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•A-rVBDaVT MORHUfO MABCH 14, ldtb.
( Written sue the Richmond Dhmateh 1
▲ LADY'S CHALLBNOB,
A»l»
HOW IT KNDED.
»y "uoxis audi us."
Let ate tall yon n secret. Most things yea
ace la the newspapers, under the head of
" Tales,'* or --Stories," you set down as—to
use a i lain word—lies. You ere mistaken.—
Ia alnety-nlne cases out of a hundred, these
newspaper tales are based upon fact—actual
persoaal experience—with last enough altera,
tlou in the circumstances narrated to render
the tdeatity of persona and of places a mat.
ter of doubt, and just so mud of exaggeration
la the style and coloring as will serve to make
the story enticing. Now, what lam about to
tell yon, actually happened in this very world
in which yen and I now live, and in a part of
It with which, 1 dure say, the moat of you are
pretty well acquainted. The events detailed
may have happened to my self, or to some other
person. Decide for yourself who tbe hero is.
Fifteen years ago last summer, Bob Ander
son—then a tolerably promising youth, but
who subsequently died of ibe effects of his
Ticious indulgences -said to John Tinner—
"John, let's go and see Willie Lamar .'"
"Confound Willie Lamar,-' said Tauner, " I
don't want to see him. If be wants to see me,
let him come."
Jobn Tanner, aged 'il or 24, stout-built, swar
thy, darh-eyed, food of dissipation, was leaa
promising tban bis comrade. He had a repu
tation for being smart; but people, looking at
hla past career, predicted that his smartness
would be the ruin of him. But, happily for
John, the race of prophets is dead. The last
time 1 heard from him he was doing well—so
well that I doubt uot many of his old school.
mates and companions in a thousand frolics
unvy htm bis position before tbe world. Mo.
ted; Iron't give a boy up because he is a little
wild. - Nor is it right to envy nny man bia
place. Many a reputation which has increas
ed steadily until midd-e-age, when the theory
la that tbe character is established, has sudden
ly gone down In darkness and in shame.
" Why, hang it all," said Anderson in reply
*to Tanner, v bang it all! Willie Lamar Is a
girl—Wilhelmina is her name."
"A b! Thnt al ten- the case. Ia she pretty !"
" (Jome and see for yourself."
They went. It was a beautiful summer
afternoon, and Willie entertained her visitors
in a rose-embowered porch. She was about
twsuty years old—very round, plump, rosy,
full of mischief and of talk. She was a sort of
belle in the circle in which she moved—a fact
which made it singular that John Tanner had
never before seen her, for John was a great ad
mirer of the ladies, and the town was too small
to boast many belles.
The visit lasted about an hour. Tanner and
Anderson went away witb different impres
sions : the former so well pleased that he ex
pressed his determination to visit Willie regu
larly ; the latter so unfavorably, or rather so
slightly impressed, that tbe recollection of
Willies existence soon passed entirely from
him.
Three years after this, Jobn Tanner, who
had bees abroad for eighteen months or more,
came bach home. The tessel which brought
him to bis native ahoree passed in tbe night
another vessel which was bearing off the girl
he cared to see above all others in tbe town.—
She was gone only a few months; but when
Bhe returned she was a bride. Tanner was in
vited to the ftrst party that was given her after
she landed. He accepted the invitation. It is
nothing to you, O! reader, nor, perhaps, to
me; but tbe truth Is,tbat party tried John
Tanner to the utmost extent of bis capacity
for endurance and concealment. He met his
Bweetheart with great apparent calmness. His
face was naturally pale; no one knew how
weak he was—weak as a child.
As sdlju aa tbe dancing commenced, be ex
cused himself to tbe host for not indulging
with tbe rest, and, pleuling indisposition, (it
was something more than that,) retired to an
ante-chamber and threw himself upon a
lonnge. from which, through the open door,
he could now and then catch a glimpse of the
woman h#had loved with all bis heart, as she
moved in perfect time and grace, smiling upon
her partner and— husband. How beautiful she
was that night!—tbe last night that poor John
ever saw her. There he reclined on tbe lounge,
feasting his eyes upon her loveliness and eas
ing his stricken heart witb prayers for her
happiness. He saw nothing, heard nothing
else. He was entranced.
When, at length, refreshments were handed
round, he refused to partake of anything, but,
maintaining bis position, tell into a reverie so
profound that he was utterly unconscious of
everything around him—at least, he told me
bo witb bia own lips.
" Permit me to offer you some of my grapes
—they are really delicious."
And a costly plate, piled high with Malaga
grapes, was thrust under John's nose. The
voice of tbe speaker was melodious, and there
was in il an under tone of tenderness which
touched poor Jobn to the very core. Evi
dently the lady thought he was not well. Nor
win be.
Bousing himself witb n powerful effort, he
reapectfully declined the proffered grapee, at
the same time tendering his thanks to the fair
doner. Who was she 1
Wilhelmina Lamar, as Tanner saw at a
glance. But there was an archness upon her
rosy face which did not suit his mood at that
moment, and he sank back upon bib lounge
with an air which forbade further converse.
Two months afterwards there was a ball at
Z House. Tanner was there, as gay as a
lark He was not tbe mau to break his heart
for any woman that walked tbe earth. Wil
helmiua Lamar was there, too, smiling, happy,
mischievous—"charming," as John told her
wnile leading her through tbe mazes of the
dance. Whether she exerted herself to please
him that night, it is not for us to know; certain
it is that she did please bim exceedingly. lie
was fortunate enough to ride home with ber,
nnd as he retired that morning he fonnd bis
mind full of her. In a few days, be. as In duty
bound, called on her. Sbe proved to be one of
the most brilliant, ready, and flowing conver
sationists he bad ever met. Was be smitten .'
Let tbe sequel answer this question.
After paying two or three visits, at short
intervals, John suddenly stopped going to see
Miss Willie Lamar. Why * to this day, no
body hnowa; perhap.-, not John himself.
Some mon tbe passed. At a concert or exhi
bition of some humbug sort, John Tanner,
sitting on a back seat, was musing over his
own aud the public's gullibility, when he fell
a light tap ou his shoulder, and immediately
afterwards a soft voice inquired—
" How ia Mr. Tanner this evening ?"
"tiulte well, thank you, Miss Willie, but
cry much disgusted and bored with this ex
ibitioa," said he, replying to the lair ques
oner, who sat behind him with her father.
"So am I. But why haven't you been to see
me this long time t Have I displeased you I"
" Not at all. 1 have been much immersed in
business, and besides have been rather com
plaining."
"lint sorry. What has been the matter
nothing serious, I hope— no disease of tbe
heart I I bear of you, »ir. You find time, iv
spite of your business and your complaining,
to go quite often to see the beautiful Miss
This was the truth. Tanner turned it off.
" I have been to see her occasionally. But I
have been ailing for all that."
"In consequence of that, you shou'd say if
you desire to keep to the record as published
in the gossipping circles."
"All a mistake. Miss Willie, I assure you —
I only wonder that you attached any credit to
it."
♦•I should not, bat for the fact that 1 have
lost, without any offence on my part, a valua
ble acquaintance. But tell me, Mr. Tauner,
tbe nature of your trouble—of what do you
complain }"
44 Oh I notbingof consequence. lam bored—
ennuled— tired out—weary of life, witbont
cause."
**- No—there can he no effect without a cause.
May I venture to tell yon what I think is the
aource of your trouble I"
*^^!T , * i,,l - r """-- •-*-* ll be most grate al to you;
;K«»~..,TL r -?. 0, - c *- 1 *«»owu, there will be a
caaace at least to remove or to remedy the
jadge, both. Yoe are weary of liie iw,.„.
you have nothing to live tor - because
•»«*»-«• they
Jg3 }&<i&mml?mV&
JW »coaTlneemeu^eon\ru7y n %£&
*«*»•*•* you have nut At i
fa ta \Vu ot
ac weak a kind as not to absorb and bbw-occu o J
you-to make life valuable for
achievement. What you lack isVnxadi object
to centre your ambition upon." •**"
-True, very true," said Tauner; "hut when
M AJ** W •***• l *»■-» -»•* •*-*•» object 1»
'Easily enough. Any where ouuide of your
self. And you eaa Bud it-mark well what I
ass going to say, for I ant sincere—enie by
living for other*." ' *
-i* 0 ..** 0 * < ~M• yea.*'
« £***• 1? -» 0 * wtoß &"
14 *' F «*»«Mlate;l»rideeUreto
you that no greater boon could he bestowed
upon me than for some friend to tell me bon
•stiy what I oaudo-what I shall and mu.t
00-to get rid of this terrible load-thuwear"
&£*2iE* » f •***. which At&mVL
_Buts Willie hesitated. Tanner's dark sves
*-*-*» *** dm, but aligbtly fear.
1 entreas you, misunderstand ant I
whoaj nay that ••* must,* m*m.od™ "*
Jafbfjiß nteeelag look at this aaaeuaceaaen J
Wm sswt «H5kJuM« grnlmwaSTn^
aaaa^^^Ba^^^^^BmßMßMßßMßßßßrnynffnyannu
eated an til he felt that he was making him.
self absurd; then turned nway and was si
lent. She walled patiently, hat he did not
speak.
"I R«rod you would misunderstand me 1
i *!£?.- i* lor *-*-• *•»*» •*« c*» »ever forgive
myself for permitting my friendship to carry
tne so far."
M Wo"—said Tanner, warmly, aaxiou* to al
lay her wounded woman's pride—' No, not at
all. How could I misunderstand so true a
friend f 1 was only thinking. How is it pos
sible for me to get married whan 1 cannot fall
in lots f
"Bat yon can fall In love."
-Not I. •
" Yon hays never tried." . . __
*-1 don't think I ought to try., I*>ve should
come of itself."
"That is a boy's Idea, not a man's-
There was a panse.
" What shall I do. tben 1" asked Joiui.
- Go to see the ladies."
«1 do."
"But yon don't go to see enough cf them.—
Keep on going until you find one who will
male you fall in love with her."
«• Make me. That's impossible."
" Are yon quite snre I"
" Not more sure of my own existence."
Another pause.
" Mr. Tanner, I know n lady who can make
yon fall in love with her."
v Indeed ! You delight me. Tell me at once
who she is."
** She is now speaking to you.'"
110 HE COM LUI/lB IB 01 R NEXT J
EXTRAORDINARY EI.OPIMKMT AFFAIR.—
Oneot tbe most remarkable of the many un
accountable freaks of the rosy god which has
ever transpired in this vicinity, and which is
perhaps without a parallel, was made public
yesterday morning, and was of course the
topic of conversation throughout the city du
ring the day. The facts in the case, as we glean
them from reliable sources, are about at* fol
lows : Miss Anna Bond, an elegant appearing
girl of bright fifteen, rosy with life nnd joy,
daughter of Col. Eaton Bond, a wealthy and
highly respectable planter of tbe vicinity of
Denmark, iv this State, and Dr. W. W. Sim
moils, a worthy and promising young practi
tioner of Springdale, Lifayette county, Miss.,
became enamored of each other. The attach
ment of the young )>eople did not meet the ap
proval of the lady's parents, and, as is not
unfrequently tbe case under similar circum
stances, an elopement was planned between
them, and duly executed on Thursday night
last. The parties, accompanied by a few se
lect friends—three ladies and .is many gentle,
men—took tbe cars immediately after the
elopement, arrived tat the city at an early
hour on Friday morning and took rooms at
the Worsham House. During the day the par
ty visited Raleigh, where the young couple
were duly married, and afterwards again
returned to town and the Worsham House.—
In the evening, the newly-wedded pair, ac
companied by their friends, visited the thea
tre, where Mr. Simmons met a young man
named Benjamin Kloom, a former and unsuc
cessful suitor lor her hand. The performance
nt the theatre over, Bloom accompanied tbe
party to the parlor of the hotel, and engaged
iv conversation until a late hour. About 1
o'clock, all had retired to their rooms witb the
exception of Mr.aud Mrs. Simmons and Hloom.
The hour being late, tbe young lutsoand also
intimated his purpose of retiring, and with bis
wife proceeded in the direction of their room,
but before reaching it, tbe lady, under pre
tence of a desire of visiting the room of one
of her female friends, begged a moment's ab
sence. The husband assented, and proceeded
to bis room alone, in the expectation of being
speedily rejoined by his youug bride. A half
hour or so elapses, when, the lady not return
ing, he concludes she has retired with her
friend, and throwing himself on the bed, is
soon in a sound slumber, from which he is
awoke in the morning to find his wife not only
still absent, but that she has fled the premises
in company with Bloom. Search for tiie fu
gitives was at ouce instituted, but without
success, when about .'.o'clock last evening, just
as the Doctor and bis friends were about re
turning borne, the lady returned, and implor
ing ber husband's pardon, was forgiven. The
whereabouts of the scoundrel, Bloom, is still
unkuown— Memphis (Term.) Bulletin.
Sugar in thk Ukitkd States.—There are
twenty parishes in Louisiana devoted to the
culture of the cane; tbe total number of sugar
I houses is 1,30f; tbe crop of Ihe past year was
*J2!,540 hhds., estimated at i 55,115,750 pounds.—
There are thirty-four sugar plantations in
Texas, the aggregrate product of which was
:»,799 hhds., of 1,100 pounds each. The statis
tics of tbe trade of the United States show
that the total receipts of the unrefined sugar
into the Uuited States for the year ending
I December 31, 1*.51>, were Sax/CiS tons, against
the receipt in 1858 of 853L1QS tous, and in IKiT,
•_'(>!',li<o tons. Foreign laken for consumption
in IKiti, lOUjttt tons, against '241, 7js tons in
1858, being a decrease in the consumption of
i Foreign in lfv>9, as compared witb l&s>-, of ,=>,7*>4
tons. Total consumption of Foreign and Do
mestic in lt>s!>, 441,1t-4 tons against 338,482 tons
in l-Sf- 1 , and sms><fS tons in loo7—being an in
crease in the total consumption of ISSA com
pared with IKjB, of iRjBM tons, or nearly 11 per
cent., being tbe largest amount ever recorded.
Compouwd Interest If money be loaned
at six per cent, interest, and the interest col
lected annually, and principal and interest
re-loaned, it will increase as follows:
$1,000 in 12 years will increase to 8 2 012 20
25 '* " «291 .>S.4
M ' " IS 4JH S3
100 " - 3l!i 11i1.37
200 " 135.127.79179
300 " " . . 39 Ota. 43t). 143 17
In round numbers, nearly forty thousand
millions of dollars would be required to pay
the debt of ouly one thousand dollars loaned
at six perceut. compound interest for a period
of three hundred years.
One thousand dollars loaned at tec per cent,
compound interest would
In is years increase to 8 2.595.74
} n J? " - 3 14055
I n £ .. 9.5ri4.»4
"« ~. 10 .151 43
| !■" ' 117.H53 98
In 100 " 19 g.s.w.seUrJO
A very respectable sum for a thousand dol
lars to accumulate in only three generations,
CUANOE IN THE PONTAOK TO SWITZERLAND
bt Brbmbn Mail.—Owing to a recent re
duction of the Swiss postage on newspapers
conveyed in the Ureraen mails between the
United States and Switzerland to one cent lor
a single paper not exceeding three ounces in
weight, the combined rate of postage on the
i same between ibis country and Switzerland,
[ay Rccbbbb ana if, wtat be four cents, prepay
ment required, viz:
American and sea postage Scents.
| German postage | «
Swiss postage .1 "
Total ~T m
The three cent rate on newspapers for Swit
zerland, as stated in the foreign postage tables
issued on the sth of March inst., is the United
States and Herman postage only, to and from
the Swiss frontier of Germany, and does not
embrace any Swiss postage.
THE 7JSHATCHM ITI4R
PRINTING OFFIOK,
Comer of Mam and Thirteenth Streets, Richmond,
V ire inia.
This Establishment. (bein« the most complete
Printery in the .South, both aa regards Tvjes, Or
naments, .Vc, nnd the latest and most aaffovod
Machine Presses,) is daily turning out the finest
specimens of
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING,
SUCH AS
PAMPHLETS. CIRCULARS, BILLS OF LA
DING, CHECKS, ike,
POSTERS, PROGRAMMES #■ HANDBILLS.
Particular attention given to fine work for Banks,
1 üblic Offices, Insurance, Railroad, and Transpor
tation Companies, Tobacco Factors, Ac.
THK DISPATCH CARD PRESSES.
„ These new Machines, for Cards, Bill-Heads,
Small Circulars, Lalrels, Ac, are capable of turn
in? on 1500 impressions per hour, thereby enabling
the patrons of this establishment to obtain this
description of work at the shortest possible notice.
Js~h» Prices reduced in proportion to the increase
of speed!
Bri Printing, in various colored BRONZES and
INKS, executed in tbe furthest style of the art.—
In this branch of the business, the proprietors can
safely challenge competition.
THE iEASO N WHY.-The~reasons" why
BOSSIEUX'S STEAM CANDIES are better
than any ether you can ket.are, that they are made
by workmen ol experience who have served regu
lar apprenticeship to the husinet-s. and not L. duty
negroes and pickers up of ths trade, sums' of whom
work six months as helpers, then call themselves
workmen ; that they ars made of the very best re
fined Musars: they are better; made
MOKE UNIFOKM.
WHITER.
GLOSSIER.
j«. «, „,.- HARDER
and CLEANER.
abb they are warranted not to stick or run in any
f.«!R* te .S? "»• "•••nay refunded. He has sold them
BJJfVTH seaeral warrantee for 18 years and never
mh n--w __ No> an Maill itreet
CITYORoci?n C * 0U . N J ,lV MIJ "9HA"ITS AND
snse of iuak?« -I*Jf S Mn & /uotory, for Ihe pur-
F*%tW!wnWs&m
Bt vary rsdueed prlces!vr. T± w »"««s.
ateut, reesfltly purrhased at«..«*. * *•£*"• "*sort
»jw»»f4s--r!&.,„ fiav ,
rSbh™ 25JS &
nraßa-u*--**. **> "S
I, aO, M, DAVJUfPQtT. j
CANDIDATES FOR OITICB.
CITY Ol' RICHMOND.
rrShp
auvJEk Dbab Sib:—without intending any re
daction Boon others, we express the opinion that
your services aa SUPERINTENDENT OP OUR
GAS WORKS, are greatly desired.
As we wish to cast our votes for yoa at the ap
proaches election, we respectfully ask you to aa
aouacs yourself a candidate for that office
Vert respectfully, yours,
W. M. Alerter. Wm. Nott.
David rtTWatson, Wm Gray,
R. Archer, J. W. McKiel.
Edward Sintoti, Geo J. Scammsll,
John Priddf, W A. Elliott.
Woodb'y S. Digelow. Edward Kersey,
L. R. Reins. Geo.T. Baldwin,
Jaa. H. Tanner. Win. A. Clarke. .
Thomas J. Sag by, W. Bodeker.
J.R.Anderson. Win. M.Dade,
Wm. E. Tanner, John L Byerly.
John F. Tanner, Wm. C. Tompkins,
Alex. Delaney, Alex. Craig,
Rob't P. Southall. Ed. W. Smith,
J. H. Daviea. I
Ouvri.K.MKN :—Your note of 20th instant was
handed me to-day, and for the confidence implied
in your request to me to become a candidate for
the mi per intended of the City Gas Works, you
will please accept mv sincere thanks. In reply to
your invitation I will say, as I have said to many
other kind friends who have spoken to me on tiie
subject, that if my fellow citizens desire my ser
vices in tbe position referred to it will afford me
pleasure to serve them I therefore announce inv
self a candidate for the office of SUPERINTEND
ENT OF THE HAS WORKS, and if elected, will
devote all mr energies, with whatever of capacity
and experience I may possess, to a faithful dis
charge of the duties of the office.
mh2S-tds C.CAMPBELL.
JEFFERSON WARD.--VOTE
s#*>-2£forthis ticket,
city council:
R. O. Haskins, John Grennor,
A. A. Raine, James Talbott,
W. H. Richardson,
mh Zs— dtde*
SPPRRfNTJENBRNT OR THS
•CSciTY GAB WORKS.-I respectfully an
nounce myself a candidate tor re-election to the
cilice of SUPERINTENDENT OF CITY GAS
WORKS. Imh23-tde*] JNO. J. FRY.
. ==
JEFFERSON WARD TICKET.
--«s<-2* The following ticket will lie supported by
the voters of Jefferson Ward, at the approaching
Municipal Elections. Try them all again, as they
have proved faithful to their constituents and to
theoitv. fob city council:
Wm. Holt Richardson, John Graenor.
N.B.Hill, James M. Talbott,
R. 0. Haskins.
FOE BUSXUWS Cotrn*f :
William Taylor, C.B. Hill,
R. D. Sanxav. George E. Sadler,
mh2J-tde| Alfred Inloes.
A CARD.—I respectfully announce
«?>-■-*, invself a candidate for re election to the
office of RRRGEANT OF THE CITY OF RIOII
MOND. |inh22-tde*] THOMAS U. DUDLEY
CITY respeet
a»*«-jua fully announce myself a candidate lor re
election to the office of CITY COLLECTOR
mh 24-tde* J. a. HOBSON.
GRAIN MEASIRER.-Being very
BBSJSa- much in need of employment, I respect
fully announce myself a candidate for the above
ofhee. J f elected. I shall dp vote my entire time
and energies to the faithful performance of the du
ties. I solicit ti»suffrage* of my fellow citizens.
Electioa. 4th day of April,
mh 21-tde** GEO W. DUESBERRY, Jr.
A CARD.— I aeata respectfully pre
v»**-—>2» sent myself to the voters .if this city as
a candidate for the MAYORALTY of this city!
mh au-tde JOSEPH MAYO.
GRAIN MEASURER I most rt
*sv_iS spectfully announce myself a candidate
for re-election to'the office of ORAIN .MEASU
RER. Imh2o-tde*| Capt. HENRY DAVIS.
TO THE VOTERS OF THE CITY
OF RTCHMOND.-l most respectfully
announce myself a candidate for re election to tbe
CAPTAINCY OP THE NIGHT WATCH
mhl9-tde* A. WILKINSON.
ff^S^ s SUPERINTENDENT OF THE
-***--?* POOR HOUSE.-Havins lieen solicited
by many friends to announce mv.self a candidate
for the als.ve office, 1 do so with pleasure—and
P'oinise to discharge the duties of the office with
fidelity and to the best of my .ability, if elected.
ni!iti-3w* JAMES L. PHILLIPS
R-CSSs TOTHF. VOTERS OF THK » IT V
«*CS OF KICHMOND.-ln reply to the call of
"Many Voters.''and in accordance with mv own
wishes. 1 announce myself a candidate for the of
ficeof 3APTAIN OF THE NIGHT-WATCH,aad
respectfully so'ictt the votes of my fellow citizens
in the approaching municipal election, pledging
mvr-elf. if elected, to discharge the duties of the
office faith.uliy to the best of my ability.
mh lti-dtc T. C. BAPTIST.
J AM A CANDIDATEI for the"'office
of HIUH CONSTABLE of the city of
Richmond, Imh 15-tde* ] J. 11. McCURDEY.
FOR HIGH CONSTABLE OF
tS-v-B* THE CITY OF RiCHMOND.-I am a
candidate.for the above office, and most respect
fully solicit your votes at the ensuing electioa;
promising faithfully to discharge the duties of the
office with promptness and fidelity.
Respectfully, THOS. A. STAPLES,
mh 12-dtde
HIGH CONSTABLS FOR THE
*K:a CITY OF RICHMOND.--) am a candi
date for re-election to the almve office, and re
spectfully solicit the votes of my fellow -citizens at
the ensuine spring election,
nth 10 - rde FRED. BUTLER
«-qgs» TO THE VOTE RS OF THE
d>-OE» CITY OF RICHMOND.-Baying Ken
solicited by many of my friends ti announce mv
sell a candidate for the office of MANAGER OF
THE POOR-HOUSE, and havin-:. by a late acci
dent, lost my left hand, and thereby rendered in
capable of working at my trade. I roost respect
fully announce myself a candidate and if eleetpd.
pledge myself to discharge the duties of the office
faithfully. JAMES AU.UILLA MAHONE.
mh 7-tde*
MANAGER OF THE POOR.
**^—Bs HOUSE.—I announce myself a oandi
date for re-election to the office of MANAGER OF
THE FOOR-HOjUSE. JOHN PEARCE.
mh6--tde*
SUPERINTENDENT POOR.
urv-Q HOUSE.—I announce myself a candi
date for the office of SUPERINTENDENT OF
THE POOR HOUSE, and if elected I pledge my
sell to discharge the duties of the same faithfully.
Respectfully,
mhS-tde* THOMAS C. EPPS.
TO THE VOTERS IU JaTPRRIU
nKSsoN WARD.-At the reiuest of many
voters in Jeiicr-on Ward. I respectfully announce
myself a CANDIDATE FOR'IHE CITY COLN
CIL in said Ward, at the approaching election.
_nih.t— lm* A. A. RAINE.
HENRICO COUNTY.
TO THE VStTERN OF nfJENR.II O
COUNT V.—lam a candidate for th" of
fice of COMMISSIONER OF THE REVENUE
for the UPPER DISTRICT OF HENRICO CO.,
and respectfully solicit your suffrages at the elec
tion in MAY next. Should it Ire vnur pleasure to
elect me, I pledge myself to discharge the duties
otthe office faithfully. Respectfully,
le7-TuAStIA GEO. W. CARTER.
TO THE VOTERS Ol Ht,.\K It O
<J>CS» COUNTS .-Fklu»w-Citizks<:-I am a
sssdidßta for re election to the office of COMMIS
SIONER OF THE REVEN UE for the Upper Dis
trict ol Henrico county, and respectfully solicit
your support at the election to take place on the
2«i.of May next. If you again elect me. I will
use my utmost efii.rts in the faithful discharge ol
the duties ot my office.
mhtf-lm** W. P. LAWTON.
TO THE VOTERS OF HENRI^
ur-»-E5» CO—I respectfully announce mvsell a
candidatcfor re election lor COMMISSIONER OF
THE REVENUE in the Lower District, at the
election in May. and very respectfully solicit your
votes. Imho-tdeJ JOHN A. EACHO.
TO TIIE VOTERS OK DISTRIt T
NO. 3, HENRICO COUNTY.-By the
advice of my friends, and in accordance with my
own wishhs, 1 announce myself a candidate for the
office ol CONSTABLE, and solicit your suffrages
at the State Election in May next. Respectfully.
mh7-lm» ANDREW J. BLACKBURN.
THE SHERIFFALTY OF HEN.
-aVJS RICO COUNTY.-I hereby announce
myself a candidate lor the above office. Should it
be the pleasure of the voters to el-nt me, I shall
be ever grateful, and will use every exertion to
discharge the duties thereof faithfully and impar
tially. |mh6-td| JACOBS.ATLEE.
tr2S> TOTHEVOTERSOFDISTRICT
urv-Q NO 2.--I hereby announce myself a can
didate for re election to the office of I.'ONSTA
BLE for the above district, and respectfully solicit
your votes in May next.
mh«-3w* GEO. W. THOMAB.
jt""3=a» TO JOHN O. TAYLOR. ESQ.
--auv-S Dsab Bib: As the tune is approaching
tor the voters of Henrico to select a suitable per
son to fill the office of SHERIFF, and being satis
fied, from our long ac.aua.ntar.ee with you. that
yon are aua'ified to discharge the duties of the of
fice, we, tbe subscribers, respectfully request you
to announce yoursell a candidate for the said of
fice, pledging you oar support in ths ensuing elec
tion. __
Dr. A. J. Terrell, Joseph Bernard,
J. W. Crenshaw, Benjamin Walton,
James C. Gordon, Major Ford,
R B. Jones,, 0. C. Brtdgewater,
Wm. E. Wade, Thos. M. Montague,
8. Hsllstern, 8. A. Moles,
Peter Lawson, Simon P. Fin),
J. 8. B. Tinslcy, Hudson B. Ford,
R. A. Lancaster, Aimer Hi.liard.
Wm. A. Barnett, Thomas M. Ladd.
James Oilman, Charles G. Paleske,
Peter 8. Hughes, Henry Nirough,
Robert U. Walton. Geo. TiniberTake,
W. C. Taliaferro, R. E. Ellison,
James H. Malony, Richard Thomas,
E. A. Schwagsrls. Daniel N. Melton,
Feudall Griffin, John Psrkins.
P. Hattorf, Hherwiu MVfiae.
Wu,. Culling worth. Br., E. C. Crump.
J. P. Pord. ja M-ts
atiur^Jf o MESSRS. A. J. TERRELL,
amsasTSßkSr" •'» »1P« sesßest-and m icord-
IJ *-" Wl(Wlal>laul|l I > #uwf *ailHsH*<tO#
CAJTDJDATBS FOR OFFICB
HENRICO COUNTY.
nfSSaa TO THE VOTERS OF DISTRICT
4. HENRICO COUNTY-At the re
a east of many frisruis. I suinousoe myself a can
didate for the oihoe of CONSTABL E, for the above
named District, aad promise, il elected, to dis
cbarge the duties fuithlully. Your suffrages re-
, FLEMING PHILIPS^
t-S%> TO TIIE VOTERS OF HENRI
•Va CO COUNT/.-By the advioa of my
friends, and in accordance with my own wishes, 1
announce myself a candidate for ths office of
SHERIFF OF HENRICO COUNTY, and solioit
your suffrages at tits State election in May next.
As a cuarantee for the faitbful eerformance of
the d-ities of the office. I refer you to all who know
me for the manner in which those duties have lieen
performed during the past three rears that I have
acted aa deputy for the present Sheriff.
Respectfully, your fellow citizen,
mhl-dt2lmy* GEO D. PLEASANTS.
th tT vb t er s or uis
•CStRICT NO. i, HENRICO COUNTY.-I
respectfully announce myself a candidate for the
office of CONBTABLE for the first District, and
solict your suffrages. „ ...
am. Elbctioh—Thu 4th THURSDAY in May
nextT JAS. FENELON BRADLEY.
feM-zm*
r%2&» HAVI!«n BEEN solicited by many
aKa of mv friends and neighbors all over the
county, I announoe myself a candidate for the of
fice of COMMISSIONER OF THE REVENUE
Istnots No. 3 and 4, Henrico county•.
r* WM. D. PEMBERTON. of Sidney.
IOFESSIONAL CARDS.
GEORGE B. STEEL,
DENTIST,
id Residence Southwest corner Main and
irst door above Crenshaw's New Hotel,
1, Va.
an experience of ten years in his profes
eels confident of giving satisfaction to
• may favor him with their patronage,
in
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE
associated themselves in the practice of
YE and SURGERY,
se on Governor street, at the residence
sway. JA«. H. CONWAY. M. D.,
m* PETER LYONS, M. D.
~A CAROT- Dr. BROOCKB has "re
moved his office to 9th street, between
Cary streets,
ours from * to 9 A. M., and from 3 to 4
Tor sale privately, TEN LOTS, fronting
jh-fion Crace st and five on Rro--d St.,
d the Western line ol the corporation,
experienced GARDENER, who under
■ cultivation and management of flowers.
Tor rent. TWO SEATS in Pew No. IS in
Church. nilia-lm
ARCHER ANDERSON,
ATTORN EY AT LAW.
ctice in the Courts held in the city of
. Office, for the present, in Geddia's
mh7—3m
G. M. KROUN, M. 11.. ofTers to the
litiseas of Richmond and its vicinity his
al services, in the practice of Medicine,
. and Surgery,
idence at the upper end of Marshall
nerly owned by Mrs. Chevallie—latterly
ourtney, Esq. mh I—dim*
JOHN S. CASKIE,
aevja ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Has removed his office to No. 2 Law Building, near
the State Court House.
He practices in nil the Courts held in the city of
Richmond and county of Henrico. fe 14—ts
■C^ii 5 * LAWRENCE S. VIA RYE,
»*---2*> . ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Practices in the Courts of the City of Richmond
and the Counties of Henrico, Hanover and Caro
line.
He is also Notary Public and Commissioner of the
United States Court of Claims. •
The partnership Irstwecn Mr. Chastain White
and himself being dissolved, his office is now on
11th street, just below tioddin's Hall. fe 13-ly
jft-r=» HENRY HUONALL,
»Ka ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Practices in all the Courts held in the city of Rich
mond.
»■•». Also, practices regularly in the County and
Circuit Courts oi Chesterfield.
As Notary, will rake Depositions and Acknow
ledgments. Administer aud Certify Oaths, and per
form whatever other duties pertain to the office of
Notary.
Offioe at the corner of Bank and 11th streets, just
Leiow the Custom- House. ja 31—ly
K-tgSsa hawesr.suttonTattorney
aeVHk AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC—
Practises in till the Courts of the city of Richmond
and the counties of Henrico and Goochland. Office
corner Bank and 11thstreets. Richmond, Va.
ja 12—3 m*
***qjjj*s» PARKE FOINDEXTER, ATTOR
ae-OSs KEY AT LAW, RICHMOND. VA.,wil)
practice in the city ol Richmond and in the coun
ties of Chesteriield, ISwndm and Amelia.
WfwOffice in Lisle's Building, oorner of Main and
14th streets. ae 23—If
BALTIMOB B AanfJ ■!■ ajiggaiamMieMp
a NEW WHOLESALE HAT HOUSE,
NO. *SBB R.ILTIMOBS Strkkt, Bktwbkx
Charles ami Habovbb,
T .,.,... ~ BALTIMORE. MD.
JAM X S H . li X N li U It V',
OF SOBTH CABOLIBA,
(Late with iieo. A. Warder A C 0..)
Would respectlully unite the attention of country
merchants io their largo and entirely new stock of
STRAW. PUR. CASSIMERE, WOOL and SILK
HA re, ol the latest sty les. (or the spring trade.
Having long experience in business,and very su
perior facilities in obtaining our supplies from
manufacturers, we feel conlideut that we cm offer
ladneementa to country merchants in both quality
and price, and we would l>e pleased t.i have you
call and examineour stock when yon vis-1 our city.
Orders promptly attended to. Hsts manufactured
loonier. JAMES H. BENBURY A CO.
fe bS—eodSn
OA LTUttOHfe. OLASS WSMRRsZ
i» Being in fall operation with three furnaces, we
are prepared to execute all orders for WINDOW
GLASS.of all sizes, and of the favorite and well
known BRAN D 8 that we have been manufacturing
l"r sixteen veais, vis :
BALTIMORE Ft R.sT
CHESAPEAKE.
PATAPBCO AND
Also. GLASSWARE, of al! KINDS and COLORS.
JJ me Bottles, all kinds, j Pickle ie Preserve Jars,
Porter Bottles. S yr up & Cordial Bottles.
Mineral Water Bottles, | Vials & Patent Medicine
Specie Jars, | Bottles. Private Mould
K'SBUS, Ware of ail kinds and
Rj.-Sy°JjS*v— iDrugeists' Glassware.
IMPORTERS, M A U F A 0 T UR E R S AND
AGENTS
FRENCH WINDOWa'nD PLATE GLASS,
Alum. i Roll Brimstone, ! Blue Vitrul,
Copperas, | Castile Soap, | Borux,
Epsom .Salts, Castor Oil. Bat Logwood,
Bi Cart, Soda, I Linseed Oil, I Glue, alt kinds,
8a Soda, I White Lead, Varnishes, do.,
!>aleratus, i< rencb Zinc, Whiting, Putty
Saltpetre, | Paints * Colors. I Sand Paper, Ac.
BAKER. BROTHERS * CO.,
- — 32 and 34 South Charles st..
_/ e _ 2B r ,m flaitiaßOTe.lid.
11/HEELWRIGHT, MIJnvBS at 16.',
» * I OMMISSIONPA PER WA UEHO USE,
Dealers in Printing, Writing, Blank Rook. Hard
fff*«-S-£-*-**"ii*. ll PAPERS; Bookbinders'
k-f eSEHs*:"& CL 2£3k Js™*" *«• Domestic
RAGS; Bleaching POWDERS; ALUM, * 0 . ho.
14 Hanover street, corner of German street.
Janp-dsua BALTIMORE. MD.
gEMOVA lT ~" * ~"
W. S. ft <J7 DONNATV,
. IffPOBTBBS ANDDKALKKSIN
NE AND HEAVY HARDWARE, CUTLERY.
SADDLERY, AND GUNS,
RICHMOND, VA.,
Have removed from No. 19 Pearl street, to their
l!n%l^^tWlnll J
hKNOR STREET,.near Main, where they amy
lie found by their friends and customers in fu
ture.
By various arrivals from Enrland, and from
in-intilacturers at home, we are in possession of a
full and complete stock <T ail the articles in our
line, whichi have been selected with uiiicii care,
putcliased from ihe manufacturers direit. with
especial reference to tiie wants of the Virginia,
North Carolina, and Tennessee trade, and which
we offer at prices as low as any regular house
whatever.
Our new store is situated in the heart of the city,
equal distanco from the various hotels, and in its
erect i. v we have spared neither labor nor expense
in rendering it as convenient and perfect in its ar
rangements as any hardware establishment in the
country, and we do not doubt customers will find
it one ol the most cheerful, pleasant and comfor
table houses iv which to make their purchases
tliev have ever visited.
We bog leave to tender to our friends our Krate
Jul thanks lor the literal patronage extended to us
lor many years past, assuring them that we will
endeavor, by every means in our power, to merit
a continuance of their favor and confidence.
„ , „ W. S. AO. DON NAN,
~ . J>ew Iron r ront Block, Governor street
Orders will receive our prompt and careful at
tention. _ mh is-di2to»it*
ING, I SS«.
JS WORT)S~7v; THAW.
. RICH MOM), VA . '
N0 .115 BROAD STREET.
we have received our new Spring stock of re
tailing
__ DRY GOODS,
we are prepared to exhibit a handsome variety
of LADIEM' URKSS GOODS,
Including MOURNING GOODS oi every desenp-
Our stock this season will present incensed at
tractions in ever* department
we solicit a call when you are making your pur
oh Ht ß la . J ■ P- SWOROsT
_"»" »*<■■ | WM. 8. THAW.
•THIBAt'CO BOX AND BUILDERS'
,*,» v ~ „ LUMBER FOR SALE.
. Oak, «, Button Wood and 1 inch OAK BOARDS.
■CfiSODAu 9
WHITE: PINE, rrom 1 inch to l inches thick.
Oak and Cedar POSTS. 8 feet and la feet Ion"!
'"shingles 1 " 1 Wo * * ** p * ,nch C * ,, -P** K W
WSj"*? l ! 0r various thicknesses.
Large stock of Virginia PINE, ail sues.
Priosa low and terms f&vorabts,
v ,v »BAAC J. MERCER AUG..
uuif-las »ssr Mayo's Budge.
E. irtlWrT. emmet mi aad Mais st*.
set us* for BlUfr I*-** llllll ' scoria "tAsap l . **d
MBDICINBB.
iiMhMweCv^stXTn^tTj^vxT^ir
II HELMBOLP*B EXTRACT RUCIIU.
HELMHOLD'S SXf RACT BUCHU
HKLM9OLI>'M EXTRACT BUCHU
SgfcifllorD-s extWact Sucfiu
The Oraat Diuretic, The lire at Diuretic,
The Ureal Diuretic, The Great Diuretic,
The Great Diuretic, Tbe Great Diuretic,
The Oreat Diuretic, The Great Diuretic
A positive and specific remedy for diseases oi ths
Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy,
S ladder. Kidneys, Gravel, Drossy,
ladder, Kidneya, Gravel, Dropsy,
a'nTl AM ffiilVAHM*OfV Ttti' o "''
AltfJ ALL VIatuAOISB Or 188
Sexual Orcans. Sexual Organ*. Sexual Organs.
HEI.MBOLD'S EXTRACT OF BUCHir
I Is a certain, safe and speedy cure, from whatever
I cause they may have originated, and no matter of
I How Lone Standing, How Long Standing,
How Long Standing, How Long Standing,
How Long* Standing, How Long Standing.
It is taken without Hindrance from Business, aad
little if any change of diet,
Is pleasant in its taste and odor.
And immydiate in its notion.
If you are suffering with any of the above distress
ing ailments,
PROCURE THE REMEDY AT ONCE,
PROCURE THE REMEDY AT ONCE,
PROCUKE THE REMEDY AT ONCE,
HEI.MBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
As a medicine which must heuefit every body, from
the simply delicate to the confined and despairing
invalid. *
NO EQUAL 18 TO BE FOUND.
NO EQUAL IS TO BE FOUND.
NO EQUAL 18 TO BE FOUND.
Price Si per bottle, or six for .fa: delivered to
fay address. Prepared by H. T. HELM BOLD.
Depot, 104 South Tenth St.. below Chesnut,
For sale wholesale and retail by
FISHER * WINBTON,
Druggists and Apothecaries.
Ja 17-ly street^
DX. HOOPLA Nit S GERMAN BITTKHB
AND
DR. HOOFLAND'S BALSAMIC CORDIAL,
The great standard medicines of Ihe present nit,
have acquired their great popularity only through
years of trial. Unbounded satisfaction is rendered
by them in all cases, and the people have pronounced
them worthy.
LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUN
DICE, DEBILITY O F THE NER JO US
SYSTEM, DISEASES OF
THE KIDNEYS,
$md all diseases arising from a disordered liter et
weakness of the stomach and digestive organs, are
spf.e.dilu and permanently cured by th* GERMAN
BITTERS
The BALSAMIC CORDIAL has acquired a repu
tation surpassing that of any similar preparation
extant. It will cure, without vail, the most se
ver; and long standing
COUGH, COLD, OR HOARSENESS, BRON
CHITIS, INFLUENZA. CROUP, PNEU
MONIA, INCIPIENTCONS UMPTION,
nnd has performed the most astonishing cures tier
known of
CONFIRMED CONSUMPTION!
A few doses will also at once check ami cure the
most severe DIARRHtXA proceeding frcm Colo in
THI BOWIW.
These medicines art prepared by Dr. C. M. Jack
son A Co., .Yo. 41S Arch street, Philadelphia, Pa.,
and art sold by druggists and dealers in mr.dicinet
everywhere, at 78 cents per bottle. The signature of
C. M. Jackson will be on the outside wrapper of
tach bottle.
In the Almanac published annually by the pro
prietors tailed Everybody's Almanac, yen will
And testimony and commendatory notices from all
parts of tie country. These Almanacs are given
mwayby all our agents,
PUKCELL, LADD A CO., Agents,
_Je 11—dfccwly_ Riohmond. Va.
II UPTURKCUREJJFOR FIVK DOLLARS
IV -DR. SHERMAN'S meat 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 desired, we
will cheerfully refer to any of the very numerous
« persons who have been thoroughly cured by this
Truss. Persons owning valuable slaves thusafflict
. should procure one. they being so durable, and
t cheapest in the sno. We wilt send this Truss
any part of the country by Express or mail.
For the Truss, or information concerning it, ad
dress C. C. JAC KSON.
No. 17 Main street, Richmond, Va.
Persona not knowing us, can send their money to
any merchant or friend in this city.
The Truss can Ire had also at Messrs. MEADE A
BAKER'S and MILLSPAUGUAJOHNSTON S,
Druggists. my9-ly
MEim Al. CARI».-l)r. PLUME otters htsaer
vices to ths public in thetre.itmentor.ill secret
diseases. Twenty years' practice in the alove
branch gives Dr. P. a claim to public favor.—Office
on Franklin street, near the Exchange Hotel, and
third house below Trinity Church, same side. Al
ways on hand, a supply of the "CHEMICAL EX
TRACT OF FLOWERS;" one of the very best
renovators for weakened parts now known. Medi
cines sent to order. Alloounnrnications by letter
or otherwise promptly attendee to. Riohmond, Va
LIFE INSURANCE, Ac.
|| MIUIOND AGf-.NI V OF THE SOUTH
PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY,
Chartered by the Legislature or Virginia in lata.
« ai>it:il-->.'...0.00ii.
HOME OFFICE, ALEXANDRIA, VA.
Insures on the Cash aud Mutual Plan,
>t bbc teas.
HENRY W.THOMAS ANGUS R. BLAKKY,
T.B.ROBERTSON, JAMES T. CLOSE,
ED. BANGBTER, WM. D. MASSE'/,
1)k. R. H. STABLER. THOMAS T. HILL.
GHRIST'K NKALE, RICHI) 11. CARTER,
P. D. LIPSCOMB, ROBT. F. LESTER,
SILAS BIGLOW. 8. T. STUART.
WM. M.TURNER, WM. WRIGHT.
HENRY W. THOMAS, President.
T. B. ROBERTSON, Vice President.
THOS. T. HILL, Treasurer.
WM. WRIUHT, Secretary.
JAS. T. CLOSE, Actuary and General Agent.
Applications for Insurance granted, and policies
issued and renewed on the most favorable terms,
in tlic above Company, at our office.
■ B. A. COCKE,
L. G. CLOSE,
Mth St., Exchange Hotel Buildmr.
ooS-oin Richmond, Va.
I>IRK INSURANCE."
MARINE INBURANCE.
_ (Incorporated 1832.)
THE VIRGINIA FIRE AND .MARINE INSUR
AN'CE COMPANY.
Kh»omee No. 131 Main Street, Richmond."*!*.
Capital and Surplus, .fZyu.uOi)!
Th:soomi»an*y hastheadvantagee€ twenty-seven
years' experience in the Insurance business, and
having enjoyed the favor of the public during all
of that period needs no special recommendation to
the citizens of Virginia.
It effects Fire Insurance in city an.l country, and
Marine insurance to all parts of the world.
Its cash caastal and surplus are as above, and its
nmurs are managed prudently, hut liberally, and its
rates are as low as those of any other good institu
tion. DIRECTOVS :
W. L. Cowardin, J. E. Wt.dtworth, Patrick Cullen,
Joseph Allen, Win. lite:s. Geo. W. Smith,
Horace L. Kent, Thos. Sainton, B. L. Winston,
Wm. Palmer, Chas. W. Purcell, Jno.N.Gdrdon,
Alex. R. Parker, Jos. P. Winston. Arch. Thomas.
Jas. A. Inloes, il. A. Clailxirne.
Apply to the President or Secretary, in person or
bT J. et -*\ r .-, , w - L * COWARDIN, President.
Wm. Willi*. Jr.. Secretary. je»—ta
SPRING lOitn
lOUU. IMPORTATIONS. lOUvJ.
ULNTI 11. ALVEi .V* \HENTS
IMPORTERS AND .JOBBERS, '
Rich mom), Va.
We would call tne special Httetitinn of the mer
chants ol Virginia and North Carolina visiting our
market this Spring, to our unusual large stock of
Foreign Goods ( it our importation, which we will
offer at as low prices as any house in the country •
we enumerate in part:
WHITE HOODS, DRE.«S TRIMMINGS,
SILKGOODS, THREADS.
iii^^'?- 0008 ' FANCY UOODS.
HOSIERY, SMALL WARES.
ttS&Sie* GENTS' FURNISHING
K.BBONS, r GOODS. of all kinds.
thave als > established a manufactory for
TILLAS, CLOAKS Hiid Ladies' WRAP
S generally, and will be prepared to exitibit
c variety of these SeSMte, ol the newest styles
-•.terns, n>.-tde exclusively at home. We so
SB examination of our stock, being doteT
imiied to offer every inducement to .Southern buy
ers to mike their purchases in our market,
mh -l-lm WINTER. AuVKY A ARE NTS.
KNITTING AND MVMM. VIM IIIN Km.
* ".W ceiebrHf.TsEWlN,
MACHINE, invented by J. E. A. GIBBS, of Mill
Point, Pocahontas county. Va. Many of these
Machines have been sold recently in tins city all
ol which give entire satisfaction. Those wishing
Si K, rt„ , - mv :*■*£■& *r-- LL . -* I * l -". rkua-.lb'
Mai mine, are assured that the superior merits
cmimed lor it, can lie relied upon, and for general
use. is unsurpassed. All interested should not
fail to examine this Machine lieiore purolntsiiiir
elsewt.ere. Price, from $«J to SUOeHch
AIKEN'S FAMILYKNITITNG MA
CHINE, a pew and useful iriveimon for knitting
hosiery of all kinds. For sale by '•'"'
DARBY * JOHNSON. Agents,
p b a «."• w st., Riohmond, Va.
• p - 8 TAgents wantedl in Virgiui*. North Caro
lina and lennsssee. Ife ls-2ml JJ. A J
VIRGINIA
BURNING AND LUBRICATING
-7erV*E"! KA «AWHA COAL
PAN\. .consisting of Baa** citizens of our am
State, has appointed us Agents lor ths sale' ol
' JUSTLY CELEBRATED
BURNING AND LUBRICATING
umeif" ° f WUi ° h * wa "»»»*« C » o^s L an J d unad.l
-tt!hrou^ Vo,.t , . 11,l l,- n «, 1,, . n ? M'-■■*»las and
tiroughout the State to our supply, which
fe S? * •***■*rVeS;Br»
BTKR "ll* ***'* HUfjiVo GROUND
bored~7or th. »7.T-r c -* u ----"'»*r has earnestly la
Doreo, lor the w » t four years, to exclude Northern
AM l,y ,h ** ••wbii.hmen"of nHome
osivfU irom the North, aud claims a perfect suo
toTis 2atro£ £i i* 1 r ' l »™>i- gratVfal thiSS»
SLi k.'KL ""* *? d ***?-* f l »I»»rm all interested
k** «>"aa>lnied his improvements that will
i u * >p,J ' *--»*
his stock ol Lump is heavy, (liaaed upon the
innreeeafl use ~/ \ superior arbs i
.?R U ' 6 »*--[•»», WindsoM Nova .Scti.:,
•"< wl »J w "»fereßoe to its nehaessiß
SHriiilJi -""i* ri -*- "-Urtation of bis maud
siiai i bei sustained at every effort and cost, and be i
ssuonly an exaeriinsntal trial ef those uao have
not ssade of this laluabU ftrtiUt,r. j
JB i- in H CLAIBORNE, No. 11 Pearl at.
NIOTH'If.. | i.a uadersixaeii inviag been en
isred intl.* LUAIBKR BL'WNriSS for sev
fi .2r** r ** f 2 f "t H. WhitltKk A Sou. begs leave
ro inform bis irieuds and acsuaiatsnue* bo-tA iv
}£.H VJW .? or S #r of *Mh. and Hook sUeeu. ia
F mt A ot J\* V- b j, i>*»»"forUs. aad will kses on
O LEU. SAWED LATH*. *s . sate M isaaoU
aWa teems. Jfa W- l«|*S .W*lf. TKELUp
*,t v ™
*' ths estate of Babtlktt Tvlsb. dsoNI. are re
auuenlilßSf
dT VtPl VwsbH |P «^ r '^ P BJBJ
1 rom aiALni ABtD mmn. I
H FOR RENTr-The DWELLINO-HOI si-T, '
anHwitli'i rooms, out buildings, larg« lot. we : >.f
I annlarnter.ne., resentl* oeeupied hy the sals-un
bar, situated on Leish street, opposite Adair a.
Pusaaaaioß givea iniuiediately.
Also, the upper part of my STORE, comer Mb
and Marshall stiosu.
inh Q-3f Ji«C«- L. W.-'NDLE ,'.
SR A Rat OrFAR !-The under*isned wi>h-
M to aell a LOT, belonging to him. in St. Jo
seph. Missouri. Pnoe vsry reasonable. Fine
chanoe for speculation. Call upon
,■- i WM. H. PARKF.R.
JS* Pz*l At Suor Is A Thaw's. US Broad »t.
fate nf^i*r. R,£s -T- A fiß -» FAMILY RES I.
ma HENCE, in a pleasant part of tbe city.
.^•t I ?** COURTNEY'S.
Juha-St* )U Broad street.
dfatJa* SjLJIID' t •-ffJCS ICILOTNG,
HFRAMESTABI.K and LOT. on 10th street,
anniformerly occupied hy Messrs. Mason A Burns
as a tattling establishment. Apply to
nth 21-St OEO. 8. PALM ER.
4T*ft rJt, OR . HENT-A comfortable i!N| CX
jfIDWELLING.on 6th street. North ol Leigh
™-street, containing eight rooms aad passages,
with gas throughout; hydrant water in tbe ya.d. a
brick kitchen with two good roams, aad the other
usual conveniences al>out tbe premises. Immedi
ate possession can be bad. Apply to
THOS. J. BAGBY.
General Agent, Wall street,
mh2o--6t Under St Charles Hotel.
jf£ FOR SALE OR RENT—A newHOLSE
■gin Sydney, on Main street, inst beyond the old
-"■•Fair Grounds. It has six Rooms, with a kitch
en, and is in nice order. Immediate possession will
be given. Apply to JAMES B. PHILLIP*, Clay
street, between Monroe st. and Krooke Avenue, or
to 8. K. PHILLIPS,
Bsh hi - St/ At tbe Sheri IPsOftice._
'•£«. ROOMS F4IR RENT.-Two ROOM.S for
fig rent, in the attic story over the sulsioriher's
*™etore. JUAN PIZZINI.
mh 14-U No. 128 Mats st.
FOR RE NT-One large FRONT ROOM.
ES!over Store 172 Broad street, below Oth. Apply
■Baton the premises. m!i 3— ts
|th MOUSE FOR RENTT-I have lor rent a
■fIHOUSE, situated near Mr. James Tyler's on
•a™. Union Hill, containing four rooms, kitchen,
coal-house, Ac. Rent to a good tenant will i« rea
I We. RO. B. LYNE.
Agent for Hiring Out Negroes,
Renting Out Houses, as.,
I—ts Office Metropolitan Hall
FOR RENT.-fhe large FACTORY on
'ary street, tretween lir-h anJ 11th streets, near
'utilop, Moncure A Co. s, suifalile for a To
y Factory, Warehouse, or Manufacturing Ee
ihinent. Enquire of E D. Eacii>.
»-t£ KENT, PAINE A CO.
FOR F ENT.-S I'ORE No. 19. em ~M SB
treer, now occupied t>> Wm. P. Butler A Son.
'ossession giver, on the 15th of March. Apply
|fe3-tsl WM. H. LYONS.
BOOTS. SHOES, &c.
AT I 6ST,
AT COST. mt, ■
AT COST,
nencing today. We are of'ering our new
id well assort ..ii stock of
IBS',
MISSES'.
CHILDREN'S.
GENTLEMEN'S,
BOYS' am.
SERVANTS'
BOOTS AND SHOES,
»ry style and description,
i undersigned, wishing to make a change in
business, do therefore oiler their entire stock
KITS, SHOES. Ac. AT COST, FOR CASH
.rly call is greatly desired, as we are sure the
i will not fail to nlease.
M. A H. MY KRS. 235 Broad St., above Ist.
I.—Merchants, Farmers, and others, who are
ntof anything in our line will find it ttrsatly
ir interest to give us a cali.
M. A 11. MYERS,
t-lm ___ 296 Broad St.,above Ist.
OR EAT R EIU CTION IN THE rV
PRICE OF HATS AND BOOTS.-LI
From 16 to 30 per cent, saved by fans ■*^ m
kirg from J. H. ANTHON V,
,? Columl-ian Hotel building.
Moleskin Hats of best quality, 93 60; do. second
quality. 3 00: fashionable Silk Hats, 180: fine calf
skin sewed Boots, I SO; Congress Gaiter Boots. 3 36
--fine calf skia sewed Shoes. 3 26.
J. H. ANTHONY htw made arrangements witb
one ol the best makers in the city of Philadelphia
to supply him with handsome and BBbstantial call
skin sewed BOOTS, which he will sell at the unpre
cedented low price of THREE HOLLA RS AND
HALF\ ooJS-dAwla
rfc A NOTHJE THAT «ANNOT d% m ,
I-HK CONTRADICTED Is." A.N ne)See9ky
We arc t.ow prepared to furnish our
customers, friends and 'lie public, generally, with
any kind of BOOTS in I SHOES tint ther may
w.iut, either ol our own manufacture or imported,
either for L.idies. I'entiemen, Misses, Boys. or
Children, ol the latest styles and ol the liest .mail
itv. We also keep on band a lar.tn assortment of
TRUNKS and BONNET CASES for Ladies, of the
iuo«t approved styles and hnest -luality. Also.
CARPET BANS and VALICESof every style and
description, all ol which will he sold k»w aithei by
wholesale or retail, he ALEX HILL A. CO.,
Manufacturer- and Importers ol Hoot., :imi .-'hop i.
Uf Maui xtr-et, Richmond, Va.
avypK OIK ASSORT.MEN TOF TKl>Ka
4?Vjsn , ' , '' ,Kl! - , -- i •<> l''t-rt ol the following, viz :
-•WfawfllOiiiit'B Solid Leather. Sole Leather and
Iron rrame 1 run«s; Gent's Ashland and Plata
Vslices; Ladies' Sole Leather. Eugenic, Freueb,
BeUian and Dress Trunks; Ladies Bonnet 8...\.-s;
Ladies' Frsaeb Reticules; also, a l*r<e assort
merit ol low priced and Pmbbßß Trunks, in meat
variety. Those mwantot anytbmg ia the Trunk
line will find our stock and our price* ex
tremely cheap. MARCUS HARRIS k. BRO..
Main St.. next to American motel
wrfs T RINK a) Albav VALI€KS.-The
faBB-j\Kubscril>ers have now in More the
wsssiaaiiurtßsentei Trunks and Vali.-es that has
ever been offered for rale in this city, m*deex
presslv to their onto. All in want ol a good Trunk
or Valtce wit please -rive us a call. *
ALEX. HILL A CO., 127 Ma-nst..
Richmond.
BTTK *y X YOIHH EARING APPAREL
sMlsTl''-' 1 ' 1 "''- er articles in s< ute ol <;. HELLER
CO.'S best finality Trunks. Just re
ceived the largest stock in town, at very low
prices ls'J Broad street.
Jtmi BOOTS, shoes, fee.-The attii"
sSßjnnnnfftipnaf the public is respectfully asked to
my stock of boots and Shoes, consisting of every
variety of style and quality, for Ladies, Gentle
men, Misses, Boys. Children and Servants. I hhall
continue, as heret4.fore, to mauulacture as exten
sively an any other house ia the city everything ia
my line that may be called for, and shall, as i have
always done, use none but the liest material
that cau tie anywhere. Persons desirous
ol purchasing Richmond made Boots and Shoes
are assured that they will findauood assortment
SLfl . Ti P T IC,, » ■•J"*" f, o"*'*0 "*'* can be had for at
the establishment. No. 93 Main street
J ' N P_C PAGE. Jg^
m BOOTS AND SHOES-GREAT A i
Jg K S* -CTION IN PRiCKS.-CHAS .as*BBBBTy
fsßßjnr.lll.K. Broad street, between 2d and 3d
keeps a stock of Ladies'. Gentlemen's and
Servants' wear constantly on hard, and defies any
body in Richmond to compete with him :n his line
as he manufactures to order, and superintends
blßßßStrr I»e 14-U | «'HARLKS RE HI E
HATS AND""(gJLJ'ar'
ru TO THE SOCTIILRSI IKKD%2. |«
***HATS. CAPS, AND* STRAW GOODS I **
FOR SPRIMi,
R<). L. I) iTTk INS ON,
n Main street. Richmond. Va.. Mannfaetarer and
Uealei in all kinds of Huts, Caps, and Straw Goo.'s
nas in store, and offers to tbe Southern trade ou
the »/i(i.4i jnoura'jle terms,
AT WHOLESALE ANI) RETAIL.
HATS ;i " d oo,Dp ■ e -* , MHMIW STOCK ol
feXSD
STR \ W I'oiinv
Of the latest and most fashionable ' '
erchanU visfUng this market will find it to ;netr
rest to call and examine lor tnemselves be for a
:hasin<. To tho>c who >.i,y for «a>a, v <,/„,„.
uiisi will be mad,.
MILITARY HATS AND CAPS,
ut evers description, furnished at the ihofteat no
tice and on the most favorable terms.
His DRESS SILK HATS cannot be excelled In
style, neatness, or hnish. A call is most resueet
lullv solicited. RO. L. DfCIIjfBON.
.Successor to Btuford, Dickinson A We-si er
_nih i— Bay, ■ *
aS P R TSi « s T V L EOF
SILK HATS,
... . s,,w BSADT AT
1V„ I*7 Bfl fcLI - KTT * WF.ISIUER'S.
Co street, opposite Uie Exehangs Bank.
the Trade block,
metropolitan,
D'ORSEY PARIS,
, un .. . AND YOUNG GENTS
n. v 2°~ A handsome assortment of Freueb BOFT
ha rs. ellp:tt a weisigeh.
fel4-ts No. I*7 Main st.
a GREAT CMARtE TO BL'Y HATS,
Ra-tft-u* 1 I 2. LA . K k "-*» CHEAP VKkV
W<>*f* Of HATS A.N I
caisai COST.—Havtas deteriitiued toeleeeoai
my suiekol U.iSs and Caps. I shall sell bom tbu
day my Stock, winch is .cry large and well selstlsij
at cost for cash, how is the chance lor thees ii
waut oi Hats and Caps to bat low-a Ueas at *4
ls4y« t^^A#a JS- fe tf* »■'-- ReSawoftb 9*M
lot 4A60, a 14 lor *3, a $3 So lor igl.U). aud a f3 bo
h2.t.N> ii.m.eroiis t.. mention; Caps Irom •» „.in.
to »*. lam determined U> sell off all of my stock
so that alltßAeaea in want can save J) per .ent. bt
cal iii< at 20. Br«>ad street. I have all .-I ihe Utr
styles of soil Hats and Dress Hats of mv own m in
iifaoture. HaU made to order at ths shortest no
*">•• WM. T.MOORE.
NOTICE TO THE TRAVELING
I he umlerMEiied bavins lately i»ur< based «>f A
.{• **alters the entire «i«« * ol Horses. Buggies.
Hai k«, Ac. are now ready to aceomiiHtdate the
traveling i.uMio with all kinds of V EIIH.'LK.s.
from a Sulky to a lour hor»e Coach, at the shortest
notice, to any sari ol the adjoining States, on the
moat reasonable terms.
We will always have OMNI UI'SSES at tiie ho
le.s and depota to convey p*»*eiigerk to any i,»i ..f
the ton a.
They aiesl. cths
MAILCONTIACTOU
on all Ibe Stage Line, leaving Daavills, aad wd.
spare no puns to accommodala the travehux mni>
be with *.Ksi audcoinforuble Coaches. Teams***!!
steady and sober drivers. mtmm.mmv
Persons wishing euytbiog iv tbeir line of bus.
ne.. will do well to call on theundersirnsd atihr
Tuiistall House, which is the hTaGA o*'tMrt •'..
alfths different baas fc U * * lt ** 1 *"
Tbsy alto bare a STAGE LINE reauiag Iron
Keisvillß.oa ths Richmond and DaJiv"li«Tßruliuid
to Randolph Mac..v C.uleTe and tolßuydtou IS?
*Miiß.
* HlhlH hHsllHCffxEmas^s.Haa
_ .. BBBBBLTh* .
■AttllOAD-f #e^
VIRGINIA~CKNT»AI s',^
after,he ~t di»'
run Iretweea fccta»oad aa*' , M, i' fILS
OFFICE SUOUBUN.Iag^?
j I, j R" Mobb, Jsjfß.la?
ffl?u>mv "■;•»■-£
TRAIN on this Road w, • 7 ACCOip-Wl
Daily (except Banda*„«" ~0 *"»-
Tuesdays and Prhaws '*%."' f
Daily (except SasaysTat"
Tuesdays and Frulaysat ■ •• ■■~
l-.^V^^;a«nJ^^^»SMJK
Taesdsy. and F^da,.*t" 1T " **-"•» '' **•
i-,^^^-ifcto
anJ a T l h „a!^i ea M M reTl , ;r «^W
Freight Trains leave an"' ' r "'« •***}
Wednesdays and Saturday, " « C
aaa^BUlaSV^sattS
leave as follow.: "" r ~* * aui ag
I.SAVE BtCHMo<irifoß» IT .. '
\i.ress. daily, except SiiiidaVli * U,! *-»
Mail, daily at ' * M — -n.
Express,daily at """cm,,,-. •
Mad, daily, except SaadayeT at •All
r.t*sen*ers for Clover lj ~Yi,;:— »Si
\*B& _ . gag
I
•Joat TEMPEST. Capt r., ~?' !
Boat MERCHANT Ca*. Gs» ftP
Boat BHISTO!.. Capt Ch, !„. M -H
Boat J. J. IRbTF, CaaU Wn V S?**
B..at FAM rf Ctpt. Vta II Fit " ,T «*u
Boat OLIVIA, Cant .1 pVrSf*
These Boats are all of '!,e frl-r
by ctrr-ful an) exm-net-rci Cast*^*"***
rotßsatfa*vurs,hsM»oo,-t ; u,H r ,; (;
AUhe Shed. Dock St.. in rearnf j^'i
WATCHES, JEWELRY *c
tjDjL He litis removed Hem tne »..„,...
SBRaBBB. name srew ret'own^f 1 ■'"' i
An,! ins fheads ia aenair are til mis
..it slyly hothwshs. for a tatter mfmSi
\\ Mere bis Clocks an,! bis
lie sous the ..Id soars ~f Tom tftoi .' '
A sure sign thai his business is timv„!'"'*"■
A!., ln.lv-the Brrtesottbs rrdsttrihtt'fc,
Wbaladsoceol atrsdsksissriv7s7'*
cV ." XC ' l h ' ,n nH "'l> •" «-o Kent.l'v 9 ,v
I .Inst, above blaze m ,| r y % v .....i ~
To.ctl.er they'll B*edvs,BluT« prVn ' „,
As any recorded in s'ory ■'•"•> J«<»
... W J InßThMnatea
Watch and Work Mak,, V,^*,
Juli r '* e BasTsrsigaed takst let | •„.,, „
<su*envn<'iiiice t.. the rii'.: ,• >•,,.,.'„' '
tne LITIIOGRAPlll.: |-Rivri\ ;tsT.V G
MENT of Messrs. R ITCH IK * offli®
lv consequence nt thiseaaaii ia no sHi.
am ohhsed to se<l put my pretest ■*! * *
want of PINE .1 KVVU.rl?w,«?.ft<'V
f'ahi'v 'rW! 1,, . t1,e ', r inter,,sl *l£a.,
Sriff r««aS Alj L J * *** ' -- n| J tntesd to gV'LL UP
w in- °' S i V**".* ? "" e ' TtaiiilaaiirfSrai
will I* sold at auction. | HoVm
«..!.,« . ♦ .. NO. l*v Manisti-Mt,
_ mh 10-iin Between HI uhl m „•„:,
ag <H.\Khts LI **MsTth.
n?_% , (A-.kvi rvs JessJtirni
Aanouneea thai he trill an rJm as a
•Wat hit li March, .. well ielPft«d >-. ,
Vvatcnes, Jewelry, ftpeetat tsa iMVaWn
all ol good oii'tlity ami nevli Mle-itss ..; hi
desigaa.,tasteful workunuisliis snd ime ;.
iiiatcrial. to winch be in it., tUe sttei.', .
who :ir P ~, want ot am artn !r in the hue
ll>- flatters himself that fr.xs Inlrai linum
in the busiin-Hs. toyethsr with his •efuntua
»itli the aaanafaeUirsrs, will tuatut hi B em
purchasersfoe<! good* at rsasoaakh iticn v
at 'si Maia street.
i^BnJ3 r A T . CH - £ *'' '-•'■'"'K''-. BPEai '■> - .
JBtVUBvIjI i . repaired in l> :.»t tcvnnirit ii
notice, and atranaeußMs prices,
Ap\ AM) PLATED vTARI-.-S.H4S
ft* J. Keeps eoastaatly oa baas'
aßai^» ( .,'ri.. assertaseal of the skssi bbbb *
to les. eiiil.ritciiu all Hie latest st\t«. vtur- -• 1
Icr.i to Ins friends -md puhlie 01, trie iu<*t r>i»,|
al.le terms. He would call particulst SBbJbm '4
I. ...tuck of f,ne Watches, such i.<Ju>» iirjmn
t. H. Adaaßfl 4V. Son, Alfted Lavatetts, J.r. he
ry, Henry Regnolds Lemon. Jasepb JshSfßl bfl
Cr.ii_-e, and Bthfrf celehrated iiM.fi Hi i.
keeps a larjte as.-ortmentol m ii Dimmr.)lters
iter Riiks. .siiirt Buttons. I)inn..ad CtHst «
BlßglsStsM BreastpitM, for gaatSiSß* \ vn
sesortaasal of ladies' Carbaaeay, Cca. Lsa
Cameo and I'cail Hets,Etraseaa ted 1 m 1*
Chain Br.n-elets. Cha'Uin Cti un, >sc|i.'s»u,
ChariiiN, Sleeve Buttons. Shirt Halloas, he i r
Bets, liol.lets. I'itcliers. SaltCsl irf.fAuaJrusl
Holders, Pish Knives anil Perks, Bern >p-u.
farasus Times, Ice T.-ius. Silver Srwaiul
ks, hue Silver platfu Knives, as.
npius to oiler such indllliSlßßlS tint •'.«*'<
to please in price and qua'ity./ical! iftun*
fully solicited. 8 A. VVM-
Corner sf Main ami i>»;;ia
. übjibm K. «.A I IIKK.II r II HMTUI
' \jjsW"" '[I'll ■•'■! 11.M i'(iVhH.V'< '"
JT_ RuYTWbtEN NAIM AM' KKa>-
nitf||PUatias (oi hanil at tins the •'' -
stocW 4.1 KI'RNIIiRt in-•.*»»■
ottered to his frienjsanil the im!..'. t --»!srfiS '■
of which beirn;
sell for less profit than as meters P»i*f»if. i
itation and Solid > m». \Va!nut. Vits-.M.- "*
Rosewooil CHAMBKR 3LiTl»,froai tSul*
all Ht.lcs Msrbis Top r-vHI.KS, the, fJM
ROBES, from f MIupTTETI-: a TfcTKS.D!'..vH
SOFAS, from an U u to 57i; JfSBfLiM ID
HTKADS, fr..m 99 t.. *7V lesutiful Br-jcsMJ
Plush, la-KtitiKatnl Hair Clotli rAKI.OH HTn
ais... Colchkshhu bed i.oi Stilu a *•■
live per c'Mit less than sas In BBSBraus an
Where; in fact, his stoc» en,.'rices irerj v '
usuaily kept in Ins line. Call nnJ «'^ M
for yourself, aad see bow stack yes sss swts>
f..re piirehasiiu A '".% Ivr<i "*-'"•
meut of Reciimhent. lavatid. Ann. bum **l ft
vo.vmk CHAIR* MATTKI-Sbus Hut •■
Shuck, end BKDIU.Nii. uitia-'Us
MM laAIIULE MlilMW
MajglaV MA.NIr'ACKIKV. ! have •:; -■"
•fa^"* 1 *? a ,ent to ,-arr> . n the -A.'.'-.' ' v
• HARNESS Hi SlMtvßß -« " I " r "L,'
Ri ihmoiid. and to m-e mv BBBM t>- BB ■ ' ■■
oii.v, -Kid to sell on an) terms lie nivj xmatf':;f
Ma-i'ttfith. laW. WM A. It ■■'■
In tukiug charge oi Ihe aheve SBllsreiJ
sir. f he <l;ul to see mv old I' en.J* and '■**
generally, and h- pc l>'v str c ! i
U'necure anil merit a iineri 1 »li ire oi r»" ■*•.
Repauinx done neatiy aad St ths abattssis
t. a. .'.••> fbRPtbaAS.
_inhß-lin !4th su,opi».-«its Ksshssssi '.
Im »'-••» HtttAKl). BBS *»« ' F ."' *
fsaWriber. PHILIP lAi LUh. m .-«,
-\waii purchased of 'ieorrew.oss »«
I .'4.ln. .-an inters, Ks-l . >'• ".»•»! v' l * s -''
-.win. sent bias to Bicbrnoßil lv mi • l tJ,
nulled him wttiitpass to joßSfl ••!,»* iaU
return in one week fr..m ttie d*te »l ■ •■
--•avaa da-ed eirh la Njianibsr. >*• ■ !
a Irce woman wss men living '* , ~
near Peterst.urs. Tne * <•*• ***%"!
emauctpaied by the ..ne I •»'«i*» u ',',•;-,
sold by PullniiiA Davis, -a/■•»*"*--J.7j
•'nellnus. The aN.ve -ewvd »•• » **•*
_ |i ere.Homei,,R.chn.ond. wsrHJU;W .
„_. XI HI MOrsai *« 4l» 1 «.» # fIS \\K
%i| INTRKASII* KACM :! 1
\\ aeribsrbaa -cen sss nil* isriai .<■■
in 1 the city ol Rhhmomi ■•vf"*J ftg i
-JBBU. ant j has at tins time lr-.it. .» t» '» , a g
Ins em ploy iiieul. »nd wl'l. ia ttie SSBiJ" y lt
two. make l*r<e additions so that »-""'. ~, B>
1111: t,i»en th.- story over his •}"•*' f "Tim •*••
BMBUIBCtUrtUg purposes. I»e .> J*'.»i rn K^.,,w pj.'»
ir.y article 111 the elotbisi lIIIS ,Ba l™** BortsVi
in every rssasai. with asetaias "'*,.. ,4-I*#
cities, and BS asks tne patr "' ,", tic. ,J
--and the ptiolic uenerally. in v.ew <«t l "" ~ ,-.,
he is sivuiit euip.4.>iuent » "if "*;",* ~ t*
i.unit-er of mecliiiiics and vvo.tlij W* ■ ~ >
mittht other vvi-e Mirier f.-i f-s -ie. ,■"".",»*
He baa tne t*i.l ol cutters, tad w"***
...in nt t.y »ny h< v.»« vi t'l4; esUatfl- -MS
M »rvland, V ir[ tiiiia. Caroi.nss .nd
SIM KHK.S .uul TW EXItS ••'*''
SIRICTI.V A StH'THKK> \£z\\oee*
INC HOI'SK. ai »!! slull 1* -« ! '- w r 1, r* •»»
laSsertlOU SB not what he ic.tetKis lo*>.""
uo has !>ceti dome lor vests p»»t jaaaßfja*.
ttifm* T * ,u,,,cy,n * t "H^^S^
NB W »f tiK X A> D N 8 W ••55, j
w.k.1.1 ...peeilully ibviW »J»JBKiTsJ
mv trisads sud ths Bohtie ortj,
NEW HTOKK. .No JW bro-vJ »tr«J* ..V*
site Measrs. Breedea * Kos's. sadts aaMjr,,
ASStrRTJiEN-roP tiOODS. •«Asn4st*'
most haspy to utase up at shot 1
sonaMe eriese. -* 1 A Brisd su**-"
N. 8.-CUTTINU rtoißrl'* ekM******
Bibl-liu* ,r
- ' NX» T I If*. -The sahesfbr* Vz^rtd
*«|| fonubVlri?Bd. and the M^»♦,,*
■J VkHleker'. aSytS. •••?.• gTj al^
in all iv briaches. aad wdieits » »»» , 5 **.
'roaage. prenosia* loess every »*•? c 4,„ ~••
pari to give ieueial MtsMaeUori "' ~ yarW
itteiitioß to the l>sfA that be .'•««"'•!? a
uUr atteati.-n to JlfJ" »»#*••'• **
i-RKSislfioCLOTtfBS •» »hs best "^^
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