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CT Hnort.4a Anetmrtaxuxwn*.—To aeold any misunderstanding on lhr part of the Annual Advertisers, it Is pro|w»r to state <ILMinctJ>/% that their privileges only extends to llielr Immediate budnes* Keal (state, Legtl and all other Advertisements sent by them to be an ad ditional charge, and no variation. IT* llrsl (stale andileneral Agents' AdvertlamienU not to he In Sertol by the year, hut to be charged at the usual rates, sutyeri to such discounts as shall be agreed upon. tfT Auctioneers, I look sellers and yearly advertisers, genera II v, eng aging one or more square*, with the privilege ef change, shall n«4, on 'heir warty average, ia any one week. Insert more than the amount in'upon aa the standing rule under the contract, and all excerd tng such amount to be charged at the uenal rales. Advertisements inserted In the Peml-Weckly Whig at 7.1 cents per square of 1*1 line* or less for the first Insertion, and flu rents per Square for e u*l» contlnuar.<-e. fl 8 .h w ■ r.it« »»e *p**p cuiiiunii) on lisiul ^_W frr»h Ground Plaster, and our car* Id th* selections from tlw bc«t Windsor Lump Plaster enables us to rpcminm.l It as the best that can he had All orders left at our oilier «u Cary street, prompt ly executed. TAUA9BBK0 2 HKO N B. - Farmer* can be vtipplbN! In tlwlr own bag*, at a reduction Id price. Liberal discount* to merchants, for caah JaYT ~ J »17 IIAKGFROVE” pPOORM)ITi>l(lj DAVIS.) A CJ « 1 I o * E E It * Waft Afrref, umfer St. Chart** 11.4*7, Kh'HMoSD, Vs. WILL devote hi* whole attention to the Hate and Hiring of N« lUal Estate, Ac , publicly and privately. b*h-s satisfactory or no charge nradc. OF* He has a convenient place for keeping slaves. The subscriber respectfully Inform* his friends that he has dlsron Unued the auction business, and having rented hi* office to Mr J B. Hargrove, takes pleasure in recommending his former customer* to glv« him a call. BENJ. DA TIB. July SI I III llll Ml \ It I . <11 I > \ AMI bliss. SPRING, 1856! subscriber offer* for sale a very heavy stock of irirthm ■ 1 u^irr, Chirm amt Glam, IxHtirinj Glabra, (Yrsfors, L*imp* tiH’i Fam'y GooJ*% of recent importation, and from Au* ti**n Trail* Sal**. To cash buyer* and prompt six months payers, Inducements will be held out fully e«jual to any that may be lift red North or else where. WM. F I1UTLKR. ■nbU Iroportrr of China, hr . 79 Main *tre»t WE are now receiving our I'prlnff, 8IJPPL1 i»> GOOM stating In part of the following articles, bbl*. Crushed and Pulverised Sugar ft** do C. Yellow do 94 hhd*. New Orleans do 1U Bag* Kio, Laguyra and Java Coffee l(Ni Boxes Browu and Black 8oap lull Boxes Adamantine Candles 19 hh«1s. Bacon Sides, Shoulders and Hams f“» Keg* superior Carb and Sal Soda 85 bhl*. New Orleans Mnla«**s Ilk) bids. Mountain Dew W’hl*ky S9 do, Old Rye, Various Brands 10 do Kerr's Summerdean do, bo bbl*. and 5o Casks Imitation Brandy 900 Sacks Salt, Ashton and Marshall 80 Keg* Pomgranate Tobacco bO Boxes Ground Coffee So Packages Green and Black Teaa ALSO—Vinegar, Pepper, Allspice, Wrapping Paper, Yea Si Pow der*. Brooms, Bucketu, Holland Gin, Peach and Apple Brandy, Mrs Miller Flt»* Cut Smoking Tobacco. Salt Petre, and many other articles too tedious to mention In an advertieement. «nM9_• RATCLIFF A DOUGLASS. •*nm ram i: i.it MUTUAL BENEFIT COMPANY, at •• STA TIOA’KJI'S HALL;' Ho. 81 TVirf ttr,n. • ICUUUSI', VA. B. W. KHOWLKS, Agent. Dr. A AHEAD, Medic.l AdrUer. Cepit.l Jenuery let, ISM.,2,371 0 P»ld dividends during yen 1S66 . 141,280 M Nett balance lanuarr lit, ISM. 28,8*11,0116 47 Total amount of dividends paid to date.. 2 715,402 *4 Total amount of claims by death to date l.HIWi.VSKi SI -2,052,488 5*1 24,282,488 07 All profile go fo the Insured Dividends are made annually, and paid while tli. Insured le Using. U. tv. K-, Agent. N. B Hlavee Insured from one to four years In the Albemarle In surance Company. frl, At.lll'.flAl<l,i: 1NNIKANCK ronPAiu, I’KINCI I'AI. orriCE. Cll AHIAfTTEPVTLLE, VA. CHARTCRkl) CAPITAL $400,000—CASH FUJID $121,000. V.’YIRE INSURANCE, In town nr country, and Marine Insurance, •T way be effected on the roust favorable terms with IhUcotnpanj. DF* All Losses promptly arranged. rtrOKKft A CO., No. 88 Ptarl ttreet, b»97 Agent* for Richmond, Va. TO FARMERS AND OTHERS. WE are now prepared to manufacture and repair every dracriptiuu of Agrl cultural Implement*now used. Wehavegonr to no small expense in putilng up the different flflHMBhMKaB* machinery required in carrying on our bualnese. W e are prepared to rroslr In *UO«rtor style the var' u* Bruner* now u**ri One t»r« im. portant feature In our business -.that *r wll no Implement* hot our "tn" manufacture," and they •• warranted.” We rail the attention nf Uh? Farmer* fu our Wheat Thb.dm, Cleaner and Hrrse* Power, whl« b I* In erery respect equal. If not fuperlor, to any other now used a* a proof of what they hare done, we annex the certificates <»f a fc-w (rntlemen who hare glren oar machine a fair trial We *|*o late the liberty of referring to other gentlemen who hare aaed the rea ch In* : • We purrhaeed of Messrs Nsiao* A Mott, last season, one o their fi» In. Drum Ntraw Carrier and 4 llorse-Pnwrr, and In our hum ble Judgment, we ronstder their Machine a perfect one. We teller* that the machine uaed hy u« will thresh faster, cleaner, and break le** grain of wheat, than any oilier that we hare erer seen or u«d. JOHN T CHII.DK> V, ROHT II PTY1,1,. Henrico, 14lh Nor., 1966. JOS. J. PhRARANTP. Meaar* Nsiao* A Mott: Oentteaaen— Yours bearing date Neptemher fOth la to hand, and I haoteo ts» reply I hare uaed your Machine for two seaaons.and moat cheerfully re* commend It a* the beat I hare erer used the draft easy, and the motion glren to the drum such as to get all the wheat from the straw Reapertfully, your obd't serrant, RICHARD AI.I.RN. farms ills, fiept tfi, 196ft. BtrniauUAM Co., Oct. 4lh, 196ft. Messrs N XLams A Mott Oe« tlemen - Your far or of fOth Mspfemher, 1966, waajrecefred • fep day* ago, going to the wrong post office My post nlff« e la New Rtora, Buckingham county, and I do with pleasure send you the an oeied certificate. Youra, rery respectfully. 0FO. W KYIX I hereby certify that I hay* used one of Meaars Nil*"* A MoTT*i Wheat ThreaMng Machine* the present year, and hare no hesitation In raying that It came up to my expectation, and I* the beat I rrer worked. Olsen under my haod thta 4th October, ltrft. ORORflR W. RYI.R I purchased one of the abor* Machine* nf M«rrt, haw?* A Wfiumn. and haring ihreshed three crop* with It, making the amount threshed 16JIK) bbt#., I da without hesitation pronounce |t one of the best ma rine# I hare erer aaed, bettering that It will thresh cleaner, faster, and break leaa gram of wheat than any I hare erer need Henrico, Nur 14th, 1966. BRNRY COX. Cranarin.t, fiept 1st. I9ftft Oentlemen ft is with pleasure that we record our evidence In fa fW af your Threshing Machine, ft r-quire* lea* power for the Work It doe# than any we hare erer even, and »# remarkable for Its sltnpll cRy and durability. We reyard It emphatically the •• Farmer'* Ua china,” and must t'httrfully recommend II to the farming comma •Bi Mr. T W Adam* and Capt R Darla, who are nice ohaerrera, ami whoa* wheat our Machine thrashed this year, are rery much phased with Ha performance. Very respect felly, WYATT HMITH, J. V CRITTK RKPPRRNCKP flee HoNyhecker, Amelia; Wm Archer Pork, Chesterfield. Wm M Ifarrlaon, Richmond; Wm H CNoploa, Oharle* City; t It W. Apperson, Charles City , J J Irey, Appomattox : Ben). If Robinson, Rina William. Rx-Prestdant John Tyler, Charles ©Hf. O. Austin, North Carolina, and other* MRI-BON A MOTT, B9H Rfi Main *trret, Ri< hmond TVBBMIP RF.fi.Ik NFW CROP flklr ring's Trllow Ruta Bag* Dale's Hybrid Yellow Aberdeen White Norfolk targe flat Oh.be tang Batterer White Plat Dutch Rtrap f-eared Red Top do fo Baron Top, Wlntar or Baled. Per sal# by If WM PA LMU. / NKW YORK ADVERTISEMENTS. PROM «. M. PRTRMGIU. * 00.1 .imrtftt ADTKlm*. . w __ INO HOUSE. ' rwTT“a,Lt * "*■ NWi far ngarly all tlx Ntraaiari In th. lulled State, nnd Otoulu OBw, lit Kum iimt Nww York, and to ante ■»•*. u...tc a. TO HOUSEKEEPERS. TI1K LIIKAT ti.tflPOMIt/.lf for •uppljing the wants of I louse keepers, loraled at Nos. 644 sad 646 Bsoai w *t Ntw You Cut, la now fully stocked with the Iarfrsl, fittest and complete Assortment of HOl?|IK.PL*RNUt|lIN(i OOOD0 to be fuuod In the world. Th# stock embraces: Plated. Britannia and Planlahed Tin War* Porcelain and Fancy Goods Baskets In every variety Bird Cages; Cutlery . Mats Wood and Willow Ware Iron Bedsteads, Chairs and llatstands Brushes of every description Feather Dusters; Lamps and Lanterns Rngttsh and German Knaroeled Ware JUfrlgrrators, Water Coders and Double lc« Pilchers IItp. Sponge and Foot ha'Its Children's Cabs and Carriages % Austin's Ps*«nt Ice Cream Frersers The celebrated Devonshir* Chairs Cane and Rattan Ware ^Blbrse Tea Poys, Caddies, Sccretarys and Cabinets Tea Trays In endleae variety Rocking llorses. Propellers and Olga Fishing Tackle Bronsed. Copjwred and Brass Goods llstomecks and Mosquito Nets ^rf#rr rlnf Cane, at the lowest manufacturer'* prices Garden Implements of every drecrlptlon endles* variety of FANCY GOOD9, of gr**t utility as well as beauty. w Th. location of hu More I. central an. ronT.nl.nl to th. trading Hol.l. Ill, bale. Room, AT, fir. In numbrr. anil are tli. mo«t ,pa cl"U, of any It thl» lln. of buunm lo th. riiy. Th. attsntlooT.f hi, aa,l,tant, will b, poll), and rourteoui, And an examination ,.f hit Mnck will alwar, firr |.l«a*ur. Ilia goodsar. purchaa.il alunwl rlclu.lrely lor rash, and ar. offered al price, uth aa d.fy rurauvil " , " t *“?, u *° £1’* "*• I"***' *'■»* e atrlcUy lermr-’ - grand model lloua«.Purnl,hlng The ,iraid car. uird In filling order, from out of Hi. city. Catal .‘gun forwarded by mail. ROBERT DAVIM, «l an.l Cdfi llroadway. N V . Bole Proprietor of th. great Emporium for supplying th. wanta of Hou«rk..pt r«._jyW—Rm—[P| .1 l: W YOUR CLOTHING, OF SUPERIOR MAKE. JLNNnUN. HI1RKLER 4c CO., d:s t.llAMHKUS STKKKT, Oppo.U. th. Park, otter at tVholeaalr, an tmiuen*. atovk of CLOTHINU, of all ktudt. CIF“ 0 LOT III NO GOOD! TEILM.H BEAMONAIII.F! . „ r„, PIUCKS LOW! J.1S—il3m[P.) .. CALL AND SEE." MKHILI.O IHON PIPE WOIIKK. MKKKIL * JA<jUES. 112 Centre atreel, New York, t| ANUFACTUKKttb AND DEALERS IN WROUGHT IRll.t ArS Pi|»r", Fittlogi, Tool,, aud rr.ry drce-rlptiou of Appaiatoa connected with Btraui, Water or Gaa, for b«atlug and lightli g Steamer,. Churrli.Hut.),, Private Dwelling,, llowltaU. Tillage i Ear-tor.e, and Hall, **•“—Yalrea, Cork,, Pump,, fiuagra, Boiler, and Boiler Elu-g made to order. Our Bcrew Cutt'ug Machines are entirely new,and our own Patei it warranted u> do double the Work of auy other invention. Orders solicited from all^ectlons of lire country, and promptly at t.nJclt... jail —ly INMBWI A JI M P, COMMISSION M ERCHANTS, COTTON AND WOOLEN MACHINERY, naan taut,to. »»n amao, mra worn- toils, akhtixo, arc.. Importer* ami Dt-altr* iu Mamifatttmr*’ Article*, NO. OT PINK STKKKT, NEW YORK. N. K. Agent, for the the ‘WoudruO and Beach Iron Work, ' Steam Engine, aud Boiler,. 1C Kxcluaire agency iu New York fur ’Lowell Machine Rhn»" Machinist,' Tools. ly'P.j WJACKMDI A HON, • GRATF. AND PENDER MAKERS, j^Ml dly [P] *U Front Street, an.l *ki Broailway, N. Y. S.1 XCKLSIOK SEWING MACHINE*—Made l,y IIOOD, liAT s A TELLE A CO . Worcester. Mut, patented by Ella, Howe, Jr., — I -... • natmim arr w»rr*Jll«l, ( *UU pr«'|N>r ose.1 not to grt out of repair. Tlwy are built in a good. sutwtanu&l, an«l workman like manner, and will do Tailor*.' Bhoetnakrrs'and fiaddU-r* work. In a manner warrants! to give satisfaction. Tlw •tltdi will not rip any more than common *ewlng done l»y hand Call aud see them In operation at 14o CHEh'NLT Mtrwt, Philadelphia. . W A DARftoN.Age.it. myV—dly— [w] I. WlLUAIHk PlUiDLCK COMMISSION MERCHANT, (i ENKKAI. All ENT for Recrivlug and Forwarding Manufactures! m Tobacco, Goods, Ac., Ac.. No. 5 Smuckob Mur, Ricauoao, Vs., 1m g* leave to return Ms sincere thanks to his friend* and the public, for the very I literal patronage bestowed on him during hu buau»e*« connection* Messrs, Uookrr A Walklus, of this city, and re *pe< (fully solicits a continuance to his new house. In thus appear Ing ..n lbe theatre of business alone, 1 do so with fall confidence in ray busme** qualification that the Interest of consignees will be faithfully reprriientcd j Liberal cash a«lvauces made on consignments of produce In Rdrsa. to : Messrs Lewis Wchb A Son, Wadsworth, Turner A Co . and John Hooker, K>»q , Richmond; John M. Otey, K*q , Chl»w* II Dabney, K*<| . Messrs Peters, Hpenc* A Co., and Messrs. MrCorkle k Jones. Lywehbwrg. Va )a94—tf GHUDP i. t LLEII \ FOR PATENT AMBROTYPES AND PHOTOGRAPHS. FBNIIK iUJIlMCHIIII'K having fitted up a suit «»f room* In elegant E st fWiiitiilan llall. Is uo« prepared to wall on the pub lic and furnish Diem with superior pictures, at uuslerate prices. The Ainhrolypc, hem* hi rmettcally sealed between two plates of fin.- polls!>e«l glass, |hy a cement which not only securrs, hut gild* and beautiflr* the impression.) Is proof against action of water or acids, or the variations of climate in long sea voyages, and is the only kind of picture that will remain unchanged l»y time lhcy t an be taken from the vise of full life to the smallest miniature, anil In one quarter the time of the Daguerreotype. They are not reversed, can Imj seen in any light as an engraving; hence are very suitable for Pins, lockets, and large Frames, as well as Cases. The extreme popular ity of the Ambrotypes. ha* gtren rise to much Imposition. Counterfeits upon glass, cnvrred with black varnish, are often sold for Ambrotypes. None are genuine without the pat ent stamp The puldic are Invited to call and examine specimens at lh**A.“l,f,,rT,'ll tiAUJJMr» CoaiaTHia* ll*u.,Ma;n street.between 9th and loth. P. K. GIDII8 Richmond, January 26, lb&6. UEIH'IU^iTN IN S| ||.% Mi; (OTIPANY OF RICHMOND.—This Company Is now prepared to issue Fire Marine Insurance Policies on as reasonable terms as other good of flees. Claims for losses will, in all cases, be promptly and fairly adjusted and paid. No charge for the Policy In any case. Office, fo.- the present, on the East side of 19th st , near Main up stairs. DiaacToaa: Wm. H. Christian, Wm. Breeden, John Purcell, Thomas R Price. Wm. G. Paine, • Ja«. Thomas, Jr.. Lewi* Glnter, John Currie, Jr.# Aug Anderson, Ja*. Dunlop, Jaa L. Apperton, Wm. II. Ilaxal), Roscae B. Heath, John D Quarles, John Dooley, David J. Burr, Rlch'd O. Haskins, Larkin W. Olaaebrook, Lewi* D. Crenshaw D. Von Gronlng, Joseph R. Anderson, Emanuel Miller. John C. Blnton, Ed. U. Sklnker, Franklin Stearns. , „ M _ . A PLEASANTS, President. J. II- MojrTsorx, 8ec*y. JeM. •91 9 tilt VI A FUKTEH, tbrner Governor and Franklin 8tre*t*% HA\ E In store a fine assortment of superb Furniture (Rich mond make.) to which they ask the attention of the public. Tt*ey esteem their furniture of a quality unsurpassed by any manu factured in this couulry, being practical mechanic* themselves, and giving direct and personal supervision to all the details of their manufacturing operations. They only ask a call from those who want good furniture, ensaging simply to offer them a splendid arti cleat a very reasonable price. nr-Thry give especial attention to CndrrtaHng, and hold aK?M*TeJ •* "** h«>urs,and at shortest notice, to provide Meta Hr (t/ses.Mahogany or Poplar Coffins.wlth shrouds.Hearse and hacks, Ac. P. B. One or two varnlshers and polishers wanted, to whom per manent employment will be given. If Immediate application is ****•• _Jv94 SAYIM.S IlMTITVTIOR Of RIGHIIOIVD*^ Office removed to the store of Chrlatlan A Lathrop, No. 99 Ma n Ht-— In consequence of the resignation of David K ('rinr Wm It Christian was unsnimmuls elected Cashier. The offlre has been re moved lo the etore of Christian A l-athrnp, where depoelte will l-e received, on which an Interest of 6 per cent, will he paid on all sums remaining on deposit sis months or longer, and Bee per cent, for a shorter period Ola Institution has been In existence twenty-eight years, has loaned over eight millions of dollars ; has no suspended debt, has never lost one dollar,or failed lo pay any eerilBeale when due. ■foil* THOMPSON. President, ... . h'M H. CHRISTIAN. Cashier, ■MB—dip__HU fill W\ PRV. Secretary._ m: f h i: t ii k t THU KMI Kllllltll Kllll mb: CO., OP Tint CITY OP NKW YORK. Ohartere.1 he the Stale of New York, with s capital of f«iai,isin la prepared lo supply orders for lee fur shipping al the shortest notice inn on thf most rriintiiMf term*. The managers of this Company hivr had mnrr than twenty year* experience In the tea trade and are able to refer to persons from all ae«tlona of the Plate for tlielr awcceas ta parking Ice for shipping lo a way to seeur* from watt* and loaa hy melting Thla company haa now in store tons of ke, of a quality and thlckneae equal to any ever offered to the public Ordere eent to R. T. COMPTON, President of the Company, No. MW Oanal afreet, will receive prompt attention. N M Vc*-rld taking In cargo a our depot# on the llodeon river, ' will not h* «utye t to port chargee, whllet they will alwaya be prnvl ded with good dockage and aafe harbor*. Iff* I ai qcn it** oxer* tin oivrr vn vameni r*xieu ta ms *v Tim onraa. jul—Aw. , IHON II IIMTI II I . PMNlfPNrW YORK rot N|>RY. RAILING, AND IRON FIJRNI ■ TI’RF WORRP— Furnish all kind* of Ca*t and Wrooght lane Works r**K ftriu-no- A greater variety of Pattern* for Iron Rail ing than any other establishment In New York, amllthe largest Man* ufactory of Iron Furniture In the United Plate* PANDFORD A TABU. Jull Pm M Green street, New Yf»rV| NOTH 1 f " F. Hanger's WHIRR Y, formerly held hy Me*«r* Deane A Hro*n, and re cently hy Mr. T Ja* Deane, haa, with the consent of Mr Deane, been transferred to u*. We have In More, ami eipeet to keep a con stant supply of "Did Rye " and " Family/' who* we offer to the trade and to consumer* at the same rate* charged by the former •(T*bta. (}el**J # Bt’RTON A OREKNHOW. VOT Iff!. -The *o bar fiber having on the BT>th of March last * W purchased the Business so long and favorably carried on by Mr William Booth, be Would respectfully solicit a • ontlnuanee of the patronage formerly extended to him, and would also call the attrn lion of the public In general to a large ami well levied Morb of OooIb tn hi* line, recently purchased and added to the original stock, all of which will he *otd on the most reasonable terms WM A WAlsTFRP. Upholsterer and Paper Hanger, No IP> Main street. corner of 19th N. ||.~ Mr Wtn.uw Robyvw wRI aiway* he found at the old sta.id, and wonld solicit a continuance of the patronage of all Ms former ■•tiMomer* In the new concent apt A SIM Al'.Al.MD €' .4 N At. Now I* the time to procure the se Cans, and Iho e who Wonld like to luxuriate over Fresh Fruit and Vegetables ,*n mid-winter, should supply themselves at oner #rt4 Br I K i if A 00 , 1*9 Main Pt fBVVBtsM. Pi M’M MNARDYi fee Jyll IAMM vt inht« »n Hit NT Nf'H 4 All »«« AtMANn'N HMIAIfl , M AON FBI A : Murray's Fluid Msgnesia ; Tarrant's Relt#*r Aperient, Fine Willow Charcoal, In small bottles, Caothartdal Col Iwdlon ; Isinglass and Adhesive Plaster , Herring's and other Rng lleh Medicinal Retracts, and alt the Pharmacol**.al Fluid RvtracU sold and prepared hy MRADF A BARFR. Pbarmaceulists )/*• I'M N. W.J'or Main A 10th Pt# \NI Kll IA xlll U«N dlea Pclssors, Ac., of If Wendt's celebrated make, warranted ta quality. In new and Improved patterns amt the only complete as envtnaenl made, for sale by RDWARD CORNING A CO , W John street, New for*. Affatite far H Weodt. •hfe-Amoa NEW YORK APVERTI.SK.ilENTS. tmm SKII.I.1N. \ln.1CIIKR.~UWE.N A SCHELL. '......01^ r»r«« Unc.a, No M4 Iamwit, Ndw luu PLATE lMi WI.TDOW U.ISS. Hr**°V> KTHirTURIIN A CO., Xo, ft CUf Mr*, York. Immstuu aid Maippactpum' Aoutf. Ut.onre’s Rngllih (Mi**t, Crown nod i-rystal Plata Window Glass Fluted Uinta for Mky-ligtit*. Green House*, ru , Ac Colored. Ornamental, Optical and Hlcrnacop.r Gta**. The London and Manchester riate Gloss C»m|«nT'i Thick Pol ished Plate tor Store Window*. Ac., Ac Rougti Glass for Floors and Mfcy light* Attention Is Invited to the above various description* *f Window Glass In uae for IHoree, Dwelling*, and other purpose* Tie quality of the#* article* is Inferior to no corresponding description, and lii ,i;“* "m dfcnd bettor lhau Ml* French Id IU freedom from Stain, Ku.l, Ac * ■aln* Agent. for two of thr large.! Gla.. Manufacturer. Id Ko ropr, we ar« enabled luoSrr dralere and other. every advantage In prlcr. and lam Muck.. Price LUU will Le IjmuM ou apullcalkui FKL.MH WT.MKHV GLASS.* EUWAHIt P. IIICKIi:. 14 4 <’AW.rr. Mr*. X r. two dour. Mil of Hudson Rlrrr Railroad Il. p .(, offer. to Iteai vr, and CoiiMimrr. hi, celebrated brauil. of french Window Glato od favorabt# term.. Partin wlthing Infurtaatluii will he ftirntab«d with price. on receipt uf their addrraa. Glaa. cut to an, dwlrrl pattern, and pache-f free of char*, apis—|yr.-[»»•) FOB TUE 1,000,000 ! ' *’• N. PAT KMT MAItltU: t'OnPAMV, IMI Tdodpui, Braier, K. T , nf MANTLES. TABLE TOPS. M , ^^l-MNB. PEUtPTALR. Ac., la Sent,la. Rrocatrllr, and all Italian Marble. Til. article, which I, a preparation of Marble [>„.!, chemically combined wl’h mineral culure. .u a. to be- moulded Inbi any form and color, by which a marble can be manufactured at low Mian ball the cu.t of the common material, ohlle U ricel. Il lo dura bility and beauty. Unlike Marble,*d Iron and Stale, there I. no •ur'nce work, the color running Into th* ms** of the material, while n® varnish Is arvd to give a t«ui|Ni(arfWuty to tbs surface. Mss llv* from $4 to $4*>. Table T -pe, Af . •**••»»., .-neap Right* for the j/d—/.trurfain/ gttu of above for the different o*«a«s, match will ensure tinmen** return* to thota Interesting them selves. Informatioo furnished ou application to . . „ PETER RKNNIK. President, or I‘AV-NEW TORE oqgs—ly—[s,v*t«] SAFETY' FUSE. |iW» Min tig Purpose*, and for fgulUng Charges, both In vet -M- dry blasting, of four different kinds. The cotton and hemp Fuse- al*o, the single and double Tape Water Fuse. Manufactured and sold by GLENN PITMAN, - . * Liberty ft., New York. fW Orders promptly filled for all kinds of Gun Powder, of the most approved brands. Edge's F.ahlbiUonal Fire-Works, Ship Wg _ n.it-i— ly [. ,.A*.J A\ ITAI.iy.IM. fl.K.nUNTI TO CONSUMPTIVES, A Phyalclan of high al.ndliie, and former y a Profe.aor Id our of the Medical luMllulloD. of Mil. country n«w retired from active practice, who ha. Iieen .uffrring from Pulmonary Dlavaae, dihCoerr ro.1. Wh ir travelling in South Ara-rlca fut M. health, a cure forCou •umptlun, Hronchltla, Cough., Ctdda.and general drhlllty; and bring aware dial Ttiouund. are .uffrring and dying annually from Hi i. tuu.1 dreadful of all dlcrawr., hr I. ilcyrou., from the principle, of humanity, of making known Mil. mo.t valuable remedy. Upon the receipt of Fifteen Cento, In Portage Stamp., or Change', he will mod » receipt with full dlrectloD. for making and .uuce..lully u.mg It. The amount required, I. applied for Postage, and the payment of Mil. advertisement. Add rev.—B F. IIKVEROUGII, M. D., , , Bog tS, P. O., Brooklyn. N. V. _Je 17—tf [e. t A co) FIRST PREMIUM GOLD MEDAL PIANO-FORTES ST HI N WAY & SONS, SIAM FArn KtKS, 84 AMI 88 Walker Street, ■ ■*R MOADVAT, UW Tt'SB, RttPECTFliJ.V coll the attention of the imbltc^w^BB^— to their splendid assortment of armi-grand an.iWM^WM squar* Pianos, whl-h, for volume of ton*, elasticity off f # T|| touch, brauty of finish, and every tiling that renders a Piano perfect, are unsurpassed. They w«rc awarded the First Premium for boll, kinds. In compctUkiu with the most distinguished makers from Bos ton, Philadelphia, New York and Baltimore NEW TRIUMPH. Ptkixwat A b>w have just been awarded the First Premium Onu» Mbml (over all cotn|’*iUors) at th* late* Fair of the American Institute, Crystal Palace, for the aasr PUuo-Tortes OCl*—tf-lii.VOrtJ TILTON AND MCFARLAND", \| *m i.Ycrt hems or the u'oui.o-ur:. iTl NOWNKD HALAMANDK SAVES, HANK VAULTS, Ac Baltimore Depot, i4A Pratt Street, ly Bolon Papal, 14 Howard Street. (t a) ><• »« I i, r r | mm, it It il l li i; itN & CO. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN Drugs, Paint*. Oils, Dyes, Perfumery, Stc., no KILL AM STKKT, .Ve.r York INVITE the altentloo of the trade their larr- and varied Hock of Drugs, Paints, Oil*. Perfumery, Ac , Or, In addition to thrlr regular Importation ol Staple Drugs, the* are alao receiving, direct from the source* „f production and tuanufar lure, supplies of Tooth, llalr and N.iil Brush* s, Lb oners, Corks, klor tars, Hpong.s, french and English Perfumery, Luhln's Extracts, and many other articles usually embraced In Druggists' stocks, which Htvy are alao enabled to offer on ti*e most advantageous terms. Orders, either lu person or by mail, will receive prompt attention auS—ly(vss) K.U.s AND KAfaUIMi. MOVES * WHITTLESEY. NO. BO WATER STREET. . NEAR OLD BLIP, NEW YORK, Bate constantly on hand, and nuim/Jacti/re toorder% HAGS AND .SACKS, HEWED AND BKAMLEHH, for all uses, and of every desirable style and quality. They would especially call aUeullon lo their unequalled facilities for MAKIVl ANII PIIINTINH bails ok sacks for FLOUR, MEAL, HO aim, BUCKWHEAT, HAMS, SALT, SPICES, fcc., &c., all of which they furnish to order. In the most approved style 1 de sign and printing, and with quirk dispatch. Also Importers and Dealers lu GUNNY BAGS AND BAGGING, and various kinds of Thrrad aud Twine, both Liuen and Cotton, of which we arr receiving continual xupjJiea. jyft£—ly IMPORTANT I" inn ni:k»:i:i*»:ics am# di am ks! THE HOPE MILLS, 71 Fulton Street, and 71 Beckman Streel, XEW YORK, PRINCIPAL Oiw. Iiw Front street, N«w You, Factory, No/ Sd ST, and nfc Kwlson Street, Jersey City. The Proprietors of this long and w*-|| known COPPKK AND HPICE KATAHLIHHMKNT, Continue to prepare the b«*t Pfuirmsu'+uUcsil Pointer* in use, for raising Bread. Biscuit, Tea and other Cakes, Ac They also prepare J Mustard. Cocoa, and many other articles of dally us. In every fami ly, which they offer upon the most reasonable terms Catalogues went to dealers who request them. ir*>— lyD**) R. li ij.o isham. N. B.—Consumers advised n* inquire for lloni Mill* artlclaa. SX1IA\%' GOODlL " »ve to ctUtbi attention of all who are in want of N T It A W GOODS* to our beautiful assortment, via : Ladles* Beaver and Leghorn Riding Hats and Rats Do layhorn. Braid and Htraw Flat* and Bloomers Children's Htraw Goods, of every variety Boys’ and youths' Leghorn and Braid lint* Do do Htraw Caps Gent's IsrgWn. Braid, Panama. Henate and Hiawatha Hals; and last, but not least, those beautiful India Hats, which for neatness cannot be excelled. Besides, x large assortment of Hirxw floods for servants, such as Vairo Lvaf, Mountain Leghorn and the noted Shanghai Straw Hat, to which wV most rvepvctfully call the attention of our friends and visitors to the city. HINfOKIi, DICKINSON A WKISIHKH, |r4__ No. It Esin Mrs COMMERCIAL SAVINGS BANK. Chartered by the Legislature of Virginia Dec. 17th, 1853. CAPITAL FIFTY TH0U8AXD DOLLARS. PRNHIS INHTITtTION receives deposits on which Interest Is paid mL m ids rate oi six per cent per annum If remaining on deposit ffta months, and firs per cant tor shorter periods. WM 0. PAINE, President, GEO J SUMNER,Secretary, HENRY W. QUARLES,Treasurer. DIRECTORS Wm. 0. Paine, of the firm of Rent, Paine A Co., James I,. Apperson, M •• " Ooddlo A Apperson, A-iir. Anderson, " M " A. Anderson A Co., R Harkedale, •• •• •• Barksdale. Btorall A Co., Thos. 0. Baldwin, •• M •• Krt'u, Baldwin A Co.. Robert T. Brooke, H. Christian, M " M Christian A Uthrop, Claiborne, Jno Dooley. Lewis Glnter, " • •• 0 In ter A Afrey, R B. Heath, Samuel P Uthrop, M *• •• Christian A Uthrop, R. W MHi ruder, M •• M 0. MoOrudn'* Sona, Samuel M. Price, " •• •• Thos. K Price A Co., Henry W. Quarles, Jno. P. Roberta, M M ** Smith A Roberts, Gro. J. Puinner. Jno. C. Prhafer, A T Stokes, M M •• 0tokes A Co. Offices! the store of Henry W. Quarles, Ho. 15 Pearl street, Or 19 FASHIONABLE SPRING CLOTHING. HENRY SHAFER, *0. 103 Mil* STRKKT. CORKER IITH, M ■ AP now on hand, at.d offers for aale on liberal terms, the most ' II fashionable, h. «t made and cheapest assortment of KKADY-MADK rUfTIIINCl ASP »iKNTI,i:Si:N'» » l HSIKIIISO (10(11X1 , ta be found In the cite, embracing erery appr>>re.| etyle and qualltr. Hie goods are made up from the moat choice patterns of French, i HoarUei and German Importations. Gentlemen wishing 6ne Clothing are Inrlted to call and examine h4« stock fi| ROSKHOOn 4!NIt MUI00ANY. *■011* eubarrlbera would inform the cabinet manufacturer*, piano* ■ forte makers, aod others uf this city and elrlnity, that they | hare opened a yard with suitable building*, *• No 07o Wadilnginn Ptreet, In the eliy of New York, where ther hare on hand x large and eery eupertor stuck of the floes* wood to he found in the United states We offer IV.tNNi ft In, «ud extra floe rosewtwvl renecra. Af»,«k«0 ft. do do mottled mahogany reneers. Nfl.flmi fl. do main gany shaded vene»r*. 40,OOfl ft. plain do. do. do •9,500 ft. mahogany crotch reneers, rariou* aieue. 00,000 fin# do drawhutt veneers •0/100 extra fine mahogany, do do. ft. fin# Mistered figured walnut, do 4>»,tMXi ft. mottled do do. do . fio/ino ft. walnut crotch rmrers. draw Mitt stare. 04.000 ft do do do ear Iowa do •0,000 ft. fine and extra fine auttn wood rmerr# ffl.Otx* ft. uebr* renrer* 47.000 ft mrlrd and btrdN ewe maple reneers 77/100 ft seasoned rourwood, mahogany, and satin Wood hoards olank. and Joist of all thi.Xnees Plano and Cabinet Most dlngx, nw* different patterns, aft at serf low price#, and upon a* h sorable terms aa any other establishment In the country Orders wilt he fitted with the utmost rare and dispatch IIA WM A Wfl.bOUOVIPY. Ho 0T0 Washington Ptreet, hetween Ibadi and North Mo *r# st. •!*• -Mm _ New York C *v | H - sin |i. co\l 111 HI D nn GNANIM W TED PUG AM-f. r aale hy F II PRINK FR A CD , jW _ Hu A# Gary st I mm.imi ii, nnnun imo. »•..u h, r * ■ PKINKRRSCO, ijH !»». n C»rj «, . ANDREW WIND’S AMERICAN, I 'ANAVIAN, EURttPEAN A WEST INDIES aovkkti»i*«j * mbmhiftiosi ohkk. No. 1M Nunmi Strut, a art Amor to Nuuioi NihA NEW YORK. NEW YORK, HMF..YIKM * MirrHAnmY. (’SITED STATES MAIL STEAMERS. I1 HE *•*!»»* « O YI I’UIOIMl e-e-m X MM Ho* ar.ahe WASHINGTON. Captain K. Ca*»pr. HERMANN. Cap. In,...n Uw.. There • teamen "to* at Southampton, both going , and r. turning ■ • " Proposed Bates or sailing— ism. From South ■ From From amptob fur Nrw York. Bremen. New York. MkMw. SuhtrAno. IFofaaw/,1. Haaatxt...Jat.'jr *<t Feh'y *4 pel,'. *7 Wauaiaurtm .Feb'ir W March** Mar ** llaaa.aa ... .Mar'h *1 April l» April *s Waaanoma .April 1* May IT May tl Wamtuon* .Juos u j.i, „ j , ,4 ”"****.Jaly It *»Wt • Aur't 5 WarunyoTus...Auy't • Sept'r • Srpfr |« Ji.*"*1**. M-pfr * Ocfr 4 Ort*r H Ruaiaorox .Ocfr 4 Norr I Nor*r a .tlor-r 1 Nor-, ** D^'r S • • • ■■ ■ ..»•»> *» Dac’r *T Drc'r *1 Stopping at Southampton, both (nine and returning. they offer paaernger.. proceeding to Londna and Havre, advantage* over anv room, lor the economy .r ume and moniy. 7 r«M»ua raow m rung Toaom.wrT.,a .*n Sa«^d dob»dnM%ln *,*‘i rir*' C%bl", *-*« Salooo. 9110; w“ S.”***V.* P*” through tie l*o.l Office, ^o bin. of lading win be etgued or parrrle r. aired on the day o UF Atnec • - * •— ,.«> ewaaehed to each ship FIT mrlfftiTor paaaaffe, apply to C H. S.XD, 11 South William at.. New York. C. A. HEINESRN A CO., Bremen. CROSKKY A GO., Southampton Jal.-lytW]_WM UELIN. Havre. STEAM BhTM KEY NEW YORK & GLASGOW. __ OtRRAlMRg EDINBURGH, 2.VR> u>cib, ... Wh Ccmm:so "jT~ NEW TORK, 21.V> »• ... Roar. Caakj. GLASGOW, lMf ... Jnia Th* OI»mu« and New Tork Stratxuhip Company tnUnd aalfiog tbrlr new and powerful Steamer* Iron New Tork for Glasgow di rect, a* under : EDINBURGH, Saturday, September ISth. NEW YORK. GLASGOW, Saturday, August 16tn, 12 o'clock, noon. *ATt« or PamauI. First CIm* .. |*^ A llralie*! number of Third Cl a** Passenger* will br taken. supplied with provisions of go*d quality, properly cooked, at . . goo An experienced Surgeon attached to each Stearner. For Freight or Passage, apply to JOHN McSTMON, „ _ . S3 Broadway, N. T. New York City Bills or Gold only received f<*r Pa»*agr del<—dly * T EVE MM II O l HE, „ _ (law Detmcnlco', Hotel.) n,„ *®« ** *SD *7 HHU4DU'A V, Opposite Dowling Oreen. NEW YORK IRHE under.,gr.ed aralls hfta»rlf of this opportunity of in l forming Id. friend, and the public that he hat 1et.cd fci the above named House for a terra of yean, and has made JEM eaten«lrr alteration, and repair., and omitted nothing that will tend to the accommodation or comfort of gueet. Thr llouaa haring been newly furnIdled throughout, In the moft thorough and modern rtyle with a view to conrenlcnca and comfort and aa It will br conducted 00‘b* hurt.pean plan, and with an eaperiancad caterer, and tho rough cooks, he hopes to g|re satisfaction to tho.e who favor him wim their patronage, which haa ncrar failed while In other Hotel. In U*l’f',F- , JOHN O'GRADY Ja New York, June l«t. 14S*. )e14—1m—[W] n ' i rr a .n u r suacco. PETER LORILLARD, MANVFACTCMIt, No. 4* Chatham .treat. New York. LCCJESSOR of PKTxa A Gaoaut UnuLLaaii. offer, for talc all •F’u^Ccamory can be obtained by addrewlng aeaboe..— TbI• Eatabludmie.it la on* of the oldert of the kind In the Cnltad *ut'*_ _ _ _ taalS-ly (w.) «r wit. iton \>< »: ami u %< UA NEH8, being tranetatlone from the french, new edition, beau llfully illustrated. Catalogue, eent free, on enclosing a three-cent •tamp to H. 8. <» SMITH A CO.. inaW—#oi— [w] Bog 4*10, K«W York, p O. HAVANA IM. AN LOTTERY. NIOKK l’KI/I s THAN BLANKS. 7.707 PRIZES—$102,000—OXLV 15.000 Xl’MBERS! JASPKKtOIXTV ACADEMY LOTTERY BY AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA , . . CLAIM »». To Iw drawn Aug V.th, 18WS, at CONCERT HALL. Macon. Geo., un der the Sworn Uopertotendencc of Col. Gw.. M. Lima* and la». A ifIKT, Ka«(. Pal rone w ill please eiamloc thle eclwme carefully -compare It T USSI’ r",J ,f “ U “°* ,U: **<•«• ..IT-red, ami the chance, tu obtain capital* far better, don t iHirriiaie tickets. , „ . CAPITAL «| 5.000. »***. IIUNk .MUM J .. . IM** I*. ll.iaiu lJ m .. «.<*« 1 .... !viO are a fm »» Approximation* of $5t> to K»,ou<» prize are. do of 2T» to it.iKS) prize are ...... 1 do of *Mo «.•*** prize are. I ,uuo do of 1-X *o each of the capitab of li*a» are. I aw,,, 7,a»0U Prizes of are.. Wl&n 7,767 Prize*, amounting to. .il(M ikVi dedocu.M.' *Un *ft; Qjlrlcr*- PrUe, payable without . *'* *" determined hy the drawing of the cap tat «f #13,11011; If the numtwr that draw, the capital i, an even nu.n Iwr. thow Tt.-k.-u ending with ll. 3! 4. «, -i, are entpied In $.v, • if an odd number. Uumw Tlckeu eodlng with 1, 8, a, are entitled t„ In addition to any other prlae whllh may be drawn Purchaser, to buying an equal quantity of odd and eren nurotu-r Tlck-i-, will be certain of drawing nearly one-half the coat of the ..mjn-lth chance, of obulning other prlv* tW~ Prraon.i sending money hy mall need not fear Ita la-hig lo.h Order, punctually attended to. Communication* conBdcntl.1 It .-i* Tickrt. Ukcn •* p*r- Lrawing* .rut to all ordering M#T wlthirig particular number* thoald order immediately JAMES F. WINTER, Manager. Jl! ______ Macon. Gz. ***** U:,»LIT. KDViZfl T. DOBtSSoH LA’DLEY A- ROBINSON. GRAM ATES OF THE PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF PHARMACY. PRACTICAL CHEMISTS AND PH A RMA CEP TISTS, AKFII.P. to country phy»lclane and faralllee a in-rfrctly „ " " **w *n<7 rata* stock of pure ami reliable Mi Dll’INEj», *CX4 together with Sraoans'H I*.-TariiKXT>, 1'k.amiaxv Paxct V^r Goods,and aH othsr things Ui the Drug line, wl.lci* U«y will Z& sell on the be*t terms. iyr~ (Themleal and Pharmaceutical Preparation* mad* to order, and sent to any part of tha country. LAIDLEY k RODINSOX, 0017 Drug store, 4th ar J Franklin streets, Ri haoatf. I. INI N A Ml I > I , AUCTIONEER* AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, T* Jf.ll* street, Ricktrnmfl, Va. WILL give their undivided attention to all sales of Rea! and Personal Extate. sale of Household Furniture, Stock. Goods Ac . Ar.; also, special attention to sales on Saturdays of IL.rsr* i Cow*. Carriages, Wagons, Ac., Ac. * Alsu, keep constantly on hand the largest and handsomest stock of Furniture to be found in this market, consisting In part of— Mahogany and Rosewood Wardrobes do Marble ami Mahogany top Cabinet*. Sideboards and Wasr.ttand* Splendid Spring Seat Sofas, Tetr a Tete*. Divans and Lounges Spring S*at Parlor, Cane ami Windsor Chair* Spring Cur’d Rockers, Sociables, Whatnots. AI*o. a beautiful assortment of Chamber Setts, together with a general assortment of IIoum keeping Good*. The city and country trade are Invited to examine our collection. ” y ?*!',«*5rn,,D*d *° idl % TerF «nall Advance on cost ocSA KL* JAMES N. SHINE. I HOn %S U . KI.IM 1 , A IT r* rP I rv X.T XT# TT# T» OFFICE AT GEO. J. SIMMER'S, * SO. 20 PEARL STREET, RICHMOND, VIR6I3IIA, will attend to the Mir of ^ALjwrA?A^„^a^^0„^M„cnA;tt>,gKi J OM >«. s II \ |t , TAILOR ASD DRAPKR, _ RXCHANOK ftriLDIJJO, W "Timm iT«m. «icnii..*f, Tiaoiiu 0UI.D r,«pjctf»ill/f»li alunUoo lo hliur, •tj;nn'!iPRTVr} .n<l II MMRR OOOM. vrS6_ » mwb “TOWRA. OFFER for nit a general assortment of genome »■_•«...... -i wayt freth, and a great variety of Fancr articles. Perfumery’, Ac., at price* a« low a* they can be bought in the city i*9« GRUBBS a APPKRSON. No. 901 Broad ft WIM I % S % I II IK, M4*rr*crrasa, lunmraa «vn r»i ,i*a r* PAI.1TN, OILS, GLASS. AMI ARTIST S MATERI ALS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, Jfr>. 149 Jflrftfn *trr*i, /?», P i ja14 JOREPIl l %ltso> A COsy PIT-t raaoRa TO THOS. J. CARSO.1 a CO., LIGHT STREET. BALTIMORE. MD , W§£ * T ft. M * PIIOIIIM AVII GRMRAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, and Dealer* tn Pork. Lard, Ac EW“ Order* reepectfully aolGIled. Ja17—Am 1MIK I I II II II 11 till IIOI vi flllll Subscriber#, having removed to their new Fscl wy on Cary U. Street, between Fth and B*th btreeta, are prepare*I I# rwilh order* for all kind* of Agricultural Machine* and Implement* of the latest and mott approved pa»tcrn*. which will he made of the he#t material* and of superior workmanship They a«k attention to "Oardweir* double and single fra re* I Horsepowers sod Thresher*," which have t then a premium at every Fair at which they have Nsn exhibited. Also, to "GruAMR** Clod Crusher," Manny** Patent Reaper and Mower," the best in »t«r, Fawkes* Patent Lime and Guano Spreader, hlfhlv approved, liar Presses, llay Rsk.-s . Corn j Sh.-llem, from fl*» to $A* , Smith’s Psient Straw Cutter. Grain Cra dle*. Ac ; Rich** Patent Iron Warn Plow; of various #l*e*. A They •uhjoln th* opinion of the Hon William C Rive*, of «hr*r Plow# BALDWIN. CARDWELL A CO. I1 Richmond, February 97. Cirri* llitx, 1!kh Dec 1-*A4. . fW Ww B Svnrotrh>s Dear Sir I take pl'-trirr In re rdmg here my impression of the performance of your Plow (Rich** Iron Sent,, patent) *t Cobhani to day The work was far more thorough I And oempl.tr it,* w I ever saw In I- I iThe furrow opened by It was very ge nerally IS Inches <leep *nd slnutt VI ItMfcjRI . I «# • • cleaned owl, none of the snl earth falling hark Into H. I The trial of lire plow was witnessed by many of my atRkhn* among whom I will mention Messrs Frank R Nelson, J It Oenett j J II 19911,0 B Hopkins, Thomas Wa*#on, of l^-psa. A ,n | Itlcal men and most ever Hen t judge* of agricultural implements. at»d there was but one opinion among them as to the superiority and un | eaeepGonable performance of your ntow ; W ishing you equal success rlsrwhere In making tht* valuable lm I plemmt favorably known to our apru nltural brethren, I remain, yours truly, f*tS . WILLIAM 0 RIVRA (SOP I HTVI'KAVII rWe have this dav amort a ted wit) J us tn business, 0 M. Pttsasur*. The business will herraftei he conducted uftder the Arm of Vau law, Tath i A Co JuS VAN LEW A TAVIOR M HIH V. .'*-•• P ’• 'V* r. mi, *. t* • K ' t .m-i F<-. I ft ) rVksburg Depot For sale hy I Jit# SWRILDS A SOMERVILLE \fl. I t I ll*l'l It IH IIHnhft NUN* llalifa* No l 11 1 Clipped Herrings, receiving for sale hy E. h SKINKER a CO . J|R Mo. At Cary «l. MEDICAL. MAI.TIIOMK LOCK MOMHITAL. '■V»R POINDER^ '.Brr. the ■«. ML €ertmlnt speedy %d only effectual remedy in the world for MECRKT DIl'KAl'K*. mmutrhorn. Gleets, JUWriuras.ActnJnaJ Wrahucu, Pains iu the Loin* I Oeostituti' fiai D~bUttjJ Impnt*oey, Wrakn--s , f u.e it*. « • ! Limb*. Affections of the Kldn*s. Palpitation of the il«sri, Dv»^sr bous Irritability. Dlsrgee f the Ilea l. Throat. Nos* or feui. and * Uiuse serious sod meAn.-holy disorders arising from the *«pirtnr habiu of youth, w Me I destroy buih body and mind Tha*w eecr and solitary prartl.esire more fatal to their Wtiro« than the s«.i . of the Syrens to the tanners of Ulysses, blighting their o n nr Uant hopes or antklpgions, rendering marriage. Ac , Ibu«m|I>U. TOCWO MKN, especially, who have i* ome the virtlms of Solltarv Vk that 4rn ful and destructive lab It which annually >v>e|N In ar. out ba drnve thousands of yotng men of D»e most exalted tainu* at-d bru Uant in telle* t, who midi otherwise have entranced listening ftsnat with the thunders of eUuustice, or w*k< d to ecstasy the living iyi csll with full confflence. MARRIAGE. Marrle«l Persona, or Young Men contemplating Marriage, being aware of Physical Wmknees, Organs- Debility. Deformities, Ac . should Uumediahely conadl Dr. Johnston, and Ur restored to psrfo « health. lie who places hkasett under the care of Dr. Johnston Baay reh giousiy couAde In his hsoor as a geniktaan, and conAdeotlj rwij upon his skill as a physlcfen ORGANIC WRAKNEAP Immediately cured and fall vigor restored The disease is the Deuaily most frequently paid fey those who hav* become the victims of improper lodetfswes. Young persons are U® apt to commit from not being a wars of the droadfal rtun. quenoss that may soeue New. wh<\ that andt»*e sutgc i Wdl pretend to dear that |K» r-— *< erocf^tl n is l<st sooner by . 1|,r,'p*r by the prudent. Beside D^^Vtarired the plsusure of healthy offspring, the most serious mttJ symptoms to both body and mind arise. The systrn *** Physical and mental powers weakened, ner TOO. deblUty, dy.pepala, paip.Lallon of the heart, lodiacatlon.a ... Hn, o. the frame, cooffh, tympu>m. of rnti.uropllon etc Dr JOHNSTON 1. the ..nty regular Phyvtclao ad,,rttet.,, u, oar. PrtT.le UmpUuiO, Hi. remedte. and treatment ore entirety u:. known to oU other.. Prepared from * UA .pent In the rrral llowi toll of Europe and the Br.t In thl* roontry, tH. Enotond Prone. ^ Weekley of PhUo.lrlpi.io, Ac., ood o more ertmatve preattee than ony other PhyaSdan In the world. Hie many wonderful core* oi.d Important Purflcal operation. ore o • efficient ruoronWe to the Tb<» »ho wtoh to I*. .peeddy and effectually relieve-* ehould ahun the namrroai trtein, Impcler.. who only ruin tber heolth. ood apply to him. Oman No. ; SOLTH FREDERICK STREET, left bond ante r lnt from Baltimore street, seven doors from the corner. H*" particular In observing the name and number, or you will mistake the place. ' TAKE NOTICE—Observe the name on the door and Win dows. A CURE WARRANTED, OR NO CHARGE. IN FROM ONE TtJ TWO DAY*. XO XKRi'l'R V OR XA rS£oCS DRVGH CSKb. DR. JOHNSTON, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, graduate from one of Die most eminent Colleges of the Unite! t>utr«, and the greater K« 5? ,n Hospitals *.f London, Par:*. I hlladelphla and elsewhere, has effected some of the most astonish ing cures that was ever known. Many Doubled with ringing In the ears and head when asleep, great nervousness, being alarm*-.! at sud den sounds, and bashfulness, with derangement of mind, were cured Immediately. A CERTAIN DIffKAPR. . ,'h* »n<l Imprudent votary of pleasure find, he ha. Imhtbed the teed, of thl* painful dttea-e, It too often happen, that an ill-timed an* of .harne, or dread of dlaoTery, deter, him , ,n api;1^1'** Jo tboar who, from education and respectability, car alone befr,end him, drlaylnr till the conatitutional •ymptom. of lhi» horrid .Iterate make llielr appearance, .uch a< ulcerated aure throat, dlaeaaed note, nocturnal palna In the head and limb*, dlmneaa ol tight, dcaftiess, nodes on the thin bones and arms, blotches on the head, face and cxtrem t.es, prugresslag with frightful rapidity, till at last the palate o' the mouth or the bone* „f the n&s« fall in, and the dlteaae become, a horrid object of commlter. h?m'm" d'*U‘ PUt* * p'rtoJ *° hl* dreadful .uffcrlnira. by aendm, “That U.urne from whence do traeeller returna.M To aoch, theref .re. Dr JOHNSTON pledjre, hlintelf to preaere, the moat Inelolal.le tecrecy; and. from hU . atenalee practice* In the fir*! Hospital* In Europe and America, he can confidently recon. mend a aafe and ipeedy cure to the unfortunate victim of thia horrid It Is a melancholy fact that thousands fall victim* to this dreadful complaint, owing to the onskilf«Imm of Ignorant pretender*, who, by the u*e of that dreadful poison, mercury, ruin the constitution and eltlkcr send the unfortunate sufferer to an untimely rrave cr else* make the residue of life miserable. 3 n , ,, TAKE particular notice. Dr. J addreawe all those who hare injured il.emaeleee be pr.vat. and Improper indulgences. The—e are »omr of the «ad and melancholy rffertj produced by ear ly hablu of youth, ela Weaknew of ti e Back and Limb., Palo In the Head. Dtmneaa of £ight, Loaa of Muscular Power. Palpitation ..f U,e Heart. Dy<pe(ala. Srrvnu, IrratlbUlty, Derai.gemeut of the Dl gwtire runcUons, General Debility, Symptom, of Consumption Ae _ . MENTALLY, The fearful elf-cu on the mind are much to be dreaded; Loaa of Mr nu.ry. Coiifumlou of Ideas, Depression of #pir1t». Evil Eorebodinwe. Aversion I.. Solely, !> If Dutrusl, Love of Solitude, Timidity A- ar. aome of tlie evils produced. Thousand, of persons of all ages can now Judge what ta the cause of their declining health. Losing their vigor, be .,mll.g weak, pale and ctnai iated, have a singular appearance about the eyes, coug! and symptom* of consumption. MARRIED PERSONS. ^ontrmpUting marriage, being *«a.-e of physical wraknos* lieaTth lmmC'Ulll' T COMuh Dr- Johnston, and be restored to perfect DR. JOHNSTON’S INVIGORATING REMEDY FOR ORGANIC W EARN By this great and Important remedy, weakness of the organa are •peed.ly cured, and full vigor restored. Thousands of the most ner vous and debilitated, who had lost all hope, have been tmmedlateH AU I"npediments to Marriage, Physical or Mental Uisqual. *7V. • Nervous 1.rlLal...o..tren.Wurge »0,f Weakness, or rabanatlon of the most fearful kind, siievdily rUre-l by Dr. Johnston YOUNG MEN who have Injured themselves by a certain practice Indulged In when None—a habit frequently learned from evU companions or at school. Uie effects of wl.I. h ar. nighUy felt, even when asleep, and. If uoi cuiN-d, renders marriage impossible, and destroys both mind and body, should apply Immediately. What a pity tb*: a young luuo, Uie hop* of hi* country, and the daring °f hi* parent*, should t*r snatched from all prosper u and en J«»ym« nts of life, by the consequence* of deviating from the path of nature, and indulging tn a certain secret habit. Such persons, before contemplating MARRIAGE, should reflect that a sound ramd and body ar* the most necessary requisites to promote ronnubUI happiness. Indeed, without the*: b*c«m" » »r»ry ptlgrlm^te. the prospect' hourly darkens to the view; the mind becomes rhaJowr-l with despair and filled with the melancholy reflection that the happlneae of anoth er becomes blighted with our own. OFFICE NO. 7 MUTH FREDERICK STREET, tr AU SURGICAL OPERATIONS performed. BaLT‘“"m’ Mo '>ofal,e.lellcacy prevent you, but apply Immediately. «whcr personally or by letter. r Uf rfKlN speedily cured. TO STRANGKRS. The many thousands cared at thl. !n,t!tutiontwith!n the laat It years, and the. numeroo, and important Surgical .operations per fonned by Dr. J.. witnessed by the rvportees ..'the papers, and many Other person;, notices of which have ap;ware.1 again and again be7 fore the public, t-e-ldcs his landing as a gentleman of characier and responsibility, is a suffletrnt guarantee to the aim Ued TAKE NOTICE. It is with the greatest relucta-.f that Dr. JOHNETON permit* hi* card to Appear bef.rr the public, deeming It unprof-sv«onal for a physician to advertise, but unless he did so. the affl.cted. «sperl*M? stranr* rs.« ouid not fall to fall into.H,e hands of the many impudent And unlearned Imposter*, with innumerable false name*.or combiner! quark shop., swarming these large cltl<#, copying Dr Johnston** ad vertisement*, or advertising themselves as physicians. Illiterate, shal low-brainrd fellows, too lasy to work at tbeir original trade, with scarce two ideas i»eyond the brute, who. fur the purpose of enticing And deceiving, carry on five or six offices, under as many different false names, so that the afflicted stranger escaping one. !• sure to tumble headlong Into the other. Ignorant Quarks with enor rerfifl<:,*U‘!of lfrr*t *n'! ••*™»*H*tng cures from person* not to be found, who keep you taking large bottles of Licorice Water And other packages of filthy and worthless compounds, cunningly prepared| to Impose upon th* unfortunate and unsuspecting Triflin'* month after month, or aa long as the sms!lest fee can be obtained, and. .. despair, leaves you w.th ruined health,!© sigh over your gall in* disappointment 7 ■ It is this moUrr that Induce* Dr. J. lo advertise, for h* alone can cure you. To U.ose unacquainted with hi* reput Alton, he deems it o5r**r7 *° cr*^*nl,^s of diplomas always hang In his No letters received nnless port-paid, and containing a stamp to be U*tl. r Persons writing should state age. and send that portion of advertisement describing symptoms. apil —dly %l II. nV>II I I H. I*lll( I a" ■ In our business ceased on the first msunt JuS , , t TIIOR R PRICK A CO. The retnslnlng partners.with th* assistance of the same corns nf-m. L al . Tr T?" T,u* wput,«lllcoaiinof Ihf. b(»»iii**** ufual until tht flr-t day of January oral, when *ti* profKMril to admit *otnr r.f« lr.trrr.t- In ft* mruotlo* thry will ••ITrr Uiiu«iul Ii. Iiiormrnt. on thr atoek oo hand, and ly thr fall they propoae to aiiotr their urual aelect rarlrty, THUS R Piucr J CO. CUM OKI l» < Ol I OW HUM . J tngllahCotton will be arid at It if ct». per p.'r, worth tSe — i" d'fn white cotton Hoar, tn qualm.* rarying from liw, to nnrat imported, open cotton and Llale Thread Hoar, from SSc, to fl 2*» per pair, children', cotton Horn In white, atripe.1 and otridal “*•,, CHRISTIAN A I.ATIIROP. __ » Ala r, .tree! Kl.lll I IM. tllll K. I , we are aniloua to reduce our atoek of Summer Clothing The aaaortment la good, embracing in pari all the rartona atrlea and qualitira Of Ctelmerallhrapd'ate, Mrrlnn. Alparra. Mar.e... and rrB V1I1*n<* ’r*u taifwhfrt thl- ara^n, and pvrrha. to buy aupwrlor quality H7SGLIn .'SET’.'?* *r,rr »PP "«<> '» _ _ Kr*N.TiATiiWT.'lfVv«_ KAf. HAIIII s > Crying Doll*, for Ieaa than coat, to cloar, by | m*’ ZlWWPRAfAM Ha ii a j i nn i’s. of nuraea. at amnufacturcr'* price*, for tale hy | !■*’_ aVWfRMAfl HI 1 IM It <1111 l.M s. i * Ii.* and for aalr hy | J*-' OAVKMPitRT. Al.l.PM k CO PI.ATI II HIIIKA AWDMMHtWWe plated on Ibebe.t Alhata Good*, and warranted to atand.for aale at fa "Terr price* I *7 Of**) ZIMMRRMAM \| I IM II A VI S' f MSI It A Ml I I lOtl'AM III RICH MOM It The Sleek* I Jan ftl ■ i' |ctv f , that the fourth and lam reqniaitlon of #*T IM* per abare la dor and payahlr on or brforr ih# Slat mat . at the i*IBce of the Company_ | On payment thereof Ih* CurtIRcataa will hr del leered A Pl.KASAMTS, I*reaidant. I J H Mouraoru. See'? jupa- dp J < I Mh. t I It I II til'I II A I fl I. II I ss I. A I a R TKRR -dual reeeleed and for rate cheap hy It. H PHAMRI.IM. Manufacturer and Dealer In hoota and Shoe*. JP*« __Mo II.'. Broad St nRt'OW.—8>' hhda. Cincinnati cured Shir*, really prime, bright and dry. M lih.|* do Jo. Shoulder*, do. do SdRRR Sugar cured llama, email *<ae, for family iiae. 1 ■>,.».> I'.. SmtthReid Bagon, Hog round. I htula. Brraata Piece*. I'l.r aale hy W _ Cll AS T WORTH AM * CO I AH II. J CHAS T WORTH AM A CO 1,1011 HI'.AT. The Oranll# Profit Store on Cary Street, hr r tween lllh and Hlh, n *w nrcuiC',1 hy Aleaara Sun, h | On PnaamMon.gtren on the 1"th Inal Pnr lerma. apply tn , Ju* -dlf gf HAIIII |. BI RR A VIHV.M. A% IIIMK of auperlor quality, earl * fl W oo* hean.ta. In ator* and for aal, hy M jom r.a • HI HiiBA. tiATims nn Hi Ntm.in UV Molaaaea, in alore A| JONPO | ikiA 11111 1. M AA HNIMAA Hffl.ASM:*, I W pm W In good order and quaBty, hir a.le hy M JoM KS "HIV ttlllll AM* IITHIH It It AM Its • #M W of Receded WhieAy. for aale by M JUMPS 1 |U| III MIM* II t H4B14 a a m. a i HI II I "ft P by Philip B Jonr* af Orange rianty, In atore ai I f.u By M JflMBR ||U| mmi.m. wo. i ri.ipppD iiAi im I k W HBRRIMGS, dayly aipeeled, for aalu by Jflt M. JONR. It H 11 MON I) W II I(J. STATE OF ITALY. t'rnm the /Won Tiflw* of | yth Jtdj. There U no State In Europe that can dispute, or that iretenda to dispute, the interests of this count I y in Italian .flair*. For *11 political purpose* it is enough that the ntereal mala. It doe* indeed eii«t, and that not u»eie. ' y aa a sentiment in the mind* ol men, but in numerous act*,—in our hi-tory, our ear*, our diploiiiacy, and our netitutimi*. Were it only a sentiment, and could any uatlei-of-fart puliticiais taunt u* with allowing imagma ton to treep«a- into the epiiere of realities, even that j ■ ould be a most uupliilosophical and shortsighted objec* . ion ; for there i* not a war which has not originated in i •entiluent—in eodie outburst ol l.-eling. or tome outrage igainal it. It was little more than a sentiment that re peatmlly united all Cbriatmidom to recover tint Holy Laud, and which even the other day broke out like aacred Bre' frooi those same "holy place*," and plunged Europe into war. The sentiment of social equality caused the war of the French Resolution ; and a sentiment ol more poetical character ha* since banded Europe to procure the indepen dence of a degenerate race and an insignificant territory, dear to u* aa the authors and birthplace ol our civilization! It ia vain to disparage sentiment when it produce* auch posuuve and often terrible results, for we might a* well affect to be blind to mountain* and seas as to creation* of -he mind not lea* raat, irresiatable, and storms. But it is something more t an mind, something more tt.au a region J ol fancy, a topic of declamation, a haunt of traveller*, and au object of affection that we possc-ss in Ita! Is. Ftom the day that the Homan invaders first I indented our shores with their brazen brow* and ' drove their slakes into our hitherto barbarious soil , there ha* sissy* been a politics! relation of an ac’- , tual and most influential chin ac ter between these Wes snd Italy A- a fact we have derived through that corn - try our religion, the religious sanction of our civil and spiritual rtilcis, much of our language, and a ennaidetab!* portion of our law. A* a fact Rome stiil asserts a spiritual dominion over the whole of our population, anil six or seven millions ol our people acknowledge the claim. As a fact the tenets of faith and ttie law* of conscience that guide those millions, for good or for evil, *re defined, pro claimed, exteuded. and cl,hr,rated at Rome. It is not only tile hope of Rome, but the very foundation of it* 1 claim*, that it is one day to reconquer the whole mind and institutions of thi* country. The same facte are more or .ess true of all the other countries of western and middie Europe; and if there lie, aa there ia, a large portion of Europe where such claim, are not admitted, it i* through the presence ol a oval and antagonistic system, which stiU admit* the principle of universal dominion. On the other hand, there never ha* been a great potentate, conqueror or power north ol the Alps that ha* not acted in this re lation, and attempted either the conquest of Italy or a preponderance in Italian affair*. In fact, the Italy o'f poli tic* is no, a geographical, but a universal idea. The mis tress of the world hen lost her sceptre, but site is not less the object of common solicitude. Iuiv itself cannot dis claim a relation which pervades her annals and adds so much to her If «... i t.• . . . 1 wretched Sovereign in that laruou. peninsula has late I v cla med for himself the privilege of not being interfered with, it is the iustinct of a barbarian occupying a site of which he knows not the genius aud traditions. W hen, therefore. Lord Lyndhurst in the one house, and Lord John Russell in the other, bring belore Parliament the present state ol Italy, and when they protest against tire mlsgoverntnent of its own ruler* aud its occupation by foreigner*, they are only choosing their own time and maimer ol doing that which has ever been done, and will still be done, in this country. Unquestionably, we have a focus sf.iHifi iu Italian affair*, and if we desire ever so much to give it up, neither wuuld other nations nor Italv herself desire us to do SO. No effort, no silence, no wi*. dom, no fully of our statesmen could prevent Italv and tire great European Powers that use Italy for their own purposes, from being a powerful element in the fortunes of our empire. \\ e have no alternative, then, but to use tin* influence ol our great name mi l our cornual* to the best ol our discretion; and every statesman who assumes a high position among u» is fully justified, and to a certain eateut compelled, to declare himsell on the subject. It is not, of course, to be expected that we should In- always preparing au active interference in the affairs of Italy, il uuly because it is not in our power to carrv out any plan of active interference without the aid of others; and’the at tempt without success would do much more harm than . * w*‘ *» Ju.taoaa U> oum**JrvW, oiv«* RD the exercise of that voice which we have bad from all time, nor can we omit to notice anything actualiv novel and extraordinary in the condition ol the Peninsula. So doubt that condition does now present some strange and alarming feature*. There may not, indeed, be a distinct apprehension of evil, of any conquest, or revolution, or anarchy, to Ire averted. It interlerenceis never justifia ble, except on the warnings of political second sight, t.. avert some specific disaster, then we have nothing to do bill Sit Still and await the progiess of ruin. It is sufficient that there are actual ills and irregularities whatever their probably results. Rome is still under the protection of France, and, though F'rance will probably •non have withdrawn every soldier, it is impossible not to look forward with dread to the day when the Pope shall be l.-tt to the loyalty of his own temporal subjects. The Two Mcihe*, with the strongest claims to the interest ot this country, ami peculiarly amenable to our power, are suffer ing a capricious and cruel despotism. The Legations are occupied by Austrian troops and governed by Austrian military law, the result of which is sufficiently proved by the excuse given for a continuance of that state of thing’s vix., that the withdrawal ot the troops would be the signal lor revolution and mossacte. In point of fact, and to s!l practical purposes, Austria has annexed these new provinces of Italy to her military dominion. She has quartered her army upon their resources; she recruits it bom their population ; she makes them contribute to the maintainance of her empire, and set a* the advanced po*t ol her designs upon Italy. She compels even Sardinia to exhaust herself by defeucev wholly out of proportion to her territory and population. These operations may or may not be intended to hasten the conquest of Italy,’and that event may or not be possible. In the face of history «c should hardly rrnture to maintain that Italy was ever likely to be reduced to otic foreign bondage; but the very attempt on the part of Austria would plunge Europe into war, and it is therefore very important to anticipate de signs the very thought of which is dangerous to the pow er, happiness, and progress of the civilixed world. Should war or revolution break out in Italv, England would soon find berseir compelled to interfere; and no one cau say how tar the war would extend or how long it would last. It would then be ask.d why our government had not averted such a pans by pacific and timely interfer ence. That is what has tieeti attempted, nor can more be done. Neither I*>rd Lyndhurst nor Lord John Russell could expect more. Should that moderate degree of in •',,v,vuvv *** njMicu, aiiu piiifum me more powerful Shim concerned follow che rumple of the King of the Two Sicilies, by demanding to do what they like with their own, or rather with what is not their own, we cannot hope to sec the peace ol the PenioauU long pre served. The political state ol that famous territory may be very complex, l>ul there is nothing in it to prevent some common action in the fonndation ol responsible Go vernments, the purification of the judicial System, and the general policy of relying with confidrnreon the favour of the people. A policy of this sort ha< made a change in •* kingdom of Sardinia that it vooM have --Muirctl -uuch faith to hclii-v- r<ssi'-'- twenty rears ago,— and, no doubt, th-* improvement would have been still more sln'M-g but for the immense eipense entailed upon Ssr-n-ta by the menacing attitude of her fottnidable nigMilior in Italy. The present condition of the other Italian States is such that on our own principles it is ira •xMsihle not to think revolution itself the least of two evils It is true that hope itself is disheartened by the destiny which has so long a-.«rscted and degraded lire country which, united, once overean.. the liberties of tiia world. Nevertheless, if it is not possible effect a great Italian restoration. It may be possible to prevent >h. existing ills from ripening to their natural results These natural results we believe to be another embroilment in the sits* of the enipiie of fhe West such as that we have lately seen in the old empire of the Kast, with, possibly, not so early nor so happy a termination. MORRIS* PIANO-FORTE ROOMS, MAIN NTHKCr. IIM IIMONII, \BP mnetAOtly (Mpvltrd with a fail and complete aaaorlment of . Ihf choice*! P I A N o - r O »« T r. N Bi« manufacture*! In thto ft untfj, ahleh areoBrrvd for Ml* on nra onahle term* at the fectory cam rat- a*. And (he mo*t ah*, lute And entire *ati«faetior ptArantM to purchaarr*. The word* of A corres pondent," are Karr 'flm 4a 14, and »ee /«»!•* fJoaonr* fn rr/»oiliA| thr (r«lA, Util WORCWIRT inrimmrnU arr nw)</r wjmxi honor, ami to any in thr ttorM," have hewn And a re dally betn| corroborated by the ht*he*t testimonial* from nearly ON K THOC PAND pnrehaerr* In the past TWISTY TRAM. Attention '« Mkrtl to the f' lletii f nnOrr* of the prea* f From f*e -V Y • 'ommrrcial Adrrrti»rr, April A». 1W ) N m*1' hy Mr II Worceeter.of tht* c ity, can Ararrrty tx *urp**#ed m all Ow qualit*** that render an Instrument valuable. protn thr y Y t'onrirr an.I Kn.jitirrr 1 W.ATVm'a Plain** -The constantly tm-rraeing reputation of tht Plan« Porte* manufactured hy Worcester. iiaUit>rlwt mr reminding our reader* that Wormier** ln*!rumeitt« *r.« a* heauttfwl and .*rfia iwri tal a* they are admitted lobe uneurpaaerd In the’rmorefaatntia fnliow of rm**tc»| race lienee. (/Vna thr M Y. < \tmmrrrial AdttrUr*r. J "Tho#e dulcet «tram*" of which •vary truly your*" epeak*. can* not from a human throat, but from one of th***e vomlrnbl piece* o merhanl«m known nm *' Worcester'* Plano* ** A# we hare more that once *atd, they flee forth, nett to the melodv of the voice In love'i whMpertnf*, the *weetc*t am! uv*t prdn il; harmonious and melo dfowa ton** that we are accustomed to Helen to* maft A WoBKIR. Ad* Afent, 91 Wain *t |1F.H1!N Oil Of ItlTTVIt %l MONO*. Wi 1 V *re tn receipt of a lot of tht* e»ry Nierior article. pcea**atn| eitra rtrenflh and flavor, for *atr by j»tf» HhNNPrr HKKR« A P19IIKR, Druff1*te »M % (Ml I II* A MM. Another lot lo Karol. The] five treal satisfaction f-»r *%le by , jyV& PfNNIPPT. IfPIU* A P1PMRR, Drwfftrt* \IMt|INTni: rANVtlsr.il* IW Bore# Adamtntt* Candles, for aale hy ' )*tl B. U 0RINBKB A OU , Rw. MMamM. NKWS hy TELEGRAPH PKOt'KEDINOS IN CONGRESS W iWt»im», Auguat,*—S«.**Tb._Th. Senate wag not ID ^fWlOVl UhIry, Hoi mb —The lloti** pawcl eleven Howm> and ait Nee - ate private Ih1)«, and then went into committee on the foe - tifiration appropriation bill. TELI.OW FEVER—FIRE .'«w i ont, Augu-t S.—There haa been goraae* of fel low fever at guarani.ne daring the araaon. which • ear.lied m the death of only light. There have been no raae. of fever in the ritv A large fire ocri:rred at Patter-on, New Jerwev this morning 7 * CONNECTIC.TT STATE CONVENTION. llaarroHu, July SI.—The Aiuencana of Connecticut have i-iued a call lor a Sute Convention to he h«id in tiua city on the Olh proximo, for the nomination of an eiecto tol ticket. MARKETS. Nrw Ynag. Augu-t 2 —Flour—The market!* firm with "* ** hbW K 1 6*6,» ft>r «tr*ight Suu>;'Ubio «6.SSa6.&o; and mixed to good »tandard Southern f7,.15a8 Wheat—The market ia quite firm, with rale*of 28,000 m* cel* at 16U175 cent* for We.alern red, and lko eta. l »r Southern whit**. Corn—Tiie market haa advanced. Salea of 40,‘WO boah «I§ il 65 cent* (or Southern miied »‘!:Tl-r,r- fUK' 2 ~F1,,ur U ®rn>—Howard .treat and Cut Mill*. *7 25. Holder* aak f7 $0 tor uaw^it. Mill*. Ohio ia held at $7 30. W lieat ia lea* active, but price* are unchanged,^ffi^od to prime red, gl 33 a <1 do; white. |1 63a|lf(x^^ Corn 1* rather better. Yellow, «7a70 cent*; white 5S • 64 emu. akhiyalu at xiiso ExtHt.dUE Hutu ANn 11A Ll.tHD HOI HE, M . „ , SATURDAY. Ar«. I. 1M4, " Aroorer. R L IK™, N York; Rev J McFarland and ladv A L ro-r, and mother. J Uan-burgh, J H Farrar. T. If H Wr„..Ji, g r , * ,A™ * k'hrrW*-. Tron, F L lU.uihel irul«'.?tKu L.1V ‘•““'h'V and lady. Baltimore ; R 8 Wil-ln., O W K^Kr»„ ' V ° °T,,*rf. Richmond. A Blew,., Mire r u ir o ’ !*ola»y, .* l>; T Romo. J H Ruffin. B T Hart, N C 2-U,K«-rr‘i’^0'" ; Bl*h"t> S'-"'1 *"d »lfc. Orrg.,0 EVI'uod! r» o*ii T'nn ' W 0 Gatewood. Charlaaton. 1C; «R Mac Wrm 'liMCliJ “I‘J'7 H"»- Fail* . J R Crocked, 7’1' ; ** M w*,“' *• Kll~. Lynchbarg; R A UUIyard. King «a. , ... , „ SUHDAY, Ace. H. 1-34. D B BurlT': W T Andrew,. Lynchburg- J R MU hrlr. Baltimore . W F liudgln*. Northumberland - J B bn Y°J w ?** ' T MeckUanurg M A Kmg.TlWtoa N }-• J r. 'JryCr' 1,li:,u’l|l*. A’a; J IngelU. 8 C; 8 (1 Story AoruWa w cJta.'tfJrft" cM7-.v*-c T *»■*. ruuic^;7ti*) r £j! ?,• ° H A R wr. Fmierickaburg o 3 Hllry.R cbc.t»r A » ihlT*'-k ™7t£°: R Q,„"' Fluvana, O W O Br.wn*. TaacaeU ' H L FiMter Ring George , R G Br*ekle, Staunton, J Warwick Nelaoo 8 Krntoi'ky00°Cbl^iiJ ; * “ “““• N C - Dr Cochran, lady and child* TRUNKS, Ac. OA„ SEW .STOCK BOOTS. SHOES, kc. -ft I WJ! *re cow opentn* »n entire new .took of Win m ^■HVter Boots »n.l Shoes, comprising a good assortment M Al,hlnJ*’ £.* •hlrh we ask Uie attenUoo of oor friends ao.I the public. We thick we can show the best assortment in RlctiSf!^ Amoug our aenrttneut may be found the following : Ladlew Gallera. of nearle every style JJ*** *“'1 Eld Walking Shoe* - »?.T.5srMkl!1 “***• * superior article .. » bite Kid and W hue Satin Slipper . tUaca SaUn do Fine Mo., Kid and float W alking Boots ** Over i*hor* GrnUeown'* Fine Drews Boots and 8ho«w ** Double 8ot« Calf Water Proof Gaiter* “ Patent leather Gai(«n Mime*' and Children’* Shoe* sn ^rrT,*nI1' *',***■ of.'!Dod <l“A*fty. for men and women. ®£*EI«h 1 •** **>,d »l ‘be lowest market prices for cash, or to punctual customer* o»lt. ' _SL _ _ fctney. watt* a putney. MMIKTHINIi ENTIKM.V NKXV 1NIIE ladles have been eery generally annoyed for — - t.,me two or three years past, with Show and Uai-^^flH Wrs ripping . Indeed, it 1. almost proverbial now-a-dayt for Sb.es To rip before the soles are half Worn out. In order, tr polo,We, to rem h,'‘ *'" JrL“'o • 4 Rentlcman of one of the northern clUea •K* hl« wit* u, w»rk to invmt *otnrthlnf to *Und ; and I am h*n |.y to Inform the ladle, he has slirceede,l admirably, and hT. prl! duced a Congress Galler Bool, a very neat, pleaaan: and Usty art, cle, the soles n' shch cannot by any force that could be employed be *e|>*rated from the uppers. In am.rtmeut of the above I ha,.* just received, and shall be pleased to show them to the ladies, at A_o. No. 18, Main Street. J?r'_JNO. 0. PAGE, Ja k BOOTH, SIIIIDV THI NKSAe - K. I respewfully metis all In want of BOOTS. B)TE) OB SHOES of any style, to call at the old RuTTn ratabllalwd Stand, IS Main Street. My .«,* k U. all *? been selected or ordered from the best Manufacture, or has been ^ a>r"*'f *vom the most approved materials, and em »nd rhildren’s. Bootees. Gaiter* 8c. Children i i Bronte. BU.kand Fancy Colored. Gaiters, Polkas Ac Youths, Boots, bootees. Calf, Kip and heavy Gents, Dress Boots, Gaiters and Ogfoed Ties Genu and Youth. Patent. Lea Dress Shoes, 8c And a complete assortm, nt.of Servant** Shoes. Trunks Cartwv mw,d’11*r*’111 °f whkh wilJ E* *o|d as low as at any ho^TITlD^M --1- _JOHN C. PAPE Ja, 18 Mains. B'"'™ A>U s,,MK!‘--*»“men*.Sl.o«, Boy.* Gent's Oxford Tie* Ml Heavy Sewed Boole » *k? A1">> Brogans of ceery description, for sale at aal»—tr PENITENTIARY STORE, _apl»-tf___ 17 Pearl street. i.xao\r'lK °* »»*-* (-001.S. Ml ,x hats “caps b'^ts, «U)JRPN| x rlj “lot- riXMlf, Ac., respectfully i-v x. to that he 1. now prepared to offer to the public ““dln* uk!. h.U lln* *,rr ofcr*d in this city Hla stock Is new complete, and he asks the attention of city and country Jesters, with the assurance that his prices shall be satisfactory. aelu ■%TOT ICE,—I do not know when you will get -*-” another euch a chance to buy TRUNKS, of as J'l 1 II) fine . quality, at you have now. at the same prices. MS* ’.VV* as I hare jolt received a eery large assortment .fftljJuj Lr“nrwhlf|l;i !r*,q,U'tIUyc Th*J, *"* bou‘tht lb« first of January, be.ore the late rise of leather, and c r.tequently will bw told at the VlTTnw'iw will lh*m Ar' Trun*» of vstra .lie and quality — .T*,,"!, d° . 10 *nd faahhne for thetrsrlre.q Aim. a ‘“Tt *nd handsome asaertrneut of Trunks at all prices _ALEX HILL, No. 18T Main street TT»rvl.Ek‘,-,,t AXI> PAt'KINCi ,| — TRUNKS AND CARPET BAG*.-Oo hand •no - .ale at I ,w prices, a Urge assortment of J®5llK ’ \A Travvbmg and Packing Trunk, and Carpet Rags. *pl>>_ _JOHN THOMPSON WINSTON & POWERS, <JHOC EKN, UOTITIINSION AND lull WAHOIIG XIBItCH ANTN, Corner of Cary and Pear! Streets, HAm“ o" .*or'-,*nd.Ar.'f r««,T'”* from the North, their Spring Stock of Goods, which will be Urge and varied when received, to wiich they c*U the wturt*.»n ot country nwrchtoU and the trade generally—among which will be fount: I**1!* Elo. Lagusyrm. tlarlcaibo and Java Coffee «7 Mid*. N 0. and P R Sugar—tome very choice *1* packages Rrflued Sugars—all sorts 118 bhls N. O. Molasses and Refined Syrup 3d hh.lv. Cuba and Wuvcoeadn Mrlssnrt *10 packages G. P„ Imperial and Black Tea Sift boxes American and French Glass «*> Side. Sole leather ftdO boxna-Tallow, AdamanUne an I Sperm Candles «n bbis.Banner'. nnd Machine Oil 1 jrno kega assorted Nalls, imost approved brands) ft half pipes Hennessey and Otard. Dupuy 8 Oo Brandy * pipe* choice Holland Uin W S »»d v Pipe* P. Brandy, Pale and Park 1*® bbl*- " P”" Bye" Whisky, warranted lu to 18 years eld, ^unrquallell ' Jin bbls Cincinnati Whisky and Alcohol, dally einected to arrive 180 pickse**« of other Whisky’s and Wines, loo numerom to mrntton 40 baskets Champagne; 80 cans Claret 808/ssi Cigars Painted Pills^o -voseones, Wrapping Paper, Ppmea Which they will mil low to punctual customers mh1g ELLETT, WALLER. DREW RV A (0. *0. 17 PEARL STREET, t<dte£r*,“^~ »b«jss"r:s.:.\ Rt.glish Prims Wlecied In Europe, by one of our Irui: Rinchfitrr and Scot* _ Printed Uv«i, Jacoticte Whit*- end Pignrcd Brilliant** '’(lee Plain Colored. Black anil Printed Moueetiu* do do Peratao* and Chelllee Plain Colored. Black and Jatin Striped Bar*(*e Colored Crape d* Itapagn»* Jaconet. Barege, anti Ti««w Ro*«e. Hl*<-k and Colored Silk* k Alpaca* and Italian Clothe White t'amor*r*. Jv-onet*. and 9wta* Maallna Clothe, Cee*ln>e»», and Vesting* Irish Lmeoe, Blaj L<n«n«. H dlanda. Datnaeke, DowUt, t.«n*n Duck*. and Drill* fllaard Cemhrlc*. Black and Colored Cambric*, llo*1*ry, Olorre. UaunUetU, If Ml*, Thread*, A*, Ac. With a gn at rarity of other foreign Good*, tinted to the Virginia and Rortn Carolina Trade We also bar* and mill ulway* keep on hand a hill dock of the beet American fabr «, inch a* Print*, lawn*. Bleached and Brown Sheet ! ing* and Drilling*. Denim*. C<»t'<»na4ee. Cotton* Plawf* and Ikrtpee, 0*nahurge, lleaey Duck*. Bagging*. Kentucky Jean*, Tweed*, Apron Chccke, Planntl* Ac . Ac. The IhcHlty afforded u* hy haring a h««*r In Jlew Tort #111 ena ble o« at all tlmee to r.fcr inducement* to our customers and the trade generally, equal to any hh uee n thu country ELi.rrr. waller, drury a OO mr rroHi: on ki:w ktotk (*9 *rrtai<*a KF.AI>Y-M A I )K CLOTH I NO POR 4|’KI>f> AMD PI MMEE. I Compete* n< all new style* »»f Spring Dre*# and Track Coal*. Bus ne** Coat*. <»f fancy cloth*, raatlmeree. aae*ln«». Drap d'Vte, Alpaca, linen an l Marseilles, VnU, in rn«lleee ea r*ety , Mark dress and fancy caaeimere Pania , do linen, ruaraeitlre, ramhlet, Ac , As , PI RVISHniif OOODR. I Crarat*, Tic* and Stocka, of the greatest variety , Suapender* ; kid, *1lk and thrca>l OloYea; tltndkercMefk, frtc|«, Shlrta, CVdlare, •ilk sndgsnee Older-Shirt* «Hk. marine, linen and bleached ••ottos Drawer* . Ind'a Rubber Hood* r«wkreltua, Ac. • »>iauu *en aavaiL. P D. %M has now open at hie large new store room, #119 dreet. Rrbmond. V* . a larg»* end entirety new dock f Spring and Summer RRADY M ADI l'ld»THI*fl. ewibr* ring all new ctyles of eeery grade of Coate, Pants and TpM, and Pern 1«hlog (tanla Prom h • eery great farilttle* in manuh»-*ming. hi* liberal patron* and the public generally w>ll #tH And all art Idea I In hi* Bne, from threel to lowest grades, of the rery heat make, and , at on penally low prtoee for caah. Call and «uamtne. |1T Remember place and Bo—119 Wain *treet, nett door In i W Randolph’* Bookstore (aplt] J. D OOODlfAff, I49DNI TNHI Tl N9IP H i ll. Jwt reeetewd. by A Iiprew* a Mipplf *1 Turn »> Ared, embracing the following Ruta Baga Plat Dutch Red Top I rkR White (links Dale tfyhred IAnd from the country, the Aeeen Tew, highly rer»m mended f »f winter uee, and Balad ell'RB* a appvRuoM IPV4 Pa. «•! Brand tweet