THURSDAY OCTOBER 22, 1868.
*' Madness of the South."
Under $hie heading, the New York Times
has an article "which commences as follows :
"What are the southern Democrats
thinking about ? Have they all gone mad ?
Or do they give up the political contest and
resolve to start at once on the new crusade
of murder and assassination they have
been so long predicting? Political mur
ders seem to be the order of the day, not in
any one State or any one section, but
throughout the entire South."
This serves as an introduction to a re
hearsal of the murder of Randolph and
several other outrages upon southern
society which have recently t?ken place.
The Times is guilty of the glaring injus
tice of assuming that these wrongs were
committed by "southern Democrats." In
the face of the fact thatften times as many
murders, robberies, thefts, rapeB, and of-,
fences of every grade, are perpetrated in
the northern States as in the southern, the
Times has the brazen effrontery to charge
the crimes of a few uncontrollable outlaws
upon the 44 southern Democrats.'' This is
a fair specimen of the treatment our peo
ple have for years received at the hands of
the northern politicians who prize power
above honor and money above veracity.
The Times knows that, as Mr. Greeley
would say, it 44 lied wickcdly and villain
ously " when it charged these crimes upon
the 44 southern Democrats." It knows that
ninety-nine hundredths of the southern
people condemn all such acts, and would
countenanco no man who should be guilty
of them. It knows, however, also, that
Grant is not yet elected, and it is not will
ing that we sftould be allowed to 41 have
peace " until that result is brought about.
Language is inadequate to the expression
of the magnitude or the number of the in
famous outrages of which northern papers
and politicians are guilty and the southern
people are the victims. It is a disgrace to
the civilization of the age that such should
be the fact ; but the fact it is. We are re
proached for offences not committed by us ;
tlandered because to slander us is profita
ble : vilified because to vilify us is to pander
to a perverted public sentiment ; outraged
because helpless ; and oppressed because
we are known to be unable to protect our
selves. And yet the editors who thus in
humanly and brutally wrong us, and the
people who encourage them in it, and who
can see no fault in a Radical whether he
be white or black, call us their "brethren"
and fought four years to keep us under a
Government not of our own choosing as
their own fellow-citizens !
The Question Settled.
The silence of the Democratic National
Executive Central Committee in regard to
the proposed change of candidates may be
accepted as convincing evidence that the
project met with no favor at their hands.
They defend the Democratic party from a
charge -which they seem to suppose has
been the most damaging of all to its pros
pects, and pour out a few vials of wrath
upon the Radicals, but they give no sign
that they have even so much as heard of
the suggested substitution of new candi
dates in place of Seymour and Blaiii.
This, perhaps, is all they could do. It is
too late now to do anything to affect the
final result. Their defence of the party
wiil have no influence upon the prejudiced
partisans who have just by force, fraud,
and foul tricks of all sorts, again trampled
down the Democracy. " Seeing, they see
not ; and hearing, they hear not." They
are indeed like the adder, which " will not
" heed the voice of the charmer charm he
never so wisely."
Tub World. ? The New York corre
spondent of the Philadelphia Ledger writes
under date of October 19th as follows :
" Ex-President Fillmore and many other
prominent supporters of Seymour and
Blair were in consultation this afternoon at
the Fifth Avenue Hotel. The nature of the
proceedings is not definitely ascertained,
but the rumor among the outsiders is that
the World's proposition for new leaders was
unanimously reprobated, and that the Na
tional Executive Committee will be re
quested to issue an address to the Demo
cracy at large pronouncing it * a weak in
vention of the enemy.' It may be added
that there are many curious reports circu
lating conccrning the World itself, bearing
upon itB future partisan status ; but as
there is no way of determining the truth of
them, it is hardly worth while to repeat
It seems to us plain? that the World has
ceased to look to the Democratic party for
support. Since the Now York Democrat?
a journal for which we feel no admiration
was commenced, the World has made re
peated boats of its fairness, itB reports of
Radical speeches, its peculiar merits as a
neios paper, &c., &c. It purposes, perhaps,
* to pattern after the Herald ; and we are
decidedly of the opinion that that is the
best thing it can do ? best both for itself
and the Democratic party.
General Wade Hampton's letter was
written with a good purpose, but will effect
no good results. The Radicals are such
reckless slanderers and falsifiers of facts
that it is entirely useless to attempt to cor
rect their misrepresentations. They will
even torture some expression in this very
letter into an approval of " a new rebel
lion." General Blair said at St. Louis
that General Grant, if elected, would
never surrender the presidential office ;
that he would never go out of it alive.
Ihis innocent prediction is now running
through the Radical papers under ?such
captions as " aesasBination threatened!"
General Hamwos's effort to affect the pub
lic eentiment o f the Horth will not be more
" A Grand Work," Indkbd.? The "Wash
ington Chronicle of yeaterday says :
"It is in contemplation to ercct in thiecitv
a grand monument commemorative of the
chief actors in the late patriotic, "war? a
monument which will probably surpass in
mitguificonce and equal in beauty any in
the world. It will be in bronze, about
seventy-five leet in height, ascending from
its base in gradations or steps, on which
colossal statues of the great leaders of the
tfar in behalf of the nation's life will be
grouped, the whole work fitly crowned by
the effigy of the martyred Pret>ideat, Abra -
" Great among the great of those whose
fig urts will adorn anu render illuetrious
this national work will be that of the
matchless War Secretary, JEdwin M. Stan
ton, primus inter pares."
Stanton, the woman-slayer; the man
who invaded private houses and arrested
innocent men and -women an^nfTlWta to J
dungeon* : who remained in>fi^e YwiP1 Of
fice, the butt of ridicule, until fctffced out ;
the miserable traitor to hie principle*, vho <
jUBtified the South in weeding, and 4hen J
accepted office under her enemies ; who.in
Buchanan's Cabinet was an anti-war De
mocrat, and in LrxCOLN's as cruel as Nero
in planning to punish his late associates.
Oh, yes, let Stanton hare a pedestal ; and
along with his noble effigy let there be
placed those of the incorruptible Forney,
the honest Butler, the brave SciiENCK,the
geutlc Ashley, the truthful Saxford Coxo
I ykr, and the hangman of Mrs. Surratt.
The New York Commercial publishes a
bogus letter from Mr. Seymour, declining
to run for President. The Commercial
knows that there are many men who may
be deceived even by so transparent a for
gery. The villainy of the .Radicals is past
finding out. . ,
France xsb Spain. ? Mr. Beach writes
from Europe to the New York Sun that the
revolution in Spain- was encouraged by
Louis Napoleon as a means of securing
the annexation of that country to France, j
and with the expectation that Portugal |
would* eventually follow suit. The Paris
correspondent of the Washington Chronicle
has arrived at a similar conclusion. This
would indeed be a magnificent acquisition
of territory to match . that made by Bis
marck last year. The Empress of France
is a native of Spain, and would doubtless
rule that country with a gentle hand and
in a loving mood. The Junta in Madrid,
however, are evidently cautious, cool, far
seeing men. They may fear such a move
ment as the one indicated.
By the way, it is remarkable that the cry
of the reformers in Spain is for local gov
ernment ? government by towns, cities, and
provinces ? the ruling of Castile by Castile,
and of Leon by Leon ? in other words, for
what corresponds to our States' rights.
There is to be a head, but each province is
to regulate its own affairs as far as possible.
This is the only kind of free government
possible in any country having a large ter
ritory and a dense population. It is not
indispensable, however, in such a country
as Spain, which might possibly secure its
liberties without it.
Huxxicctt vs. Carpet-baggers. ? The
2?eio Nation of yesterday was loaded to the
muzzle witfi hot shot, and must have caused
some destruction in the ranks of the carpet
baggers. It announces that Mr. Hunnicutt
will shortly take the stump for the purpose
of vindicating his character and motives
before the people of Virginia ? that is, the
negroes in the rural districts. He already
has the Richmond and Norfolk negroes on
his side, and no doubt most of those in the
principal towns of the State. He purposes
the conversion of the rest ; and in order to
this end will make a tour through the State.
Wherever he shall go, he will certainly suc
ceed in accomplishing his object. He has
the advantage of his adversaries. If he
does not misrepresent them, they have too
much respect for their own race to advocate
the election of negroes to office, whereas he
hypocritically professes to regard it as all
important that negroes should be made eli
gible to all the offices in the State. Of
course the negroes will side with the dema
gogue who flatters them rather than with
the men who tell them the truth as to their
unfitness for office and the troubles they
will bring upon themselves by attempting
to make themselves the rulers of white
General Strader. ? We published yes
terday General Strader's electioneering
speech. We now give one made by hira a
few nights ago when he was serenaded in
congratulation of hiB victory by thousands
of the Democrats of his district. Hero is
the whole speech :
" My Countrymen, ? We fought the bat
tle nobly. It was fairly won, and I am
entitled to the honors [prolonged cheers],
and we will have them, thanks to my
friends, all. [Cheers.] Boys, our friend
Mr. Hunt will now address you." [Pro
He certainly is a suitable man to serve
in Congress under Grant as President. We
can't for the life of us decide whether
Grant or Strader is the greater orator.
At lier residence on Fonbliee street, yesterday, at
9 o'clock A. M., Mrs. MARGARET GREEN"
WOuD, after a long ai*d painful Illness, In the
seventy-ninth year or her age.
The friends of the faintly, and the members of
St. James's and St. Mark's cnurclies, are Invited
to attend her funeral THIS AFTERNOON at 4
o'clock, from St. Mark's chapcl, on Leigh street.
STOCKHOLDERS' NOTICE. ?
Stockholders of the RICHMOND MA-YY
SONIC BUILDING ASSOCIATION ure/VN
hereby notified that the llfteenth Instalment on
stock is this day due, and Immediate payment re
quired. KOBERTE. MACOMBER.
oc 21? 3t Treasurer.
An adjourned meeting of the
COLLI EUS in the neighborhood of Rich
mond will be held at the Exchange Hotel on
THURSDAY, October 22, 1868, at 1 o'clock. All
companies and parties engaged in raising coal are
jxqiusted to attend. *' ' oc20? 3t
JJICHMOND THEATRE. n . . , ;
LESSEE .Ma. JOHN T. FORD.
ANOTHER SERIES OF SIX DRAMATIC
COMMENCING MONDAY, OCTOBER 26T1I.
SIX DIFFERENT PLAYS
will be acceptably presented with, every attention
? The police arrangements for the auditorium will
be ample. No noise will be permitted except the
usual applause common to all well-regulated thea
Admission, 60 cents: dress ciro'e, K cents; sec
ond or family circle, 25 cents ; gallery, for colored
persons only, 25 cents. cTc'21? 3t
FOR LADIES. ? Just received and*
opened this, morning a lot of verySU-fjA^.
t'P-KlOK SHOES FOR LADLES, as fol-*4.
La DIES' FRENCH KID BUTTON BOOTS,
LADIES' TURKEY MOROCCO HALF
LA.D1KS' FRENCH GOAT POLISH BOOTS.
LAKES' PLAIN GOAT HALF POLISH
LADIES' CALFSKIN BALMOBALS.
... ,< . ALSO, .
A lot of MISSES' aud CHILDREN'S FRENCH
GOAT POLISH BOOTS -very superior.
Call at No. 12j3 Alain street, between Twelfth
OC 22 -lw JOHN C. PAGE, Jr.
I* I N E SOAP S? Lubin'B, Condray's,
Lowe's, Cleaver's, Yardly's, Klmmel's. Also,
a varied assortment of thti best AMERICAN
SOAl'S. For sale by. . J.. BLAIR. Druggist,
ocP 826 Broad street.
Toilet" ARTICLES,? An elegit as
sortment recently selected? for sale by
JJ BLAIR. Dnieelst,
oc 9 825 Broad street.
Fish, oysters, and g ame.
i> n account of deata lti my family,
I haw cl '(-ed business at stall No. 5 ir)r
Seco dFiuh Market, also h?u?e No. 5 on .Wiwket
square : but will carry ou the FlrR. OYSTER, and
Game BUSINESS at my old depot, Sixth near
Clay street, where my customers can be supplied
wltn any quantity at all times.
?? k,"dS JtOBKRT MTO,
CROWDS OF PURCHASERS !
VIRGINIA TEA AND COFFEE COMPANY.
TEA ! TEA ! TEA !
. OOLONG, eoc., ?l.oo. $1.25, *LW
?TAPAN, $1 00, $LSS. 1*1.50.
ENGLISH RREAKFA8T, $1.00, >1.25, *1.60.
YOUNG HYSON, 90c., $l.oo, $1.25, $L50.
IMPERIAL, $L00, $1.25. $1.60, $100.
GUNPOWDER, *L2S, $1.50, $2.00.
COFFEE! COFFEE! COFFEE!
RIO, 22c.. 28c.
LAGUAYRA, 25c., 2*c.
OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA, 40c.
COFFEE TOASTED and GROUND DAILY.
DESICCATED COCOANUT and CODFISH, 111
' convenient packages, a great saving of time J
SPLENDID SALMON ? salt, smoked, and canned.
FINE SMOKED HALIBUT, 15c, a ft.
MESS MACKEREL? very larj?e and fat.
BAKER'S COCOA and CHOCOLATE.
NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES; GOOD SYRUP ?
SARDINES, good and cheap.
FACTORY, PINEAPPLE, and ITALIAN,
LEMON, EGG, SODA, CREAM, and other
SUGAR ! 8UGAR ! SUGAR !
All kinds at far below the usual prices.
r Goods delivered In the city free of charge, jf
sent by express, and not suiting, to be returned at
VIRGINIA TEA AND COFFEE COMPANY,
Corner Main and Ninth streets.
V&- TO OLD GENTLEMEN? As men ad
vance In years, their feet become gonty and ten
der ; and with a view to their comfort, I have Just
had made a lot of SOFT FRENCH CALFSKIN
GAITERS, with very broad bottoms and very low
heels, Just the article for old gentlemen, or Indeed
young gents suffering from tender and gonty feet.
Call gentlemen, old and yonng, and supply your
selves. JOHN C. PAGE JR.,
1203 Main between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets,
oc lfl? lw
KB" THE VIRGINIA FIRE AND MARINE
INSURANCE COMPANY OF RICHMOND.?
This, the oldest company bnt one In the State of
Virginia, is steadily advancing. It Is devoted ex
clusively to the insurance business In the Are
and marine branches. Its management la con
servative, am! alms at stability and perpetuity
rather than eclat. It claims to have promoted the
Interests of our city.
Now, If Richmond Is to rebuild her waste places
and restore her commercial prosperity, her reli
able home Institutions must be fostered, and may
we not, without offending modesty, assert the un
deniable claims of this old company. We can
number a host of staunch friends. Indemnity Is
ASSETS 1ST OCTORXR, 1868 :
Cash on hand $2,798 07
C8sh loaned on call 2,150 00
Premiums and rent due a, 000 00
Office furniture soo oo
Bonds with collateral secnrlty 9,387 #8
Bonds secured by mortgage on real es
tate. 5I.4M 24
Bills receivable....^ 58,181 78
Heal estate.. T 40.000 oo
Sundry corporation bonds and stocks... 18,500 oo
Dividends uncalled for $1,408 oo
Net assets $181,581 78
Rates of premium as low as other good compa
Office No. 1015 Main street, opposite post-office.
W. L. COWARDIN, President.
"Willi A3i Willis, Jk., Secretary. oc 8_2w
WST TEMPORARY REMOVAL
FROM 913 MAIN STREET
TO THE STORE FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY
THOMAS D. QUARLES,
319 BROAD, BETWEEN THIRD AND
' FOURTH STREETS,
NO. 415 BROAD STREET,
I have Just returned from New York with a
large and well-selected stock of FALL and WIN
TER DRY GOODS, and I am prepared to offer
greater bargains than ever to my customers and
the public generally.
Calico, good quality, ; Bleached Cotton,
one yard wide, l?jc. ; Bed Tick, l2Jc. ; Llnsey and
Canton Flannels ; 10?4 Bleached and Unbleached
Sheeting, good quality, 50c.; 3-4, 5-8, and 4-4
Heavy Brown Cotton ; Dress Goods of every de
scription, French Merino In every shade. Empress
Cloth and Empress Poplin, Plaid Irish Poplin,
Roubalx Poplin, Irish Reps and Sicilian Clotb,
Railway Cord and Silk and Linen Toplln,
Black and Colored Alpacas, Alpaca Pop
lin and Persian Delaines ; a large variety of
Stella, Broclie, and Woollen Shawls ; Cloaks and
Cloaklngs, the latest styles ; Blankets and Flan
nels, Cassimere, Cloths, English and French
Beaver, Satinet, Kentucky Jeans. <tc., for boye'
and urn's wear ; Hosiery, Gloves, Notions,
Worsted Goods of every style ; and thousands of
other articles too numerous to mention.
All that is wanted is a call, and you will be con
vinced that we are selling goods cheaper than any
other house in the city. JULIUS SYCLE,
819 Broad street,
oc 10 Thomas D. Quarles's old stand.
KJJT DR. MANSFIELD, HOMOEOPATHIC
PHYSICIAN, has removed his office to 822 Broad
street, live doors above N itnh, where he attends to
all branches of the medical profession. No extra
Attendance as an Accoucheur (in city).. $6 to 10 oo
Per visit to patient's residence (in city) 1 50
Office consultations 1 oo
Medicines furnished in all casks without ex
References given. Satisfaction guaranteed. Es
tablished 1865. oc 5 ? lm
K?T FALL AND WINTER T R ADE? 186s.
J. E. DOHERTY, Merchant Tailor,
No. 822 Main street, between Eighth and Ninth
streets, calls attention to the largest STOCK OF
GOODS be has ever offered at the commencement
of a season.
The styles are new, the fabrics excellent, and
the prices will be made satisfactory to all who arc
disposed to have garments made to order.
Call and examine the stock. se 21 ? 3m
BOATOI1W AND Lopomo^
52.50 PER DAY. S2.50 PER DAY.
Tills SPLENDID HOTEL, lately thoroughly re
built and newly furnished throughout, is now one
of the moi&jopular In the South. Its location is
without ajaJul in the city. It being the only hotel
situated In a fashionable portion of the city, and
l'rom its windows the guint looks down into the
magnificent public park, with its monuments and
other works of art. A walk across the park places
the visitor at once In the business centre of the
li is kept as a FIRST-CLASS HOTEL in every
particular , and Us success since opening has been
unpaiollcled In the history of hotel-keeplnjr in this
city. A. J. FOKD,
oc 22? 2 w Proprietor and Owner.
BOARD. ? Families wishing BOARD for
the winter can find desirable ROOMS by ap
ply lngaUheArtimftonHoue^ oc 20? 4t
JgXCHANGE HOTEL, RICHMOND, YA.
BOARD $3 PER DAY.
This old and leading HOTEL of the city has been
recently repainted, and is now elegant and perfect
in all of its departments. The scarcity of money
in the country, and the great desire of the proprie
topto nuke ills charges so as to enable all of his
old friends and the public, without exception, to
stop wiih him, has determined to reduce h'.s
rates to $3 per day. In doing this, however, the
hotel will remain unchanged in every.other parti
cular, sparing no effort or expense to retain for the
EXCHANGE Its far-spread reputation as being
a flr-l-claK* house in every particular, and THE
HOTEL of the city. Patronage solicited.
J. L. CARR1NGTON,
oc 16? tNoyl Proprietor.
The third anniversary op the
KIRST DISTRICT FACTORY MECHA
NICS will be celebra'.ed TO-DAY bv a PUBLIC
PARADE, and by a supper to-night. They will
meet at their hall on Broad 6tm*t at 12 o'clocfc.
Every member Is requested to call on tJ-e ( ommlt
tee or Arrangements and procure their tickets.
W. W. JACKSON.
F. G. W. COLEMAN.
00 M-lt* Committee at Arrangement p.
- , nancg|
& Q RAPID OPENING
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SOUTHERN DRY GOODS BTORE
THE NEW ESTABLISHMENT,
NOS. 1213 AND 1215 MAIN STKBBT.
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DNI* SECEDE NT ED BU8INE3S!!
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UNPRECEDENTED BARGAINS ! 1 1
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CHEAP GOODS FOR ALL OUR CUSTOMERS.
ROOM FOR ALL OUR CUSTOMERS.
PRICES TO SUIT ALL OUR CUSTOMERS.
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WE WILL OPEN THIS DAY A BEAUTIFUL
" LINE OF
MOZAMBIQUE!*, Ac., AC.,
and oar nsual assortment or
BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED COTTON,
BED SHEETINGS AND QUILTS, :
NAPKINS AND TOWELS,
SHIRTING LINENS AND BOSOMS,
BED BLANKETS, Ac., Ac., fZT?.
which will be sold at prices that cannot fall to
Nos. 1213 and 1215 Main street,
THE OLD SOUTHERN DRY GOODS STORE.
WS" ATTENTION !
THE MOST GOODS,
t'h E BEST QUALITY,
THE LEAST MONEY,
NO. 158 3 MAIN STREET.
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF DRE8S GOODS
at such prices that
ANY ONE CAN PROCURE A DRESS, i
The best quality and the highest colored FRENCH
MERINOS at 80c. and $1, worth $1.50 ;
ALFACA POPLINS, or EMPRESS CLOTH,
at87Jc., worth 80c. ;
The best quality of double-width EMPRESS
CLOTH at 87 Jc., cheap at $1.37 ;
BLACK and COLORED ALPACA at 25, 37J,
50, S3, and 75c. ;
All colors and qualities of ALL-WOOL FLAN
NELS, from :5c. upward ;
The largest and best assorted stock of LADIES',
MISSES', and CHILDRENS1 SHAWLS, from
$1 upward ;
BLACK SILK, a very scarce article, nearly a
yard wide, at $1.50, worth $1.75; at $2.25,
worth $3 ;
VERY HEAVY REP SILK at $2.75, worth fl ;
The best and largest FINE BED BLANKETS
at $2.75, worth $3.50 ; at $1.50, worth $8 ; at $?,
$3, and $10 ; worth that In gold ;
WHITE MARSEILLES BEDSPREADS at $1.75,
worth $3 ;
COLORED COUNTERPANES at $3.50, selling
everywhere at $5 ;
LADIES', MISSES', and CHILDREN'S
CLOAKS, from auction, at half their value ;
KENTUCKY JEANS, for men and boys, at 20,
37), and 50c., a splendid article ;
CASSIMERES, DOESKINS, SATINETS, KER
SEYS, etc., for men and boy's wear, the best
selected stock and the cheapest in this city ;
Handsome BALMORAL SKIRTS for $1.25 and
LADIE'S HOOP-SKIRTS at37Jc., worth 60c. ;
BROWN and BLEACHED CANTON FLAN
NELS at 25c.;,
BLEACHED SHIRTING at 10c., 4-4 at 12Jc., le?,
and 20c., etc. ;
Heavy BROWN SHIRTING at 13?*and 15c. ;
CALICOES from Sc. per i yard to 15c. for the best ;
LADIES' HOSE at 12Jc. ;
CHILDREN'S WOOLLEN STOCKINGS, at 10c.;
FINE IRISH LINEN nt 60c., worth 75c. ;
A large lot of FI^E SHIRT BOSOMS from auc
tion at 25, 37 J, and coc. ;
Best WHALEBONE CORSETS at $1 ;
The best quality of LADIES' KID CLOVES Jnet
received, at .51.25, equal to Alexandre gloves,
which are soiling at $2.
Times are hard, money scarcc, but you can bry
a great bill of goods for a little money at the head
quarters of the old-established dry goods store of
No. 1513 Main street,
between Fifteenth and Seven teeth streets.
Salesmen : Messrs. J. R. Haynes and R. S.
gmither, who will be happy to serve their friends
and the public at large. oc 16
Established in i860? l. linne
MAN'S FANCY STEAM DYEING, SCOUR
ING, a ad PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT, 4M
BROAD STREET BETWEEN KOURTlTand
FIFTH, RICHMOND, V A. -Ladles' dresses,
shawls, cloaks, and sacques dyed In any colors de
sired, or cleaned In the very best and neatest man
ner. Gentlemen's garments cleaned or dyed, and
warranted to give satisfaction. I have also estab
lished a printing department, and will print ladles*
silks, merinos, poplins, delalnea, and alpaca
dresses. Call ana see samplesofmy printing.
Practical Dyer, Scourer, and Cleaner.
P. 8. ? Persons residing at a distance from the
city can forward tbelr goods by express, and have
them returned tyralu Jn the same way at short no
tice. " ' ? ?a i ? Ha
Y qTiq second receipt of fall
lOOO# and wxntjeb dry goods at
MITTELDORFER a CO. '8, 6M Broad street, be
tween Fifth and Sixth.
Received and opened this morn In*, per stcamcra
Niagara and Isaac Bell, onr second receipt of
FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS,
consUtlnK In part of beautiful styles la
CABSIMERE8 for men's and boys' wear,
HOUSE FURNI8HING GOODS.
BLANKETS, COUNTER PANES. Ac.
Country merchants supplied at a small advance
on New York prices.
Ail In want of new. desirable, and cheap goods
would do well to call, examine, and make their
M. A D. MITTET/DORFER'S,
523 Broad streirt,
oc 20 between Flflli and Sixth streets.
? ? ? ? ?
We are in receipt of onr recond supply of SEA
SONABLE FALL GOODS, which have been pur
chased within the past week at very low figures.
We Invite both COUNTRY and CITY MER
CHANTS to give our stock a look, assuring them
that we can offer the largest and most at' ractive
stock we have ever exhibited, and at TRICES
Intending to remove to our large store on Fearl
street about the 1st OF NOVEMBER, we will
offer special Inducements until that time.
BURRESS & POWERS,
Wholsesale dealers In White Goods, Notions, Ac.,
1103 Main street.
[oc 19? 2\v]
STILL MORE BARGAINS.? We offer
this week EXTRA INDUCEMENTS in all
articles In the DRY GOODS LINE, as we are con
stantly receiving additions to our stock and en
deavor to adhere to the motto of " Quick sales and
"We aresellintr good Prints at 12Jc. per yard;
Brown and Bleached Cottons at 12jc. per yard ;
very fine Brown and Bleached Cottons at Is. per
yard ; pretty Ginghams and Plaids at is. per yard;
best f olid and Striped Shirtings at is. per yard;
Solid Mohairs and Lustres at 30 and 3?c. per yard :
excellent Black Alpacas at 50 and #oc. per yard;
ilncst Iilack Alpacas at 75 and 87Jc. per yard ;
Tweeds and Cassimeresat?3. 37}, and ROc. per yard:
Double-width Cloth at $1.75 and $2; beautiful
French Merinos, best quality, $1; large All-wool
Blankets at $5 per pair.
A full stock of Flannels of all kinds, Bed Tick
ings, Table Linen, Napkins, Towels, Plain, Hem
stitched, and Embroidered Handkerchiefs ; Hoop
Skirts, Corsets, Cotton and Woollen Hosiery,
Glove*, Shawls, Cloaks, Balmoral Skirts. Mar
seilles and Woollen Quilts, and all articles suitable
for the fall and winter season; and we put down
all goods at the bottom figure.
WILLIAM THaLHIMER & SONS,
Nt>. 315 Broad street, between Third and Fourth,
oc 19 and 1518 Main street, Ezeklel's old stand.
TTENTION, DRY GOODS BUYERS !
MAIN STREET IN THE SHADE ! !
It Is an undeniable fact that Broad street Is known
to most every buyer of dry goods as the thorough
fare where the finest class of goods Is sold at the
lowest figures, and the truth of it Is most conclu
sively experienced by those who have the good
judgment to call at
JULIUS MEYER'S DRY GOODS HOUSE,
527 BHOAD STREET, NEXT TO CORNER OF SlXTU.
It 13 rea ly Impossible to enumerate the extraor
dinary bargains lu A No. 1 GOODS d 11 y arriving
there, which are purchased very low for cash, or at
auctions In the northern cities by agents esta
blished there specially for that purpose. House
keepers and otfrers wishing to secure genuine bar
gains in first-class DR1 GOODS should therefore
call by all means at JULIAS MEYER':1,
5j7 Broad, next toco- tier of Sixth street.
Messrs. John P. Atkinson. J. W. l'edln. E.
Rowe, ami T. Tatum, will be happy to serve their
friends at the above place. oc 17? ltn
T. R. I'll ICE. J. HAI.L, JR. K. P. nCDGINS.
'ROMAS R. PRICE & CO. HAVING
JL received their full and complete stock of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS would call the at
tention of their friends and the public to the same.
They have all the NOVELTIES IN DRESS
GOODS-BLACK and C'OLORED-wlth a full as
sortment of HOUSEKEEPING and DOMESTIC
GOODS, HOSIERY. GLO VES. NOTIONS, CAS
SIMKRES, WOOLLENS, an l UNDERWEAR.
Their SHAWL and CLOAK DEPARTMENT Is
unusually attractive and comp'.tte.
They have with them Messrs. William O. Barker,
David Cogbill, Joseph J. Anderson, George P.
Bagby, and Charles McFarland, who would be
pleased to see and serve their friends, oc 16? ?w
R Y GOODS.
CARDOZO, ALSOP A FOURQUREAN
are now receiving their
FALL STOCK OF NEW AND DESIRABLE
and Invite their friends and the public generally to
call and examine them.
Their goods are BOUGHT entirely FOR CASH,
and will be sold very cheap.
Their stock will embrace all the newest styles In
DRESS GOODS, together with a full line of STA
PLE and DOMESTIC FABRICS.
S. M. Prick, John O. Cnir.ES,
Jack Temple, Thomas D. Quarles,
are with them, and will be glad to serve their
CARDOZO, ALSOP A FOURQUREAN.
se 12? 3m
JpALL TRADE, 1-868.
JOHN F. ALVET A CO.,
No. 3 Hanover street, Baltimore,
have now in store a full and complete stock or
FOREIGN DRY GOODS,
which they offer to the trade of Virginia and North
Carolina at LOW I'RICES and on accommodating
They respectfully solicit a call, feeling assured
they can make It to the interest of purchasers to
open accounts with them.
Orders promptly and faithfully executed.
JOHN F. ALVEY.
late of the Arm of Glnter, Alvey A Arents,
JOHN C. WILLIAMS,
of Richmond, special partner ;
se 8 ? *m R. G. HARPER.
STOVES, TINWARE, See.
M OUNTCASTLE CAN BE FOUND ON
SEVENTH STREET BETWEEN BROAD
AND MARSHALL, and Is fully prepared, as
usual, to do all kinds of
Be SO GAS- FITTING, Ac.
FALL TRADE 11
WM. SEARS WOOD,
at his old stand. No. 8 Main st?eet, (or 15-U, new
number,) Richmond. Va.,
would call the attention of COUNTRY MER
CHANTS and the trade generally to ills large and
well-assorted stock of TINWARE, manufactured
expressly for the southern trade. He Is deter
mined not tto be undersold by any house North or
Call and see the AUTOMATIC CLOTHES'
WASHER AND BOLLER-the best clothes' washer
out. WM. SEARS WOOD.
Established 1844. se 24? lm
HpHE "GEM" ILLUMINATED GAS
BURNER, FIRE-PLACE STOVES,
for heating first, second, and third stories
BY ONE FIRE.
No tv is the time to have them put up at low rates.
GREGORY A CO.,
an 13 Ml 7 Main street.
EORGE B. STEEL, DENTIST,;
JT devotes special attention to the pre-*'
serration of the NATURAL TEETH; also in
serts ARTIFICIAL ONES UPON GOLD OR
VULCANITE In superior style, and at prices as
low .15 the same <|uallty of work can be procured
elsewhere. Old gold plate taken In exchange.
Extracting tee' h, "fi.
OdlcnNo. 723 Main street, jive doors above
Spotswood Hotel, Richmond, Va or 21?
J OSEPH WOODWARD, SURGEON ??
fj DENTIST. Established in 1850. Re-^Sfm?
celv^l first-class diploma at the Virginia Mechan
ic's Institute, in 1855, f r the be it set of artificial
teeth. Continues to mak- superior work at usual
rates, and performs all deutal operations with care.
Rooms : No. 721 Malo street between Seventh
and Eighth streets. Richmond. Va. oc lt>? lm
ENTAL NOTICE? REDUCTION?g?
IN THE PRICE OF ARTIFICIAL*'?!?
TEETH.? The undersigned will Insert FULL UP
PER or LOWER SETS OF ARTIFICIAL
TEETH for TWENTY to THIRTY DOLLARS
A SET. Old gold sets will be taken In exchange
for new set3 on vulcanite at a small additional
C oSce and residence 625 Main 6trett, between
Sixth and Seventh btrteu.
oclJ? Jm JOHN MA HON Y.
E._ KLOEBER, DENTIST, in-jgBS*
? Berts BEAUTIFUL ARTIFICIAL1*?!!?
5TH at TWRVTY DOLLARS per set. Per
fect flt and durability warranted. Call and see
specimens of th? work.
Particular mention devoted to fllllug and pre
serving the teeth.
Teetn extracted without pain.
Dental Rooms, Ml Broad street. oc 10
COXE'S GELATINE for making jelly
blanc-mange, Ac., for *ale by
oc 7 X. BODEKER A BROTHER.
IMOTB A JTCB CftWPAWEg.
"ftTUTSAL ASSURAKGE SOCIETY OF
^ . Wt .
/ f if
OrrrcK coitNBfc of Textii and bank stkxets.
PBOPEBTY PLEDGED TO MAKE
H. A. CLAIBORNE,
J. II. Dankojith, Secretary. oc 21? Jm
PR03PECTU3 OF THE MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF
LIFE INSURANCE ON A NEW PLAN.
CHARTERED BY THE STATE OF VIRGINIA
OCTOBER 3, IW8.
Insures lives on the following plan : Each mem
ber pays an Initiation fee of ten dollars If under
forty years of age ; between forty and flfty years,
tifteen dollars : between lifty and fifty-five years,
twenty dollars: between llfty -five and sixty years,
twenty -live dollars. This amount Is all that will
ever be called for except at tue death of a member.
We propose to make a membership of FIVE
THOUSAND, each paying the initiation fee as
above, each being lnsu*ed*ior FIVE THOUSAND
DOLLARS so soon as the number reaches five
thousand members, orcnewlollar for each policy
On the death of any member, each will be called
on to nay ONE DOLLAR AND TWENTY
FIVE CENTS? one dollar to pay off the deceased
member's policy, and twenty-live cents to pay ex
Office, for the present. No. 1302. CORNER OF
TWELFTH AND MAIN STRKETS. oc 10*Jm
FIRE INSURANCE effected at the low
est rates and on most liberal terms with the
BICHMOND BANKING AND 1NSUBANCK
Cornice Twelfth and Main Stbjcbts,
CAPITAlT 8176,000 :
JOHN B. DAVIS, President,
se-i JOHN V. O. TOTTS. Secretary.
y^OMESTIC INSURANCE. .
TliE INSURANCE AND SAVINGS COMPANY
CHARTERED FEBRUARY 18?.
Well invested and seenred.
Assets employed heiv for the general benefit. -
Desirable FIRE AND MARINE RISKS ln7l
Office No. 1214 Main street.
D. J. HAltTSOOK, President.
David I. Bukr, Secretary.
B. C. Whkrby, Jh., Assistant Secretary.
Mutual life insurance
COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
ANNUAL INCOME.....^', ?10,0CC,0??
CASH ASSETS YEAR ENDING FEB
RUARY 1, 1*83, OVER.?..^...? ?*,WC,00?
NUMBER OF POLICIES ISSUED DURING
NUMBER OF POLICIES IN FORCE FEBRU
ARY 1, 1?K,
THE "MUTUAL LIFE"
is now by-far the WEALTHIEST COMPANY
IN THE WORLD. It Is conducted on the only
principle which time an<l experience has proved to
be ultimately safe and trustworthy. Its assets are
not Invested in fancy stocks or personal securities,
but in bonds and mortgages on real estate, bein*
first lien on same, and thus placed beyond the
reach of any contingency.
The company, being purely mutual, divides! ta
wbole nroilta annually among the assured, and
this dividend can be used in payment of premium*
or to purchase additional insurance, at the option
of the policy-holder.
D. N. WALKER ft CO., Ayentfl,
No. 1914 ilaln street.
Dr. J. B. McCavj^ Medical Examiner, mh 2?
Dn. WALKER & CO.,
9 SCCCBSSORS TO C. T. BBKSKK,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS,
Office 1014 Main street,
first door east of the post-office, under Messrs. R.
H. Maury <? Co.
Buildings, merchandise, furniture, and personal
property of all kinds. In the city or country, In
sured against loss or damaee by Are at the lowest
rates in companies of the highest standing.
Losses equitably adjusted and promptly paid.
Marine and inland Insurance also effected at cur
rent rates. no *5
WINES AND LIQUORS.
1 A A BARRELS' ,l SuGER'S" & c67s "
1 \J\J PENNSYLVANI V RYE WHISK EY,
50 barrels ''ARNOLD" PENNSYLVANIA
80 barrels " ROBINSON " PENNSYLVA
NIA RYE WHISKEY,
for sale in bond. 'J hese whiskeys arc from two to
three years old, and very line. Samples can be
seen at my office. J. B. SCLATER,
oc 22 No. 0 Fifteenth street.
1503 MAIN STREET,
se 23? 3m Richmond Va.
PURE MALTED RYE WHISKEY.
GENERAL LEE BRAND.
I have now on hand 100 barrels of this article, to
desirable for family use and meillclnal purposes.
I warrant It to be PURE MALTED RYE, COP
TER-DISTILLED andFREE FROM ALL ADUL
TERATION, and consequently claim for It that
It is the very best article of whiskey In this mar
ket. STEPHEN MASON,
1561 Main street,
se 14? 3m corner Seventeenth street.
D. JAMES & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
NO. 1313 C'AIIY STUKKT.
pay particular at tern ion to the sale of all kinds of
OOf.NTRY PRODUCE, and make prompt re
Liberal cash advances made on consignments In
h^nd. oc 21? 3m
DB. BRIDGFOR d" & CO., GENERAL
? COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Nos. 5, 7,
9 and 11 Broadway, and Nos. 5, 7, 9 and II Green
Office No. 7, room No. L, Broadway, N. Y.
Also, proprietors of the "EUREKA" COT
TON SHEDS and STORAGE YARDS,
Refer to the merchants of Richmond, Va.
se 7? 3m
TV/flXuLS & RYANT, TOBACCO EX
J3JL CUANbli, RICHMOND. VA., BROKERS
and COMMISSION' MERCHANTS for the pur
chate and sale Of LEAF and MANUFACTURED
TOBACCOS. Orders solicited. Liberal advances
made on consignments. Refer to A. F. Hajkvxt,
President of National Bank of Virginia ; Jambs
Thomas, Jr., Eifj., Richmond, Va.; Messrs. H.
MkiSSNGBR & CO., New York ; Mecurs. Johwsok
A THOyVHOK. Boston. Ma^ia. 1y >4
XT B . HILL,
ll ? GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Nos. 1428 and 1428 Cary street,
will give strict personal attention to all consign
ments made him of whatever character,
WITH PROMPT RETURNS,
an 18 ? <l*in
We have at wholesale or retail
PUECELL, LA Dl) 4 CO.,*
oc 21 Druggists, me Main street
J?NGINES, BOILERS, AN1) SAW-MILLS.
Several PORTABLE and STATIONARY EN
GINES and BOILERS, WITH or WITHOUT
SAW-MILLS, on hand ready for delivery, for sale
AT THE METROPOLITAN WORKf,
CO UN Kit OK &KVJEKTH AND CANAL 8TKKKTS.
TANNER, EHBE1S A DELANEY..
[oc 18 ? lw]
TO THE POOR. ? After inquiry, I find
th it then* is no prospvet of receiving any
considerable donations of coal this winter? cer
tainly not one-'enth the amount received last win
ter. I have therefore bought of the t'prlugil, Id and
Dt ep Run Company some average coal, of ln'e
r lor quality, for $\5<? per ton at the p'ts ; and Mr.
P. V. I -ante}, with his wonted liberality, has con
tented to deliver It at the yard of the company, on
Sixth and Canal streets, for tlfiy cents per ton. So
that ilie cost at the yard w> the I* or will i.e T^O
DOLLARS. Other parties buying at the pita pay
Persons unable to buy coal at the nsual price
can ?? t tickets f >r this coal by calling at my office,
?' ip!t->l street n?ar Nl?vh, any dav between ? and
^ M foe 21? S *1 WV\ W. PARKRR.
MONTHLY SCHOOL REPORTS printed
in the beat style of the art at the J?lHPATf*H
T?NGLliil SOP A. ?20 kegs BI CARB.
boUA for ?*i by ma8SIB & HAKVKYi
oc 7 No. ? FtfteentU street,
TJOBDEE AGRICULTURAL FAIR?
JD BICHMOND AND OANVILL1 RAIL
KvAD? SPECIAL PASSENGER TRAIN. -A
SPECIAL PA88INGER TRAIN wllf be m
t daily between Keysville and Danville cm th? ?>;>..
Tlfft, Bd. and SP1 of October. Leave Keytviii* ??
7 o'clock A- Mm arrive at Dtmrtllf at 11 o'clock
A. M. ; returning, leave Danville at 4.45 p. u
arrive atReysvllle at 3.45 P. M. "*
Round-trip tickets will be sold to %o either h?
this special or by regular passcnrCT*"* tns ? th?
regular rate of fair one way.
fersons going from Richmond and all sutloru
east of Kiirksvlile will take the rtgnUr paMcu?.r
train leaving Richmond dally at 7.18 A. M.
5 A paaacnger car will be attached to the freight
train, lea^ng Bnrksvllle dally (except Sunday) M
2.80 P. M. for DanvIHe Passengers fr orn the lin*
of the Sonthslde road will connect wlih this train
for Danville. THOMAS DODAMEAD,
oc 1?? lw Snp^rlntendent.
XT ALL AND WINTER ARRAN GEMEJW
1; TO THE NORTIL EAST AND WEST VIA
TO THE NORTH, EAST. AND WEST, y,a
THE RICHMOND. FREDERICKSBURG AND
POTOMAC RAILROAD CARRYING THK
UNITED BTATES MAD, TWICE DAILY? EI/?
GANT CABS WITH NEW PATENT dLEEp!
IN 6 CHAIRS ON ALL TRAIN S.? Tie
THROUGH TRAINS on this road are now ran
from the depot, corner Btbd ahd Ziohth
8TXUTB,' aa follow#:
The DAY THROUGH MAIL TRAIN leaves
Richmond dally at 12 M., arrivls* in Wash
ington. at 730 P. M., connecting with the early af
ternoon express trains for the North, Eait and
Tne NIGHT THROUGH MAIL TRAIN, with
lerant care, with the haw n??i.r.t .i ? ?
? m -..minion *n:u
A. M., connecting with the early morning train*
for the North, East, and West,
Both STEAMERS stop at Alexandria each wav
The ACCOMMODATION TRAIN for Mllfor<i
and all way stations leave* depot, corner Broad
and Eighth streets, at 3:30 p. M. Returning, arrives
at 8:50 A. M.
THROUGH TICKETS and THROUGH BAG
GAGE CHECKS to all principal points.
Por farther Information ana througo tickets, ip.
ply at the office of the company, corner Broad sad
Eighth streets, Shockoe Hill, and at the ticket
office, corner Byrd and Elghtfjt streets,
J. B. GENTRY, General Ticket A Kent.
Hamtt3L Ruth. Superintendent. oc 10
WINTER SCHEDULE. ? RICHMOND
AND PETERSBURG RAlLROAD._oa
and after KKIDAY the Bth Instant Ihe trains ott-r
thla road will b? run as follows :
Leave Richmond at 4 A. M. and 2:35 P. M.
Leave Petersburg at 10:35 A. M. and 6:50 P. M.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, with paswtyrtr
car attached, will leave Klcbmond dally (Sundays
excepted) at 4:10 P. M.
The 4 A. M. train will not leave Richmond on 8nn- <
<lay8, and the 6:60 P. M. train will not leave Peters
burg on Sundays.
Passengers for Norfolk will take the 2;35 p. jj.
train, running tlirmigh dally.
"Pare to Norfolk, *4. Baggage cheeked throng
Passengers for Clover Hill will take the * A. M
train on Wednesdays and Fridays, connictlni? a;
Chester with coal train, returning to Klchmocd
same days at 1:10 P. M. E. H. GILL,
oc 7 Engineer and Superintendent.
/CHESAPEAKE AND OHIO RAIL 110 AD.
\J WINTER SCHEDULE. ?On and .ifl.;rUH!
FIRST OF OCTOBElt, 1848, the pat>seugi:r tralus
will run as foliowB :
MAIL TRAIN between Richmond and J-'tann
ton dally (except Sunday) and between Staunton
and Covington trl-weekly? viz., Leave Richmond
at 7.15 A. M. and arrive at Staunton at 3. Si p. M.
Leave Staunton at 8.35 A. iL and arrive at ttlch
inond 5.25 P. M.
0? TUESDAY, THURSDAY, andS YTURDAY
leave Covin, ton at 5.10 A. M., aud arrive at Staun
ton at 9.10 A. M. Leave Stauntou at 3.?3 P. M. au-l
arrive at Covington at 7.55 1'. M.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN between Rich
mond and cnarlotteavllle on MONDAYS, WED
NESDAYS, and SATURDAYS. Leave Char
lottesville at 4 A. M. and arrive >4 Richmond at
8.30 A.M. Leave. Richmond at 3.30 p. id. and ar
rive at Ch&rlottesvllle at 9 P. M.
The Mall Train connects at Gordorsvllle and
Charlottesville with trains on Oran> e. Alexan-irii,
aad Manassas railroads f^r ALEXANDRIA,
WASHINGTON, PHILADELPHIA. S. \ORK,
LlACHBUKfa. KNOXYILI.E. UlATTANOO
GA, MEMPHLS, NEW OKLEa.nS, MONT
GOMERY, MOBILE, &c. At Stauuton with
sta.es jor HARRISONBURG, WINCHESTER,
Ac. At Goshen, with stages for LEXINGTON,
NATURAL BRIDGE &c. AtMlllboro, wlthsU*ei
for BATH ALUM, WARM, HOI. and KEAL1H6
SPRINGS. At Covlncton, with staires for
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, LEWISBURG,
James f. netherland,
se 29 General Ticket A/er.t.
OWICE RICHMOND AKi> YOliK KlVIRl
RAILKOAD COtEPAJTr, )
KICUMOK0, August 1, ;??. )
Richmond and yokk river RAIL
ROAD LINE?NEW SCHEDULE?FOP.
BALTIMORE, THE NORTH. AND NORTH
WEST.? The steamer KENNEBEC. CapUIn J.
H. Fkkkman commanding, leaves While House
every WEDNESDAY and SUNDAY MORNING
on arrival of tlie cars from Klchmoml, rescbln/c
Baltimore on the "" ? ' ? '
The steamer A DMIEAL, Captain Kikwah com
manding, leaves White House every TUESDAY
and FRIDAY on arrival of the cars from Rich
mond, reaching Baltimore the following moraln*
as sunrise. Returning, tlie ADMIRAL leaves Btf
tlmore every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY ?t
$ o'clock I\ K.
PASSENGERS FOR BALTIMORE leave tfco
depot of the Richmond and York Jilver Rail
road Company at 7 o'clock A. M. SUNDAY,
TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, and FRIDAY. K*-~
turnlnir, they leave Baltimore on MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY
at I o'clock P. M., reachlnfuRlclanond the follow
Fare to Baltimore only *1.
Freight received at &1! fines and forwarded
promptly, and through bllla of lading Riven to all
The PASSKNGKK TRAIN leaves the depot
EVERY MORNING at 7 A. M.
On MONDAYS and SATURDAYS an accommo
dation train will leave Fish Haul for Richmond at
9 A. M. : and returning, leave Rlclimond for EUl?
Haul at 4 P. M. WILLIAM H. EN 08,
an Ti Freight and Ticket Agent.
ICHMOND AND DANVILLE RAIL
BOA D-SUMMER SCHEDULE.? l)n acd
after TUESDAY, April 11, XsM, the passenger
trains on this road will run as follows :
Goikg Wkst. ?Through Mall Train. -Leans
Richmond dally at 7:15 A. ML. ; leaves Dauvllie
dally at 1:27 1\M. : connecting at Bnrkevllle with
the Southside roau for Farmvllle, Lynchburg, &r.d
all stations on the Virginia and Tennessee rail
road, Kuoavllle, Nashville, Memphis, Ac.. Tens.;
Louisville, Coiumbuu, Ac., Ky. ; Huntsvllie. IX*
catur, 4c., Ala, ; Corinth. Grand Junction, VI'
burg, Ac., Miss.: New Orleans, Ac., and atti retc.'*
boro' with North Carolina railroad for Chirlott* ,
Columbia, Charleston, Augusta, Savaunah, Macon,
Coiumbuu, Atlanta, Ac., Ga. ; Montgomery, M ?
bile, New Orleans, Ac.
GOING EAST.? Through Mall Train ? Leaves
Greensboro' dally at J:M A. M. : leaven Dun v 111*
dally at 8:10 A. M. ; connects at Burkevllle with the
Southside train from Lynchburg for Petersburg,
Through tickets can be procured at the tlcXel
offices in Richmond and Danville to all lmj>ortanl
points South and Southwest, and at Greensboro
and Danville to all points North, East, and Wesu
ap JO Superintendent.
TONS No. 1 PERUVIAN GUANO
landing this day.
For sale low by
ALLISON A ADDISON,
oc S 1J50 Cary street.
TONS SOLUBLE PACIFIC
v GUANO landing this day. For fair bv
oc & ALLISON A ADDISON.
TONS PURE FLOOR OF RAW
. ? BONE landing this day. For sale by
oc 5 ALLISON A ADDISON.
MAPES'S N1TROGENIZED SUPER-l'IIOS
THE MOST CONCENTRATED AND 80LUULJS
Composed of BONES and BIRD OUANO dis
solved In Sulphuric Acid and fermented with
fresh Flsfi Guano? all being reduced
by fermentation and the action
of sulphuric acid to a
GUARANTEED TO BECOM POSED ONLY O't
THE ABOVE-NAMED MATERIALS.
Contains more soluble phosphates, aminon!*,
aud fermentable animal matter, than any other ??
per-phosphate. See analysis of Professor WIIIU?
Gilliam, of Richmond Va., Dr. 8. Dan* Hayes, ?
Boston, Mass., and other prominent chemlsU, pa&*
lished in descriptive pamphlets.
The practical fjf'.ctx n/thia fertilizer on the crc?*
in Virginia during the poet ttiLsan hat, in rtrn
iiuittuic* reported, faeii a* aatUfactvry as
Dealers can be supplied on favorable terms
this fertilizer from stock in Richmond. ,
Descriptive pamphlets on wheat. Its culture
requirements, analysis of and testimonials ,cS
Mapes's Super-rhuspliatc* furnished grandi'^-d*
Apply to WILLIAM C. DUNHAM \ CO..
General Agents for State of
sett ? deodAwlm
Agricultural salt.? 200 mch
for sale by
oc 8 ALLISON A ADDISO>.
BICKFORD & HUFFMAN'S WORLD
RENoWNKI. PREMIUM rvvrl.s' t? III
wlih the IMPROVED H1TANO ATTA:
manufactured wlih all the improvements of >le-?r??
likkl'ord Jc Huffiutn for liw, and other
Improvements of our own. We now ha>e whjt *
know Uj Iw the best WHEAT DH1I.L ? < fi
In Virginia M??re accurate and r?!i*bl?*. ,
simple ami durable. le?? !l<vhlo to sccl?Hut?. *?
more certain in all Its ^ rforuuuce, than an)
drill. Thl? we guarantee m ?J1 t?urrluu?r?. ' i"
ol<t>otvlo Blckford Jc liuffinan DRH.I.S ai?d<>l*
SPR1K6 D'ilLLSfor sale tow touixie n>ww
ournewwo?k. , ...
Of the advantages of drilling wheal over br^
catting there is no difference of oplut- n
farmers. Many of our most sr.cceasiul
growers maintain that In seeding tl'ty
grain the machine will pay l> r lts?lftlw tlr?i >e
lu saving of seed and imorovemeui of cri'p. .
This drill is equally advantageous in p?itix. g
oats, and Is also the best corn-planter (h?t
used. To re*i>ouslblf taruu-fS we can ex(er?i ,i
ral credit, and we solicit a eslt
wheat to teed. H. M. SMITH A C<>;.
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