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TUESDAY OCTOBER 2, 1866.
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lfttmi rn>* wAMiiy?t?!r.
CorrMpondtiMf of the Richmond Dlipitch.
Financial Mittm-TlH' MuHklT De* sw"*
mmi? Tkf prnrat aiat t af Caw para ibf Pm
frrtty MafeammH l?r U* PrH?wt af
Karamm-Mlilra la Pw???ylva?la-H**e
r?l AecMuaM Ami Yark m4 Uar???r-I?*
tvai tkc Lift* *f iW Rr^MkM Part*. mr.
WAxmtvoT os, September 30.
The pretest condition of the Treasury
Department, under the able financial ar
rangements of Secretary McCulloeh, is
known at present to be a very favorable
one. The usual monthly statements of the
public debt being a clear and lucid expo
nent of the public finances, It- M easy to
perceive at regular intervals the Mate of,
the finances. The September statement
will probably be in readiness by Thursday
next, and will show a gratifying reduction
in the d? bt, while the coin talauce will be
found to have increased in kituilar propor
tion to that of August. With no further
' embarrassment* than are at present expe
rienced, great relief would soon come from
the tide of comparative financial prospe
rity which seems to have set in ; but if the
enormous sums due for bounties under the
late law of Congress are to be immediately
paid, it is certain that the figures in the
monthly statements, showing regular re
.1 net ions, will grow " small by degrees and
beautifully less." This will Maud very
much in the way of an easy resumption of
specie payments. The Department having
reached the limit of 5-20 l>onds which
were issued with interest payable in May
and November, those hereafter issued in
exchange for 7-30's will bear interest from
July 1, 1866.
Advices which have l?een received here
from York county, Pennsylvania, speak
very hopefully of Conservative gains In
that county, which has, however, alwavs
been a Democratic district. The majoriiv
which Lancaster county has generally roll
ed up for the Radical i>arty it is thought
will he very considerably reduced many
of the Republicans being unable to^o the
whole figure prescribed by Stevens and
other implacable foes to the South. The
question of negro suffrage and social
equality has commenced to tell somewhat
against them in Pennsylvania ; but it can
iiot be doubted that even under the new
auspices by which the eani[>aign is being
conducted at present there is too little
time to accomplish the success of the Con
'"Tiv. York rountv will cer
tainly roll up * sufficient Conservative ma
jority to balance the Radical element in
the adjoining county of Lancaster. In
deed it may In- said that prominent politi
cians from the last-named district ? and
men, too, who have always voted the Re
publican ticket? assert that. Thad. Stevens
will run 1,000 votes behind his ticket. In
common parlance, they are willing to
" bet " on that. They consider that they
could have done better with a more nu>de
rate man thau he who has been appropri
ately designated as the tyrant of Congress ;
but the politicians of the Lancaster Nomi
nating Convention were so wedded to the
woolly-headed idol that they did not dare
to throw Stevens overboard and put at the
head of the county ticket a man not so
thoroughly imbued with bis evidently ob
noxious principles.
Stevens is an old man ; his tenure of life
is necessarily short ; Lancaster county
politicians appreciate the fact; and to
show the power of this man, a prominent
politician of that county stated only a day
or two ago in the hearing of a gentleman
known to be Democrat and an adherent
of the President's policy, that "if Thad.
Stevens were to die to-morrow, the Re
publican party would be divided up into
innumerable (actions, and would not know
where to seek a leader." The election in
Pennsylvania takes place on next TuesJav
week.
The gloomy, dreary equinoctial storm
continues. Not a glimpse of sunshine has
cheered this last Sabbath of September.
The churches were poorly atteuded to-day.
Timon."
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.
Irop* in feouthftidr Virginia? Good Manage*
went aud Frugality Indisprntablr-Luougli
W heat for .Seed. Lit tie for Consumption?
? Seed \\ beat Brought from the ftorih-Two
Year* Before Me tan Hope for Good Cropo
Injury to Tobacco and Fodder by Late Rain*?
The Tt'btaacro Crop, iu 1'rokpecu, Advice to
the l-armers-Diiffcuity of &etUing with
Freedacn for their *harr?-A Cheerful View
of their Labor? loduntry and Improvement i
iu the Region about Nottoway.
Mkhekkin, September 28, 18GG.
After several weeks spent In travelling
through eight or ten counties adjacent to
the Danville railroad, conversing with the
people and observing the general state of
things, I feel disposed to give you my con
clusions. The present crop of corn will
fall considerably below an average yield
as compared with years before the war,
yet will exceed last year's crop and, with
strict economy, prove sufficient to sup
port our population above suffering. In j
portions of Halifax, Charlotte, and Prince
Kdward the crop is very fine, but the rains
were partial to particular sections, and in
iu4ny neighborhoods the ears are rendered
small and peaked by the eflects of dry
weather.
Jt will require a closer husbandry of the
corn crop, since an average of one-fourth
goes to the freedmen, who labor upon
shares, aud who are improvident by na
ture and not yet educated into lessons of
economy ; besides, the failure of a wheat
crop places us entirely dependent upon
our crop of com for twelve months to
come.
\\ e have never within the memory of J
the present generation been in anv condi- 1
tion that required more frugalitv than the
piesMitceaaon demands.
Tiler# is not enough wheat in the coun
try for seed, and very little will be con
verted into ilour. Some farmers are pur
chasing wheat in Baltimore at from $2.75
to $3, and shipping it here to sow.
The grain is large and fine, and perfectly
tree from smut, cheat, cockle, and spelt.
j * #ucb tine grain Ilea so far be
yond the reach of some good farmers,
struggling with soaraoh misfortune an<r|
"tnviug go diligently to retrieve the recent
leavy disasters consequent upon a terrible
* vImn8e of soils proves as advan
w? m" Wllh lbU Mhubeen (verted,
ZS&ffST1 a *f,r.v Jield ; but I
inE. - '* ?"">?" cof seeded ; md even
ht?vy rains have I
^iipnjjr jsjjt
'^?d time to UiicWm^ ?*? hef
?Ottii^. Mucten upasa^n before
? !
where the seaaons, the
lokiw
?to
?I? ^*11 aJ i
from appejiranccs, will exhibit next ftprint
a beautiful sample. fiuch specimens will
command a price ; and we are In no condi
tion now to alight the chancoa of reward
for labor ; and every farmer who place*
his produce in market should labor to put
it before the purchaser In the very bent
possible condition.
Upon a majority of torms tho freedmen
are working for shares of the cropn? gene
rally one.fourth ; and while corn, wheat,
and oats may be easily divided as noon as
harvested, the case is different with the
crop of tobacco. After housing, curing,
and stripping, which may be done before
Christmas, yet the labor is not finished till
the crop is straightened, packed, prized,
and carried to market. This will take
until next June; and as many of the
hands will wish to change homes at Christ
mas, some difficulties may arise in settle
ment of this particular question. The
farmers hate not on hand the ready cash
necessary to purchase the shares of such
laborers as depart, nor will any one be able
to fix a price satisfactory when the market
price is so doubtful.
The freedmen are working very well ;
and although we hear (Veqnent complaint,
it is generally from people who do not labor
themselves, and arc absent from their busi
ness, trusting all management to the ne
groes.
Very few men who stay close by their
work and superintend all operations have
room to complain ; and most of such inen
say the freedmen are working for them re
markably well. Time will accustom us to
the new order of things, and if wc can
have peace and good seasons for a few
vcars, we may be able to shift with some
?ase. In some .sections the people are re
covering very rapidly from the effects of
the war, and especially is this the ease in
Nottoway, where the people sutfered most
and longest by the presence of the Yan
kees. The negroes were more demoralized
and were louger returning to lalior, while
for twenty miles together not a fence could
be found standing. There was less corn
made than in the adjoining counties, yet
corn has sold as cheap in Nottoway as in
Charlotte or Halifax ; and although the
fence law is not iu operation, a vast amount i
new fencing can 1kj seen all through the !
county. There seems to be a spirit of en- 1
ergy and thrift pervading the people, white
and black, that is ahead of the air of neg
lect resting over some other sections. We
regret the latter and commend the former;
and while we would not make disagreeable
comparisons, we feel bound in duty to |
all parties to tell, some times, disagreeable
truths.
In my next I will s|>eak of the politics,
and more particularly of the l'reedmen's
prospects, in this section. O. N.
Correspondence of the Richmond I>l*p*teh.
Repudiation.
Louisa county, Va., September 24.
I noticed in your paper of the ISth in
stant a quotation from a letter written by
a member of the Legislature, in which he
seems to be very despondent, fearing that
the Legislature, at its next meeting, will
either extend the present stay law or pass
a law of general repudiation. The sum
and substance of all he said on the sub
ject was that we had lost all we had save
our honor, and he feared that that too
was about to be ottered on the altar of
Mammon ; that poverty with honor could
be endured, but poverty without honor
would be insufferable. Still he is passion
ately in favor of a man paying his debts,
and violently opposed to repudiation. Does
he mean that a man must sacrifice his
honor in the diseharge of his debts, that
l>eing all left after his misfortunes; or does
he mean that our debts arc to be held up
over our heads all our lives as a millstone
of degradation; or are they to be made a
penal attribute by which to appease the
wanton thirst of the heartless Shylock ?
who, during the war, acted in concert
with our enemies to hasten our common
ruiu, and as soon as that was consum
mated, was among the first to vote lor
the abolition of slavery, in that way I
think releasing all his debtors, from the
fact that the negro was generally the
security for most of the debts, and now he
is resorting to the courts in order to pro
cure judgments by which he can plaee his
infamous heels upon the neck of the widow
and orphan, aud hold them thus in op
pression until he can have his talons suf
ficiently polished to render sure their de
struction. I fully concur in the senti
ments of John Tyler, Jr., Esq. I don't
think Virginians ought to be extirpated
through debt, nor the resources of our
dear old Commonwealth farther sacrificed
through the moneyed combinations of fo
reign element. I think there ought to be j
a homestead secured for every head of a j
family, and allow them to go 011 in the
peaceful pursuits of life, after their peri
lous troubles and deplorable disasters.
Should the Legislature allow the liquida
tion of all debts to be forced by law, then
will you be able to see in some sections of
our country vast distances entirely un
inhabited, from tlte fact that in somo of
the counties a few men would own all (lie
land. The few citizens that might be able to
remain would be merely hewers of wood and
drawers of water for the Shylock ? their
worst enemy. What does our friend
mean by the altar of Mammon/ It must
be the evils of war, with the acts of the
moneyed speculator as its concomitant, for
he says everything we had save our honor
had been sacrificed upon that altar. Then,
surely we have made abundant offerings to
satisfy the demoniacal appetite of Mam.
mon ; and I think now it ought to be the
policy of onr Legislature to preserve our
honor and the little property left us as
tokens of the love and as monuments of
the respect that our dear old mother State
has for her wounded and bleeding children.
If the honor of our old State depends upon
the ability of her citizens to pay theirdebts,
then she is already dishonored beyond re
demption, for I am satisfied that one.third
of them would not be ablfe to pay ten cents
in the dollar in consequence of the very
low prices of property and great amount
of interest that accrued daring the war
from an indisposition on the part of the
Eeople to receive Confederate money as
iterest. As fbr my own opinion, I think
the time will soon arrive when these diffi
culties will mature and come to their final
solution, and then if dishonor is to be at.
tached to our old State at all, it will be be
cause she has turned iho cold shoulder of
disregard to the wants of her own children,
and has proffered her time.honored breast
to the sucklings of another clime.
? Joscphus.
Correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.
Virginia the Cradle of Education la the Saath
rioariehiac Cwriittaa af the Valveraitjr.
CBA?U>TTB8TILLB, V A., j
September 29, 1866. y
We very much believe that the predic- H
Hon of an old gentleman made in our pre
sence soon after the surrender of General
Lee will be verified, vii : " Virginia will be
the cradle of education for the South.",
Her Institutions well deserve this com
pliment. With the talent and masterly
us of a Lee at oneof ber well-known
^Btutions ; the fact that all of her col
leges of note are flourishing ; that numerous
high school*, each month, are being eatab*
fished in every section of the <jountrj, pre
sent unparalleled advantages, together with
the rapid developments of Washington
?{?!????. *h? unprecedented rapidity
with which students are poQjrJng In the
University, bid fair tocostna tlie trgsritr ?
of the prediction. * "" T? ?
numbers who are already In private 4*ar. ,
Un rup ?r |fef PalnnSy wte prop**!
>, r- ~i '"''?fir ? i, ,,
Accommodating atudenta ihould be regula
ted In the nmo manner. Consequently,
students on arriving and taking up quar.
tern in private families, or rather in private
boarding-houses, need not be troubled
making special bargains. The faculty has
obviated all this difficulty. There will be
abundant preparation to accomraodato all
who may come, as almost all the citizens
near enough for tho purpose pro|?ose taking
more or less boarders. Professor Southall,
lately clectod in the law school, made his
appcarance at the institution yesterday.
J. H. M.
Hfnrder of Federal Midlers.
New Orleans, September 28. ? Major
Howell, commanding tne Federal forees at
Jefferson, Texas, reports that two soldiers
of the Sixty-fifth colored infantry were
killed by Jack Phillips, Deputy Marshal
at Jefferson. Tho murdered men were the
victims of blind, revengeful passion. Phil
lips is at large, but a warrant for bis arrest
has been issued by the civil authorities.
Scrap* from I he National Rep nbl lean*.
Some young men in Portland, Me., are
about to establish a legislative school,
where they may learn and practice the
science of legislation. A committee has
l>een apjminted to arrange preliminaries,
and it is to be hoped that they will not for
get to organize a 44 lobby," as without that
adjunct the whole process of tuition would
be a farce.
A Western editor thus 44 cusses " an op
ponent : 44 May his cow give sour milk aud
his hens lay " bad eggs." In short, may his
daughter marry a one-eyed editor, his
business go to ruin, and he go to? Con
gress."
At the late drawing of -Rancid Butter
field & Co.'s lottery, Mr. Quibble drew
something ? he drew an inference.
They aro to have a " partial eclipse of
the sun" in Boston. The sun couldn't
expect impartial treatment there.
The Nation winds up a discussion of the
problem of domestic economy thus:
44 Housekeeping is human, hoarding is
simply animal. Yet even the lower ani
mals know enough to avoid boarding, the
only exception being the apparent excep
tion of the Western rattlesnake, who is said
to take lodgings and meals with the prairie
' dog. Apparent exception we say, because
our friend the crotalus is not so stupid as
[ really to sink himself into a mere boarder.
Every little while he swallows his landlord
j or one of the family, which in a manner is
i a laudable reversal of the custom in human
i boarding-houses."
Romance is Real Life. ? Less than a
year ago, in an interior city in France, a
young but hopeful student was completing
the theological studies which would tit him
for the ministry, lie had labored hard to
learn all the whys and the wherefores of
Biblical lore, and when the day of exami
nation came, and the professors had pro
nounced him worthy to take charge of any
' parish he might choose, he took the train
1 for Paris for a week of rest and respite
I from the dull plodgings of a student's life.
[ While there he met a c harming woman ?
i young, vivacious, as all French women
are ? who, by her soft, seductive glances
' made him forget the vows of the church
i and the duty which he owed to himself,
j Though she had already a husband, the
two agreed to cross the ocean, and unite
J their lives' destiny on this side of the
water. They reached New York about
two months ago, where they resided some
time, when the student, becoming tired of
his " lady love," took a train for the West,
lie came to Detroit, and remained here for
: several weeks.
The woman, learning from some source
i that he was here, followed, and 011 Satur
1 day met him upon the street. After a long
j and somewhat violent conversation, they
! decided to go West together, but as the
[ train started, the theological student con
1 eluded that he would not go, and jumped
| from the train. His companion, not to be
left alone, followed his example, and quite
an exciting chase was the result. When
our reporter left the scene of ac tion the
pursuer had captured the pursued, and if
he evades her it must be l>y some more
cunning dodge than the last one tried. ?
Detroit Free Press.
Discovery ok a Skeleton in Wheel
ing. ? Yesterday afternoon the workmen
engaged in excavating on the corner of
Main and Union streets came across a ske
leton. The bones were of an unusual size,
and are supposed to be the remains of one
of the Indian chiefs who used to figure con
spicuously in that neighborhood about a
century ago. Before Wheeling was settled,
an <tld fort stood on the grounds which are
now being dug up, and that spot was the
sccne of many a hotly-contested battle be
tween the whites and the red men. The
skeleton was found buried at a depth of
about eight feet. ? Wheeliwj Register.
Chief Justice Chase was lately consulted
by Andrew Johnson as to his opinion con
cerning the validity of a marriage with a
deceased wife's sister. After a moment's
reflection, Mr. Chase said :
" I think a widower who marries the sis
ter of his deceased wife exhibits conside
rable prudence, as he can have but one
mother-in-law. Two mothers-in-law, Mr.
Johnson, would drive any man crazy."
The London Era devotes considerable of
its space each week to a discussion of
Blind Tom's musical talent. It pronounces
his feat of playing three different tunes at
the same time 11 a task beyond civilization,
sane people generally, and the entire white
family."
The Springfield (Mass.) Union says that
41 sensualism, in all its more beastly and
disgusting forms of licentiousness and pro
fligacy, is on a rapid increase in all our
New England citics and towns, and nobody
can blink it out of sight without doing vio
lence to bis knowledge and sincerity."
A Boston tourist has found in Rome a
genial gentleman of sixty, named Signore
Columbo, the only living descendant of
Christopher Columbus. He possesses many
interesting relics formerly belonging to Co
lumbus, among which are two fine oil
paintings of him. He has written a life of
Columbus.
Parson Brownlow, in bis speech at Buf
falo, confessed to the commission of a
political crime, and said that he will never
commit stick an one agaif). Most likely his
next crime will be of a different kind. Ha
baa muck greater facility at varying his
crimes than his speeches .?LouisviUt Jovt
nal.
For Bctlkr. ? The General who loses a
battle can't recover it by advertising.?
Louisville Journal .
IRON. IRON. ? 200 TONS ENGLISH
BKPINBD IRON, mottlv on own importation,
unbracing an M*ortm?ut of
-
Tiahw,
ovals,
HALF OVALS, ?
iALF MUllIg. ^
EOV51iIw%)^ooC7t,t ,?*.
?Aitor.CA7ig^BUii
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For sal* by S. * I. WORTHAM ft GO.
m 14_Uw*w
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UAU DB OOLOGNB. -Knowing tfaej*
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; SPEOIAL NOTIOML
war NOTICE TOtAPlTALlSTl.-We offer
for sale fifty thousand dollars bix pbb
CENT. COUPON BOHM OF TUB TOW* OF DAJf
VtLLl, VIRGINIA , redeemable 1st January, I*" ?
principal and Interest payable at the "Union Ra
tional Bank," clijr of New York, for aeeount of
?aid corporation.
The Town Council la pledged to the prompt pay
ment of the Interest (Ut July and 1st January each
year) and principal. Price, 7S per cent.
Upon application to ua full particulars will be
furnished, showing the AUTHORITY of the Loan,
the WEALTH and RESOURCBSof the Town, and
the unquestionable SECURITY of tha debt.
THOMAS BRANCH ft CO.,
Re si? St Bankers and Brokers.
HOME LIFE INSURANCE.
THE RICHMOND SAVINGS BARK AND INSU
RANCE COMPANY
Is now prepared to INSURB LIVES on the most
favorable terras. This Is a home company, repre
sented by lto stockholders? all citizens of Rich
mond.
The company will issue ANNUAL L1FB POLI
CI E8. It will also issue polices for a term of years,
payable with or without death.
Call at the office, corner of Main and Twelfth
streets, and procure a circular.
JOHN B. DAVI8, President.
Johw F. C. Potts, Secretary. se S<? ts
iT ENTIRE NEW STOCK OF HATS AND
MILLINERY GOODS.
A. A. ALLEN,
of the concern of A. A. ALLEN & CO., of Peters
burg, has opened a branch of his HAT ESTAB
LISHMENT at No. 1406 Main street, four doors be
low Pearl or Fourteenth street, Richmond, Ya.,
and has placed
Mr. FRANK BINFORD
In charge of it.
He is now offering to city and country merchants
a large and entire fresh Mock of HATS and MIL
LINERY GOODS at as low prices a# they can be
bought North. As these good* hare been bought
at the late large auction sale* iu Brooklyn and
New York for cash, it is reasonable tosuppote that
they can be 80LD LOW. A call from dealers Is
solicited, and it will be proven to them that hats
can be sold here as low as they can be in New
York. se 15? 3m
ITH. H. MAURY ft CO.,
BANKERS AND BR0KER8,
hare removed their office to the banking-house
recently occupied by the
FARMERS NATIONAL BANK,
No. 1014 Main street,
first house below the poet-office,
RICHMOND, VA.
[au 20? 1?]
*S~ J. E. DOHERTY,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
MAIX 8TRBKT BKTWKRN EIGHTH AXD NllTH,
hu opened, and asks attention to his
FALL and WINTER STOCK, for MEN'8 WEAR.
Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting*, Beaver*, Business
Coatings, Whitneys, Meltons, Tricots, Petersham*,
and Chinchillas, of the latest importation, and cer
tainly as choice in quality and style as I ever of
fered. [seW-lm] J. E. DOHERTY.
*57" J OH. \ C. SHAFER Ic CO.,
MERCHANT TAILORS,
No. 1 Exchange Building, Fourteenth street,
RICHMOND. VA.,
would respectfully ask attention to their newaap
P'y?f FALL AND WINTER G00D8,
consisting of Cloths, C&ssiiueres, and Vestlngs of
j the latest European importations, and most ap
proved and fashionable styles.
SHIRTS and COLLARS of the best make always
on hand. se 12? 6m
9&~ RICHMOND SHOE STORE,
CORNER OF BROAD AND NINTH STREETS.
JACOB COHN
respectfully informs the ladies that he has on
hand, and is constantly receiving,
LADIES' GAITERS (a neat article) at *1.54,
MOROCCO BOOTS (a neat article) at fl.50,
and finer grades of work, from tl.SOup tof?; and
makes to order all kinds of
LADIES' GAITERS AND CALF BOOTS.
Ladies would do well to remember this.
The manufacturing is under Mr. A. M. Davis's
control, who will use every etfort to please.
GENTLEMEN'S BOOTS,
AND SHOES, .
AND GAITERS,
MADE TO ORDER.
REPAIRING NEATLY DONE.
se 13? ts
JOHN W. LEE Ac SO!*,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTERS AND GLAZIERS,
CORKER EIGHTH A!*D Grate streets.
WALLS AND CEILINGS WHITENED OR
COLORED.
Will undertake orders in the country.
Having had a long experience in the busineu,
they engage to give satisfaction.
JOHN W. LEE,
se 7-lm GEORGE W. LEE.
NT PAPER'HAKGINGS.
E8T1BL I S H ED 1117.
RIG VAULT * CO.
continue to keep on hand a full assortment of
GILT, GILT STAMPED, VELVET, 8ATIN, and
PLAIN PAPER-HANGINGS;
DECORATIONS IN BVERY 8TYLE,
as well as wood Imitations.
Rooms, halls, and passages PAPERED at short
notice and by experienced workmen, all under the
immediate superintendence of Mr. JOHN F. REG
NADLT.
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
TJLBLK OIL CLOTHS.
WINDOW 8HADE8,
CURTAIN GOODS,
LACE CURTAINS,
and every article In the UPHOLSTERY Una al
ways on hand.
UPHOLSTERY WORK of every description exe
cuted at short notice. Jy U?Jm
BOOKS STATIONERY, ETC. _
Having formed a business
connection with Mr. WILLIAM H. REINING
HAM, I would respectfully inform my friends and
the patrons of the old concern of A. Morris, with
which I have he?n connected for the past twenty
years, that I am again prepared to famish them
with
BOOKS, STATIONERY, fcc ,
at as low prices as any house In the city, and
wonld solicit a call from those In want.
Order* from the country will meet with pmapt
attention. WILLIAM L. BAKER,
oc I? Jt No. 41? Broad streat.
Text books for schools and
CoLLKGJK.? The undersigned have for sale
The TEXT BOOK8 used in tha University of Vlr
The;tter BOOK.S aaisd In Hampden Sidney Col -
Tha WiT BOOKS need in Richmond Collage,
ThaTEXT BOOKS used in the Richmond Medical
The TEXTBOOKS nsed in Virginia Military In
- etitute.
The TEXT BOOKS used in Washington Collage,
Th? TEXT BOOK8 used in William and Mary Col
Tha 1^5 JcT BOOKS used inall the aehooU in Rich
mond and the reel of Virginia,
TOGETHER WITH
STATIOXXBY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
dSouse aparham,
aa M Governor straat.
J A. DTJSHANE,
? No. ? SOUTH CHARLES STBIIT,
near Lombard,
BALTIMORE,
Manufacturer ?' Agent for tha sale of every variety
of
WBITI SO AMD WRAPPING PAPERS,
ENVELOPES,
INK, PAPER SAGS, ka.
.. ' ALM0'
HAItlAOIVm 09
BOOK AND PftUTTlM PAPOfl.
[an II? la]
T OVERS OF FIELD 8PORT,_ToU
XJ are raqueetad to call and examine < ,*r larxe
and wall-Mlectad stock of Sna ENGLIS 1
botA myasla and braaefe-loadlnf, m?j the
kera!__A to*oir epKai "
INBUMNCC.
jQOMESTIC nreuRANck
THI INSURANCE AND SAVINGS COMPAN T Of
Y J BO LEU A.
CAPITAL AMD SURPLUS, AMPLI.
PIBB AND MARINE INSURANCE.
DISCOUNTS AT SIMPLE INTEREST.
INTEREST ON DEPOSIT CERTIFICATES.
PREMIUM RETAINED FOR THE BENEFIT Of
THE ASSURED.
OFFICE* No. 1S1? MAIN STBIET.
D. J. HARTIOOK, President.
D. J. BURR, Secretary. ?
B. C. WHERRY, Ja., AhIiUM Secretary.
fan IT? 3m]
TtiTONTAOUE 6 WHITALL
(Late of the Merchants' Ins an nee Company
of Richmond,)
INSURE PROPERTY OP ALL KINDS IN THX
MOST RELIABLE COMPANIES.
They also effect
MARINE INSURANCE AND LIFE INSURANCE.
Oflee, No. SSI Main street, Jut below the Spots
wood Hotel. de 11? U
COAL AND WOOD.
SPRINGFIELD AND DEEP RUN
O COAL M1N1NO AND MANUFACTURING
COMPANY.
W. H. TALMAOB k CO., New York
P. A. WBLLFOKD, No. 715 west Broad street and
Ship Locks, Richmond, Va.
n.iMKi of coir. :
1. LUMP COAL, soft f ? oo
3. LUMP COAL, hard, for stores and grate*, 5 50
3. AVERAGE RUfl OF PITS, soft 5 50
4. AVERAGE RUN OF PIT8, hard, for en
gines 5 00
5. SMITHS' C?>aL, very superior 6 oo
ANTHRACITE, best red and white a*h.... 10 oo
Orders left at yards at Lock, Broad, or Sixth
street, with any of the dealers, or at 314 Seventh
street, will be promptly attended to^ sei'l? 3m_
A NTHR AC'ITE CO A L.? Receiving
./Y. per schooners Franklin and Bloomfleld 250
tons best RED ASH urate and store COAL, 123 tons
best WHITE AbU urate COAL. ????? .
8. P, LATHROP, Agent,
ne 18 ts south Hide Dock.
A NTHRACITE COAL.
SAMUEL P. HAWE8 & 80N,
EIUHTRENTH A5D C'AKT 8TKKKT8. r
[se 15? ts]
GW. 8NELLINGS, COAL AND
? WOOD AGENT.? Beat quality of RED and
WHITE ASH ANTHRACITE; best Quality MID
LOTHIAN and CLOVER HILL BITUMINOUS
COAL ; OAK and PINE WOOD, for aale at market
rates. Office at the coal-yard, Richmond and Dan
rille depot, Fourteenth street, Richmond, Va.
se 0? lm*
C~OAL.? THE DOVER COM PAN Y
offer for sale at their yard, on
Sixth strekt, uetweex Cakat, axd Bran,
at the following prices for the month of October :
LUMP, for grates, at *5 Go
HAIL, for grates and stores, at 4 50
AVERAGE RUN OF THE MINE, at 4 50
SMITHS'.
3 50
BEST OVEN COKE 3 50
per load of 25 bushels, delirered in any part of the
Ci,y. se l-Bm THOMAS C. JONES, Agent.
Anthracite coal, anthra
cite COAL.-LARUS A CHERRY, dealer* in
ANTHRACITE AND BITUMINOUS COAL-supe
rior quality? Dock street, between Seventeenth
and Eighteenth, Richmond. Va. RED and WHITE
A8H ANTHRACITE COAL, suitable for grates,
stoves, and foundry use. Best BITUMINOUS
LUMP, AVERAGE, and SMITH'S COAL.
Coal sold by weight always at lowest market
rates: Orders promptly filled. au lo_3in
Anthracite and clover
HILL COAL of superior quality, and at lowest
prices, constantly on hand. R. J. WHITE.
Tard sooth side of the Dock.
Office Seventeenth street, near Main, adjoining
Power A McPhail's drug store.
I shall be pleased to supply my friends and the
public from this yard with Coal upon which they
caa rely. [au ?? tn] P. H. HOY.
P EMBERTON A CREW, dealers "in
COAL AND WOOD, offlce Seventeenth street, ,
between Cair and Dock. Best KED and WHITE i
A8H ANTHRACITE COAL, for grates, stoves, and
foundry use; CLOVER HILL LUMP and AVB
RAGE COAL; OAK and PINB WOOD, mh 14 ? 1? 1
QRANI) FALL OPENING FOR 1 866,
AT J. STEENBOCK k CO.'S.
In announcing to the pnbllc our FALL OPEN
ING for M66, we desire to express our grateful ap
preciation of the very liberal patronage thus far
extended to our house, and to return our thanks
for that generouH encouragement which has re
warded our enterprise and been an incentive to
more vigorous efforts on our part to meet the pub
lic wants in the presentation of goods of our own
DIRECT IMPORTATION, and from the first bands
of the original manufacturers of Europe and Ame
rica.
Our senior partner has spent the whole year In
Europe and perfected the most complete arrange
ments for the reception of the earliest Invoices of
ELEGANT AND SEASONABLE GOODS,
so that we shall always be in advance of other
houses purchasing of importers, and offering only
small selections thus made, which may be enume
rated in the limited space of an ordinary advertise
ment, but which becomes Impossible in the grades,
character, and
GREAT VARIETY OP OUR EXTENSIVE STOCK,
which we pledge ourselves shall always embrace
PULL LINES OF GOOD8
In every department. We are now opening in
FASHIONABLE DRES8 GOODS :
VALENTIA,
SEKAPHINE STRIPES,
IMPERIAL STRIPES,
FRENCH POPLINS,
Double width IRISH POPLINS,
All wool EMPRESS CLOTH8,
PLAIN, COLORED, and F1GURBD AL
PACAS
Very pretty FRENCH MERINOS,
FRENCH MOU6ELINES, Ac., Ac.
OUR SILK DEPARTMENT:
Elegant BLACK GROS D'LYONS,
GROS D'AFRIC,
GROS D'ECCOSSE, and ITALIAN and other
superior 8ILKS,
BLACK FIGURED SILKS, very handsome ;
BLACK DOTTED ami STRIPED SILKS,
WHITE POULT DE 80IE, superior quality.
MOURNING GOODS.
Having spared no paint in the selection of
J roods for this department, we feel a confidence
n asserting we have on hand
THB BE8T ASSORTMENT
lo be foand hereof elsewhere. Among which
may be foand
LUPIN'8 CELEBRATED BOMBAZINE8,
of all grades, from the coarsest to the finest ;
V AILLARD'8 BOMBAZINES.
LUPIN'S BLACK FRENCH MERINOS,
LUPIN'S MERINOS, (en quarters wide, for
BLACK Ta^SE' CLOTHS,
8ILK WARP ALPACA8,
BLACK AND BLACK-PURPLE MOU8ELINE8,
BLACK AND BUCK AND PURPLE POPLIKllJ
in 17
POPLIN ETT8, Ac., ko., k
comprising every article of
FRENCH A*HD ENGLISH CHAPES.
and all other goods for
MOURNING AND HALF MOURNING.
We can enter upon no enumeration of oar vary
futlllneeof
FLANNELS AND DOMESTIC GOODS.
HOUSE *UBXI8H1J(0 GOODS:
TABLE DAMASKS, ' *
D0YLIE8, NAPKINS, COVERS, *
WINE CLOXga,
' U EMBROIDERED and EMBOSSED COVERS,
DAMASK MOREENS foreurtains,
, MARSEILLES QUILTS.
ur cloths ajtv cassi MIKES,
. PRICES MUCH UNDER THB MARKET.
LiCBS AMD EMBROIDBBUS, i
UN EN 8, MOSIKBY, GLOYBS,
MS TKIMMINO GOODS,
VTIC 0OOPS of all kiode;
Old ve aeaaraAl^Jhat they shall he ofsrsi at the
lowest poeetMe prieea,a?d mo ?th rartety u ma
(Lata af Baa
loe. i?i end m? Mainitrset, KkbaoA*
Me*?. A.JLTavum.M. K. BW.F.O.BiT
Jext?re?, K.M- >????, L. Tbht, and
With a special desire* to meet the wanta of
MISSES AND CHILDREN,
we have imported some chaste, small figured,
ALL-WOOL DELAINES,
PLAIN, STRIPED, and CHBCKRD MERIN08,
POPLINS AND POPLIN ETT8, charming styles; I
SCOTCH PLAIDS. Ac., Ac.
8TEAMERR
r\AILY LINE TO NORFOLK, CTTY
1/ POIST, AND ALL LANDINGS 1
ON JAMM BlVlR?On and after
tb. TENTH OF 8SPTKMBIR the iflHl
?i?xant unmtn
" "is ? -Captain D. J. If lit,
JOHN 8YLVB8TER... Captain Z. cJoirroan,
will leave Lad lam A Watson's wharf f>AILY. ex
cept Sundays at 9 o'clock A. M., for CITY POINT,
ON JAM& HI VKB ?? ALL k1501*0^
P*M?Men by these boats will arrive at City
Point In time to eonnect with the ears lor Peters
burg.
Fare to City Point $1 00
Fare to Norfolk J So
Fare to Norfolk, sccond class 3 uo
T heO E O B 0 B A N N A leavos Richmond MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY, and FBIDAY.
Returning, leaves Norfolk TUESDAY, THURS
DAY, and SATURDAY.
The JOHN SYLVESTER leaves Richmond TUES
DAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY.
Returning, leaves Norfolk MONDAY, WEDNES
DAY, and FRIDAY.
Freight for way landings mast be prepaid.
L. B. TATUM, Agent.
Ofllce at steamers' wharf.
J. H. FREEMAN, Passenger Agent.
Office corner Fourteenth and Franklin streets.
se 14? ts
T?OR NEW YORK.-ATLAN-^fflflL
JT TIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPA- SlilAfi
NY. ? The splendid new side-wheel st?am?blp
HATTERAS, 8. A(.bxa5Dkk commander, ALBE
MARLE, A. Borairi commander, leave Richmond
?very TUESDAY and FRIDAY : leave New York
?very WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY.
These SHIPS are entirely new, and were built
ixpressly for the route. _ __
They have splendid SALOONS and STATE
ROO MB .and the FARB, ACCOMMODATIONS and
ATTENTION are unsurpassed.
Passage, meals, and state-rooms Included, SE
VEN DOLLARS A.ND A HALF.
Goods shipped by this Line are landed regularly
at New York, on the Company's covered pier,
within forty-eight hours.
Shippers are Invited to notice that the great
damage and Iom by handling, and exposure from
frequent re-shipping, aa on other lines, is avoided
by this route.
Freight* for points beyond New York will be for
warded with dispatch, and no charge made except
actual expenses incurred.
These snips discharge cargo In New York at pier
No. K Nortn river, and the Company's steamers
for Wilmington, North Carolina ; Charleston, Sa
vannah. Mobile and New Orleans, leave front the
same pier. Qoods for these points can be trans
ferred without expense or exposure.
Insurance is very low by these ships, and the
?eonomy in time, insurance, and condition in
which goods are delivered, makes this the cheap
?at route from Virginia. Insurance effected at
lowest rate*, when ordered.
AGENTS :
LIVINGSTON. FOX ft CO.,
141 Broadway, New York.
IAMUBLAYRB8 A CO.,
Richmond, Virginia.
CALDWELL ft DUNN,
City Point and Petersburg.
T. H. WEBB.
Norfolk, Virginia.
For freight or passage, apply to
SAMUEL A Y RES ft CO., Agenta.
Office corner of Cary and Virginia streets, oppo
site the Tobacco Exchange. de 21? ts
CLOTHING.
J^ALL AND WINTER CLOTHING
AND
GENTLEMEN'S FURNI8HING OOODS.
A large and splendid assortment vf
FRESH GOODS
and desirablo styles just received ; which we
pledge ourselves to sell at Baltimore prices.
ALL THE LATEST STYLES RECEIVED DAILY
FROM OUR BALTIMORE HOUSE.
MEASURES TAKEN,
B
AM>
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER IN BALTIMORE
AT SHORT MOTICI.
Persons in want of CLOTHING ami FURNISH
ING GOODS will find il to their interest to call ami
examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere.
SHIPLEY, ROANE 4 CO.,
corner Fourteenth and Franklin streets,
opposite the Exchange and Ballard Hotels,
se 26? Iw Richmond, Va.
OYS' CLOTHING FOR SCHOOL
and DRESS urpose*, for boys from live to
< Ighteen yean. id. consisting of Sack Coats,
Jacket*. Pants. Overcoats, Shirts, Socks, Suspend
ers, Collars, Ties, Ac., Ac.
WILLIAM IRA- SMITH & CO.,
se 28 112 Slain street.
K ROLLING PICKETT th-sire* to
? inform his city and country friend* that be
is now engaged In the CLOTH 1 N <i BUSINESS, at IIS
Main street, wher? can alwayn tie found one of tbe
largest and best selected STOCKS OF GOODS ever
offered in this market. The stock constats of !
MEN'S. BOYS', and CHILDREN'S RKADY-MADB
CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, WHITE
SHIRTS, and such other articles as are usually '
found Til a first -class house.
WILLIAM IRA SMITH k CO.,
se 21? to 112 Main street.
1? B. S PENCE, Aoknt,
J, MERCHANT TAILOR AND CLOTHIER,
OI.D ST AM*,
No. 1300 Main street, corner of Thirteenth,
RTCHMOKD, Va.
CLOTHS, CASSI MERES, and VESTINUS
always on hand, and made to order in the best
style.
Ha* also on hand a stock of
READY-MADE CLOTHING
of his own manufacture.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
in endless variety.
SHIRTS MADE To ORDER AT SHORT NOTICE.
? call solicited before purchasing elsewhere,
[se 7? tsj
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
WIM.IAM t> UIBSOX, IIR.VRY C. WATKI**,
late Harris H Oibson. late Winfree \ Wat kins.
G1IBSON tt W ATKINS,
T PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
OFFICE AT SHOCKOE WAREHOUSE.
The undersigned beg to renew to their old
friend* and to the planters and farmers of Virxttiis
and North Carolina generally the offer of (heir
services as
PRODUCE COMMISSION MBRCHANTS.
Their intimate acquaintance with the tobacco
trade qualify them peculiarly as agents for the
sale of this article.
Their charge for commission after 1st of October
will be two and a half per cent, on all sales of to
bacco, (lour, and KTain. ?
_se 26-1 m GIBSON 4 W ATKINS.
JOB.V H. flat. WILLIAM T. A II.K.V .
Gary a allbn,
LUMBER
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
south side Basin,
corner of Eleventh and Canal street*,
seli? lm RicHVO.m, Va.
J H, WORD,
GROCBB AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
has opened his new store, on t'ary between Fourth
and Fifth streets, and most respectfully asks the
patronage of his friends and the public.
se 10? lm*
TkAVID B. CLARK, MERCHAN
1 " DISS BROKER. 1?17 Cary street, between
Thirteenth and Virginia streets, offers his services
for the sale and purchase of all classes of MER
CHANDISE and PRODUCE on commission. Orders
and communications will be promptly attended to.
Refers to the merchants generally of this citr.
Also represents the commission houses of Messrs.
J. A. Bhsi.ow & Co., Charleston, 8. C., and Messrs.
Frakkli* it Blackwood, Mobile, Ala._ se 7? lm
VTOTICE.? STEVENS A PEG RAM,
il COMMISSION MERCHANTS. All Broad,
rtr*rt, are the wholesale agents for CREAM BIS
CUIT. and will be glad to supply the trade^ au t? '
A" L. SHEPHERD A CO~ Genend
? Commission Merchants for the tale of TO- f
BACCO, WHEAT, LUMBER, Ac. All business en- I
trusted to our caro will receive prompt attention.
Mr. A. 0. T A LM AN, formerly with tieorre W. |
Atkinson, and late Talmaa k Harris, la associated
wlU| us, and will be pleased to serve bis old
friends and the former patrons of the two late con- I
'?ems. Ottee comer Eleventh and Canal streets, i
17" |
Jy?ILI? A RYANT,
TOBACCO KXCHAXGB, RICHMOND, VA.,
BR0K1RS AMD COM Mi Ml ON MERCHANTS
for the purchase and sale of
LEAF AND MAN 0 FACT U RED TOBACCOS.
Orders solicited. Liberal advances aside on con*
ligaments.
airia to
A. V. Haitit, President National Bank of Vlr
|lnit ;
J amis Thomas. Jr., Isq., Richmond, Ta.;
Messrs H. Missihu A Co , New York;
Messrs. Joasaoa * Tmomtsom, Boston, Msss.
coss.
1 stasJWW-.
Ms kaskeis fROWIHTOFF,
let bushels BRAN.
?SS bushels PRIMB OATB,
^ W1I0HT#
No. UtfCavyatreal, between '
Ml* * and Twelfth
P BO T AC I# ?8?
TIC LBt.^-Tkeaa in need, ot
?Hires of
a assessors
street'
RAILROADS.
? CHARGE OP SCFIEDULB.-On and Tfu,
MONDAY. Octobtr l*t, the mall train will t>* ri]n
between Richmond and Staunton daily (?and?r*
excepted), leaving Richmond at T in A. M. *,,.j
between Stannton and JneUaon't river tri-w?*k|y
leaving Staunton on arrival of nail train from tun
*a*t, at i JO P M . on MONDAYS, WBDNESDa Yk
and FRIDAYS, and leaving Ja^on'* rlv?r *f i
P. M on TUESDAYS, TL I'RSDAYS, and SaTI it.
DAYS. Tke accommodation train will bo run i,.
tween Charlottesville and Richmond on Mo*.
DAYS. WEDNESDAYS. and SATURDAYS, |fat.
inv Cnarlotte*ville at 3 A. M. and RichtnoiH 4I
3. ISP. M. Freight train* leave Richmond on
TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, and SATURDAYS at
? 10 A. M.
TH Ron 3 II TICKETS to Lexington, Harrison,
burg, and other point* In the Vallef.anj toall
prom. rent point* In the *outhweat, ran h- t,.,r.
chased at the office. H D. WHITCOMb.
oc 2 Oeneral Soperlr,tend?nt
ammmmmmm
Richmond and danvillk
RAILROAD.
CHANGE OP SCHEDULE
On and after SUNDAY, September 23d,
TRAINS on this road will bo ran a* follows.
THROUGH MAIL TR AlN-R I C H M O N D TO
GREENSBORO'
0 O f? O WEST.
Leave* Richmond daily at 7.44 a M.
Leaves Danville daily at < Sep \|
Arrlr a at Green*bor"' at 7.15 p y
Connect* with train* on North Carolina railroad
for Charlotte, Columbia, Au^nxta, Jtc., *c.
GOING EAST.
Leave* Greensboro* daily at. 4 MA \(
Lea ro h DatiTille daily at. 7 5<1 \ y
Arrive* at Richmond itt 4 .43 p. jj
Both train* connect at Buikeville with train* un
the Stioth^ide railroad f*r Lynchburg, 4c.
Train* will *top at all way-atailon. b*tw.,?n
Richmond and Oreen*boro\ to take or put J. ??
pa**'*ni{er*.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will b.- di*com r? . j
THOMAS DODAMEau.
*6 14-t* Sopcritltendert.
Offt' K Rn tlMOUD A*D Pk rKK^B' K i
Rat Lao ad CovriMr, }
Rich*".m>, Va., July U, I'd. )
CUMMER SCHEDULE.? TWO DAI.
O LY TRAINS (EXCBPTON SUNDAYS. X<<KTH
AN D SOUTH, MAKING CL<>SE Ct?NX E< Tlnis
WITH MAGNIFICENT BLEEPING CaRm?N THK
NIGHT TRAINS,? <>n and after MONDAY tbeUii,
instant the train* will run a* follow*
Leave Richmond at t ISA. M and 3. 10 p. M
and arrive at Petersburg at 5.?o a. M. an I *
P. M.
Leave PetersburK at ? 2? A. M and 5 40 P. v
and arrive at Richmond at 7.W a. M. an.i ; I
1' M
On MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS, and FRIDAYS
a FREIGHT and ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will
i?ave Kichtnond at 11.23 A. M. :tnd arrive .?t jv.
teraburg at Mo P. M Returning it will lear. p...
ternb'irg at 11.15 A. M.
On SUNDAYS the MORNING TRAIN only ?,:i
leave Richmond, and the EVENING TRAIN' only
will leave Petersburg.
The TRI- WEEKLY TRAINS connect at P.t^r
bur?; with th.- Norfolk train*.
The morning and evening train* make rlo*?coii.
nectlon* at Richmond anJ Peter-burg with i : .?
for the North and South, and pa**' nicer* < hi t>
accommodated with *plendid SLEEPING ? .\IM?.ti
night tr:iiu* on the Richmond. Fredericksburg u.j
Potomac railroad, and on tlie Wilmington uid
Weldon railroad.
Going SOUTH, the route i* open t.. IUI< iK|(,
Wilmington, ( harlotte, Columbia, <'harl>-'?ii,
Greenaboro', Auguata, Savannah, Atlanta, M i.t
joinery, Mobil*?, and N< w OrUan*.
The evenint( train for the pre*eiit only conu?i..
a* far a* Wilmington. N
THROUGH TICKETS SOLD and RAGO.viK
CHECKED to Wilmington and Raleikh
K II GII.L,
*e2o? t* Engineer and Superintendent.
BS ?BMEgBMBB
Great short routk to thr
NORTH, EAST. AND WE.VT, VI .4 Hit
RICHMOND, frREDERICKMJURO A.NDl'uT >Tu;
RAILROAD. CARRYING THE UNITED STaTKK
MAIL TWICE DAILY.? ELEGANT 8LKK I'IS'J
CARSON ALL NIOIlT TRAINS. ?The only r*llr? ?.l
rout* tuning THROUGH TICKETS and TllK'l* iH
BAGOAOE CHECKS from Richmond to tbatilUi
North, Ea#t, and Went.
Train* on thin road are now rnn a* follow. Th?
DAY THROUGH MAIL TRAIN leave# Klchmoni
daily (Sunday# excepted) at <i. IS A. M , arrn.;i* la
WaMhintrton at 8 25 P. M.. connecting with 'L#
EAKI.Y AFTERNOON EXPRESS TRAINS forth*
NORTH, EAST, and WEST.
The NIGHT THROUGH MAIL TRAIN, with
SPLENDID SLEEPING CARS attached It-urn
Richmond daily at ? P. M., arriving In
toa at J3o A. M , connecting wjrh th* I.AKI.i
MORNING TRAINS fur the NORTH, t A>T. and
W EST.
THROUGH TICKETS and THROUGH H A ' i ? . A ' i K
CHECKS to Alexandria. Washington, Baltiui<>r?,
Philadelphia, New York, Bo. ton, and all th? prin
cipal citiea in the Went.
For farther information and thma.-h t.ik*!*
apply at the office of thn company, corner Hr>.?d
and EUnth ntreeu, Sh<*-ko* Hill.
J. B. GENTRY, General Ticket Ax?ot.
SaMTEti RrTH, Superintendent. my U
MEDICINES, ETC.
i r any one should DornrrHi:
1 EFFICACY OF WOOD'S CHOLERA A.NI> hi
ARRIKKa MIXTURE they can convinced i-v
calling and *??ing certllicaUM from many tie
mo>t renpectable cTlixena. Prepared and - ?
at 1 WOOD'S PH ARM AC V,
o,- 1 corner Fifth and M4?haH ?ti? '?
Pharmaceutical PRODm*?
1 IMPORTED AND AMERICAN. -A- ?. la f??r
Mr. E Fotigera, of New York, who la ?*??!?? aiftnt
for the United Stiiten of many ?taiid?r.l an 1 val . t
bl.? FRENCH PREPARATIONS, we o?. r i.i the
public and th<> trade
IU.ANCAHD H PIIL8,
PAULLIN1A PILL*.
BOUDAULT S PEPSINK,
PA PL LI N I A POWDERS,
LANCELOT S A>TIIM A CIGARETTW,
FRANK'S GRAINS DE SANTE,
IODINISKD Col) LIVER OIL,
DRAGEE'K SYRUP OF THE PYK"PH -?
PHATE OF IRON, Ac., \c
MEADE A BAKER. Apothecary*.
ae25 Ninth and Franklin ?Irwti.
CCHOOLFIELD'S ~ CI IOLF.RA AND
H UIAKRIKKA PILLS. PREPARED BV I'a
N. SCHOoLFIKLD, PETERSBURG.? Th'-e pill"
hare been tented by the experienced twenty- ?e
year#. They will cure th? rtn-t ?yraploin-"M ??'
leru, Cholera Morbua, Diarrhoea, and ' '
in all thcae diaeaaea delay* aie dauger?u', ?< < ? : J
pill# should ba promptly given : when re a*' n
be sore. Buy a box and ke?p them In ih^ ??
WfJr fMle""bT MEADE & BAKER, WILLI**
H. SCOTT, and CHARLES JOHNSTON, Drag***.
Richmond-A'a. ^
Pkick: Twenty- litre centa per box. #?> O- im
"dissolutions.
I DISSOLUTION OF CO- I'AlCTNKU
1 ' SHIP.? The firm of LEE A CoX t- ih '*'
dlMolved by mutual conaent.
A. S. LEE will settle op the bQ?lne^ M"
1
Marine foundry,
WATER STREET.
BII.0W THI Yo** Buriai
Hariris ae cared the eerrlcee of Mr. WILLI A"
L. COXw ?aperlnteod the baelneea. I will t0[l
"^RON AND BRASS FOUNDRY BUSINKS
and will manufacture to order PLOW CAsTllQg.
HOLLOW WARE, WAGON BOXES, ANblEOW,
* Particular attention paid to JOB WOKK, which
will be executed In the beat manner and at ?.?
?horteat notice. ()y IJ-amJ A.
"iron and brass foundry.
rpALBOTT A BROTH Eli,
MANUFACTURERS OF
8TKAM ENGINES, SAW MILLS, GRIST MILL.",
HYDRAULIC PRESSES, Ac.,
are again in buaineaa, corner < ar*
taenih atresia, and ar? i>r?pared ? t
HICKS S PATENT ENGINE, lU a lO'^ N KV
now out. Al#o. our Improved Os>< ILLAn. k)nJ
GINK, aomethlnjc very almple , and ?i > ? 1 laJ
of ENGINE required. All "" ?u '?rcb*?
will do well to call and #ee them be(i>r< \ [y
tail elwwlwr*. '
moBACCO FACTORY MACHIN EK ? ,
I ICREWft AND PRBSSE6,
| FLATTENING MILLS. *<>.,
1 made and repaired In Ui? ?osltboroa*t? aud ?
TH BUNION MAB^FaCtWwOC^J*.
Caet it?MT, iilow Firr?**T?
"here
Ml. JOUN HANCOCK
who haa been engage*:
be ha
Ma. JOUN HANCOCK,
laa been engaged expreaaly for thl# work, will
to aee hla old friand# and cu?t"W#fs
among tb? oldeet and beat TOBACCO MASTFlC*
TUBERS 0? RICHMOND. a;b t-ta
XTATIONAL TELEGRAPH
11 NY-ORGANi/ED UNDER TIIE LAW* ?'F
rut stats op vkw York-capital
9lf,e?M,ek?.^.gub#eiipiloii* are aoticlted. Fiv* par
eent. will be reuulred on aabvcrlbln^. It ie c n?
fV'L1' thirty- p?r c*nt will *
eoalpTBN THOUSAND MILES OK MTI Kl?. which
will conaeet ail roniiuercial cantrea aad tmpowaat
plaeea la Uie Cuite# sutoa ; and lh?*
hop# that twenty- Ire p^r ceut. will auiflce n?r
r&iTtifciS .%? IfyiSaM.
ffikumm r?aa
ae V-m _
MM K /or
' Ji-ba > *?
m?j. onu pore l?? ?
m lm Rlehmond, f?r*ale
.. it?#.
CARD.? The underalgn*?d P^Jf*
Dharmeeatlat, who will In

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