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of Insertions will be continued until ordered out, and |>*ytuoat exact
ed a-cuMinyiy.
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wu the part of the Annual Advertisers, It Is proper to state </i44*.Up,
that their privileges only extends to their Immediate business. Heal
Estate, Legal and all other Advertisements sent by them to be an ad
ditional eharg., an-1 no variation.
I' M Estate and General Agents' .Advertisements not to be In
serted hy tie year, but to he charged at the usual rates, subject to
Such discounts as shall he agreed upon.
' Auctioneers, lh*oksellers and yearly advertisers, generally,
engaging one or more squarsre, with the prlvll.-gv ef change, shall not,
on their yearly average. In any one week. Insert more than the amount
agreed upon as the standing rule under the contract, and all exceed
ing such amount to he rhs fel at the usual rates.
Advertisements Inserted in the 5eml-Weekly Whig at 75 cents per
Square «»f in lines or less f(,r the first Insertion, and 5n cents per
•quare A.r e tch continuance.
« ILKNSAN mil i nan.
Ci KOINik IM.AHmi.—We keep constantly on hand ]
W fresh Ground Plaster, and our care In the refections from the
bet Windsor Lump Flatter enables us to recommend It at the best
that can be had. All orders left at our office an Cary street, prompt
ly executed TALIAFERRO A DRO.
N. B —Farmers can he supplied In tlietr own hag-, at a reduction
In pr'.-e 1. Kin! 1 ». u it-tnrr'h»nt». f..r ca-L js87
J H. HAlUk'KOVE,'
tsrocx.>*n TO uni nvts.)
A i c r i «k > e t: it ,
WtiU mtre+t, un*t»r St. <’Aurfes //•»/#/,
Ra hm> so. Vs.
WILL devote hts whole attention to the Sale and Hiring of Ne
groes. Real Estate. Ac., publicly and privately.
Bales satisfactory or no charge made
IF* He has a convenient place fur keeping slaves.
The subscriber respectfully Informs his friends that he has discon
tinued the auction baslnens, and having rented his office to Mr J. H.
Hargrove, takes pleasure In recommending his former customers to
give hint a call. BENJ DAVIS.
July 91
KAHTftflftSNI VH % it i . CHINA AN IF bliss.
NI'K!\li, 1856 !
FHNIIE subscriber offer* for sale a very heavy stock of /TurfAeu
■ »c.irv, iTIk/ i»n<f {#.’<!*«#*, t’ldo A«IM/ui
GH’i Fitru'y Oootla. of recent Importation, and from Auctum 7V<t./#
Atlas.
To cash buyers and prompt six months payers, Inducement* will
be held out fully equal to auy that may be offered North or else
where. WM. F BUTLER,
mliB Importer of China, Ac., 79 Main street.
WF are now receiving our Spring, SUPPLY OF GOODS, con
sisting In part of the following articles.
BO bbls Crushed and Pulverised Sugar
ft! do C. Yellow do
94 hhds. New Orleans do
lid Dags Rio. Laguyraand Java Coffee
It** B«»xes Brown and Black Soap
100 Boxes Adamantine Candles
19 hhds. Bacon Sides, Shoulders and Hama
fio Kegs superior Carb and Sal Soda
89 bhls. New Orleans Molasses
100 t*ts Mountain Dew Whisky
*0 do. Old Rye, Various Brands
10 do Kerr's Summerdean do,
BO bhl-. and 90 \ Casks Imitation Brandy
900 Sacks Salt, Ashton and Marshall
ft* Kegs Pom gran ate Tobacco
90 Boxes Ground Coffee
90 Packages Green and Black Teas
ALSO—Vinegar, Pepper, Allspice, Wrapping Paper, Tesst Pow
ders, Brooms, Ducketts, Holland Gin, Peach and Appt# Brandy,
Mrs Miller Fine Cut Smoking Tobacco, Salt Petre, and many other
articles too tedious to mention In an advertisement.
■Ml RATCLIFF A DOCOLAM
• l»1 It % F <)> I lk l.
MirTUAL HRXKKIT COMPANY,
Offit* at " STA TlOHKtTS HALL," Ho. 11 Prarl Arttt,
■icaaoxD, ti .
B W KNOWLES, Agent.
Dr. A. BN RAD, Mrdlcal Adrlarr.
Capiial January 1st, ISM...$1J)?1.8M n
Bald dividend, during year ISM. 141.ASK M
N,U balance January l«t, ISM. . fJ.WK.mS 47
Total amount of dividend, paid to date 715,492 M
Total amount of claim, by death to date 1,886,91*1 44
-1,099,448 IWi
. f4.139.4SA 97
All profit, go to the Inaured. Dividend, are made annually, nnd
paid while the Iniured I, living. B W. K., Agent.
N B Blare, Inaured from one to four year, In tin Albemarle In
surance Company. fr|S
Ai.Hi:nAnu: iNAumici: (onPAjji,
PHI NCI PAL OKflCE. Oil AHIAJTTE8VILLE, VA.
CHARTERED CAPITAL $400,000—CA81I FI ND $1*5,000.
M-NIRK INSURANCE, In town or country, and Marine Insurance,
-J1 »>ay be effected on the most favorable terms with this company.
g#1 All Losses promptly arranged.
§tOKEB A CO.. No. 88 Pearl street,
Agvntafor Richmond, Va.
TO FARMERS AND OTHERS.
WE are now prepared to manufacture ea.
and repair every ilracvlptlon of Agrl- Vv\j * ----- •
cultural Implementsr oyr u«ed. Mr hav- gone T
to no small expense in putting up thed*fferrnt MMhBhMM
repair In superior style the various Reapers now usrd One very lm
portaut feature In nor business is. that we sell no Impleturnts hutnnr
own" manufacture." and they " warranted." We can the attention of
the farmers *o our Wheat Thresher, Cleaner and Horse-Power, which
Is In every resprct equal. If n**t sti|*~rlor, to any other now use«l As
a proof of what they have done, we annei the certiflcalee of a few
gentlemen who have given our machine a fair trial We also taae
the liberty of referring to other gentlemen who have used the mi
•blue :
We purchased of Messrs Ntijn.e A Mott, last season, one ©
their iO In. Drum Rtraw Carrier and 4 Horse* Power, and In our hum
ble Judgment, we constder their Machine a perfect one We h»llrve
that the machine used by us will thresh faster, cleaner, and break
less grain of wheat, than any other that we hare ever seen or used.
JOHN T Cfllt.DRKY,
ROIIT II RTYLL.
Henrico, 14th Hoe., 1AM JO* J. PLRARANTR
Messrs Net arm A More:
Oentlemen— Yours bearing date Reptember WHb M to hand, and I
hasten to reply.
I have used yotir Machine for two seasons, and most che.-rfully re
romniwad It |« ih# best I have eTer used—the draft easy, and the
motion given to the drum such as to get all the wheat from the straw.
Respectfully, your obd't servant, RICHARD ALLRN.
farmvllle, Rept. *6, IVft.
flc< cmoHAM Co., Oct. 4tb, 1AM.
Messrs NBurd A Mott :
Oe tlcnarn— Your favor of f<Hh Reptember, JAM, was received a
Jw davs ago, going to the wrong post office My post office is New
Rtore, RucbIngham county, and I do with pleasure send you the an
Dered certificate. Yours, very respectfully,
OfO W. KYLK.
I hereby certtfv that I base used one of Messrs Nftjw.w A Mott's
Wheat Threshing Machines the present year,and have no hesitation
In saying that It came up to my expectation, and Is the best I ever
worked. Olsen under my hand this 4th October, iw.fi
OROROK W HYI.f
I purchased one of the those Machines of Mirrr, Lewis A WlUJgip.
and having threshed threw crops with It, making the amount threshed
IftJVM) hbls , I do without he«ttatlon nmnounce it one of the best ma
chines f have ever used, believing that It will tl.resh cleaner, faster,
and break lees grain of wheat than any I have ever used
Henrico, Hov. 14th, 1W. MKNKY COX.
Crufwvtij.a, Rept 1st, lAfifi
Oentlemen—ft Is with pleasure that we record our ewtdenr- In fa
*f your Threshing Machine ft requires leespower for the work
It dees than any we base ever seen, and Is remarkable for Its stmpti.
rttT and durability We regard It emphatically the " farmer's Ms
china," and mo*4 ch**rf%My recommend it to the farming comma
Mr. T. W Adams and Oapt R Paris, who are niceobserrers, and
whose wheat our Machine thrashed this year, are rery much pleased
with Its performance. Very reepartfolly.
WYATT RMITH,
J. Y. ORt'TR
RfffRYHCHR -Oeo Ifoltybocber, Amelia. Wm Arsher Cork,
ChesterM Ifarrlaon, Richmond, Wm If Olopton. Charles
25Y* * ■ w. Appereon, Charles City; J J feey, Appomaitot .
Ren). H Rohtnaon, kina William, Ki President John Tyler, Charles
City. •. Austin, North Carolina; and others
... NtLAON A MOTT,
w*''7 Ad M * not»d.
TiRAir - i i
RkIrving's Yellow Rwta Rags
Dale's Hybrid
Yellow Aberdeen
White Norfolk
lari# flat Olobt
le»ng Manover
White flat Dutch Strap Laavad
Red T. p do |o
•trn Top, Winter of tolU. Por mi, Op
WM PAI.Mil
nan ivm iimturemufre.
r*0M a. m. rrmcNiiiLi. * c<vi> rfrwarAPSS adtkkti.«
ISO IIOUHE.
B. M. hmrniu A Oo are afrnU fur nearly all the Newspapers
In the United Plate# and Canada*. UlcM, 119 WI lean drwt,
New York, and to Mute itmt, Butte i.
TO HOUSEKEEPERS.
rnin: uhkat K*p»Hit;n Minni ik. >>mi
JL «f II ante keeper*, located at Not. <144 and GIG tlaoaDwar,
Naw You Off, It Dow hilly stacked with the large*!, finest and
mutt complete assortment of llOUMK-fURNIBHINO GOODtf to be
found lu the world The Mock embrace:
Plated. Britannia and Planished Tin Ware
Porcelain and Fancy (inode
Baskets In every variety
Bird Ca«rt; Cutlery . Matt
Wood and Willow Ware
Iron Bedsteads. Chairs and Haitian Js
Brushes of every dcecrlptloa
Feather Dusters ; Um|>i and Lantern#
English and German Knameted Ware
Refrigerators, Water Cooler* and Double lew Pitch ere
Blip. Mponge and Foot Ha'he
Children's Cabs and Carriajres
Austin’s Pa*ent I or Cream Freeuera
The celebrated Devonshire CLalrs
Can* end Rattan Ware
Chinese Tea Poys, Caddies, BecreUrye and Cabinet*
Tea Tray* In rndlee* variety
Rock luff Horse*. Propellers and Gin
Flehlnff Ta* kle
Brohted. Coppered and Bras* Oooda
Uammecks and Mosquito Nets
Preserving Cans, at «b« I• (West manufacturer's prices
Garden Implement* of every description
AL*0 -An eudlesa variety of FANCY UOODfl. of ffreat utility as
well a* beauty.
The location of his store Is central and convenient to the leading
Hotels, lib Males Roods* are fire In number, ami are the most eps
doai of any It this line of bonnes* in the city. The attention of
hb assistant* will be polite and courteous, and an txamuiaitoo of
bb stock will alwavs fflve pleasure. Hi* goods are purchased almost
exclusively for cash, a«4 are offered at prices soch as defy comped
lion. HI* aim Is to five the public what may be strictly termed a
grand model House Furnishing Depot. The greateM cure used lo
filling order* from out of the city. Cstalngue* for warded by mall
KOBKRT PA VIM, 444 and 444 Broadway. N. V..
Mole Proprietor of Die great Emporium for supplying the wants of
Housekeepers___Jyt»—Am-jp]
Y i; u Y O >4 K
CLOTHING,
OF SUPRKIOK MARK
JEKTUtUM, WHEELER A CO.,
13 CHAMBERS STREET,
Opposite Die Park. ofl.-r at Wholesale, an Imuiens* stock of
CLOTHING, of all kinds.
CLOTHING Good.'
TKKMM RKAMONAHLF!
PRICKS LOW !
JelS—dfirnlP.) •• CALL AND BEK
Mt. 14 IK. 1.0 I ROY PIPE UOKKN.
MEIUilL A JAQUES.
142 Centre street, Mew York,
ANUFACTUKKKh AND HRALKUM IN W ROUGHT IRON
4>.v.M. Pipes, Kitting*, Tonis, and every description of apparatus
connected with Mteam, Water or Gas, for heating and lighting
Steamers, Cliurclies, lloleb. Private Dwellings, Hospitals, Villages.
Factories and Halls.
Also—Valve*, Corks, Pumps, Gnag*-s. " ^ and Boiler Flues
made to order
Our Hi-rew Cutting Machines are an* dour own Patent
wair •tiled to do double the work ol .ntion.
Orders soluittd from ctlotm , and promptly at
tended to. 1 —1>—
IMIHI U * t M IS
COMMISSION M LHCHANTS,
COTTON AN0 WOOLEN 31.UUI.NkRY,
«*•* **<ll*«* Ut B-CUIIU, ..CM mere' root*. nei.TIMO, »T0 ,
liupmlrr* and Ih altr- in Manudi lurto* Article.,
NO. 07 PINE STREET, NEW VORK.
N H. Amur for the tin 'WoodruB and B,»rh Iron Work. • 8u*m
Enjtlnr. and Boik-rt
£V Ekdumtvr efencjr In New York for 'Lowell Machine Phna'
aeS9—ly[l']
jraXCELSldl SEWING MACHINE*—Mafia i t hood, MAT
flt-pkinbrr l<Hb, These Mii hliiei are warranted, i*rtth proper
use,) no* to get ou* of repair. They are built in a good, substantial,
and workman-like manner, and will do Tailors,' Shoemakers'and
Saddlers' work. In a manner warranted to give satisfaction. The
stitch will not rip any more than common -raring done by hand.
Call and see them in operation at 140 Cl 1 ESNCT Street, Philadelphia,
upstairs. W. A. DAWSON, Agent
_ _
D. T. IIII.I » t its
PIIODIH-K COMMISSION MERCHANT,
M 1 KNKRAL AGENT for Receiving ard Forwarding Manufactured
"E Tobacco, Goods, Ac., Ac . No ft SatcKoi Sur, kicuMosn. Va.,
heg* leave to rrmrn hi* sincere thanks t » his friends and the public,
for the very liberal patronage hotowiil on him during Kia busine
connections with Messrs. Hooker A Wnku.-. of this city, and re
specthiily solicit* a continuance to his new house. In thus appear
ing on the theatre of business alone, I do so with full confidence in
my business qualifications that the interest of consignees will la
faithfully represented
(V" Liberal cash advances made ou consignments of produce In
hand
Kasmrs r«»: Messrs L« -wla Webb A 8un, Wadsworth, Turner A Co.,
and John Booker, Esq., Richmond ; John M Ouy, Ksq., Chlswrll
Dabney, Esq . Messrs Peters, Hpruce A Co., and Messrs. McCorkJe A
Jours. Lynchburg. Va Ja24U-tf
GlHlBfP t. 6LLBH1
EOR PATENT
AMBROTYPES AND PHOTOGRAPHS.
BUlfiJCI'UIRR haviag fitted up a suit of rooms In elegant
* •*) le, at Corinthian llall, is now prepsred to wait on the pub
lic and farutsh them with sti|»erlor pictures, at moderate prices.
Th» Ambrolype. (wing hermetically scaled between two plates of
fin.- polished glass, (toy a cement which not ouly secures, but gilds
and ta-auttfli-s the impression.) is proof against action of water or
adds, or the variations of clirave In long sea vovages, and Is the
only kind of picture that will remain unchanged by time. They ran
be taken from the site of full life to the smallest miniature, and in
one quarter the time of the Daguerreotype They are not revet sed,
cat. I»e seen in any light as an engraving . hence are very suitable
for Pins, Istckets, and largs Frame*, ns well at Pasts
The extreme popularity of the Ambrotypes, hat given rise to much
Imposition. Counterfeits upon glass, covered with black varnish,
are often sold for Ambrotypes None are geuuine without the pat
ent stamp Tlie public are Invited to call and examine specimen* at
U»e Am*Ai’TTrx Gsllrrt, Corivthias Haw.. Maiu street,between 9th
and 10th. p. k. OIBB,-*.
Richmond, January 26, lsft6.
MKiiniAvrs i.v»i rami: company or
RlCHMO.NI>—This Compsny Is o««w prepared to Issue Fir*
Marine Insurance Policies on as reasonable terms as other good of
fices.
Claim* for losses will, in all cases, be promptly and fairly adjusted
and paid.
No charge for the Policy In any case.
Office, fa.* the present, on the East side of 12th st , near Main up
•talrs. *
DUtvcroRv:
Wm. II. Christian, Wm. Breeden,
John Purcell, Thomas R Prlco,
Wm. G. Paine, Jas. Thomas. Jr.,
I^wis Glnter, John Currie, Jr.,
Aug. Anderson, Jas. Dunlop,
Jas L. Apperson, Wm M. Ilaaall,
R**scoe B. Heath, John 1> Quarles,
John Dooley, David J. Burr,
Rlch'd o llaskius, Larkin W. Glaaebrook,
Lewis D. Crenshaw D. Von Owning.
Joseph R Anderson, Emanuel Miller,
John C. Bln ton, Ed. ||. Bkluker,
Franklin Btearns.
, „ M . A PLIABANTB, President.
J. II. MovTxorR. Bec'y.
■INIOBfti A PUH l l it,
<V>mer GVrernor and Franklin .Sf/vvds,
HAVE In store a fine assort men t of superh Furniture (Rich
mond make ) to which they ask the attention of the public.
They esteem their furniture of a quality unsurpassed by any manu
facturrd in lids country, bring practical mechanic* thrimielves, and
giving direct and personal supervision to all the details of their
manufacturing operations. They ouly ask a rail from those who
want good furniture, engaging simply to offer them a splendid art*
cle at a very reasonable price.
£VTh*jr give especial attention to Cmltiaklng, and bold
themselves prepared, at all hours,and at shortest notice, to provids
Mftatlr i dec*.Mahogany or Poplar Coffins,with shroud*,Hears* and
hacks, Ac.
P. 8. One or two varnlshtrs aod polishers wanted, to whom her
manent employment will be given, If immediate application Is
ra*d*- __JrU
SAVINGS INVriTI TIO > Of H It'll.VI ONI II.
Office removal to the store of Christian A Lathrop, No 29 Main
B». — In consequence of the resignation of David R. Crane Win II
Christian was unanimously fleeted Cashier. The office has been re
moved to the store of Christian A Lathrop, where dspostt* will be
remaining on deposit sta months or longer, and five per cent for a
shorter period
This institution has been In e listener twenty-eight years, has
loaned oyer eight million# of dollars ; has no suspended debt , has
nerer lost one dollar, or failed to nay any certificate when due.
. JOHN THOMPSON. President,
_ WM H. CIIKIBT1AN, Cashier,
rnhll—dly__IIroil W. FRY. Secretary.
Y™ «!*«RI*UK I -(IXi I'lUl.H'.
Of R attention Is Invited to our stock of Ilk’ll. » r.
MONO M ADR OA URI AliFS. consisting offV« T*Zr
f’micAes, H* »t,it <\irriagt*, K > k ttr.»v» MuggU0% tJptdSlW**
ftuIk if, This work Is made of Ik brtt m■ i \£J
rial, by food workmen, and under the Immediate supervision of the
proprietors, who are t* nroufhit acquainted with the lustiness
Also, on hand several second-hand light Carrlngts amt fluugU*.
which wilt be sold low by AINSLIK, BOWFN A POWRLL,
iMb street, between Main and Gary.
■ MOM II HAITI Hi:.
1NIIRNRW TORK FOUNDRY, R All.I Vi, AND IRON FTRNI
TURK WORKB- Furntsli all kinds of Cast and Wrought |a<#
Wua*s run Itm mro* A greater varkfy of I'otterns for Iron Rail
ing than any other establishment In New York, audithe largest Man
ufactory of Iron Furniture In the United (Hates.
• INDFORD A TABB.
J«lJ *"»_»l • York.
V «* « •1 » -
is WIHARY, formerly held by Messrs Deane A Brown, s»<i re
euntly by Mr. T. J at fL-ane, hae, with the consent of Mr. Deane,
been transferred to n# We have In store, and raped to keep a con
stant supply of ” Old Rye" and " Family,” which we off. r to th#
trade and to consumer* at th# same rate# charged by th-- former
■••tits. I J-*^l BURTON A OKFRNIIoW.
\'OTlt*V5s—1Tht subscriber having on the fhth of Marrh last
purchased th# Business so long and favorably carried on by
Mr. William Booth, he would respectfully solicit a continuance of lit#
patronage form* rly mended to him, and would also call the atten
tion of the public In general to a Urge and well (selected stock of
flood# In his line, recently purchased and added to the original stock,
all of which will he sold on the unit reasonable terms
WM A WALTFRA.
Upholsterer and Paper Hanger,
No. 14n Main street, corner of lfth.
N. R Mr oiu.iis B«*mi will always be found at the old sta.uf,
and would solicit a continuance of the patronage of alt his former 1
••ustomer# to the new concern aplA I
%4»H M'l Lll Ktl, WAHLHfHHF..
rWNHR Auhscnhers, having removed to thHr new Factory on Cary
I Afreet, between fth and l*uh Btreets, are prepared to receive
order# for all kinds of Affrh nltural Machine# «i»f Implements of the
latent and most approerd patterns, which will be made of Ik h-#t
matcr'il. and of stijwflov workmanship Tl cy ask attention to'
"Oardwell*# double and single geared Hnr*rpr«er* and Threohers,"
which have taken a premium at every Fair at which they haye been
eihlMted. A Ion, to ''UroUkllTs find Crusher," Manny's Patent
Reaper and Mower." the best In u#e; Fawkes* Patent l.lme and
Ouano Apreader, highly approved, Ifay Premia; Ifay Rakes, Corn
•heller*, from |1A to f Aft, •mlth's Patent gtraw Cutter. Drain Cra
die#, Ac - Rich's Patent Iron-beam Plow; of carious sUes. Ac They
subjoin the optnlon of the lion WllHam 0 Rlvea. of thev Plows
HAi.nwiN, OARnwri.i. * oo. '
Richmond, February fT.
Cam s Hiu., Iftth Dee 1AM
Out Wi B Amrmrrow Dear Fir I take pleasure In recording
horemy Impression of ihe performance of your Plow (Rich's Iron
Beam patent) at OxHam to-day The work was far more thorough
And complete than that of any plow f ever *#w In operation before.—
The fhrrow omened by It was very generally IA Inches deep and about
#0 inches wide In hard, close land, and moil e%stually and perfectly
cleaned out. none of the sod earth railing buckWnto H.
The trial of the plow was witnessed by many of my neighbors,
among whom 1 will mention Mrs*# Prank R Nelson, J H Oenetl,
J. H. lewis, C B Hopkins, Thomas Watson, of Louisa. Ac , all prac
tical men and most eaceBent judges of agricultural Implements, and
IMre was hut one optnlon among them as to the superiority and un
tuomdlonable performance of your plow.
Wishing you equal stKceus elsewhere In making this valuable lm
ptomeot favorably known lo our agricultural beothron,
I remain, years truly,
WT1.LIAM 0. RIYBA
NEW JfORk AUVERTIKK.MENTS.
HKILLIN. VI.SHOIIKK, OWEN 4~MCH ELL. G«7«a*i. Hm
Gru Asturuiia ll<»v<a, No M4 *v, N«« Tuu
PUTS AND WINDOW* GLAHsT
nllltov, NTKI TMBttk 4k I'O., A'«, 4*/Vif Mrwot,
A««r York, lahisrtM mu Mmcriorcuas' Aour*.
Chance's English Bhevi, Crown and Crystal |1at« Window Glass.
Fluted Ulaas for Sky light*. Green Houses, etc , etc
Colored. Ornamental, Optical and Mb roscopic Glass.
TL* Iwoudon and Mancheeter Plate Glass C»iiipei>y’s Thick Pol
abed Plate lor Store Windows. 4c.. 4c.
Hough Glass for Floor* and Sky lights.
Attentloo Is Invited to the shore various dvsrrtfHlon* of Window
Dias* In use foe Stores. Dwelling., and other purpose* The quality
sf throe article* Is Inferior to no c«*rr«»pondlng <1 o* rlptlon. and la
inany tesprcu »u per lor Our Sheet Glass will be found bettor n..n
the French In Its freedom from Stain. Kust, 4c
Being Agents for two of the largest Glass Manufacturers tn E*~
rnpe, we are nablei to offer deal.rs and others every advantage la
|»rtcee aud large stocks. Price Lists will be furnished on application.
ap!5—4m—|vaa] ,
FRENCH WINDOW GLASS. "—
■yHIWARDP. IMCKIi;, 144 StroM, JT. r.,
M-J two doors west of Hudson River Railroad Depot, ufrn to Deal
ers and Consumers Ills cel*-brat«d brand* of French WIn< low Glam
un favorable terms. Parties wishing information will be farulahsd
with prices on receipt of their address. Glass cot to any desired
HE—«S«4 pMlkl fr..- >.1 rharee ap!.% lyr.-[ve.]
FUR THE 1,000.000 I
IT. M. PATKYT .T| 4 II Ml. I. COMPANY.
IH> Tn«*ur-*.s Hvassr. N. Y.,
MANUFACTURER* of MAHHLE MANTLES, TABLE TOPS,
OOLUMN8, PEDESTALS, 4c., In Senuts, Hroratrlle, and all
Italian Marbles. Tins article, which ». a preparatbui of Marble Dust,
chemically combined wi h mineral colors, so as to be moulded into
aoy f<>rn and cob*. hy which a uisrhle can be manufactured at Isas
than half the cost of tlie common material, wbUe U escots Uln dura
blllty and beauty. Unlike MarhWtsed Iron and Mate, there Is no
surface work, ths color running Into the mass of the material, while
no varnish Is led to give a temporary beauty to the surface. Man
Uss from $4 to 440 Table Top., 4c . equally cheep
Eights for the far# usd .S-u'< of ahovc for the different
Hiatus, winch-slU ensure imtnen.e returns to tltsw Interesting them
selves. Information furnished i d application to
PETKK RENNIE, President, or
Jottru Laws Secretary. NEW TURK.
wtft- iMatm]
_SAFKTY FUSET~
M.YOK Mining Purpomw. and for Igniting Charge, both hi ,«t
JC uid dry blasting, of four dltTrrrnt kind. Th, rollon .nil hemp
Kll«, Uir .ingle uni double Tig. W.tcr guic.
NMfeMl J .ml will by OI.K.SN PITMAN,
Liberty it., New York.
kW Onlit, promptly filled for Ml klnils of liun Powder, of the
mo,t ,|ipn>vnf brunl.. K-Igt-a KahlblUonal Plrr-Workn, tUilp Big.
**_ __ noH-ly [ai.Aa]
A » ii'ai.iii w i to cowsLMKnvM.
a A Physician of high Uandlne. uni former y a Professor In on,
of ihr Medical Institution, of till, country uow retired from act!.,
practice, who tnsa been »ulf ring rn.m Pulmonary Illiraas, discover
ml, while travelling in Bouth America foi l,l. health, a cure for Con
ouinptlon, llroochitla, Cougba. Cold., ao.l general ilvblfliyi .mi being
aware that Thousand* ar. .offering anil dying annually from thin
imwt cfreulfu] of all illhe la ilevyrnu., from Die principles of
humanity, or making known tlila mo«t valuable remedy Upon Ihe
reewtpi of Ktfleen Centa, In Portage Btatnps.or Change, he will aeu-t
. receipt with full dlrectlona lor making and succe.sf u ily using It.
The amount required, ii applud for Pontage, and Ihe payment of
thla advertisement.
Address—B. P. l>KVKROflill, M D„
.. . , Bog SS, P. 0.. Brooklyn N. Y
Je IT—If [v a A on]
PI RAT PHKMIIM tiOI.fr MKDAL PI ASO-POUTKS.
STK I N W A Y & SON S,
MANDF.UTl KEKaS, S4 A»\D 88 Ualker Street,
SKik MoiDWlY, MW VoRK,
RESPECTFULLY rail the attention of the publ
It> their splendid assortment of srtnl-gran I «ti<tfW9BWkffi
square Pianos, whk-li, for volume of tour, cl astir tty 0ff| # If! j
touch, beauty «f finish, and every thing that reuders a Piano perfect,
arc unsurpassed They Wt-re awarded the First Premium for both
kinds. In competition with the m<*?t distinguished makers from Bos
ton, Philadelphia, New York at d Baltimore
SKH TKIl Mi'll —Pl«l> war 4 So** have Just been awarded the
First Premium (h.LO Manat. (over all competitors) at the late Fair of I
the American Institute, Crystal P»U«e, for the rwt Piano-Forte*.
oclB—tf—(j,vssj
TILTON AND MCFARI.A\n
33 Maitieu La nr. \ew York.
1YE NOWNKD KALAMANI'T KATES, BASK VAULTS. Ac.
Balt'mor. 1>* pot. i« Pratt Street.
•eO-ljr Bo»ton Depot, WHwrtRrwt (*•».)
* f! HIBFFIlLINj t> H it j n ». KM & I o .
IMPORTERS ANl> DEALERS IS
Paint*. Oils, Dye. Perfumery. 4c.,
170 VILLA it STRUT. Stu lot
INVITE the attention of tlo trade •. their larc* and varied slock
«»f Drug*. Paints. 0.1*. Perfumery. Ac.. Ac.
In addition laUwlr regular importation of Staple Drug*, they are
• Uo recrifInf. direct fr«>m the source* .,f |>rrM|ticllon and manufac
ture, rippiie* of Too*h. Ila:r and Nail Brushes, Bronxes, Cork*. Mor
l*r», Spnngv-t, French and Kugl;»h Perfumery, Luhln's Kxtra< U. and
many other article* u«ually embraced in Druggist*' stock*, which
they are also enabled to offer on the roost advantageous terms.
Order*. rKher in person or by mail, will receive prompt attention
au.V ly[Y*«j
GTHAH mmids. w . ,
attention of all who are In want of
S A* |C A M ii O O l»N, , ;,<,$•f
to our begutiful assortment. vi« :
Ladies' U« aver and Leghorn Riding Hats and Flat*
% Do le-ghorn, Brail and ^traw Flat* and bloomers
Ch'.ldrrn'a Straw fo ods, of every variety
Bc>*’ and youth*' laeghnrn anti Braid llaU
D«» do Straw Caps
Oent's Leghorn, Braid. Pan kina, Senate and Hiawatha llaU. and
last, but n.ti lea*:, tlxksc i cauuful India 11 au. which for neatness
cannot be excelled.
lie side*, a large assortment of Ftraw Good* for servants, such a*
Palm Leaf. M Miitsln Leghorn and the noted Shanghai J*traw Hat.
h> w hich we ui.-i respectfully . all the attention of our friends and
visitors to the city. IIINFORD, DICKINSON A U KI.'HGKR,
_^__ __ _ No. 7** Main stre
COMMEHCIAL SAVINGS BANK.
Chartprpd by flit* Ltpialaturu of Vir<ima Dec. i7tk, 1853.
CAPITAL Vim TUul'SAMi H0LUK8.
^■IHIS INcriTL*TlON receives dcposlU on which interest Is paid
M. at f!»e rate of six per cent per annum If remaining on deposit
•1a mouth., uti five p.r coni for .hotter |»erlod..
wm u. Paine. Prcidcnt,
GKO J KUMNER.Secretary.
HENRY W. QUARLES,Treasurer.
DIRECTOR#.
'T®- G. Ptlne, of the firm of Kent, Paine A Co.,
James L. Apperaon, •• •• •• Gudilin A Apperaon,
Au* An,Irr.on, “ •• •• A Anderson A Co.,
B. Barksdale, .. Barksdale. Stovall A Oo.,
Tho.. 8. B-ldwlt,, •• •* •• IKU| Baldwin A Co..
Robert T. Ilrooke,
•‘•n. H. Chrl.tian, “ “ " Christian A Lathrop,
■nn.ll Claiborne,
Jno. Dooley,
Lvwl. Olnier, “ « “ Qinter A Alvey,
R It Heath.
Ba.nuel P. Lathrnp, *• •• >• Christian A Lathrop,
R. W. Mcti ruder, •• «• “ S. McGrudet's Sons,
Samuel M. Price, •• •• “ Tl.,j R. Price A Ce..
Henry W. Quarles,
Jno. P. Roberts, •• •• •• Smith A Roberts,
Geo. J. Sumner.
Jno. C. Schafer,
A^V Stoke., •• “ " Stokfw A Co.
tW Offlce at the .tore of Henry W. Quarles, No. IB Pearl street.
Richmond, V*- oc19
FASHIONABLE SPRING CLOTHING.
HENKY SHAFER,
»0. 103 MAIX STRKKT, CORVKR MTH.
HAtl now on hand, si.d offer* fur «alr on lltw.al term*. the most
fashionable. b> «t made and cheapest assortment of
KKADY-M A dk clothing
AND
BENTLETIEN*N M IINUHIEMI hOdlis
In be found in the city, embracing every approvrd style and quality.
Ill* good* srr made up from the m«*st choice pattern* of French,
Kngh%h and German Importations.
Griiklrnirn wishing fine Clothing art lovited to call and examine
Ms st.-ck. 7
HEW APOTIIIX’.YKY ktori:.
RICHARD II. MEADK. T ROIlTRTK BAKER
(Uraduatt of the PhilMrlpliia College of Pharmacy.)
M E A I >£ cV BA KERg
APOTHIXAMII^MIKNIMTN a Iklil 1.LI4TN,
RICHMOND, YA.,
nAVK o|»ene(1 and flffed out with every convenient# and lm
protement. an APOTHECARY AND DRCO BTORK, at l$d
Main street. Northwest corner of 1hth# and Juat at*ove the new Cus
tom House. Their facilities and experience are such, that they feel ,
warranted in saying that Physicians’ orders and prescription*, and
every pharmaceutical preparation, will l*e Ailed and prepared as ac
curatdy and promptly as at any other establishment In the country.
Their stock I* entirely netr, and was tel-rNd with great care by
themselves in person, and no article will he issued which may not
be perfectly relied upon for proper Merngth and purity of character.
They will at all times keep a complete assortment of pure and re
liable Drugs, Medicine* and Chemicals, Patent Medicine*, Burg leal
Instrument*. Trusses and Appliances of every description, ground
and unground selected Bpl. es, Conking Kitr*rt*,Rm«king and Chew
Ing Tobacco, Me /Inesf import*it (V^.ir*, fancy Articles. Lubln’s
and other celebrated Perfumery and Boap*, Colognes, Brusht* and
•very art’cle appettalntog to tl*e Drug business I* I* their design to
give strict personal attention to the business In all Its branches
PRKBCRIPTlifNB will be accurately dispensed by one of the part
ners, at all hour* of the day or night. j*?6
R08I WO *i* 188 N18MA8I
KWTIIK subscriber* would Inform the cabinet manufacturer*. piano
JR forte makers, and others of this city and vicinity, that tliey |
have cpsfltd a yard with suitable building*, nt No 47n Washington
Btreet, In the cl y of New York, where they have on hand alargs
•nd very superior stock of the finest wood to be found in the Catted
state*. We offer.
ft. fine and extra fine rosewood veneers.
fW»,*sk> ft. do. do. mottled mahogany veneert.
•B.Rat ft. do inah gany shaded veneer*,
ft. plain do do do.
ft mahogany crotoh veneers, various sixes.
AbJWO Ane do. draw till veneer*
Bn^mn extra Ane mahogany, do do.
Sb.Asi ft Ane b|i*trre«l figure I walnut, do.
ft mottled do. do. do.
Ri/kin ft walnut crotch veneers, draw butt sixes.
MjWW ft. do do do various do
Bojmhi ft. Ane and extra fine satin wool veneers,
ft. sebra veneer*.
47,Ann ft curled and bird’s eye maple veneayt
77/wmi ft seasoned rosewood, mahogany, and satin wood
boards, plank, and Joist of all thickness Plano and Cahlnst Moul
dings, 7>i different patterns, all at very low prices, and upon as fa
vorable term* a* any other establishment In the country. Orders
will be Ailed with the utmost care and dispatch
If AW KB A WlfLOroilflY.
No. B7*» Washington Btreet, between Beach sad North Moore at.
8i mm _ RftfsriOHf.
IRWIN N. Ml Nil A 4 0.s No. A4 Vf.ta Bvasrr. offer
A f'*r sale:
70 hhds good to prime New Orleans B«tf*r
Aim hhl# Cnffw, OrsiM ard Powdered (Btuart’s and other
brand*)Bngar
M hove* Loaf
f' hhds prime Cuba Mola*#es
Bn hhl* prime New Orleans Molasee#
Ann bag* food to prime Rio Coffee
•BA bags prime l,agn.tyra do
4>1» pockets prime Java do
19B boxes and half boxes Adamantine, Bpsrm and Tallow Dan
dles
Bln Bide* Bole l^eather
fhB kegs Nails
97 bales Cotton V.inee
95 do Candle Wick
4t« kfr* No 1 snd 9 Mackerel
DNS) Gunny Bags
A general aasortm»nt of Teas, Virginia and Georgia Cotton Yarns,
Rice, Tar, Ylnrgar, Tanners' OH. Bhot and lead, Glass flops. Boap,
Ntarrh, Blacking, Wrapp ing Paper, Painted Buckets, Pepper. Plmen*
lo. Leading Lines, and Powder. Bportlng and Blasting. mM>1
\ T9 r. HI 4 %N AVI 9: % IIW. Tailors Bhears, Trimmer*, 141
. diet Brltaors. Ac , of II Wendt's celebrated make, warranted
In quality, In new and Improved pattern*, and the nnlv complete as
sortment made, for tale by RDWARD CORNING A CO ,
B1 John strset. New fork.
Agent* f«r If W»ndt mh5 Ann*
|Khlll > III TTI H. fuketf. •
™ W a sapor lor srtloJs, Just rsnslvsd snd for sale by
M6 OMAR f. WORtHAM A 00.
ANDREW WIND’S
A EMM trAN, CANADIAN. ECROCKA S A WEST INDIES
AUV»JKTINI*€i * NIH«4KIFTI»> OtFICK,
No in Nowoo Sottt, xd la A'uaaoet Sink,
NKW YORK
NBW VOHKi mil >11 > A. WIl rHtRPTUY.
I'.VITEl) STATES MAIL STEAMERS.
T»i k niip« roqpHinmj -—
tht. line are the WA8IIINDTON. Captain R.
CaennoT. IIKKM ANN, Cap*. Kt>wani‘ lltovm —
I"!'*— Xton Atop at 8outl.Anjpt.jn, b.,th (olnf jJSBMilL.
And returning
PROPOSED DATRS OP SAILINO—I4M
Prom Sooth -
Prom From Ampton f.>r
Nt» YWI. Bremen. !)>• York
SUvrrt Of. Salnrtuy Wnlnoortiu.
Hana.ua.Jan*y *4 Frb'y ti Pub’r *J
Wamnutmiu . f.b'y la March il Mar M
U ana ago.Marl, n Apr I It April IS
WiuiHToi . April It May IT May *1
”“>***■ . .Mar IT June 14 Jun. 14
Waafliaunm .Jan. It Jaly If July 14
Haanau.July 1* Aug't t Aotr’t l«
W..K1AOTO..Aog't » Sept r 4 S-pfr 14
Hnaana. Sept r 4 Oet'r 4 Oet'r 4
Waaniaom*.Oet'r 4 Noo'r 1 Nor1, S
JtoRMAMi.Nor'r 1 NnrV » Drr'r S
Waaauuroa .NoT'r 1* Do-'r »T Due'r *»
Stopping at Southtmpton, loth going ami returning, U«y offer
pnmrngrra. prooordng -» LmIui and llatrr. adrar.lagtt or AT any
othar route, lor thu eeoaomy ol line and money.
taaaaaa raoa uatr raag to aorraABiren a*p aaauaa
Pint Cabin. Main Saloon, Situ , Firm Cabin. Lunar Saloon, SI 14;
Sscood do $4U.
All Utim and naaTaaB.ru utuat parn through th, Pout OflU-r
No bill* ol ladlag will bo algaod or puro»L roeelTod on the day •
railing
Iw tr.lghTir"pIm»/r*T^,^*u) ' ^ t!*9AND.
11 Boulh tVIlliam at . Nr. York.
C « HK.INRKrs S CO . Hr,men.
_ CRU8KICV A CO , Southampton
JalT—lypp]__ WM TSKI.1N. lUrrr
STKA.n BCTtITCk
NEW YORK <fc GLASGOW.
OiM«AEDEft<> _
EniNBL’KOII, tV»i u>n», Cvmulmq
NEW YORK, tlftn •• ... ^mr Cisw Sajjgp
qlaroow, mf •• ... jo** i»v»cr»
Thr GImeow tnj Sew York Steamship C»mp%n j Ini'*-.*! saUmg
their now and powerful Skuncri from New York for Uliwov, di
rect, a* u&drr r
KDISHrmil, HtUrdEj, Srptrrobfr 18th.
NEW YORK.
GLASGOW, Saturday. August lfttn, It o'clock, noon.
asm or rsMtsoa.
First Clew .
A limited number of Third Class Passenger* will t*
taken, supplied with provisions of g »».d quality,
properly cooked, at .... . $80.
An experienced Surgeon attached to each Steamer.
for Freight or Passage, apply to JOHN McflYMON.
88 Broadway, N. T.
N«w k ork City Bills or Gold only received for Passage.
dolt—dly_
****** n D r « MAC't'U.
PETER LORILLARD,
manufacturer.
No. 4t Chatham street. New York,
SUCCESSOR o' 1’rrm a <#» row I>>riu.sri>. offers for sale all
kinds of SNLFF and TOBAl'COS In geucrai use. For partlcu
• ******* Craaaxr ran he obtained hy addressing is shnvr.—
This Establishment bone nfthe oldest efth* kind In the United
******••_ malt—ly (w.)
I "I'M"' °f WIT, ROmAAf'E AADMACI*
■J bri'.g tranA’ailnna from the Trrnch, n.w ..lit .t., beau
tllully llluatralcd. Catalogue, km free, no eneln. n« a tl.r -.-r.nl
ataepto 11.8 U. SMITH A CO.,
-»n—|w] B.., 49ia, stw Talk, p. O.
SOUTHERN LOTrERY!
O.V TUB HAVANA PLA\.
ZIOKF PHIZEN TIIA\ HI.ARKR.
7.SOS PRIZED_tin.) nnn nvtv i - non
prizes payable without deduction:
JASPER COEXTl* ACADEMY
LOTTERY!!
BY AUTHOUITY OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA
_ . . L'LAas «|.
To h* drawn Sei*. ’Sth, 1S.V!, at CONCERT HALL, Macon. Geo , an.
n/dIt ‘V'rn s“p<:rll“*n<,e!i':' "f Co. Gao. M. Umax and Ja». a.
Patron* will ptc:,*e raamlne thtc *cheroe careftally—compare it
with any other, and if It 1* not the beat ever oScied, and the chance,
to obtain capitals far better, don't purchase ticket*.
. _ CAPITAL «I 5.000.
J .lift.urn la. |unM
J “ 5.°"B •* ...
' “ . If,WO I*.... itav
j •• .i,<—are.
“ fkej are . i.fasi
Jp lt«< are . 7 QM
»'* ApproxImaUona of ... $.•». are. l.iaio
?! J* . Ittare.. 1.S90
."! *0 arc. l.ituo
, I** __ po . lu arc. j_,aa,
■ Pr.ae* of. $*4 arc . AI.Tlo
*.Su6 Prise*, amounting to.. $ltc2 nuo
i£T~ Tick,:. $10; Halee* $9; kficrur* $2,90. -a *
,*J'!IiI',S!2!.,,2V are determined b» the number which draw,
the $19.1100 Prise; if lhal number should hr an <cli nu'uhrr. Then
every old numhrr ticket in the Sch-tr.. mill h, entitled t. $«9n ,(
an even number, thrn eerry eern numlier Heart will br entitled' U
uc", In addition b> any other Prta> which may be drawn
Purclmaeralo buying au equal quantity of ..id and eeen number
Tick. u. Will be certain of diawlng near.y one half thr coet of the
»*mr, with chance* of nbtJiinlnr other prtar*
loMo'.T v'*.*'Ddlngwltb ... *. 4, «, », arr eveo-all tho*e end
1 UL! 1 ' '• V* kre odd.
Person* sending money by mall need not fear Its being lost.
Orders punctually attended to. OomtuunlcafionsconlldcnHal Bank
Note, of sound Rank* taken at par.
Yhote wishing particular number* should order immediately
A.ICIee... JAMES V WINTER, Manager.
-PPL®___Maoon, tia _
Awara Lainurr. an ward y. anaiaaoa.
* hoiiinmin.
GRADUATES OF THE PHILADELPHIA COLLEGE OF
P/IARMACr, PRACTICAL CRKMISTSA.WO
0„„„„ PHARStACKL'TlSTS,
FFKR to country physician* and families a perfectly -
»«w and raesn *tock of pure and reliable MEDICINES'. flU
together with lICBomik larTarnatrrc. I'aarmaav F*ncv
Goods, and aH other thinga In the Drug line, which they will ZM
sell on • r br*t term*.
fW~ Chemical and Pharmaceutical Preparations made to order,
and sent to any part of the country.
„ LAIDLKT a ROBINSON,
^ctl Drug store, 4th and Franklin streeU, Richmond.
_LAKr« A RHINE,
AUCTIONEERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
W74 Fills yfrref, A'fcAirwarf, Pu
ILL glee their undivided attention to all sale* of Ural and
Personal Estate, sale of Houaehcld Furnltore, Stock, Goods,
«c., Ac.; aim, ipcclal attention to sale* on Saturday* of II, r»e*
Cow*. Carriages, Wagon*, Ac ,Ae.
Alao. keep constantly on hand the largest and handsomest atock of
nrnlturr to he found In thla market, consisting In part of—
Mahogany and Rosewood Wardrobe*
Do Marble and Mahogany top Cabinet*,
Sideboard* and Waanstand*
Splendid Spring Seat Sofa*. Trtr a Tries, Dtean* and Lounge*
Spring Suit Parlor, Cane and Windsor Cl,air*
Spring Cur'd Rocker*, Sociables, Whatnot*
A'*0' » beautiful assortment ofChsiubrr Sett*, together with a
general anortment of Housekeeping (|,„d»
The city and coantry trade are Invited to examine our oollectlon
5T o' ?rf ‘<»l«n»lned»o cell at a very (mail advance on roet.
«•*« JAMES M. SHINE.
THOM AN w. K EEBEE,
AUCTIONEFR,
OFFICE AT (JEO. J. SUMMER’S
50. 20 PEARL STREET, RICIIMOAD, viRGI.VIA.
Attend to t!w air of
REAL K8TATF, and uTrry description of MKHCllANPI^F.
JOHN ( . XII AI GK.
TAILOR AND DRAPER,
I'.XOIIANOE IIUILDINO,
h>c*riim eraarr. Bicuvoan, rraotau.
al/ OuLI> respectfully call atu-otlon to lit* new #tjlc* of PPKIVQ
▼ ▼ and StJMMKK GOO Pi. _ iSf-dly
r*r«» w. oaraas ^ w. trrue i
• IfHI'BHS A AI'PKRMIX,
PRACTICAL DRL'OOIPTfl.
OPPPR for Mb- a general at*, rinm.i of genuine M,-.|lelnea. al
war* frrah. and a great variety of Fancy artklry. Perfumery,
*«-. »' price* a* low a* they .-an he in,tight m III* c'l*
_J»**_ORL'BRP A APPERPON, N Wt Broad at.
will i itt B Al i i i m .
.. «»*cr»cTra*» iwmaraa «an nauaa la
PAISTS. OILS, t>LASS, .ISO ARTIST S MATERIALS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
_a 14t it'tin mtrnrt. fticAmontf, fa. jal 9
JrPT PURII9IIED.
SAHA TOO A:
A TALK OK 1787.
A Ktmuinn, of Antrimin Bor i„ n,r ,*,« IV. me. U me .
it on) in. Prior h\ «S
4 MPRICAN Not El IrTP bavr ..I laa conflDcd the a.eelrr* male.
e‘m ly to aket. hr* of anct.l and domett, Mr They have *in.cl
to prodore minlaiorr* and cahinet pWra rallnr than Idatnrleal i k>
t®rvf The author of "flAiAfisu" t • • rhn*«n a large can*aa«. *n«|
ha* wrought with a bolder baud Rv placing the «. rna of h * at. ry
no a hat wa* tlirn the verge of rlv! tat but, and portraying rharar
Ivr* trained In all the n'genrlea of border I'fr, he ha* rrn*trartfd a
narrative full of atar ling incident and thr li ng adrentur*. olth. nl
vb lat-tig the prol-ab ltt'er of hitter? The bt Id, cauli- tt« wroteman,
Pardy Hr ghatn. thr wa'clifal, tact,tarn It flan, Cat,cot. aid thr wt
Iv. r.rerfrful half h-erd Joe. will compare 'av ral-ly wl I, it... s,at
delineation* in th* "Leathrrrtn. kit g Tab *" id t‘c great American
Novella! Pme* Ooora* put forth ht. earl er at d better novel*, no
American autvh baa orllten a o. rk of Ihla rlaaa pc. .ait g m.r.ta
«q ial to iM# tal# «.f ||fl* on the h ? I* r«
Th* title ofth't book fflre* u* to fcnow at onee the nature of Ita
content* It abound* In Incident* o* ati earning character
CONTF«lTF:
Caartaa I A Mocking In the Wood*
Cr*ay Jake
" JU Tie Abduction
IT • • TheFprng* in 17AT.
Tlie Vfh’ March.
VI • • The Trail
- VII • The Flight.
" VIII . The Farentt.
• X Found but not Caught
X • - The Oarern
* X» Ivor Ho
" XII Jacob at Vf«<«oo.
" XIII . The Rp«r«r
** XIV • What Ml .wed
" XV • Indian Joo.
"XVI • The Atom*
" XVII Fandy I'*riflam
" XVIII Jo*’* •ocond itiwipt at Ton
ff*anee
XIX • • Tlif M.-rn ng
• Old Arq-.ia'ntaneo
XXI Mr V|ic*w.
** XXII Joe In Flrrll.
XXin The Nonl r* Tho Gown.
XXIV Xroleationa
" XXV The Fr»*ooer
•'! JJi!. 2* *t'** •ftf* Fooling*
XXVII The leonatw*** Rocape
" XXV||f Fl* t!c* 4fVI»it|o«
XXIX I’nrfprrlrd IrifiMjntrn
J3J A" Entlr-ly New PrngraoMae.
aaaI • • Joe* W 'gram.
•• XXXII The War Path.
•• XXXIII Fate cf the Luoatle
" XXXIT C-.nctnalon
For aale In Rtebm-«nd by
•«»* OEORtlE M WEPT, l«th Ptmvt
| m.otm a r it r.T< iiiminI i i.otii nthr. r« »*•
a. ' RHP • w« have Joat received another awpplr of the*- uavful
article tor holding Cloth t ghlly when marking with Indelible Ink
WE ADR A RAKER, Chemt.ta,
»«H 1HN W. Comer of Wain k IMh PM.
■ 4 W NII Ac., - W. have a few very pretty Jaconet. *1 1«V
I mA »l*o Dm at 1|t< emu, and Lawn and M-talin Robe* low
*»•"•* 0. HARTWELL A OO
MEDICAL.
HALTI.ROUt; LOCK UWIPITAL,
PR. JOHNSTON
rgROT yppifoa .r th. 5wM?.£dloiui&S: Ur, u,. .0.1
*■ e*rtAlI“' *pwwlj and onljr efferaual remedy In the world for
SECRET DISEASES,
Oouorrhum. Gloria. Rtricturc.Seminal WrUnm. I'ain* in the Loin. ,
OonWtlutlno.1 Debility, Impoumcy, Weaken , , ihM^. •, w,.
Affection, .,f th* Kidney,. Palpitation ,.l th. Ilmrl. t/ynwo...
e.m. Irritability, Dlacaae. of the Head. Throat. Sue, RkiT Ind . ,
thow> •ertou* and tnelaucholy disorder, arising from the i. crnf - !
bablU of youth, which doWroy both hotly and mind TVtar we
and solitary practice* are more fatal to their elr-tlm* than th ton
of th* Syren* to th* mariner* of tly****. blighting their meat hr
Uant hope* or anticipation*, rendering marriage. . ln), _.tc
YOUNG MEN, 1
aaperdalle, whs have hacema th* rlctlm* .if R.Jliar* V that h,„
hil aud daitro tlv. hats: which annurjly ,w*ap. u. . ■.■m,'.
grave thousandi of young men of th, moat <ia.w-i 'at,.., mat hr t
I™** ”*•. •*”* "•'«♦>» otherwue hare entranced lt*tnn!ng Seoa
with th* thunder* of tloRutmc*, or waked to ao-lacy in* titom l»r.
may call with Mil eoufldcoe*. ’ ^ Wr>
MARRIAGE.
Married F-r*. n,. .r Young Men c ytilamp'.altlig Marriage, hel-ig
awam of Physical w. akn..., organic IVh tty, Deform trim, Ac
Mood Immoliatele eon*ul> Dr. Job a Won, and ho restored to pjrfor
He who pUcm f.lnmlf under th* care of pr. Joboatnn m.y reh
<vm- y ""rffd* In Id* neoor a* a genU.man, aud con&lently rrit
upon hi* akih a* a pf ye.Uoa.
ORG tNIC WRAKNEM
<»raJ and fall rffw roMorud.
c_™ 4o"Ml fiauacoUy paid by thorn who Lae,
mprolnrr tnduUauc** Tnung iwrac., are U.
apt In summit two , from uot be n* aware ,.f Ul- dreadful cure
RiMnre* that may eceu- Sow, who that node; .tend. Ui- auh,,..
“* PuW*t <* frocrmtiou w lorn *J by
i ry* ‘“•wb^T >>> u, vm *l umidei
Wing deprived lb* p|. awn, af healthy Jfcormg. Uw meat wrw .. — •
’ —lJ** *« both body and ttilrd art**. The nitr.
I tie.*.,me, d,i.n*-d. the phyr-a) and Mental p,w*r« Weakened. n,«
rod* debi.i.y.dr^ep,, .. palp, tt,I in nt the heart, tn iwt.tiun. a war
tlngj a,i.am.,roug!i. tympp.m, of tmuyuou. etc.
r*r JolINBTON U th* .n.y ragu-ar Physician mrni..,, w, cu-e
Rrlrat* l oinptainu lit, rcm«.iici and treatment a>e e. uniy un
known to all otnor, >■ reared fropi a life spent iu the great lL*ni
tal* ..f hump* and th* Bra la tLi, country, rw. England, France,
"ha Ilir.ilrr of Pfillal-'p l.Ja, Ac , and a more . atrnwre nrcatice'han
any ojat ri-p/l*. III the world. HI, tiiaiiy Wonderful r*re* a*i.l
mrwt important Surg'd operation* »re a wuBcl-ut ruira te to th.
afflicted Them win, Utah to be .peedlly ami effe.tu.lij ,.,„d
should ml.un .La outurrmu trlil.ng Inn oiler., who only ruin their
health, and apply t* him.
orrtoa-.No. J SOUTH FREDERICK STREET, |»n hand Me go
lag from Baltimore «r„t, *ee,n d.nm frem tl.r corutr.
C*“ He particular In obmrrlng th* name and namber, or you wii
mliukt th«f (itin1.
^ take NOTICE—Observe the name on (be doer And Wia
dowt.
A CURE WARRANTED, OR NO CHARGE, IN FROM ONE Tv
TWO DAYS.
so if SRC CRY <‘U .V.1 CSRoCR DR COR CURD.
DR. JOHNSTON,
Member of the Royal College of Surgeon*. London. graduate from
one of the moat eminent College* of the Utitual Mat,, and th, greater
Kt of whom life ha. been .pent tn the Hoipllal, of London Faru
laddphla and etaewhere, l.a, effected ...me of th, moal aatontah
tng cure* that illercr known. Many troubled with ringing !„ tb.
ear, and head when ailcep, great nerrouimrM, being alarmed at »ud
den •oun.lt, and baahfulnea., with derangement of mind, were cure.:
Immediately.
A CERTAIN DISEASE.
When th* misguided and Imprudent rotary of pleajure Bnd, b>
ha. Imbibed the eeed, of thl, painful diaeam, It too often happen
that an Ill-timed mnm of (harne, or <l,,*il of diacoeery. deter, Ur
from applying to thorn who. from education and respectability, cai
alone befriend him, delaying till Uie COhltltuUonal lyuipoiml of tU,
horrid -liwaac make their appearance. ,u h a, ulcerated wire throat
. .“v nocturnal paint In the head and lltub,, dimnea,
'lcAiur**, aodr» on the Ahln U*t*ef and arm*, blotchr« on ihc
hena. lac« and rxtrvmlt*c*. prucrr**lnf with fri»t.tfol rapidity, till a:
!*•: the paUtc or the month or tne K.nea of thr dum fall in. and tfcf
victim of thta awful diaeaae borrorru^ a horrtd oty»ct of c.immliera
Uon* till dtraih puU a period to hit <im*dfu] »uff«rinn. by aendia#
Mm to
“That bourne from whence no traveller return*."
To »uch, tliertforv. Dr. JOHNt*TON pted«v« hlm^lf tn pr«*err
the most Invic^atsU- *e<*recy; and, from hi* rxt«ntio> practice* In th»
Qr»t HoaMtal* in EarotM- ini Airsrv. i *. ___Vi____
mend A talc a:*l speedy curs to the unfortunate victim of this horrl
alMit.
It U % melancholy fact that thousand* fall victim* to thl* dreadfu
complaint, owing to the unsk Jfulness of ignorant pretenders, whr
by the use of that dreadful poison, mercury, ruin the ronstltutior
and either send the unfortunate sufferer to an untimely grave, crels.
make the residue of life miserable.
take particular notice.
^ 3 addresses all those who have Injured themselves by privet*
and Improper Indulgences.
These are tome o' the »ad and melancholy -ffecU produced by ear
ly habtts of youth, vis Weaaness of the Back and Llmba, Pain r
the Hea l. Diir -ess of ^Ight, Los* of Muscular Power, Paipttatlon ci
the Ue*rt, Dyspepsia. Nervous Irratibdity. Derangement of the Dl
gestlvr Function*, General Debility,Symptoms of Consumption Ac
MENTALLY.
Tl* fearful eff^ts on the mind are much t<. be dreaded. Loss of Me
mory. Confusion of Idea*. Depression of spirits, Ev.l Forebodings
Aversion to S* lety, Sri? Distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, Ac., ar*
some of the evil# produced.
Thousands of person* of all ages can now judge what is ths . aus#
of their declining health. Losing their vigor, becoming weak pale
and emaciated, have a singular appearance about the eyes, cough
and symptom* of consumption.
MARRIED PERSONS,
Or those contemplating marriage, being aware of physical wrakne**
should Immediately consult Dr. Johnston, and be restored to perfect
health. 9
DR. JOHNSTON'S INVIGORATING REMEDY FOR ORGANU
WEAKNESS.
Bv thi* great and Important remedy, weakness of the organ* ar*
■prtduy cured, ar.d full vigor restored. Thousands of the most ncr
Vousabd debt Mated, who had lost all hop*, have beer. ItmntdlaU-.T
rePerrd All impediment* to Marr.age. Physical or Mental dimrna
itioi. Nervous Irritations, i reniKmg* and W’eaknes*. «>r sxhaustior
of the most fearful kind, *pe*d ly cured by Dr. Johnston
YOUNG MEN
who have lnjure*l themsrlrc* by a certain practice indulged in wher
**°nc—a habit frequently learned from evil companions or at school
the effects of which ar« nightly felt, even when asleep. and, If Do;
cured, renders marriage impossible, and destroys both mind and
body, should apply immediately.
What ■ pity that « young roan, the hop, of h!« country. and tfc.
darling of bit ptrrnu, .hould bo matched from til proved, and tn
joymenta of life, by the coaevqucncc, of deflating from the path o'
ntturr, and indulging tn a certain trertt habit. Such ptraont,btfor.
contemplating
MARRIAGR,
•hould reflect that a sound mind and body are the.most necessary
requUllc, to proiootr connubial happlriea, Indeed, without ibc
the Journey through life become a weary pilgrimage; the protpeet
hourly darken* to the el-w; the mm.l ^vn„thoi„wrf with deapait
anrt Ailed with the melancholy reflection that the hapnlneM ofaboih
er become, blighted with our own
OFFICE NO. 7 SaCTl! FREDERICK STREET,
tV AU SURGICAL OPERATIONS performed.
S R. Let no falv delicacy prevent you, but apply Immediate!?
either per«on*lly or by letter.
IV SKIN DUKASES aperdlly cured.
TO STRANGER?
The mane thousand, cum! at thl, in,t!tut!or.Iwlthtn the laat 1J
year,, and the numerou, and Important Surgical operation, t*r
foftnrd by Dr. J , wltncaaed t.y the reporter, ur the pater,, and man.
other per«on». notice, of which have appeared again and again he
fore the public, bealde* M* ,t*t dtng a, a gentleman of charadet
and re»pon,il>!l,ty. la a JufRclent guarantee to the afflicted
TAKE NOTICE.
It I, With the grealeet reluetance that Dr. JOHNSTON permit, hi,
carJ to appear before the publi<-, deeming it unprofessional for ■
phy«lr!»n to adTertlw, but unlc* he did an, the afflicted, repeclali,
•tranger,. could not fail to fall Into the hand, of the many Impudent
and unlearned imp...ten, with itinqmcrabl* fai.e rime*.or combined
quark,nop*, (warming the* large cltiee. copelng I>r. JohnM.in', »d
rtrtUeuuiu ade.rti»lng ihemwlve, a, pi.yatdana, illiterate, ,hal
low.brained fellow,, too lafy to work at their original trade, will
ararce two Idea, Iwyond the heute, who. for the purpc.e ..f enticing
and deceiving, carry on flee or ,ti ..fflree. under .-., many dift-rat
fahe name, «o that the afflicted Granger ewaplng on*. I, mre *
tumble headlong into the other Ignorant guacka with en„r
mou, lying certificate, of great and aMounJlng rure, from perca,
not to t*e feund. who kwa you taaing large battle* of Lio«»rtcv Watri
and other packages of filthy and worthies* compounds, renntngly
prcpWfdto impose upon the unfortunate and unsuspecting Trlfltci
mouth after month, „r as long as the amalkst fee can be obi a I no*!
and. In despair leaves you with ruined health, to rgh over your gall
ing disappointment. ; F
It U this motive that induces l*. J to advertise, for he alone can
cun-you. To those unacquainted with Ms reputation, hr deem* It
nresMarr to MV that lilt rrf.but.a)a ,.r 4i.j«m.a ml._V_a .
r --”
No letter* received onlea. poet paid, and containing a etan-p to be
‘h' r'P'7 P-raon. writing ahould -tale age. and aend that
poet! .p of ade.rtteripent l-eccbingaeirptr-mj ap9l —dip
DOS> t> 4 t oT,
TOBACCO IND GENERAL COMMISSION VKRCHANW
CSoNSIGNMENTS af Tobacco, WLeal, Coiu and other produce
J rrepectfullp aollelted. V
tw Office ob Virginia -trerl, nemt to Try'a corner.
Richmond. March ft, IW mM4_ly
H tilth A M I MthlTt 11.1,.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
UECn\ X ro .atgomenta «f Toba.no, flour. Corn, Wheat, Ac.,
•* x™ *'»» Hielr pcrw.nal attention to tain of the •*»,-. and
keep conrtantly on hand a large aaaort-nrrt of Grocerl.*, peed,. Pe
l feST
ewaatg* n'oaVata, LVToicoaa
_ Me tl'LHIm H'S MlM,
SOMMI.-SION MERCHANT*.
> rirtaaern era err, aiCHnonp v*..
Solicit rnn.lgnmenta af CORN, WHEAT, ELGL'R, TOBACCO. An.
March IS, IS68
John %. »t <• it t > s o ■>,
COMMISSION MERCHANT,
f >»i caar aan eiaontu eraaeee, ai.-nwoirp, ea,
' lV'il; r',r M* pitspnal attention lc the aale of WHEAT. CORN,
e ▼ TOBACCO, aud all other country produce conalgncd to I la
j ****- __ apIS
IMM.C.I I I \ t Mil
rVvwtee of fforerncr iamt Pruad/ia efeeeft
mmrilOT.ESALE INK RETSII. DEALERS in french and Amert
V▼ , m Pier limp |I, Selin DaUnce and Pa:- eak, n.r w in
dow Curtain*. flltnpa. Cord* endTaaerl* C >rr lc,n,- da ,,, | ft,,.,
1 Lace and Mnalln Cnnaln* . floor and Table Ini C’nthe ■ Heir Clc*h
and Plu«h, for S»'*». Curled lla‘r. S fe Springe, Twine T.. k. »let.
line-. Window Shade,, h-et furled lltir and Sloieh Vatlrw-c.
feather Beda; Lounger. Sofa He le . Willi many other ertlelea in ..ur
line of butt net*, all of which will he «old on Ihc n-i r*eaonaMe
trrme. and I’epee llangli g end Cplmlatering tunr.neily ettend.d-c
! In town or country
HEAD qi ABTEKI FOR FANHlONAHEi
f in lit INI,,
SILVER NEPAL FOR IRKS.
J1IIF monitor* of thr togMa'ur* and •trangi»rt Flatting th* city,
• r# rrqnr«trd to rati At thr oM c*t*ht.«» mmi. Xo If* <*or»«r
i of Main and Itovrrn r atrrrta. ami armru th» an outfit f.,r
I xlnlrr. a* thr tutotitor b u on h*od ft largr and flegant aaaort
■ rarnt of Omtlrmm’a Wraring Apparel, oot to to aurpaaard by any
I hotiar In thr city
A* ftn arid mo* of thr attfwrtorlto of hla nothing, hr wa* awarded
I pr#0,,ttm Mrdftl) by thr Mechanics’ Inatltutr for
i Mr krrto constantly ot» Hand »hr tort of CloUw, C***lmrrr#. Tnt*
' ing*, k? , with ft ac«>r* of «uy»rrlo* Worfenrfi II* de#-m* It ttnnrer*
• Hff. fths»r ft trfftl of 14 rrari tto ruWlr has h*«l of M* g>«ee<t«, %r «%•
morr In thrlr cmumsendatlon , llr warrants all Clothing hr ftrli«f|
ftttd rrrprrtfti’lf write it a « mil from M* old frW>4« and thr puM*
generally fitrktly oo tto <>nc prior *y*irtn. F ft FrFXOI,
Xo 1f»’ rorttftr of Ma'n tn<l CV>rernor rt«.
1*1 l*o I
▼ ▼ T.r--ti • w,,v> our j--or- t hn* • a Wool for *' •
•ftlo of W.mt, and havr rt*f*grd thr rrre<cE*a of Mr John Water
hoo«r. I hr formrr rlh< tml agrnt of thr Wool-tt Factory In IM«
• city Mia ftttmUon, If nrr*a«ary, will hr Alrvotrd rftdoatrrty to tMa
] tolnrH
All Wool rr.nrtgnrd to »« will to grade.). an that rft<-h ynrrhaarr
r«n buy rtarh Wool a* hr wanta. ftnd not to comfit In | to toy ruh
M will not an.wrr h*a foirp«mra Ttorr !• gr..wn In Vlrgtftlft a auf
•rlmt quantity of Wos»t. if ron -rntratwl ftf d gr«dr.|. to attract (to
ftf'mtton of mftnufiftrturrra and dratow to our martrt; ftnd w»
hnpr to awcoard In mtaMlahlng a good markrt for thr Wool grown
i nrar homr.
I For pftdicuUr* *rr our etrrutftra. CRrx.au aw ft C0 t
_ Ororrrt and Oommtaaton Mrrrhanta,
£2_ pichnir»d. Vft
mi •••fii.os ovit' hi M mm it rt
HTOIENItJt f— One of 'he heel and moat del'ghtfu! neepare
1 llowa aeer Invented f-r the He r, f »e rale At
MEADE A BIKER * New Apothecary Store,
I Bull I a» N W. (Vamweef Ella j I nth eta
f|w I IMDRISSFSARDHOI SI RI I PI Re.
a We her, tor a'e a feteni Sfer h, wMeh may he u-ed n * few
mitiNiee, re<intrea no boding, Imparda a Sue gloeey appearance to
Llnena Ac, and retain, ita Iren parrncy nd etltfneea longer than
any .dher In nae MESf'E A BIKER, Orem eta *c ,
_aal« __ las N W C..rner M.'n A Hhh Sra
AirR IPflSUPIPF.R. a-emr. targa and amau.
W Hr aale by aa IS DAVRBPORT, ALLEN A 00
RICHMON I) \v a i (}.
HEALTH AXI) Alll SKWK.NTS ok KMiLltqlIMKN ~
/Vom tin Lunjxn 7in*l, July i I it
The quarterly return of the Keg,»t,»M>eneral is this tin*
• most gratifying document. Alter ai! we hare heard
-Itl.il. the last two ream of want, disease, and mortality, 1
it ia *a agreeable change to turn to the narrative of na
tional b alth and increase. .Seldom were facta and figures
"nwv |>l ■ i-ant reading. The number of marriage* r-ele
hrat nl iu the Ural quarter of 1 M« U above the average.—
Ro'e b.v- and gitU were bon. all re and regiatered than
in a-,v previous tt.ree months iu the history of England.—
The eares* .>» births orer !.-atha amount cl in thia part of
Mv unit***! kingdom to 72.u2t. Tun p.opovtlon of death,
was not quite 2i in l,«bra. the average annual rate of tlia
7*. b-nitqj nearly 23 ... 1.0,0. The mortal,ty oltl.e
• !k>U of the !a.«t hail'yvtr Ha« M*u touch Mow the wee
™?erue. Better water and improved sanitary arrange
rn.-ou hare much diminish. I the unhealthiness ol the i
poorer district* of the atetronlL. .ud theg.e.t town. On I
the Whole, it la proved, in the ..pi. nm of tbe mo-t comp -
-wnt a.tlmrrties, that tne climate of England i* erntne. ti, i
.dub nm.. It ae.l ertal.lWied." rasa U,e BegiaUwc |
Oeiivral, that England ia the healthiest errantry in Eu
rarp--. A .a..ce stands next to Eugleud, iu salubrity, in
tbe CH.tibenial cue* tne annual rate ul mortality ia a
‘ do,u le“ in I.Obt), and the .ate t.rqurnUv ris-a
to H) iu 1.0(A). In Loudon the annual rate of mortality '
“ is 2A in l.UtIW." "
Just at t. i. fame crowds Cl our rountrymec are eve-y i
lay crossing the Channel on continental lours, or with !
purpose to establish thema-ires at some continental a.- I
>.ung.|d.ct). The progr—. uf aciei.ca is conttnuaUy wi
•lelaing ^ Circle at Bati-n wandering, aud the *p t
-Inch a few years Mt.ce w», thought wo, thy of a trank or
les-n a of sketches is ctrannunpi.ee now, and mt. ^
culgar m .twelvemonth. Yet the Englishman must go
ab oad. His fathers after the Peace, thought not a 111".
,1 Boulogne; the adventurous spi.it «|,« extended his
trawls b. Paris wes somewhat ol a lion in his own circle
-istcrx and cousin, were anxious to learn from his deep
etperieiicea, while sag-i perrons shook their heads. ai.J
iouh’ed the prudence of visiting a city which had such a
reputation. Now we fly orer land and water to the ut
most! parts ol Europe, aud erery one thinks it ne.cs.srj
>o nai l, in „ gondola or snn.ke long pipe* ia a caique.—
i.!® old h:igli4btij*n w Lo l»«ted foreigner*—particularly
I he'A reneli—and prt ferred a good wholesome joint to all the
kickstaws in the worlu. is t« be seen no lougcr; his rue
error of the pregent day is quite of tl.e ooposite achiral
•'* kno"* **•»“ th7r,‘u«1‘lT- He has a great notion ol
hia own French. Plriioiogica/iy it may difhr from the
common tongue in the r/,icra,a nature of its g-n
■lers and the increased irrrgularitr of the mbs; but it 1*
urrrrthrleaa . tine forcible language, and the model £. g
u»i. lou.i-t of the present day seldom loses an opportuni
II o' g it- Rut .till the French meiropoi.*,
he Rhine, and the A ip* are too near tv confer dUlinct*
:ton on the visitor. W i.at is tbe poor little
-xcursioiuct to the Rhineland and Chamouny in
he presence of one who talks about the t arpa
thians or the Second Cataract* Better not to travel at
all than only to lx limited to thia well trodden and noa
Dlebian tether. Thousands can talk ot Siusnheroiu>l and
. s .e U4J or MlIjniA A11*J ito PlAin of BllJuf;
■«ft u?t liiexi, do ponicLhihg grcAt, or *ink into iniigmn
c",.c*- Ur-nce we go to Sweden and Algeria, Wucomln
mill the Albanian roast, take up moat ol our spare time it.
a lotig voyngt* which i« ?crv unconitoruble,and hurrj bAck
alter tilling aeei. a* little as is pin-ibie in a two months'
xcursion. Now. on the strenlb of the Registrar-Geuer.
*1» report, we may be allowed to put in a pica in favour
of home. We <lo not say there is no place likH it, but
-tiU the conduct of our countrymen of late years has been
xs if their own land was a prison from which a natural in
stinct prompts a flight at tho first moment of liberty. Tt.e
usual argument is that health demand* a . hinge ol
air, and thcrclore a foreign clime must be visited. Now,
it is proved t:.»t England, -crowned with hills ol moderate
- elevation sloping toward* the c.**t and south,” hatred
■* by the shower* ol the Atlantic,”—though we will not
lay much stress on this peculiar attraction,—“cultivated
' ro,,re extensively than other Unds, and producing those
" uue«jual:.v breeds ol animal* which flourish only in heal
thy pUces, enjoys a salubrity beyond any of those conn
■ ries to which the flight of English plea-urc.stckcr# is di
r. cud. Why not, then, recur to the habiu of the cid
iin.es and travel about England ol which some of our
-oiinirymi-ii know much li-s than ol tl.« Khiue the I)au
ube, and the Tagus?
In tint days ol Die Georges England was very fashions
lie with it* own people; Joseph Andrews and Humphry
• linker travelled about England; poet* celebrated Rich
nond-hill and Grongar-htll; "Price on the Pielurttout"
-xtolled our naUvc hills and dales, and who would have
!h>ci. indignant at the id. * Dial any mere foreign moun
■ains like the Alps could be compared with them. Rut
those were times when war and bad roads kept people at
home, when a great lo.d and hia household could not go
down to the north without spending some hundreds ol
tsiunds on the journey, slid Chiswick or Siou were conse
quenlly preferred ss residences. The aristocracy went to
English seaside places and drank English waters, which.
'» do them justice, are not nearly so aliominable as those
of Germany. Consequently, the rest of the world did the
-.line. Alter all, our people are very easily satisfied, ss
my one w ho notices them as a tragedy or a display ol Go
vernment illumination* mus; perceive. They generally
admire preltr much what they are told, and, il assured oil
thefsi h of a respectable publisher that "the winding* ol
the river above the town are considered to constitute a
• nio-t charming effect"at any home locality, they will go
in a fly lo see the view and return a* much delighted a* il
It were in Switzerland or the Tvrol, while in the end •
great deal ol money will be aaved. We know, inde.d,
ihat il ia not mere change of pUce aud air that bard
worked Englishmen want after a year or two of residence
iti their own land. The difference of scene, language, and
manners, those influences which a higher class of archi
tecture and a more gmcrai diffusion t>f taste anJmtistie
l.-elii g exert, are all atlrtetiotis to people who have so
much monotony are to little lo gladdcu the vyc and etr
in their own country. Thousand* never vi*it the cor.ti
nei.t, but few visit it only one*, in crossing the Chan
...I we f'e.1 au escape f.om the necessity of having all
■'* I" do the snuie things in the same wiv—from the wea
riness ol the English weekday and the duluesa of the En
glish Sunday. The tourist a lifer abroad is a kind of primitive
existence; he dr>-«W's a* he hkes, eat* when he i* hungry
Irinka when he i* thirsty—which, a* a gen. rat rule, ia
somewhat offeii—and in this very contra-t to his ordinary 1
■ de consists much of the relaxation winch hia trip aflord*
Rut slid it cat.not be doubted that many go abroad who
care little for what they will see on the continent. Fami
lies who would be much luoie Comfortable and happy in
ii.nr own i-unu mm* !ti.rcer*ar;io follow the general
example, ai d the mania lor annual travelling U cumc.u
mcated from one to another until it haa become alinoel
part of tlic i.ature of the peoj le.
Now, »e can s-mcelv iloubt that much of this wander
ing is the result of inanffieient attraction* at borne. It is
>*ot that nature haa done little lor us; the country is beau
'iful. our mounlaina and lake* are ai least finer than any
iliat two thiide ol the kingdoms of Europe can boast; the
British islands are not a van plain, such as ext lid* over
Northern Europe ns tar a* the L'ial Mountain-; the cli
mate is. ss we said before, the uioat healthy in tiie world ;
why, then, do not the people prefer their own
country* In a great measure because our watering pa
re* have not kept pace with the requirements of visitors.
There ia neither accommodation nor amusement. Why
should th* Englishman with a few week* to apare and a
moderate sum to sp-uid go to any place wtthiu the limits
of tho tour -eas? He know* belorel.aud what he has to
expect Hi* choice is between a haigitighou.se on some
"Msrioe Parade,' with a harpy I mdlady by dev and in
sect tisiiants by night to disturb hi* peace, or one of the
hotel*, when*, with great displty of plate and pomp of i
wai'cia, eterything is cold, uncuro'oitddc, and eitortioi,- j
atcly dear. Amu-cmcM there ia positively none. Even j
lit* recreations ot past time* bar# been put an end to
hv the denunciation ol sonic powerful preacher who»e fie*. ,
lormances arc the i ea-est approach to theatrical rcpre*«i •
tationa suffered in the place. The visitors lotv ge about,
bathe, read last yeat'a novels, and wish the day at an end.
Theyconaequei.ee is, they will notconie again, and year by
year the town, with its fine slan ts and bracing air, become*
niore squalid, dreary, and desolate. Could not something !
be done Pi attract the world’ A good hotel is a great I
wtni, and one of the beat services which limited liability
could render would be to supply an establishment which
should lie able to rival in comfort, excellence, and cheap,
neas tin* hotel* ol the continent and the New World.
The back wardnesa of this country in auch accommodation
i» on* of the most surprising things in our civilization ; for,
mucii as is talked ol the ilotuestic habits of the Kngli#h,
the* are certainly becoming yearly more and more r-'*t!e*a
and gregarious, and any one who obeerve* their enjoy
ment of foreign sociability when relra-cd Irom the re*!
stramt* id their own indigenous habits will be disposed to I
beleive hi the sucres* r.f snv one who will give t)n-m on
their own ground what they now compass sea ai d
land to obtain. In increasing the attraction* of our places
ofsnmmci residence, Inith by piovnling good acconunoda- I
tion and cheerful amusement, lies the chance ol diverting
our countrymen Irom a habit which, It must be contested,
i* now running into excess.
Noam CaaoLivx Elxctioss.—Nine Counties are yet to |
lie heard front, to wit ■ t'arterrt, Charoko*-. Cur. duck, Da
vie, fraaton, ll vde, Jackson. Macon and Watauga.
lto» B sgg's rote in the Conn'ics heard from i* Jit,03ft
— Mr (iilnnn's 34.333 — /fe'eipA /fsjjiafre.
Taaworvn. Ms . A « lt.-YnlrMs) a sail heat was -link in IM*
barber by a whirlwind, and Mrs Wln-l.-w amt iwo children, Mrs
John Sr wn wild two chit Iren, and a da .* ler of Adam Baksr v.r# ,
drowned
St Loots, Ang 11. The Democrat announce* the w'fbdrnwal by
the tteumn democracy of ihelr eleetoral Heart, in 'wvos of lire Anti
SemenUea, but wlth-ut | vUi( op Hair pm*f principle* and doc
■ M
Monti, a Ait Mth-There ksea been see ere rains throughout lb*
Slate tor seeersl days, and fear* of the cotton crop are entertained
DSTWurv. Mica , Am U-—Hon. (two A. Peck was nomlnawat Ibr I
Ocnpwi ywMardwy by Uw tswcwiU of tbo U dlwtrVA. I
NKWS BY TELEOHAPH.
ARRIVAL OF Til BALTIC.
later FROB ECRoPK
New To.. Aug. 17.—The Mean, ah, p Baltic
w,**i Liverpool advice# to tha 6lh inaL OLa
lirings but Utile new. of an important rbarartvr Tbo
At tea, trom Near Torlt. arrived oat on the Sd The C 8.
rngjte Suxquohaim* reached G.Ualler ou th._*|d' of
THE .vat-sir V.-TION tv* aPatn
Saragossa »urr. u.lervii to the tfueen’, troop, ua.to
perietal Woe on tha evening of Frldav TK. („*a
troop, catered the e<ty without npporftion, .ad di-artnld
the citizen#. No deflnite particular* are kn**n but thw
d ed *H*"r ***°‘* l° l'*T0 h*«n effected without ai—|
AU Sp.*i-i has now si 1 hnutted to O’Donrell HU fotaira
Kdicy i# not kuown. bot it ia reported that i.a ia attempt,
ng to make up mailer, eith the I.ihe-al parte.
wivi'KiLarvKot* srare.
p Frtr°! ‘h*m U "? JM,W‘ * *°cp« tho return of
Peliwier, who hay hecn made Duke-.ad a rumor that tha
Kmperor is •uffetin. Irom *pi,i*i di-eaaa.
Dalian affair* arc unintelligible as aver.
There are report, of a ramie atrei.ee to Sardinia be
Pra. ce mfaror of Auet.ia. •
The R.npenif of Austria and tb* Ring of Prurale T.
baring an interview at Tnpliu
Denmark propose* to fmtify tha Found; a course which
• ««1 to be advUed by Koeata. •Wc*
A fleaand explosion at Salot.ica, Turkey, eauxed ema
10m of life and property. 7 V***
__ _ oeaatact.i rervtxMUic*.
^Oottoo Arm aud uochangwl a Over. 1.,. w
»riT*&,dm "oXJHTak. w"**r*
W“W -hha ». u . ^
Cert, unchanged. w A a Pa,ted brvtoe**.
Provision! unebar.g. d
lleoejr mere wrlng-nt. and In uaperarv deaaud mi_
3o9«i1» for money Ml* to Mi*. 7 4 A. B par cwal —
proceedings of congress
WaaBlworr.,,. Aug. Id.—Th* Senate paaad th. Uoua.
•mil revolution g.ving increased compensation to Uborera
rmplnyed in the elective and legi-Wtirc dei^menTof
p.vernment at Waahington ; also the House joint reeolu
non extending the time for Tex., creditor* to praaenTThilU
claims tnthe treasury; and postponed til! the third Boo
Jaliui £~i?V 'h!j1“U- «“the eattietnimtof th*
Julia* ot .he officer* of the revolution, and th. widowe and
irphane ot thorn- who dUd in service.
The .Senate failed to dim the Pmnss, -a »
nent, oyer the veto They pu**d the Uoute bill making
iporupMatton. for lig! bhouM rauhlahnU^.^ runnh,|
ute ,rD dVJ ^ K,nM*’ •nJ a r.crea*
mental,IkfnV .^"V' rrc*',,eJ Uor" thwir amend
Fm s« for fh^h- ‘^'Ur'bia ,he •Pi'mpnation of
pa**ed*b«h iloiitc*"*** ,e«;'UfUre- TI~ *»»• »
UiC Wn ra»kinF th. usual appmpria
mrr!, ImT* ,‘,*,'*n'Pr w,,h *" "'"endu.ent. Von
.urre.1 in by 119 majority, providing for giving notice of
ihe termination of the contract aliening additional com
>*n*Alion for th#» tran«nortA?ior ofth* matu __**_
lorh ami Liverpool, ii, the Collin*’ line
J.hK-M°Uae Pr-'jb^opri"- bill*, *nd the Se
- ' ‘ill cnpTrl«‘“ to dramatic .ml,ora,
uuj, at fix o clock, took a recem. ^
Alter the reces*. the House passed Ber.te bill amend
ng uu act entitled • an act requiring foreign regulation*
A commerce to bo Lid annually b, forv Corgre*.,” .„d
or other p„-po*e. ; .Iso, House bill g.anting bs.ur.tv land.
.9 the officer* and crea* of private a-med ve***l* rotn
m^ioneti by the l hired Statre-vna* 1.*, Day. M. .Uo
.he Nmate joint reflation for the aetiknient of the ac
:ihii.u of Cbarleg M. Strader and Edwin M Johnson, mail
^ntractore; also, bll.s for the relief of Dr. James Morrow
Msrv Beside and J \\ . Nyc; „,d ^*n*te btU for the pio
.♦cttott o. citizen* of the United Staten in the diacoverv of
island*. The hill for the in provetueLt of P*tau*co
nver passed over the President* veto.
T >e House receded, by small majorities, from their
uneiidtuents to the Legislative, Executive and judicial
cl£?Pl °"e »trihing out the appropriation of |2" OnO
or toe Kansas legislature, which was insisted on bv ten
najomy. 1
A bill lor the conati notion of a steam revenue cutter at
York, reo^ideivd md pibupiJ.
[The afjournmenl is to lake place on Mouday ]
[••cost, UESPAVCH.]
Wahbwctox, Aug. 17.—The Senate passed the bill
luting appropriations for Ocean Mail Steamship aervice
»ub the llous. proviso giving notice ol the termination
,1 the contract allowing additional compensation for tbs
transportation of the mail, between New Yotk and Liver
pool in the Collin* line.
In the House. Mr. Orr made a report from the cotuml*.
tee of conference on the Army Ap p,opr .lion kill, the*
they are nnable to agree. The House i„*i>red ot, iu
tmctidmeot that no portion of tue army shall be used
to enforce the law* of the Kansu* legislature.
At fisif past 4 o'clock, Sunday morning, both House*
uljourncd until 9 o’clock Monday morning.
Several fieiicral Appropriation bdl* are still pending on
iiaagreeing amendment*. °
The treaty with the Creeks and Seminole*, involving an
ippropnathm of more than a million dollars, baa been rati
i.d by the Senate. A half milliou ha* been appropriated
or the New York pert-office. •
0N’ THE COAST OP LOUISIANA—1*1. ASM *
i‘V^ LOST STXJriMBOAT
^ ASrt2ne »5*Sr ,w‘y,w’ uu* *Dd ‘h,rty •>»«
—T>1* *t*amer Star ess wrecked, And there war* two hundred And
Sftj persons rlingtns to tbs fruumei.t* At last meet unis, swu Hue ae
ustw.ee. Which hud been rent lo term. ' * “
Cum-ti island was also submerged, with similar effects bat oa
l*“‘*r* "v r'c'“'*J n>* ships H. wditch and VUrrsllu
tnd hr c l reel; wrnt srriou.iv damaged near tbs mouth of tbr rlr»r
Vumrr .us •tewnh.-.u, B»iboare and other cr»fl were Injured os, the
*‘r T1” »•<«<■*« placet were ew.pt, wtarresisiw off
md hath hroseeu lout.dstet Tbe dee's jetton rf propene le ius
ner.ee The steamer PMladtfphia. from New Tor* and It a runs
,sd Just arrtred at quarantine, and escaped Injure '
.. . [srorsr. Mental.)
>«w oilasss, Aug. IS— Ate,unit fer.it taet Island eerlfv the
•a uf T*;t*rJf7 Oo' hundred sr.d eigt t per sous are nseer
am-d to hatr been l..»i, nr J It I* (eared lh»t Grand falllosi Island
mother watering place, I at shared tke same fat* Tbs corn, col'
on cud sugar crops have been inra'mltblr ligored.
The aoMdecra of Lest Island reached here this morning TV#»
-•t.mnlr the Inaeofl.le at two hundred; out 1 unrlrerl and stgttv two
sddTllraJwd mJilAs0*'!? “L “l?7 of u>* s«rvl»srt are w..ended,
elUi Lru.sed and broSen .nnbu The deu-i todies wars plundered be
‘ **t of pirates win, inhabit the Island '
irman nsaetrew ]
[stand, t ui there -“f eadoubEdTy Vre^wi ^tTfe *t£jT h'™
3T!!5 1••Mf •!,b*
The IM OB LMt Ifilaufl WU |10rt,.44». It U »u, poM (Kst $10ut*>
n n.oorjr. tiith# of th • f#li U»U ib« L.oJ. of tb«
p rate*. U«l k# $5.t*00 to hargifr
Ot the river. the bank, at B.p. ufara had caved In,carrrloa awav
llfet mtJmfr*. hut no IIVm WrTt loot 9 * 9
.'Kvrrfti »»*f • wire blown • •bore «t the vioMth of tbo *1»»Ik l,dl
iud th- teieirrapJi I n* ftroni th«neo auffrreil tevrrrly
Wh Ml M‘n,h-*u r' *""> *»'»•». Hon/oraa. I, Mho,, .1
■vu.b ".’Ifl eh* report! a large 9r- at Relic fl». daw bolora bu
kparture, Invol.tuf a loss of half a attll on of dullara
BOSTON QUA KA N TINE REGULATION.
Boston, August !«.—Tlta Bo.id of Aldermen to-dar
raesed sit otdinance detaining at quarantine a LI veaeris
roiu Southern porta where the yellow lever is re nor ted to
•xist. r
THE DAMAGE TO THE STEAMER ARABIA.
Halifax, Augu-t 16.—The *tean.ei Arabia is not as
nously injured. Divers are at work stopping the leak*
TEXAS ELECTION
Xrw Orlxans, Aug. 14—Account* of the Texas elec
tion indicate an incieased Demociatic majority.
OUTWARD BOUND. ~~
Niw Tor*, August 16.—The steamer Atlantic sailed
lienco to-day for Livtnpool. Sbe take* out filHAiMM) in
Rrecie.
B A LTIMORE M AR KETS~
Baltimore. August 16—Flour i« «,m. Sales of JO.
li«'liW*. Howard street, City Mill*, and Ohio, at fir. jo.
" heal i« unchanged Fair lo choice reds, gl.STaBl 44
g.wtl to prime white*. #; i;,|j 54. ,
Corn U lower. Rales ol white and yellow at 34sAO els.
NEW YORK MARKKTrC
Saw ) ork. Augu«t 16 —Flour lisa advanced. Rales of
t.OUU hbl*. Good Stale, fo.io ; super fine Ohio. B6 »s
lUu iar J Southern, *
Wheat i* h'g’ifr. Rales of 29,000 bushels. Western
red. *1 Si , Southern white, »| 6*a#l 70; Ullnoiw white,
; *>*w .1 erfif? rnJ, f 1 56
Corn is dull. Rales ol 20,(KM’ busheU. Southern ml ted
52| cents. •
Explosion op a Locomotive.— We lesre (ro»n Mp. fl. M
Hildreth that the locomotive “Vulcsn." of the Buffalo aod
Erie Railroad, (Lake Shore) exploded this morning when
ibout one mile thla aide ol the Stale Lin* station, killing
thiro men instantly. They were the engineer, fireman
and brakt’inan. The now. 0*4 brought hv the noon tr*,a
on the IV teal Railroad We have no further 1 1
Nnrkrtlrr I>nn., 11th
g 4 t tilh-A cargo ■ f !So 1 Peruvian Ouaoo, saw unlu.da.
fiff Hi dock, for tale In lots to sen purrtasers
_ , ■ ■ MIHU A OO .
1_ __ *• N Cary as.
1M *4 4*^ • * 4wpwflor let ef Oswnfrp Cared P.-un. Baron fa#
■ » **k bp sattmoN j,,nV mi
** Qog H|IB ^ ^
t|4Mi Kilt rnnibk mini AIM* mu.
1 KINU AMm.rr. for rek.l "u^
*“ *D* * ■ * "J*** 4rr-'w-rp Star.,
_ IMN w lire r M. fl sad lath atn
O'l-IMIIfk I Mil 4 ( H4SI.SS4.U4.I I, - — ~l
W cure of r. r.r d Ague, V ..I. .1 ’ r*"“*
_WfiM. W fewer of Main and 101b aka
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