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The Washtagtea Meant-* at.
Gea* Andrew Lewi*.
We tfraas„rred to our column* a eltort time
ago a paragraph from a Rome correspondent
of tbe Richmond -aewirer, giving a descrip
tion of tbe progress wblcb Mr. Rogers, tbe
distinguished sculptor, la making with tan f*>
inatningsmtue*. Tbe agereeare all spoken
of aaadmirable; tbat of Gen. LRwm.eariec_.lly,
excite* great admiration. A sketch of tbe lite
of this dUUngaisbed person may aot be with
lien. An drew Lewis resided oa the Roa
noke, in Botetourt county. Hia father was
Jour Lewis, a native aad citlsen of Ireland,
descended from n liugnenot family, who toob
re fuge i n tbat con n vry from France. Hi* ran k
was tbat of aa Esquire, aad he inherited a
considerable property wblcb be increased by
industry and frugality. He married MaaeA
_bt Lynn, daughter of the laird of Loch
Lyun, wbo was a dsscendant of the chleftaius
of a once powerful clan in tbe Scottieh High
lands. By this marriage be had four son*,
three of them. Thomas. Ahdbbw aud Wil
liam, born iv Ireland, and Charles, burn a i
lew months after tbe settlement of tbe family j
iv Virginia. Tbe settlement of John Lewis j
waa a few mile* below the site of tbe town
of Staunton, on tbe stream which still bear*
his name. Patents are still extant, by which
the kiug granted to him a large portion of tbe
tair domaiu of Weateru Virginia.
It may be doubted whether the annals of any
war furnish a parallel to the cool and de*i>e
rate courage and sleepless activity on the part
of the white*, and tbe fierceness, cunning and
barbarity on the part of tbe Indians, -which
1 ill j wed the settlement of the whites in West
era Virginia, in this long and bloody strug
gle, the four sons of John Lewis, who had
himself become stricken in years, were the ac
knowledged leaders. Tbe desperate courage
aad physical energy of tbe father bad descend
ed to each and all of tbat heroic family. Dur
ing the whole of the lnd.au war, Charles
Lew 19, the youngest son of Joh a, is said
never to have spent one month at a time ontof
active and arduous service. There are few
families among the descendants of tbe border
riflemen of Virginia, where his name and
deeds are not as familiar as household words.
During this war, an attack was made upon the
settlement of Fort Lewis, at a time when the
whole force was out on active duty. The fort
was occupied only by John Lewie, then very
old and infirm, his wife, and two young wo
men, who were so much alarmed that tbey
scarce moved from their seats npon the ground
floor of the fort. Joan Lewis, however*
opened a port-hole, where be stationed him
self, firing at the savages, while Mabga
iikt reloaded the guns. In this manner
he sustained a siege of six hours, dur
ing which he killed upwards of a score of
savages, when be was relieved by the appear
ance of his party. The havoc wrought by
Andrew, Charles and the rest of tbe Lewis
family, among the Indians, is amusingly illus
trated by an anecdote related in " Howe's His
torical Collections of Virginia," to which we
are indebted for these facts. The white, or
wild clover, is of indigenous growth; the red
was introduced by John Lrwis, and it was
currently reported by their prophets, nnd be
lieved by the Indians generally, that the blood
ol tbe red men slain by the Lewises and their
followers had dyed tbe trefoil to its sanguine
hue. Another anecdote is given by tne same
authority, showing iv the succeeding genera
tion an example of heroism and self-devotion
-which was never surpassed in Roman days.
"When the British force under Tarleton
drove the Legislature from Charlottesville to
Staunton, volunteers were called for to pre
vent the passage of the British through the
mount—in at Kockflsh Gap. Tbe elder sons of
Vm. Lewis (third son of John, who then re
sided at the old fort, so signally Illustrated by
its gallant defence by his father and mother,)
v« ah—at wipi the Northern army. Three
sons, bowever, were at home, whose ages
were IT, IS and 13 years. Their mother called
them to her and bade them fly to tue defence
of their native laud. "G■, my children," said
she, "I spare not my youngest, my fair-haired
boy, the comfort of my declining years. I de
vote you all to my country. Keep back the
loot of the invader from the soil of Augusta
or see my face no more." When this incident
was related to Washington, shortly after its
occurrence, he enthusiastically exclaimed:—
" Leave me but a banner to plant' upon the
mountains of Augusta, and I will rally
around me tho men who will lift onr bleeding
country from the dust, and set her free."
Of all the gallant sons of John Lewis, tbe
most distinguished was Gen. Andrew Lewis,
whose statue is about to be placed on tbe
Washington Monument. From a certain na
tive reserve of character, he was not, perhaps,
as popular as Charles, wbo was aa distin
guished for bonhommie as for courage, but he
combined the qualities of wisdom, moderation,
and sound judgment,with the moat indomitable
valor, to aa extent not surpassed by any man
of bis day, unless Geu. Washington be an ex
cepuoa. Indeed, euch was Washington's
own opinion of bis extraordinary military
.-kill and personal courage that when Wash
ington was commissioned as Commander-in-
Chief, he expressed a wish that the appoint
ment had been given to Gen. Lewis. In in
trepidity of soul Richard of the Lion Heart
Was not his superior, and he had a personal
presence which indicated the commanding
will and energies of the spirit within. " Gen.
Lewis, *' says Stuart in his Historical Me
moir, " w.is upwards of six feet high, of un
common strength and agility, and his form of
the bros! exact symmetry. He hnd a stern and
invincible countenance, and was of a reserved
and distant deportment, which rendered his
presence more awful than engaging. He was
a commissioner with Dr. Thomas Walkbr, to
hold a treaty, on benalf of the Colony of Vir
ginia, with the six nations of Indians, together
with the commissioners of Pennsylvania, New
York, and other Eastern provinces, held at
Fort Stanwix, in the province of New York,
in tbe year ITOx. It waa then remarked by the
Governor of New York, that 'the earth
seemed to tremble under him as be walked
In Braddocr's war, Gen. Lewis was in a
company in which were all his brothers, the
eldest being the captain. Thi* corps, with
some other of the Virginia troops, led the ad
vance, and were first attacked by tbe enemy.
Severed from tbe rest of the army, they cut
their way through theenemy to their compan.
ions, with the loss of many men. He served
as Major at Fori Duqueane, where be acquired
the highest reputation for prudence and cour
age. It was, however, as commander-in-chief
of the Virginia trjop*-, at the battle of Point
Pleasant, mat he achieved bis chief reputa
tion. The Indian army was composed of war- !
ri-jrs from tbe different nations north of the
Ohio, and composed tbe flower of tbe Shawn
nee, Delaware, Mingo, Wyandotte nnd Cayuga !
tribes, ted on by the lamous Kbdhawk.b Dela
ware chief; BcvroTHi ***, a Mingo; Elisifsi
oo, a Shawanee, and aon to Cornstalr ; Ohi
yawre, a Wyandotte; and Looaji, a Cayuga;
■nt, at the head *M the whole, CoaasTaLß
King of the Northera Confederacy, one of tbe
**n„i d-uagulahed chief and eon.ummatc
warrior* who ever lived upon thi* continent I
Hi* plan of „„ue waa admirable, and it was '
exocntedwith a ferocleaa courage and perse
vsrauc* almost unparalleled ia Indian war
tor*. Tbe battle lasted from suarUe tilt **,».
act, bnt wna at last decided bye briltiaat mili
tary manoeuvre of tbe Commaading-General
which resulted in driving tbe Indian* aero**
tbe Ohio. Tbe chivalrou*Col. Charles Lewis
fell at the first onset of the battle, aad abont
one-fifth of tbe entire number of Virginia
troop* wtu killed aad wounded. •This battle,"
says Oat Hti-akt la bis historical memoir,
••was, in fact, tbe beginning of tbe revolution
ary war, tbat obtained for oar country the
liberty and Independence enjoyed by the Uni
ted States-end a good preeag* of fotnr* sue
eese; for it is welt kaowa tbat the Indians
were toflt*eee*d by the British to commence
tbe war, to terrify aad eoefoaad tb* peeple,
before toey commenced hostilities themselves
the following year, at Lexington. II was
cite an *•!•*_* war, would preveatacom
-nation of tbe Colon*** far opposing par
liamentary measure* to tax tbe A_ericans."
Among tbe gentlemen of high reputation in
private life, who were officers in this memo
rable battle, were Gen. Isaac SaTßxnr, the
first Governor of Kentucky, and afterward*
Secretary of War; Gen. William CanrnßLi.,
and Col. John Campbbll, beroe* of King*
Mountain aad Long Island; General £yam .
Shblwy, afterward* a favorite citisen of Ten
nee*e*;Col. Wm.Flrriro. an active Governor
of Virgin in during the Revolutionary war:
Qea. Ardrrw Mooaa, of Eockbridge, after
werda U.S. Senator from Virginia; Col. John
Stewart, of Greenbrier; Gen. Tatr, of
WRshington ; Col. Wa. McKaa, of Llncqjn
county, Lentucby; Col. Joan Bterlr, after
warda Governor of Mississippi Territory ; Col.
CharlbsCambror*, of Bath; Gen. ______L ;
Wkll-*, of Ohio, and Gen. Gr<>. Matthews,
a tfiaiiuguished ofiicer of the Revolution, Gov
veruor of Georgia and U. S. Senator from that
Gen. _Rwi.s_ommanded the Virginia troops
when _ord Dunmore was driven from
Gwyun's Island, in 1776, and announced his
orders for attackiug the enemy by putting a
match to the first gun, an eighteen pounder,
himself. He died, in Bedford couuty, in 1730.
Such is a brief sketch of the career of one
of the most illustrious of Virginia's great
men. Mr. Ronbus is said to have entered up
on the statue of JLrwis cot* amore, aud to have
achieved a brilliant success. Having procuied
au admirable photograph of a venerable de
scendant of Johh L.RWIB, still living,—Gen.
Samuel H. Lewis, of Buckingham, between
whom and Gen. Andrew H. Lkwih, there is
said to be a striking family resemblance,—the
likeness of the Mountain Chieftain will be
faithfully preserved in a work of art, which,
if all we learn of it be true, will be worthy of
its subject, and will plane the name of Rogers
in the front rank of the sculptors of America.
The Pacific Rnilway-The Public Plun
That a railway to the Pacific will one day
be built, is beyond all doubt, yet, it is a sensi
ble relief to the public mind when Congres
sional action upon tbe subject is postponed;
when we learn, as we do now, that the report
of the select committee of the House having
been recommitted, the whole matter of tbe
Pacific Railway, so far as the Government is
concerned, must go over to the uext Congres*.
And why is this feeling of relief J It is be
cause we know that, for another year at least,
a wholesale scheme of public plunder will be
deferred ; that a hundred millions of dollars
will not, for one year more at least, be ap
propriated to the purpose of filling the pock
ets of politicians and speculators, and build
ing up a railroad corporation which shall rule
tbe country with a rod of iron. This feeling
of relief, however, is ouly that of respite,
not of complete deliverance. The wolves will
come back again another winter, more hun
gry, more rapacious and more clamorous.—
Where the carcass is,t here tbe eagles are gath
ered together. So long as tbe United States
bas a drop of blood in it, financially, the
leeches cannot, and will not, be shaken off*—
It is often said—W T hat would our fathers
could they rise from the dead and see the
growth of this country in wealth and popu
lation ? Better ask, what would they say if
they could behold the growth of public ras-
I cality and corruption ! What would those
i pure, noble, immaculate men of '76 say, could
they visit the profligate Federal Metropolis,
where almost every man has his price * Par
son Brownlow says that, on arriving lately
in Washington, he felt a strange inclination
to steal something coming over bim, and his
traveling companions owned up to the same
novel sensation. Tbey had all been honest
men all their lives, but it was only by fasting
and prayer that they were enabled to get out
of Washington without committing larceny-
It is no slander to say that Congress itself
sets au example of laxity of principle, pecu
niarily, not alone in tbe positive acts of bribe
ry and corruption, which have been proved
upon some of its members, hut in increasing
its own pay, and appropriating to itself books
newspapers and other privileges, unknown to
other legislative bodies, and which only au
assemblage of persons of easy virtue would
countenance. The people have seen all this ;
they know the thousand corrupt and profli
gate ways in which tbeir money is squander
ed ; but they also know that there is no help
lor it. No unfortunate traveler, lying on tbe
flat of his back at midnight in an old field, and
over him a veteran footpad, one hand holding
a pistol at his breast, and the other rummaging
in his pockets, was ever more perfectly help
less and hopeless than the American people-
It is only when the robbers quarrel amou/
themselves that Brother Jonathan has the
slightest chance of being left with so much as
a shirt to his back.
We believe iv a Pacific Railroad, but, with a
sagacious contemporary, we also believe:
"The road ia to be built for tbe country: the
country cannot be made by tn«j road. We believe
it to be the duty of Uoiicre-a to make liberal ap
fropriationa in aid of surveys for new roads to the
aoifie; that the army might lie profitably em
ployed in constructing such roads; that Mr. Jeffer
son Davis' suggestion in favor of enlisting acorpa
of young, vigoroua, active uiechai.ica to construct
telefc-rapha, multiply military pcßta, and act as po
lio* to protect emigrants from depredation*, eituer
at the hands of hostile Indhna or raacally whites,
ia an excellent one; that the pony express ought to
he encouraged (if ever horse deaerved the treat
ment given by Caligula to hia famous ateed, the
Bony that made the first overland trip waa the
identical animal;) that a daily overlaud route
should be established, and that every feasible
meana ahoula be uaed to les>en the tinia required
for communication, overland, between New York
and San Pranciaeo. Aaall theae matters progress
ateadily,the country will keep on increasing in
we tlth and population, and when the time comes
for a railway, private enterprise will put down the
oapital for the operation, and it will be very *oon
ascertained which is the best route. We are op
posed to the extension ol railway rule over the
But, if the road be made by the government,
let us hope that it will not he made for the
next quarter cf a century. In that time, new
actors, a more conscientious race of public
servants than the present, may come upon the
stage. They canuot well be worse.
Large Cargo Sale of French Goods in .Nor
We Invite the attention of merchants and
other citizens to the advertisement in one of
the auction columns, of the cargo of the bark
" L Jtie Star," direct from Bordeaux, France
which will be sold at theCustom-liouse, Nor
folk, at li! o'clock, on the Oth inst. The cargo
comprises a rich and rare variety of French
liquors, crockery, drugs and chemicals, up
holstery, jewelry, cloths, shoes, hats, milli
nery, and other elegant productions of French
industry. Mercbauts who are in favor of di
rect importation to Southern ports, should
encourage this beginning of a trade, which it
is In their power to make permnnent, between
Bordeaux and other French ports and Vir
By reference to other advertisements it will
be seen tbat tbe Curtis Peck, on the James
River; and the Richmond aud Petersburg
Railroad, will carry passenger* down at a
convenient time for tbe sale.
The Great -..tarn.
In medium-sized, modeat looking handbill*,
it is announced in London that "the steam
ship Great Eastern, 18.—S ton* register, will
take ber departure from Southampton for
New York on the uth of June." The ship Is
conaigned to Gain sell, Mint urn A Co., New
This look, like business. Tbe Board of Di
rectors have gone to woi k industriously and
thoroughly, without pretence, bluster or puf
fing. She is only to receive a limited number
of cabin passengers ou ber trip to tbe United
S-at**- not to exceed three hundred. On ber
retera, should ehe make-rapid passage west
ward, *h* will probably take a much larger
_._. € o*»eert ter tbe Orphan*. .
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Tnursday nlgbt next far the bee-flt „ *_. _.
pbaa*. Full*M-tie»h_.wTlil^J ra^
in advertlaemenu and bill.. U_,
time, w. cordially Invoke the » W „*7j, %£*'
of maaie, and of all who have tbe *>t_aa*e la
tbeir soul*'»of compassion aad benevolence
ia behalf of this liberal effort for a noble
There waff •* ** ia New York last
r_geoBTaa»oaI*IIRRIOa_OHDDIS* , ATrH.J
StaobTTOK, June 4, l*3d—
At 0 o'clock, there was a large attendance,
epon tbe prayer meeting, all tbe exercise*
were solemn, and the Hinging of the old fami
"O, for a closer walk with Uod." ,
Bounded out from warm hearts, and filled tbe
mind with devout aspirations—God's people
wrestling witb Him for a blessing upon the
church, tbe conversion of sinner*, nnd tbe
apread of the Gospel in all tbe earth. "Thy
Kingdom come,** was the devout aspiration of
the Saviour of man, and bis disciples are daily,
hourly, sending up the same petition. Even
j the most careless and ungodly man cannot
but see and acknowledge tbat, God heareth
and answereth prayer. Twenty years ago.who
believed that the gates of China would have
been thrown open, and that Japan, who had
for two centuries trampled under her leet the
sacred Scriptures, would vow be asking for
and receiving the ministers of the Gospel, and
protecting them. Five hundred millions of
people arc now accessible to the teachings of
the Gospel, who twenty, and even ten years
since,had no knowledge of the true God. God
hath heard and answered the prayers of his
people. All the nations of the earth will be
come subject to the teachings of His Holy
On Sunday morning special prayer was
made for the blessing of the Lord upon the
pupils, officers and teachers of the Asylum,
for the deaf mutes and the blind, and also for
the insane. Tbe exhibition on Friday made a
deep impression on tbe minds of all the visi
tors.and the prayer,(of that beautifulgirl,Miss
C. W. S. Nicholas,) by signs, has been lodged
iv many a heart, and now the prayers of hun
dreds ascend to the Throne of Grace for Gods
blessing upon her and her associates. With
all my heart, I say, God bless the Common
wealth of Virginia for establishing and sup
porting such noble institutions as she has in
this place. They are beyond value. If our
Legislators would hut come here in a body, as
1 think tbey should, and examine into the
management of these institutions.ind see how
well they are kept, aud the course of instruc
tion pursued, rhe competency of the teachers
and the progress made by the pupils, they
never wonld hesitate about appropriating
money to the utmost degree of liberality for
Kob-S:ira, tbe Chinese, said of all the most
wonderful things he had seen since his visit to
the United States, tbe exhibition of the blind,
and the deaf and dumb, was the greatest, and
the most astonishing. When he returned be
could not make his countrymen believe that
the dumb talked and the blind write.
The attendance on tbe Convention increased
every day, the cars of Saturday added consid
erably to the delegation; aud although tbe
number does not come up to the expectations
of one of your sanguine citizens-, who said
there would he I,WKi delegates in attendance,
yet the number is larger than indications
seemed to promise on the first day. The num
ber of delegates is, I believe, between 375 and
400, and besides these, there is a brilliant ai ray
of lovely and beautiful ladies, whose silk
dresses have swept tbe sidewalks clean as
they trailed in the dust over all the thorough
fares leading to the churches.
On Saturday, the Episcopal Church, one of
the most chaste and elegant Gothic edifices
that adorns the State, was filled with the civ
ili/ers and refiners of man—the sterner sex
bad to sit in the outskirts of tbe congregation:
but, notwithstanding this, we who were at the
doors heard the talented preacher, T.G. Jones,
who had the power lo fill the place with his
voice, so tbat all could enjoy tbe rich intelkc
tual and spiritual feast with which he fed the
a hole heart of us who were present.
On Sunday, the churches all around were
favored with preachers from the Baptist As
sociation, as will be seen by the printed list
which 1 enclose. The "Bishop Taylor" is
not a title of office, but the name of the black
man who gave a talk after Key. Mr. Seeley
preached to the colored people. There are no
orders in the ministry, as you know, in the
Baptist Church, which is a pure democracy,
where all are equal, and each church inde
pendent, selecting, licensing and ordaining
their ministers witnout the advice or control
or direction of any otherchurch. There is no
hierarchy with them, for all are brethren with
equal rights and privileges.
At 0 o'clock, on Saturday, the Association
was called to order by the President: aiier
singing and prayer by _lder Hitting, the min
utes of yesterday's proceedings were read by
the Clerk and approved.
The following resolutions were offered, viz:
Resolved That the prospects of tjie Southern
Baptist Seminary, at Oreenvilie. 3 ti.. enooarage
the hope that, under find, it wiil urently advance
the interests of our denomination in tne Southern
Resolved. Tint the sum of $—.000 ia not too
much to be expected troni the Baptists ot Virrinia,
and that the lialnncs of that sum ought to he im
nie<!iatf Iv aubscribed.
The following Elders addressed the Associa
tion, embracing ihe topics of ministerial edu
cation, the history of the Greenville Semina
ry, and tho success that hi— already attended
it: Geo. W. Samson, 1). D., President of Co
lumbia College, Washington; Elder O. O. Bit
ting, Alexandria; J. P. Boyce, I). I)., President
of Greenville Seminary; John A. liroadus, I>.
!>.. and Elder Francis, of Wales.
From this discussion it was evident that to
a considerable extent there prevails a distrust
in the minds of the Baptists about the pro-
I priety of Theological Seminaries. It is feared
by some that these great theological institu
tions will iv time usurp power, aud dictate to
tbe churches who they shall have for their
preachers. This argument was answered by
Mr. iiroadus, who said they would do and
were doing what was right, lie v. Mr. Broad us,
as you know, is oue of the best pulpit orators
in the State, aud there was a very general de
sire to hear him: oat I am sorry to say that
his health is such as to physically unlit him
for preaching. He spoke well on Saturday,
but not with his usual animation and power.
He is Professor of Interpretation of the New
Testament and Preparation and Delivery of
Sermons, iv Greeuville Seminary. This new
Theological Institution has a Faculty ol able
men and scholars of great repute in the land.
They are. James P. Boyce, I>. D., of S. C;
John A. Broadus, L>. .0., of Virginia: Bash
Manly, I*. I)., ot Virginia, aud Wm. Williams,
I>. 1), ot Georgia. The first session, which
has just closed, had 20 students, all preparing
for the ministry, ID of whom are lrom Vir
ginia, 9 from S. C, "1 from N. C, '2 lrom Ala
bama, and 1 each from Missouri and Florida.
The resolutions, as above,were then adopted.
The report of tbe Committee ou Religious
Exercisi s was made, auuouucing appoint
ments for services in the various churches for
lay morrow, as follows :
Baptist Church.—li) A. M, Prayer and Confer
ence Meeting ; 11 A. M., T. (i. Keen, Petersburg;
t P. M.. "Biahop Taylor," to colored people ; iP.
M , (Lecture- Room i Conf. of private members; 8
P.M., .\iass "•'eetinif on Dt>in. and Indiun Mission*.
Episcopal Church.—ti A. M.. Dr. Jeter, Rich
mond : 8 P. _~ Dr. burrows, Richmond
Lutheran Chore h.-ll A. Al.. 11. W. Doike,
Lyaehburg ; 8 f. ti.., V. .\l. Darker, Han over.
Presbyterian Ckurrh.-U A. _~ L. W. Seeley,
Ric.tiir.ond; 6P. Al.. A. B. Brown. Charlottesville.
Methodist inurciu—W A. M.. B Urunsle), Rap
■aahannook ; ■"$ r. M., W. D. Thomas. Warrenton ,
BP. M., A M. Poindexter, Richmond. Western
Aaylum -31. M. T. Hume, Portsmouth. Laurel
liil!.—11 A. M., Al. Ellison, titles. Spring Hill.—
HA-AI-.J.8. Hanlwick, Pittsylvania. Augusta
Cliurch.-ll A. M., D. Witt, Charlotte. Tinkl ng
SpririK.—ll A. M., A. Bag by, Kin*- A Queen. Ml.
Piaiah.-ll A. M-. J- A Davis.
AlosnxT.— Presbyterian Church, Staunton.—\\
A. M., J. P. Boyce, D. V.. 3. C.
Lutheran Church.-% P. M.. G. W. Samson. D.
D- Waalunsion, D. C.
The time for devotional exercises having ar
rived, half au hour was devoted to the same.
Dr. Kyland presided, who read the Ist and '.'nd
chapters of Ist Corinthians. Hymns were
sung to good old tunes, with harmony in them
and hundreds of voices in union, praised the
Lord with one heart and one mind. How
sweet it is to hear such an assembly sing, it is
like the heart of God's elect. Prayers were
offered by Wm. Crane, of Baltimore, a septer
narian, who, in au exhortation, told us of the
Baptist for sixty years pa«t; he bad seen tbe
fathers, and knew of their real aud good works,
aud now he thanked God that iv this day, he
had seen tbeir cbildreu assembled in such
large numbers in this General Association.—
BarnettTavlorof Kappahahuock Association,
Samuel Harris and G. W. Harris followed
At tbe expiration of the half hour, the busi
ness of the Association was resumed, tbe
President taking the chair, and many in the
congregation left to attend service In the Epis
copal Church, to hear T. G. Jones preach.
The „eportof the State Mlssiou Board was
read by H. K. Ellyson, the Secretary of that
Board, which showed a prosperous condition
of the Missions. The appropriations for the
year were limited to *lu.ooo, a sum entirely
inadequate to meet the demands for Mission
ary labor iv this Commonwealth. Sixty-three
Missionaries were appointed to labor during
the year, whose fields of labor embraced 64
counties and 31 towns and villages. Their la
bor* were abundantly blessed, the Missicn
churches strengthened, many new church*s
cinstituted, Sunday schools organized, hun
dreds of youth gathered into them, aud more
than 'JiHKi souls have professed faith iv Christ
under their ministry.
These Missionaries, during tbe year, preach
ed 6,*-0 sermons, baptized 1,202 convert*, aided
pastors in meetings in wblcb 9TB persons pro
fessed conversion, made 6,tst visits to fami
lies for religious instruction nnd prayer, or
ganised it* new churches aad l— new Sunday
school*, completed oue new house of worship
aad are engaged in the erection of 13 others,
and distributed (H* Bfbles and Testaments, aio
volumes of religious boobs and 5,3*- tract*—
Tbe receipt* iuto the treasury, during tbe
year, were a!5,137_5, and tbe expenditures
were •U.PAl.lb, snowing • aalaaee due tbe
Treasurer of R12.03. _ j
Tbs 1U3.U00 Baptist* (Wm. Sands says there
areoulydtLOOt) white member*,) In the State
ought to give for the enaulng year g'AWbfbr
State Missions. Many of tbe obnrcbes art
able aad can do more than ever tbey have done
taaaatatu Missions. Tbe report says it -aot
men nor promising fields of labor tbat are
needed, Gad bas provided both; but means are
ifabUig to eead eat aad .uauun tbe laborers—
Bsmn*Bmn*t% Qr-_*»i*y, of lU|»**aß_aaoca,
3. Is. -airowtt, _. _. Ship aed W. _.__*-raw,
of Greenbrier, following with addresses.
The Association then adjourned.
Tbe Association convened at .1 o'clock, tbe
President in the chair. Hymn 898 was aung.
Prayer offered by Elder _a_ue! Harris.
Proceedings of tbe moralng were read and
The report of the State Mission Board being
the regular order of business for the hour, ad
dressee were made by Elders C. C. Chaplin. M.
Ellyson, Wm- Huff aud Brother H. K. -Hy
son. Elder Chaplin gave Interest-** state
ments relative to the field of labor in Halifax
connty, showing that within two years by the
labors of the Missionaries of thi* Board, a
church ha* been organised of fla members-
Elders Richardson, Ellyson and Huff gave
statements, showing gratifying reaulu in each
of their respective fields of labor.
The report of ihe Board was then adopted,
and the Association united in singing a bymn.
Elder W. I>. Thomas offered the following.
Which was adopted: »,_**■ _i_
Resolved, That the nooeeMtiee of the field under
the cultivation of our State Miaaion Board, de
mand of us no lea* a aum than that naked for in the
Report of the Board, and that therefore we ear
nestly recommend the pastors and members nl onr
entireties to make diluent efforts to raise, during
the year, «—.OOO tor State Missions.
JJr. Jeter presented the following:
Resolved, That a aubacription be now taken up
to aid the church of whose generous hospitality
we are nere partaking, in pay me the balance ot tbe
debt do* for the erection ot their commodious
house of worship, amounting to tfl.lOv.
The resolution was adopted, and a collec
tion taken up.
Resolved. That the Goshen Association has done
a noble work, which entitles it to the praise of the
Baptist denomination, in aubtaiuing- for several
yeara, in tins flourishing town, a missionary, the
result of wboße labors has !>een the organization
of an efficient church and the erection of a coin
modioua houae of worship.
Elder A. Broad us, lrom the Committee on
Delegations, reported the attendance of .'175
delegates. Report received and the Commit
A Committee to revise and correct the list
of minister*, as published in the Minutes of
tbe Association, was appointed, consisting of
A. F. ATM—, J. A. Davis W. A. Whitescarver,
M. Ellyson, Henry K. Ellyson, T. W. Sydnor,
Enos Healey and 11. P. Davidson.
The Association then adjourned.
To-night the house was crowded in
every part of it, previous to the commencing
of the exercises. Tbe President took the
Chair at the usual hour, and after a short
pause, for the people to become quiet, ahvmn
was sung, and prayer ottered by Elder Cole
man, of the Goshen Association. The Asso
ciation agreed to suspend the reading of the
report of the State Board of Foreign Mis
sion?, prepared by B. W. Snead, Esq., the Cor
responding Secretary, and take a recess, af
fording an opportunity for a meeting of the
Board of Foreign Missions of the Southern
Baptist Convention. Dr. Jeter presided, and
Brother J. B. Wood acted as Secretary. Elder
J. B. Taylor, Secretary of tbe Board, read the
report, giving a detaiied account of the pro
ceedings for tbe past year, and stated that four
young brothers had been accepted as Mission
aries for Japan, whose ordination would take
place in the Baptist Church, at Charlottes
ville, on Sunday, the loth inst., of which
chnrch three of 'hem -were members. Mr.
Cabanis* and tbe Chinese convert will also be
there. The report was adopted.
Elder W. F. Broaddus delivered an address.
After which, Brother Crawford H. Toy, one
of the three young Missionaries for Japan,
was introduced, who gave an account of the
reasons which induced him to devote himself
to the Foreign Mission cause, aud why he had
chosen Japau as the field of his future labors.
AH young ministers, he said, ought to become
a missionary to the heathen, unless they
could show some good reasons for the contra
ry. He gave quite an extended account of the
Japanese nation, aud said they would be
come a great commercial people, and assimi
late their manners and habits to those of the
Western nations. llis*remarks were listened
to with the undivided aud unflagging atten
tion of the audience. Mr. Holier, Mr. John
L. Johnson, now a student of tho University,
and Jno. Wm. Jones, a graduate of Green
ville Seminary, are the other young men, who
have been accepted by the Southern Board as
Missionaries for Japan.
Key. Mr. Cabaiuss was introduced, and for
4. minutes interested the audience in giving
an account of China, and his labors as Mis
sionary among them. He exhibited a God that
had beet' worshipped In the family of one of
the converts for upwards of _A years. Koh-
Sara was introduced to the audience, who an
swered several questions put to him by va
rious persons in the church, all ot which were
interpreted by Mr. Cabauiss.
The serv ices of the evening were of a high
ly gratifying character, and lasted till near 11
The President pronounced the'benediction,
and the Associatiou adjourned.
Ar.LRGKD Swindle—The Norfolk Herald
says tbe recent fit—are of Solomon Cherry A
i., commission merchants of that city, was
wiudle demanding legal investigation, and
The fair fame, name, honor and honesty of
iomoa Cherry, which once stood so high in
r midst, are now lost forever, and like Lu
-r, fallen so low that the hand of charity
uld refuse to oirer consolation to one whose
advocacy would 'blur the grace and blush of
CoiNTEiifkitino—ln Norfolk, Va., on Sa
turday, Bracai waa tried on two indictments
for counterfeiting, plead guilty aud was sen
tenced to the penitentiary for three years on
the first, and two years on the second—live
years iv all. The prisoner Brown for the
same offence, plead not guilty—his case was
argued by Geu. Blow, for the Commonwealth,
and T. T. Cropper, Esq., for the prisoner.—
Verdict of the jury, turee years imprison
ment in the peni'eutiary.
Prof. Joseph Roby, the head of the anatom
ical department of the University of Maiy
laud, died on Saturday.
The Union parly of Missouri have nomi
nated Hubert Wilson for Governor, and R.
Holmes for Lieut.Governor.
Tb_.Thr best ard chkapest Photographs
and Pearl Amurntypes m the city ure those made
nt Rues' Mammoth Gallery, lift Main st., near
Governor st. All the various styles and sizes ex
touted in the highest style of the art, at ail houra
in the day and any kind of weatner. Photographs
colored in Oil, Aquarule, I\_tell, or India liiK
Price 25 ct i., SO els., $I—from that up to $100.
»*-ZS_> A M—BTiaj- OF THE COMMIT
•«__» TEE OP INVITATION for the Fourth
of July Dinner, to be given nt the .St- Charles Ho
tel, will tie held on next SATURDAY evening, in
the Hall of the Hotel, at 5 o'clock-
The following are the names of the committee
appointed, and they wilt pieaae attend at that
Char—a Pleasants, tieo. W. Gretter,
(Ami. Calvert, i. H Diggcs,
; Hector Davis, W. Old, Jr.,
Dr. W. Fiaher, Dr. A. S. Grigsby,
Jos lirummel, R. Diokiaon,
G. W. Maduox, K. T. Steams,
Dr. E F. Luekett, T. Kimhro,
Maj. 1' ijritiiii, Jaa. A. Cowardin,
K. Ward, Dr. Jas. Dove,
• Dr. Ingram, Win. M. Harrison.
■ J. G. Blackwell. jes-dtd
t2**":_r— Ol GUT THOSE OPPOSED TO
aV_i CLOSING TBEIR STORKS AT HALF
PASTBIX.BE ENCOURAGED?-We noticed in
your Dispatch of Fndav, an error relative to Clo
thier* closing their store* at half-past six. We
are aorry to aay it is not an. A petition w.i* got
ten up,as we untierataiid, and signed by all, ex
cept two or three, who seemed .-— iuiniovaMe aa
the rock of Gibraltar. In fact, th*re are some two
or three concerns iv each different mercantile pur-
I auit ti.at are determined, regardieaa of all entrea
-1 tiea, not to eloae. How illiberal! Cannot aome
thtng tedone to induce them to turn from the er
ror of their way*.' It seems hard that ao many
toon*; men have to saner at the expenae.of a few.
How pleasant it t* to take a stroll on the Square
at half past six, after the toil ot twelve and » half
houra of labor. MANY CLKRKS.
_**C_-> MOKKUEBI'ILOING FUND AS
aTK—S* B<JCIATI'»N — The regular monthly
meeting of thia Association will be held at Sau.ii
der*' Hall. <>n TUESDAY evening, Sth inst., at 8
o'clock. The Mock holders are earnestly request
ed to attend, as an alteration of the Conatitution
and oilier important buaineaa, will lie brought be
fore the meeting. ED. McCA it THY,
je I—H Secretary.
S"*C_-» VIRGINIA IKMTKAL AGRI
•••-& CULTURAL SOCIETY .-The txecu
tive Committee of this Society will hold their
monthly met. in*., on WEDNESDAY next, at 6
o'c.ock P. M., at the office of President Lyons.
C. DIM MOCK. See'y
jet—td Virg'aCent'l Air'l Society.
■f*3_ •♦BANK OF RIt'HMOND."-Suf
—***-—— ficient of the capital stock of th* BANK
OF RICHMOND being aulwcnhed. the atockhold
erawtll meet at GODDIN'B HALL lor the pur
pose of organis ng on the sth of June, at hi o'ol'k.
l'be hook* jeinaia open for further aubserißtioa at
the office of John A. Laicastrr i Horn.
ISAAC DAVKNPORT, >Comm'M.
EDWIN WORTUAM, I
SERVANTS FOR HLR__ SALE.
r* OO b, W AS U E R AND IKOCiER, AT
•*-> PRIVATE SALE.-The *üb*orU>er haa (ot
aale privately, a N KG HO WOMAN, who ia aaid to
beairat rat* COOK. WASH KR and IBONEK.-
Aharsaia may be baa. if immediate application is
made to * E. B. COOK,
CKRVANT FOR HI HE.-A fir.t olata Dl-
O NlNti ROOM SERVANT, who I* aUoan ex
cellent HOSI'LER, it y**ra old, very intetlit**at,
and wail trained. Por »__sulara, apply at tais
ottos. . je 0- toil
/-J.ItNTLKMKra- FURNISHING GOO JJR.
va Th* subscriber baa a coed stock of
OENiLEMEN'B PUKNWHINO GOOD*,
, k _i»«- B i l _ , _?**' T B**V*
. . M> a ra-fli lSf?.' l !
. On Thursday evening. May Slat, at So'eloek, at
I.<eißh Street Obnreh.he the „cv Mr. Wwna. Mr.
BERNARD L. WILBOaTand Miss AONEB A.
GASKINS. ,_ B » J __ -Bi , J - i »______«.
In thi* city, on Monday, Jane 4th, at » o'cloeb I
A.M.. after An illnasanf a'oat five atonths, Mr.
RADFORD BLANR-NSIIIP. in the»-h year of
hi* age. He was a kind and indulgent bnabandand
tath-r. a good neighbor and a worthy oitizen. He
leave* a wife aad several children, end a large
number of other relatives and friends, who moat
deeply —el this afflicting dispensation. The de
ceased bore hia protracted lllnew with great pa
tieae* sad rest*, nation, and diad calm ly aadaaaUr,
a* if only falling into a quiet atutnher.
Hia funeral will take a_ee thia i Tuesday) after
noon, at 4.'. o'clock, at tbe Broad Street Methodi••
Church, i Rev. Mr. Pnnoan'a.) Hi* fn*nd* and
sc<iu«i ntauoes, and those ef bis family, are invited
On Monday, the 4th mat., at SK o'olk, HELEN
J l .-"TI NA, only daughter of John P.and Sueannaa
M. Taylor, aged 17 montha.
Her funeral will take place at 9 o'clock thi*
mo ning, at her father* reaidence, on Broad at.,
opposite Richmond College, lhe friends and ao
quaintanoea of the family are requested to at-
On Monday, 4th mat., at 5 o'clock A. M, JU
DITH V. JUDK, youngest child of L. M and
Sarah J. Jude, aged 1 year and 9 month*.
. The friend* and acquaintances of the family are
invited to attend her funeral from the residence of
her p-trents. on French Garden Hill, thia (Tuesday)
morning, at 10 o'clock. *
On Sunday afternoon. June 3d, JOHN GALLA
GHER, id the llth >ear of his age.
His funeral will take place to-day, at J o'clock,
from the reaidence of hia parenta, corner Clay and
17tlt atreeta. *
In Plin.Kieinhia.on the.Vstof May. 1860, ELIZA
BETH ROBERTSON, youngeat daughter of Jaa.
Robertson, deceased, formerly of thia city.
Yeaterdsv morning, at her reaidenoa, on the
corner of Byrd and loth atreeta, after a ahnrt but
painful illneaa, Mr*. CAROLINE MEIMBR|*BSE.
in the 33■ sear of her aae. She leave* a husband
and child to mourn their loss.
R9_ Baltimore and Philadelphia paper* please
PORT OF RICHMOND. JUNE 4.
high Watir this day (Tuesday) 6*f, o'clock.
j Steamship \orktown. Parnarh. New York, n;dze. j
ana pass3n.se ra, Ludlam k Watson.
Steamer Bolvidero, Keene, Baltimore, mdxc. and
passengers, D. k W. Currie.
Steamer Virginia. Kelley. Philadelphia, mdze.
and paaaeneers, C. P. Cardozo.
Hark Olara Haxall, Dutton, New York, bay,
Bear. Ben Vandever, Jonea, Norfolk, corn,
Steams A Co.
Steamer Pennsvlrania Teal. Philadelphia.mCze.
and passeaxera, C. P Cardoso.
Schr. Lynchburg, Harna, JNew York, (two dara.)
mci-/-'.., D. "c W, Currie.
Schr. M. C. Hopkins, Daugherty, New York,
hay. Bfidgf—d A Co.
Bohr. Wm. and John, Jores, Baltimore, guano,
E. H Sktnker «. Co.
Schr. 8. Apple sate, Crammer, Philadelphia, coal,
R. 0. Hasktns.
Bark Pioneer, from Liverpool, (reported by Capt.
Kelley, of —earner Virginia.) in tow of steam-tug
David Currie, at New Port News.
City Point, June _», 1»G0.
Steamer Jamestown. Skinner, Richmond.
Steamer Pennsylvania, Tea', Philadelphia.
Steamer Jamestown, Skinner, \'ew York.
Ste?mer Pennsylvania. Teal, Richmond.
Steamer Cit> of New York, Nickerson, Boston.
Schr. Jamestown, Lattoreite, New 1 ork.
Njh- York. June 2.—Arrived, schr. Ned, Wil
minuton, N. C.
Baltimore, June 3—Arrived, schr. A. R. El
l'ott. N. C. Cleared, schr. Purse, Swansboro,
Nohfolk, June 2.—Cleared, achr. Ben Vandiver,
PAssKXiRK* per steamship York town, Parnah,
from New York :
A R. Robertson. J. AlcGill, R. Crawford, R. A.
J. Thompson, H. Ficßß—ere, W. A. N. van Boke
lan, Mr. Antonis, Wm. Bennett, I*. S. N., Jcnn
O-xen. U.S. N...1. H. Nichol*. B. C. Doughty, J.
E.Matt_ewa. D. Tideman. J. P. Simmon*. J. M.
S!iort. J. N. Van Lew and daughter W. _. Taylor.
Alias Dimmick, Mra. Bluckfinger, J. R. West and
lady, D. Moore, C. —'• Line?, Mr. Nimmo, J'-.mes
Smith, W. Buckner, W. B. Calwell, C. W. Shum
wav, S. Uizer and lad*. Miss Lsons,Mrs. Huested.
J. I). Youiik, K. I*. Morris, C. D. Benton. A L.
Tompkins. D. <i. Elliott, M V Small. R. O. Boy
ken, A. J. Haiut*. Mias Morn*, N. C. Andrew*.
Miss E. L. Edwards and M uteerage.
LOST AND STRAYED.
-LOST—Somewhere on the way
anf ri , m Mrs. Dalmey'a Boirdinc
* "' " * House, on Franklin St., by Pith,
to the Armory, a pair of GOLD SPECTACLES,
lettered on oue arm "Dimmocx," enclosed in a
biack leather case, marked "Mitchell A l't
lkr." A suitable reward will be paid to the Under
by application to this office. je s—it
anßxdfm CAMLE Tf> _t*f. HO USB. Oft TritK
2^_jK , "'_tli of May, a largo white and brindle
_k___r'' >W. fho has Ihik horns and no mark j
on ta* cars. The owner can get her by coining
forward nnd proving property and paying charges, i
jes-3t* SARAH HERDEi.T. Henri.--, co. •
•** MMWARD.-Stravea from my re~
g&~-J™ tMlemre. at Port Mayo. Rocketts. a fame
aibMUMel COW, about lour year* pi— 111 feod
oouuiiioa. Her horns are very white, except al»jut
half aii inch of tb* tips, fih-e wr.s on tbs eve nf
carving, and in all probability was sick on her
calf when nhe left. The ab.yve reward will be
paid on iier sale delivery to me. together with her
calf, if she has any, at the above mentioned place,
je t-3r THOMAS O'CON,NOR.__
STRAYED —Came to my reaidence,
»?•-** at the intersection of Venahlo street and
_____:he Mech.tnicavilie Turnpike, a spotted
jjL'Ll. GALE, wi'h a rope on its neck. Ihe owner
can get it by paying charges aud taking it away.
Jej-j'r _ H. W. WOODY.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.-Left my
«t*-x residence, on Mayo street, Wednesday
*S«_**a'noruing last, a very small red and white
uovy , with long curly hatron the face. Pheweiirhs
about 250 11)8.. and gives over a gallon of milk a
day. A liberal reward wtti be paid lor her delivery
tome. lje2--tsl_ D. K. WELsIGER._
#•*». STRAVKIi-On Monday, the"—th mat.,
"I—»lfl»a BLACK HORSE, without br.d.e or sad-
** tile, a small white stnr ea his forehead; hia
hind feet are watte. A libeial reward will lie uven
b> returning linn to A. BARATTA,
je 2 -ts No. 5 Franklin st.
«*— MASWAttD.—strayed from the i
residence of the subscriber, on Mond.iv
tKa__**'ast. the —th inst., asiimil red COW, with
wniie lace, brown spots around the eyes, end of
tail white, and giinblet inles thread* her horns — |
The above reward will be paid for her delivery to
me. J.H.LEWELLYM, Yorktown H. use,
• el-tit' Corner Franklin and Wall sts.
LOST-A LETTER, from Rtxeravilie, TennT, j
containing Jas. >>.anion's negotiable note, at
six months, Irani Dee. 7th. 'SD, for £152.37, paya- !
bte 11 us. The finder is requested to return the
note to us, payment having been stopped.
CLARKSON A ANDERSON,
mr 26--t8 Maia Richmond, Va._
—— — S xraYFD o*FT—Abont two weeka
ago.alarge black HOHSK MULE-roach
TVH■ mane nnd tail- no mark* recollected ex-
Jf ' --pot a white Si»>t in the marie i will pay
mmmmmm & reward of I*s for his deliver* at mv
residence, on Church Hi.l.or&tmy office, on 14lh
street, near .'ditto's biidge.
my 25-u C. B. LIPSCOMB.
.IILLI.\r.RS. HATTERS,' AND P|
Z*Z JOHN HILL, Hat and B.r.net Eleaoher***
ana Presser, h„ removed to B'IOAD STREET,
above the Central Railroad Depot, '■vheru he would
bapleased to receive orders lor BLEACHING,
PRE'•sINWi Ac, and they will he promptly at
tend, d to _ jes— lw"
a _- A StA HAIIIIM..
TF__T CHESAPEAKE HALL,
'"R" I Ha.mi*tox, Va
r_*aUMMBB RESORT, ao well and favora
bly known, will he reopened on the 15 ii of June,
when the proprietor will be flippy to see any of
h.a friends wan may wish to enjoy SALT \V aTER
liATHI.NG and the luxuries «>l the seaboard.
floats. Fishing Tackle. Pleasure-Carriage*. Ac,
alwat.B in readme** to contribute to the eujoymeni
of gueata. R. G. BANKS, I'iopneior.
jes—lin* . ~
" OF■ ICE R. _ Y. R. R '.'. R~l
Richmond. June A, lt_). \
Si ■ *a__ m I Tll-Sl'-A.vl-K* \VA.**T !
3S_p_j_EPOiNT'' will not leave the
aaaa* _B*twhita House on TUESDAY, or |
Norfolk on FRIDAY, a* advertised, in conae
•tuenoe of not being abe to get her ready for the !
trip. Ijes-lt] THUS. R. SHARP. Sup't. |
»•£*•*•***_ NOT __*•—The *te»fser A. fi. |
**f^^_«r-_VSCHLLTZ has been withdrawn for
at—Bw*«nM*n*»a few week* Iroia tne Chickahnuii- i
ny and James River live, for the purpose of on- i
dargoing some alight repairs, painting and refit
t.ns. Due notice will be given wheu she is to re
sume her place on the line,
je»-lw D. J.HILL. Masfr.
-**£3jEli_The A No. 1 Steamship VIRGINIA.
J. R. Ku.iv, ia now ready to
receive freight, and will leave on THURSDAY,
the 7th mat., at 7 o'oiock A. M.
Foi freight or pasaage. having auperior accom
modations, apply to the Captain on board, or to
, C. P. CaRDCZO. Agent. Racket**.
Boatoc freight taken tnrough by steam, at re
duced rat's,and witsdispato— je b -3t
_,<£> B*OK BALTIMOKKT-The regular
-j _»packet achr. WILLIAM SEVERE, Capt
■R**RRR»J*4o. Baoosa, hiving a portion..!her cargo
engaged and going on hoard, will have dUpstch.—
r or remainder, apply to
je6-6t W. P.COLQUITT k CO.
£__ HUMbK FDR SA__-Ftve. year* old
thia aptmg; very «tjit»h; a beautiful stover;
.7 Pgrfeutly aound.and gentle in any ham—»;
well broke: trots easily under the saddle, and is of
a very kind disposition.
Reference* a* to tbe bores can be had.
Apply at WM. D. IRBV'd »table. Franklin St..
a lew doors above the Old Mark— j* e--*H
a SPECIAL NOTKJK.-Ia accordance with
an arrangement entered into with the other
Hat nterehanu ef tbe city, my ater* will te
oloaed every evening at naif seat six o'clock, du
ring tbe rammer month*, vis: till tbe lat of Sep
tember—to aire tbe lentlemen attending in the
•tor* a little time tor rest and rsorsatiua.
My customers are, th*r*for*. reeveetfulty and
•arneatly requested to call for tbeir Maia jp-evious
to tbat bear. JOHN DOOLEY.
JO 5 -—»W*W
-J. HOHSK »OR MKNT.-Th* PRI* MlSfcd
t_| over tne atore, MM Main atreet, are efl*red for
*■■**ent. Tbe Hoase is ie good order, aad oom
"AS""* ' l*B_w_
■_. Flftt* Onte for Larae Ambretypes,
. J ._.j°«K k j ii * v *•*■>-
And finished in the BRAT i-rVLF.
ROOMS OH THE Fl_**T FI_IOR.
»„,-. lIjDTHE LJAOKSJIN RICHMOND.
PICTU__*J M'IiECBEAPBJLTHAN AT ANY
„ ~*7 OTHEE wAt.LSIY.
Satiaraeti'.n gaaranteed. or aa) sale.
f yon want tbe BEST airFfcAROEST PIC-
T( RES, at a REDUCED PRICE, to to
bM ITH'S GALLfcRY. 77 Maia at-,
je»-2t* _ Wliiteliur*faold»tand._
•_. Some thins t* -eaof: ' •■' ~ ~
REDUCED PRICES _. __
TS SOMKf mXa TO WEAR,
r mm thi* date we win aell our r_h aad varied
-^•aSkV^I* 8 ' Dlllißß "OODS and STIIMbR
WRAPPINGS at grsatly rednoed erioe*. Bayer*
oan be certain nf obtaining good bargain*, a* w*
are determined aot to duamoiat those wbo favor
v* with a call. SWORDS A THAW.
N. 8.-Fancy Drea. Silk, at 00.- "* *""* *
■•a—— 8. A T.
.. B*A,.Lnth«! Lath*!! Laths!!!—Heme
MANX » AC r URK.-We continue to make -nd aell
at our Saw Mil., Msyo's faland, excellent Plae'er
LATHS at the price <>f *}i per tnouaan-l. Wo
would invite the attention of the trade to the *n
noned certificate of Mr. t>wane., a gentleman well
known in our city:
Ricuao.tD. Juae 2d, IS6O.
Messrs. Jno. * Geo. You
ask me to giva my opinion in writing, in regard to
the Plaster l.ith* nf your manufacture. I will state
that a* foreman tor Mr. P. H. Russell. I have used
upward* of too 000 of your lathe, and take pleasure
in saying that 1 consider tiiein superior in ever/
respect to any sawed lath* heretofore imported,
that I have ever seen. Being free from the fuze
of the sawed lath, the first coat of mortar adheres
without repulaon. and leing of retular thtcknesa
and equal in atrengtb to the aawel lathe, I do not
hesitate to aay that it ia more piofitable to the plas
terer to ua* *<>ur latha, aa the work on tliem i*
more spee.nl* done and results in a hotter job.
Very respectfully v.-ura. Ac.
Having read the above statement of Mr. Swarm.
my foreman, it entirely concur* with myrpininn
in regard to the laths made hy the .Yleasrs. Gibson,
ami would add that 1 think these gentlemen ought
to be encouraged for their enterprise in thia mat
ter of homo manufacture.
jet- St P. H. RUSSELL.
b_. Ladies' Dress Goods!
LADIES' DRESS GOODS!!
The month of June being at hand, and finding
our stock of
LATHES* DRFSS 0001*8 I
tc he considerably larger than Is desirable, and.
desirous of giving our friend* and cuatorner* the j
advantage of an entire new Btoctcof tires* Qnsds
nt every season, beside* supplying themselves j
cheap now. we nave determined to sell from to
day all our T>res3 Goc.da, of every description, j
from Rich Silks to ordinary Lawns, during the
month of June at con. and many atvles «f Good*, j
in preference to keeping th*m over, greatly be- j
low coot. In fact, we will make a
GREAT CLEARING OUT RALE. j
Will be added, on arrival of steamer from N«»w
York on Monday,—o niecea neat st>le. new de
signs, PRINTED LAWNB and OHGANDI-S
--just wlrat every body wants. _
Also, 250 new st>le LADTEB' WRAPPINGS.
uuiiaißaiiia cf H'r-ick Silk Mantles, Lace Cloak.. '
Lace Talni*s, Burnoua.LaceSliawla. and which, on I
account of* the lateness oi ttie season, will he aold i
at nearly half lhe prices they aold for a mouth
ago. A call lrom all in want ia respectfully re
quested. J. MILLHISER A BXO..
**_.—ariie Stork of
AT COST, FOR CASH.
All in want nf cheap, freidi and desirable Goods,
have now an opportunity to make their selections
out of a 550,000 Btoeß, the best part of which ha*
been purchased thia season, and the cash paid for
it—consequently waa bought 25 per cent, under the
regular price, in
DRESS GOODS AND SILKS
we have a well-selected stock of the newfiat
EMBROIDERIES AND WHITE GOODS
we have the greatest variety—all bought at vuo -
LINEN GOODS AND HOSIERIES
our atock aan not lie surpassed in t-lieapnes*. To
-.EN'S A>D BOYS' WEAR
we alwaya pay particular attention, and have a
DOMES 11CS AND SERA NTS' GOODS.
We t iiv the beat makes, direct from the manufac
tory, for the ready money, and havu a large steck
Having mail.* arrangements to enlarte aud refit
our store, we are compelled to reduce our stock by
the Ist of August, and in otf**rin>cour goods at cost
Aye mean what we say. Call aoon and secure bar
gains. J. A M. ROSKNHaIM.
je 4-2w 100 Broad at.
bC*w Direct Importations.—We ore iv re*
ceipt of a macnifioent assortment of FRENCH
CHINA DINING and TEA BKTS. decorated and
plain, of airact importation, to which we invite
tne attention of purchasers; being satisfied weoin
aell as low as any house North. i
STEBBINS k PULLKN,
jel-3t No. 10l Broad street.
**_ DRAY AND TEA**! FOR SALE — j
! w:sti to cell one of t\\ TE.Wis tnd
VJK3TI DRAY. Any t»ie wikhuiit atiiat-rate es
aran rii i*'' l '" l '"" l "'- '»' ! LES young and well
■**"i.roke. BW * , *** , SPRING DRAY, in good order.
With DRIVeR f'orthe balaaeeof I ha year-can Iks.
aeeoaatnodated either lor c;:.-i» or a atMisiaotor*"
n«te J. M. CONRAD,
iii> 31—ts Cary. between 13th and Uth t'.s,
OFFICE R. AND P. R. R COMPANY.'
RICHMOND. June 1, ISW. \
f*Tarx_H_f- AItRt'HAiTS and others
who visii to attend the aali <<t
—I aa __B_! the French gooda va Norfolk,
on WEDNESDAY next. c\n obtain return tickets
at tins oifice, good until tne 14th mat., lor $3._.
jet-- %Jk. WYNNE, Sup't.
POR LiV_RPOO_-<INTENDED AS
4esl>A REGULAR TRADERj-Tke well;
••••■■ia**known and very auperittr ship UNCLE
JOE, En PixkiiaM, master, now discharging her
o*r.:o at City Point, and will lie ready to take in
tobacco in a few day*. For freight of which appiy
to CHARLKB PALIMKK.or
my3l-eod2w(Jdp) BEVERLY CLOPTON_
J AT t'OST.—I have yet remainrß*;******f*_i
about i UUO p.-ura of tn<>se L.-vdi** aTOsiS,
M isaes' and Children'a COLORE D***"-* l *
SHOES, that I have t«en selling the last lewd vs
without regard to coat. *nd shall continue to do so
until the entire lot ia disposed of, at 219 Broad st.
je2-3t W. P. W. TAYLOR.
VT_ i-lA VJ£ _j2 KkMl* DOW ST THK
PRICES of our* own Richmond-made Boots j
and Shoes, ss folloWB: Gent's French Gulf
it* $5; Gent's Krencli Cnlf Cor.eres* Gaiters
"*4; Gent's French Ca_ Oxford Tie* ."JS 25: Gcnt'a
French Cait' Strap 'lies ."j'i'.'S; Gent'a oalf Kid
Gauera "j'4; Gent* En*lisri Laatunt Gaiters §i;
all other ROM— at corresponding em as. The al*jye
goods are of Hie first class, and Mas! to any in
Richmond. We t>tl"er these unusual inducements
in order to keep ti;e workmen agoing, *~ work is
rather slack at thi* season. We thought it would
be better to give the customer the benefit of aet
tinu first c.-.v*., ;i..«i» at very low prices, and at lue
same tune giving employment to the workmen.
-AR'.'l'S HARRH A BRO.,
Mam at., next to the American Hotel.
IHEAIHi'RS CO. I, Ist REG VA. VOLS.,/
Richmond, June 4th, 1800. J
Order No. XV
CHANGE OF DRILL-ROOM-Assemble at
the nail, corner of Marshall and Cab a. reels,
(over Let—' grocery.) this (TUESDAY ) evening,
Mh mstant.at a o'clock.
The future racetiu* and drills ot* the Company
will t>e held at this Hal:.
By order of Capt.«AM'i. T. Bavt.v.
j>s-iff* _ V_^l . L FOR E. lat Sertt.
Z ___£rQ_S_P CO. 1-T PIG. VOIS..*
_ _tCßMO*t*>. June 4th, lsM. <
■ Order No. SO.
11l This Company wi!l acaemhie for drill, on the
•a* Capitol Square, on it E.SuAi ■ ttieftpi met., at
B>. o'clock P. M.
Muiubers will appear with yarule muskets and
without belt*. Ky order of tin* Captain.
jes-U HAIIVKY A DUDLEY, Ist Psr K 't.
„ "" HDQ'S CO. G, 1-.T REG'T VA. VOLS..*
a Richmond. June stJi. I—d. S
H Attend a r-inular « <n'iii) meeting of the
Tllcninpany on this ,TUESDA Yj evenins, at 3
•"■•o'clock. It is important that every ii.euilier
»lion Id he present, as tuainesacf importance will
1 c brought before the **l*S*iilg.
By order of Capt. W. 11. Hoajpot*.
jet If S. J. TI CKER,l»tSsrg't._
_ READ<i'RS GO. P-. l.r REG. VOLS..'
b Richmond, June Sth, I—o. <
■ Order No. —.
11l Attend a drill of mur Company, at your Ann
•**ory. f.ta>« o'clock THit»: Tuesday I EVENING
Appear in undresi uaiioMi., with arm* au-1 se
en trement*. By order of Capt. M n tiai.i.
jes-lt* C b. MORGAN, Jk., lat fc'erg't.
! ATTENTION, CO. D.-Th a command
will aaaecnU* for instruction in the X.oL'AVE
DRILL. WEDNESDAY EVENING, at 3 o'
clock, at the Mr.rknt Halt. It ia required that
every member will tie putioiuaUy present.
By otder of Capt Dim mock.
jes-lt* D T. CARTER. IstSergt.
J ARMORY YOUNG GUARD. June «, 1-0.
Order No. Mil
Ttiir.con.mand will asaembl* TI'ESPA V
EVENING, Mb mat .at 8 o'clock, tor husinesa
and drill, is FAIU.LF CAPS.
THE ZOLA YE DRILL will he commenced, an
der the instri.ction of an ofhc*r of th* French
Army, aao it i* important that every member of
the c >rpa be present Tuesday evening.
Menu era wilt get the NeW DRESS HAT, at
once, troni Booley 'a ator*.
By order of Cast. John S. R*iv .
jef-lt* ABNER V. hNGLAND.jatSg't.
_ ARMORY MONTGOMERY GUARD.'
M Jvatj 2d IH6U- y
■ Tnia Cemmnad will aaaatutde at .vuliury
M Hall, on MONDAY. 4th inst.. at 9 o'clock P
•"•M., tor ooinpaD) drill.
Ths regular inou'hly meeting of th» company
will take place on TUESDAY ev*aing.attheaain*
hour aad place; and r.a tha Curnutitee on By-
Laws will report, a mil attendaace is required.
Thoee lueinber* who hay* faded to *<*rad-« for
four montha aooceaaivel*. wtd appear aud live
their eaouaea, or they will be dealt with aa the law
Richmond, June M A
Assemble at MiliUry Hall, on MuNfIAY
evening. Juue 4th. at •o'eloeb. for Ceeaaauy*
iiriil. S*rs*aat*.aetify yonr aquad*.
lue reaulsr n.onihly meeting of ihe <**A**aa* ;
will b* held at tie aame boar and Bine*, ea TU_B
DAY sveeißi, Mh in*U .....
A fall atteadsno* ta paittoutarly deeired. as aa
election of bi Lieutenant will take place.
_ BUT*"* le»tWl_
pC„_ OL«» §*OHT.WIIbM~ _
a PURE HOLLAND OIN.
Madeira awl Ib*rr/w IN S; Banuardaar;*.
Maaaea*ir. Oaard. nVapaj • k O p \* *jj|is_ "tJa
********* ***L. •»_»Atft .if.._.t- .. -V»
Meat to ear. PiAabua aba aa**a**aet* sa**
S-t'OND AN*lf TERS A . r
a-* • 'ot* T«« *** ■
IHDIPrWPEIIT TOR^ ASSQCi -Tifts,
MOADd V, J UNMIX mS"''"'>*
A. SOHAD'SB^LtNnjLLKGAR DE<s
• Parallel Bar and Pl,»a« C*v &* *•*•'
iCtac. G,___Uc «*»•««. or tta^'li,J*
1 After dinner, the oration* of the da* *:ii _
livered by A. lioitu r_ ™i i! 11 ' t *<**»
of the Senior Turner* will Ul_ »_W " •"•**rti*a,
Th* laatival will close t.y a IMM **
Tob-hetdin o***0 ***^ 0 " A *'U
S.«TEINI.EIN'B MONTfCKI.I 0 Hi, ,
Whar* the arise* will be debt-Bred to A . L| "
Bucoeaaful Turner*. a******** _ ta* „,„
Price or admiaaion totbeGareea acni..
Price of adm s*ion lo tb* Hall &['? \ „, Ts -
The friend* of the AaaoeSue., atu"?/. 8 ' .
generally arereapect'ully invited , V ''-
______*_ __3««rv Rttit'.. **
tfSlßaßit, oomrosed of the f.-at Ma* ~, T> '
7_?*>country, e.iti.er aeon Br>ua or ".i" *»•
■trumen'a, reanectfully rusk ..f the n',\ *** '«
country or taottiea. sdae »har« of ___!?' n '*•
they devote ti.e—aeivea toG,eir prof**.. ■***• A*
tag daily the l*test -.nd aoet ap»Tov*d ._***•*
tioae. they are eotifldent of mV,lV™ __»»»*■
either ou p*r*d» or in the halWia *»T_?"*?'
their charge* exceed tiooo of any _*- , _ w . » ; »
_c*___s__i a? 31 * biS^s^.
4_______£]§K? 555-rJr_ *B
neat atyle for nutht traval, w.ij ,„ ' _f*_J"» *
tothealx.va place* on ftXL'KDAV ■viv'i! 1 *
next.Jd m**.,(,_d regularly KVkbv'l.~iil'
DaY fcvWfN^reafter.during*„ «_„ *
season,) leaving tli* whirf a' «„.■«,... ~ 7 : ."■*
P. •—, arrive at OLD POIRJT «„„,„'„. f "*«
thenoc to PORTSMOUTH and HUB. Fnf v** I*j1 *j
return the neat evening. (bUJIf) *, y >?» r, v"*
fmk at 6 o'oloob. touch »t Portsaio—k , •*""
Point, and arrive at Richmond a'ut.u* l„• i U ' (l
M , Monday morning. " »w**e— a.
Pa«.»*.:*» for the trip, to Oil font ~ a ...
I meals included,!** 50 To Por-S-oth aV»r_*
lolk. $*• 00. Pbruiht an u«nal. '*
J***-" R o. RABEjaj,
WANT-D-I V MV.I) I A I XI, , . i-,. IW . „
W V K.MALE WJ'AVAN'>, BBewl___2_!
well recommended ;u a go«.u COOK Wlu'i*
r.nd IRONER.i.nrf the other with like.__._r*
.a HOUSE SEKVANT. Ncne need
out sulnr-ient testimonial* as to ehwreatei»
•lualiiioatmn*. A| plicant* cv, Mil at Mr R a
_ aeeja'a ottiee. jam ha i» t ii i ]■• i r
job— lt* ' •"
It T X li— A*i tuation ~t:n Hot) I- X hVIII *",
L.l-.KK, in ante reautU* memo* at* *_*._
g man of sseewd years e«,peri^nci ir„i
. pro*ptcltt-e engagement. Abl.. m
2-** WARWICK .V BAHSDALS.
*»T_l>-An ENGINEER,toria aits__
y Eunne-a man ili.it iirit, = r»i»!i_ »«ann 4
mo in M'"d i.rder. :\..ue uit i., iicm
nquire at RICBMONO PLANING bILL
comer Main and Ttn •:* ~ - '.'.' •
V*i^** l AtViTl>-"ATl r rT*jr,. f Tal ICI _aJ- '
»» either white or co i-red Asah il
BtIOCFOXD ft CO.'S
j jes-3t Oaj*„o*_.
117AMY__u-a GIRL, either wmte or co',. *~
»» to nur*i» a child aboul o o ..'ar i.lif '»«.,'
at the store of C. P WORD A If*-.
jes--St Ceraer Mih aaat Mas*—■
WANT-D-A FI.RCHASI.H, for aRKrVI.
GROC.-RY **T"bE, s.tuivu ma r«at*ea
part of the oity. Address "J.," at_i_ •_•*,
COOK and WASH lor a small firmly; *.th»r
white or colored. jet^.it
VfTANTI*. D — Thiee o7 fo :r "go.nl HOUSE
i»» PAINTERS', by JAS. VIIGHT,
jet—it* On lOtii. bet M »in •.nil vary at*.
\i(/A-TAW-BOA>bERA 1 base two** taM*
*» yaoant ROOMS, lat and Sd ftnor. aaita—at—
families. Can alxo nronai—ndala aevert, stag)*
gentlemen. App!> to
>!a*. JfORER, Beanaba H. m*.
_ jee-.lt* Bro-id .t ,M tl-.H»r tioin »th
UT ANT**.■>.-A ceut'.ctntn. who uni!*r«i» B .u
ROOR-KKEPlSO,%H_e*teg*t i ne ..r iw..
si'tn of HOOK." to write op. aetwess ttni i-i.| t&i>
Ist of July. Address "J. P.," crtie uf Reave 1
t ie... rilieimer. _ jet-Jt*
lI'ANTAO-NrRSEr-l wtsbta _wai aa
»v pertenced COLORED Nt KSR. a bm_r>
I agad wtiman prefeired. L.S. JOYN£S,M. U .
IVANTED-FOUR MEN. to CUT WHKAT.
♦V Apply to BU-LAYbCo!,
JeJ-6t 72 Mam .tract.
W" ANTAIJ-BOARD-By a •_***•*_■ )nuat
lady, in a private family, wbar* she .■....; **
cure the comforts ol a home, x.-.v refeiencc*
Kiven and required. Addreaa " X.' at th.t ■1. -.
\ATii»ii El*-A COOK, who caiTaiiVWASil soil
»» IRON. For oue who oin eeat* »"li raoum
mended, a I;t*er_l pn-je will i.t» paid .wtt.'.ept*
ferred.) Apply to MAAOUX i C<>,
je 2 -3t Cary st , .111...0* b* i» Urn
UT A Xlt O" -v77a r . r X -"Tae~."a_s"k«t7f
Cotton and Wool .Ma—*£»aturiot O.io»i,r>
■En want ef abont twenty **—»d WHAVtRi.
'ncti, permanent euipi<>\nient will 1* give*..*!
w.-:es. to Mr.W7l_aniiaatB■
tei.dent, nt the Factory
my.'l-lw VV.M H. COWERS. Alter.:
*faj_H_*- > __DAMABK ■(_■ LKAVKS.
VV ,„, s»_i w. L. WaRING,N*. w Br..*d n.
Vv ; A Vt."o-~. v.ViKl'i ATKLY-Thre* or f.mr
V* UUARRYMKN. A 1«... in alont eigntnrt**
daya. two STO NEC I*TT ERS. to whom eunsiui
tjmpio.iuent will ha durinj tlie „l_t-*t.|
theauuuuer. Apply liuiuediaiei. to
Char i.otte«vii-le, Albemarle c.iunty, Vs.,
my 30— tw
W~ ISfbJJ-SFfRVANT.-A w..m-in"to owt
and WASH for a aniall family. Go— reaora
■nsndntions required, and good wstea giraa. a>
pivto plrgeli.. Laud a co
r__ N T_s>.-*W* wtsb tpjmrehaa* tL irtj b Ml
VV toniof CAST SCRAP IRON
LOWNEB A COOK Sth at.. neur "*Ui*
N. B.- We toaniifacture P.iiin am* r**B*f Hi U
ING, and do ail kiudauf Plain and Kancy CASI
ING. in> J» *•>
WANT ED-A few *«h>.l HIKERI sata—•>
VV rate OARP_MT__,attl— Cat bo* Rili ai-tiw.
my ta- ia JORN J *Al-,Klli
Ui ANt'kd- Every aantlemaa whn l_aCUrTß*
ING TO BCOL-, to call aiiu *ea tbe «***«■
fulwork at KLNG'S.on loth -atreet Tsar* ■■
that Oid f lot hi nt are made to look lik* **•• at
to KING'S and try him. IBJ ' >«•_
WANTED- Every body to" aaew.t.ist i ha**
c.uin'ence.l the bmeufaetßr* of TRi.**—
CARPET-BA'.S, aud VALICES at N»-»*. >■*.«
atreet, Richmond, where they cm hno a h**aUlß
aaaortment of Trunks. Valicea, vnd Ctrt?; »*<*•
of every *tyle, at prices a* low as trn>» car. B
oouahtin the Northern oitiee. b..tii at wfl "***"
and rciau. Truulta reptired and Cover* »—»'•>
order, at the f*bee_st notice. , ..„,,»-.«
de--diu JAMES KM).T»
DISSOLt TIO\ OF « 0-PART**tK»Hir
Tne firm of THOMAS, 111' ■HK- k< . ~
WELL is thi* dny .i_torvedVW. A "■_■*
and JOHN W. HALL withdraw!*.* ' *'*'".'
The tiusiness will he eln**d t.y ihe i» r
ner«, who will us* ilif iiamo <>f ta* uußiisr* a* '
tmuidttiou. Th- ''u*ines* wiU I***»*B, , *s*i*e_*!.'ff
MM>e plane l>y Meesra. lil'.Hb.S, c_htfar_*
k CO., wlioae card app*>tr* beiow. ....
WM A ''HoV\° .
STEPHEN H HTfJ,**
WM V. CALDwT_i*
JOHN W. HALL.
Richmond,—st May, i>. '-
The •um.-r.ivr* hHvm* BareJi is'ji Is* l . n , t, , r **''
ol WM. A. THOMAS and JOHN W. HAL.L. »
tiie concern of TIfOMAS, 111 •jllt-l * *-*-'
W ELL, will continue the
NOTIONS ANl> FANCY GWDB _—
JOBBING HI intJ".
at th* old stand, under the »t> la aiid lira. >l
HIGHES, C ALP WELL * Co..
Paolicit tb* tavor of tne.r frieeds •»;>•" *#•"■
iraiiy. BjaJPHbN v"' ' ,v , '
T * W\l M. CAJ '-''•U' I"*'1 "*'
.'.AMI.." M IttSTRS v ,
Rirhnionil. June l,j2*i*. _ * ~
i * aK.-k*»■»•* writ's
I 4 fital. BUTTER SI a.i tn.e*• *»*. •«>*
»rran^e.ieni S wul. tkel**« «*•"'" '".', t Rette
Penna, Ivan.» aad tne *J*R*^J r V_'i_ f w„ *»**
»ure.< th»t t c»tt Kino* i Ul i 1 XX ie_fl*i ••
and at a t-'.ir puce. -—•»*»** DRlf-
I .d*o receive Ur«etj*ianti'u* « „,.'*;_,.<»*>
PEACHES and APPl*be.ac. i»' **'•»»
and ratai:. .... ••ran BPITSI
S7 tuha atrictly t botee h H KB » ■*- ' '~.„,,,., aj
300 Vtrainia-cured, io*id J t-'iu ' •«*'■
gar cured HA MS «._. Draaulatad *••
Cru.l.ed. Patent Cut. Octto*. oranu.ai«<*
Puiverued hi iAK. .h-, .'OKPEK.
Kio, l.a<li*>r», Java **.<.' M.K.U.. W" 6
i Family and i_.tr* 1-LOIR- ..,..„
Gr*eu and BUt-k TEAS. ».»r •*'• " R TM) y.
J S- no»f- ***»
Neat io corner Govermr •*" li , r '*".«-s
i Pa-Re— tve* »utl*r r**.*!*!'' ibic** 1 * 1
: unxoi-R •* •"*«s
J> of hi*l*aaon*.-.aimeu-in<* '"•"V,;, •
KVK.MM., UMhißg the *'t fff us#
GENTUNG HOKstS. R* '^c.
aahor** from kickm<. and *>o* 1 *?.,,,,.«
nT.tae bu.l aa true a* sat , __Xaß>
itiree day*' tun*. H* teeebe* In»- «»'"**,',.,u*
h* down, enh—it tb*
•u> auuieal operati.- *.•*■ t»» ,•*•' *^''",« t>-.* •
tb_ v.-*> l»* ueoeasary. Ha ffe-Irtiref •*_"
t.reak a bora* from paßin** at tb*'haw
He teathe* bow to Mate • hot aestaal to*
in twenty -mute*' ttsto. Ma '■ r^t^,Zo*t** i t
word "so r *o th-i h* will af*»a.«bse*eaj r^ y ,
wii.nhei* b*-ty lright*n*d. B*
brwarh-a. lrom t-*ar'.;i ata*' »^ l ; b_
_lo robe, iv oa* ho*' » ll «*** '** l " ,« ik*« »*•
»enio.__ without friahuuiua sua »P^ , ri _'
?aUote„Ueohowio -sak]..>'••*• ;
other trick*. i.k> t*dioußtoia*ntK*a- B« gw
a> th* Ricnaono Tbotiib* Fabb. *••' *—
y_S_a__M willoaUo. -a,
IN JreeTived ueul» o'eleek M. ea Jke
Jane. —aa. for tbeereetMW of an *'r,, t u*** >
L_S-»ta b*t«*ea Mart aaJ tjj«
eoa%iedb« th*cit» to\K a^» B *S*t*
It ia desired that the ta* »*•
nary bnek and Mnecved tro*t. AU». R
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