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VOLUME 63. RICHMOND, SATURDAY MORNING. ■XOVKMBEK g, 1859. ~-NUMBKK T„;
RICHMOND DAILY WHIG.
I»«Ur Papar, ft P« aaauijkSwwkly, ft; Weakly, ft; kb
»»»* (a advaaeo. ■■■Wlaam may ka mad# at tba rfck of Iho
rabitaheta la all aaaa* whgrw artdaace la taken an tba depoaii of a
latter la the Foat UOtc. coitUlaln* money. V
arraanatao.
Oaa bgaara, (10 Baea) or lean, obo InaeiHaa. T*
Saab additional laaortton. U
One laoatb a llhoait alteration.|l *t
Three do do . 10 ikl
•** . *• *o .«im
_ ■ tv*’* *• *• .».
Two AyuarM, Ttirra moult*. . 15 tal
Mi month*. .. ...'.’."*1 im
• Twetra raantha. 5<i lai
N* adrinlaiaaeat to bo ootmldnad by the month or year
aalrm apee-Mcd on IIm klauaaerlpt, or pi.rloualy agreed upon be
%v«a tt th* parties.
An idrcrtisereenl not mirked on th* copy fir a specified ouru
h*c irf Ini^UoM «tM be cunllaurd until urd«red out. tutd payment
a stated accordingly.
Ur* Hrertatt AtTi e.-n aaraTH.-To .told any mUunderatvn-l|r,<
on lb* part of tbe Annual tdrertlwra. It i« pr.-i.nrto ataterff.lH,
that their prtrttegea onlr etteada to the'.r Immadlat. I.uatoaaa. He J
K»IaU\ Legal mil all other AJtt .tUeim i.u sent bj tltcai to be an
ad.lttlonsl chare*, anti no vvriatt a.
, i&“ Heal Ka:aU and (leneral Agenla' Adra '.knnenta not to bo
Inaeitnd by the year, hut to b. cbaifed at the uteal utc« rot.jc't
to tueh duoounit aj aitAll ho agreed upon.
rw~ Hooka, nera and a early .idrertjcTa, genera Hr. eng adng one
or more apuarea, wit It th* privilege of etianre, rhall not, on that
yeaily average. In anr on. weak, lna.it raoto than the araaunl
agreed upon aa the a: Hiding tule undei the contract, and all • (ce
ding auch amount to be ch Hged at the uauat rater
Adranlaemoata liuerted In the Send It klr Whig at 74 ren t
per »<inaxe of It) liner nr lew for the (Ira: iuierilon, and SO cent*
per ayuatr for each .-.-ntlmiaure. or If weekly. 7S rentk.
»W’«ND LAIKll: AND ATYltACTIVF
OI’KNIXC OK
DRY GOODS.
B k i: ■: i> i: \ a- fox
nATFbevanpgaliig, In part, during the paat w. . k, and l.r t»e
•learner from New Vork to day will hr In treetpi of th.tr t ,i|
•rcontl supply of Pry (In...If.
\Yr hsrtitMiiM m-tny Ur*c InUnf D>««< Com 1m at the CVA«|V(1
Al'CHoN S kLK* la .New Yura <luriu< the p*»f art - allot mliLh
wr shall offer at ertmt,* ^ f*rfrt+.
VI * call special all*niton i<» % Ixty* ant cTioic- a~ uf
l>r•** cllk5. eml ra. In* ail K»aJcsf frrtu .A. tin. *.«r,xr!
lo th* richest *t tits
Prl ted Ammfctn sil l french Pc
Mome lnr 1>* l.ilor Hot.**, at %eey reduced |»rl r*
H’ch PUII an I Striped Poplin*
' el»un tie Paris
And a great tirUy of other new an 1 beautiful fabrics.
Our aa-ortment of Km hr oiler b> I, n.iw emmdete, aincnyst them
trench Muslin Cellars, at puce* much les* than u*t. »|
ll.-al IV.ot Lace •!«».
Mal'rse do. do.
Beal Point Lace Setu, a «n1.*ndtd assortment.
W- are al«» making larga *.l«iiu.>n» in .*ur
STOCK Or NIliKO LUnillNU:
Lar/e Ii*ta of I an ! C I Fulled C! t» a
Maryland IVnt emlary * «
• Shi t |» tiray SaG-c->, all r}u*hues
Virginia Jeans, be ,
4W», a Ur#* slock of Faced CaaltiH* »nd f*n Imer-s, ff««roan 1
B-«l Mlaukets. RMIflN A F0\,
’1 J J /I; :t , i -i,.’ f
SPLRXniD FTorK OF
FALL AND WTNTKK GOODS.
SIN OM> MT*|*I.Y TII2S SKA SO a.
Crorisdmw, a luarlct? t$c < !<>.
HAVL Opt tied their *e„in»d supply of elegant
_ , _ , nit** Aliks,
Prrn.-lt Hol es,
klouslint.
Poplin*,
V air nt laa,
Velret Cl..ike,
Uoth i l.»aba,
Clirtte- (trills,
An I all ti c JiflYrn.t styha r.f ti 'i usuaiU kept u. fir-t e'*»«
Dr> tlaodt House. 4 Uk.V llt*, QCAKLKd A l 4».,
__ Sin Broad at.
IS.»S>. PAUL. ISall.
A. K. 1 »A H K KR Ac C’O.
SPirXBKP ASPORTMEXT OF 8TAPLE AXD FANCY* BUY
llOOOT.—Wc lake ■ In i inoanHn-; 1.1 <ur frti i.J. .t.d
tl.-puM.r Kcnmllp. Dial « • t.«v • 1 ow or. , Ur*,- »nj w,R .
' -I «m S v >»rillN nil Ii "li:?TIO BltY UOOli?, la *1.1. t
* tty r.*.!»’• -tfalljr Inrll. IIk-It .". i lion :
l*i.In IP.ck.i.tl Fl^nrc I >11.K?
Rich u\. t oRfi. ru r.'t
•* •• OK.I? BE RJ'POW. fnr muoniln*
'• two Fln.u..-. ,| -JI.K l(.>lltS
EyIt. Rich Oul.TC 1 «IkK Knur?
•• •• p.rli Prinfr.1 M«ll**?KLIXK ROIlEjl
HI -h Pzrli Chintz Print.-.1 MOI'*?- I.IXK?
isipi.ixF, vai.entms, poi.i, iik cm \ urn
>’-• .. M.-l Printed F.cti *. MKKINOtA
Bli.-k Fr rrh MEKIXOES
Pl t-k MOA KI.IXKS
Black IklTIII.XIM?, li<.ck .t,p\.’^a
CI-OTII?. CAhSIMK.il ItR a ml YETI I Mi?
* i awl r. i ll ..-r 1*1*1 i.ki> ri.orif*
firry? ATIXITH, M,X.?Et Ac
D. a Itt inkri*
Wl.lt • .1*1 c..!r.r .! •-rr.nl'r RI.ANKFTP.
T..«rlli. r <*t!lt . v.rj xnirlr il unlit k. |.* In i flr.t rllt» Brrfinn.lr
Him*. All.l Whlcli «r will >rll t. f7 chr.ip, ..Xk—t.
HIBSONS, AJIM.INF.UY A Ml S I'UA IV UOOUK.
K.ill :»ml Lw/j{i
NIiMSTHONi; CATOK & CO.,
IMPOKYKR? Juhbrr. of 7
Mlbbtinn,
llniini »M1U. und Mwlin,
Vclvrl, Kni ln',
.. ,, Kloiverw,
I'.-uthcr.,
htrn.v ll.inti, fu.
I'luto, Air,, Ar,,
K.' ‘131 .nt lutOn of 9 30, li*Rlm.,r« BUrrt. B.lilmnrr, Ml.
Oir-r a Mark un«tri-4»«r,| In ihr IItill.,I PI ,tr. of tn.lrlr .ul
rl,c«f,T.,«. •
11..ItimHcH-l, anlnromKt atlrntlnn fit,,
i ie IS rtu*, .it m.uitht. il. i.rr trfti nX fur ram par fun !».
.al« im
JKKSBY CITY MOCUllRU AMI I'UNIMJ >III.L,
CIIRNEK OF ORKENK AXI» MOKOAX PTRREI'A
n. m,LIII, . Prunrlri.r,
WOOO Mouhllii.., IW. ui .ml AirlikrifN nthil.nl|f un Iiai.,1
»n.l wnrt».| I.. nrrfrr. Aim. Prw 0»( ». It ill. .ml ll'an I Kail,
lusl t,'Trlmnitu/a ff eve. v description, lira. tet*. Truasrs and ill
kind* or Beroll and Slr.iltrht Pawing, Rhuip 4’srrlnr, t?.% A. Any
«l. sired pattern worked t«, order at .hurt rcdW Wood Tarrdny in
all hranrhrs. I*laln, Ptuneh.l ami Octagon Newels, ou hand
an l rn-s.ie to ..nler. Halusten* *.f all •*««« and descrlpt-oM, Jr ,
4 , be Mahogany, lit n . H slant, t*ak, i linr? and Pine Hair
Hafir, aawrd or worked la order. The prices marked on each pat
tern of the book feat to order to any part of the l i.Ited State*, are
for l*«ft feel running measure.
N. II One of the Urpeit Ooek* of M .ulf.o.rv and Trlnalap,
aLd creaWst variety of Pattwrn*. matmnitlured of the rny t.cst
material*, will always be found at U I* tiuldlthmenl I'isnlnp
u.lt* nr.itm ji an l despatch Term* cash.
J«dllN H HIM Fit wid at# • inanuia turs an«l give portt-'ulAr
Ilwil, 4c H'lotlow Vi JIMS, Ac uuue to older At <1 'it noth.
Mound aii-t 1‘irkrt >>iwr, Ar, A»s*i, dssler In l»ooi s, Ptihii
• <> I blluds, *f fiori descrlptUbn, nisnuU, tun 1 of the t>e»l m»i»
rtsl, *«d w*ir sutea to st«nd In »ne illiusie. Hulhit.V lUnls h*,
and restf a«tid« In thst Itne, fuiolshid m |K« lowest euh prices.
to »rl»|cUrd |ion sud Si.i»» }l«ntel«, Tons OoltA, fttrmck'ts.Trusies,
Ifiuilov «-•!*, Me \W*~ (*«-st/os *n«l Hnslafi furnished at short
r...
fi i: ic ohi:> i: 01 ■*!
J ir«‘<hi<‘t um in Prico I!
HO l IRUTIO* FOR THE WINTER.
1'If r N b; W IOIIK KKIIlIbbAK Oil. I 0.,il<
w 1
■n.r.ia In ahr ..til* iir.nl If rmarne, II*. f arc now math'.I in
t>Q r In.. Ihr tra ir at A II. <1 an el P/ir...
n r mn ailinaaa.ii.ra I* fr.pr, l,uil* , .lied lo Ifv *uh! ,tn
* llaU', Ih'r. mil of a i.holnm. trloa! n .ininail m, I./ ».|\IN.
K'lit, F i.ofN'w b »rk, Chrml.1, and ,1*1,.! F, 1/ *. IMS.
jig sd
■3di T* Y ^ * .2
MtflMlh I4VF. I. j • ® ***3 O *3
l; I* n ’j
_ _Jil I* d
k 1 t • • 11
l’ai.i|ili. nr . , ’ C iwiphene j f, *f, j.'ril Ak 4 <.
w,,ale nil. | Polar.| I an a« I 1* mi
I ar.1 Oil .Polar I ,M>I *,,«} 1*:. |J fn
Pp.roll’ll Pilar .I t.l'.r, -fm * •/:, kill,*
liur.il,I, Fluid1 f.arfe Wlrk | r.r.t w »T w im
It'llaMe ..r.lrra from ihr Trail', hy Mall or Trlrarap'.. IHI*i|, ,.n
a|.|.il'ill..n In Al'dTKNP, Ayrnta
M Pearl Plr rl. Krw Volk,
H'r.urna la alaa lo He ohialna.1 at the Manilla. ii.rm' PHeaa. of
all Ihr Nrw Turk tVholaaale lirnttlata, Omceen. Campl*. n« ar. l
biarnln, fkiM Mnnnfacttirrra ami liralrrf In laaite.
N II Karmen' I* ih* trail., main of ihr hrriaaar Oil Co , ami
all |o ra.ma are i notion afaloat unlna Ihr anUI irailr mark U r ,,||t.
«•"* orl km
.RYK.;/
SisyS*
f ikllP ank'rtlcn'.t .innllnur I > mantlfa, lerr Wllt-KKV nf all H,<
■ rartnwa rra Ira. fremannl plain Wl.iikry In Ihr tear hrtl aft!
rle from Rrr liar M4I.T til IIVK IMIIUKFV la arlnoflr l l.y ad
am hare trW4 It lo he unanrpaaa'4 II*.lo, ma.lr laraa o.MHIon*
tn ..nr work# •* rhalleow eamparlanti p.r quality with »n» WMa
kry o.a lrlii ihla Plate er aay olha*. I rrMHal I CO.,
1 rlhJll'.i^1 IT*" 'L,,n *'“l L’arr, kl. hmnn.l. Ta.
NOTH K lO KAMtlfcRN.
H bVINfl rrrrte4 kilo. f..r .Iryloy C..rn, ar than ha prrparr I le
par.-hat, nre cm aarlr In Nniraehrr. Ni.nae vhn rlralra le taU.
a *a44 In aril to nib II anl aa early In On hrr a* pnaatht*
«*-’ tf P FT«arn» t I II, ftl.-hahomt
4 I*Plot openln, of the lataei atylaanf Fall
k P and Winter Cbnata. iM« .lay. I.a tl** arr Intllr4 to ,-all aa.1
« «• iriue, Al >fc* |Kb|»w1%r ftoft of
°<* artrn Mn«*t mm maIo nt
I*" !,» "WEYW OK Till. M 1.1. PmWaam wm
of y. nilratrn a ff 4TH, emtifarli.e all ih.- tarlom rotor, l|
JrtHS THubtrPON.lt: Main tu
Mu-J?.? TMIM. Jbtlto
<a nnniirri ar *< o haae anrrlkr I arutntfer for aaleotlhrtr
S*l 1 •tAI»«l
Hlthay i f Ih. in- anl Ran of Imo Madtaon *, Han Wm
C Rirra WPh an rrr»raer4 p. r*. aU it,.a a atr4anL.nl af Mr
MaWana Vnl 4 , arn |v If. _ ratf
flfMR MRSIfSk* ROOT.--'hare mt,1r Ibe tb<4'm
■ par-tally fm Car mm own wear TN- arr O .uUr hfra, Paw
'4 and rrry |. ne luy They arr r.,aally a lapOP fm HakUaan.
lol.h.ra aa4 Tramalrra Alan, a yrneral aaa.naa.rwt of prerp
Wfld wont, ehosy. At
WM WilJMf
PRINTRt MlTfffSrtl. •• 4 i«Kl CotV
yr».lr pr1ntr4 Patt4ttelti, la* «n« an.l lor talr rrrr . heap i.y
IPNT, PAINF A Crt
V *•••▼*■•» *o Mr Pair ao4 olhrra, ata raapartfuUp In I
' l ° r*M U,J •*»fl. IM Main alrarl, ami r». .
arulurthr larger! at.lmna' .Ir.lrat.la aloe* of
. nSK CLOTU/HU
•wtrtu In thla rlljr or Ptalr • ! .
Thr araortanml rml.ia. ro a grant rarirtr o» rireanl ami laatp I 1
fomla. aoltrn op al our tag Manulaclrr la l hr la I rot ami tnoal
fa»t<l..r.at>lr alt K
Pun Kaarra at. aaaurr.l that Ihrlr rarir.l laalaa la uualltr. air Ira
an.l prim,, an P. nin In our larpr an.l aulrmllil .'..eg, aiooutitlnr 1
to nurr than r<|/Atp tA.HMrlt.if tfollrtro.
IP" l-trrjr ankle «orraut.il. ! |
, gj KIIEX, BALDWIN A WH.L1AMR. ,
NKW INVKATIONM. ' M
VISITORS TO THE FAIR
• • rs Invited to rail on
8IMPSON Sc AtCXXaXaSZl,
119 Mtelii Ml reel,
an.l examine their new at)lea of I
KIM DI-MAUL CLOTH I VC.
MMPtWN A MILLER
rnv CLOTHING!
U DIHRMorr, NIRRHII'O.,
AVK rrn-rtvad hjr •traia.r, 1
Hi »< k hrm t*uli» I
Kam y t'uulmrre Holts 1
Hunting M RuJt«
black an.| fancy CR*-i a<rf H«nl«
Hil l anti fancy •• \ pKi I
Fanty ami Mnl YrUai Yrala
Clitoi Heaver Uvrroftli
do do
HUck f'ldtik Ca«auu*r* do
Call and k« »r.««
DARRAColT, IIA!lll« A CM.,
J*U* CP»*tt|l to
MERCHANT. UMMtiKK A CO
s II- Main alrtH*.
_ Al»> >l.|i|# AnJ Furnishing Oo I* of «tl qnallll. •. oa*yu
M n. MU A. HTI1TII,
i
DEALER IN
(
MEN! BOYS!! AND CHILDKF.NS
I
I
CLOTHING.
^11 Nalii Klrerl. !
WHTLH CLOTHINU. I
OPKNKII Til let IIAY.O
^I’FFWAN 4c HI LL, llO !Ralu Ktrrrt, have Ovcr
1 « ...tU, Hu- iiirsa fu ll, lire** Hull*, N r%t« aid Hants. In the ]
gnrataat \ arlrty—
MR nvrr.Pi.jf*
n Unit and I'rocV Coat!
out* Uuameaj Halt! <
ludR Vesta
ItRM |>a1r Haiti *
vut» iLarn Wifits l
DM On DraviPn
With Pollan, niinr*, Njik Tie*. i,uf|iein1rra and S**kR.
Tin- -«ock I* larer. and la to a»mrtcl m» to nil the wants of all
our cu*»i»nifr« H alk In and make your tHrctlont. Our i
mV tin ...
I cr.(| 1IK I Ul) C,l HTEIIH FOK -| W f?(a !
KA'M'i.VMiU: CLilTHINU. lo»)e*
I'AIJL VOOIM. 1
f |S11K ai.harrit.rr haa fual rnriic-l hla .lack of .
I Full 4'totl.loc ant
(•.'■•tla-ittraa-a Furulalilug Uooda,
'ml rael-,p every article to the Ctolhlt>ff lliir.
AHn. a .tor* O' Cloth*. Cwiann, N rat In r- and Tailor,' Trim
tidi.,-*. :. t I- I.e aurpkaa.-.l Up or hou.e In the clip, >l.irh hr li
impair 11“ "Or I" amar.ire al thr ahoitr.l notice, and In thr la
tr.l en I a|-plo. ed itplea. l: H. gPI NCK,
_T-'<__Ko. I*l car. Main and I-hi, at,
IS5®. NOTICE I
K. 1>. KEELING,
TAILOR AND.CLOTHIER, I
No. !'4«i qnln XlrrM,
I ¥ I'**1 •■',lmmd trmu New Vnrk. And la no* prepared In e\- i
I ft t’lnil thr im.-t attractive a*nek of po.nta that hr hit ever had
the I '- otnr *1 offering lo Ida (Head, and thr pablle, eoiuiatin • In
CLOTHS, CA SSI M ERLS ABD VESTI.VC8,
*• (hr u(v> • style*, all li In* will tuake to order In the noil *p
l»r *teJ niaiuitr. 4ii» nan anted to plcaae tu all cases,
AUHl,
^ I n itoi\t and receiving, a dtolcc isWflos of gent's, > oaths’ a;.«l
READY MADE CLOTHING,
i>f *Vrt> rr ado and sty |«».
IIRMHIIM) GOOD*.
soch asSidrti, ColUr*. Tie*. Olov es, Mocks and hrswers; Merino
Khtrts and lirswerx, of ,-.,od «|ua!lt> . i
_ i*. i> KKKLINO. No. 1M Malu street.
1st***. FALL AMI U~I\TEU STOCK OF
REaim u\i>»: ai.ormvo
Ami Kui-nisdiintf AjJoods-.
\V* hjT# «*n hand, ano are weekly r-ci ting the L*rr*«t,
II rtnesi an.l m..at complete 9tc.cfc of the strove goods, to be
f *un I II . f our own manufacture, expressly fur retailing.
Overcoat*, In (Treat vaii.-|y
hn w and Itusineas Mulls, all grads
Yfirst, Milk, Matin and Cs>« Vests
Tartl.-nlar attention is railed to our Urge and well .elect, d
dork of Mhlrts, Under M Irta, drawers, foliar*. Ties, Mtoeks and
tiloVrS.
A rail U r< «pt-« (fully solicited hef »re purchasing, as me are dr
♦er.nlr.~d to sell low for Ct*n. N. MTt H’hcHA 1.1. A MON.
I 41 Main M.
I»*•»!>• I’Al.l. TRADi;. 1*59.
CLOTHING AT WHOLESALE.
F. ’IIIHUISA HI., SO wild IOO.T1AIN MTHKRT.
UAt ft III at.irr rim Ur.m an.l l.rat a.--rlrd rTOCK of RKAI>V
ma le tlolhli-/ that ha. <• .. ,r nffvrrd for »alr. Their .,..nil
1 ... ! cn inailii(a,turrd hp th.maelvea, upon the beat term, and
lai«al style. •
Mrrt a nt a arr Intltrd to riamlnr nur at nek hrfnrr making their
plr.haaca rlarvherr. We are determined to offer Uic gecataal bar
gain. ever been avid. Coll at
K. MORRlg ft CO.
»t'-> 50 ft ICO Main gtrriri. ,
TIM) TIIF PI HI.14 .—In c •IMNMKI it Um M|gt • Irot
* .nrr. ss of “Our Model Mhlrt,’’ we have tmulr arrange
int*:.I*, iwhl. li was heretofore Itupoxsiblc, on account of the great i
«1« man I its Nee Yo«k) lo <f/tr<ip« have a Urgr supply of this popu
Itr .-«*dif or* hand, In every van. ty of style ami quality, #«. that '
those sending or Ji'g will ttow have thnu filled regularly «ud with '
despatch As we arr the »<>|e Agent* for this Mhirt in Kichtnond,
ee would r«.pet ttuily call the attention of those who have not
seen Our Model lo an examination, and they will become convinc
ed that it is the fast, t ,«|#of tM.A'f thir.lMt Shirt rvrr offered
for sah*. Wear*-also prepared to make to order from scientific
measures at short notice, and at redu«-« J pii. es. We have on
hand a large and desirableatoek . f lHtNTI.KMrN’9 ITKM.-IIIMi
fltMilM. whhh ••ahraees e», i t thing pertaining to the husliirsa '
ami which will l»e offered al great ty reduced prices.
HTIJKTM ,%NT a MAtiWIHK,
•u*rt N«». 94 Main street. Richmond. Va.
(IffHRl'tUTKU WHOI'CIIT IKON A N I» ,
tv WltP II til.IN I - (g. eu.-r'l hi Lancia Patent) A.'n.lr.tdi
ad ,|<tcd f,»r etmleali.p PnbHo llmunda. Camettrie,, halr.-apa Cal
tap-a.ftr M cv »- !••> llnr4M. Patent Wl.c, gaeklU.g Head 1
•I'.d«. with ever J > a.let/ of redding Iron Hvadatrada andiron
P.iri.llu.e Pr.tr, t IN Ira 4’oal gerrana, Orr, iand and firavrl
gee. rnr. Wlrr Kettlnp «... Mncqulla, Sharp, P..ult>r, and other
|mt|oara. Wire ffuu.umr lioueee, Pauev Wlie W.nk In great e»
rletp. If r Harden., Ac
Nl WAI.KPR i gtlh’g, Manufaelurert,
No -VIA Market, N. I cornrr giath nreet, i'hoa-lrl, bia.
ocC-lly
■ 4M I. N. TII I III M, HKLL II \ > 1.1 t., vi|.\ i n
— — ... jum murnni ir >ni vnr
v Mil. til ohirt, *h< re he l.w« laid In a Urea tupply af material* nf i
ihr bati quahly, utrd in 1-fckrmiililDf, Hrll llanitinr, fklrar Pla'
Inn, rtc *,rd Inrltra public attrullr.r. lu K:* Imtlnraa Hr haa rn<
pMjrrd Hr brat w rkrt.rn to br had. and |. prrparcd lo tnakr I..
onb r rrrry klml of I ork, to bant Hrlia In the brat manner, and to
•' *•>*'* Pl"l!npln a al a •• nol lo hr aorpaait.l l.r anr ral il.'lah
nnnl In th'a country .III bla trork It warranltd, nr no aalr
All r an rxprrl-iirr of u.anr jrrara In IbU ally, and an ar
qnnlnUn. c nit It il.r brat Irwk mikrr« In Ihla reunify, (■» ilatlair
Mmarlf 'bat br ran *1re aailafeoibin, bnib aa In norkmanahlp and
I- l. ra, an I ll.rrctr rr a.dklu ordrra Irani loan and rminiry. nhirb
will meet with prompt attention
IVr-ona nial.liur In hair I n. k. madr or ripairrd, Drlla kuna In
any Myle, nr Wlirl Hallnr rarculril In a rnprrb.r numirr, air In
»Hc l lo call >1 Ma rr al.liakmrnt on thr Hdh nrrrl, tl.ire.loor*
anuili of Main, akrrr they *111 br ailrndrd I.., al ihr almrlral nr.
II rr.
Ordna from a Jlrlan. r, a-ni Ihrr.npk Ikr Pnal Outer, will hr Im
ntrdlalrly filled, and Hrll barring donr In any pari of Ikr cnunlrt
al rllp In ire*.
Arldrata WM. IV. avi an,
Pilrrr Plalrr, Imrktmlrk and Hrll llanarr,
rw1<»- .11m lull. Pirrai, Rirkm. nd, Va.
nfkTItf Al AOK MIOKII. i bavr ennttanfly on hand of
n.jr own maurifartnrr, ihr foil,.winy klnda ..f
Moofy nml HIiooh:
For I«n4|rwt
Owller B^da. with *mf without heel#
Vl .firro I *re Br it* with *•
c»«m nin •• •* •• «• ••
For hrBlIrni •»:
Hhf r>rwi B -.iie
Muut Boot*, pliiglt and dotiV.fr Role*
G'li'i'l Tim awl Brogana.
For T| | ware timl I Itlltlrrn i
•»o*l and Mororro Hoot*, with *i»«l without hfth.
For Roii |
rail Hr.jgane an.l iiah.nl Bo
ritr kertanl U oim n t
Fit*wt Com 4ti.l Kip l.wrr Bwda.
For M rn«in tlm i
r . *net Mint Hrr fan«
I im prepared to make to order at abort not Ire any of the ah .re
(a roll..rie.l kind*. J.NO C, |*AOK, JK ,
fill Miln Rtrift,
| T doofw ahwre T l’» fRVCF A tN>
W^^"***®* * w .• w’ak te |W r. hao* a pond rr* 4t, waaher and
v ▼ » .
M- rtlprh r a ll he paid n*’4 KI-IIMt A
1^014 V4F.Vr One T. neiwent »ti mwlh aht. Ba.lw Bank, ad
1"* **'• eR*ee *»f Mp«»r* (Inorh A Ffh»*k. At ply In
j ; du WARWICK M tMRK*tMl K
I HMttfk pt»H KFVf Ok Main aUeet, near l»*th. aultahle
IV for I'M ra Apply In PHTiklnK.
j Z**'* IM *liln Arid.
I \V ^ 4 c*.i'l ban la, to »*»k oa B rltrd Boot*
d dw do do Bbom and flatter*
Id r-.wd Prague h««4i
| Clnn.1 wnrknea WlH ret etrwdf w*.ra and th# l-»4 ware# hy rail I
| •**»• r H witi?W4 ta Main n
( vfHlK It IIVTFII. -We «M |« pwrrhaee. <•# Mr#, a frd
otb «Wk, wkhiiKt In.-amheane# to remain la the rttf .
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| ■ Mh t.f Wrnfi.l r A t V. tIfMif.NK,
I ** ^ ^_ Nil r#arl >»rH.
‘ill •••IBV, HVtM III MACON NIWI-N. |
90 d" aa if* NMiatilm Itniflnri»er
I •teener, for oak hy BiiMltJoR 4 CI.MROBNr,
I ***• I'A Jl frltl dftef, I
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11 liy, and freah fn*wn*» fnr *«|r hv
W I A O. B DA* r.NroRT
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ed rlrwar.1 Trim and ClnO and rdhrr p.»k. lurl rr
rv i.A iT.TKivn a rimi Rv
HO ""•» "•»*« "•-•H'Mb'iArtS.
Kaw«araworr#*p.on,. * o#ei m j«< nu-Hrad, !
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303W- *T5SerRnSW.' ■
RICHMOND WHIG.
opposition MEETINU.
Al a meeting of the Opposition of Kanawha, held at l
he Court-llmix-, on Tuesday the Sitli of Oolobrr, ISM* |
-On motion of E. W. Newton.' E*«| . Maj. Andrew
*ark» was called to the Chair, aud Wm. II. Tompkins
pimmted Secretary.
, Tl*' Object of the meeting irn InWflv explained hv tha
dialrmau. hut more Tullr by Ueo S. Fallon. Ea<|., who ;
dd reseed ihe meeting in a few imrne-t and cogeut re
**'• "bowing up Ihe corru|sioii of thu leaders, and thu
lisnrg:iiii/<‘d condition of the Democratic paclv, and
smiting out the necessity of rallying to tho rescue of the
inly wise aud conservative men of all funic? and of a'l
ections, in order to deserve and in?ur • success in the
evl residential Election, upon which the hope arid dex
itty of this glorious Cnion may dcfieud.
On motion of K. W. Newton, it was
/feso/rst/, Tlixt we cordially apftruve «if the State Cou
culioii of the Opposition, proposed by the Central Com
nittee. to be hvid in the City of Kiehifto.nl. on the Sltli
lay of Dex'mlx't next, ami tint the Chairman i« hereltv
.uthorizcil to appoint on** linmlrrd Delegates to rc|»rr
elit the l>|i|M]?iiioti of K maw ha in that Convention.
Thereupon, the Chair appointed the follow ing dele- i
[ales :
Ueo. W. Summer?, B. II. Smith, A. \V. Qiurrirr. J. L.
f oar ley, J. II l.sidlcy, A. Wright, J. II. Wright, Col. C.
tuffher, Wm. A. Whiitekrr, U. Wilson, John Wilson,
A W Kelly, John A. Tntalow, W. J. Kami, Ueorge S.
'aitou. X. Fitzhugh, E. W New too, P. Whittaker. Dr
k F Summers, L. D. Wilson. A. T. l.ai.'Uv. J It Tay
or, li 1 uuipkiu?. Col. .1. F. Tomer, W. S. Wilsou, John
Ixn-ford, J. F. Hansford, J Douglas, Joel RulTuer, C.
Icdrn k. J. M Doddridge, J. C. Ruby, John Slack. F- K
krtiuld, \\ Kelly, S. KoMu*oa, W. S. Summers, K. I-aid
ey.J CaldaiU, Dr. Colton, Dr. Watkins, •laiurs Notion, 1
lohn I) l.sr. i?, \V D. Shrewsbury, John Dickinson.Ueo. ,
ligh, John McCo.iihny, li. Slack, C. Morris, E. Reynolds,
}. W. Spruce, J. Q Harrier, J. A. Truslow, C. Rand, J. 11. j
'rocket, X 11. Cabell, J c. Kilce, John T. Reynolds. !
k. Wallace, It. Stanley, W. Howell, F. O. Uansfoi d, ]
t. W. I rauklin, D. II. Ejtill, A. Chambers, F. Bon- ,
mm, Doclor John I’srks, U. H. Wood, A Don- !
lally, \\. R. Cox, June? Canterbury, J. E Thayer,
)r. K. E. Putney, I. RulTuer, M. Norton, F. II. Farlev,
l Shrewsbury, J. II. Noyes. C V. Now.?, Silas RnfToer.
tl Woods, J C. Kendall, A. P. SiuneU, S. J. Cabell, A.
lurdett. And. Cunningham. W. Hedrick, A. Tiiidgeon,
) Caxdorph, Win. Udliland, J. Atkinson, F. J. Jacob?.
Ino. 1). Voung. Bcnj. Slack, J. D. Kendall, A. Doling,
Ino. Rryden. J. II. Ritter, T. Friend, A. Anil/. Jno Shep?
lerd, C. D. Slaughter, R. Malcolm, Jno. II. Crockett, A.
’. Ault*, C. King, It. 8. Smilhers, W. A. Bradford. F.
\ nlker, lleo. Belcher, (•*•<>. Morri-on, S. Carter, Win. i
konnallr, Jease Hudson, S. Uilliland, S. II Wilson. M. I
!ud?un. Win. II tiller, A Sk\l«*s, II. IV. tioodain, Uvo.
iVeleli. U. Brylin. D.'Shirker, Jno W. Williams, M. D.
'lintou, Dr. Muirs, F. U. Iluu?ford, jr.,T. S k. Smith, P. \
l. Noyes. || Agee, It W Keni.k, II. Slower?, Ja? Mor
is, Jno. Culvert, .1 M. Kelly Jno. Hlirvwdnirv, Jno. A. 1
kiddle, Jas. Nevins, II. W. It-*viin|d-.
On motion, it was
Ariti/tvi/, J hat I. \. Smith, H«*«j , oxio of our
o the House or lb-legates, an,I the Senator, Wm.lt.
*uU*. KiU| . for Ibis District, and also the Chairman and
lecretsry ol (his meeting tie added to the list ol Dele
;*tes.
/oei/rrJ, Tliot the proceeding* of this meeting tie !
•nbhshc.l in the Kanawha Republican and the Richmond
iVhig.
The meeting then aJ|ournei| •;« .AV.
... ANDRRW 1*ARKS, Chairman.
” '•a It. TiMtl'lilNii, Stvrctiinr.
RAM. ROAD MKKTIVi; l\ KANAWIIA.
At a meeting id the people of Kanawha countv, at the
'ourt House, on Monday, the 21th October. ISV.t, rela
ivo to theCoTingtun and Ohio Railroad, Clia*. He.1ii.-k,
>:■ motion, wa* appointed Ciiairmau. and John I., Mow- I
ev was apjioiiitcd Secretary.
V arious resolutions were offered and discussed; where- |
tpon, oti moiisti of Col. B. II. Smith, all the resolutions
rere referred to a committee of five, to report to an ml
ounied meeting, lo Iw held on Wednowlav, _'rttli Octo- !
K-r, thereafter.
The conimittee appointed hy the Chair was composed
*f the following per on* Henj II Smith, George W
-nmmera, John S. Swann, Thus I, Broun, and Win. A.
/uairier.
At an adjourned meeting of the < itirena of K inawha
ountv, held at the Court linuso, on Wednesday, the 2Clh
lay ol tViolw-r, ISA*.1. Chatles Hedrick, Rtq., took the
'hair, and John I. Mo-elev acted as Secretary
t ol. Beiijar.iin U Smith, on Iw-lialf of the committee
•lectc.l to draft resolutions, reported and read to the
nes ting the following :
heiema, the people of this county lure been for
tears past anticipating with the most anxioiM solicitude,
he completion of the Covington and Ohio Railroad to
he Ohio riter, aud hate l»*en tints far nadir disap|ioiiit
id, and the appropriations of the legislature having Iw-en
"* ineonsideratile when compand with the magnitude of
.In- work, as aliuo-i to have extinguished their hope* of
ts completion; aud believing that the true Interests of I
•he Slate would be much promoted by a diligent and en
•rgetie ptosecution of tiie work on a scale of operations
hat would secure its speedy completion.
1st liftoli r l. Therefore, that the Senator of this dis
rtet, and the delegates of this county he instructed to
ires* upon the consideration of the legislature the impor
ance of this work, and the great interests of the State
vhich arc involved in it, and that they use all legitimate
ind just means in their poser to secure a liberal appro
bation to the road, during tbe approaching session of
Im legislature, Mid thus r.-«»urc iu friends of the de
erniination of the State, s|*.-vdily to complete to the
Hilo river, this great work, worthy of her ancient rc
lown.
2d. Arso/er./, That this road occupies the route which
list attracted the most earnest consideration ol the foun
l. rs of our State government, as the most eligible for
lounrcting the Hast with the West; and that the people of
he State have been so thoroughly impressed with iu value
le as to refuse to others the right ol improving it, avow -
ng repeatedly their determination tu undertake and
•ompltle it as a great State work, especially by the set
>f IJtli February, Is;.::, incorporating the (’oviug toll and
•liso Railroad Company ; w hcrvlorr the people along the
ine of this road have just giomnl* to complain of the
lelays of the ls-gi-l.itiire, and to sp|K-al lo her for a
trompl redemption of her oft re|H-ate<l promises, hy nn I
■nergelic ami active prosecution of the work.
*<>- AV«. Irul, That in our opinion, the completion of
lit* road is ess.-nti.il to the success of other works of in
ertial improvement in which the State i*largely interest
id sa stockholder, and will furnish, as this meeting he
ieves, a sure mean, of toileting the State from hei pres
tiit onerous luMliilr
4th. Hi'oltiJ. That tins toad wo.ddheof ine tic .liable
.•nine to the Central West, by opening up to actus) and
.iiumitiu* u*c\ iu** iranieuM.' umifr.il irf i«tiros lynifc along
he line of its route, which alone, are of such magnitude
is to supple a tonnage that would give an active aud re
nunrrative employment to the road.
6th. Rttohr-I, That in our opinion, it would he ccoo
»my on the p itt of the Sute to make an annual appro
irUtinn to the road, of not leas than two millions ol dob
ar*. until the work i* completed and fully equipped to
he Ohio river :
6th. RtttJrtil, That we helieve the completion of this I
•oad would have a ino*t be; elicial Inlluenee in binding to- |
tether the affections sod interests of the Eastern and Wes
tern portions of the State ; that it would build up in Kaa- I
ern Virginia, a large commercial emporium, by carrying I
o the waters of the James river and I'beanpeakc an’ im
iieuse trade that now seeks other tine* of transit to more
Sorthern cities, while at the same time its Western ter |
nlous could not fail to build up in our own State a Wes- ,
■ern city, in which capital enterprising eitixens and large
naunfacturing interests would concentrate and enlarge
til our Industritl pur-nits.
<*•>- Wrs.Jerd, That we regaid this work as an obti
it-s instrumentality in renovating the State, ami of rc
'toring her to her ancient position in the Confederacy,
nid we cannot hut express our astonishment st the tar
liners and apparent initiffcretice of iter representatives ,
n its prosecution; and while it is admitted that onr In I
•slioit on the line ol the man may give ua a more direct j
ft tv rest in the work titan belongs to -ome other portion*
if the Slat.', yet we iii.it t.e permitted losav, without ini- j
iroper self laudation, that our zeal is not alone the result |
if local interest, hut is stliuulited by a laudable share ol i
<late pride, and anxious desire to see Virginia assume I
hat position lo which she is entitled by her bitelPgcnce,
icr location and her unrivalled resources,
Nth. /iVvo/er,/, That — —— lie and are hcreht
ippolnted a committee to lay lw tore the nett Legislature
nore fully the views of this county in regard to Ih. f.iv
ngton and Ohio Railroad
A motion was then made, aceomled and carr'cJ, that I
lie alure aid rc-oluti un lw adopted hr lie meeting, and
bat tbe I bairntart of llie meeting appoint lire gentlemen j
o fill the blank in the nth resolution whereupon the I
'hair appointed the following gentlemen for that pur- I
"ire, vis l/eorge W Rummers, llenjamin II Smith.
Itilrew I'arks, Tl.omas L. IJrotjn, and Spicer Patrick.
A motion was tben made hi Samuel A. Milier, E-n
>ud seconded, Ibat llie following resolution he adopted '
it the meeting in lieu of the Mb resolution aforesaid
1,‘nntml, That tico W Suliliueis. II. II Suu'.li. Andrew
’siks, T I.. Rmiin and S Pat'i k lie a committee,whims- ,
Inly It shall be lo lav before the tieneml Asseinl.lv of !
'itginis, the views entertained by this meeting, and sci |
rirtli in the pre. .*d.ug resolutions, and that tho-e gentle j
nen lie re,.nested lo visit Rtidimond during the coming
<e«ion of ti,e legislature, lor the above purpose
The aforesaid lv-l mentioned mot or,, made hr Samuel
I. Miller, Top. haring twen pot to the house lit the
Tialrtnan, the *ame was negative,I and lost
A’-ndr*./, That the proceeding* of I hi- meeting he pul,
isltcd in the t harlrMo , au.l Richmond |u(*rrs, and mtrh
■liter papers as mu think pinper lo give it pul, Ally.
On motion, the tuvrlieg adjourned,
. . , ITIAUI.ES IIKDRK'K, fWn.
John I., k.asi^v, Sec'y.
Raw fb /’rt*r*bir.r Repress
T4iK t'Ai’iToi. nrii.nivi)
A week or lOr, ago. we alluded to the nrc*nt neeoe-ilr
lore was for the IwgMatnre of Virginia at its appro,eh.
vg «esabw , ip proriste for the spaedr erretion of a more
nil able edifice for the that* flapilol at Richmond We
Wir to tb# subject hV», heeanae yt d|d nut at that
time fully present th* reason, which induce u« to coaald
er this measure one of real and (•retain* btiportame, and
beeauae the matter, so fur as we know. Ins not been
brought forward by an* other press in the Scat*-.
A* a •piction of architectural (wide, we think the Old •
Dominion should not be satisfied with the eras* old build
ii’K which surmount, the central hill of the metropolis._ !
The poverty of it* deco nil ton. and the general shabbi
ncaa of its ulterior tuu.t strik.-the otsserverordv the more
unfavorably, ou a near approach, because of the Imposing
effect it has fioia a con. i-k-table distance. Whoen r »i- t
it. Richmond for the first tim- uaturaltr ascettd. the .urn- ,
mit on which tin- Capitol stands, c»|u cling lo In iniprca
act! with the beauty of a I*arth--noo, au<l th- .li enchant- i
ni III, as the dilapidated comic* , the bald < oluun--, the
mouldering -tuc-co, and the great portico without -bp-,
elect the eye. i- not complimentary lo the Mali and nub- j
lie spirit of \ irgii i.i. The bund-, ug h - nut eveu the air j
ol antiquity to tamper ltd. feeling of di-ap(Nji!ilmctit
with respect; it l< always in decay. ». t alwav* effecting
lo be smart . and a sort ofa llo-upOni ry in tail, r. i- the
cliaractciistie of it. outride une. live |-l the Li
brary room, there i. not a handsome or < --inforl ih'e
apartment In tile who!* sir net u re. Altogether, tie ('apt
t.*l is airworthy of VifgiuLi, and .hon'd la- -epla, >-d :.r ’
somelhiug in belter keeping with the unproved ta.tr in i
architecture w hich lielong. to the age, and more adapted '
to the want, of the public service.
Herein ae Hud a .stronger r ..on for erecting* new
edifice. It Is notorious lo all who have tiro urn ted the
Ha!! of the Home of Delegate, «ud the S.tst. Chamber
dnHug tha -ittinga of the (literal A mldr that both I
tln-se looms are as ill suited a- po -iblo to the p. rposcs ,
for which thev aro set span The s--at ate coaled to
get tier at the «xpeu e of all convenience of loco- lotion |
and the ventilation U necessarily very defe. ti e Ac- j
c-ouiniorlaiion for the public, there i. none that di-.-erVcs )
to be called .-neb, as the visitor, to the overheated and |
contracted galleries can ts-etlfv And a* for the Commit- !
tee Room*, there are but two or three Cornmi t!„„ i
can -it at ouc time in the Capitol, and even tl.e-c repair !
to apartnicnt.s already occupied and but poor!, provided !
with the convenience!, indispensable to the proper Iran •
action of business. Vow- that the -e-*ion.s of the Legis
lature are biennial and circumscribed in duration, every
facility should be offered for Hie prompt and satisfactory
discharge of the dutir* of the Is-gislaior, and it will be -
fotitnl a verv |>oor economy in the end to .In t him up in I
an ill contrived and um-oiofi rtal.le building it, which In
cannot wotk to his satisfaction, and from which he i- but i
too glad to e«ca|!e when th- hour of adjournment lo
arrived.
But the importance of rai-ing a new. more commodi
ous, and more permanent -t uctiire [* forced upon us
with greatest power when we cou.-ider, for a nniiiu nt, I
the priceless contents or the present Capitol which i. lia
ble to be laid in ashes at any time, ami espevi.illt M.
dunrig the suasion* of the Ia-gMature, when con-tani
fires are kept there. The archieves of the Colonial ai d
tstale florernmrnta, embracing ma*> of innlite.1 cot- i
re-iiondenc.. and indigested IISS. ..f inestimable value to ,
the historian, would tw in.-vi-ibly s«,-p! awn in the
of a Hr*» ainl no amount of morict
of labor, could possibly- replace tl.rm. In addition
these,there is the matchless statue or Washington by II,m
don, of a greater worth than a pure and tlawl.-.- chrv-o- |
lite of the ..line si/e would tie, which belong., indeed, to
' irginia, lull which is scarc.-U I the pni|ier'v o! all
mankind, to whom, we are, in .t nica-urr, responsible f»«
it* safe keeping. Should the Capitol he destroy- I it I
would !m- simply, an itnposwibiliry to pre-e: ve ibis' m.ig
ntflcent mastei-piece, and a gr.-ku-t lo** to :he world
would he sn*tained than If half .a dozen ol il„- halls ol i
sculptute in the Vatican were demolished with their mar
hit* gods ami muses. Well shad we de-TV c the crtl-uie
and derision of our si.icr Slates, it we loo- the historical
materials, and the glorious stain- which our Sute Capi
tol contains, through a nigg.ardtii.e-- which prev» n - u-'
Ironi erecting for their custotly an Imperishable -truc
t'lre, which shall lie at once an oruaiu-nt to o-ir sc.-t of
government amt a taiitaliL place of lueeliti:- ior out I-*
gi-Utive bodies.
We have not referred to the Valuable and increasing
l.ihrnry ol the Slate, now numbering nearly fn.issi T„|!
nines, as demanding a safer place ol dej-o-u, i.cr haw
we adduced the example* ol oth.-r Stales of il.e Ci ion
in building magnificent Capitol, at an immense mi lay ot
money, because our remark, have already l-c.-u .iifti
cieutly extended; but we do not hesitate to say that o .
point lias been lullv made out, and «e sincerely ho(-e to
see in the farewell message of our retiring Itov/rnor, a
recommendation to the (leneial A.-.-mhk, to mike ri.s
vision this winter for a new Stale House.
•1 XEWSJ’APEK OKKIi’K MOliilEP.
thk “ mn sotru" oty-is i* ivau-.n;, u., -ca-gen.
From the Un-'Inoail Couuoaralat, Vi.-tuLir „,i,.
La«t evening, about V 1-2 o'tl.-ck, a mob of some lldr- I
u men entered the printing office of Win. K. Hu,-1
Newpoit, Ky., and pied a considerable >,uaiiiiiv of type
broke one of the presses, and carried oil ibe • forms,- oil 1
w hicb the outside of the pa|>er was being printed. There 1
were uo peis-ms in the office at tin- time of this vi-iu
lion, eieept Mr. Itailev and his family. Ills four diugh
ter», who aetjtype, and Mrs. Itailev' were present, all I
begged without .vail that their pro|-crty might la -pare.! !
The puss would probably have Ih-ii .'nlii.-lv destroyed. I
hut those who undertook the job found it dir’n work, th
ink soiling iheir hand* and clothes Mr. bail.-v was '
warne-l that he must h-av— towu, unit -|uit ai(*-ii,p;iug to
publish a paper there, or that lie would l>c rnughlv m-ed 1
ami all his property demolished. V\ hen the moli brst
appeared,they mformed » r. Hailey that they proi-o-cd to
abolish his incendiary sheet. Thev considered the com
munity unsafe where each a paper was tclorated, and so
lorth. Mr. Itailev s |>aper do-s not rank verv high
among lire journals ol the day, but lie and his family
have long spent upon it their daily labor, and earned
with it their daily bread. The paper lias been, we be
lieve, a biuiliy production—Mr. Itailev writing the arti
c!e«. bis daughters setting the type, ami his >on«
making up the forms and working the (ires*. His daugh
ter*, who have made a humble livelihood iu this uav,
were not,we are informed, exempt from such insult-, hist
night, as foul language addressed to them could coin, y t
A suggestion being made as to the police, it ns. remark
by one ol Mr. Bailey's daughters that mo-t ol the'policr
wire present, ami. if they did not po-iijvclv aid in ih<
destruction of pru|wrty, they certainly did not attempt
to do their dutv, hut wete (Missive spectators of the law
less scene. It is a tpicstion whether Mr H.rilev can find
ruy prottvtioli uml-'r the law, and the thing most lihi ly
to In|-|- u is the continued suppression for some lime ol
Ills paper hr moli force.
From Ike (Wi.iM-if; Omellf, Oft. SI.
Saturday morning a number of ihe citizens delrrmin
ed to call a public meeting, and t ike further anion upon
the sut j ct. At the appoir.trJ hour, throe o'clock, the
Are bells were rung, and a latge .. among khom
were some of the mo*t inttuentinl cilir-ns, convened at
the f*ourt House, Mr I K llaltain was chosen IVesiJcnt \
and 0 kV. Csvanagh, Secr,lnrv
C«l T L. Jones, offered the following preamble and 1
Whereat, An excitement lia« been occasioned in our
city in consequence of ati attack made last night upon
the Office of the paper call.,! the free South, me, tl„ . i
ti/'na of Veaporl, feel it but due to onrwl.rt anj the
public to make some expression of opinion upon the sub
ject ; therefore,
Hetnlred, That whilst we condemn the publication of
this journal in our miJst a-inceiidi.ry in its .haunter,
tending to corrupt the minds of our people, and prrjudi
ci»l, had it any influence, to the well-being of our tior
eminent, both State and National, and whilst we believe
it to be utterly unsupported by any number of mir citi
ient, but rather held in s.-orn an.l contempt, yet, necer
tbeleas. ju view esneci liy of the excited stale of ike pub
lU* mintl, wp would a<lvi.*«* our fi-Powciii/vM* not to pre
cipitate any further action in the premises, Uing conA
ilent in our ability to defend the character nf c.tv and
people against any rvlieption or demonstration flat may 1
be caused by the publication of such journal, ahrnev.r '
the occasion and discretion demand it.
Col. Jones and Mr. Anderson advocated the resolu
lion*, and Messrs Ifallam and Edward- op[“»*d them
Mr .lulm a Pint t mored lo llrtke out ll
recommends-.I non-action. This Motion prevailed. alien
some one in the .'rna.l mored that the office I. removed
to (rmci.ii.ati, which was carried by a large majority.—
The crowd then started to tin- printing oflb », some three
*<|iiare» distant. |lv the time thcr rc.p l.e.i ti e p'are I
their number, were increased to agmc one I.jred and 1
Afty. Mr. Hailey appeared at one of the windows and
remonstrated aith the Inch, at the same time sta mg that
tiie columns „f his pap. r were open to all whof.lt them
arlrea aggrirred. The leader of the mwb informed him I
Hut the Iies| thing he could do waa to open the door. I
and allow them to rcmo.e hi< good*, and no harm would I
Iw done lo him or Ids family. This he refused to do. 1
whereupon some one pmrnred u p:eee of scantling. witli
which they battered the door open The house was then
entered, and all the printing material carried down stairs !
and placed in a wagon.
Thev then endeavored to get the press’down suite,
bnt wefe foiled in their efforts by its getting fast in the
stairway, where thev left it About this time one of the
girls procured a bucket Ailed w ith . rl|o* ochre, «hi. h
she scattered over the crowd nearest the house Tb s
seemed to hare a moving effect, for thev Immediately
left with tlielr ph.ndei sii l proceeded to the fe. boa
with the view of transporting' it to the ttbio side of H e '
river; but they had no sooner re». herl the ah.irl than
thev rhanged their mind and threw everrthing Into the
river. Some of Ihebetter dtapowed etficen* attempt | to
Stop this but Ihetr efforts were without aval! A me. I
ing was afterwards held, and x committee of rtf t appoint. '
rd, whose dotv is to so-- that the A*.e, South < , • •
re-established in E' W p^i t.
Paanaanai n Xian —Tliia free negro, who was killed
at Harper's E. rry, was -umr Alteen mouths since, a re... I
-lent of Warren ton For -ome tone In- worked at tl.e
depi l ai d rarih-d up the l i.ite.l States M I fr0 tbe
ears to the IV-I Office, under the super.;.. m ei the mail
.gem, Mr Kant.
While Ms ing in Wart. nlon. be was never considers 1 a
dangerous character We lo-Hevr Ids wile lor. i|„.
neighborhood now. He w.a- a poor weak niindv 1 I. v.l.
who «a« ea-ily purauaded by tl.e fanatic I: ..an |,. ,|o
tl.edsiigerousan.lv whiji cost him hi-life II .
mv.
I 7T» 5* Holaaaeiwmi'nyrup , » ,
I |»»estehy ael.X ' ** M Jo\»s
**J|®*« "•M T« n. Ttaionana Wolwetre, »rawod
m V i j i a Hi., Ia tsar, sail f..r tsf. > ^ BJiiXM
BALTIMORE LOCK IIOSHITAL. 1
DU. JOHNSTON,
Tm* JOtHDB* of tiiU itl-i>P4i*.! Iq»>< uilwn, otf. n tl»#* mr*it **rr
laln, 4iid only •<.oi».|lv.lile,i/ iu u.e world fcr
riklKfcr KUMU^K*,
nooorrl.ov, file.tr. Mdir^ 3<-w»ln*l Wrtkrtw, r*»n la •»#
^J**' Own* Motional 4rhi*My, Imp* l« o» y, Vfiiupm f tl»c li,» «
aa4 Urnb»% AImUom «( U.- kidr.rya, iVfiUtioo *4 i»* |U«t* »
gy*«Hrpb4, Nrrvt.«u IrrtUtfldr, LUlM ;| „f t*„ II* T - . ,
liooc or *k\u *t> I oil U»-i4 • ».ij«.u» *rd uel4«cli<dy .‘Lord - at *
Inf (rum ih»4m+rHrU .« h«Wu of youth, rtvh d«ti#A Wi. b<u'y ,
an I mind. TbnwrrH and wli ary »ractir«s an Ia.aI
U»«ir iMtirni 1J1411 lk« »i>ui »f *.i« !>jrti4 l« ike mariacrao' Ui>* t
Iimir muat hrUl«4nt kojj.^or mancipation*, rendcn. j ;
•wwri.4gr, 4c., iwi|»omll*lr.
, tovku men,
y-r1? k*" rt«»n» »f Solitary Vice, lt.il
«rw-lhi! .n.| Jr«m«u„ hal.lt ,1,1.), . t.HUlr I.ri.1 , . ,.
*'*"• •h'Huafot. *1 >«ttrc mm ,f the luorf ea.lt,.I ta.mt.
mad hnlllu.t mual-.-t. might other*!. - hare ■ nnui. r l
lM Se'iaU. .hh U.c Ibnia-lei. of .ic|UMr, or rA(J tu e. •> • . p r
Ut.n, lyre, may call will. fu!l cnhEdenra 3
.. M.lRRt.UiR
... •.!. T’*“* M idatln, 'larrl.e- a-"r.
•. •r“. * **, ulaal UrUum. Uicaulr Oebioly, Hal : .i i. . a
.hotil't unfit., li.tr'y cait.lt Ur. JoUut,.n, aud be r 11.. •'
II* who |.u. rt tumaeif tinder the etr. „f |>. j. hcrion mil rr
Ct-MMly o.o« le ti. M* honor •• * (euitm.an.nnd cohn.let.it. ret,
upon htaak.ll a. a phy Arlan * ■ r '
OKtl IMC whkm.«i
lmi»e.|. .trlr cored au.l fall n...r reel..rod.
Thia <H..-a.c 1. ihe p,»aP> n.oU (re . .. rrily paid b. Ih.ae .1 •
hare be.ein- the .lellm. el improper u.Jalemcte. A „un, perm..,
are in..- apt I.. eomrall oarraam h.-m ..-In, .nc el ll.e ,!r, ...
ful . ..np-,(u»nre, that may mgr v.e » . r;,ai nn.lert. .t, l. l...
•ubjrt.1 will pretend to del.i I...1 ir,, , |-,. . . . , .
t‘"" V 1Uo*' ‘*'“•‘4 •bln uupr. p., Lu.lt. In... I., it..- ......i
plea*Q*e nf healthy httsprtl.. the h. -I
arrlnoa and deeiiucUr* avu.p* . t., hnth bo.1, i . ...
nt«ii.tii.lm.,M, hr.,.„d,t,.. ph)tl.«l ami m.tual a..*
,1 —*1*' P*lW».ihn I il- I .n P.
linn*dtT'* °* ">* liaiur, .-ouah, ryir.pluu.. of ..
jW- dOIMldTOII U the only r.-rUar FhyUdan a.I.mWny ir. ro..
Frl.aW iauup.au.ta Ul. tatamli.. and iie.im...i ,„i,,, t,■
**'*n *° Ftepuc'l luan . life >f eul in I or >> ..ill ,, .I.u I
of Ktunpa and ihe fi.-<i to ihu c>nui>, »:: Ki.yUb | i- the
Blechle, U PhUuUlnW. A. , a.vi a ex, ,‘ trr pr' .UrV!.
%uy »tltct Ki)iKiu in (i.« wrafld.* Kn u.tny » -dtiiui *.nf.A «(
^ °P**»«*>.ba ai- a safinient cu*. .i.-.e c,
IheaflU Ae.h ihna* «ho otah ton. .,-r. lily and -Cr le .1:, rt l
ST i '•°r d '*!* •m*TO<u 'rihlue im]..ator., «h.-. oc!> rein
inrir health, and apply Inain.
Oriic»--!iv. : Soi l 11 HUM.U1CK S-ntl.yT, left hand ride r.lr.i I
fr-.r, luule-.'.re Kre.t, »e>r,. dooia fiom Ui« corner. * *
*D e'^errlnf the name and number or you
will ndlakg Uw nUcf.
( W take SuTICt—tinaerre the name on Ihe door and * in
A CURE WARRAVTFD, OR NO OIIAEOF, IN >ROV ONE To
TWO OATS.
Ai» Mtltll'RY cm SAl \JCnCS i>HlU lair
.. . . HR. JOII.NSIo.N.
Member r.f Ihe R..r,l Colie,, ,.r c..r,-..„,. |ev0d„„, rratiule from
no, ..I Ihe .l. at en.lne.ll Colleye* ,.( ll.e IT.tl-d Slat« and If ..
vr*lr.r *T ,ll(' I,'r‘' •l*en» In ibe Mnapitala i.| l., r I
•ton, I *ri», P'.i.4>i *i|>|iu and ct4<nhrrr, t*4» t • mr . f ■
m.«ti a.ionlihin, cure, lhat n.t rter li ..nn. Man. Ir . * I, » *'■!. 1
ilnrfnr In the ear. and head .hen p-,,, ueer. vdnre. b.
ir»f aUrtard at Budd^n and t»4* tuI.icm, wltb drr r
of tolud, were i uri tl liuri ilUtrly.
A CKHTAlN DL«K\Hr.
W>iT*n the rnKtiltlrd an*l Itntiru l-t.i viarr of tJ. itnrA a., i. i
hm Imbibed tlx f.f ibb ptlnful dbro J, U ™ »,
Umi an Ul UmedaetASr wf oltoior, or dr. 4 1 *.f . . .\rr% M. Vti.
tVmi ^.pklu. lo lhi .e oh ., frum edltrall. n ,n l . .10 .' ‘.I.lllli
alone la-fnen l him. d-iijihi till the c..n,t|laT:, |„|
Md»h nid dtaenaemake •• . ., e, .. .. ,.
Ihr>ml. IK. aaed I'-ar, ueetum.l p.it.i ill Ihe' .d a-irt r.i.d . . I
■0.. .r ,.ei,i. .ie,f„e.., t.. an Ihoaldn harm uml 1,
A‘U th«* head, lit * 411.1 r.lfpp 'ltp* . . -1. . _ ... . 1 ,
ly» u» •* »•* of the mouth or fj.e of tl .
• t!i<l |Im- tIi lire nl tl.iaaaial il •**«< iur| a lmr~IJ •
liU 4cAl;* t***’* * perwj t© til* dreadful .offcri- Ki, »
“That kournr from wb*.n«-c no traveller rriwrmt**
It it a Mir'iuuh«dy Uct that th<*u'and« fa!l vl -titiu t i thU J-ea.
lul ikiiupUlo*. utrttii t<»«hr MiMLtUAUacM uf l-nomut * •victM*
-
Ulfnli, en.leith-r tend thr*t.',<nanair iul tti tu «i null, -I,
or rlrr ciakr Ihe r<->l,l„r ..t U» Ufe nuiml. •
TAKK FABTUXLAK :.o-TCF.
3 • I hr tiri
rate and improper Indulg r .1
Three are ►■tr- of ih< „d and m-Umh.4, effect, producol f.
hfi'tVil ‘‘l •J'*/•, »' th. Back and l. Fa
111 I .e II. id. IHxinru ..f .:Rht, Low .1 II a alar l’.» -i w.i ... , ,i
of IhrHaarl. Drapepaia, Ren 9 IrrataMUti ]■,. ... •
Wicilre fanctl 9, Orner.l UehUUy. Pyn.picn., ofCon.un.pl>,
_ , . MFNTAT.LV.
Toe fca-ftTl eff.-. 'B nn the mind at# mtu?. t© hr dreaded* Uu efM-*- '
***•ilVNiftmhm ** «In* Ue|.re>»l..n of i* l*v J Forel.ndlnr,
Arer»Wu t. r;y ©*.!t ptatr^t, Lote of felitcde, T JUa *. ’
are »«»me •»! the evils |>tu lu«r<L **
Thimsan h. of of a!? a*r* can a©w jc V *» a* *, th.
of their dectlntn* health Lnwnf their x,r, r. ..eev.alne ve.»k r.
wW^jsssiz *'-u!
'«K JOUNffTUX* AriiiOBATTV] f;»4sa»r FUR OBUAiflC
.. ... MkAhhian.
By h.a yrc.1 and bnuaeu..! renorfy, Takiow. of the Ofr.ui ■ '
•peeJU.. .ute. . aoJ full rlf... ir^.-rr l Tl.1 iueiL..«_.
r.uvaud.lrt ,dial.d, who had to. 1 uR h p, i.4,,h, „ 1,
r.i.cm.l Ad‘l.fOH*. Hll.l-Mv.'... pi', • ,
Ihcatlui N.|,.,J. Intutluu. Tremi linya 1 u canee, ,,
Laualtuh of ILe ,Uu4l teal lul k.u.i. ..a-.. J.;y lut. ... t,. j ,
. . TOi Nil SfCN
» .rrt Un prvlW InJolyr * :o
ol.ea alone a t.ahtt tc.jentl, ., arm-! frax ->:l . lay .tj j
.l«W!.,l,rful,U, J.h u*e lilyht.y fell r,.u Z! ,
““V1**' J d»m.T«h. ih ;
m!. it .n*a body, »hool>l apf.i^ It&siNCstvIr.
Unai * pity that a jroui.,' o.au, I) ton e nf ».ij eotttir a I n
JarUnk ..I t.»t |*ai nir th .ul I ;iu;eh7<| h •*» :.r.* jUu * •
enjoy *mui^ H»e. uy ii.e c -akK^ua et w» irrtau.i« * • • , r
-f naltiTr. an t i*i.r*u* lu a cert*. . *e.-r»: fc.Lir nw,h .
before COfitrRipUlliig • ' •
* .u MARK 14 UK.
.hou.d iuS.vi that * ;..uu | lul-i -...I L..Jy 9, w., nec..i,r,
remd^ie. lo pruiu,.ie roar.ul.,al happi.^a, . ...... . . . ’ '
the l‘-"rnry ihn.u**i Hf» hreonc. , veer-. ...irrlr.,. •> • r- ■,
l...orl,. dark era I., il.. > .rw. the ulad 1. .. * '.
pair and BUe.1 with Ihe neUarhol. n r.. !,... i. k, lhr ha,.|.u,.»»'..i
anoiltrr hrromea Idtchte I with .-.nr • wu * 1
OFFICK NO ; POLTII hBKDFRICK h'TRFIT,
tW All iH BOICAL OHCBATION.i perf.vrwej l'*lT,*',,',.Mt>
WHr Uuoie.Ua.cly, j
»*KIS |)|i>KA|ih>' r;fa ille rtjre«l
TO jtTKANOKRA.
reTrl lh°^n*li ,a..j «, u.u UiMtuat* within II. • Ud tv el re
yeara. aniMht numer. a« an.l In.n©r1ar>t S.rrieal . . *
Ihnne.! hr f»r. J., alinrwr.l hy U,_ repn^Tof,^ ..J / !,. ,
many other pcrao..., noUeer of which have appeared a . •> tn.l
ayaln trlo.c the public, hralJca h.U .tai.dln* 37a »eoi£» . ..,
character aad rcaponrlb.Sty, U a auBlclcnt yu.rvr.n- i, the »c, ,
J«8— \j
brrtbF uot.fv oar cwdoeaerv .J ihr i
lie, that wr ha«e rmiured out «utire »««• k . f H*
roach tnaterUllWour larpe and well .rraa.r I «t. . V. ”, v
«tree« DeMdooMO Kmn. u. llry * Cn . „..| ^p^|„ ,
Ttio i R Price A t'w r
'*>r n»*k'r»|r larpe addl*lt»rM to rur »toek. le.th of II
ware and C oaefi mat* rial, by J reet Imp- ftatl.-n f'..t.> t» . b
ham and lllrld. and by patch*.rs from Atiteriran . *• .r.
rl a, and »h*il hereafter end. aror p» ropply the tr.» le wu . .
e*in*l in quaBty, «nd on j» favorable wm» a* they »«a » . t
,v
STOCK COS Fla BTC.
rmeui hki>i t *i».
CHINA, RAKTIIRNWAKK AN!! til ASS.
Bl TUB, .su.N a\, I KANkl.I.V
luipitrlfr*, “I!* AJa.iu Si.
INTIA'HIXU |„ more from uur preaent pla.*uf l.up.r. t.r» *
the ^prir.e Trade ..|*er»a, and In ..rdcr t.n»«e the *- w , i
rbk attendlny a rmiut al of foo.ka, we offer at w’ ].■». i ,
laU, our larre »toek >f
CHINA,
gri:r\M\ %rf and
at re luce.1 price*, f.,r ca»h, or on the u»u»! credit t" 'i.^nu.t He
raoniti* but rr*.
Th. urrchai.fr of I hi. Jlale. ml of N .rth Ca.. 11,„ aoj Tin-.
«ee. will, ..njoh ihe.r li.lnrrt, hyalrln • mr.t.. k ,,n,„ ..
"** "_IM’TI.B*, PON k FBANRUV
J n :< ’Ti > 11 i > a s is.
*■* r lor inr nnie «• i .Ni-pro. a.
__ Fk.4NKI.IN fTRFFT, *
p*"u'r p “*
^*KI» %I*K ! 4KIJ4K4 • *•*) ftflft Kerarr, fror.i c i. i
n «u|»rflar. and fomi rtflr.rf mm of the «n si r,r*nd. :n U,
to far Ml# r.e nKl ■ - 4 Op
MAMPtUTEOlftAtOf MAAIPl IATF.P UWO'
**4,a#r# °r #ttiia a tiituo prepared hr **
h^** Pen*flan Ouano that can he vrocutH
>fbt lha of the heat himhrero Oaioi). rcati!i..iii -out
of the Fh-afl. tt# of IJiiir . r
IM of the beet flmund Pinter, for which wr r«r B t.
extra;
AH well mixed Wether.
Planter* and other* are Invited to examine the artl 1*. from
jV.f? *— "« hrllcc II... n.i,|U„h»«,
of lt.r » «*l th.i can he prepaid for tl.r X irrlnla Im.k p, , f
n?.n,cr’') V HrWkalkr. thr? hn
F"f ‘si’’ ‘ r ri'XtoM. nAHxhuii » ,
H pirtaosaxn rblodgoih,
i T four PIANOS from <UI an«! well e«i«Mt«h
Cl tlOUM* ,
' Xonn'f « (‘lari ' tit u., n.- n nl I.,| p.„i«
far'iirorr ,.f Piano. In III. .-oanft , an.l Ut4r ln.lt i TT A Y Jl
inrnt,arc not .tirpamr.lln loir.ft.ml. amt fjtkh
»rlVr> unrW.llcl Pl.nJ* nltl, lonl.l. *. i.„„tL, r„
omnt.4ol .TPn V Waltac. .>ntu.l.,|», Ma».,n. KMi
fc«*^h, Wollei»liau|>t and MaretteW
Cnt!.a'n^',r.T'l*l",,,‘,*,*J 'l'’“kW ,nJ s1"*1* r«*J Mrlo.lrnr» ,.f
Tho aht.ro Imlrmnmta ttr io hr fourol oolr il
r. II. HVUl«f M««lo <n .rr,
loo Mam .I,,*. I
*Y ■*< \ HMI.». rr*. ..ip.r1..f OM Rt o ami XI *> ... I
—«<*■ ■
'.OH rW R «N; » « HOI l\«i TON K'i U
’’'fv r
. Prl.lr ..f X Iralula
M ** " Paltnrlt.. T*f»t
,, V “ * P.lmrtiohtif poon.It
•oll.x P. r a.!- hp WXI WALI.HCR HOUR
| III) ,•***'•*: ’*"«»"'•« W kinky, Ohl. , .lor,,,,I
1**4* I «i f he
M »*'»»•"* AMIMHPOII,. all .. ..
’ $ HOTR A 0O4 Ha
rrMM T7w‘ hm™ •,, , .
?.!**..* r MM ,‘'r ,v 7 hrj nm oni.anf
Ittrina iht ttarn. a o»mpMr amotintot.i of ihr f ,l|. *|p • ,, t
jf'.r MIM lla.lron Rbt P.M., at ... M«t|ln p. >.
x»ln». Hr..on PahIr, .ml R... a M.-lh Vlotorlnor. Tlpptfl ap I
'** «* * Mni PRIra » in
niPM! PIPM'I Piepv;, P,.I„.„ ,,... ,
■ M iwat ewe Heed of W|»-rl r mate. larre, me-Mu- , .n,.:
•U*«. for »ale low to Ihr trade
«• ms r Hoorr, ..
,M,;* 'Hlll~in»n. I., Ual ..lot,-!
ootk hr pi.rrr rum . , ,,
'P» RRI'II IL ID IHiXT*. 4 flu. ..... i.

at. I *m drr Mtlrra.-Iho. r . ..i. Itttr
s riT»ii«.ii. ih«M, i»v,i,n .
1 '• r* Vl "" ♦< ' 'Tf.x, OKU
V4I.I STI If t IIMSx. ..flow M •• . t f I
1 i >R H • • • x
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Mi ornfl ti iMll|ii|roi.| sy
* M w»i rx f ro
‘21 >< ) * V'* *•»*•*»«»• HUMS tit.I Hi 1.1
aa.l for .,|o IT n.4Rlt^"l a nliKvX l(
H t IP* xf tin «fr ,i ‘
100 nn*% «Wl.R»44. roiITU I 1,0
tY Wl» W4U.4CR POR*
•h’7 _fwnl • (UnPfxl tf, | laa.
lino v?r *
. «. JOHW
.11 »i»'.*» u. U4»hiiv:k.
IN8l:HAN('L<; AtiKNT
">• '• a >> ■ i
1{ ,h'*'■' **UMUB*d m l rdUhl, C.m,
Arcrl rtrr Iru-uraa,-. Co . of llIT Clly „f Srw York. e.idi.1
lnl.nrj.lc,. * 1
Ut.niLvl.Jt fl-e lu.uial.ccl ...of lli.CYy el Sew \ ork
**• nud I>rfl<n 1 ,
Eu'loi. Elf lluui .tree Co . ..t Hi. Hi, of New Yowfc. copMal
anl'uridu. - ' M
Irnai Pirc ln.nr.ncw Co . of N Y . c.pH.i «** ■• n wtth i lar*.
• J.'i lU«. “
lie uix Hr, In Co .of Brooklyn, C.plul »:.d .,ir,lu>. «ml MM
Mdn Lvwwd mi f’lrniiq.,, »lMii.f.coiic. Nminn.
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and ruoat Ukiai pr1n<i|4«.
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.• ut.Uun of tan.fm.tory proof of lot- without u/.if- i.,»nf ZrdtJ, „ .
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KNOWLES * WALfORI. Ao*
CAPITAL BiPHtstAWf OVLk s«.000.000
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•>ftre 1*». Malt! street,
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Ocueral Agent »n J Attorney
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