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BIO H 310 N D^vTh 1 Gt MONDAY MOBN1N4S, It PTSJIBEM II, 18B0. TO COHBE*P®NDBNT». ajdnmm to Uf' tutor of tta «f. T\*ua ~Uo/ Ume *n*h-u, to b* k»tmm to aU, *a/l mUl m aacat* <xiiyirtsd/ram. (Atiliiury MhCMIMMi - '^1 IOK PKKMDKNT. JOHN BELL, OP TSNNESBKK. IOK TICK PKWIDKNT. _ EDWARD EVERETT, or MASSACHCgrrre. ■UCTOB8. Pist. m. L. H. CHANDLER, of Norfolk City.' t TRAVIS H. EPES, of Nottoway, _ "r* « SX THOMAS BRl'CE, of Halifax. « 4th. JOHN T. THORNTON, of P. Edward. •• 6th. JAMES F. JOHNSON, of BedforX u ?th. MARMADUKK JOHNSON, of Richmond. « 1th. LF.MCF.L J. BOWDEN, of Williamsburg. “ 8th. JOSEPH CHRISTIAN, of Middlesex. « 9th. B. H. SHACKELFORD, of Fauquier, a loth. ANDREW E. KENNEDT, of Jefferson. •* • 11th. FRANCIS T. AN DERSON, of Rockbridge. \* 18th. W R. STAPLES, of Montgomery. « isth. WALTER PRESTON, ol Washington. « 14th. J. J. JACKSON. Jr., of Wood. *• 16th. A. B. CALDWELL, of Ohio. The Battle State* and the Chaut e#of the Con test The Duty of Northern Con*» rvatlvew. Wc take the following timely and suggestive extract from an able article in the New York //era/J of Friday: “The result* of the recent elections in the South, North auJ We^t ahow that the battle for the preservation ol the government from bands that would administer it on principles Jostruetive to every great interest in the land, and to the Union itself, must be fought in the great com mercial, manufacturing and mining States of New York, Sew Jersev and Pennsylvania. “These are the battle Stales of the confederation, and on the triumph of the conservative interests in them de pends the rolling beck of the exaggerated manias of sec tmi .ali-m end fanaticism which have grown into enor mous proportions in the opposing sections at either ex treme. In order that a clear view may be taken of the element* which the conservative leaders have at their disposition in the battle States, we have prepared the following table of the [lopular vote in them during the rnfiui'XWTUL atrcrios or 1836. . 'V.itti Oj'p^ntum. New York, - - * *7*.W7 320.432 Pennsylvania, • • * 147,31" 312.883 New Jersey, - 28,338 71,< 3S Total, - 432.735 7"4 425 Opposition majority in 1S56, - 231.67 1 Here we sec, that in the ex-ited and enthusiastic elec tion of 1836, when the p-r-onal popularity aud conser vative teudeucies of Fremont gave an immense impulse to the Republican partv, it obtained less than two-tilths of the popular vote hi the battle States, and that it car ried New Y'ork by a plurality only through the divi-iou ol its opponents, aud in the lace of a popular majority of 43,iw«> agiinst it. Si::.*- then, that party has had the advantage of four years of discipline aud drill, with a ro'iauully increasing population, with still greater divi Mon* among ita opponents, augmenting. its pn-rige and its number.*, and with constant success in the New Kug land and Northwestern States. From it* growth in these, we in iv toi m some idea ol :ts po--:*!e maximum i:: * reass* iu the battle States, where it inis had to contend with a more conservau.e sentiment than ui ei'bcr the extreme North or Fast. The following States have recently hi 1 election*, and we can therefore compare results with those of 1836 STATIC ttlCBffiS. .-IS*-- --VtP -vs. Rtpmkil limai- R ,.<Ml Opt<o* N,wH.s»|vk a. —Fti.»t» ««« *,4|J r«v i*. t. «,;*> *».*•'* * Bie l. Is *aA 7,14* 1* 2*3 RIM V,- wool at T‘7 11.71* U*'S*I 13 an Mtdw ».s-J ten »« “• 3'--" o.., *»,«<» Mi.i t-.m T„ut ..S'.i.lTB 217,110 25t'73 214470 Bepabhewa ais r i? M 1 *4*1 . .' BepsbUcaa major.'? In ISsi..' B- pa Jcca fain V> *wwr yesrr. ..67.114 From these result.* it will be seen that its gains have been nothing at all in the aggrecate, if we except th State of Connecticut, where the State eleetiiu of 1846 took place before the republican party was organized, and consequently our table euables it to show a gain iu that State of nearly «*,**hi votes. From these !ac‘* it wiH be seta that even in tbe extreme Northern anti Western State*, where black republicanism is most rife. t has rwallv gained nothii.g on the vote 1836. This bcirg the case, what result row we look for in the coming con test iu the battle States of the L'uioul It is obvious from the toregoc-g ficts and figures, that Black Repuhiicaaism is in a w of ol minority in these main battle States of New fork, Pennsylvania and New Jer sey. In 1836, just four years ago, th*re was a popular majority against tbe “irrepressible conflict.'’ in those States alone of two mxinutp attn rtrrr-ovx thocsami six hi xnain sat* *>vf.\Tv, Ci51.070)* That, through the folly, corruption, profligacy aud crime* of the pres ent Buchanan-Breckinridge Administration, the Republi can strength has somewhat increased in these three State" w.thin the last four years, we are prepared to believe.— But that there is still an overwhelming majority of the voters of those three States firmly and decidedly opposed *> Black Republ can ism, and conservative and national in their feelings and opinions, and who are now readv and williog to aid in the defeat of Lincoln and in the pre.-er vation of the Union, is a fact that cannot, we think, be disputed. And such being tbe fact—the gratifying and inspiring fact—why hi it, and how U it, that Lincoln may not be defeated, and d--!eited eisily’ What hinders* What obstacle stands iu the way ? TP esc are questions which the conservatives of the North should calmly look into, and look into at once.— A, for ourselves, we believe that the amty obstacle in the way of a union and concentration of the conservative vote of tbe three Slates referred to, and of all the North ern 3tates, upon n single electoral ticket in opposition to the Black Republican ticket, is the fact that the Breckin ridge meu.eouit -nanced aud aided by the Administration, with all its influence and patrmajrc, still persist in ruuniug a separate Breckinridge electoral ticket ’ If there were no Breckinridge electoral ticket b the field in any Northern Slate, and if ihe Administration would quit advising and driving iu office-holder* to keep such a ticket in the livid, there would be no doubt—not the shadow of a doubt—of .a a. *_J_..a awarwkmlmlliff lUf'Ilt flf 1.1 (14*01 D (lOt OTlIv in the three battle States of N'sw York, Pennsylvania ami New Jersey, but in at least half a doaeu or more of the other Northern States. But so long as a Breck.trridge electoral ticket is kept in the field in any Northern State, and so long as the AdminUtralioa employs its patronage and influence to uphold and sustain such a ticket, there by indirectly affording “aid sad comfort” to Lincoln and the Republican*, so loog will there exist a probable pros p -c". of tl a election of Lincolu and th- accession of a Black Republican A imiuietratioo. The on/y effect of running a Breckinridge • « torn! ticket in the Northern Statee is to a i I.ineolm and di-courage and perhaps defeat the const-r wativa fore* a of the Uu on. Wi k this fact boldly stating them in the face, will the friends cf Btacki r dge in the North, who profess to be conservative and national, and who profess to desire the defeat ol the Republican can tin date, longer coatic ue a Breckinridge «lector.il ticket in the ffald ? Will the friends of Breckinridge in the South longer encourage the keeping of a Breckinridge electoral tieket in the field in the Northern States ? Will not the honest and patriotic portion of the Breckinridge Democra cy, in both sections of the Union, frown down a policy so plainly tending to euaure the election of Liocoln and the prostration of the conservatives throughout the Repub l>c ? Upon our conservative friends of the North, and es pecially in the main buttle States of New Y'ork, Penn sylvania and New Jersey, in the present critical emer gency, a momentous and solemn reeyooaibility rests!— The election of Lincoln, if not followed by an immedi ate dmsolauoa of the Union, would shake the Confede racy to its vary centre, and increase the prevailing dis content to a most serious and alarming pitch. Some of the Southern States are filled with “bad, bold men,” who would instantly and eagerly seize upon the pretext of Lincoln's election to ‘'precipitate the South into revo lution,” and Heaven only knows with what success the SO—crvuivas in this section could resist their daring and infamous project! We know that an overwhelming ma jority of the people of the South, outside of some of the Gulf States, are now firmly and decidedly opposed to any extreme measures, on account of the mere elec tion of a R-puldican to the Presidency. But a revolu tion once begun on the pert of only two or three Statee, no man can toll how many other Statee, coneervative though they be, may be drawn into the fearful vortex It would indeed be a diScult thing for the combined conservatives of tbs South to resist successfully the tide of Secession and Disunion, when it has once set in'— We are no alarmist! We speak not thus, for the pur pose of uni r-**r'T alarm me our Northern fellow-citi aens. But wo utter these warnings in all calmness, and with a pure and patriotic intent. And we sincerely and earnestly hope that our conservative friends at the North will receive them with honest hearts, and with a full and determined purpose to accomplish the defeat of Lincoln, and thus avert the dire calamities of secession, revolu tion, and civil war! We cau give to our friends at the North the assurance that the Yancey-Breckinridge ticket will certainly be beat in almost every Southern State. AU we ask and all we desire, is for our conservative lellow-citixons at the North to stand by us in this dread extremity. What will it avail, though we should succeed in carrying nearly all the Southern States for Bell and Krerett, as we cer tainly shall do, it our brethren at the North fail to ob tain enough electoral votes in that section to ensure the defeat of Lincolu? We appeal to them all—we espe cially and urgently appeal to our conservative friends in the battle Stales of New York, Pennsylvania and New Jersey, to close up their ranks at once, and falter not in their t Oorts, until Lincoln and Black Republicanism are overwhelmingly and humiliatingly defeated ! Y’ou have it in your power to accomplish that patriotic and saving result. And let it be done—let it be done The Disunion Movement. We learn from the Fayetteville Obeerter, that the Bon. T. L. Clingman denounces as “ mean and base” any man h North Carolina who would hold otfi.-e under Lincoln if elected. Of course then, as the Observer goes ou to ob serve, Mr. Clingman is for disunion in that event. For if you shut up the Post-Offices and stop the mails, close the Federal Courts, and discontinue the performance of all the necessary duties under the Federal Government disunion follows: Mr. Rodman, Breckinridge Elector in the Newbern District, is out for disunion in case of Lin coln's election. The Breckiuridgo piper at Tarboro takes the same position. All through the South, we hear of Breckinridge men declaring for disunion in case of Lincoln's election, and at the same time declaring that Lincoln will certainly be elected. We should be sorry to see this if we had any idea that Lincoln will be elect ed. We do not believe he will be. The mauagers of the Breckinridge movement are doing their best to se cure that result; but the people will disappoint them.— Iu the mean ini * it would be much more to the credit of tiiese liro-cadug gentry if they would advocate dissolu tion wee. After the election, decided constitutionally, we are in honor bound to abide its results, aud wait for a cause of resistance. The constitutional election of no man constitute* that cause. Many of the Breckiuridge orators here in Virginia, are, also, out for Disunion in the event of Lincoln's election. Such we understand to be the position of Lieutenant Governor Montague, Attorney General Tucker, Hon. Willoughby Newton, Janies Lyons, Esq . Breckinridge elector for this district, aud many others. Will not the people open their eyes to these startling facts ? y|ai> yiectiuz la Washington County. There will be a miss meeting of tho friends of Bell and Everett a: Abingdon, next Monday, the 24th. Tue Abingdon Firyi»ia» says: We expect several eminent speakers, and a glorious time generally. Come out from your mountain homes, and spend one day for the great cause of the country.— Come out and bear Nelson, and perhaps Goggiu and ethers. We intend to make the day memorable with -perches, music aud bauners. Come, and have your h arts and minds carried h ick to the glorious dsvs of 1-40. and help roll on the ball. Everywhere our forces are armed for the struggle, and we must make a part of the grand army of patriot*. “If all tho poukers w»- expect, should be here, we will hive a ''protracted meeting.” “The Hon-. T. A. K. Nelson and W. L. Goggin will cer tniuly be here.” We rejoice to see that our friends in the Little Ten n- nee district—a district that did so gloriously for Gog gin last year—arc arousing from their lethargy, and putting on their armors for tlje fray. Let there be an ! overwhelming gathering at Abingdon on next Monday. We hop , al-o, thit similar meetings will be forthwith bold in evrrv county and neighborhood in the South-wc.-t a ;d that .b!e and effective speakers may be engaged to address the people. Our friends in the South-west have ust have been, thus far. as wide awake and zealous a* ti: j should have been. It is the only part of the State that seins not to be in goodly motion. Let ap» tl.v prevril no longer. But awake, arouse, and organize at once, and go earnestly and energetically to work!— Begin the work new, and proceed with it, steadily and ec tL ,-iv i illy, and roll up a larger majority for Bill and Everett than vou have ever giveu to auv candidate. On—on, with the work! .VIu*s yieettuz lu Alb maric. There will be a mass meeting of the friends of Bell and Ev. reit at Ch iriottesville ou the 2Jth and 26th ol lh“ pre-cat month, at which many distinguished speak ers will be present. The Mm of Friday says: Col. J. B K il lain, B. Johnson Barbour, Walter Pres to:, Ka!-igli T. Dll.id, Marina duke Johnson, Fernando K. Farrar, have promised to be present. We expect an unusually fine meeting, and invite the people of all parlies, from this, and the neighboring counties, to be present. We particularly invite our Breckinridge and Douglas friends to give us a hearing. They are accustotuei to Gov. Smith, Horace J Lacy, It. M. T. Hunter. Let them come and heir some real speeches—lh.it old war botse, Robert E. Scott, for example, or the fervid Pres ton, the incomparable Barbour, the missive Baldwin.— O'tr meeting will be an intelUctwil treat—speaking wor thy of the palmy diysof American oratory. We wi.ut the lade s also to begem the occasion with Iheirbright eyes. With their naturally fine instincts, they arc generally Bell men, and we solicit their pres ence. We join in the wish of onr friends of the /iVinVi* that there may be a glorious turn-out of the sovereigns on the occasion. We hope, too, that there will be a great revival, and.lhat great good may be done. Roll along the ball'. yf:t»a meeting la HarrUou County. There will be a M ess Meeting of the friends of Bell aud Everett at Clarksburg, in Harrison county, on Thursday, the 27th of this mouth. Many able speakers will be present aud address the people on the moment ous issues involved iu the present contest. Let there be a grand and enthusiastic coming together of tho friends of tho Constitution and the I'uion, on that occasion.— We wish our friends of Uarrisou and adjacent counties a pleasant and profitable time, at their Clarksburg de monstration ou the 27th. We wish we could be there to mingle and exchange greetings with them. We are glad to observe the unusual zeal and activity, which our Irieuds iu the North-west, and in the Ka nawha region, arc di playing iu behalf of the election of Bell anl Everett. Lot them keep the ball in con .if mi.'inn ami Ik chopfififf <iml rrUritina of themselves ou the fith of November! We shall look for u rousing majority for our candidates from the North-west! “Itoot-Hlackiug Forgeries.’* John T. Morgan, Esq., a Breckinridge Elector for the State at Urge in Alabama, made a speech the other day at Centerville, la which he is reported as not only de nouncing the Irish and Dutch as inimical to tho South, but as degrading them to a competition with boot-black ing negroes in their menial occupations! We quote from the Centerville Kuptirtr: “Mr. Morgan, in his speech ou last Saturday, was rath er severe ou the Irish and Germaus. He said they were all inclined to be lbfiublicans.and were opposed to slave ry, on account of tke nojroee coining in oppneition to them in blacking boots and doing other such services." Sou, that is particularly complimentary to the Irish and Dutch, whom the Breckinridge men here in Rich mond, are trying to wheedle and bamboozle into the support of their candidate 1 What say our Irish and German fellow-citizens of Richmoud to such denuncia tions on the part of the Breckinridge electors? ArknowIedtaraU. Our friends have beeu so kind to os recently that they keep us busy making our acknowledgments to them for their favors. We have now to acknowledge our indebt edness to our friends Yancey A Harrison for something exc< Uent,£delightful and sublime. They sent us, a few days ago, a bottle of first-chop champagne, aod a bottle of splendid old brandy, and a buudleof the best and most fragrant cigars wo have met with for an age! All these things did they send us, but alas! these luxuries have all departed, and the places that once knew them will know them no more forever. Yancey k Harrison have lately opened a new wholesale and retail grocery establishment, and, both being noble-hearted gentlemen, and clever fellows,and energetic business men, we are sure the pub lic will do well to give them a call. A Democratic K-prew-wtatlve oat lor Bell aud Everett. The Hoa. E. Ewing, Representative from the parish of Vermillion, Louisiana, and a Democrat, has written a let ter in answer to Hon. E. W. Fuller, defining his position. This letter ia published in the last number of the Yiri dional. Mr. Ewing is out aid out for Bell and Everett; ridicules the charges preferred against them by their op ponents ; and takes the only safe course which the na tional men in the South can take, vU; to stand by the Constitutional-!.'niou party. a The Work of “Precipitation ” It is announced that the Hon. William L. kanocyis going North on a political mission, and that ho intends to advocate the cause of Breckinridge and Lane in Bos ton, and other placee. Commenting upon this announce ment, the Columbus inquirer pertinently observes, “that every one knows that this cannot be with the ex pectation of carrying a single Northern electoral vote for Breckinridge—that thero is no State north of Penn sylvania in which he can possibly get one-fourth of even the Democratic vote. Then why does Mr. Yancey leave the Southern States, in which his sectional dootrincs are more popular, and in which Mr. Breckinridge has need of all the help he can get.aud make a political pilgrimage to a region in which he can effect nothing for the success of his own ticket ? It is apparent that voting for Breek inridge in the North will only enure to the benefit of Liucoln, and it Is equally to bo apprehended that Mr. Yancey's Tiolent sectionalism will drive Democrats of that region to the support of Lincoln—for, we take it, he is not the man to preach one doctriao at the South and another at the North. Important Letter. The Union Bell of the Parish of 8t. Mary publishes the annexed important letter, written by Dr. Stephen Duncan, of Natcbex, Mississippi—one among the richest men iu the South, and a large proprietor of real estate in Louisiana. The letter is addressed to his partner and agent, A. McWilliams, Esq., of 8t M\ry. We recom mend this important epistle to Southern men, and espe cially to planters: Saratoga Springs, N. Y., Aug. 15, I860. Dear SirIt is most strange to me that any cotton or sujmr planter should, for one moment, allow the thought of dteuninn to enter his mind; and yet there are too many—by far too many, I fear—who indulge in such thoughts. Auy man of sense and reflection cannot fail to see that, after disuuion, we would be in no better condi tion inanyonereepeet, and in almost all respects infinitely n orse. Our tuxes alone would consume more thau oue q tarter of our products; for, under a Southern republic, there would be no premium collected from imports, but all derived from direct taxation, and to an enormous extent. If Lincoln is olected, there will bo a strong effort to dis solve the I'uion in the extreme South, without waitmg to test him by his acts. This would be monstrous, in deed; yet there is great fear it will be attempted. It is the split iu the Democratic party, and consequent bitt r hatred and vindictive denunciation which no* pervade the course of both wings, that will secure the success of Bell and Everett in Louisiana. A party that has shown itself incapable of governing itself surelv ought not to lie trusted with the government of the couutrv. Nothing can prevent the election of Liucoln but the withdrawal of both Breckinridge and Douglas, or au uprising of the people such as there was iu 1840, In a determination to put down both parlies. There is much talk of a union of the three parties in this State (New York) and Pennsylvania to run one ticket oulv; this will carry the election into the House. It is conceded bv all that neither Breckinridge nor Doug las can be elected, and that neither of them can obuiu a majority in all the Southern States. Iu my opiuioo, there is hut one sale course, and that is, abolish all par ty names and party distinctions, ami the people unite ou Bell and Everett as union men. If they can be elec ted, we might feel at peace, quiet ana Harmony, wun a total cessation of all sectional feeling and strife for the next twenty years to come. And wiih such an assur ance, Southern property would immediately rise iu val ue. If there be no such assurance—if there be a pros pect of continued sectional strife—property most depre ciate: many men will be deterred from purchasing or in vesting in Southern securities by the apprehension of this continued sectional strife, and this continued threat of ditun ion. God aione knows what is to be the issue of this strife. If the Union is to he dittolred, /, for one, would he fur telling out my pottttsions immediately. STEPHEN DUNCAN. Venator Toomba on the Election of Lincoln. Hon Robert Toomba recently made an able speech at Columbus, Georgia, in which, speaking oi the encroach ments of the North upon the rights of the South, he said : “That bis peoplo might stand it if they choose ; he had boruc it until another “hair would break the camel's back and when, said the speaker, rising up to his full height, aud with an eloqueucc that shook the house with applause, “when the last di-grace and degradation shall be consummated by the election of a chief magistrate over the people whose inllueuceand power will be wield od agaiu-t the dearest rights of my section, and the sa cred guarantees of the constitution; when he shall stand at one end of the Capitol to take tho oath of ottice, then my commission as your representative iu the Senate is at an cud; then will I leturu it to those who honored mo with it; then I will come to my cousti'uentsand ask only one ollicc within their gif:; then I shall lie a candidate for the \V die House of the sovereign State of Georgia!" This declaration of the speaker was followed by loud cheers, applause aud waving of handkerchiefs that continued for some time. Senator Toombs has let the cat out of the wallet! lie announces himself, iu the event of Lincoln’s election, a candidate for "the While House" of the independent State of Georgia ! No doubt many other Southern Dem ocratic politicians arc looking anxiously to some Southern “White House” or other! Know ing their ohauooo arc gor.e for getting to the “White House” at Washington, they ate willing to wade through tho horrors of revolu tion aud civil war, if they can thereby occupy a “White House" somewhere else! What reckless demagogues and unscrupulous conspirators. Vlan Meetlns In Amelia. There will be a M iss Meeting of the friends of Bel' and Everett at “Preeles Church," in Amelia couutv, on Tuesday, the 2d day of October. A Barbecue will be served ou the occasion, and the people iu the adjoining counties are cordially invited to attend. Let the occa sion be a chccriug and a profitable one. Many distin guished speakers will be present. Keep the hell a ringing I ___ VILE OUTRAGE. To the Editors of the It V.iy : Seme hard-working mechanics, in the neighborhood ol Gamble’s Hill, a few nights ago, at some oxpeuse and much labor, raised a beautiful Bell and Everett polo on Gamble's Hill, and run up the Stars and Stripes. On S iturd.y night, some time after midnight, sonic scouu d els cut the pole down and stole the dag. The pole in fading broke iu several pieces. Please call attention to this sneaking, cowardly act, done by some wretch er wretches who would not be too good to apply the torch to your hip se at the dead of night Yours. HIS ARMOR ON. James H. Cox. E«q , tbo elector for Chesterfield spoke at Sussex C. H., last Thursday, riddling Yaueejism in a sensible, practical speech. He is surpassing every ex pectation of his friends wherever he is heard. VIRGINIA AND TENNESSEE RAILROAD. 7he 1 iith Annual dieting of the Stockholders of the Virginia and Teunessec Railroad commenced its session in this city yesterday morning. Ou motion of Mr! R. G. Morris, Mr. John M. Speed was appointed chairman, aud C. W. Christian, Alexander McDonald aud A. G. Pendleton, jr., Secretaries. , KVKSIVl SKSSIMN. The mcetiug assembled pursuant to adjournment. The Secretary proceeded to call the roll, when, after some delay, a quorum was found to be preseut, viz: 4/.tit* votes. Tho organization of the meeting bciug complete, Pre sident McDaniel was informed of the fact, when be ap peared and read his aunual report. It shows that the annual receipts for the post year were $7 in, 180 88; ex penses $492,629.34; neU earnings $347,S>67 64. Tho decrease on tounage East was 18 per cent., and the in crease ou the tonnage West 30 per cent. In closing his report, Mr. McDaniel declined a ro-electioD, and grate fully returned his acknowledgments to the Stockholders lor me confluence repnara hi nim, anu uoro icsumouy to the fidelity of those connected with hint iu the man agement of the affairs of the Road. The report of the General Superintendent was then read by the Secretary. It shows that the number of passengers conveyed over the road during the year was 1 lo,48'.'—a large increase over the Dumber of the previ ous year.—Lynchburg Virginian. The Dong:as State Central Coinniittco were in secret session all day Friday at the St. Nicholas Hotel, N. Y., considering the important subject of fusion. Messrs. Wood and I.tfin made an official report in regard to their negotiations with the Breckinridge Committee, and offered a resolution agreeing with the ultimatum propo sition qf the committee. The resolution was voted down by a vote of seven to five. Subsequently the National Democratic Volunteers made overtures to the commit tee, asking ten electors' names, to be taken from the present Brockinrideo electoral ticket, and one-half of the State ticket. Before considering the proposition the committee appointed a sub committee, consisting of Richmond, Caggcr, and Hubbard, with power to fill any vacancies that might occur in the electoral ticket, and adjourned sine die. _ News from Liverpool to Sept. 5 says:—The confusion in the affairs of Naples is increasing. The “Annexa tionist Committee” received a dr.-patch from Garibaldi, on the 3d, stating that ho would be at Naples on or about the 8th ins'., and would assume the Dictatorship of the Two Sicilies in the name of King Victor Emman uel. Count de Persigny has made another speech, im plying that Napoleon has done nothing more than to maintain the Pope’s throne, and would not help General Lamoriciere to keep the Roman States. It is reported that the Druses defeated a detachment of the French forces in Lebanon. The Prince of Wales reached the Clifton House, Ni agara Falls, at t) o'clock on Friday evening. At Fort Erie a troop of American cavalry acted as his escort.— Fort Porter also gave them a salute. The telegraph in timates some trouble growing out of tbe impertiuence of certain New York reporters, who insisted upon crowding themselves iu with tho royal party on board the steamer. POLITICAL ROW IN PHILADELPHIA. Philadklpiua, Sept. 15.—Xhe Bell aiid Everett meet ing held here last night, in the First Congressional Dis trict was interrupted by Republican clubs who marched through the crowd. A fight ensued, and atones and pis tols wero freely used. The meeliug was finally dispersed, and nine rioters, were arrested. No one was seriously injured as far aa known. DEPARTURES FOR UROPE. Niw Yoax, Sept. 15.—Tho steamship Fulton, for Hsvre via Southampton sailed at noon to-day with 85 passengers and $440,000 in specie. The City of Win chester left at the same time for Liverpool via (jueens* town, with 140 passenger! and $112,000 in specie. Listen to *h» Counsels of Wnohln^ton. JoCer “ son suit Jack sou. HEAD! YE DISUNIONIST3. The unltv of government which constitute* you one JMS nowdear to you. It is justly so; for it is a umin pillsr in tho edifioc of your real independence, the support of vour tranquility at home, your peace abroad, of^vour safety, ofyo.tr prosperity, of that very liberty which von so" highly prize But, as is easy to foresee that from different causes, and from d.fferent quarter*, much Dains will betaken, many artifices employed to weaken in your minds the conviction of this truth-.* this is the Mint in your political fortress against which the batte ries of internal and eiternal enetniea will be moat con atantlv and actively (though often covertly and lusidioua 1 vl directed_it is of iufinito moment that you should prop erly estimate the immense value of your natioual union to vour collective aud individual happiness; that you should cherish a cordial, habitual aud immovable attachment to it, accustoming yourselves to think and to speak or it as a palladium of Tour political safety and prosperity; watching for its preservation with jealous anxiety; dis countenancing whatever may suggest oven a suspicion that it can in any event be abandoned; and indignantly frown ing upon the first dawning of every attempt to alienate auy porliou of our country from tho rest, or to enfeeble the sacred ties which uow link togethe^a^yaHnu^parU The lessons contained in this invaluable legacy of Washington to his countrymen, should be cherished in the heart of every citizen to the latest generation; and, perhaps, at no period of time could they be more use fully remembered than at the present moment. For when we look upon the scenes that are passing around us, and dwell upon the pages of his parting address, bis paternal counsels would seem to be, uot merely the off spring ol wisdom and foresight, but the voice of prophe cy foretelling event and warning us of the evil to come. —JACKSON. ,, , t If there be anv among us who would wish to DIS SOLVE this UNION, or to change its republican form, let them stand undisguised as monuments of the safety with which error of opinion mav be tolerated, where reason is left free to combat it.—JEFFERSON. If the UNION is once sevxued, the line of separation will grow wider and wider, aud tho controversies which aro now debated and settled in the halls of legislation, will then be tried in vieids or iiaitle, and determined by the Sword.—JACKSON. Wo must have patience and long endurance then, with our brethren while under delusion. Give them time for r. flee.ion and experience of cousequenoes, keep ourselves in a situation to profit by the chapter of accidents—and separate from our companions only when the sole alter natives left, are tho dissolution of our Uuiou with them, or submission to a government without limitation of power?.—JEFFERSON. Leave vour friend* and eland by your country !— JACKSON. 'J/te Union: It muet be preecrved!—J ACKSON. SHOCKING RAILROAD ACCIDKNTw-FIVE PASSEN GERS KILLED—TWENTY-FIVE WOUNDED. Chicago, Sept. 15.—The 4:50 P. M., passenger train from Racine to Freeport, was run into last night at Del avan, Wisconsin, by a freight train which had tlagged from Raciue. Five passengers were killed and twenty-five wounded, some it is feared fatally. At the time the train left, the names of the killed and wounded were not ascertained. The fonrral of tin. M. A II (MILTON, wife of Amoroso l)»rl too, will take place from 8L I’aul'i Church thW (Monday) evening Gardner an 1 Win H. Hubbard are respectfully Invited to Attend. At a meeting of 44F" Company, lit Uegiment Va. Volunteer*, hel l at Military Hall. Richmond, Sept. 4, HtJU. The committee to whom the HUbjtfCt ha* been referred, consisting of IJeut Caenthaw, 8crgt ftoblitMon, and Frlvatc* Peter I yons, John W. Greene and Maxwell T. Clarke, reported the following preamble and rciolu IIomm which were adopted unanimously : IfAs/xii. Ou the occasion of our late visit to the White Sulphur Springs, th-re was displayed towards us a spirit of friendliness and courtesy from bodies of men and Individual*, which des-.rves a public manifestation of our s-nse thereof: therefore he It /iVso/red, That we Under to our brother vo uuteersof the lit Regiment A Company, Capt. KUic.lt, II Company, Capt. Randolph, and I C mpany. Cant. kUrris, and to the Governor's Mounted Guard, Capt. Cab II our acknowledgment for their complimentary r* n t on the evriilug of our departure from the c ty, and tlist we co dially hail and warmly reciprocate the fraternal spirit exhibited by them. g«| That we return our thanks to the White Sulphur Springs Com pany for thslr polite invitation to thxt abode of health and pica s.re, and to the officers end agents generally, but esptcia ly to the r distinguished President, th • lion raid- Jeremiah Morton, and to * li able and accomplish d awls’*’ t«, Capt J. 11 "wphrryi and M i sHa.it ', and-Taylor, hr their urbane attention and amid" nous efforts promote *»ur comfort and enjoyment whilst Ibt re. ;tit. That f r the present, and until w« c *n make a more suitable return, we express to the military of t taunt u. under Capt*. fin o den and Bailor, our high appreciation of the g nernuxand ample provision they made f r our wants on the eight of our return. We det-ply regret hav as been unaMe to accept their kind Invilatlou to stay longer In the r boepltable city. 4 h To ths diiiens of Lewisburg, we have to express our ac knowledgments for their battering invitation to visit their town, ami oar regret* that clrrumstano * compelled u* to decline It. ftth. That to Th >iu :■ Dodanicad, the gentlemauly and accommo dating Huperlntcsdent cf the Virginia Central Railroad, and to Cap* *datony, the p lite and attentive conductor of the trains used by i s, our thanks arc also due for >h ir provision hr, and at tention to, our safe and comfortable transportation orer their road. fith. That we return our a-knowWgment*to the proprietors of th- Whig, Dispatch and Sxam’ner. for their courtesy In supplying us while absent, with the daily editions of their respective paper*. 7th. Ihal he for* gong resoluti ns be published In the Whig, Dispatch an l Examiner, and that copies of thvm be sent to the Honorable J. Morton, Capt*. lutboden and llaylor, ana to the Mayor of Lvwbburjr. Extract from the Minute*. R. MILTON CART, Chairman. W. A. JENKINS, Secretary._ SEW HOODS!! NEW HOODS!!! WE Mrs now lu receipt Ot our FALL G001*4, • <»nrUt'nn »f • fnll assort n.r.t of every thug required fir Ladies, Gentlemen. Children and Rcrv ants fill an I winter Obthinx Our stock Is •a ger than ever b-fore; bought with great care of the best heutes h New York, and we think it will be found worthy the atUmion of all buyers With as good advantages In buying hi any house in Richmond has, we arc eonfllcnt of an ability to tffer as great bsrgans to our customers as they will Had elsewhere. seif_ C1IILL8 A C1IENKRY. HOI Gli rON KtRLY WHEAT*—In store, far sale sc ; M “V A BASICBB\ILL! IMCBBA “B'’ AND MCW COFFEE SUGAR*— 1isoi7 _fo vale by UvCO^ a BA4KEKVILLE. I > ACO.N*—t9 hhds. prime Bacon Sides, J > 10 hhds. 44 " Bhculdert. s<17_ _For sale by fc H. 8KISKER A CO. FA 1*1* TRADE, I SCO. JAMES WOODHOUSE & CO., Bookarllera, Stationers, and Dmlm In I’lA.VO FuRTfiS, GUITARS, V10 (BBBSBI Li.\s, MU8IC, Kc.y f£W iff iD 139 Main Strut, Kichmond, Va., 1>K1 leave to call the attention cf the public to I heir stock of I > Goods, which, already, one cl the largest In the Stale, lu th- lrllne of budnesa, they are uow Increasing by fresh supplies, which wiil make It complete In every department, and well worthy the attention of bujers. They especially invite an examination from the country mer chants, confidently believing that they are able to supply their wants to their entire satisfaction Tii-v can furni-h fronitr elr Honk-Bindery and l*T*tntl f«ti lory every description of Blank and Memorandum BOOM, ai i at Ijw prices Their Ware-Rooms are constantly supplied with a large assort* Bi. ni of PI AMO FORTLM of the very best manufacture, which they are willing to sell on reasonable ♦erms. Orders arc respectfully solicited and will be promptly and faith fully attended to. JAMIM WOODIIOIMK A 00. p ^ —They have recently published a new wor‘ by an able and distinguish* d cittsen of Virginia-The Lost Frluclple— addressed especially to the young men of the South, but which I as been fa orablv received by the reading public everywhere. "Amidst the sensation novels and fro*hy literature of theNlne t'en'h century, It Is refreshing to tee, Issuing from the press, <ms dthrr.idde of Uie Atlantic,* w«.rk so full of bold and or glnal thought, hut espedaby^o when such a work comes from a Mrgiolau and is la Virginia find published to the world. 8uch Is the‘Last Princi ple', by Itarbarossa.—/tuAmirtuI Kftuniutr_sell UV THE HOVEKNOIC. A PROCLAMATION. W II ERISA N, vtcancie* have occurre*! In the Senate of Vir ginia by the death of Alexander Junes,Senator from the Eighth District composed >4 the counties of Powhatan, Cumberland and Chcsleifield, sod by the rc«lg.**tUm af Wi liam Knight, Senator fur the Nln'h District composed of the counties ol Lunenburg, Nottoway and Frln e Edwar*l. and cf R. L. T. Deals, Senator f**r th«* Twentieth Gist Get con posed of the mantles of Richmond, Lancaster, Northumberland and Weitmor.-land, and also by the death of Don Fedro Taylor, member of the House oT Delegates for the Election District compos-d of th- counUt.* of Amelia and Nottoway, and by the rr-igmtions of Thomas II. Tu'.wllcr, Dele gate from tie county of F uvanna, and Wm. A. Hurwell, Delegate from th- county of Fatrlck. Now, therefore, I, John Letcher Gov ernor of the Commonwealth of Yirgtnlnia, have thought proper by writs of election Issued and directed pursuant law, to re quire an election to he held In each county composing ■aid Senatorial Districts at the several place** of voting tlirru in accortung fO l*w, l«r * WWW ' wii umrui, HUM III n»» rutniier an election to be held In the Election District* of Ame lia and Nottoway and In the counties i f Fluvanna and of Patrick, for mtinbe’* of the House of Delegates l> supply the vacancl*-* aforesaid ; the said elections to be held respectively on the SEVEN TEENTH day of OCCODER next Given under ny band as Governor, under the Lets Seal of the i n*1“~ i of the Common wealth, at Richmond, 'hi* 14th day 1 L.& f of September ISM. JOHN LEiCllER, ltv th*i G >vernor : Gbobok W. Mi xroan, Sec’y of the Commonwealth. ■« IT—dtde FOR ROT OR LEASE. THE 1 .ofi* over the Slore of the .ub»eriber No. 147 Main 8trc*t, Kagle 8<pi*re. comprising the 2nd, Ud nod 4th utortei The .econd nod inltdHour, from 2ft feet, running bark 167 feet to a *n foot alley. Thete room* have an entrance frost and rear, with holil tray at tacked—are pght anil nlry, ami are admirably adapted for Whole sale Notion, or Fancy Qjod.' huitncM. For term*, Ac., apply to the aubictlher. JO IN T. GHAT, Drug, I it, ie IS—d2w_No. 147 Main at. TOE BELL ASD EVERETT CAMPAIGN SONGSTER, CANTAINING a large collection of origin tl and aelectid Na tional and Patriotic Song, at run. by the Constitutional Glee Cluba, Price 12 cents. Copies null'd post-paid on receipt of the price Agent* and 1 Bell and Everett Associations supplied at s liberal discount. Addnss A. WaNCH, 320 Chesaut Street, selS wlm Philadelphia. IS da HARDWARE. I860. atiiTii.-.Kaouits *;co.. IMCOSTKXS ABD JOBUBaS OF HARDWARE) 4 CUTLERY, GUJft. |SADDLERY, 8u- , kc., 2‘J Pearl Street, KK IITIOND, 'VIHGIMA, HAVI now In Ft'rr their Fall Block of Goods.lmported direct In *.• this port p*r ship ‘Susan Hlnks.” Their Domeitio Goods purchase I direct from the manufacturers upon the best term* and embraclog an exttr slvc and unusual variety of Shelf and Heavy Goods, all of which we ©Her to the trade of Virginia, North Caroli na and Tennesiee, In competition with any regular houses In our trade here, or In any of the Northern cities. Oar long experience hus'n«*s has g-Vtiiui great advantages In the selection of our Stock, knowing the wan's i f the trade of our own, and neighboring States. And we wo*.M r« ■pectfol y Invite the attention of Merchants and Saddler* visiting tils market In pursuit of Stock, to call and exam ine for thmirelves. In addition to a regular stock of Hardware Goods, we keep on hand SADDLERY, HARDWARE, TOOLS. Ac., as follows : Saddle*, Bridlcx, Collar*, Saddle Trees, Hog Skins, Lining Skin*. Saddlery Hair, Whips, patent and enamelled Leather Haim*. Buckle*, Stirrups. Bills, Blank* ts. Girths, Webbing, Horn- and Mule Shoes, Horse Nall*, Axes, Ax.cs. ALSO, The celebrated ANCHOR BOLTING CLOTH, assorted numbers. SOplT_ _SMITH, RHODES A CO._ JULES ROHFV A CO. ( OGIVAL. THE ondciulned having been appo’nt-d SOU agenU In thia city for the sal. of tin- above old and well known brand of Cog me Brandy, to call the at entim of the trad, to tbs very •uperlor quvlliy of thU article, which they offer for ial« from BoaOKii Wausiiotvai, and to arrive direct. They now offer far laic a .hlpmvnt, a part of which I. of the rlntagt of IH.. 1.17-9m 1. 4 B. PAVBNPOBT. | TBLBOKA1CS. FROM THE WEST. Fort 8mith, Sfpt 16.—The Ovcrlaml California Mail lo tbo 27th, haAari Ived. A party of Mexican Guerrillas recently invaded Texas, stealing s number of mules be longing to the Overland Mail. It la reported that the In dians of New Mexico have renewed hostilities. The mail bound from Mrrilla to Sfnta Fe was attacked by the Navajo*, and the conductor and driver killed, and the mail coach destroyed. Four hundred government mules for Fort Craig were stolen by the Indians. MARKETS. Bsmuoas, Sept IS.—flour cloud steady and with Urge taler, Howard ureet and Ohio $*>. When cloud dull and f®ll)c lower, Bed Lexis 1.40; white 1.85®t.63. Corn rioted dull end heavy; while 6bO?ic; yellow 69 is tic l-rovlelooe cloud quiet; Meet Pork 19 7.\ pilme SI5. Laid doted steady at l<5gc. Coffee cloud Arm at U®1.V. Wldakey hu declined Xc. elating atiSc. New Yoax, Sept. IS --flour la unietlled and 10®lSc lower, State 6J..Vi®:> 6n-t Ohio Sf. 9P®6.tO; Southern 6MIA®8 M. Wheat It no leitlru and hu declined 9® te. Corn bu declined 1e; kilted 66® CCtsc. Provlelone are eteady hut quiet Whleky le heavy at Me, Slot k i are better. Virginia fi’l IW; Missouri 8’* Mlfg ROE WARD feXECUe ■t*2i T1VK COMMITTEE —A regular meeting of Uile com miltee will be held at Saunder'a Hall, on Tuesday evening next, at k o’clock. All of the membert are requested to be preient,u bu elneu of Importance will be before the meeting. The membert of the Committee as enlarged are as fellows: D. J. Saunders, Dr. Blair llurwell, Oeorge IV. Royeter, T. C. Eppe, John A. (iluebrook, J W. Walker, P J. Wright, Junta R. FDh.r, John T SublctLJohn O. Chllce, R 8. tllaxebrook. R T. Teylor. Joe. F Powell. Oeorge W. 8m th, Win. J Eppe, Fleming Griffin, Wm. 8. Phillips, Charles Batee, Thomss H. Quarlee, John M. Murray, B. M. Quarles, Chat U. Powell. Oeorge W. H Tjler, Wm. H 0. Lump kin, A. Nowlan. J W. Beveridge, Thomaa Barham, M. lllalr, J. 1. Appereon, H. K. Fliyeon, Wm. A. Charters, B. F. Walker, B. F. Juoee. Oeorge 1>. Pleisants, A. I*. Fox. P. H. Montaguo. Jemal A. Mahone, P. M. Cocke, John N Moniigue, Anton Heine, WilUam B. Tenner, IVillUm F. Taylor, C. R llarkidale, A. F. Denny, John Hooker, II P Edmond, Sam i B Raglund.il W Elmore.Jlo Pet lice. Dr. Rob’t Archer, Jamee W. Archer, Adol Tyree, Win. Tyree, J >hn IV, Servay, George K. Crutch ft rid, Jr, Joha J. King, Oeorge Grill, Jacob Greenhaam, Joeeph Uoldsmtth. Dr. P. W. Brown, B. P. Hhepperton, K C. Minor, George Minor, B. P. Cocke, L. Bedford. Alexander (Urrett, Gl-ieon Ragland, Calvin l.lpi comb, N. C. Lips -mb, Jamee Phillips, D. W. Saunders, P. U. Hov. John L. SUnt, N. D. Ha dgrove, Jefferton H. Stan ley, Washington Griffin, Wm. Panolll 0. H. Barksdale, John D. Quartet, Griffin II. Davenport, James F. Tyree, Wm. RutherFoord, Rob’t 11. Crump, John E. Shepherd, C. W. Saundert, R. H. Norvell, Charles E Anurrson Wdliam G. anger, David Creighton, K. Claton, R. II. llaiclop, D. e Wilght, Hr, Th’mas Samp-on, S. T llulta. Jas O. Howard. John IV. Kelley. F. Stevenson, Gideon J*-»ls, Charles T. Worihara, James May, James Patterson, GeorgeIV. Lambert PrangChildren, H. L. Kent, William L. Maul*, George W. Eaves, L. I- Ba nes, Thomas J. Beale. Reuben Smith, Horace Breeden, Rulurhmlth, An IV. Consul, John M Kimbrough, Fred Hobson. eels—St _ DAVID J. 8A1’NDKR8, Clirn’n. The principal opthe mouthehn pe MALE INSTITLTR at Richmond Va , withes lo employ an addiilonal u> i.taol A Master of Arts, or a graduate In most of tqe echo- Is of the I'nlverslty of Virginia preferred To a men of experience, well recommended, a salary of (lX-h) will be paid. Address D. LEE POWELL, Box SI. •elk—dlw Richmond, Va. HEAD .'HEAD!! REID!!! THREE CENTS WEEKLY. PR for (very family.—The Beet of (very'hlng. THE HOUSEHOLD JOURNAL or Information, Amusement and Domestic Economy. The best ami Cheaocft Journal ever puhlltlied, ceulalns every Week: POFTRY. TALES OF FACT AND FICTION. ESSAYS. MOURAPHY. HISTORY AND TRAVEL. CHESS. PUZZLES, ENIGMAS, Ac. SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH. THE FINE ARTS. THE DRAMA. MUSICAL PIECES. LEADERS ON CURRENT EVENTS. GARDENING AND HORTICULTURE. RECUPES FOR THE FAMILY. RECIPES FOR THE WORKSHOP. NEW INTENTIONS. NOTES AND MEMORANDA. WIT AND HUMOR. LITERARY EXTRACTS THE BEST LESSON: IN GERMAN AND FRENCH, WEEKLY. ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. SIXTEEN PAGES. FIFTY COLUMNS. SPECIAL EDITORS FOR EVERY DEPARTMENT, Forming a gal.iy of Uleut combine J In one Journal, an equated In the annala of periodical literature. TRY ONE NUMBER, and SATISFY YOURSELF, That It li the hett Paper FOR OLD AND YOUNG BKADIR8 Ever published. 13V- Published In New York every week, at Three Cents Wesk ly, by A. UARTUILL A CO , 20 North William st. the Trade supplied by ROSS ATOUSEY, DEXTER AOOMPANY, or any of the Wholnale Sews Agtncy Hemes._sell—It /S CUFFKIi M-GAk*.—T» bbl«. landing for sale by I ) >,.;y _LKWH WEBB A JOHN G. WADE. FALL AND WINTER SALKS. POULIGX AND BOMESriC DHY GOODS. BREEDEN 4 FOX, 1217 Broad. Street, WILL open on Monday, 17:h Scr-tembe*. thdr Kali Stock of (io.rda, embracing *11 the new ritsigfkt in Ladhs* Dress bilks, Printed Mou«dlnt*. Freorh nieriuots, Irirli Poplits, Yalentia«, Va lores, Ac, wi ll a full stock of plantation and housekeeping g >odj li . ring ti.ipoi t ti a part of oar Foreign (vood* direct, we think we can ofl>r cXtr* Inducement* to our city and or untry friend.-; ('I nk*. Mantles anti Shawls, > t the most fashionable styLs In Ytlve', ('loth, an i oth> r materials; CaepettloM, DruggeU and Hugs; A full stock In v«Ivel Taptslr.v; Mru-s h, a ply and Ingralu, all of which we shall offer on the most reasonable terms. BRKF.DKtf A FOX, se 18 _ 217 Broad m reel, ~i\ HIILft. KXTttA €..25 HIILft. CUT LOAF tlV/ r*ugar receiving, f^r tale by se IS _L<WI4 WEBB k JOHN 0. WADK. I/NBLIKH DAIKY CHEEIK- For sale by Mid *rl7 1. k (i. B. DAVKXBOET. Land in c ikolink for half.-win t« soi.i at the Reedy Store on Wednesday, the Hd day of October next,the tract of laid belonging to the estate • f Oeorge 9. Duval, <le:eosed. The tra~t consist* of 410 acres of land, well adapted to the usual crops i f this region. It Is supplied with a dwelling in tol r ble rep Ir, wl h barns and other outhouse* for tobacco, Ac. The location In regard to neighborhood, access to market*, 5c, I* also good. Mr. D. A, Ware, residing on Uie premises, will show the plac* to any one wl*. ing to examine It, Terms arc itr.mndxilng. TH08. L. SCOTT, •• 17—otiMJept Adm’r of (». 8. Duval, dec’d SILVFH-I’LA 1j;l> U AIIK.-Now opening from the manufacturers, a beautiful variety of— Silver Plated Coffee and Tea I rns. Silver Pitted Cake and Fruit baskets. Silver-Plated Castors, richly chased. Sliver Plated Walters of elegant design*. Silver-Plated Candlestick*. BHver-P.Atel Butter ihshei. N:\er-PliteJ Ice PP.cher*. Sllver-P ated Tea Set*. Silver-Plated Ooble'* and Cups. Sliver Dialed Spooo* and Forks. Together with other goods of piated ware, making oar assort imnt more complete than ever, and we cordially Invite the atten tion of the public to an examination of the same. For tale at the China Store of TlJOtL A. BL'LKLKY A CO , »e17 l:t7 Main *f»eeL 18(i0. FALL TRADE. 18(H). f |1HE subscribers won d call the attention of merchants and oth A ert to th- Ir largo an 1 well selected stock of Boon and Shots, of the btst •pialiiy, selected with great core from the beat manu facturers In Philadelphia, New York, and the Fast, with:* large amount of Woik of our own manufacture and Imported work ren der* c ur stock to the meichant. farmer or families one of the most devlrah'e to select from In the dt;. A call from ail iu want Is most re*| eel folly solicited by ALEXANDER HILL A CO., 1*7 Main Street, •cdft_ ._Blchmci.l, Va. IfINEIl \ It.—Id bbls. In store, for sale br T *clh_H U SKINKKR A CO. JAVAIf'OFPEK.—50 packets very superior Jar a Coffee, receiving Ui la morning, en eonilgnmtnl. Par sale by WM 8 ROYSTER, lc15—4t Cor. Cary and Y* Streets. lusher a iuepherdJ Jr WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DaCOOISTB, Have on hand, and are contlnaally receiving eoppllea of PRE8H anl RELIABLE MEDICINES, DRUGS, (.HEMTUAL*. PAINTS, OILS, which they offer to cash custom real very low ratee. ael4—‘Jut NEW BOOHS. THE nOTHEIMN'LAW.-i Uleof Dnmealic Ufa - Ity Mrs. Emms D. E. N Sonthworth. 2 Tola paper $1 OU. I yoL 12 mo. cloth. $1 25. Tin- Woman In While,—By Wilkie Collin*. 8 rols. Cloth SI Oft Nemo ala.—By Marlon Harland. 12 mo. cloth. $1 25. Hull slae.—8/ the author of-‘Beulah." $125. One and I'wcuty.—By the author of “Wlhlflower.” paper. 54) c. French, German. Latin and Italian Languif g.«, without a m.liter By A. II. Mootel-.h 12 mo. cloth. $1 25 Wood* >- nd Wisl-ra, or the Sarauak* and Racket. By Alfred B. 8 reet 12 mo doth $1 25 Jnck Hoprton, "r; the adventure* of a Georgian.—By Win. W. Turner. 12 mo. cloth. $1 0 *. Mill on the Fioaa.—Paper. 60c. Lore Me, Lt-uve me Not.—By Pierce Egan, Esq. Paper 6flc The Wood HailRora.—By Oapt. Mayne Raid. $1 25. Wild Life. By Crpt. Mayne Reid. $125. Anilt Ipiatlona of tlie Future —To serve as lewoni for the present lime. Per sale by GEO. T. BALDWIN, Bookseller, 84 Main Street, le14 Opposite 8l Charles Hotel. Guano, guano— 100 tons Peruvian Gnano, Son “ Kteee's Manipulated de. 150 “ Elide Island, 50 “ Sombrero, 50 “ darter Pemmaoe, 120 •• Giound Plaster. Por sale at liweat pricee, by sell—lm STOWES A BITES. STAMMERING CURED. DR. OOMSTOCK’S vocal gymnasium, philadelpaia.— T - Is InetltulloD which ha* been In successful operation for more than thirty years, la designed for the cure of Stammering and Defective articulation, and for Improrem -nt In Elocution — A class of Stammerers will commence on MONDAY, the t*th of Oc* tober Address A. COMSTOCK, M. D., No 60s Arch Street, Phila delphia.___telS-dht 1,1 OH LEATHER AND RUBBKB BELTING, r call at KNOWLES A WALPORD‘8, sol8__ *5? Main street. SELECT, CLASSICAL ASD COMMERCIAL SCHOdL. ON PKANKL1N BETWEEN 9TB AND #ni 8TS. EDWARD W. COMB, A. M.Principal. fftHE NINTH ANNUAL SESSION will commence on MONDAY, A September 17th. The services of thorough and well aecrsdlted Instructors In Mod ern Langusg-.s, Drawing, Ac., have been secured. For terms and particulars see circulars at the Book Store*. ael2—dtf__K W. CONE. THK BXt'ELSlOK NEEDLE Til BE A DER. Known as the best that ha* ever been made, can ba had now, from the manofac'.urer, at reduced prices, at 6d Chatham Street, New York. sole—entlSt P'LEHR. FLORI AC CLARKT.-60 bears Ploriac Claret In quart and pints. The beet Wine we hare seen as a moderate price lor tale, 1*1-2w BLAIR A OHAMBIRLAYXA j RANGE OF THERMO METER, AT J. W. RANDOLPH'S BOOKSTORE AND BLNDIRT, September IS, 18S0. 1o'clock. It o'clock. e o’clock f» doom: ta io 11 . Oct Doom : SI II 11 THE OXYGENATED BITTERN. Nature. In her great laboratory, (restored some remedy adapted to every disease which " Seth la heir to." But It require the Investigation and research of the philosopher to discover and apply this remedy. Such research and Investigation has suc ceeded la discovering s remedy for that moat afflictive dispensa tion, the DYNPBPSIA I With all Its lesser snd numerous evils; and U may be safely as serted that until the appearance or the qrygmaUd Bitten a caaa af Dyspepsia cured was La rare experience in medical practice — Now uoder Ihe Induenee of theae Bitters the rule Is to ours, the rare exception, failure to cure. Read the following, which the subscriber requests ns to publish for the benefit of the afflicted :— An obdurate anil Inveterate Caae of DYIPIP NIA CLAUD BY THE OXYGENATED BIT* TERS. Tabus, N. Y., Not. M, ISM. Messrs, g. W. Fowli A Co., Boston,— Tor seven years past 1 bars been afflicted, moat of the time se verely, w th Dyspepsia. It assumed the form of BiUoumitu, Utartbum and Oprtuinn aflrr Riling, accompanied wttii severe pains In the stomach and constipation of the bowels I tried many popular remedies without avail, when, about eighteen months since, having h-ard the OrgqrruiUd Bittern spoken of In hlsh terms I was induced to give the inedlolne a trial, If Indeed It could be called a trial, for It requir'd but one or two dosea to give Im mediate relief. For weeks after I would suffer no inconvenience from my old enemy, when another attack would give occasion for a small dose of the Bitters; snd by Iht use of leas than one bottle, I find myself effectually cured. I recommend It to all Dyspeptics with confidence, believing that If a fair trial of It Is made a permanent sure will be the ttsa'l You are at liberty to use this certificate in any way which will promote the sale of roar excellent remedy. Years, truly, H. A. BUMPUA Prepared by 8KTH W. FOWL* A CO., Boaton, and for sale at whole-ale snd retail by A DIE A ORAY, PURCELL. LADD A CO W. PETERSON, J. P. DUVAL, Richmond, and by all druggists and dealers In medicines In city and country._[au IS—dcAwlm jjr autumiT sales. A SUPERB ASSORTMENT. WATKINS* FICKLEN, wiikubaui sap aruiL pasutaa ta FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, IN MAIN ST , RICHMOND. Appreciating the liberal patronage of our friends, we would In form all scAo-’esufs am! rthU buyers that wa art racelvlng and opening our stock for AUTUMN AND H INTER SALES, which. In extent, rlchneea and varlttv, nrpataes that of any pre vious season. Having been purchased with more than ordinary c«re—chtetly of Ars/A-tii fs—we venture to assure the cloeeat but era that Ihe price, will compare favorably with th-se of any oth er house In this counl ry. The following are tome of the leading stylet: LADIES’ DRESS GOODS. Splendid Velvet Embroidered Black and Colored SILKB Brocade and Striped do lleavv Col'd Corded, Reft and Taffeta do Hegtnl Urey Grounds, with bright Retire* The heaviest and richest BLACK SILKS, for full dress and mourning Beautiful Plain and Brocade Grey and Black POPLINB VALENTI AS end VELONAS, very new and beautiful In all kinds of LAIHI8' DRESS GOODS—from Ihe cheapest to tiie most extensive fabric*—the neatest styles aud beat value for the price will he found. In KMUROIDKRIES and ELEGANT LACK GOODS, oar stock will be fono-1 very large snd complete, embracing some of the Sneet goods Imported lnt- the country In GV.NILEVIKN’S WEAR Cloths. Gatilmerrtt, aod Vettings; 81 k snd Woollen Vnderware; ILwIerv, Gloves, Collars. Cravats, and Shawls, llrlkfs, Ac. Everything for a complete outfit will he found. HOUSEKEEPING GOODS - Beet I-lorn and Cotton Bheetinet and Pillow Caalngs, Damasks, Towels, Huckaback*, Napkin*— at very I iw price*. lAUifci ash uhiaiii utuanu.111 Haring fltlcil up out or our largo rooms .specially for this <le pa'tmrnt, our raeliltloo to supply the wants of the trad# art great ly Increased. In all grs'lcs of Triset, Tapestry. F'Wls. and Ingrain CAR PKTS, and Plain and Figured HOCKING and FLOCK CLOTHS.Vel yrt and Tapestry RUG.- and MAT*, our stock Is rerr (Inc. Alto, Hr ratrltr. Worsted Damask, Muslin and Lacs CURTAINS. In fine and medium FI.ANNUL' IKIKII LINENS, WHITE CAMBRICS. CHECK MUSLINS, HRILI.ltNT**, BLKACIIKD LONG CLOTHS, anJ all superior 8TA LE GOODS, oar supply Is eery large and pri ces sery ow PLANTATION GOODS - Of Hoary Virginia Fulled Cloths, oil w'tl'hx; Kitra Henry Ucteys.Sttlnt Is. Blankets,Otnaburgs,Brown Shirting, Ac., a rety Urge stock, and offered at prices which will ■ «r are the pat onage or alL Some id these goods are ofsuperior qual ity, and d'fficult to fiod. CLOAKS, MANTLES & SHAWLS. This depar*meat we have greatly enlarged, and established, Id our own warehouse, A I'loak and Pi ntle Manufactory, under the superrltlrn of VI r. STKIDKH, whose taste and skill, as the head of one of II • Urgett estatdi-hra-tris In the coun trr, rurnUhes a guarantee or the stylo of garmenU we shall of fer. Splendid Velvet, Cloth end Silk CLOAKS, MANTILLAS and DUSTERS, will ho found at all times, at prices hitherto unequalled In Rich mond Our goodsVtre manufactured of the finest and most modem ma terials, after the latee' Ainerlean and Par's patterns Any special style of garment not found in oor stock, wdl bo made to order at a few hours'notice. To responsible buyers, ou. terms will be lib eral. We ask an opportunity to (ire the advantages promised above. HT TO MERCHANTS —Many of our goods ire adapted to the wants of wh I-sale boyer*. and cannot he found In exclusive Job bing-houses One of our firm, for many years engaged In the who’e sale trade, will be pleis-d to serve all Merc' ante who favor ns with ex-rain lion Anv goo '* we sell them, a-e guaranteed to he as low as the same quality can be bought In this city. sell WATKINS A PICKLKN. PKICC REDUCED STILL LOWER. To Close Out Om* Stork of DRY GOODS, ON THU 1 5 T II OF OCTOBIK. WE have marxed down nearly every article much below origin al coat. Wc have on hand a large flock of Mich l)rcm M;lks, marked down to 50 and 75 cti Id the d liar. El'giut s'ilk Rohe* coat for $V5 Ri li DeLaioe Kobe* a* |7 coat II and $ 14 Rich Printed Part* Prin:ed DeLalnce Y aiett.es, Poplins and elk Poulard* Large flock uol’d and B k Wool Shawl* Block Alpaccoa and Bombazine* Black rh*IUe« and all Wuol DcLalne* French Merino*. all color* B>j »uf an I Alexanders Kid Glove* at9«»c La lied »nd Muir s Ifotirrj Pwl** Muslin sad Cambric Sett* and Collar* at half price, for cash. PERKIN* 4 CO., •eft _14I Eagle Square, j Qp RICHMOND POTTERIES, Q? FOOT OF MAIS hTL’C&T, ROCKETTS, AND CORNER OF CARY AND 12TH STREETS, ItirilMOND, VA. KEESEE Ac PARR, PKOPRlklORB. THE subscribers respectfully l< form the merchant* of Virginia, North Carolina and Tenneuee, that they are manufacturing the beat quality of STONE-WARE, Which th*y will sell at the very loweat prices, tcitA a liberal dis count for cash, t tr All ware sold by ua will be delivered In any part of the City free of charge. TrtOft. w. EfHH, au2k___DAVID PARR. WII1TK GOODS.—We hare now In More, of our own Im port at on, a complete assortment of— White Cambrics and Jacjnttte Book and Mull Muslins Plain and Checked Nalnseok* Bishop's and Victoria Lawns PI sin and Dotted hwlss Muslin* Checked and striped Cambric* Bonnet C 3rd* Corded Dlusltiefl India TwU'a Pu-nltu e Dimities Ir.sh Uncos, of well known make* Linen T«ble Damasks Damask Table Cloths and Napkins, part of extra quality Towel* Doy.'lcs, 4<\, Ac , 4c All of which we offer to the trade at rerp lotr price*. si 15 KENT, PAINE 4 CO. BOI QI ET IPOHLKANSOB XX BOURBON** Mom fragrant perfume In use. TURF OIL— Warranted to cure horns and sore* of every kind. EXT PA Uhl R A BRAVA and UUCUU A speedy remedy for all diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder. DOVE'S RHEUM ATIC IIN1MENT — A sure reme ly fo- Rheumaliim. (Warranted.) WATER OF PKAHL8 Mon beautiful preparation for the Hair. Early bird - The mo*t certain Vermifuge b.fjre the pubUc. APPETIZER— 1 he best Tonic known. The abave for ■»!«• wholesale and retail by DOVE k CO , Wholesale Druggist*, No. W Main stre* t, Richmond. TARDY WILLIAMS” WHOLESALE bROGERS AM) COMMISSION M*RCHANTS, CORNER CARY AND 10TH SIREJCT8, HIGHMONn, VA ARE now receiving their Kail Fopplf of <«rocerles, to which the attention of Ca»h a' U prompt dealers are retfaeaied. To such thty arc disposed to sell at the lowest market rates. The/ now have In atore lot) hhda prime Porto Rico and Cuba Fugsrs •JOl) bM«. A. KxlmC. Crushed, Powdered, Granulated and Cat Loaf Fugsrs 20 boxes Loaf Sugars ,4*«o b l». N 0, Porto Rico and Muscovado Motanef 30U*s. English Island Molasses 100 bbls Orcherthansen'sFyrup 8“0 bags prime El * Coffee 200 bags Old Government Java do (very mperlor) 2«*00 kegs Old Dominion Nalls 1500 side* Folc Leather, good and good damaged 100 pkgs. Green and Iliaek Tea*, some very choice 2•**) boxes Adamantine and Tallow Candles 150 boxes Fosp 1300 lbs. Co'ton Yarns 800u reams wrapping, Letter and Cap Paper 100 kegs Lee’ Soda 5ft) boxes Window Glass 100 boxes Axes 800 dot. Buckets._*uS0 SHARPLESS BROTHERS, CORNER OF CHESTNCT AND STH f>T*., PHILADELPHIA la the tame square a. the CORTISSSTAL ASD «IRARD HOTSLS. A RE centtantly recelelng of their own Importation* all the new \ eat and richmt ttyle. of DRESS GOODS. Al.o, 8t.Ua, Crape, Broche and Parle 8HAWUL GLOVIS, HOBIRRY, SCARPS, PARASOLS and UMBRRLLAS, UNINS, MUSLINS and FURNISHING GOODS. ME* A*D BOl’S WEAR, IN GREAT VARIETY. ■eft—dBm COOK FOH8ALR.-W. hare for tale a young negro woman, aged 2H year., ah* la a Ne. 1 bread, meat and pal try cook, and rood waahtr and lroner. ° ’ ‘ PULLIAM k 00., Ancte., 1*13 -td* . Odd Fellow,’ Hall, Franklin St. WHISK V.—MO bbla ltojl- A Co., Strobe, Gold Medal, and ^brand, of W„ter. tVhltky.Jor .1, I NULLED CLOTH.—,V and t-< Fulled Clothe, of Virginia manufacture. A large and compleU ttock In .tor. and for •ale at low price*, by . _ Ml| KENT, PAINE A Oo. PL A H> LINNETS.—So cue**. , \ and 4 4 Plal.1 Lluaeyt, compriaint a fu 1 aaaorlment of all indet. Par tale by .*18 KENT, PAI NBA CO. N~ EW^TOKK EXTRA GOLDEN SVKUV.— For tale by MJSI. k 0 B, DATEWHORT. DICI.-S tea Froth, for .alo by ftM»l» LBWU WKBB k JOHN Q. WADI. TO THOSE WHO DOUBT THE EFFICACY OF ezehiel’m infallible; VIRGINIA * HAIR RESTORER. R«AD u>€ following certifir ite of your own townsman, a gen tleman well known to all. If thia Is not satisfactory, call at lbs Proprietor1!,« Main Street, and you cun see certificate from all sections of the Union: Riostuoao, July 10,1860. Mr. M. BukUl—Dtar Mr: I take peat pleaaura In Informing you that I have uaed three Bottles of your Hair Beatorer with great aavmracnou to arsur, my Ham m Gaowma ru».r; please ■end me half a doeen bottle*. Respectfully, JOHN 0. CHILES. Barru If noun, I Mounj, ALA., April Oth, HMD. | M. XuJHtl, Tag., Richmond—Otar Eir: Ton were to kind aa » present me, when a guest of our house, with a Bottle of your Hair Restorer, which has been exhausted for sereral days, and I have enquired In rain at roar agents In this city, day after day, to renew my supply. The trial of your Restorer, as far as my limited supply permitted me to Judge, 1* UWMLr sarmsacToer. I wish to gtre It a fair trial, and *111, therefore, thank you to send me half a doeen Bottles by Adam's Express; send Mil wtth the package, to be collected or delivery. Tour early compliance will very much oblige. Toon truly, a a PEAsa |V~Por sale by all Druggists In tha United State*. (W Price (1 per Bottlr. |W All orders mast be addressed to the Proprietor. R. EZEKIEL, 69 Mala Bt, jp!4— ** Richmond, Virginia. “ doctor martini s CATAMENIAL CORRECTOR!! HAS HAD A TEN KB HR TRIAL, WHICH SHOULD BE IUPPIOIENT TO GONVINCK EVE1V suryEnixo woman Of the Great value of the Catamenial Corrector!! a*d mat rr it wrruocr sxcsrrroi l?T TIIL BEST EEBICHE^ BEFORE THE PUBLIC POR ALL DI8ZA8E8 ARISING PROM IRREGULARITIES. CHRONIC OR NERVOUS DEBILITY, PALP TATION OF THE HEART, VERTIGO OR DIZZINESS, PAINS IN TUR KIDNEYS, PAINS IN THE SMALL OF THE BACK, PAINS UNDER Tn* RHOULDIIH, LOWNESS Of SPIRITS, LANGUOR AND NERVOUSNESS GENERALLY, DIFFICULT MENSTRUATION, : SUSPENDED MENSTRUATION, I OR CESSATION OF THE MENSES, • , AND an almuit endless variety of other diseases attendant on Irregularities superinduced br colds, hy over exertions, by a weak constitution, severe mental or physical labor. The simple • remedy for all le to get at the primary cause of the disease . re- * move It, and you aatlel nature to regulate. This can be dub* by * the great CATAMENAIL CORRECTOR; which has never failed to effect a cure when properly utrd, accord ing to direction!, and a fair trial giren It , It Is prepared from the recipe, on 1 under the personal supervis ion of a most skillful Phydtlan, who for o nnmbrr of years rerfln- . cd Us u«e to his private practice For the few years It has been ‘ before the pu< lie It has g .Ined for lUelf a posit en thet will soon, by : It, rspld Inercsse of popularity, place It at the head of all teme Iboae Above enumerate!, which loo often rn I In CO rTSXJ JN^PTIO IsT. for Mle by moil reepeeUble Drafgtrt. ihroogtioul the Inlon end * Cuudu. Price §1.00 per Botllc. I.firsc size §1.50 pci- ISottle. N. B,—When It hep pen* tint your llru/ytt h»* not the ertlcle, i th* money can be remitted dire t to u«, and If two or more bottles are ordered at one time, the mcoJcloe will be sent free of charge for transportation. pgr- Particular directions a« tou«e, Ac , scoompany earh bottle. Druggists can be supplied direct from our Laboratory, or by tend ing their ordets to IIARNE8 A PAhK, New York ; F. C WILLS A oo . New York ; 8 B HANCK, Baltimore, Md.. DyOTT J. Pkllad-lphla, Pa ; J. WRIGHT A CO., N*w Orleans, La ; JOHN D PARK, OtncicnsU, • H. H HAYS, Portland, Mr., Lhfo. Or to any respectable Wholtsals Druggists in New York or rhlla drip la. circulars with Trade Prices, Ac., for the Corrector ard our other medicines, sent free to Whole* le buyers. No Medicine placed on Ccnnolsston j.d i di:um; Geoertl Agent for the United States and Canadas. Jy4—lylf 10 Aim 81., New lork. CLASSICAL All) tlATIIE Sv^2 MATK’AL SCHOOL —Tb« dathw of Mr Wui. I>. Ptu art’s helm will be resumed on Monday, &4th Sept Taau*-Payable half In advance, $50. Greek, extra $10.— # French $$A Mr. fl.uart can be found at his residence, on Main Street, next door to the Edgemont licuse. seli—dim 4 VITIIM \ F0RTI,K INSTANT RELIEF and PKKMA- ^ AOl 11 ill A. MAN ENT CURE of this distressing complaint FEU DT’I BRONCHIAL CIGARETTES, Made by C. B. 8KYM0UE k 00.. 10? NASSAU STREW, N. T. Price »l per box; rent free by poet. FOR SALE AT ALL DRUQGIST8. may Jk—dAwlfflm rfrom Editor of Norfolk Herald.] BAREMVS PKEJIICN IIITTKRfl. THIS Is tLbe season winch these celebrated Bitters are mostly •ought afl-r, and possessing, as they d*. a wo Id-wide fame, It is hardly necessary to impress upon the mind of the Invalid their inestimable virtues. We have. In our social intercourse, heard hut one expression In their favor, and that is, whenever used they act like a charm and prove more efficacious than any iuedl< Inc that has ever been offered to the public. The maker of these Bitters uses no high!r wrought panegyrics or Aiming hand bills to fu ther the sale tf his Hitters, but simply throwing the article on Its own merit*, to be judged accordingly He does not, like all the quack stuff now In use. say that It will core all the Ills common to hu manity; but he stakes his reputation, that whenever taken accord ing to directions, It will cure Ague and Fever, Dyspepsia. H- we! Complaint, Cholera Morbus, Indigestion, flour fltomach, V?>n of A| p* id*—and all ulseases arising from torpidity of the Uver snd Inaction nf the digestive organs Thdr equal Is vet to be bad.— These BlUsrt cvn he hid or Messrs. ADlk A GRAY, PURCELL, * LADD A CO., and by all prominent Druggists In the city of Hlch m nd and elsewhere In Virginia and North Carolina Abo, hy C. STOTT A CO , Washington City, D. C.; OANBY GILPIN A CO.. Baltimore; B. A. FAUNE&rOCK A 00. Philadelphia, and BARNU A PARR, New York. Orders filled by addressing 1. BAKER, Proprietor. • Jane 13—dAe _ Richmond, Y®. FR0M~THK ACCOMPLISHED Virginia Authoress. M Her month la the fountain of rarture, The source from whence parity flows." Nostolx, Ytaoixu, July Jfith, lflfiO. Mwwk5. Dots A Co.—Dssa Bias: U.*E MY NAME at any time. In connection with yoor XX Ib>nr bon. Really worn* are Inadequate to express the high ap- * Srecia’lon I entertain of Us merits Its proper name should be Ne Plus Ultra." As a perfume it has no equal—the odor Is most * exquisite, and is retained lor several weeks on the handkerchief.— * Another great charm Is, it d ?*s n t stain the most delegate fabric of muslin For the Invalid, nothing Is more refreshing—one can fancy they were wandering In Fairy Powers, and holding c. uverte with Flora, while t nhallng the intoxicating perfume. The XX Bourbon Is not only deferring of a wide spread reputa tion; Its Inventors are entitled to the highest reward, In comb.nlng such a charming perfume. Vive U Bourbon MARTHA HAINRfl BUTT. A M , Jyfl-4f__. _ Norfolk. Virginia^ SPECIAL NOTICE.—7fi cent® to $1 SO will buy one of Graham's small stencils, for marking clothing with Ixdblabui Is*. Call and examine speci mens, or If yon live In the country, send for a sample, enclosing stamp. Also, every variety of Braude made to order A K. GRAHAM, Brand Cutler, seft—if_Next Door to the Columbian Hotel, Rich’d, V®. gr^i SPECIAL NOTICE—LADIES CHEAP 8TORK.—'The subscribers have on hand a varied assortment of Ladles Congress Lace Gaiters. Momwco and Kid Boots and Dusklns, which th»y are selling at much less than - first cost. All In waut of cheap Gaiters w!t! please call soon, at Jeflfl__ALEX. HILL A CO,111 Main ft, FALL TRADE. VIRGINIA merchants, ard merchants generally Foulh, la lay ing In their fail stock of s< rchandiie, shoo d not fa 1 to pur- # chase an abundant supply of Pemple’a litfailiMr Bi king Powder, the best and ram econora’cal pr.-parat! a . known for making ight, sweet and wholesome loaf bread, biscuits, l< It Is recommended by nnm*ro *s clt g-ns of dlffc-mt sec lions, and will ce?taln'y give sa lsfvct'on when used properly It Is entirely harm'e*s, being the product I n of a sclentlfl j Virginia p’ vriclan, and manufactured with great eare from lb* purest ma t.-riaL Merchants ran confidently recommend this article to their customers as the attar. JOHN W. GARLI'K, Manufacturer and Bob* Proprietor, &>'<1 by the Drugf'tts aid Grocer* geao-ally throjjtuut it* But*. ___ «el8 IMPORTANT TO ILL WHOKEEP HORSES, COtVS, SHEEP OR SWIVE. Thorley'H Food ibr Cattle, T>OSSES3ING a» It doc* the bitter aed medicinal properties ron I taioed In spriDg grass or other unripe heritage, is essential to berbuerou* animals, as It operates in stimulating the stomar*. and digestive organs to heaithly act.i.n This compound or • M 1 tu* nt for feeding cattle or seasonlig tiielr food, la computed pur. ly of vegetable matter, some of which Is highly 4 men lie, and for keep ing horses In good c million it Is unequalled. Plga fa* ten wl»b surprlaingrapidity op it, and their lle»h Lccreases In flavor and value. Thoae who keep rows wlli find great advantage la the In ere ,*ed quantity and the improved qutlity of thr m Ik daring It* use. AH animal* are bentflued by it. For sale onlv at BLAIR A RAKViri •clS—fit Granary and Feed Store, ter of Cary and I Ith M«. yOLt lttE 16 GRATTAh'N HEFORT, For sale by A M*»JU1B, BookselUr. The Pcwer of Rrliglon on the Mini. In R.tir. rn-nt, Afflciloo, and J at the Approach of Death ; by I ind.ey Murray. J too— M fherp..•.| 86 Raw Unions Herodotus. Volume 4 th. t M Cuba for Invalids. 16 The Dghtn Commaodme..t; by Cha;l a Reade. 16 The WildBporta of Ind a ; with remark* on the Breeding *uJ Rearing of Horace, and the Formation of fl ight Irregular Oavilry i by Capt. Htnry Bhakeapear. T8 Reminiscences of an Officer of Zouaves ; From the French... 1 ID % Fir lace, leather and belt hookn. call at_*el*_KNOWLES A WALIOBD S IM>K LINEN AND C4ITTON TRINES, call at 1 MIS___KNOWLES A WALFORD’A^ RC!H.*«Oenuinc high proof Kum, bb!a. and pipe*. For sale by _m13_I. AO. B. DAV1NFORT, HUGHES, DUPUY «V CBEDANGeT IMPORTERS OF FANCY GOODS, - . 341 Broadway, Nrw York, 341, Of fit to the Trade ft itrge, frtuh. end uaortaent ef PARU FANCY GOnDH, to which they wW recetre eon •teat eddltlooe by Me.men. dnrlat the eeteoa. A moo, their Mock moy be foaod nearly ell the New Style, ood foil llnee of Blit Bo.ii. O.ro, H.i. Ren .«n Coirrcaio, r.icy U.m Pill, * Gone* .id Ohi.wurn, Mjdu, Bklt Bccu.ce in , Oti.re, Gilt, Ac, Bilk W.tcw Goum, fin Pl.tedcw.io., Iw.wl Pl 10, Boreaio, G.otc. Done Bcttoos, P.oct Bn.ni hr.oL .od Gilt Jew BLOT. Bcnoi't A coo an bo mi, Ac., Ac., All of which they oBer to the Trade ot tne lowest market price* and Jr d—8mon the moot liberal term., C1UAHN.—5U.0UU Fine H.rano Cl*»n, of Torino, brands! jut Tecelred and for sole by YANCEY A HARRISON * Ml_*1* Kola Mreet_ GIJINNBm EXTRA STOUT. MI?"W. Oolnneae'e Mou’. hu beeo dlotin,el.h<d for m»ny yean pant by Its uniform and exeolkni qaalliy. lu a iror Is e,ree.ble, and fre. from tha bitter and u.plraaut lute of common Porter. It U recommended by Phyalda* for lu purity and Ita wholesome and Mrenythenlo, properUee. , 100 package., lor tala by W[ **1I_L A O. B. DAVENPOBt. ” Ml« W, W, W00U>tXMI,14th»yatk J ( G 1