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Image from page 67 of “The southern planter : devoted to agriculture, horticulture, and the household arts” (1841)
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Identifier: southernplante2081860rich
Title: The southern planter : devoted to agriculture, horticulture, and the household arts
Year: 1841 (1840s)
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Subjects: Agriculture
Publisher: Richmond, Va. : P.D. Bernard
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
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per cent, for shorter pf-riods. HORACE L. KENT, Prest. ALEX. DUVAL, Secv. N. AUGUST, Cashier. DIRECTORS:John N. Gordon, Samuel Putney, H. Baldwin, 1 .Davenport, Jr., Charles T. Wortham, Hugh W. Fr_and Wellington Goddin. Jan 1859.—ly R, 0. iiAsms, Ship Chandler, Grocer and Com-mission Merchant, la his large new building, in front of the SteamboaiWh«rf, RocKETTs, RICHMOND, VA.Sept 1859—Ij MITCHELL & TYLER, DEALERS IN GREAT REDUCTION in THE PRICE OF HATS AND BOOTS. From 15 to 20 per cent, savedby buying from J. H. ANTHONY, Columbinn Hotel Building. Moleskin Hats of best quality, ^ ;do. second quality, ; FashionableSilk Hats, 50; Fine Calfskin Sew-ed Boots, 50; Congress GaiterBoots, 25; Fine Calfskin SewedShoes, 25. J. H. ANTHONY has made ar-rangements with one of the best ma-kers in the city of Philadelphia to supply him with ahandsome and snbsianiial Calf-skin Sewed BOOT,which he will sell at the unprecedented low price ofThree Dollars and a half. July 59—ly

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Sontliern Clothing House mCHMOND, VA. The subscriber keeps con-stantly on hand a large and Fash-ionable assortment of Keady-madeClotning,of his own manufacture,of the latest and most approvedStyles. Also a large assortmentof Gentlemens furnishing Goods,such as Handkfs, Cravats, NeckTies, Shirts, Drawers, Gloves andSuspenders, Collars, Umbrellas. In addition to which he keeps alarge and general assortment ofPiece Goods of every Style andQuality, w hich he is prepared to make to measure attlie shortest notice and in the best and most fashiona-ble style. E. B. SPENCE, No. 120, Corner of Main and 13th Sts.July 59—ly

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