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R I C H M ON iV W IIIg7
PRIO.1V MMlilllUi, APRIL 6, I860.
TO CORREVPONDRVT*.
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4. -Mitt wrUtn on Mt alias </ tts/vipw wU «u>< btfubtU.
4 "a»j rui* o/ Imtf tLtrJiutf, outfit U bt known to all,
*iU tn no oattb* dtpartUfrom. Obituary nodctt ttctmi
Ittf tttfU Unit art cJ^trtfnijbr *« aOrrrtuwnonU.
~T WtOMnot umtortat* to ntum rtfaeM
*• Park* J I»c legation*.”
Tho editor of ilia Volin Ot nocrat, Mr. 3. T Walker,
who was a member ot the late Legislature, writes to fis
paper of last week from Richmond, and thus exposes the
“fraud and trickery" by which the Hunter men succeeded
in kii mg off Wue, and sending "packed delegations” to
Ch irleston. He says :
“TV action of the districts in our State has created sur
prijr in me minds of alino-t every one. But, if the peo
ple sere made aware of the traud and trickery prac
ti - J, they would timber be astonished or aman-i.—
E/erv element in the State i- combined agaiust Governor
Wise, and everv means resorted to for the purpose ot
encompassing his defeat. The tactics and chicanery ot
the Albany Regency Dave been transferred to Virginia,
and the voice and wishes of the people silenced and
crushed. In a number of the couuties wherever oppor
tune v afforded, the warm personal friends of Gov. Wise
hav-- been excluded from the delegations, and subjected
to other invidious discriminations. By packed delega
tions, and by mi-representing the trnoim and trpr****d
wiii of the people, hive the friends of Se’ a'or Hunter
triumphed iu Virginia. Bu- the victory will he a birreu
039—it will turn to a-lies on their lips Henry A. Wise
s ill has a place in the hearts ot the people of Virginia,
aid is more honored now than his coni’,etitor wirh his
pick d delegation to Charleston at bis hecLs. Whenever
toe masses can speak, the question as to who is the choice
of the Democracy of this Sute will not be long iu doubt
And that time will come ,-oooer or later "
We have uo doubt, ourselves, of there haring boeu a
go h1 deal of "fraui an J trickery" practised in the recent
distri, t Conventions, and that thereby “packed delega
tions” h ire been elected to Charleston. In a word, the
friends of Wise hare been very badly used by the Hun
ter men. aad th ■ former should nse in the might of their
wrath, and set themselves and their favorite right before
the countrv. We maintain that it is in the highest de
fraud and trickery" on tho part of another set of men.
No mere dev>tioa to party—to its uniou and harmony—
should con train any man on earth to patiently and qui
etly acquiesce in the perpetration of a grievous wrong —
iWisara *f id rtKcl.VW f ha* IS* ft»!*** th At “ffilltl All 1 t Hi’!i f»f V “
bvve be u p - .c i-ed. it is the solemn duty of the victims
of such "(riud and trickery,” instead of only whining
and complaining, to refuse submission to the action of
tbe "picked” Conventions and commi'tees, aud take an
appeal <il vc ly to the people, the source of all power
an 1 the final arbiters of all mooted questions.
Why, then, do not t ie Wise men apply to the Demo
cratic rna-ses to stiy the consequences of the “fraud and
trickery” alleged to have been perpetrated by the Hun
ter men * 1- it 'bjir d tty, or any man’s duty, to submit
to "fraud and trickery ,j” Does party discipline require
of them such buimiu'lo:, “ I! not. we admonish them,
instead o: whining sad complaining like grieved children,
to act like men aud counteract the effects ot the alleged
‘‘fraud aad trickery" by appeiling at once to the people.
A Suiiouai currency.
The Committee on Commerce of the Federal House of
R -pre-eataiives has had referred to i: an important bill,
• iirjdac 'i by Mr. Ktberidge of Tennessee, the object of
kt -h is to establish and regulate a paper circulation of
uniform value throughout the United States. It provide*
Li. the United Slates -ub-tres* .-tr-Ov treasurers of th
c u. and i-s brunobes shall receive deposits of go'd or
s Iver, bullion or g.ud, an 1 giv» the depositors certificates
■ .refor, in urns of from twcuty to one thousand dollars.
Tii- sa certificates are to resemble bank-notes, to be sigrs
t, bv thoSecret >ry of the Treasury, er some one sppoir.t
e I f r that p-.rj - in h: • • itue,. J countersigned by the
Oif: re eiv r.g 'he dcp-.U fur w uch tuev are to bo
ex "linged. These certifi it*® are to be transferable bv
a. very, and to be received iu payment of all due- to the 1
ltm«d Sia'es. ar.i ro-i*>ui l in liquiditioa of Uovern
rnc it debts if tho creditor is w i.i Ti c Secretary of ;
'h» Tiea- iry may authorize such collectors of revenue a->
he mav designate to receive depo.its ot silver and gold and ,
is.i.o ihoe -i tidootoe.th- Secretary dete; mmiug the place
cl - ot- ut of these collectors’ certificates, but all others
are to ho made payable at the place of issuance. Then
a“o otucr d -tails guards, aud checks iu the bill, b’.it '.he*o
^ra the general features. 1' applies a currency of uc
KpMc.tl>k security for til! the purposes of escharge,
a- does awiy with .ill of'j 'C’.ion* .o a government batik.
Is. ice t ic Lombard Jew,, some tbousai d and fifty years
age. first erected their *aw«j in the market places for
the ex. haage of money, there has never been a more
sn.uuie p an of exchange suirges'vd than this which owes
iu ps crniiy to the gentleman lrorn Tennessee. It will
,ec u > .if it be. oiuesa law, equ ilir ail our exchanges
from Maitii* to Oreg a, and save the lioveruoient, under
• eopcr .tii s o' the tsub Treaaury law, a great amount
o'' ci wnae m trausporti-ig gold and -ilvrr to different lo
calities. It mak< s tbe 1\ dcra. Treasury, iu eff ct, a bank
o' cp -1 as we.l as a bank of Lvue, and it seems to us
that such guard* can be thrown arouid tho system to
p. .-leiit counterfeiting, mafic izlement, and false issues of
Ccrt hcates as will render its workings practicallv useful
I will not. of cour-e—nor is that the intent of the bill—
for a a general cix-uluting me hum. but it will, in the
cvmmer.iai economy of our country, constitute its ex
chs <e, bv which ail debts will be liquidated without the
1 terrention of money, and it will do awvv with all the
Virion Audrirt^U rcvpoiKibtlilie* of driver, remitter,ac*
t ard MdiKMr, thu* simplifying the business oj*- !
n ions of the country and giving it what is greatly need I
#1—a regulator of exchange.
'file Proposed Telegraph to the Partflc.
T ie UU now before Congress lor the establis incut of
a line of telegraph from M ssouri to California, and pay- |
tug to the comptnv who shall construct it the sum of
$5’>.000 per annum, seems to be nothing more nor las*
ti.aa a scheme to hit the pockets of a few speculator- a.
the expense of the L nited States Government. It is wed
known that the Telegraphic Convention, lately in session
nt Washington, own or control every telegraph line In
the CiateJ^>fate*s^aud not content with the enormous
dividends, both in stock and cash, which they now re
ceive, and of which the public are never advertised, thev
• e* this large bonua from the Government, apparently
tor a work d> pendent ou it, but which we believe to be a
fixed determination, whether the Government aids them
financially or not. It is palpably clear to any inquiring
mini that a telegraph line to California will reimburse I
the constructors handsomely on the outlay—without anv
aid from the Government whatever, except the “rigut of |
wir" and the protection of the 1'uiicJ S itcs troops.—
It fallows, therefore, that tne fifty too naan 1 dollars, per
auuua, is so rnu.h surplus to be divided among the
spoilsmen, Independent ot this, there is a provision iu
tie b-.l requiring the United States Government to pa?
the Mine rates as private individuals, if the amount
0. 1arged iu auy one year is more than fifty thousand dol
lar*. If our Senators iu Congress will introduce a reso
t;oa calling on t:.e Secretary of the Treasury and other
departments for a uetailed statement of amouuts paid by
tne Government .for telegraphic dispatches for the pa.-t
four or five years—we opine they will be much astonished j
at the charge-, without a lane to California—and it is but
reasonable to suppose, wham the line it established to
Calitorcjt, they will , .icily go beyond fifty thou-ai dper
▼ear. Betide* the amount, which must necessarily be
div-ded betveea two or liiree.ditferent line*, before the
dispatch reaches the eastern terminus of the California
1. „e, let the Government grant the company small sec
non* of land, the right of way, for any company or com
pintoa. ao tloai a healthful competition may be carried ou,
»ud the protection of the Caked Slates troops, and, our
* rd lor it, the Telegraph Convention will be amply sat*
n-ied This telegraph system is fa 4 becoming a uiooop- j
*'/• and it m well to interpose checks to prevent it from
getting too ggantic in iu power.
Metro Huralat va. rklM Killing. v
Again»t the slave burtdjg nrinn of tne Tribune
*g* net the Boutb, the N. T. Uerald rejoins byj saying
that—
‘•There ie no crime more tu-inooa, nor more common
ia this city, titan in (anti ide. We read that in this city
la one day the bodice ot no less than live abandoned iu
•du j were found in the street*. While such evidence of
eootol evils at the North are prevented before our eyea
over* d«y, doe it not seem a little like cant to dwell up.
ou ’«• motes in the eye* of our Sou*he-ti brethren •"
Then would be q n e a< n ueb j - ice, air* he New
y ai Xspreen, in ih |i ( Nj* Yorkers with b.v g .
community of chlld-kilton, u there to In charging the
South with burning slaveo. And yet thfa last act U wtat
Mr. Van Wyck did in the lloiuw of Representatives and
what the Tribuno has endorsed.
Charleston Compliments
The Democrats of Charleston havq a refreshing way
of exhibiting their distinguished regard for their brother
Democrat* of other regions. For instance, .one ot the
Charleston paper* (all the Chirleston papers are Demo
cratic) sneaks of the coming Convention as a “horde of
camp-followers and office-seeker*;” and another even
goes so far as to advise the citiiem of the city to "ligh%
ihtlanJ c-irffu'.lv gnitrdtheir private doors, during the
Convention, and to “bestow more teatcMng than hatpi
talltg on the camp-follower* who.shall come to swarm at
the assembling of the Convention."
Here are compliments for you 1 The elegant Charles
tomans are willing enough to accept the sturdy party
-•rvLvs of the Democratic barbarians of the North and
Northwest, but will uot allow the unwashed “horde” to
strike hand nor break bread with them, uor even to
touch the hem of tiirir garments, when they go to the
convention; nay, they w.ll “watffi” then. “shut their
doors” against them, and “carefully guard their proper
ty, during th.'sitting of the National Dsmooratio Con
vention, as though that body were a “swarm of pick
pockets. pdfervr*, and blacklegs, more d-serving of cells
in the Penitentiary than offices in the Government. And
v>“we are all Democrats," only the Charlestonians are
a little more “stuck up” than other folks.
llow do the corn-fed Democrats of Illinois and other
North Western States like the idea of being “watched
during their stay in Charleston ?
Outraged Insoeeicfc
The following to an extract from Pre*ident Buchanan s
iudignaut protest against tho resolutions of inquiry into
ni- Eiecuiive career, recently adopted by the House O'
Representatives;
“I can declare before God and my country that no
human being ^with an exception scarcely worthy of no
tice) has at any period of my life dared to approach me
with a corrupt or dishonorable proposition; aud, until
recent development*, it bad never entered into my im
agination that any person, even in the storm ot exasper
ated political excitement, would charge me, in the most
remote degree, with having made such a proposition to
any human being."
Geo. Jack sou, notwithstanding, did make that very
“charge.” Old Buck's nnmory must be failing him, if
lie ha* so soon forgotten a fact proclaimed from every
stump in the canvass that made him President. 0:
course we refer to the proposition that Gen J understood
Mr. Buchanan to prescut on the part of Mr. Clay and bro
friends, and which he denounced so vehemently.
At'VxRTtstxo.—Abetter appreciation exist* at the pres
ent time than h i- bitberio eiistcd amoug the merchiuts
of this city of the benefits to be derived from a judicious
evstera of advertising; and we believe this appreciation
will grow still stronger as the subject of advertising is
more inquired into and becomes more perfectly under
stood. That it is an aid to business, in a large majority
of its branches, is a fact which can easily be demonstra
ted. People look to the newspapers of the day a3 much |
for information as to wbat is going on in the business j
worlJ, a* they do to know what is transpiring in politics
and - >.ial life. No sagacious merchant undertakes to con
duct bis affair* without a studious perusal of all articles ]
Tnai cuiue Ui."' unvu * upv/JJ UU, uuui,i vt
commerce in which he is interested, aad so no prudent
dealer will make purchases without having first consulted
the advertising columns of the newspapers. Established
houses may think they can rely upon their reputation,
but this is a delusion from which many have been aroused
hv finding themselves outstripped and overshadowed by
firms more energetic and liberal. There is no better in
dex to a man’s character as a merchant, than the papers
of his eitv afford—nor is there auy staudard by which the
public more generally form their estimate of a merchants
enterprise and pnblie-spiritedness. Old business firms
wad II to b ar this in mind. No pre.-ent pro-; cr
tv should induce th*m to forget, that it Ls as nece-s.ry
to employ all legitimate agencies to preserve, as it is to
acquire, tride. They must no: only get before the public,
but they must ke*p before th• public—and the latter, in
the competition ot tneae fail limes, is scarcely easier ihau
ihe former.
Truthful liliruU-.r.
X>-pe sometimes makes the man who resorts to
print fll the tr -th, wire'her h - will or no. Thu-, a wri
t r in th.- I.vnchburg Uepublf im is made to speak of hi
putv friends as “th 'teo'ing l> mocra.v.” He pro a
i'. v wrote ithit th. type had too much con
•• - i.: Jo jj re .
eriptivo.
111K VACANT JUDOL-SH1P.
To the Editor of the Whig :
.lu Ige John H Clo; ton, the Virgi-i» gentlemau and
ms:, is no more. 11- is gathered to his lathers full Ot
\< .rs wad prole -s.onal honors. A clearer head ami a bet
o r heart have uot often been giveu to man. Peace to his
es .. d honour to his name. The quest,on uow for our
eo isid-ratioa L* who b- h IS successor iu otiicc—who
sli.di be eoaated worthy ro sur tl.e hunota th.t' Ju,!g<
the ’ «u La - laid off Tois is a weighty question,
onr t tat mat bo c«*:.sid red and an
swered—tor there is no office m the gift of the people
more important to the wed-being of society than this, and
it ia the duty oi every citizen tu looa around and try, it
he cau.to di cover th; proper man. It L his duty and his
privil ge to do r-; .md let no man shrink trom the respou
, illv, who looks to the weii being of society. For a
.) . ige. wrio— - ■-s u is to administer equal and exact
.-.ie< to -ll luaH of neees ity be a rciiui sable man—
I. markable ter his Ic.rrihug, his [ «• spicuity of intellect—
. i-. q .cklie-s of p reap-ton—his leg l knowledge and
vote ah lor bis parity ot character and integrity ot pur
pose. Ho should be a man to command aim uot obey—
to lead and in" to follow—a man whose iron uervo wil
enable auu to do ligh. under every trial; for such a mau
is on v worihy to be a judge and dispenser of j i.-liec be
tween hi- fellow men NVh-re shall we had such au one?
ai:d wh.f -hall bo Lis name? 1 uiu uot tookn g for por
f.elioti here o.'eaith. I believe the por t read human
nature trulv «he3 he exciaiaied, "u man's a mm tor u’
that " Nevertheless there Ls a marked difference between
men iu this world, aad twee the necessity for caution
an 1 con-ultation before wc fill the office, lu looi.ing over,
so far as 1 am acquainted with the district, 1 can hud no
man who in my ju-igmeui posses*.** more ot these quale
u.-a_who has more of the elements of success wuimi
hail, than L J Borden, of Willianizburq, and the ques
tiou with me is not, is lu qua! fed lor the office, but will
he aecipt it.' Will he lay aside his great and valuable
practice lor the honor ot office and the good of society ?
T -is question he alone can answer; and as one of tin
voters ot the district, I appeal to him to sav whether he
hear from him directly through the public press, so thai
bis friends may kuow what bis mind is on this momen
tous question. 1 do not, in presenting the name of Mr.
Bowden, bar the door against other gentlemen of the
district; tor 1 r joice to think that there are others within
•uis judicial circuit that are eminentlr worthy to till tins
v.icm cv—and 1 call upon their individual friends to pre
sent their claims torthwitb, in order that" the people may
.e enabled to select from amougst their number, a name
worthy ’o be successor in odice to the lamented Judge
J. B. Clopton.
April 2d, i36d, Warwick.
SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
a r uti).
Since the death of Judge Clopton, I have been ap*
proached privately by many persons with the expression
of their wishes that I would consent to become a candi
date tor the vacancy now existing iu the abo\ e Circuit —
And mv attention has beeu cull J to a communication
to the same affect over the siguatute of "Many Voters,”
which appeared in the Richmond Whig on the 4th inst !
In response to the latter, it is proper that I should an
nounce publicly, as I have already done privately, to
many friends, my desire not to be a candidate for the
otlice iu qu- *tion. Apart from the pecuniary loss to 1
which I would be subjected by accepting it—a loss which,
1 hope 1 may be excused tor saying, would be a very great
one, and to which I cannot be wholly indifferent; there
are other considerations of a privare character, contrail
ii g in thetr nature, which constrain me respectfully to
declii e having my name presented to the voters of the
Circuit at the ensuing judicial electiou.
1 cannot, iu justice to my own feelings, dose this com
mUMcation without returning my grateful acknowledg
incuts to the very many friends who desire to confer on
me the honorable position in question, and to assure
tt cm of mv regret at not being able to yield to their
w;she- :0 kindly and ti utermgly oxuressed.
VtrT reepectfuilv,
J. B-JTOl'NG.
CASSIUS M. CLAY AND THE PEOPLE OK MADISON,
KENTl't KY.
Loctsvtui, April 3. lsj'J.—Uou. Cactus M. Clay pub
lishes to-day an appeal to the ueople of Madison county
agtiust the Revolutionary Committee ot that county, from
w on he escaped denunciation bv a small majority last
Ta. sdav, and who were to consider his case again yester
dty He said he advised Han-on aud his associates to
l--.iv s that he has discountenanced the radicals, but that
if the republicans are attacked, they will defend the u
s-lves. His appeal embraces a letter aigued by Frauk
Id vnd and Geort,- Holier, iu which they sav the trouble*
did not originate about Hxtn>ou, but because George
We-t, who was *ick of cor.sumptioo, was maltreated and
his daughter iu*u!t d with gross language. Mr. Clay
concludes as follows:—“ You may be strong enough to
overpower me, but you cannot drive ine from the duty
I owe to my self, to my friends aud to m v country. If I
fill, 1 shall uot tall iu vatu; and il will be enough for all
long cherished associations, it perchance toy blood shall
atone for tbe wrongs of my race, and these States shall
at Inst be free.”
Private advices intimate apprehensions of further trou
ble.
ALBEMARLE DISTRICT—TWO MOKE HUNTER
, DELEGATES.
Ohvuxottxstiui. Aunt 4th.—Tbe Convention aaafm
Lie t 'le.e y - .erviiv. Mt-ssrs. Ktrlv aud Ooghill, both ot
w hom ge ilnat r m*u, were elected tut ceiegatee from
tha Albuuariv Dia'.ikt to the Charleston Convtotion.
COMMODORE MARIN’S PROTEST.
The New Orleans papers of Saturday last, contain
Com. Mariu'a protest against the capture of his vessels.
The following are the essential portions of it:
The undersigned, according to instructions from his
Government, was bound to, and ou the 6th ot March,
arrived at the port of Anton Lixardo, which is a port ol
the Republic ot Mexico, and there anchored his steamers.
Ou the night of the same day, at the hour of half-past
eleven, he was approached by three vessels, two steamers
and a three-masted ship, to wit: the steamer ave,
whom the undersigned knew to be iu the service of Dou
Benito Juarez, the President of Vera Cruz, the steamer
Iudianola, a merchant vessel known also as being in the
interest and at the service of said Don Benito Juarez,
and what turned out afterwards to be the Saratoga, a war
vessel ol the United States.
The undersigned, believing the said steamers Wave
and ladi tnola to be iu tbe service and under the orders
of the Vera Cruz Government, aud supposing that they
were towing up armed launches of Saul Government, to
attack huu, ordered the anchors to be laised, aud press
ed tue tires at the engine. At this very motneut, and at
a short interval from each other, he received two ball
shots from the approaching vessels, which were immedi
ately returned by the Mirawou. Presently the mists of
the ship became more apparent, aud the undersigned,
taking his spy-glass, soon discovered that the alortsaid
s.eauicts were not towiog armed lauu.besot the Govern
ment ol Veia Cruz, as he had supposed, but a frigate,
wntch, it struck him, might bo ot tue Uuited Stales,
tuough she had no liag at her mast any more than the
Wave aud the Iudianola ; aud at once ho ordered Lis
men to ceieo tiring, as Lis Government, not buiug at war
with the United State*, Lad instructed hiui sedulously to
avoid ali complications with that nation. But the fire
from the attacking vessels was resumed with increased
vigor, both with cauuon aud musketry. The steamers
Miraiuou and Maiquis de la Habaua were boarded and
captured, and the undersigned,with his officers aud crew,
reduced to rigorous captivity.
The uudersigued would state in addition, that among
the persons promiueut ou board ot the attacking vessels,
aud clea.ly engaged in the expidi iou,were Seuur Goicou
ria. Col. Jose uropeza aud the well kuown Senor LaLlave
oue of the generals of Dou Benito Juarez.
For all wuicu, and in view of the claim for redresss
.vud satisfaction which his goverumout may have to urge,
ou account of the outrage committed by Cupt. Turner,
of tbe Saratoga, without the Icilst color Ol right,pretence
or excuse, upon vessels aud men belonging to tue Mexi
can Republic, in the waters of Mexico, and within cannon
suot troni the coast, the uudersigued hereby pubhely, and
in the most solemn manner, protests.
FROM WASHINGTON.
Wasihsotox, April *J.—l'he case of the United States
against Bolton, ail spjicul from the Northern District
Court of Ualilurnia, tuvolviug the title to three square
leagues of San Francisco lauds, was taken up in the Su
preme Court of the United States, to-day, William B.
Reed making the opening argument for the United States.
The court, iu view' of the magnitude of the case, granted
the request of Mr. Boltou’s counsel that three hours be
allowed to each tor aiguincnt.
Colonel Brown writes to tbe War Department from
Brownsville that reports the most false nud exaggerated
are put in circulation by persons interested in fermenting
trouble on the Rio Grande borders, immediately before
th > leaving of the New Orleans steamers, for the evident
purpose of exercising an intlueuce on public opinion iu
ihe Uuited States. Hence such reports should bo receiv
ed with the greatest caution. He a Ids that Cortinas’
movement was a mere raid, and the accounts have been
largely magnified.
The .State Department has written a letter to our con
mi!, Mr. Helm, at Havati i, commendatory of his partial
-.access iu behalf of Mr I.iuuo, a native Spaniard, but nat
uralized citizen of the United States, who was summoned
on military duty bv the Spanish authorities, Iu addition
tj other friendly offices, the Caplaiu-Geueral will submit
the question to his government with the recommenda
tion that Mr. Liano be exempted from military duty.—
The Secretary of State has suit to Mr. Ilelm, lor the in
formation ol the Captaiu-Geueral, a copy of the instruc
tions to our minister to Berlin, Mr. Wright, on the sub
ject of interference with the rights of American natural
ized citizens.
me lunjuniY oi me uu iut- jMj-u-wiice
are in lavor of '.lie Senate bill for the erection of a tele
graph to the 1’acili \ bur with amendments reducing the
price of messages 20 per cent. The committee are divid d
.ts to the amount of HUi-idy the government shall pay.—
Mr. Burch has bei u appointed a member of that com
mittee iu toe place of Mr. Fuglish, excused from service,
fob supplies a representative from tho Pacific, which
was much desired.
It appears by the Picayune’s Vera Cruz correspond
ent, writing mi W date ot M irch lil.vt, that Captain Aid
li.ini wrote to Miratnon protesting very strongly against
the wanton and inhuman ucslruction of Kuglisfi proper
v and innoeeiit lives.
Letters from Capt, Jarvis, of the Gulf squadron, have
been received at tho Navy Department, ily aceotnpa
nyiug copies ot the correspondence tiy ween iiim-elf uud
me Spanish and French naval officers at Vera Cruz, it
appears that the latter have addressed letters to him rel
ative to the capture of .MiramonV steamers which are
personally offensive. For this reason he declines to go
into discu--ton concerning tiic beating of tho law of na
t'OLS iu the premises, and advises them to seen redress
through the proper governmental channels.
One More Victim in the Niw Ori.eans Poisonixo
Case.—The Picayune icporls the death of Miss Koima
Young, n ece ol Mr. L- tnly, who succumbed the it orn
i rg ot lac liotli to tile dreadful rav iges of the poison ta
ke!! marly two weeks ago. The day before .Mis* Young
« is apparently a great deal bn er, and hopes were en
t ttaued o: her sp. edy recovery, but slie grew worse
during t e night, and dn din the n.oruiug iu acute agony,
flic Delia reports the iolluwiug additional particulars m
this atinuge and painful ease:
Yesterday tie negroes Ann and Harry, mother and
uui, Were tai.cn from prieou to the house of Col. Lemly,
;o hu examine i by that gentleman, who, though couva
u -cci t. is unable to leave his room.
In t ie room lay the coip-cs of Mis. Lemly and the
i*:le hoy, -<of Mrs. Young, and nephew of Mis. L- m
iv. The we:, an Ann ban a haggard and unfavorable
ippearaie-e, an f the i-oy Harry confirmed by his iuo»s,
tiic bad cbaia-tr r given to him. They were told to look
pon ihe corpses, which they did weliom. any sign o’
ouscious guilf, or any expressions of u auspicious char
acter.
•Look there,-’ remat ked Col. Lemly to tbc woman,
"Aun, this i- all your worn " The woman replied prompt- j
ly and firmly that bile kuew noihiug about ii; that it was
is -,r. ge to her as to any body elv; and, alter a pause,
and looking at the lace ot her dead mi-tress, visible
through the glass case ot the metallic coffin, she add< ii
“You know, ’tiaster, if 1 bad wanted ro do sueh a thiug
I could have done it at any time tor yours past.'*
A lew questions were then ask- d by the gentlemen
present, but nothing satisfactorily was elicited. Tire
voin inaiid sou were th n ex inline.1 apart. Tho toy
vas asked if he had not been seen stirring up the com
ponents of the Charlotte Kusse. lie replied, “Yes, that
Anue had told him to stir it w bile sh > was engaged about
some!mug rise ’’ Ann, being asked, acknowledge, d that
sbe had told Harry to stir the dish.
No nn, re- ion was m de upon the gentlemen present
at tiiis examination confirmatory of the suspicion which
,ia- .attached to tiio-e accused. The affair is still envel
oped iu profound mystery. To add to the psiuful unuer
liiu'y, we learn that portions of the Charlotte Ku-se,
which were subject to the most cnrelul chemical analy
•-is of at: old and experienced chemist of this city, have
been pronounced ov blur free from aiseuic. On the ot ti
er baud, lbe careful and thorough analysis of the viscera
of the deceased boy, and of the cake which composed
a pi -rt ol the confection, by Professor Crawcour, devel
ops the existence of arsenic in both. It is true that
i< ..l„.;> >l.a, >m, .mnr.rn «i,„ i,.
: in Vo been nb.uu bed from tho jelly, but it does not ap
pear that he has analyzed the latter.
THF SAX FRANCISCO LAND CASE.
The Supreme Court of the Tinted States are now en
caged with the argument ot the famous San Francisco
laud ease. The subject in dispute is the title to the tract
ot laud on which the greater part of the city ot San
Francisco now stands. It exceeds ten thousand acres
in exteut, reaching to the Pacific ocean on the west, the
bay ot San Francisco on the east, and extending about
six mill 9 South. Lai go and valuable stores und residen
ces have been erected upon this land by persons having
a squatter title only. The assessed value of the laud in
dispute is $15,000,000. The parties to the dispute are
the United States Government on the oue side, aud the
San Fi ancis.-o Land Association really on the other side,
although Mr. Bolton nominally appears on the record.
The tjau Francisco Laud Association is composed of many
hundreds of the mo-t prominent c tizens of Pennsylvai in,
aud is located ut Philadelphia. That Association have
p iid several millions dollars for the claim on which they
now rely, which was a grant made by the Mexican gov
ernment in California prior to the late Mexican war, to
one J. P. Santillon, under date of February 10th, 1840.
The gold discovery in California was not made until May,
1848. At the time of the grant to Santillon, Sun Frau
cisco contained but few inhabitants, aud the tract in
questiou was a sandy and barren waste. The tract was
offered for sale at public auction in January, 1810, aud
no bid could be obtained for it.
The dispute between the United States and the Land
Association turns chiefly upon the question whether the
grant to Santillon, under which they claim,was really ex
ecuted at the date it purports to bear—February 10th,
1840. The Cuitcd States now insist that the alleged
grant was either a forgery ora fraudulent antedating,and
that, in fact, the signature and the seal of the Mexican
Secretary of State were fabricated in 184'J—after the
treaty of peace between Mexico ai d the United States,of
May, 1848, bv which treaty all the unoccupied laud in
California was vested in the United States Government.
The decision of the board of Land Commissioners of
California was in favor of the Santillon grant—both the
Circuit aud District Judges of the United States concur
red in affirming this decision. The luited States will be
represented in the Supremo Court by Attorney General
Black aud lion. Wm. B. Reed, and the San Francisco
Lind Association by Hon. R. J. Walker,J. Mason Camp
bell aud St. Geo ge T. Campbell.
Letter fbou Gkx. HorsTOJt.—A letter from Genera!
Houston, of Texas, to the Secretary of War, dated Mar. h
14, has been published, detailing the late troubles on the
Rio Gra do. He denies that he ever proposed cro-. icg
over into Mexico with an armed force, although such a
step was in accordance with the wi-he.s and impulses of
the people of Texas. He has also, since 1857, been
w ritten to from various parts of the United States, urging
hnn to invade Mexico, with a view to tho establishment
of a protectorate, and assuring him that men, money and
iritis would be placed at his disposal if ho would engage
in the enterprize.
To these overtures he never made any favorable re
sponse. His recent action, theretore, in calling out vol
unteers, lie avers bas been grossly misrepresented. Tex
as, uot only on the froutier, but in some of the interior
counties, lias lately suffered severely from Indian depre
dations, and he took the best means at bis command to
stop the evil. In *o doing be consulted with the United
States i (Beers, and deferred in al' things to the Federal
requirements. He trusts the Department will call out a
regiment ot rani*-*, and attempt tJ negotiate wj.h tbs
Indians,
THE GREAT BREACH OF PROMISE CASE—A DE
CIDED CHANGE OF FRONT.
Our readers probably remember that, some mouth*
ago, a Miss Carstang, of tjt. Louis, sued Mr. Shaw, a
wealthy citizen of the same place, for having broken his
promise to make her his wile. The jury gave her the
munificent verdict of $100,tt00 damages. She was con
tented, but Mr. Shaw was not: so he moved for another
trial, and obtained it. It has just been brought to a
close, and Miss Carstang gets - just nothing at all. It will
be her turn now to apply for a new trial, though the ex
perience of this last one vrill probably not inspire her
with auv very ardent desire for its repitition.
Miss Carstang, it seems, kept a boarding house in St.
Louis, aud after casually making Mr. Shaw’s acquaintance
cultivated it by borrowing money of him, on several oc
casions. He became quite a frequent visitor at her house,
and, she asserts, promised to marry her. Of this prom
ise her sister was the principal witness. Upon this sec
ond trial her whole life has been subjected to a merciless
scrutiny, the result of which was a conviction on the part
of the jury that her record was not sufficiently spotless
to entitle her to damag -g. She leaves the court, there
fore, not only without any pecuniary solace to her woun
ded affections, but with the reflection that her whole life
has been scrutinized and sifted aud analyzed—every in
nocent flirtation, every gracious smile bestowed upon a
former admirer, every act of thoughtlessness and imprn
ileuce weighed in the nicest balance of legal criticism;
thit she herself has been subjected to the mollification
ot sitting day after day and hearing the unfavorable
comments ol the opposing oouosel upon her character,
and to all sorta of insinuations and inuendocs, it not the
direct charges, that she was a female adventuress, that,
she had ensnared the defendant in her toils with the pur
pose of despoiling him of his wealth, and that a painful
uotoriety will henceforth attach to her name.
The experience of the law which Miss Carstang has
had will not be without its moral, and It will afford no
encouragement to others of her sex, whose affections
may have been trifled with, to carry their griefs into
court, unless they feel confident that there is no act of
this past life upon which an injurious construction can In
put, arid that they have been patterns of propriety and
miracles of prudence; aud unless also they can divest
themselves of all sensitiveness of feeliug, and are willing
to sacrifice the delicacy of the sex for a doubtful pecuni
ary compensation of an injury which loses all us hold
upon our sympathies when offset by dollars and cents.
It was quite time that such a lesson was given, for
these breach of promise suits have become disgustingly
common throughout the country. Half a dozen heavy
ve. diets seem to have stimulated scores of women, more
or leas young, iu vm ious quarters,to similar prosecutions.
It was becoming absolutely dangerous for a mau of
wealth to be civil to an unmarried lady. We trust they
will now breathe somewhat more freely.—.V. Y.Timet.
Tits Growi.no IVhsat.—A abort trip through the
country, within the last week, has afforded us an oppor
tunity of forming a pretty correct idea of the present
prospects ol the crop. Wo have, however, not learned
to take the appearance of the wheat at this early period
of the season, ns any sure indication of a good or bad
crop. Wo would all, doubtless, prefer, however, a good
early growth, to the backward state which is now uni
versally presented by the growing crop. In our travel
through the country of Hanover, Louisia, Oruuge, Cul
peper and Fauquier, we did not see a forward, thrifty
looking field of wheat. Along Jones’ river where the
wheat at this season is genentily several incites high, and
completely covering the ground, we did not see a siugle
field where the ground was covered—the growth is back
ward aud stands thin upon tilt- land. The complaint is
univers.il, that tho wheat at this season never printed
a more unfavorable appearance.—Farmvillt Journal.
Tiik Whkat Croi-.—The reports of the condition of
| the growing wheat, says the Parkersburg Gazette, from
nearly all parts of the country are favorable. Iu no
quarters have we noticed other than flattering account
thus far, unless we except the late sown wheat in a part
I of Kentucky.
Tiik Whkat.—Wo arc sorry to learn that the grow
! ing wheat is still looking very tadly, owing to the cold
and dry weather, yet from present appearances! no one
I oau tell how it will be at harvest time.—Orange County
Chronicle.
RHODE ISLAND ELECTION—DEFEAT OF THE RE
PUBLICANS.
Providence, April 4.—The general election for Gover
nor, and other State officers, took place in this Stale, to
day, after a most exciting canvass. The returns show
that William Sprague, the “conservative Whig” candi
date for Governor, supported by Democrat, Whigs,
Americans «ud moderate Republicans, is elected In a
large majority over ill. Padellord, the nominee of the
Republican party.
Mr. e prague is quite a young man. not thirty years of
age, a manufacturer, and the wealthiest man in the State
He is a partner in a leading N. w York mercantile house
Ills wealth Is estimated at several millions of dollars.—
Although not a politician, he is said to entertain national
sentiments. Walter 9. Burgess, on the ticket with him
for Attorney General, is a Democrat; and S. A. Parker,
the State Treasurer, is a member of the American party
T.:e candidates for Lt. Governor Hnd Secretary of State
were voted for by all parties.
The Republican majority tn the State in 1854 for Pres
ident was 4,7S7, and in 1859 foi Governor it was 5,.-!29.
THE JUDGES IN UTAH.
Wasuisoton, April 4 —A very roluumious document
wa* sent to the Senate to-day embracing correspondence
, relative to the administration of justice iu Utah. The
j I'fges defended themselves at great length from the
ensures of the Attoniey General, as contained in a let
t-r which ha-- been published, and the di-trict attorney
likewise defends himself f rom charges of the judges as to
f i- alleged inefficiency. Ttie Attorney General’s opinion
of the judges may be inferred from the fact that he urges
tlie district attorney to realat their usurpation of his pro
per functions, and that their insisting upon doing the du
ties of attorney and marshal will destroy the peace of the
T> rritory.
The F.ye ov iiik Nkkulk.—The Scriptural simile, that
it 0 harder lor a rich tn.in to inter into the kingdom of
ill aveti, than fora Camel to go through the eye of a
needle, which has puzzled niauy u learned and unlearned
uc id, is clearly explained by n modern traveller.
in tin E 1st, all walled cities hare a small gate along
side of tfie great gales, which is called, in the figurative
language of that region, "the eye of the needle,” When
it is understood that the large gale* are closed at eight,
and that u traveller arrived afterwards, must enter
through the “eye of the needle," through which lie can
take las camel, if he desires to do co, only bv divesting
him of his burden, and causing him to kneel down; the
metaphor is iu> clear as it is simple and beautiful.
FROM WASHINGTON.
Wasiiinoion, April 4tii.—Tlie House select committee
have agreed to report u Pacific railroad bill, on the fol
lowing plan of loculiou, as prep* cd by » ol. Curtis, viz:
St irling from two points—one on the border of Missou
ri, and the other on tho western bolder of Iowa, with
two couvergiug lines, hearing westward, aud mining
within two hundred miles of too Missouri river; thence,
pro cedit g by a single track line, by the nearest and lien
route to the bay of San Francisco, or to the navigabh
waters ol the Sacraun ato. Tlie committee passed i res
olution that the road should be cou.stiucted of American
iron.
iuLAJEUCBTE NEWS.
POUT OP UICHMOIND. April 5.
BKO! WA1KR THIS JUT (KK.I'AT,) 4>j o'l'L'K —SCR RISES 5:41, SRTs 01'J
ARRIVED.
1.QL ...... V V mil, • 1
I*m A Watson.
.Sehr Jam v E Price, Burton, pi/ Iron, W. 8. Triplett.
“ It. If Kvnip, ltuaik, Balto . |dg iron, do
“ Samuel B Grice, C-illl-r, Alex , flour, Conrad k Crew.
“ Catherine J .ne, iilcks, RappaLaunock River, corn, Hearns
k Co
“ Extra, Wilson. Balt ", oyster ihella, Jacob 8. Atlee
“ Mary Kiiza. Alorrcoek, Jam s iiv r, wheat, bo/an Waller
Bark George, Wolanet, Liverpool, via Bermuda Hundreds, sail,
K. W. DeVoss k Co.
SAILED.
Plramer Belrldere, Travers, tsalto., mdsa and paasengrri, I>. k
W Currie.
Sehr. Tnren Fls'cr*, Leonard, down he ilrer, light.
“ Rough and Ready, Moore, do
" Sauiaila, Todd, do
“ ChrUolyte, xmlth, St. Marks, I'iorida, mdse, W. D. Colquitt
A Co.
•• James II Cator, Oatlin, Norfolk, mdse, W. D. Colquitt A
Co.
noK it alt; noiiR. mbs a .ir%
I WEfcK—POWUAT»N SI BAM BOAT COMP A- :—tetJ’
NY.—The steamer GKO PE iROnY, 0*pt. Bitch’d Pritchard, will
receive freight t -day, (Frida*), and up to the hour of 12 o’clock,
M , Saturday, the 7th Inst.
Freight taken for Boston via Baltimore at low rates with great
despatch.
This Ptearner has splendid ttateroo n passenger accommodations
Passage and fare 15.
Passengers are re.|U sted to be on board before 12 o’clock, M.,
Saturday, the hour of departure.
Tickets or passage procured either at our office, in the Slip, op
pos’te the Columbian Hotel, or at the steamers' wharves, Rocketts,
apfl—2t PA VIP * WM. 01 BRIE.
S UGA If.-Extra 0 Sugar, best quility, re-elvlng for sale by
•P6 I. a o h Davenport,
CtOFFtE.-r**i Matts prime Java Coffee
/ 100 k bale* Mocliti Coffee, for aale bv
apC I.AO.B. IiaVENFORT.
NEED POTATOES.
JC.VE3, Buck Eye, Mercer, Carter and Peach Blow lush Pota
toes.
Nans .-mon 1 Sweet Potato Plantings, for ssle by
a,,0 GEORGE WATT A CO.
Vllliil\IA CEA Til A I. K AIL KO.l I>.
•VO’— V_l. eafllllliP j
Now Arrangement.
mHE Mall and Passenger Train* wt I not be run after tld* date
& h- tween Gordonsvilio an t 8ta inton on Sunday*, but will be
run daily b.tween G ritoiisvil e and hlchinond.
They will connect at Gordonivtlle with the Orange and Alexan
dria Tr*lu for OhailotteaviHe, Lynch' urg Ac.
On and after Friday, April the flth, the Mall and Passenger
Train, West of Staunton, will leave Staunton for Jsckion'l Klver
on Tue*ds*s, Thursdays and Saturdays, at 2 45, P. M. Leave
Jackson's River on Mondays, Wedatsday* aud Fridays, at 8.15,
P. M.
FREIGHT TRAIN,
WITH passenger car ATrACHE",
Will leave Waynesboro’ on alondjys, Wednesdays and Fridays,
at 7.45, A. M. and Staunton at SI 45, A. M., lor Jacka-n’s River.
RETURNING.
Leave Jackson’s Rlre-on Tuesdays. Thursdays and fnturdays,
at b. A. M., aul Staunt n at 8.80, P M , for Waynesboro’.
Haase gers for points West of tpauntou, who desire to go direct
ly through h the Mall Train, will take the trsla on either Tues
oay*. Thursday* or Saturday*. TUOS. DODAMEAD,
ap6—lw General Sup t.
j Office Ta. Central Railroad Co , Richmond, April 4th, ISCO.
NOTICE.
f «!0 the citizens ©f Richmond and county, In returning my thank*
1. for the patronage so libers! tv extended to me for the l*st four
years, I would «l»o give notice that 1 have »t this tine the nii*§t
and Urgent assortment of-addlery I have ever been able to offer
to the nubile. lUvl v Increased facilitlr* for manufacturing, I am
now prepared to furnish all orders, small or Urge, with despatch,
having the bent workmen, ns ng good material, and giving my per
sonal attention to business, enables me to manufacture such work
as cannot he surpassed, as my stock cnosis’s of every varb ty too
I numerous la mention You have nothing to d» but call at No. Iffo
' Main street, opposite E igl»» equare, aod ret anything you want at
such p ice* as cannot fail U> please. Call anu Judge for yoursrlC
apC-lm 1>. F. GROOM*.
P. 8.-4 good Harnefs hands and fi Raddle hands waMri ^
COTTON SEINE TWINE. various lift, it
prices, for salt by JQUS 8, QoiOW.N A *0S. j
CORRESPONDENCE.
GLOVoam* 0. II., Aprtl 9,1800.
T.. John T. Sen ire II, *»/.:
Dear Sir -We, a portion of yoor friend* of thl* county, being
Informed of the death of the late lamented Judge John B 01 >pton,
request you to permit the uae of your name, aa a candidate for the
Ju lgeahip nr thla District. From yoor well established reputation
In your profession, the calm deliberation of your jadgrasnt, the
ktndncas an l urbanity of yoor tnauner. we feel assured you will
occupy the Judicial position with an equal justice to your fellow
rltlsens as of honor to yourself. We, therefore, request you to slg
nl'y jour assent to our request as early aa may suit your conre
nlencc and our wishes. Very respectfully,
Dr. Wm. Taliaferro, W T. Cocke,
R. R Hord, A. H. Martin,
Dr M. U. Miller, Bam’l D Puller,
Jno. W. Puller, A. H. Bal'our,
Geo. T. Bui h, W. P. R. Leigh, I
R. H. Stubblefield, Thos. C. Robin*,
John R. Dural, Dr. 8. B. Cary,
Jno S. Cooke, Jas. C Baytop,
Tho*. W. Field, Tho*. 0 Cooke,
Wyndham Kemp, John L. nibble,
Wm. T. Seawell, A. Glass,
Jno. C. Newcomb, Jno. Sinclair, Sen.,
Thoa. J. Blar d, Thos M Seawell,
H. A. Howard, Wm. H. Ash,
Jno. R. Cary, R. A. Barron,
Wm. J. Acra, Wm.J. Bartop,
Jno 0.Field, Wm ap. W Junes.
Thos. K. L- Igh, John W. 0 Catlett,
Wm 8. Field. Wm. Andrews,
Thomas C. Baytop, Dr. F. D Junes,
Thomas B. Taliaferro, L. N. Dartes,
John T. Perrin, J. L. Dean*,
John A B. Thornton, A. D. Reade,
Ed. H. Rowe, Ja* K Dabney,
Berjamln Rowe, Wm. Vaughn,
T. L. Taylor, Richard I* Lee,
M. It. Grrssstt.of Middlesex; U. A Purcell,
W G. Lan.-.of Matthew*; Joel Hayes,
Chailcs II. Harper, L P. Corr,
Robert R Berry, P W. Campbell,
Publ. Blllup*, of Mathews; Wm. Sn.lth,
V. Lane of Mathews; Dr S. P Bvrd,
Dr John H Sears, K M. Page,
Robert M. Sinclair, I’. Shack.If- rd,
Ja. W Gi bs, K C Byrd,
John A. Bridges, Henry Burge*,
J rs IS. C ay tor. Be j iml.i S. Hackney,
R. C Tri-vllllan, John W. Leigh,
J a. Tho-r pson, Thos. S. Taliaferro,
Ed T. Thurston, John L. Booker,
Thoa. 9 Stubblefield, Wm F. Learett,
Jaa A. LeaVrtt, Jas F Ransone,
W. A Rlcoardson, of Mat’s. J W. Roane,
George Walker, George A 8>ane,
Dr, Philip A Taliaferro, W. S. Billups,
Warner T. Ta'laferro, hr. Thos 11. Rowe,
Jas. W Clavlens, Francis Thornton,
Wm. Iverson, M B SeaweM,
John W. Brooking, Wm II. Seawell,
Daniel Bryn, Ro. B Taliaferro,
Thus R. Ilrywood, Ro. C. Rubins,
J I.elgh Garrett, A F. Seott,
Wm. V. Heywood, P R. Par*’,
Wm. It Stubbs, K. O. Bridges,
P. H. KiUhugb, Wrn. D Pointer,
Thos It. Montague, K. J. Stubblefield,
Joseph Me Ucott, B. S. S nrl,
John M. Thurston, John A Mason.
GLot ersTklt C. H., April It, 18(10.
Gentlemen :—Your note requesting the uae of my name a* a can
d'date for the Judgeship made vaeaut by the death of the la‘e Jno.
U Cloptoo, Esq , was handed in-yesterday morning I-> my opln
Ion, the position In which you dedreto place me l» .nr that should
not be sought nor lightly rejected. I th.refore yield my fulls*’ c
tljn to any use you shall th nk lit to make of my name in connec
tion with the approaching election for Judge io Oils circuit.
For the high honor you have done me, and particularly for the
kind terms In which you have conveyed jour request, I tender you
ray sincere thanks. Your frlen l, Ac.,
JOHN T 8K\»KI,L.
To Dr. Wm. Tsllaferro, R. R. Hord, Dr M. II Miller and others.
THE OXYGENATED HITTF.IIS.
Dynpepna, Indlytehan, Heart Burn, Hater Jlraeh, .Sour
Slomtb-h, Jaundice, Flatulency, General Debility, Ac., find a
ready relief and speedy cure io this great remedy.
THE OXYGENATED BITTERS
Are believed by many who have been cured of the above com
plaint* to be the only roedlciae whlrli the mater it media affords
for their lnfalllable curs. It Is notan alcoholic preparation, which,
while giving a momentary stimulus, 'educes the system Inths same
ratio; tint one distinct and different from any medical preparation
ever compounded, and which wiU, In most case*, extract the dis
ease by the roots and restore the patient to pristine health. In
proof of which, testimony of the very highest and unexceptional
character Is presented.
ICellablc TcNtlmony.
We call the attention of the reader to the following letter from
President Smith, of Wesleyan University :
Mlttpurrowg, Conn., Feb. 28,18t9.
Messrs. Sktti W. Fowl* A Co.,—
Geotleimn—I tir»t made use of the OxTotSATKP BtrTSJw some
*even or eight years since. Havingsuff. red for twenty years from
Dyspepsia »hi h w»s attended with a nervous headache, on an
average of not leas than one day In a week, I was Induced by the
unpretending recommendation of Dr. Green “to try one bottle and
il ni wenen; was receireo 10 <n*conunu** tne use.
The use of one bottle warrwnte I a further trWI, to the extent of !
some three or four, with a careful observance of the accompany- I
ng directons The result was an almost entire relief from the
usual dyspeptic symptoms and their depressing, painful conse
quences. I believe these Bitters pioduced an entire change In the
habits of my system and u; n the ac ive energies of the digestive
rgant. I now deem tnvself as exempt from Dyspepsia a* mos*
person*. These Hitlers have also been of service to other members
of my family. Very respectful!v your.
At GU8TC8 W.8MXTB.
Prepared by 8ETH W. FOtVLE A 00., Benton, and for
sale, at wholesale and retali, by A DIE * OIUY, PURCELL, LADD
t CO., W. PETERSON, J. P. I)AV\L, Richmond, and by all drug- ,
gists and dealers In medicines la city and country.
mh80—drAwlm
JTIAIIKIKD,
March 29th at 3t. James’ Church, bv tR* Rev Joshua Peterkin,
WALTER K. ABBOiT and Miss bKTTIE M. DUVAL, daughter of
Met Duval, all of this city.
On tb« wornlng of the 6th Ins*., Mr JOHN J. CLARKE, Civil
Engine* r, Rockingham county, N C , and Miss LUCY 8. .MAOoN,
of Klcl.mor.d, Va , daughte of the late Miles .Macon, K»q
On the 16th of Feb’y last, at the residence of the bride’s uncle,
MaJ R. T Harris, Warren county. Miss , by the Rev. Levi Pearce,
C. *V DUNN, Esq , of Yarn county, Mbs , to Ml.s ELLA KliiBY,
of A takapas, La , formerly of Virginia.
MBIT.
At his residence, near Loyds, in F. sex county, on Wednesday,
th* 2*5 li March, H. I>. PIT 1*8, In the Tlst vear of his age.
Vr Pit's was a man of marked and decided character ; he com
tnenced 1 fea to err ha nt at Lov.ls. and continued the busine** until
he died. Throughout Me entire life he was regarded by all who
came In contact with him, as hnae-t, fair, and above board in Id*
transactions, the beat evidence of which may he found In the fact,
. it notwithstanding lib ac umulated wealth, no om charge haa
ever been brought against him of overreaching or oppressing, but
on the c ntrary. he was always kind and lnduy*-nt.
1 hough wealthy many years before hls death, his active mind
and tadustri'-us habits required occupation and his devotion to
any ttdng whUh oncer mroand.-d his site ticn kept him through
i long dfe still devoted 11 the hudne&j of his choice, even,
th ugh a i achelor, and with we Jlh beyond his wants, he was too
touch of a man to remain Idle and unoccupied.
Mr. Pitt** death will h ave a blank in tu • social circle dlffiealt to
fill; he was one who dispense ! genuine and almost un imbed hos
pitality. His beautiful arid Inviiinr tevidence was one to which his
n iroer ut friends,and even Strang-rs were »ont condsntly to f! ck.
finding always t hearty we •• me, a able groaning underevert lux
ury th it wealth could command,an i a host who could and did by Ids
genial humor, inexhaustible store • f antcJo'es and broad Vl-glnia
hilarity give pleasure and entertainment to ail who Matted h‘m, as
ir»*r;uln«* as that whM. he exp- rie.jced lu i elng the agreeable host
o th §e f-.tintle*s friend*, w ho did ill In the r puwtr to p ease one
who s > d- ttghtfullv tuUrt *in< d hem.
The wider of this honorable tribute to his memory, has known,
(and much of the rime Intimatel/known,! the debased forsoni.*
thirty-five y«ir«, and in truly ssy h* w Hitman who puss—tid. In
a rare d gr*-e, many of the finest fteliuga that aduru the character
of a Virginl» gent *•' mu.
That he wa*- free from the frailties nf human nature, oi without
fan t-, *•*• do not pretend 'o a*sert hut only say, upon the Ugliest
authority, “Lei him who Is without sin first cast a it ne.“
B-tu*. then, let the hua ireds, aye. the thousands, who have so
often been the recipients of his genial hnapltsilty,casting the broad
mantle of charity ove- anv defect* he may have bad,
“lie to hi* fault a little bind.
And to his v4rtues very kind."
But he I* yon-*, and has left a host o* friends and connexions, to
mourn the loss of one who has cheered many of them la Ihe r ca
reer thr ueh • T<t wit • something more substantial than words of
encouragement May he rest iu peace 1 O 0 T.
A UCTIOif—'TH IS MORNING, A CAR
(«U <>f Moia ses, from Cuba, landing from bark Hor
ae.-, hi .ne Dock, by
I IQ P we SPORT, A acta.
4 t;|[ Ull Ai'i:OI' TIIK IMVKKSITV, WITH
-A <<.me expTlenr* In Trachinn, ai.J who couhl bilu* »om
pa roo-fe to a *ch >ol will Anil a very eligible .ituation hjr addre*
inp, W., Box lto, I’nlre.i.ty of Va. _ ap«5—elm
RICHMOND, April 8. HW.
Ill 1 VR THIN DA V APPHINTRO JA5IK.N
WILCI AMS in* Agent to conduct Ui«- Boot an.l Shoe bu.ineta
for m In the .am.eiore formerly occupied by him, to hny and tell
for raah nr otherwlM. ap*—2»* JOHN H **!?*.?8***.H
VIRGINIA FERTILIZERS!
manufactured by
S. HIcGRUDEK’S SOKIi
Riuliinoiid.A irgiiiia.
PiioapliwPernvInn Gnil no, warranted to contain S
per cent of-Ammonia a:; J 45 to 61 percent, of Bone Phosphate of
Lime. Price per ton ofiMkK) t>i. |5U 00.
1C<>ii" Alii filliiHO, warranted to contain 5 per cent, of
A munla an.lf.5to 70 per cent, of Bme Fbosphateof Lime. Price
per ton of 20u0 lbs 4W t-0.
Ground Hois" Aaii, containing 75to SOper cent of Bone
Pb >sphit- of 11 ue an l g.ouad to a nan powder. Price per ton of
2O0» Its. 465 00.
A. A White Mexican Guano, which we grind to
I owder and warrant to ojuia n 75 per Cent, of Phosphate of Llcue.
Price Per ton of 2000 lbs. f HO 00.
Having been for many years largely engaged In the Guano
Tr ade, and had opportunitl-rs of testing fully the value of all kinds
of Guai o that have been Imported Into the country, enables us to
select the very best varieties for our preuaratluoS and from re
peated experiments hat have been mad", with all the ingredients
we use, both s-parately and la Combination, *e are sa'lstleJ that
the fanne s will find our Fertilizers much cheaper than the Peruvi
an Guano, when cs.d alone.
The Peruvian and Phorpbatlc Guinea u«ed are sel cted witli
great care, and always sulj cted to rigid analysis They are very
ilry, a d ground to a line powder, and thoroughly and lutimtlately
mixed.
We will taka pleasure In showin • farmers through our estshUth
mint, as ther-is no secret as to the ingredients used, or process of
manufacturing.
All otders will he promptly filled.
ft. McGRUDER’R SON?,
ap6—clt Cor. liith an Carv Bt., Richmond, Va.
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General Horae and Fore gn Mews;
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and t muting us with Southern Imbecility of Intellect, eneerlogly
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enterprise
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For the largest Club of Subscribers, - • • §200
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lUKKCKU, Hopkinsville, Ky._apfi
M«I, ANNEX. — Prime new crop Cuba Molasse., In hbds and
Lids., for sale by_E. II, frKlNKUt * CO.
BACON HA UN. -no tea Oeo. Lane's Sugar Cured Hams J
*6 do John Shay’s do do do
90 do Uabels do do do
for sale by [ap5J E. H. t-KINKEB 4 CO.
QQ MMB BOXAIi.
Orric* nr nu Wmo, April 6, I1M.
RICHMOND KTOCK MARKET
Virginia wiae* hare declined to 'J2| and interest. We
net*- sales of Richmond city bonds, and O. and A. E. R- do, at
former rater, and of Va A Tend, bond, 2d mort at 11 and InUreal.
Va. fire and Marine In*, stock has been sold this week at 40. We
anne\ our weekly comparison of transactions
nu w**k Lartrerrk.
Virginia (lx per eta., Int added ........... - - 92 X
James Hirer and Kan. guar’d bonds, Int. ad'd.. ..
Richmond City bonds, with Interest added. MX **X
Bank of Virginia, par *70. .. ••
Farmeri’Bank, par *100. 106 106
Exchange Bank, P»,r *«»■ ■ . }**
Bank ofthe Comm’th, par*100..... W)
Va. Fire aud Marine Insurance, par *26 . 40 39X
Richmond Fire Association, par *20. . 40
Merchants' Insurance,par *60... .. it
Virginia Central Railroad stork, par *100. 60
Richmond, Fred, and Pot. Railroad, do. 80 80
Richmond and Petersburg Railroad, do. 64 64
Richmond and DanrtlleRailroad, do.. ..
James Hirer and Kanawha Canal, do. 18
The following Is Messn. J. A. Lancaster A Son's list of quotation*
Virginia Sixes, Int add. 92X Va Central U R bonds, 1st
Richmond City, MX mort. (Int. added,). »
1’etersbuig do. .. *94 Do do 2d mort. S2X
Lynchburg, do. .. *W Va A T. R R, 1st m. InLad. 6»X
Norfolk, (Int. ad.). 75 Do do 2d do. 80
Exchange Bank,.. It®X Do do 3d do. 81
Farmers'Bank,. 105 0 A A R R bonJs 6 pr c do. 81
Bank of Virginia,. *8X Do do 8 pr c do. 21
Bank of Commonwealth,. 1'*' Manaasas Gap U R 6's do. 60
K A D R R bonds, (guard. South Side HR (F). *>»4X
by State, int ad.). »1 Do do guar'd
Va Central RR,do do.... by Petersburg (F). 10
City of Petersburg, dodo R F A P R R stock, W>
J K A K do do. 22 Va Cent R it do . 50
Rlclim'd Fire Ans’n stock, 40 R A P It R do . 61
Va Fire and Marine Ins.. 40 KADKH do . V‘
Merchants'Insurance Co. 65 Jamee River A Kan. *tock 15
* No recent sates.
TIIK TOBACCO TRADE.
An official report to the Legislature of Kentucky give*
the weight of tobacco raised In 1S52, according to the country as
sessors. The quantity, as compared with that reported by the
United Stales census of 1840and 1850, Is as follows:
,-Kentucky crop.-, Rec. at Vx. from
Pounds. llhds. N. Origan*. N. Orleans
13.10 .53,4.16>ir9 811,582 43,827 40,4*6
1S49.wool. 186 41112 62,323 62,876
ly59.95,493,513 70,786 75,025 79,914
It appears that the receipt* of tobacco at New Orleans from *11
sources of the Mississippi Valley exceoled, la 1859, the Kentucky
crop only 5,189 hbds., while it the previous dates the excess was
much greater :
The total receipts at New Orleans for a period of ten years,
ending Sept. 1,1859, foot up.665,496
Total exports for the same period, coastwise and to all fo
reign ports .648,88*
Excess of imports. 16,662
Takiog, says the report, the crop of Kentucky for (he year 1859,
as returned to the Slate Auditor by the county as lessors, and the
crop of 1M9, as returned by the mu shale for the United Elate*
census of 1851, and striking the mean is showing the annual pro
duct of Goi Plato, we have 55,924 hhda as our yearly crop, which,
multiplied by 10 gins 559,230 hhd* as the aggregate product of this
State for the period of ten years ending with 1859 :
Total exports for teu years.61,l8*8
total product of Kentucky for ten years .559,240
Difference. 89,14/3
We copy the following from the last circular of Mown.
T. A II. Messenger, New York :
‘•The enquiry for Tobacco has been on a moderate scale, and
the transactions for March scarcely reach the usual average. The
prlnc pal sales have been to manufacturers and the trade, the ex
port demand be ng o a retail character. We do not discover any
unfavorable change In prleee except for medium and common
grades, which are otherwise than firm ; choice Leaf continue* to
coomianp uur full quotations. The s ock has been slightly added
to. The new crop comes in on'y by driblets, and not in sufficient
quantities to warrant a reliaoie opinion of its general character.
Prices heretofore demanded and paid In the West this season, are
uot. In our opinion, justified by the present aspect of either lurelgo
or home markets. The sales are 90*1 hhde. Kentucky Leaf. Uur
table of prices remains unchanged Quotations—Virginia and
Kentucky Lugs 4(7/1.8.c ; Inferior to good 4 8c.; Selections
lofif. 1- c. Ill manufactured Tobscco the leading featuse for the
paal mouth has been decidedly that of apathy. The larg* increase
of supplies with a diminution In sale* has tended to weaken the
market, and although we leave ourtable of quotation# unchanged,
prices may be deemed tender, particular!* lor work from new leaf
Ig a precarious or doubtful keeping condition ; lor *uch, very low
figures have l/cen accepted. A liberal curtailment by manufactu
re! s fur the lime being, would doubllesa favorably affect the aril
iy.ilM peckages. Stocks, IbfiO, 53,U*S packages, stocks, 186, 34,850.
EXPORTS BY' STEAMERS.
The following is a statement of ihe exports from Rich
mond, In March, by stetmers :
To liiltimorr —(pi hhd I tobar-o, 422 hhds tobacco stems, 6275
pkgi mfd tobacco, Ely pkgs smoking tobacco, 8 Kicking, <1
rolls leather, 1 steam Are engine. 2 tobacco, ml Is, 1 piano,
41 bags rags, 4 bundle* b'gs, IW bale* domestic*, 767 kg*
spikes, 21 box-* and pkgs Iron, 1 hhd and * orate* skins,
15 aeys butter, (i bbl* oil, >>, bbl* Hour, 17 pkg* tried fruit 24 hhd*
hide*.
7i> PkUortttp\in—4264jiki mfd tobacco, 15 hbl* liquor, 92 bale*
dottiest c*. 8* pkri mnse, 8-t 319 lbs dried fruit, 30 bale' cotton
yarns, H'7 bag* flax seed, 05 hhda sugar, 1 keg tu’ter, 20 414 lbs
p g lead. 15,000 los old Iron, 40 bag* rag*, 18 baga seed, and 649
empty hhd* and bbl*.
To AVir 1'orsr.- st hhd* tobacco, 1035 pkgs mfd tobacco, 16 hag*
seed, 1 bid wax, 47- pkgs smoking tobacco, 2i9 pkg* mdse, 23 kegs
butler, 5 hhd* tallow, 1 hhd fur*, 73 boxes pipes, 351 empty bag*,
93 pkg* dried fruit, 25 rrcen bide*, 3 circular »aws, 2 boxes Ale*, 16
cases hats, 35 pkgs sundries, 013 bbla and 5d half bbl* Hour, 49 bbl*
liquor.
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS.
A Griat Nfarrn Factory.—A manufactory of friction
mat -hes has just been put in operation at Cincinnati by two
wealthy citizens of that city. The coat of the buildings an J machi
nery lias been 8150,000, and II Is the most extensive match facto'
ry In the world, except one in Austria. It will turn out and pack
d.Ood gross of matches a day, at a cost hut little removed from the
r tw material, and of a quality beyond anything the public has seen.
An Inextinguishable match that no «!nd can blow out it here made
by an automatic machine, at the rate of 2,duo gross per day, and
so cheap that they can be shipped to Europe, where this kind are
all mide by hand.
Mammoth Esterpiuzk.—A new "Cotton Mill” is to be
c instructed at Lewiston, Mo., 5*4 feet long, 74 wide, and four sto
r * high; .capacity 40,000 spindles. It will give employment to
1,070 operatives. A nrwcomptny, called the Acdrttcoggln (Com
pany, Is to be organized to build It, with a capital of 81,000,060.
Dry Goons—The March importation* of dry good*, at
New York, wrs 8^,17',3*0 For the week ending March 81, 81,
437 470. Thrown upon the market, 81,490,683. Amount entered
for the quarter, 834,673,091. Thrown on the market, 885,4<19,,08.
RICHMOND MARKETS, April 5th, I860.
13J“ T\t*e quotmuuu r*prt**nt (Ye wKoUmiUprUM. In filling
t mailorder*, kighsr prlret Arise to bkpald.
Bacon.—We co .tlnue toquote .rides at 10,'4®10,\, cts ; Shiuldcrs
Rlg®3'. ct* ; Hams, plain, 1!,S cU ; e.gar-cured 121*0413 cts.;
Todd’s do. U ct*.; J. Ic* 7,Vj ct* ; Ya. hog round 10X4411)4 CU
Kasawax. — We quote i.emwaa at 34 CU.
BprTKa.—YVe quote prime at 2lq>23 cts.; fair to good 154420
eta; iuferior l’kft'3 cts ; Goshen 2oq42t * ts.
CaxDUU.—We quote beat quality Aoamantlne at 204426 cents.
Mitchell’*Patent 31 ©32 cts; Maiihatlauvitlc l’at. 324435; Tallow
Jackson’s, 15c; 8peim 444455c.
C»**T.—We quote James River Hydraulic Cement at |1 0O441
S6 per bbl. Ollier kind* *ame price.
Cons — We quote at 754477)* eta.; In email loU, from store 80c.
Coax Mean.— We quote city Dolled at 90Q96 cU.
Correa—We quote ttlo at 18^44149, cu., Laguayra 144415 cU.;
Java 164417 eta.
Oottu* Yaaa.—We quote country at 204322 cents; city 24 cenU
on time 25c.
EaaTBKae — We quote at 45 cte.
FusTiuizao—YVe quote Peruvian Guano at 85$ {9 ton,without
respect to quantity; Elide Island 847)4 ; American 4« ; Columbian
86; Sombrero 8*4; Pa’agonin 880; Mexican 425; Reese’s Manipu
lated 850; UeBerg’s {A1, Rhode’s Super Phosphate of Lime #46 60;
Haritnan’* (Richmond) do 840; do Manlp’d 85''; do Bone Dus’
88i; Ruffin's Phospbo-Peruvian 850. do. Bone ash Guano 850;
do. tobar.o manure (45; do. grounJ Bone ash £15; do. Agricultu
ral Salt 8i! to 813.
K1.01 YVe quote new Halifax Herrings at 86 50 from wharf;
8G.0O446 25 fcu'.n store; Mackerel 4104410)4 for No. 3 large,
PL*x*Kai<—Prime Is selling at 41 ■ 3*’
Pl-ora.—The market l. heavier,and we now quote SuperAneat
the wider range ol 86 25446.50; Extra 86-5* 44‘.UO.
Fecit—YY e quote Raisins, layer, at 83.00 £ nox; 81.66 {9 hf-box,
Bunch 82.75 19 box; ♦ 1.87M > half box; 75c. $1 qr. box; Currant*
.'.44-1 cu Fig* 104412 c.; Almonds, Bord., 15 cts.; Soft Shell 12X c.;
Pecans, Filberts and Walnuts, IU cts Cocoa Nuts, 84.50 per 100.
Gixsaxu.—YY'e quote Ginseng at 554460 cts.
Gmtrowcu.—YVe quote Blasting, at 88)4448)4 I Sporting 86X44
AW.
Hat—We quote Virginia Hay at fl.lo©1.15.
Hides.—We quote dry at 11©!'it* cu, green salted 8X cent*
botchers', 6 CU. Calf skins, 611*X
laoa.—We quote Pig at 62T©84, aocordlngto quality and quart!
tv; common Rnglisli Bars 80O, Kngllab Refined to5©90; Swedes |190
©125; Tredegar and Armory $20 lo 109; American hammered 610o
to 106.
Laed.—We quote prime Western In bbls, at 11X et*. ; kegs 12X
cts; refined, in pails, 18©13X ct*
L*ad.—We quote l‘lg at < cenu, cash and time: Bar < 1-2©7 eU,
Lsatrkb.—We quote good stamp, heavy, 21©22c. ft lb.; mid
dle weight*, 22®24 ct*; damaged, 19©20 cts; poor, 14©16 cts; up
per leather, 82.50©8.25, a* In sire, weight and quality—the latter
price only for superior, heavy sides; Skirting and Harness Leath
er, $3o©'i6, accordin ' to quality ; Kougn Skirting |26©82. These
quotations are full high
Liam—We quote Richmond city, at 90 cent* y cask, or 80 cents
y bushel in bulk, fr. in the kilns.
Molash®*.—We quote New Orleans at 60©58 cenU; Cuba, in
hhds and tierces, 89©32 ct*.; Cuba Muscovado 88©84 ct* ; and
in bbla. 87X cu.
Mux Ofval.—We quote Bran at 20c.; Bhoru 25c.; Brown Stuff
85 eta.; Ship 4tu2 75 ct*.
Mahal—We quote “Old Domlnlon’'brand at 81I'©8X et*.
OsW.—We quote at 4U©45 et*.
Pass—We quote Black 1'easat f 1 3TX©2.04 f) bag.
pLASTka.—\V e quote Lump at |5®5X. Ground blaster—Rich
mond City Mills at 67.50 f> ton in bulk, and fs.SU packed - Cal
oined *3.87X08.60* bbL
Rica—We quote good to prime at 4 ‘4 ©5ig cent*.
Salt —We quute “Marshall" at 41.50© 1 00.
Saaim.—We quote Clover at <4.75. Timothy, $8; and Orchard
Grass 61 ,50©1.75.
Shut—We quote Shot at 7X et*.
Scuaea—We quote New Orleans at hX©-®1^ cts ; Cuba 6©* V
ct*. Rrflntd Sugnm.—We quote Circle A 9\©10 cts ; Extra C.
9X ct*.; Crushed and Powdered lu\ ct*.; Ij>«i ,u'4 ct»
artarrs-We quote Brandy, OUrd, at $4-60©6 ; tiemieesey f 6©
8; American, 1st proof, 88 cu ; Jamaica Rum 68; New Kngiand I
(pure) 88©S9 ct*; do (Whisky) 45®S0ct* . Peach Brandy *1.50© !
SL86; Va. Apple80©$1.95ct*; Northern d».6AcG; Holland Gin 80
©f 1.25; American lo 29©30c. Whisky—We quote Richmond Rec
tlflcd24X©*5X cenu; Cincinnati 32©35 cent*; and l*t proof 85
©40 cenu. r. Stearns A Co.’s MaJtdd Rye, |1 for new, and 81CA1
50 for old
Tobacco.—Mr. Henry C. Watkins, Commission Merchant, r port*
a* follows ; The market has undergone little oruo change for scV- j
eral week* past good and flue Leaf continues »ecure. and is bring ,
log fine prices, wlille inferior grades are abundant and se-Ung low. j
A goo I crop of Jlanu'acturiug Tobacco was sold at the exchange
yesterday, at prices ranging from ID to 615’,. I would advise j
planters to prixe all their Tobacco (not suited for stemming) in
keeping order. I quo’r from 62 L>1\', according to quality. Com
mon leaf fr m <5 to 6X: medium leaf 67 to 8X; good and line
• lemming $9 to lljf; manufacturing leaf at all price* from 610
to 6i5X for really good and fine. No fine shipping yet brought lo
market.
The Receipts of Tobacco, at Richmond, last month, and same
time last year, were as follosrs :
March. Canii'. It «f P. R <(■ D. Va C. R f\t P. Total
t«».1*11 «14 1,2*1 l,b>4 416 8 096
1960.2 821 809 911 1,860 2C» 5 669
The inspectlor * at the several warehouses, In this city from 1st
October to 1st April, were
Marti. 00. Previously. Total. Last Season 1S57-8
Shoekoe,.ilftl 2 121 8.993 3.0 8 5,l«5
Publl".15 8 1.516 3.IC14 :t 2)M jan)
Scsbrooks.1216 1,158 ,t69 «Jgf )
Dibrell’a. 495 Mg 1,308 J,264 ....
Total hhds, 4.991 5.608 10,584 10,099 g 126
The Inspections of bulk Tobacco, crates, Ac., were as follows :
M irch ’60. Previously. Total. Last Besson.
Shoekoe._612,611 3,551.811 4,li»3,9«2 8 14* 989
Public. lb.445 85,192 45,6*7 129,00*
Seabrooh*. 17,191 48,624 6,9:9 105 • 68
DlbreU’s. 4,000 9,0a2 )2,i«ji 21,298
Total Ibx, 674471 8,634,28:1 4,8)2 510 8,401,740
MoSTBI.T TOB'CCO STATXVXNf —From l*f Oct. U> Uf Jjirtl.
Rtotirrs iMr’B* ,-ExFoBTr.-,
Hhds. Hhil*. Porn. C'wlie. Total.
1859-'60.12 3*9 10 564 6,275 1 f-7i 8,147
l95i-’69.18 180 10,089 8,2)9 1.749 6 024
lbST-’fia.. 9,370 8,126 2,987 2,*41 4,074
The stock on band 1st Oct '59, was 9,711 hhds., same time'lb*
7.9-K) hhds.
Wbiat.--Wecontinue to quote the current rates for good to prime
Wheat at $1.80© 1.85 for red, and $l.50&1.65 fur white. Vsvy
choice white will bring $1.60.
The following Is a comparative sUtemcnt of th receipt* of Wheat
at Richmond for th* psriuda mentioned :
.. . . I rom 1st July to 1st AprlL
March '59 March '60 1858-"9 1869-'61
MUKCmiI.... 89,8i6 61,405 109,0‘6 7)6,976
Uchmsnd Hock,,., 6,sod 2,801 856,266 864,506
—=====
Va. Ceirtrl «. B ... ».Mn
R. * Panv. R. R .. ]t,026
K V IP. K R. i,*si
r: * i» r n
By R.»«f.........
Total but.... 64.aid », M1 . —
Wn-.a.-We quote Oak alMl*®*4 m 7, •»
retail prleaa axe UK tor Oak, and »« f"r 1 *“* I ka,
Wot.-We quote natlro washed at Mat., .
M. Marines as la quality. *** ’ 5,4. is,^
CATTLE MARKET — Rrporift R u
,»««/ /-Wee -We ran at lost report a fall,,.. ,7*" fr> r„
Catti s, aud advance In prk* lher, .... 4<he *<*
for lh« week ending Wednesday, the 4:h of a‘c^* «th^T
prlcae ranglngfmm 4 V to « cent# grns. Tha V**4 «>l
offare I wee generally good burr y 'w,'"»y M a. . «
lrou> to t>H r»«. Ninety-four Huo- »t ,. -7* 14,1 ».«y
(IV YORK MARKET*,
Bastpwrrrra.-Tlie common and m.olum tL \
Weft>rn EUrur were In rather better requeet t7enl* Nat, .
the local trade we* better represented ,!n "" *•“*'» '7**
lu brands of the rarloua grad, s rather heat- ‘i*1 **d h. i„ '
was not plenty, and hr three loU »f. ll u hhl*. *• •apwa*
mon ertra State told st the tame prW yi “ “ E*le
round hoop*. P«ely taken tor boathero n>,W* auu"*
not leom prices. The high grade* of Western L7?l •• 7
quest Til* common alesandrla and 0 oreem ”* '* steM '■
to In pretty f«lr demand for shipment hB. «?"* ,<tr, ,7’’
Elour market It one of much depress!©*. ir',e,.f*M* Wu#y „*
transuHlon* are reetrlcted to small parcels to, *•> t-r
bush at 14R.- for prim* Red Western and Pttc «., »?* Mw| v
was p'eur steady and f.lrly artist, ;o or?, k
for export, at 80r; 8,600 bush Jersey tn I *. uU E !a# *t
78c., and *8,000 bush Western mixed tt 76tf-ei*
dc^ot in,I sfliat, ^ ^‘ 44 he j,J*
BALTIMORK MARKETS. April 4th p „
C"rr«s -There It nothing doing In Coffee to ... .7.
change to notice In the tone of to* mar. ct nr in " ‘si. u
demanding high prices The stock Is now •
point, being lets than A 000 begs We quote nrl«..» , 4 *•*» ,
cU ; fair lbX<H*V«ta; Ltguuyra Uf4M ct. ,!* '8.; t,
El/, a To* Plour mark-t trd. mornlo* 1, quIeTj!,V*4* 14k
very l.rm In tli-li views. The only sale .eported ». . ,'T’ •—
hblt Howard btreet Super at |5 -7X V t-bl at *h' ** *b
quote the market ax closing firm for'both this daJw./ **•«
Mills 'mriyUoa 1^ q.
Oxiiu-Of Wheat about B.nOObush-'s were
■old a 180 ceutt for ordinary white, J.V. to , _■ »M -y,-.
good; 104 to 168 for prime and choice 16u rents ^ fair •
Zimmerman sold at 150 cents V bushel Corn-u. ,**“* '"
request, and told at «0-®72ern-\ weight, hut TeioH *u l»l«k
dull an t lower, and bn u.ht 716471 rents wMgM *'* *u'Swk
Pk.p trloxb—The Provision n. ,.-k t Is qul-t,
had reported a sale of irt bhd*. Hum* on |.,lv,tet a®*"5s
quote bhool I- rt zt c-nt* Mdesal*1 ,«.* **'••
Sntn-i—There le hut little doing In firs,, "b/eq, \ * ( "
Clover are making at -*4 fAV/it 75»or fait to n.! , *“■ •*! t •
Ttroo’hy at *8.25(^8.80, and Elaxtued al |l,») V, ??. " Aty,
SrOAK— There were no tslev of m-.m-ot t>q».
hear of, hut the market le firm W* qurte u « '** *• «*,
English Island at 6.1; (, 71, cents for refining gr*,t^ *• r>k* u.
groert'style,; Porto Rico aed Louisiana g», cy- ! *'
to fair tXfijrSX forfnly ftlr to prime choice * ** * ,w
WittsKT-1* dull to-day. The only sal, rtpo-t,/ ta I.-.,,
al24>% -cr.t,. We quota Country at*!X cent* r”
22X cei.U V gallon- ' [
NEW ORLEANS MARKETS, March31»
froA* —There ha* been a fair demand for LouUt,.,
Ing the past week, and price* are without an? ms-ed7f*' -11
though -he qualities shove fair have le-r. heavy uTT1
the trar saetlons have been at Inside figures. ‘ ' * ■"tv ’
We last week ieporte l sale* t» the amount of ah-.r •
on plar.iatlon at a range nf 6', ftk 8,,, a.f . '* 44h
hea-d c.r further contldcrat-l* sales embracing ,-m. iv***
about tlic tame range, hut mostly a* 7Vi<%7 v* -p s, .
Aceonllng to -h-annual st.lemeot of Jir'p a rk»
the tugsr crop of LoulsMna the pest «e,-o0 embrace ^
hhdsthr weight ofwhlch was eatimatr.l at *24Him ;I-S
of Texas was s ated atRTW bhds of lli'klfiia. ’ 1 ’» .
M.t.i-Fermenting descriptions of M-lasses hare t
good reques'. for refi-lng purpose,, rrpe,-|,||r .. r »
muscov tdoAc., and prlc. t have ru e I as high is fer r *
ed. Th* #aie* of the week have arncuoted to shout rssk. I!"
ken pa fly for Atlantic poris, the We.r,,*e., buttnestj, f ., ' u
and wc now quote prime to choke .ll® i*- h bbla s«4 t.,,. ’1
about 3t*. (I gallon higher, according tn quality, ** Na
The Imports of Cuba Molass** recently h ,ve here |i,«.
number of cargoes are now on the market •* 444 • L
The yield from the I. >ultla-i* Cane crop th* lut I rain,
mated !.v Mr. Champolner at IT,*.** ]tg> gallr m I
gallon* the prevloua year. ’ ,-M |
T.iba.xvj - The movement In tobacco continues »lt‘,r„.
tlo > th- ugh wc have noticed son.- few buyers |a q, p . *’ • I
hear oft toe few offers f^r roun-l lots, the rite, ’
irttan-- « being below the view, »f holders. The .<!,« „r"'*■4
week a. fur »• w- could 1-arn bate rmbrtced shout IfXkMT
several lots, but ri e price. ha,e been s-ippr-ttci f - *n ,,r„,
hl.de at 7c. sod 8 at 10c. Iff V>.
OsAts.—Tlie sale* of corn the last three dsri htre emtr
some 22 18)0 sacks mostly at 686468 and 7ft- for Interior set
narv m' ved, 726475c for good yellow and mixed to , ,
aril 7*-6'0 • V bushel for prime whl’e inlirdsnA whl'e
talea thus amounting to about 42,(XX) sack* Io thru. .' ’
l.iint tif nr, f..rlh.rlr,n...-,l„.. '■»'*
Wuisi.it.—The market 'nr tills article rnmlnnee Terr&i i
we have noticed tales of only a few hundred hhlsla BtitiHi.ii
da Ing 'he past week at for reetlfisd asdflPgi.e'V
gallon for raw
Com*.—The market has been very quit' during the put M
hot prir.-shave undetgone but ll'tlei hangs, the I Jet hi i u„
ed barely if >00 bags at a range of HJtChl.'iig* y j, gr,
fair to g od at 12 ..®l i. and prime at ItHt. |h Tker.
been no Imrocs dorlng the wet k and the stocs now r-tnainlr fu ■,
and *ec nd hainls Is abua' 28,1100 bagj against 2u,t»*i at'hi
date last vear.
'I'll I (■( AHAN'I KK STOCK OF TM III
X OI.sIA LIFE INHURAXCK COMPANT hating beeasi,."
ed and t‘te Company oegan led, they wl.l be prepared it
Icles on, or before the Ifth of April, at their offlre, eppret,
Atner'cr.n Hotel, corner Main ard Eleventh streets. '
this C unpany It instituted with a view to retain at hew to
large sums heretofore paid front necessity to North err. oSces; tU
it based upon the principle of mutual Interest, snlbmeli i(
surert and Insured.
\riHGINIA LIFE 1NM/RAWOE roflpin,
Ai a meeting of the Stockholders of the Virginia Ll.v Isn
ranee Company, held at the oflice of the Merchants' laiunt -
Company, In the city of Richmnod, on WEDNESPaV, tlrf.i
March, '56), the following gentlemen were eir ted a Board of I>
rectors
Wm II. Mai far land, John Purcell,
Joseph Allen, Baoi'l T I’ayie,
Ros oe B. Heath, “ Joe K. Ac 1 erica,
Thd. W. McConce, C. (i. Ran.ey,
John H. Montague, Ro. U M«u-y,
David i.Butr, Jo A. Ccwsrdln,
Lew s 'Holer, Bet) H Noth,
John honet. P T. M.-'.'e,
Jss L. Apperson, J hn II. Clalbyrnt,
Lew e D. C sms Law, M. C. Wh-rry,
Wm 0. Psloc, Wm. H. Christian.
H. K. C. hsakerslll, Wvndham Robertson,
8am I J. Harrison, John C. (htfer,
Wm II. Ha rail, Pet«-rO. WarwI.-k,
Rob.. T llrooar, R. O Ha-kl i.
Oeo D, Shell. EJward Nerve!!,
We llngton tiaddln, Oto. J. fluBaer,
John Dooley. D. 8. Wooldridge,
rp.in the adjournment'( the meeting of ?t u kho i!en,tieB.*rt
of Directors conv. ried, and elected the folkwing i *.-•>«
Pruidmt-VOA. H 'UCFARLANP
Vlrr prf*idrnt~SAM’I. J HARRI80S.
rtnry-J. ADAIR PIFAHaNTX.
Pky*irian—Dr. BLAIR BUR WELL
Att >mry—ROBCOE B. HEATH, Esij.
By ordee of the Board
mh2n- -dial_J. ADAIR PLEASANT?, hecretsn
from frank Lr*Ut't Jllv*tratrd A’»icsj«rp«r, New Tort, Isjj
8i), 1859
PASSING NOTICE.
Thk H irurtctmeta's Faigtrn —Srn*i»u'» Pur atm Gua-T s
adml'ahle a.lol lontoour standard household economics silk
balled by all good housewives as a boon long wished far, hull
erto uuaktained. > rau-ivo' Prsnaao dirt is perfectly advpec
for those timely repaint to household ware*, furniture crutirrT
a d for fancy work, that is almost dtlly demanded by the IV
etice of every housekeeper. It Is chemically held la solute a. « -
withstand the action of c Imate and time, retains It full streagd
and Is put up In as-iug convenient bottle, with a brush, sa'«
twenty f.re cents. On b.Jnu apph. d. th* chemicals tvaddy m,
rate and the glue becomes firm quickly,and adheres wlihtb-in* • I
ty of th. beat cabinet-mater's glue. For wood, lesthe ,er stvr
article* where glue Is ever u»ed, It is Just the thior. We baseuUJ
It, and speak by thec.rd. In the countiy It still bemralai: -.
and nobody In the city will think of doing without It. il Mr
dpaldin* deslrea to become a candidate for the Presidency,
his frien is stick like i is fide, he wti be sure of an elec-ooa.
DAianiM a itii ui'lll-.litli 3 la 11,0 De*i an L ■■ "I
rat article for dreaalng, beautifying, rleanulng, curling, prra,rr:(
and restoring Ui* balr. Ladles, try H. Sold by all drugr»<* *'•*
perfume a. mhl*-4tc
A Sacrifice of Nllka
STILL MURE SCRTISLVO.
AND OTHER
Elegant Dross CxooiIh,
Embracing lb*
LATEST NOVELTIES
IS MATERIAL AND DESI»'
At unprecedented prlees, bringing them within the rtach of ad>
figure! 10 per cent below the coat of Importation.
WATKINS A- FK KLFN.
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL DKALEKA IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRV GOODS.
159 Main Sirei la
Are now receiving and opening their third supply of
&PLKXDIV SPtilSG GOODS,
MASY of which have been purchased at Die aoctioe mV* t
New York during th>-paet week, at which thegrtcra *•
lower than ever known before. In
SPI.CNDID SILKS.
DRESS GOODS.
In elegant Satin itrlped and Cammeanx
OEfUSDIC*
In plain and flounced SKIRTS;
beautiful CHINTZ MOLSUNE DE CHIVE;
SATIS PLAID GRIVADIVE, afid,‘
And BROCHE BEREOE A.VGLAlSK;
RICH LACE AND SILK MANTU*
rmbruiduier
BHAWUL
UOCSE FURNISHING 000IS.
LINENS,
PRINTS, M
PLANTATION PLAIDS AND STRIPES at factory f ' _
Either by wholesale or retail, they are prepared to ofwto
menu a: CMaaTo ruud'iu iB.
WAT KISS A nCILES'8
SECOMt OPKMUi OK SILK*.
ON WEDNESDAY MORNING, THE 4th IV*
We shall be prepared <o 4ahlhlt an Cxaivauibswf* * ■
of thi* r\ o!ce»t itylrt am! *jtr>nl*hir j jjrir^a.
Q THl'JUJDAY iiaoriilnK. UirCrth. «Ul
ell*! Mock of French Lacr, Durn.mle Puihrr an I Hr»l *•***- ^
B reg»* Mantlet ami fhawit, tome of which are *****
enf/r-c/p »etc In atylc. -„ c
MTi'ir beautiful TRAVELLING SUITS for ladlea,
a beautiful variety, will be exhibited at the aaoe time, bar
meet, the extent and elegance of which an adrrrtlaemW - ^
no loea, wlil well repay the examination of all cla>*e*0Jv
buvrra. By oolite attention, the heat good*, at the Wwr
and liberal term*, We strive to deaerve the patronage oat
aP2 watkins a fic*1'
SOUTHERN SEWING MACHINE
LKbTUt NMM’FHTI KING (OMI’A'L
Itirli inOlltl, V*.
THE lubscrlbers have formed a joint etoch company Ul
pose of manufacturing
LESTER'S CELEBRATED
TWO-THREAD, LOCK-STITCH, hi*1"17
SOWING MACHINES.
which, from simplicity of construction and adaptadoo ( e,
cite* of needle work, aunds unrivalled, anJ we owr r]i
public wlih full confl lence, be levtng Dial a fair trial ^
chine wLI aatiafy all of our ability to furtiUh <Ma »»■ „ . ■
In domer'lc economy, fr>m OCR OWN FA®WRE“*' B, .»
In every reipect equal to the beat furnlebed by Vortner
lories. ,M1| agt*
These machines are manufactured and sold ’ t<a(*
fram Eli... Howe, Jr , Wheeler A Wilaon'a »nou aetu^U ^
uy, Orover A Baker's Sewing Machint Company,
a6o.
John 11 I .eater, Jaic.enB. Kant,
Abram Warwick, p. Unite* Raaeh.
Horace I. Kent. Christian A Lalbrrp,
Edmond. Davenport A Co., P. C. Warwick. Jc,
W. O. P.L.o, Bolling W. H.xail,
J. L. Apj eracn, H K Ellyaon,
D. 8. Wooldridge, B w. Ku >wUa, .
Thoa W McCain a, Thoa U
James Dunlop, John A Geo '*! »
Thoa. R IMc?.' Keen, B.l twin A •J1"
Wm Be, ra, Edmond A Davenport,
J H Montague, 0. Oencet,
W B. Warwick, Wm. A
R. R Howlaon, 8 MeGruderNSooe.
W H Macfarland, L. w. UUaabrook,
Saw’I Putney, John PurnaU.
Ueo. J Sumner, . Cr"u^*1 ZZm.
Wm. H. Haxalll H. E. C BaakervUi,
T. B. Statics, Corbin Warwick.
Wm. Palmer, Oeo. W. TSBWjh
John Thompson Brown, J»* *• L JWV,,, ’
Joe. P. Wlaaton, W. B Pleaaanu.
Sam’l J. llarrlaon, .^a as-! I
N. B—Ia>c*l AfentawanteJInAllLelAhl*
thh DnlteJ States and Canada, to Sell the above ^ a
*» “• »““• ““"“ffiAitasSS I
■m-*
LABD.-100 lea. .upvtlur WNjfV wiiTBi- * * ,
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