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RICHMOND DAILY WHIG.
TEEMS: Dally Pupv, $8 p«r urn; Semi-Weekly. 8S; Wjekto, 88; »>• way, lo advance. Remittance* may be mad* at th* rtekof th* PibMfn la all mm* where evidence I* taken an the deposit af b tetter In lb* Po*t 0«c* oo plaining money. B Ok* Square, (!• fine*) nr lem, on* tnaerUoa. '* Rack additional Insertion . * On* month withe cl alteration.8» » Three do do .W W fiU > do do .»» . Tw.lv. do de .»W Two Iqaarm, Three months .19 °* Tvettc noothi....... ...90 10 No adverttoemoot to he cooM lined by the month or year mnifs specified oa th* Manaserlpt, so previously agreed open he* let's tl>e parties. . An advertieemenl not marked oa the copy tor atpeelfled nnm bar at Inserilona will t* continued an til ordered eat, aad payment •Iftrt-'tl MConttB|t|. aasrui* Apcurcmm-ft »»oU %ny mteamlertUadtac •nth* part o I th* Annual tdventoera. It 1* proper to Rate dutimetty thai their prlvUegeo only extend* to their Immediate bualnem. Real bine, legal and all other Advertise* enU tent by them to h* an additional charge, sod no vwrlstlon heal Katale and lienerel Agenta' Adve garments not to he a Inserted hy the year, hut to he charge! at the usual rates <ahl««‘ to each Jtoeounm a* thall be agree,! upon. IW hooSoetlera end vearly sdverlisers, generally, engaging one •r more epuares with the privilege or change, thall not, on their wear y average. In any on* week. Insert more than th* amsual •greed Upon a* the standing rale under the contract, and all excee ding inch amount to be charged at th* usual rales A leartlaemeni* Inserted In the Semi-Weekly Whig bt 75 cent* per «|awe of lO line* or lem tor the first Insertion, and SO cents par square for each continuance, or If weekly. 7 S cents , ~fitEEIiAN SWPSOfj^ Vw HISKH^VVIllSKt)/ WE oflbr foe isle the shore standard brand of fin*-Co*p*r tt.stille l-WsHed nee Whisky, In imer-ls and half barrels— At s It of our own dlotmlalion, and highly improved by «ge, wo coo Vlently'rrcua tend It as the re a mV and beet Whisky that cun I possibly be Watitled. W e also ofier our Old Fatuity Ky«* Whisky. * and other brands, from the largest Mock of Pin* Whiskies la th* Ca ved rtales PHEEII A1 A Ph.mli Distillery, (hstAe Ktrar, rkUodatpAaO. OttlCU MW.U Prsaev, Ns« Y.utn . an 1 lot la*.th P»1ST St.. Puuaneirma. MM. A WILLIAMS. BAMCRL V. REID WILLIAMS * REID, - . PRODUCE Commission Meit'hants, a». t avrxrr *al.yct axk srcojtd jtrrrt, fiurluaatl, Ohio. Bcdldt osdscs tor all kinds «T Wraton Prod nee, and rank* liberal rants Ad van res an Consignment* fur sale, tr JH rt hand 1st- bought and Stored on account of purchaser!, self—dtt____ yilHE NEW AND POPt LAK HOOKS, (NOT FOB THK DAT ONLY.) air Rohan1! Gltosk. By a Contributor to “Tbs Atlantic.* This wonderful book pronounced by critics superior to say similar American book, has pamedto the Third Edition tid'd. Germaine. Bv krmcfin Awcr. This aaUtor rank* .Bret In Pan,, and his nooksare read more than any other author's. “This ch .rming novel to byt far hi. bed book." Bt.dd. Kctleri o( Ibri luail. Sixth Edition of this elegant -Work Is ready Wotloniy a m.« interesting story but the band -Su'oeat book of the cUt ever imued. This new edition is still an 'improvement ovsr others in beauty of binding. fl.Ot). The Roman Unrsdon. By E:.»fvn Aaorr Thin to the “Boston Correct I vioa," edited by Rev. k. N. Kirk, and to .correct in evvry parfleuiar Stic _; Art Her rent to us, richly ilmst rated, eontdnlng Inatroe Al.nsia Drawing Urecian Fainting. Antique do . Waxwork. Hair do an I In fact to all of the elegant acec mpllshmeots of the day.— A valuable book tor teachers and these who would become leacb wrv. Tnian Romos laruotm ♦!,». _ . Htogn.pliy of No1f-Taught-Tlfn—universally ac Anowledged as on* of the best books tor youth ever published. sOc. Above tor sale by nil Booksellers, and sent by mail by the Pub ***“**• j g_ TILTON A OOMPANT^ Boston_ REMOVED. GA k. BABGAMtN, JR.. have removed to their New Store, , No. TIT Main Street, .even do-r* above the r old stand where they have Increased their facilities tor dolcg ail kinds of work la their line, such as putting up every description oi Water Futures. Hydrants, Water Closets, Baths, Boilers, Cooking Ranges, , Pumps, Hydraulic Rams, Ac Putting up Portable Gas Works, Biting un buildings with gas pipes and fixtures. All aorta of tin work. Roofing, Ac . heating buildings with hot air water or steam. Thev take this occasion to slate that the* have the best Hot AD furnace in this or any other country, which they will put ap and warrant to give satisfaction. A large assortment of plain and fancy Un ware, and Grate* and Pen lers ale ars on band.___bb*1 " t'OPtKTNKKSMlP NO ITCH. T H tVgthw Jay associated with me, in the Commission, Grocery 1 and Liquor bnainess, W. L Naker The business will be con ducted in the naaec of J. W. MIPR 4 CO. J. W WIPR. No. ». Main Sir set F. R-I take this opportunity to return my sincere thanks to my friends, tor their liberal share of patronage daring the last hrss pears, and *jHcit tor the new concern their conUnueUya^orv^^ HOOFING!! tsR.i V CL KOON 1C» !!! W • BIOTE.Vl (OB FELT) R'jOFJ.YG!!!! TIN HOOPING. l We are now prepared Is pat on the GRAY tL ROOFING, of a very wuyerii r (jOAlUy, la toti or curouj. A*o. all kindi of GCTTIRA. CONDUCTOR* _ w ao l LIGHTNING RODS. CH 1RUCM, 0. YALR A (XX, lyjl ^ Iron Block Govvrnoc EXTRORDI.YARY JL1D ELEGA.YT Sl'PPUES OF * YEW GOODS. May Irt, I860. rfl R. PKICi: A CO., are making large sdiUUonn to thdr I M,ienJl 1 Mo. k. from the ■*.*« re. rest •mp.icAlfMe. (or .Spring Ai Summer svles. In every department. Jual opened and mors aspected (fourty. Beautiful Nik Poplalns, all color* Beg.nt Anglais Robe*, choice ground Silk Tulhnetta, en-Jrsty new Another lot heaulitol Lawns, so ranch desired 8 Grey Foulards, the Isst in m.rkct . Black moarnlng Niks and TaSetas, very low • Lace and Muaha Collars . Hoop Skirts - Linen and Cambric Travelling Betts, Ac., Ac. The Mantilla Department and Manuf.cVry la now very toll, in Lm . . a __a __-to 1 -aa la lka mwml mgt.iarnt* AiuCtatoIT—II— Mi l if a rw»fto«er cannot be *nite4 from the tfMfc. th«y will be tn*d* to order, of any ohape and vfoaiit/, upon a few ■ k art n»*tice. _ T , wwofa nv_ Kf oBINNON A KOB*4KTW,Corner Oary bud l»W«td. oCm to* dale the followlo* ante lee— luu tone Nu. 1 Purualan Guana, So - •• American “ t * ja " ** Ptoc and 0oarer BaaifDuat, ' liMd tetela. Soprrior roar. Ultra Soprrflpe.do., IUA “ Upe do., ltM * Noe dm. • SO “ 0«*xa Middling* do, 80 oaaeo 0. C. Ucorioe Paul*. J! _ 8o “ C & do. da, as* S. 1 d. do., KkiOtba. prime Gum Arabic, 1000 “ “ Anauatura Touqua Prano, aao ** “ Para do. do., pan aoxea boot brando OUre OC, 100 baaa Black Peaa, 80 " Clorer Seed, flu - Prince Edward bland Oita, *m *• Pilferikd Charcoal. a, Ipeu for We Manhattan OU Company wo efcr Maeon’a —t other Ob foe aalr. at the Company 1 priced, and raa -. t.it* aolicit ordera for the lame. __ ROBINSON * BOB BBT*. WX.fi B1TLEK A SOt, IMPORTERS OR CHI.VV AND E VR THE.YH ARE. 19 Pearl or 11th Ntre* I, Hitr« now on hand a aeneral aaaortmewt of (ooda In their Una Mltahle to the Refuel Tr-u/a, eenoetlng at DINNER, TEA and TOILET SETS. AND DETACHED PUCES, GLASS WARE. WAITERS. . PLATED GOODS, • BRITANNIA WARE, m- e WATER COOLERS, r ft. REFRIGERATORS, , JAPAN Ell TOILET WARE, PANCT CHINA GOODS, Ac.. which they are oSerine at low rated. They reopoctmlly aak an aa am: nation af -heir STOCK. WE. P. BCT1.KR A SON Hot K AND SODA W ATKB.-Cull Et J. P. DCVaLA Dru* Store and get a freeta draught af APARKUNG I10CK A>D RIDA. Prcah Syrup# made from the limit, alwaya on hand. Ajo Claret. Port Wine and Water Melon Syrnpo._J«‘ IID! FOR 114.RVEST. K __been thoroughly touted during the 5 i aix year#, and hue now all the Improratnrnta that hare pra | aent^I thcraaelrru during that time We arw authortaed la wan ); rant the Reaper, In all rtapecu, and will make an exhibition at to w .fkieg qt ahtlea to thooe unacquainted with It, alUie brm of R f A WaU, 8 mtlas bom thb city, oo the Mechantckrritle Turnptka. —w URO. WATT A 00. KKPI.EEI) hit A BN— U bbla extra C. CoSm Bogan SO “ Oat Loaf Bagar 80 “ Crnuhed * 80 “ Pooderad “ SO *■ Graaubted** for aalr by ^|g __R H SK1NRRR A CO. Bacon and Urd us hbda. ebako Weotorn Sldaa *8 •* “ “ Should era % b) bbla is fiat# Le%I Lb* d lOOhega choice Loaf Lard, Iter family ore. Por tab by j.,g_ _ R H. atINRRR A 00. -U riTfMWWRMCKMkjdPlTldl, mu |b Qh *. ipriOM A 00„ I* HfMifiiNwiitniiiiiMti 0 YOUR ^PBCIAL ATTENTION 18 AMID to mi lorft eeeortmvttt of Spring Clothing, embracing tbc non EXTENSIVE KTOCE.___ GREATEST VARIETY OF CUOICI 8TTLR8 and BEAT BARGAINS, we hare ever offered. We propone to make It the INTEREST Of all porch«aere to boy from ue, by keeping erery rartety »nd -i— 0f Goode of Dwmeellc nr-Foreigu Manufaciore; and aa oor ra ctllUee and eapeHeoee In thin Hue of buelncee glee ue Important ad ruugeo, |ln which oor patrone eh are' your lotereel will be PROMOTED By calling at the OLD AND FAVORITE HOUSE, |#9 M sin Strwl, KEEN BALDWIN A WI1.L1AMB. IMPROVED FRERCIi YOKE 8HJRT EMPOBIl’M. Gentlemens Furnishing Goods Ilf k have now uo hand over **> do« FhlrU, aU pricey qualities IT ami aisles, which we are closing out at reduced prices These *hlru arv all mad* with the famous Improved French Toks, and ars warranted to fit. ^ . »>ur assortment of Ties and Cravats can't be beat la the city of **We would call attention to our large slock of Under Shirts and Drawers, which is verv full, and conUlos full lines In Sl«, Uause M-rinses Linen, and Cotton . W« have Increased our facilities for making Shirts to order, at the shortest possible notice, and a perfect ftt warranted. Also, on hand, a flue stock of Ready Made Clothing. BTURTKVANT A magwirw, j#1J Ho. 91 Msin Street, Cor, 14th m. SI Tl X niLLEK Have on band a fine 1st of SHIRTS AND COLLARS, Il» «AIN cTKKRT, RICH ft on P, VIRGINIA,__ SI V| PWON A ’Ill'.KH WOCLD roll •prcltl .t'eatluo to iheir Mock of Sommer (ueef meee*, which they tr< <Uterminni to ecll *t rery reduced r Horn le Ibe time for Bargain*. Coll »t j,4 ; 119 Weln Street, Richmond_ RRW CLOTHl\G STOCK. mu* SUBSCRIBER, U Agent, will open about the 14th Inet, In X the store now occupied by H. C. Barton, No. 109 Mala sL, an eo’dre new stock *>• CLOTHING AND geiti fi'Rvmino goods. Which he le having manufactur-d under hie own auper.lalon ; and hopve, with hie eapeilvnee end knowledge of the bueinree. he can • trr each a Hack u will meet the .ante and eccure Ibe patronage if hta Me-.da The More will be refitted to eult the boeloeee, and every effort will be wade to produce nil liir neceeeary articlce, and in euch title eg w,U make the etock unobjectionable and attractive. WM S. TUPMAN, met If Late of Tnptnan A HulL SPUING AND St VIVIBH ftOFHING, OF OIK u IF ft A ft § HOME MAflUFACTuRK. OUR stock of Ready Made Clothing is complete, and we a*k the stteotloa of our cueb mrn and public In gcmral, to call aod he convinced who **an *ell the cheapest, and best made Clothing in this city. Our stock ts large, and we will continue to make up during the Aiomrr, so as to ho able to ke* p our stock in complete ness. We will, also, make Clothes to order, In the latest styles, a»l will warrant to ftt or no sale. A Urge stock of C.oths, Cashmeres and Vestings on hand. All we ask is a call, and look for yourself, st K MOKRIW A rO., apgjj 1»*U Main Street_ Kit' II MO>D J1.IDL ( LOTHINti, Increased Facilites. THR subscriber has been manufacturing Clothing in the •• rity of Richmond over twenty years, and has at this time fr"tn to lu> bands in his employment, and will, in J1J tne n«*»t month or tan. make Urge additions to that nuin- ■ 11. her Having taken the story over his store especially for manu facturing purposes, he U determined to make any article In the do’hlng line that shall compare In every respect, with clothing made iu Northern cities, and he u*ks the patronage of his old mend* and the public gea-rauy, u view oi uie iaci uim »e » giv ing employ nun. In oar railxt to a large number of mechanics and worthy females, who m ght otherwise lufftr for the necessaries of life He ha* the best of cutter*, and materials not to be surpass ed by anv house In Ihecouatry. Maryland, Virginia, Carolina* and Georgia Cassimeres and Tw»e«U of all grades ami color*. Strictly a Southern Manufactur ing House, as all shall be satisfied by a personal Inspection of not what he intends to do,but what he has been doing for years past. 1C. U 8PINCK, Ctothisr and Tailor. mhS Corn. Main and ISth its., Richmond, Va. ISM. NOTICE. 1809. E. I). KEELING. TAILOR AND CLOTHIER, No. Ii« Multi Strict, nASjiut returned from New York, knil !• now prepared lo e« hlblt the moat attractive Mock of go* de that he haa ever hail tha pteaaurc of offering to hia friends and tha public, conalatlng In fmn0t CL0TH8, CASSPIEKES AND VESTIN68, of the newest styles, which he will make to order In the moat ap proved manner. rile warranted to pltaae tn all caves. AUK). In More and receiving, a choice eelec-lon of gent's, yeuthi' and childrens READY-MADE CLOTHING, •f every grade and etyle. _ Gk.NTLaMK.V8 rtntNlltniNG GOOD*, aucl u Shirts, Collars. Ties, Gloves, Socks and Drawee*; Merino Shirts and Drawers, of good quality. mrU _k. D KKKUNG, No. 1* Main Mreek liKCAMi EXTRACTOR* SOB BEM< >v:M PAiXT TAR. WAX, OB AIT KIBD Of GREASE, raoa all aisnior SILK AND WOOLEN DRESSES, AND rilOM Broadcloths. Oas^imeros, &c Without tkt dighUtt injury to thtftxbrict. THIS article ha* b*en used by many person* throughout th country, and ha* received the highest recommendation*. It al*c received the tllvrr medal at the last Mechanics' Fair. It 1* ma le In thla city, and dear nre* the patronage of the 8»»uth. To b* had of the principal druggist* and at my laboratory, corner Main and luthxta, Richmond, Va. IDWARDT. FINCH, Analvtlrsl nbMtniMt. VVM. SAtTLKR & CUT~ HO. IIS, Nil A STREET, RICHMOND, VA., DIALIKS In Color*, Painters' and Artist*’ Materials Varnlahe*. White L«ad and Zinc Palnu,oll and water Color* Bngllsh, French, and American Bngravlng* Lithographs suitable for Grecian Painting Print* for P*tic homanle Painting Mathematical Instrument* for Architect* and Knglneerv French and Kngllah Drawing Paper Windsor and Newton** Tube Color* Bngllsh and German prepared Canvas* Virtue* Vr«MM and 4 »• Moulding*, etc. f*eM> I’ I LCAVI • B TBBTH ! jr—» —v > VI LCAKITK TBFTH! -V ORRAT 1MPROVK.MKNT IN ARTIFICIAL • TBBTM f ^ LJLLT 0. W. JONBB. DesTT-T, having the rlg*t for making TKCTH on the vulcanl e plate, aad lt*ngmi ti*M Urn al*nhit* imptruwi'y oUtraU ' tkrr m»tho*!n, having thorough y teeted K for tictltt mouth* In a large number sod turn* **f tkt moti dtfUu/t eaee* where gold and other plate had utterly faded < otnmtmdt it with tnhrt ronjtdmct to ?hu*e desiring full or |>arilal *et» of te th, s* Ctally ijf di*mtti»fl d with tkutt Aey are war The per adaplitioH *»/ tk* platt% and tkt tnrtion tktrtby ttcurtd, enable* him to Insert one or more teeth without clatpt, which, In the gold plate has rendered so manv teeth piiu/ul and wwl***.— Having been adopted hv tho*e landing highest In the profession, North and boulh, testimonial* will be given and specimen* eshlbl ted to tho*e wishing to see them. 1,.U*I or any otktr platt made, of course, for such a* prefer them F iling, cleansing, regulating and all other operations gently and thoroughly performed Teeth extracted witkoutpain, by tltctririty% having nrirxU'Unt ton * two hand ml fertk wtik it. *h and 10th._*_—8 _ btio. ADIE & GUAY, liWU. DISTILLERS AND MANUFACTURERS CAMPH1SB AND HCHNING FLHD. *UW H>UM 1» ALCOHOL, SPTS. TURPENTINE, K KKOSINE ud LINSEED OIL*. All of which they offer to the trad. at the lowmt market rate., tor xu* |y» _ 147 Mala 8tr«*^ OA II III.s. PI'UBOLD noI'KBON WHISKY. DU WCaaea *• “ “ “ 100 “ “ “ Moaongaheta “ 100 •• Mad.rla, Sherry ami Port wine, 100 “ Cherry, Blackberry and Dinger Brandy, St) “ Dinger and Blackberry Wine, 80 “ Peppermint and Clnnamet Cordial, 10 “ Charter i>ak Wine BUtere, 20 •* Vlo do Verilnny, SO “ OUrd. Dupay A Co.’i Brandy, SO Baekete Heldtlck A Co.'. Champagne, • Vor tale low by „jg| _SNODGRASS A JOHNSTON. NEW STATIOSEHT, *c.-Jo.t opened t^day.a large eupply ot new and ».aunable| Stationery, which will be told low Cap Letter, Commercial, Note and Billet Paper*. Buff ami White Envelopes, Document, Letter, Nste, Loof and Opaque, * great variety. a [»avtd*t and Arnold's Ink, gallon, h*lf ralljn, quart, pint, 4c. Whitney’s, Draper’s and Flat Inkstands. Faber’s and Lubla's Pmclte, best quality. Sealing Wax, Bill and Reference FUes. Quills. Plate Pencils, Tape, Pencil Lea/s. Idee, Scissor* In cases, Thick Bktting P4j»«r. Puat-Oficc B-ixee, Baokgsmmon Bo arils, 4c. A new and full supply of Leather and Tuck Memorandum Books, of all rise* end kinds Ibk-Aand. Mu ullage. Bonnet Boards and Rubber Pencils, everything naw and desirable received as soon as manufactur er U * W. HARGRAVE WHITE'S, J#l __ITS Mala Sirs*!. JACOB REED, MANUFACTURER OF MILITARY CLOTHING, ft. B. Cor. SccodI And Nprucc »U., PUILADELPHIA. Nil I.IT ARY CLOTHS FOR SALE. Piano*: piano* :-p. il tatlor h„ «.**! w good kcoiiI hanJ PlAno* for e*le cheep for carh. A lerge "** Mu-C‘l IB MAIN STREET. 1 moons, BKOO.es.-W. haw Jw* KMtord aaolliii ■ » consignment of Brooms, mad- altn* North Carolina Institute for the Deaf and Dumb and the Blind, for sale low, by j«i» John m oohdon a *on._ FOK SALK.-4000 V,“Lnd Tcoom... Sd Mort, ft ft Bond Afk<0 York Hirer ft ft. 8 p«r out Road. M dim Richmond Fir. Amo Stock, by 0. W PUBOELl. A 0f>. POINTHY CTBBD HA MM.-A f.w .cry .np«W C CooMry Cared Huw, J-t r^rml. fo^y^ ^ J.JO Cary «trc«4. JANNKHft* OIL-188kbktoy>4 ClLtM AND B IMTHBSW ABB.—W*h»w oa I hood a eoBttote ttock of th. ak"»«. M*a4 » &•**■". ““UJ* an I print. FamlllM, whlah w. ac dMMmlaad to mU m low a. rfmlU, good, can k. bought la *»y Brn.„ * „>*. Jrf# 1» P«a-I or 14th Mrwi. W) ft FI NMD II OARft-Wi bbla Ca*L«af.l>a.h.d F^W is red, ft ran ul sitd 4 Cruds 1 and E; E> boMi Lnnf dn. I* "}$'• to, Ml. ky lgWM WU1 * JOM 0 WADli RICHMOND WHIGS Prom the Picayune of the let. BELL AND EVERETT IN NEW ORLEANS. The friends of Bell snd Everett assembled in goodly numbers last night, at Odd Fellows’ llall. The meeting was called to order bv W. R. Norccmb, Esq , wbo nominated for President Charles M. Conrad, Esq . and for Vice Presidents, Messrs. Harry I. Hays and J. W. /. tchsrie. J. W. Seymour, Esq., was appointed Secretary. The President addressed the assembly, and explained the object of the meeting. He reviewed at length the position of parties, and showed the Republican princi ples domineering in tlte North, anti asked what could be expected from a parly headed and guided by such men as Seward, as Sumner, as Chase—men who have ap plauded the criminal attempt made by John Brown. We, though not belonging to the Democratic psrtv, had been accustomed since several years to look to that patty as the ouly party antagonistic to tbc Black Repub lican party, and when the Charleston Convcutiou assem bled, we looked to its proceedings with solicitude. Wbat was the first act of that Convention?—a split between tbc friends of Douglas and the other Democrats, who were anxious to have a platform adopted which tht. considered a model of patriolisni and wisdom. In this di-pute about platforms, the Democratic party broke to pieces aud dissolved. Neither of the two fractions of the Democratic pirtv can achieve a victory in this cam paign, and the only means of defeating Lincoln is to vote for Uell and Everett. Although differing with Stephen A. Douglas oa many points, and leavii g aside the question of squatter so vereignty, Mr. Conrad declared that lor D-iteiicaHegis latiou, be did uot know, north of Mason S; Dixou’s line, any man more uniform iu his princip'es and favorable to the question of slavery. More, lie had never heard more eloquent appeals iu favor of the rights of the South, than those made by Stephen A. Douglas—without ac cepting the great statesman of South Carolina, the ora cle of the South, John C. Calhoun himaelf. The speaker proceeded to demonstrate, notwithstand ing all this, that Stephen A. Douglas does not have a shadow of a chance of being elected President; that he will not get a single State in the South, and but a few in the North. As to Mr. Breckinridge, admitting for argument’s sake, that he could, as his friends pretend, get the vote of all the Southern States, how can he be elected when every Northern State who does not vote for Lincoln will vote for Douglas. The Admiuistratiou, with all its strength, cannot give Breckinridge the vote of Pviinsyl vania. lii || and Everett have the best elinuce of getting every Southern State, and the teasou is, that the Southern peo ple, knowing that neither Docglus uir Breckinridge cau be elected, will uot be willing to throw away their vote, but will unite ou Bell and Everett, whose platform is one upon which every American can sUnd—the Cnion and the Constitution. All that is needed is a vigorous aud energetic move ment. The speaker was happy to see this movement in augurated in Louisiana. The object Ol this meeting waif the appointment of delegates to attend the convention at Baton Rouge, and ho hoped the assembly would ap point them. Mr. Conrad having concluded, Mr. Usys rose, iu an swer to loud calls from the audience, and made a spirit ed address, which was attentively listened to. He c-.lu men ted on the dissolution ol the Democratic party, and argued that there was a conservative principle in the .1- urmil.t unite unit .’nn.nlul.-li1 ucainst di* viiled factions. Mr. Marr then read resolutions authorizing the Presi dent to appoint a committee to select delegates to the Convention at Baton Rouge, on the Fourth of July; the number of delegates to be three (or each Representa tive. The resolutions being adopted, the President ap pointed on the committee : William J Seymour, J. Ber mudez, G. U. Mitchell, W. U. Noroom b, Cornelius >'cl loaes, Ilarmon Doaue, G. W. Parker. Whilst the committee was in deliberation, Mr. Marr entertained the assembly br some eloquent remarks, and although, he .-aid, he was uuprepnred to nuke a speech, he would undertake to show that John Bell occupies the highest positiou ever occupied by any statesm in on this same slavery question. He retraced some features ol Mr. Bell’s political career, and dwelt upon the California question in lain, and showed John Bell presenting a se nt s of resolutions which were to bring the questiou to an issue, at the very time that even the immortal Henry Clay was for pacification, for averting the evils of to dav, even temporally, aud though no final settlement was attained. The committee then returned and presented the names of delegates, which were read to the meeting and duly accepted, when the meeting adjourned. A DOUBLE MURDER IN NEW YORK About half-past seven o'clock on Saturday night a ter rible tragedy occurred in the city of New York, by which two persous weie almost instantly killed. The names ol the murdered men, of whom one was deliberately shot down aud the other killed while attempting to arrest the assassin, and Mr. John Walton, u weaKhy distiller, of the firm of Long A Walton, and Mr. John Watts Mat thews, a railroad conductor, lately residing at HI Union 1‘iaco It appears that Mr. Waltou had,in connection with bis distillery, a store at 9H west 25tli sfeet, and that he oc cupied a room over this store in company with his cous in, Mr. Richard II Past-all, who acted as biscleik. On Saturday night, Mr. Walton had been down to the dis tillery, and was returning in company with Mr. Pascal), wbtu at the corner of 18th street and Hd avenue they observed a man leauing against a tree. They passed him, and bad hardlv got fire paces from him when the man came up behind him and discharged a pistol «t Mr. Walum's bead, ihe shot taking effect bebiud the left ear. Mr. Walton fell to the pavement, aud waa afu rwards re moved to an adjoining dmg store, aid subsequently to the Bellevue Hospital, wln-ro he soon ceased to brcaihe. Iu the mean time Mr. Pascal!, in company with seve ral other persous who had witnessed the murder ol Mr. Waltou, pursued the murderer, and, at the corner of Irving Place and 16th street, one of the pirty, Mr. John Wats Mallhewr, hail got so near to him that the mur derer, lo avoid arrest, turned and fired at Matthews, the ball piercing his breast. Mr Matthews fell, exclaiming "he has shot meand in the confusion produced tue man escaped. Mr. Malhews was conveyed to the nearest drug store, but died almost before he reached it. The tiiurd< rer of those tw o gentlemen has not been identified; all search for him hvs up to the present time been unavailing. It is well Ituowu, however, that Mr. Walton's life hail been repeatedly threatened by a son ol his wife bv a prior marriage. Prom this lady Mr. Wal ton was endeavoring to procure a divorce, On the grouud that she treated him cruelly, and that he was at raid to live with her. Her name was Ellen M. Russell, She n-cd every means iu her power to prevent Mr. Walton f.om pursuing the suit for divorce, and two of her sons by a former marriage, Charles and E-lwin Jefferds, threat ened to take Waltou’s life if he did not stop the suit — As a protection against tin so parties, Mr. W alton never Jelt hl« ’Oom at uight unless accompanied by Mr. Pas call Warrants have been issued lor the arrest of the two JetleriU.—uomrur. SENATOR DOUGLAS’S SPEECH TO THE NEW YORK DEMOCRACY. After the Tammany Hull meeting, iu New d ork, last evening, the procession inarched to the J >fth Aveuue Hotel, where a very large crowd was co'lected, when loud criis arose for Douglas aud the ‘'Little Giant.” Mr. Douglas appeared and spoke es lollows: Kellow-cTliaen*— 1 tclum to you my most sincere thanks lor this manifestation of jour good feeling. It is grati fying to me to know that the uuited Democracy of the city of New York feel I he importance of the great con test now pending belore the American people. There is no place on the American continent, whose citizens ought, from their position, to he so enthusiastic in favor ot those great political principles which *hould be pro claimed alike iu every State of the luion, as in the Em pire State of New Yo’rk [Cheer*.] While every other S ate is iu same degree local in its character, having a peculiar circle for it* own trade,New York reachrs to the furthi rmost ends ol the comment, and across the whole world, wherever her Hag may wave over American soil and over American ship*. The whole country is the theatre of your commerce, your interest aud your influ ence, and you ought to sympathize with the people ol the distant portions of the republic as with thote who come into more immediate contact with you.^ Hence, my friend*, I expect to find the Democracy of New York standing a unit iu favor of those great political princi tics which recognize* the right* and property of the cit izens of every Slate and yet leaves every Slate perfect j free to manige it* owu affairs, miud its own business,it d which leaves its neighbor* alone. [Cheer* and cries ol “That'* right.”] My friend*, 1 made my appearance on this balcony to-night, for the purpose of acknowledging the coni' p!iim*iit you now j>«y me, »nd not to enter into political dicussion upon any of the political topic* of the Jay.— It is the first lime iu my file 1 have been placed in th« position to look on and see a fight without taking a ban iuit. [Cheers and laughter] 1 shall, however feel nt less interest in this great political struggle, tor I believi that the well-being ol this country and be popularity o the Union depends upon maintaining intact aud invio late those great cardinal principles for which the Demo cratic partv now, a* in former times, are pleo'g d b] that platform and organization. [Cheers.] I renew t< you mv sincere thanks for your kindness upon this oc casion.’ [Loud applause, during which Mr. Douglas re tired from the balcony.) Addresses were then made by Messrs. Do-ieny, Mu Sweeney aud others, but the audience appeared tin good-humored to listen well, and preferred to v sit Ml Dougla* In the parlour, to which a largo and inisce. laneou* crowd aocordiugly retired. A few momeut were ipeut iu this mutual interchange, aud the compau; separated. Reportkd Altercatior.—It is reported that the Pr« sideut and Senator Gwin of California, whose relati ini political and personal, have hitherto been of the n o intimate character, bad a violent altercation on Saturda; last, and are now very bitter in their talk about eae other. Senator Gwin t* reported to have told the ol gentleman, la language more marked for Its vigor tba its tleganoe, that be would never darken bis doors agait Mr. Buchanan can hardly afford to loee many such friend I as (■ wiii. He aud Slidell have been bis right and left bower* in the Senate. COMMENCEMENT OK WASHINGTON COLLEGE. The commencement exercises of Washington College took place on the morning of the 28th ult., in the Pres byterian Church. The exercises were opened by the reading of a por tion ol the Sacred Scriptures by the Rev. C. B. David son, of Indiana, and prayer by the Rev. Horatio Thomp son, D. D., of Rockbridge. Volant*’* justly celebrated Baltimore Band whs in attendance and varied tbe exer cises by their admirable performance. The regular graduation exercises were a* follows : Latin Salutatory Address by J. T. AUvn, of Norfolk city. Essay ou the Life and Character of Socrates, by Harry Estill, of Lexington. Oration—Want of American Nationality—by David E. Moure, of Lexington. E<say on Oliver Goldsmith, by Wm. 0. Ross, of Au gusta county. Vnl* dictory, by Howard McCntchan, of Augusta. Diplomas wore given slid the degree of A. B. was con ferred ou the member* of the graduating class as follows: J. T. Allyu, of Norfolk; Albert Davidson, of taxing ington; David Dunlop, of Petersburg; Harry Estill, of Lexington; C. C. Gould of Illinois; J. U. tackey, of Rockbridge; Howard McCutchan, of Augusta; I). K. Moore, ol Lexington; Krauk Preston, of L-xington; J. Cooke Sloan of Rockbridge, aud F. C. Wilson, of Harri soubutg. Gold Medals were ptesented in the following order : 1st, to Harry Estill, of Lexington; 2d, to Howard Mc Cutchan, of Augusta; aud .‘Id, to Krauk C. Wilson, of Uarrisonburg. At a meetiug of the Alumni Association, Major John Echols, of Monroe, was elected President for the next year, and Hon. Geo. W. Bummers was invited to deliver the address before this association at its next annual meetiug. The degree of D. D. was conferred, by tbe Trustees ol tbe College, on the Rev. C. Baker Davidson, pastor of tbe Methodist Episcopal Church, at New Alba ny, Indiana.—Lexington Gazette. MR. VORHEES AT TBE UN1VERSITT. Tbe prominent feature in the comiuenecineut exercise* which pa-sed off with unusual interest and eclat, was the Address yesterday the 4th, of Hon. Daniel W. Vorhecs, of Indiana, before the Literary Societies of tbe Univer sity. As our paper is going to press, we have not tbe time to attempt even sn outline of this masterly effort.— The Public Hall was filled to overflowing with the largest and most brilliant crowd from this and other States that probably ever assembled at the University. Tbe splendid forensic iffort which tbe orator had made in tbe defence ol Cook at Charlestown, bad givm him great reputation as an orator, and had raised public expectation to a high pitch. But we bazsrd nothing in saying that his effort yesterday was worthy of his lame, and fully realized the highest expectations of the vast concourse of beauty and talent that hung entranced upon his words. His subject was tbe duty and destiny of the American citizen. The nalioual sentiments and sound Slates Rights Constitution al doctrines which he proclaimed met the approval of every one present. His denunciation.- of “The Sedition• Citizen*" of the North, as represented iu the |>ersou of Charles Summr was withering and overwhelming. It was a grand, glorious effort of extraordinary elo quence and power, During its delivery, the speaker was frequently interrupted with tremendous applause. We have never witnessed a more splendi d success on any oc casion. At the conclusion of the address after the ap p'auso hid subsided, Col Thom** Jiftcrson Kandolpb. President of tbe Board of Visitor*, arose and proposed three cheers for the "Indiana Orator,” which were given with u will by the vast crowd—Jejfenonian. From the \fir York Time*. July 2. Fl'KEKAL OBSEQUIES OF KOSSUTH'S SISTER. A' other sister of the distinguished Hungarian patriot has just died in exile among us, though uot without those consolations of generous friendship which the exiles for liberty's sake are wont to find in free lands. Madame Em'die Tulavsky Kossuth was yesterday afternoon bu ried from the chapel of the Second Uuitaiian Society of Brooklyn. Hrs. Farley, Osgood and Bellows were pres ent, and each bore a part in the funeral services. These were attended by a large congregation, made upiu good part by Hungarians, aud consisted of a voluntary on the organ by a Huiigmian gentleman, selections from Sctip tore, read by I»r. Bellows, a prayer by Hr. Osgood, and a highly appropriate and impressive address from Hr. Farley, of the Kirst Uuitaiian Church in Brooklyn. The Reverend Doctor alluded with much leeling to tl e many tiials in exile of the deceased ladv, and with equal delicacy to tho kindness and hospitality of these Ameri c oi fiieuds, whose ministrations had sinto'hrd her pillow in sickuess aud death. On the wrist ol the deceased, in accordance with her own dying request, was a bracelet always worn by her until her last sickness,made from the iron chain with which her brother had been bound In an Austrian prison. The remains were taken to Greenwood and interrd In the Unitariau ground theie, Colonel Ashoth making an address in Hut parian at the grave, as moving to those who understood it as it was eloquent to the cars of those who heard it only. As a closing rite, some earth, front her native Hungary, wsa throwu by her children on the colliu of the deceased, dust being thus rendered to dust in a wav corresponding with her own expressed desire during her lost illness. Lvxcii Law Os Tux Ho annusTbe Rocky Mountain A'rMur tells ol tho following tragedy recently enacted in Jefl'oraou Territory: Mureus Gridler, a native of ihe Ty rolete, in compauy with Jacob Miller, Us wife, and other emigrants, left Leavenworth for Denver City on the 20th of April. Gridler and Miller quarreled frequently on tbe road, nud particulirly about their camping places. When ub ut six miles from Denver, the quart el was renewed. Miller struck Gridler with it whip, and the latter seiz d an axe, knocked the former down, and shot him while lying on the ground Gridler, having arranged with those who witnessed the tragedy, to testify that the deed was do e in self-defence, proceeded to Denver City, aud on the 14ib of June surrendered himself to the authorities. A meeting of the citizens was called the following day, a jury lormally impanneled, judges appointed, an attorney selected to prosecute and another to defend; witnesses were called, sworn, examined and cross-examined ; pleas were made and a formal charge to the jury delivered by the Judge; and after decent deliberation, a verdict of murder iu the first degree rendered. The Judges, after consultation, sentenced the prisoner to he executed the following day (Friday) between the hours of In and h l*. M., and the sentence was ratified by a vote ef the peo ple A scaffold was erected near Cherry Creek; two raverend gentlemen administered to the spiritual concerns of the culprit; the J iffy i son Rangers escorted him to the place of execution, where, in the presence of a concourse of overfour thousand people, the sentence of the “Court" was carried into effect—the prisoner having first oonfeat ed his crime from the scaffold. Tit a Cask ov iiik Oahiwiixr.—Geo. W. and Wm. Hardwicke, of Lynchburg, were extmimd before Mayor Branch, Tuesday, aud sent on for further trial, ft wa» agreed to hold a special term of the Hustings Coutt for the trial of the prisoners, on Wednesday next, the 11th Inst. ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL, BROADWAY, 1STEW YORK. WHEN completed, *1* jun ego, the St. Nicholas eu nnlver gully pronounced the xnest convenient. *nd thoroughly organize I eataidlahment ol the kind on Pda continent. What It waa then It remain* to day—without a rival In file. In •umpluou*ne», and In th general eloment* of comfort and enjoy ment. The Hotel ha* accommodation* for 1,000 guc*u, Incln Ing 100 complete lul’e* of ap»rtm*nl* for fanillle* Bn hundred per eons c tn he eomfertably lulled at the tablet of lla thre* public dining room*, and nothing that modern art ha* devised for the con venience anil loelal gratification of the travelllog public h * been omitted In In plan, or ii negiroud In It* practical detail* The early reputation of the bouae at home and abroad, derived from lie mag nitude, III superb appointment*, and lla aome-IIX* comfort* aud luxuries, ha* been enhanced every year by the unwearied exertion* of the proprietor*. TREADWELL WHITCOMB A OO. mala ->m___ j>AVIILY HOE HKRKI Alls —100 bbla. and 00 half JP bbla, la etore and fur aaleoo consignment by j«2S BRlPliFORD A CO. COIt N. -10UO bushel*"ciorn, for *ale on consignment, by JegA '_BMDOFORD A OO. NO. ?10LA»K!l.-d bbla ' . 75 half bbl*., jo*t received, and for Bale by J,29 TAKPV k WILLIAMS DUVAL’S ANTINPASXIODK', for the cure of Aalatic Cholera, Cholic*, of all kinds Bpaimz, Cholera Murhu*. I’ytrnlery, Plan heir, Lock Jaw, * Rheumatic or Neuralgic Palna, Cramp, Toothache, Nervoua Headache, Delirium Tremen*, Burn*, Cut*, Aa. Tor i ile wholnalc and retail, by JAMES P. DUVAL, Drugxbt, jejl Cur. Malu andJ-Otb *ti._ UNION IIALL. SARATOGA SPRINGS, NEW YORK. Tins well koown Hotel, pleasantly locate I on the we*t aide of Broadway, and oppoalte the celebarted Ooogre** Springs, OPENS FOR VISITORS, June 15 tli, for the Sen won. By the addition. Just fiuUhcd, of a handieme brick building, two hundred and forty-one fet long, by fifty five feet wide, and five ■l"rie* high, Mi* murb the large*! Hotel In the plac-, having a front of ov.rOne Thouaand feel, and can aecomni d*t* over One Thousand guvvtt. ,, The Dining Ifatl, Kitchen and Laundry, are uniurpaued In thl* country, In extent and completenei*. and prcbabli In the world, The Oourt, Incited by the main building and famUy cottage*, form* » lawn of *everal aerei In extent, lnler-*cted with thaded walk* A fine band of rnuilc b.longlug to the house will be In at tendance during the *ea*on. Curri*ge-hou*e* are al*o attach.d to the premia-*, *ffordln| eve ry facility for (xcnralon* for the accommodation of guests. The management of Union Hell, we rust, will meet uilh the ap proval of 111 who may honor uz with their oatrouage jeld-lm PUTNAM A PaVNE. Proprietor*. •80,000, AT COST FOR CASH TO CLOSE Bl’SIXESS. [ ('HAS- A. HWATKIN, /CORNER 8th and Main Street*, having determined to unit boil \ J Deal, will, from thl* dale, throw h • large and fresh atock ol 1 the market, at prim* c it, for cash, to close out a* speedily as po* 1 Able. Kuib-o dariea. Print*. Ribbons, Hoop Skirt*, U **-b*d Cot , ton. Flat Ore** Oood*, Bilks, Plaid*, Lawns, Flannel*; also. Car * Srrht itor* how* li for rmV. <1 A. 0VATKIN, I jcjfi Qor 8th amt) Main Strati. KEf SEE & PARR’S Improved Stone Ware FRUIT JARS! WITH Cork Stopper!, Air-Tight, for Preserving Freeh IMf] Fruit, Oyeten, Mince Meat, Ac. We htve A eery SBf Urge assortment of the above eupertor Jan, of all aisee, at ^gg very low price*, at our Pottery, corner of l*th and Cary Street*. mySl EBRSKE A PA UR, Manufacturer*. P~~ KRI'VI N RYU I P, OK PROTECTED NO* LUTIuN PRuTOXIDE IRON.-The most -fllciiclous remedy known for Dyspepsia, Affection* of the Liver, Dropey. Neuralgia, Bronchlili, Oonsumptlre tendencies, DUordered Bute of the Blood, Bolls. Plies. Cul-ineou* Complaint*. St. Vitos' Dance, the proetra live effect* of Load or Mercury, General Debility, and all discern requiring ionic and a.teratlve medicine*. A Urge tupply Joel re ceived and for aule by Jyg DOVE A 00., Wholesale Druggist*. GLEANERS! GLEANERS ! ROCK A WAV WHEAT FANS ! REVOLVING HORSE RAKES! For tale by Jc27_GEO. M. WATT A 06. OFFICE R. A D R. R COMPANY, I RictiungD, June IS, i960. f Till Coupon! of Oil! Company, due 1st Jole, 1660, will be paid at the Onion Bank of New Yore -luring aL the month or July, I960. Alter that time, at the offloe of the Company 1. & VAUGHAN, J*90- UMitly Treat urer, Tam ily knittlyg m aciiin es. A IfeccMilji, a *onrr«*of Profit, Health and Pleasure. Tna Ancv Kiirrnu Mtcmva Co. having located their principal Office In New Toik, are prepared to lupply their superior KNIT TING MACHINES to order, wholcaale and retail. The AIKEN KNITTING MACHINE U acknowledged superior to all othen, both In speed and execntlon, capable of knitting perfectly 70,000 loops per minute, from a single thread, letters relent secured both In this and European countries. Send for a circular. J. R. AIKEN. maW—-16m ' 429 Broadway, New York. DINNER SETS.—CooeUUng of, (French China) Plain While OolJ Band and Decorated Whllo Iron Stone, several pattern!, for sale low by WM. P. BUTLER A BON, Je25 1* Pearl or Itth street REFRIGERATORS.—We have this day reduced the price or Continental Refrigerators. Persons In want of a No. 1 article would do well to examine be fore purchasing elsewhere. 8TKBUINH k PULLEN, my 19 INo* 10] Broad si SILVER PLATED WARE 81 aver Plated Ice Pitch erf. Silver Plated Castors, chafed and plain D) do rak« and fruit Buksti Do do Tea Pets, richly engraved Do do Gobi t$ an 1 Mugs Do do 8poont and Fork* Do do Ladlef, for gravy and toap Do do Urn*, plain and engraved Do do Butter Knlvc* Do do Salt and Mustard Ppoona. Other articles of Plated Ware of iheflnatt goods for tale at very low prices, by C. LUM8BEN, lo Main ft N. B.—Watches, Jewelry. Spectacles, Ac., repairtd In the best manoer and allow rates. Gall at No. 96 Main S'reet, ji-31 Richmond. WE HAVE ty STORE AND Offer for Sale on aa favorable terms m the article can be imported for. flf* ty packages (X, % and X pipe*) of pure and beet quality f BENCH BRANDY, of our own Importation. AI.VWT a T.fPRttlMI « EOIIUE B. STEEL, DENTIST, OfBre & Residence Southwest Cor. Main & 8th Streets, (kiret door abort OrtntKatr't New Hotel,) RICHMOND, VA. HAYING an experience of ten year* In blf Profession, be feels confident of giving satisfaction to those who miy ravor Mm with thslr niUnnue. cnh.h—(to IJLASTFK YARD.—Uavirg kase«l the lot next to my 1 Warehouse on the Dock, I shall keep constantly on hand a supply of the be«t LUMP PLANTER, which I wlil sell at the lowest matk.t rates All Plaster aold by me wld be WEIGHED OUT AS DELIVERED, so there will be no lost in weight to the consumer,— Orders from the trade filled on accommodating terms. Jelfi- diets A. 8. LEI. rl BO. J. 8GN1N *• R At CO, *r»- bow lanidpl ■ f dfartdIra ¥porUtionjper Banjae# P oneer and Alice Taintci, t-» City Point a splendlJ assortmenl of White Granite Dinner, Tea and iol!ett« Ware, and are row opening many new and rich styles of decora ted Hand anJ Plain Cldna, Rich Cut Glass Ware and House Fur nishing Giods, to which they invite attention. GfcO. J. SUMNER k CO., 1m Govern r st. ¥N SKA NON.—R< f.lgerstort, of the moat approved manufac X tures, Silver Plated and Britannia Ice Pitchers, Water Coolers, Sc., with a complete assortment ol Table Cutlery, Plated Ware and House Furnishing Goods, for sale low, by GKO. J. SUMNER A CO., J«*25 -lot_Oovsrnor street. HFGKTl'N s t'lh’M H.IMlt OF CALINAYA II \RK —Thlf Is a de.IrMful preparation, admirably suited for a tonic in deb lltated condili ns < f the system. W. PFTKR80N A CO., Druggists, j>2 lift Main st. IIIUSMn: iHlS Si.N! '• ry variety aud slse at W. PETERSON A CO 8, Jy2 l.V. Main st. pPKB OILS. - A full supply of Lard, Solar, Sperm and oth I er Oils for greasing machine y, by the ga:lon or bar;eL W. PKTaRSON A CO., Druggists, Jy* 1.Y5 Main st. MOCK AND SODA WATKR.-Hockand8odB.wWl the usual yarle'.v of choice Syrups, made from fresh fruits.— Also, Port, Mountain Dew and Watermelon Syrups at W. PETK180N A CO.'tf Druv 8lore, Jjrt i.Y. Main at. i a io h sTifoTa h j On (lie Eiiropvuu Plain, CITY OF NEW YORK. Sintrle RoomsSOCtn. per Day, CITY HALL MJLAR1C, CORNER OF FRANKFORT STREET, (Opposite City Hall.) Mtf.Tt, u they may b« cr.lttr.tl In the .paclona Refectory. There U a Barber'. Shop an.I Bath Ronmi attached to the UoteL N. B — Beware of Huuuera und llacknieu, who aay we are fulL K. FBENCII, maS Proprietor. "new”family grocery, Corner of Second and .Main Street*, (GJ \NIM\X OLD STAND.) THE subscribers, having leased for a term of years, the above property, and greatly enlarged an I Improved the same, have opened and purpose keening a FIRST CLlBS GROCERY, to wld eh the attention of the clt i ns of hlchmond and surrounding country, (and the ladles In pvrti. ular.) are respectfully invited. Their stoex Is entirely new and has been selected «ith great care. and pur cl a»ed at the lowest cash prices, and will be sold at the smallest living profit for cash, or t * prompt customers. F-om the superior quality and great variety of their stock, they feel confident that It Is only necessary for families to call and see for themselves. In order to Induce them to make their purchases, rf*”Goods sent to any part of the city, my 14—if MINN IB A 00. SHIP BROKERAGE. THE undersigned have this day formed a co-partnership under the style of i ILLSPAUGH A READ, for the purpose of con ducting the SHIP BROKERAGE business, and respectfully solicit the patronage of their Mends and the public. A. MJLLSPAUGH, JAMES Q. READ, Gary and 18th streets, near the Dock. Richmond January lit, 1880. j«28—ly Grain cradlks, grain cradles— Cosby's Wood Brace Saunders' “ ** Grant’s Wire u Grant't * •• Southern Pattern Brown A Oo.’e " M Co ton's ** •* Alo, Clover and Grass Scvtheacomplete; wood and Iron Snatha, Gleaners, Rakos, barley and wheat Porks, wood Tine# For sale by ma*9 WM. PALMER, SON A CO. WHIT Id SI LPIII M H,UKU.-»*rmirt(C,lir(H Spring) Wat r, Rockbridge Alum Wattr, Alum and Iodine Water, bottled at the Springe, and for tale at MEADE A BAKER'S Prog Store, Jell _18t Main St, oor abov» Poat OMcc COLOUNB WATSK-4 Tory stiperi >r article, f. r aale low by W. PETERSON A CO. eT 1M Main Street. BUTT..11.—*® tubs Fresh Orarge County Butter, a flrtt r ,te article, just received lit half Cheat Grech and Black Tcaa S4d Va Cured, Todd» and Uoeen Oltv II.ml,for ,»t, h* J 8. ROBERTSON, Jtgn Neat to Corner Governor and Franklin Street. Fui( KS RKDUCKl >. J1INDINO onr alock of DRISS and other KANOY GOODS rather 1 too heavy, we shall, f ern thl* date, reduce the prlcea aa fol owa ^‘V||in^in, Freud.Printed Reregei, *S Very pretty imall llgure, half Mourning do., *6 Super French Orgaodlee, »5 Do. do Jaconet* 3® Super ctilnu Pattern Organdie*, »0 Fancy Dreus Sitka, all bought thl* Spring at unusually low prlcea Grey Dreae Goo '*, all qualities, at coat bilk Lace, Peptln and other Mantles, at reduced prlcee French Work Setts. Collars and Sleeves, new andnreUy, Onratock of SUple Good* la as good aa It has been during Ihe "guf* Determined to rtduee the alock we shall eff-r the Goods at LOW PRICKS. J»m_CHILES A CUES'ERt Loi,“ *»“•««*• Marufacturer of Doublc-Rafloed STEAM CANDIES and wholesale dealer In _ DOMESTIC and FOREIGN FRUITS, FRENCH CANDIES, CIGARS, TOBSC O, Ac., Ac. The beat roods, the chaapest goods, and the large.! atoek, can nl,W. b. found M«A.gT0RV BUILDISfl Ko g, M,lnlt. Opposite Richardson A Co., JeSS—dAc3m_Richmond, ** ICl'BHINTEPIDKNI'S OFFICE, | RICHMOND AND YORK H1VKR RAILFOAD, V Jtiriitf<»D, June 87, 1M50. ) ON and alter FRIDAY the 2*th Inal, 'he Trains of this CVmpa ny will arrive at and depart from the new passenger Station corner 23d and Dock streets . , „ ... _ Fr.laht will be reetlved on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays "Fright* Trains will arrive Tuesdays, Thoraday* and Saturday!, at 10 A. M. Freight not taken away by 4J* P. M., same cay will be stored at the tl*k of the owner. The accommodation train mill run only on Tuesdays, Thursdays Md^urdaya. TRns. R. SHARP Sunt SIMiMKK ClSHOUTS. TIIOS. A. BULK LEY & CO., 137 Main Street, OFFER for tale »t reduced price*— Water Coolers, all sties Limbec's celebrated Shower, Hip and Sponge Baths Pea fowl Fly Brushes Fly Traps Wire Covers, for plat's and dishes. toe Water Pitchers, an eactllent article for lummer Kst’an Chairs Carpet Chairs, that fold up Refrigerators, ti e moat approv'd makes. These In want of useful and nrcvuary articles for summer use will nlease call at the China and House FurnUh'.ng Store of THO*. A. BULK1.KY A CO, jjj_1ST Main ' tr*cr. 7lUT loaf BUGAS,—*® bb'i Cut Loaf lug*', feraalt (J gy j, EDMOND, DATRNPOBf A 00, Among the large AND BEAUTIFULm. sortmrel of the various styles of Portraiture executed by G. W. MINNIH, at his Photograph and Floe Art Otllery, 817 Main Street, Riel m nd, Va , may be found Likenesses of the following well known and distinguished gentlemen, all of which bear testi mony to the experience and skill of the various Artists employed, and the well earned reputation of his Gallery : Ix-Gov. Wise, Hon. Mr. rtrr, 8. C., " 14cut Gov. Jackson, Jno. H. Thompson, Esq , Lieut Gov. Montague, Rev. Mr. Kled, Hon. Jas. Lvons, Rev. Mr. Peterkln •• J Caskle, Rev. Mr. Duncan, Judge Lomax, Rev Mr. Mlnegerode, “ Tyler. Rev. Mr. Baker, •* Hopkins. Rev. J. L Burrows, Chss. Brace. Iiq , Rev. J. F. Ka words, Ore. Wou. Walker, Rev. Mr. Seeley, Capt. Jos. Myers, Rev. Mr. Peterson, Rev. Mr Jeter, Rev. Mr. Kepler, Rev. W. A. Smith, Rev Mr. Wlimer, The late Rev. Mr. DibreB, The late Judge Butler, 8. 0., The late Judge C1'*pU>n, The late Edgar A Poe, Rev. Mr. Boggs, Rev Mr. Schriglry, Duplicate copies of all the above for sale, and every etyle of Photograph executed from life or copied from small pictures and warranted to please. maSO APPLETO.tr TRAVELLER’S GLIDE ROOKS. L APPLETONS* Official Kailway Oniric, Containing Pull Time Tables of all the Rail* sys In the United States and Canadas, and 100 Maps, explaining at a glance how the Trav* eller is to proceed. Price, 15 cents. 1L APPLET JOT* Companion Hand-Book of Travel, Containing a Fall Description of the Principal Cities, Towns, and Places of Interest, together wi'h Hotels and Routes of Travel through the Lotted States and the Canadas. With Colo ed Maps. Price, paper cover, 50 cents; cloth, 75 cents. (Ready July 1st.) lit* APPLETON* lllu«trat<>d llaml-llook of Amorican Travel, A Full and KelUhle Guide, by Railway, Btoambf at and Stage, to the Cities, Towns, Waterfalls, Ratl'e-Flelds, Mountains, Rivers, Lakes, Hunting and Fishing Grounds, Watering Places, Summer Resorts, anJ a 1 Scenes and Objects of Importance and Interest In the United States and BrilLh Provinces. By T. Anntsox Riauai* With Careful Maps of all Parts of the Country, and Pictures of Fa mous Places and icence, from Original Drawings by the Aalh rand other Ailists. Part 1, containing the Northern and Kas'ern States, $t 00. *• 8. '* Southern and Western State*, 1 00. Or the two parts bound In one volume, $1 50. Either of the above tent free by mall on receint of price. D. APPLETON A CO , PubUahers, je>S 443 and 445 Broadway. SUMMER CLOTHING at 118 MAIN STREET, for tale very cheap, Grose Linen Coat* Fancy Linen Suits Black A'pacca Coatg While Unen Coala Gross Linen Vest! White Marseilles Veits Gauet* Under HhlrtS Gossamer Under fchlrts Brown and Hhlte Socks ) Neck Tits and Suspenders. Call and examine them. Jr80_ DARRACOTT. HARRIS A CO. ST. Ml ABLE* HOTEL, Corner Wall and Main Streets g. 1. SAUNDERS, j „ . . „ m,5_So> MARTIN MADDUX, I “r0Pr'e*®r*t rlST HECKIVKD 25 tut* strictly choice Fresh Butter 10 keg* Hoehrn llutter 800 Virginia cured, Todd's, and other brands sugar-cured llams 800 bushels White Mcrcer and Peach B'oiom Potatoes 8£ hh s. Out, Loaf, Crushed, Pulrertsed, Granulated and Coffee Sugars. mySO J. 8 ROBERTSON. GEO. B. LOWNR8. WM. B. COOK EO WIVES A COOK'S Foundry and Manufactory, siiiura grassy, aaaa us:s, aicnsoao, naoiaiA. RATING made large addition to our thop, to eutt the Southern trade, we will sell at the Northern price! of 1M9. We hare orer 100 different dtwigns of Plain and Ornamental KaHIne, Vrrantltia, Unlcoul a, Purelt Pieces, Window (iuiirda, Ac., Ac , Vault and Cellar Doors, Iron sash, Shutters, and general Blacksm'.lhluf and finishing done with neatness and despatch. PIF'Cemctcry Ralllnf for the country, made to as to br put up hr an ordinary mechanic._ Jams—tf HEK It V TiotiElsEY, gesebal commission mebcuant, sos rns sals or TOBAOOO, WHEAT, CORN, FLOUR, Aa fW~ Office on Shoekoe Slip. Richmond, Va. Prompt attention paid to filling orders, and Uberal adranees made on consignments. JOHN M SHEPPARD. Ja ■ Assistant Salesmen. Jygfi—ly WARREN’S TURBINE WATER WHEEL. (WARREN A DAMON’S PATENT.) WAXvrtcrcasD >r ms AnEUICAN WATER WHEEL COMPANY, BOSTON. THIS Wheel etlll sUnde at the head for great economy In water. Orer rgm are now operating with great incests In Colton and Woolen Factories. Ac., Ac., With !ts modern tmproreirenli It rannot he surpassed. Send for our 7th annual pamphlet of t -61, (enclose 2 sumps,) contsluing a treatise on hydraulics, begu il'd Illustrations of the Warren, Turbine, practical rules for com puling Water Power, Priest, Ac.. Ac. It is the Wheel for the North, ke,.au»e iced tee not affect It; for the South, because It le guAipai l aud ready to attach anti operate without great mechanical skill; for Hie World, became It generates more arallable power from the water tiled than any ether Water Wheel In exlalence. Address A. WARREN, Agent, SI Exchange Strert, ma89—_Boston, M-ee. CHINA TEA NETS.-A beautiful asa .rtment cf French and Engllih China Tea Tela from SO to SO nieces, which wc are offering low. WM. F. BUTLER A SON, jeKit 1# Pearl nr 14th streaC PORT WINK.—A No. 1 article. Alio, Frcuoh Brandy of euperior uua'iti, for lale for medicinal porpoise, by jet A. R. MOORF., Agent. Cary «t. BACON.—Reoelying constantly nice bright Side and Should! Bacon, which I oiler as low as the lowed, for cash. jt* A. •«- ■ vw«7 IW O. UEN1IET, DRALKII I* WITCHES, JEWELRY A.YD SILVER WISE, KAOLE SgCAhE, MAIN STREET, Hit liiuoud, Va, EVERY DESCRIPTION 0? WATCHES. IX GOLD A X D SILVER CASES, RICH DIAMOND JEWELRY CAMEO, (ORAL, LAVA AND PEARL NETS, SILVER TEA SITS, PITCHERS, GOBLETS, SPOONS AND FORKS, SILVER PLATED ICE PITCHERS, Mpoor.s, Fork., Ladles, dec., Ac., JaT—tf_;_ BURTON & WORK. tobacco and G-eneral Commission merchants. 95 ORA YOB STREET, Ksw Orleans. J. H. Smoi, I e. P. Work, f M«wOfU*v Dr. J. 0. M Attn, I ln&OM«ndaxa, f Houiton, Texu. _ )c10--1t NOTICE.—A* we are determined to furnish oar frien tamers and the public generally with the very beet of Good In oar line, either manufactured by oureelvee or Imported, for La dle*. Gentlemen, Ml**** Hoy*. Children, at the lowest price*, ac cording to lb* quality, all In want call nn ALEX, HILL * CO., Manufacturer* and Importer*. No. 197 Main M.. Ie4 Richmond, Va. GEORGE WARNER, Commispion Merchant 4>D 1UKXT roi TU, SAL. 0» TOBACCO, FLOCR, GRAIN and SOUTHERN PRODUCE generally 162 South Ematv Street, Oppoatt. Baltimore and Ohio Rail Road Depot, BALTIMORE. REFERS BY PERMISSION, Meaara. Spot!,, Harrey A Co, Richmond, •• A trey A LIpacomb, do “ Kirkland, Cbaa: A Co., Baltimore, “ Toulmln, Yoorheea A Co , Mobil., Mtehl Warner, laq , IVmld.nl Mechanic*' Bank, Baltimore, mall—ly CIOI'NTRV HAMS.—A lew doaen. for aale by ) jeis _EDWIN WORTHAM A CO. JAVA COFFEE.—300 baga, for aale by J.9T _L AG B DAVENPORT RECIBVING FEB S FK t MEll TO-DAY— !A tub, Balter, frah Goobrn V> bale* Cheaae, prime article fai bbla a hit. B Coffee Sugar 111 bhla Ni w Ark Cider It Y cuka Port Wine For isle br 1,9 -dlw __ WM. WALLACE SONS. I AG, COFFEE.—100 bag, V'lme qualltr. for aale low, b) J jeSS TARDY A WILLIAMS. BOSTON No. I fI I IIF.HI.ING',lnilrlleanJdrj uil, f >r «a> br j J .11. WM. WALLACE SONS. NEW POTOMAC FAMILY HBBHINC8, groai HO bbla., In More and for ,alr by |r9—<1w _ WM WALLAOB SONA NO. 1 CUT H KHHINCS—Dry Ball.* 100 bbla. In ator« for aal, by Jyl-dlw WM. WALLAOB SONS, fthN AalU Mild JAM bLit 1 , WATCHES, DIAMONDS, SILVER AND PLATED WARE. S. -A.. MYERS. ooivia or uin aid mu. mim, ajcuuouo, viaotm. HAS just received, In addition to hli already large and Q? extensive saortment*, a beautiful coliectioo of all the latest and mrr elegant styles of Watches, Jewelry, A.Jfc Silver and Plated Ware. Watches manufactured by the following celebrated makers Juice Jurgeusoa, F. B Adams A Sans, David Taylor Henry Rey nonda Lemon, Alfred Lavalett, and *iher ce’etrated makers. DIAMONDS.—A very large and rich aaeortmei.1 of Diamond* and other precious stones. Diamonds, Pearls, Opal, Carbuncle, Garnet, Coral, Cameo, Onyx. In rru. aid isi.r srrra. Abo -Spectacles—B axilllan Periscople Pebbles, set la gold, silver and steel frames. Clocks, Cutlery ann Jewelry of every de scription. The public are respectfully Invited to examine the above before purchasing. 8. A MV KBS, maBB_Cor. Main and Pearl ila. • SOl'TIIEKN LOCK M15UPAT0ET. DWELLING Lock, of «trj description ■, Sliding Door Trim ming* of the brat quality. Alao, Prison ud Bonk Le ak,, Hinge, ud Bull, of uy height. Bell, hong, with or wHhoui Tube*. ALL KINDS OP REPAIRING DONE. Aa I Mil no work but my own manufacture, I am prepared to Warrut It to (ire entire MUafactlon to thoee who may favor me with a calL WILLIAM READY, KO Main Street, betwen bth and Yth, felO—Ijr Ricwwero, Yt. DkIgG’VPIANO FORTES. THIS PIANO certainly surpass** all that we con ceived the Instrument capable of, and yet It* whele construction I* to simple and commcn-sensl cal, that It recommends itself at ones as the only true plan, and It it a natural cause of wander, as fn an such cases, why It was not discovered before. The theory on which D I* made, lives It strength and consequent power to keep In tune far beyond a Plano built upon any other plan. It i* in fact fAe l**t IHana in ejrUirnc/ —From the New York Exprrsa. P. H. TAYLOR has alao several second hand Pianos w'o!ch he will s«U cheap for cash. mail 1 88 .Via.;n Street. 1S60. 1*00. WILLIAMS & ELLIOTT, 67 Main Street, Richmond, Vn. IMPORTERS, WHOLES a LF. A RETAIL DEALERS III HARDWARE, FIVE-EDGE TOOLS, BULKING HARDWARE, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, be. HUBS, spokes. FELLOES SPRINGg, Axlea, Bolt., Bulk, Leathers, Cloths. Trimmings, Ac , Ae. MAUHINESTS’ GOODS. Belting, Puking, Circular Bawl, Dole', Saw Gumaerw, Wei, Wrenches, Steam Coca*, Whistle., Gauge,, Ac. Agent! for the BALTIMORE BELL and BRASS WORKS, Altos'! Patent STEAM OUAGEd, ud Crockin', COACH V IRMMjra, Ac Locomotive and Steam Engine bullden, Railroad and Gaa C„j» panlea. Ae , supplied with Braaa Work at manufacturi/'a price., my 16— !y HEAD qCARTEKS me BOOTS AND SHOES, No. 93 attain fltrret, RICHMOND, Virginia. PAGE'S Shoe Store. SM Main Street, offers far’.dUe* to Famtlle*, whether In City or Country, for laying m their supplies of ®ho**s, that are rarely met with, being tabled to furnlah every member of a family with any descikuon of shoes. Ac., for house, parlor, or out of door use, bolt, of h‘s own and the beat North ern manufacture. Farmers sending measure* will be *upptied at moderate prices, with good shoes, Including brogues of my own make, for field hands. In addition to a constant supply of sJI kinds of shoes, of my own make, I have as great a variety of the hrtt Northern made Boot* and Shoes as can be found In any boose In Virginia. I luvHe ail in wab! to call at the large Trunk and Shoe Kmport um, ad Main Street. ■ft_JrtHW a PAGE, JR, . tiOFFEE'8 PATENT KNITTING MACHINES, FOR PLAIN STOCKING AND FANCY KNITTING, —ALPO— . Machine* for Knitting Pratt erg, Sbht*, Ac., or ALL B1ZKR. Klb Machines of I 8t I, 2 & 1, 2 S 2 and » It 2 Bib, OX ItXD *XD IUI.X TU IXI.rB. f¥!HK>K Machines use the plain Kngllsh spring Needle, on a oew £ principle, and arc the cheapest and most rapid machine* for knl't ng In u»e. The G« if.-t? Patent Family Knitting Machine/or Fatuity and lLtn'otum >4+r. Is a new and rnre.sifal ftalu-e In the useful It ventloiiS of the age, and ranks with the hewing Machine. AGENCY AND t»AI KS ROOM, No. 57 7 I11COA13U A Y,’ Mill VC It K. JeT—d8tn_ .HENRY a LICE, Aourr. W.\LThi! U. WHITEMAN, MAIJtt IX • FI*E (illOl'EKIEK, If. \%. Corner 17tl» and Arch Street*, PHILADELPHIA, IMPORTER OP CROBB A BLACKWELL'S English Rickies and Sauces. PARTICULAR attention paid to rejecting FINK TP AX AND OOFFFK, for families. BCGAKi* a ways at Rrflners'prices— Choice WINKS, LlQlTOK^ and BKGAR£,of the beet Brands, always on hand. ouH—dfim 1 Rft MALEM OF Vi KY aM FI UIOK TIMO JLtJl/ THY IIAY, Just rect*!?cd 10^) Fchooley's Queen City Hams, none such In the uorld Fr. jh Mutter received twice a Week 0 chests of very superior Tea. • For sale by ROBERT A. E. DABNET, Grocery sad Feed 8toro, *Pa4__B.oad Sv, opposite Theatre. JUNE 18oo! DRESS GOODS. AT REDUCED PRICKS ! THO*. D. QUARLES A SO*S, 229 BBOAD STREET. HAVE marked down their large and desirable ttock of DREFfl GOODri. at greatly r«Uu ed prices. They invite special at tention to all la want of Goods, as they are determined to offer them at price* that will ensure (julrk sales. Jrl KKKF t OOL-CHAHCOAL PACKED WATER «Af) cOOLKR.S—RICHMOND M ADE.—We hare on hand W a supply of the above very superior Cmaiooal Pacieii Wa* to Cooutw of our own manufacture, of all sites. Call and supply yoorselresat KKEBEE A PARR'S Pottery, »»rfl_ Cor lxth and Carp it* ALKXANDKI* BONDS FOB rale. lU.OOMot the above 2d mortgage, for (ale bp ■nil*__ 0. W PURCELL A CO. TO PAKNEHS PAHTICULAHLY.-We are now prepared to furnish our root.try cuiL-mers wltli Bhoee for bar* re.t of all quaUtlqt and altea and at the lownt price. ALEX. HILL A 03., 127 Mala Bt„ led_._Richmond. Ya W. Q. CLARKE. F. W. GILLIUM. SOUTHER* SPOKE FACTORY. and are telling at the tame price, therefore, we hope la recefrw the patronage of the people. CLARKE A GILLIUM, mnA—Am Glenwood P. 0 . Rockbridge,- Y* REMOVAL! 1ST, O, BARTON HAS REMOVED TO THE NEW BUILDING No- *99 Fin I ii, b> Itvrrn Bill nnd 9lb Street*. H18 New Store bring rrmmodlooi and eiprtwlp arranged fog the RETAIL MILLINERY BUSINESS, will enable him to keep a large agw rtmi-nt of Roady Made Millinery Article* as well as to add to the convenience and profits of his customers Especial attention will be given to the HIBBOH A FRENCH FLOWER llEPAKTMEM. the year. In connection with Miklntry Article*, he will keep a federal a**or*men( of LaAcV COLLARS AM SLEEVES, LACE CAPES ASD BERTHA8 * LACE ana HOt'RMNG VKILH, BRIDAL VIILA, Ac., of the Ut« rtjM H# would *Uo IdtU# attention to a ^rw Departrrer.t. whlchht ha* added to the liillloery BiuLic**, >1* : the maaafaetare, toot der, of CLOAKS A AD M A ATI LI. AS, WWeh will k* under lha supervision of a competent designer. 1b laleel Parle FatMone wlu be reeelred monthly LW”all orders will meet with prompt attention. maid : BLACK BYE PEAS -Ju.it received ter tale by _Jet5 »«. PALMER. SON * CO. Sundries,—is hh.u Ba«n sides In do do Bhouldera an bare White Beana . SO dot. Broom* SO do Buakata, far rale by Jell_J. W. NtPE 8 CO. 1 AA HIILN. OLD DOMINION WHINE Y.— JLUV/ 100 kbu H. Angers Kye Wl laky 2.1 b.aket*Chaa. IMdaelek Win* SO boar* Claret *' SS bbla pore Virginia A pole Brandy I, ard Ja caaka French Brandy. e For sale by Jc*l___J W. NtPE * CO. id/tALBI. C til DA MUNOS, (Malabar) OUVF loOkegtB C. Sota (English| 200 boar* fresh Oil re Oil (crop of 1800) 2S eases fine Tonqua Beana. For tale by > DOVE 0 00.. J«14__ Wbeleaalf Druggtsta. LiLOUR. M. 800 bbb euperlor Family Flour, rariooa brands ISO “ luperfloe and croi* middling Flour, Just reeelred and for sale by BJsT_HCNT A JAMXA WILLIAM 8. M. COT. EDWARD MATHEWS McCOY A MATIIEWS, Virginia Tobacco Agents. 16 II>yne SI., Cliarlraton, S. C. * . REFERENCES. Mean. O'Hssa, Rons A fru»it. 1 “ Gsoaos W. WiLusna A Co., V Charles tern Jam* Baacaorr, Ja., Eaq., ) Jan. E. WjrtTi, Eaq., I a Enwitt A. Barra, K*q., Y Richmond. my2* TitoaW. Doaw*u,Eaq., 1 dAefim Ladies* dress coodhi '. • LADIES' DRESS GOODS I AT008TI AT COST I! AT COST I'! The mooth of Jane btlng at hand, and finding oar stock of Ladies’ Dress Goods to be cotmlderably larger than U detlrable, and, deelronl of giving • our friend* and ciutomer* the advantage of an entire new itoek o( Drees Goods at every leagon, h.etde* tuppltiog themselves 7 cheaply now, we have determined to eell from to day all onr Dree* , Good*, of *very description, from Rich bilk* to ordla*ry Lawn*, * daring the monih of June *t cost, and many etyle* of Anode, la preference to keeping them ever, greatly below coat. In (act, w* will m*kc * GREAT CLEARING OUT SALE. Will b* added, on arrleal of s'ranier from New Yo*k aa Monday Situ pc* n«al itjU.ncw dealgn, PRINTED LAWNS aaJ ORGANDIM —ju*t what everybody wants. Also, 2SU new it le Ladle** Wrapping*, conrletln* of Black Silk Mantle*, Lace Oloika, Lace Talmas, iturnou*, l ice IhawU, and which, on aceonnt of the latrneev of the sca-oe, will k* told *t nearly half the price* they sold for n arly a month ag*— A o*ll from all in wtatu rvapecthiUy r-q**at«d. J. MILLSUfR R BED. Je# IK Broad Str*tV l ‘