedss k Fox's, and to my NI-.W
ASSORTMENT OP UOORS, which I should b*
most ti-ippy to ritake up at sln.rt notice and at rea*
sonatile prices. MARKS NELSON,
210 broad street.
N. B.—CUTTING promptly attended to.
mh7— lm*
NATURAL BRIDOE, VA.-Hav
' n f' purchaaed t!ie entire
I;,,tt£ I NATURAL BRIDOE PROPERTY,
and uemg nowsßgaced ia making extensive ad
ditions to my House, I wiil ha prepared li> the first
ot May to entertain a larger nnmber of visitor*,
in a more comfortatji.e m*until ibaw ever before
I shall always supply my table yvit.u the l«st that
the market affords. My R—twill Im> supplied witfi
the Lest Wines and Liquor 3. I rrspectiu'iy aolieit
the patronaue ofeiie traveling psbltc, sssartßg
them that they shall lie entertained m a niaunor
that cannot fail to please. Th- Bridge will b* free
'o all who may wish to visit it.
IOH N ll***Tß X
STORE HOUSE FOR REN : r._ W,aliing t.i de
vote the whole oi mj tin.c to th« Hotel. I will
lease my STORE HOUSE for ■ term of year*,
on very reasonable terms. Auv one wishing to
euvtKe in nierchandizitu will hnd tins n most ,le
siruble stand. |fsM-Un| JOHN LUSTER.
/ »__ja *o:h >\iidi.i: ano iiikmsn
MANUFACTORY.-I have th.aday ap
f*H Hi poiiiteil JAM FN TEMPLEMAPi m,
'W ** __2 _*, the SAUDI. X AND
• HARNESS BUSINESS in tha city "t
Hichiuontl, andto use mv name to buy for cash
only, and to sell on any terms he may think Braver
March Otit, ltMu. W.\l. A. HUFF.
Is lakinc ehsrgeof the above businea*. I
ahall be iflatt toaee my old lriends aud the puhlic
K«*nera.l>, and hope hy atnet attention to busineaa
to secure aud merit a liberal .hare of patronage.
Repairing done neatly and at the *horteet uo
tlce Ka • ~.u . JAS.TEMPLEMAN.
•»»•>**•**■ _ 14th *L.ot»Boaite Exchange Hotel.
I **'- , > REW A R U.— Ranawav lrom the
tf •ulscnler. PHILIP TAYLOR _ai_T*„ro
___?_* PU'ehaned of George W. Sneliin.s, by
<n JohnSaunder*. \_., of feasex county, Vb.
,-T i who sent him to Richmond U, my care ; and
I furnished him wuhaija** to go and ace hi* wife,
3-i__£_ _ !__ we, date of ibe paaa
which wm dated early m September, 1A57. Hi*
__3 ( _-_*ZS___ *•*>«« >>'<*l ißChe.ter.
held, near Petersburg. Tbe aU.ve aaiued negro
?M?m™**m*> the tat* Thomas 0. Taylor.
w U «S?i*l, b, f**Wf«**i Day '»* 014 account of Geo!
I _T_Li"._r_*£_L*"«• - fhe above reward will be paid if
i delivered to me is Richmond.
[ ~ m^ l r* w l , -___?J_M_w*_
__*3_A_S_ inPaove VOURIVK.
j&J7 r, OC» ,,iHT - J «. j. FRANKLIN A
]_*-■___ _ __ Opticiane. oiler to the sublis
r*_vu-pS o *il4.{> n^-T,o '. ,,, *r*. •*_» IMPRfJVEjJ
CRYSTAL PERiSCOPIC SPECTACLES for ors
asrvisg and restoring the impaired viaion to its
)S^_J_l^
__-d__-_BB-!»T'!-F,'-:I-; TJfW^HB
___ 9m _ mtm * m 'Wh mat., diaoostiass runniag b*
!_*** ***•• '••rtsaioßtk and NortolH. aatU far i
thyrseuo*. I
Th* stsssasr OLRN COVE, Cast. Z.C. Girfobs, ,
will oostiss* tbs ressfer rssbstwsss thi*. Poru
moutb and Norfolk, leaving tbe wharf at Rocketts
r*aalariy sverv MONO AY. W EI)N EMBAY aud
PIIDAV MOIInTnOB, at te\ ytoewoiy, asd •«
turq*neh afteinat* day, faasdsr e*e*Bt*d,)l*e»
-*___[__* M*• "** *^ r RiU, MAtRIRf.
**SS*-»*B StVI BBIBIPfI
JAS. ft*. PRAMI F* A I 0.~, I ai*f_
Cor«.r Broad aßd9,h *% p
01Mr te Merchant* sad Physician* from Virginia,
North Carolina, and Tesne****. for tb* •••in*
trad*, a large and well aeleoted *toeA of DRUGS.
CHF:MICALS. PAINTS, OUR. POTTY. French
window glass, patent medicines.
PERFI'MERY, Ac and every article usually
kept in a wholesale Drug Store, at price* that can
not fail to t ive satisfaction. On the tuual Win* to
cash and prompt buyer*. Our atock comprise* in
""""I ton* Lew,.' pnre WHITE LEAD, No. 1.
and Baltimore LEAD. ... . _____
• ton* French Snow White and N. J. /INC.
2 tons PETTY, from pure Linseed Oil, in
bl older* and bulk
800 Nixes French WINDOW -«LASS.
S.ouu sal*. Linseed. Machine, and Kero*ine Oil*.
Burning Fluid, Alcohol, and Varnish, of all
100 t.eg**Enc!i»h BT. CARB. SODA.
10 ca«ka WASHING SODA.
10 bl.la. CO IT ERAS.
30 l-l.ls. GLEE, all trades.
„V ounce* uCI NINE.
6 gross BAKER'S BITTERS.
300.000 CIGARS, all grades, from .3 to .70 par
thousand.
Orders from the country promptly attended to
and carefully parked and forwarded.
JAS. H. PKARCE. I THOM I.BURROWS,
(Late of Warm? A Warrenton. N. C.
Pearce.) Richm'd, I inh3— ts
fDOVK ir C 9. .
WHOLESALE DR EGOISTS.
No. <t Mai.vStkkkt. Riciimovd.
Wecallth* attention of the trade ol Vir
ginia and North Carolina and Tennessee hi our
Sprisg stock, which has been bought on the l*st
terms, and which we are sellini? as low aa they can
be botuht in any Northern city, consisting in part
of
INDIGO. MADDER and EXTRACT LOG
WOOD
FRENCHGLASS, of every si*e.
SODA. PEPPER and ALLSPICE.
WHITE LEAD. VARNISH and LINSEED I
OIL.
FLUID. CHEWING ami SMOKING TO
BACCO.
PATEN I' MEDICINFS-al! kind*.
PER PI7MERY, TOOTH and HAIR BRUSH
ES, Ar .Ac
AGENTS FOR TIIE BEST COAL OIL.
Call and examine onr stock. DOVE A CO.
__-_ I'LRIELL. I.ADI* A CO..
*S2_f WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.
\W Xo. I—', corner Mai.i and O—*»S»r Sis.,
OP Richmond,
Have ni»w iv store their Sprint suptdies of
DREGS. MEDICINES. PAINTS. OILS,
INDIGO. MADDER.and other DYES.
WINDOW-GLASS ..fall sizes
WHITE LEAH. VARNISHES. Ar.
BURNING FLUID. CAMPHENE. VIR
GINIA CO—L OIL, and KEROSINE, at
manufacturers' prices.
Our sock comprises oue of the largest and liest
assortments of good* in our line to lie found in the
South —has lieen selected in person by one «•! our
linn. purchased for caah, enabling us to offer our
en ids at such low prices aa cannot fail to give sat
tsfaetios.
Merchants will find it totheir interest to call and
examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
PI RCELL, LADD A CO..
Wholesale Drurgists, Richmond.
___/_* JOHN W. FRAYS-MR.
♦SF3# APOTHECARY AND DRUGGIST,
LB (Successor to .1. W. Pollard.) 17th street,
sjft between Hroad and Grace, would invite the
attention of purchasers to his stock of DRUGS
MEDICINES, PAINTS. OILS, FLUID. GAR
DEN AND FLOWER SEED, and FANCY AX
TICLEs, consisting of Brushes. Combs, Hair Oils.
Perfumery, A.c—ever) thing, indeed, tisuall) t.uind
in Drui; Stores, Which he will sell al the lowest
PRESCRIPTIONS carefully prepared at pj
hours, both l»A V and NIGHT.
| R.W. APPER'ON.lafeof [ POWHATAN K. UI'FUY,
I Grub)*s A Apperaon. I Graduate in Ph&rmao
! A PPfEKSON Ar OLPLY.
j -fa. CHEMISTS A DRUGGISTS,
Broad, Bftwkkn 4th axd sth St*., ___7
Richmond, Va.. LH
: Have on hand a eareCullv-sefected stock sfsuß
pure Druiisand Chemicals. Paints, Oil*. Window
' Glass. V.-irriislics, Perfumer>, Soapa, ami Fauo
Articles, which tliey offer upon the most reasonable
HATS AND CAPS.
rm TO THI. SOUTHERN TRADE, ro
****HATS. CAPS. AND STRAW GOODS***
FOR SPRING. lTtiO.
RO. L. DICKINSON,
73 Main street. Rictunond. Va . Manufacturer and
; Dealei in all kinds ol Huts, Caps, ;..tid Straw Good*,
nas in store, and offers to the Southern trade on
the most fntforablt terms,
' AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
! _ A burgs and complete SPRING STOCK of
AND
STRAW GOODS.
Of tlie latest and most fashionable stilea.
Merchants visiting this market will find it lo their
interest to call and examine for themselves Ix-lor*
purchasing. _** thos* n-lio buy for rash, a liberal
discount will be made.
MILITARY HATS AND CAPS,
Of every description. lurnMhed at tlie shortest no
tice and on the most favorable terms.
Hi* DRESS SILK _ATS cannot lie excelled for
at>le, neatness, or finish. A call is most respect
full*, solicited. RO. L. DICKINSON,
Successor to Binford, Dickinson A Weisigcr,
mil S —2iii
ro IPRIAS ITILI OF
LL SILK HATS,
*"" RAW 88-BT AT
ELLETT A WEISIGER'S,
No. lf>7 Main M.reet, opposite the Exchange Bank,
Consisting of
TEE TRADE BLOCK,
METROPOLITAN.
D'ORSEY PARIS,
AND YOUNG GENT".'
AI SO—A handsome assortment of French SOFT
HATS. ELLETT A WEIBI-ER,
r*. t'RI'AT CHANI E TO HIV HATS,
LMCAPSAND LADIES* FURS CHEAP. VERY
•*•*,.'H X A I'.-jiutMi WORTH OF HATS AND
CAPS AT COST.—-Having determined to close osl I
vi) stuck of Hstasad Caps. 1 aasjl sell from tins
day m> stock, which ia vary largesse' well selected,
at cost lnr cash. Now is Mie chance for those in
want of Hats nnd Can* to hs* low- a #Soa* at iji,
P;4 60. B Bibb tot A3; soft Hats worth f*l.s.
a _ for #3, a 93 M for _i 60. and a 93 lur
uuierous to mention; Caps Iroin 25 cents
am determined to aell oa all ef my stock.
I '.vhn are in want can aaVBM per cent. In
2U7 Broad birect. 1 have all of the : at*
ml* Hats ar.d Dress Hats of my own man-
Huts made to order at the shortest no
YYM. T.MOORE.
BOOTS, SHOES, Ac.
J AT COST,
AT COST. ___mt
AT COST. .-3W**_f
Commencing te day. We are oßsriag our new
and well assorted stock sa
jl-KU-F.
CHILDREN'S.
GENTLEMEN'S.
BOYS* A\n
SERVANTS'
BOOTS AXD SHOES,
of ever) st> le and description.
Tne undersigned, wishim.' t» matte a chanre in
their liusines*. do tasrsfore ottet tneir entire stock
of BOOTS, SHOES, Ac. AT COST, FOR CASH
An eari) call is greatly .Irsireil, as we are sure tb*
prices will not fail to ptsase.
M. A. ii. MYERS,_«Bro-_ si, shears fat.
N. 8.-Merchants. Farmers, and others, who are
in waatol ati)tini,,-. in our !me will tind it greatly
to tueir interest lo give us a call.
M. A H. MYERS,
_fe**S—lm ______ ____shevs tat
~ ti* A N O Tll I; THA T CANNOT ______
IHE CONTRADICTED BY AS , __8883
,^4ONE.— We are LOW pteiiared to lurnish onr
customers, friends and the imbiur generally, with
any kind of BOOTS ant SHOAS that the) mat I
want either <>l our own manufacture <-r import, il, I
either lor Ladies, Gent-emen. Ml****, Ho\*. or I
children, oi the lat—t ****** saws? IBs b—ssali I
it). We also keep >>v u.tnd a large saaiillßStSt ■■_
TRUNKS sad BONNET CASES fa* Ln.be.,.,, ths
must approved stt lea and bnest iiualttv. Alsn.
CARPET DAGS and VALICEB of every st.le.and
description, all nt winch will la* nolit fan either |>>
wholesale or retail, by ALE\ HILL* CO.,
Manufacturers .v.-l importer* ol Hoofs and Shoe*.
127 Mam street, Richmond. Va.
4 OK-AT R-OLITIO** I ■ TH_r_
PRICE OF HATS AND ItOoTS.-UL
I ton, IB tv Al per cent, saved by buy-•***"
irq from J. H. ANTHuNY,
Columbian Ifctel building.
Moleskin Hat* of beat quality. Bt BO: .10. aeeond
quality. 3 Ul; fsahton&hle Silk Rata, t au, tine . ... 1
akin sewed Boots. * ao; Congre**U_ter Boots. 3_;
line calf skin seweit Shoea. > M.
J. 11. ANTHONY ha* mad• ar'apgementawith
one of the mm makers in the city ol i't,i'.uie<i>t a
U.aupply him with handaome and substantial caif
akin sewed BOOTS, which he will aell at the unprt-
**f_***>t«d low price of THREE HOLLARS ANli
sAALIf. ocU-dAws
•4-***r*s,,, THI NKf*. VALjCPf, UONM-.T
S_.fß i*. * E j_- % K,,KT AN " I-KATIIKR
» V f***__ Ac—We nave now in store ...e
ot the largest and most va,ied aisortment* of
*m U *#* I*'1 *' * c '" l " '** ••'"Bit m tin* cit*. coiiiprisin*
all or th* various at) lea and aizea made, from ihe
lowest priced Trunk to the hneat Sole Leather
Trunk. Those in want will pleas* eali ard exam
me our *t.«ck, as we are satisfied with a very mod
•rate profit. We hope to pleas*ail in price aa wcil
a* ia tiuslit*/ and size
MARCUS HARRIS A BRO..
main at. • jnsitto ths A me r ican H ote I M
•WBT_ FAt'R YOUR tVEARIM. AI'PARKI.
tt*_ll\.nd i.ther article* in soiu* of G. HELLER
****—.*«**(. CO.'S l«at qualit. Trunk*. Just re
ceived the largeat atock in u.wn, at very low
price*. 1*33 Broad *treet.
crrns. trlnrb, carpet anolaath
BH«ERBAGS. LADIES' BONNET OASES.
NEW STYLE; ALSO. VALICES OF
EVERY DESCRIPTJON.-W* bay* juat received
a larg* aaaortment of ths alaive good*, wh.cn w*
will aell low for oash, or to punctual paytnacua
tomera, on tbe uaual tim* of aix, montha. All ws
aak i* a sail from all ia want, a* th*> saaaot fail
to b* *uit*d both ia eric* and *iuslitv.
ALEX. HILL A CO.,No.j*** Mat* at .
liohu-nd, Va.
MOOTS, BIIOKB, *c.-Tb* alien
+BBBmW__ t,f ,h * Bshhe ia reapeetfally aakeo to
U9 stoss oT ßoot, aad 00-jistip^; ofsvir,
varist* of atyle aad •uahty, for Ladie*. Uentla
...a, Miass., Boya. Cai-r*.i I.bin
eoatisu*. aa B*r*tofors, tn masufaetur* a* •___
t-ffip
. ofa»«. :*.
jpnfm_p^g
|_JMS »a.*s at.wk ,tC\.*.to*\ llentlemea 7 * auii
.B\mm\___&'ssg.*
|_§*^!SB»J%vl
'•wn make, at greatly reduce,! ,!_!" **•***. ,/_
great care. *),ve him a sbTJ_J£__lh*_
to**tlat*n hasarda. ft,s__*r__\
- nb •-*•»* o«n»er of Hi XSwP
(JgmgM,, OH! MAN, MAN TM...
dust; therefore, why ,7? 1 '*.>
__■ of nfe, f or .. ',_''**• v _
d*eanwMteto«»Btemplateup.,n fc__! Sr_
liloajuistng. »-'n. **oair»j*,, I
, Ma. Editob: Aal aaidinniTli_»_.
[•*____?*. stndi.n* a»tr,,n<™7^ r ***W
si peetsd to hear of MSM gl__t US_MS
hive■ diacovered. but inexamin.n* th*7* ;* v
found there wa. a in,*«tery !»»"", ~?'•'•**•• -J'
«,..n of man. and a* I had no *_K?*_*!»a_,
Bss^ tv^#i " w
that Isesa along. keep n„,v „ fte ft_f»*S
n jetttna aeirte asd drea„,, ni: ,*'!'' «• v* J
life', tide, for ,n life. *C
vail who daily march onward __ ___ ••
_' Mth.t.. Creek J3SBj&
P. S.-I prommed the pul.l.e _;'"" '•">*■'a
li jl»-3m Wi " G "«*W» £mBS <*
i_i-f__t_?4__&__^ffi^
. ___/ •*••.*'*■•* l*>»*»t'li»l««ieni ~n ', ' *•
ley. between Main ar.d Can . i l_th »«*, ', l " , I
near the Cdumtian Hotel. COACMVarA" *>
TEES. BAROUCHES. BE-WlPs . , Ha: >
out topa. sod tHJLKIES-a'l of '__ *»' **•*•*£
the heat material and workm*Bßhip-. n ,iM '*
will be aold aa low a. _ood w.rk !*___;_ »' 1
in the city ol Richmond, and I tmtntmuJ? cv - •
call from thus* is want , f any srt!c_ « '.. vu <<
rises. hnva* fam determined to raaka _?'»_ -
T «.*_•__!** *>* l«»wr_i*r pneea posaii,;" ,_.T •>■
aold that ia now, warranted. M *'■ » i
fe M-d9m MI CA.I AH M \>,j „
PIANO FORTES.
fe?_*3 MANUFACTORY. AND V./.'Vl
*TTVn|)KPOT OF FORKII/V a\" iv r '
CAN MUSIC AND MUSICAL
DORR A RADE. Wareroents ri V '.' v '
Uroad street, would r**p*etftttty invr, __"'*
ten'ion to their large assortment of Pi__E_, ! ***
woultt offer *uch auaran'ee* aa w.ii a_,'V **
most tastiilious purchaser. ■**'•*.' |j
Our PIANOS are warranted f.u sv» ~.,.
m tune twelve month*, and eachanied ,1.1
first aix month*, il they fail to siv* *__~„,'.''*
lion to the purchaser. '**-'»:*
Particular attention is paid |* wdaaa _■
country, ami peraon* may aaie'r reir _ **
faithful execution of their onteri "•"••l
Old Pianos taken in em-ham;* lor rie»,,„_
__. PIANOS hired at low rata*/ '' e,r ' ,ni *
, i, ' ,RR • lAM
de M-dAcwly __"■!_ ?_
Ll «H T E A It ll t, |) Xi M i .
ff&ffi PIANOS.-We call tbe at"".** '
HI All citizens of Richmond ami V _, "' *
our PIANO FORTES. We bbvsi*_l____. ■
atrumenta with Mr. CARUSI, thai lhair__! ■"
in all respects. :::ay 1* tested by lb*aubT *
fumed Chickennus. •»*'»iut , •_
| We warrant all onr PIANO*- 1 , and c",n?» »
: hieh and as numerous teatiiiioma!. vmri f_
in lhe country, all of which can !« mnTiP
Carusi 'a, on Broad street. *_ d< .1- |-nmtt. '
l-I.VH It V IIKAID'.v
r *-»?-, CHILRERINO PI \>i»* ,„ .
Wtfffl at N. CAR! SI'S. •,.,,; v -
DENTISTRY
AKUtrU IAL TKETII.-l h . ,
and Vulcanite I'mcm , *
Dj-riTi-T.haviMSrtStfi
ye mode of irinkms leeth.am! heini ■____
is a!is«.lute superiority over all othti sat 1
with eonsdsnss Bsssissas it t.. "1 ■.?•... :.
or partial »eta of teeth, and ***eet*!l, , '
aa may b* SMMtti**—d with t!i..-ie tan *r» -'■»
usiti:'. The perlect adaptation of the plan tn «
mouth, and the suction therein aeenretttaa «i
nim to insert one or more teeth t. ~.,',.,.,
This method having fieen !.».■,,».,.,.•
inn blithest in the profeaai.in, Nnrth .r,.! -~',-
testimonials will fie given asdapecimaaaaxti \_
to tlii.se wishing to see tnein. .Setaof Iff ■
roMoraa] other plate will of taiim* 1* m«> f.
those preferritii! them. Filling, Cmaaug, n
tractiag, and all otlipr operation, neatly »aatk*
roughlT performed. Otfice on Main street, ommm
Corintniaii Hall ma- ~
9. A. JETER,
_TtttT _ BURGEOR DEirTIST,
'*' * Office on Main, l*c!ow Paatistwst, MS
door to P. Horfon Reach's trinmitag BtaeaaßatM
doors above Messrs. Tbo*. K. Price* C.i.'urf
iii.i.il" store.
The subscriber havint removed I* tl,_ aba**
honee. wouul be ple.-ised *i. <>e» rkoaa wnn stewM
has emrai:emen*s. sad ha* nnda axtaaaivi pr*n
ratioaa to serve the psbii* g*n*r*ll*i. All ten
t.ons performed is the in.i*' approved and ■ ■ • h
atyle known to tiie Prefeaaioß. said ail werl Am
br him warranted to give satiifactmn, |m It 11
"WATCHES, JEWELRY. _c
__• SELLIX' Ot I HM.OU CMI
JEWELRY, WATOiEI, k<
l__\ _L Th* aadersigßsd taksa the I *r,y*«M
ITSI. Si»* n■■ 1:•,.-•■ to the pul.lir. t. n hi. •- _
tne LITHOGRAPHIC PRINTINU KBTABI ,-
MENT of Messrs. RITCHIE a Dl'NNaVan;
In coiiseiiuence of this OS—MS in—) •*_ ■
am obliged to sell out mv pre.i*>,ii aleak. .1 11
wnt of FINE JEWKI.KV". WATCHI- I
will find it great Iv ts their iatereal loj •■
EARLY CALL, is I only inteml ta 51.!.1..- 1 I
FOR COST a snort time. Thsbabtneaeffrwßud
Will he sold at auitii.ii. 1.. BUYER,
Nu.l9s MaiaatTWt,
mh ID—lm* lletween i'lh imi lutii ar****.
I HARLE 4 * Ll nSMCN,
I"t __ Announces th ,t he will opentbia *»t.IB
4Bt_aar.ln'!i March, a well *..■■••,. 1 -.;•• ,
Watoaes, Jewelry, Spsstael**, am! BihwWts,
all of good auality asd n*w]i atdaotcd afkawub
designa taetefdl workßUtß*aip asa la* , 1 '
matertal. to which fie iavttssthasttwtiaSMil
who are in want id an. art r!e .ri the me •
He Il.ilterK biw**U'that lrom hiilnn. »xy*n*M
in the business. lofStbsr with hi* acqaaiatuM
with tin* iiiiinuficliirer*. art I *nabla Ii a S I
purobasersanes (soaa at tsaaoaabia _>-ci. Ct*
?it »* Mam -tre«t.
« WATCHES, CLOCKS,BPECTACLH 1
RLE 1 . re|iaired in the lie«l u.-inner,l: ' -'
*, sad it retiaon iiile price-..
Ed W 'ATCHEN, JEWELKV.IH.'t'K
/sf\ AND PI.ATEIt WAIIE. -&. b V."
i bosss sssstaatlp on band a lam*
SM—HRpints assortment o! tlie n!...c 1 MB*. •'
tides, saahraoiu all ttie latest ie. aa, * 1
iers to his friends and public on the iti.iat rev "
able tarsia. He woald call part, ular atfui. 1 !
hi* Mock nf fine WSSShSS, such a* Jules *•»«**•*
F. H. Ad*wa k S.m. Allied Lavalett*. la *»K*i
rv, Henry KSfßold* Lemon. Joseph Jo***tc" J**l
CrsigS, and other sstsbratfd nn.er. >'■'':'
keeps a lari;e BBSurtBMBI o| rn-ii !>i■iiii.-nif hi ''
ncr Snirt BstttaßS. IMBBBBsd CIBSBI ■
Bisgla Stone Bissstpina, lor seats; ala* \ *B
ass irtment of iail.es' Cart.un. le, ''■•
□sasse sad P*srl fete, Etrasean uri'l »'*ip ■"'
Chiuii Bracelets,Chatlain Cham*. Neck
Charms. Slee.-c Bnttona, Mnrt llnttoni kc.S a
Seta, Oobleta. I'it. hers. Salt C* ir», Cup*, 4 ****■'■
Hslssrs, Ei.oi Knives asd sol «. I 1 *' 1 "* *_" _
Tongs, be T..r..s .-. »*f Bpe*S* SB
Fork*, tine Silver plated Knives A*. .
Hopiiii; to oiter such indaoe—*Bta '!i».t ia*sa
fan to ptsa— in price and (jual.'t. ■ call \"".
fuUisolicned. 8. A. M\r.it
Corner..f MsißSStl ietr it
CHINA, OI*ASS. &c.
JTt£) RE.*ilOV.\L. 1860.
___¥ WILLIAM F. Bl ri.KtAW*!.
IMPORTERS A W> /'.'•' !•' rb-' '
rlli\A. KARTHENWAMK aM> '' ! -'**
Have ren .-.I to No i'.t P**rl ni If 1 '"■-
Will open in all tbs month ol Febraa > • "-' '
eboieeatoekol NewOood*.ol •.<*!•'■
rion. r.'-cv-ii direct tn this port, n - ' ■ r*
and Ab*x-i.i.ter,anil *>} tb* X .'•■ Stt«"l*'»_. f ,
djiliioti. v 1 Mew York A- •. fr«Si ' ■ *_| . '
Va.. and Western BHtsafaetori'i * ■ -.' '~,
lion ol !'l A IN, PRF-.S_ED and I ' »'
WARE; i'o.M OIL and <■' or lA^v, ( ,
lOK.-:. M BIKING tiLASSK* - ■.'.lf''
mnm.'. *» 10.-h tiiev i.ffer t.. lb* trade .•! > "
r..iin.t. Vn.-i.iia and TBBBSBBIt »* ''* ■**
Nortbers iobbing li.-uae.
Our Renioa lias lieen for tie .*i«t J» »" r * i .
porting fh •11 a aml E irthenwar* dtr*ct -" l ' 1"".,
ami pWjtina mtraolvea t.. veil in h.- *»••'••*•'
resseetisUy Ml the patronage id s»*ii* rf *•'"
chaste aad the .Sosthsrs psMie. . ~
BY. y '.uc I. rtasH* ...-cup.ed •■; 9 S "
nan. WM, f. El tlh» • "* \.
le H-dVi-wlm .N.. 19 f-*i I* ■*_ . .
_r_f_ MMITMBM*! *»l ti.tl-W hrtt. ***'
*¥_J . EX ~ , ■ ,
%«Jt Corner t* t- and " f « . n.«.*»*:*-
X_T Ki'.c 1 ■ * r
Tiie sahserilirr* r-"p*etiu!:* '■:■ ■"'..',,.,.
chants •>! Virginia, >'..-'h Car.i maaiHU •a*' 4 **
thai the*, ar* isabb! mmii,. t:ie ! ,**'*,',,. ~
STONEWARE.ci rM-ul'<-* "'' ~ ;
M.lk Pa—*, Chsrn*, Br*sd K.»^•»■ "■•• ! • lj *
Jars, lair tight,! A c., Aa. , •„_, <,«
Aha*, ne-n;. painted •barcoal rscltfd
Ctaiier*, both m*tsl and *eesd«sses.** a*
lrom 2 naiioiix toju ctlinii*. , ._—, ;
_3_, Ad Wsre aold . u» will l*« J*--"'" r "
an> part of the -it) bee of '"*- r -**,,. vk-*>".
_J BavTd p*a kk
CiHINA-W \Rfc A*»l»»IOl
/ ING OOOUS.-SCHAAP A Co.. -»&•*.■ .
AND WHOLES A I.E ANP .;},_ _', _i r*
CORNER OF BROAD AN l' iHK'*"*' ..
are receiving bow. dir*. t Horn the *i*J "•*• ~ .
and fruaa Northern Ua«l* »aie». *»*! , *V_T*V*
variety of CHINA, '.i-ASS. «'id «*;.■) V.• .'
WARE; I.OOKIN-i 01-ASSES; TAW* i • :
LERV; PLATED. BRITANMA. A> *_ l V
JAPANNFD WARE; lwaid*>a H' •*.*''','*,nj»-.
ment of French ami Oeriiwa rAM 1 " j „<-
TO VS. to which »* inwte ihsititeßiH.* 4
chant* and ttie pubiio in geuei... !•••'•"• ~,
that our SOOP* and es.i t« **• ■ rl ** u ' » ,_rtt» *
a call. We endeavor to miataia • " %ji
for aelhng bargain*. S 1 - h •__ r
FiOTME TO THE TM^gg
LIVRR? STA|i.K. SrS'
•TARE UN ER.**"' __Z*d »
The uudeiatgned having •»__»*J_2lJ** **
»i. Walters the entire »u**iaoi ,i ,__,',_*w t._*
Ha. a*, .to., are now '••»<•» **» * 4v ?\T:Mß*l- K *:
traveling bmWic with a'l kipi!» "jZrw*
horn n Sulk) to a lour horse Co**"'- » ~, tx
nolle*, lo aay part of th* aUjoinia* -*»
moat rea—.ujil.i* laiHi* ._. ,_,-_jwa_ ii**'"'
W* wiiTalwa.a hay* OMNIIU ••»•» ■■
t*!s and depot* to eonvef p*_*««'• ■ *
thstowp. *
They areaUo the _, __ .-,,■«
MAIL CONTEAOIOES ,
en all the Slag* Lism lesviu* ***$&_ r*'_
•teady sad sub*r drtv«r*. , n#l ,f t**.
Peraoea wishing anyibing ■* *■*__,' uw l »i __
mm will *io well to call i^_ 4 *»J T u "'*;*oTrTC*
Tuaatsll lloaas. which te th* UTAff- *•"
•Jl**Sidereal lis** ~,, , .„.. ,___, m *"***
"ThsyaW hays s STAUE
K*i*vil|«,oa th* , »'i|_'"j 1 ,, a. «••
Jgteit^^
PEIDA V.h rrtuinma ■•* ts# «"'_'*_ U M , . 1 •
•**«»•. -ia th* -*.« v «
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