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THURSDAY NOVEMBER 12, 1868.
Money Affairs.
The New York press is complaining of
the Secretary of the Treasury for alleged
coquetting with the money market. He is
charged with lending himself to the schemes
of bulls and bears alternately. Whether
the accusations be well founded or not, the
Secretary of the Treasury of the Federal
Government at this time wields great power,
and is sorely tempted by the opportunities
constantly presented to him for making
money. Any man holding that office may
become a millionaire in a short time, unless
he be too strongly fortified by his integrity
against the great temptation constantly in
Titing him to employ the Government funds
for personal benefit.
There has been a variety of reports
nbout what Mr. McCui.loch would do, and
jet he has done nothing that is known to
the public. It is because of the use that is
made of these contradictory reports as to
his intention that he is charged with equi
vocating with bulls and bears alike. If the
panic, however, is not eased off a little soon,
it is more than probable that the Govern
ment will take sonic measure of relief.
Under the new dispensation the Govern
ment haa vastly extended its jurisdiction
over the domestic interests of the people,
and it will have proportionately to increase
its vigilance and means for their protec
tion.
The following is from the New York Com
mercial Advertiser of Tuesday afternoon :
"Early in the morning money showed
more ease, and loans were generally made
at seven per cent, currency; at noon there
was a more active demand, and the rate be
came somewhat generally seven percent, in
gold. Reports were current that there has
been a renewal of 1 locking-up' operations,
of which there are Borne indications.
14 The various rumors relative to the pur
poses of the Secretary of the Treasury have
t-ettled down upon the following facts : The
Secretary has concluded that he has the
discretion of reissuing retired three per
cent, certificates. At present, he has given
no instructions for acting upon that conclu
sion; but, in the event of the pressure con
tinuing very severe, and the balance in the
treasury being materially reduced, he
would be willing to issue three per cent,
certificates in exchange for bonds to an ex
tent not exceeding $18,000,0! 0.
" These certificates would naturally be
sent to the treasury for redemption, find in
redeeming them the Secretary would use
retired but uncancelled United States notes.
Substantially, this would be an exchange of
preenbaeks for bonds. There are, however,
these objections against a present resort to
the expedient : the Department considers
the price of bonds too high to justify their
purchuse, and the currency balance is not
now so low as to render the step necessary,
the babmce last night being in round num
bers, $8,500,000, or about the suine as a;
the beginning of the month.
" Discounts are quiet, owing to the diffi
culty of negotiating even paper, the best
names being barely current on the street
at [email protected] per cent."
The Latest Nonsense.
The concocted stupidity about the Demo
cratic electors casting their votes for Grant
id the absurdest of fabrications. The elec
tors -would be guilty of a gross violation o!
duty were they to cast the votes in their
hands for any other persons than those ori
the ticket on which their names were
placed. It would be an exorcise of discre
tion quite at variance with the long-estab
lished custom, and which would not be tole
rated. The ceremony of casting the vote.-*
in the electoral colleges is only the formal
announcement of the votes given by the
people at the polls, and the electors have
no right to alter them.
What good would it do to make General
Guam's election unanimous now '! The
people were not unanimous, and General
Grant knows it. The changing of their
votes by the agents who are entrusted to
make them known icill not convince General
Grant tltat they mere for him ichile voting for
Mr. Setmour.
The busy letter-writers are in too great a
hurry . However much the people may be
pleased with General Grant's demeanor, and
however much they may hope from his ad
ministration, they are not all ready just now
to become Grant men. There is something
more to be done ? something by General
Grant himself? before, with one accord,
the entire population will muster under his
flag. Even if the electors had a discre
tionary power, they could not with any pro
priety all give their votes for General
Grant until such a state of things existed.
General Grant has begun remarkably
well. His declining all public parades and
Bhow of flattery ? miscalled " public hon
ors " ? is very significant. It is the first
step towards peace. It is the extinguish
ment of the little partisan fires undur innu
merable kettles filled with all kinds of ran
corous passions. They were ready to boil
over. Windy office-hunters were standing
by to blow up the flames ? to flatter the
President elect ? to triumph over and taunt
his adversaries. He would none of it ; but
forbade any such demonstration. He wanted
to be let alone ; and he told those who ap
peared before him in the habilaments of
war to take them off, and give us " peace."
All this ia significant, and most agreea
bly so.
By pursuing this policy consistently Gen
eral Gra.nt may put down the passions of
the war and bring about peace. By doing
thin, and by keeping his own counsels and
following out a policy that will restore con
fidence and prosperity to the country, he
will, like Jackson at the end of his first
term, find himself almost without opposi
tion. But all this is not yet, and there
must be some waiting ia hope cheered by
what we have seen.
Cuba.
This fair island must belong to the
United States. Nothing can prevent it.
Sooner or later it will be annexed. And
then for a harvest of "reconstruction."
Fanatics and strong-minded females will
have a rich field for operations in educa
ting picanianies and clothing the freed
inen with rights, but not much of anything
else.
The acquisition of Cuba by the United
States is a " political necessity " to be ac
| complished sooner or later. The recent
suggestion touching the purchase of Cuba
by the United States has been stifled by the
decided declaration of the Provisional Go
vernment of Spain and the equipping of a
military force of 10,000 men to be sent
with all haste to put down the movements
of the insurgents who have appeared spo
radically over the island.
At the name time a filibustering expedi
tion is said io he on foot in this country ?
with headquarters at New York ? whose
purpose is to invade Cuba, and by cotfpcra
ting with the insurgents relievo Spain of
that jowel. Nothing hns appeared to ena
ble us to form an idea of the character of
this movement, but certainly the time
is very propitious for a well-directed
filibustering expedition to Cuba. The bet
ter material for that sort of intrepid under
taking has been placed somewhat in abey
ance by the revolution in this country and
the disabilities which have ensued. Had
such an opportunity as that presented by
the Spanish revolution occurred at tho time
of the LorEZ and Crittenden expedition it
would have been so strengthened in men
and meanB aa to have insured its success.
Whether there is enough of the right mate
rial to achieve the work now is pioblem
atical.
Whether this be the time or not, the time
will come when the Federal Government
will take Cuba. This has, in the order of
Providence, yet to become a conquering
nation, and the West Indies is about the
ripest of the fruit at hand, and will be
probably the first plucked.
The Arts of Reading, Writing, and Speak
ing. By Edward W. Cox. New lork:
G. W. Carl eton.
This is a reprint from the London edition,
designed as " a hand-book for ladies and
"gentlemen, with thoughts, hints, and an
" ecdotes concerning social observances,"
etc.
The Life of Brick Pomeroy. New York:
G. W. Cakletox.
There will of course be some curiosity to
read the narrative of the career of that
very original character, M. M. Pomerot,
better known as Brick.
Both these books are for sale by Bidgood.
MARKS CD,
On Wednesday the 28th of October, nt the resl
d 'ueeof the brt-'e's father, bv Kev. .1. L. Burrows,
I). D., Mr. WILLUM 15.' PUWEBS to Mitt
MARY K. LACY; b th of this < ity.
Philadelphia papers ; kase copy.
On the Pth of l?ns by I?ov. T. M.
Ambler. at the Epi copal ehurj h In Willi'ims
fiurc. Ya., WILLI Ol i HttlsTlAN. of Hmrleo
couutv. Va.. tu Miss JIATIItt CAKY. of Wil
liamsburg, Va.
Memphis papers please ropy. *
DBED,
On S.iturdav. November 7 at linlf-past 5 n'e'nck
P. v.. of dlphth'Tl-i. I.IZ'/.IF. M.. eldest dinphttr
of William G. ati l Minnie M. Toler; age 1 three
years and ten month?.
Tnthls citron Tuesday nk-lit, JAMKS ALLEN,
in t h?! : sixtieth ye?rot hUapre
His funeral "??HIt .kc place fr. in his late resi
dence, <?n ? e end street, at 3 o'clock THIS ( i ht'rs
day) AFTKRN< >QX. *
MEETINGS.
WISE TESTIMONIAL FUND.? A
mass im-e'.lnzof the citizen* of Richmond
favorable to tile procuring of u H IC.\1)
f?>r HEn RY a. WISE In lecv'tfuit'on of his em i
neut services In H55 In Hi ? cause < 1' civil .*iiii| roll?
trio us 'freedom will In* li M ;ii lie ( It l!;t]l >?'!
M<>sl?,\Y EVENING, November 16, at half-past
7 o't lock.
Sket ches will be delivered by .Ttidpe XT. W.
(>? inn, ( ol'?uel T. 1'. .* mriist Colonel M.irm.t
duke -Johnson, and other diatiiifrul Ltd cil i /.fii?.
n > 12? td
RIENDS' MEETING. ? The public greu
er i lv art- Invited to alien I a m e 1 i>r lV>r Di
ne wor;di'p appointed by Mimiicl bottle. ;m Bp
proved mini ?terofthe KeHirlouc s eh tyof F lends
to be held, wi ll Divine permls-io'1. at* i he Hall of
t> e House of Delegates at 4 o'clock P. M. To
Day.
no 12-11* JOHN B. CRFNPH V W.
\ NNDAfi MEETING. ? The annual meet
XJL ln? of the stockholders of til- RICH M( )M>.
r REDEblCKl-.BURG AND POTnM\?- R\II,
R< IAD f'UMI';* N Y will be lieM at I lie office <>f the
Company, In Richmond on WETJNES aY the
l*th of November, HiS. <.t 11 o'clock A. M.
no 3 ? td .T. R. WIMSTOV. S> cretury.
\ N N U A Fj MEETING. ? The annual
jl "jL meeting oftli* Rli hmond. V mlericksV.urff and
1'oioinae and Mchin nd and Pelerslmrg I'allroa !
CONNECTION ?:?'MI?ANY ? win be held on
A'Fi'NcSDVY the 25: h of November. l?''-i at 11
o'clock A. M., at ? he office of the hichmmd, Fred
erlckRi.urjj aud Potomac Railroad Company In
1<I< hiiiond.
no n-td J. "R. WINSTON. Secretary.
OFFICE RICHMOND AND t'KTKKMiUK*;!
Kaili'.oad Company. >
Richmond, Va-, November 4, isc*. )
"VTOTICE.? The ANNUAL MEETING of
the stockholders of this company will be held
it the office of the company. No. 811 Main street
(i'p stairs), betwecu Ninth and Tenth streets, o a
TUESDA Y the 24th Instant, at 12 o'clock M.
The transfer books will be closed from the 10th
to the 25th instant. M. W. YaRRINGToN,
no 4? tdm Treasurer.
AMUSEMENTS.
RICHMOND THEATRE.
LAST THREE NIGHTS OF THE
COMiC OPERA.
LAST THREE NIGHTS OF THE WORRELL
SISTERS.
THE WORRELL SISTERS
AND THEIR
COMIC OPERA COMPANY
IN
BARBE BLEUE, OH BLUE BEARD,
BARBE BLEUE, OH BLUE BEARD,
BARBE BLEUE, OH BLUE BEARD,
THE MAN OF MANY WIVES.
In preparation,
La BEL L E HELENE,
with the Grecian Bend.
Sonffs can be reserved at ihe Theatre from 0 until
3 o1 clock.
Adnubslon? 75, 50, and 25 cents.
The city cars ruu to Rocketts after the perform
ance. n > 12? 8t
Metropolitan hall,
RICHMOND, VA.
SIX NIGHTS ONLY,
COMMENCING ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9.
M ATI SEE ON SATURD^ Y, NOVEMBER MTU,
AT 3 O'C LOCK.
WYMAN,
TIIE CELEBRATED "WIZARD AND
VENTRILOQUIST,
with New and Beautiful Delusions.
GRAND DISTRIBUTION OF PRESENTS
at the close of each performance,
consisting of
GREENBACKS, TONS OF COAL. BARRELS
OF FLOUR, and one hundrid other USE
FUL and FAN'. Y ARTICLES.
ADMISSION. 25 CENTS. Do^rs open at 0J ; to
commence at 7J o'clock. no 7? 7t
6]
??Ofi?S?S ASJD MULES.
N H AN I) A^SDF Obi SALE^ani
_ A No. 1 LOT ( F M 1 LtS and1
HuRSES, broke and uubrokc, sultatde
for all purposes, on my usual accoiurno-<
dating terms A lt>'>. for my old cu^ioiuera, several
splendid TWO AND FoL h-1HiR>K WAUUAS,
of my own manufacture, ready for delivery.
f,. W. GREEN,
on Monroe between Grace and Broad stieets.
oc 8 ? Jw*
FECIAL NOTICE.? JUST AK ?
RIVED and for sale at ttoe EX
CHANGE LIVERY AND SaLE STA
BLES, Franklin street, ONE HUNDRED*
Y O U N G M U L E S, FIFTY WELL-SKoKE
J1ULE6, and TWENTY YOUNG MARKS, suita
ble for farming purposes ; all of which will be sold
at reduceu prices and on the most accommodating
terms. fie ?] .JOHN R. DAV1H.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
DB.B RIDG FORD & CO., GENERAL
? COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Nos. 6, 7,
8 and 11 Broadway, and Nos. S, 7, 8 aud 11 Green
wich street.
Office No. 7, room No. 1, Broadway, N. Y.
Also, proprietors of the "EURE1LAM COT
TON SHEDS and STORAGE YARDS.
Refer to the merchants of Richmond. Va.
66 7_im
w
ILLS & RYANT, TOBACCO EX
CHANGE. RICHMOND, VA., BROKERS
and COMMISSION MERCHANTS for the pur
chase and sale of LEAF and MANUFACTURED
TOBACCOS. Orders solicited. Liberal advancei
made on consignments. Refer to A. F. Hauvsy,
President of National Bank of Virginia; J?jCKt
Tuosus, Jr., Esq., Richmond, Va.; Messrs. H.
ft CO., New York ; Messrs. JOBN-iOj
ft TlTOKfUrtW. Kopton. Mann. iv U
FOR RENT, a fine ROSE WOO
PI ANO manufactured by Knabe ftrTV r
Co , of Baltimore. Address box 792, po.tolllce.
no 12 3t*
CEWED BROGUES FOR SALE BY
^ HULST ft KING,
?? 18 1423 Main
SPECIAL NOTICES.
fclT BREAD. CAKES. CRACKERS.
BREAD. CAKES. CRACKERS.
BREAD. CAKES. CRACKERS.
BREAD. CAKES. CRACKERS.
BREAD. CAKES. CRACKERS.
BREAD. CAKES. CRACKERS.
BREAD. CAKES. CRACKERS.
BREAD. CAKES. CRACKERS.
THE BEST IN THE CITY,
WIIOLBftALV AND It ETA If., AT
BRIGGS'S BAKERY,
no 12 "07 Main street and 418 Broad street.
JgT ESTABLISHED 1S43.
wTnes.
OSC\R CRANZ,
IMPORTER OF AVI) DEALER IN" FINE
WINKS, LIQTJORS, AND CIGARS,
No. 2 Exc.ha.ncjk Block, Fourteenth street,
begs to call the atten'ion of hM friends and the
public generally to his large and well-', elected
stock of
CLARETS, SAUTERNES, and BURGUNDY ;
HOCK and M? 'SEl.LK? Plain and .-parkllng ;
CHAMl A' J.v E? the finest firanis In existence ;
SHF.KltlES. MADEIRA, and PORT ;
HENNHS:-Y, VINE-GROWERS, G \RDR A T,
and other BRA Nt'IES of the vintages of 1844,
'57, '68. '80. and 'ftl :
HOl.L \ND GIN, S( oTCH WHISKEY,
JAMAICA and ST CROIX RUM,
Oi'RIH xl.s. LONDON PORTKK, SCOTCH ALE,
and OLIVE OIL; and
A large ais^r tment of the finest RVE WHISKEYS
th >t an- to he found in any market.
AJs >, several chests and hall-chests of very supe
rior KLaCK and GKKEN TEA, and a lew
d?/.?*n KAU HE COLOGNE, Imported direct
fr< m the host house in Cologne. no it? iw
#S~ MISS A. JYIaCKIE,
NO. 017 MAIN STREET,
has constantly on hand BONNETS, FLOWERS,
HATS, BRI^AT. VEILS and WREATHS, andhas
now on hand a select lot of WHITE BONNETS,
which she would he pleased to show to her custom
ers and others wishing to pure-hue. no 11 ? st
ZST VIRGINIA TEA AND COFFEE CO.,
CORNER MAIN AND NINTH STREETS.
Another consignment of
ISABELLA GRATES.
GRAPES? GRAPES, 30c. A BOX.
GRAPES-GRAPES, 50c. A BOX.
GRAPES? GRAPES, 50c. A BOX.
GR \ PEP? GRAPES, 50c. A BOX.
GRAPZS? GRAPES, 50c. A BOX.
G RAPES? GR A PES. 50c. A BOX.
GRAPES? GRAPES, 50c. A BOX.
GRAPES-GRATES, 50c. A BOX.
GRAPES? GRAPES, 50c. A BOX.
GRAPES-GRAPES, 50c. A BOX.
GRAPES- GRAPES, 50c. A BOX.
GRAPES-GRAPES, 50c. A BOX.
GRAPES-GRAPES, 50c. A BOX.
GRAPES-GBAPES, 50c. A BOX.
GRAPES-GRAPES, 50c. A BOX.
GRAPES? GRAPES, 50c. A BOX.
GRAPES-GRAPES, 50c. A BOX.
GRAPES-GRAPES, 50c. A BOX.
VIRGINIA TEA ANI) COFFEE COMPANY,
CORNEr. OF
MAIN ANI) NI^TII STREETS,
[no 10]
(C3~ F/VLL AND WINTER TRADE-l^
J. K. DOHERTY, Merchant Tailor,
No. 8:2 Main street, between Eighth and Ninth
str< eis, calls attention to the largest STOCK Or
GOODt* he h?o evtr offered at the commencement
of a seaEon.
The styles are new, the fabrics excellent, anc*
the prices will be made satisfactory to all who are
disposed to have garments made to order.
Call and examine the stock. 6e 21 ? 8m
COKFECTSOWEBIES.
pRESII ARRIVAL,
50 1) -XCS It A I SINS,
loo drums KI?>s.
2 barn-Is II WAN A ORANGES,
10 ba'reis NVTS, assorted :
6i0 boxes FRENCH CANDY,
5 boxes * I DION.
20 cu c-3 BRANDY PEACHES,
Co c -ses '\NNED GOODS, assorted;
20 casss PI' -K LiCS
10 b..x<s ROCK ('ANDY,
5 cases SARDINE,
10 b??S fHlCUAM'TS,
3 barrels PRUNES,
5 crimes PRVSERVED GINGER,
MA OA ROM.
ru'W'i 'LATE,
COCOA,
c X'- < I ELATINF,
OYSTER*,
KaCCEH,
PRESERVES, Ac., AC.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS will do well to pivc
meacalL W. W. TBIBBETT,
noli 1116 Main street.
Tiie undersigned respectfully
anrioume totha public In general that they
have now foinpl- te<l th<-lr NEW C< >NFECTION
KKV. bl-i Broad street, bftween Fifth hu<1 Sixth
streets, \v.':erc lliev will sell COjsFK< 'TIoNERY,
KltlTI r, .Sc., under the Urm of CAPpEL. ZIM
MER A CO ., conducted by Mr. A. Cappcl. >o
pains haw been spared to make this establishment
one' f the handsomest In the city.
We especially < all the attention of the ladles to
this place, where they "ill constantly find a com
plete stock of C -NFECI'IONERIES, FRUITS,
aud C A K EC, as fine as any in the city.
no H-3t ZIMMER A CO.
2r BOXES NEW-CROP RAISINS,
*J CITRON, ALMONDS. PRESERVE GIN
GER, FILBERTS, and CURRANTS.
r.o 6 PANPU1PGK A ANDERSON.
ATEW ARRIVALS. ? Receiving to-day,
X^i barrels APPLET, Baldwin's;
20 barrels APPLES, bw<.et Russets ;
3 kefes TAMARI: S,
3,000 boxes FRENCH CANDIES,
12 ha'f barrvls PICKLES,
3,o.o boxes SARDINES,
2, wo OARTMA' EM\ COCOANUTS,
50 boxes New raisins,
10 frails DATES,
SEEDLRSS KMSINS,
CANNED FRUIT, JELLY, PRESERVES, Ac.
A iar^e assortment of our own manufactured OAN
UlEsand < AIvJlS, In barrels, kept constantly on
hand which we are determined to 6ellal the lowest
uiurket price. Live us a call.
ZIMMER A CO..
oc 30 1543 Main street.
New crop Smyrna figs, first of
THE SEASON, by the Isaac Bellthia morn
ing.
i.?i drums NEW CROP SMYRNA FIGS,
50 boxes NEW LaYER RaISINS.
50 boxes SjULT ANA or sE K1>LKS5?RAISINS,
25 barrels A S>ORTED APPLES.
5 b&m Is new Z ANTE CURRANTS,
50 bushels I-. It' A, TaRRAGONA, aud BORDO
Ai.MONDS ;
10 cases} SARDINES, best :
5 barrel: beu CO< >KINO PRUNES,
5 gross COX'S GELL v TINE.
LOUIS J. BOS^IEUX, *
oc 27 1412 Mailt 6ireet.
"0 HOUSEKEEPERS. ? Now is the time
_L to supply yourselves with PRESERVES and
FRESH MtLirs and JELuIES for the winter.
We haved a l.tr^e stock of Preserved strawberries,
Peaches, lmm-ons. Qduces, Tomatoes, Cherries,
Gooseberries, Pineapples.
Fresh Strawberries, Pineapple?, Blackberries,
Raspberries. Tomatoes. Peaches, Pears, Damsons,
Ac. ; Currant, Q < luce, Peach, and Strawberry Jel
lies ; Brandy Peaches and Pears: all of our own
manufacture, and warranted superior to any north
ern sroods, and which we offer at low prlcea.
ANDREW PIZZIN1 A CO.,
oc 17 807 Broad street.
^PPOMATTOX PAPER
MAUFACTURING COMPANY,
PETERSBURG, VA.,
manufacturers and dealers In all kinds of
NEWS,
WRAPPING,
JOB,
AND
BOOK PAPERS.
Orders filled with accuracy and dispatch.
The highest market price paid for COTTON
RAGS, OLD BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, NEWS
PAPERS. no 7 ? 3m
Bill heads, account sales,
CARDS, Ac., executed In th? best Btylc and
at short notice at the DISPATCH P3INTING
Hauais.
? ? -
_ SPECIAL, IfOTICES.
S3T SOMETHING NEW EVERY DAY.
We are receiving dally additions to our already
mimtnoth stock, and can ?how the largest and beat
selection or DRY GOODS.
OTTOMAN" VELOURS, all silk and wool, at
91.50, worth 9 2 so per yanl ;
OTTOMAN CLOTH, all wool, at 9L25, worth
ft. 75;
BTCH PL A in RILK and WOOL POPLTNS at
9 1.75, worth 93 per yard :
SCOTCH PLAIDS, warranted all wool, at 40c.,
worth 75c. per yard ;
ELEGANT ALL-WOOL SCOTCH PLAIDS at
81, worth fl.60 per yard ;
BROCADE ALPACAS, all colors, at 25c., would
be a bargain at 37?c. ;
EXTRA QUALITY EMPRESS CLOTH, all
colors, at POc.. worth $1.25;
BLACK ALPACAS from 30c. to 91. ? per yard :
REAL FRENCH MERINOE8 at 75c.. worth 91,
and the very best quality at $1. worth $1.50 ;
LUPIN'S ALL-WOOL DELAINES, of every
color, at 50c. per yard ;
10-4 UNBLEACHED SHEETING at 37Jc- per
yard ;
10-4 BLEACHED SHEETING at 40c. per yard ;
PHiLOW-CASE COTTON, full U yards wide,
at 20c., worth 25c. ;
HUCKABACK TOWELS at $1.50 per dozen,
worth $2 ; and at 91 worth $5 ;
DAMASK TOW1TLS at 9i.ro worth 9? ;
LARGE TABLE NAPKINS at 92.25 per dozen,
worth 93.50 ;
LARGE BRTDAL QUILTS at 91.25. worth 93 :
ELEGANT LACE CURTAINS at extremely low
prices ;
HUCKABACK FOR TOWELS at 25c. per yard,
worth 35c. ;
LINEN CRASH at 12Jc? worth l?Jc. ;
WHITE TABLE CLOTH5*, warranted nil pure
linen (two yards lonjr), at 91.25, worth 92;
BROWN TABLE CLOTHS, pure linen (two yards
lon7). at 91. worth 91-50 ;
W7TTTE FLANNELS, warranted all wool, at 25,
30, 331, 35. and 40c., jnst 25 per cent, below regu
lar prices ;
WHITE ALL-WOOL FLANNEL, full yard-wide,
at 50c.. worth 75c. ;
SCARLET and all colors of OPERA FLAN
NELR at 50. no, and 75c. ;
SATINETS at 30r., worth 50c. ;
REAL DOESKIN CASSIMERE8 at $1, worth
91.50;
HEMSTITCHED II VNDKERCHIEF3 at $3,
worth 9t ;
EMBROIDERED DTiESSKS at 93. worth 95 ;
FROCK WAISTS at 50, 75c , and 91, worth double
the money :
DIMITY RUFFLE, with edge, at 50c., worth $1 a
piece ;
CROCHET EDGE, 2."c. for a piece contalnlnr
twelve yards, worth Sc. per yard ;
CROCHET EHGE, 15c. for a piece of twelve
yards, worth 3c. per yard ;
A large assortment of SILK and WOOL SCARFS
at ?5c. each? some of which would be cheap
at 91 ;
Sets of EMBROIDERED CUFFS and COLLARS
at 25c.. worth 50c? at 50c., worth 9! ;
A larjre variety of COLLARS and CUFFS, manu
factured specially for our trade, at very low
prices ;
RUSSIA DIAPER, all pure linen, at 91.50 per
piece ;
and a thousand other articles at equally low rates.
REMEMBER, WE ASK BUTJONE PRICE.
AVD THAT
THE LOWEST.
LEVY BROTHERS,
Nos. 1213 and 1215 Main street,
THE OLD SOUTHERN DRY GOODS STORF.
[no 10]
e^T TE^IPOItARY REMOVAL
OF
JULIUS SYCLE
FROM 319 MAIN STREET
TO THE STOKE FORMERLY OCCUPIED BY
TliOMAS D. QUARLES,
319 BROAD, BETWEEN THIRD AND
FOURTH STREETS,
UNTIL nts
N E W STORE,
NO. 415 BROAD STREET,
IS COMPLETED.
No. 319 BROAD STREET Is at present the
headquarters to fret the latest styles of FALL anrl
WINTER GOODS In the city, and at lower prices
than any other house.
Calico, good fast color, at 12Jc. ; Bleached Cotton,
full one yard wide and pood quality, at 12Jc.; 4-4
Heavy Brown Sheeting at 14c.; Beautiful Poplin,
all colors, at 30c.; White Flannel at 20c., a great
bargain; Empress Cloth, all colors, at 75c.; La
dies' Balmoral Skirts at ?1.25. really worth $1.75;
Solid Black Dress Goods, fur mourning dresses, for
25c.; Broadcloth and Beaver, for ladies' cloaks, for
$2 per yard ; Casslinere from 75c. to $1.25 ; Casl
nets from 25 to 50c.; Kentucky Jeans from 20 to
37jc. ; Gent's Merino Underthlrts at 75c.; Nice La
dles' Black Cloth Cloaks at $3 ; Dress Goods,
Shawls, Hoop Skirts, Linens, Corsets, Notions,
Blankets, Quilts, Sc., and hundreds of other arti
cles usually found in a tlrst-class dry goods house
all to be sold at a great Inducement. Call at
JOLIUS SYCLE'S, 819 Broad street,
between Third and Fourth,
Thomas D. Quarles's old stand.
Store cosed on SATURDAYS. oc 31? 3m
T. M. AXKBIKND. K. M. ALFRIEND.
T. L. ALFRIEND.
|&-THO:VLlS HI. ALFRIEND fc SON,
INSURANCE AGENTS,
No. 602 Main* street, Richmond, Va.
INSURANCE AGAINST FIRE, ANI) MA
RINE RISKS, and LIFE INSURANCE effected
on favorable terms and In large amounts.
Our senior has had large experience In the In
surance business, which tnables us to prepare our
policies with reference to the wants of our pa
trons.
All kinds of property In town and country IN
SURED AGAINST FIRE, AND MARINE AND
INLAND INSURANCE effected to all porta and
places desired.
Applications by letter or In person promptly re
sponded to.
THOMAS M. ALFRIEND & SON.
oc 30? lm
GENTS' TJNHERSHIRTS AND DRAW -
ERS, all sizes and wights ;
BOYS' UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS, all
sizes and weight? ;
LADIES' UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS, all
sizes and weljslrs :
GIRLS' USDKHS1URT? AND DRAWERS, all
sizes and weights;
COURTNEY & SON are now receiving the
above goods frcm the manufacturer's agents, and
will sell them for small prof's.
J. C. COURTNEY & SON,
nolo? lm 8is Broad "tre"t.
STOVES, T0WAR3G, Ac.
Mountcastle can be found on
SEVENTH STREET BETWEEN BROAD
AND MARSHALL, and la fully prepared, ad
usual, to do all kinds of
TIN WORK,
PLUMBING,
ee ?o ft AS- FITTING, Ac.
rpHE "GEM" ILLUMINATED GAS
BURNER, FIRE-PLACE STOVES,
tor heating first, second, and third etorlsa
BY ONE FIRE.
Now hi the time to have them pnt np at low rates,
GREGORY & CO.,
an 1J U17 Main etroet,
OILS. _
KEROSENE OIL. ? I bave always on
band a snlendid article of KEROSENE and
ANGKOR OF,. Also, LAMPS, CHIMNEYS,
BURNERS, &c.; and a general assortment of TIN
WARE, wholesale and retail.
O. O. OWENS,
No. 20 Governor street, Richmond, Va.
Orders from the country respectfully eollr.lied
and promptly filled. ?e li?im
Cl/DTHIMO.
Youths' clothing
OVERCOATS AND CAPES
I1C
G1W AT VARIETY,
Ju?tto band, at SHIPLEY, ROANE A CO.'S,
1311 Main street,
no 11? Iw opposite Tyler Co.'s Jewelry store.
For the largest stockofgen
TLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS, at the
lowest prices and best qualities, rail at the old
stand or E. B. S PENCE, Agent,
no 11 No. lioo Main street.
For the greatest variety of
WALKING CANES to be found In the city,
call at the clothing-house of
E. B. SPENCE, A pent,
no 11 No. 1J00 Main stre? t. corner Thirteenth.
PATENT ELLIPTIC SUSPENDERS?
brace and suspender combined? for sale by
E. B. SPENCE, A pent,
Merchant Tailor and Dealer In Gentlemen's
no 11 Furnishing Goods, No. 1300 Main street.
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND VEST
INGS The largest stock In the city can be
found at 1300 Main street. CLOTHING and
SHIRTS made to order ; jrlve fit or no sale.
E. B. SPENCF, Agent,
no 11 Merchant Tai'or and Clothier.
^ RE AT BARGAINS IN CLOTHING.
FINE BEAYERS AND CLOTH WALKING
COATS? all colors? from $i5 to $20,
AT
1517 MAIN STREET.
CASSIMEERE SUITS from $8 to $20,
AT
JULIUS KBAKER'S.
CAPES AND OVERCOATS, AND YOUTHS'
CLOTHING, at all prices.
FURNISHING GOODS in gre it quantity. Towle's
EllipMc Suspenders at $1 at the
no 7 RICHMOND CLOTHING HALL.
pASSIMERE SUITS,
from $10 to $25,
At BALDWIN'S.
DRESS SUITS,
from $20 to $60,
At BALDWIN'S.
OVERCOATS,
from $5 to $40,
At BALDWIN'S.
MERINO UNDERWEAR,
all prices,
At BALDWIN'S.
ALL KINDS OP CLOTHING
At BALDWIN'S,
no a comer Tenth and Main streets.
1402 MAIN STREET
IS THE HOUSE FOR A
GOOD ASSORTMENT AND LOW PRICES
IN
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
FURNISHING GOODS,
AND
HATS.
BEFORE YOU BUY
CALL AND EXAMINE AT
A. OPPEXHEIM ER'S,
1402 MAIN STUKET, BETWEEN FOURTEENTH AND
Fifteenth.
[no 4]
OHIPLEY, ROANE & CO.,
CLOTHIERS,
intending to enlarge their business, have taken
the store
No. 1311 MAIN STREET,
under Anderson's Art Palace, opposite Tyler &.
Co.'s Jewelry store,
where they will keep a largely-Increased stock of
CLOTHING and
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
no 3? tNovl4
rr?HE BEST CLOTHING
AND
FURNISHING GOODS
CAN HE HAD AT
REASONABLE PRICES
BY CALLING AT
DEVLIN'S,
1007 Main street, opposite the postoftice.
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK
OF
PIECE GOODS.
THE AMERICAN" YOKE SHIRT, READY
MADE AND MADE TO ORDER.
HENRY T. MILLER. JOHN S. DEVLIN.
[no 21
a ODD NEWS
FOR ALL IN WANT OF CLOTHING.
VERY LARGE STO' K TO BE DISPOSED OF
REGARDLESS OF COST
BEFORE THE FIKST OF JANUARY.
Being desirous of discontinuing the READY
MADE CLOTHING BUMNESm and confining
ourselves entirely to MEN'S WEAR, such as
CLOTHS, CAS3IMERES, BEAVERS, VE3T
INGtf. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, and the
general
MERCHANT TAILORING,
we have determined to r,ffer our entire stock of
READY-MADE CLOTHING, amounting to about
$20,000,
AT AND BELOW COST.
Our clothing has been made by ourselves and to
our order this season, and the public cm therefore
rely on setting FASHIONABLE GOODS, of good
material, and at LOW PRICES.
Such an opportunity Is s? ldom offered, and all In
want should avail themselves to call at once at
MARCITHE A CO. '8,
No. 1318 Main street,
oc 23 old stand of Lotb Brothers.
JpREPARE FOR COLD WEATHER. ~
M. W~ ROSE,
NO. 323, CORNER FOCTRTH AND BllOAD STREETS,
has on hand a complete and extensive stock of
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING
suitable for men's and boys' wear, which he Is
rnabled to sell lower than the lowest. Also, a full
assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
II ATS AM) CAPS
of fc'l the leading styles.
Do not forget the place of M. W. ROSE,
oc 1?? 3m No. 328, comer Fourth and Broad.
AGBIC5JLTURA L.
CORN SHELLEKS, CUTTING BOXES,
CHURNS', WELL FIXTURES? the best
patterns southern manufacture -for sale by
ALLISON A AlU>lsON,
no 7 13 JO Cary treet.
B1CKF0RD & HUFFMAN'S WORLD
R KNOW NED PREMIUM GRAIN DkILL,
with tin IMPROVED GUANO ATTACHMENT,
manufactured with all the Improvements of Messrs.
Blckford A HvfTinan for 1868 and other Important
Improvements of our own. W e now have what we
Know to be the best WHEAT DRILL ever offered
In Virginia. More accurate and reliable, more
simple and durable, less liable to accidents, and
more certain in ail its performance, than any other
drill. This we guarantee to all purchasers. A lew
ol'l-etyle Blckford .t Huffuiau DRILLS and GUM
SPRING DWELLS for (.ale low to make room for
our new work.
Of the advantages of drilling wheat over broad
casting there is no difference of opinion among
farmers. Many of our most successful wheat
growers maintain that in seeding fifty bushels of
Ealn the machine will pay for itself the first year
saving of seed and Improvement of crop.
This drill is Equally advantageous in putting in
oats, and is also the best corn-planter that can be
used. To responsible farmers we can extend libe
ral credit, ana we solicit a call from all who have
wheat to seed. H. M. SMITH A CO.,
oc 15 ? d?wSm Manufacturer#.
Richmond granite company.?
We are prepared to furnish the very best
quality GRANITE, dressed or undressed. In ai?y
quantity. We will also build all kinds of GRAN
ITE WORK at short notice. Special attention
given to rough or dressed WaLL WORK. CEME
TEKY WORK, ?c., and all material furnished.
Office corner of Canal and Seventh streets.
GEORGE BLUMKNTHAL,
rw lL_Jm Hi?rw.r1nH>n<iw\f.
IL VITRIOL AND SPIRITS TUR
PKNTINE, In large or small quantities, for
saXu at the befit market rates by
DAVIS A SIMS, Druggist*,
no 10 lJOl ilala street, comer Twelfth.
DRY COOPS.
gHEETING.
10 1 BLEACHED SHEETING at 40c. per yard;
10-4 UNBLEACHED SHEET 12? O at ?7Jc. per
yard ;
PILLOW-CASE COTTON, forty-two Indies
wide, at 18c. ;
PILLOW-CASE COTTON, forty-six Inch's
wide, at 20c. ;
BLEACHED COTTON, full yard wide, at 1JJ, 14,
15, andlOfc.,
at LEVY BROTHERS',
Nos. 1313 and 1215 Main street.
JgETTER BARGAINS THAN EVER
BETTER BARGAINS THAN EVER
BETTER BARGAINS THAN EVER
IN BLACK SILKS;
IN BLACK SILKS;
IN BLACK SILKS;
HEAVY WHITE-EDGED SILKS
HEAVY "WHITE-EDGED SILKS
HEAVY WHITE-EDGED SILKS
at $2 per yard,
at $2 p?r yard,
at $2 per yard,
worth $3 per yard,
worth |3 por yard,
worth S3 per yard,
At LEVY BROTHERS',
At LEVY BROTHERS',
At LEVY BROTHER8',
12 3 and 1215 Main street.
1213 and 1215 Main street.
1213 and 1215 Main street.
ARGE-SPOTTED LACE
FOR VEILS,
THE LATEST SIYLE,
AT
LEVY BROTHERS'.
LL-WOOL WHITE FLANNEL AT
25c. per yard, worth 30c. ;
ALL-WOOL FLANNEL at 30c., worth 40c. ;
ALL-WOOL FLANNEL at 35c., woith45c. ;
ALL-WOOL FLANNEL, yard-wide, at 50c.,
worth 75c. ;
at LEVY BROTHERS',
Nos. 1213 and 1215 Main street.
1 TX^HITE AND SCARLET
OrERA FLANNELS AND CORDS,
AND TASSELS FOR TEIMMING SAME.
ALSO,
a large assortment of
CLOAK LOOPS,
suitable for velvet cloaks, at
LEVY BROTHERS',
no 12 Nos. 1213 and 1215 Main street.
c
ARDOZO, ALSOP & FOURQUREAN,
NO. 913 BltOAD STKEKT,
have now on hand by far the moat complete stock
they have ever offered to the trade of Richmond,
Including some very handsome
BRUSSELS AND INGBAIM CARPETS, RUGS,
OILCLOTHS, ETC.,
bought at auction, and telling very low.
A L a O ,
ONE PACKAGE SPLENDID LYONS SILK
CLOAK VELVETS.
ALSO,
A VERY LARGE INVOICE OF KID GLOVES,
Including the celebratcl makers. Real JOUVINS,
ALEXANDRE, and PRINCESS, together with
a large stock at $1.25, In dark, opera, and white;
plain and stltchtd hack, two buttons, and tassels;
to which they desire to call special attention,
[no 8]
^HE BEST BARGAINS THIS SEASON.
We have Just opened Instalments of
SEASONABLE AM) OKSIRABLE DRY
OOOIW
recently bought at low prices during the heavy
decline of goods In New York, and will offer very
Kreat Inducement** to buyers, as we sell at small
profits during the season In order not to carry
goods over from one season to the other. We Just
enumerate a few prlccs of leading articles, as It Is
Impossible for us to state In full the numerous
styles of goods we are Mill eg cheap :
Prety and small-ligured calicoes at 12$c. ;
New style Del?lne? at 25c., old style at2.c. ;
Full yard-wide Bleached and Bro*-n Cotton, 12Jc. ;
White Flannel at 25c., and all-wool at 3Jc. ;
Klack and White Flannel, all-wool, at 60c. ;
Neat and best Manchester Ginghams at Is. ;
3-1 Alpaca1*, all colors, at 30c., and 4-4 Alpacas at
50c , best ;
Ladles' Balmorals at $1, and Misses1 at 75c. ;
Ladles' Shawl* at?2.J0, and Mlasei' at $t io$3 ;
Cloak*? from $4 to $20? Cloth, Chinchilla, and
Beaver ;
Broche r-hawls from $7 to $25, single and double ;
Beautiful Dress Goods, TaMe and Piano Covers,
line Corsets, and lots of other goods, to be sold
very reasonable.
WILLIAM THALHIMER & SONS,
115 Broad street, between Third and Fourth,
no 7 and 1519 Main street, Ezekle'.'sold 6tand.
p REAT BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK
AT
HIRSH & GUGGENHETMER'S,
No. 627 Broad stkiit.
Have Just received from the late New York auction
sales
A GREAT VARIETY OF DRESS GOOD3,
which we will seil at a saerldce. Also,
BOULEVARD. LA BELL E, and URAND
DUCHESS BALMORALS,
BLACK and COLORED CLOAKINGS, and all
styles DRY GOODS.
W. C. KeaX,
j! H. Chexe'ry,^ Salesmen.
W. W. Palmer ) no I
rpiIE ATTRACTION IN THE WAY OF
CHEAP GOODS STILL CONTINUES
AT
M. & D. MITTELDORFER'S,
6a BROAD BTREET.
Weekly replenishing In the way of beautiful
styles in PRINTS, &.C. ; all at the very lowest price.
ING^eClilty 1 1118 W"y 0t LA1>lJES'
VlaNNEJ. , all e hides, for cloaks ;
KID GLOVES, * lightly damaged, only Mc.;
COUNTERPANES and COMFORTERS, heavy
as blankets, only $2.50.
In fact, for all cheap goods, go to
M, ID. MITTKLDORFER'S.
523 Kroad street,
between Fifth Mid Sixth streets.
Sicv : Crowds always purchasing, and polite
salesmen to attend to them. no S
QP0NGE8, SPONGES.? Two balea very
O fine CARRIAGE SPONGE at greatly re
duced price*, tfor sale by
?. W. POWERS,
oc )1 No, li<* Main street.
_ _ DRV OOrtD*.
T^RY GOODS! DRY GOODs'h
DUCKW'A LL A KOTT88,
NO. 1206 Mai* stu*?t.
A GENUINE VIHOINIA H0U8E.
We receive by every ?te#m??r fre* h frr.m ft,
great anctlon-house3 or New York c'ty birg(in;
that cannot be beaten In thUor any other market
Novkmrkk 10. w
Just received per b' earner a magnlfice.nt ?hi&.
ment of bargains, embracing. In part,
VKW VOkK MILLS *t 24c.:
W^MSUTTA at2ic.;
The best Bt.ANKETS In the city for the Uut
money ; '
PHAWLS :
C a*81M EKES, cheaper than the cheats4 ?
LADIES' SH"ES: '
BOOTS and SHOES for gentlemen :
VESTINGS at half pric e :
LADIES' and GENTLEMEN'S KID, LI?I r
and BUCK <iL'?VESat V.r. : J*r-'
The best CHINCHILLA CLOAKING
VINE JACONET at 4fl<*. : '
and 4 ooo yards of the best PRINTS at l?Jc. uo n
OPERA CLOAKS and OPERA HOODS
made to orcer at bhort m tee at
LEVI HfXTFp.'S
no 11? It 1527 Main stro't,
JUST RECEIVED, our fourth eupply~Tf
DRESS and CL'?aK TRIMMINGS, M,Ri.i
and TaS*FL*<. OPERA FLxNNH.S. r\iVu
XUBBKK CLOTH T r lnfV.TV jmi-s and a e Ait
many pre*. tv FANCY AXTK LKS In 4. ,<l ; .*
our extensive stock of DRY <;<.oiis < dt ?m
examine our stock. LEVI HF.XTrlt
no 11? 1SJ7 Mains: r? ft.
Grand display of new goods"
N E W SI YL ES, N F W P \T f EKNS, '
Just arrived At tli?
DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT
OF
JTJLIT7H MEYER.
527 Broad street, nkah Sixth.
An enormous collection of bargain*, purrha'ej
within the la^ few d.tys at N> w York a-r ?.nt
and Just now opening, worthy the special a
of the 1 /Wiles and get tlemen, such as
Nice Hlack Si.'k at + 2 a jard. wo?tli $3 :
Msjrii l!lc-nr. ."hades In Empress ( loth at 7Sc. ?
jard. and otner Dress Goods in proportion ;
All-wool 4-4 Flannel at 50c., worth 75c.. ;
New York Mill B>eache I Cotton at 25c. ;
All-ilnen Table-cloth at 75c. per yard ;
Black Velveteen at ir2 a yard :
Bleached and Unbleached 4-4 'otton at li|c ;
Datnask Napkins at $ 1 a do/en. cheap at fi 50 ;
( hlldren's scarfs at 10 and 15c., worth double;
Good Satinets at 50c., worth 75c. :
Beautiful Silk Gimp Trimmings, 13- yard piece* at
91.25 apiece; '
l inen Russia 1 laper at $1.50 apl?'ce ;
Knltt'ng Yarn, pretty colors, at 5c. a hank, cheap
at loe. ;
Black Alpaca Poplins at 5<Tc., worth 75c. :
Ladles' lirochc Scarfs, r? ally eleg .nt ;
Ladles' Single and Double Broche and other
Shawls, of every description, at astounding
Jow figures ;
Ladli-s' ( loth Cloaks and Cloaking?, handsome,
and b ught far under the value ;
A lot <>f Work -boxes. Cabas, Ladles' ''ornpanlom,
and other Fancy Goods suitable for (.hrUtaui
presents, bought very cheap ;
Flannel at 25c. a yard and upward ;
Gentlemen's Ml-woni Undershirts and a full line
of other Furnishing Goods ;
An elegant assortment of Cas?lmeres, T *?t.\
Satinets, andoth r Fabrics for men's aedb iji'
wear, at unprecedenU dly low prices :
Misses' regular-made Undershirts al 75c. :
and thousands of ft her unmistakably
CHEAP GOODS at
no 5 Jf'T.TUS MP-VTR's.
Tj^ALL TRADE, 1868.
JOHN F. AI.VET A CO..
NO. 3 Hanoveii street. Haf.timoue.
have now In Btore a full and complete stock of
FOREIGN IJKY GOODS,
which they offer to the trade of Virginia and .VorUi
Carolina al low PRICKS aud on accommodating
TERMS.
They respectfully solicit a call, feellr.g iss-irni
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 ,V Aren'A
Richmond ;
JOHN C. WILLIAMS
of Rlchmend. sp dil partner;
bp* ? im H. ??. HABl'KR.
rpRlMMINGS AND FANCY GOODS.
WILLI A M C. SCII W A LM EVER,
6o5 IiltOAD STREET,
begs leave to Inform his friend and the public
generally lint hehas again ..pe.it .1 wRh a I ir.-- rA
complete stock of TkiMMIN' S AND I* > N 1
GOODS. The ladb s are r? -pectfiilly Invited to
give him a call before making their purolasef.
Thankful for past favors, lie h-.pes bv flr'.ct .ti'.-n
tlon tobuslue-^ to merit a c ir louan < ? ? > 1 1 1 .< ^%uie.
"WILLIAM r. m 11 S\ aLMEYi K.
6C5 Broad itrte', between Six' h and S v f rith.
K. B in'Gc.OI.D Hackari.and Is with n.e au'1
would lie pleas' d to see his friends. iioJ-l**
WIIVES A.W MUI'ORS.
OLD KENTUCKY 1501 Hi: ON Wilis
KEY.? Just rccelveil. nnother of ri<
Jti-i ly celebrated W HI*K FY. which h 1- ?tven sucb
satisfaction to tl.e trade for tie ptsttw?*?-r
MA MI* HON JoNE'J, Jit . A Co.,
noil? 2t Fifteenth street bet #eeii Main 1 ary.
1 fiA BARRELS " HUGErt'S k CO/S"
lUV/ PENNSYLVANIA RYE Villi' .' V.
60 bar r*; Li -'ARNOLD" I'EN'NsYi.VAMA
JiYJfi WHHKKY,
69 barr. !s '? UOI'I N>OV " PENNSVLVA
Nil RYE WHIMvEY,
for sale In boud. J lies? win keyo are from two to
three years <-ld, and very line. >a ui i?l' can W
seen at my ofiice. J. B. SCLA 1 Kfc.
oc 22 Ko. (Fl'tCCntllttRCti
JJENRY MILLER,
WINE MERCHANT,
1503 MAIN STREET,
se 31 ? Jm Richmond Va.
PUKE MALTED RYE WHISKEY,
GENKBA1. LEE HKAN1>.
I have now on hand 100 b*rrel3 of this article, *0
desirable for l:unlly use* and medicinal purj
I war .-ant It t?. be PlfRE MALic.0 uiE, ' ?P
PEK-LiLSTILLEDand ifKEE ifHOM ALL A IK I
TEKATloN, and consequently claim for 1. U
It la the Yery best article of whJ??k? v !n mar
ket. STEPHEN JlAWV.
15(31 \'*ln Street,
se 14 ? Sm corner Seventeenth street.
?TEIV?IJL TOOLS AND PL ATES.
A DAY MADE ?Y ANY UNE
wrni ky
PATENT STENCIL TOOLS.
I prepay samples Tree.
Beware of Infringers.
My circulars will explain., Address
A. .1. FULLA M.
no 11 3m 8nrlny)l?lrti VU
1NDELLIBLE. ? On reccipt of uixty ccuti
I v/lll send by mall to any Dart of the country,
securely put up In a box, a N A 'l K-PI.A'i R, > 'r- -t
and lu-Jelllble Ink. for iLABKING LINEN ; U*
Ink I warrant not to fa<Je.
When there la no postage to pay ti?*? price !s flf.y
cenis, Applyat O. FKLLKNOT't*
Brand-cutting Establishment,
au 11 ? Jm MM Main street.
IRW WORKS.
TVTew MACHINE shop. ? SLOAT - Al>
li OlSG'l'OV. 1115 < arv street, near Koujte?-nt!
S i'E A. ll-h n Gl N K and BOlLEK !! ? I'"
In cl:y ?nd country: Tobacco Machinery "i
kinds made new and repaired ; begun* . > 1 jiI klu<Jj
repaired and adjusted ; j*K wing Ka< HINKS <>'
all kinds repaired, and all p-?rts for same furnish*'!,
and the LATE IMPROVEMENTS put "r. it*
SLOAT ELLI* TIC ait.l WH KiuLrtU A V.
MEWING MACHINES. SLOAT KLI.ll'TH' MA
CHINES for sale nnd purchased. fciclu lv?- : u
for soppljlnj; the Judson Patent Govern
Valves for steam-envlnes, also fur the re! Jehra.H
Seiden's Patent Packing tor steam- engine* ir '
forthe great and useful Lathe Chuck m*<!c '-jJ
Me ssrs. E. HorUn A ron.
GEOUGT B. SLOAT.
no J ? am A. JaCKM<?N Al> .INGT'V
I
BOO'l'A, SillOfc% Ac.
NTERESTING TO L A D I E S
A.
a. have In s'oro recently received. SIi?.>E
for ladles, misses, and children, emhrs'-lri
every variety now worn, made by tlic toL1
celeb: ated manufacturers :
E. ? . BUKT, or New York :
T. A F. KALISKIE. of New York :
G * KM1NSILE A 1 <>.. of .\c# \ork ;
PHILLIP*, of Phllad.- T hU ;
T. MII.E* A SON, ? f Philadelphia ;
J. II. HAKMAN. <-f l'lni.m.1,.' la ;
MONEY A <<>. of Phil tdtli Ida:
( i E< ) KG KB E L L ? i EIL "of I'm Hal- Iphla.
The above are the best manufacturer- <-f l*':
and misses' shoes In this country. and ny
m^nt embraces a good ?npply i f th- *?
fr> rn ea?'h. l.aitifs will do *e!l to call a.i?l
amino my *tock iiefore purchiuln^
JOIIN C. Pa OK, Jk., 1 2. '3 Main
no lv_lw b.-tween I w. lttl> and I hitter 'j
T
SEWING HACIIINEJ*.
R i FM P H A N T!
1b the grand motto of the famous
WILCOX A GIBBS SEWING MACHINE
fop In a hun?lre<l trials and tests It ha* tr1um^d
over competition, and borne away lb - 01
?lctory. It is safely asserted to b? the ue--' ?
plest, and most perfect macldne evw be/ort ^
public. It sews, hems, feJs, tucVs ,-ithrni.
stlu he? In the most pcrfcct au<l ek-*?at (
and does not disturb the fjuletol any wcil-r*!"*-5
family with a noise and racket not to be u>lcra**i
In any orderly neighborhood. u
Sole agency for this machine No. tlf "l-~
street.
wl-in p. %.
?SJSOLUTfOWS, A'*'..
C0-PARTNER8UII>.? IlaTiig a-tociat^
myself wlih Mr William > Hr<>w:iU y. u
Ihe styiu 0fO\itY A IwiimM.: 1, t ??i:. ?? '
tlaue the CHINA aND G^iwWaKK I 1
NE^s at the new ?U>r< . orr er of Jlxth a."d ' ? ?
streets, where I shall !ic4 ;ea?ed COttf?'<eW}
and the public generally. , v
l?;? 7 ? dt 1 NOMAS K. GVh\
COHOOL CiKCDLAKS printed at ebort
C? notice. In the best a'.yle of the ari, ai the I-'13"
fiTcu miixiivti-aousjc.

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