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RICH MON D WHIG.
T1 WAV illiKAIMi, SUKCH 13, 1860. TO COKKKSPONDEVrS. 'IT sUar,!^ uUirtmtd to tW“ tditor of lAm 4rVW#ff vyytlm cm ' « m*U» of tA* p->p»r tHU wi ImptMUA » •• • «• . , f <'**v'* * tn»w* t> >i s. .. * ■ •'«/gisw. (*t>inw.-y «•,•*< <tr« . «!>Y ■'/»• **• cuiMrlttmmml*. far' Wic.nwt **■:<■ CtX*lor*i-trn rfp*!*/ , .*nmua«c<i<km4 Foul I’laj Around tl»o Il<>:tr«l. Ju.i a wc ant i jwted, th- I! inter w.u are scduouidy . • ! avoring to trick the Wise men. in the important Mtier of appointing delegates to the Charleston Con vet, u,].. We warned tiie \\ ise men, immediately after the a Jjournroeet of the I*ainocratie State Convention, that unless they kep' a constant and a sharp lookout, the Hunter men would pack nearly all the district Conventions, and thereby secure a majority of the Virginia delgatiou to th* i iiarle~’on for Contention Huuter. Aiid.sure enough, we already have indisputable evidence of the net tint t e friei. is ot Wise, who constitute an overwhelming i >riiv of the Democracy, arc to be oustid out of their r - ts, and grossly swindled by the superior tactics and a drily of the Hunter men. In Albemarle, last week, the Hunter men obtained i uitrol of the Democratic meeting, and packed the dele gation to the district Convention, which is to select del ... . ces to the Ch«ile»i ;i Convention. Although it has t, vn the immemorial usage of the Democracy of that countv to appoint very large delegations to their Ccn teutions, twenty-live delegates, "and only tsr- uty-five,” were appointed by the meeting last week, t • attend the riisrrict Convention, to be siiortly held in Charlostsville. T tat meeting even failed to appoint Win. F. Jor ti.iti, J-., a delegate to sail convention—and for no other rei-on in the world, t’.in that he was a prominent and ac le fri ; d of \\,-s', ami so manifested h,it self in the late Stale Convention These long th-iVts o| the cas-, and unwilling to submit to injus tice, foul-dealing and outrage, Gordou takes the bull by tae ic'ii' *::d is-ues an address :o the Democracy of A ■ bciuarle, calling apon them to disregard and repuditte the one sided action of last week's meeting, and to hold meetings in the several Districts, and appoint Delegates on. as we have uo doubt it will be, as it ought to be, will rwc«s.-it «te the appearance at the District Convention in Charlottesville of two sets of Delegates from the co ante of Albemarle. And. then, what a savage aid uproarious scuffle tsre will be' We cannot dou t Lower- r, that • e l>e!< gates appointed in the mode *r.d uianutr re-ointueuded be tiordon wtil be promptly id mitted to seats in the Convention, upon the grouud tliat the Court-house meeting last week violated the usages of the pai ty in Al> marie, a.id was tainted with friud. in tha' it r- st tried to the pat ci»y device with a view to advaa'. g ■ II i « r a id i < re Wise. This is a pretty little mu— in A.b .itat'.e, as i; stands, but it is a mere trifle to what it wi 1 become before the adjournment of tae District Ccn ve.itioti. We arc necessarily on the side of Cordon and ids fric’itls. because we are always the champions rf a tie. : and an orsvt fight. The Hunter mvu have obvi i !> seen paying a rg if down dirty game in AIbcnutle .111 :rs Wi- • i; en, with Cordo i itt the had, and all arut , ; w. . ig- <1 - .it- 1 a 5>oc.<et pi-tol ea h, she 1.1 go to tL Distiict Convention, and w. ei the tricky, scurvy, - v id '--in' It will never do in the world for the frit ud- of W.-c to d ov their favorite to bo cheated out of t:i ■ nomm imou a: Charleston by tltc wiles and chi. -i nery of the Hunter men—never. What a spectacle!— An over ' Y !: r • j • :‘y of the Virginia Democrat y in tavorof Wise for the Dre-i lviey, and yet the probubili tv .-, tha*. a majo! ty of th • d legates elected to Charles ton will i>e sworn friends of Hunter! Nj: ©civ in the A'bomar’e distiic*, but in all the d - uigts thv H tnter men are moving heaven and earth t> se«- -e the ippointmetit ,of Hunter delegates to Charli — tort, they are making but little uois*\ but thev are working like be »vi rs; and unless the Wise men be-iir themselves forthwith, an 1 o n tcract, by some means or ot or. the adtoit utid ac'ive < ff>rs of their competitors, th* “ fctui.ss Tiibune of th Piople” will assuredly fad avi.-’im t- t. n hi ry and fr.t d. lieu of both (actions, we admoui-h j . «> ,.m tt each o' throats with be coming spirit a . I energy—for, the -poils, the */» iU o- ckon you to d<*eds of Immortal ht roistu now ! A Dougina Spark Put Out. Fader this caption the Fredericksburg lim’d refers to ■ te fact that the Democracy of Westmoreland held a lore . ig ia-t court day and appointed delegates to the T tppahaauock Convention, which is charged with the da te ot -electing Delegates from that district to the Cnaries to.. Convention. A fire' - -and was thrown into the councils of the “bar luauh'us" of Wc tu oivl '.tid by some one off ring a re.-o :■ ■ ■ ■ • - ■ -uust cot. trie nee nt po: c»l iltcgrity and Democratic ti iolitV of Uou. S;e > ieu A. D «i i-. and will give him a .!» ufv support in tuC event ot ni- nonituatioa at t ham*— ton." Of centre this was rather to > strong a do<e cron for t o .-■■■"■ g -tv. .dot t he party, and produced a dis ion wine., was likely to prove disastrous to the h ir 11,,UV of the occasion. A genuine Democratic break down was on th L.p.s, but it i- -Uted that "an old stager ist from 'he stnte of war at Richmond, secured the door J appealed to his brethren m such pathetic terms to ,-a-r p it tfce boue of contention, mat a motion to table the resolution priv..i!ed, and the medians Jjourned It was rather curious indeed to tied a Democrat ia that tin- * >lc for ■ ot the Ih»mocrnev i:» ill I A **•:. lie. will: the CIO j .on ot Pugh, of Ohio, a-e e • i Iv or. 4, witu might an l main, to k’ ock.the props from u - ,i ; • L lii.,'. an 1 It'1 him tall t vrcibly, blvli a :i: ,t, i i.. - r. ,'jt.u—i. dei tue ground would >. (,.1.,’ji\ he th* mine truthful c\prc«*ioa. Prlut lpl s, Mot Hen. T" h-; ‘tiir p v - of tins rallying cej of th# Democracy e»i veed tu every hiug they do. hut in nothing, pcr iia . mere distinctly than in the 0*0 they nuke of the t »o-:hi..!* rul As our fn.nl of the Virgin it il-n >i • ivs it i-. a notorious fact, whilst they rvqu.rj a ter ■ I, . ■■ .1 . . >,• I I/".a, yet.» « -'it.> .•« •• >r> ' ,. ,.nv i tmificicnt to Jt'tr-mn' the eh •meter of the :,r. ■ « ei-unci if«d In the Platform of the p« y.— i • ! rr uvsibs idcvusis eiicv F:i■ Rich ho >7 • r itpelf breaks forth with the apostrophe : *' B a :. 4- a i ativ, • on ar./>/es,* the Rfe-hlood of tucpar t . are aubor.fi at. J to smu, the mere instruments to U TV out priucip.ea.’' When a Democratic elector prates t you from the h••.-•in?*, with the loud, vaunting hoa-t. tbit ins party creed is - pri > *, u.it meu," a** him ho« it i» 'a*t he subordinates “ p in.nn’ea.' the primary, t > men. the secondare, when in party Coavc tt.oa. Tue i 4*t:rv, the candidate, m .it receive the endorsement of a two-lh.nls to e. whilst the weightier and main matter, the principles, ta»v be settled by a mere majority vote '! 'Tticre is food for rejection and a uu: full of meat for p*> L_1 masucation this roil of inconsistencies Slavery Abo Ivh il lu Knnsia. LkaTMWoeTM. Ifeb. *9.—The hdl aboli-' ing slavery - .is Mate, wni.h waj passed by the Legislature an 1 v • l h. the Governor, has hecu passed over the veto bv So to 7 votes. Commenting oa the above, the Columbus Enquirer r • u ir»* that the Kansas House of Delegates contains 29 j: t R . ah: c . and 15 i *o-ca!!e 1. Itera.vrnta. Hid a Is er i ir’; t .*’..i -sod die veto, it cou.d not have K u c.verruied by a two-thirds vote: bat a majority ol tv- Democracy failed tosappirt the Governor, aai squat ter .'Overcignty prevailed. The only practical taeae in reference to slavery, that is bow before tOEgier-, or t t can posai »ly ome up, is the question of “popular s wt i tv" jiroh; .iiion of slavery in tue Tvrntori««. The Ulaca R-nubii aus havj accepted Judge D uirla li of wvrfvre a40as*, tue inaliutian as more etfeclive t. 01 their owa, a-'i every man of them in Congress will r staiu this act of t ie Territorial Legislature of Kacsa*. Dam >CT.»tle “Irrepr-aatblr Conflict.** The different strata ot modern Democracy lie very in birmotuously togethsr. This arr vgaut party reminds une of the celebrated unmentionables that had been l»at. hei with *u--h a variety of cloths that no one could 1I1* , g i*h the origmal matertaL We give the latest il 1 i-traLun. The Charleston News says : • w'e In not speak unadvi-e.ily when we »«t that the , .. Caroi.na delega ion will not submit to the uomtna t .a af DoerHa, an l that it will insist that the platform <•!' tb» Convention sh ill contain an endorsement ot the I»r * i Scott deCLuuu, that the Southern people are enti tle 1 to have their slave property pro tec'cd [nth* Terri 4onea, It U a* well to broach at once aud directly IM ntrfiii pro|*u-iitou tuvoivcd, to-wit: that il Douglas is | • oinitia'.i ’ the State of South Carolina will not give him j ii- r electoral vote. That vote will be as potent to defeat he cuivc" of the Black R"pi-.blican party if given to b not iter s teaman, as it given to Douglas ; while the rctusal to c ist it will but limstiate the dignitv aud con stitutional views ot South Carolina. Lot the election, if noees-.»rv, fail in tho Kle jtoriul CoHoge, and go into the House of Representatives, (where each State casts but imeand an eipial vote.) and lettlieissue com*. They should come m an assembly provided bv the Constitu tion. »ud where there is official responsibility. They will never rightly conic, nor will tliev fiud solution in the ir responsible caucuses or conventions of mere patty. This paragraph seems to have shaken up the liver ol the St L uis Rty'tMicar, long time an old-line hiz, but now a Douglas Democratic organ. It responds to its Charleston s -coud cousin in the following style : Well, if South Carolina will not submit to the uonii ! nation of Douglas, and she must have a platform to suit herself, letjher delegates walk out of doors and air them selves. It may do them good. The Democratic party will, at h ist, try to get Moug without her, as it has done before now. The State, as estimated bv its popinjay or ators and politicians,is aiiogether too big lor its breeches. 1. t South Carolina and her eight votes go, if she will in .-ist u|>oii dictating to the other thirty-two States wlio -hall lie her uomiuec and what shall be the platform. Let her cut loose, no other State will follow her; and the probabilities arc, that the Democratic party, with Douglas c-its -'audanl-lioarcr, will gain more votes in the tree | S ites than it loses by the defection of South i arulina.— This constant effort to bully two-thirds ol the Democratic party into a support of doctrines peculiar to that State is getting to tic ungracious, if not insulting, and should l»c abandoned.” From all the “givings out,” the Charleston scramble is destined to offcud’whom it would please, and please whom it would offend. Charges of Corruption ugaliial tl»e PrealHent. Tiie inventor ol the famous “Bargain and Corruption ealumuv of other days is about to have the poisoned | chalice commended to his own lips. The follow mg res olutions have passed the House of Representatives. Tficv embrace specifications and are sustained by proba i bilitie*, and wc shall theietore not be surprized if they ! 1. td to d -velopements that will make the cheek ot Dem j tv racy, if uot of Old Buck, tingle: \Y berea—A Rep: esentuivp from the State of Pent - svlvauia, Mr. Hickman, did on the twelfth day of Decein her last, ou the floor of this House, make the following statement —“A- Mr. Buchanan could not purchase me, so I cannot he purchased by others. I have already I be uoffered mow than I am wortli, and refused to sill tuv-*-lt at tba* ; ' ami ou tti-- -aui»- dav Mr. ilaskius, a i r- Mrcscntativ* from tin State of New York, aud ou the - ihior of this House, made the following statement, in an j gver toa charge ot being one of a mercenary band ;— that no one knows better Hus Mr. Baehan i him-i l! the utter falsehood of this charge, for he eli de ivorvd by threats and seductions of bis patronage, w ithout effect, to draw true men iwav from the path ol In; v." And on the U*hc iy of December, Mr. Adta n, i r pie.-euutivc from New Jersey, ou th. floor of tf.is I , th following mttemenl:—“Dating the L— compton controversy 1 wa.- approached in such a mau i- t-> snow corruption ou the part of the admiuiatra | tion and \V r >s. Such statements imply an interference hv j the Executive Department of the government with the ac I tion and rights of this House,incomputable with t tie digni | tv •:• 1 purirv ot its legislation, in derogation otlheprivi , - . • ;-t.mlv and J. structiveof the public confidence i i our ami j^ownment; thervtoro, ./. That * committee ot live be appointed by the Speaker to inquire :i:ul iuve-iig-i’e whether any improper attempt- have been or are being made by any person connected with the present Executive Department ot the government. «>r by any person acting w ith their advice or con-cat to influence the action ot this House or any ofits members upon anv question or measure upon which it i-act» d. or whic . it haso uni- have had under consul c:\itio1directly or indirectly, by anv promise or offer, m m ini ition. or eui; ’ >y>tn'it, pitrOi.age, ollice favors, or aw s’d, under the government, or under any depart to be i wferr I or with held, iu consideration of any vo’e given, withheld, or to ! ■ wl ! c d, wi ll power to send lor per-o.ts and pip rs. examine witt.-'s-os, aud leave to report at any time by bill or otherwise. Our Late Whig t onvention. Tie' Biltim '■ * .1 i r speaking of the late \Vlug (V»vent:o si" — A’toge'-her, the meeting in council I of t;u* \ irginia O,e o-i. • i. has resulted in great pool, ' no only to th Str.e its > f. but to the whole (Jutted -UL‘>. T ie fraera d t mu .write, wise tone of the Coa vevioa, s t an eximp’.e to conservative men throughout I tiie Union, which they w 1 n >: b- slow to imitate.” The n alga ot New \»rk to llie Wiiljt* ol Vir ginia. It ..ff) us much pleasure to he the medium of con vex.,:.g to our feliOw Whigs of Virginia the loiloeitig duti'io - from that gallant bind of N'w York "hi. who have never bowed t‘:e kaee to B«a', but have kept t trough < vi'-y fortune the high aud spotless faith deliver e l to them by the father- of the Republic: To the editor of the lUAty : H.. h pli .(-■ find resolutions adopted by the New Y irk Whig <1 total Committee uud directed to be pub lished iu the Richmond U'Aty. I j.’.o nlv regret that a sudden and urgent business matter rendered it impracticable for me to accompany Mc-s - Dodge and Liiuuinger. u- I anticipated till almost toe moment el starting. It would afford me great pleas re t’> meet und take tout;- 1 of my brother Whigs aud ■ W...gs too as your noble State produces. We nave not tul y cone u<led what course to pursue iu • .»; e, to do our work uio.-tc-lcotuai y, but shall prob ably do so on Monday, 5th inst. Tr ,-ti g that occasion may again offer to make the . pi.iuta ic'of yourself sad other Virginia friends ol whom my colleagues -peax .-o highly, aud, tliat we may be slice —1.1 m our laudaole etfotts to find triends sufh cient to elect a Whig, a real “ Henry Clay Whig,” to - in the Constitution aud the Union and obedience to |„lVx_which 1 religiou-ly believe we shall do it we stand simlvto our guns—1 >ubsc.hb- it;"<lf vour obedient servant, GEO. M. WHEELER, 17k Broome Street, New York. At a meeting or the “Whig General Committee” h i 1 ,t their i.e.ei- (uarte-s. Thorp’- Hotel, Broadway C, 8th -tivet, Thur*d iy, March 1st I'm'', the following resolu tion.- lit’- : 1 y lire Hon. Eri derick A. Talimadge were t-nmo ■. ted an . dnacted to be pubhshi d in the Ui. ui 'tid H ‘lij ■ . I, I at the cordial thanks of the “Whig Ge : era. Committee ot New York "be tendered to the “Whigs ot the Commonwealth of the State of Virginia” for the . ro ts „ l ho.-pitabf- reception of the Representatives the "Wliic- >t New York" at the Convention held at R •hmoud, on Wednesday, the 22d of February, 180'). Tffo' id, That we concur iu aud will sustain those great cardinal principles which were received from the racy,a laUeh war* ...!.. ; to diil't-e their influence over a whole united e i : try, and were not limited to a section or restricted bv mi irn.i. nary line. ' a Tl.it we are for the Union and the w’o'e , .I.-. . v , i that we will frown upon and repudiate !■••• ii.g- oi nev er the b «ads that unite us together. J.\.- l.n.i’iri.V.-IKi: OGDKX. Cli’n. il. il Brown, i ... r., Jan W. Cot Vt.MlOVKN, ) l-c Ch U. Gt . W. WnntutK, t ~ *% John IM> 1' ) J , r, ■, tp thl- o)mni;i' icatiou affords an opportu* n i of *»u a a gladly avail ourseWvs ol publi-biug a . ■. i ol ' remark-* of Mr. John P. Podge, oue of the [ ave referred to, ou being presented to the \ Convention: ■ v 1*. -i l> * T ur.d fellow-Whigs of Virginia—<Vi be •uon Whig f New York, I | (j, • to t i K vuii tuo-t t-iuccrelv for this 'Jittering re c j , p., .I,'-. If, 1 cau truly suv that the present . . • • i- tiie pr ad -t ia uiv life. When I ca:ue here l ■*e .-ot' a ui.e- mi h no vicn out-jiouriiig of the oid W, a- ir maiiit’es e i to-ilay. 1 have stood atuo: g mu,v ro iUCal assemblies, tiu I have u-ver been at wnv g ttheriug which dev* .oped such eutim-iasut and conti d : and - • much real patriotism, ns I have witnessed this dav iu this conveU'ion. Wo have > ne here, my friends, at the command of 1 t e Wings oi New York, of that body of men who,amid corruption, and treacherv, aud de-cstion, have ever re in ,in lime and steadfast to their principles. In times « - • I. a il .. r to shoulder, with you i m . ,1 I hard fought battle, aud with a rivalry of de : i itio... Kotu have rallied around the standard of our id ’ . of u : un it ha- boon truly said, that when . -to. ' shall record the struggles that preceded, aud the ,!,i _• . that were averted by the Miw-ouri Compromise .„ l'-g t, th r r:tr .io. istiient of 1 and the Cora i-ire-ot 1 S3'>, those same pages ol history 1 , r< .r i r; e talent*, the virtues, aud the patriotism ol Henry Clay. l ev . ive e,remanded ns to come here to-dav; aud V.rgit.it, to declare I t' at t Whig- of New York -laud, where they have lad, Nat . il ground of the Con 1 -nation ana the I'uioa. Tiiroughout the dark and I g!o « ny year* of buniiilation aud ot trial, through which • . v n-,> pis*' !,«! • y have ever remained “among the li.r d.-ss faf'ifu!;" and now we rally as proudly, a* boldly, - : ‘ a: i a- t . .*, around til*1 old standard, as »c :i i w.'ien it was borne at the head of a powerful and ir rr-.-'i > c,,!-.inn. Tua'. standard bear.- upon one side, ho*-' immutable principles of justice, of right, ot liberty, ,i:J of hun, 4*i.tv, which were inscribed thereon by the irr.’4- defender of n ir faith, and upon the other, uothing le-- *hau thiity •tree bnp'.tjand flowing stars, emblems ot thirtt-three free and sovereign Statea Thev have instructed us to say to you hero, in their ey r» • w i d re peel you, the Whig* of t-, ■ y-.i l' ml lioa for yo trpit- o'ic and per-.-ten' a v®» t, i to pii: pie. To the course which you tuought pro j , r to pursue iu vour late Gubernatorial election, »# at* tribute the commencement of the great conservative re tival which is now spreading over the entire couutry— au l now. iii the time of trial aud of action, it is to you that we look for advice and for counsel. We therefore hope aud trust, that in your deliberations, aud iu the ac ■ non which vou may take, yon will act with moderation, -ud at the same lime with briuneaS. Let the nation un der tan.!. aud all the disturbers of our national peace, win th-r North or South, understand, that the time has rr.v> d when the great uational, conservative element, with Virginia at the helm, has determined to overthrow the present corrupt corabin itious which now control ami agitate tb-- nation ; aud to restore the (lovcrnmen* to its , aucietu purity aud pri-tiue glory. It is my firm belief, I my lcllo«-eitiaeris, that the tune bos arrived when the claim* oi patriotism should rise luuerior to the claims of j i*ny : and that now, when muon is arrayed agaiait section in angry hostility, when the pillars of the Govern ment seem to tremble, and the angry billows threaten to overwhelm the i-liip of state, we should, iu the language of the sago of Ashland, “ bury deep the character of the j partisan, rise up patriots, tear asunder the shackles of j party, scatter them to the winds of heaven, and feel that we havfc discharged but a small portion ot our paramount ^ obligations to our common country." Let us feel that we have a country to live tor, and, if necessary, to die for. Let us revive the old spirit of patriotism ; and when 1 *av patriotism, I mean uot that which aims to make it self heard in every public brothel, or on every public corner—not that which delights iu buuconibc speeches or in loud declamation—not that which aims at its own aggrandisement, regardless of the feelings or wishes ol others; but that pure soul-consuming, never-dying love of country, which has been so ably described as that feel ing which, receiving its inspiration from the Almighty God, aud leaving at an immeasurable distance below all lesser teeliugs and all baser motives, aims at notbi ig else than deeds of devotion, of valor, of sacrifice, and of death itself. That, my friends, is public virtue; that is the highest and the noblest of public virtues. After dwelling at some length aud in eloquent terms on the dungers which surrounds us, from the Black Re publican party of the North, and the Democratic party of the South, and upon the great public necessities ot the country. The gentleman concluded as follows. Fellow-Whigs of Virginia:—Our mission to you is ended. To us, it has becu a most pleasant and profita ble one. When we return to those who have s ut us here, we shall tell them of the cordial and hospitable m inner iu which we have been received. We shall tell them that here iu Old Virginia, in whose soil rest the acred ashes at Mount Veruon, and whose crowning glory is the nation's pride, good old patriotic princi ples still live and tlourish, aud may we not carry back to them also, the assurance from you, that when the Ides of next November shall have arrived, you will be found standing side by side with us, as in days gone by, with guides posted, w ith colors living, auil with leaders chos en, marching onward in oue grand irresistible column, for the defence of the Vniou and the Constitution, and the triumph ol souud conservative Whig principles. May God, in his wisdom, grant that such may be the result; aud that uot oidy we, but our children and our children's children, down to the latest generations, aud through time, yet unnumbered, and until the final sinking ot mat ter and of miud, may continue to enjoy the blessings ol liHert v, and to walk iu blissful harmony, hand in hand, the quiet and peaceful paths ot freedom and of union. SOI III CAROLINA MISSION f" VIRGINIA. Mr. Memminger, the Commissioner from South Caro, jina to solicir Virginia to meet the slaveholding State* in a General Convention for the purpose of devising measures for the maiuttnance of their coiMitutiona] rights, has made the following repot t to the Governor of his State. Charleston, Feb. 13, I860. //;, 11,1. //. /A r*rnor <>f SoutK C’ro’inu De ik Sir • I respectfully report to your Excellency tint, upon the receipt ot vour appointment to the otlice .•I Commissioner to the State of Virginia, I proceeded to the t I f ■ ! I- hi: < I d. De II V atm a! lie le 1 was le ., • \ a cuuiiui i e ol lie- i"'ii. i d Assembly as the "net ol tl • Slate of Yitginia; aud every attention which the most , i .rteous aad refined hospitality could sugge-t was exhibited towards me during my whole stay in Richmond, The Governor of Virginia, with considerate (orecA-l, had prepared the way tor inv introduction to the Gener al A emblv, and promptly communicated ray credentials I and the object of my mission; and 1 w as invited by the General Assembly to explain at large the views oi noum t'.uol n i befote the a.-sembled authorities of Virginia. Tins imitation I accepted, and the Governor and the Judges o: the Stale, together with both brnuches of the General Ass -mblv. met together in the Capitol to do hon or to the State of South Carolina, and to evince their high res|H-et for her message. 1 herewith submit to your Excellency a summary of the address which I had the honor to deliver on that occu -iou, as the -ame was subsequently printed by order of the General Assembly. Alter the delivery of this address I remained in Rich mond, iu the expectation of bearing back to your Excel I ncy the answer of the General Assembly of Virginia.— Thai honorable body, however, was not prepared to make so speedy a response, and under the circumstances it seemed to me best that 1 should return home and await the result of their deliberations. Accordingly 1 address ed to the Governor oi Virginia a final communication, of which a copy is enclosed, and on the 9th iust. took leave of his Excellency and returned home. Whatever may be the result of the mission in relation to the conference ptoposed, its effects cannot fail to be ... dal in o:her re-p.-ets. The warm at I kindly feel , ::.g which was exhibite 1 to me was, of course, the ex pression of that feeling towards the State which I repri I seated, and every South Carolinian may justly share in | it. (»u every occasion ot public festivity or private in 1 tercour-a where our State or p»ople were named, the demonstrations oi kin ine-s and respect were so marked a- to evi ce the warmest sympathy and fellow feeling.— And although the extent of this great State, and the di versity of seutim nt which yet prevails among her people as to proper remedies, may impair her unity and prompt ue-s of action, yet her high tone and the manly spirit of elevated pat; in i-m manifested by her sons ensures her eventual support of the equal constitutional rights of the South. These rights, most of her people still think, ran yet be secured by measures within the Union ; and the appre hension that the proposed conference must lead to disu nion has hitherto been the hindrance to its adoption.— Ttii< apprehension, I have endeavored to show, can only become serious in case the North shall refuse justiee to the South. If the tons'itution il rights of the South be set at naught—if her security be disregarded—if a »**c t oual party take posses-ioa ol the Government and de liver up the South, w ithout any constitutional protection, to the combined hatred of fanaticism and faction, theu the Union becomes au internment of tyranny, and the South its victim. In that gas- truly the apprehension of disunion from a conference would be just. Hut if, as manv iu Virginia believe, there is yet fraternal feeling enough existing at the North to stay the tide of fanati cism and to do justice to the South, then the apprehen - on of disunion from the conference is without founda tion. On the contrary, a conference becomes a fact the very best instrument to assist the supposed fraternal fei 1 ing’of the North. It would bring to its aid the united -etiou of the South, and by presenting a bold ami manly front w .ul i compel the adversary to lespeet their rights and vivid to their di minds. fins view of the subject seems Fojust that I cannot doubt but that it w ill finally prevail in Virginia. The de fenders of Soutneru rights there are firm and elevated pxtriots. T ey will not lie deterred by present diflieol ties ; and even should they fail at present in carrying a .Southern conference, I have an abiding conviction that they will be sustained by their people, and that Virginia will assuredly take her place iu the united council of the South. With much rc-pect, vour obedieut servant, C. G. MEMMINGER. Etcitnosn, February S, I860. //;« Erctlh John Letrher, Hartrnorof Virginia : 1>i:*r Sir- Having discharged the duties of tny mis sion to the State of Virginia, I have been waiting in ex pectation of bearing back the answer of the General A— ,cm |v. Jim as that honorndle body is not yet pie pared to repond, and may desire still further time for delibera tion, 1 have conrludtd to return home, audio request vour Excellency to communicate to the Governor of South Carolina the final answ er of the Assembly. H, i .kin.' leave of vour Excellency, permit me to cx |,r ^ the grateful remembrance winch 1 shall bear with ine of the regard and respect win ti have been exhibited toward the people <>l South Carolina, and of the kindness and hospitality to myself. Whatever in »y be the issue o» tiie present mission, I earnes Iv hope that it may serve moreclos Iv »» uni e our respective people iu the bonds of mutual affection and good will. With much respect, vour obedient servant, C. (J. AlEMMiNGER. Executive Department, Uniosville, (S. C.j February 2", 1860. ffnH. C. O. .)/• mminyts Dkab Sik : In uckuowledgi g the receipt of your re port on vour mission to the >late ol \ ugiiiia, accompa tiie>i with a copy of your ad lrt ss before the Legislature, l- affords m* great pleasure to say that the vi ws present ed aud arguments advanced seem to me unanswerable.— And although Virginia may hesitate or refuse to act at Ijt-jt, the power ol truth will ultimately prevail, and she will take her proper place as a leader ol the South in ■ maintaining our lights aud redressing our wrongs, in or ! out of the Union. Whatever may be the result of your mission in other \ respects, Virginia has certainly given evidence, iu the courtesv and kindness extend'd to you, and io the res pect!" il consideration of the resolutions, of her high re gard lor South Carolina, and of a proper appreciation of her motives, tor which she is entitled to our respectful acknowledgments. Allow me to congratulate you, sir, upon the faithful and able mauuer in which you have discharged the high I trust committed to you, and to thauk you, iu the name ol the State, for vour distinguished services. Wil. II. GIST. FROM WASHINGTON. Washington, March 12.—The homestead bill which passed the House to-day, provides that any person who it the head of a family, or who has arrived at the age of •21 years, aud is a citizen of the United States, or who !.ha!l have tiled hi< intention to become such, shall be en titled to enter free of cost 160 acres of the public lands upon which said person may have filed a pre-emptiou claim, or which may at the time the application is made, be subject to pre-emption at $1.21 or less per acre, or 80 acres at $2.1 1 per a re. No certificate is to be given or patent issued uutii the expiration of five years from the date of the entry and on payment of $10. The rights secured by the actual settler issue to the heirs and de visees. the lands thus acquired in no case to become li able to the satisfaction of any debts contracted prior to the issuing of the patent. Win. I). Shipman was to-day confirmed by the Senate as United States district judge for Connecticut, iu place of Judge lugersoll, deceased. The tariff bill, which Mr Morrill endeavored to report to-day under a suspension of the rules, is the same as that brought forward by him last year, with several mod ifications only. Mr Hvat:, in accordance with an order of the Senate, has been lodged in jail. Major B B. French, J. J. Coombs, L. A. Hall and Lewis Clepliane have beett apjiointed by the Republican Association of Washington delegates to the Chicago con vention. Howe Agenct for the Salk of Masitactcrei' To bacco._We are pleased to learn that our enterprising townsmen, Messrs. Alexander A Toot, have determined to es abh-h an agenev in this city for the sale of inanu 'aclured tobacco, aud tbat the prospects for an exten sive bu-ines* are very encou-aging. The market for the sale of Lvnchburg tobacco has heretofore been confined almost ixclumvelv to the city of New York, thus throw inf all the profits oftommiaaiou, 4c., ^e., into tb« hands of Northern merchants. We are glad to see this important movement, nml sincerely hope it may result satisfactorily to thcic enterprising gentlemen. The Lynchburg brand has a name all over the world, wherever the weed Is used, which difies competition, and the establishment of an agency, such as is contemplated, will tend greatly to relieve the difficulties and trouble to which our manuiacturers are now subjected.—Lynchburg Republican. THIRTY'SIX I'll CONliUKSS.-Firit Seaalon. SENATE. Washington, March 12, I860. Mr. Ten Eyck introduced a bill for the complete equip ment of the life-saving stations ou the coast of Long Island and New Jersey. Mr. King presented the petition of the merchants of •New York, fuvoriug the establishment of a steam mail lino between Charleston and Havana via Key West. Alter the usual uninteresting routine of morning busi ness, Mr. Mason moved that Mr. Hvait, the contumacious witness, be brought before the bar of the Seriate, and that the resolutions which he submitted on Friday last be taken up for consideration. The motion being agreed to, Mr. M. obtained leave to modify the preamble, retaining the substance, that Mr. Hyatt be eommitied to the common jail of the District of Columbia until he is willing to testify. ^jMr. Sumner and Mr. Fessenden discussed the resolu 1 ious—the former opposing them, and the latter in their favor. Mr. Hale followed in opposition to the resolution. Mr. Crittenden advocated the resolutions. He said that uo mau had the right to set up the dictate) of his conscience against the laws and authority of his country. If the Senate have a right to institute inquiries at all, they have a light to make those inquiries effectual. Mr. Simmons submitted a substitute, that Mr. Hyatt be discharged from custody, as he has declared his williug ness to testify voluntarily ; but this ameudment was sub sequently withdrawn. Alter some further discussion, the resolutions ot Mr. Mason were adopted, yeas 44, nays 1", as follows : Yeas—Anthony, Bayard, Benjamin, Bragg, Bright, lfgier, Brown, Cameron, Chandler, Clay, Cliugmnn, Col lamar, Crittenden, Davis, Doolittle, Fessenden, Fucb, Fi /.patriek, Foot, Foster, Green, Grimes, Gwin, Ham moml. Hemphill. Hunter, Iverson, Johnson, of Tennessee, Johnson of Arkansas, Kennedy, King, Lane, Latham, M i-on, Nicho'son, l’earce, Kice, Sebastian, Slidell, Ten Eyck, Thom.-ou, Trumbull, Wigt&H and 4 nice—41. Nays—Bingham, Dixon, Hale, Hamlin, Harlan, Sim mons. Sumner, Toombs, Wade, Wilson—10. After executive ses io i, adjoinned. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Mr. Washburn, of Wisconsin, offered a preamble set ting lot til that most shameful IrauiLs have been perpetra ted o:i tb • Menominee Indians, by designing men, redu c ng them to utter destitution, and asking me appoint ment of a select committee to inquire into the subject, and report by what author!tv R. W. Thompson received *40,000 of their money. These Indians have always been ou mo t frieni ly terms with the I nited States, ami joined our forces in the Black Hawd war. A few years ago they own nearly all the State of \\ is co:sin, (tut now having been defrauded out of their 1 onls, they have been reduced to a very small reserva tion. Mr. Lurabee desired to have the resolution amended s i as to call lor all the correspondence dll the subject.— In the. our- of his remarks be said that Mr. Reushaw, who eauic here in couneetiou willi these Indians, <JiJ so i direct contravention of the wishes ot the Interior De partment. He thought that the adoption of the resolu tion bv ihe Wisconsin Legislature in one day, by a strict It publican vote, looked suspicious. Mr. Washburn, ill reply to a remark of Mr. Larrabee, said that the reason why the latter hud not been consult ed on the subject, was because lie had goue to Wiscon sin to attend the Democratic Convention, expecting to he to tin* 1*1: n-li'sfnn (!nnvrnfinn hut ha hud no succeeded. Mr. Lirrabee—“That is false sir." Mr. Washburn—“1 don't know anything about it." Mr. Lirrabee—“Then you should not speak on the subject." Mr Washburn—“I believe, however, the gentleman was a candidate there, but did not succeed in being elected.’' After further proceedings the House refused to sus pend the rules for the introduction of the resolutions— yeas 113, nays fin. Mr. Dawes, from the Committee of Elections, reported a resolution—that Amos <>. Williamson, contesting the right ot Dauiel E. Sickles to a seat in this House from the third Congressional District of New York, serve on siid Sickles, within ten days after the passage of this re 'Olution, a particular statement of the grounds of the contest, and that Sickles serve on Williamson within twenty days thereafter, a reply, and that both, within sixty days, take testimony in the manner prescribed by law. The further consideration of the subject was postponed till Thursday next. Mr. (iihner from the same committer, made a minori ty report—against .Mr. Williamson, giving him leave to withdraw his papers. Mr. Dawes also reported a resolution, which was ado- ted, that Mr. Willaimson have leave to occupy a scat in the House pending the contest, and that he have leave to speak to the merits of the qu> stion. Much time was wasted in an attempt to introduce, by Mr. Carter, u preamble and resolution iu relation tuqthe New York Seventh Hegiraeut. Mr. Lovcjoy called up his motion to reconsider the vole by which the Homestesd hill was referred to the Committee of the Whole on the State of the Union. This w.is agreed to—yeas ltifi, nays 07. Mr. Branch moved that the hill be laid upon the table, but the iptestiou was decided in the negative—yeas 62, nays 112. The Homestead bill—giving to every head of a family a homestead ou condition of actual settlement and culti vation—was passed—yeas lit, nays 66. Mr. Morrill, lrom the Committee of Ways and Means, a*ked leave to report a bill providing for the payment of outstanding Treasury notes, authorizing a loan, uud reg ulating ami fixing the duties on imports, and for other purposes. He moved that it be printed and referred to the Committee of the Whole ou the State of the Uaiou. Mr. Barksdale objected. Mr. .Morrill moved a suspen-ion of the rules, but th • question was decided in the negative—yeas 105, uays 62 —not two-thirds. The House •parsed the hill authorizing the silo of the Military Asylum at Harrodsburg, Kentucky, and adj’d. > 1-01*, a ««>., ;isk the fe’UMiMon of de*l*ri to ther AL*3TI0N .SALK of !*••'« IKGOCBO#8C0AR nn.i UOLA88V,commencing at li -Co. k «tin. t**lc rcg*r«I to neither. raM4—1t A "VOTSCi: THAT < AV\Of EK-Jb UK I iSVJUl'I‘ TEI> ItY ANY ONE.—We are now pr,|i*. 11* furnish our customris, filends, and the puld'r pener al y, with any kind of boot, or .hoe. that they may want, together with our own manufactur-, or hnprrl >1, either for La lies, Gentle men. Misses, Han. or Children, o! the latent styles, and of the best quality. We also keen on hand a large assor ment of Truoks and Unmet l'aio-1 for Ladies, of the most approved style", and of the Iiaent quality. Als* Carpel Rap* and Valises, of every style and d-criptluu, all of whlrh we will sell low, either hv whole*sle or ie tail ALKX. IIILL * CO., Manufacturers and Importers of Boots ami Shoe*, mbit 12? Main Street, Richmond. ALLEN’S PA r BN »' STB UN <-l AC8S. If Kill -TEIt jfc U EBB’S STEAM WHISTLES, (OAKS, &c„ I > t'BBER ANf) LKtTlIER BELTING, Packing, Bal.bet Metal IV Ii le's 1*.trnl Saw Gummers, and MachinUl"’ goods generally, Ol low by WILLIAMS .t El LI->TT. BibU fit Main street, nearly opposite 8l. Charles Hotel. Large and attractive *ii|>i>ly of S I» it 1 N ti A N l» s r n 1 I. It IF It V GOOD 8. UHLED11X Ai VOX. BROAD STREET. HAVE been opening during the past two w-eks, and are now . prepared to olfe.-, a complete assortment of STAPLE and FANCY GO JDS. bumf 1 trg lot. of For • ign Goods vli .li will be aold wt prices much lower than those of fir mer seasons. Ws mention a In saljr of Iks most attractive artM-o In :!i.h BFRFOES, In Immentc variety; l ug ish and Freuch BEUEGK Hull Ed , 4t • to V1. if, AN t>; A ver> imge .csortment of SH KS, of every variety of style, at 2*. to ;>n pci cent. b-l»w the cost of itnpnrtalinu. Fi .1, I. piin-eil JaOHNKTS and OKU ANDIES. T A Vr.LLt VO-DRK38 GOODS of every description, s pi i DELUNEd and CH ALLIES; French in . India FOG LAI. LI sILKo, some entirely new and h ind some dealgnt. Our sto li of D >m< silo STAPLE GOODS, hu (never been more ext. nsive NEG ,0 CLOTHING, of every grade. Amongst th last nam.-d, we would call the apo dal atteii’lon of buyers to ... . e Very .aige lots of Virginia and Georgia I'iarn and Striped OSNAUl'KGS, and a large variety of other articles of Southern manufacture, BREEDEN A FOX, mhl4 21* Broad Street H AVANA CIGARS.— 200,000 Havana Cigars, our own importailon, direct, for sale low to close. U.U14 QHAS. T. WOKTHAM A CO. 1 I 111 HMD* CHOICE 0AK1HNA8 MOLASSES Av/vJ 28o bills il i (in new N. 0 hbls) "A hh'ls Cincinnati Bacon bides 27 do do do Shoulders 8 rt boxes Emory's Adamantine Candle* SOU do Old Dominion Soap 40 do pure Palm Soap For sa e by mhl4—6l _ CIIA8. T, WOKTHAM A CO YAOFPKB KJ inH nags choice White I.aguayra Coffee ho do prime Green Jamaica do Sft do Maracaibo do For sale by_ E, II. BKINKF.R A CO. TO. SIGN OF THE IKON SAFE 130. MAIN STREET. 1N0R HERRING’S FIRE PROOF SAFF.S, with POWDER PROOF ‘ LOCKS FIFE AM) FIRE INSURANCE, STATIONERY, LINKS’ AND COTTON TWINES, MACHINE BELTING, LEATHER AND RUBBER GARDEN H08E, to , Call at KNOWLES A WALFORD’3, mhl 4 _ __l*0MalnjM._ N EW CROC tLRONDS. f* bates Princess, or paper shell Almonds 10 “ Bordo, or Lague loc “ In “ Marseilles, or Provence 11 J2 frails Ivors “ 5 bales Moller 17 bigs Sicily Soft Shell “ 27 " Valencia “ The largest slock, and the Lest assortment I ever had in store. For sale at New York jobber’s prices. ___ mhU-lUt LEWIS J. BQ38IEUX. Botilili’ Rcliiit d Nlt‘8111 Caudie*. IfY Fa*!jry Is now complete, and by far the largest utabllsl ,u ment of the kind south of Philadelphia, which enables me to offer to the trade of VIRGINIA, NORTH CAROLINA and TEN N ESSIE. As al«o the city grocers, an article of city made .■'team Refined Crushed Sugar Candy. Warranted to stand In any climate. Much below the Northern price for an article of like standard. Call and exam ne It at my Factory, No. SO M*ln r mb44-m LOUIS J. BOailEUX. HOWLLL A UKOT1I1JK8, Manufacturers of PAPER HA.KC1S08, (TRTAIJI PAPERS, &c., 200 Baltimore Street, BAL1IMORK, UD. Our goods srs especially adapted to the Hoaie “d Soothsru Market. jsdreedSm Thf PrrK Defalcation IX Maine.—It appears that the exact umotiut of the dcfalcatiou of Peek, the Tre«-' rer of the Slate of Maine, is $94,023 99. Mr. Peck's written statement professes to give an explanation of the process which led to this disgraceful result. Soon as he had “got warm in his place" ns Treasurer, he any* he was induced to loan the State’s money to his bondsmen and others, all of whom repaid him except one, so that he made his first year's accounts square by borrowing a small sum. Next year matters went on in the same waY, leaving him twenty thousand dollars short at the end of the year, whicli deficit he supplied by discounts at the banks, so that the committee appointed to examine the Treasurer's accounts pronounced them “all tight." The Canada speculation began, amid the most Haltering pros pects, in July, 1858, with a required total outlay of $40,000, and the payment down of $5,000, which Mr. Peck says very mysteriously, considering the above, he provided ont of his “private means." It was sup posed that the receipts of the concern before Jan uary, 1860, would auiouul to $60,000 or $70,000.— But, as a matter of fact, the outlay exceeded the lutter figures, aud not a cent came back. Mr. Peck being the only “moneyed man” in the concern, supplied the means as best be could, not sparing the State funds. He says his Associate* (one of whom lias recently pre sented a claim against Mos.-aclmsetts for services in Washington,) did not advise him to use the State’s mo ney, but as to their knowledge ot the fact lie leaves others to judge. TIiim far, iu substance, Mr. Pock.— The exposition of the Investigating Committee, based on the testiuiouy of Mr. Peck’s Canada co-partners, and till ing up the above outline, is a unique and interesting ex hibit of a foolish career of fraud. Several of the banks of Maine are severely blamed for their dealings with Peck. The Committee are unable to find that a single dollar has ever bceii used by Peck for Political purposes. They place a due share of the responsibilty for the Trea surer’s transactions upon his bondsmen. Altogether, this is one <*f the most remarkable defalcations ever made public.—Motion Journal. Tttz Sentzspe of Major Ckoss.—The finding of the court martial in the ease oi M.ij. Cross, who was tried iu New York in August last, ou charges of disobedience of the orders und regulations of the United States army, and misappropriation and embezzlement of the public money, lias heeu made public. The court found the major guilty of tile charges, aud sentenced him to be cashiered. Thu President confirmed the sentence; but iu consideration of the major's long und useful pub lic services aud of the great amount of money that lie had fiiiilil’ully disbursed, and that the government suffer ed no loss bv his default, lias mitigated the seuteuce to suspension of rani: and pav for live years. PR. WISTAH’S BALSAM OK WILD CHERRY. VIRGINIA TESTIMONY. Certificate from Mr. Norbcrne Norton, of the Examiner office, Richmond : Ricnwntt), Va., Feb. 9S, IS6H. Mriin 8 W. Fowl * A Co , Boston: WeatlenwD—I with plea lure I vilify to the (.-real merit of yotir Invaluable lung medicine, I)r. WlsTAR’8 BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY, which la likewise highly valued by many of our esteemed dthens, who have tilted its virtues hy trial. 1 first made uie of this Balsam lome three years line* for a vio lent and distressing rough, which battled the skill of physicians, and to my Joy, experienced such gratifying relief as to Induce me to persevere In Its use. 1 always keep it by me. and ever find It to he unfailing in its elfects. Mo medicine that I have ever used has given such speedy rell- f. Yours truly, NOKBuRXZ NORTON. &T Ca ution It* Purchutrm.—The only genuine IFr«Mr'« Hit turn has the written signature of *• I. ItUTTR," and the printed one of the proprietors on the outer wrapper; all other Is vile and worthless. flT Prepared hy 8KTII W. FOWLE A CO , Bouton, and for sale, a! wholesale and retail, by ADIE A GRAY, PURCELL,I.ADD A CO., W. PETERSON, J P. DAVAL, Richmond, and by all drug gists and dealers in medicines iu city and country. feift- dAwlin By the Rev John O. Claiborne, on the 29th of February, I -*>». at uce Dr, John Orgaln, In the eaantyof Brunswick, Va.* Dr JOHN A KOitKUiSON uud Miss SCdAN K ORDAIN. DIED, Departed thla life, on the -th day of March, l-W, In the2.'<tli year of her itge Mrs. MAKV C. CAKHIN<<T<IN, wife of Isaac U. Car rington, of P.ttsrlrania C. II, Va. On Tuesday, the 13th instant, after a short illness, VIRGINIA POINDEXTER, Infant daughter of Jubu K. and t. C. Woinble, aged 2 mouths and 27 days. The friends of the laotllr are Invited to attend the funeral this (Wednesday J afternoon, at 4 o'clock, from the residence of her father. E. A. ISAB8HALL, ox Barge NONSUGII, I’lEK 81, North River, N. V. MClI.fcK IX BALF HAT, STRAW, OAT*, FEW), ONIONS, POTATOF^, and all klr s of Country Produce, for City Tratle or SMppiug. Order* for Ihe Southern market attended to without charge of Commission :: B. a -t ft MR. NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE’S Y e w it o m an o c. TICK NEB A FIELDS, boston, Have now ready, THE MARBLE FAUN; o» TUX ROMANCE OK MONTE BENI, nr NATHANIEL HAWTHORNE, Author of the * S< 'ARLKf I.KTTKR," Ac. 2 vols ISmo. Cloth. Hi. For sale In Richmond hy J. WODDHOCdK A CO., A. MORRIS, WEST A JOUNPTON, and all Booksellers. fVy Copies maded by the publishers on receipt of price. _ r i'll i: life and Tin eh of iikrodtiie JL GREAT. Just received hy A MORRIS, 97 Malt. 8t. THE Life and Times of Herod th- Great, as connected historically and prophetically with the corning of Christ, by Win. M. Wil lett. Price 41 THE ktonement in Its relations to Law and Moral Government — By Albert Barns. 41. THE Way of S tlvation, illustrated In a series of practical sermons. By albert Barnes 41 PHACTIC AI.Sermons, designed for vacant Congregations an! fami lies By Albert Hsrties. |l. A TREATISE un Medical KieculdtV, theorltlcal and practical, and Its use In the trea'ment uf paralysis, neuralgia, and otlter dis eases. By J. Alhus, M D. |1.25 A GLIDE to the practical study of d|jeas»s of ihe Eye, with an outline of the Med! <1 and operative treatment. By Jas. Dii on, F. R. C. 8 41 fx). HISTORV of th- Presbyterian Church In Ireland, condensed fiotn the standard work of Held and Kllleu. By the Rev. Samuel D Alexander. 41. THE Instltultl ius ofthe Blind Induct-rely.lnvestigsted. By the Rev. Jam-s McCosh, professor Of I.sglc andjMeUpliyilcs lntjuceua College, Belfait. 41 niliH BLUE RIDGE 1C A DEWY. TITHE Exercises of the thiril terslon of tins lustlutlnn, UD'Ier the M. joint conduct of Jonn A Chilton, and Wra A Chilton, Associ ate Principals, will terminate on the 2 ><h <Iay of Juiy, lvai. Located in the mountains of Virginia, on Ihe Ja ues River and Kanawha Canal, 22 miles above Lynchhqrg, and easily accessible front any stetion of the Mate, many Inducements are here offered to Parents and Guardians, having sons or wards to educate. In dtsc.plioe and graJr rfscholarship, this shool shall he Inferior to no.:e ot similar pretensions. H’/uit U towjhts *!otll be tXnroU'jh ly t‘iu'jlit. Having place<! the Tuition .at a l«v figure, the Principals will spare no energy to render mis Institution worthy a liberal patron TERMS. PER MONTH. All branches of a liberal English course 42 *>0 Latin. Greek, French, with English .II ("I Book keeping atnl Phonography, each. 1 (»• ll ard, in private families ...7 00 By early uppllcxtinn, a lew additional students will be received. For further information, address either of the Principals at mhlo—efit Big Island, Bedford county, Va. VIRGINIA CENTRAL RAILROAD. it# ..fgSigg Mail au<l 1 \isst*ny;«*r Trains, | EAVI R od ulyatl 0 \ >i, for GordoMtrtUr,Ohar lior.InnsrUle, with Hi- Orange and Alex.ni It la Railroad for Alex andria aud intermediate Stations and at Charlottesville with their trains for Lynchburg. Passengers for points west of flaunt >n, wishing to fro direr tty through, will take Ilia train on Monday*, Wednesday and Fridays. stigr* coanert with the train at Ooiheu lor Lexngton, Va , at Mitlnoro lor Warm Spring., »• Jaclcious River for Covington, White Sulphur Springs, L>ncnbnrg, »c. Passenger, for l.exii gton can ■, > directly through dvlly (except Sunday.) On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday., they will lake theStagc at Staunton. par Through Ticket* for Ah vvndrl*, Lynchburg, Lexington, Va., Warm Spring', While Su phur, Lewlsli-irg, ta., Ac., ran be |irocured at the Ticket OlliTHOJ. DODAMEAD, mh18 General fuperln'endtnL 0 . i OentralRallr 1880_ Vlltl.IMI (’KNTH.lI. It ILIIUtD. 1 GENERAL SI.'I'KKI.N TEN DENT'S OFFICE, A Richm-hd, V»., March 12, lsfiO. ) NOTICE. fltllE Hoard of Directors of this Company have determined to 1 iTscontinue the running of the Mad and Passenger Trains of ti i. Coini.ariy between Oordonsville snd Siauntnn on TUESDAYS. They will be run between Ki -iimond and Gordon*Tills, ai hereto fore THOMAS DOD IMKAD, nih!8—1w General Super!ntendant. VIK < 3-INIA FEltTTLJ Z E1 i, OR S. M'GRUDER'S SONS’ i»ll©SI»IIO-PEKI VIAN Cl ANO. YlTEoffer for sale PII09PHO-PERUYIAN GUANO,manufactured y\ by ourselvca and warranted to c mtain eight per rent, of Ammonia and forty five to fifty per ceat. of PnoaniATi or Lime.— Price, 850, c.eh per ton of S,0ou lbs. Having been for many ye.rs largely engaged In the Guano trade and carefully . bierved and had reported to usbjr reliable practical farmer*, the result of i xperiments with nearly every variety of Gu ano*,enable uato furnish a fertUixcr,which we,with great confidence, recommend, amt believe It to be much cheaper th.n the Peruvian alone. The ingredients In this preparation are the very best Peruvian and Phosphatic Guanos, selected with great care, and by rigid analysis, ground to a very fine powder, aud thoroughly and inti mately mixed. For Tobacco, Oats and Corn, we do not think this Fertiliser can be excelled, and Its beneficial eticcts, lu the improvement of the land. Is unquestionable. We shall also keep constantly on hand a supply of line ground Bonk Dust. 8. McUKUDER'9 S0N9, fe*4-eo3m Richmond. milE best accommodations are offered to families visitlug Phlla jL delphla, by a Southern l»d.v, at 1402 Walnut street, embracing delightful rooms, the finest location, and all the comforts of a home. Reference* given, on application. In Maryland and Virginia, and to the following gentlemen iu l'niladelphia: Drs. Pancoast, Hodge, Melgi and Wilson. _mh'2—eodiiia SOYER’S SULTANA SAUCE. FOK HOT AND (OLD DISHES OF ALL KINDS. This most delicious and appetising 9auce, Invented by the renowned “Sorxa," for the London Reform Club, Is, since Ids de cease, manufactured by the well-known house of Cno.osa k Ui-sckwkll, London, from the original recipe. It Is the favor ite 9auce in England, and on the Conti nent, with a high and growing reputation among American Epicures, and 1* much ap proved of as a stimulant to the appetlts and aid to digestion. OPINION-! OP THE LONDON PRE89. “We recommend our correspondent to try Moss. Sorca’s new Ssuce, entitled the “Sultana Sauce." It U made after the Turkish recipe , its flavor Is excellent, and It affords considerable aid In ca ses of SLOW ASU WKAK WQISTIOS."— Tht Isinett. “SATory, Piquant and Spicy, worthy the genius of Soyer.”— Ob ttrnr. “A most valuable adjunct to Flab, Flesh and Fowl, and should havs a place on every table.”—Athu. Sole Agents for the United StAies. GARDNER 0. YVELIN, *17 Fulton 8L, New York, and BRAY k HAYES, 84 Corrhl 1, Boston. Tor tale by Groove* and Fruit Dealers STerywhsra, JaM—*tawly ( EXTRAORDINARY' SALE or gold pencils IK/77/ GOLD Pi: .VS ATTACH Kb, OR GOLD LOCKETS! A GOLD PENCIL with Gold PhD attached, OR a OLD LOCKET. For *S.OO! INI) A I'It FT! I i n r<> RACK IM RCIIASKR worth from * *3.00 to *3.00. A ATFRTwo Visa*’profitable experience In our present inode A of disposing of our Jewelry, »c., an I from th. universal satis facUon ell en to all who h sve P .trinlse J our house, wettte pleas ure In saving that we now consider our business istai.r and raa wtvewTir established. ..... ... ,. We wish It understood thalthls Is No Lorrtav, but a fs r and le lit mate tale. In w tteh each perst n geta the value of bis or her money In a GOLD PENCIL -tin GOLD PEN arrarttm. on a OOL LOCK ET WorJi I'- ea.-h, which cannot be bought at iny retail •tore for the same price; and In addition to the PQ"‘ i.erwm receive* a Premium of Jewelry, not leas in valuo than LtTlt may be worth #9, 5, 8.]•*, !\ fX wen #-100! so MONEY RISKED! We propose to let a person know what P. < m um he w II receive before sending Ms money. Any Lady or Ueutlemaa desiring one n! thr Mb V. irtklei, can first miii 1 us their siuit* and ad Ir^**. «u ting whether they want the Peocl and Pen, or Locket and we will make their selec lon. and tnfoem hem by return mall 'fhst I re^ mi um they are entl ed to. They can then have the privilege of sending far It If they choose. A . „ Our plan, from long experience In the above UAesa has klven general satisfaction, as each purchaser esn -dFr,r nnui the ate.se art idea f..r ill they cost bin, and r.-tsln f e Preml tm grabs. If lioweser, any person tlmulc feel disposed to sen I ns the.r money In advance, they can rely upon beng ss fairly lealt with as though the; had made previous application Any person sendlngo* f J.'* (or fur gouls wlllrecelv#! VnclUnd Pen and Premium, or l.,c it aud Premium, free Pur full particular*send hr a I'Mcil and Prv or Los irr Among our Premiums are articles sul ubleforl.adles a id Gentle "hFNTLRMKN’F GOLD s*o SI! VER n ATCHFri, G"! f> VEST ASH til 1KD CHAINS, GOLD SLEEVE BlTrONS, GOLD WATCH KEYS, Got p'Fhiiit Bn m» pmln an.l w.th sittings ; Gtu.n Pcsi r MM— new style. Gold Breast pins, California Platnotd Pins. Gold Kings, Ac., Ac. EUR LADIES, We have OGT.D WATCHES. Florentine, Mosaic, Gold Stoie.Cameo, Garnet and Coral B east Pin* and Far Ring*. Gold llr»c;leta,G*d hleeie Buttons, Gold Belt Slides, Gold Rings, Ac , Ac. Also, Pianos, Melodeons, Musical Bolts, Accordions, Ac Ac. tfnexcep;ionable references g vin when required. N B—In sending your names write theFtate, County and Town Dial til. so as to avoid letters being mis carried. Addres, v ANGLE A CO.. 1U2 Canal street, (old No ) mbit W s-w '"rk MINERAL WATE I APPARATUS, OV »he iao.«t approved ktyh* in 1 flotoh. II* would alto rail at , tention i'? All Drogfilti >ml dealer* In S0D4 WA1KR API'A* RATUM, to examine hU n*.w t’rn aud Drilling PJp* 1# l Hyrupln ApparAt.il. Alio, of all kinds, and HaUhed to order, an ktn<is of B«aa* work executed. , t . Ml N. It Particular attention paid to repairing ill k ,*[* '?[n * ne' ral WntFr Apparatus. JOSKPII HlNDhlonrR, • i: Ml!l< ’ * r- ^* (/ATAR ACT WASHING MACHINE. Clothing, Time and Labor Saved ! INDISPENSABLE TO HOUSEKEEPERS. rjTIIF most simple, economical an I durable article e,er offered to A the public to aileviat** the dUc imforta of wash day. DKSCRIFTION. It consists of n metal cylinder, witli ribs on the Inside, and an Interior cylinder of wood, with ribs. There Is aspsce of from 6 to ' Inches between the two cylinder*. On* crank turn; bolhcilm ders at the ssrae time In opposite direction*, rapidly creating a suds, forcing the water through the clothes, and effectually remov Ing the d rt. 1 he action of the water do** the work quickly, dls Peniei entirely with rubbing, snd tl us sai e» the wear of clothes. ,'CLLIVaN A IIVATT, Pr< pnetors, M Ileekman st., New Vorlt. N B.—Ftate and Country Rights for isle, and puirhasers sup plied with Machines st wholesale ot liberal terms. Jgr A Machine Is in operation by a laundress |r allv, at our "alesrooro,439 Broadway. I*1*—dAwlini CPKOFluioR KINO’S EVIL. H ftl ^ . cL.lllnlUina illl.-klP A ftirn T tlofl of thf blood, hy which thl* tlald brcnm-* 1Itiuted weak, and poor Bring nthecIrculatloi.lt pervade* fhe whole body, and may bunt out In dl*ease on any part of It. No organ iafree frem it* attacks, nor is there one which it may not hstroy. The _ icrohil' us taint la variously cause, by mercurl al dlaesse, now living, dlaortlered or unhealthy food, impure air, tilth and filthy habit*, the depreaglng vice*, and, ab< ve ail, by the venereal Infection. Whatever be Ita origin, It la her olitary In the constitution, descending "from partnta to children into the third and fourth generation Indeed, t seems to be tl e rod of Him who says, "1 will visit the Iniquities of the falhen upon their chil dren.” Its effect* commence by deposition from the blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in the lungs liver, and Internal organa. 1* termed tubercles; In the glands, i welling*; and <n the surface, eruptions or sores. Thl* foul eorrup Ion,which genders in the blood, depresses the energies of life, an that scrofulous rcnstltutions not only suffer from scrofulous complaints, but they ha’ e far le»* pow er lo withstand the attack of other iiisease* ; consequently vast r.utnh-r* perish hv dlsonlera which, although not sciotulous In their nature, are still rendered fatal by thl* tslnt in theijat-m. Most of the consumption which decimate' the human farilly has it* ori gln directly In this scrofulous conta mination; and many destruc tive disease* of the liver, kidneys, brain, and, Indeed, of all the organa, arise from or are aggravated by the same Ciuse. One quarter of all our people are scrofulous; their persona art Invaded hv this lurking infection, and their health la undermined by It. To cleanse It ft - *< mn*t r. novate the blood by an alterative medicine, and invigorate It by he althy food and elerclae. Such a medicine we supp y m AYER’S Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla, The most effectual remedy which the medical skill of our time* can devise for this every where prevailit gand fatal in) lady. It is com bined from the must active remedial* that have oeen discovered for the expurgation of this foul disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the system from Its destru-live consequence*, lienee It should be employed for the cure of rot only scroft la, but also those other affections which arise from It, sueh as Bremen and i-stx Uisxa.sas, 8t. Anthony'* Flan, Rom, or Erysipilij, Fimpixs, Ptts TILB*, B; OTCUX*. III.iins and B' tie,Ti'a"as,TrrrxKand 8*tr ItHarx, 8cau> Htati, Riausv.aw, Xiitnurisx, Byihiutu and M xM-t.au, Dtssasui, L>* PSV, I)TSPXPi<ia, IlKtitUTY, and, Indeed, At.L C"JI plvint* aktPiNu raoa Vrriarau on Ian ax Bloou. The popular be lief In “inifjuriti/ of the blood," I* founded In truth, for scrofula Is a degeneration "f the hlood. The particular purpote and virtue of th s Baraaparllla Is to purify ard regenerate this vital fluid, without which sound health is Impossible In contaminated constitu tion*. AVER'S CATHARTIC PILLS, For all the Purposed ol a Family Physic, are 10 compo«ed that disease withit the rang* of their action can rarely withstand or evade them. Their penetrating properties search, and cleanse, aod Invigorate every portion of the human or ganism, correcting its diseased a< ti>n. and restoring its healthy vi talities. As a consequence of theae properties, the invalid who is ho wed down with pain or physical iebility Is astonished to And his health or energy restored by a remedy at once so nmpie and invi ting. Not only do they cure the every flay complaints of every body, hut also many formidable and dan' erout disease's. The agents be low named is pleased to furnish gr*.ti* my Amerian Almanac.con talning certilii .t. » of their cures and direction* fo* their use in the following • »rnp!.i!nts f ’o*tirenta.*, Heartburn, H'iUiacKe arising jrom duendtred St* mutch, Nausea, lndiyedicrx, /‘am in and Morbid Inn ttion oj the BoireU, flatulency, //ha if Appetite, Jaundice, and other kindred complaints, arising run a low state of the body or obstruction of iu fuActions. Ayer's Clierrv Peetoral, FOP. TilK RAPID CXRK OF <’ou*rliM' Cold*. IiifliK'tiza, llonmcr r**, Croup, llron<ltlti*« In* l|»»t nt <'oii»nmption, and for ili«* relief or < onwumptiv* I'uli* ni« In udvan t eil Ntagi n of (Ite dlaea^e. wide is the field of its usefuln* ss anil so num* rous are the ca ses of its cures, that almost every section of coa itry abounds in persons publicly known, who have been r« stored from alarming and even desperate diseases of th«-lungs by its use. When ouce ( tried, its su|M*riorlty over every other medicine ( f Its kind is too apparent to escape observation, a id where ita \lr.ues are known, the public no longer hesitate what antidote to employ for the dis tressing and dangerous affections of the pulmoniry organs that are incident to our climate. While many inferior remedies thrust upon the community h«ve failed and been di»carced,tMs hoe gain ed friends by every trial, conferee I benefits on t ie afflicted they can never forget, and produced ci.res too numer ms and too re markable to be forgotten. PREPARED BV Ml. J. C. AYEK A CO., LOWELL, MAfW. All our remedies arc for sale b) l*ur*HI, J*a*l<1 A i’O Richmond, and by all Druggists and Dealers in Medicine, every) where. oclS—dKar.clawAwCinus.) THE Ci REIT W (I N D R R OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. PROFESSOR WOOD’S II A IK Ill>TOKATIVE. SAYS the St. l,ouis. t Mo.) l)»m jrriit: Below, we publish s letter to Dr Wood, of this city, fr.a a gentleman In Maine, which speaks glowingly of the superior merits of his h» r tonic. Such evi dence must have ils effect, when coming from I. reliable source.— If ccrt.tlca'.es are guarantees of truth, the Dr. needs no encomiums, nur useless puffery from the press: Bath, Maims, Jun. 20, lbK. rro/twr O. J. H 'ood .f Co.: (iKMTUiMss :—Having my attention sailed a Vw months since tc the highly beneficial effects of your hair reston-tlve, I was Induced to make application of It upon my own hair which had becume quite gray, probably one-third white: my whiskers were of same character. Some three months since 1 procured a bottle of your hair restorative, and used it, 1 soon found it was proving what 1 had wished. I Used it about twice a week. I have since procured another bottle, ef which 1 have used some. I can now certify to the world that the gray or whit ; hair has tota ly disappeared, both on my heat and face, and my lair has resumed Its natural color, and I believe more soft and glossy than it las been before for I twenty-five years. I am now s.xty yvara old , ray good wife,atthe ace of fifty-two, has used It wits same effect. The above notice I deem duelo you for your valusblo discovery. I am assured that whoever will rightly use, is per directions, will j u it have occasion to contrsdict my slatem -tits. 1 am a cl'lien cf 1 this city and a resident here for the last ifteen years, sn i »m known to nearly every one h;re and adjoining towns. Any use you may make of the above, with my name attached, is at y. or service, as I wish to preserve the beauties it nature In others si well as myself. I am, truly, ysure, A. 0. RAYMOND. Bauimorh, Jan. 23, 1834 WOOD’S HAIR RESTORATIVE, Professor Wood—Dear Sir: Haring had the misfortune to looec i the beet portion of my hair, from the effects of the yellow fever, is New Orleans fn lstl. 1 was isduced to mak; a trial of your prepa ration, and found it to answer as the very t dng needed. My hair I Is now thick and glossy, and no words can express my obligations | to you lu giving to the afflicted such a treuure. FINLEY JOHNSON. | The undersigned, Rev. J. K. Bragg, Is a mbilsler in regular aland- j log, and pastor of the Orthodox Church at Brookfield, Massachu- ! setts. 11c Is s gentleman of great Influence, and universally be lived. WM. DYER. | Bk'«;i ri;xD, Jan. 12, 1SS8. 1 Professor Wood—Dear Sir: Having made trial of your Hair Re I Iterative, It gives me pleasure to ssy, thst its effects has been ex- I cedent In removing lnfiaui:n.stlon, dandruff, ecd a constant tvnden- I cy to Itching with which 1 have been troubled from toy childhood: and ha* also restored my hair, which was becoming gray, to Its original color. 1 have used no other article with anything like the same pleasure or profit. Yours, truly, J. K. BRAGG. | The Restorative 1* put up In bottlee of Ihree slice, vis: large, ■ medium, and small; the an all holds one-h Uf a pint, and retails j fsr one dollar per bottle; the medium holts at least twenty per | cent more In proportion thin the small, re alls fog two dollars per J bottle; the Urge holds a quart,40 per cent isore In proportion, and retails for $8. 0. J. WOOD A 00., Proprietor*, 444 Breadway, New York, and 114 Market St., St Louis, iio. |-wawd wild it all oo-.D D»noa:nTs aii< Fasct Good* Danna, au'JA—d cAw*"1 fJlHK NEW AND POPl'LAR. BOOKS, (NOT FOR THE DAY ONLY.) Mir Rohan’* GhoM. By a Contributor lo “The Atlantic." This wonderful buok pronounced by crltUs superior lo any similar American book, has pass *d to the Third Edition $1,00. Germaine. By Fimixd A son. This author ranks Jlr*t In Paris, and bis books are read more than i ny other author’* “This charming norel Is by Ur his best book." $1,00. Rectory of .YIon;lu.n;l. Sixth Edition of this elegant work Is ready. Not only a most Intero ting story but the hand somest book of the cost »*vrr Is ued. Thb new edition la still sn Improvement orer others In beauty of binding. $| 00 The Roman q action. By Ki.mimd Aeon. This Is the “Boston Correct Bullion," edited by R*v. R. n. Kirk, and Is correct in every particular, fine Art Rec rout Ion*, richly llluttmled, containing Initroc Horn In Drawing. Grecian Painting, Antique do., Waxwork, Hair do., and lo fact to all of tb« elegant accotoplisbmenU of the day.— A valuable book for teachers and those rho would become teach ers. Third Bditiu* Improved $1,S0. Biography of Mp|f-TuiLji:ht>:vii-ii>«unlvemlly ac knowledged a* one of the best books (or j oath ever published. Me. Above (or sale by *11 Bookseller*, and seat by mall by l$e Pub . tl. *i WM©* I 00MTAHY, Bottao. HAHHY’* THirOPIIKRorsi, r«t article for dressing, be» .ti ling, rinnatog, ,nM, *M'k#,4 grid rralorlng the hair. Lad Ira, try It. Sold by »n perfumer* ,‘,rr*>, —-- •hH-g,"* From tU Chri*tUn A le* 'll nmt J/, rn i c d.vv Tun Ho'tatgirta'a Fataxtk—Frauxio's Pi,ril(l Q onvenleoo* for general family „»e are often of w, ,1 * what are railed “great Invention*" It I* •«.*«, I'V***ll'» United Slate* there *r« *t l»*el lire lulllioat r.f ' '* **• of which the annoyance ofsqueaking, rickety ch»irJ ", *•» etc , I* con*tanUy eaperlen ed, and an long aa furr.;^,',*' i condition, ther* l* alway* danger of a “ amaah 0|. •• ^***••1 ence of the city houack -epee, with May day befoea b.r * 1,*t readily auggret the value and convenience of a realty ..J’"" r* pnpared glue, that can be inatantly brought In »*«;*,, ”m*1 repair* to furniture an<l other household ware* :ll 7* "**" want of auch an article l( a.- constant and universal 4. u , T ■ and hitherto It hat been a want uotuppiled. Tb 1 hr,», * trait laid no longer. Seat niso’a Pnataaao (He* I, k. I that hna b»en detlred In Ihii direction. It I* kept K v' ** ** mlrala, retain* It* strength vnd tenacity, In coureoien’ *. V *** “ up loth* sticking point,” I* put up In a bottle with * ao'd at twenty tiro cent*. No housekeeper In elty or "* ,,M w dl afford to be without a bottle of Hrauusu** ( **** It I* just the thing for the library and oU. where k ’ ‘~ atantly In need of repair. mhU- ^ Persona long afflicted * ,<> hare vainly tri-d many e, eradicate a dlae.tr», are but to., apt to give way to ^ 1 and relinquish all hope of .-are. Even when * remedy o , curaeil lliounanda In pi ice i within their reach, they eae]^ ^ * of no me, nothing will I are me. Tb'a la I dly, a » nr,, , of health, the geeateat of temporal hletrinrt a*. *,,., j ’ peculiarly obtain among aufferert from acrnluU, c 1 eruptive diseases, arlaing chlelly from the dbflguriog 40g , *" puUlve features of tbcac rualadlc*. I.et the* who are that - ol arouae from their leth irgy and rn art to Pa»i,'» y, they will then ejprricncr In th-lr own peraou* tbe h»*H®« n**' cnco and relovigoratlng prupertie* of thi* uofklllog retard, dAwlw pr“N'ollcr t» Physician* amt th.- |>()blir. , COCK’S I'oROL'S PLArTERS. e0»AlIMONlAL.- T aLU„ k CO., No. «»l Canal St.. New Fork, 2Hth Not. IV19 -Grntb*)^ I lately suffered aeverely from a weakm aa In my back. by audJenly over-eiertl tg myarlf. Having heard y. nr p,u. much recommended for • aaea of this klud, I prvcurrd one ' reault waa all that 1 coul I dealre. A tingle Plaster r0r,.) r. week. Youra reaped full) , 1 0 hkioog Proprie' vr of the Rrandrrth Route, New f0., > There I* nothing equal In the way of a Plaster, to tbe y Plotter of Mr. ALLOOCK Everything la pleasant 4b„.it p They are tbe Platter of the day, and a fit type of cur pr**,;. ,7 vancement In science at-i art. In Asthma, Cough, K it,*, 4,, tlon*, and local deep ae ited paint, they afford perwaaent r,ip. and for weak back*, pal tain the aide, atlchea, nnd tpaam.e,^ generally, they are uu tirp**»-d for the benefit* they la^ Phyildana ehould ezan me tbit article, wh'eti la universalis , proved where known. Price 2.’ cent* each. Principal 0# , Canal Street, New For*. Sold by all respectable dealers i4 4 . cine*. rtihl - dfietr, lsou SPRING. WATIinhA I H Itl CV Drown Stone 13ui Idin-r, ISO .'Main 81 r p a; 11 Are prepared to offer to WHOLES ALE AND RETAIL Bt fry from all Sections of the Country, a large and attractive . Front’h and Hritisli IIKY VOODS Conalitlng In part nf I'ltTP Silk* null Milk Robot, FRENCH AND RNOI.I9H DRESS GOODS, SHAWLS, i, pwl rariety. Noveltle* In S 1. and Lace Mantilla*, Linen* aait g, Goods, Traveling Carm- nl* and Dusters, HOLSKKKEPING (.GODS, i REAL LACES, I’arla Embroider lex, IMisiKalion LooA*, HOSIERY, Ac,. The abort, with other artlcln not enumerated, cuaprldcg ft, Lnrigt'al, ntoxt Tiirled an«l d> alruble Morkrvtr Itl’ore oiler, d, fe't WATMN8 A ncnI BKVAN’S TASTELESS VBK.MIEI liE."" Tasteb-u ax the honeyed dew, Px’.nle.* In It* action too ; llarni<if x« the rose's breath, Hut to worm* immediate death— Bar a* - Vsxmm.x of course Is the mother's grand reiou-e-. Boldin bottles. " Price 33 cent*. Kt.-aax a Wi.r,* ,r, o. Agent*._ ____________ wal Dr. Tied I n foe k’x Perioral Sy rn|», - .So nac ■ • . ^ higher In the meob al |irofeasioi, than that of br Jas Met , and this great Vegetal,!,' remedy for consumption, roujh, te'a . hills, hoarsrtJ. M and all diseases that affect respiration. Is tt«rs suit of twentv years of i ractb-al experiment and obserrti • Price 11. Hoklby Ftsvut* Vitatos, Agewt*. Dr. .tlcrilnlock'x Cold mid <'oii"h kllktur, the aatabllabed and *ta t.. r.i remedy for cough, cold, latlasau, hoarseness, and all inflations of tlie mucous membrane *r t , throat, palate and nose, is emi rsed liy physicians, »i„l all •!. have used It. xs a preparation that h>s no rltal in the field Pr , docents, hold by fi.-uau A Tuma. maft-AJu Iliilf, Oil aiifl LettherStore# D. KIRKPATRICK A SO\'f», No. *1, «. Third Mr~t, m»m Market and Chestnut Slr. ets. Philadelphia,havefors.le DtT AMI 4ALTED SPANISH III DU, Dry and Green Salted Patox Klp*,Tu nent' Oil, Tanners’ and Curriers’ Tools at the lawc«t prices, u4 upon the best terms. J3|f All kinds of Leather In the rough wanted, lor wtldnhe Id ghee* market price will be given in cash, or tak--n la uditp for Hide*. Leather itored free of charge and told co coeusissioa, fe21 —d8m RICHMOND. Han . WK are manufacturing BOOTS and HIIOES more riteuiirfy than heretofore. Our friends, customers ai.J thr pjidl. erally, may rrly upon getting the best In our I nr In the war cl Bouts an,I.Alices, as wc Import our own mat-rials, ami hare t e in our employment the licet workmen that this country can pre luce. We also k.rp on hand a large aas rtnient of fkMb, *1 »w. Trunks, Carpet Bags and Valises of aP i|ual:tiet and at allprca, all of which will be sold low. e ther wholesale or retail A LEV HILL A CO, No 1ST Main st, Richmond, Va P. N.—Boot* tftid ?hoe» made to order for La llr»,ii*ii'le»rt, Bovs and M ses as heretofore, and all orders will be promptly si tended to try ir.iii Atll U » SPECIAL NOTICE. *»■ ft .‘s* will buy one of (rrahtm't HUlfifidkll marking clothing with IlDauuaut 1st. Call and esamlne speci mens, or If you live in the country, send for a sample, eoeiosiai I stamp, Alro, every variety of Hr> nds made to order. j A. E. GRAHAM. Rrand Cutter, f-°l- tf Co- 1 •' an : Ciry ata.,under Tohaci Exchange NOTIC E. I 11 * n ny hive dec ared a semi-annual dividend of 2)* |.er cent o [he capital ptock of the Company. payable at theoffue of I'ompanp. t.. the stockholders on slid after the ItVi. Inst, mh'j-ilii ic j OARRKTT, Tmisr* u okiis of cai Tiow.-if** were to tell our reader! that the w<lU and »j • ' r» iiroa#fiwttt »he country hi i been poisoned, arid that we hid »*j revered an antidote to its • ffects, not one of them that w>ul<l art rladly avail themaelvea of our discovery, with the hope of leath. If we were to tdl them that we had discovered * tnlfc* ■ reasure, enough for them and ui, aod that we were prepared w ihare with them, not one would refuse our aid to fo tune, fcet u teallh is more valuable than riches,how much more gr-d^ri a‘ • oM hey be to learn that a great panacea haa been coEpouti-lrl of rnrely vegetable matter, and that its curative powers ar- ttttl'-lews :ert«ln than light and darkness Need we give you insun-fi* If >0, call on the proprietor or BAKKR’M BlTTkll) and r-xauire tk« nyrlada of certificates, frci all sections of the i*outh, of p* ME rho have been cured of by Ita all-healing properties Among them you will see ti e vouchers of old and young male ao*i female, extolling this Bitt»b» to the skits, and Me»aing I’r \H»c> for Its curative powers Bhl Ita virtues are not confined U> Uys ;>epsia. Nervous lleadaci e» yield readily to l»s powers. T 'f I Livers become quicked ai I m ule active by ita Influence*. N*r itomacha are made healthy by Its neutralising ♦•fin ta IndifUic* lisappean when It enter* .he organa of life. Ddarrh«ea * aor.ct re ds) Ita tonic powers. An«r Cholera lUelf, when met by thaw Itr rxiia. 1% promptly disarmed and become* harmless, s* thowan-lsaf [jersona have certified, wjw> used it in 1*49 tad *M, why ^jj tcourge was devaatatlng the country. BAKKR’fi BIITFR^ not remedy all the Ula of fiumanity, but such dise^at# as arr •as td by the stomach and bnweU, readily yield to Its strengthen* •ffecta, and are speedily driven from thn systerD. All w^ teedl ionic should try it. and become their own judges "fits vMu«* To be had of Messrs. ADI* A GRAY. KLSIIKR A WlNt»T' N, rUKLKLL, UDV A CO. In this city, and hy all pron'Beuc urn, lieu In Virginia ; alto, b. C. 8TOOTT, Washington (My, D. C a H STABLER, A CO., UJUmore; B. A FAHNESTOCK A 00. Philadelphia, Hn<l of RARSES A PARK, New York. Orders filled by addret-.tag E, BARKS, Proprietor, fell)— dAc llckssond. *' cow for H\r,E. WK hare an excellent cost for‘Ble.freeh to the psH iF "*f be seen at pCULEYACOi. mhlS—iU_ U Mai»X _ HU\t\ I'O/r.N CIIAMPAOS EBOTII.tr- V.MS ; tUUil DUDLEY A CO. mh'.S Tf M»la >ire*t__ MiCHIHUl OIL.—K VMs, for sale by _ ahix—6t I a ■) it n w psp.'RT UA V A N A CTO A UN,—J would called the attentloosf public to my large and well selected stock of Haras* 1 w*"j • osily imported by injjclf, and comprising the fir.t "• irand., sii 'h as flal’anae, Pigara, Partagas, I’slmittn. Put'■ , yanola, Dumas, etc., etc. 0 ml 'J No. * f», hsn«r»KB«l_ 1)'/' IIAON (HOICK NEW CHOP LAfcl *»• U)U BA COFFEE for sale by rohl_fUCOS A IIAPKFP.UU IVr K NT Kit IN HI ("IT PI ED WHISKY. d T best quality, for s»le by ....va JT inn BOXEN PUPIL OLIVE OIL J 1. * for sale by ROBl.NlrO' » K'.diVk fe. mh9 Cor. Cary A nones, ,-p* IldK copartnership ! erttofore exV«uu in it»# n*nar oi • 0. W. VOUXO D H Is day dlsaolv el by iuutu.1 ’p persons Indebted to tic couc.it. wild m»i« payment J® Young, and all having claims uiM prrscut them to bbu '■ ■tent 4'orwn _March *th, 1<-t)p. W. D * 0 W. lOCF^. HENNENNCE, otahd, DI PI V CJsffl CAST1LON A Oil., and several other bran*.«’»«/! Bran-1/, on draft, and for ?ile l>r J. B. RUB1* ’J* j mh7 n<ixt to cor ___* SHI’CKN WA NTEU.-The snbiettber wbtnto F“:c*£ any quantity of SHUCKS- He prufers thc5J STctse®’! !tj For Shucks put up In good condition, .it bv.red at Us p. ilreet, Richmond, he will pay 70 ceuU per llal lbs. ^ ^ pyad* MITrHKLL’S SI PEHIOK llYDKHl,f CANDLES- for .sis by „.,-r«P0tT mhl<_ I. A <i. H. - Artificial teeth. , THE t USD TLA STIC I'ROCKsS. 0. W. JONKJ, Dimist, having purc hased thcHjj TlT LT right for the above m-de of making Tee-th, and be- y X„ ing entirely satisfied cl Its absolute superiority ossr•»'• M ,y or platlna method, he au wtlli confidence commend“ v u may desire full or pari al sets of Teeth—anil especially xttt0, may tie dissatisfied will those ttiey are now u*ix.g. Ij u' re al! of the objections tolthe gold plate are remove J—o-C* v,, Ji 3 perfect, secures c.lafort and stability to the fit-* _,,,« ng embedded In thq metal, the food Is excluded ft® 1, between them, and they are therefore af/vnt/er, cleuae , and In every respect l etter. . m Ike In consequence of dis perfect a lsplstb n of M o** mouth and the sactlor thereby secure.I, he can Insert ^gsst leeth without clasps— and In all case* guarantee a p*> lifactory fit, or no cherge. , .... — stash This method having >een adopted and commendeo »y „m be Ing tdghestln the profession, North and South, tcittm® ,rttb*» ^108 and specimens exhibited to any who may desire y^rstl toso wishing to exchange the old method tor the “ • plate will be taken In part pay. Office opposite C®,ln““^j„ly Office hours from !• to 8)f, from 3X to i. _ ——— SFK..NU STYLE OK HATS AYD CU* At 87 XlnlD Street. Clf* *| T AM In receipt of 'he hprlng Fashion, of • 1 of all qualities, to which I reupcctfully y.iOMPSOS of the pnbilc._peKS]_J0llSJUU-(, ^ RUM.-Beet brandsgenulue MolasaAS ^ ^ bbla, put up fl s dtgrtea above 'D5vgRWiT., bacco For salt by mald-(t .*• A o. b. jrannjA c,