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Richmond gjispatch.
FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28, 1866.
CoRMpondonM of th? Richmond DUpatch. j
Th? Limerick Traced?.
Frkpfricesbcro, September 27, 1866.
The trial of John T. Robertson for the
munlcr of the Limerick family, in Stafford ,
county, almost within night of tins P1**; '
wu concluded last night, when
found guilty, of murder in the first d gr ,
and sentenced to be hung on the 16th
next month. murder, which |
The pftrticnlars of tl'<; ? ^ c,?^|nUU)d
exceeded in atroc?t> a . ory (,f anv
in this section ly Wvu given in
one now living, have already ,r^k()K#
the Dispatch.
Lo\o Brasch, Hamkax CorNTT, \ a., J
September 2.), 1M?G. S ,
A haatv pencil sketch of matters and j
?bin** ulong the Danville road from your
liti to this place may interest your uu- ,
im'rons readers.
Tht' country lying between Richmond
and the Appomattox river docs not pre
sent a very prosperous aspect in an agri.
cnltural point of Tiew. Boundless fields,
oulv partially cultivated, can be seen m
everv direction. Little patches here and
then", showing rather a unique system oi
calture of tobacco, corn, &c., &c.; and
they, too, looking as if they had contracted
the break-bone fever or some more virulent
malady. Fences in a most dilapidated
condition, some totally destroyed. Scarcely
any new buildings greet the eye as you (
aiR-ed along these farms.
li is indeed a sad spectacle for a V ir
c 1 1) l.m who has seen these fields fruitful
and teeming with all the heart could wish.
But war, that destroyer of peace and
prosperity, has produced this melancholy
state of things. May Time, as it wings its
way onward, smile happily again ui?oi. this j
rC South of the Appomttttyx the scene
changes, and we behold splendid < rol)*
tobacco, with rather inferior corn. This
continues to the Staunton river. 1 ass
iug this beautiful stream, we are in Hall
fax where the lands are more thoroughly
cultivated, and the freedmcn more eon. 1
tented than in any portion of the State voiir
correspondent has visited since the close
of the war. Rains during the summer
have been exceedingly partial in this sec
tion, falling in certain localities, while |
others have had but little ; consequently
there was a considerable check U|K)U the
growth of corn; and the fanners are of the
opinion there is not an average yielu in
the county. Crops of tobacco are very
tine, particularly along tho banks of the j
Staunton. Farmers are actively engaged
in cuttiugand preparing it for market ; but |
we presume it will be several months be- j
lore much will bo sent to your citj.
We attended county court on yestcr- I
day. There was but little business before
this body. c .
There was a political meeting of the l
citizens for the purpose of ratifying the ,
action of the Conservative Convention ,
hi Id in Philadelphia in August last. lion.
Thomas S. l lournoy delivered a very able
address, giving the people an account of what
the Convention did at Philadelphia, and
urging upon them the importance of uni
ting with the Conservatives of the .North (
i'i sustaining the policy of Andrew John
son. I hat he considered the people of the
South in more imminent peril than they j
had been since the surrender of that good .
man General R. E. Lee.
Mr. Flournoy consumed an hour or more j
in his usual eloquent strain, and was
cheered vociferously on taking his seat. J
A series of resolutions were read, and I
adopted by the meeting, endorsing the
Philadelphia platform, and calling loi .
a ^tate convention to assemble in your
city at some future day, which the pre** (
may indicate. j
We noticed upon the court green quite
a large number of Richmond merchants, !
which will give your readers some idea ??! i
the importance of this place; among
them that very enterprising merchant Mr.
1). T. Williams, who proclaimed that lie ,
would present a handsome silver cup to
anv farmer iu Halifax who would carr>,to
the next court a pound of the best tobacco
in III.' county. Now, Mr. William*, do
bring the cup, and you shall have the best
of the weed. . _
We had the pleasure of hearing the Kcv. j
W \. Tyree deliver a very tine discourse j
to a large and intelligent congregation at j
Hunting Creek, a Baptist church, on last
Sabbath, lie has an immense held tor his j
labors, nud is doing mueli good, from the
fact of his wielding a happy influence in j
all his churches. j
There were many ladies In this collec- j
tion, and we were most favorably impress- ;
ed with the female beauty of llalitax.
Very many cases of chills and fever are j
reported in this section.
This place was not on the nuip ol > ir
piuia when your correspondent was a boy,
learning geography ; but since that time it
Las grown to be a plate of vast importance,
and perhaps it can now be found by refer
ent no s .me late editions of the map of
A tru.itiu. It is handsomely situated on
the banks of the Staunton, and is widely
celebrated for its great l*auty and hospi- 1
talitv. There has been some diminution
of the population here owing to the result
of the war; still it continues in a most
prosperous condition, aud promises to l?e as
attractive as ever.
Am ?'i BiiilaUkNbly Lojral" Candidal?
for Governor.
The Holdeu caucus which met in Raleigh
last week nominated as an unmistakably
loyal candidate for Governor Gcueral Al
fred Dockery, and llolden assured the
readers ef his paper that every vote cast
for this candidate wonld " count," because
Dockery was not even disqualified by the
proposed constitutional amendment. The
Sentinel therefore raked up the following
three-year-old letter, which will, we ap
prehend, damage Mr. Dockery very muc]i
in the estimation of Forney and Ben Butler :
LLTTfcK FROM GENERAL DOCKERT.
Dockkkt'h Stork, January 22, 1863.
Dear Sir, ? On mv return yesterday from
a visit to see several sick negroes at Wil
mington, ic/iotn 1 had sent to work on the
fortifications around that place, 1 received
your favor of the 15th instant, informing
me of a report in Raleigh that 1 had been
stumping Montgomery county in favor of ,
reconstruction and again uniting t oith the ,
Yankee Government.
TU story is a most unmitigated false) Mod.
The last aud only speech 1 have made iu 1
that county within the last eight or nine
year* 1 made a short time before the last '
presidential election, in which I plead with
the people to vote for Colonel Bell to save
the country from the calamity of Lincoln's
It ; and the llkat speech I made anv
? uP?n say question, was at our
ln Wl.with Judge Shep
duce 'jfc people ^pup^ralJ^ofa
SXi'sszr Lnj ^ ^
Although I have all along and still enter
tain the ooinion that our natioual troubles
might and ought to have been adjusted
without tho Infamous war in which we aro
involved, for the omiatioo of which 1 hold
the leaden of the northern fanatics and
southern ambitious secession politicians
about equally culpable, I have always ad
flfttf rafMct for tad obedience to tho
law ot the cocntry, and fee! confident that
vkiui the Inaanfty of the preeent day shall
Uf pm$4 $w$j, million*, both North and ,
South, will concur In this opinion. I have
two noiih in JAckxon'tf corjw, on the Kappa*
hfttin<>ck ; two in the Woatern armies, one
of whom received n^Hcvere, perhaps mor
tal, wound in the Corinth battle, with my
I son Benjamin, (who was discharged at
? Richmond after the battles around that
city on account of lost health and imper
[ feet vision.) and son Oliver, supercede*! in
the transfer of the State troojw? in all, six
wn- : and yet, because I exercise the re
maining right of expressing niy opinjonof
the collide of ambitious demagogue* in in
volving our once happy country in this de
str active war, I am constantly slandered.
Please accept my sincere thanks for the
continued evidences of your warm friend
ship.
Respectfully and truly yours, &c.,
Alfred Dockkry.
R^ MOMt's Inconsistent v. ? It ishardly
credible that the extract which we <juote
below is from the pen of a man who was
the reputed author of the Philadelphia ad.
dross. Yet it is even so. The last issue
of the Times contains the editorial of 1
which it forms a part. We copy it to show
how an unprincipled politician will trim
his sails to catch the popular breeze. Ray
mond now says :
" To any northern man of the least power
of weighing future results there can Ik? no
doubt of the immense beueiits which will
result to the nation t'roip tin* acceptance of
the amendment. We have repeatedly
stated them. Hut some of them are in
cluded in the Yery objections which we
have been answering, ami deserve atten
tion. The free States ought to be able to
exclude certain persons from the South
from taking seats in our National Legisla
ture. It would In; a mockery to the pa
triotic dead, and an insult to the hosts of
living ulro have sacrificed so much to put
down this rebellion, to see such men as
Jefferson Davis or Mr. Benjamin, or num
bers dI' others, some ataincd with the 1 >l? kmI
of the innocent, and all promoters and
leaders of the insurrection, taking their
scats again in the halls of the capitol. We
have always urged that it is very desirable
to break up the old leaders of secession at
the South, and the third section of the
amendment has a tendency to accomplish
this. We believe that all conservative and
patriotic men at the North will soon ae
knowledge the great importance of the
constitutional amendment, and we have
great hopes that in time the South will ac
cept it."
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
WOMAN I? DIBso.V, HK.NKT C. WATKIS8,
Into Harris a Gibson. lute Winfree Ac Watkins.
IBSON WATKINS,
I PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
OFFICE AT SI10CK0E WAREHOUSE.
The und? rslgned beg to renew to their ol?l
friend* and lo tin- planters and tarmeis of Vlrj; inia
and North Carolina generally the offer of their
service* a*
produce commission merchants.
Tlinir intimate acquaintance with the tobacco
trade qualify them peculiarly as agents for the
nale of this article.
Their charge for commission after 1st of October
will be two and a half per cent, on all hales of to
bacco. flour. and ^rain.
ae ?:?- lin GIBSON & WATKINS.
JOHS H. ( ? A R Y . WILLIAM T. ALLE.V.
Ci A R Y it A LLEN,
JT LUMBER
COM M ISSION ME RC HAN TS ,
x >nt li side Basin,
corner of Eleventh and Canal street*,
ne 1 J? ? 1m Richmond. Va.
J If. WORD,
(iROCER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
has opened his new store, on Cary between Fourth
and Fifth streets, aud iu???t respectfully asks the
patronage of his friends and the public.
?e 1<>? lm* _
"lyWID D. CLARK, MERCIIAN
I " D1SE BROKER, 1317 Cnry street, between
Thirteenth and Vir^ini:t streets, otr>'rs hi* services
for the >al<! and purchase of all classes of M Klt
Cll AX DISK and PRODl'i'lt on commission. Orders
and coiuinunications will tie j>r? !y attended to.
K? t?-is to the m "le bant* itenerally of this citv.
Also represents the commission houses ot Messrs.
J A. Exsim .V Charleston, I'. C\, and Messrs.
Frank i. ix & Bi.a?~kwo?>ii, M- bile, Ala. 7~lm
\T( >TI< STEVENS A PEG RAM,
II COMMISSION MERCHANTS, en Broai?
STREET, are th* wlndt s ile agm'.s for CREAM B1S
Ct'IT, arid will be glad to supply the trade, an 28
AL. SHEPHERD A CO., General
? Commission Merchants for the sale of TO
BACCO, WHEAT, LUMBER, &c. All business en
trusted to our cale will receive prompt attention.
Mr. A. 0. TALMAN, formerly with George VVT.
Atkinson, a j i < 1 late Talmao U Harris, is associated
with us, and will be pleased to serve his old
friends and the former patrons of tb? two late con
cerns. Ollice corner Eleventh aud Caual streets.
JyJf
jyjILLS it RYANT,
TOBACCO EXCHANGE, RICHMOND, VA.,
BROKERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS
for the purchase and cale of
LEAF AND MANUFACTURED T0BACC08.
Orders solicited. Liberal advances made on con
signment*.
REFER TO
A. F. Hakvky, President National Bank of Vir>
Kinia ;
James Thomas, Jr., Fsq., Richmond, Va.;
Messrs H. Mk?skxukk k Co , New York j
Messrs. Johxbon A 'I'Hoiii'sow, Boston, Mass.
Jy 24? ts
BOOKS STATIONERY. ETC.
riMlE OLD ESTABLISHED BO0K
X STORE, No. 413 Broad street.
I would respectfully Invito the attention of my
friends and the public generally to my largo and
varied stock of
SCHOOL BOOKS,
STATIONERY, &c., Ac.
My prices will be found ss low and discounts as
liberal as anv house in the city. A call solicited.
?? '.'ti ? i-o t;u W. II. KE1N1N0HAM.
'"text BOOKS FOR SCHOOLS AND
1 COLLEGES.? The undersigned have for sale
The TEXT BOOKS used in the University of Vir
ginia,
The TEXT BOOKS used in Hauipden Sidney Col
The I^EXT BOOKS used in Richmond College,
Tito TEXT BOOKS used in the Richmond Medical
The l'E^r 'BOOKS used in Virginia Military In
stitute,
The TEXT BOOKS used in Washington College,
The TEXT BOOKS used in William and Mary Col
lege,
ThfTKXT BOOKS used in all the schools in Rich
. luond aud the rest of Virginia,
TOGETHER WITH
STATIONERY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
W00D1I0U8E A l'AKHAM,
so 2? (Jovernor street.
JA. DUSHANE,
? No. 40 SOUTH CHARLES STREET,
near Lombard,
BALTIMORE,
Manufacturers' Agent for the sale of orcry variety
of
WE1T1NG AND WRAPPING PAPERS,
ENVELOPES,
INK, PAPER BAGS, &C.
ALSO,
MA.trrACTl'KER OF
BOOK AND PRINTING PAPERS,
fan 27? SmJ
IiHE NATIONAL EXPRESS AND
TRANSPORTATION COMPANY
is now prepared to carry
MONET AND VALUABLE PACKAGES
to and from New York, St. Louis, and intermediate
points, and as far south as Atlanta, Oa. In order
to afford the most ample security to shippers, it has
?ffeeted
AN INSURANCE OF FIVE HUNDRED THOU
SAND DOLLARS
on the money chests of the company by each train,
with several leading Insurance companies, such as
THE SUN, SECURITY, MANHATTAN, METRO
POLITAN, AND P1KEN1X,
Whose aggregate capital and assets amount to
FIFTEEN MILLIONS OF DOLLAR8.
Shippers are thus insured against common car
riers' risk, and a security is afforded never before
offered by any express company. For this
NO ADDITIONAL CHARGE 16 MADE.
THE NATIONAL EXPRESS AN^TBANSPOKTA
TION COMPANY
Is now prepare d|o do business at
CHEAPLY, EFFICIENTLY, *nD SECURELY
M can be done by any otker company.
J. E. JOHNSTON, President.
BT 'il "itUI'' General fcupertnlendeat.
fi p K C T A fiLKS ?
fw ?Those lu need
GLASSES to awl st tb el r sight will do well to atail
themselves of oor complete stock In this line and
the great experience of oar seaior partner
JOUKH TYLEH A CO.,
.. .? i ?oc??mow to Mitehell f Tyler,
M?-H lilt Main et rest.
?
CLOTHING.
PALL AND WINTER CLOTHING
iKD
GENTI.BMBM'8 FURNISHING OOOD8.
A large and *ple ndld assortment of
FRESH GOODS
and desirable style* Just received ; which wo
pledge ourselves to sell at Baltimore prices.
ALL TUB LATEST STYLES RECEIVED DAILY
FROM ODR BALTIMORE HOUSE.
MBA8URB8 TAKEN,
A5D
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER IN BALTIMORE
AT SHO?T 50TICI.
Persona In want of CLOTHING and FURNISH
ING GOODS will find it to their Interest to call and
extmine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
SHIPLEY, ROANE A CO.,
corner Fourteenth and Franklin streets,
opposite the Exchange and Ballard Hotel*,
?6 58? lw Richmond.
BOYS' CLOTHING FOR SCHOOL
and DRESS purposes, for boy* from Are to
eighteen year* old, constating of Sack Coats,
Jackets, Pants, Overcoats, Shirt*, Sock*, Suspend
er*. Collar*, Tie*. Ac., Ac.
WILLIAM IRA SMITH k CO.,
no 2? _____ 1,2 Wain street.
1> ' ROLLING PICKETT ilosires to
.I\? inform hi* city and country friends that he
is now engaged in the CLOTHING BUSINBSS, at 112
Main *treet, where can alway* be found ono of the
Urgent and befct selected STOCKS OK GOODS ever
ott.red In thla market. The *tock consists of
M KN'S, BOYS", and CHILDREN'S READY-MADE
CLOTHING. FURNISHINO GOODS, WHITE
SHIRTS, and such other articles a* are usually
found in a first-class hou*e.
WILLIAM IRA SMITH St CO.,
Be 21? ts 112 Main street.
1~ji B. SPENCE, Agent,
J. MERCHANT TAILOR AND CLOTHIER,
oi.d stajw,
No. 1300 Main street, corner of Thirteenth,
Rk hmouk Va.
CLOTHS, CASSIM EKKS, and VESTING8
always on hand, and made to order in the best
style.
Ila* also on hand a stock of
READY-MADE CLOTHING
of hi* own manufacture.
GENTLEMEN' S FURNISHING GOODS
in endless variety.
SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER AT SHORT NOTICE.
A call aolicitod before purchasing elsewhere.
_ r*e 7? ts]
T UST RECEIVE D, ENGLIsT I CO R
W DUROY and VELVETINE. A Iso, a new lot of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, at No.
130U Main street.
11? ta E. B. SPENCE, Agent.
COAL AND WOOD.
OPRINGFIELD AND DEEP RUN
O coal mining and manufacturing
COMPANY.
W. H. TALMAGE & CO., New York.
P. A. WELLFORD, No. 725 went Broad etreot and
Ship Lock*, Richmond, Ya.
CI.A8SP.S of coai. :
1. LUMP COAL, Mitt ? 6 00
2. LUMP COAL, hard, for stoves and grate*, 5 50
3. AVERAGE RUN OF PITS, soft 5 5?i
4. AVERAGE RUN OF PITS, hard, for en
gines 5 00
5. SMITHS' COAL, very superior s eo
ANTHRACITE, best red and white ash.... lo 0?t
Order* left at yard* at Lock, Broad, or Sixth
street, with any of the dealers, or at 311 Seventh
street, will be promptly attended to. ae 21? 3m
NTH RACITE CO A L.? Ren-i ying
tons
beat WHITE ASH grate Coa L.
S. P, LATHROP, Agent,
hq 18 ? t* south side Dock.
A NTH RACITE COAL.
SAMUEL P. HAWES & SON,
Et<<HT?E5TH A.1D CART STREETS,
[se 15? ts]
A:
mniwvv.iin ' ' ,j ,P
tier schooners Franklin and. Bloomtield 2au
host UKD ASH grate and stove COAL, 126 tons
f\ W. SNELLINGS, COAL AND
IT. WOOD AGENT Best quality of RED and
WHITE ASH -ANTHRACITE; ?>esi quality MID
LOTHIAN and CLOVER HILL BITUMINOUS
COAL; oaK and PINE WOOD, for sale at market
rates. Oflice at the coal-yard, Richmond and Dan
ville depot, Fourteenth street, Richmond, Va.
se t>? lrn* _ ?
pOAL.? THE DO VER COM PAN Y
^ offer for sale at their yard, on
Sixth ptkket, rktwkk.v Canai. ANn Bran,
at the following prices for the month of September :
LUMP, for grates, at $5 5o
HAIL, tor gratea and stoves, at 4 50
AVERAGE RUN OF THE MINE, at 4 50
SMITHS' 3 50
BEST OVEN COKE 3 5o
per load of twenty- five bushel*, delivered in any
part of the city.
THOMAS C. JONES, Agent.
Orders received by the principal coal dealer* in
the city. se 1 ? !>in
Anthracite coal, a nth ra
CITE COAL.? LAKU8 & CHERRY, dealers in
ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS COAL-supe
rlor quality? Dock street, between Seventeenth
and Eighteenth, Richmond, Va. KED and WHITE
ASH ANTHRACITE coal, suitable for grates,
stoves, and foundry use. B*st BITUMINOUS
LUMP, AVERAGE, and SMITH'S COAL.
Coal sold by weight always at lowest market
rates. Orders promptly filled. an 10? 3m
AN T H Ii A C I T E AND CLO V E R
HILL COAL of superior quality, and at lowest
prices, constantly on hand. R.J. WHITE.
Yard south side of the Duck.
? Olfice Seventeenth street, near Main, adjoining
Power & McPhail's drug store.
I shall be pleased to supply my friends and the
public from this yard with Coal upon which they
can rely. [au8? tsj P. H. HOY.
P EMBERTON A CREW, dealers In
COAL AND WOOD, office Seventeenth street,
between Cary and Dock. Best RED and WHITE
ASH ANTHRACITE COAL, for grates, stoves, and
foundry use; CLOVER HILL LUMP and AVB
RAGE COAL ; OAK and PINE WOOD, mh 14_ts
M
INSURANCE.
UTUAL ASSURANCE SOCIETY
OF VIRGINIA. CHARTERED 17?4.
uikkctobh :
Jaquelin P. Taylor, William C. Allen, William
Gray, James H. Grant, Jaine* Dunlop, Alfred T.
Harris, John C. Hobson, Thomas H. Ellis, John
Freeland, G. F. Watson, John Parcel!, William
Rutherfoord.
This old and well-known VIRGINIA institution
la now prepared to issue "PERPETUAL" and
"ANNUAL" POLICIES upon real estate. It has
TEN MILLION DOLLARS of property insured,
and h <s paid upwards of TWO MILLION DOL
LARS of losses to the people of this State.
Important changos have been made lor the bene
fit of the assured.
The " four- fifths " feature and that of " conti
guities" have been abolished, giving to the as
sured full Insurance, as in otherenmpanie*.
Parties holding RECORDED LEINS are pro
tected to the extent of insurance in this olilce.
Office on the east aide of Ninth, between Broad
and Marshall streets. an 22? ts
jy>MESTIC ] INSURANCE.
THE INSURANCE AND SAVINGS COMPANY OF
VIRGINIA.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, AMPLE.
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE.
DISCOUNTS AT SIMPLE INTEREST.
INTEREST ON DEPOSIT CERTIFICATES.
PREMIUM RETAINED FOR THE BENEFIT OF
THE ASSURED.
OFFICE, No. 1210 MAIN STREET.
D. J. HARTSOOK, President.
D. J. BURR, Secretary.
B. C. WHERRY, Ja., Assistant Secretary.
_ Jan 17? 3
MONTAGUE A WHITALL
(Lata of the Merchant*' Insurance Company
of Richmond,)
INSURE PROPBRTY OF ALL KINDS IN TH1
MOST RELIABLE COMPANIES.
They also effect
MARINE INSURANCE AND LIFB INSURANCE.
Office, No. til Main street, Just below the Spots
wood Hotel. de 11? to
DISSOLUTIONS.
1 DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNER
X* SHIP. ?The firm of LEE & COX is thla day
dissolved >y mutual consent.
A. S. LIE will settle op the bu?IneB? of the
tncern. LEE Jt COX.
concern.
Richmond, July 11, ISM
\f ARINE FOUNDRY,
iTl WATER STREET,
Bki.ow tub Yobk River dkpot.
Having secured the services of Mr. WILLIAM
L. COX to superintend t he business, I will con
tinue the .
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRY BUSINESS,
and will manufacture to order PLOW CASTINGS,
HOLLOW WAKB, WAGON BOXES, ANDIRONS,
F'articular attention paid to JOB WORE, which
will be executed In the best manner and at the
shortest notice. [)y 1*? am] A. 8. LBB.
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS
in an almost endless variety of q unlit ies and
styles, and at the very lowest prices, being only a
small advance upon manufacturers' Invoices, may
be found at _
J. 6TEBNB0CK it CQ.'B,
1213 Main street. 12LS
TUST RECEIVED,
O I* bushels WHJTB CORN.
IS* bales HAY?
*S barrels FLOUR.
*? bubal* BROWilSTUFF,
SteheUPatSk OATt.
In etora aa4 for sals by
? PHILUPf * WJUdHT.
DRY QOOD8, SHOES, fco. _
AT LEvV b HOTHK RS, No. 15 Main
street, between Sixteenth and Seventeenth,
yon can find a fall assortment of DRY GOODS,
which are now being offered at great bargain* :
Handsome Curtain Moulin at Mr. ; Linen Set*, Col
lar* and Cuffs, at 28, worth We. ; Hemstitched and
(IriM Linen Handkerchief* at Mc., worth 76c. ;
Han<l*omo Embroidered Collar* at 5<\ 75, and ? 1,
worth donhl* the money ; Infanta' Robes, richly
worked, at $4, 910, and fit ; Huckaback Towela at
fra per doxen ; Linen Crunk at 15c. per yard ; Iriah
Linen* at 60, en, and 75c ; Linen Shirt Bosoms at
?inc. : also, at low prleee, a larae atock of Dres*
(loods, Jloalcry, Blankets, HairNeta.Belt Rihbonsk
etc., etc. Levy BROTHERS,
Successors to Jacob A. Levy,
Me 27 15 Main street.
CHEAP DRY GOODS! CHEAP DP.Y
GOODS f ! at
MAY, HELLER * BROTHERS',
consr.R of Sixth asd Baoiit rtrektb.
DRE?S HOODS at tie .
ALL-WOOL FLANNELS at J'Jc.,
IRISH L1NRN8 at37Jc.,
DPRAOES at Hic^
BLEACHED COTTON at K>e.,
SHIRT BOSOMS at 2"c., Ac. ,4c.
51 AY, HELLER k BROTHERS,
se 24? eod2w corner Sixth and Broad strewt*.
JOHN C. MILLER,
DEALER IN
fancy and staple dry goods,
RICHMOND, VA.
I am constantly receiving additions '*) my fall
and winter atock of FANCY AND STABLE DRY
GOODS, NOTIONS, kc., to which the attention of
our southern merchant* Is specially inritod .
The RETAIL DEPARTMENT in supplied with a
full line of such goods a- can only be found in a
first-class dry floods house, all selected by Jlr.
Sami ki. M. I'ttU F, who Lm long been conversant
with the wants of tbo sou thorn trade.
JOHN C. MILLER,
se 25? lw corner Main and Ninth streets.
pLAIN,
OPERA AND
? FANCY FLANNELS.
a new and beautiful article for dress goods at
J. STEENBOCK k CO.'S,
1213 Main street. 1215
XTEW AND FASHIONABLE DRY
11 GOODS. CARPETS, BOCKINGS, RUGS, Ac.
THOMAS R. PRICK k CO. are now receiving their
fail and winter stock of foreign and domestic
DRY GOODS, to which they invite the attention of
the country and city buyer at wholesale or retail.
BLACK and COLORED FRENCH CLOTHS,
in great variety :
BLACK and COLORED CAS81MERES, for
gents and boys ;
FLANNELS, BLEACHED and BROWN COT
ToNS and SHEETINGS,
IRISH LINENS. DIAPERS,
DAMASKS, TOWELLING, kc.
FRENCH POPLINS, plain and figured;
FRENCH DELAINES and MELANGES, very
elegant ;
BLACK and COLORED EMPRESS CLOTHS
and OTTOMANS,
FRENCH BIARRITZ, new and beautiful:
BLACK TAFFETA and GRO- GRAIN SILKS,
VAI-and POINT LA?'R SETS and COLLARS,
GENTS' and LADIES' MERINO and WOOL
SHIRTS.
FRENCH and AMERICAN PRINTS, In end
less variety ;
HOSIERY, LACES, LINEN SETS,
SHAWLS, CLOAKS. kc.,kc.
! In their carpet-room will be fonnd
T A PEST it V and BRUSSELS CA RPETS,
THREE -PLY and INGKAIN CARPETS,
RUGS, B \I/.E. DOCKINGS,
DRUGGETS. MATS, kc., kc. ;
all of which will b? soil (without bragging) a a
! low as fair dealers can sell them in anv market.
THOMAS R. PRICE k CO.,
in rear of T. D. Wuarles,
se 17? eod2w No. 229 Broad street.
ALL AND WINTER
IMPORTATION, IW.
F
RIBBONS, MILLINERY, AND STRAW GOODS.
ARMSTRONG, CATOR k CO.,
IMPORTERS A*I> JOBKBRfl OP
RIBBONS, BONNET SILKS AND SATINS.
VELVETS, RUCIIES, FLOWERS, FEATHERS,
STRAW BONNETS,
LADIES' HATS, trimmed and untrimmed ;
SHAKER HOODS,
No. 237 am) Loft* of 2Jfl Baltimore ptkeit,
BALTIMORE, Ml>.,
offer a stock nn-nrpasscd In the United States in
variety and cheapness. Orders solicited and
prompt attention given.
Terms : Cash. se 11? firu*
J?
OIIN DOOLEY, HAT MANUFAC
TURER and dealer, wholesale and re- []?
tall, under the Spot* wood Hotel, Richmond, IjH
Va , ha* now in .-tore, and i * iirinufacturln.
and constantly receiving, :i 1 1 the style* cf HATS
and CAPS for gentlemen, hoy*, and children now
in us.-. Also, a cpi<*:iJi>i assort inent of LADIES'
and MISSES' FASHION \BLE FURS of all grades
of quality and style His old customers and the
public are respectfully invited to call. Tlu-y will
be liberally dealt with. se 1 1? Is
. .{ICE OF HATS ? FROM FIFTEEN TO i3D
TWENTY PER CENT. SAVED BY BUYING jgj
/1REAT REDUCTION IN THE
VT PR
TWEN1 . . ...
FROM J. H. ANTHONY^ 721 Main stkkkt,
who has just opened with a new stock of FINE
FELT HATS, for gentlemen and boys, together
wiih an assortment of m-ii'sand boys' FINK SOFT
WOOL HATS, of the btfest styles, which he will
sell for at lexst from fifteen to twenty p?r cent, b'ss
than Hats of the sau.e iiuality can be bought in the
city. The MOLESKIN llATS are manufactured ex
pressly f>>r his establishment, of the best mate
rials, and the new Fall fashion. Price, only FIVE
DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS ; best miality, SIX
DOLLARS. J. H. ANTHONY,
se 1 721 Main street.
F
ALL GOODS, FALL GOODS,
AT 529 BROAD,
CORNER OF SIXTn STREET.
JDST RECEIVED BY EXPRESS,
(CALICOES,
BLEACHED COTTONS,
BROWN COTTONS,
MOUSL1N DELAINES,
FLANNELS,
CASINETS,
KENTUCKY JEANS, kc., kc.,
which I will sell cheap. Call boon.
an Sl W.R.POLK.
BURRESS, POWERS iSi YANCEY,
JOBBERS IX
NOTIONS, HOSIERY, AND WHITE GOODS,
respectfully announce to the merchants of Vir
ginia and North Carolina that they are now
receiving the:r
FALL SUPPLIES,
embracing many
NEW AND DESIRABLE G00D8.
They are prepared to exhibit full linea of
HOOP SKIRT8,
FRENCH AND AMERICAN CORSETS.
ENGLISH AND GERMAN HOSIERY,
FANCY WOOLENS,
SHAWLS,
SONTAGS, nOODS, and other WOOLEN GOODS;
SH 1 KTtf
DRAWERS, and SUSPENDERS,
PERFUMERIES.
TOILET ARTICLES in endless variety ;
besides a complete assortment of
AMERICAN A JtD GERMAN FANCY GOODS,
embracing too many Items to enumerate in an ad
vertisement. All of which we offer at tho
LOWEST FIGURES
to flrst-cUss buyers.
BL'RRkSS, POWERS A YANCEY.
13u8 Main Btreet (old No. 1121,
se 4? 2m up stairs.
ERY NARROW THREAD ED(7
INGS, CHENY LACES, all widths; REAL
LACE COLLARS, all styles; EMBROIDERIES,
BONNET and TRIMMING RIBBONS, receiving
daily at KZEKIEL'S CHEAP STORE,
No. 41 Main street,
an W nearly opposite St. Charles.
Attention, base-ba ll pl a y
ERS-WHITE. BLUE, RED, AND GREY
FLANNELS AT EZEKIEL'S, 41 MAIN STREET?
I hare a splendid lot of superior FLANNELS for
ahlrU and pants, at low prices. Call at
EZEKlEL'S CHEAP STORE,
an io nearly opposite fct. Charles Hotel.
T HAVE ON HAND A GOOD STOCK
1. of goods of all kinds in the BOOT and SHOE
line, suitable for the season and for the fall trade,
which will be sold lower than at any other house
In the city. HM. GASTON,
formerly with Gardner A Carlton,
ll'.'t (old number??) Main street,
to U below Fourteenth .
Notice to the ladies.? Wo
haro Just recelrcd a large and fine assortment
of Ladies' very Ana
KID HEEL ROSETTE SLIPPERS,
CONGRESS and
FRONT- LACE OA ITERS,
which w? should be pleaaad to show oar friends
and the public.
Girt na a call If you wlah somethinf really nlc?,
aad at reasonable prieea.
pmrviT * WATTS,
aa? _ forner Male and TblrtewUi Simla.
BUWDOCBB 0ARD8.
T> ICHMOND TtfUNK FACTORY.
XV No. 7WMAIN, BKTWE1N SEVENTH AND
BICiHTH STREETS. NEXT SQUARE ABOVE THB
SPOTS WOOD HOTEL.? Having J nut laid In a
large stock of Btaterfal, I am now making up the
largest and iMk of TRUNKS, VaLIMBS, and
TtiAVELtAlFG BAOS to be fonnd In th? city.
WonH Invtte attention to oar Mock of inferior
IRON PJUM& SOLE LEATHER, LA DIBS' SARA
TOGA ^4 DRESS e and PATENT METAL
TRUNKS ; also, all tb? COMMON STYLES ; which
I am prepaid to tell both at retail and to the trade
aa J?w m e.uch gooda can be bought In New York.
P?rtleo i?r attention paid to REPAIRING.
Canvass covbrs made.
we_l*>? lm JAM E8 K NOTTS.
T OCKSM ITHIN O. ? The underpinned
having Juat received a One stock, he la now
{?repared to execute all kinda of work and Jobbing
n fils line, such a* MAKIlKi LOCKS TO ORDER
FITTING KEYS, and REPAIRING ALL KINDS OF
LOCKS. BELLS HUNG In a anperlor stvle.
SPEAKING PIPE pnt up at the shortest notice.
KEYS FITTED TO I SAFES and neatly re
paired. All work warranted to giro satisfaction,
and on the loweat terms. W. W. SNEaD,
J?e It? -lm Ninth street, near Main.
COREY A LUBBOCK, CORNER
TWENTY-FIRST AND DOCK STREETS,
WHOLESALB AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ALL
XINDS OF PAPER STOCK. -The subscribers
would respectfully inform their friends and the
public generally that thoy hare this day formed
a CO- PARTNERSHIP for the purn o?e of con
ducting a GENERAL PAPER STOCK BI7SINES8,
and are prepared to pay the highest cash prices
for LINEN and COTTON RAGS, <>U) BOOKS, IM
PERFECTIONS. SCRAP PAPER, MANILLA
ROPE and HAGGINO, and everything else apper
taining to the manufacture of paper. The senior
partner, Mr. COKEY, Is well known in Rich
mond as having been engaged for several years In
the trade. The junior partner, Mr. LUHBOCK,
was for several years secretary and trea*urer of
the Franklin Paper Mill Company, and subse
quently airent of the Manchester Paper Mill, and
will tie happy to serve the customers of both
establishments. We have made arrangements with
Messrs. Robinson k Fairbanks, agents, to furnish
the Manchester Paper Mill wilh stock, and trust
that gatherers ot stock will see the importance of
selling it where it will be kept at home. Country
dealers and merchants sending us rags, Ac., can
rely on prompt remittances in every instance.
B F CORKY.
*e 17? 3m !LW _LnBn?CKl_
T. H. KRM.O'IO, J. W. WBSOX,
late of G. J. 6nmnor k Co. of Richmond. I
Kellogg & gibson,
IMPORTERS,
WHOI.RSAI.lt A5n RETAIL nRALF.RS IK
CHINA, GLASS, AND EARTHENWARE.
We have now in More a very large and complete
stock, which we offer as low as they can be pur
chased in Htir of the northern cities.
SILVER-PLATED BLOCK TIN and BRITANNIA
WARE, REFRIGERATORS, WATER-COOLERS,
Patent FRUIT JAliS, STONEWA BE. &<?.. at manu
facturers' prices. KELLOUG k GIBSON,
jy 24? 3m 1317 Main street.
Llinneman, I)Y kkandsuour
? ER, Seventh street, between Broad and Grace
opposite the Theatre, in prepared to do all kinds of
DYEING, CLEANING, aud SCOURING, in all its
tranche*, at short notice. Give me a call and ex
am ne for yourself.
Agents wanted to solicit orders In the country
and In every city of this State. Address box 7m,
post-otiice, Richmond, Va. jy 2? Is
?1IIANDELIERS, chandeliers, I
CHANDELIERS,
ONE. TWO, THREE, FOUR, SIX, AND TEN
LIGHTS,
of the Istest and most beautiful styles.
STORE CHANDELIERS,
HALL FIXTURES,
BRACKETS.
PILLOW LIGHTS.
PORCELAIN SHADES,
GROUND-GLASS SHADES,
CUT-GLASS SHADES,
MICA SHADE8,
TIN SHADES,
PAPER SHADES.
ARGAND BURNERS,
PATENT BURNERS,
COMMON BURNERS.
THE TRADBSUPPLIED AT LIBERAL DISCOUNT.
GAS AND STEAM-FITTING AND PLUMBING.
GAS-FITTERS' AND PLUMBERS* MATERIALS
AND FITTINGS.
YALE, BOWERS k YALE,
Iron Block, Governor street,
an ts Richmond, Va. j
TJOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING.
L. L. MONTAGUE 4 SON,
TI.1TH PTREET, BETWBEJC MAI5 AND CART,
will be pleased to receive orders from their friends
and the public generally for
HOUSE, SIGN, AND ORNAMENTAL TAINTING
IN EVERY STYLE.
Good work guaranteed. Terms moderate.
an?-ts ' L. L. MONTAGUE & SON.
/~1 II I L DREN'S CARRIAGE FAC
V ) TORY, COKNER CARY AND FOURTH
STREETS, RICHMOND ? Th? most beautiful pat
terns of CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES are manufac
tured, and will be sold at northern prices.
A liberal discount to the trade.
Orders from all parts of the country promptly
filled. Address
jy 21? ts WILLIAM FORBES. Proprietor.
PJOACH REPOSITORY, ONi
_ SEVENTH. BETWEEN CARY AND.
CANAL STREETS.? We havo on baud, of our own
manufacture, h large stock of Carriages, Coaches,
Brett*, Barouches. Doctors' Piiatons, Rockawavs,
Top and No-Top Buggies, Jersey and Exprebs Wa
gons. Single and Double Harness, Coach and Bug
gy Whips, Coach Material. Ac., and are prepared
to execute in a workmanlike manner repairs on
Carriages, Buggies, Ac., and to build them to or
der. Our Carnages being of our own manufacture,
we are enabled to sell at the lowest prices and give
the fnllest guarantee of quality and durability. A
call from our friends ana the public respectfully
solicited. [my 1) JOHN J. OSBORN k CO
HOTELS AND BOARDING-HOUSES.
Ballard house.
RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
JOHN P. BALLARD, jpBOPltl.ToM
THOMAS E. BALLARD, f1 *<"*>" *?>R8.
The undersigned take pleasure in announcing to
the travelling public (a* well as to city boarders)
that they have relumed to their old bu?ines? again,
and from this day they are ready to cater to the
taste and com fort of all who may* favor them with
their patronage.
They have purchased all the furniture In the i
establishment, all of which is of the very best
quality and selected with great cars froin the
b. !?t furnishing houses in New York within the
last twelve months, and much of which has never
been unpacked ; indeed, the hotel is furnished in '
the most superb stvle.
The BALLARD HOUSE !s new, and contains one
hundred and twenty pleasant and well- ventilated
lodging-rooms, all or which have grates. The ,
parlors and public rooms are large and convenient ;
the building is commanding, aud acknowledged to j
be one of the beat ever constructed in Ibe southern i
States; and all together otter advantages rarely met j
with in a public hotel.
Our table t>h ill always be ?enerou<ly supplied .
with th<; best the market affords, and with the dell- i
caries of the season, and the choice -of wine.
The BAR- ROOM is an elegant one, and shall be
furnished with the beat of liquors, etc., etc.
We pledgeour undivided attention to the busi
ness, and expect from out old friends, ladies and ,
gentlemen of Virginia and the whole country,
thi-ir support, end nope to receive a liberal share '
of the public patronage.
JOHN P. BALLARD, )
THOMAS E. BALLARD,) roPrietore.
RtrBMoxu, September 1, litis. au 31? lm
ASHLAND HOTEL.? Having loosed
this celebrated property, the undersigned
assures those who may favor him with their pa
tronage that thoy will have no cause to rexret it.
The eaae and frequency of access, spacious
grounds, well- fnrnlahed hotel and cottages, and
abundantly supplied table, render it attractive to
all, aud eoual to any establishment In the State.
Terms moderate.
Regular boarders are provided with free tickets.
Refreshment* furnished balls and parties.
au 2? ta F. WoLTZ, Proprietor.
E
ESTABLISHED IN 1830.
W. F. Bi'ti br, Ro. E. Buti.er, General Partners.
Fa a scid J. Pahker, Special Partner.
BUTLER k SON,
IMPORTERS A XL) DEAI.ER* I*
CHINA, EARTHENWARE, GLASSWARE, AND
HOUSE-FURNISHING GOODS,
5 E W IkO.V-PlOXT B ? 1 1, D1JIU,
No. I2e7 Bi^le Square,
RICHMOND, VA.,
Lave Juat received per brig " W. H. Blgelow," and
will open this month, a very large and entirely
new stock of
BVEUY DESCRIPTION OF GOODS
in thoir line, recently bought In person by our
senior partner upon the beat terms of the manufac
turers in Europe, ard imported diract to this city.
LARGE ADDITIONAL SHIPMENTS
?re now on the way, and will be here during the
fall. Our arrangements In Europe are such a? will
enable ua to draw our aupply regularly"and di
rectly from the manufacturer!.
Embarking anew in business life, our senior
Wuuld respectfully but confidently appeal to hla
old friends and patrons and the public generally
for iheir support and encouragement to his uew
Arm.
In return, we pledge ourael ves
Tti SELL OUR GOODS AS LOW
aa they can be purchased of any other direct lm
Southern merchants, hotel- keepers, and fami
lies are cordially invited to exaiaiue our goods and
prices.
A superior packer la employed.
BUTLER A SON.
si II? !? Mo. 1*07 Main street.
riHEESE.? A supply of 008HEN
? ?
CITY
8TEAMER&
TVAILY LIKE TO NORFOLK
F!S1S?'-4?P ALL LANDINGS ?t*m
OS JAMS8BIVER.? On ud ifi*f
th? TENTH OF SEPTEMBER the
aiegant steamer*
cAcORGKANNA, Captain D. J. Hll.t,
JOHN SY LVESTBR, . .Captain /,. C. Gtrro?l>,
will leave I.udlam k Watson* wharf DAILY. ex
cept Sundays, at ? o'clock A. M.t for CITY POINT,
NORFOLK, PORTSMOUTH, anA ALL LANDINGS
OX JAME8 RIVER.
Passenger* by these boata will arrlv**t City
Point iu time to connect with tlio cara lor Peters
burg.
Faro to City Point f 1 to
Fare to Norfolk 1 So
Fare to Norfolk, aecond claM t 00
The OEOROBAN N A lnavea Richmond MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY.
Returning, leave* Norfolk TUE8DAY, THURS
DAY, and SATURDAY.
The JOHN SYLVESTER leaven Richmond TUES
DAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY.
Returning loaves Norfolk MONDAY, WEDNES
DAY, and FRIDAY.
Freight for way landing* must be prepaid.
. L. B TATUM, Agent.
Office at steamers' wharf.
J. H. FREEMAN, Passenger Agent.
Office corner Fourteenth and Franklin streets,
?e II? t*
s
EMI-WKEKLY BETWEEN
NEW YORK AND RICHMOND.
THE NEW YORK AND VIRGINIA STEAMSHIP
COMPANY.
THE OLD PIONEER LINE (ORGANIZED IN MI)
have resumed their former position again with their
two new and magnificent aide-wheel ateamahipa
NIAGARA Captain COUCH,
AID
, SARATOGA Captaiv KINO.
twelve hundred tona bnrthen ; built expreaalr for
thin route ; and no expenae spared to render them
strong and comfortable.
In point of sper-d they are unequalled ; and in
command of experienced and gentlemanly officer*.
Thev leave New York alternately every WED
NESDAY and SATURDAY for Richmond at 3
o'clock. Returning, they leave Richmond for
New York every TUESDAY and SATURDAYI
at high water? touching at Norfolk goiugand re
turning.
These steamers have large freight capacity.
Their passenger accommodations are unsurpassed.
For freight or pa***ge anplv.it mv offie?. Rock
et!*. fie -'rt ? 13' Si (J ARRET F. WATSON.
For new york.? atlan .
TIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPA
NY.? The splendid new aide-wheel steamship
HATTERAS, S. Ai.kxaxder commander, ALBE
i MAKLE. A. Bora** commander, leave Richmond
every TUESDAY and FRIDAY: leave New York
every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
Theae SHU'S are entirely new, and were built
ejy>resely for the route.
They nave aplendld SALOONS and STATE
ROOMS, and the FARE, ACCOMMODATIONS and
ATTENTION are unsurpassed.
Passage, meals, and state-rooms Included, SE*
VEN DOLLARS AND A HALF.
Goods shipped by this Line are landed regularly
at New York, on the Company's covered pier,
within forty-eight hours.
Shipper* are invited to notice that the great
damage and loss by handling, and exposure from
frequent re-ahipplng, as on otner lines, is avoided
by this route.
Freights for points beyond New York will bo for
. warded with dispatch, and no charge made except
I actual expenses incurred.
| Theae snips discharge cargo In New York at pUr
| No. 3G Nortn river, and the Company's steamers
I for Wilmington, North Carolina ; Charleston, Sa
vannah, Mobile and New Orleans, leave from the
| same pier. Good* for these points cau be trans
j furred without expense or exposure.
Insurance is very low by these ships, and the
I economy in time ' Insurance, and condition Id
which goods are delivered, makes this tho cheap
| est route from Virginia. Insurance effected at
lowebt rates, when ordered.
AO ENTS ?
LIVINGSTON. FOX k CO.,
141 Broadway, New York.
8 AM U EL AY RES A CO..
Richmond, Virginia.
CALDWELL & DHNN,
City Point and Petersburg.
T. H. WBBb.
Norfolk, Virginia.
For freight or passage, apply to
SAMUEL A YRfiS 4 CO., Agents.
Offlce corner of Cary and Virginia streets, oppo
site the Tobacco Exchange. de 21? t*
IRON AND BRASS FOUNDRIES.
rpALBOTT A BROTHER,
MANUFACTURERS OF
STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS,
HYDRAULIC PRESSES, Ac.,
are a?'ain in business, corner Cary and Seven
teenth streets, and are prepare! to furnish
HICKS'S PATENT ENGINE, III" greatest thing
now nut. Also, our improved OSCILLATING KN- '
GINK, something very simple ; and any other kind
of ENGINE required. All persona wishing to buy
will do well to call and set* them before purchas- !
ing elsewhere. au 2><? ly
TOBACCO FACTORY MACHINERY,
A SCREWS AND PRESSES,
FLATTENING MILLS, Ac., &o.,
made and repaired in the most thorough and work*
uianlike manner, and
WARRANTED To GIVE SATISFACTION, i
at the Works of
THE UNION MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Cart strket, bklow Fifteenth jtreet,
Ma. JOHN HANCOCK.
who has been engaged expressly for tills work, will
be happv to see his old friends and customers,
among t he oldest and ht-st TOBACCO MANUFAC
TURERS OF RICHMOND. mh 1-ts j
MEDICINES, ETC.
I >HARMA('EUTI('A L PRODC C'TS?
I IMPORTED AND AMERICAN As agents for
Mr. K !'"'U:;er.i. of New York, who la hole aucnt
tor the Coiled States of manv standard and valua- :
ble FRENCH PREPARATIONS, we offer to the
public and the trade
lil.ANCARD S PILLS,
I'AlTLLINlA PILLS
H'll ii vUl.T'S PEPSINE,
PAI'LLINIA 1'nWDERS,
LANCELOT'S ASTHMA CIGARETTES,
FRANK'S GRAINS DE SANTE,
lt)DINISED C"D LIVER Oil-,
DRAGBES STRI'P OF THE PYROPFIOS
PHATE OF IRON, Ac., Sic.
MEADE ii BAKER. Apothecaries,
so 2*> Ninth and Franklin streets. I
TTSE WOOD'S CHOLERA MIX- 1
U TURE. It is Ihe best mixture for curing Di- j
arrh-ra, Cramps, Ac , ?tc. It has Mood th* test ol ,
years. At |>e WOOD'S PHARMACY. I
WOOIVs T h()LIORA M I X T U R E
euros Diarrhasa promptly and certainly.
he 1<>
KE E P a BOTTLE OF WOOD'S
CHOLERA MIXTI'iiE in yoiirhon-,!. he 'JO
CCHOOLFI e I . D'H CHO I ERA \ ND
H DIA K'HIiR A PILLS, PREPARED BY Dr. J. |
N. SCIlOoLFIELD, PETERSBURG. -These pills
have been tested by the experience of twenty- five !
vears. They will cure the first svrnptoinsof Cho
lera, Cholera Morbus, Dlarrhu-a.'and D> sent cry. j
In all these diseases delays are dangerous, and Hie >
pills should be promptly given ; when relief will .
he sure. Buy a box and ketp them in the house!
ready for use.
For sale by MEADE A BAKER, WILLIAM
H. SCOTT, and CHARLES JOHNSTON, Druggists,
Richmond, Vs.
Prick: Twenty-five cents per box. ?e 14? lrn*
A~ YER'8 AGUE CURE, for the speedy
cure of Intermittent Fever or Feverand Ague,
Remittent Fever, Chill Fevor, Dumb Ague, Periodi
cal Headache or Billons Headache, and Bilious
Fevers; indeed, for the whole class of diseases
originating in biliary derangements caused by the
malaria ofuiiasmattc countries. Fever and Ague
is not the only consequence of the miasmatic poi
son. A #reat variety of disorders arise from its
Irrlutin in malarious districts, among which are
Neuralgia. Rheumatism, Gout, Headache. Blind
ness, Toothache, Karache, Catarrh, Asthma, Palpi
tation, Painful Affection of the Spleen, Hysterics,
Pala In tiie Bowels, Colic. Paralysis, and Derange
ment of the Stomach, all of wfiich, when origi
nating In this muse, pul on the intermittent type or
become |Mirto?iical. This " ccre " expels the poi
son irom the blood, and thus cure* them all alike.
It Is not only the most effectual remedy ever dis
covered for this class of complaints, tiut it la the
cheapest, and, moreover, ia perfectly safe. No
harm can arise from its use, and the patient when
cured 1* left as healthy as if he had never had the
disease. Can thia be said of any other cure for
Chills and Fever 1 It Is true of this, and It* import
ance to thoso affiicted with the complaint cannot be
over-estimated. So sure i? it to cure the Fever and
Ague that it may be truthfully said to be a certain
remedy. One dealer complains that U la not a good
medicine to sell, because on* bottle cures a whole
neighborhood.
Prepared by J. C.Ayr* k Co., Lowell, Mass., and
?old by PURCELL, LaDD 4 CO., Agent*,
corner Main and Thirteenth streeta,
an 2- -2m Richiuoud, \ a.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
T OSl'JI'H WOODWARD,
tj DENTIST, returns hi* ac
knowledgments to his patrons
for their past favors, and aolicita
of them a continuation of the same at hi* plea
sant and commodious rooms, No. 7?l Main street,
between Seventh and Eighth? having been one
of the Una to introduce in our city the improved
VULCANITE BASK, which is now so anlvertally
popular, and within the means of all. He has an
extensive practical experience in the manufacture
'and adjustment of whole and partial aets of teeth
in this moki n.eful and natural style. Dr. HOW
ARD'S LOCAL ANESTHETIC, which ha* given
much satisfaction In the extraction of teeth, will
be used. Ml? In
F
P. TURNER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
N 0 T A R T*P 0 B L I C.
Office in Law Building, rear of Whig offiea.
[sel? 4mJ
E.
T. D. MYERS,
CIVIL BNOIKIXB.
Oyyios,
?oath west eornar Klghth and Main itreela, ?p stain.
[Jy?-*?J ^
THOMAS J. EVANS, ATTORNEY
1 AT LAW AMD COMMISSION IK IN CHANCK
BT, practieealn Ik* Court* at the City of Rich
mond and the County of Henrico. OM*e on Frank
Uft. ucond door from Sixth atreet. la i?? la
Richmond and danviuI
railroad. 'c
CHAMO* OF SCHEDULE.
On end after SUNDAY. September 214, l*e< ik.
TRAINS on tbU road will be ran as follow* ?
THROUOH MAIL TRAIN? R ICHHONi) T<
ORIBV8BORO'. '
GOING WBST.
Leaves Richmond dally at 1 U a y
Leavea Danville dally at o f n
Arrlv a at Greenaboro' at 7.U p y
Connect* with tralna on North Carolina rai?r*i
for Charlotte, Columbia, Aaga*ta, Ac., 4c.
GOING BAST.
Leaves Greensboro* dally at 4 *4 a v
Lear?a Danville daily at 7.ie a g
Arrives at Richmond at <33 p. g
Both train* connect At Burk*vi!l? with trim* Q
the Soath*ld? railroad fer Lynchburg, Ac.
Train* will atop at all wajr-?Uilon? b?t??*f}
Richmond and Greensboro', to take or pat ;
paaaeng*r*.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will be dlacont.ruM
THOMAS DODAJU.au, '
eeZ4? 1? Superintend*.-!.
OrtKi Richxosd aso I'RTKKKHrH ./
RaM.RiiAI* Cvll'Alt, ,
RtCHMOMD, Va., July U, HM J
CUMMER SCHEDULE.? TWO r>\[
n LY TRAINS <EX?'EPTON SUNDAY* N'-.kTM
AND SOUTH. MAKINO C|.of>E CONN L? Tl??*
WITH MAGNIFICENT SLEEPING CAllSoN Til :
NIGHT TRAlNS,_<?n an-t Ui ?r MONDAY
Inntant the train" will ran a* toll.w*
Leave Richmond at 4 11 A. M and 3. la p j(
and arrive at Petersburg at 5 it A.M. And t tf
P M.
Leave Petersburg at ? to a._M and 5.40 p g
and arrive at Richmond at 7.5o a M and : i\
1 On MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS. ?ui FRIDAYS
a FREIGHT and ACCOMMODATION Tit .MS i
l?ave Klchtnond at 11.25 A. M an 1 art.*- at jv.
t?>rsburg at l.lo P. M. RetarnlnK, It win l?*r* IV.
' e 0? S I ftl*D A Y S t h o MM O R N I N G TRAIN only vli
leavp Richmond, md th?* LNLMMi iKAl.N oni y
will lea*# Fetenibmij. ,
The TRI- WEEKLY TRAINS connect at I' t.r?.
burg with the Norfolk train*.
The morning and evening train* make cl> con
nection* at Richmond and PeierM.t.rx w.rh tr, . .
for the North and South, and .WZV,!TTt. ' *?
nccoinmivdated with splendid SLhM I.N >. < \4.s
night train* on the Richmond, rr Wtkk :r? avl
i'ot<>niac railroad, and on the Wilmington
W?ldoo railroad.
Going SOUTH, the route I* op.-n to K< J,t
Wilmington, Charlotte, Columbia, ?'lnrl.- n,
Oreensboro'. Augusta. Sarannah. Atlanta, M .t
gomerv, M??l?il*?. and New Orlean
The evening train for the present <'uly < .>ntiect?
a* fur ax Wilmington. N. C.
' THROUGH TICKETS SOLD an 1 IJA'i'JA'iS
CHECKED to Wilmington and K??
B. il. GILL,
*e 20? ta Engineer and Superintendent.
VIRGINIA CENTRAL aCAU.KOAD.
SUMMER SCHEDULE -The T II K o y l{
PA8SENOER TRAIN on and after S.\TCKI>A V,
Jane 21, will leave Richmond (Sunday- except*.])
at 7:30 A. M., and arrive at Jackson's Hirer at " io
P M
THROUGH TICKETS sold via Trotter k To '.
Stage Line for Harrisonburg, Winche?t. r, r< j
other points cn Valley Tnrnpike : to r:
bling's Spring*. Rocbhrid^e atid lUth A : n?n.
Warm, Hot, ID aliriK and White Sulphur
and br Harman A Co.'* Stage Line (?> L?-x -u'- ? .
Natural Hrldge, and Rockbridge Hatha . ?. t u
Virginia and Tenm-**ee railr?'a?l t< r Nx-hv:i>,
Meiiiphis, Atlanta, Montgoui"ry, M ? >l?l le, < ?r
leans, and Orange and Alexandria r< id to I y i.ch
barg and other important points in the ?ont(iW? ?
The Train* tuake C'LO>E CONME< Ti<'.\> w;th
Train* on Orange and Alexan lria riilri al ? , h
an<l Houth, and through them with the Virginia .iu4
Tenne^ee railroad.
The NIGHT TRAIN Is dl*cont!nuel for the;r?.
sent.
An ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will be rnn h?.
tweHn C!iarlott?**vllle and Richuftil ? ? M".N
DAYS, WEDNESDAYS, and SATURDAY?* I*a ??
Charlatte*ville at 5 A. M.,HrriviiiK in K.vln. i
at 10.30 A. M. Leave Klclimond nun* da,v? a; 1 .5
P. M., and arrive at Charlottesville at '* i' M
FREHiHT TRAIN on TUESDAY, THI'Kbl'AY
and SATURDAY at 6. Jo A M.
If D. WHITmj'B.
jn IS General Sap?r1ntender;t.
6HKAT 8HOHT KOUTK TO THK
NORTH. EAST, AND WK>T, VIA
RICHMOND, r'REDERICK^UUR'J AN!> I'-P'M v
RAILROAD. CARRYING THE UNITED - 1 \ T K>
MAIL TWICE DAILY.? ELEO A NT M.KN'iN .
C A RS ON A L L N I G I1T TRAINS. ?The only ia:ii il
route IssnltigTHROUGII TICK KT< in J Tlli:< " -H
HAG'iAOB CHECKS from Richmond to theclibs
North, Eaxt, and West.
Trains on th!* road are now rnn a* follow* ? The
DAY THROUGH MAIL TRAIN letve* Rlchm I
dally (Sunday* excepted) at i.15 A . >i , arrlvi; , m
Washington at ICS I*. M . cniiertlng u: t,
EARLY AFTERNOON EXPRESS TRAINS f r tt ?
NORTH. EAST, and WEST.
The NIGHT THROUGH MAIL TRAIN, w h
SPLENDID SLEEPING CARS attached l.aT-?
Richmond daily at 4 P. M., arriving In k
toa at 4.30 A. M.. connecting wrrh the I U.I.Y
MORNING TRAINS for the NORTH. !:a>!\ si 1
WEST.
THROUGH TICKETS and THROUGH BACOA'lB
CHECKS to Alexandria. Washington, B- ? ' rn- re,
Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and all 'he ;.rtr.
elpal cities in the West.
For further information and thronifh tl'-kf'*
apply at the otflce of the company, corner Kr ?d
and Eighth streets, Shockoo Hill.
J. B. (JF.NTRY.deiieral Ticket A nr.
SAMritr, Ruth, Superintendent. mr m
FURNITURE. ETC.
p B. STACY A SON, CABIN KT
"T# FURNITURE. UI'IIOLSTKRY, AND ?
PET WARKROOMS, No. l.u-1 M.iin
mond, r?K|K'Ctfully beg to Inform tin ir | .ir i ? an 1
the nubile generally tint they h tve added t<>Mi tr
oriKinai biininess a" very superior an t hand?"Ui>
as-tortiinuit of
RICH WINDOW SHADES, in ??v. ry -tyl ;
P.Al'ER H ANGINOS, In great r tr.-ty . ?v ..
which, with a very ? ?xtenstv? ai. I <?? *(> -vl-r I
aaaortment of CARPETS, OILCLOTHS! k
now open |or inapwction.
The proprietors hex to assure their f rl ?i l - ar> d
the public at lar,'e that they have mad" sp- ?< ..<i ef
forts to select the whole of the stiov-' s'ork -3 u
to in"?t the wants srnt tastes of h uthern buy*r?.
ami feel court lent that th^y can plea-e th
fasfidions, both In relation tostvle* an I -pi* 7
As foprire, they uieuu to sell at t)?e LoWfc>T I' *
S1BLE PRICKS, and ptumice to r-;d -J
energies to please. ce l?_';a
T HAVE JUST FINISHED SEVK
1 RAL SETS OF CHAMBER FURN ITI'li:. "F
ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT, the fln.-t .?? i
the most fashionable st vie In the market, ??i r.r-7
of my own make, which will be sold v rv l< ?
Have alto some veiy FINE SOLID K">rAV' .
pARLojt SETS nearly r ady. Those in w<:.t
?omethlng substantial, and at the same tims
nice, would do well to give me a call.
UNDERTAKING attended to at all honr*
II. A. ATKINSON,
No. 109 Thirteenth (or Governor ?'re<!.
jy 23? ta above Franklin, Rlchiiu ?. ^ ?_
HablistoiTa ^ B HOT 1 1 1 : Ii,
FU RNITCUK DEALf.I>.
would r^ar^ctfully inform their friend* a t i< ' ''
Satronathat they have resumed brisin< -- a! i" '
KW STORE, on Cary wtreef, betwjen N.:.'f> ?
Tenth, where tliey wflL be happy to see fto-m. ? ;
will furnish anything in their line at reAaooatl*
prlcea.
HABLISTON k BROTHER. C try street,
my S between Ninth ai a IV b
WK ARE CONSTANTLY HK( HIV
ING every description of Furniture, ( sw
ings. Bedding, and Furnishing Goodr, to whicj *?
Invito the attention r.f purchasers
FRENCH ii CRKNSHAW,
corner Ninth Ana Main strevU (uj
my 2#
TIECEIVING ANOTUEIt Sl'FPI.V
XV of those beantiful Parlor Sudes. ?
and Walnut. In BrtKatfll* and PI i?l>? *t?.' ' |
Queen Elizabeth, Louis XIV., Napel?? n 111 , *t* ?
other flne aud clicdce pattern*.
FRENCH A CRENSHAW
- corner Ninth and Main street* (ip *uu? ?
my M ?
^HE LARGfiST
A5D
MOST BLBGANT ASSORTMENT
or
DRESS GOODS
ever yet presented in this city may be s?reu *?
J. bTEBNBOCK A CO S,
1211 Main street.
;j.i
I ANOS!
PIANOS!!
m
JOHS W. DAVIES k 80NS,
RICHMOND MUSICAL EXCHANOf.
Mo. 1U Mai* STBKBT,
?ole agents for
STI EFT'S PREMIUM PIA50-F0RTES.
Theae Inatraments have been before the raf '
FOR THE LAST THIRTY YEARS, in coop*::!
with the beet makers of the country, and are ' > *
pronounced by ALL THE LEADING PROFESb^
AUD AMATEURS the
BEST PIANOS MANUFACTURED !
Theae lnatramenU have ALL THE LATENT IE'
PRO YEMENI'S, and are
WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEaE0.
with the privilege of exchange within i?*-T?
month* 1 1 not entirely satisfactory
to the parchaser.
Wa refer to the following pereone, ?ho k*T*
STIEFF 8 PIANOS now la ase :
General E. X. Lu, Waahlngton College. Lexlof *
K>? i
D. S. Paraa 4 Rao., Lynehborg ;
Rev. R. X. PaiLLirs, Virginia Female InsUtuis.
Mlaa Mabt RaLPWia, Female School, aod J c
OAVai, Deaf, Damb and Blind Inatltate, biaaatca
Profeseor E. A. AMB0LP, Richmond.
A call from all In waal of SUPERIOR P1AV
la aollelted . Terms liberal
^ HAOKg F1W1S
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