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going to the irnt.rine places can have the DA 11. »
DISPATCH mailed to them for any length of
time, blieavingtkcr order* at the counting room,
and paying m advance /Of th, time named.
HI. In""".! Rnilway < ompany.
We trust that we shall soon have the plea-
Mia Of ejasyaasTsshsf that thesiock in thiscom
pai.y isall wse". We had supposed ibat a»
BOM ac the book* were opened, much more
than was neceasary would have at once been
lahatillhai Certainly no improvement can
be more necr>ssaiy to the interest* ol thecity
Senerally, and to every man, woman and
child in i*. than the proposed atreet railroads
Ii is difficult te decide what portion of the
OOSBSaanltJ -a-amld be most benefited the
merchant, '.he artizan. or the property holder j
the dweller in us thickly built portions, or
the resident of the suburbs. That it will jay
well ss.an investment, the re can be liltledoub i
for.wherever street railroads have been intro
duced they have pud handsome, and, in many
cases, v <ry lar** dividends --", 10, M and oo'
per ecu(. But no matter bow large the divi
dends, a much greater advantage will arise To
the community from the increased facilities
for communication which will give Impulse
to all business, fresh air U> the resident on
crowded streets; larger and more healthy
suburban homes to laboring men; greaier in spr*
course between Use different portions of our
city, and la a thousand ways promote the pub
lic health, business and comfort. To the la
dies these roads are invaluable and are most
freely used wherever they etist.
We learn that the company will not com
mence their work until the subscription list is
Ok sed. but tbat they nave bee: and are so pre
paring themselves, that the m <men» the list is
closed ihev will push oa the work with great
—eigjand rupidtty. If It h closed within
the ensuing week,they hope and expect that
they can build their road and set their cars in
motion by Christmas, but if delayed longer,
tbey will" bo unable to have the carsmmoti. n
before the epr.Bg. It is, therefore, very im
portant that the list should beat once closed,
a, d that all those who intend subscribing, but
are delaying it. should come iv at once and
take the stock, aud let us have the road at the
earliest moment. It is the purpose of the
company to make the paymeuts epon the
stock kasach small and easy requisitions, thai
e\en iv these hard times no one will tcel them.
Krstaurant Kailvvny Cars.
We observe that the introduction la Penn
sylvania ot cars attached to certain trains
having the appliances of a restaurant, Ie not
likely to become general iv thai quarter with
out some opposition. It is admitted that the
stations at v. inch meals or refreshments are
-erved, are generally very unsatisfactory in
their arrangements to huugry aud thirsty
travelers. They do not permit these n a for
tunate penoas to stop at a comfortable Inn,
us with us la Virginia, and allow a reasona
ble time lor refreshment. On thecontiary,
the unhappy public are landed in front of a
hind of counter, upon which is piled a pro
miscuous assortment Of all kinds of indiges
tible trash, which they are expected to bo!:, in
ten or flfleen minutes, at the peril of their
lives. What tetween the hot decoction sup
plied at these places, and Ironically called
coffee, the tough meat, and the nervous appre
hension ol being left, it is little less than a mi
racle that most of these restaurant stations are
not lined every day with the corpses of travel
ers choked and strangled to death in the spas
modic effort to bolt -heir food at looomotive
speed. In many cases the railroad manage
ments are responsible for all this.for they deter
mine the points of thestatious, and in some in
stances own the hotel properties connected
with them. Of course, all ihe parties in
terested in these stations are opposed to
the new improvement, and give some ex
cellent reasons why it ought not to be
introduced. Une of them i«. the tempta
tion held ont to weak aud thirsty souls,
1j resort constantly to the locomotive bar,
aud thus becomes nuisauce to their orderly
fellow-passengers. And. pray, what would
be easier than not to permit liquors to be sold
at the bar J Even under present arrange
ments, tbe we".k brethren can imbibe at ihe
railroad stations, ,r provide themselves with
Bbottle,ae they often do. Hut there are al
viay_ some terrific objections, like this, when
ever the public convemepce comes In colli
sion with private interests.
We have no further concern in this matter
than as members of the great traveling pub
lic, and having some experience of the discom
fort* which travelers north of Maryland suf
fer at what are called eating stations. Hut it
is a fact, which no one can deny, that the pub
lic interests or convenience are not the upper
most considerations in wl:a; are called public
institutions. Even in the selection ol rail
road routes and the construction of railroads,
the Public is about the last idea that troubles
the brains of the projectors. Even in railroads
biiilt by public money, expensive, inconve
nient and dangerous routes are sometimes se
lected, purely ai,d simply to subserve local
ana personal" interests. Ot course, it is idle to
suppose that in such small matters as the
comfort and convenience of railroad paeeeo
gers. any consideration should have influence
except the railroad interests.
« ornmerceoi the Northwest.
We Lave recently published some facts,
showing the large number ot vessels now em
ployed by the lake towns ot the Northwest in
the foreign and Atlantic coasting trade, in ad
dition to tbe large number or gaged in lake
navigation. Mr. N. P. Willis, who has late
ly visited that part of the country, notices the
clearing of three yes.els in one day from Chi.
Ctgo for Boston, ail loaded will. _m, amount,
ing in the aggregate to forty-nine thousand
six hundred and eigh-.een bushels. "So here
we have," says Mr. Willis, "an inland town'
a thouf ai.d miles from the et-a, aud one which'
thirty year* ago, was only an Indian trading
port ; and yet, by its availing itself of a chain
of lakes and rivers, connecting it with the At.
Lan tic. it ha. become a seaport."
The growth ol Western trade and commerce
ir .omeit-ing wonderlul. Before the year l-i>o,
the whole carrying trade between Cincinnati
and Pittsburg was performed by someeight or
ten keel-boate, of twenty or twenty-live tons
each. The first government vessel appeared
on Lake Krie in 16*8, The first steamboat
launched at Pittsburg was the Orleans, in 1811.
All the vessels engaged in commercial trans
portation between New Orleans and the coun
try on the Ohio river, up to Louisville and
Cincinnati, previous to 1-17, numbnml twenty.
They were barges, averaging one hundred tons
burthen, and each of »iem made one trip,
down and back, between Louisville and Ciu
nati and New Uileans, each year. From the
first named point* to Pittsburg, about one huu
ared ai d fifty keel-buata were employed about
the same time. They were each of about thir
ty tana,aad occupied Irom six to seven weeks
in mak'ng the voyage both ways. The first
Btaaaahoat built on Lake Erie was in 1810, She
wan turned the Walk-in-the-Water. Tbesame
boat made trips ou Lake Huron in IH9. In
I9M, the first steamboat made its appearance
on Lake Michigan. In WML, a steamboat lira 1
■ypeasad at Chicago. In 1*3., nearly the en
tire trade ol Lake* Erie, Huron and Michigan,
was carried on by eleven small steamboats.—
Such were the small beginnings of the pre
sent great commerce or that section, which,
vast a* it now is, will, m ail probability, ap
pear _mall to men of the next generation
when compared with the result* of the pro
gress of the next thirty years.
Speed the farting (jurat
Some of the New York papers are abusing
the Great Eastern as a "gigantic humbug." i t
appear* that her steward contracted a small
dfoiof a thoussttd dollars in that city, which
he •...,. d away from with ion thousand horse
power. Tv« aame journals are not done yet
growlu-K oyer the coat they were put to by
their Japaue*e vuiuira Nothing can exceed
the enthusiasm of N, w York lg welcoming
her -visitors *»xc«pt tv« energy of the kick
with which *>he di-mis*e* tbaia. Lat the Prince
vi Wales f*hk ont I
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The Military Encampment.
By the proceedings of officers, lately pub
lished in the Dispatch, our readers will see
that systematic arrangements have been assess.
for the grandest military encsmpment ever
held in Virginia. The grounds of the Central
Agricultural Society, which have been offered
for the purpose, embrace an area of testsffr
than sixty acres, and are admirably adauted
to field exercise. The season, the early part
ot November, is one of the most delightlul
and healthy-of the whole year. Il will M a
magnificent spectacle, aud ihe display of cay.
airy will besome.hingextraordlnary. If there
is any place outside hi« own house where a
Virginian Is as much at home as he i- under
lm own roof, It is on horseback. We suggest
to ihose extraordinary equestrians of ihe New
York Oeatial Park, some of whom are said to
bf-quite equal to Mr. W'inklb, and to produce
a general horse among their own ani
mals, by their wonderful performances, to
come on to Richmond next November, and
take a few lessons from Virginia, winch has
the finest horses in the world, and men who
rule as naturally and easily as they walk.
We rejoice that the reviyal of tbe volunteer
spirit of the State has .shown no abatement.
It was predicted that it wouldpro\ea flush in
ihe pan , but the military movement lure has
originated from a cause which is too grave
and vital to permit it to flag or die out. It is
no mere matter of amusement or parade. It
means business . it looks to ihe defence of the
State agaiast open and secret foes ; and a well
organized and efficient militia is the only de
fence upon which a free State can rely. Iv
England that truth is fully apprycialed,
the volunteer bodies are composed of the most
substantial men of the Kingdom, and the rifle
practice is being systematically introduced
itito every county, so (hit there is a possibil
ity that England may one day become as fa
mous tor its riflemen ac it formerly was for
iis archers. The protestations of the Empe
ror of the French—hone,t and sincere, we
think -'hat he has none but friendly feelings
towards ilreat Jlritain, doe . not diminish the
value of volunteer companies, nor throw a
damper on the rifle practice. England Icohs
to herself for security, and every lree State
must do the same, or it will invite the aggres
sion and rapacity of other communities.
We wish all success, therefore, to the pro
pped military encampment. We hope it will
tie one step iv advance, and that all engaged
in it will regard it not us a consummati in,
but as the beginning of a march which shall
never halt till the whole military power of
Virginia is put in the highest possible state of
elticiency and discipline. With a well disci
plined militia, aud approved modern weapons
in their hands the State will always be pre
pared to maintain her independence, defend
herself from invasion, and uphold law and
order iv every part of her territory.
Decline of Muscle.
A New York journal states that, the politi
cians of tha'city did not avail themselves of
the fine opportunity which was presented at
the late festival of the musclemen to select
their invoices of shoulder-hi'ting influence
for the ensuing campaign. The Daigetty's
v.ere on hand, ready to be sold, but there was
iv ore to buy them. Our contemporary as
serts that muscle won't bring a cent perpouud
at this time iv the New York market.
This is a dreadful state of things for "the
governing classes," aud will throw many of
these honest people out of employment. I'hey
have heretofore earned a comfortable subsist
ence by watching over ami protecting the pu
rity of the ballot box, but there is no further
occasion for their services. The reason is said
to be, the absence of party excitement, there
being a great calm in (he political pond.
The Whereabout* of Walker.
Choosing the dog-days for a foray infe Cen
tral America, proves, at all events, that
Walker cau stand fire. He aud his followers
mv. i belong to the genus lizard, species sala
mander. People who choose such a time of
year for to such a climate, prove that
they must be made for the couutry, and, of
course, the country for them. In this weather,
too, the sun will enable them to cook all that
Wheat Crop in the West,
The Chicago papers state that the seven
Northwestern States have produced a hundred
and eighteen millions of bushels of wheat, and
thai the surplus that can be spared from Illi
nois, Indiana, Wisconsin, lowa and Minne
sota, after keeping abundance for bread aid
seed, will be equal to half of their whole crop.
Gen. W_lker.—The following dispatch
from New Orleans, to the Charleston Mer
cury, gives a fuller account of the proceed
ings of Walker iv Central America tha.n that
published yesterday :
The arrival cf the bark Araminta, which
sailed from Ruatauon the . th, brings us highly
interesting accounts of the dolose of the tilli
busters in Central America. The squads of
men who had been arriving for weeks in fruit
resents from New Orleans, had linally sailed
from Raman, under ihe fla£ of Cabannas, the
Ex.Pree.deal of Honduras. General Walker
directed his first attack against the city of
Truxillo, in Honduras. This he captured
with but trifling loss. At the last accounts,
however, the British flag was seen floating
from the port of Truxillo. It is understood
here, among the friends of Walker, that he
will pass through Honduras and take posses
sion of the northern portion of Nicaragua —
His followers were, at the last advices, in high
spirits, aad confident of the success of their
scheme. The Araminta brings Capt. John
McCormick and the crew of the American
schooner Clifton, which wan seized by the
Entit-h authorities at Heli/.e on the ground
olhereaigo consisting of contraband muni
tions of war. The most intense excitement
prevailed among the people of Ruatan against
the domination of Hondnia?, and the people
were arming on all sides to resist the pro
L'hi'RCH Burned by Liohthuio.—A letter
from Kinston, N. C, gives the following par
ticulars about tbe burning of the Methodist
Church in that place, by lightning, on Satur
day night last:
The steeple of the Methodist church of our
town war struck hy lightning, on Saturday
night, the fluid running down to a can con
taining four gallons of lamp oil, which it is
supposed gave rise to the instantaneous blaze
of fire. The Hible and a few things abjut the
pulpit were saved ; the building, with all its
anpurtenances, were consumed into ashes.—
The loss is not less thai. SUIXM) or i*l,(KiO. The
church was built a few months ago.
Akkrayb —All affray, originating in poli
tics, took place in Montgomery, Ala., Tues
day, between Benj. <L Yancey, aoa of Hon.
Win. L. Yancey, and J. J. Seibels, Esq., ediror
of the "Confederation," a Douglas paper. The
latter was struck with a tune, and a tight en
sued, iv which neither party was damaged.—
In _»lorgan, Ga., on the 17th inst., James B.
Lowe, former sheriff of Calhoun county, was
killed by Nefdhara Arnold. The parties liaa
finished one fight, and were in a physician's
office having their wounds dressed, when Ar
nold seized a knife and plunged it into the
bosom of his antagonist, wha had just asked
him if he was much hurt.
Trifliug with Fibb-Arms —Henry Vandeu
Berg was shot and killed at Kllav ille, Ga , on
the 7th inst., by Dr. Riving. Young Vanden
lierg was on a visit to Dr. Bivius, and the doc
tor was examining an old pistol when it acci
dentally went cfl". and the contents look effect
iv the abdomen of ihe youth, causing his death
the next day.
Sbvbbb Frost—The Chicago (III) Times
says We learn that the northern portions of
this county were visited by a severe frost on
Monday night last, and that considerable
damage wasdone to growing vegetables. In
Wheeling, 111., the in st was so heavy in the
morning that handfuls could be easily gathered
from any smooth surface.
Hbroio Boy.—A few days since, Taylor Fin
ley, a youth, about fifteen years old, while at
tempting to save the life of a negro boy who
was drowning In the Big Creek, near Helena,
Ark, became exhausted and was drowned!
Tbe negro, who belonged to young Finley's
father, was also drowned.
Ci-oeiau of Nxw Gu a.n a in a.n Forth—The
government of New Grauada has decreed the
closing of the ports of Carthagena, Savanilla
and Zapote, on account of internal disturb
ance*. The decree was to have gone into ef
fect on the 3d inst.
PopcLATioa in Citibb im Ohio.—The pop
ulation of Dayton ia tittle over *2O,o<M>', of Co
liimbua, a little over l..000; of Newark, 4,075;
?LJ**o WQ '**' ,7a » ant * of Cincinnati, about
AHxnv*B Lord Overttetie «re a dinner
toe regiment •MMfatam, »«. Windsor, Kng.
lar-d »y»d fsr«t.t.»d tush meaar* far* thlj
ai.ry...kii|a«.(..-.,a l a. TCF& •cV« *«..
Correapondenee of the Richmoßd Diapstch.
The Springs Season— Unprecedented Crowds—
The Covington and Ohio Railroad to he com
peted to the White Sulphur in J*tnc,'(M—Val
uable Property tr be Sold—Rumored Sale of
df»liseed IFaieHaf Flaxes — Chances far Spots
„ .-,.<:,•.— Great Benefits of tht Covington and
SWBBT OIIALVIIRATB SI'BINOS, )
Alleghany Co., Aug. It' \
This Is the xeniiti of the Spriiißs' season.—
The While r4nlphur and the tero .Sweets have
been lull to oveiflowing for two weeks, and
the multitude of health ami pleasure seekers
i» still increaainir. The bamber Hoahiac to
the mountains ol Virginia i- greater this year
llian any one previous. The White Sulphur,
Ihe centre ol al Inn Hon. has been managed
with unprecedented . ilicieney and liberality
Hits season. The satisfaction of visitors has
been general. Indeed, when we consider the
crowded condition ot watering place-, in thia
section, and when we consider the brief time
Ihe crowd rem.iins, and the trouble and ex
pense of preparing accommodations for so
mar. v for so short a period, It is surprising
that there is so little ground of complaint.-
When the railroad reaches the White Sulphur
this multitude ot visitors will be vastly mul
tiplied, and then there will, ol necessity, be a
great revolution 111 Ihe manner of providing
for and euterutining them. The prospect
of this new state of things two summers
hence suggests speculative ideas, and there
will no doubt be fortunes made la this part of
the world by the coming the* "' '»*• ,lew ■•*"
yens and the new earth of the mountains.
Some valuable property is now in market.—
Dry Oreek Hotel, with sixtv-flve acres of land
near the White Sulphur, is to be sold next
Saturday. This offers a chance for specula
tion. . . .
Ii is rumored that a company is about to
purchase the Hot Springs, which are sold to
settle up the estate ot the late Dr. dm (le. It
is to t*> hoped that these famous thermal wa
ters will pass into hands that will improve
them and manage them efuciently and suc
cessfully. _ . ,
1 learn from gcod authority that a few capi
talists, fully appreciating the gre-O. virtues of
the Sweet Chalybeate Springs, and the pro
ductiveness of ilie lo\ely valley and the inten
sive estate of some'2,(nni acres of land attached
to them, are making overtmes to purchase
them, which will probably prove successful.—
If so, it is contemplated to make extensive
improvements, and especially to inerei.se the
already large bathing accommodations. Mr.
Bias has had a larger company this year than
ever before, and took an earlier start in the
aeuaon than any of Ins contemporaries. His
pamphlet con tains some oertiflca.ee of re
markable cures, -which prove the extraordi
nary virtues of the Sweet Chalybeate Springs.
1 am assured on good authority that the
Covington and Ohio Railroad will be com
pleted to the White Sulphur by June, 1-iiJ.—
The contractors are working diligently wDb
this view What a scene ol animation, activ
ity, and enterprise, will there be hereabouts
when that event happens! The advantages
to the locality will he immense; but I r< gard
with more interest Its effects wiih reference to
the welfare of the Stateof Virginia. A new
energy- and a new hope will be inspired me
rreatimprovementol the Covington and Ohio
Railroad will be prosecuted with
energy, and its completion hastened. That
finished, B world of wealth hitherto buried 111
ihe earth will be developed, and the sources
of revenue and general commerce of _ \ irgisia
be multiplied beyond tbe most sanguine calcu
lations. God speed the great work. 15.
T .NfARV aso May -A melancholy case of
domestic infidelity has transpired In Hrook-
Ivii NY. A family man, ill. years of age, has
eloped with his adopted daughter, aged -,
leaving a wife,and taking S9OO in money, the
proceeds of a furniture sale, to which tne de
ceived "relict " was induced to c nseut.
I .nd in Texas—A correspondent of the
Houston (Texas) Telegraph, writing from
Grimes couutv, says the best farming uplands
111 that section of u.e State are worth f2U per
acre, with the value of the improvements.—
Several improved tract, are rated as high as
§40 or too per acre, and sales have been made
as high as S.Q.
Ill—A gentleman who came passenger from
Havana in the Quaker City, reports that
when he left. Fowler, the defaulting Postmas
ter of New York, was down wi'.h the yellow
Brionoli.— Oa being invited to sing for the
Garibaldi benefit, "the handsome tenor" re
fused, on the ground that he "could not com
promise his family in Naples'."— -Musical Times.
So far from failing to have money enough to
carry them through, it is said the Chicago
Zouaves returned home with SL.OWI —the pro
fits 'if their several exhibition drills.
Bishop O'Connor, of the Roman Catholic
Church, Bishop of Pi*t«burg, has resigned the
charge of that diocese, on account of ill,
Professor Ehreuberg, of Berlin, ha? been
chosen the successor ot Alexander Yon Hum
boldt as member of the French Academy of
A. R. Ross, the engineer who superintended
the erection of the Victoria Bridge, Canada,
has become insane, and is now the inmate of
an insane asylum.
The official census returns of Alexandria,
Va , show a population of 8,-8,1 whites, 1,24 a
free negroes, ana I,o26slaves.
Rogers, the sculptor, i* in Munich, superin
tending the bronze doors for the Capitol at
Hon. Edward Bates, of Missouri, is at Niag
ara Falls. _
tt_v Important to thk I'iblic— The Seu-ivg
Maeiiin' (':mtroversy Ended.—'iot recent deei*
ion of Chief Justice Dun up, in the Circuit Court
of the Lined j.t>tes—lroni which there is noap
peal —awardine to las. G Wilson, assignee of
Aikens & Feitliousen, a re-issue of their patent of
Au*. 6. Is." 1. with all of its foniteen r>rijinal
claims denied wrongfully by the Patent otTice, but
now ordered by the appellant jmUe upon the ap
peal of said James G Wilson, seems to us !<> de
cide this '>ew,ii. Machine controversy, and effect
ual.* to overthrow the efforts of a combine mo
nopoly to extort from the public an exhort.uatit
and iinju -t price, for an article which, to liec.ome the
great be.sing it is intended, ~h"uid be introduced
into wide-prea and net erp.l u-e.
In a tew words, this re- issued p itent cover*, and
fu'lv and c early secure.V> lames G. Wils-.n. [ami
let it be di*twctly understood that this Wilson is,
by nu mean*, the '■ Wilson" conn eted with, at
tached to, or the creature, of the " Wheeler '- Wil
son Manufacturing Company,t these points: l.t.
.. reciprocating needle ; a tab c ; a rotitin* wheel
feed orits equivalent; afonr-motion feed, and a
gprnii; I'r.'user foot in combination. Or, 2d. A ta
ble and a rotating whee , or four-n.oiion feed in
combination. Or, 3d A r tating wheel feed, or
four-motion feed, and a spnni.-pre_.jer foot in
combinat.on." And iheae Lei tin the vital parts of
the mechanism in all first c'a_s Sewing Machines,
it will readi v be seen that ail manufacturers un
licensed by Mr. James 6 Wilson are infringers
of the p aiasst and most decided characters —
Among tno_e thus mftnu:aotii r ed-that is, wittiout
lioense from Mr. James G. Wilson -may be men
tioned 'lie Wheeler ft Wilson Man.-lacturm.
Company, the Grover k Uaker Company, I. m.
Sinter k Co.. and others; and we .re Kind to
learn that vigorous measures will at once be taken
to put a stop to all illegal manufacture and vend
ing, and even those u-inu, the machines manufac
tured by these houses will be forced to make resti
tution and remunerate the original inventors,
who have been pund*red, indeed, by overbearing
wealth and id-gotten influence
The only parties li.er._eu under tins patent are
the Stoat Hewing Mac.ire Company, of Philadel
phia; and while their celebrated iii'ichineg are al
ready pronounced the Lest in the market, they are
the on !/ones nt liable for infringement nf thia
patent, to t>e seized when, ver found. Conee
nuentlv, it behooves puroiiaeer* t ■ look closely for
license of James G. Wi son. and beware of those
who have n • hesitation in calling others by Urn
hard names the> so ju«th deserve—a* ' airates "
upon the righta of t.re afore-mentioned Wil.on.
tJLFHiiTi-Ga phy in RiciiMii.yp. — Very few
(comparatively speaking,) are aware Io what por
iec'ion this beautilul and useful art h .8 air.ved —
Air. EwiMi. editor of the Norfolk Eramui- r. tnns
speaks ol the Photograph and Fine Art (jailery ol
our townsman. G. W. HlMwT**, 217 Main street .
" Splendid Gallery—A visit to the Gallery of
Fine Arts ol Mr. G. W. MIBBIS. 2)7 M-in street,
is faii-ht with extraordinary interest, to nil who
have a taste lor the beautiful in art as well as na
lure. An immense l'lioto_r yph and Ambrotyp*
liou-ie had long been a desid latnni-o the people
of Richmond, and itWSS reserved lor Mr. Minnis,
formerly of Petersburg, to estab.ish one on a mag
nificent scale. Asinglevisit to this Gallery, at
which can be seen the far similes of the d stin
guished men of the country, and the most lovely
specimens of female beauty, is well calculated to
expand a man's ideas very considerably Ard
there are no idlers in Mr. Mlßßts' establishment.
Three i.arsons are constantly employed in the I'ho
togiaphio department one in oil colors, one in wa
ter and pastil*, an-' one in India ink- six in all- To
these art late Mr. Mi *.:*'« pa* a about an oon a year.
Now, tins IB business- this is enterprise emphati
cally . and entirely worthy of the immense pat'im
age bestowed upon the proprietor." Lit
B-35-a GEN. HENRY S. FOOTE will
sJK-nli address the Douglas Democrao- <>f Rich
mond, at the African Church, THIS RVENING.
at H o'clock. He arrived in town yesterday, and
there will lie no disappointment.
au'23-lt WM. R. STURDIVANT.
»-3_=> DEMOCRATIC DIM USSION.
--•05» O. JENNINGS WISE. Esq.. st the re
quest of the Association of the Demoormc party,
will meet Hon. H S. FOOTE in discussion at the
AFRI'AN CHURCH TO NIGHT, if agreeable to
him and lna friends. By order. ,
au23-lt* JAMES DOVE, Seo'y.
Rl< HMOfTd. FHILHAJIHONI€
Ps3S ASSOCIATION.*-The third regular re
hearsal of the Glee Club will be held at ihe Me
chanios' Institute on thiaiTHURSDAY) evening,
at BVelook. By order.
au23-lf HENRY HARNEY, Seo'y.
UNION PK AVER MEET IN G. - -
esV_S_a A Union Prayer Meeting of all denomi
nations will be held every AFTERNOON this
week, under the auapices of the Young Men'a
Christian Asaociation, in the Lecture room of the
1»T PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, (Rev. Dr.
Moore's,) from 6H to Mi o'clock. The oitizsns
generally are invited to attend, as well timnW
atrangera visiting the oity. au 20— m*
RICHMOND RAILWAY t OM
ssV-3-k PaN'j --lionks of NubacriDion tor the
"JTOCK of the RICHMOND RAILWAY CO.VI
PAN V not slraady aobsorllysd fur Will. THIS DAY
he oyaned *t thaolPi-of ins C«jmp»«iy, river the
Atkia reaidence. Ob
12(1 mat., Lieut. A. C. in the»th year ot
h 'H?«*r„h«r»'wib take plane from Rev. Or. Hoge'a
OhnSf, at five o'clock.
T .elrYe.lda and aceuaintancee of the family are
inv.tVd ."anend. It waa the jartiaajai-reeß^etof
the dneeeeed to have » «2«JTSSSu; flJlii*
exoention of an eaoort from the Public Guard.
At his reaidenoe. in Go«irdilandcos«y. Ob Pun
day nulit Bth mat., Mr. W *>. fAI.IHOH. in hi*
eulitif/at year-He passed away without any
pain hawng:Ken coiiliiiod to hie had lor the past
Fo," months, lie ...nv be ntmamtmtoiu the
-great" weather proaßot,whopra*eted ram al
way * on the urat Satuiday in August.
At Oakland, Greensville ooitnty.
Gen. I'd. P. Beett, on Sunday, the 19th mat.
AMANDA mlanl daushter ol.lae. '■«!:''"«
8.-ttie ... Robert, ol bmtthiela. laic or Wight
PORT 01? RICHMOND. AUGUST J3.
_ High Water this day \ Thursday, ■■> j'cloch.
Schr St. Cloud. Gwau.er. Smithfield. mdze., W.
H . I'iens .nig. _ ■ d;..«.
Schr Mary Adan-a. Sparrow, Jamea River,
W s-'hr' JHirfofcVaaml!!;, North Carolina, shin
'^ciir"'^ 1 Jamea River, lumber.
s'ch'r Man L. Johnson, Burrows, Norfolk, corn,
h sAi?.\*m"ria Taylor, Norfolk, lumber. Jamea
Tl.on.as, Port Walthall, coal.
Steam. A Co.
Birk l-'anny Crenshaw, Munaon, South America,
riour.HnxHll. Cienshaw * Co.
Schr. vVythe, Tuttle. New \ork, mdze , D. A
Ll'ußi 'wis'eehealT, Nelson, New York, mdze.,
D. kW. Currie. . M _. ~ . . . ~
Schr. Almera. Cunningham Norfo.k. mdze., v\ .
D. Colquitt * CO. _ ~ , ______
Schr Onativia, Jamerson, New _ork, mdze.,
W. D. Colquitt ACo , _ . . .__
Schr. S F. Abiiotf, Ludlam, Charleston, mdze.
W. I). Colquitt A Co .
Sclir.G. W Guce. Palmer. Baltimore, mdze,
W. D. Colquitt. A Co.
N.w York. Aik. 20. -Cleared, sihr Bfrren.
Peteraluir. : Haxail. »ichmo"(l. August «-ar
rived, Nclirs. Lvnclibur-. hicliuiond; W. *•-. i_e«-
R et.t. Marie Jane and War Whoop, iriiinin.
Bai.timokk. auk. 21-Arrived sehr. rmoßoyr,
Newbern. N C. Oi eared, schrs. Elite. Richm nd.
Mount Pleasant, Kredenckai'ure.
I'okt MOUTH, En*., Au* (j.-Passed ship Lou
isiana. Richmond, for Bremen. __,„___— H „r.k
(Hi vol t.Au.. 4.-Arrived, ship Henry Buck.
° Ans. «. Cleared, steamer Vir
e.iiia. Richmond, schr. <"t. Jane. <L>.
Albxabdbia, 21.-C.eared, schr. Mary
Ann Hetty, i'etersburg.
Hampton RuausAuh 22-AinveiL Inrk Snap
DragOß, Si days from Callao, for Baltimore.
#> KW M VSI C.
IT SEEMS BUTTHE OTHER DAY. By
J R. Thomas Price Jjc
ONLY WAITING By Kunkel. Price 40c
ONI V K°H IHKE. A reply to Ever of Thee.—
By Everest PriceJeO.
HARK, I Hh.AP AN ANGEL SING. By Shr'val
BONNIi"' ELOISE. By .1 R Thomas Price 25c
I'D CHOOSE 10 BE A DAISY. By F. Buckley.
COMjTwi-KN YOI" WILL. I'VE A WEI COME
MiRTHhK By W. Lanadon. Price 25j.
I LOVE THE YET. By C W. Glover. Price
VOIC* SOF TH V. WESTERN WIND. By J. R.
Thomas Price 2Sc
i WISH 1 WAS I.N DIXIE'S LAND. By W. L
IL.biig l'r cc 2o"
ANORY WORDS ARE LIGHTLY SPOKKN-
Bn ire.l Hu-kley. PncezSc.
I'M i'HINKIXj OK THEE, ELLIE. By. J. G.
M.i'der Pr-c 30c
AN(it-L OF LIFE By J. R.TI-omas. Prise*s)e.
SWEET EVENING STAR. By W. V. Wallace.
REMKMBEK AND FOR G FT. By W. V. We I
lace. Price 40c
HAVK I Ndl I.oVED THEE? By W. V. Wal
lace Price 4Uc
VOU'.F.S.LINGi-.aING VOICES. By W. V. Wal
lace. Price 4(lc
The above new and popular SONGS may be had
at the s ore of
an 2.5-It JAMES WOODHOI'SE k CO.
.*&_&£+. ( . **. MAIL STEAMSHIP R4».V
4_V&r%t - N(, K E, FOR N E W YO R X—The
•■ssssssWaVateaesOT ROANOKE. Capt. Gbo. W.
Coccii. will leave here atio'clock P.M., FRI
DAY, tie24'li inst.
Exeursioi tickets issued to go and return by eith
er of the sic .'iiers. meals ai ! state-room included,
for the- very low price of $16.
Passage to New York, meals and state-room
included, $10 steerage passage $...
Passape to Norfolk same as by tne river boats.
Freight received to-day. (THURSDAY.) and
up to the hour ol 11 o'clock A. M., FRI DAY.
Consignees are reque.ttd to send foi theirjoods
Freight for Boston taken at moderate rates and
forwai ed with dispatch.
'tickets and bertha secured at our office or on
board the ship.
aii23-2t LUDLAM A WATSON.
Aas-T-^-rrrr-t. TWO (ANAL BOATS FOR
i3§feS^_* i 3'LALE.-Two CANAL BOA I ,\
__-________iam—jnitable for carry inn ceal, sand.
wood. Ac . oan be had l-w and on iicconnnodatnu
terms, ny applying 10 W. A O. GWATHMEY. or
T. TAYLOR, at the Deck. _ au 23-41*
Mil L ES FOR SAL E 7- \ have a "pair
of excellent MULES for sale, wei! broke
and only cix yean old They Will be a yld
v ° rT •'■''*'< tne owner not hay ing any use
tliem. I will sell them at 1 montha'
t.me, for satisfactory paper.
RO B. LYNF,
Agent for Hiring out Net roes, Ac.,
au 23—ta i-ffice Metropolitan Hall.
_Z FOB SAi7e-A fine BUGGY HORSE 7 ,
years obi. and is warranted sound.
tSZI-worki well in double harness, is quite fast,
and very showy.
Also, a light BUGGY and HARNESS, nearly
new. Apply at
BLANKENSHIP A JOHNSON'S
au23~ts Stable*. Franklin street
_£_, 4 VFRY OESIRABI E BKII X TE!t.
HEME>T. on THE NORTH SIDE OF
BETWEEN 2n AND 3nSTKKr-T>.
FOR SALE PRIVATELY.—We are authorized
to sell the very desirable Brick Tenement, on the
north side of LeiJi, between 2d and 3d s'reets,
kiul now in the occupancy of Mr. Jo epb Vande
venter. It locs six good rooms, a bi :ok kuclien,
water. *c . and other convenienc s. For ter.i.s.
Ac, apply to JaS. M. TAYLOR * SON.
au 21—tit Auctioneers.
— it-ff«RK FOB. RENT.—A "desirable
__EB.BTORE.on Cary street, well adapted for a
or confectionery liusinesn is otie'ed
for rent at a low price. Apply at this o.Kee.
au 21 - tit*
ti-RAYS, ATTE-ITtOfl.—Atten! a regu
lar Comtany Drill,*! Military H-il. on Fill
DAY b. VfcNING. 24th im.r.. at -'; o'clock, 11.
white pants, iackeu and latigue ctps.
By order of Capt Ki.i.mrT
au2l-2t h. W__BKANCH. "erg't.
JCOMP'Y **X,** Ist RK« VA VOL**, *
Richmond Am, il, 1860. .
Attend a regular Drill tLis THLRaDAY
evening, at Military Hall, at . o'clock.
By order of tiie Ctptnin.
:ia 2.1 -It F. W. H AGEMEYER. Ist .g't.
NOTICE.— The co partnership existing undo'
tho firm and style of H -Mil TON * BOU
OHF.K, No 15 viaiu street, having expired bi lini
itiit on on thy lWi inst , the same is dissolved.
The books, notes and accoun'.s have been pur
ehaaed by JOHN BOUCHER. All debts due must
be paid to him; and all due by the concern, will lie
pad l.y him. .
The name of the firm can be used by either ol
the partner-, only, in closing up the business
Richmond. Aug. 22,1860.
Notice.—The undersigned having entered into
a co partnership, under th» nwie anJ style ol
HAMILTON k SKAUKhS. for the purpose oi
cirrv ing on ne H AT and (J » P Business, in all 'ts
branches, ai No 45 Mam street, tliey Bare por
rliased flic st-ck cf the late him of HAM! T N
* i-OU H KR. and they will receive in a lew days
n full took of
They would invite a call from their friends and
the public wantin.. am thing in their line, believ
inif the, c in do aa weil by the.n ... any other house
in Hm trad.«. " JAM ES HaMILTON,
M. Si AGE U.S.
Richmond, Abb- th tt-g. au 23—1 m
ROUT HOLLINO- Editor.
FRE". *t PAGE— Publisher.
Dii'v Tapci iv advance §5 00
Tn-VeaVlj " " y _-_ _■,■■ * <*>
Advertisements (per square ol 10 lineal in
serted by tho month •_, ■■■■ - *°°
Advertisements (per square of 10 lines) by
the nu.rter. renewable at pleasure 12 50
Tho attention of our merchants and nianufac
tmers i- requested to the above paper a< a valua
ble ADVERTISING MEDIUM. Ob lubscription
liar, it very large and is rapid v increasing. 11 oir
culntes largely in Southwes'ern Virginia, North
Carolina and East Tenneeaee.
. ut.acriptu.-na and advertisements lorwarded by
the Agent. I HOS. J. KAGBY,
No. 8 Wallet., undei St. Charles Hotel.
au 23 -3c Richmond, \ a
B* Y *»_BU_k-wa."
I have not </i.'roitrißi/(r_T business on account of
the falling of my store. I am now located rivs
d-.obs above mv old stand, next door to C. W.
Fume 11 a Co 'a Rrokera' Office, and near Oovernor,
ou Main afreet, No. 126, where I would lie pleased
to meet my old cuatomera, ami the cuatomera gen
erally. Those in Hi" habit of going me their or
ders for FALL CLOTHING, will do me a favor to
wait until 1 oan caII on them, or leave word at my
store when to call on them, and all o'derainruy
hne wilt be as promptly attended to aa heretofoie.
1 have not, and don't intend to. oiscontinue busi
ncsa for any euch oauae. Call andIBM me at 126
Main atreet. [au23-ta] WM. IRA BMITH.
NOTH'E-TO OWNER'" OF REAL ESTATE
IN THE COUNTY OF HENRICO.-ali real
eat*te iv the count? of Henrico, on which the
TAXES have not been paid, and reurned delin
quent, since the year 1866, will beaolufor Taxea,
on the hrat day of October County Court, hrat
MONDAY in Ooiober.) in front of the Court-
House of Henrico o, unty. A hat of the Land c n
tieaoenatthe Court Houae ol Henrico, and the
amount due on the land can be paid by calling on
the Clerk. Mr w*. Folkbs, in mj|itaenoe.
au-l-id JNO A. HUTCHESON a. H. C.
W~ILLt'OX kt OIHBk'
""'" BEWING MACHINES,
Leaa eomplioated than any other Sewine Machine,
ard reliable up-m all kinds of fabrics. Fnoe $36 to
*76 Every Machine warranted.
'Also SlidAI"S ELLIPTIC " LOCK[STITCH "
ai.d WEED'S PATENT gbUTT_«K MAOMINIC.
HWht aad Sieve ** c . t9 *Y'Z,7u£ nn l
(l-.-Tined havio-; commenced the WIRE and
BIEVS Bl'.'. IN ESS. on Pearl atreet below Carr.
reapectfally »Nka the attention of merchant! and
the pu.lioaen _ rally to 111 a stock He -nanefacturee
Miii.pru.r It'll.l ING SCREEN WIRI. lor mer
ehShV r *.l»to«™KMlTA
WIRE. Alao, RIDDLE** and B EVKB ■ .la.
kind.; Bl R D CAG Ef<; H AT*nil hllllKT A API»;
PLAIN snd FANCY WIRE w ORK FOR B OK
CASKS. DOORS. WINDOWS, Ac Alao, CORN,
SAND, and GUANO SCREENS. •
B_. Prompt attention given to order"
G W. J EbSOP. Pearl at., below Lar»,
au 2,.-Jm* Richmouii, Va.
». Havana C'lßnrs._. loi QUALITY,
We have just received/per; expreaa via
Charleston. 8. C. a bit ol GENUINE HAVANA
(JIOAHW, to which we take pleasure vi calling tne
attention of our friends and the public
Judaea and lovera or" a fine cuar. may _*.¥*
sured that they can now lie supplied by caning
on iia. . r
For sale, wholesale and retail, various branda ol
GENUINfc HAVANA (JIGARS. _,__._
MrKEEVER*. BRICK EN.
Wine. Liquor and Cigar _fore,
Ni>,( Exonange Hot»l Building,
au 22-.lt Pearl street.
Hk.Silk Tape Hair Neta. Silk Hair Nets.
Just received a eplendid assortment ol alLit
TAPE HAIR NETS. .u-Ulc., feTcHKßt
au 22—fit il'' Broad street.
Ml. Southern Savins* Bank,
OPFICK 17.1 WaIN strklt.
Certificates of He tins it and Checks imued hy the
Treasurer, I. li. PRICK.
J. IL Watkins, i'rea't, R. ('■ Howe,
P.T.Moore, 6es I. Herring,
Win. Ira Smith, L'i'fWji- Seo'T
J H F Mayo, W. A. Jenkins, eec y.
P. B. Price, Treasurer,
ta. Notice to Tobacco Ma»stwctarera.-«
lIHvTnK made new
Musser *• Col man lor the aale of their J**teni
TOBACCO PRfctfßES. we aro now able to luruish
then. aY s red* >ion ;/•!«» on •« , i < V re T V f tT C
t.l price, fcvery l'reas warranted IOBALLO
few 8 _Jl
aa_ fhe Greatest Bargains ever offered
'« URV U00D8 « IN RICHMOND.
TO CLOSE BLSINBSS IN THIRTY DAYB.
1» EBK INS & CO.,
No. lit EagU f guars.
Have thia (lav opened tueir stock fl-A LI, and
WIM'hH HOOIIS on hand ami will con'itiue to
sell then off at retail or in larte quantities at un
pieeedeated low prions for iHIKT. DAVB,wue*<
:hev will cl.se the bateeoe at auction. We invite
'he' attention oi the Ladies particularly to our
Rich PRESS SILKS and _!ILK ROBKS.
l»«». I'AKIt. DX LAIN. S
PUPLINSanrI V ■ I.KN DAS.
French Mf.RINOSand Back ALPACAS.
HUM B-./.INK*, and Klaid MKRINOS
Klack CH A' • 11- 8 and PA RL> DKLA 1 N F>.
Larue stock Black r.nil. Colored Wool and Me
KIDGLOVKS, LACK BETS, and BMSstOI-
I>FRIES. PKRKINS A. CO..
aasi—lßt No 141 fag'e Squ.re^
g\.i . Kltfield George,
( In M. Blair '• Co.'* Building.)
riIKVFR OF CARY AMIIJIH STS.. RICH M JND, VA.,
Has in store and oilers lor sale )ow-
Ll COR I OK. of approved brands.
BKANn, of prime quality.
GUM ARABIC, oi different grades.
OLIVE OIL, warranted pure and sweet,
Ba, OaUBS, tiun«, (.mis...Just received from
FnKiand one hundred and fifty fine DOUBLE
I.DNB. Sportsmen wishing to equip themselves
for tbe Fall campaign, are requested to 0.-ill and
examine my stock before purchasing, as I am con
fident I can exhibit the lies' assortment cf Goods,
in my line, to be found in any rn-use in the State.
au3-lm Gun Importer, 60 Main at.
am. Wheeler A- Wibon's
SEWING MA 0 " J ' ES.
Factory in Brukeport, Conn Pr: ■ Office,
605 Broadway. N. V. VirgiaiaOno* ... iainst.,
Richmond. Brandies throughout tne btato.
They are not, and will not, be Blade or sold by
partn 3 interested in the sale of other M .chines.
au.-lni* K. H. CRaIGF. Agent.
rVEGOT i Elt .
WHITE Dl'i'K PANTS.
FANCY AM) WHITE MARSEILLES VESTS.
SKELETON. CASSIMERK AND SILK VESTS.
GAUZE SHIRTS AN i) DRAWERS.
CASSIMFRE PANTS AND COATS.
LINEN SLITS.STRIPED AND PLAIN.
THEY'RE; CHEAP as 'tis possible to make
them. Call at 109 Main street and net what is
lacking to complete a gent'aouttit. and know what
you are buy ing. WM. S. TLI'MAN, Agent,
109 Main street,
jy2S-ta(2p) Third door above 14th street.
[For other "Educational" Notice*, see id Page ]
CHURMI HILL ENGLISH, CLASSICAI,
AND MATHEMATICAL SCHOOL.
The undersigned wiil open on Church HiH, on
Monday, 17rli of September, a SCHOOL for Boys.
at whicn they will be prepare.l for any collene cr
the active dunes of life. The location will be
made known In a few days. We desun estabiisli
-1 KB permanentßchool.and have had seven years'
Terms— payable semiannually in advance
Primary English- — £30 00
Higher" English - sS 00
Primary Latin, Greek and Mathematics 60 N
Hisher " '• " 60 CO
Rkfkkemes —A. Y. Stokes, Hunt A James,
'len. Alex. Brown, T. James Dean Richmond ;
Hon. R. L. C. Moncure. Station!; W. P. Conway,
Frederieksbarp ; Caleb S HallowelL Alexandra
Hull School; Prof. C. 8. Venable, University of
Persons desmne to enter pupils, will ajply to
Stokks A li.EF.vKS, or Hint * James.
C. S. MILLER.
~v _l-dlm* W. L.MILLKH, M. iL_
COLTHEKS WAVERLEY INSTITUTE,
O RICHMOND, fa,
Has PETER P. MAYO. Principal.
Mrs. Ma to will open, on the hrst oi October
nnxt.a BOARD.NG AND DAY SCHOOL FOR
YOI'NG LADIES Her object is to combine a
useful and complete English education with a
practical acquisition of Krench and German, and
. proficienev in Muse To accomplish this pur
pot-e. he- i'rofessors 1 f French. German and Mu
sic wi! reside in her family, of which French will
be the common liiuua-e.
For a Prospectus of the plan of study, or Circu
lars, containing terms, references and other par
ticulars, apply to Mr«. PETER P. MAYO.
au 2.s—aw* Richmond, V a.
THE OUTIESOFMR. W. I>. STIART I
I CbASSIiIAL AND MATHEMATICAL
SCHOOL will b. resumed on MONDAY, tho 24th
of September. ssß-ts
SERVANTS FOR HIRE & BALE.
FOR HIRE—A young NX.HO MAN, aaid to be
an excellent driver. Also, a young «»IRL, ac
customed to house work. RO. b. LYNX,
Agent for Hn'ng out Negroes, Ac,
au 23-ts Office Metropolitan H .11.
FOK~H IRE—For the balance ofjthe year.a Nr
i.RO WHMAN, with two young children. She
1 a COOK. WASHER and IfIONER
FOR *» I LK-T.i remain in or about Richmond,
*i WOMAN, in her 2_th year, who has been ac
customed to cooking, washing and iron-ng. a»d
uousework _enera'i> . h»- has a's • worked in In
field She h.s a son, a good-look ing Bus,Sor 9
ve.irsold »hois lo tie sow with her Apply at
au 1* Stood* _ CAEY BTRFET JAIL.
\ <MM»D Hll-SK SERVANT FOR SAL*...
fa I have for sale, privatol*, a likely BOY, about
17 yenißol age—a good house servant.
au 15-lw HEuTOR DAVIS, Auct'r.
OFFICE OF R. H. MAUKY * CO .(
RtciiyioNU, Au-uit 23, 1860. <
CTOI'KS AND Be >US .UK Ml.!. - VIR
O GINM BIX PER CEN IS
ORaN'.E ALEXANDRIA RAILROAD
SIX PER CENTS
*!inres Hank of Oomnionwenl h STOCK.
Shares Farmer.' H ,nk STOCK
Mures B.n* of Virginia STOCK. an 23-ts
HIV A. '. HO»«E.-
ELEMENTs OF THEOLOGY. Hy Rev. A.
A. Hnd.e,Pastor of Trealiyterian Church Frec
l-k-'-r. Va .1 vol., Bvo Price $2.r0
THE TRIE PATH; or. THK YOUNG MAN
INVi 1 hi) TO THE SAVInUR Hy Rev .lon.
H. Atkinson, of Raleigh. N. C. 12 mo. 62c.
NEMESIS. By Marion Harland, authoress of
"Alone '' ' Hidden Path "Ac 12ino 1 26.
DR. NEWTON'S COLUMNS ON THE POSI
TION OK THE O 8 ASSEMBLY ON THE
BUBIFCT LI- SLAVERY P-nor 370.
au 22-2t| W. HARGRAVK WBlrE.lWMaiaet.
2(0 bales superior retailing HAS .
5000 bualit'.s superior CLEAN OATS.
LOCO do. do. WHITE CORN.
10,01(1 .10. MILL OFFAL
M do. superior BOLTED MEAL
For aale by AUSTIN k GENTRY,
au 22-3t Franklin "t.
IITAfBK FILTIBS--Wb bra md a
*n Iresli s..pplv ol those celeDra*- ~.. and
fresh WATER FILTERS, now in - iti .n.at
the-toreol CHARLES I). V'Li. * CO.,
>vi 22—lw Iron Block, Governor atreet.
2(l(ll\ SACKS MARSHALL'S SALT.
,\J\J\J 400 boxes ADAMANTINE CANDLES.
100 bbls. VINEGAR,
LI. UORS, CIGARS, FISH. BACON. Ac.
For B*l- by SNODGRASS A JOHNSTON,
t "|| HALF BBLS. OF WOOD'S No. 1
lOXJ FAMILY ROE HKRRINUS.
5 hhls. «f Wood's No. t FAMILY CUT
£0 bbla oi Wood'a No. 1 groaa FAMILY HER
10 bble. Hinton'a pure Virginia CIDER VIN
BEASONfNGS for Fi«kting, Ac.
For aale at very low prices by
ROBERT A. E. DABNEY,
Grocer, Wholesale and Retail,
auawt* corner of 7th and Broad sta^
N~ OTiC-E.-The Trustees of ED. KEELING
hud it neaeaaary to aay to all pereona indebted
to In in, by open aocouut or otherwiae, that longer
indulgence cannot be given, as the truat fund mutt
bedimed. All account- not pad by the lot Octo
ber will be placed in the hands of an officer for
uolleotion. T. B. STARKE, and
L- H. FRAVBIER,
_au_2o-lw Trustees of E. D. Keeling.
FIN X WINEg.-Juat renei ved on ooneianinent.
a large lot of aupenor WINES, offered at pn
v.nts sale, at Ihe lnw«>t term*, compriaißg—
WAMTED-IMMKDIATELY-Four or five
first ela-a Chf to wor*. in do..ra.
Aapi-to GEO. KUNKEL,
auX.-2t Riohmond TBeßtrt__
WANT MM-lotiho my tha man th ■'"Jpiji?
balance ol the yesr, a «ood CuUR. WASH
ER and I MuNER. E.C.MOORE.
' Of the firm of Moose A Dornis, Franklin st.
au 23-..t *
U* AI*4TKI».-A toon's man from North Carolina
wnnta a situation *■ »ALKH«AN, in a whole
sale houae. The beat reference cam be given. For
further information, cad at Room No. II Colum
bian Hotel. aa »-_*
WA*ITi:U- MUSIC SCHOLARS".-Miaa'C. L
WALKER will aive leaannaou ti.ePIAMO
to a few pupila. For terms, apply on Governor st.,
over Hoi'-K A Mi rra y. au ■______
WANTEU-A 81TLATKIN AS TEAOHKE-
A youns lady of Virginia, who h_ bad ai.x
years'experience in leaching the u«ual
brsnehea, with Mu.ic on the i'iano Forte, desires
to form an engagement uir the ensuing »easion in
aoivateimnily in tbe coentry. or aa an Assist
ant in a Seminary. Satisfactort references a-ven
and rnioired. Applicants will plena-, state lerms,
niim'er of pup'la, Ao. Addresa, "Miss R M.A.,
Richmond, Va " aiiH-i'.*
WaNTEW-IMMEDIATFLY-A LADY who
ia competent to take charne oi a DRE*<B
MAKING ESTABLISHMEN < . and do the Cut
ting and Fitting. App'y at No. H7 Main atrest,
next door to Thos. R. Prices' Dry Goods Mtoie.
by two YOUNG
VV LADIES: one to teaoh Knirlish. Fren.-l. and
Mu.ic ; the other, Kngliah and Music Thebes';
of references can be given- Address,' B N. (» ,"
Box No 6»4, Rii-liinond, Va. au 21-3t*
UrAITKD-A WHEKLWRKiHT. He mu»t
VV be a first rate workman. N<me other need
apply ft.BOSSIEUX on Dock.
_.v 21—3t* Between Lth and 20th streets.
WANT ED—A hand who understands lioth
Apply to VAN-LEW. TAYLOR A CO.
WA**iTED-A HOL'HE-Fora small f.mt
ly, lietweeu now and Ist September, i:iM:::
the neighborhood of the S,'o. nd Market. Ap saat
ply to J. P. KAVt_NA(iH,6 to and Broad ata.
WANT K_T-Al f aRTN ER.witha oaah ea*Jml
ol Si 000 or Si 000 to engage in a mechanical
business, already established. Io a steady, in
duatnous man, of good business capacity, who
would devote hi. whole attention to the business,
m.'iiey can be made. For information, address
VI ECHANIC," Box No. 41, Richmond Post Of
fice. stating where an interview can be had.
"11 2 -ta
i\j iiATtl).-We wish to emp'ot for the next
'» session of tha Wesley an heinnle College,
Murfretsboro', N. C commenci' c ' ct..l>er Ist a
VALE PR OFES SO R UF A N lENT LAN
GUAGKB. 8 LADY to take charge of th-ORNA
MENTAL DEPARTMENT.anyone or two FK
MALE MUS,C TEACHERS. Those who apply
will please slate Iheir qualifications, ate whether
married or sinsle relisioaa faith, and their naive
State. None need apply who are not well qualified,
and can come wel reoommerded. Adure-s
Rkv. D. P. WILLS. Preaident.
jy 28 tlstwS Murfreeaboro'. N. C.
U!i\>lt,li- By a young lady, graduate of a
Virginia Institute, a situation aa GOVERNd
RSS.or TEACHES in a Sobool- She ia q -alided
*o teach the usual Entlish Bra. cheß. Music an-
French. Beat referenceagiven and required 'id
dress to " Box 345." Richmond, Va. jy 27—ta
UANTED-Toaolicita call from aM person*
mwantof at the RICHMOND
TRUNK F A OT OR Y. where I am ei'ensiveiy
manufacturing every style. Iriun the common up
to the iiios superior IKON FK A M K. ALL
L FATHER TBUNKS, LAD FB' FRENCH
TRUNKS, Ac. All sot(l at manufacturer's pricea,
at No. M Main st., in ..addle and Harness dtore,
with Wm Salmon.
am. TRUNKS REPAIRED.
jVI2-3iu JAMES KNOTTB.
TO CONTRACTORS—PIana and apecihca
tions are pr .-pared for improvements to be
made at the Eastern Lunatic Asvluin in Williams
burg. Va., cons sting of LAI'NLiRV. WATER
WORKS and GENERAL REPAIRS, involving
earth work, stone and brickwork, carpentry,
plastering and paintinu, plumpers' work, hauling
materials. *c. Bids for materials and workman
ship are solicited, and will I* received unt'l
THL'hSDAV, the 30th day of August.
Pans and specifications, and all in f ormat:on re
garding the work. &._.. can be obtained at the of
fice of C. F. N. SMITH, Engineer, Goudm's Hall,
All bids to lie sent (sealed) to the " CLERK Oh
THK BOARD OF DIRECTORS," Williamsburg,
01-FICE OF TttE UIT-' h.MIL.hKR./
August 17th, 1.60. .
T"0 CULT CRT BL' I LUrBV- PROPOSALS
1 will be received at thisoffice until 12 o'clock
M. on THIRSDA .'next the _.!_ inst , for build
ing the following CULVFRTS:
Ist. A GRaNITE CULVF.RT. commencme at
the cutvert at Main and Madison streets, and ex
tending up Main to Monroe stree' ; therce up
Monroe street to the north line ol Broad street
Id. A BRICK CULVERT, commencing at the
intersection of Marshall and 4th streets, thence
extending out 4th street and connecting with the
present culvert at 4th and Leigh streets.
3d. A BRICK CULVKRT- on 6th street.com
mencinfi at a point about 125 feat north of Lei- .
atreet. and extending thence out 6th street to the
atack in the gully.
4th. A small BRICK CULV F.RT. m 10th street.
extending from the Main street cu'vert to a point
about 40 feet south of Bank street
Flans and specification of tue aliove work can
be seen, and blank forma "f proposals obtained, on
application at this office.
By order of the ('ommiss-oners of Streets gene
rally. lauiS-td] W GILL, City Kngineer.
OFFICE OF WASHINGTON AQUEDUCT,4
Wa>hi>..ToN. Au-ust 15 1.00 S
PROPOSALS will l* received at this Office un
til 12 o'clock M., on the 27th day of aueusi.
IS6O. for constructing the unfinished portions of
the conduit of the Washington Aqueduct.
The v ork to be done comprises at. ut 850 cubic
yards of Rubble Masonry , and 3 000 cubic yards of
Also, fi"- the completion of Tunnel No. 1. l*in«
about 87 lineal feet, containing 31IU cubic yards of
rock excavation; all to be completed and delivered
up by the Ist day of November next.
Plans and specifications may lie seen at tfis
Proposal" will be sealed and endorsed "Prop-ieais
for Conduit" or r or "Tunael." as the case may be.
H.-W. BENRAM, lap* of Engineers.
au 18—Stood Chief Engineer W. A.
"office of the city engineer,/ "
Richmond. August 17th. 1_«0. <
TO BI'ILDMtS. PROPOSALS will be re
ceived at this office until 12 o'el< ck M. on
Thursday next, the 23d inst., tor the erection of a
three story building on the vacant lot at the south
west corner of 10th and Bank streets. Plans and
specifications "I mm*ork oan bs seen, and forma
of proposals obtained, on application at this office.
By order of the Com. on Pu'>iic Grounds and
Bnildmgs. [sa 18—ttl J W. GILL, Clt. Eng'r.
uKvuiiD jr-uiTios ercoDi OF VIR
GINIA.-PROPOSALS will be received by the
Sec-.tary of the Commonwealth, until the 25th of
the present month, tor publi.birg ihe Second
edition of tho CODE Or VIRGINIA. By an aM
of the last General Assembly, the Secretary is re
quired to prepaie this edition, ol which 10 000
cop.es are to lie printed, it ia required to be ia all
respect* equal in paper, printing and binding to
the first edition, and the law requires bond and
security to be taken for thi faithful execution of
tiie work. The copyright is to be secured for the
Persons desiring to contract for the puh'u-v ton
wm put in their bids at ao much for the volume.—
The work will probably tie about 150 pages larger
than the first edition; but, more <-r less, the
bid must be by the volume complete, aa re
quired by law. The Secretary reserve ß the right
to in fge of the competency of th. publisher t»
perform the work, and to lane the md deemed by
linn to t>e the be.t for the Commonwealth. 'I he
w .rk must be ready for delivery by the first of De
cember next—sooner if possible.
GEORGE W. MINFORI).
au 15—tAu25 Secy of the Commonwealth.
BO.VKIMSIG.- Persors within* to aend their
div.liters to the Ashland lemalu lnatitute,
and prefer: mx to have them board in a private
family. caii lie ao oniinodated by appWin. to J.
PRVOR. whose fiiniiv residence is next door to
the school, ihe sleeping apart" ents will be large
and airy, and no pains will :>e spared t > insu.e the
comfort and happiu ss ol entrusted to Ins
care. For teruia per session, address.
JO J N PRVOR,
jy 30—lm Ashland. Hanover count:, Va.
Gentlemen will find the bestof accommodation*.
with every effort for the comfort of guests. IAH
DER not excelled in the United States.
H. D. PARKER,
mtil-tm J K.MILLB
TEMPLE Or FANCY.
1 MAIN STREET, ABOVE EIGHTH.
On .MONDAY, Sep . loth, we will re open with
a new and varied assortment ol
F A N •* V GOODS.
suitable for the Fall trade. Our stock of TOYS
wili be very complete, and we shall tie able to sup
sly our retail dealers at price. to compete with the
Our ami and determination wi'l be to exhibit
sue. a stock of USEFUL and FANCY ARTI
CLES as willsurpa*e any heretolore brought to
this city. JOHN D. ALLEN A CO.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.-AII per
sons indebted to the estate < f Jamea McCar
thy, ncceaaed, are requested to make prompt pay
ment; and those having legal claims againat the
s in-, to present tlirin to
aul3-3w* JOHNSON H. SANDfI. Adnu'r.
I )AINTING. —Having taken a store under the
Exchange, l.th atreet, I am pre p\ red to cxc
cute l'.-\ I NT I.N ii in all of its varioua brandies.
WORK solicited in town or country.
au LS-ts L. stAPLsV
OTAVES--STAVES..-We have •till on hand
£5 some 60,0.0 STAVES, jointed, well seasoned
and ready to set up. Theeo Staves have been
th y. hi. under ahelter for more than a year, and are
of the beat quality. I- or sale ta lots to autt. by
SAMUEL P. HAWES A SON.
au 6-Stawts On the Dock.
(CLOTHING.— AH kinds and stiles of Spring
' and Summer Clothing at greatly reduced
prices, to close out odda snd curia.
shafer, Saury a co.,
110 Main atreet
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
Juat received a large supply of Fall and Win
ter wear, something new and desirable.
WM IRA SMITH, 126 Main st.
li|ES!TIES! '.-Black and Fancy, Sinaleand
Doable—a full ass-rtmem. recived and for
aale by SHAFEK, BALBEY A CO.,
_________ 110 Main street.
Wind IDr h-SE Ol SHIRT**- 'Main, and
_ Fanov, Wide and Narrow Flat', Croae and
Woven Plait-wan antedt.. fit. Call st 110 Main
atreet. - fthAFER. HALSKYJt CO.
C TREIfM _-! .Mr fttiiA •»»i l »v_ <Jol*ngg
B.dttee4»i fig •Meg and C***rwn ***J*^|»d r
a SIC w.lt i* aivan for theiSZr l » I
/.ion hare., on PR I *>* _ .t)mm_**_ if»' Jf
tieanakeHprinaa.fre-ideßrvefif W m i*,! ■«f M
cub* milea from Hicnmnnd (. n aVi •**•'. Mi
the Jarnee River Road a , np | 9 n ;«* « •-,,' f
beina made for tha OMnfortat. 1 * »n,i\ M *>*&«' I.
terts.nmerit of a larae numher ol .Tl***haa.? I
Jamea A Dunr-.n haa ki*.:|i .onsen.!!. T *i ■
an addre«ii on the o<-ca«ii.ri '"v*;.
Ticket, for Ud„.
HENRY W. pish PR
RO MI FLLLIAM,'" 1 „
au 22 - 2t* 1 IOH N COG Bl LL.
"" H>l«Mi ~,
JL*__L_lh.* k.xoi:h..,(.n X i m t __r*__
RI.HMUND AND *K8 T POT ■3 __________ nB
TU 1 HK CAI'K . OP VIR y| n , A '
ger tr-in will leave Ri<hm..n-i „ v hIV. :_%.¥*
Aug 2M.ii, at the usual hour of 7 a v Irt •*£
Wem p„,nt at Its A H , _,„,,?,.,' M •*•'■ . •
ateamer WEST HUNT. Ca»t J Pa l» - ~
Will leave immediat. ly for Ro **.y.* .
I o jfh To « ■
AND THE CAPEB OF Vlßr.in,.
Tooch'ng at all the landings <, Q ■,",!!»"■
rotiirn to Weat Point at .p. M •171 ■''f k
awp. m. ' " ia s_h-ajj
Passage from Richmond to Ynrktnw
Capes and return easae day. or lay „,..; * r ' ,
Point until Monday. 9th Aasus*. J|-o «*J
I-I.nn West Point and all landin.'i'l _
The rxcursiomsts will ha i o»aS» • __
houra at Yorktown and mil if n- , „ I*
Steamer. Meals ex'ra takers f„. ~,„/'•
pnifiired at the Clerk's etna hefore ii **"i
Children under 12 yesrt bad »..<« ' * I 2
A full BAND OP ML...C w,H .utand lh.
•inn to the Cases ""name.,.
No boat will leave Norfolk .. n !_*■>__
25th. to connect wnl, the tram oftS-T. ■'
and from Kiver Railroad "* K -s.
I Atiu*.' Att.uAlPi.iatina.Msr '
MR. AND MRS. APTfiVMAS'
And HOME for those who tm»n ~,'.,,, rV "
etudies under eminent afti.t. ln ji|»_ *
A LEOHIMATh METHOD Ok BTL*
'a introduced. T.i»hout which n.. tr.._.r»_. 1 '
m ide. EVERY DAY LPS .()>s *
Adopted aa the onl» effective mode .if \______
Superior entertainmenta liven for tha
ment of taste ''"
For Prospectua, apply to
114 West 34th ai . near maJSI
_[T— ".KTKSIot To ,
_______ POINT POR. BMOPfs ;,)
* a * J^3Sfc3 *NOKF(»LK Tho .teasm _=.
TIS FKCK, Ca;f i. (' «,rr .-. VteS, '■«
neat style for meht travel, w niaka — Tt _-! > lD
to the above places on SATURDAY Fv7v__r
next. 2d inst.,iand re.uiarly HVhIV lo .
DaY EVENING thereafter.during t_ee_S
se.-iaon.) leaviuß the wharl al K.,.-m>tu _t*
P. M.. arrive at OLD POINT .Ui.t_.n-,
'hence to I'OKTSVOLTH at.d NohF
return the next even me,' .LN L'AY,>i»a- -\
fo k at 4 o'clock, touch at Pm tasioui
Point, and arrive at Richmond atmut 1,,--
M., Monday morning. ' ,l J|
Passaok for the trip, to Old Point.Nor,
Portsmouth, and return, I meals included g,V
ah. No FREIGHT TAKBN ON TMK t.XC! it- ,
TRIP- fiel-tal R. 0 R A[ X v
LOST AND STRAYED
IOST— On tha 2*l inst .between _'. ,
■* »treet« on Broad,a lane roun i 'th -
with the Hauuerreotype of a fnt'cii.Hn \\ •'
liber .1 reward wili,be paid the tinker i] |«|-'•••.' 1
' tfice. Ssß-tr 1
141 ST- Ou Monday even nr. .omewntre'w.i,.
-2d an 1 ' 9th Ureet", aire 'j' -LD-CO' •
A liber.i rewinl will BS|m.
left at diis office, or at my ie» ilpn.-e
au 21-.f T H( S. QOQL«i
_*--r_\ SiTK A V KB- From" the mam .
the ltth mat., * small red '.OW, * .
face, emoked horni and - '_
m.v A libera' reward aril' tie tivenfor Iwri
turn to Mr I). King* Ice-House,on the a.
of the flock.
_au22-2t* _ roRNKLH'B O'KK--
STKAYKD-A SMALL COW-.-»
back red; rett oi haa Sad] n
jka_SL-a"-ti!te ; whiteapot in herfnrakenl ■ **•
boißa winch lop down perpendieukr
her head. A suitable reward wi'l ho p.
delivery to me As she came from M X ~..
she may have returned. Any iniormsi'o.■«,-_
in. her may lie iefi with Wm. H Tliomw. jih
cheater. Gretna k Cory, Cary atre.n, hetvm •
and 19th. Rionmond. or at my residence, «.-,
Church H'U.near B. Davt , .
au2l-3t* R-'i BRISIII
__f7?-r_- STRAYIID- from my atahle saltii
XJE*i> street, a brindle COW, with oroaaoti -.
£_______t"irs and slit in the left. A liberal rro t
will be mven for her delivery to
au 21-St* _ HENRY IU
_, AUhT-iB Miohn.oßd.oa •
== cenuine Plnelish i.lack TanTERI-
T DOO ; had on a email enllar.mUla
attached to it. The finder w-li lie li*<ari
warded by returning bias •" BN n Mm
by leavinu hits with Mr. TILLER, at the"'.
ma Index" ctlice. CHARLES ft. JOKII
m_ -TRAYI.U iw.y in.ru aal
on Friday. am- diuui nzed tia< M..
mBH about 4 tears oid.u*vnu a wart 0n..-'
ins hiud leet. A su.uble rewnrdi
mmm for Ins dehverv
aulo-dlwAcwlw B- Mc43RUDER'B 8 _
ZL MKAI FD— Fr.-in our Lun. -
nh_aa Thursday, tii» 9th of Au.ust. on»i
naU luht bay Al I'LL He h.d a mpf »■
-.1 TT his neck, and » knot on each asoa
A |, lwra | reward will i* aivei
who will deliver him to u» at l ur i.urn> r .i.'
on the south side of the Dock. Hichiii'.n.f
au 15—2w* South aide -'f the ! .
" ~S THA YE _»— From Mr ffors .
residence, on the WiUiauistur. -.
WfM_ atKiut ii'lf anuie below Rock.
_1 ?__d-irk MILE. Haas white a krt
neolt, near tiie head- H» -
are vert much scarred up. "c das ssmsm
about two weeks. Any one returnir.? D-n.'.
THORNTON, or to BI.ANKhNSHIF A i'-->
STON'S Stable, will be suitably rewarded.
jy 24-ts ——J
HOOTS, EHOE3, &.
JNOTH'E.-W. P W. TAV J
LOR A CO will continue only b-r sms—ts
few days more to orl>»r their atiwi m
and aHOES at private sa'e, when th*' ■
out ar. public auction, of whioh due notice »
given, at No. 231 Broad atreet
*au22-it _ w _i l W lA !(R
Jrtlßll A NO X Tii > . W_\
DEALERS IN ALL X l\l*,.' ■ t_T,
BOOTS. SHOES. TRUNKS, » A J**
.ICES AND TR/.VELIN'. BAGS, Oi »• -
STREET, NEAR n'« n-■# •
p-ep*red lempU'ymg only ooinp'teii' *r
clan* workmen at,d nfiaten*l- Ito nnlo
and ensure fits, every known sola '■' '-'•
and Sieeai' OAITFRB. gLIFPEHS to. ;.
lemen'a and Bo)a' BOOTS and BIOSB «
Made to order atthe .horte.t notice A c '
iiau WALKING SHO.S G\\ I'KKN *«
are making up a superior tiKOi.*" '
' pl.nt.tio". coal pit and rsilroyil iiand.
ran ten not to be aurpa«_ed by any ■ t.i'f »
Bt*gaaaV»L PISBEi. ■> _\*_
» u ao-iw bead street n« -
*.__■»_*, ROIKIWAY ASO ll'IO"
wfE_r»pS_FOß SALK.-I will sella i*-_"-
new. App.y ai N. 0 Lip—ombe'a Biaha,
nn office, comer of 12th md n■_ st'*o>.
_au2--tt THO*. W. Kit."
ffl MASONIC NO »I! E.-Jaj •*• *
*a_PsWeoaie Lodes, e-ecteu by Hi
\/ L, dee, No lie. wll be d. ,1 iel
' VX t,. UieM.W 3 L.o( Virgin.->.;'£" . .
EVENlN'tr.e»t.2l'hol A-- . A I) — - 0»
alter which the Lod.e. headed I •• . - ■
b.c Will proceed to tiie Method.-:
an o st.. ii w.ll he delivered llicl ■'• *1
efi nto tue Bail The Msstsri >V..
- ni. mtiers of Lodnes Noa. lU. II » ■ -•
|gl -.re traternally invited to un ta a
hall, at 7 o clock, in white apron BBS I*l
By order ol the Worauio-u: W-t-ter
JiHN HENRi MCKEBSoN. so***
au a .tt*
HENRMO LUilll n*****
g_\_ Parade in full unlTir.it -'«■■
JDI vtayo'e BriiLe, in M.n.-iif
jE3L <•'<-■ i<<<'V A.M.onSAll KK.*i
in". . . Tmeetthe Ch.steiG.ed Iroop,at»"
tied C< urt- Bomb.
in order of Col. P* v ' i 11 ,.,.,- V *\ !
anK-td ■'■ «■'. IU Fl-v.A>
g/L CO A.2V> *»•'. \A )•
- SoSLsr i m»AV. Mthißst » iii
ChesSTTatd Cottit Hoase. for dii.l »"<"
arrmgement* for the reeeptioa ol •"JJt.V
1 on thefi'llowiu . d»y. aama > <*overaor.>
I "-Blberw.n.pr,.., ;r . AN At ; e, K U, r
» Msßaheelet, Aag. lath.MM "
t 1 KWiS WKBR A JOHS «. »» u
JL- L.raale H hlids. Porto R■*»,*•£ / .;
3 Sugar., part prime; OO bbls. A. W' v '
Eitra CCotfee Sugar*; a» "*'»..-„'»«<-'»'
Cruahed. 34 bbla Powdered s"<t 't« u ; ** . '
ICO hdda. cub* Muwo. ado JlulM*"" "':", .
" Sugar-Home Nvrup ; M tcrce* J,' o ', . _d-«<* 4
Hernn«s; Sou bbla. Groan do .w„ ,_Vi
bbla No. s Maokerel; » bWe. _\>__T l u#"»'_«
I haif bbla Shad; IW bbia. lit; W fM« W| •
60 bags Manca.bo. WO I****,! -J *.*'.,..mi J
Mocha Codes. Ounpowd-r i''\'' *_\ :'■
1 lity; Starch; Sperm. A.limsiitiiie »- y
Cardlea: Caati'e Snip ; V V»-* sT
• TltK-Taa eaeaofihai w 1 ¥,„;, *•■
change m his business on is* ■•» i:B .»*|
makea it necessary that a 1 account* -■« „..|
1 vioua to that time should <■»"••*''
| therefore, ask oi his old
, ocnit forward and diecharge tnei _*• ,„i -
a Thankful lor paat lavora. he wo*w *>» „,
ance ol iheir patronage to ihe „'*WN r
Si'EN uE*Q A R V .\i»•*d mi t»
No 12U corner of M-.» » BU
1 AT A 'GREAT SACRIFICE- -.»**, .>
GWATKIN (ffers a i*rge » tocll '.. »».'K
merea, and Kmbroidenea. at » *'"yvs7T»'
cloao huaineas. LHAS a-
. BEST snd oheapea' B **]- i 1,,,
I »nd Inah Lineaa. at ttXT* W" ■
Stor *' —-- _—■_"(« *'
1 <ALOON TABLKS.-On hand aiau t .
J O cheap, • dosen Saloou Tshlea. I*4 *>» 'jtoT*
mtHFcI r fet ing '.': Sj«?sss},
1 O for sale oheap. 1»W yaida ">,•?
• f^«^^£« T
U gheag. to etoeo, • hhl. 6lae. _ . * ;
• _iiNL% •o<aNlh>r^»\ i -
t m * hiSJsitK* H *«»■•• *«